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j The Salt Lake ferSTJsri:" Tedistesdat Mokottg-, Jtjke l, 1904:. 1 x
I Lfll SOUGHT
I'f MURDERER DEAD
Finis in Sneil Murder
Slayer Now Fills Unmarked
Grave in Heart Alaskan
Prospector and Miner Receives the
Dying1 Man's Confession and
Makes Story Public.
wtICTORIA, B. C, May 21. If the
j voluntary declaration of a dying
W man la to be believed finis has
been written to the historic Sneil
', a tragedy of fifteen years ago and Tas-
I tomA cott, the lone-fought murderer, sclf-
2'ffiir4. w, identified, having paid the penalty of
fl I 1 his crime ivith penitence and now fillinp
'lllivtff i an unmarked prave in the heart of the
r 111 3 Alaskan wilderness, whither he had
' "III if if fld for thG efL'acement of hip Indlvl
V X duality.
ja Philjp Robertson, a strictly reliable
) man, prospector and miner, received tlie
dying man's confession, and tells the
story simply and dramatically. Jobert
eon left the Klondyko capitaj, he says.
late last fall, in a small boat, bound
for the new placer grounds at'Fa'lr
banks. He reached a point near Dahl-nc-y
river, in a particularly desolate
and forbidding region, when the forldrn
walling of a dog surprised his ears. He
found the dog a half-starved ehepherd,
peemingly in much distress. Following
this animal Robertson was brought to
a seemingly deserted cabin some 400
yards above the river, concealed in a
clump of spruce.
Found Dying Man.
"I ventured to the door of the shack
and knocked," says Robertson, "and
there was a feeble 'come In.' All was
darkness inside and there was- no sign
of a fire. I caught sight of a bit of
candle on the table, which I lighted,
and then advanced to where a man lay.
With a feeble effort he turned and
."tared at me, for a full minute. Then
he- said: 'Are you an officer?'
"The question amazed me a bit. 'Is'o,'
I said. 'I am a miner and if there is
anything I can do for you I want to
eH "I soon had a fire going and again
'jV approached the bed. The man's hair
was white as snow, his face had a livid1
loHL color In it that looked like death and
:iif lie had the most terrified and hopeless
'iJHhl expression I have ever seen on a hu-
nflw " 'Partner.' he said, finally, rolling
over on his side', and little more than
Ml, whispering, 'I'm leaving a. world that
nW I did not appreciate. I'm going to
ryflB whee I belong.'
,gjMff "Ho lapsed into silence again and
3flkt what I thought was sleep came over
InBfiTl llIm" Tu" nours Passed and lie sudden-
OWIl - ly wakened with a shriek and then
ieBfi f" sank bnck ln bei1' In a few mlnutes he
gave another wild scream and stralght-
lnfl , onea up in uedi Then in a voice you
iy would think only came from igood
fli strong men he said:
jfl Confesses His Crime.
''IB ' " 'See here, boys, my name Is Tas-
jB cott. I'm Tascott. Do you understand?
nca j-m Tascott that they have been hunt-
VSM "Ins- They've been hunting like a volf
"IB ' for years. I can't run any more. I'm
lCM getting paid for what I did. I know I'm
Si dying and I know where I'll go. Tell
i VK the boys when they come back that I
evBft am Tascott and you can tell the world.
M 1 'j0' for v' orl 'ias nunted nic a lono
"Alwut three in the morninff I heard
vliB j a noise like a man expelling all the air
w from his lungs I rushed over to the
'19(1 bed and fck the man's pulse and heart.
'j-SIL lie was dead.
y5H m The nexi day his partners got hack
"9 I and I told them what happened. They
'a I did not say who they were. They did
Jfl not even thank me for staying with
their dead. They did not even aslr me
I to o!n lnem at their meal, hut they
I burled the man, and. rolling up their
T'w things in a blanket pack, started across
ir-9 ! j'oiintry In the direction of the Koyu-
' Lj "Before going one of them came to
XoM i me abruptly. 'Sec here,' he said, 'you
T : have seen and heard what you've heard.
- ' You CQn,t make anything by talking
1 , 1 i about it. He's dead and that all there
' fi: ,s to ,t
M ' Makes Story Public.
ns Alt "Before I could ask him anything he
oyflj ; struck the trail and that was the last I
UojJ ; ever saw of him. I have never told
t Ifl ) about this until now, but that dead man
s'm f asked me to make his story public, and
icaM i I do so. I solemnly believe that he was
rggw Tho Groat Boautlflor
ISsir Miicerj nnd women of Ow elite
W Xy society of two coatlncau for
V j- inorr than ijoartcr of a
'1 ' iff ttl, oalT Pfporatioa hnT-
.M lug tUu UDUdJlflcU i-ndorae-
lnenttf of pbjslclous nnd rcc
r TrStt ommcndcO by thpin to In-
l jKrf crciuie Arm, licnlthy
3 JScr Jtch ou thin, hollowed
L drfrttiMi ch,ts neck wltbovit
lA aSsiy I 1jc Use 01 liquid mcdlcltwa
WKITiKLES from the
how 7'. n .t. , fac,s BnJ bands, no matter
ccud tbp furrn-w.
liEVICLOPM THE IMMATUHE DOMT
.!!!? I".1 "V" " broast to lu natural brautr
d contour.. Ion tbroosli lctDcw or hurslns
SPECIAL OFFER "Th,', nm'ot Dr.
m. iui rna.tM nro bcut ln plain wrapper.
On sale at V. J Drug Co,. GOc a box.
Hti?ros dsiiceliits nnd department
FRF?" A sanjpic box jnst enough to convince
AVL odvlll Ihs Kent treo for 10 cvnla, which
Sn?" n?rcr0,V H0VDftJ1,0C- Wo will also ltx ySn
contains all the proper njornnentH for raasaaclDK
x&&isa$A Td(1 tM dlrcct,ow for
DR. CHARLES CO., 108 Fulton -st.t New York,
Federal Judge Holds That Corpora
tion Cannot Compel Customer to
Bear Its Lack of Foresight.
SAN FRANCISCO. May 31. Circuit
Judge Ross, ln affirming the de
cision of the Circuit for the dis
trict 'of Idaho ln the case of the
Boise City Irrigation & Land company
against W. A. Clark. James Larklns
and George Gumbert, County Commis
sioners of Ada county, Ida., gave his
opinion today to the effect that cus
tomers of a corporation should not
have to hear the brunt of its lack of
The case In appeal was brought by
the Irrigation company to force the
County Commissioners to annul the
maximum water rate they had estab
lished. The company had established
an extensive irrigation plant, anticipat
ing a more rapid settlement of its dis
trict than materialized. It felt forced
to charge high rates to reimburse Itself
on the outlay, and objected to the re
strictions settled by the Commission
ers. The court decided that no more than
the rate established by the Commis
sioners may be charged by the com
Seeks a Husband
Not a Bit Shy About Mentioning
Her Varied Charms and Her
TOKIO. May 31. A Japanese woman
can bo as poetic and plcturcsquo in
search of a husband as she Is in
everything else. A matrimonial
advertisement printed hero reads:
"I am a very pretty woman, with locks
thick and wavy, like the clouds. My faco
has the brilliancy and satln-llko texturo
of the flowers, my llRurc-is flexible like
tho weeping willow and my eyes have tho
curve of tho crescent moon. I havo
enough fortune to enable me to walk
through life, tho hand of my beloved one
in mine, contemplating tho flowers day
by day and the moon by night. If tula
meets the eye of an Intelligent, agreeablo,
handsome gentleman of good taste, I will
unlto myself to him for life anil share
with him later the plcasuro of being
burled together ln a tomb of rose-colored
The latest census shows 34G.KK) mar
riages in Japan In the year. Not one
bride was more than 22 years old. Forty
two were only 15, 759 were 10, WS1 were
7. 1T.1M were 10, 16,400 were 20.
FIRST IDAHl EXCURSION
Via Oregon Chert Line,
Saturday, June 11. One fare for round
trip to principal northern Utah and
Idaho points. See agents for full par
ticulars regarding limits, etc. City
ticket office. 201 Main street, Salt Lake. '
Desires to Settle
an Old Score
Moorish Bandit Who Holds American
Citizen Captive Endeavoring
to Square Old Debt.
N- EW YORK. May 31. Jean
Hess, an explorer who has
just returned from Morocco,
in discussing with the Paris
correspondent of the Times the kid
naping of Ion Perdicaris and his step
son Varley, recently said:
"Raisouli Is a Moorish chief, an ex
Govemment functionary whom the Sul
tan has forgotten to pay. He hopes by
obtaining ransom for his prisoners to
get financially square with I1I3 former
"There need be no fear in the United
States that the cost of the expedition
will not be paid by Morocco. Inasmuch
as a Paris financial institution is now
preparing to issue a loan to the Sultan
May 30 arid 31, and June 8 and 9,
Via Oregon Short Line. Following rates
will prevail from Salt Lake:
San Francisco and return 536.50
Lcs Angelea and return 61.B0
Portland ',x Spokane and return... 3G.50
Tickets good 90 days, with transit
limit of 10 days going. See other ad
vertisements ln thlo issue for east
bound rates. City ticket ofTice201 Main
Sheriff of Natrona County, Wyoming,
Has Running Fight With
BUFFALO, Wyo., May 31. Sheriff
Webb of Natrona county and
posse have fought a battle with
outlaws near the Putney ranch
In the Big Horn mountains '
One of the outlaws was wounded and
fell from his horse. A companion lifted
him from the ground and escaped with
his human burden Into the Bad Lands.
The ofTicer.9 followed and news of an
other battle Is looked for momentarily.
A number of horses have been stolen
from the Teasdale ranch recently and
Sheriff Webb and his men started in
pursuit of the guilty parties about a
tortured to death by thinking of his
own life and the belief that he was al
ways the object of pursuit, and I as
surely believe that he told the truth in
saying he was Tascott. It's my own
opinion that his partners knew It too.
Flirting by Car Men
lust Stop at Once
New York Elevated Road Brings
Gay Employees to Tlmo by
NEW YORK, May 31. Complaints by
persons residing near tho elevated
railroads here have caused the
management to Issuo an order
which, In effect, forbids tho motormen,
guards and other employocs attempting
to flirt while on duty.
Tho ordor lntlmntea that not only havo
trainmen been guilty of lotting tholr at
tention wander from duty, but ticket
takers havo been known to gazo 30 in
tently at pretty girl passengers that
others havo passed through without pay
Some elegnnt new decorations just
received. We are up to date with our
orders. Our workmen are always the
beBt, Including paint and painters.
W. A. DUVALL,
Phone 1145 K. 121 W. Second South.
Chinamen Await Execution.
LIAO YANG. May 31. Seventy con
demned Chinese bandits are here await
ing execution. Tho local Chinese Gov
ernor, ln view of tho troublous times has
been empowered to behead bandltB with
out referring their caocs to tho Chlncso
authorities at Mukden.
Victims of Mnssacre Buried.
MANILA. P T , May 31. The remains
of the officers and men of tho Seventeenth
United States Infantry, recently am
bufhed and killed by Moros, have boon
Interred at Cotabato, In Mindanao.
? We sJ
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More Good Coffee
1 More Good Spices j
More Coupons j
More Pretty Premiums j
I 4 Watch Our
W Prices Talk, jl i
It Pays to Trade J
I Great American Importing Tea Co 3
245 Main St. Salt Lake City.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for the District of Utah -In
tho mntter of Augustus T Kerr and
Harriot B. Kerr, bnnkrupts. No. 619 ln
bankruptcy Petition for discharge.
To tho Honorable John A. Marshall.
Judgo of the District court of the United
States for tho District of Utah:
Augustus T. Korr of Solt Lake City, In
the county of Salt Lakn and State of
Utah, In said district, respectfully repre
sents that on the 20th doy of July last
past, he was duly adjudged bnnkrupt un
uer the acts of Congress relating to bank
ruptcy: that he has duly surrendered all
his property and rights of property, and
has fully complied with all the require
ments of said acts and of tho orders of
the court touching his bankruptcy.
Wherefore he prays that he may be de
creed by the court to havo a full discharge
from all debts provable against his estate
under said bankrupt acts, except such
debts as are excepted by law from such
Dated this 2Gth day of April. A. D. 1004.
AUGUSTUS T. KERR, Bankrupt.
ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON.
District of Utah.
On this 3lst day of May, A. D. 1WM, on
reading the foregoing petition. It Is
Ordered by the court, that u hearing bo
had upon the same on tho Hth day of
June, A. D. 19(M. before said court at Salt
Lako City, In said district, at 10 o'clock
In the forenoon; and' that notice thereof
be published in The Salt Lako Tribune, a
newspaper printed ln said district, nnd that
all known creditors and other persona in
Interest may appear at the said time nnd
place and show cause, if any they have,
why the prayer of said petitioner should
not be granted.
And It In further ordered by the court,
that tho clerk shall send by mall to all
known creditors copies of said petition
and this order, addressed to them at their
places of residence (us stated.
Witness the Honorable John A. Marshall,
Judge of eald District court, and tho seal
thereof, at Salt Lake City, In rald dis
trict, on tho 31st day of May. A. D. 1WH.
Attest: JERROLD R. LETCHER.
Seal of Court. Clerk.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial District of tho Stale of
Utah, county of Salt Lake. Oregon Short
Line Railroad company, a corporation,
plaintiff, vs. Jeremiah Schenck and Mary
J. Schenck, his wife. Fred N Bertholf.
Martha L. Smith, Suit Lnko county, a
corporation, Salt Lako City, a corpora
lion. Gcorgo Barr and Mrs. Georgo Barr,
Ms wife, Morris Strouso and Mrs. Morris
Strousc. his wlfo. Joseph G. Souther, ad
ministrator of tho cstato of Benjamin F
Allen. deceased. Lorenzo D. Kinney,
Charles B. Gourlay and Emma O. Gour
lay, hl3 wife, John M. Mooro, Eugene G.
St. Clair, James A. Lott and Mrs. James
A. Lott, his wife, defendants. Summons.
The Stulo of Utah to tho said defendant.
You nro hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after tho servlco of
this summons upon you, if starved within
tho county In which this action Is
brought, otherwise, within thirty days
fitter service, and defend tho above enti
tled action; and ln cane of your failure so
to do, Judgment will bo rendered against
vou according to the demand of the com'
plaint which, within ton days after serv
ice of this summons upon you, will bo filqd
with tho Clerk of said court.
P L WILLIAMS and GEO. II. SMITH.
P O. Address, No. K2 Desorct News
Annex, Nos. 17-10 West South Temple
Street, Salt Lako City, Utah. w41S
ASSESSMENT NO. 5.
Tho Perjuo-Surpriso Gold Mining
A corporation, principal placo of busi
ness Salt Lako City, Utah, with a branch
office at Maryavalo, Utah.
Notlco is hereby given that at a meet
ing of the directors of tho Pcrjuo-Sur-priBC
Gold Mining company, held on tho
20th day of April. 11KH. an ascssmont of
one-half cent per Bhare was levied on
tho capital stock of tho corporate rj, bay
ablo on tho 10th day of May, .XH. to
Max Krotkl. necretary of oalu t.rpora
tlon, at the branch offico of said corpora
tion, Maryavalc. Utah.
Any stock on which this assessment
may remain unpaid on tho 11th day of
June, 1001, will bo delinquent and adr
f.rtlsed for sale at puulla auction, and
unless payment Is made bloiu will be
sold on tho Oth day of July, loot, at
o'clock p. m,. to pay tho delinquent as
tcooment thsroon. together with tho cost
of advertising and oxpense of. sale.
MAN KROTKI, Secretary.
Location of office, No. MS Progress
Block, Suit Lako City, Utah. Secretary's
offico at branch offico ln Marysvale.
I ONE YEAR'S f
SUPPLY FOR $1.00. i
This la loss than 10 cents a month
J for a flno tissue and antiseptic
TOILET PAPER. Our window Is $
filled with it and for the week only
you can get flvo three thousand J
0 sheet rolla for $1.00.
2 'Phone G41; let us send you ono j
2J Our other window displays Our
5 Instantaneous Non-Polsonoua BUG
1 KILLER, a 'cry seasonable article
T In this city at the present time.
2 Large bottle fdr 25 cents.
t Samo 'phono number will got a 2
!Fo jj HULL $
I DRUG COMPANY I
g Corner Opposite Postofflce.
Agcnt3 for Lowncy Candles. j
IN EFFECT MAT 30.
LEAVE SALT BAKE. fcSO. 9:00. 11:00 tu.
in . 1, 3:C0. 5 . 6:30, 7;S0 p. m.
LEVE LAGOON, 7:30. 10:M a. rn.. 1:W
noon. 2:30, 4.20. C:30, 8:20, 10:3) p. m.
SZ Trip 25 cents
K D PIERSON. Pass. & Ticket Afft.
JB BEAN. Excursion Agt.
OFFICE. 161 MAIN ST.
1NeldenJndson Drug Co.
CIGARS A SPECIALTY.
POSTOFFICE BOX 370.
EDW. C. SMITH. Pres.
JOHN P. COBB. Vlce-Prcs. &. Mgr.
JNO. J. JUDSON, Treas.
F. L. PEARL, Sec
ON ALL CAR LINES.
Try It th9 Next Time You
B. C EJWING, Proprietor.
Headquarters for mining- men and Block
man. KATES Jl A DAY AND UP.
Hannapah Mining and Smelting Co.
Principal placo of business, Salt Lake
There are delinquent upon the following
described slock on account of assessment
levied April 9. 1901. tho several amounts
sot opposite tho names of tho respective
stockholders, as follows:
No. Name. Shares. Amt.
3 M. E. Graham fO.OOO $125.00
4 M. E. Graham 60.000 125.00
5 M. E. Graham 10.000 25 .CO
G M. E. Graham 10,000 25.00
7- M. E. Graham -1,000 10-CO
8- A. R. Graham 10.000 25.00
9- E. P. Graham D0.000 125.00
lS-Frank B. Work 10,000 25.00
ID-Frank B. Work 10.000 25.00
20 Frank B. Work 1.000 2.50
21 Frank B. Work 1.000 2.50
22 Frank B. Work 1.-50 4-37
W John Trott 2,500 6 25
C5 E. P. Graham 1.500 3.75
75 J. J. Clark 1,000 2.50
7G J. J. Clark 1.000 2.E0
77 J. J. Clark 50? 1.25
7S-M. L. Macdonald 5JH 12.60
t3-J. J. Clark 5.W0 12.n0
9S E. P. Graham... 2.000 6.00
59 E. P. Graham... 2.000 5.05
101-E. P. Graham 1.000 2 50
lOi E. P. Graham L000 2.50
107 E. P. Graham 1.000 2.50
ICS E. P. Graham..., 1.000 2.50
109 E. P. Graham 1.000 2.50
112 Michael Foron 1.001 2.50
113 Michael Foren 1.090 2.50
114 Michael Foren LOOO 2.50
115 Michael Foron 1,000 2.50
11G Michael Foren 500 1.25
117 Michael Foren 600 1.25
133 H. G Lower 1.000 2.50
134 H. G. Lower 1.0CO 2.50
139 C. M. Dabeny 250 ,C2
140- C. M. Dabeny 250 .63
111 C. M. Dabeny 250 .62
142 C. M. Dabeny 250 .63
143 C. M. Dabeny 250 .62
14-1 C. M. Dabeny 250 .63
145 C, M. Dabeny 2T0 .62
14C C. M. Dabeny 250 .63
.152 Carl Z. Work 1.000 2.50
153 Carl 'A. Work 1.000 2.50
151 Carl Z. Work 1,000 2.50
155 Carl Z. Work 1.000 2.50
l&V-Carl Z. Work 1,000 2 50
16G E. P. Graham 40.CO0 1(0 00
1C7 M. M. Miller 5,000 12.50
163 M. M. Miller 1.000 2.50
169 M. M. Miller 1.000 2.50
170 M. M. Miller 600 2 50
171 M. M. Miller 500 2.50
172 M. M. Miller 600 2.50
173 ar. ar. ainier 500 2.50
174 ai. M. Miller 600 2.50
175 ai. M. Miller 00 2.50
And ln accordanco with the law and an
order of the board of directors mado April
D, 1901, bo many shares of each parcel of
said stock as may bo necessary will bo
sold at tho company's office. 603 Dooly
block, on tho second day of Juno, 1901, at
10 o'clock a. m., to pay dellnauont assess
ments thereon, together with tho costs of
advertising and expense of sale.
W. E. BLOCK. Secretary.
Good Hopo Placer Mining Company. Lo
cation of principal place of business, Salt
Lake City, Utah. Notice. Thero are de
linquent upon tho following described
stock on account of assessment No. 7.
levied on tho Oth day of April, 1901. tho
several amounts net opposite the names of
tho respective shareholders, as follows:
Cert. No. of
Name. No. Shares. Ami.
C. II. Aldrlch. part of 103 8,572 500.00
J. Baumgartcn 4S 1.000 35. CO
J. Baumgartcn 63 1,000 35. CO
S. Beckner S3 700 21.60
S. Beckner 10$ 500 10.C0
C W. Bennett 91 33 1.17
P. H. Broolcs 69 2,000 70. CO
P. II. Brooks Ill 752 20.32
J. Enzcnspcrgcr 41 500 17.50
J. Enzonapcrgcr 63 GO) 17.60
J. A. aiarshall 92 34 1.17
J. C. Roylo 10 601 17.60
J. C. Roylo U0 1SS C.5S
Mary A. Scaboldt 70 3.000 105.00
W. G. Sharp 13 1.000 35.C0
Henry, Sadler 30 1.000 35.C0
A. II. Smith 90 300 10.60
And In accordanco with luw ond an or
der of tho board of directors made on tho
Dtli day of April. 1901, oo many shares of
each parcel of such etock as may be ne
cessary will bo sold ot tho ofrlco of the
secretary, room 303 Dooly block. Salt Lako
City. Utnh, on the 11th day of June, 1901,
at the hour of 12 o'clock, noon, to pay tho
delinquent assessment thereon, togcthor
with the cost of advertising and exponscs
or oalc. WM. F. COLTON.
May 19, 1WC w27SS
Ban Pedro, Los An- V$SnVy
geleo & Salt Lako NPUV
R, R. Co.
From Oregon Short Line depot, Salt Lako
For Provo. Ixshl, Fairfield and
Ncphl. aiantl and points on.
Sanpoto Valley Ry 7:30 a-m.
For Garfield Beach, Tooole,
Stockton, Mammoth, Eureka.
and Silver City "8:00 a,m.
For Provo, American Fork,
' Lshl, Juab, Mllfqrd, Frisco,
Callentos and intermediate
points "8:05 p.m.
From Provo, American Fork,
Lenl, Juab, aillford, Frisco,
Call-tco and lDterrnedlato
points 9:35 a.m.
From Provo. Lehl, Fairfield.
Mercur and Banpeto Valley
Ry. points 5:35 p.m.
From Silver City, Mammoth.
Eureka, Stockton, Tooele and
and Garfield Beach. 5:35 p.m.
Dally Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Bcr
vlco bstweon Salt Lake. Mllford, Modona.
Direct stags connections for all mining
districts In southern Utah and Nevada.
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Street.
E. W. GILLETT, J. L, MOOPJD.
Gen'l Pass. Agt. Commercial Agt.
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Famous Places Which Everyone M
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E HEALTH, PLEASURE AND
I Mountains. Valleys, Rivers, Lakes
I and Ocean Reached by the
Southern Pacific I
1 Company's Lines
H For descriptive and illustrative I
ra literature call at No. 201 Main
If Street. Salt Lake City. H
g D R GRAY, General Agent Q
Salt Lake & Los Angeles Railway.
Tlmo table in effect May 31st, 1904.
, SALTAIR BEACH.
Going, leavo Salt Lake:
No. 2 10:00 a m
No. 4 2:00 p.m.
No. 6 4:00 p.m.
No. 8 5:00 p.m.
No. 10 f:C0 p.m.
No. 12 7:00 p.m.
No. 14 8:00 p.m.
No. 16 9:00 p.m.
Returning, arrive Salt Luke:j
No. 1 1.12:20 p.m.
No. 3 i. 3:30 p.m.'
No. G 5:30 p.m.
N'o. 7 '. 6:30 p.m.
No. 9 7:30 p.m.
No. 11 ,s S:30 p.m.
No. 13 10:00 p.m.
No. 15 11:45 p.m.
Sunday, last train leaves Saltalr at
Fare for Round Trip, 25 Cents.
J. E. LANGFORD. Lessee.
R The Greatest System 1
I of Transportation in America I
u is composed of V
I NEW YORK CENTRAL, ;
I BOSTON & ALBANY,
E LAKE SHORE, 5
g PITTSBURGH & LAKE ERIE, 1
SERIE R. R., &
LEHIGH VALLEY, ffi
CHESAPEAKE (c OHIO "RAIL- I
These lines operate
Maoy Famous Trains H
K through the j
9 Densest. Population
I Largest Cities
! Connection With All Steamship
Lines to and Erom New York,
Boston, Baltimore, Philadel- jjj
phia and Norfolk. r
LOW TOURIST RATES.
j Stop-ovors allowed on all tickets
i at St. Louis, NJaKara Fnlls, Lako a
: Chautauqua, Washington, D. C, A
IS and other points.
WARREN J. LYNCH,
Genoral Passenger Agent, Clncin- i
W. P. DEPPE, t
Chief Assistant General Pasecnger
Broadway and Chestnut Street, 9
g St. Louis. Mo. M
Y" tow York, Gibraltar, Naples.
I Suporioc accommodation. Excellent Cu!-
sine, Comfort o( passengers careful'
considered. SIn?lo or Round Trip Ticket
between New York and .Scotch, English,
y Irish and all principal Scandinavian and
Continental points at attractive rates. Send
for Book of Touru. For tlcfects or general
information apply to any local agent of ihj
Anchor Lino or -t
HENDERSON BROS.. Gen'l Agenli. CHICAGO. ILL.
S Six Honrs in Denver
j eiMoote to St Louis.
j The Burlington Route's daily, through sleeper, p
Salt Lake to St. Louis, is halted in the Colorado I
cc capital from 4 p. m. to 10:35 p. m. "Seeing Denver''
ra cars leave the Union depot every hour and will
P carry you all over the city in two hours for 50 cents.
Afterward, you may take dinner with your friends
S there, spend their v evening at their home, attend f
m the concert in the City park or do whatever else it
your fancy dictates. Meanwhile the car porter is pj
guarding your wraps. You do not have a thing to 5?
worry about. si
trFWMMrl Nice way to relieve the Journey of jf
ImMii Tj-alTTw tedlouoness, isn't It? Let me tell you jj;
IsMnfl SM R- F NELSjEN, General Agent,
IMflmTiirH -9 W SECONI SOUTH STREET,
HSSeiliBSl SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
4V)WM J'Follow The Flag."
TAKE THE WABASH
I ' SAINT LOUIS
j THE ONLY LSNE
I THE WRLIFS FAIR
, ' MAIN ENTRANCE. j
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Phil. P. Hitchcock, Q. A. P. D.t Denver, Colo. J
Fi?m. Oztlen, Portland.
Butte, Sar. Francisco, Chi- fH
cago, St. Louis, Omaha, ' H
ond Denver 6:30 a.m? i
From Ocdcn and intcrmedl-
J10 P,nt0 9:10 turn.
From C-Kden, Cacho Valley, fffl
and Intermediate points 11:55 mm.
From Ogden, Chicago, St.
Louis, Kansr.3 City, Oma
na, Denver and San Fran-
C,8C0 4)5 p.mJ
,Frorn Ogtlen. Cache V?Jley. IfH
Bt. Anthony, Portland and IH
Ban Francisco 6:55 p.mi
For Ogdon, Omaha, Chicago, J
Denver. Kansas City and iH
St. Louis 6rOO vutcu H
For Ogdcn. Portland, St. An- !H
thony. San Francisco and ll
Intcrmodlato polnta 10:20 &.ZXL4 '1
For Opden, Omaha, Chicago, H
Dcnvor, Kansas City, St. fH
Loulo and San Francisco.. 1:10 p.mw 1 fH
For Ogdon, Cacho Valley. ,H
Denver, Kansas City, Oma-
ha, St. Louis and Chlcaco. 5:45 p.mi ril
For Ogden, Cache Valloy, ll
Butte, Helena, Portland, IH
Son Francisco and intermc- fM
dlate polntfl 11:45 p.mJ H
T. 2r. SCHUMACHER. Traffic Mrf. J IH
D. E. BURTjEY, G. P. & T. A. 7 ll
D. S. SPENCER, A. G. P. & T. A.
City Ticket office, 201 Main street.
.Telephone 2S0,, IH
TO ST. LOUIS.
Through car. Salt Lako City to SUi
Louis and Kan saw City. Only one Changs H
to New York, Buffalo and principal points
East low rates for summer travel.
Especial attontiou to ladles and chll- I
Tourist sleepers through to Chicago,
Boston and other points without change.
Two trains dally.
Inquire at ticket office, 103 Dooly block.
Salt Lake City. Any Information cheer
fully given. H. C. TOWNSEND.
G. P. & T. A. Missouri Pacific Ry., Su
Louis, Mo. H
In effect November 22, 1903.
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY. jH
No. 10 For Bingham, Heber, 'H
Provo and Marysvale 8:C9 o-rd,
No. 103 For Park City 8:15 a.ro. ll
No. C For Denver and East...,. 8:20 a.m. 'Jl
No. & For Ogden and West. 10:30 a.rn, JH
No. 1 For Ogder. and West 1:45 p.m. jH
No. 2 For Denver and East 3:15 p.m.
No. S For Provo and Eureka.... 6.-C0 p.m.
No. 9 For Ogden and local pts.. 6:05 p.m.
No. t For Denver and East S:05 p.m. Ill
No. 3 For Ogden and West 12.10 a.m.
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY. JH
No. 6 From Ogden and the East 6:10 a.m. I'H
No. 12 From Ogdon and local pts 0:05 a.m. IH
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo. .10:00 a.m. IH
No. 5 Prom Denver and East. ..10:40 a.m. lH
No. 1 From Denver tvr.d East... 1 05 p.m.
No. t -from Ogden and West.... 3:05 p.m. IH
No. IW From Park City 5.15 p.m. flH
No. 9 From Bingham. Hobcr, -H
Provo and Marysvale 6:00 p.m. IH
No. 4 From Ogden and tho West 7:55 p.m, 1
No. 3 From Denver and East. ..11:53 p.m. fM
All train except Nos. 1 to 6 stop at ln IH
Ticket office, Dooly Block. '
L A. .BENTON. G. .A. P. D-
Cheap Rates to
St. . Loois I
JA.ND OTHER EASTERN POINTS VLJ '
3-TRAINS D1ILY-3 I
,1Vo can savo you money. Write ran. IH
C. F. WARREN. General Agent.
411 Dooly Block. Salt Lako City. ,
'Tis the "Comfort LIn H
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ON THE POPULAR fl
' ST. LOUIS H
THE EH ST AND
SO OTH EAST H
Afl WE ARE THE ORIGINATORS'
OF FREE RECLINING CHAIR 4H
CAR SERVICE BETWEEN VH
BT. LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE.
DON'T YOU THINK J.T "WOUJLJ5 I
PAY YOU. IN TRAVELING TO . '
"GET THE irENZiaRSON ROUTS
HABIT 7" IT AVTLL US. 1
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a LINDSAY, Geneml fan
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