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JMji MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER liS, 190-1. TILE SALT LAJiJi) T11C13TOTB. ' J?AGE MOT H
- 1 ; ; 'mWM
prospect of Building
M Next Spring,'
li What J. F. Younger Has to
j Say of Important Matter
Clark Interested in Iron Deposits and
Will Build Road Soon as Through
iwEp! Eine 13 0US'rUCte"
J "r'ounecr- '5Tho na3 ben guarding
IjBfe ie interests of Mr. Mllner and his-asso-
.'IK elates In the Iron fields or Iron county
Hi fjnc0 the shutting1 down of work thero
fbveral months ago, was In Cedar a day
fB? 6r tvs'o this week, says tho Iron County
rah jin Tounger was asked his opinion lrt
HHv relation to tho prospects for tho building
IwUe oi tne ialke3"of spur Of tho San Pedro,
Iffllff Los n'e,cs & alt Lalco railroad from
b!HflH Lund 10 tn0 lron fiods nnt replied that
HUjllE ho had no doubt that tho branch would
Yfllft' be PusnCu to completion and the re-
u Ail nialnder of tho programme mapped out by
Bl- Messrs, Mllner, Clark and associates, ln-
IhI f eluding the manufacture of iron on a mod-
mWML f cratel scale, carried out no soon as possl-
HK b'.o after the cementing of tho bonds of
NHr Elcel Umt co,1,1dct Salt Lako City
H with the coast
IHMj As many of our readers aro aware. Mr.
B Mllner has secured title to what aro
RJ known as "DaVls Springs" and WO acres
.u 'Jt:j of land for a townsllc, where bloat fur
iHs'iMY races and mills are to be erected and
?B3 quarters provided for tho empl6yees of the
i'lrt company The manufacture of Iron will,
.JBa It Is understood, be conducted on a mod-
crate scale, but If the results aro satls-
Vf factory, It will bo only a short time until
' a busy town will spring up and not only
if If pis Iron bo manufactured, but steel rails,
EM M structural steel of all kinds, etc Ultl-
BE mately, It Is very probable thai the Pa
SH; HE clflc coast navy yards will obtain their
pw Wk nrraor plato and other heavy steel from
If tnla fiurce.
' -. If With Senator Clark the chief stockhold
r. j If cr and promoter of tho new road to the
trpl II coast and a part owner In tho 112 patented
' If claims In tho heart of the Iron district.
'I lit nothing seems moro probable-thftn that ho
' II will plan to furnish work for his engines
If and at the oamo time make his Iron hold-
Mi lags produce a dividend by supplying tho
5l Pacine cOast and Orient trade with Iron.
2iJ The chief obstacle In the way of Carry-
' 'I'll hig out tho programme Is the scarcity of
Villi water In tho vicinity, but If all tho other
l'lli requisites are at hand thero Is little ren-
;'&H son to doubt that sufficient water for all
flffill purposes can be procured, olthor by tho
llKyll purchase of the water from Pinto creek
iWfJff -and Other streams of tho locality or by
lElll "sinking artesian wells.
I EXCURSIONS EAST
l, Via Oregon Short Line.
f St. Louis and return .j .$-12.50
jg Chicago and return 47.50
5 Chicago and return via St Louis.. 47.50
I St. Louis and return via Chicago .. 4S.75
,r - I Through Pullman Blecpers via Union
w 2 Pacific and Wabash lines.
I Tickets on sale Tuesdays and Fridays
Ml I ach week. See agents for particulars.
im f c,ty Ticket Office 201 Main St.
ft I PAYS HIGH FOR A HUSBAND.
I Girl Will Settle Count's Debts and
Aa5, Givo Him S10,000 a Year.
jit : I?
A , PITTSBURG, Pa., Nov. 2".-Count CInl,
''n . t"ta Italian nobleman, grand-nephew of
Ji5 , 'he late Pope Leo, will in tho spring
fCU? R lead to the altar in London Miss Ellza-
j bcth Howo of Pittsburg, one of tho
la ? wealthiest of this city's wealthy young
iK2 i women.
J? ? Some months ago this Wedding was an-
1 nounccd, but for some reason not then
3't2J I Plalnedlt did not take j)lace, the un-
rtis i ecratandlng being that all was off. Now
v5i i 11 naft becn announced again and gossips
J aro b"3y.
I 71,6 Pittsburg grl, out of her vast es-
vSif t T,e has agreed to pay all tho debts Of
I tnn Count, providing they do not run
over 30,CX), and to guarantee him 510,000
STT'j a year for life.
h I i About a month ago there was a bitter
vzA v jet-to when tho Count came 4o Pltts
' ,K- L,lt0 others of tho nobllltv corn
et i f JpB here for a. rich wife, Count CInl was
S'0 I brke and heavily In debt, iio askdd
V !hat ?7.cw ho handed to him with which
t to settle his debts and also 4hat he bo
pj I Elven JIC.OO'D per year for life- This the
;f -1 , Pittsburg girl and her relatives refused
W j to think of and. In a rage, Count CInl
4tM i. TVCnt to Canada. Lately, however, ari
I tnr statement was Issued to the Howes
i ne,re- ad tho Count decided that ho
' 19'Kht worry along with his creditors on
it' J. in hand and a lkc annuity of $10,000.
,vjK t This was agreed to nnd they will wod
j In London. Count CinI is well known In
1 ew York and fashionable watering places
ii' I yhre ho SDcnt tho summer. Ho lialla
j&f I from Rome. Mlt's HOwo Is 40 years of
l aCb. Th6 Count is much younger.
, Better London Market.
f&t LONDON, Nov. 27.-A better feeling
f Prevailed on the stock exchango last
jjiiTV neck, and, although business wns limited,
opprAtors wcro much moro hopeful and
fflS' rricea wcro hotter.
:tP American Hecurltles were again nclivo
rftt ' n"fl buoyant, tho featuro being tho
ltt5nth of Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fo.
x . ana U S. Steel corporation shareB. Prices
' 7ero lmProvcd by considerable buylhg or
2trs trom the continent, which also
DOUBht Inrge ciuantitleu of South Arncrl-ir-i
'. can issues.
'J : -Twe So"th African market shows a
continued steady advance on prices.
& nndorbllt Imported an Organist.
'M "m ASHEVILLE, N. C. Nov. 27. It Is re
m tcd that Georce Vanderbllt hns lm-m&M'-
p.r'cd an organist from England, In vlo
Srili t?un of the law, to take the place of
Jv'"4ti 5 rjiuclngtbii Parker, resigned, at Atl
ti uls church, Blltmore. It la said that
i 5.?w erganl3t claims to ho from Jer
al.hM t(y City
!' anything, when you can get
i it taken by somebody else.
That's sound advice.
jgJJJS f Mr Jtoter itlurni -our money If joU Jon' liltr
DIDNT SWEETEN "JACK." i
Startling Discovery Undo by School
Teacher In New York.
NEW YORK, Nov. 27. You didn't
sweeten that last time, Glndys, and you
know you didn't."
"I did, I did, I did. If anybody's shy
on this jack, it Isn't me "
A teacher overheard those utterances aa
she approached tho girls' cloakroom In a
certain Queens Borough school in recess
time. Of course, she was shocked at any
of her pupils saying, "It Isn't me." but
that grammatlcalMapso was nothing com
pared with the horror suggested by tho
phrases themselves. The teacher paused.
Could she bo mistaken? No, a silvery
Voice said clearlv.
"Give me three cards."
Shuddering, t,ho teacher listened again.
She heard a Gatllng gun fire of such ut
"I'll tnko two cards."
"Just one for me."
"Ho many are you taking yourself?"
I don't need any."
'Oh. glrla. tho dealer stands pat"
Well. I don't care If she does, I'll bet
a blue I have her beaten anyway."
'I II tnko that on tho side. See here!
somebody's shy. Who hasn't put In?"
I m In. "Mine was tho flr3t one In."
"I'm up nil right"
"Well, I don't want to bo personal, but
somebody's shy, and I think it's horrid
mean. If I didn't havo a good hand I'd
throw It down and quit, oven If I am a
"Well, what aro you gblng to do?" impa
llontly. "Oh, I'll risk a white chin."
"Raise you a blue. I ain't scared of any
pat hands. 1'Vo seen too many bluffs."
'Lot's seo; It tnkes a white and a blue
to seo you, doesn't It? Well, I'll ralso it
"Raise you bnck."
"See you, and up sho goes."
The teacher could restrain hersolf no
longer. She stalked into the cloakroom.
"What Is the meaning of this, girls?"
she asked In metdlllc tones. "What aro
theao cards doing in school, and what aro
these red, white and bluo disks?"
There was a visible brightening. Could
It bo nos9lble the tcachor had not heard
any of the talk? Or, If she hnd. could she
be Ignorant of the national gamo and its
terms? It-was worth a chance
"It's a mathematical problem." said
Gladys. "The disks help In working out
the result. They facilitate the counting,
"Very well," said the teacher. "But It's
time for class now Just give mo tho
cards and disks." The girls did so and
went to their studies. The gamo took
place on last Friday. The story was told
yesterday by the teacher.
"What school was It and who wero tho
girls'" was the question.
"I'll never tell you." retortdd tho teach
er. "The parents of two of the girls aro
my own frlend3. That's why I swallowed
tho mathematical yarn so easily."
A NATTJEAL SANITAIirrjM.
What n Scientific Observor Has to
Say About California.
Lieut John P. FIndley. while In
charge of the United States weather
bureau at San Francisco, contributed
a.-, article to a prominent magazine aa
the climatic conditions of California,
in which the following statement ap
peared: "Theoretically, California should fur
nish the best and most varied health
resort and sanitariums In the United
Stales. "Within her borders almost ev
ery form of wasting disease should
llnd the means of temporary. If not
This theoretical statement, from an
unbiased, scientific standpoint, Is abun
dantly confirmed by experience. The
cool and bracing coast climate, devoid
of any trace of malaria,' extends from
the northern part of the Stato to the
extreme south. There is the choice be
tween this cool, hilmld atmosphere and
the dry. warm atmosphere of the In
land valleys. ,
Of altitude there is yet a greater dif
ference. From Plain Valley, 300 feet
below sea level, to the upper Sierras,
7000 or 8000 above, any altitude can be
selected, and comfortable homes bo
The peculiarity of an almost rainless
summer, during whlcn tne injurious
germs of animal and vegetable decay
are destroyed by thorougn desiccation,
Js one of the striking features of. Cali
During the rainy season It Is usually
too cool to facilitate fermentation, and
the result Is, except along Dome of the
river valleys, an absolutely pure at
mosphere. Tho ocean vinds entering
through the several coast openings, aro
tempered by the Intermediate area
passed over, and often receive desir
able healing properties by taking up the
resinous odors of the pines and red
woods of the coast range.
The Bklllful physician, acquainted
with the climatic conditions, should
find little dlfllculty in selecting a local
ity where climate and environment will
do all that these agencies can ever do
toward the restoration of health. There
Is enough- of wlldness to keep the mind
constantly engaged, and enough of civ
ilization to Batisfy the most exacting.
People whose systems are charged
with malaria, or are "run down" by
overwork, Hud Immediate and In many
cases permanent relief In this invigor
For descriptive and illustrative liter
ature call on or address, D. R. Gray,
general agent, S. Pac. Co., 201 Main
street, Salt Lake City. Utah.
HAT CHECKS CAUSE SUIT.
Passengers Bebol Against Utile of Al
ton to Display Pasteboards.
BLOOMINGTON. Ill , Nov. 27.-Trlal of
a romarkablo S10.000 dam.-Lgc case against
tho Alton road has begun in the Circuit
court Tho plaintiffs arc J. "W. Owln, his
wife and J. F. Gwln. Jr. Recently thoy
boarded a train at Chicago with tickets
for St. Louis The conductor gavo them
tho usual hat checks, but these tho Gwlns
failed to display. . . ...
After parsing Jollot tho conductor told
the GwlnB that Tlf they did not display tho
cheeks he would put thorn off. The pas
sXe?s protested. 'but when this city was
reached pollccihon escorted them from thu
UGoiiornl Passenger Agent G. J Charlton,
who was on the train, npproved tho con
ductor's act. Tho railway oftlclals say
that the liat-chcoic rulo Is enforced be
cause somo persons, before taking tho
train at Chicago, buy tickets to Jollet
onlv and that confederates provide them
with hat checks good to St. Louis. The
Gwlns live In Baltimore.
Land for Settlers In Siberia.
ST. PETERSBURG, Nov. 27.-A project
for applying the American achemo of free
, K id ror settlors In Siberia In order to
1 attract colonisation from the congested
districts of European Russia, is attracting
much favorable comment. The plan us
proposed follows closely tho Amcrlcun
Violent Storm on Oregon Const.
ASTORTA, Or., Nov. 27.-A southwest
storm that gives Indications of becoming
SB violent na the one Inst woek broko over
tho const shortly before midnight. Tho
wind hill attained a velocity of sixty-Ilvo
fflles an hour, with a falling barometer,
promising slUl heavier weather.
THIS ANGEL Of
lakes a Strike,
She Was "Broke" When
She Reached Cape Nome,
but Had Nerve.
Went to "Work as Hygienic Physician
and 3Iado Big Winning, Being
PLAINFIELD, Conn., Nov. 27. Home
again, after six years' experience In Uio
Klondlko, enduring hardships which
would 1:111 any ordinary woman, Marie
Rledsell, tho pluckiest prospector in petti
coats that evor penetrated tho region
which lured thousands to death and dis
aster, is being overwhelmed with con
gratulations. Sho has come back with gold, and so
much of It that her comfort Is assured to
tho end of her days, unless after all her
adventuro sho shall fall In love and permit
seme laggard to enjoy tho result of her
Sho gavo up hor farm In Hopovllle in
1S?5, before the crazo for exploration In
tho frozen land had reached Its height,
and with ajnazlng courago started off
alone, with 900 pounds of baggage and two
dogs. Her objective point was tho Chll
koot pass, and she made It Hundreds of
men were abandoning tho chnso for
wealth when sho got there, but Miss Rled
sell pressed On until sho reached the gold
fields. She was absolutely penniless when
sho got to Cape Nome, and to replenish
her purso sho set up as a hygienic physi
cian. A Born Nurse.
Natural aptitude for such work brought
groat success. Sho was a born nurse,
possessed of a wonderfully sympathetic
naturo and a sort of Innate knowledge of
physiology. Sho ministered to the wants
of scores and scores of prospectors strick
en by dlBcaso. and In tlmo became known
as tho angel of Alaska. Her powers of
endurance were so great that while sho
carried on her humanitarian work sho did
not lose sight of the main chance and
staked out a number of profitable claims
Tho story of her adventures reached tho
States and many marvelous stories were
nrinted about her.
One said sho was dead; another that she
was worth half a million. Many strange
pictures of hor were printed, but sho con
tinued to heal tho sick, aid tho distressed
nnd feed tho hungry Sho saved hundreds
of lives, and when sho suddenly arrived In
her old home this morning the rush to see
her was extraordinary.
"Homo to Kest."
Tho Press correspondent was tho only
porson she would receive
"I am at home to rest." she said. "I am
sick and tired of winters In cold Alaska
I have bought one of the most beautiful
plnces In this town, Grlswold, and expect
to end my days here. I will not practlci
medlclno here for money, as I am now
able to live In peace and comfort without
work, no matter how long I may live. 1
shall stay hero a few days, then go away;
but when I return here next year It will
bo to remain.
"I left Cape Nome on October 15 on the
Senator, and stopped ono week at the
World's fair and another among my old
Now York friends."
Before Miss Rledsell left Nomo City the
richest claim over discovered had been
opened up at Llttlo Crock, near Anvil.
Thousands of dollars havo been taken
there In ono pan. Miss Rledsell has Inter
ests In many Capo Nome, Anvil and Llt
tlo Creek claims. Her fortune, earned
with her own hnnds, runs into the millions.
ROMANCE ENDS IN PRISON.
Paroled Convict Changes Name to
Wed Betrayed by, Son-In-Law.
COLUMBUS, O., Nov. 27. Violating his
paiolo that he might wed the woman who
had captfvated him. Russell B. Drake,
alias James Russell Lowell Mlllor was
arrested by officers from tho Ohio Stato
pcnltentlarv. To the action of his son-in-law.
Charles IC. Heidelberg of Bowl
ing Green. O., is due tho ending of a
slri-nge romance. Hcldclboi'C, when he
failed to prevent the match, prepared a
story of the case and printed It In a
newspaper Tho authorities acted
promptly. Drako met his wlfo. an ac
ccmpllshed musician, at a concert here
one vcar ago She was Miss Nora K.
Schoemer of Cincinnati. He followed her
to her hom. nnd they were married last
August Drake formorly was an insur
ance agent in Tiffin, and was well to do.
He Ls said to havo amassed a comfort
able fortune slnco his parole.
Via Oregon Short Lino and Union
St Louis and return , $-12.50
Chicago and return 47.50
Chicago and return via St. Louis.. 47.50
St Louis and return via Chicago.. 4S.75
Through Pullman sleepers.
Tickets" on sale Tuesdays and Fridays,
See agents for particulars. '
City Ticket Office. 201 Main St
Inspecting Foreign Sailors.
PARIS, Nov. 27 Rear Admiral C. W.
Watson, United States navy, retired, has
loft Paris for Rome, to continue his as
signment to report on the physical and
mornl conditions of the enlisted men of
European navies. Ho has inspected sail
ors of the British, French and German
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is
Pleasant to Take.
The finest quality of granulated loaf
sugar Id used in the manufacture of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and the
roots used in Its preparation give it a
flavor similar to mapk- syrup, making It
quite pleasant to take. Mr. W. L.
Roderick, of Poolesvllle, 1.UL, in speak
ing of this remedy, says: "I havo used
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy with my
children for several years and can
truthfully Bay it ls the best preparation
of tho kind I know of. The children like
to take it and it has no .injurious after
effect. For eale by all Ieadoing- drug-glBU,
Is a very common complaint amonc tho
"quick lunch" people of America and those
who indulge themselves with rich, highly
seasoned foods. It can and will result in
vio Chronic Dyspepsia,
fitt&ix Gastritis, Catarrh of
fYMa the Stomach and Mu
t(fe cous Membrane.
rKSSS' Munyon's Paw
rfi&j?&Iy Pavf "Tonic and Paw
11 ''Ac Paw Pills will quickly
I iPX curo vour heartburn
--aeWTvTLjV and prevent its prog-
fnHEcMsmi ress towartls the more
Capt. Randall, of
vTy Ttsbttry, Mass., says
u . .V nVfc. ih&t Munyon's Pate
MiMi P red him of
aeult Indtmlmi after
' vi- -" Uii a score of doctors had
r tui iJS failed, and he had tried
everything from 'Jamaica Cither' to 'Fair
cbtld's Pepsin' and a lot of patent remedies
besides. He says he would fype $io a bottle
for Munyon's Paw-Paw Tom's before be
XMuldbe without it."
OMunyon's Paw-Paw Tonic will positively
cure all forms of Dyspepsia, Indigestion or
other stomach trouble. Munyon's Paw
Paw Laxative Pills will cure Constipation,
Jaundice, Biliousness and all troubles of
Munyon's Witch Hazel Soap is the
purest soap made. It makes tho skia eof t
For salo ovcrywhoro.
I , A BEAUTIFUL j
I- f;ACE j
' Beaming from a photograph looks S
still moro beautiful If encased in
an exquisite frame. Wo have two 5
specialties in leather frames this J
1 season In a variety of colors, all '
beautifully embossed and artistic
to a degree These leather goods f,
aro tho very latest thing, and a t
protrler gift could not bo found I
for the money, tho smaller ones '
selling at 75 cents and the larger
; ones, of which we are making a
I specialty, priced at $1. Wo have but .
' a few of these specials, no two t
' alike, and If you are looking for
. J anything of tho kind, now ls tho
tlmo to buy '
i lyftere the gars
puts a piano in
I your home. i
'J $10 ls ail wo ask as tha flnrt
'! payment on a ?250 Piano, and $S L
j per month thereafter pas the jj
( balance. This Piano, the Rem-
brandt is a beautiful instrument -j
fully guaranteed for ten years.
5 Carstensen & Anson Co. (
i (Incorporated.) r
F Templo of Music (
..T4 MAIN STREET..
' Successors io Dnyneo Music Co. j(
You'll find it in every cup.
Sold by tho best grocers every
where. Imported by
Hewlett Bros, Co
'- Jfi ' NOTICE. , " V
ra ' ' Wo havo just re- t
j? cclvGd a paper o !
I unmounted diamonds that wo cim n
X Eell at unusually low prlc". l" k
V finest quality, which wo will do. k
J Plcnso call and lou at thorn at r
f once, as they wUl move fast. Man- gj
I ufactmo all kinds of special do- N
V flgns to order. Make over old Jew- g
l elry Into up-to-dato designs or ox- rt
1 charigo for now. or buy your old t
y 2M So Main St Ii
A P0SITWE CURE
tho Divider r.nd Dironted Eld.
r225Luevo. mo cuke no tat. Curt3
(tjyulckly nnd rf rmanentlv tho
jjlvonit cocs of OoDorruMu
iot, yj nud Glxt, no matter of bow
fek r lonK 'tandlwi. Abeulutoly
zT1! fmnuIOM eold by rtrogclstr,
I Prlco Ol.fO. or by mall, rust
JiTf J puld, ei.00, 3 boses, 43.7A.
',y$2ff5'i BollelontelM, Ohio.
F. J. HILL DRUG CO.. Salt Lake City.
The St. Nicholas Hotel
Is now open. European rates, 75 cents
a day and up. Corner West Second
South and WeBt Temple, over F. J.
Hill Drug Co.
J J. W. CTJFvRIE, ' I
' ASSAYKU. J
; 70 W. 3rd South. Salt Lake City.
Cheap Rates to
'AND OTHER EASTERN POINTS V
Wo can nave you money. Write is,
C. F. WARREN, General AjpsnL
m Dooly Block, Suit Lako City,
A Delightful Placo to Visit. i
3 A Profitable Placo tp Live.
!j Greatest Play Ground on Earth. j
Famous Placos Which BJvoryon
J Wanto to See. 1
r Invest in a Ticket to CALIFOR- '
' NIA and Secure Rich Dividend! in 't
-. HEALTH. PLEASURE AND t
'r: Mountains. Valleys. Rivers, Lakes
2 nnd Ocean Reached by tho i
5 Southern Pacific (
A (Sompajny's Lines j
; For descriptive tnd Ulustracivo i,
S literature call at No. 251 Mala
0 Street. Bait LaJte City.
' D. R. GRAY. Oenaral Aent ft
The State Bank of Utah
Corner Mnln and South Templo Sts., '
Salt Lako City.
JOSEPH F. SMITH. President.
WILLIAM B. PRESTON, Vice-President.
CHARLES 3. BURTON, Cashier.
HENRY T. srEWAN. Asst. Cashier.
GENERAL BANKING- BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited Special attention to
country trade. Correspondence Invited.
J. E. COSGRIFF, E. W. WILSON,
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
Commercial National Bank
An Exponent of Conservatism Combined
J- J. Daly. W. P. Noble. VIco-prcsldents.
A, H. PEABODY, Asst. Cashier.
WELLS. FAGG0 & CO. BANK
Salt Lako City, Utah,
The Oldest and Strongest Bank in Utah.
Surplus - ) ...$11,379,000
Undivided profits I
Transacts a general banking business,
domestic and forolgn.
Direct connections wlh banks In all
principal cities of the world.
Drafts, i on all
Letters of Credit. V prominent I
Telegraphic Transfers. ) cities, j
Deposits received subject to check. '
II L MILLER, Cashier.
II. P. CLARK. Asst. Cashier
ESTABLISHED 1841. 1E0 OFFICES
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST,
g. dun &
The Mercantile Agency.
GEORGE RUST, Genoral MMflr,
Ct.h, Idaho zt-Z vTyomlng.
Offlco In Progress bldg.. Salt Lako City.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID, J20O.COO.OO.
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
Established 1K9. Incorporated 15J3.
Transact a General Banking Business.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
TESEPvET NATIONAL BANK,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lako City, Utah.
Capital, S500,000 Surplus, S25O,O00
L. S. HILLS, MOSES THATCHER.
H. S. YOUNG. D. S. HILLS,
Cashier. Asst. Cashier.
Safe deposit boxes for rent.
NATIONAL BANK OF
U. S DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX President
JAMES A. AUIRRAV Vlco-Presldent
W. F. ADAliG. - , Cashier
CAPITAL PAID IN. ttSCOOO.
Banking In all its branches fyansnctcd.
Exch'uiRo drawn on tho principal cities
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
JTyJcCORNICK & CO.,
Salt Lako City, Ttah.
a J06.;lm and pormanont curo for
dri Uriness and the opium diseases.
There Is no publicity, no sickness. Ladles
treated as privately ns at their own
homes. The Koelcy Institute, 331 W. So.
Temple, Salt Lnkc City. Utah,
1 ZU Crystal Cafe f
-)- 239 MAIN STREET
2 Has Opened. 2
X Open day and night. Tel. Ml-Y. Q
Tray Orders Solicited.
In Effect October G, 1904.
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY.
10 For Heber, Provo and
Maryovalo 8:00 a. m.
io. lt'2 For Park City 8:1C a, m.
ino. & For Denver and East .... 8:G0 a. m.
-or Ogden and West..,.. .10:00 a. ra.
No. 1 For OBden und West 1M5 p. ra.
no. 2 For Denver nnd East 3.16 p. ra.
No. 8 For Provo and Eureka... 6:00 p. m.
No. 11 For Ogden and local pts. 6:05 p. m.
No, -i For Denver and East S.M p. m.
No. 3 For Osden and West 11:-10 p. ra.
So. 112 For Bingham 8:10 a. m.
No. 11 For Bingham 3:00 p. ro.
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY.
No. 6 From Ogden and tho EaBt 8:40 a. m.
No. 12 From (Jgden and local
points ,V...... 10.25o.ro.
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo.l0:00 a. m.
No, & From Denver and East. ,10-40 a, m.
No. 1 From Denver and East. 1:33 p. m.
No. 2 From ORdcn und West.. 3:05 p. m.
No, 101 From Park City 5:15 p. m.
No. 0 From Ileber. Provo and
Maryovalo , 6:00 p. m.
&o. 1 From Ogden and the West 7:55 p. ra.
o, 3 From Denver and East.. 11:30 p. m.
No. 113 From Bingham 10:50 a. ra.
No. 115 From Bingham 5M0 p. m.
All trains except N03. 1 to 6 Btop at In
Tlckot office, Dooly block.
I, A. BEWTON. G. A. P. D.
COLORADO-UTAH SHOR? 11NB
TO ST. LOUIS.
Through car. Bait Lako C1t7 t) "St.
Louis and Kansas City. Only ono oStangn
to New York, Buffalo and principal points
'Cast low rates for summer travel.
Especial attention to ladles and chil
dren. Tourist slMpers throueh to Chicago,
Scaton and other pzizfU txttnout caange.
Two tralnD doilr.
Inqulro at ticket ornce. da &ony block.
Bait Lake City. Any mrormatlon cheer
fullv given. H. C. TOWNSEND.
G P. & T. A. Missouri Pacific rt?., St
The LogooB Road
Salt Lako & Ogden Railway.
imo Table in Effect Sept, C, 1904.
LEAVE SALT LAKE. fi:S0 and 3 n. m
ShvVb'VaRMINOTON AND LA
GOON 7:30 andTo a . 430 and 6:30 P. n
Extrk trains at 11 a ra. and 1:S p. m. oo
Bundaya and holldnvn
A. D. PIERSOI, GenM Pass. Agt.
J B. BEAN, Excursion Agt.
OFFICE. 151HiN BT.
gplll TIMETABLE I
jffil Nov. 20, 1904,
From Ogden. Portland. mWM
Butte, San Francisco, Chi- mWM
cago. St. Louis, Omaha. mwM
and Denver 8:25 e.m iH
From Ogden and Intermcdi- IH
ate points 9:10 a.m. IH
From Ogden, Cache Valloy, mM
and Intermediate points.... 11:55 a.m. -WMM
From 'Ogden. Chicago, St.
Louis, Kansas City, Oma
ha, Denver and San Fran-
claco 4:20 p.m. IH
From Ogden, Cache Valley.
St Anthony, Portland and
San Francisco 7:30 p.m. IH
For Ogden, Omaha, Chicago.
Denver, Kansas City and IH
St. Louis 7:00 o.ra.
For Ogden, Portland, St An- fmWmM
thony, San Francisco and IH
Intermediate points- 10:20 a.m. 'AwmM
For Ogden, Omaha, Chicago,
Denver. Kansas City. St fmwmm
Louis and San Francisco.. 1:30 p.m. IH
For Ogden. Cache Valley, mwM
Denver, Kansas City. Oma- B
ha, St LouIh and Chicago.. 5:45 p.m.
For Ogden. Cacne Valley. VmmM
Butte. Helena, Portland. IH
San Franclncoiand Intcrme-
dlate points 11:45 p.m.
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Traffic Mgr. VkjM
D. E. BURLEY. G. P. & T. A. MMM
D. S. SPENCER. A. G. P. & T. A. mW
City Ticket ofdee. 201 Main street
Telephone 250. 4 IH
TABLE. mm I
San Pedro, Los An- xfvrfy
gclcs & Salt Lako NU'V1' VmWM
R. R. Co.
From Oregon Short Lino depot, Salt Lifa mwM
For Provo, Lehl, Fairfield mWM
and Ncphl. Mantl and MMMt
points on Sanpcto Valley MMm
Ry 8:00 a.m. V-9M
For Garfield Beach, Tooele,
Stockton. Mammoth, Eu- mmm
reka and Silver City '7:45 a.m.
For Provo, American Fork.
Lehl, Juab, Mllford, Frisco, MMm
Callcntes and Intermediate mmm
points 6K)5 p.m. MMm
From Provo, American Fork, IH
Lehl. Juab, Mllford, Frisco. MMm
Callcntea and lntcrmedla,te MMm
points 9:45 a.m. MMM
From Provo. Lehl, Fairfield, MM
Mcrcur and Sanpcto Valley Immm
Ry. points 5:35p.m. mmM
From Silver City, Mammoth, MWM
Eureka. Stockton, Tooole MMM
and Garfield Beach 5:35 p.m. Mmm
Dally Pullmnn Buffet Sleeping Car Ser-
vlco between Salt Lake, Mllford, Modcna Mmm
and Callontes. fmWM
Direct stage connections for all mining IB
districts In southern Utah and Nevada. mUM
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Street.
Telephone 250. IH
E. W. GILLETT, J. L. MOORE. Mk
Gen' I Pass. Agt Dist. Pass. Agt WWl
I aestlons Abosst the 1
I World's Fair. ' 11
There are a io of little things In conneotlon
if with a trip to the World's Fair at St. Louis that t$jj
vou will wisli to know rates, how long tickets gf
5. are good, time of trains, whether or not a change M
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board and lodging. j-j 'jjlm
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j telling the place you wish to reach and about H
j how long you will want to stay. 1 will tell-you a
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