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SjL. MONDAY MORNING, 1UU ' THE SALT TuAKF, TKTBTJiSTEi. PAGENINB H
: Willi FAVOR
rian to Build Church
ich Americans Are to
Aid the Rev. Charles
rench Pastor and Author Makes a
Midnight Visit to the Bow
i ery Slums.
NEW YORK, Dec. 4. There was wldo
iread Intoroat today In the plan to
ovlde for Charles "Wagner, tho author
' "The Simple Life," a great church In
Thero will bo an International tuna to
c project. Headed by John Wanamakcr
id Levi P. Morton, several men of
ealth and influence In this country will
-operate with Fastor "Wagner's follow
s In Pmlo In raising funds. Robert C.
jdon, who gave the dinner at tho
nlon League club In honor of Mr. Wng
t, gave all credit for formulation of
e Idea to John Wanamakcr. It was
JMr. "Wanamakcr who announced the
1 "Tho nlan Is to belter equip Mr. "Wag
ner In his good work." said Mr. Ogdcn.
i'Jt probably will tako $150,000 to erect a
church suited to Pastor Wagner's needs.
Mr. Wanamakcr has assurances from
Uiivl P. Morton, whose family recently
wero members of tho AVagner congrega
tion, that ho wilt contribute to the fund
fnd work to securo money from others,
t Is not tho purpose of those Interested
b make any sensational appeal for
PlTho committee Includes: Stephen Baker,
hn Crosby Brown. William Harrison
rown, Dr David Boravld, Edward Cary,
' O Castle. Francis G. Coffey. Dr. G.
corgo A, Plimpton, Dr. Albert Shaw,
Crary, Dr J. H. Ogtcn, R. M. Ogtcn.
imcs Stokes, Georgo Foster Pcabody
id AV N Armstrong.
Visit to the Bowery.
Pastor AVagner went to the Bowery
lsslon from the. Union league cluu.
nee September it. when ho arrived In
merlca from Ha'ro on La Lorraine, ho
is seen more Interesting peoplo nnd has
ion shown more salient features of :ho
nltcd States, its distinguished pcrson
;cs and its Government than any for
gner who has stepped on our shores,
e has been entertained by tho President
: the United States. Ho Is one of the
w examples In history of an untitled
relgncr a plain man being introduced
a public assemblage by tho President
the United States. Slnco September 17
istor agncr has had the social entree
to the homes of more distinguished
mertcans of varied Interests, classes and
ofcsslons than any other European vls
Dr of recent years.
Ho has accepted Invitations everywhere
id to everything. Ho has talked to every
:o who would look him in tho eyes and
lake his hand. He has studied Amerl
ins as they never were studied before,
et at 1 o'clock tho other morning, as
5 stood In the cold street, exposed to
i Icy wind, and watched the half-clad,
ingry men of the bread lino move slow
forward to a cup of coffee and a roll,
s'sald that ho had not learned all about
merlca that during his visit ho had
en nothing like tho miserable, shlvcr
g men before him that this was tho
rangest sight he had seen In New York.
Caino at Midnight
It was midnight when Pastor Wagner
llshcd his drive from tho Union Leoguo
ub and alighted at tho door of tho
awery mission. Through a lane of
leering men the very queerest collec
yguon of men In the whole world tho au
f ithor of "Tho Simple Llfo" walked to the
1 1 platform. The leader motioned to tho
' lorganlst Tho orgnnlst touched tho keys.
Kind the roomful of Bowery "bums" mado
Hjic smoky celling quiver with tho re
walning verses of tho Christian battlo
MlOutside, the bread line was already
IKormlng. Dark figures to tho number of
(tevoral hundred wcro rrouchlng In lines
Vwhlch extended up and down the Bow
Jfcry, nnd then, turning, faded away Into
iho darkness down Lnyard and Canal
IBfcThe "Simple Life" man paused, "Your
faces Interest me." ho said, slowly and
scry earnestly, "i&c a face Is better to
read than any book. How sad, how sad,
aro the stories I read here.
"When I came In here I saw some of
you sleeping as If from a long Journey.
If I could know theso Journeys If I
could know all the way3 by which you
camo here, 1 would be the richest and
the best-Informed man In tho world. I
sympathize with you. I, too, am of tho
people. I always will be ono of tho
people, Just as I always will bo a boy
STou have come In hero .out of the rough
wlntor, the bitter cold, and the darkness
of the night You are my brothers, and
I' bid you welcome."
I The Lark That Sang.
tHo told a story a story of a lark which
camo to his window and sang when ho
;was homesick in Paris. Ho was home
Rick for tho mountains, tho streams, the
green meadows, the birds and the villages
of Alsace. And ho told lfow. with tho
lark's song, his mind was tilled with
thoughts of Alsaco and with hope. Ho
said tho homeless men of New York, who
once haxl been aomobodys who once had
had homes and wives and families would
got hopo and would" bo set on their fc;t
again If they only heard tho lark sing.
And ho thought tho lark sang In tho
Bowery mission ovory night.
S At the close of hla remarks Pastor AVag
ner stopped down from the platform and,
vnlklng out on tho tloor, mingled with
tho men, looking Into their faces and
talking to them.
9 Meanwhile It was nearly 1 o'clock. As
is tho custom, great pots of coffee and
baskets of buns wcro brought In and dis
tributed to the W. The men arose and
enng "AVondcrful AVords of Life." Tho
empty coffee-cups were collected Tho
wcetlug was over Tho bread line was
ready to atari.
(Pastor AVagner waited for the lino to
move forward. Ho bh.w half-starved, half
frozen outcasts guli down boiling hot
coffee. Ho saw them swallow their bread
seemingly whole. He saw thorn try to
jaecrotc themselves In tho basement long
enough to got thoroughly warm. Ho saw
them driven out Into the night by tho
fjllood of othora constantly coming in.
Fcls-Naptha doesn't make wash
jday long-drawn-out; doesn't break
favour back at the wash-tub ; doesn't
!j jequire hot Avater; doesn't fill
I kitchen with steam ; doesn't wear
g out clothes.
li-Xaptha t Philadelphia.
on the Decrease
While tho Moral, Intellectual and
Physical Qualifications of Immi
grants Aro of Higher Order.
WASHINGTON", Dec J. Immigration
to tho United StatC3 decreased materially
during tho last fiscal year, and 'It la a
notable fact that tho moral, Intellectual
and phyclcal qualifications of the Immi
grants admitted to this country during
tho past year are higher than over be
fore. Theso are two salient features of
tho annual report of Frank F. Sargent,
Commissioner-General of Immigration.
During the paat fiscal year 821,870 aliens
arrived In tho United States, of whom
6-19,100 were males and 2G3.770 females, an
Increase In females, as compared with
last year, of 1U.&70, and a decrease In malOB
of 60.046. Of the total numbor 2323 could
read, but not write. lGS.JKQ could neither
read nor write, and, It Is presumed, tho
remainder. 610.012 could both read and
write; 93.575 brought with them $50 or
more each, and 501.GS0 brought each less
than J0O. The total amount of money
shown bv the S12.S70 aliens to officers
wa $20.81) I.3S3. or 5I.77C.S70 moro than was
brought by the 607.046 arrivals of tho last
At the variouK sea ports S3M aliens
wore excluded during the year, -17SS be
ing baupera. 1CC0 diseased, 25 convlcta and
1G01 contract laborers.
1,601 contract laborers.
Of tho aggregato steerage Immigration
7G7.SC3 camo from Europe. 2C,13C from Asia
nnd 1S.751 from all other countries. Tho
greatest number of immigrants, 133.2D6,
camo from Italy, a decrcaso of 57,376 from
last year; H5.H1 from Russia, -16.350 from
Germany, nn Increase of C29i; 9S.C26 from
England, an Increase of 12,107; 36.142 from
Ireland, an Increase of 832 ; 27.703 from
Sweden, a decrease of 13,263; 23.S0S from
Norway, a decrease of C53; 11,313 from
Greece, a decrease of 2747; and 11.002 from
Scotland, an Increase of 4019. Of the
Oriental countries Japan furnished tho
greatest number of Immigrants, 14.2C4 a
decrease of 5780; whllo China supplied
42C9, an Increase.
It Is noted In tho report that more
than half of the total immigration, or
J2I.844 was supplied by tho Italian, Polish,
Slovak and Magyar races.
TEACH CHINESE BY MACHINE
Phonogrnph Put to Novel Use in Uni
versity. BP:RKELEY. Cnl., Dec. -5. Teaching
the Chlneac language by machinery Is
tho latest -wrinkle In university circles,
Prof. John Fryor having demonstrated
that phonographic records can be used
In the classroom where Instruction In
Oriental languages Is given.
Experiments were begun by Prof.
Fryer Feveral weeks ago, and they
have now reached the stage where no
doubt of the efficiency of the method Is
felL The scheme, when thoroughly de
veloped, is expected to be of Immense
benefit to all students of Oriental lan
guages. Prof. Fryer prepared his first phono
graphic discs with lessons In the Kuan
Hua language. In the phonograph they
enuncluted the words with accuracy
and clearness, and the Professor was
delighted with the results. Any num
ber of plates can be manufactured, and
students will then be able to provide
themselves with that which will In
some respects take the place of tho
The advantage of tho plan conslstB
In the ease with which a student may
secure a reiterated pronunciation of
words he desires to become familiar
with, by the use of the phonograph.
Difficult sounds nnd tones can be pro
nounced and reproduced by the pho
nograph for the student's benefit, until
he Is perfectly acquainted with them.
White Owl Perched on Church Spire.
BORDENTOAVN. Dec. 4. A largo white
owl, which perched upon the weather
vane of tho Baptist church, a height of
130 feet, drew a largo crowd of specta
tors. An effort was mado to dlslodgo
the bird from Its perch by some ono with
a rifle. Tho ball struck the bird, but It
Hew away, apparently uninjured
4 : t
Local forocast for today, fair.
Yesterday's record at the local office of
tho weather bureau:
Maximum temperature, 37 degrees; mini
mum temperature, IS degrees, mean tom
peraturo. 2S degrees, which Is S degrees
below tho normal.
Accumulated deficiency since tho first
of tho month. 11 degrees.
Accumulated excess of temperature
slnco January 1, 131 degrees.
Total precipitation from 6 p. m. to 6 p.
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation
since the first of the month. .20 Inch.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
since tho first of January .31 lnclu
DOTY SUCCEEDS EARLS.
Salt Lake Man Becomes Superintend
ent of Bullion-Beck.
Special to Tho Tribune.
EUREKA, Dec. 4.-L. C. Doty, of Salt
Lake will succeed James Earls as sup
erintendent of tho Bullion Beck mlno at
this place. Mr. Doty arrived today and
will take up his new duties at once. Ho
la by no means unfamiliar with mining
In Tlntlc, n3 he has been connected with
several mines of this district In tho past.
About seven years ago he was superin
tendent of tho Eureka Hill mine, a neigh
boring property to tho Bullion Bock.
Speech Lost by a Fall.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Dec. 4. Phy
sicians at the Polyclinic hospital were
greatly Interested in tho extraordinary
case of James J. Donnelly, 1722 South
Eighteenth street, who fell downstairs
and as a result lost his abllltv to re
Careful inquiry into the case con
vinced the surgeons he fell accidentally
and that his loss of word memory was
caused by his striking his head vlo
lcntly against a hat rack.
At 1:20 ho left. Ills cab was waiting at
the door. As he stepped out of tho mis
sion the Bowery was deserted, save for
tho tail-end of tho bread lino, In which
a couple of hundred men wcro Bhlvorlng
their way toward a cup of warmth
"A Blrango sight," said tho great man
as he entered his cab. "A strange night'
A stranuo city I"
Ho Crim to Stonl Bread.
AVILM1NGTON Del.. Dec. -(.-Stephen
A'anesken wns before tho Municipal court
yesterday charged with stealing a loaf of
bread. AVh.Uo the evidence showed that
tho prisoner had been caught whllo eat
ing the bread. It wan also shown that tho
young man hud been out of work for
5omo tlmo and was hungry. AVhen tho
Judge heard tho testimony ho dismissed
ORDER NEW CARS,
Pullman Builds Salt
Harrlman Lines Place Or
ders for Several Thou
sand New Cars.
Salt Lake Route Orders a Total of
1710 Prom Eastern Factories for
Delivery During- This Month.
In Us curront Issuo the Railway Ago
gives considerable space In Its now equip
ment department to orders placed with
big Eastern factories for cars to bo used
on roads running out of Utah. Tho Em
piro Construction company gets from 'tho
mammoth Pullman works two coaches.
The Salt Lako Routo orders from the same
factory eight dining cars, and theso will
bo tho latest and finest run on any road
In the United States. Tho now lino to
Los Angeles also gets tho following: Sev
en hundred nnd fifty box cars and 200
stock cars from tho American Car &
Foundry company nnd 7&0 double hopper
gondola cars of fifty tons capacity from
tho Pressed Steel Car company. This
makes a total of 1700 new cars for the
Salt Lake Route, all of which will bo ar
riving in this city by tho end of tho
Tho Southern Pacific gets from Pullman
five now and elegant diners and flvo ob
servation smoking cars, and from the
American Car & Foundy company. COO
box and 700 stock cars, a total of 1010
Tho Oregon Short Lino gets from tho
American Car & Foundry company, COO
stock cars, which Is all that Is needs for
The O. R. & N. company gets from tho
American Car & Foundry company, 200
This makes a grand total for theso lines,
which arc owned by much the same par
ties, 3320 new cars, which will cost ap
proximately $6,6(0,000 a mighty big sum
to bo paid by tho AVest to threo Eastern
SCHLACKS MAKES SWEEP.
Mertsheimor Out, With Groves and
W. J. Schlacks Advanced.
Sncclal to Tho Tribune.
DENVER, Colo., Dec -1. F. Mertsheim
or. superintendent of the motlvo power
and car department of tho Denver & Rio
Grando system, has resigned. J. R.
Groves, superintendent of machinery of
tho Colorado Midland, will succeed him.
AV. J. Schlacks, 'master mechanic of tho
Colorado Midland, will bo promoted to
Mr. Groves' present position. Tho ap
pointments are effective December 10. Mr.
Groves will have charge of the shops as
well as tho motlvo power and several
changes arc expected when he takes
charge. Mr. Schlacks, who succeeds Mr.
Groves with the Midland, Is a brother of
Mco-PrcsIdent Schlacks of tho Rio
Grande. Ho 1b only 2S years old. Ho got
his schooling under Mr. Groves and his
y Bailroad Notes
The Northwestern has surveys from
Casper to the Big Horn country.
General Passenger Agent S. K. Hooper
V)f tho Rio Grando system, left for Den
ver yesterday on No. 2. Ho will meet
General Superintendent AVclby, who Is
coming AVest and who will probably ar
rive this evening.
Edward F. Burnett, general eastern
agent of the Oceanic Steamship company
at New York, has been appointed manag
er of the Immigrant bureau of the AATest
ern Passenger association at Now York
to succeed F. A. AVadlelgh.
AA7anted: The Identity of John D. Mllll
ken, who seoms to be the leading spirit
of tho now Colorado, Wyoming & Idaho,
to be built from Kansas City to Boise. He
is given as being a resident first of Kan
I sas City, then of St. Louis and now of
McPherson, Kan. Tho directories of the
two larger cities do not contain his name.
AMce-Presldent Bancroft accompanied
the Schlff party through to El Paso. The
representatives of King Edward A'll arc
being given great space In California pa
pers and hints of an alliance between tho
crown of Great Britain and Rockefeller,
Harrlman, Schlff and the National Citi
bank aro rife. Tho next thing tho public
will hear will be tho coming of King Ed
word to make an official Inspection of tho
STARVED TO DEATH
Our text today Is the story of tho miser
who taught his ass to live on straw, of
which ho gave him a smaller portion
Juat aB the miser had got him so trained
as to cat ono straw a day tho poor ass
Ho Is an ass who starves himself to
death as thousands are doing, misled by
foolish teachers because their stomachs
have become too weak, through neglect
or disease, to do the work which naluro
has provided for their stomachs to do.
Because tho cnglno Is out of Bear, would
you consign It to the Junk heap?
AVhy, no! Mend It!
Commit slow suicide because your di
gestive organs leak?
Certainly not! Take Stuart's Dyspepsia
One thing Is Biirc as shooting.
You can novcr get a new stomach.
You must mend it, or It will lead you a
The only way to mend It Is to take
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets.
This has been practically and scien
tifically demonstrated by tho many thou
sands whom Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
have positively cured after ovory othur ,
treatment of medicine, mineral waters,
pills and slow, suicidal starvation, had I
Theso methods ar.i all unscientific '
Stuart's DyspepHla Tablets aro scientific
therefore truo, and successful.
Having cured so many thousands many
of whom doubtless havo suffered moro .
than you do do wo claim too much when
we say that Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
will surely do good to you?
Especially when wo mako It plain that
no promise In mado to euro moro than ono
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets aro a posi
tive cure for Just this ono disease
They are a scientific combination of in- i
Ercdlenta which search out tho weak spots
In all tho dlgeBtlvo organs and make tnem
strong and well.
They have an lmmediato dlgostivo ac
tion on undigested food, and thus, whllo
curing weak organs, they at tho same
tlmo help thorn to do their work.
They thus Btand for all that Is good in
the medical treatment of dyspepsia, and
for nothing that Is bad, , I
They aro not a fad. but a fact,
They are safe, pleasant, certain and per-
mancnt, and can bo token by tho most
delicate Invallda without fear of harmful
f i A Splendid Idea
Ck. & It Avould bo a splendid idea to come
n i right now and get that suit and over- j
I : O mi s a- ' coat and those winter wearables. Our
B fiflI-II6BHl suits and overcoats CANNOT BE 'EX
j i RJfVLllVM O ' CELLED. Price range
Store, j $10 to $30
; and every garment a good value. Wo jj
I J can satisfy and please you somewhere j
i HATS AND HABERDASHERY of tho latest mode. Whatever
is here is right, or it wouldn't be here. 9
j 1 ONE-PRICE, 45-47 MAIN ST. I
I "JK WkUWvvW.l 'fl Microscopic and Analytic Physician,
j AAW)hW(7 CURES Fits, Nervous Weakness. Neu-
i W&vJllW ralgla, Varicocele, Weak Spine, Bilious- I
"S. E tffvrj nete, Gravol, Sore Eyes, Lung Diseases,
2?T7K E faXv Tape Worm, Dyspepsia, Liver and Kid- j
tmwoi (Ay TM ney Complaint, Deafness. Catarrh, Ery-
KtiOcVUv AfiJlS P sipelas. Old Sores, Scrofula, Rheumatism, i
"P St,nr Joints, Plies In their worst form.
V TV. Thoao afflicted with Epilepsy or Fits can
rHmvv' y bo rermanently cured. ,
: K'SjyS vw y tne a'( ' Microscope wo can de-
tect Cftlcut Cancerous Matter, Carbonate
i?ffflt6v&JY 1 a of Lime, Albumen, and nil extraneoua !
&M'fyvXiJjw 1 9 substances mixed with the Urlno or
'fhArF ZxF&f Blood. This la tho scientific principle of
wPyVh L 1 treating Chronlo Diseases. I
lrK V v Cw Ctm bo ouna at hlB offloe, St Elmo Ho- !
llllft. ' a V sCw el from 10 a. m. to -1 p. m. Rooms 17, IS
eViO- THE KNOWLEDGE OF DISEASE IS j
iJ-.O HALF ITS CURE.
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. MAN, KNOW THYSELF. j
K j Warm that dinner you have invited your guests to p
h (partake of, Avith a little Cresta Blanca. The sauterno
m or the claret will do the trick.
1 RIEGER & LINDLEY,
H "Tho Whiskey Merchants." 5;
-- ,- , i I, iii i " " j '-- --h : --- -- ntri luiyngiimm
HALL'S CANKER AMD DIPHTHERIA REMEDY
J For the Mouth. Throat, NJfVeP Pil!-a Fot Sal bv Al1 DrusgloU
j Stomach ajjxl Bowels lovci rails and General Stores
NELDEN-JUDS0N DRUG CO., General Agent. SALT LAKE dTY, UTAH !
Ecriy Bird j
You know and tho first
6 customers will get tho choice
i of our new lines of pretty f
things for Christmas. (
Hovfc your selections put
away for Christmas.
Nelden-Jiidson Drag Co
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS. jf
CIGARS A SPECIALTY.
POSTOFPIOE BOS 37a J
KdTT. C. Smith, Preeldcnt. 7
John P. Cobb, Vice-President asfi
F. L. Pearl, Secretary.
H A. TCnowlcs. Treasurer. f
In Effect October 9, 1904.
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY.
N?; J0-For Heber, Provo and
Marys valo S:00 a, m.
vo. 102For Park City 8.1G a. m.
r !or Dcnvor and East 8:60 a. m.
v- X Eor Kden and We3t 10:50 a. m.
vt I For Oftden and West 1:45 p. m
S0, o For Donver and Ea3t 3:15 p. m.
TT or Provo and Eureka... G:0D p. mi
S ,"?"or eden and local pta. 0:05 p. m.
V-0- 'T"F,or Denver and East 8:05 p. m.'
h- f!For OfTdon and West 11-40 p. m I
No. 112 For Bingham 8:10 a. m.
No. 114 For Bingham 3 00 p. in.'
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY.
No. 6 From Of?den and tho East 8:40 a, m.
No. 12 From Otfden and local
points 10.25 a, m.
.No. 7 From Eureka and Provo. 10:00 a, m.
,No. 6 From Denver and East.. 10:40 a, m.
;No. 1 From Denver and East.. 1:35 p. m
iNo, 2 From Ogdcn and "West.. 3:06 p. in.
!No 101 From Park City 6:15 p. m
,No. 9 From Hobcr, Provo and ',
Marysvalo 6:CO p. m.
No. 4 From Ogden and the West 7;55 p. m.
No. 3 From Denver and East... 11:30 p. m.
No. 113 From Bingham 10:&0 a. m.
No, 115 From Bingham 6-40 p. m.
All trains oxcept Nos, 1 to 0 stop at in
Ticket office, Dooly block.
'Phone 2C6. a
I. A. BENTON. G. A. P. D !
The Lagoon Road
Salt Lake & Ogden Railway.
Mma Tftblo in Effoot Sept. 6, 2904.
LEAVE SALT LAKE, fl:80 and 9 a. m..
0:20 and 5:30 p. m.
LEAVE FARMINGTON AND LA
GOON. 7:30 and 10 a. m., 4:30 and 0:20 p. m.
Extra trains at 11 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. on
Bundayo nnd holidays.
A- D. PIERSON, Qen'l Pass. Agt.
B. BEAN, Excursion Ast-
OFFICE. 181 HAXN T.
Dec. 4, 1904,
From Ogden, Portland. i
Butte San Francisco. Chi
cago, St Louh, Omaha, I
and Denver 8:40 a.m.
From Ogden and intermedi
ate points 0:20 a.m.
From Ogden, Cache Valley,
and intermediate points.... 11:56 a.m.
From Ogdcn, Chicago, SL .
Louis, Kansas City. Oma
ha, Denver and San Fran
csco 45 p.nii
From Ogden, Cache Valloy. '
St. Anthony, Portland and
San Franclaco 7:4.0 p.m.
For Ogdcn, Omaha, Chicago.
Denver, Kansas City and
St. Louis 7:00 a.m.
For Ogden. Portland, St. An
thony, San Francirco and
intermediate points 10:20 a.m.
For Ogden, Omaha. Chicago.
Denver, Kansas City. St.
Louis and San Francisco., 1:10 p.m.
For Ogdcn, Cache Valley,
Denver, Kansas Cltv. Oma
ha, SL Louis and Chicago.. 5:45 p.m.
For Ogden, Cache Valley,
Butte. Holona, Portland.
1 San Francisco and. Interme- 1
dlate points 11:15 p.m.
T. SL SCHUMACHER. Traffic Mgr.
D E BURLEY. G. P. & T. A.
D. S. SPENCER. A. G. P. & T. A.
City Ticket office. 201 Main street.
San Pedro, Los An- VV
geles & Salt Lako XPUj
R. R. Co.
From Oregon Short Line depot, Salt Life
For Provo, Lohl. Fairfield
and Nephl, Manti and
points on Sanpoto Valley
Ry '8:00 a.m.
For Garfield Beach, .Tooele.
Stockton. Mammoth. Eu
reka and Silver City 7:45 am.
For Provo. American Fork,
Lhl. Juab, Mllford, Frisco,
Callontes and intermediate
polnto 6:05 p.m.
From Provo, American Fork,
Lehl. Juab, Mllford, Frisco.
Calicntes and intermediate
pointa . 9:45 a.m.
From Provo. Lehl, Fairfield.
Mercur and Sanpete Valloy
Ry. points 5 :35 p.m.
From Silver City. Mammpth,
Eureka, Stockton. Tooele ,
and Garfield Beach 5:35 p.m.
Daily Pullman Buffet Sloeplng Car Sor
vlco between Salt Lake, Mllford, Modcna
Direct stage connections for all mining
districts In southern Utah and Nevada.
City Ticket Office, 201 Main 'Street
E. W. GILLETT. J. L. MOORE.
GenM Pass. Agt. Dist. Pass. AgL
I will not be responsible for any debts
Incurred by my wife, nftor Nov. 30. 1E0I
GEO. W. VANCE.
A Delightful Flnco to Viait. 1
I JL Profitable Plac t XAr
J Mfornia j I
j Greatest Piny Ground on Esrth. Z
m Fimou.i Places "Which Everyon h
"Wants to See.
ffl Invest in a Ticket to -CALnTOR- k
l NIA and Secure Rich Dividends In F,
Q 'HEALTH, PLEASURE AND 6
Mountains, Valleys, Rivers, Lakes k
U and Ocean Reached by tho C- SM
I Southern Pacific
J Company's Lines H
I For dcocriptlvo And illuctr&itve IH
ri Ilteraturo call at No. 2d Main -
ji Streot. Salt Lake City. ; , IH
!3 D R. GRAY. Oengral Asont Q
The Way of the World I
Is Via the
1 'THE DIRECT LINE" I
FROM UTAH TO
Kansas City, St. Joe, Chlcaso. Galves
ton, El Paso, also to mining camps and
health resorts of New Mexico and Arl
3 TRAINS DAILY 3
For Pas3enser and Freight rates
free literature and all other information IH
C. F. WARREN. General Agent.
The Atchison, Tot-pPi & Santa Pe Rall-r
way Co., S.-lt Lai;? Pity, Utah.
COLO R A Dp-UTAH S H Q7 N B I
TO ST. LOUIS. IH
I Through car, Salt Lako City tti St, JH
j Louis and Kansas City. Only ono c&ngi
10 Now York, Buffoip and principal polnu
iaot low rates for summer travoL
Especial attention to ladles and chi!
Tourist olecpcro through to Chicago
Beaton and othr pdzZJ 'Atthout oiange. .
Two trains dally. fiH
Inqulro at ticket orncc. Jn liooiy tnock IH
Bull Lake City. Any inionnauon cheer
Tully given. II. C. TOWNSEND.
G. P. &. T A. Missouri Paclfio Zly., Sti
j Jf you are going anywhere east of the Eockics
h to spend Christmas or New Tear's, write me today j
h telling the place you wish to reach and about Jj
1 , how long you will want to stay. I will' tell you ffl
. the best routes to take, what the rates will be, V&
a- and giye you some helpful information about
trains, connections, stop-overs, etc.
tl iiy ji iUSi' R" F" NESI,:EN' Qeneral Agent,
S Iwl IITIBI 79 W. SECOND SOUTH' ST., I
P EoJt Lako City I
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I I DOCTOR COOK 2fZ?''soaB I
PHOSTATIO TROUBLES jsr- NEPwVOUS DEBILTTT
permanently cured, no mat- rtCQfcb Cures quick and radical In
ter how long standing the iK"1:a"Hi SO to CO days, by my own fa- 1
disease, in from 5 to 20 days. mouo mochod. .
STRICTURE J VARICOCELE I
SffinJnn6indaJi,.MWrh WWi Completely end permanent- H
??XK' palnV, dFUB3 or de" b' cured by my new procesn;
UfrmJ!lnC3' 5 As&fl aM dlaSrecabIo symptoms H
WASTING WEAKNESS oon disappear completely
Time of cure. 10 to 60 days. . and forovor ; It Is aafe pain- H
by my original, very atmpl AVJS acrcbl0uararftcodL H
romedy (liaed exclusively by ThZw, Ruaranicou. ,
mc- Wf&ywm BLOOD POISON I
PRIVATE DISEASES fiHIK Every vestige of poison re-
cured In S to 10 days, with- ffHv24!T moved from system without M IH
out tho use of poisonous a vD w&Jtj&W a'd of mercury or potashr----lj'vH
Corisultatlon is free nnd Invited, and In consulting me you may boaure that I
nothing that eclenco can devlao on Bklll perfect haa been left undoob to afford ,
you a speedy, safo and permanent cure.
WRITE me In ful confidence, oxplalnlng your troubles as they appear to
you, and recelvo by return mall my honcct and candid opinion of your case. j
eK MEDiesiL e. gSug-a8 ksePC1
I O A ITS Ml fT BRAND I
j OJi-&LI 1 J 1 1UTTER
3 For five centa per pound wo guarantee you will never have any bad
A butter. It coats only this much more than other brands to get Hazelnut
which not only carries this guarantee, but glvea you -the best butter
j made. It costs but a trifle per meal; why not have the best?
S Faust ereasmeiry & Supply So, H