i 13 Tjeeg Bajs Lake) TRmvmZi Thursday MoicsTjStg, Juke 2, 1904. I
I Robert J,' Deighton
Brigham Street Property
I Owner Files Written Pro-
h i if. r? i r t
v lost vvrni necoraer.
1 1 Givs svcn Reasons Why His Street
Should Not Be Improved The
I ) Protest In Full.
i LL the objections; that might pos-
fa slbly be raised against the paving
V .lis. of easi Brigham street are accm-
Inply contained In a protest
against the Improvement made by
I j Robert J. Deighton, the owner of soven
i , ty-elght and three-eights front feet of
j, property at 6-1S East Sooth Temple
street. ( Mr. Delghton's protest Is the
only one that has thus far been made
t In writing, although one or two others
; have made verbal protest to the rc-
coider. All objections to the Improve
, . ment will be considered by the council
' next Monday night, Under the law,
, only written protests will be considered.
Tn his protest Mr. Deighton gives
I seven sound reasons why, In his Judg
v1' ment, the street should not be paved
I and parked. Ills main objection seems
I to he that the cost of paving the first
j four blocks will have to be paid in part
by the property owners on the upper
five blocks. Owing to the fact that the
! Htreet will have to be cut down on the
upper side from ''State to E street. Mr.
Deighton figures that the cost of the
improvement for that portion will be
j hetweon 1 FLO nnr Tin nnr rpnt mnro than
from E street to Tenth East street.
The tax to be levied for the Improve-
ment will be 511.25 per front foot all
along the street.
Other objections raised by the lone
Protestant are that the street will be
very noisy; that It will be from two to
' ten degrees hotter and just as dusty as
v at present. There Is not enough water
In the city, he saysj to lay the dust
I and to talk of sprinkling a park In the
I 1 middle of the street, he says, Is absurd.
The protest in full Is as follows:
J. S. Crltchlow, Recorder: I most enw
w pliatlcally protest against tho paving of
f South Temple street from State to Tenth
V Eust for Hie following reasons:
f First The cost to mysoli-my property
' will not be Increased In value any fur-
I ther than tho cost to me of paving.
, Sscond Tho city cannot afTordto do Its
J; Part, already paying Interest of $125,o
fi pfcr year. If this Improvement goes
J through It means an Incrcaeo of taxes for
l additional Interest to be paid.
Third Tho street when paved will bo
' from two to ten degrees hotter In sum-
It mer, which Is not desirable for a resl-
" dence street.
b Fourth Tho rtrcct will be very noisy,
j Fifth We will have as much dust (com-
i Ing onto Brigham from tho Intersections)
J, Jn summer as we have now. for tho rca-
son that wo have not enough water and
j tjprlnkllng carts In tho whole city to keep
A down the dust on a street paved this
! length. The sun will dry It up faster than
'f water can bo put on.
f Sixth I do not have enough water for
JN my lawn already planted, and to talk of
B. sprinkling" a park In the middle of the
H street Is absurd.
Seventh Why should I pay tho same
per front foot for tho Improvement that
' the property owners pay from tho Eaglo
" Gate to E street?
li The- expense of paving this particular
, part of the street must cost from 150 to
Per cent more than from E to Tenth
I East, and It seems to mo In this kind of
, a proposition that tho poorer class hns to
help out the richer class, instoad of being
I' the other way on.
'! ,,Tllc jbov'i ' no doubt Immaterial to the
1 Recorder, as ho can only do hlar duty In
I the premises, but in making a protest I
If think reasons should always bo given for
I such protest. ROBT. J. DEIGHTON.
if McCoy's livery stable for carriages
and light livery. Telephone srnaees
1 AND LIVE PiGS
Malodorous Ornaments That Adorn
the Back Yard of a Salt Lako
PERSONS living In tho vicinity of
Eleventh South. and Seventh East
streets have complained to the
health department of r place In
that neighborhood where the conditions
from a sanitary standpoint, according
to the ptory told, are sufficiently rank
to enllot the attention of authorities
even more Inured to rank "conditions
than arc those of Salt Lake City. The
feature of the premises which first at
tracts the olfactory notice of any one
passing within several blocks of the
place Is a pigpen of large dimensions
and unusually strong odorn. The abode
of the swine, which apparently lino
never been cleaned, Is Mtualcd about
twenty-five or thirty feet from the res
idence, and scattered conveniently
about are a number of slop barrels,
which aid wonderfully to the conglom
eration of offensive smells. It was
thought that these sourcey of bad odors
wero jjuillclent for all practical pur
poses and -were responsible for all of
the trouble until a neighbor called there
on bu&iness yesterday.
Tho neighbor found the occupant of
the premises partaking of a meal In
tho house. The doora and windows
were open and the gentle summer
breezes from the direction of the pig
pen were wafted through them In a
manner which caused the visitor to de
sire very much to commit the breach
of etiquette of holding his nose while
he conversed with the host. Restrain
ing himself with difficulty from this ac-
1 tion ho asked to be shown some fowls
which were housed only a few feet from
the back door of the residence, thinking
the freer outside atmosphere might dis
pel a portion of the gloom. Talcing a
sandwich In his hand tho host accom
panied him. Juts outsldo tho back door
the visitor's attention was attracted by
the carcasses of several hens In the
final stages of decomposition. Almost
petrified by this new sight and smell
the visitor called thb attention of the
man of the house to them, suggesting
In as mild a way as possible that the
decaying bodies should be gotten out
of tho way as quickly as possible.
"Oh. no," said the man, as he
munched his sandwich complacently.
"They're all right. I keep all of the
dead ones until they ore good and rot
ten; then they 'make fine food for the
At the same time he picked up one
of the putrid remains and, holdlnglt up.
shook It to pieces to show now it pleased
The visitor fled
FOR ROWLAND HALL
The Rowland Hall commencement cxer
clflCH will bo hold in the First Congroga
tloral church on Tuesday evening, June 7.
beginning at 8:15. Tho class Is composed
of Miss Mary Flniey. Miss Nellie Calvin
and Ml33 Jessie ICenyon. They will ho as
sisted In thcpommenccment exercises by
Misses Amy and Isabel Osborne. Mlsfl
Gratia Flnndora of tho piano department
and Mrs. Charles Plummcr of the vocal
department. Tho programme follows:
Airs ct Danses Sucdolses (four hands).
Miss Jessie Kenyon and Miss Flanders
EsBay, "Music as a Factor In Educa-
lion" Miss Mary Finley
Sonota op. 22, Monuetto Rondo
v;r ; W Beethoven
Miss .Icsslo Kcnyon.
Vocal. "Tho Gypsies" j0h. Brahms
Misses Amy and Isabel Osborne.
Rondo Caprlcoloso Menhelssohn
Miss Josslo Kenyon.
Essay, "Tho Power of Song"
ir ";v;i;.v .. . .....Miss Nellie Calvin
V?K?l.n?2 J S?CJ' .Walter Damrosch
(b) "The Seed'a Song"
R. Huntington Woodman
, . . I,8a Amy Osborne. '
(a) "Butterfly" Lnvalleo
ffi .'.hmV,0leC .; .Mozart-Kullak
(c) Slclllenno Vespers Vcrdl-Raff
Miss Jessie Kenvon.
Vocal. "Robin Adair" Arthur Footc
, HS03 Osborno and Finley.
Rondo Brlllante ...Weber
Miss Jessie Kenyon. '
Tho programme for tho week will bo i
Baccalaureate sermon by Bishop Tuttlc,
St Mark's cathedral, June 5, 11 h. m
Muslcale. piano department. Congrega
tional church. June C. B:V, p. m
Senior commencement evening. Congrc- !
gatlonnl church, June ", 8:1G n m
Conferring of diplomas, St, Mark's ca
thedral, June S. li a. m.
For Sale Building stone.
RBD STONE CO..
156 So. W. Temple, Tel. 905-K.
! to Trioily College
" Gnllery of Paintings and Statuary
and Buildings Valued at Half
WASHINGTON. Juncvl. At tho
commencement exercises of
Trinity (Cntholfc) college for
women, located near this city,
today a gallery of paintings, statuary
and etchings valued at 5250,odb, was for
mally presented to the college by Judge
and Mrs. Miles O'Connor of Los An
celes. The collection Is housed In a
handsome addition to the main college
unaings, uibu given uy jucikc una mrs.
O'Connor. The double donation Is esti
mated In value to be worth $500,000.
Both the venerable donors attended the
exercises today. Included In the col
lection presented are ten original works
of sculpture, 115 paintings In oil, chiefly
copies of religious masterpieces in
Rome, Venice and Florence, and 230 en
gravings or etchings .Jn black and
white. There are several mosaics, pho
tographs and a cabinet of small pnlnt
ings on Ivory and porcelain, chiefly of
Ring up 1053-Z for all Tcirids of re
nalrs or alterations' on your buildinge.
Screens and Job work a specialty. Esti
mates cheerfully given. H. F. Williams,
1C0 East Second South.
LOW RATES EAST
VIri D. & R. G. R. R.
, One fare plus five dollars for the
round trip to all points In Western Pos
I senger Association territory. Selling
dates May 30th. 31st, June Slh and 0th
Final limit September 15th. Tc-n-day
j transit limit In both directions. Stop
overs allowed. See T. A. Benton, Dooly
Block, or any Rio Grande agent.
Wasatch Summer Resort.
Particulars wvltc Alklre, Wasatch
hotel, via Sandy, or come see.
j CLOSING THAT GAP
' OUT ONTHE DESERT
' San Pedro Officials Will Not Have
H 2Tar to Travel by Team to
H of the engineering officials and
M' J. Vice-President Clark," said a
H San Pedro man yesterday,
H' I "when It Is considered that from the
end of the new track northeafil of Dag
i gelt to the end of the line below Cal.-
H' : cnte, or Moapa, tho gap to be filled in
with track Is something lcs than 150
mlleii and gradually being lessened."
HL Continuing, ho went on to oay that
H- although much rough work will be 6n-
countered over the desert on account, of
' the table lando and rocky places, yet
: the work of grading and tracklaylng in
i being pushed right along. All the ma-
f ' terlal for the whole line ban been or-
dcred and either on the ground or on
the way to the front. Just as soon as
the heavy work on the grade below
Moapa Is finished all will be smooth
sailing for the tracklayers to Los Vegas.
Juot when the olilcials will arrive
here cannot be determined owing to
, the fact that they will haVo to cover
if the gap by wagon, and It Is po.Jble
they will be met at Moapa by a party
of ofllclals from Salt Lake headed by
f- General Manager R. E. Wella.
It is likewise expected that Mr. Clark
1 and associates have before them a
pleasant snrprih-e In the excellent shape
the new track Is In as well as what
l i hnn already been accomplished on the
; exlPllng lines between Salt "Lake and
f i Caliente, which are , being gradually 1
" i lagaBtaeggBBBa
strengthened and improved in many
S?' .)V1,Cm. tlhc throuBh line is thrown
?! n2- l ' 11 ,be f0"nd tha 1,10 track
vin permit of great speed and a flyer
to Los Angeles or to Salt Lake can be
put on and maintained at an eurly date
't' factu,l,h0 rad will be through before
J,?" can realize It and tho people
? ut 1 and Southern California will
Snshed'fact0"81 dream an nccom-
SHOPS AT SPARKS WILL
BE READY JUNE 30
pSnob'iV BP Il"it of the Southern
the dnd of this month and then all will '
'bo In readiness for tho change In divi
sions The buildings from Wadsworth
.m be moved to the new town and the
line operated under the new arrange-
ment from headquarters in thin city.
The plant at Sparke is eald to be one
of the most complete on the system.
CROWD READY FOR
General Passenger Agent D. E. Bur
ey of the Oregon Short Line reported
that forty-eight passengers went Into
lite Yellowstone National park from
Monida yesterday, morning.' This la a
splendid indication that travel to the
park will be very heavy this reason.
G. H. Coree, after many yearn with
the railroads at Ogden, severed his
connection with the Union Pacific Sat
urday night. Mr. Corse Is an old-time
tolographer and has been very popular
among his associates wherever his lot
has been caot. lie leaves with the best
wishes of all.
A brick roundhouse for the San Pedro
In to be erected at Tlntic' Junction.
It would not be any great surprise to
railroad men to hear of the return of I
7: ' Ecclue to trafno work in connec
tion with one of the great system's. I
' ' ' 'for BnktS 'and
The Kind You Hp Always Bought
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TIIC OCNTAUn COMPNT( TT MUDftAV OThCCT, tie YOnH CITT.
Via D. & R. XG. R. R., Round-Trip
To Chicago $17.50
To St. Louis 42.50
To St. Paul 42.30
To Omaha, Kansas City, Sioux
To Denver, Colorado Springs and
Pueblo J. 23.00
Rates to all other points In proportion.
Tickets on sale May 30th and 31st,
June 8th and 9th. Ten-day transit
limit in both directions. Stop-overs al
lowed. DIverpe routes. Final limit
September 15th. See any Rio Grande
agent for particulars.
S. R. Callaway, Well-Known Locally,
Passed Away in New York
NEW YORK. June 1. Snmiicl R
Callaway, president of the Ameri
can Locomotive .company and
former president of. tho New York I
Central railroad, died today, following
an operation for mastoiditis, aged 04
years. Mr. Callaway was vice-prc.I-dent
of the Union Pacific In tho 80s and
had been connected with other' railways.
Mr. Callaway is well remembered by
Vice-President Bancroft, General Su
perintendent Buckingham and others of
the Harrlman system, and general re
gret was expressed when It was an
nounced In the general oflicea vester
uay that he had passed away, it was
viX r,T-y """Mr. Bancroft, on a
with Mr. Callaway. Av vice-president
of the Union Paclllc from 1884 to 1S87
preceding T. J. Potter, hu nade manv
friends, and his administration ' of 1 the
road was eminently successful
After he left tho Union Paclfls he went
to the Clover Leaf and thence, to the
Nov York "Central. When the Ameri
can Locomotive company wao organized
he wa selected as its president and
the company has had a most prosper
ous career under hla cabablo inanage-
. Rummng-o Sale.
Basement of St. Mark's cathedral all
day ThursUuy, Juno 2. W,,Sa.rai Dl
WE DON'T ICE OUR
Our price is what Delia them. The ro
frlgorator of tho INTERNATIONAL
REPUTATION. The Illinois Automatic,
Saves half your Ino bill. Finest in Con
struction and Quality. Cheapest In price
Now Is the tlrno to got your Lawn Mow
ers, Garden Hoso and Tools, Ico Crcnra
Freezers and Gasoline stovefl. New Goods
all the time.
j King Hardware
& Stove Co,
Geo M. Scott's Old Stand.
Scoffs Saatal'Pepslo Capsules
o liltirtder nnd UlsKd Kid
:B. HO OtTEK HO TAT. Cures
ilrfcly Dod rennimentlr tho
ort cntts of Ooiinrrhoon
id OlCft, no matter of bovr
ng Htandlnfl. Absolutely
rrolo9. BsM by druggist,
rlco 51.00, or by mall, post
.IJ, iji.CO, b bozo. 2.73.
THE SAHTAL-PEPSIN CO.
IT. J. HILL DRUG CO.. Salt Lake City.
IN EFFECT MAY 30, 19M.
LEAVE SALT LAKE. 6:30. 0:00. ll:CO a.
m.. 1:50. 8:33. 5:30, 6:30. 7:30 p. m.
LEAVE LAGOON. 7:30-10-00 a. m., 12.0)
noon. 2:30, 4.30, C:30. 8:30. 10:20 p. m.
A D PIERSON. Pans. & Ticket Ast
J. B. BEAN. Excursion Agt.
OFFICE. 161 MAIN ST.
Salt Lake & Los Angeles Hallway.
Timetable In effect May 31st, ltfH.
. SALTAIR BEACH.
Going, lcavo Salt Lake:
No. 2 10:00 a.m.
No. 4 2:00 p.m.
No. C : J 4:00 p.m.
No. S 5:00 p.m.
No. 10 .S 8:00 p.m.
No. 12 7:00 p.m.
No. 11 S:00 p.m.
No. 16 9:00 p.m.
Roturnlns, nrxlvo Salt Lake:
No. I 12:30 p.m.
No. 3 3:30 p.m.
No. 5 , 5:30 p.m.
No. 7 , 6:30 p.m.
'No.'O 7:30 p.m.
No. 11 j 8:30 p.m.
No. 13 10:00 p.m.
No. 15 , n:45 p m.
Sunday, iast train leaves Saltalr at
Fare for Round Trip, 25 Cents.
J. E. LANG FORD. Lessee.
Good Hope Plnccr Mlnlnp Company. Lo
cation of principal placo of business. Salt
Lake City, Utah. Notice. Thero aro de
linquent upon tho following described
stock on account of assessment No. 7
levied on the 9th day of April. 1901. thr
several amounts sol opposite the names of
the rcspoctlvo shareholders, as follows
Cert. No. of
Name. No. Shares. Ami.
C. II. Aldrlch, part of 103 S.672 $300. CO
J. Raumsnrten IS 1.000 35.(0
J. Uaumfrarten C3 1.C03 3.1.C0
S. Bcckner 3 700 21. CO
S. Bcckncr 108 300 10.60
O. W. Bennett 01 S3 1.17
P. H. Brook 0 2.000 70 00
P. II. Brooks Ill 752 2; 32
J. Enzcnspcrgcr 11 fOQ 17 0
J. EnzensparKCi' CM 17 jo
J. A. Marshall 92- 34 1 17 ,
J. C. Roylc 10 500 17 50 f
J. C. Royle 110 m g CS i
Mary A. Seaboldt 70 3.0CO 305 00
W. G. Sharp IS 1.0C0 35 Ct)
Henry Sadler SO 1.000 35. ft)
A. 71 Smith 90 300 10.60
And In accordance with lnw and an or
der 0 the board of directors made on tho
9th day of April, 1901, so many shnrcs of
each parcel of such stock as may be ne
cessary will be sold at tho office of tho
secretary, room .'5 Dooly block, Salt Lake
1 City. Utah, on (ho 11th day. or Jmin. 1901
at the hour of 12 o'clock, noon, to pay the
delinquent assessment theroon, together
with tho cost of advertising and exnonses
.Of eale. W.M. F. COLTON.
. May 10. 1001. . vv27SS
AS3ESSMENT NO. 5.
The Perjuc-Surpriso Gold Minhii?
A corporation, principal plnco of bimi
ness Salt Lake City, Utah, with a branch
office at Marysvalc, Utah. oranch
Notlco la hereby given that at a meet
ing of tho directors of the Porluo-Surl
prists Gold Mining company, held on thi.
ifilh day of April, 19W, an assessment of
ono-half cent per share was lovlei o
tho capital stock of tho corporatlro "
r.blo on tho 10th day of May iuP
Max Krotkf. secretary of said .h'0rn.
lion, nt tho branch office of said tvoruor?
lion. Marysvalc. Utah. wrpora-
Any stock on which this assessment
may remain unpaid on the 11th rinv 5
June, 1S04, will bo dollnquont and n3
vrtlscd for sale at public auction? and"
unless paymont Is made holoio tvi 1 i,
sold on the Cth day of July, mi nt 2
o'clock p. m.. to pay tho delinquent an
tcssment thareon, loRother with tho cost
of advertising and expense of sale
MAX KROTKI. Secretary
Location of office. No. COS ProcrrV
niock. Salt Lake City. Utah. Secrotfry'S
Uian0 ",C ln aiari'sva
!AfOVyit should let lis do yourt
BECAUSE wo guarantee our work. J
I BECAUSE you know In advance I
! Just what your work will cost. f
i BECAUSE wo are graduates of the p
! bent Eastern collcces.
j BECAUSE wo have tho best
1 equipped office In the Stato and every
i new method. ;
I BECAUSE wc have Introduced East- j
) orn prices and arc doing tho best of :
work at less cost than the old-timer.
B FUll not of teeth ;
E Gold crowns, 22-k 5.00
I Gold fillings ,,..11.00 up
6 Sliver fillings 50c up
f I'alnloss extractloTi guaranteed,
f Hours fi to fi. Lndy attendant. Our j
j reference, your nolghbor.
! Boston Dental Parlors j
i 12tJ MAIN STREET. '
M W n
jPyK. Manufacturer ot f
ra A and dealer 1 n gj
p Jewelry and dia- f
M "IonJa and other precious clones, ft
0 n pny Particular attention to b
v, nret-class watch repairing. Are V
tt well nropared to do all work in S
V that line, as we carry a full as-
W cortmcnt of material. J
1 259 SO. MAIN ST j
I NeldenJudson Drug Co.
I CIGAKS A SPECIALTY.
I POSTOFnCE BOX 370.
EDW. C. SMITH. Pres.
It, JOHN P. COBB. Vlce-Pres. & Mgr
a JNO. J. JUDSON. Trcas.
F. L. PEARL, Sec.
(MM L. M. Beaven, D. O., MXA
P H. Murry, D O.. m$i
Pj Mrs. A. B. Murry. D. O. Hkl
M. OSTEOPATHS. M
Kfe Treat Succcftsfully S '
wf All Diseases. Kgj
Vm 03 .ucrbach Building. mu
Ea Ofnco Tel. 1120-T. Reo. 1S53-Z.
vantsfmak 1 mhwajx-w
Ban Pedro, Los An- VrtT7ty
eeles & Salt Laku XSL
It. R. Co.
From Oregon Short Lino depot, Salt Lako
For Provo, Lohl, Falrrfhl and
Nophi, MantI and points on
Sanpoto Valley Ry 7:30 a.m.
For Garfield Beach, Tooele,
Stockton. Mammoth, Eureka.
and Silver City... , "8:00 a.m.
For Provo, American Fork,
Lchl, Juab. Mllford, Frinco,
Ciillcnlos and intnrmodiatp
points 6:05 p.m.
From Provo, American Fork,
Lhl. . jab. Mllford. Frinco,
Cu21ttca and Intermediate
poinu 9:35 a.m.
From Provo. Lchl, Falrflold,
Mcrcur oM Sanpoto Valley .
Ry. polntr. 5:35 p.m.
From Silver City, Mammoth,
Eureka, Stockton, Toolo and
and Garfield Beach 5:35 p.m.
Dally Pullman Buffot Sleeping Car Ser
vice between Salt Lako, Mllford, Modena
Direct stago connections for all mining
districts ln southern Utah nnd Novadi.
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Streot.
I Telephone 250.
I E. W. GILLETt! J. L. MOORE,
Gen'l Pass. Agt Diet. Pass. Agt.
A Profltnblo Place to Live. y
I C S Play Ground on Earth. e
Famous Places "WTilch Everyono
Wants to See. K
Invest In a Ticket to CALIFOR- 9
NIA and Secure Rich Dividends ln H
HEALTH. PLEASURE AND P,
Mountains. VaSleyn, Rivers, Lakes a
and Ocean IVrachcd by the
Company's Lines I
For descriptive nnd Illustrative
literature call at No 201 Main j
Street Salt Lake City. i
D R GRAT. General Agent H
rr- STEAMSH m
Sc? n J sailinq w
mm NEW YORK
l fer York, Gibraltar, Naples.
Superior accommodation. Excellent Cul
sine Comfort of passcocors careful!)
considered. Singlo or Round Trip Tfrtets
between New York nnd Scotch, English,
7 Irlah and all principal Sccndlnavlcn nnd
J Continental points at altrnctlvoraten. Send
for Book ot Touro. For tickets or trenoral
nformation npply to any local nccct of tho
inchor Lino or
IIE'IDERSOM BROS., Cen'l Agcnli. CHICAGO. ILL.
j Six Hours in Denver I
1 ensroiite to St Louis, !
j The Burlington Route's daily through sleeper, k
j Salt Lake to St. Lrouis, is halted in the Colorado
capital from 4 p. m. to 10:35 p. m. "Seeing Denver" ct
ii cars leaTC the Union depot everj- hour and will
carry you all over the city in two hours for 50 cents. I
Afterward, you may take dinner with your friends p
a there, spend their evening at their home, attend
the concert in the City park or do whatever else Jl
5j 1 .Tour fancy dictates. Meanwhile the car porter is V
guarding your wraps. You do not have a' thing to
worry about. . '
lnzl Tlce way to relieve the Journev of J
SttiRHJrl tc'Jiousness, Isn't it? Let me tell you j
I R' F' NELSEN General Agent, I
I flif BlMiQltSffl -9 W' SEC0.ND SOUTH STREET,
I Pla SAIiT LAKE CITY,' UTAH.
Ida tfq m CSiicago. 1
M 1 L $ i ?42.50 St Louis and roturn. 1
H rTA M EL, KJ? $47.50 Chicago and return. s
&j 950.00 St. Louis and return via 3
$ 'SSb Uboral fltopovers and limits In
j viThrte tnxins dnily Eloaut Bor"
KSLXS yjy, 53$ Observation sleepers.
& "Write or telephono un. g
J '.'Shorn) 245. )B&
2 E. DRAKE, D. JP. A. R
S G. A. BIBLE, T. P. A, ftjjj
ffl iOO West Second South, Salt Lake 13
M Clt7' XTtah M
U OHAS. B. SLOAT, feJ
p Gon't Agt., Denver, Colo.
iii mi 11 null lii'iiiii'ii mm 'iLWii,,jjmi..l,
ARRIVE. ' !
From Ozden, Portland. lW
Butte, San FTanclsco, Chi-
cago, St, Louis, Omahn, i
nnd Denver 8:20 n.m. PftC
From Oeden and fntcrmcdl- iM
ato pointo 9:10 a.m. Ft
From Ojden, Cache Valley, ' f
and intermediate points 11:55 a,in f
From Ocdon, Chlcapo, St. I '
LouIb, Kansas City, Oma- i
ha, Denver and San Fran- f
cIsc 4)5 p.m. t
From Offdon, Cache Valley. T
St. Anthony, Portland and ijtfJ3
Ban Francisco 6:55' pjn. ,
For Ogdon. Omaha, Chicago. 'L
Denver, Kansas City ana
St. Louis ,.. 6:00 a.mj J
For Ogden. Portland, St. An-
thony, San Franclaco and ntT J
Intermediate points 10:20 a,a; jlni
For Ogdon, Omaha, Chicago, M
Denver, Kansas City, St.
Louis nnd San Franclaco.. IJlO-p.aV t
For Oeden, Cache Valloy, ' jof)
Denver, Kansas City, Oma- t"
ha, St Louis and Chlcaeo. B:45 t,. f9
For Offden, Cacho Valley. '"a' ft
Butte, Helena, Portland. J
San Francisco and Interme-
dlato polntn 11:45 p,
T. Sr. SCHUMACHER, Trafflo Met 11
D. E. BURLEY. G. P. & T A. 8 " ,
D. B SPENCER. A. O. P. & T. A. , M '
City Ticket office, 201 Main street. T,
Telephono 2i0. J1
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LINE i&
TO ST. LOUIS.
Through car, Salt Lake City to St. '.'ttrtf
I.oul3 and KanBaa City. Only one Chang . aff
to New York, BufTalo and principal point Ttt
Eaat low rateB for summer travel. j
Especial attention to ladles and chll- ieu
Tourist sleepers through to Chicago r-ti
Boston and other points without change. Jh
Two trams dally.
Inqulro at ticket oftlco. 103 Dooly block. , iv
Salt Lako City. Any Information cheer- 1 Sr.'.i
fully given. II. C TOWNSEND. S pf
G. P. & T. A. Missouri Pacific Ry., 3l il
Louis. Mo. , g
RiO fiBANDLVlSJP W (
In effect November 22, 15C3.
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY.
No. 10 For Bingham, Heber, p Si
Provo and Marys valo 8. CO a.ra ) in
No. 102 For Park City 8.15 a.m. V
No. C For Donvor and East 8 20 a.rn. mt
No. C For Ogden and West 10.50 a.m. N 7&11
No. 1 For Ogder. and "Wcut 1.16 p.m. f 'iT'L
No. 2 For Denvor and East 3 16 p.m. ; 1 ,"2
No. S For Provo and Eureka.... 5.00 p.m. , ?S
No. & For Ogden and local pts.. 6.06 p.m. .
No. 4 For Denver and East S.03 p.m. .
No. 3 For Ogden and West 12 10 a.m. :
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY. I E S. :
No. C From Ogden and tho Ea3t S.10 a,v '
No. 12 From Ogdon and local pts 9.05 a.rr,
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo.. 10 00 a,nt " ivf
No. 6 From Denver and East. . .10 -10 a.m ifflir
No 1 From Denver ar.d East... l 3S p.m.' ' Vf
"No. -crom Ogden, and "West.... 3 03 p ra. iitt
No. 101 -From Paik ,Clty 5.15 p.m. ' feat
No 3 -From Bingham, Heber, 'li
Provo and Marysvale 6:00 p.m. kfit'
No. 4 From Ogden and the West 7:&5 p.m. ' f iJLCL
No. 3 From Denver and East...U;53 p m, ' ir
All train except Nos. 1 to C stop at In "kij
termedlate Dolnts. iBfV
Ticket oftlco, Dooly Rlock. '1. Tl
Phone 205. . u.c,
1. A.. BENTON. G..A. P. D I'lu
Cheap Rates to ;
iN"D OTHER EASTERN" POINTS VL4 i
tS-TBAINS B1ILY-3 '
flVe can save you money. Write tok jf fy'
C. F. WARREN, General Agent j t3Uot
111 Dooly Block. Salt Lako City. f i1)1
f is the Comfort Lino i: 5
ON THE POPULAR l!
HENDERSON j $
"ROUTE ' 1 1
BETWEEN $ '4
ST. LJIS g
THE E2iST AND I f J
AS WE ARE THE ORIGINATORS lJliW
OF FREE RECLINING CHAIR I iCtfi
CAR SERVICE BETWEEN V'I'Nu?
ST. LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE. lliiL
DON'T YOU THINK IT WOULD fj
PAY YOU. IN TRAVELING TO JS
GET THE HENDiSRSON. ROUTB WLmH.
HABIT7" IT WILL US. Wti
ask OS HBOUT ITnflPfe
,S a LINDSAY, Otsnerra Affn4 IKS
V. G. CUNOTNGEAJJ, ("lL
,Trav. Pass. Agent rff
let. Louis, mo., , r;
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