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I The Baut Lake Tjubxhsil: jbthday MokotGt, July I , 90 ! ii j !j j ' 1 j M
V HOME SAVED BY
j FIW0!N60LD DEED
kJij Soff. nn Elderly Salt Lake City
19f ;: Couple Narrowly Escaped
'tB ,HILE many caees of pathetic In
H lerest are bnBht t0 llBht in
$tc W court records and proceedings.
" u fs perhaps true trial almoat a
Wi r of iual interest are passed upon
SmS 151 Jmlnent attorneyo which never
it,Vgj lffl 0ne of this class in
rSd couple h-Pl .n
'' ant came very near losing their
W uc only Property that Is left
i-Y' u-hen they are unable to even cam
5?J " rh I IStaln life, was revealed
3J?I jSay accident to a Tribune rep-
tfanTMr, George Ciissold, and
Po?4 n years old respectively, live in a poor
4d t e cottage- on Third street, which s
aaS-f k only property they can call their
jn't-Jrl ' Both are too decrepit to work.
virtually their only Income Is a
i. ? Sine provided them by the county
! Sles. together with such assist--I!
!S2 as is rendered to them by the
f.Mh aid other friends. While the
vifr wW rent, and the little- plot of
tt ffir i becoming comparatively valua
iy ?i' valuable enough at least that it was
- K? J"d bv an alleged friend of the o d
Tl Se who. according to the story told
m Clissold. would have taken it
a from them without giving anything in
-&nt tory came out when Mrs. rClls-
II ' Jii went to an attorney a few days ago
U ll Scd complained that a lady was threat
N N !-ir.K to take possession of the Clissold
' M kanit Then the old lady told how sav
ll years ago she had been induced
V br the woman to make a will deeding
51 i tc hr young daughter the house and
i im the property having bem in the
' Ijlj-g of Mri. Clissold. Afterward the
r daughter died and then the woman, ae
I ' wrding to the story told, represented
j to Mrs Clissold that unless the prop
f i ly wfl9 deeded to' some one else the
J relatives of Mr. Clissold would gain
i : roiJtfslon of it and che would be with-
out a home. Mrs. Clissold listened to
I'1 there representations, she sold, and
deeded the property to the woman, who
) oon began to display anxiety to come
4 iolo her possession
i The attorney went to the home to ln-
5 quire further Into the case, and in ex-
6 amlnlng the papers of the old couple,
? 8 he came across a deed, regularly ack
nowledged and antedating the deed al
leged to have been given to the woman,
by which Mra Clissold had assigned the
l;- -property to her husband. The old lady
' had forgotten the existence of this deed,
i and she was overjoyed when the attor
ney told her it Invalidated the deed to
the woman, for neither document had
! ' jet been recorded. No time was lost
' . n placing the deed to the husband on
J HAVE NO RIGHT TO
S v CLOSE UPJHE ALLEY
I In the suit brought by Ezra Thomp
son, Spencer Clawson et al., against
' . P, W Madsen, H. L. A. Culmer, et al.,
the final decree, rendered by District
'Judge Hall, was filed In the County
i Recorder's office yesterday. This suit,
II which lias been before the courts for
it yeare, and in which much interest has
?yi tn taken by the general public, Jn
IV .volvcs the question of right-of-way to
5 the alley running through block 70 from
ESrt Second South street and coming
j out on Commercial street.
About eighteen months ago the de
fendant. Culmer. closed the north, or
Commercial street, entrance of the al
i ley and refused permission to the plain
; tiffs, who are abutting property owners
1 '. cn the alley, to use the. same. Suit was
! then brought to determine the rights
i of the plaintiffs in the street. Judge
; ' Hall decided against the defendants.
" ar.d held that they had no right to close
the Alley against the plaintiffs. When
the casv has been decided by the Su-
(! prcme oourt or the time for appeal has
elapafid. then the plaintiffs will make
- an effort to have the alley paved.
Caseo Set for Today.
DISTRICT COURT. -f
nivlBion No. 1 Judso Hell. -.
I: -f Division No. 2 Judge Stewart. j -f
. No court. -
- Division No. 5-Judgc Morse, -fc
I -,, Xo setting.
.' Division No. i-Judgo .Lewis, -.
"o court. i -f
CITY COURT. -.
Civil Dlvlsion-Judgo Tanner.
;' . 10 a in.-Shepard vs. Richardson, -f
7 vV 2 P- m "Sounders vs. Anderson; -f-
jr Cook va. Clbbon. -f.
h Court Notes.
L R.Siiairlc',s nialc. a rarmer of RIvcrton.
v,lL. L?kc county, yesterday nd In the
al .court a Petition in voluntary
. inVh?SUplcy- H,s statement of liabilities
S sccuj-ed claims uinountlng to
rZu'r ""secured claims of $2521 and un-
nnl3,,0.70-01' making a total of
L tnV. VhlIi n,!1 ,lsets comprlHe real ei
t tit va,uccl ot "300 and personal pron-
idnL!Imount,ne t0 S22?- th mtter boing
ttSSlora exceptcd from division among
Ha'?rilfiJ JIyle"..,,a.3 hVRht suit agnjnat
t rJili M; B"11 01 al- lo qlet tltlo to
i or;. Property In r.ccthu 3. town
I n?tr-alQnouUl oC ranK 1 wcot' Salt Lake
' lnSUii l0, n.u.lc,L tll,e t0 n P'cco or land
i Wock C5. plat lb, was instl
' In c l4?e I?l'rlct court yesterday by
lievnAi;.. .ewman against Nelson E,
"eynolds, etc., et nl.
' ctni ?r! ,?lQ,iQr,fls oi Helper is an nppll
f the Wir cdcra L,urL 1(r relief under
ll lnl!nmPtCy nCt fr0m llls CMdllOI-B.
1 OMrti n11'11?8. ar, Blven a S3.1C and hl
'omes, which claims arc excepted.
If BIRTH RETURNS.
' BFlfih' wrl i ?hrles and Jean, 123 SouLh
, n,,'lA Vcst- Jll,,e 25-
Xa Urlldu' 551 Wc8t
r MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Clif;, Salt Lako. City. M
abd Johnson, Salt Lako City
fc a,"Wld..Onkl03r. Ida
"ertha McMurray, Uber ly...... oi
l fc, Williams. Wood'a Cross ""h
ngabonr M Chrltitcnsen, camo X.YZw J
TRACK, SHOP AND OFFICE.
First Six Months of the Present
Year BcIovt- the -Same Past
CHICAGO, June 30. Railway build
ing in the "United States dur
ing the first six months of
1004 shows a falling off in
comparison with the corresponding
periods of 1902 and 1903. Increased ope
rating expenses and decreased traffic re
sulting in amaller net earnings, togeth
er with the continued stringency In the
money market, supply the explanation
of the decline in construction.
Operating expenses were materially
increased during the first quarter by
the severity of the winter and spring
found many of the railroads borrowing
money, for present necessities) and 'con
strained to retrenchment, both in cur
rent expenses and in their projects for
the Immediate future. Many plans for
Improvement and extensions proposed
by some of the greut railroad systems
consequently were suspended and still
are held In abeyance.
From official reports received bv the
Railway Age it appears that 1937 miles
of track was completed during the first
Bix nionths of the year on 134 lines in
thirty-three States and Territories. In
the first six months of last year 2221
miles of track was lajd, while for the
entire year of 1903 it amounted to 57SC
FINED FOR CONTEMPT
.ST. LOUIS, June 30. Edward J.
Gildersleeve. Clifford J. Glldersleeve
and Louis Tillman, ticket brokers, have
been fined $250 each and costs by Judge
Thayer in the' Federal Circuit court for
contempt of court In selling World's
fair excursion tickets In violation of an
injunction of the lower court prohibit
ing the sale of yuch tickets.
The proceedings were brought bv the
Illinois Central railroad.
OGDEN YOUNG EV1AN
GOES TO ANNAPOLIS
Passes Entrance Examination to
Military Academy, and Is
SENATOR KEARNS received a
message yesterday morning in
forming him that J. C. Littlefield
of Ogden and Georse C. Snow of
Salt Lake City had successfully passed
the recent examinations which were
given for entrance to Annapolis.
Littlefield passed the better examina
tion, and will receive the appointment
from Utah. He is the son of MaJ.
Littlefield of Ogden, and enlisted ns a
private in the navy two years ago. La,st
November young Littlefield secured a
transfer to a training ship by the as
sistance of Senator Kenrns, and since
then he has been preparing himself for
the examination which he has just
passed so successfully. While on the
training ship young Littlefield had the
opportunity of attending the Annapo
lis preparatory school seven hours each
day. George Snow Is the son of City
Engineer Snow, and formerly attended
the University of Utah.
"When seen yesterday afternoon Sen
ator Kearns remarked "Young Lit
tlefield certainly passed a very credita
ble examination, and is deserving of the
appolntmenL Snow also made a good
showing, and will receive the next ap
pointment from Utah, or at least the
next that I have the privilege of mak
ing The success of young Littlefield
emphatically establishes the fact that
It Is possible for a private to pats? from
the ranks and attain a commission in
For Over Eifty Years.
An old and well-tried remefr. Mrs.
Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup - has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
pain, cures wind collo and is the bent
remedy for diarrhoea. Sold by drug
gists in every part of the world. Bu
sure and ask for Mrs. Wlnslow's Sooth
LOW RATE EXCURSIONS
Via D. & R. G., July 2, 3, 4.
One fare for the round trip between
any two stations on the line in Utah.
Final limit July 5. See agents for particulars.
Williams, John S.r aged 2i, 70 South
Twelfth East, June 20.
Zleglemun, infunt of R., 200 East First
South, Juno 23.
Erlckson, Josephine, aged 31, 750 East
Twelfth South, Juno 2S.
F. K. RULE TALKS OF
SALT LAKE ROUTE
Treasurer Fred K. Rule of the Salt
Lake Route is here, from Los Angeles
and a guest at the KnutDford. Mr.
Rule was long ago manager of the Los
Angeles Terminal, which forms the ba
sis of the new road's syMom in Cali
fornia, and has been identified with the
Salt Lake road since the very first.
"The line will be through by January
1," said he yesterday, "and we will be
running trains- six months from today
without a doubt The first thing we will
do will be to bring to Salt Lake the
Chamber of Commerce of Los Angeles
and then take such persons from this
city as care to make the trip under the
auspice of one of the local commercial
Mr. Rule, who 1b also a director In
the board, took occasion In his Inter
view, to speak of the work being done
at this end of the line and say that the
directors were highly appreciative of
the excellence with which the road Is
being managed by Mr. R. E. Wells,
whom ho declared the right man in the
Judge W. R. Kelly returned to Omaha
Superintendent C R. Wager of the
Pullman company returned to Chicago
on No. 2 yesterday.
The Councilmen go out on Rio Grande
No. 2 today.
The Postal will no doubt use the Mof
fat line and the Western Pacific to get
to San Francisco. It has been whis
pered, however, that the Gould office
and the Western Union at 195 Broad
way. The Rio Grande has put in the new
telephones for use on tho telegraph
The Short Line will be In 'a fine po
sition to care for the beet crop- this
fall with all the now equipment com
ing. "Billy" Bennett of the Southern Pa
cific Is welcomed to the city.
The Banning company will put in ser
vice between Sun Pedro and Catallna
a fine new steamer which if being fit
ted out at San Francisco. It will this
morning sall for San Pedro to go into
commission and among the passengers
will be E. W Gillett of the Salt Lake
Route, who has gone to the coast for
Shanty for First Depot.
The first depot in Denver of the Den
ver, Northwestern Sc. Pacific is a little
shanty of boards costing less than $25.
and located at the corner of the street
crossed by the line at the point where
the dopot is to go up. This structure
was used for selling tlcketo at the late
excursion, but will be supplanted by a
handsome new structure.
A man can't work right with a lame
Takes all the life out of him.
Doan's Kidney Pills make lame bocks
At any drug store, 50 centa.
BOY GETS DAMAGES
FOR LOSS OF AN ARM
In the case of Byron R Moyes, a
minor, by S. II. Moyes, his guardian ad
litem, vs. tho Ogden Sewer Pipe and Clay
company, tho Supremo court affirms the
Judgment of the trial court in an opinion
handed down yesterday. The plaintiff,
Byron R. Moyes, a boy 14 yestrs old, lost
his left arm while in tho employ of the
defendant company, and sued to recover
The evidence in tho case showed that
tho boy had been required to tend a
'hopper with no warning whatever as to
tho dangers Incident to his work. At
more or less regular Intervals, when the
hopper became filled with clay, ho pulled
a bell which elgnalcd nn operator in an
other pnrt of tho works to lower a plung
er Tho plaintiff was in tho act of clean
ing some clay out of tho hopper when
the plunger suddenly descended and cut
his left arm off al the elbow. It was
Unpoeslble for him to have rung the bell
and tho supposition was that it had been
sounded by a piece of falling clay.
The Jury returned a verdict In the plain
tiffs favor, assessing hia damages at
$4000. Tho defendant thereupon appealed
to the Supreme court Tho opinion Is
written by Justice McCnrty and con
curred In by Chief Justlco Baakin and
WHAT EACH HAS TO
SAY OF HARTWELL SUIT
Whon seen yesterday afternoon and
asked to explain her grounds for filing
a $20,000 damuge suit against Irlnda
Watson, Mrs. Margaret Hartwell said:
"I have nothing for publication and
regret that the affair has already re
ceived so much notoriety. The less that
Is said about it the better It will be for
Miss Irlnda Watson, the plaintiff, who
lo charged by Mrs. Hartwell with hav
ing alienated her husband's affection
and love, and consequently having de
prived her of hlo comfort, society and
support, said: "The woman must cer
tainly be demented: that's all there is
to It. Mr. Hartwell has boarded nt my
place, and does board here when in
town. At present he is In Park City
But that's no fault of mine, and when
the trial comes I will prove that the
woman's chages arc absolutely ridicu
lous and nonsensical. Further than tnly
I would not desire to be reported until
I have consulted my attorney."
1 AH tNAOTiVE LEVER I
I M CONSTiPATiON HEAEMkHE 1 '
i soon set right by 1
I BEECHAM'S, PILLS I
I TO SET YOUR LIVER WORKBNC RIGHT I
I is absolutely imperative if you are to get any comfort from life or
I nourishment front food. A torpid liver can be a very dangerous
I condition and should not be neglected. Few medicines act as
1 thoroughly, promptly and safely as Bcccham's Pills. They arc
1 vigorous but mild, and cause no inconvenience or nausea.
I TO BE RID OF CONSTIPATION
i There is no remedy quite as good as Beecham's Pills, not only to
H loosen tho bowels but in the after effects. There is no binding up
a afterwards, as these Pills aid Nature in a natural way. Persons
I chronically constipated can become regular and bo rid of the con-
I sequent discomforts formerly theirs by use of BEECHAM'S PILLS. E
D Sold Everywhere In Boxes, lOo. and 25o. I
Do not excel the intricato clo
gance of the designs of our fine
jewolry. "We buy direct from
tho makers and show their lat
You have alwnyj meant to
buy o STEINWAY Piano
! that ii your idctd. You don't
know how the idea came to you I
that Steinwayj arc the best. !
We can tell you. It b jj
No one told you so. The
world oky jo. and when tho
Steinway goei home you will
know why better every day.
SOLD ONLY BY '
i Clayton Music Co.
109 Main St New Store.
j SMOKE ""
H Thcro isn't always satisfaction
H where you see smoke, but there
might be If you smoked I
1 TAMPA GEM j
I CIGARS. S
H We Icn'ow this clear Is nood . ?
1 TRY ONE. CO EACH. H
H ?2 00 THE BOX. I
I W.H.DAYTON I
1 DRUG CO. I
MEW! BE STRONG
jt To men who
jWov ouffcr from
( A nervous dcblll-
Jj!l ty, losses, im-
V V'' potency, varlco-
K r?? celc, rhcuraa-.
tlsm, lame back,
kidney or stoin-
y ach troubles, I
N will give tho
use f rny world
BffrrTO-S famed Dr. San-
-WrisTfo - lcn Electric
L 'AW n Boit absolutely
,rpU' js freo until cured
Q"d not one
( penny In ad-
v vnnce or on de-
i ) posit. Prlco
ViM A whon cured as
V I low na $4 In
Jll V most eases. If
--it falls to cure
you don't pay
mo anything whatever. Bewnrc of Imi
tations. The genuine Dr Sandon Belt can
only be had nt my establishment an be
low. Standard for 40 years. Call today
and take a belt along or write for one
and my two books, sealed, free.
DR. T. N. SANKEN, 907 Market St.,
A ponltlvc and permanent euro for
drunkenness and the opium diseases.
There is no publicity, no Hlcknoss. Ladles
treated oh privately as at their own
homes. Tho Kcoly Institute. 331 W. So
Temple, Salt Lnko City. Utah.
I RSia i
II" V i' Jl'to1 l9 YOUNO, MIDDLE
Ifl M V If AGED AND KLDEft
S V H M 1 XT.-If you aro aexu&l
Bill EH . ffl ly ftvak. no urn. tit
9 4 1 KH a 'rora what cause; und.
H ill i Pi a B vclopd; h&vo stricture,
iMnliTTlri irrrrrTi varlr jcole, etc., MX
PERFECT APPLIANU will our you.
No drugs or electricity: 75,0D cured and
developed. 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Bend fir
free booklet. Bent .. led. Quura.nted.
TVrlto tcKlay. R. C. Einmtt. Xd yabc
Blodfc Peuvar. CfA'
an Pedro, Los An- VV
From Oregon Short LSno depot, Salt Lak
For Provo, Lehl, Fairfield and
Nophl, Mantl and points on
Sanpcto Valley Ry 7:30
For Garfield Beach, Tooele,
Stockton. Mammoth, Eureka.
and Silver City '8KK) a.m..
For Provo. American Fork,
Lehl, Juab, Mllford, Frloco,
Cnllentcs and intermediate.
point "6:05 p.m.
From Provo, American Fork,
Ldl. 3 lab, Mllford, Frisco.
CaJliteo and intermediate
poinu i 9:35 a.m.
From Provo. Lehl. Fairfield,
Mcrcur eM Sanpcto Va.ley
Ry. pointw 5:35 p.m.
From Sllvor City, Mammoth.
Eureka, Stockton, Tooele and
and Garfield Beach..... 5l35 p.m.
Dally Pullman Buffet Sleoplng Car Ser
vice between Salt Lako, Mllford, Modcna
Direct staiyo connections for all mlntnit
districts In southern Utah and Nevada.
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Street.
8. "W. GILLETT, J. L. MOORE.
Gen'I Pass. Agt. Plot Paea. Agt.
!A Delightful Place to Visit.
A Profitable. Place to Live. I
Oreatest Play Ground on Earth.
Famous Places "Which Everyono ' j
VYfcnts to Beo. f
Invest in a Ticket to CAL1FOR- &
NIA and Secure Rich Dividends in HE
HEALTH, PLEASURE AND 9
Mounlalns, Valleys. Rivera, Lakes
and 0 an Reached by tho J
Company's Lines j
For descriptive and illustrative
literature call at No. 101 Main M
Street. Salt Lake City. H
D. R. GRAY General Agent JJ
In effect June S. Wi.
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY.
No. 10 For Ulncliam, Hober,
Provo and Marynvale 3:00 a.m.
No. 102 For Park City 8:15 a.m.
No. G For Denver and Ea3t .... 80 am.
No. & For Ogden and West 10. BO a.m.
No. 1 For Ocder. and West 1:45 p.m.
No. 2 For Denver and East 3.15 p.m.
No. 8 For Provo and 'Eureka.... 6:00 p.m.
No. 11 For Ogdon and local pts,. 6 05 p.m.
No. 4 For Denver and East....... 850C p.m.
No. S For Ogden and "West 11:5 a.m.
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY.
No. &--From Ogdon and the East 8:40 a.m.
No. 12 From Ocden arid local ptsl0:25 a.m.
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo., 10 00 a,m.
No. 6 From Denver and East. 10:40 a.m.
No. 1 From Denver and East... 1:35 p.m.
No r'rom Offden and West.... 3:05 p.m.
No. 101 -From Park City 5:15 p.m.
No. S-From Bingham, 1-icbcr,
Provo and Marysvale.. 6:00 p.m.
No. 4 From Ogden and the West 7.65 p.m.
No. 3 From Denver and East... 11:45 p.m.
All train except Nos. 1 to 6 atop at In
Ticket office, Dooly Rlock.
I. A. BENTON. O. A. P. D.
jglHKggiflli June 19, 1904,
From Ocdcn. Portland,
Butte, 6ac Francisco, Chi
cago, St. Louis. Omaha,
ond Denver 8:25 Euro,
From Ocden and Intermedi
ate points 9:10 a.m.
From Offrion. Cacho Valley,
and Intermediate points 11:55 a.m.
From Offden, Chicago, St.
Louis, Kansas City. Oma
ha, Denver and San Frnn-
t.cUsco 4:20 p.m.
I-rom Ogden. Cache Valley.
Butte, Portland and San
"nclsco ,.. 7.30 p.m.
For Ogden, Omaha, Chlcagx),
Denver. Kansas City and
St. Louis 7:00 a.m
For Ogden. Portland, Butte,
San Francisco and Interme
diate points 10:20 a.m.
For Ogden, Omaha, Chicago,
Denver. Kanoas City. St.
Loula and San Francisco.. 1:30 p.m.
For Ogdon, Cache Valloy.
Denver, Kansas City, Oma
ha. St Louis and Chlcngo. 5:45 p.m.
For Ogdon, Cache Valley,
Butte, Helena, Portland,
San Francisco and Interme
diate points 11:45 p.m.
T. M, SCHUMACHER. Traffic Mgr.
D. E. BURLEY, G. P. &. T. A.
D. S. SPENCER, A. Gi P. & T. A.
City Ticket office. 201 Main ntreot.
FREE TO MEN. :
1Y ELECTRIC BELT.
Any man who i? -weak, rheumatic, full of
Enlns and aches, growing old and losing
Is youthful lire and vigor, can have my
Eiectrlc Belt fiCo until he la cured. I am
not giving lt away unless I fall to cure
you. When you are cured you can pay
me, not otherwise. I don't want money I
don't earn, I don't need lt, but I am after
the doilars that arc dally colnc Into use
less drugging and fake treatments, ar.s i
am willing to show my own faith by wait
ing for my pay until I havo dono tho
work. Bo write for my belt today, lnclos
tng this ad,
DR. M. T. M'LATJGHLIN.
931 Sixteenth SL, Denver. Colo.
I U Crystal mi
X 839 MAIN STREET. 1
Haa Opened. 5
m Open day ard night. TcL Wt-Y. m
Tray Orders 8o"doltcd. 5-
'Tisthe "Comfort Lint "
ON THE POPULAR '
THE ERST AJTI
AH WB ARE THE ORIGINATORS
OF FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CAR SERVICE BETWEEN
ST. LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE,
DON'T YOU THINK IT WOULD
PAY YOU. IN TRAVELING TO
'GET THE HENIiHRSON ROUTI3
HABIT V IT WILL US.
HSK US HBOCX IT
G. mTDSAY, General
,9. . OUNNINQHA2I1
Effcv. Paso. Ag"eat .
JBT. LOUIS, Mf
Cheap Rates to
fJTD OTHER EASTERN POINTS VLi,
3-TRA3NS DAILY 3
W can cave yon mcney. Writs is.
C. F. WARREN, General Agent
Ol Dooly Block. Salt Lako City.
IN EFFECT MAY SO. 190C
LEAVE SALT LAKE. 6:30, 9 CO. 11:00 a.
m., 1:30. 3.20, 5:30, C S0. 7.20 p. m.
LEAVE LAGOON, 7:20. 10:00 a. m., 12:00
noon, 2:30, 4:80. 6:30. 8i30. 10:30 p. m.
Last train leaves Lagoon Sunday 9:80
Round Trip 25 cts
A. D. PIERSON, Pass. & Ticket Airt.
J. B. BEAN, Excursion Agt. '
OFFICE, 1C1 MAIN ST.
Extra trains. 2:30 and 4;20 p. m on Sun
days and holidays.
IJ. W. CURRIE, 1
73 W 3rd South. Suit Lake City.
Salt Lalto & TLos Angeles Kail-wny. II j! I
TIME TABLE. j r '
In effect May 31at, 1904. f ji.jjj
G?WSTI'?VB RETURNING ! B '4
SALT LAKE AS!kE 8ALT ffrl j, '
0' t1-' No- 1.12:30 p.m. ffllll 'i ll
No. 4 2:00 p.m. No. 3, 3:30 p. ra. II i' J JM
SP'' No - 'i30p. m. I I '
No. 12. 7:00 p.m. No. 11. 8:30 p.m. U l 1 U, '. : I (
No. 14. 8:00 p. m. No, 13, 10:00p.m. I NK1- ,1
No. 16, 9:00 p. m. No. ID, 11:45 p. m. Inlll Y H 3 II
FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP 25 illlf 1t' ' 'il l
cents. i1n' ' ilLI
Sunday, last train leaves Saltalr at 3:30. W If; , ' fjl
J. E. LANGFORD. Lessee. fllpl' ' 1 H
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT UNF
TO ST. LOUIS. lh ' 1
Through car, Salt Lake City to St. ' ! m i !
Louis and Kansas City. Only one chango I ill 'i !'' ll
to New York, Buffalo and principal poinu . li'iM! K, '
East low rates for summer travel. ' Mir1 ' '
Especial attention to ladles and cbll. t j; U !) ,
dren. t w ; ' M
Tourist sleepers through to Chicago, : H : '' !' )
Boston and other points without change. 'I1' n '
Two trains dally. Ufi j -. 1 f
Inquire at ticket office, 102 Dooly block, I'l' 1 1 ' ' I
Salt Lake City. Any Information cheer- -!Ft ill m
fully given. H. C. TCWNSEND. Ai ly ' i
G. P. & T. A, Missouri Pacific Ry St. ti" V ' I
AICHQR"y Jill ijl
g5i new YORK : ' :i'M
Londonderry, Glasgow, ;;fi
r York, Gibraltar, Naples. ii : 1
Superior accommodation. Exccllont Cul- I.', ; H
sine. Comfort of passengers carofully : !' p H
considered. Slnsrlo or Round Trip Tickets' Jr'. , 1 ,
between New York and Scotch, GngJIsh, !K , ,) H
' Irish and all principal Scandinavian and i' 'i ' , 1' H
f Continental points at attractive rates. Send' ' ! '" lU
" for Book of Tours. For tickets or treneral f h ! y U
Information apply to any local oijent of the ' J V ftU
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HENDERBOff BROS., Gen'l ArjenU, CHICAGO. ILL , t fk jM
BRI6HT0N HOTEL, ; I j;j . jl
Sliver Lake. Biff Cottonwood Canyon. j' 'i'j' ! H
OPENS JUNE 25. ' M
Greatly Improved under new manage- 'ilu ' 1 .1
mcnt. Dally stage via Biff Cottonwood J'ij , 1 1 1 ) H
Canyon and Park City. Terms, $2 and ' il Jr1' ' H
up. Special rates for season and to 1 I '. ,,
Telephone 26 Murray Exchange . ;i "tt. , ,
HYRUM NEILSON, Prop. ))
I On the eastward trip you will require the best food S f' i !j
possible, and you will wish it served temptingly. Send jf !i . i ,' i rH
me your name and address on a card, telling where rou E 'I, j
expect to go this summer, and I will give you some I ll
B valuable information about the very best dining car ser- r.tj, , l
H vice in America a service such as encourages the stom- l ' I j j 111
ach to healthful activity rather than discomforting re- ' 3 r ) Mrl
j bellion. V j I
I S H. F. NESLEn, General Agent, jj f I '
' SAINT LOUIS
THE ONLY LINE ll' Mi'l
THE WORLD'S'PAI jrUll
j MAIN ENTRANCE. d H
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