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- Tms BaJjT :Lakb ,nBI3T"s Tuesday Moiarars.' Jtxly 5, 1904. i
JJ Sffll CATTLE
r Jii Grand Kills Six,
I J Short Line five,
Vjjj Right-of-Vlay Strewn with
.' I Tenderloin and Porter
t J house Steaks.
"!!: jjglnes Were Rounding a Curve
J If When They Kan Into Bunch
" U TO I ; of Live Stock.
xccrity I .-.
an ( 'III rtLBVEN LIVES tvcre lost on a rall
3NljL road curve between Farnilngton
I lJ ani1 Kaysvllle early, yesterday
-itlOn Bw morning. Six of the vlctlmo were
its down by a Bio Grando and five by
1 1 , short Line passenger train. It Is
Aoli that the right-of-way was strewn
I i?wt rods with tenderloins, porterhouse
4 ci t-bones.
' ' The southbound trains, one duo In
fill Lake at S:30 and the other at S 40,
1 j yt Offden about the same time, trav
; elicg at about the eame rate of speed'.
' iter remained In sight of one another,
iC when a parallel bit of track would
it reached, both put on extra steam
icd ran a race for the benefit of the
OX Bunch of Cattlo Struck.
9SJ During one of these spurts a bunch
Mint- tl cattl0, fr,shtenei1 by tne cla,5e of
' n anfl the t00t of tlie wnIsl'es, ran
IjO tpoa the Short Line track and, in nt-
iQ tacptlnr; to got out of danger, surged
Wore the Itio Grande engine.
"I had my head out of the window
' latching the race," said a passenger 11
l rv 5 m the Short Line, "when we got Into j
iiT 1 the herd The cattle ran on the track E
3 to quickly that the engineer could not E
5 I jsibly have stopped. It was only :
1 cur speed that prevented the train '
r ; from being ditched. When the engl-
V rairsnw the danger he threw the thiol- i
irj lie wide open and we went through the $
X tur.cji like a bullet through a tin-can.
jfU PIiCes of w -vvere thrown straight Into
: the air and In every direction. A large
' tlece of meat struck me on the side of
' its face as the coach whizzed by.
ALL r Didn't Feel a Jar.
ONE. ! "The Impelur of the train was so
1 ' peat that wc did not feel a Jar. The
ulmals that got on the Rio Grande
. track fard no better. They killed six i
mb ;iEd we killed five. The engineers did I
, m attempt to stop, but came on to t
, Farnilngton with steaks on their pilots $
d horn3 on the smokestacks." J
. , The cows belonged to a farmer liv- 5
Willi ; lis beside the two tracks, and ho will p
f ' r. probably receive a tidy sum from the
lin Uompanles for the dissection of his 3
7t jtrk- S
ial ! EXCURSION RATES f
J , Via Oregon Short Lino.
y ; EL'Louls and return $42.50 tj
yk Chicago and return 4750 E
' V .' Chicago and return via St. Louis 50 'oo E
; Et. Louis and return via Chicago.. 50.00 P
Limit 60 -day?. Transit limit 10 days ft
fl a each direction. C
. Tickets on Kile Tuesdays and Fridays R
.Mchweek. Stop-over allowed. 1
rfv-' mSAYS may is hoodoo jj
n . MONTH FOR ACCIDENTS i)
v , j
In i "Don,t lal to me of the 'merry jf
) r aonth of lay,' " said II. I. Joseph, a
'.j traveling salesman representing Des-
Pres & Co. of Chicago, at the Kenyon
hst night. He had been showing a &
J r on his lower Hp and traces of two
: or . Mcnes at the side of his nose, souve-
v of a railroad wreck in which he
n , artIcIpated while coming out of Eutto E
rV a month ago.
' Ji ?Sf vl1 lla8 thc morth of May to f
K -rSr U; askecI a bystander. I
' f JSm exnlain," said Mr. Joseph.
Wiffie een on the road ror the past 'I
ilijKgZteea i'ears. For twelve years I did
-J? Wjf elve a scratch or witness an ac- 5
" ? ' im hen my luck-I guess you
' ' ' StJf e l0,ca11 R ,uclc-changed and J
: urn 11 Paat fo,J,r years 1 havc bec" n- I
: tnfl a P111101111 wreck each year I
', always In tho Month of May.
,! ...p t0 tho 31st o May everything &
k , Sahr;lmmJEly and I 'thought St
. ' S L00t3o .hafl. eono out oi business; I
m , l ief V'T." havlnb' a 1Ulle fun w,th me. !
m. I : 0' vl tte, on th0 eing of the 31st S
K , a S?V and at exactly at 11:55 we had f
IB 1 ?o-un ;end co,ll9'0". I was thrown I
- i r under teotn were driven
mi ' rL throueh ny lower lip and a ft
Hi' ftr icr cut a deeP eash at the side of
W- ! toLri Thls alteratlon of my fca- S
' ! thm.iirdunot ''"Prove ray features, al- 2
' ' SBThvlhoy altered my aty,li ot beauty B
tffino , ni? had l:ou,' o lhe best sur- K
wons in Denver making oyer my faco. &
-1 . Erred at Hot Springs. South Da- g
- . ' S v ndnLeo- out wIth crushed toe K
. j J May. 1002, I had my loft foot crushed S
il yi,r tnwood SnrlnBS in a wreck. The ft
' & hc?Vb that 1 was ln a collision
' k., 0,"E t0 thG Clt' of Mexico and &
I ' Sulde. armS dl9located at
v" ' 1 Jc!8Pll.e hls numerous accidents Mr 3
i 1 01,11 a Prettv husky looking c
?i f f i'-ttltr thlB 1 suppose you will keep
,' Ju'ni ,1? tho cara from April CO until
r ""r V remarked the bystander. 3
i s fMde ? e be able to give up travel- jf
,! ! I X1, a'together," said Mr. Joseplu J
J ST, LOUIS EXCURSIONS
ar Via Oregon Short Line. f
' Snf8 and Fridays ot each week. J
Hk. V. & '00rt fr sixty days. J
l iS' M3tfrKt 1,ne' See other Shrt
1 &2SlfiS ln 11113 G 5
m" ' ' ' in iwihM mwi iiiiiiiiiiniiwmiiiiiiii 1 mi umiiimiiii
'iirrtiijMiuujaijTw i .TTnl p
1 f1"' B lw " j M0ST PEOPLE believe that they
I ; . I JLyJ haVC becn thinkin5 when I
I - 1 they cme to a conclusion, 1
jl ' but the fact is most people come to con- i
f , elusions without much thought. -
j tJm 5k. I course many who observe the
I V JMff fLsV trICkS f SmC merchants arc a?1 to 1
I (S M$ concIude without thinking that .all mer-
I ""M si Now stop and think d yu knw
I -TrW I mcrchant who advcrtisc's ne thins
PS2145 1 and deS anothcrwno is a bi5 merchant?
I J hant' 'f S 'Sn,t hc bi because he is
v 1 honesn 1
I ' ' IS ' i are the blest icwe,crs in the ,nter- 1
' mi I mountain Country That isn't saying i
: m much, but its saying more than any other i
jj jeweler in this great section can .honestly i
1 say. I
We have been In trade in this city fourteen years We didn't amount to much for i
the first few years as we were too busy losing money. It cost us $40,000.00 for the first
three years experience in getting established But that $40,000.00 foundation has proved
t Its worth. While finding out how to lose money we were finding out how to keep from
jj losing it as well, and that knowledge though bought dearly has been the means of making
p It possible for the people to buy reliable goods of us at lower prices than they can buy
them elsewhere. I
j Wc discoveredsthat manufacturers vould sell a cash bvyer much cheaper than one
j who buys on time So we began to pay cash.
I We next discovered that a manufacturer will sell a large quantity of goods at a 1
5 still lower price than he will sell a small quantity So we began to buy large quantities.
We next discovered that the public would buy three pieces of merchandise sold at a profit I
e of 20 per cent in the same period of time that they would buy one piece sold at a profit
of 30 per cent, so we reduced our prices and sold more goods. As a result we have m
I grown until we are a big jewelry house doing a very big business in the biggest and finest 1
jewelry store, some say in thc world, but we don't believe it. Id
jj , Some time ago Lyon & Co. wanted to sell out, so wc bought them out for cash 1
for 32 per cent discount from the wholesale prices.
Take a brooch that costs $1.00 at wholesale and buy it at 32 per cent dis- If
a count, then sell it for $1.00 to the consumer, and you havc made 47 per cent profit If
i haven't you? Well, that's what we are doing, and we don't mind Jelling you, be- If
cause no other jeweler in Utah or anywhere else can meet our prices and have enough f
profit on a month's sales to pay his janitor. m
i We are selling you goods at wholesale as long as the $36,000 worth of Lyon fl
J & Co. Stock exists, and saving you the retail profits our competitors charge you of p
I from 75 to 150 per cent above wholesale cost. If you don't believe what we say, it j
I loses you money, not us, as we find enough who know we are selling jewelry cheap-
i er than ever sold before to keep us awfully busy. .
I The Lyon & Co. stock is all high grade and worthy the examination of any
one who wants good goods. . ' '
jj Sale on every day at 236 S. Main Street. jj
'Phone 65 for the Correct Time. ; jj
jj SALT 'lAKE, C1TV.j j j j
Dan Podro. Loa An- viOtt
fl 't?, Oregon Short Lino depot, Salt Late a
i City: ' H '
For Provo. Tht, Falrhrld and
'i wophl, Mantl and points on
j Sanpoto Valley Ry 7'.30 turn.
Jj For Qarflold Beach. Tooele,
j Btockton. Mammoth, Eureka.
J and Silver City 8."00 a.m.
5 F$r ?ro.y. Amnrioan Fork,
S Johl. Juab. Mllford. Frisco,
3 Callentea and ,intermedlntfi
J Polnta . 6rf3B p.m.
From Provo, American Fork.
i LpxiI. lab. illlford, Frlaco.
j CWIitea ond intermediato
pomto to "9:33 euro.
From Provo, Lehj, Falrflotd,
Mercur art Sanjjeto Valley
Ry. point ; 5:33 p.m.
From Silver City. Mammoth,
; Eureka; Stockton, Tooclo and
', and Garfield Beach 5:S5 D.m.
3 Dady Pullman .BufTst Sleeplnff Car Sor
Ij vlco between Salt Lake, MUford. Modcna
I. and Callonles.
mP?'c ?taEe connccttonB for etl mlnta
I olDtrlouj In Bouthern Utah and Nevada.
City Ticket CHHco, 201 Main Street.
B3. "W. OILLETT, J. L. MOOmH.
Qan'l Paej, AgL Dlst. Pasn. Agt
5 A Delightful Place to Visit, ft
A Profltablo Place to Live
I j Mfrsiia
I Greatest Play Ground on Earth.
! j Famouo Places Which Everyono
WantD to See y,
B Inyeat in a Ticket to CALIFOR-
NIA and Secure Itlch Dlvldende In f
i HEALTH, PLEASURE AND
jl IXovuntalne. Vatleyn. Rlvero, Laken y
j and Oo an Reached by the ,
1 Southern Pacific
S For duacriptlve and Ulustratlvo
i H llternture call at No. 201 Main ?
M Street, Bolt Lake City. K
gS D R. GRAY, General Arrent Q
In offect Juno 8. 1SOI.
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY.
No. 10 For Bingham, Hobor,
ProYO and Maryvnlo 8:00 o.m.
No. 102 For Park City S;15 a.ra.
No. 6 For Denver and East 8:50 a.m.
No. 5 For Ogden and West 10:50 a.m.
No. 1 For Ouder. and West 1.15 p.m.
No. 3 For Denver and East...... 3.15 p.m.
No. 8 For Provo and EUteka G:00 p ra.
No. 11 For Opdon and local pta.. C:M p.m.
No. 1 For Denver and East 8:05 p.m.
No. 3 For Ogden and Wekt 11:56 a.m.
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY.
No. G From Ogden and thc East 8:40 a.m.
No. 12 From Ogden and local ptsl0:25 a.m.
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo.. 10:00 a.m.
No. 6 From Denver und East. ..10 10 a.m.
No. 1 From Denver and Eaut... 1:35 p.m.
No. From Ogden and West.... 3:05 p.m.
No. 101 -From Park City C.15 p.m.
No. &-From Blnnliain, lienor,
provo and Maryuvale 6:00 p.m.
No. 1 From Osden and tho "Woat 7.55 p.m.
No. 3 From Denver and East, ..11. 15 p.m.
All train except Nob. 1 ft S otop at ln
. Ticket office, Dooly Klpck.
L. A, BENTON. G. A. P. Jf.
IKfeljl June 19, 1904,
I-'rom Ocden. Portlnnd,
Butte, Sac Franclooo. Chl
cai;o, St. Louis, Omaha,
nnd Denver 8:25 a.m.
From Offdcn and intermedi
ato points 9:10 a,m.
From Ocxlen. Cacho Valloy,
and lntei-mcdlat points 11:B5 ft.ro.
From Ogden. Chicago, St.
LouU. Kansas City. Oma
oa, Donvcr and San Fran-
v,c,oco 4:20 p.m.
S31?. Iidcn. Cacho Valley.
Butte. Portland and San
Frandsco 730 pjn.
For Ogdon, Omaha. Chicago,
Denver, Kancaa City and
SL Lou la 7:00 am
For OKden. Portland. Butte,
San Frnnclaco and Interme
diate points 10:20 a.m.
For Ogden, Omaha, Chlcano.
Denver. Kansas City. St.
Loula and San Francisco.. 130 p.m.
For Ogden. Cache Vulley,
Denver, Kanooa Clt. Oma
ha, St Louln and Chlctiuo. 5:40 p.ta,
For Ogden. Cacbo Valley,
Butte. Helena, Portland,
San Francisco and Interme
diate points 11:45 p.ru
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Trattlo Mgr.
D. E. BIFRLEY. G. P. & T. A.
D. S. SPENCHR. A. G. P. & T. A.
City Ticket office. 201 Main dUmL
SS NEW YORK
r York, Gibraltar, Naples.
Superior accommodation. Excellent Cul
I sloe. Comfort of pusscncra carefully
5 considered. Slnelo or Round Trip TJcUclr
j fwtwccn New York ond Scotch, Cngllsh.
Irldh and all principal Scandinavian and
If Continental points ot ntlractlvo ratoo. Scnil
v for Book ol Tours. For tlckcti" or eoDeral
Information apply to any lcoal airent of tho
Anchor Lino or
HENDERSON BROS.. Gen'l Agcnti, CHICAGO. ILL
INeldenJndson Drug Co. .
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS. J
CIGARS A SPECIALTY.
POSTOFPICE BOX 370.
EDW. C. SMITH, Pres.
2 JOHN P. COBB. Vlco-Pres. Mgr.
1 JNO. J. JUDSON. Trcaji.
3 F. L PEARL. Sec.
"Tis th "Comfort LiaM
Oft THE POPTJLAB
hb EHST AND ;
Afl TO ARE THE ORlGINATORa
OF FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CAR SERVICE BETWEEN
9T. LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE.
g?N'T YOU THINK IT WOULD
PAY YOU. IN TRAVELING TO
"OET THE3 HENIiflRSON ROUT3
HABIT7 ' IT "WTLL US.
aSK OS HBOOT IT
Waer. Pass. Agta&
lJT, LOUIS, JSXi
Clieap Rates to
JLND OTHER EASTERN POINTS VII)
3-TRiINS DAILY-3 '
can tare yon mcny. Writ tae.
O. F. "WARREN. General Affftnt
CI Dooly Block. Salt Lako City.
IN EFFECT MAT 0, 1C0C-
LEAVE SALT LAKE, 6:30, 9:00. 11:00 a. '
m.. 1:S0. 8.30, 6:30. 0.S0. 7:30 p, ro,
LEAVE LAGOON. 7:20. 10:00 o, m 12"00
noon, 2:S0, i'JiO. 6-80. 8:30, 10:30 p. m.
Lost train leavca Lagoon Sunday fr.zo
Round Trip LIS
A. D. PIERSON, Pnea. & Tlc&t Airt.
J. B. BEAN. Excuralon At.
OFFICE. 101 MAIN ST.
Extra trains, 2:30 and 4:30 p. m. on Sun
days and holidays.
y111 IIIIIIMX, B
T ATTEND REAL ESTATE DAY N iK
t AT SALT AIR, , I M
I STRICTLY I 1
I CONFIDENTIAL'! I
I " Ask us. i Bg
j Either Phone. I 5
1. Just Call 140.. 1
-WELCOME. STEP IN. ALL J Iff
T CARS START FROM Bl
I Godbe-Pitls Drug j II
I Store I II
Salt Lake & Xos Angeles Railway. i
TIMS TABLE. . j
j In effect May 31st, 1904. 1 j
GOING LEAVE RETURNING H
SALT LAKE ARRIVE SALT
LAKE. H j
No. 2, 20:0-5 a. m. No. 1. 12:30 p. nv B !
No. A, 2:00 p. m. No. 3, 3:30 p. m. B i
No. C, 4:00 p. m. No. 5, 6:30 p. m. i
No. 8. R:00 p. m. No. 7, 6:S0 p. m. W'Mf
No. 10, C:00 p. m. No. D, 7:30 p. m. IB
No. 12. 7:00 p. m. No. 11. 8:80 p. m.
No. 11. 8:00 p. m. No. 13. 10:00 p. m. M Ml
No. 16. 9:00 p. m. No. 15. 11: p. m. Wt
FARE FOR, THERDUND TRD? 25 B jfl
Sunday, last train leaves Saltalr at 00. H
COLORA SHORT LINK H
TO ST. LOUIS. I H
Through car, Salt Lako City to St. filflv
Louis and Kansas City. Only ono chnnct H mm
to Now York, Buffalo and principal points Hi
East low ratoa for summer travcL mm
Kspoclal attention to ladles and chll. IH
Tourist sleepers throufrh to Chicago, bI
Boston and other points without chance. ttllE
Two trains dally. II JM
Inquire at ticket office, 103 Dooly block, wWli
Salt Lako City. Any Information cheon n B
fully given. Hr C. TCViTNSEND. H H
Q. P. & T. A, MlBsouii Pacific Ry., S !
Louis. Mo. R am
'SSa.. 111111 Bl I j
Our Sleeping Cars are 1 1
The Coolest Possible. I 11
They have been equipped for thc service to St. Louis, and R K
there are none more comfortable- or better ventilated. In the 'M m
Standard the upholstering is plush; in the Tourists' it is rat- M m
tan. Let me know -which you prefer either is good, and jfi Iw
either is at your command. The Tourist is the cheaper of the' I V
I ffSSSSSsJST? "Write today and I will give- you-fall m KjlB !
k fi ''-"pfe) details by return mall. BjljB
I lp tl B F 1TESLEi General Agent, H WW
TjpM 79 W. SECOND SOUTH ST., I KM
lSiB Salt Ialc0 cit7i "tah. 9 Sjij
1 CHEAP 's I I
I d itcq and Chicago. I It
1 IpIL a B 942.50 St. Louis and retnxn. j&jj fflj f
950.00 St. Louis and. rotnm vte. Rj Snit I)
irf-h--y Xdboral stopovers and. limits in imi
Three trains daily. Elegant S
in e or telephone us. h ! P
tM 'E. DRAKE, D. P. A. B I'S fill
m Q- 4- BIBLE, T. P. A, C !)-
ill 10O Wot Second onth, Salt Xka H II IH
I1 OHAS. B. SLOAT, H ll Htl'
Ohsn't Ag-t., Denvor, Oolo, tSt IjB j Js