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d rmVrTOiroa' THE SALT LAKE TILTBTJSTE. P4nSmn( l
Rscal ffead of Overland
Iccompanied by Two Distirii
guished Englishmen Who
joething About the Man Who, Al
though of Retiring- Nature, Is
Power in Hnrriman Bonds.
arriving In Ogden tonight will be a
eclal train bearing Jacob II. Sen Iff,
ad of the International banking firm
Kuhn, Loeb & Co.. and the man
:o Is the real power behind the
ilon Pacific, Southern Pacific, Ore
n Short Line and other systems. He
traveling In car 1003 of the Oregon
ort Line, and the special Is running
dalght only, so that Mr. Sclilff
1 thoroughly inspect the vast system
which he Is the master. The train
I lay over in Ogden tonight and
ve tomorrow morning for San Franco.
JMJ' Accompanying Mr. SchifC are Sir
a.fBf Ernest Casscll and Sir Robert Fleming
lB of IiOndon. According to press dls
m ratches from Chicago Sir Ernest 19 the
H heal agent of King Edward VII. of
bTB island, and the same report stated
yesterday that the gentlemen were to
II bwon,c heavily interested in Chicago's
flK big subway.
Locally however, the chief interest
1(1 B tne dlsltngulshed financier i? cen
iiU tcred In hlu heavy ownership in
'IB Oregon Short Line, the property so
B b)y handled by Mr. Bancroft and staff
VB d which forms the nucleus of the
B latermountaln region. Mr. Harrlman,
IB Pr'or 10 tMC' cbange in control in 1S99,
iiH was the railroad expert in the bank
Irfl Ir5"rm of Kuhn. Loeb & Co., according
B to report, and he It wns who worked up
IB tbt plan while Mr. Schlff furnished the
bB- millions to swing the mammoth rail
j Vjj road deal, the purchase of the Southern
Pjjffi PacltlQ alone being the greatest finan
llp, tial deal In the world's history, and the
lift shole action lnce then has been to
ward the building up and development
I ef the largest and most powerful rail
'111) road Eystem yet known.
mm, That the Rock Island is going to try
HIl cmr tne Short Line territory, that
mm ihe Goukis are working to the Pacific,
I Iff that several other plans are being made
IB to compete with this organization, may
IK' or may not hove any bearing on the
I BE PrtKntvlsIt of the New York and Eng
Wki Il?h owners, but that they will see to
B' it that their Interests are protected goes
J): without .saying.
Bj Judging from photographs Mr. Schiff
IK Is a handrome man, with a very strong
Ki chiractc-r. well dressed and of a re
Urlns and kindly disposition. He has
ft r.fver been to Salt Lake, and as
this city will not be visited by the party.
VI hi will not become acquainted 'with
HI the flrct city of the Intermountaln
region, but If he should come here on
y Lb return, he w ill be sure of a hearty
II I velcome.
i PORTLAND VS. UTAH.
I low Bates FTom. Former to Idaho Go
; Into Effect December 10.
A PORTLAND, Or., Nov. 22. It was
announced today that the freight rates
'Jv'twn Portland and Idaho points
flll become effective December 10.
1 The new rates arc very advantageous
,' lo Portland Jobbers, placing shippers In
Ihla city on an equal basis with San
Francisco and Salt Lake jobbers. The
: new schedule w ill open up an Immense
lerritory to Portland wholesalers who
iuve heretofore been excluded from the
icaho field owing to the rate conces
t Hone given to the merchants of other
Jl1? '"si-class freight the existing rate
! Botes Is 12.13. and under the change
w be made will be $1.50, while on fifth
naa? freight the rate will be lowered
Ii "Don't scold me,"
Pleaded Kettle, "it's ,
cook's fault. She used
stale water instead of
from $1.09 to 35 cents per hundred
pounds. Reductions have been made on
all classes of freight, including every
character of merchandise and commodi
ties transported. The new tariff
applies to all points on the Oregon
,hiiort Line, besides Boise and Nnmpa:
the rntea being lowered in ull classes,
making a considerable reduction from
existing ratea that have been In effect
for a long while.
FINISH SATURDAY NIGHT.
Condition of Construction on the Salt
On Saturday night the tracklayers of
of the Salt'Lako road will reach a point
HS.5 miles below Callente. This la the
end of the- lino to be constructed from
this end and to further hurry tho work
of construction the graders from the Cal
ifornia end will movo up to tho ond of
tra goln? south aml v.-ork south,
while others will work north. Yesterday
the track was live miles thla sldo of the
crossing of tho Santa Fo Barnwell branch,
and on Saturday night the gap will be lesr.
.nan thirty miles from end to end Track
laying Is going on at the rate of a mile a
day nnd things arc being rushed.
Two records have boon made. On Octo-
'i' w,t" n slnKlo sotout there was laid
WW feet, and on the ISth. PKI0 fect, which
broke records for a single sotout
As soon as the rails reach the llS"-mllo
post the gangs on the California end can
bo supplied with water and material from
this sldo. which will greatly aid them in
their work. If any delay occurs It will be
on account of tho grading, which requires
some very heavy work.
LINE TO MINING CAMP.
Preliminary Survey Run From Htint-
ington, Or., to Iron. Dike Mine.
Special to The Tribune.
WEISER. Ida., Nov. 22.-The party of
survoyors who have been running the pre
liminary survey from Huntington, Or., to
tho Iron Dike mine, a distance of fifty
eeven miles, returned this afternoon. Tho
railroad Is supposed to be uacktd by tho
Ladd Motals company, of which Charles
Ladd. tho Portland multl-mlllionairo
banker, Is president. Tho Ladd Metals
company Is extensively engaged in mining
and Mineral and Landore, in this county,
and It Is expected thev will shortly securo
possession of the Iron Like mine, across
the Snake river from tho Seven Devllc
district. It Is qulto remote from the rail
road, hence tho projected line.
For Over Fifty Years.
An old and well-tried remedy. Mrs.
"Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
pain, cures wind colic and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Sold by drug
gists in every part of the world. Be
sure and ask for Mrs. Wlnslow's Sooth
W. B. Doddridge in the State.
"William B. Doddridge, who Is remem
bered by all the old timers as a former
general superintendent of the Union Pa
cific and Oregon Short Lino, passed
through Ogden last ovonlng en route east
ward from Idaho. Mr. Doddridge was 'or
years general manager of tho Missouri
Pacific, and made si splendid record on
that system. His former assistant. W. A.
Robinson, went up to Ogden to meet lilm
and have a chat over old times In Missouri.
It must have been like coming homo for
Mr. Doddridge to enter Ogden.
Assistant Chief Engineer A. L. Jones of
the Salt Lake Route is In from tho front.
General Superintendent Young of tho
Rio Grande Western left Denver for homo
Vice-President Bancroft and Goncral
Superintendent Buckingham of tho Oregon
Short Line returned from the-West last
A letter received from II. S. Kerr, who
Is In charge of the Cerro do Paaco In
Peru, states that he Is very much inter
ested In his work and tho country.
The Burlington hag divided Its system
Into two great divisions, lines ea3t of tho
Missouri and lines west of rhe Missouri,
under separate cencral managers. The
change was made somo llmo ago and has
proved n great 3ucc-'8s. Another change
In llmo cards is being talked of.
EZDXi THE DANURTJFF GERM
Or Your Hair Will Fall Out Till You
Modern science has discovered that
dandruff Is caused by a germ that digs
up the scalp In scales, as It burrows
down to the roots of tho hair, where It
destroys tho hair's vitality, causing fall
ing hair, and ultimately, baldness. After
Prof. Unna of Hamburg. Germany, dis
covered tho dandruff gorm. ail efforts to
find a remedy failed until the great lab
oratory discovery' was mndo which re
sulted In Nowbro's Hcrplcldo It alone
of all other hair preparations kills tho
dandruff germ. Without dandruff, hair
grows luxuriantly "Destroy tho cauao,
you remove the effect." Sold by lead
ing druggists. Send 10c In stamps for
sample to Tbe Hcrplcldo Co., Detroit.
FROST KING IN CONTROL.
His Icy Grip Is Now Upon United
LONDON, Nov. 22. Keei frost and
heavy snow squalls are reported from
all parts of the United Kingdom. A gale
raged all night over the coasts, driving
vessels to shelter and seriously dislo
cating the telegraph wires, especially In
the north of England and In Scotland.
Blinding snowstorms are causing, deep
drifts and rendering Ira file dilllcult in
the country districts and are necessi
tating a cessation of out of door work
In many of the provincial towns.
In London little mow has fajlcn but
a sharp fall In temperature is accentuat
ing the distress among the poor which
Is already prevalent. The snow Is so
deep at Chatsworth that the King of
Portugal and others of the house party
there have been prevented from shoot
ing. Some small craft have been
Up to the present time November has
been unusually mild and the sudden
change Is causing much misery, win
try weather seems general in Europe,
frosts being reported an far south as
DECEMBER AND HI AY WED,
Bride Is G3 Years Old, Groom Is
NEW YORK, Nov. 22. Friends of
Mrs. Fannie Surdam Stclle, daughter
of a wealthy Chicago hardware mer
chant who died many years ago, and
widow of Alexander J. Stclle of Chica
go, have announced that she will short
ly marry Edgar ft. Accetta, an Italian
Mrs. Stclle. who is very wealthy, has
resided In New York for some years,
She is G2 years old. Accetta Is 21, and
has spent most of his life on the East
Side, where, until his musical attain
ments attracted notice, he conducted a
real estate business.
Clerk of the Board of Publio Works
Cured by Paw-Paw.
R. J. Shields, of Poughkcepslc, N. T
Is one of the best known men In eastern
New York, especially In political circles.
Ho says that "Munyon's Paw-Paw
straightened out a balky stomach, re
stored his appetite, brought him good
nlcep and mado him a well man. Ho
saya It is a wonderful medicine."
Is It unrcasonabla for .mo to expect
that peoplo who aroi
jnpv elck will take note
Pj flja of such testimony as
KSBBI thla nnd give them-
rasifl bcIvcd t n o samo
ffftlfl chance for health
mhl that Mr Shlelda
j tPf 3V1 My P a w - P a w
ZwSj4l Tonic will cure dys-
9fmV pcpsia. It will euro
jfSfS 6k. ncrvousncsa and
fryY My Paw-Paw Lax-
l' Ull ative Pills will euro
' BhU1INV11M constipation. Jaun-
; HWMUWUnu dice and all diseases
JflpAWPAW pTdorfrom a tor"
MSH great You can Prove It
' Jpflfl T"COf" to your own satls
1 DS hlATIIBAI faction at llttlo cost.
!fZ 31 1 HNrtlUn IV- Tvny not do It now?
rl B fl PPMFflY MUNYON.
hP) 9 H lil-'" Munyon's Remo-
JahW Tn dies are home rcmc
jfft WH HnVQDFP.SlAf dlcs They arc safo
DhUYuik i and aurc They havo
J luPRVOUSflH stood the test of
.J V. (Jntn '"n years and thousands
via .rcrtfiSi upon tens of thou
ik N BtfEP sands In all parts of
iOH Zr th0 civilized world
ftrgS?2- trust to them Im
Hazel Soap will make tho skin soft as
velvet. His other Witch Hazel Toilet
Preparations arc found In all homes oC
BLUE FLAMES SHOOT UP,
Passengers on Subway Train Are
NEW YORK, Nov. 22. A peculiar ac
cident in the subway, which resulted In
the instant death of William H. Mc
rmivi t.i i i i ...
.......ii, it oifcimi inuii, uuuacu UCUL ex
cltement among the passengers aboard
an express train who for a few minutes
believed that the train was on lire and
tried to escape
McMlllin had been adjusting a sig
nal when the train rushed upon him.
The third rail arm on the first car
threw him down and he was Instantly
killed. His cothlng caught the emer
gency trigger, threw off th6 current and
set the air brakes on the whole train,
which stopped very suddenly. The cars
Jammed together by the sudden Impact
and an iron 'gate fell to the third rail
causing a short circuit. Blue flames
shot up around the cars and frightened
the passengers almost out of their wits,
but the guards remained coolly at their
posts, refusing to open the doors, and in
a few minutes the scare died out.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Soughi
BlRnataro of S,
TO LEARN RAILROADING.
Chicago Man Works New Graft on
CHICAGO. Nov. 22. Many com
plaints made to the Chicago postoflice
concerning the use of the United States
mails fraudulently have resulted in the
arrest pf Charles Sturtz. A number of
complainants from various parts of the
country probably will appear to prose
Charles Eberling of Maynard, la., al
leged that he received a letter from
Slurtz. who claimed the presidency of
the "central railroad bureau" of Chi
cago. Eberling said he was Informed that
for S3 he would be taught the various
signals and Information necessary to
become a fireman, and for an additional
$10 he would be given a position. He
alleges he paid the money, but failed to
secure the position, and finally asked
the postal authorities to Investigate the
Cripple Commits Suicide.
BUTTE. Mont., Nov. 22.-Gcorgo Fish
burn, despondent from long suffering as
a cripple, committed sulcldo at the Mc
Hugh ranch, near Lewlston. Mont., yes
terday by shooting himself In tho head
In the fall of 1895 1-contr acted that fear
ful disease, Blood Poison. It gained such
headway that I was forced to resign my
position and seek relief at Hot Springp.
After spending all the means I had I went
to Memphis. In less than three weeks I
was ina hospital, and after nine weeks of
suffering I was discharged as cured. In
less than a month every bone in my body
seemed to be affected and felt as if they
would break at the least crertion. Again
I was compelled to resign, aud I returned
1 to the hospital for a seven weeks stay.
When I came out I was advised to try
farming. When I first went on the farm I
prevailed on the only firm who handled
drugs to get me one dozen bottles of S. S.
S. At that time both of my hands were
broken out with blisters and I was covered
with boils and sores. In the meantime my
druggist had gotten two dozen bottles of
S. S. S. for me and I began its use, and
after taking the thirteenth bottle not a
sore or boil was vi3ible. R. B. Powiilj..
East 9th St., Little Rock, Ark.
Of all human diseases, Contagious Blood
Poison is the most hideous and hateful.
The victim is tortured with caliug ulcers,
Borcs and abscesses, unsightly hlotches,
cruptious and other symptoms of the mis
erable disease. S. S, S, has bceu used
successfully for nearly fifty years for
iQVi j&iS f??3fJ Contagious Blood
ott3 Poison. It con
Ert rft lft tains no mercury,
sffiK treatment book
ft 'w gives all the syrup
K Wi Ik h3 oms tu'9 (s"
ease. Medical ad-
TI10 Swift Spoolfic Comiany, Atlanta, Ga.
We have about, 30 dozen good $1.50,
$2.00 and $2,50 sbirks-CLUETT'S-- ft
U tAiat you can buy t,hh week for $1.00 m
each. AS! desirable patterns. Do you m
g want tfre bargains ? B
1 J. WILL GRAY fe BRO., 1
I 133 Main, East Side. Under Electric Siga Gray's.
ill' 'AKES UFES WALK EASY
V2lr M TRADEMARK
Art p- Crossett Foil Footwear hu ihat faultiest slyle,
ra pj Ihe mark of good dressing.
U S 2. The Crossell gives all th; wear good lca'hcr can. f$Jy
L4 'acr0ssc"3hoemcan5orxccom'or'a')'c'0O, jf'W
C.-UIir'-..';, I flour dialer dott not ke'f (h'.m .prile h.c jjffyf
j Hf cii s Look .Here o
Do You Suffer Prom Lost Strength, Nervous Debility, Varicocele,
Early Decay and Waste of Power? They axe Quickly and For- G
0 ever Cured by tho Grand Product of Nature, DR. M'LATJGH- ,
LIN'S ELECTRIC BELT, With
1 Free Electric Suspensory for Weak Men
I This Electric Suspensory carrien the current direct to the weak parts q
and curof all weakness of men, varicocele, etc. It develops and expands -f
O all weal organs and checks unnatural drains. No case of Falling Vigor, O
q Varicocele or Debility can reslyt the powerful Electric Suspensory. It
necr falln to cure. It is free with Belts for weak men.
O No man should be weak; no man should suffer the loss of that vital' q
element which renders life worth living. No man should allow himself
O to become less a man than nature Intended him; np man should suffer D
X for sin9 of his youth, when there Is at hand a certain cure for his weak-
X nes9. a check to his waste of power. O
Q Most of the pains, most of the weakness of stomach, heart, brain q
and nrves, from which men suffer, are due to an early Iobs of nature's j.
rgerve power through mistakes of youth. You need not suffer for .this.
9 You can be restored. The very element which you have lost you can O
X get back, and you may be as happy as any man that lives.
My Electric Belt, with Special Electric Suspensory (free), will re- r
Q store .your power. It will check all unnatural drains and give back the q
g old vigor of youth. -
A Physical Wreck Completely Restored.
' Meadcrvlllo. Mont., Juno 20, 1901. $
0 Dr. McLaughlin: o
r Dear Sir: Tour letter Is at hand, and In reply I would llko to tell you --
0 what your wonderful electric belt la doing for me. I am a minor, thirty- Q
five years old, and have worked with a machine drill for twelve years. When 4-
G) I came to you I wa nothing but a physical wreck, with dreadful palna In my o
back and legs: 1 could neither sleep nor oat. Sometimes I had such dizzy
t? spells that 1 could not stand on my feet I used vour Belt for ono month. Q
ar.d now I am a different man I feel better than I did whnn I was twenty
Q years old I sleep and cat and rest, very good, and my work hardly tlrea mo
ut nil. Dr. McLaughlin, your Belt has done more vood for mo than twenty
G aoctors could do. for I am relieved of all my pains anrt i am llko a new
" man I rcconiancnd your Belt to all suffering mon as tho bept thing In tho T
0 world for any Blcteifcc;. You have my full permission to publish this letter.
g Very reopectfully ouve. PETER OSTERMAN.
- This drain on your power cauceo Kidney Trouble, Rheumatism and
Stomach Aliments. You know It Is a loss of vital power and affects every O
organ of the bedy. Mm, of the ailments from which men suffer can bo
X traced to 1L v x
I have cured tbounar.da of men who have squandered tho savings
of years in useles doctoring.
My Belt is to use; put it on when you go to bed: you feel tho
9 Rowing heat from It (no otlng or burn as in old-style belts), and you
feel the nerves tingle with the now life flowing Into them. You get up J
5h in the morning feeling like a two-yenr-old.
Dr. McLaughlin Hope, Ia.. Dec. 13, 1503.
Dear Sin Will say In reply to yours of the 10th Inst, that I havo worn
t Jho Belt for thirty days today, and can notlco a great Improvement In many 2
m, things. I am not nearly bo norvoua. sleep well, and havo no more terrlblo 7
3! dreams and no dizzy spells In my head beforo retiring on I used to havo b
e Tho Belt Is in good order and worku llko a charm. I feol tho blood flowing 2.
JL freely, and think la another month I will bo In good ehapo. c
1 Tours very truly, B. J. MONAHAN.
f An old man of 7D says ho feels as strong and young as he did at 25, O
P That shows It renews the vigor of youth.
It cures Rheumatism, Sciatic Pains, Lumbago, Kldnoy Trouble. It "
jr banishes pain In a night, never to return. q
What alln you? Write and tell me, and no matter where you are I
think I can give you the address of some one In your town that I have
cured. I've cured thousands, and every man of them Is a walking ad- i
X vertisemnnt for my Belt.
ij: Every man who ever used It recommends It, because it in honest. It q
docs great work, and thorc whom I have cured are the more grateful
bccau.'fe the cure cost so little. O
r6 Every man who uses my .Belt gets the advice and counsel of a phy- X
slcian free. I give you all that any medical man can give you, and a 9
2 lot that he can't, ,
Try my Belt. Write me today fr my beautifully Illustrated book -v
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this ad and I will send thi3 book, eealed, free.
dr. n. t. Mclaughlin,
931 Sixteenth St. Denver, Colo.
j FOR WOMEN
SENT ON TRIAL
PAY ONLY IF PLCABED
Thoutmnda in nsc, uot ono fall-
Jv'mvSLSfev Scad for freo purtlculars,
jDs Standard Appliance Co.
65J Now Netion Oulldlag, Kanaaa City, flo,
In Effect October 0, 1D04.
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY.
No. 10-For Heber, Provo and
Marysvalo 8:00 a. m.
IM-t'or Park City 8:16 a. m.
$ ' e .or Denver and East 8:00 a, m.
Io. 6-For Ogden and West 10 &0 a. m.
h Sor Kaon and West I:i5 p. m.
ft0- ior Denver and Eaat 2:15 p. in.
0. 8 For Provo and Eurolca... C.W p. m.
h- lmzor Ogden and local pt3. 6-03 p. m.
EX0' tEor Dcnvcr and East S:05 p. m.
v0r WT Rdon nnd West 11 MO p. m.
Ct- 2.For Bingham 8:10 a. m.
No, 111 For Bingham 8:00 p. m.
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY.
fr50"1 Oizdon and tho East 3.40 a, m.
.o. 12 From Ogden and local
No, 7 From F.uroka and Provo. 10:00 a. m.
No, 6 From Denver and East. .10:10 a. m.
No. 1 From Denver and East.. 1:25 p. m.
Iso. 2 From Ogden and West.. 3:03 p. m.
No. 101 From Park City 5:15 p. m.
No. 9 From Heber, Provo and
Marysvalo 0:(X) p. m.
Nb, 1 From Ogden and the West 7:50 p. m.
No. 3 From Denver and East. ..11:30 p. m.
No. 113 From Bingham 10:50 a. m.
No, 116 From Bingham G:40 p. m.
All trains excopt Nos, 1 to 6 stop at In
Ticket office, Dooly block.
L A. BEITTON. G. A. P.. D.
Cheap Rates to
St. , Louis
yVNl OTHER EASTERN POINTS YL
Wo can cave you money. Wrlto ra.
C. F. WARREN. General Agent
tn DcoLv Block, Bait Lake City,
rj j y..r.-;-ll'.-;.-.--. :- '.y.-.rr .i,..r''.lV.lA.l,.7
I A Delightful Place to Visit
i A Profltablo Placo to live. f
j j ..SEE.. (
Greatest Pluy Ground on Earth.
Famous Place3 Which Everyone i
Wants to See. ;
Invest In a Ticket to CALIFOR- f
NIA and Secure Rich Dlvldcndn In 1
HEALTH. PLEASURE AND '
Mountains. Valleys. Rlvoro, Loltea :
and Ocean Reached by tho :
For descriptive tnd lllustrativo j
literature call at No. 201 Main
Street. Bait Lako City. ?
R" GRAY General Ajrnt g
10EiJ and permanent euro for
drL i.tincso and tho opium diseases.
Thero Is no publicity, no sickness. Ladles
treated aa privately as at their own
homes. Tho Keoley Institute, 231 W. So.
Temple Salt Lake City. Utah. 1
Scott's Santai -Pepsin Capsules
P. A POSITIVE CURE
fits' ForlnOsmniBtlon orOatarrhof
Iff', ' n tbo i31rtJercnd D!eaad KIJ.
W'wna t neye. MO CUKE no VAT. Caret
ft2iHw T?"- Hjqulutljr and purmsnenllv tho
l1? A Wworit cfirw of Conorpfioa
VlfVk. V nnd CIcC, no matter of bow
Vv 'JVii'siL r ,onC standing. A boolutoly
tVrST harnilcM. gold b7 rtrngjlst.
Sr. A Frlco SI. CO, or by mail, j-ost-OfeV
Pld,1.00,B bores, ?2.76.
THE SAKTAWEPSIN GO,
'Xggfc Bellelontaloa, Ohio.
F. J. HILL DRUG CO., Salt Lake City.
The St. Nicholas Hotel
Io now open. European rateB, 75 cents
a day and up. Corner West Second
South and WeBt Temple, over F. J.
Hill Drug Co.
Nov. 20, (904. )
From Ogden, Portland, jH
Butte, San Francisco, Chi- mW
cago. St. Loula, Omaha. i , WMW
and Denver 8:25 a.m. lH
From Ogden and Intormcdl- . I "JmrnM
ato points g:io o,m. 1 jH
From Ogdon. Cache Valloy, i.
anrt Intermediate points.... 11:55 a.m. 1 MWU
From Ogden, Chicago. St ,
Louis. Kansas City, Oma-
ha. Denver and Saa Fran- ( 'mWrnm
cl3C0 4:20 p.m. L
From Ogden, Cacho Valley. f 1mmM
bt. Anthony, Portland and ' ll
San I-tanClsco 7:30 p.m.
For Opdcn, Omaha, Chicago.
Denver, Kansas City - and
St. Loula 7:00 a.m. tmmM
For Ogden, Portland. St. An-
thony, San Francisco and I mWM
Intermediate points 10:20 a.m. I ymmM
For Ogden, Omaha. Chlcaso, f
Denver. Kansas City. 3L mW
Loula and San Francisco.. 1:30 p.m. f, WRWM
For Ogden. Cache Valloy,
Denver, Kanras City, Oma- 1
ho, St. Louis and Chicago.. 5:45 p.m.
For Ogden, Cache Valley, 1 mmM
Butte. Helena, Portland. mWM
San Francisco and lntormc-
dlato points 11:45 p.m.
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Traffic Mgr. 1
D. E. BURLEY, G. P. & T. A. mWM
D. S. SPENCER. A. G. P. & T. A. mWM
City Ticket office. 201 Main street. IH
Telephone 250. IH
TIME CTTn. '.
San Pedro, Los An- VP???V
golcs & Salt Lako PUy
R. R. Co.
From Oregon Short Lino dopot, Salt Life. H
For Provo, Loh), Fairfield Vmmm
anfl Ncphi. Mantl and IH
points on Sanpoto Valley IH
Ry '8jOOa.m. fWm
For Garfield Beach, Tooele,
Stockton. Mammoth, En- :IH
reka and Silver City 7:45 a.m. WM
For Provo. American Fork,
Lclil. Juab. Mllford, Frisco,
Callentcs aud Intermedial
points 6K)5 p.m.
. ARRIVE. WM
Prom Provo, American Fork.
Lohl, Juab, Mllford, Frisco, mmm
Callontcs and Intcrmcdlalo
points 9:45 a.m. jH
From Provo. Lehl, Fairfield.
Mcrcur nnd Sanpete Valley 'H
Ry points 5 :35 p.m. IH
From Silver City. Mammoth. mmM
j Eureka. Stockton. Tooclp VmWm9
and Garfield Beach 5:35 p.m. IB
Dally Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Scr-
I vlco between Salt Lake,. Mllford, Modena IH
and Callentcs. IH
Direct stage connections for all mining
districts in southern Utah and Nevada.
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Street.
E. W. G1LLETT. J. L. MOORE. fM
Gcn'l Pass. Agt DlsL Pass. Agt.
TO ST. LOUIS.
Through car, Salt Lako City fe) Stl
Louis and Kansoa City. Only one ang IH
to Now York, Buffalo and principal point 'WMWM
oat low rates for aumrrver travel. H
Especial attntlon to ladles and ohJN H
Tourist olepers through to Chicago.' 1 H
ton and othr pvtzZj xltaout (mange. H
Two tjalns dally. IH
Inquire at ticket ornce. xtC Xfotrxy block H
Rait Lako City. Any mrormatlon chr H
fully given. H. C. TO WNS END.
G P. & T A. Missouri Paclflo 7., St-' H
Louis. Mo, H
The Lagoon Road H
Gait Lake & Ogden Railway.
Tim a Table in Effect Sopt. 6, 1804. "
LEAVE SALT LAKE. 6:30 and 3 a. ra-, H
8:S0 and 6:30 p. m. IH
LEAVE FARMINGTON AND LA-
GOON. 7; JO and 10 a. m 4:30 and 6:30 p. m. jH
Extra trains at 11 a. m. and 1:90 p. m. oa H
Bundaya and holidays. H
A. D. PIERSON, Gcn'l Pass. Agt. J
J, B. BEAN, Excursion Agt.
OFFICE, m.yTS 8T. Il
I A POOR DINNER ' I I
I SPOILS A GOOD TRIP. I "
fl You are served good dinners if you use the 1 jH
Turlington. Edward Bok. editor of the Ladies' H '
I Home Journal, writing about them editorially a
Tew months ago, said: I
Jm "One dlnoH In the dining cars of this H H
t?: railroad feeling all the delight that ac- f - I
companies a private dinner' In an ar- Wt H
I I R NESLEN' Gcneral A&ent, ll
l 70 W SEC0:NT S0UTH ST, J