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, W rnrpsDAT MORNING, OCTOBRK 25, 1904. TJdLK ISALiT 1-AJLUU T0JUJ5. PAGE .NIK.
Welti iL J : , ' . tji
I. ELECTS BOARD
dicates a Continuance of.
Friendly Relations With
Ater 'Has Two Out of .Nine Names
on Board of Utah Property Con
trolled by Gould Interests.
The annual meeting of the slockhold-
of the Rio Grande Western railway
held In the company's offices here
terdav, the meeting being conducted
Vice-President Schlacks and Counsel
P value, who came from Denver
- me purpose. The majority of the
,ck was represented and the old
nrd Vai re-elected, consisting of
orge J. Gould. Frank J. Gould. How
i nould E T. Jeffcry, C. H. Schlacks.
f Fferce. R. M. Gallaway, E. H.
Irrlman and Mortimer L. Schlff The
hn-Loeb interest? are represented n
last two names, while the Gould
irSti "e represented In the other
This Indicates a continuance of the
,lcable arrangement between the two
ds and. taken In connection with the
division on the Union Pacific
mid Indicate a friendly settlement of
itters at Issue between the rival rys-ns.
8. & V. & T. IS BOUGHT,
' Wi Southern Pacific Gets the Line From
$-t D. 0. Mills.
Isk 1 For week9 na8t Tne Tr,bunc has been
fcommenting on the railroad situation
Itt fpround Reno and it has been pointed
hit! ftut that the threat to build- the Keeler
't P-oJave line was one step toward the
k. purchase of lha Virg'.na & Truekee by
the Southern Pacific. Should the South-
fern Pacinc build from Keeler It would
ZlBhave ruined Reno and placed Tonopah
Hin the hands of the Los Angelea Jobber.
It has Just been announced that the
mfsouthern Pacific has purchased the V
T. line, thus proving the success of
f R'ls P'ans The llne l7 to be stre,,elh
'feiied and rectified to allow fast train
jj ftcrvlce from Reno to Tonopah. the C.
j C. and the Tonopah roads to be made
jfstandard. as recently announced.
"f'The line from Keeler to Mojave will
:21rot be bulU
I DENVER TO THE COAST,
lolorado Man Springs Now Air Line
' Project Through This State.
F E. Pettlnglll of New York backs It.
rhe Denver Post publishes the details,
t looks like a hot air road rather than
a air line, but the statements made
ire none the lees interesting. Mr. Fet
Ingill states positlely that the money
or the road haB been secured and that
;ontracts will be let. The road will run
Urect from Denver to Monterey, tra
versing the southern part of Utnh,
ivhere It will get Immense tonnage from
:he "steel mills Senator Lewis Is to
The Denver Post glve3 great space to
:he story, but all the facts are at vari
ance with the usual methods adopted
ty railroad builders and so the devel
pments will have to be far advanced
aefore the public will become deeply interested.
SALT LAKE SHOPS.
K Rio Grando Plans as Detailed by
lf Vice-President SchlackB.
flfl . Vice-President Schlacks of the Rio
iQ3 I Granac system, referring to the recent
statements made as to the local shops,
lx& wld yesterday that while it is true the
coach work Is now over for the season
jl and the men are no longer required,
4 f u. WUJ thc cause of l,ie reduction In
'i 2e 0ce, tl,at the locomotive machine
;;J laops are running full time both here
Ulflfcu at Burnham. and there is no lnten
nW?' of maklg any reduction. Right
IjK now' In the Salt Lake shops? are several
? nBines from the Colorado lines which
.! rrMu for seneral repairs. Mr. Schlacks
-.Sit urlhr slates that Salt Lake is not go
JKl ,nE to b? harmed In any way In matters
Pertaining to the operation of the Rio
rande system and that time will show
1 such Is the case.
l WIRE TO LAS VEGAS.
1 Salt Lake Route Establishes an Office
J J and Train Service.
i The wires of the Salt Lake Route
gtlrti ,nQ WeHlern Union have reached Lag
neKa5' 0Xcr 450 ,n,lcs trom Salt Lake.
Tt ithr. r",1 ha 1jec'n stalled there and
-i la .fv ,Sl.rue.tl0" dePttrLmenl has put in
iffiSim,1 a,nd w,n no d0UDt "main thc
ISe TLal1 ,?Vlnter' as lt well
iS m?Ka.nd,lht c,,mats ideal. Ax there
' ;.i jMlaUon for a long time to come.
m& Railroad Notes.
V v?n SparkH 1,ave great future.
iMsnnlK'nt Bone, oft goeti out to
lim t? the SalL Lake ''vision.
B'Ton?,(i11,Vlns betwcei1 ne nd
roadlns 300 SOme renl ran"
lli-'ha retu .np. Salt Lake Route,
SlRKcneto tw .fro,M CaUnte, having
P5k tne n 12, ln tho year, but, with all
be movcj"8'""' tha frclGbt trains cannot
J ilSre In'Su,:'?"6'' aB had it,
jMWt atlrrlnt history of Nevada,
Thc Southern Pacific now controls, cr
has a largi Interest In, every mile of
railroad In the State or. Nevada, excopt
the Eureka & Palisade. Nv.ula Central
and Nevada, California & Oregon, three
very .small roads. As it liaa been nn-nounc-d
that thc Western Pacific Is after
the last-named, that may also fall to the
Vice-President Schlacks went ca3t, on
No. 2. '
Thc Colorado fc Southern will connect
Uh Colorado and Wyoming syatfms, which
now are many miles apart.
J. Rosn Clark of Los Angeles, a brother
of Senator W. A. Clark, and with the
latter an official of the Salt Lake & Los
Anselcs railroad, stated at thc Palace yes
terday that the company lins Just or
dered from Eastern manufacturers fifty
locomotives to coat a total of about $500.
0CO, and MO box, stock and coal ars for
a total of sVSSO.COO. This Sl,330,00 for new
rolling slock Is In addition to the orde.
for eluht now passenger trains to cost
an apKresjate 0f abo:it JSCO.000, which was
mentioned last week. Mr Clark sajs
the company already has fifty locomotives
and quite a large number of frelsht and
passenger cars. San Francisco Examiner.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 21 II. A. Taylor
Acting Secretary of tho Treasury. Issued
a statement !n which the utterance of
Judge Parker, saying that ho was refused
Information from tho department. Is pro
ROCKPORT. Mass., Oct. 2-1. Thc cruis
er Colorado finished at 12:55-30. This, ac
cording to shore time. Indicates a speed of
more than 22.35 knots.
BOSTON. Oct. 21. Thc Episcopalian
house of deputies today concurred in thc
amendments to the divorce canon as made
by the house of bishops, with no debate
and with hardly a dissenting vote.
CHICAGO. Oct. 2. Frederick Schorn, 7S
years old, and his dnughtcr. Cecelia, 30
years old, have been found dead at their
homo from gas asphyxiation. A rubber
tube connected with a gas stove was de
tached. It is thought 'the deaths were
FORT WORTH, Tex.. OcL 24. It Is re
ported hero that Judge J. F. Cooper of
this city has tendered to President Roose
velt his resignation as a member of tho
Supreme court of the Philippines.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 21. Thc United
States Supreme court today granted the
motion to advance the case of United
States Senator Joseph R. Burton of Kan
sas to November 2S. At that lime thc
court will also pass upon thc petition for
a writ of certiorari.
LANSING. Mich.. Oct. 24. Upon appli
cation of E. Bennet's Sons, extensive
manufacturers of stoves and farm Imple
ments, the affairs of that corporation were
today placed In the hands of the Detroit
Trust company, which will continue the
business with a view to liquidating all lia
bilities. WASHINGTON. OcL 24. Thc Supreme
court of the United States today refused
to grant the petition of F.' Augustus
Heln.e for a writ of certiorari In the case
of Helnzo vs. tho Butte & Boston Con
solidated Mining company. The case In
volves title to the Snohomish and Tram
way mines near Butte. Mont.
NEW YORK. Oct. 24 The hearing be
fore thc Interstate Commerce commission
on the charges brought by William Ran
dolph Hoarst, alleging collusion on the
part of the coal-carrylnc; railroad com
panies and maintaining the price at tide
water, was resumed today ln this city.
WASHINGTON. Oct 21 Temporary
structures for the health and accommo
dation of thc marines on the Isthmus of
Panama are neccH.sar if thc battalion Is
to be retained there, says Brlg.-Gen
George F. Elliott, commandant of tho
Marino corps, ln his annual report, made
On the Pacific Slops. X
-H M M M M M H M M M
BELLiNGHAM. Wash., Oct. 24 The
Ilr3t order for lumber for the Panama
can.il construction has been received by
Belllngham mills and it Is said to be the
forerunner for enormous quantities re
quired on the Isthmus. A little more than
2.000 000 feet wlll.be supplied ln thc Initial
DANVILLE. Wash.. Oct. 21. Thc of
fice of tho Vesuvius Coal company has
been wrecked by an explosion of dyna
mite. The office was wrecked immediate
ly after the foreman and a few other
employees of the company had been dis
missed for various reasons.
. SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 24. Thc United
Slates gunboat Bennington has been or
dered south to Join tho squadron In com
mand of Admiral Goodrich now at Mag
dalcna bay. The Bennington will leave
here on Friday
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 21. Vice-President
Corral of Mexico today received a
number of official visitors and afterward
made a tour of Inspection of thc city,
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 21. William
Hlnrlchs. a passenger on the steamer
City of Pucbla. was arrested upon tho
arrival of tho steamer here today at the
request of the police of Seattle.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. Oct. 21. Pi;lnco
Aziz Hassan, nephew of thc Sultan of
Turkcv and a cousin by marriage to tho
Khcdi'vo of Egypt, has arrived hero. He
bus been making a tour of tho country
and Is about to sail from here to thc
DYING BOY HIDDEN.
Afraid to Allow His Playmates to
Take Him' Home.
MOUNT TLEASANT, Mich., Oct 21.
After Arthur BurwaKh, 8 years old, had
bc-on fatally shol, he Insisted that his
playmates. John Burns and Clydo Har
vey, hide him ln the woods, fearing to
bo carried home. "Three times John
Burns went to the placo where thc boy
was hidden to see If he was dead.
John Burns, who Is 10 years old, Is In
Jail here. He declared today that tho
shoolliu; was an accident. Burns said
that Burwash was foollnc with his
(Bums's) cun when it was accidentally
dlschiirKed, tho chnrgcentorlng tho boy's
thigh ami nearly severing the leg.
"Arthur ivouldn t let us carry him
home.'' Burns said, "and he wouldn't let
us brim? anybody to see Ho was afraid.
"So Clyde and mo carried him bohlnd a
trco In tho woods. Ho fainted, but wo
thought he was dead. We run away.
"I went back to see him alone, and ho
was alive, but awful weak. Ho didn't
want me to tell anybody.
"Twice more I went back to seo him.
and he wasn't dead yet.'
Burnfl kept the secret, but Clyde Har
vev, a vounger Dov, finally broke down
and told some of the searchers tliat Ar
thur Bnrwanh was shot and that Burns
knew whero he was. It wan not until
Burns discovered that Harvey had told
of the affair that ho led a searching par
ty to the Injured boy's hiding place. Tho
llttlo follow lived only on hour after be
Death Came Suddenly.
T A COMA, Wash., Oct. 21. Mrs F.lvlna
Lovoen, while out In a sailboat off Ptilnt
Defiance yesterday Was struck by tbo
boom pf tho main sail .and knocked over
board. Sho was rescued and taken homo
whoro she appeared to recover from the
effects of the accident, but later in tlui
night death camo suddenly. It Is thought
from heart dlHcasc, aggravated by tho
i MrsL. C. Glover, Vice Pres. Milwaukee,!.
Wis., Business Woman's Association, is
another one of the million women who
have been restored to health by using
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mc, but after experimenting for several months, my husband became dis
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Vegetable Compound. Yours very sincerely, MK9. L. C Glovkk, 014 Grove
SU, Milwaukee, Wis." Yicc President, Milwaukee Business Woman's Ass'n.
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J POLITICS AT LARGE J
LINCOLN, Neb.. Oct. LN. Joseph Polk,
Democratic candidate for Governor of
Missouri, came to Nebraska today to
moke two speeches In support of the Fu
sion ticket. This afternoon he addressed
a larce crowd In this city.
12SOPUS. N. Y.. Oct. 2J.-Judgo Parker
today laid aside the Issues usually dis
cussed In national political contests and
addressed flvo delegations composing a
crowd of several hundred persons on the
general topic of campaign practices and
SPOKANE. Wash.. Oct. 21. Thomas II.
Tibbies. Pooplo's party nominee for Vice
President, Is In Spokane today.
MASS1LLON. O.. Oct. 21. As thc train
bearing William J. Bryan pulled out of
New Philadelphia two veterans bearing
large American Hags dipped (ho emblems
ln salute for the speaker while three or
four engines tooted whistles.
WHEDLING. W. Vn.. Oct. 21. William
J. Bryan spoke to a large crowd early
today In front of the hotel Windsor. Mr.
Bryan said that ihc money (ucstlon wns
not tha paramount Issue at this time and
that Imperialism was what threatened
tne people of this country now moro tnan
any other one thing.
United States Tug Ashore.
SAN FRANCISCO Oct. 21 -The United
States tuc IJnandllla ran ashore today
at Clilna Cove on Angle Island. Sovenil
unsuccessful attempts to lloat her have
I HAPPENINGS ABR3AD J
GEN. OKL'S HliADQL' RTERS Fri
day, Oct. 21, Via Fusan. Oct 21 -While
clearing the field near tho village of
Shakhe tho Japanese found nine aban
doned Russian guns. Their condition has
not been reported.
LONDON. Oct. 21.-Lady"Dllke. wife of
Rt Hon. Sir Charles Wentworth Dlllce
died suddenly today at her residence ln
Working as tho rosult of a rupture of a
blood vessel. Sho was born September 2,
ST. PETERSBURG, Oct. 21. -Tho of
flclal returns of the Russian losses rr
celved up to date do not exceed thirty
thousand. Gen. Sakharoff telegraphs that
there was no lighting during the night
of October 23-21.
What sort of grocers keep
Wideawake ones ; reliable
SchiMinc'i licit ii a cock! foot-rulo to meajure
your jrocer uilh.
iT HIGGSNS, M. D.,
U $ BPBCZAIiIBT. B
i v&W. n SClcroscoplo exA AaaJyUo Thyalclan. P
Eg TWMaBnjl$f CURES Fltfl, Nivons Weakncso, Ncu- ft
w $YSwtfr r&lcJn, Varlcoc-le, Wonk Spine, Bilious- V,
1 -wTffl JB l9wKr noao, Oravol, fers Byoa, Luna Dlacaaes. v
D fij fflJw Tape Worm. Dyapepeln, Liver and Kid- E
I niltalvlL. fra!W faf ny Complaint, Se&fnean, Catarrh, Bry- j
I MQrRrWrVK" V 8lpIiWt, Old Uores, Uorofula, RUnv-By,m, H
a WtfHwnwfij Hu HUff iSomia. Plica In tbclr worm ..vm.
3 i HKyTfl 1. Thoao aftllctod vlth Epllopsy or Flto con
1 l ,-jdbffw m J bo permanently cured. a
1 S30aW!2v lltu By tho aid of tho Microscope we can 0c- V
yjwSA ect Calcut, Cancorous Matter, Carbonnie
9 yflCSbv M3w IS 6 Llmo, Albumen, and all cxtranoous J
B 4B2K3Hi. ySr I j9 ubB.anceB mixed with tho Urlno or "i
2 ffWtf3t?m jgp&nrrf "Sr Blood. Thla Is the nclentltlo principle
I ' P?T I fV "5i ' rcatn' "Chronlo Diseases. '
' ' tRi Can bfl found at Ma offlac, St, Elmo Hn- t
V o, 7 str tel. Irom 10 a, m. to 4 p. 'sq. Iooma 17, is
mJUf and 1$, 7 to 9 p. m.
VV 2 SHE KNOWLBDOB CP DISWSH IS
HALF ITS CURE. J
ii ii hi m inm H?ln 18 niiti swjuv qiLMwN' KN Mnajji'i ( -
j $10.00 I
I puts a piano in
1 your home.
?10 is all we ask es the flrnt
2 payment on a J2G0 Piano, and ?8
5 per month thereafter pays the I
balance. This Piano, the Rem- j
n brandt. Is a lpeautlful instrument,
6 fully guaranteed for ten years. j
i EVERETT DEALERS. I
I Carstcnsen & Anson Co. j
S (Incorporated.) E
S Temple of Mualc B
..?4 MAIN STREET.. I
Succennors to Daynes Muslo Co. E
1 11 'I'ff'i.i .jyTfr1--! ' ' 1 1 mull i a
?!) NOTICE. ft H
Wo havo Just re- M
vs eelved a paper of Sj
M unmounted diamonds that wc can y
W sell at unusually low prices, In m
Ih llnest quality, which wo will do. I
I Please call and look at them at jj
y once, as they will move fast. Man- t
K ufacturo all kinds of special do- g
signs to order Make over old Jow- 5
ti elry Into up-to-dato designs or ex- v
H change for new, or buy your old t
m. gold. r
U 250 So. Main St A
PjHli)DllEb,$3 Ue-Ulg Ofornnnatural
jffttiSym i u l AijJ3 tlifcharjioi.lnflommatloni,
ijft(y o-r.nti W Irritations or ulcerations
mcSjJ eot io urictor.. ot mucoui incmbranei.
C-ji ivTfiit raDUcka. Pilnlejs, and noi atric
WTHtEVAIISCHEHIMlCa. cent orpolonons.
urrSiV ciNCWKATi.o.ggpl 601,1 y racettJ,
O.B. A. xv-S or ut 'n Pl'T1 wrnppor,
43fe'3tw -rfSffl tr expross, prepaid, fol
g5?CSKFlfl ei,00. nr3bcttle(82.7u.
-1 JiiV'fc Circular cent on rwiu&Jt.
raffiJJ In Ef?a.
fewhfgl June 19, 1904.
FYom Ogden, Portland,
Butte, San Francisco, Chi
cago, SL LouLa. Omaha,
and Denver 8:20 ft.ro.
From Ogdcn and Intermedi
ate points 6:10 euro.
From Ogdcn. Cache Valloy,
and Intermediate points.... 11:55 eum.
From Ogdcn, Chicago, St.
Loulsr Kansas City, Oma
ha, Denver and San Fran
cisco - 4:20 pan.
Froth Ogdcn, Cacho Valley,
Buttel Portland and 8an
Francleco 7t30 p.m.
For Ojdcn, Omaha, Chicago,
Denver, Kansas City and. '
St. Louis 7l00 ft-m.
For Ogdcn, Portland, Butte,
San Francicco and lnterme- s
dlate polnta lOlOO a.zn.
For Ogden, Omaha, Chicago,
Denver, Kansas City, St. ,
Louis and San Francisco.. 1:80 p.m.
For Ogden, Cacho Valley,
Donver, Kansas City. Oma
ha, St. Louis and Chicago.. 9t49 p.XEU
fe"or Ogden, Cacho Valloy,
Butte, Helena, Portland,
Ban Francisco ana lnterme-
dlato points llM P-EH
T. M. SCHUMACHER, TraXflo Mr
D. E. BURLEY. Q. E. & T. A, .
D. B. SPENCER. A. G P. & T. 'A.
2lly Tlckctpj:nce. 201 Main atrest.
tmTOAwll n'RVEL Whirling Spry
tiloS; Uontir.dSurlion. r,t-3a.'
lf.hc csnnot upply tho X'- ltfi&WW,riQ .
aiAItVKIi, ncrept no iy, iV--feN--
olbcr, but send etnruj for K ff ''WAs
lllustrntdKK))c-i'l"l. ItclTes )f H '-'riff
IullpartIcitlriiinddlrcctloii(iln. fjHf- M
7UB.bln 10 Indies V.jCQ.rl;Hl.mj
ll i'arU How, .Vow VorH i-JUjur
For ealo by 3?. C. Schramm, .c. J.
Hill Drug Co. and Chas. Van Dyke.
ill COSTS MO MORE TO USE THE 1
SCENIC LINE ' I
to Denver, and the Burlington Route from Denver
to St. Louis or Chicago, than it costs to use any 1
other lines for the same trip. And there is a
Thro' Sleeping Car Every Day
f from Salt Lake City to St. Louis; also to Denver,
J where good connections arc made with thro' g
trains for Chicago. f
I " From St. Louis and Chicago all
h Eastern points are easily reached...
t Tell me your destination and I will n
(I tell you how to get there.
I wmim, ' ' 'I
l Ji R' F N"E:SI'EN, Qeneral Affent,
I iMlMS Salt Lake City.
1 Qttestlons Afeontp the
;1 World's Fair, : I
There are a lot of little things ln connection M
' with a trip to the World's' Fair at St. Louis that-pi
Ijffij you will wish to know rates, how long tickets &
Kj ' are good, time of trains, whether or not a change jE
Sflj ' of cars is necessary, what one has to pay for
m , board and lodging.
Hp! I am in shape to answer these and similar fj
questions. Call or write if you want information. M
yjk. , Tho Rock Island System operates fed
'' ' through sleeping cars dnllj- Colorado to
St. Louis by way of Kansas City. Re- gy
duced rates ln effect dally. Conch e;- ' p$
curnlons at frequont Inturvtils. Full tn- dn
formation on rqvcsU nft
rf E. DHAKE, Dlst. Pass. Aent W
1 iPlfl wniMllll!! C' A" BI?L1E' Trav- Pnss. Agent M
e KTnrfell 100 We3t 2nri South st M
M (StAklll I Ijjft SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. K
S IHBJ C B. 5LOAT, Qen'l Agt. Pass'r Dept. 1 m
S TREAT and CURE
CATARRH nd U eurtblo diseases j? itQWllx
of tho oyo. er, nose. throat, luntfi, atom JT 'f Wff
ach, liver, bowel, kidneyji, bladder h.id CV. 'jPT
all ohronle, ncrvoua and private diicaies j$-V
of both aexes. and discevaes of children. XfK
JUomo Treatment Cure. Vfrlto ' 'YgJtFsfflPtt
tor frco ayrnptom llt tf you omi- fl &TPfiVnCCr
not cull. Con-nltntlou Frer.
Dn."A.j.snouns. Special Offer fn Private Diseases - -oRxa.
nnfortnnattsa, of both oio, trbo aro antlerlug from PrlTato DJsoaw.i-whotbsr oau-cd br liraor
N anoo.oxoejj or eonUolODnaTo nlwnrB boon looked npon a losttliuaio vror br tho Bharkn atnl
ChArlttUns who poao aa Spool ftllsu and roti tho aufloror for t'orthloai treatment. nnfl
TounwisnTo oXeix Y TUEM 0NB I30UhAR ViiTlL c' j
DH8. 8HOKKS KNOW TITHT CAN COnK AKD IK) CUUE riUVATE J313EA3ES IN BOTH
flEXBi mHMANUKTiiV, nod to PHOVU tholr stilt. In thla oi uC ninaenta, thoy Troit nnJ
onro tuoh cacen beforo tho paUotrt la required to pay 13n. Bh.iroa" ono dollar Or tboso wbo profcr
I mar tho foi lu amall Trojkly or monthly Inatftllmouto nathD euro liroCTCasos. TlJIfl HONEHT
PL,iiK U1T UKALlNCi WH'H TItK AKKLIOl'BD. doala a death blon- to t Quack rind JToxSnho
dNnivnda oil Oaih, In oxouaoco for omiJly promises. Did you otor hnr of Kaklr icfundlnr a
ponny to a duped patlnt? 'l ake no ohauoept-you cannot los-aycc:-jnoney f you dou't pay II out.
Klno-teutb. of so OAUod "WBAK.NK8SK8 OD MKN " aro .Imply, tha rosult of ontanMd or
Ilntlamed PU03TATH QIiAN D Dr. ahoren' uon LOOAL TIIKATMEKT for bkcA c-uoL InTaIU
AhbY OUHHU aak oihor Dootors how many co-ea thoy ouro undor tho old and usoloas'nlan of
ireAtment for thU trouble. Wo euro LOST MANHOOD, BoutlnM WoaJcnesa Saormatorrhoea:
OONOUUaOBA. BYX'BIUH. VAR1COCI3U3 and kindred txanblos, 'tali n Um " d tot Vat
roonoy, than any Institution In tlw km, oTory caan la eonfldanU.-U iro noToruioanamoorboirnr
aaeoroL Oon-DltAtlon. Examination Snd Adrloo KUEB by mall or at tho onico
OrfclOE nOUIlSt Bom lo6p m: Eyonlcira T to 8: bundays and noUdnys 10 a in to 1J
JJRS. SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, 249 litf'gife f
The Lagoon Road (H
Bait Lake 6c Ogdcn Rail-way.
Tlmo Table in Effect Sept. 6, 1004. f
LEAVE SALT LAKE, 0:20 and 3 u ra. Hill
S:20 and C:0 p. m. ft HH
LEAVE FAItMINGTON AND LA.
GO ONI 7-J10 and 10 a. m.. i:20 and 6:30 p. m. JtLLH
Extra trains nt 11 a. m. end 1:30 p. m. oa ii H
Sundays and holidays. t 'rH
A. D. FIERSON. Gen'l Faas. Afft. A IH
J. B. BEAN. Excursion Agt.
OFFICE. 161 HJ-JN ST. H jiH
In Effect October 9, 1904. !
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY. " 'H
No. 10 For lleber, Provo and
Mary ovale S:00 a, m. ; LH
No. 302-TFor Park City S:15 a. m.
No. C For Denver and East.... 8:60 a. m. T
No. 6 For Ogden and West 10-.50 a. m. It
No. 1 For Ocdcn and West 1:45 p. m. 'H
No. 2 For Denver and East .... 3rl5 p. m.
No. 8 For Provo and Eureka... 5:00 p. m. j
No. 11 Vor Ogdcn and local pts 6;o5 p, m. '
No. 4 For Denver and East.... S:05 p. m. irYH
fjo, 2 For Ogden and West 11:10 p.m. I I
No. 112 For Bingham 8:10 a. rru ji
No. 114 For Bingham 3:00 p. m. 1 H
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY. j'i FiH
No. C From Ogden and the East S:-10 a. m. r'H
No. 12 From Ogdcn and local pts 10:25 a, iru j 'H
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo.10.00 a. m. j j
No. C From Denver and East. 10:40 a, m. 1.
No. 1 From Denver and East-. 1:3-5 p m. V ' M
No 2 From Ogden and West... 3:30 p. m. , H
No. 101 From Park city G:15 p. m. 1
No. 9 From Heber, Provo and , j
Marysvalc G:0O p. m. ' N
No. 4 From Ogdcn and tl-.eWcst 7:&5 p. rru j.H
No. 3 From Denver and East.. li: p. m. fj 'H
No. 113 From Bingham 10:01 a. m. I i
No. 115 From Bingham 6:40 p. tu.
All train except Nos, 1 to C stop at la- ,
termcdlatc points. I
Ticket office, Dooly Block. )''
'Phono 205. j ';!H
I A BENTON. G. A. P. D, llH
TIME xO. i;l
table, ftmm tm
Ran Pedro. Los An- V7V v iliH
gcles & Salt Lako 2iL ' '
R. B- Co. - N IH
From Oregon Short L!.i? depot, SaJt Lako
For Provo, Lohl. Falrllcld and
Nephl, Monti and points on ! :M
Sanpete Valley Ry 7:80 a.mv , i
For Garfield Beach, Tooele.
Stockton. Mammoth, Eu- I
reka, and Silver City 8KX O.DL. 1
For Provo, American Fork, ' H
Leht, Juab, Mllford, Frisco, ,
Callcntos and intermediate t
points 6K5 p.m. I
From Provo, American Fork. i , 'H
Lehl, Juab. Mllfoid. Frisco, ' '
Cal lent and lntermedlato j j
points 9:85 a-m; v" '1
iFrom Provo. Lehl. Fairfield, 1
Merour and Sanpcto Valley I H
Ry. points .."5:25 p.m.' I vH
From Silver City. Mammoth.
Eureka, Stockton. Tooele '
and QarUcld Beach. 5:S5 P.m. 'B
Dally Pullman Buffet Slcoplnp Car Ser- I
vice between Salt Lake, Mllford, Modcno
and Callentec , .H
Diroot Btaje connections for all mlnlnc ' I
dlotrloto In south era Utah and Nevada. t
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Street; i ,
Telephone 250. H
E. "W. GILLETT. J. Ll MOORE. ' 'H
Gon'l Paao. AuL Dlst. Pass. AzL j ; H
TO ST. LOUIS. )H
Through car. Salt Lako City St.
Louis and Kansas City Only one canga ,
to New York, Buffalo and principal polnta
Coat low rates for summer travel. ,i
Especial attention to ladles and chlN iH
flren. i )
Tourist sleepers through to Cbioagoj j.H
Boston and other points without clians- j u
Two trains dally. t " j
Inquire at ticket office, 103 looly block, , KH
Bait Lako City. Any Information cheer llH
fully given. H. C. TOWNSEND. 1
G. P & T. A. Missouri Paciflo r:., St, jj
Louis. Ma, I Ij
A Itelightf ul Place to Visit. ) , t, i
t A Profltablo Place to Live. , .'
Greatest Pluy Ground on Earth. j'l
Famous Places "Which Everyone j
Wants to See, t
Invest ln a Tlckot to CALIFOR- r
NIA and Secure Rich Dividends ln .
HEALTH, PLEASURE AND
WEALTH. , , ?
Mountains. Valleys. Rivers, Lakes j
and Ocean Reached by the 4 l IH
Southern Pacific : ;
For descriptive a.nd illustratfvo ,
W literature call at No. 201 MsUn . ; :
i Street. Bait Lake City. 4 I
3 D. R. GRAY. General Affent. i . HH
. " ji f
Cheap Rates to :;M
AND OTHER EASTERN POINTS VXA , '
,we can save you money. Wrlto
C. F. WARREN, General Agent. 7 rLVAVJ
pi. Dcq& .Block, UjUt Lako City,, j j i'J