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MtCESDAY MOBMKQ, October a, loo-t. ' THE SALT LAKE TRIBUTE. page mm ( V
ff Bel M to
3 sk at the Wilson Is a
fca Very Hard Man to
OteiJ j(tl(lie English Government Is
fit' jg, to Study Tobacco Oul
Wf (me trad Irrigation.
i' to M D.'Dunn of Glcnwood
Z Ttte guest in a hotel who can
VI ft dWriBhU oldk .it tho Wilson.
W 1 13 entitled to all he sols.
Jl vrin-ht when he was a clerk
I ttU the money. But that
.1 ySwrfsht never let a guest get
ll",hirraono particular case that
f ffihl eWs staying there. A
UE 'ed man registered at tho An-
v ..-i iaked for a room on tho parlor
i' L'n.ttme without baggage, but as
.' 'A a dlFtinpulBhed appearance.
Pill X and looked prosperous.
. Kmc a chance and gave him tho
V1 2?ftf fellow was there threo or
J fJ when ho began running up a
W ; Ml and Wright got scared.
-As he heard that tho fc low
it money, as tho man owed n. bill
S'S altogether. Ho called the
roiM who had charge of that par
MtiOD of tho hotel and instructed
$ possession of anything oX valuo
wit to the office.
rirl went to the room, but tho
c ano could find was an upper
Kmely finished artificial teeth,
rfen a cold plate. She took thcao
irrlcd them to the office and gavo
l i Wright. Ho hadn't had them
ha five minutes when down rushed
in a great temper, and he was
1 without those molars. .
sphomebody'th got my faltlio
h sputtered at Wright, 'and if
Sfcou people tlon,t 60t 'cm ln a
ttae'll be trouble.'
t looked at him a moment and
Afcs induced the teeth, and told him . ho
. f rH tiTC them when he paid his bill.
' fcMJo Eputtcred around that office
v -t.ta minutes, but he Anally paid up
' ti r: his tKtlv. Ho had to havo them,
SB) en found out afterward that he was
plttr who depended on his appoar
ia lo til nickcre."
. IS STUDYING TOBACCO.
A ajM Government Slay Introduce
JF ' Weed in Soutl1 Africa.
" W i. S. AUcnroxel. who registers from
: tslnnsvaal, South Africa, is at tho
fcjea. Mr. Allenroxcl Is an agent of
tefcjilih Government and lg hero on
1 1m sent to the United States by tho
i csi Government to study tobacco cul
f, is." uU Mr. Altcnroxel yesterday. "We
i- &re that tobacco can bo successfully
J,' fcJ la South Africa, and I havo been
a study of the methods used hero
J report to tho authorities. I havo
T Man studying irrigation, and bcllovo
;il iCcich of tho South African land that
'J iKrsothing but grazing land can bo
ft productive by intelligent Irrigation.
Itli Ij done It will draw many thou
mmX ! ol Immigrants from the United
lo that country, for we can afford
Plu1 'kSuuid much cheaper than hero."
"" Sew Englanders Stop Over.
ii i5' Part' of tourists under the dl
iPX fr5 of the Simmons & Marsters
SWVii of Boston registered at tho Knuts--i
"Tattrday and stayed here through
wtiiT. on their way "East. Tho party
f o tho coast, and Is now en routo
the party were Frank Snow,
; Me., H. R. Perkins and S.
(, Providence, R. I., J. C. Craig,
. N. S.. Theo H. Day, F. A.
n and wife. Roy Loighton, Mrs.
'orccster, Mass.; M. Richards
Irs. S. P. Stamback, Miss Carol
. Philadelphia; Mark Reynolds
. Mrs, Carpenter. Bridgeport,
'muel Reed and wife. Windsor;
fkfelU New Bedford; Edwin Plls
1 wife. Miss Mabel Pllsbury,
nw t i V,ri" of lhe Wilson returned I '
, T?,.tJlfrday from Denver, where ho
MrtrtEi,r the convention of tho Rocky
UlllMSfn Hotel Men's association. The
"HtH , ,.wcr held at the Brown Palace
ifct.77ia,fl:r th,i huslncnH meeting Frl
tDHf m i or8 "wcro Blven a banquet by
'il management. Mr. Wcy was
Ml ot tlle trustees of tho nssocla-
iS-'loIm. proprietor of tho Knuts
m TV?.tm;a iTOm a Hvo wcelts' trip
jj'fe hrcEay n Wfla accompanied
!CUUif (L iHlk Kuox. who made tho trip
sls-i1?, 'Wo had a fine time, visiting
jBte!,. Principal cities and reuorts and
. lJTtfiSij tno fair on our way back."
rK- tv,. 'P10- "But let mc tell you ono
,, ltieres ho placo ilkc Salt Lake."
ifctt?iFl8, 0ct 3--Tho International
Am?J:onBre8K' 'under the auspices
T 'Uwner1C4,n Society o Civil Engln-
touaydayS' convenlIn at tho
tL Qcb 2-A broken nxlo today
i2Rrt WmU0 l,h,rtl attempt on tho part
(1 to lower tho automobile
tdFl-tan n ChlcaK0 and Now York.
I'fP'W In two08 Ul o Cn,caS an ax,
TIiWSto,1aJ,' ,Oot. 3.-The damages
piitthe bantaFc railroad from tho
l8du&diliaw,0Unt t0 UPWard
WJfraphnJ1 3TTh0 Western Union
S fet. toT??"iany 1,08 established a new
.riF. W.u? k.nwi as the Fourth dls
JWLHl j od,i',al0"- The BUpcrintcnd
uTex. ' rn't' T,,,th headriuaa'tero
SfcteTON. oct. s.-Tho monthly
ML1 tho rwhlc.f of 0 bureau of statls
4 W tbe a,nrlment of Agriculture will
ft 'JwptmW 5, eondlUon of cotton on
p4iflthftii i havo boc'i 76.6. n com
i "Kui month.
'Vpf'Oct 3 Gcn. h. C. Corbln, on
. . rfWb' in corrL, 1 1 'PP'ues to succeed Gen.
tht, JlSnd or tho Philippine divl
Jod p th.n iB2fnii Jeled today having
rif'Bthey vV,H0tnc;rs should not marry
'wfirV11, M3.-Th0 Woman's Home
tjjjjm wclcty of tho Methodist
THE STORY OF V1M0L
By Iruehl & Franken.
Our exporienco with Incdlclnes extends
over many years. We'vo had amplo op
portunity to watch thousandH ot them and
their results. We've never seen any medi
cino sell Itself as does Vlnol. CuBtomer
after customer comes for "Vlnol again and
again That's tho beat kind of a testi
monial They wouldn't want a Bccond
bottle if the first gave no help or relief.
Wo want everybody in Salt Lake City to
know the value of Vlnol and how wo
stand behind It,
Vlnol is popular and it takes becauso it
possesses merit, Vinol contains nil the
curative, strength-creating elements of
cod liver oil, without the nauseating, dls
agreoablo taste and smell of the oil. Any
ono can tako it without making a face.
Old and young can digest It. There aro
many imitations . of Vlnol made from
drugs and chemicals which aro said to
nnvo tho same effect as Vlnol, but plcaso
remember tho makers of Vlnol aro tho
only ones ln tho world who know the se
cret of separating tho curative olemcnto
of the cods' livers from tho oil and grease,
and who can make for you a preparation
containing all of the real nlkaloids or
medicinal principles of cod liver oil and
not fool you with chemicals said to re
semble tho cod liver oil alkaloids. There
fore, thcro can bo nothing juot ns "good."
Vlnol gives you a hearty appotito It
does more. It tones up tho stomach. It
builds up the system in many ways It's !
a tonic a blood maker, a lleflh creator
and tissuo builder, lfg one of the best
things known to medlcino for weak lungs,
wasting diseases or general debility.
Wo'vc sold hundreds of bottles of Vinol
and guaranteed them. Hardly ono ln a
hundred comes back to ub If you havo
not yet used Vinol wo strongly commend
it to you. Your money refunded If It doe3
not benefit. Druehl & Franken, druggists,
also Smith Drug Co.
church today- eleoted as president Mrs.
Clinton B. Flsk of Now York; recording
secretary. Mrs. F. A. Aiken of Cincinnati.
NEW YORK. Oct. 3. With an estimated
record i of nearly fifteen thousand mar
riages, tho Jlfty-sixth anniversary of tho
Church of the Transfiguration, known far
and wldo as "Tho Llttlo Church Around
the Corner,'' has been celebrated,
NEW YORK, Oct. 3 Thcro Is llttlo
danger that any further attempt will bo
made from the ouesldo to injuro tho bat
tleship Connecticut, which has Just been
launched at the novy yard ln Brooklyn".
NEW YORK, Oct. 3. A lnrgoly-attcndcd
theatrical benefit has been given the mem
bers of tho baseball club representing this
city ln tho National league. The theater,
ono of tho largest on Broadway, was
crowded. A pennant for winning tho
championship was presented tfio Giants.
NEW YORK, Oct. 3. Tho mystery of
the threo attempts to wreck tho battle
ship Connecticut, now in process of com
pletion at the, New York navy yard, re
mained unsolved todny. A rigid investi
gation has been started. .
PITTSBURG. Oct. 3. Tho body of tho
young woman found in tho Allegheny riv
er Sunday was Identified today as Emma
Freyer, a widow of Allegheny. She had
just recovered from typhoid fever and
CAMDEN, N. J.. Oct. 3. Firo today de
stroyed tho extensive rug factory of Frlcs
Breslin company, entailing a loss esti
mated at $400,000. Insurance $323,000. Three
firemen were injured.
ST. "LOUIS. Oct. 3. A large number of
Now Yorkers wcro present today at tho
celobratloh of New York City day at tho
World's fair. Tho formal exercises of tho
day wcro held in tho Now York building.
NORFOLK, Neb., Oct. 3. A prairie flro
that for several days has swept tho Rose-
bud reservation and portions of Tripp and
Gregory counties. South Dakota, wns I
quenched today by a heavy rain. The lbss t
has been enormous.
CHICAGO. Oct. 3. September. 1004.
takes Its place ln tho vital statistics of
the city as that of the lowest September
mortality on record, according to the
wecklv bulletin of tho Chicago Health de
partment. Its total of 1035 deaths from
all causes represents an annual death
rate of 12.33. .
NEW YORK, Oct. 3. Angry becauso of
his attempts to force his undeslrcd ailec
tlons upon her, and determined to repulse
him at any coBt, she declares, Mrs RoBa
Barbadl. 22 years old, today shot and
killed Michael Rago. in an East Sldo tenement-house.
Sho held her baby in her
arms when sho ilred tho fatal shot.
ST LOUIS, Oct. 3. Tho opening session
of the International Congress on Tuber
culosis began today in Convention hall at
die World's fair, with a number of fa
mous physicians from various parts of
the world present lo discuss means for
tho prevention and euro of consumption.
BOSTON, Oct. 3. Clerical and lay depu
ties to tho general convention of the Epis
copal church, which will bo formally
opened here on Wednesday, are arriving
from all parts of the country. A number
of the bishops are already here and tomor
rom , tho Archbishop of Canterbury Is ex
pectcd to reach tho city.
HARTFORD. Conn., Oct. 3. A man
hunt is on In East Glastonbury. The Stato
SoSco fwee? headed by Chief Egan and
rnany of thcresldents, heavily armed, aro
Searching for John C. Whipple, who two
weeks ago shot and seriously wounded a
neighbor. Jamea Slarmcr, and last week
shot State Policeman Loukes who was
aUcmpUng to arrest him for the crime.
Hung On a Single
Thread With Heart
Dise a se .
You Rhould never wait until your Ufa
hangs ln tho balance beforo you glvo
tho necessary aid to your sick heart.
A weak heart Is always sorlouB, for It
nirocta every organ of your body through
its inability to purify and keep tho sys
tem cupplled with puro, rich, llfc-glvlng
Any indication of heart trouble, such
us ahorlncrss of breath after exerclso,
redness of face, hot flushes, oppressed
feeling in chest, weak, hungry' spells,
palpitation, dizziness, sudden starting
In sleep, Irregular pulso, la serious, and
should bo cured at once,
Tho Bafest and siurcst treatment la
Dr. Miles Heart Cure, a norvo and mus
cle builder, a blood tonfe. It acts di
rectly on tho heart nerves and muscles,
giving them strength and vigor, and
relieves every' symptom of a sick heart,
Your llfo dopond3 upon your heart,
and a weak, diseased heart. Uko a
Elnglo thread, can enduro but little.
"I suffered fon years with my hearL
At times my llfo hung by n singlo thread
A number of physicians and an eminent
ar.Ainiiut treated mc, without tno
ftnoKlso it ray doctor I took Dr. JUIar
Heart CuroT It lined, tho pain!. Iron, my
IS TrS5t&&& a".oVy
CllntSn St, Cleveland. Ohio.
If first bottlo docs not benefit, your
7nniey bnclc. . .... ,
vfiTo to us for i- ree iniu
FREE lockage of Dr. Miles' Antl
,,. pi,- the New Sc entitle Remedy
for rain Also Symptom Blank. Our
Ifpl i . PERFECTION
- If there was a better way of making Id
r 5y 11 'lne or a way of naklng a better 52
' wine, we would employ it. j
. JS Great Wes&era J
I i Tho stan,dnrd of American "Wines,
' itW!fwc3 v',ne nllul- 11 ls perfection pure, do- fl
b llclous?, -wholesome, 1
K rvfl "0f -110 sIx A1"-01101111 Champagnes rj&
ISgStf 'SB exhibited at tho Paris Exposition of Hi
TrTTi 1000' tho GREAT '"WESTERN was tho
S)ALn that received a G0QD I
IRl PLEASANT VALLEY WINE CO. 1
tSSJ- SoleMakors Rheims, N. Y. E
Lki soi, jn Sait Laije'City by The Sadler Mcr. Co.
jx " Your Fall wA
A , Winter Ougtfit.
! i Bartons
Store u'ts anc' Overcoats-
: $10 to $30.
! "Where are you going to buy that fall and wintor outfit? If tho
suit and overcoat comes from here, they'll ho perfect in ovory way,
! and you'll be proud of your appearance.
If your hat and furnishings come from here, they will be correct.
Then our prices are right they're reasonable '
ONE-PRICE STORE, 45-47 MAIN ST.
HALL'S CANKER AND DIPHTHERIA REMEDY
For the Mouth. Throat. mm Jarr' Pnilc-- For Salo by All Druggists
I Stomach and Bowels MCYC1 aii and General Stores
NELDBMUDSON DRUG CO., Genera! Agent. SALT LAKE cITY, UTAH
Gl vest Away I
i "With every J3.00 purchase. Coupon 1
t given with every salo. i
X Wo carry Aquarium Globes and
all kinds of Fish Food. "i
J - v'
Dayton Drog Co.
Cor. Ind So. and State St.
Fj Ask to sec our free directory of
m trnlned nurses. k
mil in n. ii' I
SCNT ON TRIAL
FAY ONLY IF PLEASED
Thousands in uso, notonofnll.
uro. not ono roturned.
Send for froo particulars.
Standard Appliance Co.
637 New Nelton Building, Kansas City, no.
rfsMjLriiiim YOUNG, MIDDLE
M W Kp U AGED AND ELDER
H V i ' L LY. If you aro sexually
Sill Dfl 1 F wejlci no matter from
I 4 H Kq r what cause, undevcl
" ftii n f In E oped; have stricture,
jSBtaBEassSS varicocele, etc., MY
PERFECT APPLIANCE will cure you.
No drugs or electricity; "60,000 cured and
developed 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Send for
free booklet, Sont sealed. Guaranteed.
Write today. R. C. Emmet, 1X6 Tabor
block, Denver, Colo,
SALT LAKE j
Photo Supply Co.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS
Kodaks, Supplies, Pisishing
3rd So. and Main St. j
1 : 1
CEREAL FOOD COFFEE
x a J j L "When you know
"V fl jfl S McConahay's dol
S. u Rl yl lar alarm clock
tT" wln set yu up
IVdi? run chances
.".tlM Sii on the 75-cont
r I 41 W. 2nd So. St.
I Questions Atoonts the
i World's Fair.
There are a lot of little things In connection j
jj with a trip to the World's Pair at St. Louis that j-
f you will wish to know rates, how long tickets $
P are good, time of trains, whether or not a change $J
$ of cars is necessary, what one has to pay for v
board and lodging.
& I am in shape to answer these and similar
,uuestion8. Call or write if you want information, ltd
Tho Rock Island System operates K)
e through sleeping cars dally Colorudo to y$l
W Bt. Louis by way of Knnsaa City. Ro- Wi
B ducod rates ln effect dally. Coach ok- E-H'
f3 curwlons at frequent Intorvala. Full ln- Rt
formation on rcauuBt.
II "X S E DRAKE, Dist. Pass. Agent, jpf
1 ' TlTiFw M mI U C A' BIBLE' Trav as3- Agent, pj
ill yynH 100 Wcst 2nd suth st o
M fl9lPIlSi1 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 1
spj c. B. BLOAT, Gcn'l Agt. Pass'r Dopt
FREE TO MEN. 1
, x , yj To men who
(r Wv BUfror rom nor- J
.lHSiS vous dobI1Uy '
( -fVmvtiJ losses, impo-
V-"w Vvirrriuli tency, varlco-
jff5YKVJi$k) cele, rhouma-
tnMv0t Uam lamo Dack
StS kidney or utom-
r3tfrv 1 1 nc troublcfl I
Jikv 5 V 5 J slvc tho ufl0
VI 'Wl y mV "world-.
rn Ai'r- famed Dr. San-
yJvrvJ don Electric
r VySiv 1Jclt absolutely
r v Viy tTC0 unt'I cured
r r jivL an(1 not on0
'JLsic f1- ponny ln od-
" 'L fcSF-f vnnco or on de-
.'Sy- taCJi posit. Price
when cured as
low as fi ln moBt cases. If it falln to
euro you don't pay mo anything what
ever. Bewaro of Imitations. Tho gen
uine Dr. Sandon Belt can only bo had at
my establishment as below. Standard for
40 years. Call today and take a belt
along or wrlto for one and my two booka
DR. T. N. SANDEN, 997 Market St.,
U M t H M H M M M I M M
I Perfumes, 1
T We can't tell you through our 4
advertisement nbout our per- I
fumes, but If you will tako the J
trouble, which vill be no trouble 4.
T to us, wo will bo glad to show
X you a very fine lino of perfumes.
1 Welcome. Step ln. All cars '
f start from
Both 'Phones No. 140.
'JffiPDnEb'CjSl Ufl Ills 3 for nnnotnral
fisSW 1 t'p-vd II(icbra,lnlommtloQB,
it&tY OatitoUni Vi Irrllatlooa or ulcoralioni
WcStf mi io itflrtoM. of rnuoono mrmbranis.
HTI rriru r.u,u. P&lnc3j, and not atrin
RyoUTrlEEViHSCHtHICiLCa. gent or poliooons.
toSA ClOHtUTl.O. Sold by Drainilota,
WSv D.B.1. or toiit Id plwr wrppr,
Cxic.Vh br oxpre4, prepaid, fol
-.tifi'n3 " Clronlar stot on rocowrt.
Tho kind you like best thoBo CRISP
klORNINGS, aro mndo with
ASK THE GROCER.
HEWLETT mm, CQ3
Ml June 19, 1904.
From Ogdcn, Portland,
Butto, San lTancisco, Chi
cago, St. Louis, Omaha,
and Denver 8:25 a.m.
From Ogdcn and lnttrmcdl-
ato points 9:10 Q-m.
From Ogdon, Cache Valley,
and lntormcdiato points.,.. 11:05 a.m.
From Ogdcn, Chicago, St.
Louis. Kansas City, Oma
ha, Denver and San Fran-
clsco 4:20 p.m.
From Ogdon, Cache Valley.
Butte, Portland and San
Franclaco 0 p.m.
For Ogdcn, Omaha, Chicago.
Denver, Kansas City and
St. Louis 7sOO a-333
For Ocden. Portland. Butte,
San Francisco and in tor me-
diato points lO.O a.m.
For Ogden, Omaha. Chicago,
Dcnvor, Kansas City. St.
Louis and San Francisco.. 1:30 p.m.
For Ogden. Cache Volley,
Denver, Kansas City, Oma
ha, BU Louis and Chicago.. 0:45 pan
Fot Ogden, Cacho Valley,
Butte. Helena. Portland,
San Francisco and lnterme- m
diato points p.nu
T M. SCI-TUMACHER, TTafflo Mgr.
D. E. BURLEY. G. P. & T. 4u
D. S. SPENCER, A. G. P. & T.'A.
'City Tlckctafficc. C01 Main atrott.
GlG TO THE FjIR
l WHICH ROAD WILL YOU TAKE?
i THE ,
I 1 MIJL f
j DENVER & RIO GRANDE
r Is the shortest and most popular route
3 A NATURAL PICTURE GALLERY ALL THE WAY.
50 hours going. 49 hours returning through the grandest j-
scenery on the American Continent ;
The Exposition Flyer j
To St. Louis without change of cars '
, Leave Salt Lake 3:15 p. m. daily arriving at St. Louis 6:00 5
r p. m. second day.
J Compare these figures before accepting the claims of our ;
i ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND TOURISTS ANNUALLY ,
i Testify that the Rio Grande is the only way when you travel for f
I THAT'S WHY WE GET THE BUSINESS.
$ First class dining-car service. Through Pullman and tour-
Ij; ist sleepers. Free reclining chair cars. j
p See any Rio Grande Agent for further particulars. :
I THE IDEAL i
WORLD'S FAIR TRIP
I Leave Salt Lake City at 3:15 any afternoon just a con-
venient time. Arrive in Denver, via the D. & R. G., at 4
the next afternoon, remaining until 10:85, just long enough
to .see the city and your friends there. Arrive at St. Louis jf
i at 7:19 the second morning after just when you are feeling g
I best and when it is easiest to reach your hotel and your
S The entire trip is made. in a standard Sleeping Car, -with no
, Changes. "
Bjgii ilMjJ R. P. NESLEN, General Agont. I
i 'Sff 70 W SEC0NI) SOUTH ST.
The Lisgooin Road j'
Salt Lako & Ogden Railway. '
Time Tablo ln Effect Sept. 6, 1904.
LEAVE SALT LAKE, C:S0 and 9 a. m., , iH
S:30 and 5:30 p, m. 1 ( LH
LEAVE FARX1INGTON AND LA- . i
GOON. 7:30 and 10 a. m., 4'30 and G:30 p. m. l-'jl
Extra trains at 11 a. m. and 1:30 p. rn on . ( MH
Sundays and holidays, H
A. Di PIERSON, Gcn'l Pass. Agt. j, i'l
X B. BEAN, Excursion Agt. i . M
OFFICE. 151 HfJLN PT. ,
In effect Juno 8, 1804.
LEAVE SALT LAKE OLTT. il
fio. 10 For Hcber, Provo and ' ll
Marytrvalo . r. 8:00 a.m. '
No. 102-For Park City 8:15 a. ro. 'H
no. 6 For Donver and East.... 8:&0 a. in. H
No. E For Ogdon and West 10o7) a. m,
Ko, 1 For Ogdcn and West .... 1M? D. m- .
o. 2 For Denver and East .... 3 no p. m. i
To. 8 For Provo and Euroka... 5:00 p, ro. B
v'o. 11 For Ogden and local pts 6:0G p, m, H
'o. i For Dcnvor and East..., 8:05 p. m. Jl
Jo. 3 For Ogden and "West ....lr.M p. m, jH
sTo. 112 For Bingham 8-JO a. m,
o. 114 For Bingham Z'M p. m. '
ARRIVE AT SALT LA KB CITT.
Jo. 0 From Ogdon and tho Eaat 8:40 a. m. '
NO. 12 From Ogdcn andlocal ptB 105 a, m, .
S'o. 7 From Eureka and Provo.l0:CO a. m. ,
No. & From Denver and East.,10M0 a, m.
no. 1 From Denver and East.. 1:35 p. m.
no. 3 From Ogden and West.. 3:05 p. m. .
no, 101 From Park City 5:15 p. m. i
Ko. 0 From Heber, Provo and I :
Marytrvalo ... 0:0 p. rm jB
o. 4 From Ogden and theVest 7:65 p. m, j)
$o. 8 From Denver and East.. 11:45 p, m, i
o. Ill From Bingham .......lJ:0Qa- m. I
o. 113 From Bingham la,
All train except No. 1 to 0 atop 4t Is- iiH
lermcdlate points. I if H
Ticket offfco, Dooly Block. j
'Phone 205. " ,
L AwBBNTON. QuA. .WA
TABLE. , ("Mpy M
Ban Pedro, Los An- Vcwfxy '1
goles & Salt Lako SU j
R. R. Co. m
From Oregon Short Line depot. Salt Laker jH
For Provo. Lohl.Fairfie'd and ' .
Nephl. Mantl and points on lil
Sanjicte Valley Ry 7:30 a.nU iJH
For Garfield Beach. Tooele, jl
Stockton, Mammoth, Eu- ' HH
rcka, and Sliver City 8KX) a,nu jjH
For Provo. American Fork, , (
Lhi, Juab. MUford. Frisco, M
Callentes and intermediate ' IH
points '6. "05 P-m.' , VM
From Provo, American Forlc,
Lchl, Juab. Mllford, Frisco, ,
Callentes and intermediate M
points 9:35 a.m. jH
:From Provo, Lehl. Falrflold, j
Mercur and Sanpeto Valley
Ry. points 5:35 p.m.' '
From Silver City. Mammoth. ;
Euroka. Stockton, Tooole
and Garfield Beach 5:35 p.mj ,
Daily. ( '
Daily Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car So r-
vice between Salt Lake. Mllford, Modena. jH
Direct Btafo connoctlonB for all mining j
districts ln southern Utah and Nevada. rl
City Ticket Office, 201 Itlain Street; IH
Telephone 250. !
E. W. GIILETT J. L. MOORE. j
aon'l Pass. Aat. Dlst Posg. .Act. jH
TO ST. LOUIS. H
Through car. Salt Lako City to St. Hl
Louis and Kansas City- Only ono chonga HH
to New York, Buffalo and principal points '
East low rates for summer travel.
Especial attention to ladies and chll. jB
Tourist sleepers through to Chicago, iH
Boston and other points without cliange. Il
Two trains daily. 'lll
Inquire at ticket office, 103 Dooly block.' IH
Salt Lako City. Any InformaUon cheer
fullv given. H. C. TOWNSEND.
Q. & T. A. Missouri Pacific Ry St: iH
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A Delightful Placo to Visit. W
I A Profitable Place to Liva. J
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Greatest Pluy Ground on Earth.
Famous Places Which Everyone 1
fj oVA Ticket to CALIFOR-
- NI and Scouro Rich Dividends ln H
1 HEALTH. PLEASURE AND P
I WEALTH. , I
Mountains, Valleys. Rlver, Lakes
and Ocean Reached by tho
i Southern Pacific
' For descrlptivo And lllustratfvo 'WM
; literature call af. No. 201 Main I
h Street. Bait Lako City. HHVI
D. R. GRAY. Ge.naral Agnt ft 'ftwAl
Cheap Rates to
AND OTHER EASraRN POINTS jVXW
We can save you money. Writo nr hH
C. F, WARREN, Genoral Agont !AyA1
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