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j sfy Hawgood (Suits
1 16, Won Is Now Chief
jEngineer of the Whole
Brad7 Likewise Leaves the
and Will Accept Service
ith Some Other Company,
! n Hiwtrood has severed his con
Si; 1th tho San Pedro, Los An
' 1 Silt Lake, and E- G. Tilion. who
"rrwecceded Mr Hawgood as on
fb chares of the work, has boen
udl't engineer of the road. When
tcimgo was made. Mr. Hawgood
iVrca the title of consul tins cngl
htit was UnWn at tho tlmo that
& t natter of but a few wooks bc
KiwuM leave the road. Tllton Is a
ihoirn encinecr who was formerly
Southern Paclllc, and hns made
i iriw. over tho road at this end
Sltt He Is duo here coon naln
rtl m to the front
uVrucd that the work, which has
delayed on tho California end.
taxXA rushed forward to an early
EDSON HAS RESIGNED.
jets General Manager of the C.
H. & D. Road,
il io The Tribune.
tNER, Colo., Sept 23 Manager Job
iu Edson of tho Denver & Bio
: tjstem resigned this morning, to
rt tbi position of gonorol manager
udn&atl, Hamilton & Dayton rond.
tsA Hudlnp, who recently resigned
irlx-rrcsMent of the Missouri Paclllc,
e;v vice-president of the Cincinnati,
s2ca & Dayton Harding selected
Eton 'or the trying place of general
ripr of the new road, whlrh seems
2iS on to be absorbed by tho
ho ara even now said to havo
zJidlioc Interest. Mr Edpon has
3 ccsnttd with the Denver &. Bio
tU sine January 1, 1902, and lias
ib i record equaled by few general
In the country. Vlco-Prcsldent
iia Schlacks said that a successor
Hi. Edson had not been named. It
ai probable that Mr Schlacks will
'lilt ceneral manapor, as well as
t-rrMent of the road Edson's trans
it the Ohio road Is said to mean itc
1; laijpimatlon with the Gould sys
i. Aiiike-up In tho operating depart
tt the P.lo Grande following Ed
it rtlr6incnt Ts anticipated.
! IA1KS OF MOFFAT ROAD.
t Gill of Denver Gives Assurances
of Coming of That Line.
ks th visitors to the city is S. G.
I ef Denver, who has been well ac
ted trlth President D. H. Moffat and
eitts, and ho adds the pleasing as
toc that tho road la surely coming
tilll at Provo, which would Indl
Mut the Provo canyon route will bo
ktutra that the line, so far as built,
fiaitoany In the countrv and Is splon
7Cftfifuqtcd and well equipped. Mr.
otlw say-, is ablo to build tho line
5,ar.d thcro la no doubt of his ln
"t Lp to date he has been beset
obstacles, nnd in his local efforts
i-" "?s mct w,tn strong opposi
te"'. t0,.hls nrmlse to deliver soft
u tat city nt a a ton.
,1 l!?t w,n 00 a Bfcat benefit
T w Salt Lake and Denver, but to
cwntry lying between It, und will
bwtakwSST and rlch reslon hcrc"
A OFF FOR THE EAST.
a Short Lino Talent Called to
Jtogo for General Conference.
N tU local talent of tho Oregon
s system has been caUcd to Chl
5Ju yTk on a General confer
iLiltS.id 5011,0 speculation among
C Y'SSho.2ro watclng tho altua
i Whtsldcnt, Bancroft. Chief
latPurWin flr)d General Superln
b SSfr JSf,1 last n'Bht No.
Mr V t0. c'cago. where they
iJffi? Nev Yorlc- That somo
'Quest.ons arc to como up seoms
;S 11 W. BRADY QUITS.
Chief Dispatcher Is to Leave
; tho Bait Lake, Route.
S JV, Brad'. chief dispatcher of
11 aEtln?0U!0,' 18 t0 vor his of
'"with that road In the
5lbterub .Is one of tho best
h U Is" K? ,'J? ,dc'"and on other
'a v'!n"veh 11 ls known that ho
froSfiftTalS. B t0 anther
) K. BROWN BACK.
re in Charge of It Here.
Vtow, oivlMon er.giCfir of main
from 5 Sal1 Koute. has
CoSSltOM ,n nKa,,C8 Wh0r0 h0 1108
Altera n?.Wl,tll 0f"clal3 of tho
a have b.4Xl ne fetalis of
S x BcnitoP VmU " ornc,al ,ntor-
Ur S ?Iark ,aild othor of-
S1 ao tnlnr an(1 from now on
ej. tnincs hum on tho Utah dl-
t!SfI,acIflc Still Active.
mlr "th'fn0.? nln PacWc mado
tlfSs: L "vc Jays of this week
cheap" tea ,is
E,, J J0Uf """ If you don.t 1ke
shares of common stock transferred,
or an amount equal to over SS3.000.000.
Coming on tho heels or tho Western Pa
olflc and other Btories and preceding tho
annual election of directors. It continues
to look lntcrostlng. The question is; Who
put up tho J33.000.COO?
Now that J A. Edson has left tho Rio
Grande, thero will bu much speculation
as to a successor or tho future arrange
ment of tho Operating department of tho
Sovcral statements are mado that now
the Western Pacific "ceases to be a paper
railroad But from tho loquaclouB an
nouncements of All Its officials, it would
seem that It relies on tho press for much
of Its success. Tho press only took it up
when its Incorporators announced their
plans, otherwise nothing would havo boen
known of It.
Railroad news becomes more Interesting
with the falling leaves of autumn and tho
coming of spring.
The air Is filled with rumors afTcctinff all
roadH and "yndlcates,
Tho Santn Fe officials will meet in To
poka on September 26 to dlscusB winter
M H II M M M H t M M
f HAPPENINGS ABROAD f
H t m n n II k J-M M M
ST. PETERSBURG. Sept 23. Tho As
sociated Press Is ablo to denv tho state
ment from Peking that M. Lossar, tho
Russian Minister. Is trying to arrango tho
sale of the ManchUrian railroad to China
TOKIO. Sept, 23 An official tolegram
roports that lights havo taken placo at
the towns of Tlollntr and Sanlungku.
sixty miles northeast of Llao Yang, on
TANGIER, Morocco, Sept. 23 Mr. Leo,
the British merchant of Rabat who was
reported to havo been captured by tribes
men while fishing in tho Rabat river, has
returned safoly to Rabat.
ST. PETERSBURG. Sept. 23.-Accord-Ing
to the present status of the negotia
tions of tho United States and Great Brit
ain with Russia on tho mattor of con
traband of war, foodstuffs alono have
been formally declared conditional con
traband. Russia has notified Great Brit
ain that sho has no intention to depart
from her original view that coal Is abso
BERLIN, Sept. 23. The Dresdnor bank,
In conjunction with tho Schaffhauson
bank union, has taken up the now Mexl
ican 5 per cent gold loan for tho boncfit
of tho Tehuantepec National Railroad
LONDON, Sept. 23. George Davis, said
to bo tho son of a Wealthy ranch owner
of Kansas City, was found dead In bed
at a leading London hotel today. An ar
tery of his left arm had been cut with a
razor, which was found bosldo tho body.
It Is supposed that Davis, who Is hero
on a visit, committed suicide.
TORONTO, Ont., Sept. 23. E. J. Davis,
commissioner of crown lands, and a
member of tho Ontario Legislature, has
been unseated as a result of a petition
against his return for North York at
tho bye-election in February. 1903. This
leaves the Government without a ma
jority on the floor
LAS PALMAS, Canary Islands, Sopt. 23.
Tho British cruisers St. George and
Brilliant arrived here and anchored thl3
SUEZ, Sept. 23. Tho Russian auxiliary
cruisers St. Petersburg and Smolensk ar
rived here today.
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 23.-Graln
exports are Increasing at nil Russian
ports, especially tho exportatlons of
wheat to 'England.
ST. PETERSBURG. Sept. 23. Tho dis
turbances which occurred at Odessa last
week, are-now said not to havo been antl
Jcwlsh, but anti-military, and to havo
been caused by rescrvo men who, It Is al
leged, refused to go tho far East.
LONDON, Sopt. 23 Russian agents aro
displaying great activity In securing coal
nt -Llvorpool for Vladivostok. They of
fer ?G per ton, plus 3 per cent upon tho
ship's departure, and another J3.75 on ar
rival at Vladivostok.
SEOUL, Sept. 23. Tho Japancso mili
tary authorities have executed threo
Koreans who wero caught August 27
wrecking tho Seoul-Wiju railroad. In
vestigation showed that theso Koreans
were employed by Russian sympathizers.
SANDWICH. Mass., Sept 23, Frost has
ruined a large part of the cranberry crop.
Tho loss amounts to thousands of dollars.
NEW YORK, Sept. 23. Secret service
detectives today arrofltcd Sebastian Fa
sannccllo. a clerk In tho First Municipal
court, on a charge of selling bogus Fed
eral naturalization papers.
NEW YORK, Sept. 23. Two men havo
been instantly killed by an cnglno In tho
freight yards at St. George, Staten Island.
Tho dead men were workmen engaged In
carrying steel rails across tho track. Four
others narrowly escaped.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 23. Rear-Admiral
Jewell, commander-in-chief of the Euro
pean squadron, has informed tho Navy
department that ho will hold tho autumn
practice of his squadron at Abouklr bay
NEW YORK, Sept. 23. Speycr & Co ,
Kuhn. Locb & Co. havo purchased $0,000,
000 of consolidated 4 per cent bonds of tho
Pittsburg, Cincinnati & SL Louis (Pan
Handle) railway, at a prlco not stated
NEW YORK, Sept. 23, Consul-General
Cordova of Honduras says today that tho
boundary question between Honduras and
Nicaragua would be settled by arbitration.
WASHINGTON, Sept- 23. President
Roosevelt appeared today at his deflk In
tho cxecutlvo offices. The Cabinet meet
ing todav was devoted principally to an
Informal discussion of tho political situa
tion. Only four members wero present.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 23. Lieut. Ros
coo C. Bulmor of the bureau of ordnance
ha opplled for sea duty and will be as
signed to tho Illinois. Ho has served for
a year at tho Whllo Houao a8 ono of the
President's naval aides.
CLEVELAND. Sept. 23. A. B. Nicholas,
A. T. Hatch and F. C. Schneerer, as stock
holders, Jointly began suit horo tod;iy
against the Imperial Plantation company,
tho William V. BackU3 company and W.
V Backus of this city, personally, for an
accounting of tho financial affairs of the
PEORIA, 111., Sept. 23. The closing ses
sions of tho convention of weather mon
were uneventful. Papers wero read per
taining to the weather service.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 23. The mem
bors of the Inter-parliamentary union ar
rived here today from Niagara in their
special train. After breakfast tho delo
rales wero given a threo hours' rldo
around tho city, followed by a visit to
BOSTON. Sept 23. Tho warorooms of
tho Abbott-Downing Carriage company
wero burned early today arid twenty
workmen in tho building adjoining mado
a hasty exit. In tho confuBlon which fol
lowed seven men wero rcportod missing,
but later all were accounted for.
CLINTON. Mo., Sept. 23. Passenger
truln northbound on tho Missouri, Kan
sas & Tcxns road, fast flyer, was wrecked
thin morning at LcwIb station, by a mis
placed switch. Engineer John Shano of
Parsons. Kan., was killed, after having
reversed his engine, and threo persons
FEARFUL DECLINE OF STRENGTH
Medical Skill Had Almost Exhausted
Itself in Vain Attempts to Rolievo
Her A Remarkable Result.
The recovery of Miss Gertrude L.
Bun from her lon& illness, tho begin
p & of whlcn date back to the spring
or 1900, has not only relieved wide-felt
anxiety among her many "friends, who
had long despaired of any improvement
in her condition, but, owing to the re
markable obstinacy of the case. Is of
eiat ,nterest to the mcdicnl world.
The attack of pneumonia, which
seized her ulready weakened system in
November of 1900, and threatened to
carry her off, wns successfully resisted,
after It had confined' her to bed for a
month, but a bad cough followed It and
lingered all through the following sum
n er. It seemed impossible to break it
up or to restore her strength, which had
been sadly undermined.
Allopathic and homeopathic doctors
tried to help her, but their beat efforts
could not check the steady decline of
her vital energies. Then she used some
advertised modes of treatment, but
when sho saw her condition daily grew
more serious In spite of all that was
done, sho for a while discontinued all
medicine and gave herself up to des
pair. "What was your condition at this
time?" sho was asked.
"My stomach," said MIsb Bull, "was
so weak I could not keep food down. I
suffered from constant nausea. My
kidneys were in terrible condition. My
feet and ankles were swollen so badly
that it pained me even to stand on
them. I was very bilious. My heart
was In bad shape, so I could not go up
and down stairs or stand any exertion,
and I could not lie down In a natural
attitude, but I had to be propped up by
pillows when I slept."
"It seems a wonder that you should
ever have recovered. How did It hap
pen?" "You may well call It a marvel," con
tinued Miss Bull, "but "Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills wrought It. None of my
friends thought I could live many
months longer. My parents had no
hope. I could not have escaped death
If, at the last moment, despairing as I
was, I had not had courage enough left
to try just one thing more. I learned of
It by the merest chance, but It was the
one thing I needed most, the one thing
that saved my life. When a pamphlet
advertising Dr. Williams" Pink Pills for
Pale People was thrown In our door It
was a great event for me. These pills
saved me from the grave. Within a
week from the time I began to take
them I felt better, and in three months
I was entirely well. I do not know that
I can say any more except that I can
not praise Dr. Williams' Pink Pills too
highly, and that I dearly hope that my
experience may bring good to some
Miss Bull, who was (so remarkablj'
cured by this great blood remedy, re
sides at Union Grove, Illinois. Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills checked the fearful
decline of her strength, and rectified
the disorders which had disturbed
nearly every organ of her body, because
they act Immediately on the blood,
purifying and enriching It and making
It carry fresh vitality to every part In
the case of all debilitating diseases such
as lung troubles, grip, fevers, and in all
cases In which the system la thorough
ly run down, these pills perform won
ders. They are sold by all druggists
throughout the world.
In effect Juno 8, 1904,
LEAVE SALT LAKE OITY.
ffo. 10 For Hebor, Provo and
Marysvalo .. - 8:00 a, m,
Ko. 102 For Park City . 8:16 a, m.
Ko. 6 For Donver and East.... 8:60 a. m.
STo. 5 For Ogdon and West 10:00 a. m.
No, 1 For Ogden and West .... 1:4? p. m.
No. 2 For Denver and East .... Sno p. rn.
No. 8 For Provo and Euroka... 5:00 p. no.
No. 11 For Ogden and local pta C:05 p, m.
i7o. 4 For Denver and East.... 8:05 p. m.
To. 3 For Opdcn and West ....11 :K p. m.
To. 112 For Bingham 8-10 a. m,
fo. 114 For Bingham 3:0m p. m.
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY.
Jo. G From Ogden and tho Eaat 8:40 n. m.
ko. 12 From Ogden and local pta 10:25 a, ra,
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo. 10:00 a. m.
no. 5 From Donver and East. .10-40 a. m.
No. 1 From Donver and East.. 1:83 p. m.
No. 3 From Ogden and West. . 8:05 p. m.
No. 101 From Park City C:16 p. m.
No. 9 From Hebor, Provo and
Marysvalo 6:C5 p. ra,
N'o. 4 From Ogden and thoWeat 7:65 p. m.
No. 8 From Denvor and East. .11:45 p. m,
Ko. Ill From Bingham JLOo, m.
No. 113 From Bingham G:b. m,
All train eaoept Nos, 1 to C stop qt In
Tlckot office, Dooly Block.
L A. BENTON. G-, A. JP..P
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LINE
TO ST. LOUIS.
Through car, Salt ;Lako City to St.
Lodls und Kansas City. Only one change
to New York, Buffalo and principal points
East low rates for Bummer travel.
Especial attention to ladles and chil
dren. Tourist slecpero through to Chicago,
Boston and other polntB without change
Two tralnr, .lolly.
Inquire at Vckot office. 103 Dooly block.
Bait Lake City. Any Information cheer
fully given. H. C. TOWN SEND,
G. P, & T. A. Missouri Pacific Ry., St'
The Lagoon Road
Salt Lake & Ogden Railway.
Timo Tablo in Effect Sept. G, 1004.
LEAVE SALT LAKE, C:30 nnd 9 a. ra ,
3:20 and 6:30 p. m.
LEAVE FARMINGTON AND LA
GOON. 7:30 and 10 a. m.. 4:30 and C:30 p. m.
Extra trains at 11 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. on
Sundays and holidays.
A. D. PIERSON, Gen'l Pass. Agt
J. B. BEAN, Excursion Agt
OFFICE, lfll .V-AXN ST.
rayD In Effect
H8wEh'B June 19, 1904.
From Ogden, Portland
Butte, San Francisco, Chi
cago. St Louis, Omaha,
and Denver 8:25 a,xa.
From Ogden and intermedi
ate points 0:10 a.m.
From Ogden, Cache Valloy,
and Intermediate points.... 11:55 a.m,
From Ogden, Chicago, St.
Louis, Kansas City, Oma
ha. Denver and San FTan
clcco ,. .., 4:20 p.m.
From Ogden, Cacho Valloy,
Butto. Portland rind San
Franclaco 7:30 p.m.
For Ogden, Omaha, Chicago.
Denver, Kansas City and
St Louts 7:00 a.m.
For Ogden, Portland, Butto,
San Francisco and Interme
diate points 10:20 a,m.
For Ogden, Omaha, Chicago,
Denvor, Kanaas City. St.
Louis and San Francisco.. 1:30 p.m.
For Ogden, Cacho Valley,
Denvor, Kansas City, Oma
ha, St. Louis and Chicago.. p.Hl
For Ogden. Cache Valloy,
Butte. Holena, Portland,
San Francisco and Interme
diate points v lli4tS p.m.
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Traffio Mgr.
D. E. BURLEY. G. P. & T. A.
D. S SPENCER, A. G. P. T. A.
'City Tlckotofflcc. 201 Main street
Cheap Rates to
AND OTHER EASTERN POINTS VIA
We can save you money. Writo m.
C. F. WARREN, General Agent
01 Dooly Block, Salt Loko City.
I WHICH ROAD WILL YOU TAKE?
, THE i
I DENVER & RIO GRANDE I
Is the shortest and most popular route
A NATURAL PICTURE GALLERY ALL THE WAY.
50 hours going. 49 hours returning through the grandest
1 scenery on the American Continent )
t ' ' I
5 TSi-Exposition Flyer
To St. Louis without change of cars
; Leave Salt Lake 3:15 p. m. daily arriving at St. Louis 6:00
2 p. m. second day. ' j,
1 Compare these figures before accepting the claims of our j
i competitors 'J
I ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND TOURISTS ANNUALLY
I f '
a Testify that the Rio Grande is the only way when you travel for i
pleasure ( i
' THAT'S WHY WE GET THE BUSINESS.
First class dining-car service. Through Pullman and tour-
ist sleepers. Free reclining chair Ciirs. 5
I See any Rio Grande Agent for further particulars.
I WE TREAT AND CURE . S
&Zldt&h OATARKU ncamoas. Koto nnd Throat f
1 WWKkjvL 'd&A Troubles, Bjn and Kor DIseasos, itronchlal f- V2if-j3tNav
9 tW'lP&Si' ond LtlnK Troubles Aslbmo. Stomach Mr- ";iSJirVya
9 -fiSop fr and KldDojr JMsftisos. Uladdor Troublw. tf
j ttfifaOl 1"' ' Foraalo Complaint, Chronic D'ecavos or 1
1 '8irl&. " iSs Woruon oud Children, Heart niMuso, Kor- .LJ'. , Iftyjai'ff
vain Dlaoa03, Chorea, ibl, Vitus' Dance), 13 '- Jif jHgw
j "r-l JiJb 8trUUx, KloUetB. Spinal Trouble Sklu J)l- Z I
I fl3 ioaio'(, bolallcn nnd Rheumatism, Dlbyasci
I . 5V. A&Lfi "f tbo Boweli, lMlck. flalula and Ilcotal 'S''Z stiyf&J!.
1 S Trouble. Ooltro (or blc urk). lilood IM-
1 JSL. . 'cnsos, Tap Worm, liny Fever' Hysteria, i j&xy&S&j''
HiPjOk. V npllopsy, insomnia etc., and all Korvous, '''fdr'Mftjxr'
-BixVr L--T"3tV I'riTftW and Ubronlo Dlsuasot A yyffifflFSr
SKSHiCTJJllrvpSw Consul lutlou Croo. KivUvfjr
,n n" Private diseases ol men. to show our .S?iC5r
"rHyiiaiUi. i good lailh and skill, wo aro altvo)s willing lo &jv'
db. A. j, suoitns. wait lor our loo until a euro is oRacted. diuo. v. buobk.
I thoronub. Koi ono of i Abnolulolr pal nl oat
oar patient ba citot 1 treatment lua tro
2.3 rdlnpm urwr So onlted "Wcotnws" In raon roorcly compltoty Inrti- Jl
bol n dlsoharued as a nyruplom or ohronlo lnni.raruatlon In j.-nto our molhoa It t
ourod. and vo ooro In iho proilato uiaud. brouK'ht on by early lc tho only thoroughly
lost tlmo than tho or- dissipation or by tho linpropor treat- ?,c enillflc treatment for
dlnary torrn or treat- mom of omo cootntctwd dUoaoe. A "J'"1 dlseavo Doing am
man l require. comploto and radical ouro li, thoroforo. ployod.
. a guosllou of restoring tbo prostate
eland lo Its normal ttlaie, nd IhU wo
Sceilflc DlOOd Poison. "copmpllsh promptly uml coruploioly Sporran torrh bou,
bpctuit uiuuu r-uisuu. wjiuouttho nno of lutorual remedies. Gonorrhoea Syphl
Ko danjjorous mlucrala Our treatiuont Is a local ono onllroly. Hh Strict arc' l'lloii.
to drlTO tbo virus to It i: srllnal und sclcntlllo, uud has L,0!it 3iinb00u. Uy !
tho Interior but barm- boon prevail nbsoluloly etfKjUvo by lrooelf, Sumlnul i.
m lets, blood-oleatislns tbotiMuds of tests. Wo nro couvloced AVoiiUncn, etc.. are
H rrailes. that romovu that by no othoriiiotbods can lull uud nRO umontr tho dl-
0 the last poisonous penjonont restoration of btrungViJ onA oui;6b wo onri to
rj uUat, vloor bo oooompUihuc. -tliy curcii. I
SI ' 1
HOVIB CURES BY TYIM.:-.
e Wo moke n specialty of onrlrur patients by mall. Wo baTo cursl thousands who haro ,
1 noTCTBMnns porsoually. If you aro affllctod and caunot call, wrlto us for ndrlce and freo lymp
I loin Wanks nnd -wo trill gladly advlsoyou rcwnrdlnK your caao, frco of churvc. ('
OOIoo Uourtl 0 IV. m. to ft pn.l lTonlnuo.T to 8) Bundays and Holidays, 10 a. m. to U. 1
I DBS, SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, 249 ffir
IJ. "W. CURE.IE, .
V V. Ird South, Suit Lake CUt J
TIME crrx I
pan Pedro. Lob An- V?!5ry
nclcs & Salt Lako yPJZr
R. R. Co.
t't-om OroETon Short Lino -depot, SaltiLaio
For Provo. Lohl, Fairfield and
Ncphl, Monti and points on
Sanpoto Valley Ry I'.ZO crew
For Garfield Beach, JTooele,
Stockton, Mammoth, Eu-.
rcka, and Silver City 8KX fum.
For Provo, American Fork,
Lehl, Juab, Mllford, Frisco,
Cnllontoa and lntormedlalo
points "eiOS pan.
From Provo, American Fork,
Lehl, Juab, Mllford, Frittco,
Callentes and intermediate)
points 9:35 a.zn;
:From Provo, Lehl, Fairfield,
Mcrcur and Sanpeto Valley
Ry. points DtSS p.m:
From Sliver City, Mommoth,
Eureka, Stockton. Tooele
and Garfield Beach --6:35 p.m.'
Daily Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Ser
vice between Salt Lake. Mllford, Modenn,
Direct Rtao connections for all mining
distriots In southorn Utah and Nevada
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Street:
E, "W. GILLETT. J. L. MOORE,
' Gentl Pass. AxrL DlaL Pass. .Ait,
? A Delightful Place to Visit. j
A Profitable Place tp Xivc
l Grcateot Pluy Ground on Earth.
T Fsmous Places "Which Everyona S
"V"anttj to Sec. r
Invest In a Tlckot to CALIFOR- ft
'' NIA 2nd Secure Rich Dlvldonda In &
,: HEALTH. PLEASURE AND ft
' WEALTH. g
a Mountainn. Valleys, Rlvors, Lakes Y,
and Ocean Reached by the V
Southern Pacific ?
I ompaHiy's Lines
i For dc3crlptiv"3 iLnd illuslroxive
. literature call a( No. 201 Main I
i Street, Salt Lake City. U
ft D. R GRAY. Genonvl Arent. jfl
HOTEL KNUTSFORD, .
Now and elegant lit all its oppolntmonbv
150 roorao, slDglo or en oulte. tl rooms with
bath. G. 6, Holoiua, Proprietor.
I GOING lovit' TWSLTO j I l
j Corning SnS?1 Boad3 EIGHTESN
1 TIME IS MONEY. -f (j;. I
Save It! Save It! " j j ' I
$ tft (f fT fT (fX Leaves Salt Lake 7 a. m.; arrives St. ,' ' 1
y JV-Pfll(LJ Louis second morning. J
i ifr--si t-an iryf "Leilve9 St. Louis 7:30 p. m.; arrives j .. '
W'LJll 1 IlJlfl Salt Lako second afternoon 4:05 p. m. I.
eighteen hours saved. j -j 1
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jj THROUGH SLEEPER BOTH WAYS IN CONNECTION WITH THE i. -
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i THROUGH OMAHA. v 1 . 1
For Rates and Sleeping Car Reservations call at J '! -. j"
I 201 Main Street,, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. J Ij ' JiH
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1 FROM SALT LAKE CITY III, I
l To St. Louis and jM Vlk f2 1
I Return via the Scenic fl M 1 g f
Routes without kSi
Double Berth one way M l
5 In Cool, Clean, if'll 8 S I L ' liB
'i Comfortable Tourist kPl flf k ill mfc ;H
Sleeping Car- ----- ' ,
For economical travel, J ill
5 there is nothing better 3 "1
than this combination.
S lrl R. F. NESLEN, General Agent,
aj j SNP njal 70 WEST SECOND SOUTH ST., f.: '
Salt Lake City. , iH
S. C. W. HSGGIS, M. D., (:'
3 U vK SPSCLA2JST. K 'H
I "wk il lllcro3eopio and. Analytlo "Phyalelan. jj '
3 J$&&t CURES Fits, Noxvoufl "Weaknes-i. Nou- ji' 'H
1 SSlW rolgla, Varicocele, Weak Spino. BIHoug- ,
j fi- lfffW ncBB. Gravel. Sore Eyce, Lune Discuses. , n 'ilH
V ' VV JfarJy Tapo Worm. Dyopepslu, Liver and Kid- - u, jH
A HillH AW&t?? ey Coniplalnt, Deafneos. Cutarrb, Erj-- AT (IH
J vtbSWurW DlpclfiiL Old Sorea, bcrofula. Rliorrnjjm. !;)' ';H
3 Cw8iJTOK& Iil u HtlffJoKiia. Plloa In tholr worm. vm. hi liH
i lirWWJfl vlV Thoso Rflllotod with EpUopsy or Flto oan ; jj TH
J'filtxvrV st; to permanently ourod. L H ' IH
B$r"ttS!K 'd?!. Sy tno ala tno Microocopo wo can dc- 3 u !IH
JfrfaTTOa v3 Jlk toot Calcut, Cancorouo Mattor, Carbomvto m lj; B
; "J!?SfiL X'lrWtKpl ftj of Lime, Albumen, and all cxtranooUB Jj J ,"
RiWlryJmC 1 19 " ' aubatancos mixed 'with the Urlno or !j U
( sttiwljKm jamrf c-SSJS? Blood. Thta 1b tho oclontlfla prlnclplft J t jH
''ffth V7m v(!y Can b found at bin office, St. Elmo Ho- j
A 'l 7 from 10 a. m. to -4 p. ra. Ecomo 17, 13
S. SH3 SNOWLEDOE OF DISEASE IS W ' jH
j HALF ITS CURE. 1 u1 j jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjH
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. MAN. KNOWTirYSJF. j . jH
DOCTOR COOK f?nDlaaaOB . I
' PROSTATIC TROUBLES J NERVOUS DEBILITY ' !
permanently cured, no mat- !l Cures oulck and radical In fl'j ' iH
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1 STRICTURE M m VAEIC0CELE , jH
- cured In 16 days, without ir Completely and permanently W" , 1 iH
1 cuttlnj;, pain drugs or de- aC&J cured by my now 'procosa; all t
tcntlon from business, disaitreonblo svinptoms soon Kt i
, WASTING WEAKNESS JJ& &PrTlt ffSiSJalnlS! B J . I
Tlmo of cure. 10 to CO days, 4V 3!,W5,and bloodies. An absolute -j i'
by my original, Very slmplo -jJ)v V J r lifStftTscuro Kuaranteed. H If-. ;iiiiiiiiiiH
: remedy (used exclusively by fflMy-V' KJ 1 'H
xnc) r M5I''BL00D POIS03cr Wl-'i .'H
PRIVATE DISEASES hV&lxW Ever' vestige of poison ro- W I V
i-XVJ-ii wiajinaiio lWlBtir moved from .systom without : tf; j t JH
cured In 8 to 10 days, without lQ'fi' aid of mercury or potiuiu. It. ; IH
the use of poisonous drugfl. s" i m ' ' 'fM
Consultation Is free and lnvltod. and In consulting me you may bo Buro that til . ilH
nothing that sclencu can dovlne or aklll perfect haa been left undone to afford A . :H
von a snecdv safo and permanent cure. ! i 11
WRITE mo In full conllclcncc, explaining your troubles a they appear to 1 & f, , 'U'H
you and receive by rotuvn mall my honest and candid opinion of your caao. , C , l