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; ' IjAKE IHIBTrisnE: WEDNESDAY MOBIG, JUNE 15, 3904. 9 MH
1 FOB ITS FAKE
iolefte Wheel Pays
jl Danish Laborer Deposits
W Honey for Family to Come
t i ilttT Unking Sure of Disposition o
to the Festivities.
. QR a E(ory of human Interest go
Silliw I" thc denots or llcket mces r
'VKl the railroads any day and there
& Pi It win 1,0 found' H"mor' "rloC
waKr.a romance arc always ready. There
n bliVthc bride going away amid thc show-
Anir of rlco or tho black covered wagon
Sk'itll&ckcd up to thc platform. In the sec-WPl-class
room the scenes arc full of
. 'Ktitchcs and laughter, and this goc3
STjfL ir by day.
Ticket for Family.
rjirlv yesterday morning there rolled
to the local ticket offlce of the Short
IRK iJne a Danish laborer, who had evi
IF. ftntly been celebrating. He knev just
4 Ivhat he wanted, however, and told tho
i Wun about it- He had been risking; his
4 Cages thc night before across the rou
ii tte board and, strange to rejatc, he
fPl & e?5apel with about $200. Instead
4 of expending the sum In riotous living
1 he awaited the coming; of day and
J Iwhen thc ofilcc opened he deposited
s 'with the ticket agent cash enough to
4 Wure a ticket from Copenhagen to
A ! Salt Lake for his wife and two little
k'4 : children.
fj Returns to Festivities.
leii- ft The ticket agent sees that the proper
lrpl, through the Copenhagen agent,
122 fgtts furnished with the transportation.
i'arrf the man has no trouble at all ex
'I Icept to meet the little family when the
r'a tlfmlted pulls in.
'V Probably realizing this he tucked thc
a 'receipt In his pocket und, joining- arms
' $t-lth a friend, he went off to a nearby
a mart to continue his Interrupted fes
" irirlty. But the agent In Copenhagen
" will do trie rest and some day soon
'Msltorfi wh happen to be at the Short
' u ' Line depot may see the sequel in tho
u.n ir.tellng of this long-separated family.
jl $ N'EW YORK, June I1.-Dr George G
H iRarabauU. who Is at the head of a pastcur
H I institute In this city. Is reported to have
a 4bfn Mrlouflly wounded by thc accidental
,tJI.chftrKo of his ahotgun In a boat on Sar
y lanac lake. New York. One of his legs Is
H lEald to havo been badly shattered.
NEW YORK. Juno It. About 150 of tho
htJ 5 rate steerage pnssengers booked for
M IftUadelphla which which that steamer
r.y . Kas unable to accommodate, -were wrought
i . :he today- on the lied Star line steamer
' Zetland from Antwerp.
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H . i NEW YORK. June ll.-Credltors have
,JJ t 'Sled petitions in bankruptcy against M
;U : Sampler, Sons & Co.. manufacturers of
U ;, tJoth1r..cr. and, tho Cupid Clothing com
W Tny. The llrst named Is one of the old
jll :t In the trado here.
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Ht ;? XEW YORK. June 14. Miss Annie.
V ! daughter of Robert Tcddmon. a wealthy
V , Iniarance broker, who camo here two
i ' ;Tf?rs, ag0 from Denver, Colo., has rc
.i l?lvcd a bullet wound at the hands of her
' ; "ttisn-ycar-old brother, -which probably
;U ; yll prove fatal. The shooting was accl-
J! :.'EW YORK. June U.-Thc old Hoffman
ti ' .t5-31! the old and a larger part of
j V "otd-whlch has been for over thirty
' iva. l"c '"formal headquarters of the
f l?,a!oaQl Democratic committee and one
m ii , . Greatest resorts for turfmen in tho
-jj y' ,s aboul t0 bo torn down and rebuilt.
ia i?r-0LN' Jun0 H.-MIms Martha 13.
o ?ml 51 ycanJ of aBc and for many years
'r ?lncJ1t ,n church, social and women s
,5 j,ciJb. circles, has been arrested hero on
-) '?Tlt.charfe of forgery arid Is now In Jail.
nnUorne.vs' 11 13 stated, hold notes for
,'lctlon against Mlgg Lur.n amounting
jl :iw more than JOOO. "
:K lt mJX, Y0,1lK' J,In "--A verdict for
wlth interest for ono year and
W rtSA n "wntb4. maklnp a total of $l,100.CO0.
t?0 "'"mod by a Jury before Justice
It "if '5tr. oi '.hc Supreme court, in UroOk
iJ" l,2f twai, In the suit of Morris M. En-31-
' .i "Sauist Gen. Louis Fitzgerald, for
V,Sth Sflcw rendered In brlnglnp: about thft
lUnv. Pi,1'10 Western Maryland railroad to
'jm!!1? an, American disease. Is cured by
-'Hv.n, 5rc'tn. medicine, orlKlnatcd and
'5ftjWirtd ,n, tno moal catarrhal of Amcr-
':Wm t? courlti les. f
"'Hi4 ?i mcdclnc Is Hood's Sarsaparllla
it,,. CiVrea radlcall' and permanently, In
;l5Iuii 1 rcmows tho cause, clcanalnc tho
vWfc ?! scrUous and all other IrrTpiirl
'Wu7;k . overcomes all tho effects of ca-
' 'iJR'tJoL ' builds up tho wholo Hy.i-
JWORLD'S FAIR EXCURSIONS
;J 1 Via Denver & Rio Grande.
ii Ul o:.Louls aTld return $42.50
?iU rl fct Louis and return via Chl-
or vice versa , M 00
?wVh "cekf tCS Tueday and Fr,d"y of
JJ i Blqp-oyors allowed.
m fSiml5n,l'i.da7' from datc f sale.
3 :ti si ,lman,andI jurist lceperi- through
S WUn'V,th?iIl,chanBC- Choice o
M l11 Sec any D. r, g. agent.
,,n3i"Ur TabePwS ,flI,Ure' 0Very loaf beara
JSI-ctri. o i ltn the crown. At all gro
at - tlrat-c'asa restaurants.
H Got Something on Your MindP
-flpu donM5L ir our,Iilan straw hats.
jK ntCd any further advice from
SH0WN' TERRY & WOODRUFF CO
affg' - 166 Main St. "
SHORT LINE PERFECTS "
ITS DEPOT PLANS
Bancroft Gives Pleasing- News on
Completion of the Prelim
inaries. VICE-PRESIDENT WILLIAM it.
BANCROFT of the Short Line,
in a talk with The Tribune es
tcrday, gave official notice of tho
completion of land purchases nnd all
the preliminary work Incident to the
new union depot at the foot of South
Temple street. Not only this, but with
thc removal of tho shops and sheds
from the site and thc fact that pro
ceedings In the condemnation of land
will soon be accomplished, work on the
'depot proper will begin next year and
rushed to completion.
Many people havoybeen under the Im
pression that all that was required to
start this work was thc actual con
struction, but the most Important part
to tho railroad officials was the secur
ing of land and nrranglng for thc re
moval o the many buildings now on
fiimbering thc slto. According to thc
vice-president this land has been bought
and the linal le-il condemnation mat
tjrs arc well In hand, so that nothing
now remains but tn'get tho site all
cleared. The commencemen: of work
on the shops at North Salt Lake ia
the first step In this direction, as the
rew buildings wll enable Lhe compnnv
to tear down the present plant near thc
local depot and thus clear away that
part of the ground. The next step w ill
bft the removal of the freight termi
nals from their present location on the
northwest corner of Third West and
First South to tho southeast corner oi
Fourth West ami First South. This
v. ill mean that the freight, offices will,
be at that corner und all freight tracks
will be removed from the prei-ent loca
tion. The freight yard will ulso ex
lend diagonally through the old Gar
field depot block and teams for freight
Unfile will have a wide entrance to tho
yards at Second South and Third West,
diagonally opposite thc Cosgrlf; a are
house. Thus It tan be seen that thc
freight traffic and tracking will be en
tirely removed from thc new depot,
which will have lis entrance at South
Temple, as heretofore explained.
From now on, says Mr. Bancroft, the
work will be kept up and It will not
be vei'y long before the reBtiltr, will be
It might be added that the Short
Line has. purchased a vast amount nf
land in all quarters to bo effected by
tV.is change and when the whole yard
is perfected the terminal wiJI be ono of
tho most valuable and convenient in
tho intermountain country. It will tak
several years to finish tho complete
plan, but there wll! be no cessation
until the depot, shops', freight sheds
and yard trackage :tre nil rcs'dy for
operation, giving to Salt Lake n termi
nal for the Harrlmun sstem of which
s owners and officials may well feel
FIRST TRAIN WILL
RUN OUT. TODAY
Salt Lake Koute Inaugurates Its Ser
vice to Snn Bernardino.
"Thc first train of the' Salt Luke
route will he operated Into San Ber
nardino tomorrow," said General
Freight and Passenger Agent E. W.
Glllett of that company yesterday. Mr.
Glllett has just returned from a visit
to Los Angeles, where hc was looking
after traffic at that end of the line.
"When I left," he continued, 'plans
had been perfected for the change and,
starting today, regular train service
wll! be established to San Bernardino.
Mr. Glllett says that, business on the
line Is very good and the road hus vn
excursion every day. Now that train
service Is to be still further extended
It will mean a still greater amount of
excursion business and the out'ok for
local traffic on the main lino and tho
brr.nches is very bright.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
INeldenJudson Drug Co,
CIGABS A SPECIALTY.
POSTOFFICE BOX 370.
EDW. C. SMITH. Pres.
JOHN P. COBB. Vlce-Pres. &. Mgr.
JNO- J. JUDSON. Tress.
F. 1 PEARL, Sec.
io Great Bonutlflor
and Skin Tonic,
Used by lcadluc actrtr,
Dec re hail women of tbo ellti
clcty or two continent fot
ore than a quarter of I
It Is tho only preparation har
lui; the unqualiObd vnUorto
iQonta of pliralclaus and rec
ommended by tbcm to In
orenne llrm. healthy
Jloh o:i tbln, hollowed
checks and nock without
thn uso of liquid m?dlclnei
nnd tonic. IIBMOVKS
WIlIXKIiKS from the
, (tee and hands, no caattor
lo- iWd thc furron-.
DEVICLOPS THE IMMATURE BUST
ind vlll restore a breast to Its natural beaut
tod jjoniou lot tbroush alcl:pcfl or curding,.
SPECIAL" OFFER Tbc or Dr.
mm., i . , 7. Cl,,ril"' K,e,h rwJ 11
(1 OO a box, but to Introduce It Into thousand oi
wrr homes wo have decided to oend two (2) boxci
VJ HJ nwer tbln ndTortlsoniont nnd send ui
' A" ""tCkJrc4 aro tent in plain wrapper,
On sale nt F. J. 11111 Drug Co.. COc a box.
Also other druggists and department
;pCP" A samplft box Just nnonjjb to convlnct
net jou of tbo jtreot merit of Dr. Cbarlr
flesh Food will Ikj ent freo for 10 conts, whlcl
injB for cot of laalllnt;. Wo will also tend yol
ur lUustrated boot, "Art' of Mawacr;," whlel
ODtalns all tbc proper moTemcntH for luaBsnglui
be face, neck nod arm. ADd full dlrvctlon-j fol
Icvcloplnc tbo -bust." Address
la, CHARLES CD..I08 Ful1oa-st..HewYorK.
Thtough the SkSa
TO TttB BLOOD. nip??!
Sonie,of the most stubborn diseases enter into the fef S
system through thc pores of the skid. The juices of JMp
Poison Oak and Ivy and other noxious wild plants when 1 SiSSfeiiks
taken into the circulation, break out afresh each season v iElH6&
and linger on for years unless antidotcd and driven' out HP?fe
of the system.
Dye Poisoning from wear
ing colored under-clothing poison oak pop. eight yeaes.
and hosiery is of frequent oc- When eighty earn old I waB poisoned by hand
CUrrencc. Poison oak, and It would break out on mo
Workers in Lead, Brass, olmmondedl kV1? yeari' Somo one ro'
, . . ' " ' commonaea 3. S. S., which curod mo complotolv.
and other metals arc often and I have soon no triena of tho eruptions for bov
poisoned by thc chemicals eral Eoaoono. MRS. A. N. BENNETT
and acids used in polishing, Tocooa, Georffla.
and the dust and filings settling upon the skin. The diseases that enter the
system by absorption or through the pores are as deep-seated and dangerous
as any, and cannot be reached by washes, salves, soaps or other external
Sf remedies. The blood must be purified before getting
CC7 (Co permanently rid of the disease. S. S. S. acts upon
hH k! the Dlood' riddln il; of the original poison and rc
5 storing it to a healthy, normal condition.
S. S. S. is guaranteed entirely vegetable' and an
um-ivalcd blood purifier. With all impurities removed from the blood the
sores and eruptions disappear from the skin. Write us should you desire
medical advice or any information about your case ; this will cost you noth
1US' THE SWBFT SPEGBFBG CO., ATLANTA, GAo
r we treat and mE fii i
I fflSlWvT OATARKU Defifncs. Nojo and Throat L lrCWS. 3
i Troubles, Kyo and Ear Ulseasw. Bronchlnl fA, "v.. -JHfcDiil H
ijSjHrTr ond Lune Trcublcn. Asthma, Stomach, Llr- Vifflb ScSill
iWB'tl' Sr or and Kidney Dlseasos. l)laddjr Troubles, t& " ffiKjflft
jS(0j " Fenialo Complnlnu. Cbronlo DUcascs of 4TJ 'yWifjt
i3kV2 '"WL Women nnd Children. Heart Disease, Nor- . r Vmfl
I B r. V on4 DlMiiai, Choroa, tSU Vitus' Danco), U v
Klclrjeto, tsplnal TroubU, 8Uiu Diseases, 7V--S4 iir1
V f Soltiloa and Ilbeumatlsm. Diseases of the tyky&fi dV
i Bowols, Piles. Fistula nDdRootal Trouble, (yVtK1
A &r Goitre (or bU nook), Blood Diseases, Tape
A ( s Worm. Hay Kever Hysteria, Kpilepiy. In- . yP!t&-ry
$m!x5?- V , Va. somnla, oto., and all Nervous. Private and J FSB'wivur
SftvJrg5j Ohronlo Dl4a5es. Consultatlou Free. J$?&'
In all prlvalo dlsonteJ ol men. to show cur Ji
222- ' good fallh and skill, vta are alwraji willing lo
dhl. jl, j. BHoiirs. Mtlt lor wt leo until a euro ii oHecled. nn, o. w. naoais.
rr;L6'srr,: weak menaj:"1..I
I thorough. Kot ono oi 5T ?.lal?? I
Q our patlontH has ever liVi?",' "i fu I
S nad u rol.apso ancr Bo called "Weakness" In men U rooroly ?lf ir- i.SL? 7 ' a
H bolns dlsoharced as symptom of cbronlo Inflammation In f. r.m;i? M
N cured, and no cure In tho prostato Rland, broupbt on by early lL 'lZ7,Jr ffl
I law tlmo than tho or- dissipation or by tho Improper treat- c nt'Oo tri Batmen t for
E dlnory forms of treat- moat of some contracted disease. A 5 " "case heinjf em-
II mont require. oompleto and radical ouro Is. therefore. P'oyea n
, . : a question of rcstorldu tho prostate I
gland to Us normal Btalo, ond this wo '
c-trir ntnnrt Pnknn accomplish promptly nnd coroplotOly Spcrma t orrh ooq.
SpeCIlIC BI000 P01S0D. tnout the uso of Internal romodlos. Gonorrhoea, Syphl- :
I Our treatment Is a local pno entlroly. lis. Stricture, I'll od,
to drlvo tbo virus to It la original and eelenUllo. and has jy(Mt iMnnhood, Ur- 1
the in'.orlor. but harm- been proven abiolutcly enectlvo by drocolc, S o in I n u 1 I
leas, blofrd-olcauslni; thousands of tests. We are convinced "Woakucss. etc., aro
romedlcs. that romovo that by no other mothods can full and qJro nroonc; the dl.
tbo last poisonous permanent restoration of stroDgth and aenaca nve oure to
tint, vigor b accompushed. stny cured. I
HOME CURES BY IWIT. I
We make a specialty of onrlnji patienla by mall. Wo havo cured thousands vrhi have
never eeen us personally If yon are afflicted rnd cannot call, write us for Hdvlce and tm y mp- B
torn blanks and wo will gladly idrlso you regarding your case, freo of cbargo.
Office llotus: B . m. to 6 p.m.: Evenings. 7 to 8. Sundays and Holidays, 10 n. m. M 11. 3
DRS, SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, "aax fj
"When you buy jewelry
or a watch. The pleasure
in knowing- that you have
the best made, constitutes
the great part of the value
Tho Best Goods.
S Keep Comfort- I
I able With I
j Talcum B
M There is nothing- that is such a 1
H help to comfort in hot weather aa
w a good talcum powder, and we be- I
i lleve ST. JOHN'S TALCUM
P POWDER to be uiiRurpaseed for S
H general excellence. It Is prepared
In two odore, violet and rose, the E
H price belnpr the same for each.
1 25 CENTS. I
W.H. Dayton Drug I
1 Company ;
S Cor. 2nd So. and State. Tel. 552. E
Batter than any Eastern xnstk. Will
cost you ltu money. Ask your deal
er tor them. Look for our trade
mark. Utah Bedding & WVg Co.,
Salt Lata City, Utah.
DR. C. W. HIGGINS.
Has ono of the very latest X-Ray rn4
Electrical Machines In his offlco.
Electric Baths nnd nil of the very lateat
treatments given. In the most scientific
Microscopic Medical Institute
C. W. Higgins, M. D., Ugr. and Prop.
ST. ELMO HOTEL,
Corner Main and Third South
Has practiced In Salt Lnko City for tTreo-ty-flve
years, and tho wonderful nnd'-well-eolabllohed
cures ho has elTccted in that
tlmo prove the scientific principles on
which his medicines aro compounded.
Forming diagnosis by tho aid of tho mi
croscope enables him to detect the pri
mary cause of dlGcases and offect a
radical cure. The doctor has cured thou
Rnds of cases of
Nervoua Debility, Mental nnd PhysU
col Weakness and Nottovs
And Trill forfolt 55W ror stny case taken
under his trcatmovi -which ho falls to
All classes of private diseases cured and
all old, lingering diseases, which vitiate
the blood and Impair the system, thor
oughly and permanently cured. Liver and
kidney comolalnt cured. All classes of
fits cured. Tapeworm removed with head
or no pay. Offlco hours, 10 to 3:S0 and 7 to
t v. m.
Please send for a list of questions to
Dr. C. W. Hlcarlns, Salt Lake City. Utah.
j A Remarkable I
I We are making a special ofTer 9
to big- nnd little shavers which H
I cannot be equaled elsewhere. AVe m
H will sell thc- 'famous Gillette H
ffl Safety razor, with twelve blades, S
jgj for $5. When theae blades be- H
H come dull through constant use,
H we will give you fix new blades H
ffi for thc twelve old ones, nnd H
H when the six aro Avorn out, we R
M will lveiyou three new blades 9
H for the six old onc3, In reality H
H giving you twenty-one blades for H
M J5. This Is at
I SCHRAMM'S I
I Where the Cars I
I Stop, I
Turn the button and your light Is there
clear, bright and steady. Nothing diffi
cult about that. Jt Is clean and economi
cal, and gives better satisfaction than gas;
besides. It does not Injure the eyes, as the
constant Jumping of tho gaslight does
And Installation Is our business. Wc car- I
ry on hand at all times Electric Supplies
of all kinds nnd do a genoral electric bus
iness, wiring for the homo and the office
being one of our specialties. Why not uae
Electric Lights? We'll lnstnl snch a sys
tem nt small cost. Let's give you an es- '
Umate upon your requirements, and you'll
find that we're not steep for tho class of
work we do.
I. M. HIQLEY & CO.,
Electric Wiring and Fixtures.
100 East First South, Telephone 7S3.
" ::::fh REGULARLY
- mm NEW YORK
Y tew York, Gibraltar, Naples.
I Superior accommodation. Excellent Cul-
sine. Comfort o passengers carefully
considered, Slnglo or Round Trip Tickets
ootween New York nnd Scotch, Encllsh,
J Irlshjind all principal Scandinavian nnd
f Continental points at attractive rates. Send
u for Book or Tour. For tickets or genoral
Information apply to any local agent of tho
Anchor Lino or
HENDERSON BROS., Gon'l Agenli. CHICAGO. ILL.
Salt Lako & Los Angeles Railway.
In effect May 31st, 1004.
GOING LEA VE RETURNING-'
SALT LAKE ARRIVE SALT
No. 2. 10 00 a. m. No. 1, 12:30 p m.
No. 4. 2:00 p. m. No. 3. 3:30 p. in.
No. G. -J:W p. m. No. 5. fi.30 p. m
Iso. 8. 6:00 p. m. No. 7, 0:30 p. m.
No 10, 6:00 p. m. No. 9, 7:30 p. m.
No. 12. 7:00 p. m. No. 11. S.30 p. m.
No. H. S:00 p. m. No. 13. 10:00 p. m.
No, 16. 9:00 p. m. No. 15, 11 M5 p. m.
FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP 25
Sunday, Inst train leaves Saltalr at 9:30.
J. E. LANG FORD. Lessee.
New antJ olegant In ail lta appointment i
2S0 rootatf, olnclo or en aulto, 61 rooms with
t&ULi O. fi. Holmes, ProprUtar,
Ban Pedro, Los An- VVfV
gelos & Salt Lako XPU
R. R. Co.
From Oregon Short Line depot, Stdt La&
For Provo. Lehl. FalrrlM and
NephI, Mantl and points on
Sanpete Valley Ry 7:30 .m.
For Garfield Beach. Tooele,
Stockton, Mammoth, Eurokn.
and Silver City 8KH a.m.
For Provo, American Fork,
Lehl, Juab, Mllford, Frisco,
Cnllontea and Intermediate
points , '6:05 p.m.
From Provo, Amorlcan Fork,
I Lh. i jab, Mllford. Frisco,
C21nteB and Intermediate
pointo,-. 9:33 turn.
1 From Provo. Lhl, Ifalrflold,
VIercur st"I Sanpcto Valley
Ry. points 5:35 p.m.
From Silver City, Mnmraoth,
Buroka, Stockton, Tooele and
and Garflflld Beach...-. 5s85 p.m.
Dally Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Ser
, vlco between Salt Lake, Mllford, Modcna
Direct stage connections for all mlntns
districts In southern Utah and Nevada
City Ticket Offlco, 201 Main Street.
, Tolephono 250.
IB. W. GILLETT. J.' L. MOORE,
Gon'l Pass. Agt. Plat. Pass. Agt.
3 A Delightful Plnco to Visit.
1 A Profltahlo Placo to Live. n
H Greatest Play Ground on Earth. M
H Famous Places Which Everyone jl
El Wants to See H
Invest In a Ticket to CALIFOR- H
M NIA nnd Secure Rich Dividends in H
I HEALTH, PLEASURE AND
0 Mountains. Va'.lcys, Rivers, Lakes
H nnd Ocean Reached by the
1 Southern Pacific I
I Company's Lines 1
Pfi For descriptive and Illustrative H
W literature call at No. 201 Main a
H Street. Salt Lako City, H
g D R GRAY, General Agent. B
IN EFFECT MAY 30, 1904.
LEAVE SALT LAKE. 6:3-). 9:00. 11:00 a.
m.. 1:30. 8.30, 5.30. 6.30. 7:30 p. m.
LEAVE LAGOON. 7:20, 10:00 a, m.. 12:00
noon, 3:20, 4:30, 0:30. 8:30. 10:30 p. m.
Last train leaves Lagoon Sunday 5:30
Fare for rfG
A. D. PIERSON, Pass. & Ticket Agt.
J, B. BEAN, Excursion Agt.
OFFICE. 161 MAIN ST.
J J. W. OURRIE, ' I
Qj 79 W, 3rd South, Salt Lake City.
I A" good time to leave SaltXjvke Qitj for' St. ' H
9 Louis is at 3:15 p. m., when the Burlington Route's J
I daily through sleeper leaves. No hasty breakfast-
ing; no hurried packing; no running to catch early m
morning street-cars. m
A good time to arrive in St. Louis is at 7:19 1 H
a. m., when the Buiiing'ton Route's daily throueh g
sleeper gets there. Streets not so congested; hotels Eg
p uot so full; places not so hard to find. H
g tSjTiggCTTrCT'CTiMiiyjvq Drop me a postal and I will write I
1 llnS WlSuaBl you n aDout it. I
ISi K' F NESLEN General Agent, 1
Slilii a lllll tMlSffl 79 W SEOND SOUTH ST., 9l
c1rNM1 Ticket Office, H
E2S! Salt Lake City, Utah. H
"Follow The Flag."
TAKE THE WABASH I
THE ONLY LINE
k TI1E WOULU'S PAIK
Phil. P. Hitchcock, Q. A. P. D., Denver, Colo.
R.mt BdcS Portland, M IH
Butto. Sar. Francisco. Chi- Efi 5 ''H
'TKt' Tj0Ul3' Omaha, M t
and Denver 8;30 ItliH
it C?e?cn and mtcrmcdl- ; iDH
ato points o.m n. BRsffl
From rjgden. Cache Vailcy. j MM
and Intermediate points.....' U:55 a,m. llfrH
Prom Ogden, Chicago, St. HH
Louis. Kansas CU?, Omal IfMH
ha. Denver and San Frnn- HP
T:,clsco-- d:05 p.n. f ! iH
From Ogden, Cache Vhiley, Ifi MH
St. Anthony, Portland and 1" i
San Francisco 6:55 p.m, ) friflH
DEPART. Mi ; i'H
For Ogdon, Omaha, Chicago, P' Bl
Denver, Kansas City and $T'
St Louis 7:00 a.m llrH
For Ogden, Portland. St. An- m 1 'H
thnny, San Francisco and I Ml l-H
Intermediate points 10:20 a.m. m ;!-,H
For Ogden, Omaha, Chicago, fMIu iH
Denver, Kansas City. St. Ilf ( H
Louis and San Francisco.. 1:10 p.m. ff M
For Ogden, Cache Vnllcy, M f'H
Denver, Kansas City, Oma- M 1 M
ha, St Lcula and Chicago. 5:45 p.m.
For Ogden, Cache Valley, fit H
Butte. Helena, Portland, M
San Francisco and Intcrmc- IllitiilH
dlnto points 11:45 p.m. Bp ': rH
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Trafflo Mgr. fiij '
D, E. BURLEY. G. P. & T. A. M -
D; S. SPENCER. A- G. P. & T. A. Tfifl
City Ticket office. 201 Main street W
Telephone 250, m fM
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LINE
TO ST. LOUIS. I t'H
Through car, Salt Lako City 10 St. ' 1 ;
Loulb and Kansas City. Only one chango i yt lH
to Now York, Buffalo and principal points 'I Iji 1H
East low rates for summer travel. 1 jf 1 nH
Especial attontion to ladles and chll- S) . yM
'dren. Ml l
Tourist sleepers through to Chicago, vii KH
Boston and other points -without change. Tj I jH
Two trains dally. r '
Inquire at ticket office, 103 Dooly block. Ai ',
Salt Lake City. Any Information cheer- HAi -
fully given. H C. TOWNSEND, 1
G. P. & T. A. Missouri Pacific Ry., St. hi!- 'M
Louis, Mo. jip. j
In effect June S, 1901. la d
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY. j M $
No. 10 For Bingham, Heber. ir 'H
Provo and Marysvalc ... 8:00 a.m. , M. 'H
No. 102 For Park City 8:15 a.m. 'j' i
No. 6 For Denver and East 8:50 a.m. I :
No. & For Ogden nnd West 10:G0 a.m. 'T'
No. 1 For Ogder. and West 1:45 p.m. ,
No. 2 For Denver nnd East 3-15 p.m. Stiji a
No. 8 For Provo and Eureka 5.C0 p.m. tvfl
No 11 For Ogden and local pis.. C:ffipm. H i ZiH
No. A For Donvcr and East 8:05 p.m. ' ' isH
No. 3 For Ogden and West 11:53 a.m. . jTH
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY. 1. 8
No. 6 From Ogden and the East S-.-10 a.m. 4t- - ;H
No. 1-2 From Ogden and local ptsl0:25 a.m. t!li 'M
No. 7 From Euroka and Provo.. 10:00 a.m.
No. 5 From Denver and East.. .10:40 a.m. rtVi
No. 1-From Denver and East... 1:35 p.m. tAp,
No. -crom Ogden nnd AVcst.... 3:03 p.m. ki 1
No. 1U1 -From Park City 5:15 p.m. I'fi ' H
No. fl-From Bingliam, Heber, 1 LH
Provo and Maryovale, 6:00 p.m. ; ' ?H
fj0. 4 From Ogden and the West 7:55 p.m. rl
No. 3 From Denver and East... 11:45 p.m. v. ' iH
AH train except Nos. 1 to 6 atop at In- 3i IH
tcrmedlato points. ptl FH
Tlckot office, Dooly Block. Wi f,M
'Phone 205. J H
I. A. BENTON, G. A. P. D. U
Cheap Rates to III
St. Louis I I
jJLND OTHER EASTERN POINTS VX1)
3-TRiINS DiILY-3 nl
fOTa can save you money. Write ma. Olll
C. F. WARREN. General Ageijt f J
dl Dooly Block, Salt Lako City. Sl fl
Tis the Comfort Lia H
eMRlR eHRS ;
ON THE POPULAR I'j
BETV'EEN. li I
5T. LOUIS 'H
LOUISVILLE 1 IH
THE ERST AND (
AB WE ARE THE ORIGINATOR V,
OF FREE RECLINING CHAIR - C
CAR SERVICE BETWEEN 1 i j
BT. LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE. , !
DON'T YOU THINK IT WOULD ih
PAY YOU. IN TRAVELING TO i
"GET THE IFENDiSRSON ROUTS I L' I
HABIT?' IT WILL US. (,.
ASK US HBUT IT ' 'HAH
HS O. LTNTJSAY, General Ajjentn' ip-)''
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