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J? , The Salt Lake Tbtbtote: 'Wedkssday- Morning, July 6, 1904. q fl
it I Superintendent Nelson
j in Gathering. ,
Gv'j ; programme of N. E. A. Well
h I Prepared; Papers Show
jf foluch Thought.
5 Utah Exhibits nt "World's Fair Aro
' Creditable, nnd tho Educational
-1 1 trT IS ESTIMATED that there vere
tR j I 50.000 teachers present at the meet-
laii B 'n& ot tlle IsTat,onal Educational as-
;yf soclatlon recently held at St Louie,
i rays State Superintendent of Schools A.
C Kelson, who has just returned from
iff the" World's Fair city. In speaking of
i work of the National Educational
ril ? association "yesterday. Mr, Nelson raid:
"The programme was well prepared
1$ and tho papers were all well written,
ri. I ehowlng much thought and reflection.
: 1 The papers of unusual Interest were
ihosa given by J. H. Phillips of Blr-
PTO; nilngharc. Ala., on 'The Educational
P.J Methods of the South'; Superintendent
tMii " J" Kern of Rockford' IU- on 'Edu-
Jtij callonal Possibilities for the Country
Child," E. B. Bryan, former Supeiin-
tendent of Education In the Philippines,
M ; on 'Education In the Philippines, and
Vjtf by Booker T. "Washington, on 'Educa-
1 tlon of the Southern Negro.'
' "Washington Warmly Greeted,
ti 1 "Mr. Washington was very enthuslas-
1 I tlcally received and warmly applauded a
1 score of times throughout his speech.
il Every settt in the large hall was taken
end hundreds rushed to the platform at
the conclusion of Mr. Washington's ad-
ore?? to extend to him their hearty con-
'igl Mr. Nelson says the following, be-
?Ke3 himself and wife, were present
?J irom this State at the convention:
JI3 President TV. J. Kerr of the Agrlcul
iIk ' tural college. Supervisor Miss Rosalie
tjs : Pollick. Superintendent G. TV. Decker,
3 Superintendent J. L. Brown, Prof. T'll
' Ham A. TVctzell, W. W. Barton and
j1 TV. D. Prosper and wife,
tj i. The Utah exhibits are nil very ded
al 1 itable, snys Mr. Nelson, the mining ex
US , hlblt being the best of Us kind at the
r-l " fair The agricultural exhibit is excel
i lent, he says, and the signboard "Utah
' Valley" attracts people by the thou
rtf "Our educational exhibit Is much bel-
S I ter than It was expected it would be."
jj& fay9 the State Superintendent, "for the
9)1 reason that we had only six wek9 In
'ertW vMcil to get the work together. It
la W represents more actual work by pupils
!v H than many of tho larger and more pre-
a ' tentlous exhibits. A great many fa-
; vorable comments have been expressed
2 1 by prominent educators on the merits
of the Utah school exhibit. Our ex-
JJ j' hlblt Is modern and lta design shows a
.3 plan of work the educational merit of
jf which Invites the Interest of all edu-
m r cators.
.M Agricultural College Does Well.
''.il. "In the United States "Land Grant
j j . Agricultural college exhibits, sixty-four
k ' In number, the Utah Agricultural col
't lege at Logan has surely won a very
J enviable distinction. In the preparation
. of these exhibits me colleges all fol
lowed the same plan of instructions sent
I out by the Government. In accordance
! "with these Instructions, the material of
1 ' the exhibits was sent to the fair and
) : there a careful selection way made by
J ' a committee of competent Judgr-3 or
if experts. This committee selected only
I work of merit for the exhibitions. Out
P of an exhibit 01' fifty-two pieces classed
i as home economics, thirty-seven were
from th Utah college. The only two
h r KOtvh.s or. forms or mounted were from
(. UUh. In the cabinet containing fruits
-, aud preserves eighty-three out rt 104
F f sz&3 Jars were from this State, and
the only plans and diagrams on exhl-
bitlon of household economics wore
I drawn by the .vtudents of the Logan
jl t college."
V Mr. Nelson told of other fine show
' Ings made by the Agricultural college
! as well as by the public schools, unl
Ji? ' vcrslty and private academies of Utah.
.' 1" intrinsic vnlue, he says, the German
rid fcxniblt perhaps surpasses all others.
j if Backache Is a kidney ache.
Kidneys aren't taking tho poison out
I' of the blood.
:C Down's Kidney Pills strengthen the
i Kldneyn, help them to do their work
I, RETURNED HOME TO
: FIND IT ROBBED
On their rr-lurn from Springville
r' Monday night Edward M. Davies and
! family found that their residence at
i' ?I3 East Fourth South had been eil
tered by thieves and ransacked. Two
' told rings, a pearl-handled rovolver and
a quantity of silverware were stolen.
I The housebreakers entered through a
cellar window, first cutting away the
' r Bcretn. Tho screen was Intact at noon,
and it la therefore probable that Uie
robbery was committed on the after
noon of tho Fourth while the neighbors
were at the reaorta. Three months ago
; ; thoro vao a similar robbery a. few
(. floors from tho Davleo residence, and
, lhl guilty persons aro thought to live
i i i tomowhere in the vlclnltv.
IR So Hir .is s hey go', Schilling's
Best take doubt arid difficulty
out of getting your table
TRACK, SHOP AND OFFICE.
GOULD PLANS ARE
THE TALK OF TOWN
Dofinite Announcement Creates Wide
spread Interest in tho
THE TALK of the city yesterday,
especially in railroad circles, was
the definite announcement of one
of the Gould directors that ho
was behind the WeBtern Pacific and
that the line would be rushed through
to an early completion. It was also
a matter of interest to many to have
the predictions of the past verified,
especially In the matter of connections
nnd the route. In the opinion of all
well-informed citizens, tho building of
the Western Pacific will be the greatest
possible benefit to this wholo region,
and when It Is definitely given out that
Salt Lake is to bo the eastern terminus
of the road, as well as the western ter
minus of the Moffat short line, it be
comes permanently settled that this
city will secure headquarters for the
division of each road, although the cor
porate and legal headquarters will be
at Denver and San Francisco.
Cutting off a whole day In the time
to San Francisco Is n matter not gen
erally believed In railroad circles, un
less the slowest train of the Southern
Pacific Is used as the basis for figur
ing. But In Justice to the older road, it
should be remembered that the Over
land limited makes the trip in a little
over one day, ao It Is probable that this
suggestion Is an exaggeration.
If the Western Pacific secures a 600
mlle lino to San Francisco It will be
doing very well, and to travel 600 miles
with stops means twenty hours, so It
might be possible to beat the llmltcd's
time by half a day at tho best, llgurlng
a day as twenty-four hours.
These matters are as nothing, how
ever, to the real amount of good result
ing to the State. Tlmo and passenger
fares are minor details when figuring
on new country to be developed tribu
tary to Salt Lake, new mines opened to
local smelters, new stores to be sup
plied by Salt Lake Jobbers, cheaper
fuel and many other things that fol
low In the wake of the two lines of
HEALTHIEST SUMMER IN
SALT LAKE'S HISTORY
Patients at the Various Hospitals
in County Decrease Fifty
REPORTS from the various hospitals
of the city show a great decrease
In the number of patients. At St
Mark's and the Holy Cross there
are a great number of vacant beds. As
compared with last year, the number
of patients has fallen off about 60 per
cent. Of those who are taking hospi
tal treatment, the larger number are
from outside the city.
The San Pedro road has furnished a
few typhoid patients from the southern
end of the line, and there Is now and
then an accident case which calls for
Surgery. Contagious and germ dis
eases are exceedingly rare and the
medical profession seems to be In for
a dull summer. Several physicians are
taking advantage of the opportunity
and going away on acatlons.
Salt Lake county la especially free
from physical disorders. In his last
monthly report to the Board of County
Commissioners County Physician Mayo
mentioned but one case of contagious
disease In the county during the entire
month, a case of diphtheria.
"Tho health of the county is better
now than at any time In lt9 history,"
said Dr. Mayo yesterday. "On the
whole, I believe this to be the health
iest summer the State has had for
years. I can only account for it by
the prevalence of favorable climatic
conditions. We had a cold winter fol
lowed by plenty of rain. Those and
other conditions which we have not yet
learned to recognize probably explain
the disappearance of the maladies
which are generally regarded as neces
With a constant diminution In the
number of sick people, the large L. D.
S. hospital and the Judge Miners' home
are nenrlng completion, thus doubling
the hospital accommodations of the
city. While It Is to bo hoped that sick
ness has been permanently reduced,
climatic conditions are quite certain to
change, and there may yet be a de
mand for all the hospitals now in. course
Thirty-nine hundred dollars hns
been forwarded to United States Dis
trict Clerk Letcher In settlement of the
judgment given against the bondsmen
of Charles Melghan, Ogdcn's late post
master. The bondsmen, Including
Fred J. Klescl and other prominent
Ogdcn business men, will be protected
by the surety company In which
Melghan was rebonded.
Bear.itho 9 ,ul Yu l,ara Alrt'2 Boul1
YELLOWSTONE PARK EXCUR
Via O. S. L. Hound trip from Salt
Lake $49. BO. This rate covers all nec
6Bary rail and Btago transportation,
and also hotel expenaoa beyond Monlda
for the novon-days' lour. Reservations
should bo mado early, aa tho purty Is
limited to fifty persons.
See acents for full particulars. Ask
for beautiful Yollowstono folder.
Wasatch Bummer Resort.
Particulars writ Alklrt. Wasatch
hotel, via Bandy, or come Bee.
TO LUCIN CUT-OFF
Genoral PasBenger Agent D. E. Bur
ley haa arranged an excursion that
, will undoubtedly be tho most popular
of the season. On Sunday, July 7, the
Salt Lake public may have the privi
lege of going on the first excursion
over the great Lucln cut-off, the bit of
railroad construction that has been the
talk of the engineering world for three
years or more. Mr. Burley has ar
ranged with the operating department
of the road, a3 well as the engineering
department and the passenger ofTlclals
at San Francisco, so that all the ar
rangements have been perfected. The
train will leave Salt Lake at 9:30 a. m.
and go to Ogden, thence to Mldlake
station on the big trestle across tho
farthest arm of the lake. Here the
crowd can pa6s a half-hour looking at
the work, and tho train will go back to
Promontory point, where the sandy
beach will be the feature and a glimpse
obtained of the big stern-wheel steam
er Promontory and the lesser craft.
It promises to be a novel affair.
RIO GRANDE ORDERS
12,000 TONS OF STEEL
The Denver & Rio Grande syetem hns
ordered 12.000 tons of sovonty-flve-pound
steel rails. This amount will
lay over 100 miles ot track, so the rail
road world Is engaged In a guessing
contest as to where It will be placed.
It Is more than likely that It will be
used In part to replace lighter rails all
along the main line, In which case the
lighter rail would be released.
However, railroads nowadays do not
lay heavy steel without a place for the
released rail and It Is therefore an as
sured fact that the mileage of the sys
tem will be Increased by 100 miles or
more. South of Marysvale Is tho 11k
llest place and then It may be that the
Rio Grande order Is for tho Western
Pacific or some other new allied pro
ject. At all events it is a goodly order and
its disposition will be watched with interest.
Who suggested Deep Creek?
Frank Plnlsted is in the city.
Vincent of the Erie has gone up
The Tonopah road is said to be very
The fishing party from Colorado got
back yesterday. Poor sport.
The Western Pacific evidently Is go
ing to cross the paying part of Nevada
General Superintendent J. H. Young
left for St. Louis last night, to be away
about ten days.
Said a leading traffic official yester
day: "There Is no thought of closing
the Ogden gateway, but some thought
of opening It wider."
Among the ofTlclals out of town are
Vice-President Bancroft, General Su
perintendent Buckingham of tho Short
Line .and J. A. Foley of the Illinois
Tho Rio Grande has a track running
south along the County road from
Sugar House. Some day It will be the
crack suburban line to Mill Creek and
Sues the Short Lino.
Loji V. Stegner yesterday filed suit
against the Oregon Short Line Railroad
company for J20.000 damages. He was
employed aa fireman by tho road, and
on May 10, it Is alleged, through the
negligence of the company, was struck
by a bridge timber near Pegram. Ida ,
and permanently injured. He fell
thirty feet from the brldg and nnd to
have a piece of bone two Inches square
removed from his skull. Tho suit Is bc
gun In the United States District court.
WORD that word la
it refers to Dr.Tutt's Liver Pills and
Arc you constlputed?
Troubled with lndlgostlon?
ANY of these symptoms and many others
Indicate inaction of the LIVER.
Take No Substitute.
Men! Don't Be Weak
tTo men who
1 m p o tency.
rheumatl a m,
kidney o r
bles I will
glvo tho UBO
of my world
trlc Belt ab
nnd not ono
penny In ad
vnnco or on
no low rid I
In mo.it onocs.
If It fallB to euro you don't nay mo nny
thln whatever. Bowaro of Imitations.
Tho genuine Dr. Sandon Bolt can only bo
had at my establishment as below. Stand
ard for -10 years. Call today and tako u
bolt alontr or wrlto for ono and my two
DR. T. N. SANDED", 997 Mnrkot St,
San Franoisco, GnL
8 pLirTiELV PUKE.
Itching, Burning Palms,
Painful Finger Ends,
Inflamed, Itching, Burning,
Sore, Tender and
ONE MIGHT TREATMENT.
Soak tho hands on retiring In a strong
hot, creamy lather of Cuticura Boap.
Dry and anoint freely with Cuticura
Ointment, the great skin cure aud purcBt
of emollients. Wear, daring tho night,
old, Ioobc kid ploveB, or bandago lightly
in old, soft cotton or linen. For red,
rough and chapped hands, dry, Assured,
itching, feverish palms, with brittle,
Bbapoicss nails and painful finger ends,
this treatment is simply wonderful, fre
quently curing in a slnglo application.
Complcto local aud constitutional
treatment for overy humour of tho
6kin, scalp and blood, with loss of hair,
may now be had for one dollar. Bathe
with hot water and Cuticura Soap, to
clcanso the surface of crusts and scales,
and soften the thickened cuticle. Dry,
without hard rubbing, and apply Cuti
cura Ointment freely, to allay itching,
irritation and inflammation, and soothe
and heal, and lastly, take the Cuticura
Resolvent Tills to cool and cleanse tho
blood. This treatmont affords instnut
relief, permits rest and oleep in the
severest torms of Eczema and other
Itching, burning and scaly humours,
nnd points to a speedy, permanent and
economical cure of torturing, disfigur
ing humours, from pimple to scrofula,
from Infancy to oge, when all other
remedies and tho best physicians fall.
Bali throotboutihi worM Culliot ritio'.rtiit, We-Oa
form o CbocoliU Coitid e. perTUI of 60), Olnl
mtnt. .Socp.ITt. DtacUt Lnilot. 77 ChrtrbnoM
Pi i rlt, t Itu d U rVxt Beita. 17 Coluintin
Pctitr Dmr t Cbm. C:t Hot PrspriUr.
RjrStntJ fir " Hi.- V C: Zihj Hamcnf."
S'io Groat Boautlflor
and Skin Tonlo.
Used by lendloc actresses,
ncer nud women of the villi
cloty of two cootlnunu for
ore than a quarter of i
11 Is the only preparation bar
lug Iba unqualified endurac
menu of physicians and rec
ommended by the in to In
crcnue firm, henltlij
ncnli on thin, hollowed
cbeiWn nnd neck wltboul
Ihf use of liquid rapillcloci
and tonics. ftEMOVliS
vrtINKL.12S from tbt
fnco and bands, no matter
ior deep tho farrow.
DEVELOPS THE IMMATURE DUST
ind will restore a breast to Its natural bnulj
tnd contour lost through slekpojs or cars Inc.
SPECIAL 0FFFR Tl1.0 ru" rice of Dr
nVJr Z . . . . Cbarlea Flotb Food h
11.00 a box, but to Introduce It Into thousands ol
Jew bomefl we haro decided to Bend two (2) boxci
f "II who answer this adrcrtlsoment tnd send ui
' 00. Ml ;x.cJfcaae aro scut In plain wrapper,
On sale at F. J. XI III Drug Co., COc a box.
Also other druggists and department
;pTiT A sample box Just onoucb to conrlnct
nCC you of tho crest merit of Dr Cbarlel
flesh Food will tw sont tree for 10 csnts, whlcl
toys for cost of malllnc. We wlU aim send yot
ur Illustrated book, ''Art of Massaco," wblcl
ontalns all the proper raorements for ma&saelnj
he face, neck and arm, and full directions foi
IcTPloplnc the bast. Address
Iru CHARLES 0(L,Q8 Fulton-st., Haw York.
A single time Is all wo ask. There Is
no better beer brewed than
TliER YOU'LL LIKE
It Is Invigorating1 and healthful as a
tonic. None better for a beverage.
That's why our sales Increase ao enor
mously each year. Quarls or pints in
Adam Snyder, Agt., 276 S. Main St.
Fred Krug Brewing So.
Omaha's Model Brewery,
Tolephono 1061 Y, SALT "LATTR,
FUSE TO MEN.
3CT ELECTEIO BELT.
Any roan who J waK. mcumatlo, full of
palnn and aohes, growing old and toning
his youthful ilro and vlpor. can havo my
Eiootrlo Belt fr6 until no i.i cured. I am
not Giving It away unless I fall to cure
you. When you aro cured you can puy
mo, not othorwlse. I don't want money I
don't earn. I don't need It, but I urn after
tho dollars that are dally coins Into ubo
lcss drugging and fake trearmtmts, cr.a 1
am wllllnjf to show my own faith by wait
Inif for my pay until I havo dono tho
work. Bo wrlto for my belt today. Inclos
ing thin ad.
DB. M. T. H'LATJGHLIN.
631 Sixteenth Ht.. Denver. Colo.
Now and elegant in all Itn tippolntmonUi.
2W) rooms, slnglo pr on Bulto, 6i roomH with
bath. G. B. Holmes, Proprlotor.
Ban Podro, Loa An- VP?"??
gel9 & Salt Lako OU2
'From Oregon Short Lino depot, Salt Lata
For Provo, Lehl. FalrrMd and
Nophl. Mantl and polntn on
Sanpeto Valley Ry '7:30 rum.
For Garfield Beach, Tooele,
Stockton, Mummoth, Eureka,
nnd Silver City m8x00 sum.
For Provo. American Fork.
Lehl, Juab. Mllford, Frisco,
Cftlientco and Intermediate
point 6:05 p.m.
From Provo, American Fork,
Lofll. 2 :ab, Mllford, Frisco.
CldU-iteo and lntermedlato
polntn'. ,..... 9:33 turn.
From Provo. Lehl, Falrneld,
Merour aM Sanpete Valley
Ry. point 5:35 p.m.
From Sliver City, Mammoth,
Eureka, Stockton, Tooelo and
and Garfield Beach 5:35 p.m.
Dafiy Pullman Buffet 81eeplnff Car Ser
vice between Salt Lake, Mllford, Modona
Dlreot otapro connections for all mining
dlBtricto In Bouthern Utah and Nomdn,
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Streot
I Telephone 2 50.
B. "W. GILLETT, J. L, MOORE,
Qen'l Paag. Agt. DlsL Pass. Apt
I A Delightful Place to Visit. j
B A Profltablo Placo to Live. B
I ..SEE.. I
I aMornia j
H Greatest Play Ground on Earth. p
H Famous Places Which Everyono a
Wants to See. f
Invent In a Ticket to CALIFOR- b
R NIA and Secure Rich Dividends In H
1 HEALTH. PLEASURE AND R
j Mountains, Valloyo. Rivers, Lakes I
B and Oo an Reached by the r
S Southern Pacific J
a Company's Lines
M For descriptive and llluntrotlvo
fiS literature call nt No. Ml Main :!
RJ Street. Salt Lake City.
g D. R. GRAY, General Agent. g
feWfTOB In Effect
1 June 19, 1904.
From Ocden, Portland.
Butte, San FranclBco. Chi
cago, St. Louis, Omaha,
and Denver S:25 a,m.
From Ocden and Intermedi
ate points 9:10 a.m.
From Ogdcn. Cache Valloy,
and Intermediate points 11:55 nm,
From Ogden, Chicago, St.
Louis, Kansas City. Oma
oa, Denver and San Frnn-
T.c,sco 4:20 p.m.
Prom Offden. Cacho VaJley,
Butte, Portland and San
Francisco 730 p.m.
For Ogden, Omaha. Chicago,
Denver, Kaneas City and
St Louis 7K)0 a,m
For Ogden. Portland, Butte,
San Francisco and Interme
diate points 10:20 a,m.
For Ogden, Omaha, Chicago,
Denver, Kansas City. St.
Louis and San Francisco.. 1x30 p.m.
For Ogdcn, Cache Valloy,
Denver, Kansas City, Oma
ha, St Louis and Chicago. 5:45 pm,
For Ogden, Caoho Valley,
Butto. Helena, Portland,
San Francllico and Interme
diate points 1 11:45 p.ra,
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Traffic Mgr.
D. E. BURLEY. G. P. & T. A.
D. 8. SPENCER, A- O. P. & T. A.
City Ticket office, 201 Main utreet
mm NEW YORK
m York, Gibraltar, Naples.
Superior accommodation. Excellent Cut-
slno. Comfort of passcagor6 carefully
considered. Slnclo or Round Trip Tickets
6etweon New York nnd 5cotch, English,
7 IrMh and all principal Scandinavian and
f Continental points at nttractlvo rates. Sond
for Book ot Tours. For tlckcte or eenornl
uiloruiaKon apply to any local agent o the
Anchor Lino or
HENDEHS0N BROS., Gen'l AcenU, CHICAGO. ILL.
Primary, Soaondory or iorilary Blood Poison
Pormnnontly Curvd. Ton can bo treated at homo
nndor shido tunrnnty. Capital JiOO.000, Wo solicit
tho most obsllnato casos. Wo hnvo ourod tho worst
cane In 10 to 83 dnys. If jon hnv6 taken mercury,
iodldnpotaih anil still havo aches and pains. Mucus
Jfttcho In Month, Sbro Throat. Pimples. Copper
Colored Spot!. Uleora on nuy part of the body.Halr
or Kvobrovra ralllnff out, wrlto for proofs of cuxca.
k Hemedy Coo
81OUAS0S10 ID1IPLE. CMuja. DL lC0-ti Deck Tnt
INeldenJudson Drug Co.
CIGARS A SPECIALTY.
POSTOFFTCE BOX 370.
EDW. C. SMITH. Pres.
JOHN P. COBB, Vlce-Pres. & Mgr.
JNO. J. JUDSON. Troas.
F. L. PEARL, 80c.
y to buy where you can buy tho best
goods for tho loast money. I soil honest,
rellablo Jowolry, Watohos, Diamonds and
Clocks cheaper than you oun buy them in
any othor place in tho city.
75 East Second South Struct, botwoen
Commoralal aud Btato Btroots. ,
'TIsthe Comfort Lint
ON THE POPULAR
THE ERST ANT
Afl WE 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 HENEiflRSON ROUTH
HABIT?" IT WILL US.
US HBUT IT
$5, GL LETT) SAY, General Agn&j
V. J. OUN27INGHAJ
feav. Pans. Aga4i ,
flST, LOUIS, MXV.
Cheap Rates to
J&NTJ OTHER BABTZNRN POINTS VTii
3-TRAI DAILY 3
TDSte can save yon mcny. Writ SMw
C. F. WARREN. General Agent
CI Dooly Block, Salt Lalto City.
IN EFFECT MAY SO. 190C
LEAVE SALT LAKE. C:S0, 9:00, 11:00 n,
m.. 1:S0, 8.S0, 6:S0. C.30, 7:M p, m.
LEAVE LAGOON, 7:20, 10:00 a. m.. 12a
noon, 2:S0, 4:80. 6:30, 8:30, 10:30 p. m.
Last train leaveo Lagoon Sunday :so
Fare for -f
Round Trip -2 5 LIS
A. D. PIERSON, Pass, & Tlckt Aft,
J. B. BEAN, Excursion Agt.
OFFICE, 161 MAIN ST.
Extra trains. 2:0 and 4:S0 p. m. on Sun
days and holidays,
T TNION ASSAY OFFICE,
M. S. HANAUER, Managor.
Removed to 152 South W. Temple.
SAMPLES BY MAIL AND EXPRESS
will recelvo prompt attention. Analytical
work a speclulty. Send for price list.
Salt Lako as Xod Angeles Railway. W
TIME TABLE. fl
In effect May 31at, 1904. ' jj
GSINSLEA.VB RETURNING S M
BALT LAKE ARRIVE SALT I 'If
LAKE. S M
? J2:5? No- 1, 12:30 p, m. I m
Vr0t i- p" ra No' 3. 3:3 V. rn. 1
No. 6, 4:00 p. m. No. 6. 6i30 p. m, I II
No. 3, C:00 p. m. No. 7. 6:30 p. m. I 'K
No. 10. 6:00 p. m. No. 9, 7:30 p. m. fi It
No. 12. 7:00 p, m. No. 11. 8:30 p. m, 'Bf
No. H, 8:00 p. m. No. 13, 10:00 p. m. f 'III
No. 16. 9:00 p. m. No. IS, 11:45 p. m. W
FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP 25 M
CENTS, I M
Sunday, last train leaves Saltalr at 90 I vj
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT Li N F
TO ST. LOUIS. 1
Through car, Salt Lako City to St.
Louis and Kansas City. Only one charigt
to Now York. Buffalo and principal points
East low rates lor summer trav'eL
Especial attention to ladles and chili j
Tourist sleepers through to Chicago, ,
Boston and other points without change.
Two traina dally. ,
Inqulro at ticket ofCIce, 103 Dooly block.
Salt Lako City. Any Information cheer,
fully given, H. C, TCWNSEND.
G. P. Si T. A. Missouri Pacific Ry St.
RIO Q8ANDE I
In offcot June 8, 1904. I
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY. I
No. 10 For Bingham, Hober, JfH
Provo and Marypvnle S;00 a-ra. I
No. 102 For Park City 8:15 a.m. j
No. 6 For Denver and East 8:50 a.m. (
No. 6 For Ogden and West 10:60 a.m. j H
No. 1 For Ogden and WTcBt 1:45 p,ra. ' I H
No. 2 For Denver and East. 2:15 p.m. 'IH
No. 8 For Provo and Eureka.... D'.CO p.m. .'H
No. 11 For Ogden and local pts.. 6:05 p.m. .
Ko. 4 For Denver and East. 8:05 p.m. t W
No. 3 For Ogden and West 11:56 a.m. M
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY. M
No. 6 From Ogdon nnd the East S:40 a.m. ; j B
No. 12 From Ogden and local ptsl0:2S a.m. J U
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo.. 10:00 om. H
No. 6 From Donvcr and East. ..10:40 a.m. j H
No, 1 From Denver and East... li3S p.m. K
No. l J'rom Ogden and West.... 3:05 p.m. i Mr
No. lul -From Park City 5:15 p.m. . H
No. -From Bingham, Honer, wm
Provo and MaryBvale G:G0 p.m. ML
No 4 From Ogden and tho West 7:55 p.m. 'rlf
No. 8 From Denver and East. ..11:43 p.m. "Hj
All train except Nob. 1 to top at in- 9g
termettnte points. .
Tloket office, Dooly Block.
'Pbone 205. ! B
IL At BENTON. O. A P. It. j I
IJ. W. OURRIE, 1 1
ASSAYER, ! U
T) W. Jrd South. Salt Lako City. r ffl
II They havo been equipped for the service to St. Louis, and I !j
in (here are none more comfortable or better ventilated. In the J j 8Jj
m Standards the upholstering is plush; in the Tourists' it is rat- 4 5t
M tan. Let me know which you prefer either is good, and v m
II cither is at your command. The Tourist is the cheaper of the j. j
SPs'jr'ii Wrlto today and I will give you fuH u v lH
i 0 1 details by return mall. f Ejj
1 I ti 0 Mi S' r" TrESEEN" General Agent, ffl
1 HulSS 70 W' SEC0ND S0IIT:a ST, $m
1 fjly, Salt Lake City, Utah. ' 1!
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ITOE THE WABASH fffil
SAINT LOUIS I
THE ONLY LINE II
THE WORLD'S'FAIH j
MAIN ENTRANCE. j I
Phil. P. Hitchcock, O. A, P. D., Denver, Colo. i J