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" THE SALTlLAKE TBJBVJSB: MOXDAY MOKNiyG, JUXB 13, ,2904. 9 ill
M OUWTS RIVALS
Jilt and Gould Wanted
the El ?s & SoUth
ViB -pfCIAIi from Fort Worth to
4Mi S ; St. Lo" OobcDcirfocrat
,VBt tM report reaches here
lllr the St that the Rock
VlR rr0" n,llv secured control of the
km Southwestern road, the .leal
iRn consummated noma weeks
mmU Si i.t2.mcnt 1h correct It mean.
,W' nto the Pnclllc coast E. H.
V0lhtr 1 of the Southern Pacific and
I ;jMmmn i i t the head of the Gould
Tfcwrge GouW nl l noc;otlating with
lrKTtem h3Vc .syndicate or tho pur
. 'Be P'P5:? rf Paso and Southwestern.
aKL of h arc true the Rock Island
IK lf rf,0,i nfferVd more for tho prop
ltpH A of U e other two compet
.'(Br lhari cltlier 01 od aUti,orty
mh J1 J f,, actually closed before
L.TiSt '"e dS n and pu rty Vlsiud the
.'Rpert V ou on a;, Tnspection trip
Amie "PJood "hat the Phelps-Dodge
If 11 ,rim rqSin control of the branch
lKrBP?D 7,1 1 A It If there should ever bo
kJln,n Drl bVlwcor. the Rock Island
lT.ojn 'Py'rlg? interests It would
I M h0 matter to connect up the
I Im-nH form n main line from the
I pancbM Jna oy , Dcmlng. N. M..
FBfo,"$,rtVw:i President Unrrlman'H
Control of the line so as
Jfea to sjtute i extension weal of
Eprtntnn yir fl, con.
JpMon. "d n , the freight traffic of
1Pe,?b J' pkcl Se In the country went
..ftorn &raf" " ' attempting to cut orf
' mnt .n" of this new line Into San
3)P nEtruc Ing a branch of the
H'Krp w Ppn.?Jukn0wn as the Imperial
r4yt'vrbnncn through Southern Cnll-
Saniw northern portion of Lower
' 5iSK thus attempting to got control
Mvmiv" before the Rock Island.
-&oiM needed the Southwestern I
i a connection between thb west
'lfc.lrns of the Texas & lV.cllic nnd v
IK Kdnc "coSt When Mr. Gould dls
JRJ1 that ho was not going to secure
KfVnf the El Pfleo and Southwestern
Wurid the Worn Pacific railroad,
fcfh will Rtw him a terminus at San
jR'nock Island has been figuring op
JKrtoUie 'aclllc coast over the South
DKslern ever since the Gould pcop e fell
-lEt nf the race, and from reports rc
'iKfd heiv II Is evident that that com
'IEr will In the course of time realize lis
'I Men hopes In reaching San Diego.
sj AULD BEATS
! THE B. & 0. CROWD
I !. '
'3 frfce last obstacle to the completion of
Cumberland extension of Gould's
Scurn Maryland railroad, the Wabaah
rff !tenloii lo tidewater, by means of which
M mr.Ktlon will be made with the West
'A Irfiinla Central railroad, was removed
tan the Maryland Court of Appeals sus-
1 Jntd the report of the Western Mary-
,J M coraiwny to construct bridges and
,flj indenn right of way across the property
(he Chesapeake and Ohio Canal com-
( Iny The suit to prevent the Western
1 ao'lanJ company from crossing Its
;i owrtv la part of the general light made
A the Baltimore Ohio railroad
"I :slnst the completion of the Cumberland
i teiulon. The Western Maryland's work
3 is been the cause of numerous lawsuits,
rl which It has won nearly all.
Engineers of new road
i arrive in the city
Ivlng In the city yesterday was
taff of the engineering; department
is Salt Lake route, accompanied
Qperlntendent Henderson of this
on. In the party were Messre.
;ood. McCartney, Brown. A. L.
i anil E, G. Tilton, all but the
lamed being of the Salt Lake
, Mr. Tilton being a San Pj-an-enslnccr
As told in the dis
ies irom the front a few days ago,
hree Callfnrnlnns came over tl)
t from (he end of construction on
California work and caught the
again at Moapn. Since their nr
tfcey have been going over the
of reconptruction on the old line
ivtrything has been found to be
satisfactory. Tho maintenance
this tide of I'vada is parlicularly
The officials will be here sev-lays.,
W Austin Gavin in the City.
IKAustln Gavin, a former popular Mid
official at this place, came5 in
Ifcw y from G'onwood nnd will no
rim?! j t,rc 11 wann welcome (rom o)d
eiids on Second South street today.
prieEailroad Eeducing Expenses.
lffiViBHiVNNA Pa Jl,c 12.-Thc
fcrrii. C()mpany has discharged 10
nt of Its working force, or 10S men.
gau iu shops In this rlly. Similar dls-
XES, "jade In all the sho)) on the
iLc'' rhls, ,K the second dischargo of
nS?kC?liw,.,b,n thIrli' s. The com
raris rc-duclng expenses.
m WICKED WIND
WRONGED YEE WAH TOY
!Jt .t cruel gust or wind which
mvei Yee Wah Toy of his certin
'howinc his right to live in this
Kin' 1 sPllQ ot t,lc exclusion act,
olng lo hln. own story, nnd the lo
V inspectors are Inclined to behove
g fee will establish his case. The
Z 'as "I'sted last Friday by
Mhn, h1u,"speelors Hc wa unable
www thp certificate Avlth which ull
.HflKs must be provided In these daya
iUfcf",1, tneIr deportation, hut the
tfflnCJolfl oC how he losL iL was more
fcu ,?,e t,mn tl,e 'ivcrage one to
H.5 10 Government ofllcials ore
W upon to listen. He claimed that
li Munortns 011 tne Lucln cut-orr.
trnt I 0 h.e worlcd. had hung on
St lnl(inl Ject hia light gnr
Set JW nB tov a coat, in the
itaii I 5,ch Wfts th0 Precious docu
m nfSudnIc,'v an nnusually brisk
EchS hInd C!iupht lne Garment.
E nJJi.pa,pcr fr0m 11,0 pocliCt
k L Zv-lcc cluimn hc hns wit-
hihf.,1 whom hc cau Prove the
f a hearing mmlssioner Twomey
Chearini ai,d .U,C will have
" a d al tl,e ca'HoaL poasi-
1111 Via Burlington Route.
rSulSS0 nlr Avltho"t change.
lH?rns on ro.K car,,lhQt eoes via
SRCU It S ST vrite d et par
jjS' Gen1' AB,., 79
' MYSTERY OF A
Company Refused to Pay the Tuneral
Expenses With His Own
THERE io considerable mystery
uurrouncllng the identity of
Jamc Hogarty, who&c remains,
after being held by Undertaker
O'Donncll for nlqre than a month, were
buried yesterday1. Hogarty was brought
to the Holy Cross hospital in this city
about May 1, from Caliente, v Nov.,
where ho had been employed as a sec
tion foreman by the. San Pedro, Los
Angeles & Salt Lalto Railroad com
pany. He was suffering from typhoid
pneumonia, and died May 11.
The remains were turned over to
Mr. O'Donncll for burial, but the ques
tion arose as to who would bear the
expense. It win found that the man
had had about $63 coming to him from
the railroad company, but the company
officials here refused to turn the money
over to the undertaker. Salt L-ake
county would not stand the expense,
for the reason that Hogarty had not
been a resident of this county. Ef
forts were made by the railroad peo
ple to locate relatives of the doadpian,
but without success. It was under
stood that hc had a cousin In Mon
tana und other relatives in Pennsyl
vania. Telegrams were snt to both
places, but no kith nor kin of the de
ceased could be found.
For the reason that they could get
no authority to deliver up the money
of Hogarty for his burial, the local
officials refused to order the- Interment.
In the meantime the body lay em
balmed In a back room of the O'Don
ncll undertaking establishment. As
far ns could be learned, the man owned
nothing in the world, with tho excep
tion of the credil with the railroad
company, nnd it would have cost more
than the expense of burial to adminis
ter Ills estate. After deducting a com
missary bill of the defendant, the exact
amount found to be due him was 512.05,
The whole" matter was passed up to
the main office of the Sail Pedro road
al Los Angeles. There, after consider
able delay, it was decided that if Mr.
J UDIIlllMI uuiu 1111111.11 mi; uiiij;um
with an indemnity bond he could inter
the remains of the employee, whose
account would be turned over to him.
Tho bond wna furnished on Saturday
and the funeral of the deceased was
held yesterday morning from the un
dertaking parlors Father Morrifcy of
the Roman Catholic church officiating.
The Interment took place In Ml. Cal
James Hogarty was a man about 45
years of age, about 5 feet S Inches In
height. He wore an Iron gray mus
'tache and his hair had a grayish tinge.
His left leg had been broken earlier
in life, just above the knee-joint. The
limb had not been properly set at the
time and Hogarty limped slightly when
CHEAP RATES EAST.
Via Burlington Route.
To Kansas City and return $35,00
To Omaha and return 35.00
To St. Paul and return -12.90
To Minneapolis and return 12.90
To Chicago and return 47.50
To St. Louis and return 42.50
One fare plus $5 for round trip from
Utah points to all Western Passenger
association territory. On sale May 30th,
Slfet and Juno Sth, 9th. Return limit
good until September 16th. Stop-overs
allowed. Write or call on R. F. Ncslcn,
Genl. Agt.. 79 Weyt 2nd South st.
. Used Eggs to Put Out Fire.
BAYSHORE. L. I.. June 12. John Snc
decor reached home just in time to save
his house and his three little children
from being burned. Tho children had been
left alone In one of the rooms on the first
floor with a lighted lnmp. As Mr. Sncde
cor entered the front door he found the
room- afire. He hurled the dozen and a
half eggs ho had bought for supper at
the blaze. The eggs broko nnd retarded
the fire until Mr. Snedecor with a pall of
water from the kitchen extinguished tho
fliimes. When the fire started the three
children ran to the far side of the room
und the fire was between them and the
Report to Police
Won Supposed to Have Been Killed
Reads of His Death and Sur
PUEBLO. Colo.. June 13. J. 11,
Ross and William Stubbs, rail
road section laborers, supposed to
have been in the party which held
up the Denver & Rio Grande train sev
eral daya ago near Glenwood Springs,
arc- in Pueblo. Ross was supposed to
be the robber Who killed himself after
he had been wounded by the pursuing
The police investigated and found that
Rops and Stubbs wore in Pueblo the
night of the crime, having left, the
grading camp where they were work
ing two days before the hold-up. Rosas
made himself known upon rending in
the papers that hc had killed him
self. The dead robber has boon identified
as George W. Kendrlck, who, It i said,
served a term in the Pennsylvania pen
itentiary for a burglary committed at
Doylc-stown. Pa., and who was wanted
for t)ic robbery of the Wells-Fargo ex
press office at Starkhill, N. Y,
Why Sho Sought Divorce.
CHICAGO, Juno 12 Thce arc the woes
of Mabel L. Fcrbuyl, testifying yesterdn
In separate maintenance- proceedings
against Henry J. Ferbuyt:
"Me didn't like my mother's bread, and
hc said hc wouldn't ent It and then throw
It at me. I always was good to him ex
cept when I had to wake him. He Is one
of those men that sleep so soundly that
you have to pound them nnd shake them
to get them up. I had to lift him out of
bed and put him on his feet, and hc didn't
FIRST EXCURSION NORTH
Saturday, June 11,
Via Oregon Short Lilne. One fare for
the round trip to principal Northern
Utah ar.d luano points.
See any Short Line agent for full par
ticulars. City Ticket Office, 201 Main street,
Salt Lake. '
Husband Meets With Cold Reception.
PORTLAND. Or., June 12. After hunt
ing and trapping for nine years In tho
wilds of Alaska, J. A. Hockenbcrry re
turned to Portland to his family. But ho
got a cold reception and was told by his
wife that he had better go back to Alaska.
Hockenbcrry left the house, but leturned
during his wife's absence, loaded a rifle
In the presence of his little son, and then
waited for her. She learned that he was
In the house, and being afraid lo enter
telenhoned to the police from a neighbor's,
but ho escaped.
THE SALT LAKE LODGE OF
Have chosen THE SAN PEDRO LINE
as the official route to PROVO DURING
Montana's "Gold Heel" Girls.
ST. LOUIS. June 12. Thirty-two "gold
heel" girls from Montana have arrived at
the fair and will bo tho feature 'of the
Montana day. Tho girls come from over
aounty and set their name because of
the fact that they ore at tho fair as the
result of the beauty contest. The party
Is chaperoned by Mrs. J. M. White of
THE SAN PEDRO LINE
Has been chosen as the OFFICIAL
LINE for the ELKS DURING CAR
NIVAL WEEK AT PROVO,
Jig Dancing for Schools.
CLEVELAND. O.. Juno 12.-Jlg steps
and the clog danco will be added to the
coin-so in the public schools If the In
ternational Association of Dancing Mas
tors can bring it nbout. William Beau
mont of Little Falls. N.,Y.. has offered a
resolution advocating the teaching of the
steps In tho nchools. on tho ground that
they will insure a race of sure-footed men
3 MA y
the most uniform, old and
a mellow whlshcy la
2 In quality and flavor 11 is
J the finest and maturest
whiskey made. . ,
j nun), j. kiesf.l ,t cb.7
Otfdcn, Utah. Z
A single time is all we ask. There Is
no better beer brewed than '
THE BEER YOU'LL LIKE
It Is invigorating and healthful as a
tonic. None better for a beverage.
That's why our sales increase so enor
mously each year. Quarts or pints In
Adnm Snyder, Agt., 276 S. Main St.
Fred Krug Brewing (Bo.
Omaha's Modol Brewery.
Telephone 1061 Y. SALT LAKE.
Bettor than any Eastern male. Will
coat you leas money. Ask your deal
er for them. Look for our trade
mark. Utah Bedding & M'Fg Co,,
Salt Lake City. Utah.
j OH27- BUCKLE & SON,
835 .SO. MAIN ST.
P. O. Box 383. &alt Lake (Sty.
HflD F5$EE 25 dainty maids of as many nations,
HHB New Pictures "ch Kfi ,hcr cotin,tr's cm-
NPJ 1 "'" blem. Full of snap and c the ff N
H finest set of pictures we have ever . . j S ff
' : . Ol issued you know wliat that 7 stAX?ty4j (L
4 . means. Full set free for 60 fXL
Twphicu coupon. r.w york. ,
Turn the button and vour light is thore
clear, bright nnd steady. Nothing diffi
cult nbout that. It Is clean nnd cconomlr
cal. and gives bettor satisfaction than gas;
besides, it cloes not Injure the eyes, as the.
constant Jumping of the gaslight does.
And Installation Ib our buslnoHH. We car
ry on hand at all limes Electric Supplier
of all klnd.i and do a general electric bus
iness, wiring for the homo and the offlco
being one of our specialties. Why not use
Electric Lights? We'll Install such a sys
tem at small cost Let's give you an es
timate. upon your rennrroments. and you'll
find that we're not steep for the claR of
work we do
I. M HIQLEY & CO.,
Electric Wiring and Fixtures.
100 East First South. Tolcphono 753,
EiWWsl?I!p&1& YOUNG, MIDDLE-
E W i Nag H AGED AND E LD Eft
Si V J la LY, It you are aoxual
V i i Jj RT1 . n ly weak, no matUr
3 1 k'KJ H rom wba.t cause; undo
B ftjfl i& a Bl vclopd; have Btriotura,
liHrimij i CsaffM varicocele, etc,, ME
PERFECT APPLIANCE! will euro you.
No drugs or electricity; 75,000 cured and
fleveJoped. 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Send fir
treo booklet Bent sealed. Guaranteed.
Writ today R. C. Emtnl t, H3 Tbar
Slock. Denver. Colo.
n J SAIUNq w
iffiSra NEW YORK
Y" York, Gibraltar, Naples,
f Superior accommodation. Excellent Cul-
sine. Comfort ot passcneers carefully
considered. Single or Round Trip T!ckot6
6etwqon New York end Scotch, English,
Irish nnd all principal Scandinavian und
Continental points nt attractive rates, Sund
" for Book ol Tours. For tickets or general
information apply Jo any local agent of the
Anchor Lino or
HENDERSON QR0S., Gon'l AgenU. CHICACO. ILL.
IN EFFECT MAY 20. 100C.
LEAVE SALT LAKE. J;3Q. 0:CO, 11:00 a.
m., 1:30. 3.30, 6:30. C:30, 7:30 p. m
LEAVE LuVGOON. 7:30. 10:00 a. m.. 12-00
noon. 2:80, 4 -30. 6:30, S:3u. 10:30 p. m.
Last train leavte Lagoon Sunday 9:30
A. D. PIERSON". Pass. & Ticket Agt.
J. B. BEAN, Excuralon Agt.
OFFICE. 161 MAIN ST.
TIME ' xTEx
Ban Pedro, Los An- Vv5"7fV
Bcles & Salt Lake XPUjyr
H.KTH. Co. m
From Oregon Short Lino depot, Salt Lako
For Provo. Lohl, Fairfield and
Ncphl, Mantl and points on
SnnpetQVney Rin "7:30 a.m.
For Garfield Bench, Tooele,
Stpckton, MamrrOth, Eureka,
and Silver City 8:O0 a.m.
For Provo, American Fork,
Lehl, Juab, Mljford, Frisco,
Calleptca and Intermediate
points T6:05 p.m.
From Provo, American Fork
)ui, . jab, Mllford. Frjsco,
Ca:liiep and Intermediate
puimo Q:35 a.m.
From Provo. Lohl, Fairfield,
Mercur or Sanpeto Valloy
Kyk point v.. C:35 p.m,
From Silver City. "Mammoth.
Eureka, Stockton, TooIo nnd
nnd Garfield Beach r. Bt35 p,m.
Dally Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Ser
vice between Salt Lake, -Milford, Modcria
Direct stago connections for all mlnlnff
dlatrict3 In southprn Utah and Nevada.
City Ticket Office, 201 Main, Street,
E. W. GILLETt! J, L. MOORE,
Gen'l Paos. Agt. pint. Paan. Agt
I A Delightful Place to Visit. H
A Profltablo Place to Live.
Greatest Play Ground on Earth. 1
Famous Places Which Everyone 1
Wants to Sec. I
Invest In a Ticket to CALIFOR- R
NIA and Secure Rich Dividends in k
HEALTH. PLEASURE AND E
Mountalno. Aralley3. Rivers, Lakes d
and Ocean Reached by the ft
Southern Pacific I
1 Company's Lines 1
j 3 For descriptive and Illustrative B
2 literature call at No 201 Main n
1 K Street Salt Lake City. R
j D R GRAY General Agent
Salt Lake & Los Angeles Railway.
In effect May 31st, 1904.
GOING LEAVE RETURNING
SALT LAKE ARRIVE SALT
No. 2, 10:00 a. m. No. 1. 12:30 p. m.
Np. 4, 2:00 p. m. No. 3. 3:30 p. m.
No. 0. -1:00 p. m. No. 5. C:30 p. m.
No. 8. 5:00 p. m. No. 7. 6:30 p. m.
No. 10, C:00 p. m. No. 9. 7:30 p. m.
No. J2. 7:00 p. m. No 11. S:30 p. m.
No. H. S:Q0 p. m. No. 13. 10:00 p- m.
No. 10, 9 00 p. m. No. 1G, 11 p. m.
FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP 25
Sunday, last train leaves Saltalr at 9".30.
J. E. LANGFORD. Lessee.
1 TWO GOOD T1ISES S
M 'A good time lo leave Salt Lake Oitj for St m
a Louis is at 3:15 p. in., when the Turlington Route's I
H daily through sleeper leaves. No hastV breakfast- H
ing; no hurried packing; no running to catch early
p morning street-cars.
g A good time to arrive in SL Louis is at 7:19 m
j a. m., when the Burlington Route's daily through m
m sleeper gets Uicre. Streets not so congested; hotels p
5j not so full; places not so hard to find. jjl
S JmamJPvvri Drop me a postal and I will write M
ppftoj .you nil about it. p
SSgrgjkS K. F. NESLEN, General Agent, S
IMSflWSI 79 W' SEC0N3D S0UTH ST-
Salt Lake City, Utah. B
MWStt "Follow The Flag."
TAKE THE WABASH
THE QMLY LIME
THE WHLIPS FAtm
I MAIN ENTRANCE. J
Phil. P. Hitchcock, Q. A. P. D., Denver, Colo.
ARRIVE. ' W
FtHa PcdeS' Portland, U ItH
Bulie. Szn Francisco. Chi- Ifll lI'IIIH
cago, St. Louis, Omaha, EB f
and Denver .... ' 8:30 anu K
i.m 9c?cn and intcrmcdl- Mll-stlfl
ate polnta....v. 0: 10-a.m. x B WM
From Ogdcn, Cacno A'allcy. H JiiHH
and intermediate points ll;55 a.m IX? i'H
Ti?.i' tSen'. Chicago. St. IIKH
LOUIh, Knnsas City, Oma- nlKZiH
ha. Denver and San Fran- I isH
T.clsco . O.05 p.m.? mS 'H
I-rom Ogdcn, Cncho V?.ilcy. I lil'ilH
St. Anthony, Portland and 1 J
San Fratic&qo 6i55 p.m. I 1 1 'ilH
DEPART. j H flalH
For Ogden, Qmaha, Chicago. S laJ-' isH
Denver, Kansnw City and ffi'llt'H
St. Louis ,.v 7K)0 a.m I iP LH
For Ogden. Portland, St. An- 1 iI?!'i''H
thony, San FrancLsco and R
Intermedialp points 10;20 a.m'. i''lrH
For Ogden, Ornahn, Chicago, H illiH
Denver, Kansas City, St. tl
Louis and San Frnpclgco . 1:10 p.m.
For Ogden, Cacho Valley, C StM
Denver, Kansas City, Oma- I i SLH
ha, St Louis and Chicago 5:45 p.m. Si irialH
For Ogd.cn. Cache Valley. ililsH
Butte. Helena, Portland, h IrH
Ran Fronclscp and Intermc- h fj'hM
dlate polnta 11:45 p.m. -i!1tlslH
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Traffic Mgn ' MlM
D. E. BURLEY. G. P. & T. A. I
D. S. SPENCER. A G. P. & T A. J 1 1H
City Ticket office. 201 Main strept.- rj'HH
I Tolophope250. ; d (H
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LINE
TO ST. LOUIS. i ill
Through car. Salt Lako City o St, ftllB
Louis and Kansas City. Only one changts II
to Now York, Buffalo and -principal points ii'A
East low rates for summer travel. !,3 1 ulslH
Especial attention lo ladles and chil- r I ' '
orep. -i i ' iH
Tourst Bleopers through to Chicago, !M lH
Boston and other points without change. mUt f.H
Two trains dally. A
Inquire at ticket office, 103 Dooly block "m iH
Salt Lake City. Any Information cheer- ' IH
fully given. H C, TOWNSEND, 1 . ilH
G. P. & T. A. Missouri Pacific Ry.. St. JlMH
Louis. Mo. p :
In effect June S. 1S0I. ' Jhl 1 isl
I LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY. wf sal
No. 10 For Bingham. Hobcr, flH-J ftaH
Provo atd Marysvalc S:00 a.m, L'lfiril 'H
No. 102 For Park City 8:15 rum. taJIfHH
No. 6 For Denver and East.,.., 8:50 a.m. Vbfifl IbI
No. 5 For Ogden and Wost...... 10:50 a.pi. Mil tH
No. 1 For Ogden and West 1:45 R.m. i. fttj
No. 2 For Denver and Ea3t. 3:16 p.m. i-jft
No. S For Provo and Eureka.... 5:CO p.m. , 5j i'iiH
No. 11 For Ogdpn and local pts.. t:0o p.m. j pH
No. -I For Denver and Boat S:05 p.m. t '; tH
No 3 For Ogden and West 11 .65 a.m. "Li' J
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY. UJ 'H
No. 6 From Ogdcn and tho East SMO a.m. fjf 4
No. 12 F'rom Ogden and local ptsl0:23 a.m. , I Vjh tH
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo.. 10:00 a.m. Hwi
No. 5 From Denver and East. ..10M0 a.m. (vft!- IH
No, 1--Frbm Denver ar.'i East... 1:35 p.m. 7M jftH
No, t from Ogden and West..,. 3:05 p.m. J ft? itH
No. tui -From Park City 5:15 p.m. " , ,H
No 9-From Bingham, Hcber, it
Provo and Marysvale 6:00 p.m. H I
No, 4 From Ogdcn and the West 7:55 p.m. s
No. 3 From Denver and East.. JlM5 p.m. ' 8l j
All train except Nos. 1 to C stop at in- ' , (
tcrnicdlatc oolnts. 'U'jli
Ticket office, Dooly Block. ,
'Phono 205. ) Hi i isH
I. A. BENTON, G. A. P. D. j 9
Cheep Rates to
St. Louis f. I
yiND OTRESE VLl;
3-TRAINS DiILV-3 'l
(TFe can save you" money, Wrlto me. f.
C. F. WARREN, General AgeaC IS
111 Docly Block. Salt Lake City. 5
'Tisthe "Comfort Linn 'p ' Jjl
ON THE POPULAR i II jH
HENDERSON' ' M I
ST. LOUIS ' ;i!H
THE EHST AND- IB
AS WE AJIE THE ORIGINATOR5 f
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