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H-g" SM'EMm , 100.1. THS gAiT r, , PAGE HINB I ,f
i nCT AFTER
Irity Common Stock
las Been Sold,
Has Purchased II and
Vhat Purpose Is Move
ment Made ?
j 73G,100 Shares Out of Total
1,080,000 Have Been Sold
Since September 10.
to The Tribune
TOflK. Sept. 27. Union Pacific
15 to be the active stock on
id and rumors are rife In Wall
iat Rockefeller and allied in
tavo bten the purchasers.
Jler and Gould have each a
oldln? In Union Pacific, and
rill la used to 'force Union
to once more adopt the "open
f pcllcy" spem to be the gen
i&et opinions go so far as to say
LI control of the Union Pacific has
and that a complete change in
rtra railroad development and op
bbs Is to at once take place.
V- Tribune lias kept a record of
iVef Union Pacific common stock,
l Bi;h shares sold yesterday,
LMJttUrom the morning- of Septem
cUfofts up to 7SG.100 shares. These
t told from $95 to ?102, so in round
Cts3 It means something like
"s hi; teen slalod repeatedly that
cti'eller has been the purchaser of
fit-ires, and If so. the latest news
U borne out. Gould has always
) large amount of the stock and
?.frtnled on the board by several
iSlsri, Including himself. The corn
ID itocfc Is represented by l.OSO.000
it-s, end more than half have
ifsi hands since September 10. As
ki slated, it is impossible at this
tpc; from headquarters to give
rfactj, but the mere fact that out
'1JKMS0 shares of common stock,
ti'hrje total of 7SG.100 shares have
midi since September 10, will bear
di ctws that there is something
if In Wall street.
tol) It be Rockefeller, added tp
i Gould already owns, would give
n absolute control of the common
lifci cptlmlsts say that it Is Just as
is'r itat Horriman Is working the
Lurf elf and the big sales do not
K?ff?sver, as per the notice in today's
wfcti, not one share of stock sold
it August 31 can be transferred and
fdcre If voted they will nil be by
pits. The situation is interesting.
Fjlt fact Is significant, but not con
IpTt. The stock may have been sold
ptbesover, and it might be merely
can block that Is being used for
iUve purposes However, the
Pa tre Riven and the public can
P Its own conclusions. The annual
WrS wll no doubt tell the tale.
I 111 PERPETUAL SNOW. ' '
l&t Eoad on Highest Point Yet
cbed by Regular Broad Gauge.
Szh up among the peaks of snow, at
Jfcp of the continental divide, the
troad runs on its way to Sa)t
Rollins pass Is the name given
j'-ton of the mighty watershed of
diluent where the road makes Its.
MJl TeJcm the highest point on
. Here the clevutlon Is ll.CfJO
&tS?T e hlShest Point reached by
?rSlsalfBe ra',roal n the world,
sitcJFroa,L 11 ,s ,n tlle reon of
l snow, a place where the
eirj5 raay gaze 011 obiter scenes
?iMiB Denyer. with Us flowers,
W of Wavl,nR &reen lrees- Te
fe( h .i comlnc"lal divide at this
!? .fnlii anfl rBBed and holds a
hu 'Ivl any other section of
Wtii i fh - road reac,ieo Mara
Print f-0t of the tM(i by a
i hi? r 10 ,the to" oC ie range.
4 Sis M.v 8'lieerinP required to
&HTin - a ,on ls lhe n'ost re
ft; ifoiat 1e kfetory o railroading.
J To tv,. rad w,n hesln running
g gls elevated point by the
fVrcft 6 ? ? ttrB have over to
"eth. 8r0lie,,rftnse Th railroad
mS ,,n; uft'ords scenic at-
dZial an s Us ncar
to ihe Vc,rVu? tl"ie required to
jAhoS?;.81 e,evnt,0B beI
fteS't lA11 stnUo -lust be
51 ds tHf. L .rnnec' ,B tnc- place
t,lc3 S ift pnssenccrs. Hero
wi to hanfli- Ahe cornp&y Will bo
ft and it (f lhc caUle of Middle
tlocl' Jiii 0Xi;,eclGd that 20,000
?"fd"hv1UlcrtQ thla stc): has
Pac flc JVa of Walcolt, on the
7.B OinMiV1?. uu0nt n'' t0 Kansas
L uc-er markets. Denver
If RI OaAypE CHANGES.
fhds Giardon qs superin-
Jo 6nt TeleaPh' '
Wtolt C0l0-'wt- 27.John M.
itheS?y Ch,r traln dlspatch-
Wvitwl "uneffin .By!len hns beon
BL;,Cs-Prw c.dnt q telegraph
Somtt S-hlocks, the ap
R13' QlaSlnrhertectlvc October 1.
gt, j, the present superln-
R(J'Mcm probftljb' the Pere Mai-
Bf.'SS.?ni ha rcturne3 to the
Kt return nnl otl,or old em-
a made ?,y.a8 Ue oppolnt-
i , c c A- Parker, once
superintendent of telegraph, will not
CHANGE AT OG-DEN.
Rumor That Southern Pacific "Will
Again Operate Division.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Sept: 27. It Is reported here
that another shake-up Is Imminent in
local railroad circles. It Is now said
that the Southern Pacific will again
assume charge of the road from Ogden
to Pfcno. New, and In addition will
operate under the same dlvson .the
Union Pacifip from Ogden to Green
It is said that the work ls too volum
inous for qne intin j0 handle, lence
the change. There is a story behind
It. however, thai may thrpw some light
oil the situation. It Is sajd that Mr.
Harrlman, desirous of breaking the
coal rate agreement with the Gould
roads, adopted the present plan as the
on)y way out of the difficulty, but now
that It Is al off, things will go back to
th,e!r former status. '
Vice-President Bancrqft was In New
If Union Pacific was bought for a
speculation the purchasers can make a
fortune by selling out at' once.' '
"Vprk between" frynn Junction and
Uvnda will now be rushed. The steel
is here with which to relay the lino
below Lynn Junction. Here the rail is
only fifty-two pounds find must be re
laid with the hcayy steel at once. The
Leamington cut-off was' laid with
sixty-pound rails, and so It Is not ab
solutely necessary to put In heavier
stpcl right away.
H. Westgard of the International
Navigation company at New York was
in the city yesterday on business.
Thp Wabash Is the pioneer road to
put in service a daylight train with
equipment equal to a Pullman. Parlor
cars with buffet and diner are features
It Is the Banner Blue Limited between
St. Louis and Chicago. The train is
painted bjue oft the outside and tho
cars are magnificent, making It the fin
est daylight train In the world.
Western Navada presents a great fu
ture with railroads, mines and general
The Western Pacific s to begin work
at once near Or'ovilie, Cal. '
W. S- Anderson has returned from
San Francisco, where he left his
brother Henry in a satisfactory condi
tion after his Illness resulting from
amputation of the right leg. In the
same hospital Mr. Anderson found W.
E. Bennett, who has been operated
upon for appendicitis, and ls also recovering.
HfrHHff-H-l Ml H .H H-H- i
j On the Pacific Slope,
SAfcs' FRANCISCO. Sept, 27.-The Paci
fic Shooting Bund was organized here to
night by representatives of a number of
shooting clubs. The bund is to include
all shooting societies on the Pacific coast
and as far east as Denver.
BELLI NGH AM. Wash.. Sept. 27 A car
rier pigeon service will be established be
tween Bolllngham apd the Mount Baker
mining district tb carry messages, espe
cially in the wintci), when It is difficult
to travel through the district on account
of the deep snow.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 20. Ida AJIsop,
the 35-ycar-Old girl who was? Injured whllo
looping the loop Inst month in Tacoma,
died at her homo today. ,
PORTLAND. Or.. Sept. 27 Thp work of
building- "Tho Trnll." as the amusement
featuro of the Lewis and Clark exposition
ls to be known, hrts been commenced.
"The Tqifi" is to be seventy foot wide and
several nunircd. yards long.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 27. Tho Chil
enn training amp General Baquedano hna
arrived In port, forty-five days from Yo
kohama. The vessels carries forty-three
officers and a crew of 'w7, mostly cadets
of thp Chilean navy.
TACOMA. Wash., Sept. 27. Over one
hundred tons of lead in bars" has arrived
here for shipment tq Japan.' The Norwe
gian steamer Hero Is loading steel rails
for tho Orient
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 27. Three ves
sels of tho Alaska salmon fleet have ar
rived here with a. total of 1W.000 cases of
fish for the Alaska Packers' association.
SAN DIEGO, Cal., Sept. 27 Commodore
Grlswold, custodian of tho Upton chal
lenge cup, has authorized Secretary How
ard of tho San Diego Yacht club to receive
the cup and and turn It over to the win
ner, the Detroit.
SACRAMENTO. Cal.. Sept. 27.-Gov
Pardee today honored the requisition pa
pers, from the Governor of Ohlp for
Charles W. Sender, now in custoday In
San Francisco. Scmler ls wanted In
Akron. O . on a chargo of obtaining money
under false pretenses.
PORTLAND, Or.. Sept. 27. Proceedings
leading up to the trial of Horace G. Mc
Klnley. S. A. D. Putcr. Emma L. Watson,
Marie Ware and others, on charges of de
frauding tho United States Government of
public lands, commenced today In the
United States District cqurt.
Your grocer and you have
commpn j merest. Tea is
good for you both.
Your Rrtxec return. your money if you dou't like
irm'J.j m y i n V 1 1 i II m-um-t'J.iJ
Is a prpparation of infinite
sweetness which softens the j
water of tho bath and imparts ,
to the skin a delightful fresh- f
ness and perfume. This fra-
giant power sells for 25 cents
tho packogc. People who bathe
without the help of this now g
! toilet requisite are truly the uu-
j initiated, who know not the
I true luxury of bathing.
Have been suffering from Impure Blood
for many years, Jboving Boils and other
Eruptions. Having heard of S. S. S. I de
cided to try it, and am glad to say that it
ha9 done me a great deal of good. Iiutend
to continue to use it, as I believe it to be
the best Biood Mcdiciue on the market
Cleveland, Tcnn. V. K. Deters.
For over fifteen years I-havp suffered
more or less from Impure Blood. About a
year ago I had a boil appear on my leg
below the knee, which was followed by
three more cm my nctik. I saw S. S. S.
advertised and decided to try it. After
taking three bottles all Boils disappeared
and I have -jot been troubled any since.
Geo. G. Pertig.
114 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky.
Newark, Ohio, May 23, 1903.
From childhood I .had been bothered
wth bad blood, shin eruptions and boils.
I had boils ranging from five to twenty in
number each season. The burning ac
companying the eruption was terrible.
S. S. S. seemed to be just the medicine
needed in my pase. It drove out all impu
rities and bad blood, giving me perma
nent relief from the skin eruption and
bojls. This has been ten years ago, and I
have never had a return of the disease.
2IRS. J. D. Atherton.
Ss3& 2) w"ie fr our
ltaFl Kny book on blood and
fe s:m diseases.
$jgv Medical advice
a a. or any special in-
Yr p33 forniat'on about
IkicS yur case will cost
Hy S you nothing.
Tho Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga.
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( Lit us tell you how to make tho i
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I for you that you'll be glad to accord H
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j FCn HlHETECfl YWRG
M Primary, Sacondary or TorJIar Blcad PoIjsd ra
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ff cured tlio worst cases In 15 to 35 days. If yon 3
j6 nnvo taken mercury, ioilidv tintash nnd ctll 1 1
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jFEEE UNTIL (BORED
1 f To mcO vbo suffer
' ' t$ from nervous debility.
n losses, impotency. va-
I 'cZs''-v. rlcocelp, rheumatism.
s-A lame back, kidney or
Ylv Lv) stomach troubles I
ci'i. wl11 G,vc t,ie uso of
i)my world-famed Dr.
5f Sandpn Electric Belt
absolutely free until
Ai cured and not one
I, ' penny In advance or
lw V 0,1 deposit. Price
WK W when cured an low as
)i ! V W in most cases. If It
1 j fail's to cure you don't
y ' pay me anything
I whatever. Beware of
fi Imitations. The cen
A,u,no Dr.'Sandcn Bflt
f"i3lcan only be had at my
establishment as below. Standard for 50
years. Call today and take a belt along
or write for one and my two books sealed
DR. T. N. SANDEKT,
987 Market Street, San Francisco, Cal.
i Scoffs Santal-PepsiR fiagsntes
A POSITIVE CURE
kt&C PorlnflDmraatlon orCatarThaf
Jfitf . - V tho lJladderand Dleaiod Kid
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&2sH Tip ilqulckly and rx'rmanentlr tho
a Hvrorot cnca of Gonorrhoea
xa VK'-'V 7 and Glcot, no ruattor of bow
112- r Ions stondlnc. Aboolutely
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smTHE SAKTAL-PEPSIN GO.
" Bcllcfoatalco. Ohio
F. J. HILL DRUG CO Salt Lake City.
CEREAL FOOD COFFEE
1 READ TH3S BEFORE
I For your trip, no mailer where your deslina- fj
I tion m;,y be in the East, you will fincLthe Bur-
I lington the most satisfactory route, because it
V offers its own thro' service to St. Louis and Chi-
cago. You have choice of going via St. Louis,
I and returning via Chicago, or otherwise vary- j
I ing your trip and remaining always tie guest
1 of the Burlington. 2sTo other road offers such
I a .choice of routes.
Before you definitely plan a trip, let me knqy
g your prospective destination and see if I have j
j nol S0" vauaLe suggestions, - . K
1 SSSl R. F. NESLEN General Agent, 8
I lj EST SECND S0IJTH ST"'
i.uliMiuir"-'"-' i-'" rT rmgaeTc3BCSTTg
flaTAPRTT No mi nd ibroat tron- -r-"tT;?v
-iZ&ieBXsZZK Uft.XXln., bloi, Norronj Dliotveo, JttV&ttfc.
jf&f&P&S&l Kldnur and Uter Dluino, BU(Jdr Tron- &3?fiC'?S B
' &i&?aZ?atl&, blo.Heart Client. Dleeae of ihoflwmach ,f- fin!wSS?iV 13
1 &tl&Yim' I Jtfb' and UoirclD. PUci, KljtvJ and ItociAl Dt- vyiliH
fVE&'&& teasel, FbmUt ComplalnlB, Cbrotilo W- ft& 'vSStrSSS
" l&f&m&f'' C?i3l ioaitu ot Women and Gbildron. KlcioU, r sSfflfiU t
!lwZfiW . Wnlnal Tronbloi. Skin PlLiaocn, Djafnoifl, Ff' iiJftSiiW
V$iei Vt4'i.s ABlbma. Droriohlal and I.udc Tronbloi, L,j$ r tfyMff
raavi. . "sSkP Jlboumailspi.xrttj Fcrer. Keurnlelo. Hj- ""ty ' hf sy
N3S-.-a ) . 1,3 tnrla. Kyo and'far nioaws. Goltro (or blfl yJVi- j
T j Jfe? ntfl!:). Vorlcocelo, m Muubood, olo., ifjSw? 127K
' Jx&Ay lllood Dlebuocs, i'rlTatu I)oaie. Sorofnla. , .SZf?$h&. I
vJjK-52; and all rorrai of NorroUi and Chroulo Dl- Pfl'fi&ffiV
St---Lr73S?:l OUlt MOTTO! A low foo. qulor: I
iBffletDi5l "Ksj oure.talld and paluJen treatment I fSjTT 1
SwA'TTtS ' . ' &3j!c'Sy 1
SSHak " Consnltntlon In pernon or by letter ,. j
.-.t-, nrr-D-CO 'rjTT AT ATT Io nol dospalr t.cauo pi Uv At a ilUlanoo frota Ibe g
I HOME CURES liX I-til- t-, or. Khorog nc- iytom of DOMIC T1U:A'1KNT V
v.. It o.nr to pot oiporl dvlco olid troatuiMij nl lionie. .Tt-a notf ywfitoni olnnh coer p
m .tVmnfrM nrltCo wblotj enable, 'tb.ni to dlajrooio 70 -r oao nnd loll 7011 wliat your
rftii JK Piit c.n bVdonTfgr yon. nd wbt tho cost of n are will bo. WltlTV? If you cannot
Sl for ''fcjh? no" .ymptom TO P nlnifo of tUo FUBB EA(lNATIO.N. Wbotbor j
jov 'uSi S.atmout it not. tho ndvlco oil you not bine
Weak Men Pay When Oured
l' "e .SS IiixtiIB ? viltY MIISON Wn pond upon oar word, tho.usnds of patlpnls
TAM .rf Uto li.Jorstd n. WU WA-,'T TO UUUK !
'Lt oroTen OliriklU In onrlns OnnONIC YOU with tho dlttlnci .indortiniidlnt tbnt wo fc
-.". S,P ..iibll.hlnir tho many voluntary w l not demand a H K until wo euro you. f
CiSumod-f. From hon.o Mple, Bl'luif name, ThJ Ppfl to Lotl Slanhood. a0.elnal Weak-
ISSturei an- nddteitb.. -. -,-,,- now. Bpormalorrboo-, Vurlcocolo. Ul.cato. of
y W5 OAN'T vyitLXSK OITB CCHEB lno rroiuio Qland. UnDajural Ixos. Gon- !
S IN PKXVATK P1SKASK8 orrlio..aicot, atrlotnro.otc, CouUflout Dlood I
i necauto It would toirar de"I offS,?: l'Qi.on, and all WUAK.IKSSKS of men. Con-
DRS. SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, 249 .usK
It's as important to have a well
fitting frarao as p. correct lens. Wo
I carry the right sort and know how
to fit them.
'Phone 65 for the correct time.
14?v LAME. J&fd I
ON ALL CAR LINEa.
Try it tha Next Time You
S. C. EWING, Proprietor.
Hendqi; .rtcrs for raining men and stoefc
men. R!7ES SO A DAY AND UP.
ImjgM TIME TABI.E
Rrfffljl In Effect
jgKSj June 19, 1904.
From ORdon, Pdrtland,
Butte, San Franosco, Chi
cago. St. Louis, Omaha,
and Denver 8:25 a.m.
From Ogden nnd lnttrmcdl-
nto polnta 9:10 a.m.
i From Ogden, Cache Valisy,
and Intermedlato" points.... 11:05 a.m.
From Ogden. Chicago, St.
Louis. Kansas CIty.'Oma?
ho, Denver and San Fran?
cisco ,..t t:20 p.m.
From Ogden, Cacho Valley.
Butto. Portland and Eon
Franclaco .... 7:30 p.m.
For Ogden, Omaha, Chicago.
Denver, Kansas City and
Su Louis 7:00 a-m.
For Osden. Pcrtlnnd. Butte.
San Francisco and lntermer
dlate points 10:20 a.m.
For Ogden, Omaha, Chlcnpo,
Denver, Kansas City, St.
Loul. and San Franclsqo.. 1:30 p.m.
For Ogden. Cache Valley,
Dcnvtfr. Kansas City. Om
ha, St. Louis and Chicago.. 5:&o p.m.
For Ogden, Cacho Vall&y.
Butte. Helenn, Portland,
San Francisco and intorme- .
dlato polnta llVlo p.m.
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Traiflo Mgr.
D. E. BURLET. G. P. & T. A. .
D. S. SPENCER. A. G- P. & T.'A.
City Tlcltqt pfflcc, Z01 Main ntrcet.
j i AND !
I Jp&&BB m ....TO THE.... i j
j ff ff WORLD'S !
j jtiIBl, ; FAIR 1 1
I GOIJNO uojjSt AU Koads TWELVE I
1 . TIME IS M0NEY. f
j Save It! Save it! J
3 (fit (Ty ff rJ (Tv Leaves Salt Lake 7 a. m.; arrives St.
? v-fl 1 QJ Louis second morning. ?
HT r-x -- 5 u- r Leaves St. Louis 7:30 p. m.; arrives 4
I ssJ OB lilg Salt Lake second afternoon 4:05 p. m.
I eighteen hours saved.
THROUGH SLEEPER BOTH WAYS IN CONNECTION WITH THE jj
l THROUGH OMAHA. I
I For Rates and Sleeping Car Reservations call at 3
'20! Main Street,, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, j
! 1 ' ' '
i , WHICH ROAD WILL YOU TAKE?
i DENVER & RIO GRANDE
la the shortest and most Dopular route b
'ii ' 'r
P . I
I A NATURAL PICTURE GALLERY ALL THE WAY.
ft SO hours goinjj;. 49 hours returning through the grapdest j
scenery on the American Continent ,
1 Tfee Exposition Flyer j
To St. Louis withoul change of cars
Leave Salt Lake S:15 p. in. daily arriving at St. Louis 6:00 j
p. m. second day. I
Compare these figures before accepting the claims of our i
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND TOURISTS ANNUALLY
I -" ' ' I
5 Testify that the Kio Grande is the only way when you travel for
THAT'S WHY WE GET THE BUSINESS. i
' ' ' ' ' I
i First class dining-car service. Through Pullman and tour- i
t ist sleepers. Free reclining chair cars. ?
j See any Rio Grande Agent for further particulars. i
The LagooE Road ! I
Salt Lako & Ogden Railway, :f. ,
Time Tablo in Effect Sept. G, 1804. H .j;
LEAVE SALT LAKE, 6:30 and 8 a, m.. :
2:Vf MnU'6:20 p. m. ' ' t, tH
LEAVE FABMINGTON AND "LfisO MH
POON,'7:30 and 10 a. m 1:20 and G:S0 p. m." I. J-.H
Extra trains at 11 n. m. and 1:30 ti.'m. on I J : ' '
Sundays and holidays. 1 1; I JH
A. D. PIERSON, Gcn'l Pass. Agt. ' j I Ffl
J. B. BEAN, Excursion Agt. g ' 1 ' I
" OFFICE. 151 ili-X ST. I
In effect June 8, 1904. ; H
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITT. j 'H
Mo. 10 For Hcber, Provo and ' ! !
farj-syalo .. S:00 a, m. , . iH
No. 102-Fpr Park City , S:15 a. rh: - tM
No. 6 For Disnver and Eaat.i,. 8:50 nl m'. ' !!
No. 6 For Ogden and West 10rf r. m.
No. 1 For Odcn and West .... 1:)5 b. rri. ; ,
No. 2 For Denver and Eaat .... inn p. rn. , , .
No. 8 For Provo aid Eureka... C100 p. m. '
ro. 11 For Ogden and local pt3 C.C6 p. m. ;,
No. -l For Denver and East 8:03 p m. h M
No. 3 For Ocden and Weat ....11-K p. m. ' . -
Ko. U For Bingham 8:10 a. to.
No. 114 For Bingham 2:0. p. m. ' i
ARRIVE AT SALT IiAKE CITT. IH
r7o. 6 From Ogden and tho Eaqt 8:40 a. m, I
Ko.13 From Ogden and local ptn 10:25 a. m. 1 1
o 7 From Eureka and Provo.lO:00 a. m. ,
o. C From Denver and Eo.it., 10:40 a. m. i
o. 1 From Denver and East.. :35 p, m. , '
Jo. 3 From Ogden aild West.. 3:05 p. m. J IH
o. 101 From Park City..: G;1G p. m. i fl
No. & Ftom Hebcr, Provo and t ' '
Mar.'svalo 6:0 p. m. I '
7o. 4 From, Ogden and thaWcst 7:65 p. m, i
Jo. 3 From Denver and East. .11: 45 p.'m, !' i H
sTo. Ill From Blncham 11 15- to. ' , jH
Kp. 113 From Bingham B:b. td,
All train except Nos. 1 to 0 atop it
termedlate points. H
Ticket office, Dooly Block. I ( !
I. A.. BENTON. G. A.JP..SI ,
TIME xT?t M
$an Pedro, Los An- Vrrry H
gclcs & Salt Lako sl?UV,r
R. R. Co. I
DEPAB.T. yh j
ti'rom Oregon Short Line depot, Salt Laka "l,' ,
City: h) ' ,H
For Provo. Lehl, Fairfield and ijj , l lH
NephI, Mantl and points on j, .
Sappcto Valley Ry '7:30a.rui fij, i H
For Garfield Beach, Tooclo, :H
Stockton, M-tmmoth, Eu- 1 (1
reka, and Silver City 8:0O a.m. j!) ')----l
For Provo. American Fork, ;A,
Lehl, Juab, Mllford, Frisco, k ,
Calicntos and intermediate ' , i
points 6:05 p.m.' i . ' IH
ARRIVE. j;;! !
From Provo, American Fork,
Lehl, Juab, Mllford, Frisco, j;,' 1
Callcntes and Intermedlato K . , IH
points 9:35 a.m.1 (
From Provo. Lehl. Falrncld, fj
Mercur and Sanpeto Valley i
Ry. points 5:35 p.m.' ,! j
From Sliver City. Mammoth, ,i , BH
Eureka, Stockton. Tooele ''
and Garfield Beach 5:35 p.m,'
Dally Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Ser- ,
vice betweoji Salt Lake. Mllford, Modcna. , j VM
and Callcntes. 4,iH
Direct stage connections for all mining
districts In southern Utah and Nevada. '
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Street;
Telephone 250. jH
E, W. GILLETT. J. L MOORB, M ,
Gca'l Pa-n. .VgL DIst. Pasj. Act. j J
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LINE ii
TO ST. LOUIS. : j
Through car, Salt Lako City to Stl 'l, !!
Louis and Kansas 'City. Only one changd
to New York, Buffalo and principal pointy
East low rates for summer travel.
Especial attenilon to ladlea and chlN 1"
Tourist sleepers through to Chicago, tt
Boston and other points without cliango. ifl
Two trains daily. , I' jH
Inquire at Ticket office, 103 Dooly block.' IH
Salt Lako City. Any information cheer
fully given. H. C. TOWXSEND.
G P & T. A. Missouri Pacific Ry., St;
1 A Delightful Plnco to Visit. 1
A Profitable Place to Live. E
I Greatest Pluy Ground on Earth. H
Famous Places Which IL'veryona I
Want- to Sec. ffl
Invest in a Ticket to CALIFOR- g
NIA and Sccuro Rich Dividends in H
HEALTH. PLEASURE AND I
Mountains. Valleys. Rivera, Lakes n iH
nnd Ocean Reached uy tho IH
Southern PaciHc ( '
Company's Lines J . iH
For dcst-riptlvo And lllustrotivo iH
literature call nt No. 201 Mala
Street, Bait Lako City. B IB
M 13. R. GRAY, Gonoral Agent. g lH
Cheap Rates to j;
St. Louis H
AND OTHER EAlRN POINTS VIA! ,
3T8AINS DAILY3 fe H
Wo can save you money. Wrlto rN ; , H
C. F WARREN, General Agent "jH
(11 Dooly Block, Salt Lako City,