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LrfTTSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1004. , , n.H
:jj.. ' SAXT LAKE TEXBTJTE.
?! I UJ JUTUEE
ptiofl of Western
i Pacific Ian,
lirading o Through Line
ipy 83 Commenced Next
er' J Month, He Says.
ij0 , jjjncisco to Salt Lako Via Stock
j! i- Sacramento and Iilarysville,
but "Will Not Touch Rcuo.
Ityj lyy FRANCISCO. Oct. 5. Chief
riftvj sr DHlman of the Western Pacl-
"frsj -nnrray said today that grading
D!t&i3 t tes'n ncxt except for the
C' l of a satisfactory franchise at
j-Ej-ji jie Jlarysvllle franchise has been
j and grading can commence
llafc tseatany time. In all probability
tidln line not reach Reno."
.tiiif Dlllman did not say what routo
cV Western Pacific would eventually
otltft, ott, except that the road would be
P"ni? tfS from San Francisco to Salt Lake
2Hu' elthaithe towns of Stockton, Sacra-
MrTsJ rcf?l9 and Marysvllle would be passed.
rait fife predicts a brilliant future for Salt
j HARBIHA1T OIT STAND,
rii &k-c- to Sa7 How Much Northern,
j Pacific Ho Owned.
, :' SEW YORK, Oct. 5. E. H. Harrl
Kim en and Jacob H. Schlff appeared as
Toqf? before a referee today In
&( p suit of J. J. O'Lcary of Chicago
oca 'fltJt a Iscw York brol:Gr for 555,000
ai tew In dealings In Northern Pacific
i bilay, 1S0L
W j If:. Karrlman said he could not rc-p2-1-"
hou' much Northern Pacific
ilteu idxfc he had about May 9, 1001. Ho
iQa se1 t0 ropIy lo Questions as to
doiai ester or not hs was concerned In any
j jfj ?ty tn trying to gain control of the
a fcij Ntttern Pacific road,
biiit' -"ty won't you answer these ques
Ibsi Pear he was asked,
icrat WI don't want to," replied Mr. Harrl
f jit Harrlman said he was present at
Sella ;te conference with Mr. Steele, Mr.
x an1 others on May 31, when It
iiKii! u decided lo allow Mr. Morgan to
7tua ax a, new board of directors for the
fkrthim Pacific road. He said this
krti 4jerence WQS heW for the purpose of
edtfi ;u3'n& misapprehension concerning
:rbst4 tM affairs of the road,
act ;Mr Harrlman refused to answer
?DS aUoD3 33 t0 whether or not he sold
YZd - rn Paclflc stock to the Northern
j He said that at present he was a dl
.dt" J'or In the Northern Pacific road,
'ffn Whedld not remember whether he
2 J035 of tho directors named by Mr.
ftpn In Hay. 1901.
fo5 i. Sohlff said that prior to May 9,
tit of Kulin, Loeb & Co had pur-
ziVM ,d Northern Paclflc stock on the
tt VTork stock exchange, but he de
4.vf t say how much was purchased.
?U "declined to state whether Kuhn,
te ffl" Co ha(1 so,a Northern Pacific
IS 10 e Northern Securities com-
isg twr at the time of the formation of
.-B" 'Halter company. His firm, he said,
-'T j.have been willing to pav more
HtLv .i'150 a share for Northern Pacific
, fi lj on May 9 had there been any for
J fj ;,. WORK ON SAN PEDP"
lS ' '
U4?j Forging Ahead in4,.Vork on
j Callente Buildingrs Commenced,
,iaEs are hummlnr; on the Salt Lako
j ''SI6 lhcso days Tlie track Is now 110
jjj lrf fbcIow Callente and standing at tho
. 0j ttlc rails one can look across the
I 'f and see tho green fields and trees
J ' 1- Vegas which is only six miles
... iy, Some California peaks can alno be
-il . y 8tandlnc on tho bank above the
1 Lji Caenlo all Is bustlo. work on the
l buildings being commenced. Tho
& for material are all In and
li Sr " ihe stuff will arrive there
2 ticVihi. Ilrst thlnif to do will be to
r u " 'fntcen-stall roundhouse. This
5! "Ai tTi.i br,ck structure, tho walls and
S Si lhr c? ; so,,d concrete foundation
' ittnL1 Lak0 shoiw of ihc Short
A M ThJoln?..up noar SL Mark's hos
SttiM eSP. w,n aUo bc twolvo dwellings
FT irr ,BflTh"e will be of four, or six
Vo tSV V1? w,u lmvo a cj'paclty of
U ai nd ln Edition to those thero
' tfnSnai?CS8ary bulldlnK8 for th0
!5 fea fnLXinnae" W(il,a ia out at Slock-
t manght and dal" and Is tho aim of
&e Tnt lo ballast tho whole of
M zihtr mn.slon ct-orr beforo the cold
Ti Xt'f'8 n 8tw lo ,nu work.
fcS ,t'Jr llno be,ov Callente can
L r i nl,1." that locality and tho weath-
fct criv.?i ,b5,sovere enough to freeze up
3 l&rj- ih, 50 thore ls o Particular
J3"t that portion of thu lino, some
f'S ftAPti.v I Positively cured by
4uARfFPQ thcso Lilt, P1,ls
m ' 6 W They also rellovo Dls-
fW H ti digestion and Too Hearty
iHjBf, j WpD Eating. A perfect rem
ftB'BDlllO cdy for Dizziness. Kausca,
jmHII "HLot Drowsiness, 13ad Taste
'tftlHHKSi 1x1 1110 Wout'tl' Coated
"flMllsI Tongue, Pain ln tho Side,
,jrbJTrr 1 TORPID Lmm The;
Mtati? 0ffe!3' Vegetable,
m ilVER Genuine Must Bear
t.'Jl I 'S r"ac-Simile Signaturo
waa'ffid. haS b00n balIa3tcd as track
cScstcs,tordCay.WlS th talk C ra,,road
ofWthfqSI.?f,I,ck l3,th0 locnl director
l- nn i ffli Ll,i? aind Joseph F. Smith
on the Union Pacific board.
thniJv unual, mcctlng of tho St. An
ra,lroad was held in Pocat.jUu cs
tcrday nnd the old board re-elected.
hi?i",Jr;.,ChapPc,.,e' who was mentioned ns
S succeeded on the Alton ooard. died
rn n, mo ag . He was a well-known
stockTn ?!honAnodn.OWned ,Ur8 WCk
tKi'S1 Bancroft of the Short
nr in,.Wl11 rctur om the East ncxt F.it
uruaj, accompanied by Mrs. Bancroft.
mndriInSle? wlU bo mado lllc chair
man of tho Rock Island board.
l?Ja,lt'ad man can fathom tho resig
J? gnkSX and the fact tnat he re
ceived 5CO.000 aa a bonus to resign.
,ho ,9a,indJan Pacific ls awakening to
I,?Cwlon ,oC .',ts competitor, as the com
pany has decided to Incrcaao tho capital
stock by tho amount of JM.GOO.OtO.
Railroad men are as much puzsled as
nT? & ,,r Pr!on8 over tho outcomo of
tho all streot agitation.
If" the North Salt Lako shops la
progressing rapidly now.
Now the Dog's Will Howl.
NE"V YORK, Oct. C.-A strlko of bologna-makers
involving several hundred
men, has been declared off. According to
the strikers, all the large cmployors
signed agreements with tho union. Tho
men quit work only a few days ago.
Plunged Through Burning Bridge.
WASHINGTON. Oct 5.-A passenger
train on the Augusta Southern railway
ran into a burning trcatlc near Mitchell,
Ga.. today W. B Shurlcy, baggago mas
ter, was killed and cither other Injured.
FAIR AND CONFERENCE VISIT
ORS Are cordially Invited to visit and In
spect during the Fair Week, our Brew
ery, Malt-house and Bottling Depart
ment the only modern and up-to-date
beer-manufacturing plant In the State.
Brewery located a short distance south
of Fair Grounds, where guides will be
In attendance and take pleasure ln
showing you around the premises. Re
A. FISHER BREWING CO.
Tho Republican National Committee
Distributes Roosevelt Pictures.
Next Sunday The Tribune will dis
tribute throughout the Rocky moun
tains 20,000 copies of the official por
trait of President Roosevelt. The pic
ture Is a handsome production, 14x10
In size, and will be greatly prized by
every admirer of the great leader.
WASHINGTON. Oct fi. For tho third
consecutive, winter extreme destitution
prevails among the Alaskan Indians, and
Government help is absolutely necessary
to prevent them from starving.
NEW YORK. Oct. 5. Notlco of a 5 per
cent ndvanco in prices ohroal ban h-un
received by diamond Importers and out
tcra here. This makes the eighth simi
lar advance ln two years.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. G.-Chargcd with
forging the name of former President
Grove'r Cleveland lo a check for V25.
Charles Ellston, a Swede, lias been ar
rested here. It ls alle.-ji'd . he tendered
the check ln payment for storage charges
on his household g6ods.
CHICAGO. Oct. 6 Stationers and man
ufacturers of stationery, after n two-days'
session horo, have adopted by-laws and a
title, the National Association of Station
ers and Manufacturers.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 5. Plans uro beginning
to assume shape for tho restoration of
Forest park after tho conclusion of the
Louisiana Purchase exposition.
TOPEKA. Kan.. Oct- 5. The Snnta Fo
railroad tptlay had fourteen castbound and
ten westbound passenger trains pass
through Fort Worth. Hex. These aro the
tralna that have been tied up by high
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 5. Tho concluding ses
sion of the International congress on tu
berculosis was held today and was de
voted largely to the discussion of sanita
riums suitable for the treatment of pa
tlent8 afflicted with consumption and
methods to prevent Infection.
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 6. Fifty cars of
heavy steel plntes. said to be Intended for
the Japanese Government, nrc now being
transshipped at Minnesota transfer. They
nre from the Carnegie company at Pitts
burg and aro consigned lo the company s
agent In Japan.
ARDMORE. I. T.. Oct 5. The fiood
situation In tho Chickasaw Nation shows
improvement today, the waters of Hie Ca
nadian river Jiavlng receded; but tho
Sonta Fe tracks arc still under water for
n distance of 1EO0 foot.
NEW YORK, Oct. 5. Judge Parker to
day gave a sitting to Mueller Urcy. a
portrait painter. The portrait when fin
ished will bo given to Mrs. Parker.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 5. United States
Treasurer Roberta has received advices oi
the nrobablo arrival at San Francisco
within the next few days of aUW.0 n
Australian gold sovereigns nnd JSGS.000 ln
Japanese yen from Yokohama.
DAVENPORT, la.. Ocl. G. Arnold Blu
tien cashier of tho defunct Now Liberty
cavl'ngB bank, was arrested here today
on a warrant charging him with tho em
bezzlement of 517W. Besides this specific
charge, reports way. tho Indebtedness of
tho cashier to the bank may reach
CHICAGO, Oct. G. F. E. Roberts, pro
duce commission dealer, filed, a petition In
h-uikriintcv today. Liabilities were sched
uled I a 52&S 000 and assets at $1500. Tho
failure was attributed to unsuccessful
NEW YORK. OcU G.-On the eve of
hlq departure for England, after a alx
wccks Pvfslt in America3. Sir William Ram
sav KCB., F.R.S., professor in chemis
try 'at the University college, London, has
been T given a banquet by the physical
sclenco departments of the Brooklyn In
stltutc of Arts and Sciences.
I In the Labsr Wsrld
NEW YORK. Oct. 6. Union bakers on
tho West Side. I" Manhattan and In the
Bronx, have started a strike In several
plants ngulnst the open shop and for tho
r-nforcement of the ton-hour day. So far
tho etrlko has affected onlyi 300 bakers.
CHICAGO, Oct. G. Fourteen hundred
members of the Amalgamated Rubber
Workers' union, after a live weeks' strike,
today announced readiness to return to
work under whatever terms were offered.
JOLIET 111., Oct. 5 A new schedule of
wokcm and readjustment of working hours
wal put in force at the Jldlct plant of the
United States Steel company today The
flcalo has been accepted by the workmen.
The reduction ln wages amounta to from
20 to 40 per cent. J
I Correct CotAesJvrMen
I I Man or woman cannot resist an II fl
engaging exterior ; it will please, H
j it will make its way.
II Lord Chesterfield to his son, 3
J An engaging exte- R i
j I rior is assured by the 1 1
j clothes that bear this I
' jlftfcd j)enjamin&(o
MAKERS j?f EW yRK
C Equal to fine cuslom-made E
Ir in all but price. CJ The makers'
guarantee, and ours, with E
I every garment. We arc
Exclusive Agents in this city. b
Gray Bros. & Co. I j
154 Main Street jj j
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Those people living away from the
railroads ln the Rocky mountains and
at great distances from Utah through
out the United States, who are Inter
ested In the exciting and history
making, anti-church domination cam
paign now under way ln Mormon lands,
should subscribe for The Salt Lako
Semi-Weekly Tribune, at $1.60 per
year in advance.
BLUE POINT PERFECTO CIGARS
Sold strictly on their merit. Whlt
aker 5; Dallas, manufacturers.
McCoy's livery stable for carriages
and light livery. Telephone 81.
Fatally Injured by Trolley Car.
SEATTLE, Wash.. Oct. G. Charles Do
MUlc, a prominent real estate and In
surance man of this city, was seriously If
not fatally injured by a trolley car to
night. Ho attempted to board tho car
while It was moving at a high rate of
speed and was thrown on his back. Tho
fall resulted ln concussion of the brain, a
serious cut on the head, an injured back
und possibly lnternnl Injurlca
M oneyback makes it down
hill to your grocer's all round;
downhill downhill downhill
Your grocer rclumt your money if jou don't lil(
j : Save :
; On a
Out of town folks and others
will profit by looking Into this
1 Range proposition Wo have a
few Acorn Ranges we aro selling
at cost. Just to mako floor space.
Come ln and save the $20.
'Phone 1637-K. 27-20 W. 3rd So,
U.d Mi ULV .'."WUTfTH'iW,WtJ..WiW,1 h'lln li 'Pf!
The State Bank of Utah
Corner Main and South Temple Sto
Salt Lako City.
JOSEPH F. SMIT" President.
WILLIAM 3. PitESTON, Vlce-Prealdent.
CHARLES 3. BURTON. Cashier.
HENRY T. M'EWAN, As3t. Canhler.
GENERAL BANXING BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited. Special attention to
country trade. Correspondence invj-
J. E. Congrirr, Prcs, E. W, Wilson. Cashier
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
J. J. Daly, W. P. Noble, Vice-Presidents.
A. H. Poabody, Ass't Cashier.
WELLS, FARSO & CO. BANK
Salt Lako City, Utah.
Tho Oldest and Strongest Bank In Utah.
Surplus V ...514.373.lAO
Undlvldod profits i
Transacts a general banking business,
domestic and foreign.
Direct connections with banks In all
principal cities of tho world.
Dfafto, ) On an
LettorB of Credit, promlnont
Telcsraphlc Transforo. ) cities.
Deposits received subject to check.
II. L. MILLER, Cashier.
H, P. CLARK, A33t. Cashier.
ESTABLISHED 1341. 1C0 OFFICES.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
J G. DUN & CO.,
The Mercantile Agency.
GEORGE RUST, Gcnoral Managor,
Utah, Idaho and Wyoming.
Office in Progress bldg., Salt Lako City.
CAPITAL- FULLY PAID, $IO0,CO0.00.
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
Established 1S0. Incorporate:". CKO.
Transact a General Banking Business.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
J-ESERET NATIONAL BANS,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lako City, Utah.
Capitol, 8500,000 Surplus, 8250,000
L. S. HILLS. MOSES THATCHER,
H. S. YOUNG, E. S. HILLS.
Cashier. Asot. Ca3hler.
Safo deposit boxes for renU
NATIONAL BANK OF
U. S DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX ...Prcoldcnt
JAMES A. MURRAY Vlri-Prcsidoni
W. F. ADAMS Caahle
CAPITAL PAID IN. J3CO.000.
Banking 1n all its branches transacted.
Exchange dratvn on tho principal cities
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
yJcCORNIOK & CO.,
Salt Lako City, TJtali.
Photo Supply Co.
j JOBBERS AND RETAILERS
Kodaks, Supplies, finishing
3rd So. and Main St
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1 Questions About, the 1
1 World's Fair. i
?J There are a lot of little things In connection
jf! with a trip'to the "World's Fair at St. Louis that Sj
jj you will wish to know rates, how long ticket's Jp
are good, time of trains, whether or not a change
M of cars is necessary, what one Las to pay for M
board and lodging. pj
1 am in shape to answer these and similar
$ questions. Call or write if you want information, m
jfi Tho Rock Island System operates $
EW; through sleeping eara dally Colorado to 'Sa
St- L"ul8 by way of Kansas City. Ro- jKH
ducod rates In elfect dally. Coach or- p
jr curlons nt frequent Intervals. Full in-
formation on request. jKj
S Sfi E. DRAKE, Dlst. Pass. Aent if
H lllffim iR mIDI A BIBLE Trav- Pass- Asont
tinr'm 100 Wcst 2nd South st- w
M fr3!Mi JJl SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. j
p5 Mrj C. B. SLOAT, Qen'l Agt. Pass'r Dept.
FREE TO MEN.
ft v. i yrf To men who
l'H Gzrh nuucr irom ner
' . r .-S??' -f0L vous debility,
y() cele, rhcuma
tlsm, lame back,
' kldnoy or stom
ach troubles I
will gl'o the uoo
of my world
famed Dr. San
free until cured
and not one
penny in ad
vance or on de
when 'cured an
low aa i in most cases. If It falls to
euro you don't pay mo anything what
ever. Beware of Imitations. Tho gen
uine Dr Sauden Eelt can only bo had at
my establishment as bolow. , Standard for
40 years. Call today and take a belt
along or wrlto for one and my two books
DR. T. N. SANDEN, 097 Market St.,
j Perfumes, j
We can't tell you through our
-j- advertisement about our per- i
jr fumes, but If you will take tho T
4- trouble, which will be no trouble 4-
to us, we will be glad to show
X you a very fine line of perfumes. X
Welcome. Step In. All cars t
start from i
j Godbe-Pitts Brag I
I Store I
Both 'Phonos No. 140. i
230 MAIN STREET. -
- . iiz Oponoi 0
O Pcn day ard night. TeL S01-T X
Tray Ordtra Solicited.
SH OO 0 00 Q-f O--f
The kind you like bent theso CRISP
MOUNINGSt aro made with
ASK THE GROCER.
HEWLETT BROS. U.
Wsxlm June ig, 1904.
From Ogdcn, Portland,
Butte, San Francisco, Chi
cago, St. Louis, Omaha.
and Denver 8:25 a.m.
From Ogdon and Inttrmodl- 1
ato points .. 9:10 o.m.
From Ogdcn, Cacho Vallay,
and Intermediate points.... 11:55 a,m.
From Ogden, Chicago. St.
Louis. Kansas City, Oma
ha, Denver and San Fran
cisco 4:20 pjn.
From Ogdon, Cacho Valley,
Butto, Portland and San
Francisco 7:30 p.m.
For Ogden, Omaha, Chicago.
Denver, Kansas City and
St. Louis 7:00 a-m.
For Orrden. Portland. Butte,
San Francisco and Intermc-
dlato polnU 10:20 tLia.
For Ogdcn, Omaha, Chicago,
Denver, Kansas City. St.
Louis and San Francisco.. i:SO p.m.
For Ogden. Cacho Valley,
Denver, Kansas City, Om
ha, St. Louis and Chicago.. B5 p.m.
Er Ogdcn, Cacho Valloy,
Butto. Holcna, Portland, .
Ban Francisco and lntorme- 1
dlate points ISiflo pjr
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Traffla Mgr.
D. B. BURLEY. G. P. & T. A
D, S SPENCER, A. G. P. & T. 'A.
Jty Tlcketo;nce, 201 Main street
l ' ' i
I WHICH EOAD WILL YOU TAKE?
j THE j
i Is the shortest and most nopular route i
I A NATURAL PICTURE GALLERY ALL THE WAY. 5
h; 50 hours going. 49 hours returning through the grandest
I scenery on the American Continent J
j Tli Exposltson Flyer 1
I To St. Louis without change of cars
i Leave Salt Lake 3:15 p. m. daily arriving at St. Louis 6:00 -
p. m. second day.
1 Compare these 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 :
I THAT'S WHY WE GET THE BUSINESS.
I First class dining-car service. Through Pullman and tour
ist sleepers. Free reclining chair cars. ;
See an" Rio Grande Agent for further particulars. )
1 . THE IDEAL " ' j
WORLD'S FAIR TRIP 1
Leave Salt Lake City at 3:15 any afternoon just a con- tp
venient time. Arrive in Denver, via the D. & R. G., at 4
ffi the next afternoon, remaining until 10:35, just long enough Wj
jw to see the city and your friends thore. Arrive at St Louis K
f at 7:19 the second morning after just when you are feeling R
li best and when it is easiest to reach your hotel and your
j friends. i
it The entire trip is made in a standard Sleeping Car, with no
m Changes." f
For oilier details call or write
jpgfOT 8 R' NESLEN, General Agent.
1 SlisF iTosl 70 w seco:nt soTjTn st- l
jj Ifel! SALT LAKE CITY.
The Lagoon Road !jl
Salt Lake & Ogden Railway,. t
Timo Tablo in Effect Sept. 0, 1904.
LEAVE SALT LAKE, 6:30 and 9 a. m.. 'jl
8:S0 and G:30 p. ni. H
LEAVE FARMINCTON AND LA- ifll
GOON 7'0 and 10 a. m.. -1:20 and 6:30 p. m, zm
Extra trains at 11 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. on H
Sundays and holidays. "iJI
A. D. PIERSON, Gon'l Pass. Agt.
J. B. BEAN. Excursion Agt. j
OFFICE. 161 HA1N ST. I
In efZect Juno 8, 1904.
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY.
Ro. 10 For Hcbor, Provo and ''1
Mnry.wale . ...... , 8:00 a. m. 1
N'o. 102 For Park City 8:15 a. m. !
Ko. C For Denver and East.... 8:50 a. m. JH
N'o, & For Ogden and West 10:00 a, m.
No. 1 For Ogdcn and West .... lift v. m. JM
No. 3 For Denver and East .... sno p. m.
No, 8 For Provo and Eureka... D;00 p. m. ;
No. 11 For Ogden and local pts 6:00 p. m.
No. 4 For Denver and East.... 8:05 p. m. JH
No. 3 For Ocdon and West ....11:55 p. m.
No. 133 For Bingham 8:10 a. m, ' IH
No. 114 For Bingham 3;W p. m.
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY.
No. 6 From Ogdon and tho East SitQ a. m. i
No 12 From Ogden and local pts 10:2 a. m.
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo. 10;CO a. m.
No. B From Denver and East..l0-.40.a. m. )
No. 1 From Denver and East.. 1:25 p. m. i
No. 3 From Ogdcn and West.. 3:05 p. m, J JM
No. 101 From Park City... 5:15 p. m. , IH
No. 5 From Hober, Prod'o and i
Marysvale 6:0 p. m, j
No. A From Ogden and the Wast 7:55 p. rn, i
No. 2 From Donvcr and East. .11:45 p. m, IH
No. Ill From Bingham ll:Ca. m, '
"No. 113 From Bingham 6:?Jb. tn, ,
All train except No a. 1 to 6 stop $1
torrnedlate point;. IH
Ticket office, Dooly Block. iH
TIME " CSK I
TAELE. Fwm M
San Pedro, Los An- Pf I '
gelcs & Salt Lako OUj '
R. R. Co.
From Oregon Short Lir dopot, Salt Lako '
For Provo. Lohl.Fairfiold and i JH
Ncphl. Mantl and points oa I ,
Sanpete Valley Ry 7:30 n.mj 'H
For Garllcld Beach, Tooole, i ; IH
Stockton, Mammoth, Eu- iiH
rcko, and Silver City 800 a.m. i
For Provo. American Fork, ll
Lehl, Juab, Mllford. Frisco, HH
Callentos and intermediate 'll
points 6:05 p.ra.' jH
From Provo, American Fork, (! H
Lehl, Juab, Mllford. Frloco,
Callentcs and Intermediate H
points 9:35 a.m.
From Provo, Lehl, Fairfield, H
Mcrour and Sanpoto Valley H
Ry. points "5:35 p.m.1 , 1
iFrom Sliver City. Mammoth. I
Eureka, Stockton. Tooole : H
and Qarneld Beach - 5:35 p.m; ! H
Dally Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Sor- ; IH
vice between Salt Lake, Mllford, Modonn.' nl
and Calientes. I 1
Direct 8tas connections for all mining H
districts ln southern Utah and Nevada. i ' IH
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Street ll
Telephone 250. j
E. W. GILLETT, J. L. MOORE,
Qen'l P.tsb. Agt. DlaL Pasa. Agt. , IH
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LINE
TO ST. L0U!S. iH
Through car. Salt Lako Cliy to St. I
Louis and Kansas City. Only ono changa ll
to New York, Buffalo and principal points '1
East low nites for summer travel, '1
Especial attention to ladles and chil '
Tourist slccpora through to Chicago, IH
Boston and other points without clvangc. ijH
Two trains dally. iH
Inquire at ticket ofneo, 103 Dooly block,' "H
Bait Lake City. Any information cheer- IIH
fully given. H. C. TOWNSEND. fH
G P. & T. A. Missouri Pacific Ry., St,' H
Louis. Mo, H
1 A Delightful Placo to Visit "H
A Profltnblo Place to Live, n r
Mffrnia j ,H
Greatest Play Ground on Earth. I
Fsaious Places Which Everyono
Wants to See. M
rt Invest ln a Ticket to CALIFOR- v IH
NIA and Secure Rich Dividends ln iH
j HEALTH. PLEASURE AJD Jl
t WEALTH IH
". Mountains. Valleys, Rlvors, Lukc3 it (H
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For dcscrlptlvo And Illustrative I H
" literature call at No. 201 Main m
3 Street, Salt Lako City. B iiH
D. R. GRAY. General Agent. g liiH
Cheap Rates fo jH
AND POINTS VIA; ll
Wo can save you money. Wrlto as . liiiH
C. F. WARREN, Goneral Agent,
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