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KjESDAY MOKNING, JULY 19, 1004. juSLE SALT JLAKE TRIBUNE; H
g I -
U From the Wasatch
Si ige After (Vkiug Sur-
vey of Location.
IBof Twenty Engineers Testing
Msibility of Diverting Streams
'Rlnto Strawberry Valley: "
if s uio rtnest natural reservoir
ttlfever saw," said Prof. Gcorire L.
SbKbqii yesterday in. regard to the
ioSSunenfs proposed site for a stor
r hijwervotr which is to hold water for
On! jT-needed by Utah's great Jrriga-
Swendsen. who is in charge of
. overnnienjs reclamation 'service
i - ft, returned Sunday night from a
4 ' at iniqection of the preliminary
?2hi that is being done high up on the
. B side of the "Wasatch range. There
Pfjj-jj irps of some twenty engineers en-
Kl -:ln tll,s worj1, wJllch 5s lai'Rei' for
ati irpose of testing the feasibility of
tfng a half dozen additional
'IcefJ ns into the Strawberry valley,
: f Small Dam Is Needed,
i jj . lomparatlvely small dam js re
II ft1-to convert this valley into a
Qoth reservoir, the only problem
jftb secure tho water to fill It: A
flils flow of the Strawberry river
Ivvvoulcl cover the reservoir to a
.5i0f only about two feet. An
ijlant water supply exists on that
r 'aJfelictl to nil the reservoir to the
sllof from fifty to 100 feet, a suf
IjDsupply to make the big irrigation
2j ft. practicable, "but the contour of
3 iuntry Is such that actual surveys
j$ e required to determine the feas
v Xot diverting the other streams
g he Strawberry valley.
Work Progressing Well.
(: Swendsen expressed himself as
2 rpieased with the way this work
3 (pressing. The engineering corps
' rlded Into a main party and two
3 6rpsf it being necessary for the
M prps to be attended In their work
A fchition pack outfits, which arc in
8of experienced mountaineers. E.
JpK'i". one of the most capable en
Mm1 in tne Government service, Is
j9K the party, and lie Is doing very
sfh -uork. In fact every man of
i fttlre force Is taking a keen In
v 1 in the work. Prof. Swendsen
and Is doing his full share to push
completion as rapidly as, possible,
a Swendsen Is Enthusiastic.
jm if; Swendsen is enthusiastic over
a rater supply and the reservoir site
:j fthe found on the other side of the
'j tains. There is yet a great deal
' iw at the source of the beautiful
J hs which abound there, and the
i ferature goes down to the freezing
fr;everv night. The surveying par
ly t,ie 'ast of the week will have
f ijpa. the west fork of the Duchesne,
Jife is the third largest stream toe
jKKthe Strawberry river.
m mm day
Lf ! ittee in Charge Making Ac
jjftive Preparations for the
a . committees in charge are making
:st"i5Teffort lo nave tne P1neer cele:
fl1 next Monday In-thls city a corn
ofbsuccQSs. Among the features in
jrhisferade will be the "Old Sow" and
pbsss1 jhistorlc pieces of ordnance of
cWn? :r days. The original ploneurs of
Ajpjai 5? wel1 as al who came in the
J Ii ffe specially invited to attend.
.-M lwlnB" lnvit'atl6n being oillcialty
,by the committee yesterday':
efsons now living who arrived in
rep ny ume during the year 'IS 17, and
ke, w make It convenient to attend,
blisbs1 gently invited to be present, as
sOuff rf honored guests of the oceu
aV, , Pioneer day celebration, to
, t , " 0L!berLi' Irk, oh Monday
i July 2a. They are requested to
h niall. as soon as possible, name.
- P"1 address to Tj. M. IVfq
mpil 1 232 1 West First South street.
wfe iCity' who w,,l Ornish all
'cw' information concernihg tho
M'V rovetl fr their com-
i.w' ;2 for, their" conveyance to and
t Parlr- The mos'- a'd one of
ii Wfu nfesent on the occasion
SS clve,a valuable souvenir.
'5'j5 X M ,cannh captured by the
' ,llerj' in Manila will also be In
ewf f316 and- many Uoats are being
.mUfc' ;,.ym,erchants and others to add
, iLand novelty to the procession
at rr ' -
,,atWt !f 0111:0111(5 diarrhoea After Ten
..rf, Whto Eay n few words in
. ? Chamberlain's Colic, Chopra
!Dea Itemed" says Mrs.
V.g lABurgc, of Martinsville, Va. i
f:tom Chnlc dla.rr.hoea for tQn
. S that tlme trlc varl-
f?nM 'Ithout staining anv
U f ir? WQS ken solera
jefS' 5! 0u tProcurc n holtlc of this
e t?!l rC r0llef' 1 thcn decided
elA'" r or vlne myaeIf- and aw not
RECORD OF A DAY
Justico Dispensed to Several Vio
lators of the. Iaw "Yes
Peter Pfotcs, who ayjis arrested on Sun
duy for vloiatlng the Sunday llauor ordl
.nnnce, was arraigned in court yesterday.
Tho case was. continued until today.
' O li U
Thomas II. Donovan, who was charged
with having drawn a pistol on a messcn-'
gcr boy, made a motion through his at-r
tocney that the .ludgmcnb of the court
lining' him .$50 be set aside, Tho case will
come up todaj
Trying to prove that he was not drunk,
John Larson called on Mike Brcnnan, who
had spent the Sabbath In testing the
standard of Salt Lake saloons, to testify
that he was as sober as he -was. Tho tes
timony caused much merriment In court.
For the third lime William Carroll was
charged with abusing his former wife.
About a year ago Mrs. Carroll divorced
nlm. Since then he has been continually
going to her house, calling her vile names
ami threatening her with bodily violence.
Tvl?R before ho was lined and given Im
prisonment by tho court. His conduct
has so affected tho woman that It Is said
shb Is suffering with nervous prostration,
as she Is In fear of her life. Carroll was
given thirty days yesterday without op
tion of any line, and for tliat time he can
not abuse any more helpless womeu.
C. K. Dubois, the man who had tho cu
rious pipe dream, was In court on a
charge of drunkenness. lie was starting
In , lb lell tlie court about his dream, but
was rudely interrupted by the question:
"Have yon ever been in court befort?"
Dubois woke up enough to answer
"No." He was told to 'begone and dream
no more. "Do noble things, not dream
them all day long," was the Injunction. '
Kelpert, Benjamin, aged 2$, 2C3 South
Main street, Julyd4.
Ward. TCmery, aged CO, IG West Seventh
South. July 15.
Kiikeby, lcven I. F,, nged 3, 527 South
State, July 17.
Allen, McKay, aged - days, 132 B street,
Warren, cirl to "Walter and Phoebe, ITS
e&dc street, July 14.
Martin, boy to Abraham and Marchla, il7
Kast Ninth South. July 13.
Lund, twin girls to Conrad and Hclcnc,
S2S South Fifth Fast, July 9.
-r -r-r '
f Cases Set for Today.
Division iN'o. 1. Judge Hall. -f-
No setting. -f
-f Division No. 2. Judge Stewart. --
No court. -f
Division No. 2 Judge Morse.
-f No setting.
-- Division No. 3 Judge Lewis.
-f- Utah Savings and Trust company
-f Civil Division. Judge Tanner. -f
No court. -f
' - -:. ,.
Emmy M. Gardellus filed a complaint
for divorce in tho District court yester
day against John GardeIus, whom she
charges with non-support and desertion,
The couple were married In this city In
December. 1S90. and have two children, the
custody of whom Is asked bv the plain
tiff. Four forelRners wero admitted to citi
zenship In the United States yesterdav.
They aro "William llllngworth, a native of
England, Harold Nick el by of Wyoming,
August Steingrubor of Germany and Mag
Kle G Hemphill of Canada. District Judge
Morse administered the oath of allegiance
to the first two and Judge Hall admitted
the other two.
Censured by Coroner's Jury.
"That the deceased, Charles S. Ken
dall, dled'ns the result of a fall, such
fall and death resulting from the negli
gence of George Curley, or Curley &
Co., his employers."
The foregoing verdict was returned
by the Coroner's jury in the case of
Kendall, who was killed by falling from
a platform in the Curley stoneyards. it
wirt be remembered that Kendall leaned
upon a rotten '2x1 rail at the end of the
platform on which he was woking.
The decision of the jury thus fixes the
responsibility for the man's death upon
Curley, who ought to have provided
proper and sound appliances.
Station A Ready.
Station A. the new poslofflee station
at Eighth East and Second South
streets, is ready for business' so far as
the sale of supplies Is concerned, and
the carriers will be transferred in a
very few days. The district to be sup
plied by the new station Is. all that
port of the city east of a line extending
from E and Fourth streets south to
Brlgham, thence . to Fifth East, and
thence south to Ninth South. The car
riers to be transferred, from the main
office to Station A are: S. N. Ran
dolph, 32; Robert Vint, 25: C. F. Gate
house. 42; T. A. Stanley. 12,' D, L. Hart
well, 2. A. P.. Ivnowlton, -11; N. O.
Trout, 1C; F. E. Keefe, 3fi; W. H. White.
29; J. A, nail, 3G: Persons living in
the district to be supplied from Station
A will receive their Sunday mail at the
station unless they order It held at the
main ofilec for Sunday delivery.
All Anxious for Packing-House.
Prominent stockmen of the State are
evincing great interest in the proposi
tion to establish a packing-house In
Salt Lake. Among those who called
yesterday on J. C. Leary lo offer en
couragement lo the project were James
A. Eldredge of Woods Cross, John ir.
Rich of Bingham Cty and David Dow
nen of this city. These gentlemen han
dle thousands of head of stock everv
year and they are fully alive to tho
advantages of a packing plant In mak
ing a market for their product
They arc ready to toko stock
in the enterprise as soon as the
plans are formulated, and it is
safe to say that every enterprising
stockman In the State Is equally Irtcr
ested In helping the packing-house.
There Is. every Indication that the pro
posed plant will be In operation the
Sales of Realty.
Sales of real estate closed yesterday
by Tuttle Bros, were as follows: C. O.
Merrill to Amy Giles, the eight-room
modern house at C7 P "street, $3300:
Myrtle Pratt to John H. Akert, cottage
at 1052 Prlncton avenue, ?1700; Augusta
Lawiach to Mjs. N. C. Anderson, apart
ment cottage at 620 West Sixth North
street, $1S00. Mrs. Anderson Is a recent
arrival' to the city from' Idaho' and MrB.
Gilc3 Is from M'ahti. " ' '
MUSIC BY TELEPHONE.
Plan to Transmit- the Tabernacle,
If experiments now being made by.
the Bell. Telephone, company In the
Tabernacle prove successful hot. only
the hundreds who attend the regular
Tabernacle recitals will have the pleas
ure of hearing them, but the glorious
music will be transmitted by means of
the telephone to. all parts of the Inter
mountaln region. The first experiment
was arranged In front of the rear gal-
"lery, these transmitters connected with
a receiver at the end of a wire' running1
down the east stairs and outside. To
each of the transmitters was attached
a paper megaphone. While the experi
ment of Saturday was hot entirely sat
isfactory, It is believed by the tele
phone company that an apparatus can
be arranged whereby tho beautiful
music can; be successfully transmitted
over their wires, The second experi
ment will probably be made at the reci
tal to be.'held this afternoon.
Files Incorporation Papers.
The S.oplety of th'0 SwcdlslBrotherhood
of America has Incorporated, filing Us
articles with the County Clerk yesterday
Tho purposes of tho organization arc set
out to be "to endeavor to Improve the
moral, intellectual and social conditions
of' the members, and by fraternal admoni
tions to Inspire a due appreciation of the
realities and responsibilities of life; to pro
niQto good citizenship; to hold lectures,
rend essays and. when practicable, to es
tablish and maintain libraries for the im-prpve-ment
of the members." etc. Oscar
A.1 Larson Js president of, tho organization;
J. A, Johnson, vice-president; William F.
Itoberg, recording secretary; Nels A. Mar
tinson, financial secretary; Alfred Alseen,
treasurer; Oscar Eman, auditor for six
months; Andrew S. TJackman. for twelve
months; James Erlckson, lor eighteen
Arrested on Suspicion.
In Orson Fitzgerald, who was, arrested
last night on suspicion of being Impli
cated hi one of the many hold-ups that
have occurred lately, and Inter for carry
ing a revolver, the police think they have
a danKorous criminal.
He had been seen loitering around In
suspicious coinpan. and after receiving
tho description from some of tho victims
of tho robberies the iwllce thought Fitz
gerald would bear watching. Accordingly,
ho was arrested b Detective Burt on
suspicion. After being examined ho Was
released under surveillance, to be brought
back an hour later on tho charge of
carring concealed weapons, as ho came
to claim tho possessions which were taken
from him at the time of his arrest. Among
them was a revolver, for which he is now
Bright's Disease and
San Francisco. July 11, 1901.
To the Women of Salt Lake City:
Some of you have loved ones stricken
with Bright's Disease or Diabetes. Let
me give you hope. I can speak, because
I know. I was stricken with Diabetes
myself. Only Diabetes can understand
tlie tortures the hopelessness. I went
to the Women's Hospital (one of our
best.) They told me I was incurable.
I grew worse (sugar was 11 per cent)
and went to the Cooper Medical College
for examination. Same verdict lncura
ble. Thoroughly discouraged, I went
home to die. A Mrs. Clark, then living
at 1013 Larkln street, called to tell ire
there was a cure and where to get it.
The third week the dreadful, thirst di
minished. I began to sleep better and
In a jear I was completely well.
1 have a large boarding-house on the
corner of Powell and Sutter. One of the
boarders Is William White, formerly
deputy city assessor. He had to give
up his position due to Bright's Disease
had been in both St. Luke's Hos
pital and the Waldeck Sanitarium
without result when I learned what tlie
trouble was and told him ho could get
Well. He was swollen with, dropsy, al
bumen was heavy, heart was involved
and he felt sure he could not recover.
In a month he began to mend and is now
perfectly well. To the women of Amer
ica I want to say that Chronic Bright's
Disease and Diabetes are positively cur
TUrs. Katherine Matthewson.
The above is strlctli' true.
The above refers to the' newly-discovered
Fulton Compounds, the first cures
the world has ever seen for Bright's
Disease and Diabetes. We are the sole
agents. Ask for painphlet.
F. J. HILL DRUG CO.. Salt Lake City.
When to susped Bright's Disease
puffy ankles or hands weakness with
out visible cause kidney trouble after
third month smoky urine frequent
urination falling Iaion one or more
Small babies quickly grow to
. large babies when fed on Mcl
lin's Food. Mellin's Food
furnishes material for growth.
A sample of. Mellin's Food costs you nothing
but the actlne, Will you not then ask for
it for your baby's sake ?
MELLIN'S I-'OOD C0 BOSTON, MASS, '
! In the benutlfuj suburbsof Oahlaud. (a
fS California. Confers decraps and m
M a rants rf I pl,b ni as . Seminary 13
7 qoihfic accredited to (he Unlvcislllcs
pi tnd, leadluc lirifttcrn ColleRefl. Wall g3
hj lenn opiney? tijustio. 1004. "Write CM
3 for liapdsotu'ely Illustrated cablocuc. Hri
v (UR3. C.T. MILLS, Prec. M?
uj Mills Colleos P. 0 California 1$
tyM&iBrU UBEpMKji 0o 7)1? a for unnntnrM
AUfW I t o & srYi1 (iUcpargcs, Inflammations,
mfKcJ otislwd VI IrrltAllona or' ulcoratloni
KuSJb not i tulatarf. of muoobo tu cm brants.
BT, rru Coctcio. Palulces, ond riot, istrln
8f2CTTEEyAHSCKyjlCAlC3. jfont.or polconoue.
VOkL CIH0IHNM!,O.g'gj53 Gold by(i?Jirzla.
iEa. u.b. j. JvSl or nt n Plp'r VPFr
1 Lpwla ir kxprr'4, prcp&id,' for
4 -SWPV Cirdular KiK ou rwiUWt,
A Pill in Time
wiU save a serious sickness especially
to people subject to Bilious attacks,
Sick Headaches or who. suffer'fronv
Stomach disorders. A pill in need is a
riijnd indeed, and you should never
be without a box of
Sold Everywhere. In boxes 10c nwl i'jc.
1 1 HAD "SIXTEEN
I ...IEEIJL. !
3 attracted at the Boston Dental Par- i
Jlors, 120 Main sf., without an atom of :
3 pain or unpleasant effect. '
S A. C RAINEY.
i "We are the largest dental concom In
9 the State, and OUR RULE IS PER
iFECT WORK AT POPULAR )
3, PRICES -
1 ' " j
Im Good set of teeth. $3. 1
Gold crown. 22-k., J5. ,i
Bridge work, J5.
Gold fillings, $1 to S3. fj
Best alloy fillings, $1. A
All other filling's. 50 cents. B
Painless extraction, 50 , cents.
"Vc guaranteo and keep our work lp J
3 Lady attendant. Hours, S to 7; Sun- ffl
S day, 10 to 2. S.
Eosfon Dental Parlors, 1
J rz6 Main Street. H
URNISHED BY US
OR A TR1VAL AMOUNT
Costs about 3-4c per hour to run
a buzz fan.
Keeps your house or office cool.
Wo also sell the celebrated Dayton
Call and- see the fan exhibit at
Electric Supply Co,
151 Main Street.
EPfiFlCTn,aDa Y O U N G, MIDDLE
g W 1 K?a 0 AGED AND ELDER
ra 3 kJk m LY. If you aro scxual
m I Era V 'y weak, no matter
si i I a U ffc,ni what cause: un
CyyoJ" ijjfa developed; have strlc
gw. aw-'rrVw ture, varicocele, etc.,
iMY PERFECT APPLIANCE will euro
jou. No drujfs or electricity; 50,noo cured
and de cloned. 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Send for
frc-o booklet. Sent scaled. Guaranteed.
Write today. R. C Emmet, 203 Tabor
block, Denver. Colo.
1 fSMIk a
Happy families are to be seen j
l at Lagoon scattered over the ti
1 grounds, Some down by the B
j lake, others in tho cool, shady jji
bowery, or possibly in the dnnc- j
ing pavilion. j
I It's a great place for family
S parties, for it's a place suited to 1
jl both old and young.
J. BEEGERMAN, Lessee.
1 Cure ' H
d) '- s
Stop the Htcbmg,
2 Dandruff Is a symptom of nn
N unhealthy scalp: It is usually
Bk accompanied by Tallin hair and
dlsacreeablo ltchliiK at tho roots Vv
of tho hair. gjS
DORE'S DANDRUFF CURE,
If used regularly, will forever M
(JSi banlnh dandruff from tho head. (f
It fejds the roots of tho hair Vjr'
fSh and destroys the microbe that m&
W caused dandrun. It in moBt do
Agi llRhlful to use, making the head
cool and the hair smooth and r
OA glossy, and stops It from falling Bm
w out. JS
Large bottle, $1.00. (gfl
Bruehl FranRcn, f
) Southeast corner Main and y.
?& Third South street, Salt A
rWVrilOTWl i about tun wonderful
MARVEL Whirling Spr. v
ViSiSSv. ttonandXuclfon. Ilft-i?-.
'SrvSoRav, rM Sloat ConvenlciiL
XiU joordrojVulfrtrll, ML
U ho daniwn oupply Uiq x'i.'?
.laAUVK, ncretit no NjSV, Ll',QLr
itihcr.but nsnJMAinpfor wfc. ff'-WA
l)li4traiMHooX-f('i. UbItc g '',
41 1'arU nov, A'ow lork. liafflti
P.oj; sale by. F. C. Schramm, 35", .7.
Hill-Drug' Co; aud Onus. Vun'Dyke
r ' c - :; .
In effect Juno S, ,
LEAVE SALT IjAKE CITY.
No. 10 For Hcber, Provb ahd
Marysvalo . S;00 a.m.
No. 102 For Park City S;15 a.m.
No. t For Denver and East... . 8-&0 a.m.
No. & For Ogdcn a.nd West 10:50 a.m.
No. 1 For Ogder. and AVeBt 1.13 p m.
No. 2 For Denver and East 3;15 p.m.
No. 8 For Provo and Eureka.... 6 C0 p,m, '
No. 11 For Ogdcn and local pta.. 0:05 p.m.
No. -i--For Denver and East 8:05 n(m.
No. 3 For Osfaen and V.est 11:53 p.m.
No. 3il! For Bingham 8:10 a.m.
No. lit For Bingham 3;CO p.m.
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY,
No. C From Ogficn and ihe Bcsi 8:10 a.m.
No. 12 From Dgden and local pt3l0;23 a.m.
No. 7 Frgm Eureka, and i'royo.. 10:00 a.m.
No 5 From Denver and East...l0:J'J a.m.
No, 1 From Denver und Ea3t... 1:35 p;m.
No. 7 From Ogden and West.... 3:05 p.m.
No. 101 -FrOm Parle City..; 0:15 p,m.
No. I' From llcbcr, Provo and
Marysvalo fi'CO p in.
No. ! From Ogden and tho "West 7:53 p.m.
No. 3 From .Denver and East... 11: Up P-m.
No 111 From Bingham ......11:00 a.m.
No. 113 From Bingham fi:50 p.m.
All train except Nos. 1 tj C atop at In
Ticket office. Dpoly Hlock.
I A. BENTON. G. A. P. D.
COLOKADO-UTAH SHORT LINp
TO ST. LOUIS.
Through car. Salt Lako City to St.
Loula and Kansas City. Only one chancfl
to Now Y'ork, Buffalo ana principal polnu
East low ratea for summer travel.
Eupeclal attention to ladies and chli.
Tourist sleepers through to Chicago
Booton and other points -without change.
Two trains dally.
Inqulro at ticket office, IOC Dooly block
Salt Lake City. Any Information cheer
fully given. H . C. TCWNSEND,
Q P. & T A. Missouri Pacific Ry., St.
P rx ffit SAILING
'gEfwmi NEW YORK
b'j York, Gibraltar, Naples,
Superior accommodation. Excellent Cul-
cine. Comfort of pnssenccra carefully
ii considered. Slrtclo or Round Trip Tickets
ftetwqen Now York and .Scotch, English,
Irish und :d principal Scandinavian and
I Continental points at attractive ra'c$. Send
" for Book of To'nro. For tlckctr or acncral
information apply .to any local accat of tho
Anchor Lice or e
HEfJDERSOH BROS.. Gcn'l Agenlc. CHICAGO. ILL.
The State Bank of Utah
Corner Ualn and South Temylo Sto.,
Salt Lake City.
JOSEPH F. SMITH. Prf aldont. '
WILLTAM B. PRESTON". Vlce-FTi-SlGenL I
CHARLES S. BURTON, Caahlor. I
HENRY T. M'EWAN, Ast. Cashier. j
GENiSBAL BANKING- BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited. Srclal attention to !
country trade. Corrcopojidcnce InvJ""
J. E, Coefjrlff, Prc3. E. W. "Wilson. Caahlor
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
J. J. Daly, "W. P. Noble, 'VIce-Prenldcnta. !
A. H. Peabody, Aao't Cashier.
WELLS. SCO. BANK
Salt Lako City. Utah.
Tho Oldeat and StroaKcat Bank la Utah.
Undivided proilta )
Transacts a general banking business,
domestic, and foreign.
Direct, corrections with bankfl la oil
principal cities o tno world.
Draftn. ) On all
Lcitero of Credit, promlnep.t
Tolcfrraphlc Transfers. 7 oUIci.
Dtclta received subject to check.
H. L. MILLER, Caahlor.
H IP. CLARK. Asst. Qvthlor.
ESTABLISHED l&U. 150 OFFICES.'
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
Qc. DUN & CO.,
The Mercantile Agency.
GEORQE RUST, General Manaser,
Utah, Idaho and VJyomlhfr.
Offico in Prosrea3 bids., Salt Lake City.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID, Jft0.00.
GALT LAKE CITT, UTAH.
Eatabllohed 1S59. Incorporated 03.
Transact a General Banklnc Bualncao.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RBNT.
J-ESERET NA$."VNAL BANK,
UNTfED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lako City, Utah.
Capital, $5t)0,000 Surplus, 250,000
B, B. HILLS, MOSES THATCHER,
r Prceldent. Vico-Prealdont.
IL O. YOUNG, E. S. HILLS.
r Cashlor A8t. Cannier.
, Bafo depoBlt boxes for rent.
NATIONAL -BANK OF
U. S. DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX .PreoldcnB
JJIES A. MVRRAY Vlco-Presldont
W. F. ADAMS CaohioD
CAPITAL PAID IN. S500.000.
Banklnff In all ltn branches transaotod,
Exchmso drawp on tho principal cltlod
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DE3POSIT3.
jcoobnice: & CO.,
mit Lako City, U&&
Ban Pedro, Loe An- VrXvrC
gl ZBl Lak NU1S
From Oregon Shdrt Lino depot, Salt Lata
For Provo. Lehl, Falrliold and
Nophl. Want I nr.d points on
Sanpote Valley Ry "7:30 o.xa.
For Garfield Beach. ' Tooele,
Stockton, Mammoth, Eurqka.
"and Sliver City - "8:00 sum,
For Provo, American Foik,
Lehl, Juab, Mllford, FrlSco,
Callcntcs and Intormedlato
points , 6:05 p.m.
From Provo, American For!:.
Lfhl, 3 lab, Mllford, Frlcca,
CilIteo and Intermediate
pointa..'. 0:3B a.ta.
From Provo. Lehl, Fairfield,
Mercur Sanpeto Valley
Ry.. polntB 5:35 p.IQ.
From Sllvor City, Mammoth.
Eureka, Stockton, Tooelo and
and Garfield Beach. 5:35 p.m.
Dally Pullman BufTet Sleeping Ctr Ser
vice "between Salt Lake, Mllford, Modcna
Direct fltase connections for all mlnlaff
dlstrlcta In aouthorn Utah and Nevada,
City Tiokot Offlcc, 201 Kaln Btroot
I ffclophono 250.
S3. "W. aDIiETT, J. L. MOORE.
Gfln'l.PaaG. Afft, Dint. Pass. Airt.
Cheap Rates to
(iND OTHER EASTE-RN POINTS VU,
STJ can avo 70a money. Writ in.
C. F. T7ARREN. General Acent j
Ol Dooly Bl6ck. Salt Lako City. j
Salt Lake & Los Angeles Railway.
In effect Hay 31, 1904.
GOING LEAVE RETURNING
SALT LAKE. ARRIVE SALT
No. 2. 10:00 a. ni, No. 1, 12;3u p. m.
No. l. 2:00 p. in. No. S. 2:0 p. in.
No. fi. A'.OO p. mr No. f.. ".30 p. m.
No. S, C 00 p. ni. No. 7. fi:30 p. m.
Nn. 10. i;-00 p. m. No. ?. 7:30 p. m.
No. 12. 7:00 p. m. No. 11. S:30 p. m.
No. U. S:00 p, m. . N19. W. 10:00 p. m,
No. 1C. ft:CQ p. m. No. 15. 11 :!." n. m.
FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP 'Jo
Sunday, last train lenves Saltalr at 9:30.
J. E. LANG FORD. Lessee.
June 1.9, iQdfy
From Ocden. Portland.
Butto, San Francisco, Chi-
caero, St, Louis, Omaha,. '
ond Denver 8:25
From .Osdcn and Intermedin
ato points 9:10 a.ra.
From Ocden, Cache Valley.
and Intermediate points 11:55 n.m.
J,otI. K,de-n. Chicago, St. '' ' ' "
Louis. Kansas GItr. Cm a-
Jin, Denver ahd San Fran- IH
c,sco 4:20 p.m.
From Odcn, Cache Valley.
Butte. Portland arid San
Francl3co ., 7.0. p.m.
For Ogden, Omaha. Chicago.
Denver, Kancaa City and
St. Louis ,7K)0 a.ra
For Onden, Portland. Butte.
Sap Frapclsco and lnterme-
dlate points 10:20 a.m.
For Ogden, Omaha, Chicago,
Denver, Knnsas City. St.
Louis and San Francisco.. 1:30 p.m.
For Ogdcn, Cache Valley,
Denver, KanBas City, Oma
ha, St. Louis and Chicago. 553 p.m.
For Ogden. Cache "Valley,
Butte, Helena, Portland.
Rnrj Francisco and Intci-mc-
diato points 11:45 p.xCi
T. M. SCHUMACHER. Traftlo Mffr.
D. E. BURLEY. G. P. & T, A.
D. 8. SPENCER, A. G. P. & T. A.
City Ticket offlcc. SOI Main 6txaC
I A Delightful Place to Visit. &
9 A Piofltablo Plac-s to Live. T
J Greatest Play Ground on Earth. ?
U ' Faraoua Places "Which Everyono H IH
I ' -U-unts to See. K
13 Invest In a Ticket to CALIFOR- 5
3 NIA and Secure Rich Dividends in u
3 IIEALT1L PLEASURE AND ',
3 Mo mlalns. Valleys. Rivera, Lakes u
"& and Oo an Reached by the ij
8- SoutSsern Fecsffic H
t Company's Lines H
ty For doscrlptlvo and Illustrative -
a' literature call at "No. 201 Mtln ;
V Street. Bait Lal:e City, E
g D. R. GHAT. General Agnt. j
TErne Table H
IN EFFECT MAY 20, 1KX. JH
LEAVE SALT LAKE. CtSO, 0:00. 11:00 a.;
m., 1:20. 33, C:30. 6:30, 7:S0 p. m. IM
LEAVE LAGOON, 7:30. 10:00 a. m.. 12:00,
nor-n. 2:30, :20, 6:20; S:30 10:30 p. m.: ' tM
Last train leaveci Lagoon Sunday 9:30
Fare for rfG
A. D. PIERSON. Pass. & Ticket A5L
J. B. EEAN, Excursion Agt. .
OFFICE. 161 MiVIN ST.
Extra trGlns. 2:20 and. 4:33 p. m. on Sun- IH
days and holidays.
II It Costs No More ; to$ I
Why not take a little run East this suRimeiy'aiidgo 'via -j f
tlie World's Fair City? Tlie rates are "away downyMaiid it is p j
just as cheap to use the St. Louis route as any other. Tlie Eur
liuglon oliers a very convenient stop-over privilege, Avjhich I
will be glad io explain more fully if you will inform mejwhere S '
l you propose going ami; when you expect to start. ' '
K jra-tp Send me a postal-card Inqujlry today. ;
I IWfPi 70 W. SECONI) BOXJnBTv';
l ffl! Salt Iike CityrjXWjiIx.:-il' I
I !, mA Cfiicago I
1 fi S42.50 St. Louis and roturn. fa
M M kJ ?47.50 Chicago and return. j
j 950.00 St Louis and return; via M
M Chicago. H
iWi Liberal stopovers and limits in jfll
Iffl ,jfesJ: each directlpn.
iEnMii Thrco trains daily. Elegant oer-
rw 11 9 3e3t dining- cars.
fl Ktwl 50c luncheons. ;
xiiJ Observation sleepers. .
Write or telephone us. ' Hl
tfi 'ghono 245. -fM HH
'E. DRAlCEj D. F. A. 'M
' G-. A. BIBLE, T. P. A. M IH
1 'loo West Second South, SaltLake M IH
. OHAS. B. SLOAT, ffii
SM Gn't Agt., Denvor, Colo. ! jl