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Lsday wrnixg. august ic. ioo4. THE SALrJ TJAKE TKIBlHSTE. , rAQEyisti' i:
IE UT. LIE
Ito Piiiiii Keefer
IfijLinc From Los An
sfto Tonopah Planned
jKy'Big System., .
HftShort Link From. Reno, but
jKls Situation, So New Line
Ilouthcrn Pacific will at once
ort 100 mllo stretch between
Mojave. Cal., Is the latest
t from the headquarters of
ly. It js an old story, as P.
told through The Tribune
afio how the rokd would be
,vhat It would mean. He
statement to frighten the
but since then matters
ed. The Los Angeles road
It from here and the Santa
them Pacific are appeased
acknge rights and other ln
that corporation will not
rough line as it would have
the Huntington reign,
luildlng of the Keelr line
nowadays than It did then,
a plan whereby the South
can get a short haul into
om Los Angeles, thereby
it the little Virginia. &
llch refuses to sell out to
n Pacific except for- a largo
f. & T Is the link between
ound House and the South
wants it. but doesn't want
t all rail freight for Tono
o over the V. & T, and for
aul the V & T. gets the
of the revenue. By build
from Kceler to Mojave, a
:rom Los Angeles to Tono
opencd and the V. & T. will
remembered that the Rio
;d the Utah Central loj'ark
n bought it in. The Union
the same tried to kill the
.lley, but It has not been
These matters are coin
blg railroad systems, so the
' the V T. may be ae-lk-fore
the Keeler line Is
the V & T. people 'have
g with the Western Pacific
may result in a luugh like
akum is giving the Santa
meantime Toliopah "pays
rli DN'T KNOW TILTON.
ate L's Friend Has Superseded
Hiui on, Eoad.
Ijl prlng, when Chief Engineer
ji of the Salt Lake Route drove
jdesert from Daggett, ho was
lied by E. G. Tllton of San
rr 3a"a WJS suggested at the
ibc gMr Tilton was a Southern
k iau nnd represented the Htir
ft&i crests In the work. Mr. Haw-
j& it at the time and said that
cl W merely a friend of his. NoW
uccn Pced at the head' of
s ruction department as nasist
- leer and will have charge of
F-- operations in that depart
e was with the Southern Pa
fa long time uiul lias had a
jerleiiee so he will ' no doubt
mi b ' . : - . -
! a Time
. Jlj illoa and Indigestion may give
oth5ng moro serious than adis-
H Es !eeling or discomfort duo to an
ced or impoYorished condition of
btt gtivo Organs. A doso or two of
1 1 Pills
y put this right, but if neglected
ttrdon of iUuess may bo tho cou-
iywherc In boxc 10c. and 23c.
fege' sauio airaln.
llCiwt nWal:cn lmlc interest In the
M-il.JPto.to.bo done about your
1 5Khi,bflolff th" ordinary.
e (Kuso tVf. Pr,?cs- 1,ut d0 uP?rlor
JJpGLEY & CO.,
JpW'"?' South, Telephone 752.
very ably handle the affairs of the
RIO GKANLVE WORK.
Big Improvements to Be Hade on the
DENVER, Aug. 15. Charles II.
Schlack?, vice-president of the Rio
Grande railroad, returned from New
York today, where he has been In con
sultation with President E. T. Jcfl'cry.
While" Mr. Schhicks would give no dev
tails, he admitted that his trip to New
York was in the interests of extensive
Improvements on the Rio Grnndo sys
tem which will be carried out in the
near future. Mr. Schlacks said ihat
his Information about the disaster at
Eden .was too general for him to give
any expression at this? time. When ho
familiarizes himself with the details he
will give a statement. i
FURTHER CAR ORDERS.
Mbffnt Rood Purchases Somc Fine
Bos Cars, Standard Size.
Still another evidence of the activity
of the Denver Northwestern & Pacific,
the Moffat line. In getting Into shape
lor the future is a recent order placed
with the Pullman company for fifty
box ears each thirty-six feet long and
equipped with every known standard
of modern car building.
Rock Island's New Train.
KANSAS CITY. Aug. "ir,. The first'
pafesenger train over the Rock Island's
new line from St. Louly to Kansas City
arrived here this morning.
The first train out of here to go over
the new rails all the way will leave at
7:30 o'clock tonight. At present the St.
Louis-Kansas City trains go from here
over the- 'Frisco to Clinton, Mo., and
from there they switch to the tracks
of the Missouri, Kansas & Texas. From
Windsor on the Missouri, Kansas &
Texas they use the new line's own rails
Into St. Louis. The new road Is known
as the St. Lbuiy, Kansas City & Colo
rado. It is 227 miles In length.
Salt Lake BoyReturnsi
NS. Ritter, who for a long time was
wltlrthe Rio Grande passenger depart
ment and Jater in Mr. Calvin's office,
has returned from San Francisco on
a short visit. He Is now in the pas
senger department of the Pacific Coast
Steamship company and doing very
well. This company operates between
Los Angeles and Son Francisco and
Alaska and Puget sound, and has a
large fleet of steamers. t
Telephone on Northern Pacific.
ST. PAUL. Aug. 15. It is stated that
within the next few weeks the North
era Pacific will let contracts which will
practically revolutionise the present
system of train dispatching, substitut
ing the telephone system for the tele
graph on long and Important stretches
of the St. Paul-Portland route,
Railroad Notes. . .
The hotter the weather the greater Is
the danger from wash-outs.
The Klo Grande look 1000 enthusias
tic excursionists out of Salt Lake In
various directions Sunday.
The Oregon Short Line for the first
half of August breaking all 'records
in passenger 'traffic-- This Includes
local and through business, as well as
special excursions and Yellowstone traf
fic. Agent A. C. French of the "Wells
Fargo Express company at this city has
an interesting copy of a photograph of
the old crowd of railroad men at Lwid
ville taken twenty years ago. One of
the number is Sam Newhouse. who at
that time was building up the founda
tion of his fortune by operating the
Newhouse Transfer company, with a
Mr. Simonton. Mr. Newhouso-appears
in a rough suit and flannel shirt, which
.would Indicate that he made his wsiy
by hard work. Most of tho men in the
picture are those prominent in Colo
rado's railroad life.
DON'T LIKE THE ODOR.
Citizens Ask Health Board to Abate
Complaint has been made to the City
Board of Health dbout tho odor aris
ing from the ditch which Hows north
on Eighth "West street. The- di'lch flows
from the confer of Third South and
Fifth West streets south to Fifth South,
thence to Eighth West and north on
that street, and it Is believed that tho
stench comes from the offal '"rom the
plant of the Utah Ice & Cold Storage
company and tht1 creamers in the same
building, at the corner of Third South
and Fifth West streets. Tin? stench Is
taid to be something awful on Fifth
West street and the residents fear a
disease epidemic If :xme action is not
taken to abate the nuisance. The
Health department has prozuflscd to in
vestigate the matter.-
Had New Shoos and a Gm. i
James Griffin, an old offender, who ls
said to have passed twenty-eight years
of his life In State prisons-, was found
on the street by Patrolman Busch at nn
early liour yesterday morning carrying
a bag which contained two pairs of
new shoes. Griffin could not give a
satisfactory explanation of how he
enme Into possession of the shoes, and
when the officer found a- loaded re
volver on his person he thought the
best place Cor him was In Jail. In Po
j lice court 'yesterday afternoon Giifrm
wan given a fine of $30 on t!'e charge
of carrying concealed weapons.
Women's OkCords Up to SG for S2.45
All $3.50. J 1.00. S5 and SG oxfords tan
and black 52.45. AT -WALKER'S.
0GDEN AND RETURN, $1.00,
Via D. & R. G., August 18.
The employees of F. H. Aucrbach &
Bro. extend a special' Invitation to all
their friends to Join them In a grnTfd
outing in Ogden canyon. Free dancing
until 10 p. m. Trout and chicken dinner
at The Hermitage and The Oaks. Fare
from Ogden up the canyon. 40 cents the
round trip. Special train leaves Salt
Lake at 1 d. m.
To Denver, Colorado Springs and
And return; from Salt Lake or Ogden,
August 20 and 21, via Oregon Short
Line. Five days' transit limit In each
direction. Tickets good thirty ditya.
Accessory, to ' Hnfder
Reward' Offered for Capture
of .Principal irrthe ;
Hatred of Greeks, and Not a Quarrel,
Said to Have Been the Motlvo
Seven hundred dollars reward is now
offered for the arrest of Mike Zlglch,
the slayer of William. Farrel. This, and
the arrest of Matt Scholer were the
main developments following Murray's
tragedy yesterday morning.
Of the reward. Governor "Wells ( offers
$250. the County Commissioners of Salt
Lake county, $250 and Andrew Pap
pas, a cousin of the victim, $200. Pap
pas wass closest to being an eye wit
ness of the stabbing of any'o'f the
Greeks who stood near by at the time.
Took theSBloody Kuifc.
Sender's arrest was forcasled In
yesterday morning's Tribune. Accord
ing to information in the hands of the ;
Sheriff's office the man received the
bloody knife from Ziglch a few' mo
ments after the latter had killed Far
rel. The stabbing itself look place baok
of the Vienna saloon. Farrel staggered
bleeding and dying Into the bakery
shop (rom which Ziglch had called him.
Ziglch walked into tho Vienna saloon
with Pappas close at his heels. Pap
pas went for an ofilcer. Ziglch re
mained in the saloon for a few mo
ments. During that time It Is claimed
he handed his knife to Scholer.
When Questioned by Marshal Mauss
and Deputy Marshal Graham of Mur
ray a few moments later, Scholer de
nied uny knowledge or Ziglch and
would not even tell 'in which direction
the man had ffone. Other Austrians
behaved In the same manner. The au
thorities had grown tired of this sort of
thing and determined to put a stop to
it. The sublime ignorance of tho mean
ing of "accessory after the fact," .which
prevails among many laboring men has
caused no little trouble In llnres past
during the progress of Investigations
such as thfs.
Accessory After the Fact.
In this instance Scholer will be
charged with being an accessory after
the fact ana the charge will probably
be pushed Just as far as the evidence
warrants.. A large number of the pris
oner's countvymcn kept the telephone
of the Sheriff's office busy late yester
day afternoon and last evening trying
Makes the skin soft as velvet.
Improves any complexion.
Best shampoo made.
Stops hair from falling.
Cures all skin eruptions.
More soothing than cold cream.
More beautifying than any cosmetic.
If your blood Is impure, jar If you have
Dyspepsia, or any liver or stomach
trouble. don'Ofail to use Munyon's Paw
Paw. It cures Dyfpeiwia, Nervousness,
Catarrh. Hlcplcncss and mnkf you
strong and well. MPNYuN
IT ISA MATTER QF HEALTH
there m m mmniuTE'
to aGCcrtain what bail would bo nepes
sary fo secure the man's liberty. How
ever, the Sheriff was still out on a hunt
after ZiKich hlmseir. Ffom evidence
which materialized Sunday and was
strengthened yesterday, when another
Investigation was made at Murray. It
would seem altogether likely that Zig
lch was kojit In hiding for a time.' at
least and has not yet gone far from
Salt Lake City.
Meantime ' circulars bearing tin
man's picture are again being sent out
to neighboring counties and Slates.
These boar his description and stato
the amount of the reward.
Runs in the Family.
That Ziglch and his brother, who
lives In Bingham, killed a man In Colo
rado a number of years ago is claimed
by the officers. This statement is made
on the strength of information gained
during a rigid cross-c-uestionlng of va
rious Austrians who know both men.
The Colorado affair was said to be sim
ilar In some respects to life . Murray
tragedy. Prior-to the latter Z'yrleh Is
said to have exhibited his knife to va
various parties at the smelter where he
worked. It seems, according to wit
nesses, that Ziglch hud been drinking
to some extent the night or the stab
bing and that he had worked himself
up Into an ugly mood. V According to
what has been learned, the stabbing
was not the direct result of tho card
game, but was simply the outcome of
Ziglch' s hatred ofxGreeks. lie is said
to have walked to the bakery, where
Furrel was working, along with a num
ber of other Greeks, and to have ap
plied vile epithets to Farrel in par
ticular and to three other Greeks in
general. This caused Farrel to remon
strate, whereupon, it is said, Ziglch
called him outside by a fresh burst of
obscenity. When the two men were in
the darkness the killing took place.
Torpid, Congested Livai
Is Tirlmary cause oC disease. Ono bottlo of
Drake's Palmetto Wlno cures. A trial bottlo
tree. Drake Formula Company, Chicago.
IN THE WAY OF WATCH
OR- JEWELRY REPAIRS
DIFFICULT JOBS ARE
SPECIALTIES OF OURS,
AND WE GUARANTEE
I Reasonable Prices. j
To ih Public
This Is to notify whom It may concern
that I am not responsible for any debts
roniracWd by my wlfi' (Rcstivi Jnlinson)
from this date .T S. JOHNSON.
Salt Lake Cltv. I'luli. August ID. 191.
I World's Fair, ' ? " 1
. There are a lot of little tilings in connection
m ; -with a tripto tlio World's Fair at St. Louis that
H 1 - you will wish to know rales, how long tickets S
W- - - arc good, time of trains, whether or not a change
M - o cars is necessary, what one has, io pa.y for m
m --v ' board and lodging. m
H ., am in shape to answer these and similar if
fe .questions. Call or write if you want : information. M
j The Rock 'Ifclnnd Syatom operates .- " ML
TCS ;. throiigll sleeping earn dally Colorado to, . nT
$g St. J.oOls by way of Kansas City. -Re- ' .'i.'- fcH$
Tffl disced into in elfoel dully. Conch -;- Rj
& i . curslons at frequent IntervulB. Full In- lH
' formation on rcqucat. KJ
M WW E' D;RASE, Dist-Pass. Agent.
? IlWtiCWJijll! C. A. BIBLE, Trav. Pass. Agent. !
ii TlrM 100 Wcst 2ud So"th St' IP
ff flliUJl SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. ffiH
lmS C. B. SLOAT, Gen'l Agt, Pass'r Dept.
1 " 1
tjoli Xinlco & Loa Angeles Railway.
Y In effect Hay 31, 1904-nw-Q
"SALT LAKE. AKKlVia SA1T
No. 2. 10:00 n. m. No. 1. 1:30 p, m.
No. 4. 2:C0 p. m. No. 3. 2:20 p. m.
No. C. 4:00 p. m. No. 5, 00 p. m.
No. 8, ,C 00 p. nu No. 7, 0-30 p. m.
No. in ic.00 p. m. No. 9. 7:30 p. ra. f
No. 12, T.0O p. m- No. 11, 8:30 p. m.
No. 14. S-M P- m. No. 13 10:00 p m.
No. 1C. 0:00 p. m. Ntll IV;!?, p-
FAKE FOK THE -HOUND THlf 'Jo
Sunday, last train leaves Saltalr at 0:30.
J. E. LiANGFORjD. Lessee,
?: Yon can telephone from town n
5 and have your dinner ready to 1;
I servo vhen you get to !
1 ' ' !
ITlio 5:30 or C:30 train brings yoti j
to tho resort in tho nicest part of
i BERGERM, f
, ' i
lOLP ROOTS j
and teeth that are badly' decayed may :
bo refltorrd to their natural beauty by ;
our New System Crown and l3ildge 1
Work. Our ;
I NEW BOTANICAL DISCOVERY, ;
fl which preventn all pain. Is used wlth
h outextra charge. Consultaihni (ree.
i All "Work Guaranteed 10 Years.
Full Set of Teeth S5.00 '
Gold Crown, 22 karat $5.00 :
; Gold Fillings SI up
Silve' Fillings 50c up
Lady attendant. Hours, & to 7; Sun-
day. 10 to 1
Boston Dental "Parlors, ;
j 126 Llaln Street.
I Walch the baby's dlRestlou i
I these days. Babies stand the i
I heat better than grown folks if
I their food dlBOsts properly. If i
'i tliere are any signs that tho prcs-
I ent food does not agree, try an-
other. We have all tho good
kinds, and we are careful to keep
I them fresh.
i Oaytosi Brag Co, ' j
Tel. 552. $
I Cor. 2nd So. and Slate St.
I REFER TO OUR NURSES' l
UTAH BtDDlNCMrG CCgyZ j
COTTON FELT fif WOv
HATTRE55. S A
Better than any Ea3torn make. Will
cost you less inouoy. Ask your deal
er for them. Look for our trade
mark. Utah Bedding & M'f'g Co.,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Ii GROOND FSED 1
oats, hi corn. M barley, carefully j
cleaned, then sround, la cheaper W
and bottcr for horses than straight a
oats. Try 1U CuHtom L'ced Allllj. (M
Z2Q So. 3rd Weak. Tel. EC1. k
New and cleKant In all Ita appointments,
iZO rooniit, sh)h'1,J or en Bulte, 01 rooma with
lath, S, Holmcd. Proprietor.
Ban Pedro. Lou An- vtrl
gl & Salt Lake 4
!CrR3-Orison ffjiort Uf.s C2J0?,- Sl Lalio
For Provo, Lohl. Fairfield and
Nophl. Mantl and points on
Sappots VRlley Ry 70 tunu
For Gartleld Beach, Tooele,
Stockton. Mammoth, Eurol'.a,
and Silver City...... 8KK) ft.m.
For Provo, American Forh,
Lehl. Juab, illlford, Frleco,
Qnllontcxj and lntermedlato
polnta "8)1- Ifjru
From ProTO, -irnarlcan Forlc,
Lnl. 2 Jab, Mllford. Frlnco.
CalInteo and lntermedlato
pointu.-r. 9:3B sum.
From Provo. Lohl, Fnlrfleld,
Merour Sanpote. Valley
Ry. poln 0:8D p.m.
From SUvor City, Mammoth.
Eunka, Qtockton, Tooelo and
and Qorflold Beach ,.. 5:35 p.m.
Dntl7 Pullman BufTet Sleeplnfr Cwr Ser
vice bfitween Salt Lake, Mllford, llodcna
Dlrot utatfo connoctlona for aa mlmaa
dlstrlotii In Bouthorn TJtah and Novada.
City SXobot OfHce, 201 Ifoda 8trot.
j 2!olq?uon.6 350.
B. W. GUiLBTT, 3. L. MOORS.
Gon'l Paaa. Agt. Plot Paso. Agt.
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LINE
TO ST. LOUIS.
Through car, Salt Lako City to St.
Louis und Kansas City. Only ono change
to New York, Buffalo and principal points
Etist low rales for summer travel.
Especial attention to ladles and chll
drcn. , , ,
Tourist aleepors through to Chicago,
Boston and other polnta without change.
Two trains dally.
Inquire at ticket office, 1(C Dooly block,
Bait Lako City. Any Information ohaor.
fully clvcn. H. C. TCWNSDND,
Q P. & T. A. Missouri Pacific By., St
Cheap Rates to I
St Louis ' ,
a-IEAINS MUi .
J3fj can cav yoa racnoy. JTrlto caw 1
C F. WARREN. General Agtsnt.
' CO. Dooly Block, Salt Lako City.
'tSSffl NEW YORK
If'Vfl York, Gibraltar, Naples.
Superior nccominodatfon. Excellent Cul-
sine. Comfort of passenffurs carefully
considered. Single or ROuud Triplxitihetb
6otvccn New York and Scotch, CnRllsli, ,
Irish and ull principal Scandinavian and
f Continental oolnts at attractive ratos. Send
" for Book of Touro. For tickets or central ,
information apply to any local agent of tho
Anchor Line or
HENDERSON BROS., Gc.VI Aoenti. CHICAGO. ILL.
, , . 1
' Any sick person who has novcr used 1
; Llquozono BliOuld wrlto tho Liquid j
j Ozono Co.. iSS-iGQ Wabash ave., Chi- 1
cao. Iney will eend you an order on
- your drunjilst for u 60-cent bottle free, 13
', If you will utatu tho dlHcflso to bo II
g treated 2-H. G. F. E. y
In effect Juno 8. 1S0I. H
LEAVE 9 ALT LAiCE C1TT.
2o. 10 For Hcber, Prcs and jH
Marysvalo s;oo a.m. H
No. 202-For Par,t City " 8!l6 S
it0 y.QT Denver and East..,.. 3S0 a.m. IH
No. 5 For Gudon and West. i0;CO a.m. H
No. 1 For Ocden and Test li4S p.m. 1
No. 2 For Denver and East 3:1b' p.m.
No. 8 For Provo and Eureka.... 5-.00 p.m. H
No. 11 For Ogden and local pts.. 0:05 p.m. IB
No. 4 For Denver and East 8:05 u.m. Il
"No. t For Ocden and Wc3t......ll;M p.m.' H
No. 112 For Bingham 8:10 a.m.- B
No. Ill For Blnxhnm 3:00 p.m. H
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY. H
No. C From Onden and tlio East S:40 a.m. H
No. 12 From Ogden and local ptsl0: a.m. H
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo.. 10:00 a.m.' H
No. 5 From Denver and East... 10:0 a.m.
No. 1 From Denver and East... 1:3S p.m. M
No. I -from Osden end West.... 3:05 p.m. H
No. lui From Park City 6:15 p.m. H
No. From Hcber, Provo and
Maryivalo i 0:00 p.m.
No. 4 From Otrtfen and tho West 7:55 p.m.
No. S From Denver and East...llH5 p.m. IH
No, 111 From Bingham 11:00 a.m. H
No. lJ3-From Bingham G:50 p.m. H
All train except No a. 1 0 stop sf in- H
tcrmecute Dolnta. H
Ticket office, Dooly Block. tM
Phone 205. B
I A. BENTON. G. A. P. D. j
1 June IQ, 104,
From Osden, Portland. H
Butto. San Francisco, Chi'
cago. Fit. Louis, Omaha, 1
and Denver .'. 8tSBiQ.ro. H
From Ogden and Intermcdl-
ato points 9:10 a.m.
Frora. Ogden, Cacho Valloy,
and Intermediate points. JLltfSS- M
From Osden. Chicago, St.
Lc-uId, Kiinaaa City. Oma- , M
no,' Denver and Ban Fran-
From Osdon, Cacho Valley,-
Butte. Portland and San
Francisco T ',7:80 -p.m. H
For Opdcn, Omaha, Chicago.
Donyer. Kansas City and
For Ofrden. Portland. Butte,
Ban Francisco and Intorme-. 1
diato polntB .. .vlOtSO o.za.
For Ocdon, Omaha, ChJcacro,
Denver, Clnnsaa City. St.
Louis and San Franclnco.. lO p.m. B
For Ocdon, Cacho Volley,
Denver, Kansae City, Oma- mpm
ha. SL Louis and Chlcuqo. 5HS p.m,
For Oeden, Cache Valley,
Butte. Bclona, Portland,
Ban FrancWco and Intorme- H
dlato points 110 p.r
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Trafao Ml?.
JD. B. BURLEY, G. P. & T. A.
D. 9. SPENCER, Ai G. P. & T. A-
City TLr.ket office 201 Malasea.
1 1 HHJ
I A Ielifflitul Place to Visit. jji
3 A-Prcfltablo Plao9 to Live, v
I Greotent Pln.y Ground on Eartb.
ij Famous Places Which Evcryono
Wnnta to See. ?
j' invent In s Tlckot to CALIFOR- i
4 NIA anrt Ssctiro Rich Dividends In
I IIELT PLEASURE ' AND
p Mo intalne. VASlcys, Rlvors, Iakos C
U and Co an Reached by tho
I Southern Pacific
I osnapany's Llsnes
$ For toCTlptfcfo and Illustrative
1 llttarr5l, at No. 201 Main H
ft Street. 8alt Lake City. ft
1? D. R. GRAY, General Agrent. 0
T5roe Table H
IN HJFFECE MAY 30, 1D0C
LEJAVB SALT LAKE. O30. 9:00, lirtM a.
t'... 5. '"SO, 9 30. 7:30 p. m.
LEArE LAGOOM. 7;C0. 10:00 a. m., 12:00
noon. 2:20, 4:30. C.31. 8:30, 10:30 P. m.
Last train leavi Lagoon Sunday 9:30
Fare for fcz H
Round Trip 5
A. D. PIHROON. Pass. TiG93&t.
J. B. BEAN. Excursion At. jl
OFUTC1D, Ifil MAIrl ST- jH
Extra trains, 2:30 and t'JQ p. m, on Sunn
A&ys and hclldaya,
I SPECIAL. J jH
Anthracite coal, ail sizes H
Burton Coal & Lumber Co. I
GG W 2nd Sp. 'Phono 808. I
I ' L ' ' ' S I
I -Is tlie'li'ip jou can mal:e In' one of.tlie Bur- p
1 linjjton'a 'cleau, well ventilate! sleepiug cni's. m 'H
The route is through cool canyons and along . m
I . swift-moving streams. You can go right m
I through to St. Louis, the World's Pair city, id
over the smoothest and best olS roads, 1nie 'H
( shortest time possible. $
ITit-lkJ 1JrF7i'Z7 1 I wish you would' let mo toll you mora ra ll
il SBSkfSSjf' J about this. Either In :i puraonul in tor- (
w p q jpff TT J vlew or by lottu- $
S B. F. NESLEN, General Agent,
1 HlSP fiffllM!! 79 W SEC0:N':D SOX7Tir STPvEET, f
1 PPj Salt Lake City, Utah. j