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irESD.u- MQB-a, September 2T. loo.. THIS SALT LAKE TltlBTTNE. pages,. -, -fl
I . " " . . . Kv i lH
4 THE PLACE
1 Louis Slates liloi
.President in Charge of
VElisouri Pacific System
Vil at St. Louis.
Itsjer Succeeds R. W. Brady on
i (diIko Eouto and Other Lnte
' jiiroad Developments.
B iiVexes from St. Louis that JM-
fr Jeff crj' Is l00kert upon as the
Jfft ;itoffiil become vice-president and
1 .i wcagtr of the Missouri Pa
: .., of RubecH Hardinc Mr.
I i f no prerlde.it of the Rio
10 4 .ntem. and Mr. Gould's rlRht
M at the Xew York office, but
iSugoto St. LoulB ho would
reaa of the financial and ope-
k, 2 f Senta of the whole system.
2 i "ke Mr. Jcirery, and they
d, will trust to hear shortly
Smatlon of this rumor. Helo
$Sl 1 and would be the right
tr Missouri Pacinc affairs,
i not nccewarlly have to re-
S th' presidency of the Rio
!HIB JAP WINS OUT.
e General Manager Down and
EU What He Requests,
ny railroads Japanese do the
rorfc, and this Is true of two of
road?. One prominent offlclal
'received the following letter
jpiaese foreman down the line,
yttlng was granted:
t Section. 22 Sept.. IWJ.-pcar
br vour pardon to write a letter
! aVncddent of today. Our all
ring been used up last night we
&u Mi morning for the sign of
ijfre water to any freight car
rf before we lcac the soctlon
r"c eav today a freight car pass
6 a. in. when we were working
i about three miles distant from
4 ive had believed that the car
rave water, but on coming back
found, to our embarrnss
i - wfe as no water In any water
? Wane result was to us that we
Hiot make any preparation for sup
, c! vt were put Into a distressing
Sl tin We remember that the number
(a Wshts car was EW. We all earn
' frteire we shall never be met with
- jickltd conduct from the englncmnn
Bfsr. so we wish you will tell him to
kurc of never falling to give water
' almost life itself to us when
i laiss that you will give us full sat
yfj t&n In accepting our request. Tours
. ltH'e BOYS working AT THE
" iTST SECTION.
' fiiUaaik you to send us four wln-
n r jluia as they are broken and we
IV c:ch carts for being unsecuro espc-
"! - Jt rtcht. Wc hope you will save
tta juch unsecuro feeling by sending
l j COKCBETE IS LAID.
0? trj Work Nearly Finished on the
, jj Salt Lake Shop Plant,
laa who have any doubts as to the
f K Short Line's plan for building
j roundhouse and shop plant in
.4 r-i Salt Lake would be surprised at
1 'unt of work already finished,
ji Knh piling was driven the concrete
1 Xliorj VCre la'd- and these can be.
V 1 trad as to the location of the
i J (ato the roundhouse. Six of the
'ttve pits are finished. Wherever
- J-' WrlU be laid Ib a'solld bed of con
' the same foundation Is placed
1MK,L- tenter plllarsj and the walls.
t?o:kcac be commenced at any
IBL15'1'- and the pile driver will be
XKL":ft. huildlng for the engineer in
t ifft U mV1 5 force nas heeu erected
ftl slir fUt ofr thu 3hP site. The
W ' m0TQ tha" hn,f "lied.
' SUCCEEDS BRADY.
i - Ipoa Dispatcher From Missouri
I "v Cocej to Salt Lake Route.
1 .D7er na" cen selected a .9 the
: 1 jr It v Brady, chief dls
, V the Salt Lake Route. Mr.
lln 0lfil,n,e Burlington 7nan.
iJt UUJiT. Joeeph, Mo,, where
9" irt?nM0het,d,8rtttcher. He will
r5j : '- his duties October 1
JvE,?tCW 011 Lemons.
ijSi?t at3nAnseles 10 Examiner
. JmY It S I breau ,n Chicago
c (W June 2 0tL,(imo. which ex
aPhib?' .'5 "Bular rate on
of ihi. Vcmber 10- The lm--?
'hat tho M"meJ- when It Is
5S?EKAk -3ltmd RccelvwWP'
-Mt in T, .c. Island sys-
OMgcUU on'f .Jjpay with a party
OS0111 Loree nil"11 , of nPect on.
SEWh ? ,m the Rock T8lad by
ll fiArhl18 and the
rtllr-LorL llhave not yet be
Ifrf or hiKs af the Wca of a
WEK o Italic
. W S ?2Unly for lD,ihretllcnlni; to
W V4'- tho county rJnma.Koa. 1,1
ately remove certain fences from Its
rlKlu of way through the poor farm.
These facts wore brought out today nt
tho meeting of tho Board of County
Commissioners, when n letter to I hat ef
foct was read from P. S. Williams, at
torney for the railroad company.
Tho n.atter wan roferrod to MosHrs.
Stanford and Hulanlski for Investigation
Santa Fc had a sale of -10,000 shares
General Manager R. E. Wells of the
Salt Lake Route has returned from
Since Monday a week .-igo 414, COO
shares of Union Pacific common stock
have been sold at about $100 per share.
If Union Pacific In Hold In such
amounts for the next ten days there will
not be a vote left for the annual elec
tion. Tho city electric line began yesterday
to lay the oe-cond track on Seventh
South from Sixth to Eighth Ea.vt, the
lacit of which has caused a delay there
for the last ten years.
The Alton hastgotten out a very clever
souvenir postal card. It is In sections-,
the first representing the engine and
the others the cars of the Alton Limited
A stranger arriving here yesterday
from San Francisco asked at the rail
road office if there was any news of the
divorce of the Union and Southern Pa
cific, raying that it was reported In San
The Denver Times, which Is the lead
er in red Ink railroad yarns, tells of
the Rock Island's efforts to control
Colorado & Southern and a fight be
tween Haw ley and Gould. The Times
Is turned around.
I WHERE WAS RAGES f
MUKDEN, Sept. 26. Doubts aro begin
ning to bo felt as to whether It will bo
possible to continue the campaign through
tho winter, which begins ln November.
CHEFOO. Sept. 26. No news was re
ceived here today regarding tho move
ments of either belligerent.
ST. PETERSBURG. Sept. 26, Interior
Minister Prlnco Svlatopolk-Mlrakv's re
ception hero today upon his arrlva'l from
Vllna wna in tho nature of an ovation,
both at the railroad station and at tho
Ministry of the Interior.
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. CG.-Gen. Sak
haroff, In a dispatch dated yesterday,
telegraphs that the Japanese ndvanco
guard during the last few days attempted
to occupy ICaoutou pass, commanding the
road to Pushun, but wore repulsed by a
detachment of the Russian advance
Blight's Disease and
1737 Broadway, San Francisco, Sept.
To the Church Women of Utah:
It Is so hard for people to believe that
Brlffht's disease and diabetes are now
curable that I am asked to permit ref
erence to my own cose. I shrink from
It, but there are too many dying to re
main silent. To be brief, I had both
Brlght's disease and diabetes for over
live years Usual dropsy, nails came
off, and the case was so hopeless that
the physicians told us there was no
need to diet and to give me anything I
craved. I heard that people were be
ing cured In this city, and procured
the treatment. In a few months the
nails came back, dropsy disappeared,
and in a year I was well. To show
how well, will say that several years
after my recovery I stood a capital op
eration at the Waldeck sanitarium, ln
the presence of six physicians. Many
friends, Including Dr. Markell of Clo
verdale and Judge E. B. Cutler of
Pine street, are fully cognizant of my
recovery from Brlght's disease and dia
betes. In fact. Judge Cutler Is him
self now recovering from diabetes
under the same treatment. Let the
cure be proclaimed to the world.
MRS. S. E. CLTNE.
This Is entirely, correct. E. B. Cutler.
Tlie above refers to the newly-dls-covcred
Fulton Compounds, tho first
cures the world has ever seen for
Bright'a disease and diabetes. Wo are
the sole agents. Ask for pamphlet. F.
J. Hill Drug Co., Salt Lake, Utah.
When to suspect Brlcht's disease:
Puffy ankles or hands weakness with
out visible cause kidney trouble after
third month smoky urine frequent
urination falling vision one or more
! PEOPLE HAVE COM - I
MENCED TO ORDER THEIR I
COAL BUT IT'S NONE TOO 1
EARLY. WHEN WE WANT B
COAL DURING OCTOBER WE
t USUALLY WANT IT PRETTY 1
BADLY. BETTER ORDER 1
I YOURS TODAY.
161 2IEIGHN STREET,
U. S. A. I
And dull by tcachors and parents, 8
oftlmes for no other reason than I
that their eyes are not as tho eyes (
of other children. Parents tnko a j
grave responsibility upon them- I
selvos when they neglect tho signs I
of defective eyesight. Wo make no
! charge for examination and nover
recommend glasses whero they aro
Jno. Daynes & Sons j
26 Main St. E
V I y When you know
I M Jr McConahay's dol
Jtt lar alarm clock
will get you up,
1 JEWELER 33- why run chances
L'.rJTZ. fc. on tho 75-cent
r , W 41 w 2nd So st'
is a common complaint, very annoying
and often serious if the proper remedy
be not administered. The secretive
organs must be put in a thorough
working condition. If you would like
to have a relief act as if from a charm,
Sold Everywhere, In boxes 10c. and 25c,
I THE EYES 1
P Arc not nil alike. Wo teat each t
t eye separato and make, tho glasses P
(i to fit. k
BECAUSE WE MAKE OUR
I OWN GLASSES E
and GUARANTEE correct fit. No f
gk charge for eyo examination. b
i RUSHMER f
I Tel. 17G3-TC 73 W. 1st So. f
j 3qj BOO V '
I I 3 Jfil -tit?!U.2.
EVERT DIME IS A BABT I
Ljt us tell you how to make tho v
baby grow. You can bnnkxwlth us 1
I by mall. Wrlto for circular. f
(&j Savings Bank j
MEN! GET IT NOW.
Send today for a book which will inspire
any man to bo strong and vigorous a
book you will Hko to read. It tells how
to cure weak men, and gives Illustrations
of the effect of my bolt upon weak, nerve
less men. I send tho book, sealed, irvc It
you lncloso this ad. '
DR, M. T. M'LAUQHLIN.
sral 10th St,, Denver, Colo.
FREE UNTIL eURED
fj) mCn SUCr
Ly LTy from ncrvJus doblllty,
1 VT loyacs, Impotency, va-
lamo bock, kidney or
Yp lyX. stomach troubles I
JNfiMjL)my world-famed Dr
"H Sanden Electric Belt
ibuv. absolutely free until
vvT cured and not one
u i 1 penny ln advance 01
fc V l on deposit. Price
y, K Wj when cured as low aa
1 1 most cases. If It
l I falls to euro you don't
'l ' pay" mo anything
V whatever. Beware of
M Imitations. Tho gen
IV. V ulnc Dr. Sanden Belt
'ivScan only be had at my
establishment as below. Standard for 40
years. Call today and take a belt along
or wrlto for one and ray two books scaled
DR. T. N. SANDEN,
997 Market Street, Son Francisco, Cal.
Scott's Santai-Pepsin Capsules
JP POSITIVE CURE
(vft?t For Inflammation orCat&rrhcf
JEV tho Ulndderand D!eosed Kid.
55? sN PvUCVU. IIO CUKE HO TAV. Cnrea
Hlqnlchlj and rormnDPntlr tho
ft ))(wori enwa of Gonorrhoea
Ahz nnnJ OSccf, uo matter of how
I lon Btnndltur. Absolntoly
f-fp&r harmlcM. Bold t7 drogglsU.
l'5. k I'rlco tl co, or by mail, n3t
ifch'h Paid. el.CO.h boiM, 92.7S.
JtTHE SAHTAL-PEPSIH GO
""v && P'UefontOco, Oblo
F J. HILL DRUG CO.. Salt Lake City.
t " ntaruticU nml liould know
f ;.lcS-.1. Sly aboat tha womlc.-'ul
rartB MARVEL Whlrlina Spr. v
s5MlVvAMTho "" vt"l 8;rlo. JrJl,
Gr&'A,. tionand Auction rMt-Sa.
nv !Et-.Mo8t Convenient.
jm- 7 5 ''Wfi?7 IlCleinifi iDtiactl.
oiber, but wml euinp for wv ,i T7t
IllostriUollxjok-"fed, It(n?c V. H ? )f
lull piullcnlaM nml directions In- f I In
Ynhvoi)ii 10 IaiIIuh Si A ltV lit. CO,, ci. IV
I'.irli Hum. Sc'w rit. -LuiJUjJjjir
For sale by P. C. Schramm, F. J.
Hill Drue Co. and Chas. Van Dyke,
ry igsyaa TOUNO, MIDDLE
Ofl rsig AGED AND ELDER
W W aMl 1 1 LY. If you aro noxunl-
1 I i F 1 ' 1' weak, no matter
nkj Vim from what cause: un
pi 19 , -A B developed: havo otrlc
)sJfrtfh7T9l turc, varicocele, eta.
MY PERFECT APPLIANCE will euro
you- No drugs or electricity; 7C0.0CO cured
and developed. 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Send for
free booklot Sent sealed. Guaranteed.
Write today. R. C Emmet, 11B Tabor
block. Denver. Colo.
M&tmM MENANDW01WE5U j
ASCDnKbt5a3 Deo nig O foruntiotural ,
fittSrif u 1 u 1 4j,aSj dlBcbftrneiinllommatlons, '
Oatrcntci H trrltatloaa or ulcoratioiu
RSf doi 10 lulcian of mn co ob mcmbrnnM. .
Cm rrTnU Conlnl l'ftlnlcjo, and not vtrlu- i
CfJoflTllEEVAJISCKfMIOAlCa. crtit or polon0UB.
IWWV CIHCinHATl.O.PTrgl Sold by 3Drai7arlts.
0.6,1. XT&l or ,ent 'n PlT wrnppr.
'i'Attvh. fpt 1T oxpri. prepaid, fot ;
SSfA 61.00. or3bcttltae2.. "
, htiMw u Ctx'-nlar nt on roonwt
REPEAL FOOD COFFEE
I READ THIS BEFORE
I YOU STMT TO TIL EAST
m For- jour trip, no mailer whore jour deslina- ;
M tion nuiv be in the East, you will find Hie Bur- j
lington the most satisfactory route, because it i
w offers its own Lhro' service to St. Louis and Chi- j ;
cago. You have choice of going via St. Louis
I and returning via Chicago, or otherwise vary-
ing your trip and remaining always the guest
of the Burlington. NTo other road offers such
a choice of routes. I -I
Before you definitely plan a trip, let me know fi
your prospective destination and see if J have
not some very valuable suggestions.
I jijl K. F. NESLEN, General Agent,
I lg 79 WEST SECOND SOUTH ST., I
Questions Abonfc tine i
World's Fair. 1 1
There are a lot of little things ln connection g
with a trip to the World's Fair at St. Louis that Sb k
you will wish to know rates, how long tickets iw
are good, time of trains, whether or not a change 9 I
of cars is necessary, what one has to pay for jKl I
board and lodging. gh
I am in shape to answer these and similar
I question. Call or write if you want information.
The Rock Island Syntom operaten apt
through slouplng care dally Colorado to '
SL Louis by way of Kansas City. Re- Jjjft 5
duced rates? In effect dally. Coach ex- E
cuivlono at frequent latorvuls. Full In- E
formation on request, '
mPftH E. DRAKE, Dist. Pn3s. Agent
11 w m nil ll I c A bibl3e Triv-Pfiss- Aeent- Wi i
fjflcV OlilKll SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. Bj
It's as important to have, a well
fitting frame ns a correct lens. Wo
carry the right sort and know how
to fit them.
'Phone 05 for the correct time.
ON ALL CAR LINEu.
Try it the Next Time You
S. C. EWING, Proprietor.
HendcjL'urters for mining men and stock
men. R ?ES fC A DAY AND UP.
jjrlfwai June 19, (904.
From Ogden,. Portland,
Butte, San Frarclsco, Chi
cago, St. Loula, Omaha,
and Denver 8:25 a,m.
From Ogden and. Intermedi
ate points 9:10 a.m.
From Ogdon, Cache Vallsy,
and lntcnnedlato points.... 11:55 a.m.
From Ogden, Chicago, St."
LouIb, Ivansaa City, Oma
ha, Denver and San Fran- .
cloco 4:20 p.m.
From Ogden, Cacho Valley,
Butte. Portland and San
Franclaco 7:30 p.m.
For Ogden. Omaha, Chicago,
Denver, Kansas City and
St. Louis 7K)0 rum.
For Ocdcn, Portland, Butte,
San Francisco and Interme
diate points 10:20 a.m.
For Ogden, Omaha, Chicago,
Denver, Kansas City. St.
Louis and Snn Francisco,. 1:30 p.m.
For Ogden. Cache Valloy,
Denver, Kansas City, Oma
ha. St, LnulB and Chicago.. 5:45 p.m.
For Ogden. Cacho Valloy,
Butto. Helena, Portland,
San Francisco and Intormo-
dlatc points 11.V&5 p.m.
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Trafria Mgr.
D. E. BURLEY. G. P. & T. A.
D S SPENCER. A. G. P & T. 'A.
21ty Ticket office, 01 Main street.
j GOING ; j
j I AND l I
I Slcin coming 1 1
i frui 1 in 1 1 1 iM-i.iii'i'uiu'iB A
GOING lovit A" Bood3 TWELVE 1
j Conning Snir AU Eoad9 ESN
TIME IS MONEY.
- Save It! Sav It! j
i 4fli (Ti I rVT fT Leaves Salt Lake 7 a. m.; arrives St. f
1 OvJIllO Louis second morning.
leaves St. Louis 7:30 p. m.; arrives ?j
J WOiming Salt Lake second afternoon 4:05 p. m. j
eighteen hours saved.
THROUGH SLEEPER BOTH WAYS IN CONNECTION WITH THE
j jlini j j
j THROUGH OMAHA.
H For Rates and Sleeping Car Reservations call at
I 20! Main Strasfc, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
ipii in iii till 1 1 iym?h,wiftv.
' GOING TO THE FAiK i
j WHICH EOAD WILL YOU TAKE?
- THE I
I DENVER & m GRANDE i
Is the shortest and most popular route
t A NATURAL PICTURE GALLERY ALL THE WAY.
? DO hours going. 49 hours returning through the grandest -J
scenery on the American Continent J
The Exposition Flyer J
'i To St. Louis without change of cars
Leave Salt Lake 3:15 p. m. daily arriving at St. Louis (5:00 I
p. m. second day. 1
Compare thes?e figures before accepting the claims of our j
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND TOURISTS ANNUALLY I
Testify that the Rio Grande is the only way when you travel for
THAT'S WHY WE GET THE BUSINESS. j
Irst class dining-car service. Through Pullman and tour
ist sleepers. Free reclining chair cars. R
See air' Rio Grande Agent for further particulars.
The Lagoon Road I; !
Salt Lake & Ogden Railway. ffl!; -
Time Tnblo in Effect Sept. G, 1.904. K
LEAVE SALT LAKE, 0:30 and 9 a. m Kj-
Z'.'f) nnd 5:20 p. m. , Lkkm
5AVB FARMINGTON AND LA- HI -IH
GOON. 7:M and 10 n. m.. 4:30 and 6:30 p. m, H'l , (
Kztra trains at 11 a. m. and 1:30 p. ra. on Be! lSH
Sundays and holidays. It I
A. D. PIERSON, Gen'l Pass. Agt. I ! j ll
J. B. BHAN, Excursion Agt.
OFFICE. 161 '''tjv: px. .r
In effect June 8, 1904. I? i , j
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY. ' Hi".'1. 'H
N'o. 10-For Hebor, Provo and Ej '
Marysvalc S:W a. m, W !
No. 10-Fof Park City 8-1G a, m. M
No. 6 For Denver and East.... 8:60 a. m. H1
No. 5 For Ogden nnd VTc3t 10a0 a. m. H ' 1
No. 1 For Ogdon nnd Wert .... 1:4? p. m. I
No. 2 For Denver and E.i3t .... aria p. m. ft ' ,
No. 8 For Provo and Eureka... 5:00 p. m. Jji :
No. 11 For Ogden and local pts 0:06 p. m. 3j .
No. 4 For Denver and East.... 8:05 p. m, y i jH
No. 3 For Ogden and West ....11 :M p. m. ,
No 112-For Bingham 8:10 a. m. '!
No. 114 For Bingham 3:0J p. nu '
ARRIVE AT SALT LvVKE CITY. Sj : ( , IH
No. C From Ogden and the Eaat 8'.40 a, m. W . ' ' IH
No. 12 From Ogdon and local pts 10:23 a. m, 71 1 1 IH
No, 7 Fron Eureka ami Provo, 10:CO a. m. , , j IH
No. 5 From Denver nnd East.. 10:40 a, m. bjl ' ,
No, 1 From Denver and East.. p, m. gjj ' ;
No. 3 From Ogden and West.. 3:W p. m. ii' 1 , '
No. 101-From Park Clt- C;lt3 p. m. 3j ' ! ,
No. & From Heber, Pra'o and 51 I I
Marysvalo 0:t0 p. m, l! .
No. 4 From Ogden and the West 7:55 p. m. ?j.
No. S From Denver and East .11:45 p. m. m, , I
No. Ill From Bingham llrno. m. I- IH
No. 113 From Bingham 5ib. m, i,
All train except Nos. 1 to 6 stop qt ln- ; B
ter-mediato points. jd ' t
Ticket office. Dooly Block. 3"' .
'Phone 205. 3' '
time " "''xfi I: m
TASLE. t M
Ban Pedro. Los An- V7 ' '1
gcles & Salt Lako U 2S il i '
11. R. Co. t 1
DEPART. i ' '
From Oregon Short Line depot, Salt Lake fj7i ll
City: !:' ;,
For. Provo. Lehi, FalrfloUl and ij'1
NcphI, Mantl and points on C ' yfl
Sanpete Valley Ry 7:30 a.m; j," 'H
For Garfield Beach, Tooele, j
Stockton, Mammoth, Eu- jj IH
rcka, and Silver City "8:00 a.m. h , tjH
For Provo. American Fork, ' 'll
Lehl. Juab. Mllford, Frisco. I
Callentos and intermediate hj i ,
points 6:05 p.m. , . i' hH
ARRIVE. ) i
From Provo. American Fork, i'
Lehl, Juab. Mllford, Frisco, K j
Callentes and Intermediate j ' IH
points 9:35 a. in.' Sj; ,
From Provo, Lehl, Falrilcld, jj, j
Mcrcur and Sanpeto Valley 1 ,
Ry. points 5:35 p.m.' ijj "j, ,
From Silver City, Mammoth, (h
Eureka, Stockton. Tooele ., ,
and Garfield Beach ........ 5:35 p.m.' i
Dally. j ,
Dally Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Ser- K, 1 '
vice between Salt Lake, Mllford, Modena- i
and Callentes. $ j
Direct stage connections for all mining r. I
districts ln southern Utah and Nevada. . . KH
. i'1 iH
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Street K IH
Telephone 250. !'
E. W. GILLETT, J. L, MOORE, j! :' ,
Qea'l Pam. Agt. Dlst. Pass. AgU ( IjH
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT Li N d il
TO ST. LOUIS. ?! . H
Through car, Salt Lako City to St. iji ' 1
Louis and Kansas City. Only one changa J!;
to New York, Buffalo and principal points
Eaat low rates for summer travel. '. iH
Especial attention to ladles and chiN k 'IH
dren. il tH
Tourist sleepers through to Chicago, J)j iHH
Boston and other points without change. if H
Two trains dally. h 'kM
Inqulro at delect office. 103 Dooly block,' V,
Gait Lnko City. Any Information oheor-
fully given H C. TOWNSEND. fl,
G. P. & T A. Missouri Pacific Ry.. SU ')
Louis. Mo, j, H
1 1 rrrrH
S A Delightful Place to Visit. I I: .H
j A Profitable Place to Live.
Greatest Pluy Ground on Earth. jj ' ' -
Fsmous Places Which Evcryono i
Wants to Sec.
Invest in a Ticket to CALIFOR- f IH
' NIA and Secure Rich Dividends In I i
i HEALTH", PLEASURE AND il
wealth. ( ;: IH
Iri Mountains. Valleys. Rivers, Lakes f I . H
and Ocean Reached by tho il
Southern Pacific I
Company's Lines j iH
For descriptive tnd lllustrativo I il
3 literature cali at No. 201 Main I iy HH
1 Street Salt Lako City. R ' .JitH
g D. R. GRAY. Genoral Agent. t hi , iliH
mmtrtvxpnww-!f m Vt , ' iH
Cheap Kates to I ;
St. Louis ; H
AND OTHER EASTERN POINTB VIA'
AVo can sava you money. Wrlto ihw. l :H
C. F. WARREN, General Agent lil
Ul Dooly Block, Salt Luke City, irtlr'llMiiB