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TUESDAY MOBXIXG, SEPTEMBER 0, 1301. THE SALT LAKE TJIIBTOTE. tfl-QB UttSt, III
IS for Year. ... ,
f I ,
jj Icrease Is Almost Wholly
i1 Credited te Ri Grande
Co;i Linos in Colorado,
listics Show That Utah, Is Still
gorging Ahead, Although West
1T :f ern Figures Arc Hidden. .
la report oi the Denver & Rio
!S$ indc system for the year ending June
1jS Trst. Including the Rio Grande
01- Stern, shows good operating results.
75 n ir the face of a large decrease in
Iglit earning It is admitted in the
enS Sort that the decrease was due to
lht losse3 almost wholly bn the Col-
'do cyptcm, v.'hlle the passenger dc
&j rtraent shows p. very line increase.
1 e reason assigned' Tor the freight de
) ase is the labor troubles In both
t.ts orado and Utah, but the report spc-
ally states that the executives of
sla? ih Stale tool: a firm, patriotic and
nmendaule coarse in handling thesK
BajT turban cos.
9v', Icrc is the summary of gross earn-
swings This Year. La9t Year.
5 tight S11.39S.104.43 $L2,281. -592.15
f i feenger . . . 3,959.25L'.01 3.S27.92I.41
' S i mail. etc.. 1.0S9.07S.G3 1,195,1-13.30
xfii Total 51C.446.-135.10 $17,304,559.86
Jut the percentages of decrease show
Jjj it the road, even in relation, to ad
Cia rie circumstances, was operated to
ul r?hest advantage for the percentage
-T7 decrease In the gross was 4.00. in the
TO iratlng expe-nses 5.3S, and in the net
. . fc? Railroad mem will understand that
, I s Is a good showing when all Is con
i.f fhe light of the Rio Grande "Western,
s.b it distinctively Utah property, in
ilch so much pride has been taken
, ; j,the past, is hid1 under a bushel, but
gt the same, the admission that the
ayj crease In freight was almost wholly
(j Jthe Colorado line, proves that the
;i q. Grande Western of Utah saved the
-. y,. The passenger Increaee Is also
ji iei to the results at this end, so the
;j jil staff need Xeel no regret at the
. ! BUltS. "
1 he report Is devoid of any announce
,i(L snts as to future policy. The map
I es not show any contemplated- lines.
The clarified freight tonnage and
Ji penile tells how the gross has de
p eased. Each class la shown as to
n percentage It represents of the total
id The products of agriculture increased
: )m 4.55 per cent to 4.93 per cent, due
Hflathe excellence of Utah's Irrigation
fd general agricultural Interests.
he products of animals drop back
W im 2 20 per cent to 1.72 per cent, due
.the closed gateway at Ogden on wool
d live stock.
n The products 'of mines drop back
i dly on Gould coal, but the other
iff nes of the precious metals go forward
lh a bpund. so that the total for the
nlng group shows a gain, 79.25 per
a, lit agamtt 79.11 per cent. The loss
im fcoal Is understood, but the gain oh
eclous iretals is again due to Utah's
rj eat bonanzas.
ti The products of forest Increased from
Iti 3 per cent to 4.04 per cent for reasons
it: ilch cannot be explained. The reve
W ie, however, on lumber decreases,
g ilea Phowf that the lumber was
0 .qled In greater tonnage, trut at a less
Manufactures show a decrease, but
Is neral merchandise goes forward.
JS Earnings per train mile, per car mile
jj: Jd per ton mll& show an increase.
f Railway Conventions in 1,904.
! MP.'rmbtlr "-Traveling Engineers' as
Mt ctation a'. Chicago.
PteJ,Vcr 13rMnstcr Car and Locnmo-
ty. Kjntcrs association at Atlantic
1tembrr,.3-p''13masterfi' and Maln
" S,ce ?f Vn' association at St. Lonln.
' .??! mbeV ventral and Western As-
3. Service Officers at St.
3S?Pi.?,Mi".r3-CI,",f 'Tolnt c Innpccr
S 3lHiS?0?v nl lh9 Transnortatioa
1 Silan? "-lVHwav Sifimnl association.
Iff &i? ""' Wo,,,,r fa' grounds,
3 Sfsrsrisi? Sirc1 Ramvay ns-
I Sfot-lierpJKAniorlciin Association C
5ranrnrrt n Tickct ABenLs at'
lsrInspcte5o0cnts of Briaec
.OVCmbCr lu Xntlnnnl ,.n,t r
Jlfn. commlB8lonci-3 at Montgomery.
DuntiiiR Officers nt Cleveland O
S ?avelh;eerT12-Amcrlc1 Aoclnllon of
icSco. 8Cr Apon,-s at tho c,fy
IH Bailroad J3"otefl-
?sr sssgnaooS.dne,ll wHl bc bunt
Smo-?re50n R,a,,w- & Navigation"
inn, rs. l1'0 , bcen reorganized and
I ter..Und0i' Llia direction of R. P
I ieC',n- -n"ho haH charge of all Harrl
R ian chlpa on tho l'aclflc K
P mhinglnr.crln'' Nows 10 authority for
,B thnf S?m 1 ! V 11 ,n th0 Northwest
1 rn that will build to Boise.
Mi'V.0 Boim3l?' city passenger agent
olo Snrr & n,, Grande at Denver,
to iUn.ib0Cn Pfo'ntcd chief dork of
ie 'nJl T, tna83?.5?r department, aasum
?hnm2 Utir,. heretofore performed bv
and Uckct agent, who haa ro-
Mk iriJiTC"' heretofore chief clerk to
IK,.ftP,rMlnt, oC tno Denver & South-
at rin.i abwn gPPOntod treasurer of
5 Kin J? nd G w. Shannon has been ap-
m nSl?CrC$?ry,in nd(lll'0" 10 his dlttlCB
1 auditor. Headquarters, Denver, Colo,
!L1n X- T?,ns avinj rcslsmed, R, n. Nor
IKnJ a ? brcn appointed tralnmnrtter. car
llK2.Vnt!lnt Im'1 superintendent of lelo
f Ule dorado SprhiRa & Crlnplc.
k District railway, with headquarters
iBf -Colrauo Sprlngn. Colo.
PWlJank H Keonhen. heretofore ncnpral
uina?,tor of the Union Pacific at Dcn
Mr, Colo., has been appointed cupcrln-
londcnt of terminals of that road at Oma
"When The Tribuno mado tho statement
that the ltlo Grnndo "Wcctern had last
year made now surveys below Marysvale,
Its .news wafl ridiculed. Now cornea Ed
ward T. Jcffery, who Is tho president of
the Rio Grande system, and ho shows In
his annual report that tho exact sunt of
?GUS.-I0 was expended In tho twelve months
endlnjr Juno 30 last on "survoys south of
Marysvalo to Iron Mine." As nearly
every engineer in the State has a bluo
print of tho survey, why should tho
Western expend this amount for new
surveys unions It wero Interested In build
ing? Henry C. Dydlard. now of tho Pittsburg
offlco of tho Northwestern, Is again in
the city, ho being formorly located here.
BOSTON, Sopt. 5. Mrs. Iroogcno W.
Eddy, oldest daughter of Nathaniel P.
Willis, tho poet, has lost hor llfo in an
elevator accident at her apartments here.
She was CO years old.
AUBURN, N. Y., Sept. 5. Gulseppc
Varsaccla, the accomplice of Antonio
Giorgio In tho jnurdcr of John Vangordcr
and his half-sister. Miss Farnham, at
West Almond last May, was put to death
In tho electric chair at Auburn prison to
day. ST. LOUIS, Sopt. G. Two hundred for
ester loams of the Modern Woodmen of
America, comprising about three thou
sand persons, have gone Into camp on tho
CLARION, Pa., Sopt. li. Goorgc Cabor,
aged CO years, one of Shlppenvlllo's
wealthiest citizens, today shot and killed
his wife and then committed BUlcIdo,
while temporarily Insane.
NEW YORK. Sept. G. Notwithstanding
tho announcement from both, 'political
headquarters that they would bo. closed
on Labor day, business was conducted at
both almost the same as usual.
NEW YORK, Sopt. G. Three men have
been shot here In a street flRht In Prlnco
street, and two probably will die. They
arc Joseph Falano, aged 24, and Alfred
Setter!, aged 23.
NEW YORK. Sept. 5. Two trolley cars
on the Slncac single track in tho divi
sion of tho Patcrson trolley lino have
met In a head-on collision near Llttlo
Falls, N. Y. Two women wero seriously
hurt and two other women and eight
men wero less severely Injured.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 5. A car was
derailed and thrown over tho embank
ment close to the site of tho Scenic
railway, near tho Cliff house, early this
morninc Frank Romano, a passenger,
received Injuries which caused his death.
NEW YORK. Sept. 5. After making an
Inspection today of tho burned tenement
house In Attornoy street,, at which four
teen persons lost tholr lives yesterday.
Coroner Scholcr severely criticised all
who had any responsibility In tho situa
tion which he said ho found.
NEW YORK. Sept 5. Tho corner-stone
of a handsome monumont to tho memory
of Union soldiers of the Jewish faith, tho
first ono erected In memory of Hebrew
soldiers who fell in the Civil war, was
laid today In Salem Fields cemetery.
Cypress hill, Brooklyn, under tho aus
pices of the Hebrew. Union Veteran association.
Congregation Monteflore will hold
New Year's services at their new syna
gogue, 353 South Third East, begin
ning Friday evening, September 9, at
6:30 p. m. Tickets for sale at 52 East
Second South. G. M. Lewis, secretary,
S. Salmenson, president.
1 HAPPENINGS ABROAD, j
LONDON, Sept. 5. No official repre
sentation will be made by tho British
Government In regard to the Japanese
ST. PETERSBURG. Sept. o.-Gcn. Ku
ropatkln's defeat caused a drop of Yt per
cent in Russian -Is on the local bourse.
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 5. Tho new
mobilization decided upon is expected to
bo announced in the latter part of this
week. It will Include tho Eighth army
corps, stationed at Odessa.
SHANGHAI. Sept. 5. The crews of tho
Russian cruiser Atfkold and tho torpedo
boat destroyer Grosovol, which took re
fuge here after tho naval battle off Port
Arthur of August 10, and which subse
quently wero dismantled, will remain In
China unyi the closo of tho war.
ST PETERSBURG, Sept. G. There Is
no truth In the statement printed in Lon
don that Samcson'eff. the murderer of In
terior Minister Von Plehve, has succccdcu
in escaping from prison.
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. G.-Thc im
perial 'ukase extending tho rights of resi
dence and to engage In commercial and
industrial pursuits to the higher class of
educated Jews meets with favor both in
tho pro and antl-Jewlsh press.
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. a.-Forelgn
Minister Lamsdorff is being pressed by
Embassador McCormlck for an answer
to the representations of the United
States in regard to the charges of tho
Portland and Asiatic lino wtcamcr Arabia
and the British steamer Calchas, both
captured by tho Vladivostok squadron.
BERLIN. Sept G. Tho Duchc3s Cecilia
of Meklcnb.urg-Schwercln, whoso betroth
al to the Crown Prince Frederick William
of Germany was announced last night. Is
a tall, Blight girl, Hght-halrcd and brown
evod. Although who could scarcely bo
called pretty, she haa a vivid complexion
and la of sprightly demeanor.
LEEDS, Eng., Sept. 5. Tho thlrty
neventh annual trades union congress
opened here today under the presidency
of Richard Bell, M. P.. general secretary
of tho Amalgamated Society of Railway
Servants, anu chairman of the parlia
mentary committee on tho trades union
congress Nearly 500 delegates, represent
ing a million and a half of working peo
ple, wero present.
For the LadseSo
To the girl attaining womanhood, the
young woman, ana those of maturcr
years, during the recurring times of
depression and discomfort, when Na
ture requires a little assistance,
arc aspccial boon. Sec special in
structions. Sold Everywhere. Iu boxes 10c and 2oC,
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING
Quartermaster, D12 Dooly building. SalT
Lake City, Utah. Augusts. 190-1. Scaled
proposals, In triplicate, will bo received
hero until 11 a. in., standard lime, Sep
tember 7. 1S0I. and then opened, for tho
construction of ono Barrack Building and
one Gunrd Houso, Including plumbing, Kan
plplnc. heating, and electric wiring, at
Fort Douglas. Utah. Bidders will stato
in their bldn tho time In which they will
complete the work Full Information and
blank forms of proposals furnished on ap
plication to this ofllco. Plans and specifi
cations may bc bccii here. United States
icserves the right to accept or reject mf
or all proposals, or any part thereof
Envelopes to bo marked "Proposals fof
Public Building" and addressed to Cap
tain Sam'l V. Kam, Quartermaster.
"Asflima and Kay Fever Cured.
Tho truly marvelou9 curc3 of Asthma,
which aro being effected by Dr. SchiiT
mann'9 Asthma Curo certainly call foi
Roy. G. L. Taylor, oi Washburn, 111.,
says: "Somo 7 years ago my wlfo used
sovcral packnges of your Asthma Cure
which resulted In a permanent curo."
Allay Fover sufferer writes: "Ihavc
been a sufferer from Hay Fover for ovoi I
20 yoars, and it, seemed harder every year. ;
Tho first night I used your Asthma Curo '
Iwasgrontly relieved. It cured my cough 1
after using a few times. 1 shall recom
mend it to all sufTorcrs of Hay Fovor." j
Mrs. MarthaSJmorson. Lalngsburg, Mich.
Sold by all druggists at 50c and 51.00.
Send 2c stamp to Dr. R. Schlffmann, Box '
605, St. P'.ul, Minn., for a frco trial j
Time Table in Effect Sept. G, 1904.
LEAVE SALT LAKE, C:30 and 9 a. m.,
3:30 and 5:C0 p. m.
LEAVE LAGOON, 7:S0 and 10 a. m 4:20
and C.30 p. m.
Extra trains at 11 a. m. and 1:20 p. in. on
Sundays and holidays.
Fare for Round Trip, 25c.
A. D?PIERSON, Pass. & Tickct Agt.
J. B. BEAN Excursion Agt
OFFICE. 1C1 MAIN ST.
A posltlvo and vmanent cure for
drunkenness and tho opium diseases.
There Is no publicity, ro sickness. Ladles
treated n8 privately as at their own
homes. The Kceley Institute. 3M W. So,
Temple. Salt Lake City. Utab.
Scoffs Ssntai -Pepsin Capsules
Jlli A POSITiVE CUBE
fcti For Inflammation orOatorrhpf
Rtfr . - y the DIartdornnd DliwMcd Kld
'rVJV ' k UOJ'f- HO O0RK no TAT. Cures
A?- flqnloldy and pormnnentl? tho
tVf " Jjwornt enpes of Goiiorrlioea
Vs'. 5" Jnnd Clct'C, no matter of liov7
vvvSkFV r long etondlnc. Absolutely
I haruilcM gold by drugglsto.
cT I'rlco ?t 00. or by mall, ;ost-
PaJdl-w''3 boxes, ?2.7fl. "
ajTHE SAiJTAL-PEPS!!l CO.
C. J tttlt, nwrjd et, tv. (ta,
rrzsapssasip TOUKG, MTDDLE
flW B POT m AGED AND ELDER
Tit 5 -i. LY. If you aro Goxunl
h t I S P$ i r 'y weak, no matter
SJ tt 4 E X from what cause; un
u & fl JjA fc developed; havo strlc-KU:s-fcdl.
r.g-gffnM ture, varicocele, etc.,
MY PERFECT APPLIANCE will cura
you No drugs or electricity; 750,000 cured
and dovelopeu. 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Send for
free booklet. Sent scaled. Guaranteed.
Write today. R. C. Emmet, 115 Tabor
block. Denver. Colo.
The State Bank of Utah
Corner llaln and South Templo Sto,,
Salt Lake tj.
JOSSTH F. SMITH, Preslacnt.
WILLTAM B. PRESTON, Vlcc-Prtaldcnt.
CHARLES S- BURTON. Cashier.
HENRY T. M'EWAN. Asst. Cashier.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited. Special attention to
country trado. Correspondence lnvJ""
J. E. CosCTlff, Pres E. W. Wlleen, Cashlor
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
J. J. Daly, W. P. Noble, Vlce-Preoldenta.
A. H. Peabody, Assi Cashier.
WELLS, FARGO SCO. BANK
Salt Lako City. Utah.
The Oiaent and Btroagest Bank ta "Utah.
Surplus ... 51475,000
Undivided pronts )
Transact? a coneral banklne business,
domeatlc pjd foreign.
Direct c-onnoctlona with banks SSJ1
ptlnclpal clUcs of tho world.
Drafts, ;. On all
Lettwu of Cv-dlt. ' jsroralnent
ToldgTaphlo Transfero. ) cities.
Deposits received subject to oheck.
H. L. MILLER, Cashier.
H. P. CLARK. Aant. Csshlor.
ESTABLISHED 1841. 150 OFFICES.
THE OLDEST AND LAR3S3T.
j Q. DUN & CO.,
The Mercantile Agency.
GEORGE RUST, General Manager,
Utah, Idaho and Wyoming
Offlco In Progress bldg.. Salt City.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID, t25O.0OO.0O.
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
Established 1E69. Incorporate CW3.
Transact a Ocnoral Banking Bualncsa.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
jrjESBEET NATIONAL BANE,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Bait Lako City, Utah.
Capital, $500,000 Surplus, $250,000
L S. HILLS, MOSES THATCHER,
H. fl. YOUNO, E. S. HILLS.
Cashier. Asst. CaalUor.
Safo deposit boxen for rent.
-NATIONAL BANK OF
tr. a DEPOSITARY.
FSANK KNOX President
JAMES A- MURRAY Vlco-Prcsldont
W. F. ADAMS... . , Caahler
CAPITAL PAID IN. 1300.000.
Banking In all Its branches transacted.
Exohajigo drawn on tho principal cltloa
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
JJcCOBNIOK & CO.,
E3nlt Lako City, TJtoX
, ESTABLISHED 1871'
I The Best Whiskey p
Needs no Praise.
I Old Cambridge Rys
Old Crow Bourboi
I THE ZANO, I
! ROPEP. A: MATER, gj
EJ W. Second South St. re
Nelden-Jtidson Drug Co.
I "WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.
U CIGARS A SPECIALTY.
posTorncE boz 370.
i EDW. C. SMITH. Pres.
.i JOHN P. COBB. VIcc-Pres. & Mgr.
I JNO. J. JUDSON. Treas.
F. I PEAJRL. Sec.
Salt Lake & Los Angeles Railway.
In Effect iTny 31, 1004.
GOING LEAVE RETURNING
SALT LAKE. ARRIVE SALT.
No. 2, 10.00 a. m. No. 1. 12:0 p. m.
No. 4, 2:00 p.m. No. 3, 3:30 p.m.
No. 0. 4:00 p. m. No. 5. 5:30 p. in-
No- 8. 5:00 p. m.- No. 7. 0:30 p.m.
No. 10, fi:00 p. m. No. 0, 7:30 n. m.
No. 12. 7:00 p. m. No. 11. 8:30 p. m.
No. 14. S:f!0 p. m. No. 13, 10:00 p. m.
No. 1G. 9:M p. m. No. 15. 11:45 p. m.
FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP 25
Sunday, last train leaves Saltalr at 0:30.
J. E. LANGFORD. Lessee
1 GROUND FEED 1
i H oats. corn. A bnrley. carorull7 k
J cleaned, then ground. Is cheaper V
4 and better for horses than straight
.' oats Try it. Custom Feed MIIU.
J ICO So. ird West. Tel WL
"doctor COOK ,CURE?F nf"aES j
Prostatic Troubles Wenous Debility
permanently CJrcd, no mat- Cures quick and radical In ;
i ter how long: standing tho i to to days, by my own fa- .
J disease, In from G to 20 dayo. Wl moua mqthod.
j Stricture 3 6& m Varicocele I
cuUlnr 'aln kn re- W J-St Completely and permanent- t
f-H,ti ?rT' ,;?r,. n5 t?2Aj; ly cured by my new pro- ,
tentlon from business. JffiSSB ccaa, all dlsapreeable oyrap-
Wastin? Weakness XSSKtti toms poon disappear com-
A JU pletcly and forever; It is i
Time of ours. 10 to GO vVfSP Hafo. painless and bloodless. .
days, by my original, very jfjtK v r J$ft An absolute cure gTiaranv
' clmplo remedy (used cxclu- fffTwoj r wSft? teed..
slvely by me). Wft rabrSTwK&W oi j n t
hxStf&Mffi$' B ood Poison
Private Diseases F'ySB v . .
... 8vAv&fiwM$' Every vestige of poison
cured In 8 to 10 daya, with- " V-S" removed from system with- '
out the uso of polsonouo 1 x' out aid of mercury or pot- i
Consultation Is freo and Invited, an d In consulting mo you ma7 bo sure that '
nothing thot science can devise or skill perfect has been left undono to afford
J you a speedy, safo and permanent cure.
WRITE mo In full confidence, explaining your troubles as they appear to :
you, and receive by return mall my ho nest and candid opinion of your case
I eO0K MBDieRL e oc,r I
a w. higgis, sva. d.,
Microscopic and Analytic Physician. I
CURES Fits, Nervoun Weakness. Nou- 1
ralgla, Varicocele, Weak Spine, Bilious- 4
neo3, Gravel, Sore Eyes, Lung Diseases, 3.
Tape Worm. Dyflpopsla, Liver and Kid- i
ney Complaint, Deafness, Catarrh, Ery- f
olpolafl. Old Sores, Scrotuln, Rh-r.f Vsm,
titlff JohiIs, Pflos In their vorai .crm. 2
Those afflicted wltU Epilepsy or Fits can t
he permanently cured, i
By tho aid of tho Microscope wo can de- f
tect Calcut, Cancerous Mattor. Carbonnte I
of Llmo, Albumen, and all extraneous S
oubstanceB mixed with tho Urlno or
Blood. Thla la tho scientific principle 3
of treating Chronlo DlEcasca. 1
Can bo found at his office. St. Elmo Ho- j
tel. Irom 10 a. m. to i p. m. Pooma 17. 13 f
and 19. 7 to 9 p. m.
THE KNOWLEDGE OF DIB.tSE IS I
HALF ITS CURE. j
KNO W LEDGE IS PO WER. M AN. KNOW TH YSELF.
. i i Ki.iir. rmT - n i h ' ' 1 - - '
nATAT?T?TT Now ana throat troa- -f-i-r
Klduer and Llror Mveoioa, Bleddor Tron- UtJfewSSrti
blc.He.-irtIicin. Dl.mt4of itioSloraech S)55jK''-VA
mid Bowoli, l'iioi, FLitula ond ltoctal ni- jjr Vii'MCoS
cnjo. l)"eraOo ComplalDty, Chrdtila Dl- fejv.iKTiiAr6
tvascs of Women and Childron. rtlokou, ci5a -$?rfviwi"u .
Bplnal Tronbtoi, 8hln Dlioaton. Dsafnon. 5? 'JSd)
.Vathma, UroDOUlftl ntjd Lnnp 'froublo. (n.mJ .. y4rWA(
V.ueumutlsni. Hay Korcr. KeuraJla. Uy- 'i- $f
torla. Eyo and Kar Dljoo.CS; Goltro (or bla JV- 'Src
neck), Varicocele Los; Mntihood, etc., J?!$icfo rfCr
llloiid Discs tea, 1'rlTaio Dleotaei Horofulo, yjst,t& k'
and fttl forias of Norroua and Oflronlo Dl- IxJrtSsKrikV vi,
oascit, (that nro curable.) jffltyftjfrf f
OUIC MOTTO! A low foe, qnlcle ifeV
cure, mild and pululuiin treatment '
Consultn tlon In perxon or liv letter
db. J. 8HOUEP. frco to all. Call or urlto. nn. o. w. anor.se. j
TTAIVrV flTTPT?' TK"11" "rvTATT. D 801 Caap.ilr t-ACAUso jc-j lire at n rilstancn from we R
HUlVijj UUltriD XiA !Uil.J.ii clty Urs.. tinorc-now ifjrutemof UOMK TnRATMBNT
make It any to cot oxvort dvlco )id truattuaijt nl honsfj. "j-isij ncrr oyinplom blank toron n
erury symptom of dlsdatp Trhloh ouib'.ei tbeui to rtlaunoo yosr once and tell you what your
trouble !t. whitt cxn bo done for you. nnd what tho cot of ft onro will be. WKITK If you cinnot
call, for their now tyiuptotn lUt and tako advaiitacro ox thu I'l'.Ki: CXJLMINjLTIO. Whs'.ber
yon lako trvatioeut or not, tho advice cost you notblnc.
Weak Men Pay When Cured
If yon tuner from any of tho wcaVDetiea r Wocuiojou first and then a.lc a HBAflOK-
JleoQiOk caucod by Ivoomnce, exefvs or con- ABLU Vl'.tZ it hen you aro cured. Tou enn Jo-
' laalou YOU AUK TUB VKHY PUHSON WE poiul upon oar word, iheusnods of natloua
WANT TO TALK TO. liavu Indorwd nt. NOW WB WANT TO CUUB
V.'o hare prorcuo-Jntlllln curlne CrtUONIC YOU with tho dlallDCt uudorsiaDdlns that wo U
disease by tmblltliius ttio many voluntary will not doiuaad a Kl I' until wo curo you, o
lostlmouUls from homo people clTlct nauict, Thlt applies to I.oet Mnhood. Sonlnal Woik-
plcturcs and oddroso. nets, Spermatorrhoea, Vorlcocclo, Dltoaias of
WK CAXT VI1IU3II ODB C0111IO lho ,.f05ta0 Qandi Unnatural LoSMl Qon-
Ocean, u wPou.V aVconco lionet ?,,,0Bn')0 tvurqs-"'r''0"
wo hnre to prove our tUil In thlt ola of trou- J'0lw.n. nd all WKAKWI.SSBa of moo. Con
bl In another way. Thlt ii oor ptam nultatlou and advlci frco
Offlcs llouri. K a, in. to 3 t.in.i KronlDf t, hj S; Sundiji aoa UoltSays, 10 a. n. to IS.
j DRS, SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, 249 K.l'c'.tu,,,, j
1 0KstIns About ih g
World's Fair. 1
Tliere nre a lot of liltlc things in connection
!with a trip to the World's Fair at St. Louis that k
you will wish to know rates, how long tickets 0
are good, time of trains, whether or not a change
of cars is necessary, what one has to pay for W
board and lodging. m
H 4 I am in shape to answer these and similar jl
II . questions. Call or write if you want information. J
m x ' 1
if The Rock Island System operate S9
??vl throuRh sloopln cara dally Colorado to 5a
. St. Louis by way "of Kansas City. Ro- k
vA duced rates In effect dally. Coach qk- , f?f
W- curslono at frequent Intervals. Full In- ' fc
formation on request. I(
V55rfe E. DRAKE, Dist. Pass. Agent. k.
n 'jJliSkCiQilli 0. A. BIBLE, Trnv. Pass. Agent. M
PaTi 100 West-2ud South st p
1 (fMiiHf.i gaJjT lake CITY' TJTAH W
f BW--JWaaL5l C 23. SLOAT, Gcn'l Agt. Pass'r Dopt. ffl
San Pedro, los An- . Y,?rfy
Kclcs & Salt Lako vPUj
It. R. Co.
From Oregon Short Line depot, Salt Lako
For Provo.Lchl. Fairfield and
Nephi, Mantl and points on
Sanpete Valley Ry 7:30 rum.
For Garfield Beach, Tooele,
Stockton, Mammoth, Eu
reka, and Silver City 8:00 a.m.'
For Provo. American Fork,
Lehl, Juab, Mllford, Frisco,
Callentes and intermediate
points .-. 6:05. p.m.
From Provo, American Fork,
Lehl, Juab, Mllford, Frlaco,
Callentes and lntermcdlato
points ,9:35 a.m.
From Provo, Lehl. Fairfield.
Mercur and Sanpete Valley
Ry. points y. 5:35 p.m.
From Silver City, Mammoth.
Eureka, Stockton. Tooclo
nnd Garfield Beach ........ y:35 pvm.
Dally Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Sor
vlco between Salt Lake, Mllford, Modena
Direct staR connections for all mining
districts In southern Utah and Nevada.
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Street.
E W. GILLETT, J. L. MOORE,
Gcn'l Pass. Agt. Dist. Pass Agt.
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LINE
TO ST. LOUIS.
Through car. Salt Lako City to St.
Louis and Kansas City. Only one change
to New York, Buffalo and principal points
East low rates for summer tracl.
Especial attention to ladles and chil
dren. Tourist sleepers through to Chicago,
Boston and other points without change.
Two trains dally.
Inquire at tickct office, 103 Dooly block.
Salt Lako City. Any Information cheer
fully given. H. C. TOWNSEND.
G. P. it T. A. Missouri Paclllc Ry., St.
Cheap Rates to
AND OTHER EASTERN POINTS VIA
We can save you money. Wrlto me.
C. F. WARREN, General Agent,
411 Dooly Block, Salt Lake City.
SK NEW YORK
r tow Vorli, Gibraltar, Naples,
Superior accommodation. Excellent Cul
I sine. Comfort of pnssencors carofully
considered. SlnRlo or Round Trip T.'ckcts
6ctween New York nuU Scotch, Englleh,
j Irlali nud oil principal Scandinavian und
Continental points at nttrnctivo rates. Sond
for Book of Tours. For tlckcte or coneral
aformatton apply to any local a;eat of tho
Anchor Line or e
HENDERSOjM BROS., Gon'l flgenlo. CHICAGO. ILL.
iij.-i'! ii.uu.jru. tiMi .tt" . t.uj , i T " i YTi"?-
3 Any sick person who has never used h
jj Llquozoue ebould vrlte Cthe Liquid ;
1 0zono Co.. 45O-IC0 Wnbash ave.. Chi- I
J cago. They will eend you an order on H
3 your drUKglat for a CO-cent bottlo free.
If you will stato tho dlseasn to be H
treated 2-H. G. R E. y
In qffect June 8, 1904. jH
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY.
Is"?; 10 I?or Hcbor, Provo and 11
Marysvalo s-.OO a. m.
No. 102-For Park City 5:15 a. m,
o. G For Denver and East,. 8;50 a. m
No. o For Ogdcn and West 10:CO a. m. YLW
r0- lFor Ogden and West .... 1-45 p m. VLW
x.0, H For Denver and East . 3:15 p. m.
No. S For Provo and Eureka... 5:00 p, m.
No. 11 For Ogdcn and local pts C:05 p, m
No. 1 For Denver and East . 8:03 p. m.
No. 3 For Ogden and West ....11 :55 p. m
No. 112 For Bingham 8:10 a m.
No, 111 For Bingham S:00 p. m.
. ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY.
No, C From Ogdcn and the East SM0 a m LL
No. 12 From Ogdcn and local pts 10:23 a, m.
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo. 10'CO a. m.
No. 5 From Denver and East.. 10:40 a. m.
No. 1 From Denver and East 1.33 p. m HI
No. S From Ogdcn and West.. 3:05 p. m HflH
No. 101 From Park City 5:15 p, m. (
No. 9 From Heber, Provo and HH
Mar'svale .N (5:00 p.' m MB
No. 4 From Ogdcn and the West 7:55 p. m.
No. S From Denver and East.. 11. 13 p. m.
No. Ill From Bingham 11:00 a. m. taJH
No. 11S From Bingham , . 5 00 p. m. InDJ
All train except Nos. 1 to C stop at In- J
termcdlatc polnLs. HHH
Ticket office, Dooly Block.
'Phone 203. HflH
I. A BENTON. G- A. P. D
yS June (Q, 1904. II
From Ogdcn. Portland, llll
Butte, San Francisco, Chi- HH
cago. St Louis, Omaha, HI
and Denver 8:25 a.m. BfJ
From Ogden and Interrnedi- HH
ate points 9:10 a.m. fH
From Ogden, Cache Valley, IM
and Intermediate points.... 11:55 a.m. lApJ
From Ogdcn, Chicago. . St.
Louis, Kansas City, Oma- IBI
ha, Denver and San Fran- mUfl
claco 4:20 p.m. ML
From Ogdcn. Cache Valley, 91
Butte, Portland and San ESH
Francisco . 7:30 p.m. MH
For Ogden. Omaha. Chicago, BVJ
Denver. Kansas City and nvH
St. Louis 7:00 a-m. WM
For Ogden, Portland, Butte, HI
San-Francisco and lntcrme- MH
diate polntn 10:20 a.m. MH
For Ogdcn, Omaha. Chicago, LW
Denver, Kansas City. St. HpJ
Ixuls and San Francisco,. 1:30 p.m. VMM
For Ogden. Cache Valley, HI
Denver, Kansas City. Oma- MM
ha. St. Louis and Chicago.. 5:45 p.m. Ml
For Ogdcn, Cacho Valley. HI
Butte. Helena, Portland, ll
San Francisco and lntermc- ill
dlato points 1 1 :45 p.m. jHH
T. M. SCHUMACHER. Traffic Mgr. HI
D. E. BURLEY. G. P. & T. A HBJ
D. S. SPENCER. A. G. P. & T A. MM
City Ticket office. 201 Main street HH
Telephone 250. HI
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A Delightful Place to "Visit. 8 PI
A Profitable Place Live. 9 Mm
I aMrfiia 1 1
' Greatest Pluy Ground on Earth. wl
f Famous Places Which Evcryono VUt
'l Wants to See. 5 aH
Invest In a Tickct to CALIFOR- ' SflJ
n NIA and Secure Rich Dividends In i Wm
I HEALTH. PLEASURE AND I !
i WEALTH. mm
1 Mountains. Valleys, Rlver3, Lakes duHJ
aijd Ocean Reached by the UlH
I? Southern Pacific ? II
I Sompainy's Lines I 11
For descriptive and Illustrative n ll
1 literature call at No. 201 Main f. H
, Street. Salt Lako City f,
j DR. GRAY, General Agent. g mM
JlSttafl RSEfclANUWUWIEta II
ycVUEf&ffi' Dm lllg O forunnotural 4H
1 t totdmi! dlioharxca.InCammntlonj, 'II )
OttriDicri K Irritations or ulcerations SjHJ
r4 nt ie ulnart, of nil) co us membranes.
VtZ2x r-sti coj. Painless, and not atria SHJ
IvJoflTrlEEViNSCHSMICitCo. cent or polionoua. ' !
VrtiA CIHJIHIIAP.O.n.jg r aruBtitla, mm
CUG.i. jkA i or soat la pla.lh wrnpror, !
'Vj't3- ?r3Ty lr o.tpros. prepaid, fo?
tSRyiH 3, co- orSbcttlcatfUu.
& j Ctroulur if at on rtsiue 9B1
I special. : iH
I Anthracite coal all sizes j II
Hurton Coal & Lumber Co. ! II
L 06 W, 2nd So. 'Phono 80S. IfjH
J The Easiest Possible . 1 1
j Trip to the East ' 1
Is the trip you cau inalce IrMcae of the Bur- i ll
f; linglon's clean, well ventilated sleeping cars. A wmu
(j: The route is through cool canyons and along
p swift-moving streams. You can go right $ BH
i through to St Louis, the World's .Fair city, 3 RH
tfj over the smoothest and best of roads, in the j wH
shortest time possible.
g rJSLT.';SSrn I Vlsh vou would let me toll you more ,r.
'ti I Wrml&lvM about this. Either In a personal intor- $ mMM
lrWI B' F' NESLEN General Agent, B
? !fejlini 79 W SEC0NI) SOUTH STBEET, i jH
I m?SSS&M Salt Lako City, Utah. 1 ttmW