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feiday moening, oCTOBEi? 21, 1904. 'THE SALT XiATCfi TEXBtHfTE?. page imtvi H
Ip id California
ll Crowds Rashing.
ifjcal Gang Will Badly Beat
Ijjwthe Others to the Good
IK Springs Summit,
Jttwnrjiiimg Awny Behind In Their
.W&Vbrk and Will Therefore Not
JwB Beach Goal Until Later.
Down on tho desert of Lincoln, county
'I fbclnff pulled off as pretty a contest as
$ In' be found anywhere. It Is a test of
erJtmanfihJp between tho rival con
motion forces of Utah and California
rn building tho San Pedro, Los
a bgeles & Salt Lake railroad. When
M contracts were let the lino from
lllento to Daggett, 800 miles, was
? vlded In halves, the one section of 150
ilea north from Daggett to be con
si ructed by the Callfornlans and tho 150
n 6m Callente south to be handled by
Te Utah forces.
V The Utahns will make the Call
vj i'rnlans look like 30 cents In thle con
t, as the former will be at Good
y brings long before the Callfornlans
seas the State line.
Good Springs summit is about midway
J stween the two places. The crowd
roin this end Is now past Vegas, and
only have to work easily along to
oleh their section before December 1.
I ! Columbus, Ohio, May 19, 1903.
le four j'ears ago J was suffering
impure blood and a general run
condition of the system I had no
ite, was losing flesh, and had an att
ired feeling that made me misera
I began the use of S . S. S., and
aking seven or eight bottles my skin
eared of all eruptions and took on a
, healthy glow that assured me that
od had been restored t& its nor
icalthy condition. My appetite was
id, as I could cat anything put be
le, and as I regained my appetite
ascdiu weight, and that "tired feel
yliich worried me so much disap
1, and I was once again my old self,
artily recommend S. S. S. as the
ood purifier and tonic made, and
ly advise its use to all thoseiu need
b medicine Victor Stubbins.
iarthman and Washington Aves.
Wheeling, wTv., May 2S, 1903.
system wus run down aud my joints
and pained me considerably. I had
5. S. S before and knew 'what it
0 I purchased a bottle of it and have
several bottles and the aches and
are gone, my blood has been cleas-
1 my general health built up. lean
to it as a blood purifier and tonic,
i Market St. John C. Stein.
I djs&k you have any
FaNl symPtoms of dis-
mk WS ordered blood
w& 2&. vfrite us and our
tiw, pnysicians will
. advise yo u free.
It IO kK ur kook ou
Llf RV rffi blood and skin
, tj( diseases sent free. .
Mil Swift Specific Company. Atlanta, Ga.
hat's good In footwear you'll find
yo first. With headquarters In
w York city and Boston. It on
bles us to show you novelties In
prtilonabltt boots at leaat one sen
ton ahead of any other dealer In
Vrtwi' Prcst: Anrtm Levitt. Secy,
and 210 Main. Both 'Phones Q95
Puts a piano in 1
"your home. 3
. ttO is all vro ask as tho first I
Payment on a J250 Piano, and $8 9
Per month thereafter payfj tho I
wtancB. This Piano, tho Rem- i
orandt, 1 a beautiful Instrument, I
i WUy guaranteed for ton years. a
' EVERETT DEALERS. S
Carstensen & Amn Co.
Templo of Music. H
L-?4 MAIN STREET.. I
L!!!!!r' t0 Dynea Musla Co.
Unless thft crew from Keasler summit
gets a mighty hustle on the line from
there will not be nearly llnlahed by De
The Utah Construction company now
has but about twenty-fivo miles more to
grade barring the heavy cuts, and will
shortly be in a position to throw Its
purplufl men to the work of widening
banks below Lynn Junction, which is of
even greater importance than complet
ing the line, as tho delay in the Cali
fornia end will mean that even with
tho work completed from thin sldo the
gap cannot be closed.
Tho Utah Construction company al
ready has on the line between Lynn
Junction and Uvada peveral large
forces, and tho work Is being niBlied.
Every three miles a 3000-foot siding is
being graded and laid with Htcel that is
taken up from the old main llnj and re
placed with new aeventy-flve-pound
The work of ballasting the line below
Milford can be pushed nil winter, as the
weather is not severe enough to freeze
up the material. The Leamington cut
off avIU be finished this year, and then
the steam shovel can be moved to a
point near Uvada or Callente, where
there Is ample material.
C. S. Fee is no doubt surprised to hear
of his transfer to tho Santa Fe.
Passenger Traffic Manager Fee of th
Southern Pacific has returned to San
Francisco from Chicago.
S. D. Wine, assistant local freight
agent at Chicago for the St. Paul syn
tom. 1b In tho city. Ho Is on his way to
California for a year's vacation, but is
waiting here for his wlfo. who had to re
turn to Chicago, owing to the Illness of
C. E. Johnson of the Nlclcol Plate Is in
E. Tears of the Vanderbllt lines Is over
from Denver on business-
Amonc tho railroad men In the city Is
C. M. Van Law, who Is city paosenger
ncent of the Missouri Pacific at Denvor.
He is accompanied by his wife, and their
visit is a sad one, as their son is lying at
St. Mark's hospital very 111 from appen
dicitis. Frank Groesbeck Is welcomed home by
his many friends. While away ho heard
of his fathor's death In Peru, and natur
ally his trip was saddened and cut short.
The Southwestern Limited of tho St.
Paul road Is tho bost train out of Chi
cago these duys. It Is tho now train over
the cut-off to Kansas City.
The Santa Fe still holds tho proud po
sition of the lonpest railroad In tho Unit
ed States under one distinct management.
Local officials stato they havo heard
nothing of any strike on tho Southorn
The Now York Commercial has Just
found out that the Salt Lake Routo and
Santa Fe havo a trackage agreement. It
was rnado a year apo and covers ninety
six miles from Daggett to Colton. A slx
mlle stretch of tho Southern Pacific will
also bo used.
Treasurer Ferd K. Rulo of tho Salt
Lake Routo papscd through yesterday
en routo to California.
Sparks, Reno. Tonopah, Callente, four
Nevada towns on the boom.
Charles Parsons, once president of the
R W. fc O., Is dead In New York.
R. J. Laws, superintendent of the Sac
ramento division. Southern Pacltlc,
chopped dend In his car yesterday after
lu-arlui: of the bad wreck on tho road.
He suffered from heart disease and ex
citement was tho came of his death.
Tho Lucln cut-off It. paying for itsolf
these days. Never as there been such a
rush of traffic and via the old route tho
road would have been swamped.
The camp at the Vegas ranch Is becom
ing pretty lively.
All work on the Salt Lake Route from
this end of tho line will be completed on
time. , -
Tho Rio Grande had a heavy westward
PEMBINA, Md., Oct. 20. Fire which
broke out In thi business section of Old
Pembina caused damage which Is estl
iiMiled at $1(W,av, with partial insurance.
MONTPELIER, Vt., Oct. 20. A resolu
tion disapproving of reciprocity with
Canada was adopted by the House today
LAKE MOITONK, N. Y., Oct. a). To
day s session of the Mohonk Indian con
vention was devoted to the consideration
of problems In the Philippines.
NEW YORK, Oct. 20. Tho local agents
of the Spanish Royal Mall steamer Buen
os Ayres, which has been reported more
than threo days overdue at Havana, said
today that they feel no apprehension re
garding the vessel's safety.
TRENTON. N. J., Oct. 20. Papers were
llled with the Secretary of State today
providing for tho carrying out of the plan
of merger of tho American Tobacco com
pany, the Consolidated Tobacco company
and the Continental Tobacco company.
CHICAGO. Oct. 30. Tho theft of Jew
elry valued at SI0C0 lias been reported to
the Chicago police by IT. D. Illrsh of San
Francisco, He said the Jewels were
stolen from his wife while coming to Chi
cago from Cleveland, O.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 20 The Colonial Dames
of America did honor at tho World's fair
today to their national president, Mrs.
Herbert A. Clarborno of Richmond, Vo.
The arrangements Included a luncheon, a
reooplloti and a meeting.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 20 -Willi the ar
rival of tho battleship Massachusetts at
tho League Island navy yard, prepara
tions were begun to repair tho formidable
squadron of war vessels at tho navy yard,
so thuy can be mobilized next December.
NEW YORK, Oct. 20. Tho annual ro
porl of tho Pacific Coast company for the
year ended Juno 30, Issued today, shows
total earnings of So,C'Cr.,.9T2. an Increase of
J290.21S; total expenses, 5I.717.JVI3. an in
crease of $323.1G; not earnings. $1,185,020, a
decrease of $2ri,!MS. The .surplus for the
year, after paying dividends and other
dlmrces, is ?1,717,257
TiOONVILLE. Tnd., Oct. 20. William
Jennings Bryan made speeches today at
Lincoln City, lluntlngburpr, English and
Corydon. nnd tho Indiana tour eloped lo
nlght at tho park between New Albany
and Jcffersouvllle, opposite Louisville, Ky.
CHICAGO. Oct. 20. The enactment of a
Federal law to prevont desecrating tho
American flag and caricaturing tho uni
form of the soldier has been advocated
by Urlg.-Gen. Frederick Funston nt a
banquet of the Illinois society. Sons of
WASHINGTON, Oct. 20. Tho total
uiimlKT of money orders IshuccI by this
Government during tho last fiscal year
passed Ue W.000.000 mark for the first tlmo
In history, us shown by tho annual report
of tho superintendent of the money order
sjslern The net revonuo of "tho money
order business was $2,f2S,403, an increnso
I I I I II I t i I I I H Kill
NOTABLE DEAD OF DAY J
4HKHH M M M -M KHt
NEW YORK, Oct. 20. Charles Parsons,
who had been at the head of many rail
roads, and one of the moat prominent
financiers of tho country. Is dead at his
homo here from heart dlsoaso.
Killed by railing Tree,
SEATTLE, Wash.. Oct. 20. Joseph
Shea, an uudor-cutter In a logging camp
at Kangloy, was caught by a falling
tree today r.nd Instantly killed. Nothing
13 known of his relatives.
4 WOMAN'S NERVES,
A THRILLING INCIDENT IN THE
HISTORY 01? A HOME.
Health Wrecked "by Burden of
Ansdoty. Ordinary Medicines Did
Not Help. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
Some important facts bearing on an
exciting: event which occurred In Janu
ary of 1903 have recently been brought
to light. At that time. It will bo re
called, an employee was reported to
have made an attempt to slab his em
ployer, Mr. J. A. Wyatt. Tho murder
ous purpose fortunately failed, and the
courts disposed of the legal aspects of
tho case. The public oxcltcmcut died
down, but the- matter had other grave
results, which for a long tlmo threat
ened to make It a tragedy. Mrs. Wyatt,
who had been prostrated by anxiety for
her husband, did not recover from tho
severe shock to her nervous system,
nnd the doctors In charge of tho case
exerted themselves in vain to help her.
To a reporter who visited her home at
No. 1189 Seventh street, Des Moines,
Iowa, Mrs. Wyatt described her condi
tion at this time, ns follows:
"My solicitude was so great that it
affected my heart and then my stom
ach. I hud pain in the region of the
heart, palpitation and shortness of
breath, so that I could not walk very
fast. My head ached very badly, and I
was finally seized with vomiting spells
whenever I took any food. A doctor was
called who pronounced the trouble gas
tritis, but he gave me no relief. Then
I tried a second doctor without benefit.
By this time I hnd become very weak.
I could not keep the most delicate
broth on my stomach, and at the end of
a month I was scarcely more than skin
and bone, and Avas really starving to
"I don't look now like a woman just
ready to die, do I? Well, I owe the re
covery of my health to a very simple
circumstance. One day when I was
down-hearted at the failure of every
thing that had been done for me I re
called how much benefit my sister hud
got from Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and
I decided to take them In placo of the
doctor's medicine. They helped me
right away. In four days I could take
weak lea and crackers. In two weeks I
was able to leave my bed. Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills were the only thing that
checked the vomiting, and ns soon as
that was stopped my other difficulties
left me. I have a vigorous appellle now
and am able to attend to all the duties
of my home"
Not only great anxieties, but small
daily worries use up nervous force, and
in multitudes of such cases every organ
of the body finally gets out of order, for
the nerves supply the vital energy to
every part. Cases like these do not
yield to- ordinary medicines. They arc
reached and promptly cured by Dr.
Williams Pink Pills for Pale People,
because these marvelous pills act at
once on the blood and supply It with
nourishing elements that are carried to
every nerve m the body.
The way to feel well, and to be well,
is to keep the blood pure and rich. The
remedy that does that the most quickly,
thoroughly, and cheaply Is Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills. They are sold by all
The St. Nicholas Hotel
Io now open. European rates, 75 cents
a day and up. Corner West Second
South and West Temple, over P. J.
Hill Drug Co.
1H date 1 1
229 MAIN STREET.
'hob Opened a
, Open day &rd nUht. Tel. 001-T.
Tray Orders Solicited.
J HAPPENINSS hltm
SKAGEN, Denmark.. Oct. 20. Tho ves
sels of the Russian Baltic sea licet ar
rived hero this morning and anchored In
LONDON. Oct. 20. 'The American
navy, may l(a glory never grow less,"
wore tho words In which King Edward
toasted his naval guests at the luncheon
at Buoklngham palace today.
BRUSSELS. Oct. 20. AH difficulty In
reference to the erection of the Andrew
Carnegie palace of peace has been sat
LONDON. Oct. 20. King Edward today
entertained at luncheon at Buckingham
palace tho officers of the American war
ships now at Gravescnd. the guests in
cluding Rear-Admiral Jewell, command
ing tho European squadron of tho North
DOVER, Eng., OcU 20,-r-The Hamburg
American line steamer Pretoria, from
New York October (3, erroneously re
ported by a news agency In the United
States im not yet having reached port,
arrived here today. She was delayed by
' Condition of the Treasury.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 20.-Todays state
ment of tho treasury balances In tho
general fund exclusive of the 51GO.000.000
gold reserve In I ho division of redemp
tion, shows- Available cash balance.
$H7,01S,t'j6: gold, S7n.150.G71.
Contract for Tunnol Awarded.
PUEBLO. Colo.. Oct. 20. Tho Tayloi
Mooro Construction company of Texas
has been awarded the contract for tho
construction of the Gunnison tunuol hi
western Colorado. The tunnel will carry
water Tor Irrigation purposes.
To Unveil Two Monuments.
SEATTLE. Wash , Oct. 20. Tho Wash
ington university State Historical soclotv
and a larco number of excursionists left
tonight for San Junn Island, where two
monuments, commemorating the settle
ment of the boundary trouble between tho
American and British Governments will
bo unveiled tomorrow. Both nations will
have warships there
Will solve the problem I
where a coffee-
drinker is js
Get the. famous little book, "The 5
Road to Wellvlllo," In cuch pkg.
Pj TIME TABLE
gQ IB Effcat
ARRIVE. 1 ' S
pTom Ogden, Portland. .
Butte, San Francisco. Chi
cago, St. Louis, Omaha,
and Denver St2&a-m.
Prom Ogden and lntermc-dl-ate
points 9:10 a.m.
From Ogdcn, Cache Valloy,
and intermediate points.... 1.1XOO 3.KL
From Ogdon, Chicago, St.
Louis. Kansas City, Oma
ha, Denver and San Fran-
From Opden, Cacho Valloy,
Butte. Portland and San
Francisco - yrS&p.m.
For Offdon, Omaha, Chicago,
Denver, Kansas City an
St. Louis WSJU Bum,
For Ogden, Portland, Butte,
San Francisco and lntcrmc
dlato polntn sQiXAJ -TlU
For Ogden, Omaha, Chicago,
Donver, Kansas City, St.
Louis and San Francisco.. lICo pan,
For Ogden, Cacho Valloy,
Denver, Kansas City, Orao
ha, St. Louie and Chicago.. Sr2&7 pJ2U
For Ogden. Cacho Valley,
Butte. Helena, Portland,
Ban Francisco and lntcrme-
diato points SklS Jm,
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Troffio Mgr.
D. E. BURLEY. G. P. & T. Aj .
D. S. SPENCER, A. G. P. t T, 'M
lty TickctQfncc 201 Main Htrw.
The State Bank of Utah
Corner Main and South. Temple St3.
Salt Lake City.
JOSEPH F. SM3TJ President.
WILLIAM 3. PRESTON, Vice-President
CMARLEB S. BURTON, Cashier.
HENRY T. 31' E WAN, Asst. CaDhler.
GENERAL- SAIsTKING BUSINESS.
AccountB Solicited. Special attention to
country trade. Correspondence lnvJt
J. E. CosgrlfT, Pres. E. W. Wlleon. Caahlor
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
J. J. Daly, W. P. Noblo. Vice-Presidents.
A, H. Peabody, Ass't Cashier.
1 . - . 1
WELLS, FARGO & CO. BANK
Salt Lako City, Utah.
Tho Oldest and Cirongcst Bonis In Utah-Capital.-.
Surplus , ...ni.S79.000,
Undivided profits . I
Tronijactg a general banking business,
domestic and foreign.
Direct connections with bprtm la UI
principal cltien of tho world.
Drafta, ) On an
Letters of Credit, prominent
Telegraphic Transfers. J cltleo
Doposlta received subject to checlt.
H. L. MILLER, Cashier.
H. P. CLERIC. Asst. Coshlor.
ESTABLISHED 100 OFFICESv
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
Q. DUN & CO.,
The Mercantile Agency.
GEORGE RUST, Genoral Manager,
Utah, Idaho and Wyoming.
Offlco in Progress bids-. Salt Lako City.
CAPITAL FULLY PAJD, 5200.000.00.
RAiiT T-AOCra CITY, UTAH,
Establfshod 1J). Inccirporatx 303.
Transact a General Banking runess.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
JESEEOST NATIONAL BAK
UNITED STATES DEP O BITAUT.
Salt Lako City, Utah.
Capitol, ?500,000 Surplus, $250,000
L. 8. HXLLS, MOSES THATCHER,
H. S. YOUNG, E. S. H3LLS.
Cashier. Anat. Cashior.
Safe deposit boxes for rent.
NATIONAL BANK OF
U. S DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX ,..IrwildenJ
JAMES A. MURRAY Vloe-Presldenc
W. F. ADAMS Caahlej
CAPITAL PAID IN. S300.000.
Banking In all Its branches tranaaoted,
Exchaugo drami on tho principal cities
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
lcCOnNICK & CO.e
Salt Lake City, Uteli
SI posltivo and permanent euro lor
drunkenness and the opium diseases.
There is no publicity. w alckncas. Ladlca
treated an prlvatoly aa at their own
homes. Tho Koeley Institute. U4 W, 3a,
Temple, Bait Lako City. Utah.
Ssofl's Sanfal-Pepsin Capsules
jgfljS A POSITIVE CURE
ljr( Vm JTorTDflrvmnmtlon orCfitorrhof
Kijv in tho Bind Jor end DlMtMil Kli2
ttife1 tkne'9- HO CUBE BO PAT. Ourca
ifelffiw! v5- Rlncklr and permnnvntlr the
Pjk) ;) IjlTromt CKa of Qonarrhota
ifxz rand Slct, no matter oi bow
-jiraftev long fitondinfr, Absolute
vsS2SS;' arnl,N Sold by drujjlata.
ftfi.T jL rrlce 01,00. or b7 mall, rat
ffige&rh J. 91-00. 3 boxes, Q17o.
mATHE SANTAL-PEPSIH GO.
V'iS UlIoJontiilao, Ohio.
S J. HILL DRUG CO.. Salt Lalto City.
I WHICH ROAD WILL YOU TAKE? j
l 1 the shortest and most'popular-route
I fA NATURAL PICTURE GALLERY ALL"THE WAY.
jji CO hoars going. 40 honrs returnlptllroagh tho. grainiest i
'i scenery on tho American Continent
t '" I
I Tfee Exposition Flyer. j
To St. Louis without chance of cars 1
Leave Salt Lako 3:15 p. m. dally arriving at St. Loui3-6:00 f
v p. m. second day. - fc
I Compare these figures beforo-accepting the claims-of our
I 02sTE HUNDRED' THOUSAND TOURISTS ANNUALLY
Testify that the Rio Grande is the only-way when you travel tor !
I THAT'S -T7HY WE GET THE- BUSINESS- I
I First class dining-car eerv ice. Through Pullmaniandi:otn.
I 1st sleepers. Free reclining chair-cars.
I See any Rio Grande Agent for further particulars. i
i THRO' THE SCENIC ROCKIES TO
I ST. LOUIS WITHOUT CHANGE ; $
m Leaving Salt Luke City nt 3:15 p. m.
.ivriving in World's Fair Citv at 7:19 a. in.
ffi With six hours in Denver.
1 . . . 1
p Surelj', this is Ihc-idiiai arrangement for your
World's fair trip. Improve the opportunity hy avail-
ing yourself of it while 1he rates are low. For do- j
tailed information write today to .
E- T- 2esle:n" General Agent,
P IBiiMH 79 W SEC0:N:D S0UTH ST-
W Kferfl Salt Lake City.
'j DOCTOR COOK n?D,Boaa'B
paOSTATIO TROUBLES jtigSL 1TEBVOUS DEBUJ5TX
J ?ornlonCdhna m Curen aulck and radical in f
; krinto.oW m 1 Ahymyom --
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?ttfm hnS M$m cured by my now prooesa; all ;
tention from buslneoa. gggMtf dlsnsroeablc BjTnptoma soon
"WAfSTING- WEAKNESS 1$ disappear completely and
, k ata forever; it 1b safe, palnlosa I
Time of oure, 10 to CO daya, riV Wf mand bloodless. An abealttto '
by my original, very elmplo TV y W??KHcuro rruaranteed.
" remedy (uecd exclusively by fatAyLJ&fiji
meO . ffpWMiW BLOOD POISON '
' PRIVATE DISEASES WS Everj- vestige of polsosur-
l , moved from syetem without t
i cured tn 8 to 10 dau, wlthoot Ni uyjit nld of mercary or potiuih.
the Ufl9 of poujonous druga. x' 1
i ConsultaUon Is free and tnvltad, and In consulting: mo you may be auro that
' nothing that sclenco can devlBe or skill perfect has been left undone to afford Ej
t you a apeedv, safo and permanent euro. y
I WRITE ino In full confldenoo, explninlnff your troubles an they appear to
i you and receive by return mall my honest and candid opinion of your case. g
I Put up and s
t Your umbrella -when It I
rains and when, it stops. '
i Wo have a fine line of
L them at very reasonable
I prices, and thoy all look I
B good. I
New aud cloguul In ull lUi nppotntmontA.
ISO roonuu dnglo or en aulte, CJ rooms wlU
IF YOU'VE BEEN' BITTEN
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I the wav.
Utah Commercial & Savings Bank
( 22-24 Eaat First South, Salt Lako City '
'i " w.mla jawawm !' mi i na
The LagooE Road H
Salt Lako & Ogdon Railway.
Timo Tablo in Effect Sept. 0, 1904. '
LEAVE SALT LAKE. C:S0 and 9 a.
2:30 und C:S0 p. m.
LEAVE FARMINGTON AND LA
GOON, 7:80 nnd 10 a. m.. 4.30 and 6:30 p. m.
Extra' trains at 11 a. m. and 1:20 p. m. ou
Sundays and holidays.
A. D. PIEHSON, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
J. B. BEAN. Excursion ARt. fM
OFFICE. 151 2AJLN ST.
In Effect October 9, 1904. IM
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY. M
No. 10 For IJeber, Provo and HH
Marysvale S:00 a. m. fM
No. 102 For Park City S:15 a, n lH
Iso.. 6 For Denver and Eaat.... 8:50 a. m
No. & For Ofidcn and Weat 10:60 a. m
No. 1 For Ojjden and" West .... 1:45 p. m.
No. 2 For Denver and East .... 3:16 p. m HH
No. 8 For Provo and Eureka... C:00 p. m. IHfl
No. 11 For Oyden and local pla 6:05 p. m. HH
No. 4 For Denver and East.... 8:05 p. m, IW
No. 3 For Ocdcn and West. ...11. 10 p. m.
No. 112 For BinKham 8:10 a. m. M
No. 114 For Blncham 3:00 p. m. HH
ARRIVE AT SALT LuVKE CITY. HI
No. 6 From Ogden and tho Eaat 8:40 a. rn. IHI
No. 12 From Ogden and local pta 10:25 a, xn. HH
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo.l0:00 a. m, IDRfl
No. C From Denver and East.. 10:40 a. m. BH
No. 1 From Denver and East.. 1:35 p m. 1h
No. 2 From ORdcn and Weat... 3:30 p, m. lUlH
. No. 101 From Pari: city 5:15 p. m. MM
No. 9 From Heber, Provo and Rifl
Marysvale 6:00 p. m. BflH
No. 4 From Ogden iiid tho West 7A5 p. m. WM
No. 3 From Denver and East.. .11:) p. m. tMm
No, 113 From Bingham 10:M a, m. WtM
No. 110 From Elngham 5:40 p. uu DJH
A.11 train except Nos. 1 to C stop at in- HI
tcrmcdlatc points. EHI
Ticket office, Dooly Block. HI
Phono 205. WM
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Ban Pedro, Los An- $c?Tiy tt
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From Oregon Short Line depot. Salt Lako $S
For Provo. Lohl, Fairfield and jK
Nephl, Mantl and points on if
Sanpete Valley Ry 7:30 a.m, (
For Garfield Beach, Tooclo, ill
Stockton, Mammoth. Eu- jlj,
rcka, and Silver City v 98&0 cuuu MR
For Provo, American Fork, jl
Lehl, Juab. Milford, Frl&co, V
Callentos and lntermediato
points 6:045 p.m. ig
From Provo, American Fork, ffi
Lehl. Juab,, Milford, Frisco, jja
Calltntoa and lntermediato jju
points 95 a.m. MV
iFrom Provo, Lehl, Fairfield, f
Mercur and Sanpeto Valley 8J
Ry. points 55 p.m. jJJ
.From Silver City, Mammoth, 3
Eureka, Stockton, Tooole J
and Garneld Beach 5i35 p.m. ff
Daily Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Ser- f
-lce between Salt Lako, Milford, Modenr. j
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Dtreot stae connections for all mining rfl
dlaYicta in southern Utah and Nevada. f
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Streaf !
TeJephono 250. jjl
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Gen'l Pxleu. ArL LlsL F&aa..Act Hfl
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Through car, Salt Lako City $A) St. fft
Louis and Kansao City. Only one can' IE
to New York, Buffalo and principal polnu Ih
East low rates for summer travel. IK'
Especial attention to ladles and chlN m
Tourist sleepera through to Chicago, jjj
Boston and othor points without change.
Two trains daily. Uy
Inquire at ticket office, 105 Looly block. Ei
Bait Lake City. Any Information cheer- Jffif
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Clieap Rates to IS
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