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sATgBDATaonyiyg, octobek 2D, 1D04. THE SAM LAKE TRIBUNE. mimn. 1)1
llesitf of Salt Lake
III Route Inspecting,
SS Road Being Nearly Finished,
i I jflany Details Have to Re
J J lter Short Stay Senator Will Ac-
I company Mr. Bancroft and Mr.
;;; J c1b for Trip to Los Vegas.
Indent A. Clark of tho Salt Lako
j-to -R-fll arrlvo In tho city this morn--a&&
r.fter several hours In consulta
cn uUh local officials, will leave for tho
tat by opcclal train, Vlcc-Prceldent
ucroft or tha Oregon Short Lino and
tceral Manager R. E. "Wells of tho Salt
jke Kouto accompanying him. Tho
adc ! now well bcrond Loa Veens nnd
e end of tho construction for tho forco
ca this end will be reached In tho next
Irty days, when nothing will remain but
t completion of tho contract from tho
iH!s visit of Senator Clark will prcb
:lv be the last he will malco befojo tho
id Is finally completed, and on this trip
has many Important matters to con
ltr The work of preparing for through
iln smlco over all portions of tlio lino
mv well in hand, and almost as great
Uvlty 13 seen on the former Short Line
jekage .13 can bo seen on tho now" lino,
- the old road in Utah is being pnictl
ilv rebuilt on the snme lines as tho new,
n'tnictloii which runks ahead of any
vrend ever built,
fiut hat Is now of deepest Interest to
o mibllc Is the train service to bo put
thortly after the opening of tho road,
iice his last visit Senator Clark has or
rhl many locomotives and much equlp
r.t. which will shortly arrive. Thcro
11 b? two dally trains between tho two
Us, the Los AngclC3 limited and prob-l-
the Salt Lake local. Tho limited, as
eady detailed, will run from Chicago
la Anceles via Salt Lake. It will bo
electric lighted train and the car3 arc
be of the very latest style. First will
ihably como the mall car, then the com
rtnent which consists of tho dynamo
A bajrpago end. and men's reading-room
1 buffet In the rear. The dining car
Js nxt In lino nnd then two standard
cpers. nnd at the rear a special sleeper
Ih half berths nnd the ladles' room, or
(nation end. at the rear. This will
a ils-car train of as pretty a design
an b- found in the world,
le train will leave Salt Lake at about
a m. and arrive in Los Angeles early
i nwt afternoon.
( can leave Los Angeles In the morning
the same time and arrive here the next
trnoon, Later on the time can be rc
:ttl to a much better schedule, but tho
crany has no Intention of trying to
ce fast runs the very month tho tnick
jpenoi, as It would hardly provo prac
iblc. All thcio matters are now being
rked out, and although they seem to
still far In tho future, they, arc quea
ns for Immediate consideration nnd,
reloro. must bo worked out at once,
ha end of construction In the actual
Ins of steel Is now to be seen, and all
cnllon Ik blng directed to those other
all? with the Idea of having everything
readiness for the opening when the line
Hille on this trip all these minute ar
emnts will be taken up by President
irk, and it Is likely that on his return
tn the front ho will have mado his de
Ion on one and all of tho matters under
Ito visit, therefore, Is of tho utmost lm
tanc in relation to the future of the
It Lake Route.
..!' BAMBERGER NOT IDLE.
jSfSwa Ruto IdTny Shw Some Sux
",jB& prises Tlds Season.
itlI'r"llnt Slmon Bamberger was about
- Jlflh bus" aR an' railroad man yesterday,
"iaWi' f0Und m consullatJo with various
Wii3 tnJ"oughout the big bulldlug. Just
,.13 Au'n3 ln ho r could not be learned.
'Frliv3. th0 10tl,rn of Chief
..t Sw,1? ,1 f,uturo movements. Sir. 2am
.. a fv,MKfpll.cd that 11 was truo that Mr.
r.i im.d "Pf1 and tnat 118 was going
rl? ta0 h'a location for the extension
HJ f W llT Farmlngton. Tho road has
"l2 rmtCndld v.; 60010 'stance toward
fK irVi hni 03 t0 eoln' to 'cn this
" j SsfwS BamborKcr could not state doll-
m itSi"' lhcr? ,,s something doing, and
.. f1- Soon road Is behind It.
3 ANOTHER SALT LAKER.
.. p. S. Dickenson to Bo Rio Grando
;uJ Auditor of Disbursements.
IdS1 Lakor 18 t0 be honied In
tl IS " E; R- Dlcln slated for tho
nf aUdltor of "isbursoments of
71 1 Mr Dlcitrnnl Moj or "ccnUy deceased,
to lffirnwhV!l nc Lth03Q vho went
USi !MiboShH? nS audUor s ofneo here
? iMtxal -n ' and has a great many local
, anj an WU .w lero for nf teen years.
cu' M he so richly deserves
'rtrK1 KuPlaa fr Rotirin& Bonds.
t sf ill rctir ihl'!! havo formulated a
3m Kiff ,n.Sreson Short L,no aml
LJSB-Tw- v.J'0,11 as announced laat
WftM a madnS(l1 "? ?f,.lclnl announce
rtJi" tW, , hD, mortgage was nu
rjjMS "J n,:" 'lie hondH probably wIP
fiifm.' nAOVp-ifA I Positively enred by
fS' wARTFR ? thcsc Littl pnis-
fit.M) Jy 1 V t !0 They also relievo Dls-
idfjaft SI Iffl p tress Irora Dyspepsia, In-
' l Bill p. v (UScstl011 and Too Hearty
Mflffi O BVER A Perfect rem-
II Oil Bo edJrXorDlnea3.Kousea,
' it Dro,VBlncS3. Bad Tosto
Jx hH 111 1110 louth. Coated
JB ToDguc, Pain ln tao Side.
M PTESPI HEADACnET
IWEFt cEnu'nB Must Bear
flJK 1S. rac-Simile Signature
lw retired In February, at the time when
the next coupon Is payable. In order to
retlro tho bonds on that date It would be
necessary to notify tho bondholders by
November 1, an the mortgano provldeo
that the bonds can be retired at 102".
upon notice to bondholders three months
befora 5ny Interest day.
The object in retiring tho bonds which
were Icsued to the amount of $$2,191,00)
Is to remove the 'encumbrance thot locks
Up the Northern Securities stock In the
treasury of the Short Line. Tho holdorr.
of bonds also would be able to call for
part of dividends from Northern Pacific
In excess of -1 per cent on tho bondn.
They wcro originally tesucd to finance tho
purchaso of Northern Pacific stock ln
Markbnm. Is Reticent.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. - 2$.-C. H.
Markiiam. general manager of the South
ern Pacific, when asked today If hu was
to bft succeeded by E. E. Calvin, who
cporates tho Harrlman lines In Oregon,
"I am without any Information as lo
who will bo appointed. I havo received
no word nor has anybody else out here
"Whatever Is said Is purely conjectural
I am not ln a hurry to leave for Texas
and nm waiting for my successor. "When
he comes 1 3hall go."
Los' regas is becoming a second Dodge
YarOmaetor Griffin of Cnllento has re
turned to his post after a visit with
At Callente Ihero r.ro close to 200 vot
ers registered, quite an increase
John A. Ramsey, official photographer
for the Salt Lake Route, is at Caliento
lor an Indefinite stay. Ho Is getting
pictures for the publication to bo issued
on tho construction of tho now lino as
well as matter for other advertising pur
poses. Charles Culvcrwell donates tho lot and
tho Salt Lake Route tho lumber for tt
now schoolhouso at Caliente.
Georse J. Gould will decide upon the
Han of settlement to bo mado with rela
tives of Eden wreck victims. The report
of Denver & Rio Grande operating offi
cials upon tho causo of that awful dis
aster of August 7, ln which 100 lives were
lost. wa3 sent to Now York last week,
nnd will be rovlowcd by President E. T.
Jeffcry and Mr. Gould, chairman of the
board of directors. Several claims were
filed with tho Denver & Rio Grando road
last week. In behalf of widows and chil
dren of wreck victims, each of which de
manded tho statutory maximum of dam
It Is TossIblo that Mcs3ors. Glllott and
Peck ot the Salt Lako Route will arrive
today from St. Louis.
Salt Lako to Los Angolcs by tho now
short road; Los Angeles to San Fran
cisco by the new coast line; San Fran
cisco to Portland by boat; Portland to
Salt Lake by the Oregon systems, such
Is one of the new combination trips mado
possible, by the new line
California oranges in the heart of Al
berta, Canada. In fifty hours is ono of
tho pofElbllltles of tho now Los Angolcs
General Aeent Sloat of tho Rock Is
land from Denver was busy with his
friends urid patrons yesterday.
D. R. Gray of the Harrlman lines got
back last night.
A. TJ. Moselcy. traveling passonger
agent of tho Oregon Short Line, was
down from Ogden yesterday
Thero fs a marked improvement ln the
train i-ervlco between Ogden and San
Utah will ship sixty cars of lucerne
feed tills year.
Local passenger traffic yesterday con
tinued henw. Tho Leamington cut-off
train of the "Salt Lako Route was crowd
ed. News was humming around the local
offices yesterday and all sorts of rumors
Tho Oklahoma Construction company
has filec' notice of a mooting of stockholu
ors to voto on increano in capital stock.
This relates to tho extension of tho Den
ver, Enid & Gulf line, tho Alfalfa TRduto,
from Enid northwest to a Union Pacifi-;
connection. Notice was filed by Ed . S.
Pockham of Blackwcll, promoter of tho
line, who, with Breckcnrldge Jones ana
others or St Louis, have financed and
uianad it from tho start Tho object
Is to make the Denver, Enid & Gulf a
coal outlet into Kansas, conncclinu at
Guthrie with tho Kaly. the Choctaw, and
(ho Fort Smith & "Western, all coal roadd
leading into Indian Territory.
Reno rnd Sparks will celebrate the
openlnc of the electric road on Novem
Material for converting the C. & C. to
a broad gaugo lino is being received at
Mnnv names have been suggested for
vacancies following The Tribune's an
nouncement that Mr. Calvin would suc
ceed Mr. Markiiam. It naturally mean
a move up nil along tho line.
Vice-President Bancroft and General
Superintendent Bucklneham of tho Ore
gon Short Lino returned from tholr in
spection of tho Salt Lako division vcp--terdny.
Tho vice-president had nothing
to say for publication.
Mr. Markham has tho title of vlco-pres-ldcnt
as well as general manager.
Nothing further has been heard ot Pet
llnglll's air line from Denver to tho coast.
"Who will succeed Calvin?" is the Im
portant Question now.
EXCURSl 0NS EAST
Via Oregon Short Line and "Union
St Louis and return $42.60
Chicago and return -17.50
Chicago and return via St. Louis.. 47.50
St. Louis and return via Chicago.. 48.75
Through Pullman oleepers.
Tickets on sale Tuesdays and Fridays.
Sec agents for particulars.
Citv Ticket Onice, 201 Main St.
NATIONAL BOARD OF TRADE,
ThirtyrFith. Annual Meeting to Be
Held in New York.
NEW YORK, Oct. 2S. Plans are being
prcilacod for tho thirty-fifth annual meet
ing of the National Board of Trade, to
be hdld In Washington, commencing
.Tanuary 17, 1905, Secretary Tucker has
Issued circulars asking constituent bodies
to Bolcct delegates to the meeting with
out delay. Among other matters of im
portance to comti boforo the board will
oe a request to have tho powers of tho
lntorslato commerce commission speci
fied. Another matte of Interest Ik lo
preps tho Institution of certain roform:j
in tho insular Horvlce. Improvement In
ln!and navigation will also bo requested
r through requests which will bo submitted
asking the board to favor work on tho
I many inland streams of tho coupntry so
that heavy cargoes may be brought down
tho Ohio. Missouri and other tributaries
of tho Mississippi, thus giving tho dealer
i be benefit of a competition of rates be
tween railroads and steamboats.
NOT ALLOWED TO PLEAD.
Attorneys for Young Walton, Con
victed of Murder, A3k His Release.
PORTLAND, Or., Oct.- 2S. Tho records
In the trluls of young Charles W. Walton,
convicted on charges of attempting to
murder Pollco Officer Ole Nelson and of
highway robbery, do not show that tho
boy was allowed to plead. Ills attorneys
will contend that under the law tho ac
cused boy should now bo glvon his free
dom, under tho provlnlou of the Constitu
tion that a person cannot bo tried twice
for tho aamo crime. Tim matter will prob
ably be argued on Monday,
TREE TEA. BREAKFAST
It's Oood At All Times.
R j R
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IMPORTED BY S
E MlMIfM f p
SAH fRANCISCO. '
ANCIENT STATUE FOUND.
Oldest One in the "World la Dug
CHICAGO. Oct. 28. Dr. E. S. Banks,
field director of the University of Chi
cago expedition to Babylonia, has re
verted the discovery of a statue which
he regards as the older.t in the world.
The statue, which was found eight feet
under the ruins of the ancient city of
Udnun, near the present village of BIs
mya, has been identified by an Inscrip
tion as that of King Dnddu of Udnun.
The statue is of sure white marble,
weighing 200 pounds, and is almost per
fect. The city of Udnun is mentioned in the
code of Hammurabi but little is known
of it. "Who King Daddu is and the pe
riod In which he relsned Is uncertain.
The earliest records do not mention
Condition, of the Treasury.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 28. Todny'3 state
ment of the treasury balances ln the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the $160,000,000 gold
reservo ln tho division of redemption,
shows- Available cash balances, $145,359,-
2S2. gold, rre.aa.oaj.
PERILS OF LAND AND SEA
Captain Willnef's Remarkable Escape
Shows "What to Do in Timo of
For many years, Captain Wlllnef, says
the Times of Gloucester, Mass., was one
of the best known seamen in the Glou
cester Fleet, the catarrhal trouble with
which he suffered for fifteen years made
him dread the nights at sea, being un
able to lie down and sleep on account of
the constant catarrhal dropping.
Captain Wlllnef went to two different
hospitals -for treatment, but could get
no lasting benefit. He constantly raised
yellow and green phlegm and his trouble
became so unbearable and nauseating
that he was ashamed to go out In com
pany. When despairing of ever getting
relief, his wife purchased a Hyomel
outfit for him, and trying it before go
ing to bed, he enjoyed the first whole
night's sleep for ten years. Captain
Wlllnef aays "I have used less than two
bottles of Hyomel and hae been cured
by the remedy."
This remarkable Treatment kills the
germs of catarrh and makes lasting and
permanent cures. F C. Schramm sells
Hyomel under his personal guarantee to
refund the money If It does not give
STATE FA5R JUDGES
HEWLETT BROS. CO.
Seven First Prizes for
Three Crown Products,
First prize for beat display of Utah
First prize for best display of Baking
First prize for beet display of Splcoa.
First prize for best display of Extracts.
First prize for bost quality Baking Pow
der. First prize for best quality Spices.
First prlzo for best quality Extracts,
Every down-to-dato grocer scll3 THREE
ASK FOr. THEM.
-"iii'H ii a 1 1 i rrr tti' "rTTrin riTTiTnTrnr
j IF YOU'VE B E EN B ITTEN jj
S by fake schemes you aro now ready j
T for a fresh start upon a legitimate ba-
f sis. Write or call and we'll show you 3
1 Utah Commercial & Savings Eank
i 22-21 E.-Jjt First South, Salt Lako City Jj
. H 'J S 1 When you know
, W I A? j? McConnhay's dol-
ttS&(' lar nlarm clock
JTwniT fT Bot you up,
I. Jin: CB3 jwhy run chances
, on tho 75-cent
r J 41 W. 2nd So. St.
"Vici kid shoes, sizes 5 to 8 1
I CHILD'S I
j Vici kid shoes, sizes 8 1-2 to 11, f
l Vici kid shoes, sizes 11 1-2 to 2,
I LADIES' I
0 Dongola patent tip shoes, SI. 25 (j
-till size3. y
j SHOE COMPANY j
258 So. Main St. I
S if jk t By our sciontific '
1 I -'J 'Perts takes"
3 I, 1 less time, Is of;
1 ! 11 J better quality,
J iSyj J makes a bet-
ix.-J Ly tcr appearance, i
w - wears tho long- '
est and costs tho least beca-uso we have !
cvory modern facility and electrical i
j and mechanical device for tho moat su- i
jj pcrlor dental work. Our prices be-
apeak themselves, and our written
ij guarantee prdtccts you for 10 years. I
1 22-k Gold Crowns J5.00 i
J Brldgowork. per tooth 5.00
i Gold Filings : 1.00
3 Silver Fillings :
A Painless Extracting eo
All "Work Done Without Pain, r
i Bring this ad. with you. Don't fall '
: to got tho right place.
' Tcoth extracted rnrr when plates
I without pain are ordered.
' We buy all our material ln whole
; sale- lots direct from tho manufactur
ers We havo the mlddloman'o profit I
.- and give our patrons tho benefit. J
I BOSTON DENTAL Y
126 MAIN STREET. j
! Hours, 8 30 to C.30; Sunday, 10 to 2.
Lady attendant. J
1 n.-i.rf.t '"" --l.-u.m l. J- j. 1 L -irr
. . I
AS QUICK AS A WINK
Is tho way the old pipe went. ls, that's so
and others will go tho same way if nec
essary repairs aren't attc::Jed to until j
too late. j
though, we're experts, and things fixed by
us stay fixed. Our plumbing helps save
doctor s bills, too Gas leaks allowed to
run are certain to endanger your health.
We fix 'em and "quick as a wink," too.
Toll us what's needed and havo us do
I. M. HJQLEY & CO.,
Electric Wiring and FIxturos.
109 E. 1st So. Ind. 'phone, 752; Bel. 2423-x.
A positive nnd permanent cure for
drunkenness and the opium diseases.
There Is no publicity, no plckne.ss. Ladlp3
treated as privately as at their own
homes. Tho Keolcy Institute 33 1 W. So.
Temple. Salt Jtko City, Utah.
I We always knew
3 to bo the bost flour made in
I Utah, still it is gratifying to Y
I havo so many people agree with J
I $10.00 I
I puts a piano in I
1 your home. 1
H $10 Is all wc ask as tha first H
payment on a J2G0 Piano, and ?8 W
' par month thereafter pays tho
a balance. This Piano, tho Rem- I
j brandt. Is a benullful Instrument, ffl
I fully guaranteed for ten year. u
I EVERETT DEALERS. I
S Carstenscn & Arum Co.
I (Incorporated.) '
i Temple of Music. i
I ..M MAIN STRSlETo.
Successors to Daynea Music Co. ?i
JjW NOTICE. ' Vv.V I
! Wo havo Just ro- ?
eclved a paper of is
unmounted diamonds that wo can 1
sell at unusually low prices, ln 3
finest quality, which wo will do. 1
Plecso call and look at them at S
once, .13 they will move fast Man- j
ufacture all kinds of special do- I
algns to order. Make over old Jew-
elry Into up-to-date designs or ex-
change for now, or buy your old i
259 So. Main St. ft
jgtS&SgSel Juneip, 1904.
From Ogden. Portland,
Butte, Ban Francisco, Chi
cago, SL Louis, Omaha,
ind Denver 8:35 turn
From Ogden and Intermedi
ate points OxlO fluxn.
From Ogden, Cache Valley,
and intermediate points.... 11:65 sum
From Ogden, Chicago, SL
Loulo. Kansas City, Oma
ha, Denver and San Fran
cisco 4t30 pan.
From Ogden, Cacho Valloy,
Butte, Portland and San
Francisco 7s80 p.m.
For Ogden, Omaha, Chicago,
Donver, Kansas City and
St. Loul3 .TfOO sum,
Foe Ogden, Portland, Butto,
San Francloco and interme
diate points HK20 &.HU
For Ogden, Omaha, Chicago,
Donver, Kansas City, Bt. -Louis
and San Francisco.. axSO p.m.
For Ogden. Cacho Valley,
Denver, Knn9aa City, Oma
ha, St. Lou to and Chicago.. 0c48 pm
5?or Ogden. Cache Valley,
Butte. Helena, Portland,
Ban Francisco and lnterme-
dlato polntn 11 SCO p.Z
T. M. SCHUrACHER. Traffto SJciS
D. E. BURLET. G. P. & T. A,
D. 8. SPENCER. A. G. P. Sc. T. 'Am
lti' TlcltcLftffice, 01 Main stro
New and elegant In all Ita appolntmenta.
CO roonio. slnsla or cn aulte. 61 rooms 'witb
itL Q. H. Uoliaca. Procriatof.
1 IT COSTS NO H0RE TO USE THE 1
f SCENIC LINE I
S to Denver, and the Burlington Eoute from Denver
i to St. Louis or Chicago, than it costs to use any
-other lines for the same trip. And there is a R
i . Thro' Sleeping Car Every Day jj
from Salt Lake City to St. Louis;-also to Denver, jj
fj where ( good connections are made with thro' S
J trains for Chicago. '
From St. Louis and Chicago all f
j Eastern points are easily reached. f,
Tell mo your destination and I will j
k tell you how to get there.
iSl H F" NI:SLEN'' General Agent,
Slip ilTrril ? W" SEC0NI S0UTH ST- l
P ll Salt Lake City.
M ii ii iiini i in mi i n i m i ii ! i iiiniMi ii iiTufi i r-i itiiiT T.-7flwji.-j , -
! ffm, Jloroooplo asA Analytic Physician.
5 Jffl&ff WMs CURES Fits, Wer70U3 Weaknosa. Neu- jj
i B tijl-VW ralffio. Varicocele, Weak Spine, Bilious- K
fl K vfwf& nec, Gravel, Srrs Byes, Lung Dlotnso.i, .
B 5 j JW'Iir Tapo Worm. Jypcpsla, Liver and Kid- u
9 CTlttlwK &7MCrw ny Complaint, Deafness, Catarrh, Ery- I.
H SiOia'WW QLto' !? elpelaa. Old Sores, Hcxofula. IUiov-i'.'f.'jm, :
I tSps&mr & WUff jonns. Piles- In their worst .vro. 1
WvvhWV These Rffilcted with Epilepsy or Fits' can ;
' jiiKGrfWa e permanently curod. ;
E'ttwKftwA IIPSB tho I'd of tho Mlcroecopo wo can 5cf 'i
dBffX infek. tect Calcut. Cancerous Matter, Carbonate
ffiZK. PWVl Ih ' Llmo, Albumen, and all extraneous j
MrSfryl T&JiiSf I IS oubBtances mixed with tho Urino or i
I 3 W?3 zn&a-or SS Blood. Thlfl la th scientific prlnclplo 3
jfy vaV treating Chronlo Dlcetsc.
fift Sr Cflrt bo found n hlD office, St. Elmo Ho- h
yft ' 7 W SjAr el, from 10 a. ro. to 4 p.. Doonia 17, IS i
; KBX. KNOiVXiIODQn OF DI8c-ASB IS r
f C HALF ITS CURE. j
j KNOLEprPOWg m MAN OYTR jj
fWIVttrlffFli' mrwwff iijwil ii ' n i t IBIITf li'l 1 1 J I im till II I II ' 1 III n""T ' T fTlifl I II III' ril I imrrTTW'
j . CATARRH nd all curable diaense
n asr-Ta tffar of thoeyo, ear, noae.thro!. Iun!, item- Tj ' f
ch, liver, bowels, kidiey, bladdor end 7i
H chronic, nervous nd private diauici
of both asxei. and dlsea-aes of childron.
yJSj Pp Iltuup Treutmmit Cures. Wrlto !vzh&$jtf
5?f0t STl--rt3f3?(feS for tron sytuptom IJt If you oau- Avwjrid7'
5wTI tf-ira not cult. Consultation Kreo. tlMZrS
Wilr 1 1 -MM
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j a koorot. Conciliation. ICxamlnallnn and Adrlco l'UKE by mall or r.t tbe nfQco. ' .
OFFICE nOURS. 'Jnin loipm; Evonlnxs 7 to S; Sundays acd holld.yj lOimlo 13. '
DRS, SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialjsts. 249 gffftaB'agqaV.
DOCTOR COOK gtu?nplsoaj,s '
j PEO STATIC TROUBLES 1TERVOTJS DEBUljnr
' PcCnVLCHrton,Crmt foZvk Cures quick nnd radical In f
i tor how long standing ttm Iffl w to CO daya. by my ovra fa- ,
dhieaac, In from C to 20 daya. mt mQl
: STRICTURE m m VAIlIc0CELE
cured ln 16 days. wlUlSu & V ti Completely and permanently
cutUnff, pain, clrufrs or do- d by my new procesa; all ;
. tentlon from businesE. na wSSJ dlsanreeablo Bymptoms' oopn i
' rfTA STTNG- WEAKNESS "w dIsippoiLr corcpletely and i
WAtJliau wiifljufla i forever: It ln safe. polnloBS
Time of cure, 10 to 60 dayo, V 'EJT Kand bloctfl;r. An ebfoluto .
J by my original, very olmph jyV SJ bfficuro guaranteed.
J remedy (used exclusively by famASmMM'
3 mc.) f MvSmLOOD POISON
1 PPTATE DISEASES UWWJt Every vcatlge of poison re- !
rr.A.i-i- uiMiione flwWp' moved from 6-atom without
cured In 8 to 10 days, without Xjrp'' aid of mercury or potash.
tho uco cf poUionouo dnigs. -
Conoultatlon 1b free and invited, and ln consulting mo you mar be our that R
: nothlne that science con dovloe or skill porfoot hac been left undone to afford J
. you a Bpcedy. B.ifo and permanont cure. A
WRITE nio in full confidence explain! your troubles as they appear to J
vou and receive by return moll my ho neat and candid opinion of your cans. 1
(BOOK MEDIGRL gQ., our
The LagooB Road yjl
Salt Lako & Ofjdon Railway.
Tims' Table In Effect Sept. 6, 2904. j"
LEAVE SALT LAKE, 0:20 and 3 m. bl J f'H
, t:S0 and 6.S0 p. m. H
LEAVE FARMINGTON AND LA- H 't LlililH
GOON, 7:30 and 10 a. m.. 4:30 and 0:30 p. nx. U ,? pH
Extra trains at 11 a. m. end lrJO p. m. o LI ;. H
Bundays and holldnyn. r ii'iH
A. X. P1ERSON, Gon'l Pass. Agt. '
J. B. BEAN, Excursion Act. J 'H
OFFICE, 1C1 HJLN ST. '! "
In Effect October 9, 1904. jji 'I
LEAVE SALT IVICE CITY. i
No. 10 For Heber, Provo and 'i ii'i'iH
. Marysvale , 8:00 a. m. i , ih
o. 102 For Park City 8:15 a. m. 'j" t' LsLH
h- 5 For Denver and East.... 8:50 a. zn. , P M
o. 6 For Ogden and West 10:60 a. m. , "' jiH
No. 1 For Ogden and "West .... 1:45 p. m. l ! B
No. 2 For Denver and East .... 3:15 p. m. ;'i . ipH
INo, S For Provo and Eureka... 5:00 p. m. ,i 1 . PH
No. 11 For Ogden and local pts 0:06 p. m. T j PH
No. 4 For Denver and Enat 8:05 p. m, ! ' f.H
No. 3 For Ocdcn and "West. ...1110 p. m. ( i lil
No. 112 For Bingham S:10 a. m. ' ;f B
No. 114 For Blngh am .... .... 3:00 p. m. r pppH
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY. ih
No.c-FromOgdcnandthoEast8l40a.cn.. I ' M
No.12 From Ogden and local pts 1025 a, m. '. rH
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo. 10:00 a. zn. if I PH
No, 5 From Denver and East. .10:40 a. m. X PPH
No, 1 From Denver and Eaat.. 1:35 p. m. ' rH
No. 2 From Ogden and West... 3:30 p. m. PPH
No. 101 From ParK City 5:15 p. zn. , ' I M
No. 9 From Heber, Provo and ' i i H
Marysvalc G:00 p. zn. '!' PH
No. 4 FropiOgden aiid theWeat 7:55 n x ;'' !PppH
No. 3 From Denver nnd East...li:&) p. f. ; fPH
No. 113 From Bingham 100 n, m. i ,M
No, 115 From Bingham 5:40 p. at. ; PH
All train except Nos. 1 to 6 stop at ln- , ' pH
termedlato points. i( VM
Ticket office, Dooly Block. I (iB
'Phone 205. ! H
Ii A. BENTON, G. A'. P. TJ. '
Ban Pedro, Loa An- xry , s'l'H
jreles & Salt Lako VOV Jii'ii'iiH
B.R. Co. H
From Oregon Short Lirs dopot, Slt Laker
For Provo, Lohl. Fairfield and i H
Ncphl, Mahtl and polnto on ) M
Sanpeto Valley Ry 70 euraJ j
For Garfield Beach, Tooele. j H
Stocliton. tammoth, Eu- H
rcka, and Silver City 0rOO a.m. U j
For Provo, American Fork,
Lehl, Juab, MUford, Frisco, I
Callentos and lntormedlalo j H
points OKJd p.m. ,
From Provo, American Fork, j H
LehL, Juab, MUford, Frisco, ; H
Callentos and lntcrmedlattt ,i jH
polntn 9r5 a.m. , J
iFrom Provo. Lehl, Fairfield, i
Mcrcur and Sanpete Valley I jH
Ry. points "5:85 p.m. j
From Silver City, Mammoth,
Eureka, Stockton. Tooele IH
and Gai-ficld Beach '5:35 p.m.' i H
Dally Pullman Buffet Slecplnt? Car Ser- ' H
vice between Salt Lake, Ml ford. Mod en a H
and Callentes. j H
Direct Bta'o conncctlono for all mining H
dlatrlctn in couth ern Utah and Niv'ada.
City Tlchat OfBce, 201 Main Street '
Telephone 250. .
E. VT. GILLETT, J. L. MOORE. I
Grcn'l Paas. Act. Dbt Pass. . Act. 1 H
COLORADO-UTAH 5HQtT XING
TO ST. L0U!S. j
Tlixouch car. Salt Lako City Is) St. H
Louis and Kansas City Only ono clianga jH
to Now York, Buffalo and principal polnU H
East low rntes for summer travel. H
Especial attention to ladles and chll -
Tourist sleepero through to ChlcajfOf , H
Boston and other polntn without oiuiusc
Two trains dally. H
Inquire at ticket offlco, 103 Booiy block,1 . t H
Bait Lako City. Any Information cheer- c H
fully given. H. C. TOVTNSEND. ' fM
G. P. &. T. A." Missouri Pacllla H?., SU 1 IH
Louis. Mo, '; IH
A Delightful Placo to Visit. 1
A Pxontablo Placa ,to Livs. H
i Greatest Pluy Oround on Earth. M M
Fsmouo Places Vblch Everyone 1
'- Wants to Sec. C 1
Invest ln a Ticket to CALIFOR- E .IH
! NIA and Sccuro Rich Dividends in fc jH
i HEALTH. PLEASURE AND H
' WEALTH. fH
I Mountains. Valleys, Rivers, Lakes F. B
I nnd Ocean Reached by tho H
Southern Pacific i ,
Company's Limes f
For descriptive nnd llluscraitva
literature caII fit No. 01 Main i IH
Street. Salt Lake City. 3 H
D. R. GRAY, General Acnt. j H
CSieap Rates to i
St. Louis . ; H
AND OTHER EASTERN POINTH JVLV H
We can save you money. Wrlto za. IH
C. F. WARREN, General Aca ''ll
til ZTvoIy JBlpck, Salt. Lako .Cltt ( , H