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S TUESPAY MOBNiyG, DECEMBER 20, IQQj. THE SALT LAKE TRIBUTE. PAGE NINE H
. ABSORBS LUES
I TakesinVard's Plumas
i yard States That Big Road
I will Positively Be Con-
; stnieted at Once.
IecuIa Over the Sierras Will Be on
J tov Grade, With a Few Curves,
IS j WithoutAny Snowslieds.
in II Tard says that tlio Western Pn
l"; "W-ay will surely bulkl Its road In
C Dear future. The Butte & Tlumaa
ft Lir aad the Indian Valley railway, of
I ycb Mr. Yard Js president, hayc been
4 w-rbid by tho Western PacMc with that
I '"waging, He says: "Jho Butte &
f fr'xii railway surveys, which have been
4 durlnff the past two years demon
f Uritri beyond a doubt that a railroad
I 'jj-jj be built from the Sacramento valley
ft fitte plains of Nevada through tho
ipms with no portion having a grado
I.r na than ono foot In a hundred-ln
A livjl vord!, on a 'maximum of 1 per
id !iL' Clco aurvoys wero completed dur-
l( Sl"4 on the routo up the North fork
M tfcs Feather river on profiles, chang-
arfro 1 to 1 So per cent on sections of
2a ttn to twenty miles In length. From
fTi surveys was dcc!opcd the poBsIbll
Jl trof making a through line, with ono
HJ Srtion of probably eighty miles of 1 per
-t grade and a forty-mile section of
i to ttan per cent grade. This grade
Bi t(3 rtoulre motive power of only about
fj-tblrd that now required on other rall-
( rcidi eroding the Sierras. Another featuro
value on this route Is the cross
Ti tr ef the range at the low elevation of
sf fi) ft and the consequent nvoldanco of
111 ill iHp snows which fnll on the moun
W itifcj atove the KOO-foot line. This will
1'2s:sate the snowshed entirely on the
TVttra Pacific route. Another material
fitter 13 that all curves aro less than 10
, ;Jtrrrt! This means that the curves aro
'Ji 'hW that the fastest time can bo mado
tj pasicnpcr trains without discomfort
5 ' iinjer. These three elements 1 por
4 ;ct trade, low summit and easy curva
f !fcw-we considered absolute Imposslbil-
!h!rt for a crossing of the Sierras until
itiifi Investigations and surveys of the
i SA'a& Dumas railway were completed."
TtWNEL NEXT SPUING.
Srcthera Pacific' to Bore Three Mil
lion Dollar Hole.
Tee Southern Pacific Is preparing for
lather Immense enterprise, that of tun
:2:c. through tho Sierra Nevada moun
'Jla. It is stated that tho first worl: will
bstfa Just as soon as the snow begins to
JH h tho mountains next spring. It
i2 te carried through with all possible
fd and will bo completed -within thrco
Jan. The cost will bo In tho neighbor
ly ltd of 2.0O0.COd and Its completion will
Miioas of tho greatest feats in the hls
l vzr or engineering.
ft 'tunn! will be seven miles In length,
lit a problem the Southern Pacific com
V it ."J11 studying for many years.
I Cpllls P. Huntington prophesied
JUlyouIa bs done some day, and short
l5i .e hls deatn lie actually began the
jw of planning the tunnel. Since that
mwiliria3 repeatedly been reported that
wuld start, but never from such
'MMiMt tourco as at present,
I ,Ml TC0Uld bc of even greater
aJ '?, the company than the Lucln
imE?. Awou'Po away with an cxpon
ililB?4?!?iil,ow.c,Jmb of 7500 fcct trough
:MSLv Ja ?f dangerous apd oxpenslvo
' In. labor anU fcl alone the
vTyi wo . fi0on savo enough to pay
nt,un.n,c'' wh,,e th0 aavns n time
m Tunoant to a great deal.
TKJurvey as already completed and ap
iKKI3.?1 we6t o Truckcc. 'it
JEEt i?uUn lno neighborhood of Bluo
tor a year at least construction
jBw" 8 wl" be maintained at
i UINTAH RAILROAD.
Cushing Talks of the New Lne
to Asphnltum Fields.
Ilng Passenger Agent H. M. Cush
the Denver & m0 Grando has rc-
from a trip over tho Uintah rail-
make a report on tho general con
! wr his department Ho says that
c of the best pieces of new con
"on in tho country. It is a narrow
oftffieIm1"es1 Tl0"S about four
k RPms 5 Pr cct for tho
Dragon McAndrcws M per
art eCnHnh' buUi for th "no. two
?Lftv..a,5? two Shays for tho
ItUWrt h,e.bcen Placed in opcra
''VbaSlh gd StCCl an? lB wo
VuM?11 COn? mincs 111,3 arnllls
orderfi n.ci dl?"- Automobiles
and whe0n c.nlhu6lftsllc over tho now
Haw JL lB onend for traffic It
t nLlSOme returns.
"5SSdVilheiSllta partlcs and ,s
jMiWflOK PACIFIC'S POSITION.
fI!nI?rCgmi,le and osb Unique
Um wrfd'3 naiiroad Eist0ly
l1'?!0!01. Unlon Paclnc 13
iUWoit ?.; , C?1 t0 ,n,P-cgnablo and
l MSnlp' " 5 aWfBlne from a rc"lv
J v:lnt-thetifor nw fields, and
JBteflng : i u iWl "Pjlod millions
11 eKfr". ''nQe- Shortly after be-
EM th OroGovernrncnt's hands
.KSf road v-Sh,ort..L'ne and Ore--1X&P&
Mines hav;lBatlon ,llnea ba
1 h2dr lrfbntte. wonderfully de-JiVWrSs-
jribuui- territory, rebuilt
Jrh,erean'thin Sood that
advanced by good tea?
i3'ti anything bad that
9B kcPt down by good tea?
their HneG and nrade extensive improve
ments and extensions. Tho Oregon Short
Lino used to cam less than $7,000,000 in the
old days, but now it has gone up to $13.
000,000. which shows what has been ac
complished on this one branch. But the
great move on tho part of tho Union Pa
cific was In buying the Southern Pacific
and securing a part of the Salt l.ako
Route. It now can call Its western lines
tho Pacific Short Lines, for it reaches all
parts of the Pacific by the very shortest
Tho Union Pacific Is developing Into tho
greatest railroad on tho continent, and tho
end is not ycl.
Must Have Automatic Couplers.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 19. In a decision
handed down by Chief Justice Fullor In
tho caso of Johnson ve. the Southern Pa
cific Hnllway company tho Supreme court
of tho United States today practicaly held
that all cars, includlnp.locomoiivcs, should
be equipped with uniform automatic cou
plers. Tho court also held that dining cars
cannot bo exempt from the requirements
of the safoty appliance law when in use,
even if empty.
Tho Oregon Short Line has gotten out
an attractive poater announcing its holi
General Freight and Passenger Agont
E. B. Yerlngton of the Virginia & Truekc-o
Is In the city on business. Ills road Is
very busy with the rush of Tonopah traf
fic, but. being broad gauge, no trouble has
resulted, the delay being below Mound
House. Mr. Yerlngton spenks most Inter
estingly of development In western Ne
vada. The first extension of the Salt Lake
Routo will be a lino from Las, Vegas to
Bull Frojr, 170 miles. It Ih tho best and
shortest route to this bonanza and will bo
built next year. Las Vegas was but a
ranch In a desert yesterday, but in a few
years It will be a big place. Pcoplo
thought that it was strange for Senator
Clark to purchase the ranch at such a
price, but It looks as If It will pay him
about as well as anything ho hna, com
paratively. Ten new engines of the Salt Lake Routo
were due to leave the Baldwin works In
Philadelphia yesterday. In all fifty-two
aro to Come West and all will be deliv
ered at Salt Lake, those for tho Los An
geles end running on tho completed rails
through. From now on Ahoy will be re
ceived daily until all aro In the round
houses along the line snortlnp and champ
ing at tho throttle awaiting tho chance to
pull tho Los Angeles Limited between the
two cities. ,
Facts for Catarrhal Sufferers.
The mucous membrane lines all pas
sages and cavities communicating with
Catarrh is an excessive secretion, ac
companied with chronic Inflammation,
from the mucous membrane.
Hood's Sarsaparllla acta on the mu
cous membrane through the blood, re
duces Inflammation, establishes healthy
action, and radically cures all cases ol
Pays Captors S200 nnd a Cow for His
LOUISA, Ky., Dec. 19. John Babcr.
Wallace was kidnaped Just across the
river from this place by a party of
eight men, composed, it is alleged, of
Morgan Curry and two brothers, Lewis
and Charles Dillon, Stewart McNeally
ana two others.
Wallace was taken up Tug river ten
miles, into West Virginia.
He paid the captors $200 to spare his
life, and later he gave them a cow to
The men refused to accept Wallace's
check, but John Y. York, a merchant,
accepted, it and gave them his own
This episode was the result of trouble
which occurred about three weeks ago,
ten miles up Tug river. All the partlcs
live in the enlghborhood, and some of
them are said to have been In the liquor
business. Wallace was one of these.
Opposition grew so strong, it is said,
that It finally resulted In a raid on Wal
lace's place, which was entirely de
stroyed. During the trouble Mrs. Wallace was
shot In the leg and a ball from her rifle
entered Tom Curry's breast. Wallace
secured warrants and one of the Dil
lons was then put In Jail.
Wallace was surprised on returning
home by the eight men, who captured
Rewards aggregating J350 have been
offered by the county for the arrest of
the Curry gang.
One Fare for the Round Trip
Via SALT LAKE ROUTE. Tickets sold
Dec. 23, 21, 25, 31, and Jan. 1. Limit for
return, Jan. 3, 1905. See agents for particulars.
j FOUND BOGUS MONEY MINT.
Secret Service Agents Unearth Plant
for Making S5 Bills.
NEW YORK, Dec. 19. Secret service
Agents are reported to have succeeded
In locating in this city the materials
and printing presses used in counterfeit
ing "Indian-head" live-dollar bills
which have been extensively floated nil
over the Eastern States. A long cam
paign against the gang culminated last
week in the arrest of Charles Adamson,
who Is now in Jail at New Haven, Conn.
Great secrecy has been thrown about
the case, and Secret Service Agent
Flynn, who handled the case, refuses to
discuss It. Adamson was kept In the lo
cal agency of tho department three days
and nights before the case was com
pleted. He was arrested in a furnished
room In Eighth avenue, where It is al
leged he was negotiating for the sale of
some notes. The supposed buyer was a
detective, and ho arrested Adamson on
the spot. No trace of the printing out
fit could be found, however, and this be
ing the most Important part, the search
was continued over a wide section of
the city. Information finally was ob
tained and the materials were gathered
In at different houses.
Adamson asserted to bo well con
nected In this city. He is highly edu
cated, and is said to bo one of the clev
erest men of the kind in America, but
Is asserted to have become a user of
opium, which, of course, ho was not per
mitted to have after his arrest.
Quantities of paper and ink enough lo
print a million dollars' worth of fives
were found In many hiding places about
the city. There was a press and a
photographer's outfit, together with
many delicate instruments and tho col
oring materials of the skilled counter-
fAdamson wns taken to Connecticut
for hearing because a case has already
been worked up there In which two of
his alleged accomplices are under indictment.
Wober Pleads Not Guilty.
AUBURN, Cal., Dec. 19. Adolph "Weber
this afternoon pleaded not guilty of tho
murder of his father. Tho trial for his
mother's murder was boI for January 26.
Ho w,oa also arraigned for tho Placor
County bank robbery.
Says Laws Are Inadequate to Meet
Necessary Reforms Long Rail
road Casualty List.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 19. The annual
report of tho Intorstato Commerco com
mission was transmitted to Congress to
day. Reference Is ugaln mado to the two
principal objects of tho act to regulate
commerco, the publication and observance
of tariff rates and tho correction, on com
plaint, of established tariff rates.
Tho commission says In substanco that
successful regulation of rates depends
upon the cffcctlvo operation of both
branches of regulation. The act, as
amended by the Elklns law of February
19, 1903, and which deals with tho publica
tion and Invariable application of tariffs,
appears to bo operating successfully as
applied to carriers subject to its pro
visions, but It is belloved that these pro
visions might be mado somewhat moro
definite and oxionded to apply to other
agencies connected with , transportation
which may now bo used as a means of
nffarding concessions to shippers which
In effect reduces tho cost of moving their
Tho commission calls attontlon to tho
fact that there has been no amendatory
legislation conferring power over this
rate and making tho orders of the com
mission effective. In tho present state
of law, after careful and often extended
investigation, tho commission may find a
rato complained against to bo unreason
able and order tho carrier to desist
from charging that rato for tho future,
but It cannot, though the evidence may,
and usually does Indlcato it, find and order
tho reasonnblo rate to bo substituted for
that .which has been found to bo unlaw
ful In two Instances during tho past year
tho commission lias been asked by both
shippers and carriers to adjudlcato con
troversies between them according to
tho adjustment of rates. Tho commis
sion thinks it probablo that tho cases
now Dcndlng before it directly and indi
rectly affect almost everv locality and
nearly all of the people in tho United
Bealdcs disposing of a largo number of
complaints through informal investiga
tions and deciding numerous questions
in relation to the publication and
obaervanco of tariffs, tho commission has
rendered during tho year twerity-soven
decisions in roportu and opinions upon
contested cases or investigations mado by
tho commission on Its own motion.
Increased List of Fatalities.
Tho report shows that in railway acci
dents thero wero 43.26G employees injured
nnd 33G7 killed In 1901, ns compared with
33,711 injured and 251G killed in 1902, with
which year comparison is made
There wero S077 passengers Injured and
13) killed. Tho Increase In the number of
deaths of paRjcngcra over 1903 Is G1V& por
cent. There wero ten accidents dur
ing tho year, and tho report saya that
tho paramount requirement Is an cffcc
tlvo measure for the provcntlon of col
lisions. Tho commission again urges tho
adoption of tho block Bystem.
For tho year ending Juno 30. 1901, tho
preliminary report embraces returns for
roads representing 209,002 miles of lino, or
about 99 per cent of tho mllcago that will
bo covered by tho final report.
On tho mllcago stated the gross earn
ings of tho railways wero $1.9W,633,82L
Tho gross earnings for the previous year,
on 205.313 miles, wero 51.9w.S46.DQ7. Tho
operating expenses of the railways for
the year amounted to $1,332,382,918, being
equivalent to 56375 per mllo of lino, or $260
moro than for the year of 1903. Tho ratio
of operating expenses to earnings was
67.75 per cent.
Best way to cure kidney trouble la
.0 strengthen the kidneys, help them
to perform their functions properly.
That's what Doan's Kidney Pills do.
Hay High and Horses Cheap.
WARSAW, Dec 19. On account of
the scarcity of hay the peasants of the
Vistula district are compelled to sell
their horses as low as J2 apiece.
The poor Jews in order to comply
with the rite requiring fish on tho table
.Fridays arc buying fish heads from the
EXCURSIONS TO COLORADO
Via D. & R, G., Dec. 22 and 23.
Fare 522.D0 for the round trip to Den
ver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo.
Tickets good for stopover.
Two Men Killed by Explosion.
DAVENPORT, la., Dec. 19. By the
explosion of the boiler of one of the
lurgest locomotives on the Rock Island
reud Engineer Calhoun and Fireman
H. Kinney were killed. Head Brake
man Thomas Glmmel and Trainmen
Gus Smith, Russell Sherrod and George
Ntttleton were injured, Glmmel scrl-ouslv.
And All Other Paina
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Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Plllo euro by
their noothlng and Invigorating Influ
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For this reason they Bcldom fall to
bring Instant relief in cases of nervoua
ncsa, irritability, sleeplessness, car-slck-ncss,
dl3zlne8S. ' and indigestion.
Those who aro ramlllar with tho mer
its of Anti-Pain Pills, tho "llttlo com
forters," find it unnecessary to suffer at
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They aro bo uuro to do this that they
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MRS. C. H. DANKS, 332 W. 3rd St,
Morrlslown, N. J.
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1 Holiday' Prices ?
Instead of waiting until after the Holidays, we will begin
our sale ?
MONDHY MORNING 9 'clock
SLTH HND VELVET 3 tfgfSF
j THILORMHDE SUITS., rO J
gowns. "ri" :
I DANCING DRESSES, I EL W
FANCY SUITS, ( ,
DINNER GOWNS, J
i ELEGANT EVENING COATS, -g I
I FUR AND VELVET COATS, f, J LjiT
t LONG CRAVENETTE COATS,
l ENGLISH TOP COATS. ) :
NECKWEAR and 'LADIES TOGGERY !
J Smartest gifts for the ladies can be seei in this elegant ns- ;-,
i bortment of Fancy Collars, Belts, Chiffon Scarfs and Novelties i
i at popular prices. 'j.
I HATS 12 OFF
241 MAIN ST. I
Through Standard Sleeper daily,
$ . Salt Lake to Chicago. Also through
Tourist Cars. Lands you at the new
q Lasallo Street Station in the morn-
1 In The - ing- . I
g Best Dining Car service.
ft fllMrt (l)f Intimate to us you expect to take .
ft UK-mi m atrip. -We'll do the rest
nTHiPSaTh e ave superior service to Flor- O
LllSlOgy. Ida nnd Southeastern points.
If you are interested in Oklahoma,
we can give you valuable informa-
i- - x.
' ' tion.
Write, .or 'phone 245. We will
ft FilPfiPfF come and see you. 100 West Second .
ft fPPj SUtb StrCet" ' ' 1
ft CHAS. B. SLOAT, E. DRAKE, Dis't. PaBs. Ag.,
ft Qen'l. Agt.. Denver. Salt Lako City, Utah..
i Diamond Work. j
I Watch Work. jj
3 JEWELR.Y I
Jswolry Work. jj
259 SO. MAIN, j
Kf iLnd legnnt In nil Its appointment.
KA roomA. slncU or n nulta. U room wltfi
?t&. &. . HxAum. ProprlotoA.
The Way of the World
In Via tho
PROM UTAH TO
Kansas City, St. Joe, Chicago. Galves
ton, El Paao, also to mining camps and
health resorts of New Mexico and Ari
zona. 3 TRAINS DAILY 3
For Pawenger and Freight rates
free literature and all other information
C. F. "WARREN, General Agent
The Atchison, Topeka &. Santa Fo Rail
way Co., Salt Lake City, Utah.
i ; s
COLORADO-UTAH SHOK? UNE
TO ST. LOUIS.
Through car. Salt Lako Ctty St
Louis and Kansas City. Only otio oanE
lo New York. Buffalo and principal poimj
Cast low rates for summer travel.
Especial attention to ladles and chli
Tourlnt slrpoi-3 throuch to Chicago
Ucaton and othsr d cirri-) -xltucmfi caansc
Two trains dolly.
, Inqulro at ttckot ortlco. iSS Ijoott block
Halt Lako City. Any inrormaUon cheer
fully BTlvftn. H. C. TOWNBEND.
O P & T. A. Missouri Padflo St.
A Delightful Place to Vlelt. j !
A Profltablo Place to ZYfe ;
f Greatest Pluy Ground on Eartfc.
Famouo Places Which EJvaryona
Z Wants to Seo. 'i
; Invent in a Ticket to CAUTOR-
NIA and Seouro Rich Dividends In .'
I HEALTH, PLEASURE AND
y WEALTH. '
M Mountains, Valleyo. Rivers, Late 3
and Ocean Iteoohed by the- t
i Southern Pacific
For dtsoriptiva tnfl Ulurtrttivo i
U llterattrre. call at No. 201 Main L
t Street Batt Lake. City. $
D. R. GRAY. Genoral AffOL
Dec. 4, 1904.
From Ondcn. Portland. "H
Butto, San Francisco, Chi- 1
c-tro. SU LouU, Omaha, H
and Denver 8:40 a.m, H
From Ogdn and Intcrmedl- H
ate points 9:20 a.m
From OfTden. Cacho Valley, iH
and lntormediato points.... 11:55 a.xn, 'jH
From Oden, Chicago. St. jH
Loulfl, Kansas City, Oma- tlH
ha, Denver and San Fran- lH
Cisco 4:45 p.mv iH
From Ogdcn, Cache Valley. H
St. Anthony, Portland and H
San Francisco 7:40 p.m,
For Ogden, Omaha, Chicago. jH
Denver, KanEas City and
St. Louis 7:00 a.m.
For Ogden, Portland. St An-
thony, San Francisco and H
lntormediato points 10:20 a.nv jH
For Ogden, Omaha, Chicago, t
Denver, Kansas City, St ll
Louis and San Francisco.. 1:10 p.m, 'H
For Ogden. Cacho Valley. iH
Denver. Kansas City. Oma- H
ha, St Louis and Chicago.. 5:45 p,zn IH
For Ogden. Cacho Valley, IH
Butte. Helena. Portland,
Ban Francisco and lnterme- 1
dlate points 11:45 p.m
T. M. SCHUMACHER. Traffic Mgr.
D. E. BURLEY. G. P. & T. A. tM
D. S. SPENCER. A. O. P. & T. a. Hl
City Ticket office, 201 Main street. fH
Telephone ZLQ. iH
TIME xOK M
Ban Pedro, Los An- VrJ?j7y
k1cb & Salt Lako VsU!
R. R. Co.
From Oregon Short Line depot, Salt Lilar IH
For Provo, Lchl, Fairfield nl
and Nephl. Monti and lll
points on Sanpoto Valley JM
jiy oiOQ a.m. IH
For Garfield Beach. Tooelo,
Stockton. -Mammoth, Eu-
reka and Silver City "7:45 a.m.
For Provo. American Fork,
Lehi, Juab, Mllford. Frisco.
Callentcs and intcrmedlato
points 6:05 p.m.
From Provo, American Fork.
Lchl. Juab. Mllford. Frisco.
Callentes and intermediate
points 9:45 cleu
iFrom Provo. Lehl. Falrnold,
Mercur and Sanpeto Valley
Ry. points 5:35p.m. jH
;From Silver City. Mammoth.
Eureka, Stockton. Tooole HB
ind Garfield Beach 5:35 p.m. IHB
Dally Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Ser
vlco between Salt Lake, Mllford, Modena,
and Callentes. HBV
Direct stage connections for all mlnlnu
districts in southern Utah and Nevada.
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Street. jH
Telephone 250. iMYfl
E. W. GILLETT. J. Ij OORE.
Gen'l Pass. Agt Dlst Pass. Agt
In Effect October 9, 1904. 'H
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY.
No. 10 For Hebcr, Provo and
Moryovolo 8:00 a. mj
No. 102 For Park City 8:15 a. m. IH
Jo. C For Denver and East 8:60 a. m.
No. C For Ogden and West 10:O a. m.
No. l For Ogden and West 1:45 p. m.
No. 2 For Denver and East S:15 p. m.
No. 8 For Provo and Eureka... 5:00 p. m.
No. 11 For Ogden and local pts. 6:05 p. m.
No. 4 For Denver and East 8.05 p. m
No. 3 For Ogden and West 11:40 p. m.
No. 112-For gingham 8:10 a, m. IH
No. 114 For Bingham 8:00 p. m.i VM
ARRnrE AT SALT LAKE CITY.
'No. 6 From Ogden and tho East 8:40 a. mJ
No. 12 From Ogden and local
points 10.25 a.m.)
!No. 7 From Eureka and Provo. 10;CO a. m.l
No. 5 From Denver and East.. 10:40 a, m.
I 'No. 1 From Denver and East.. 1:!5 p. m. IH
No. 2 From'- Ogden and West.. 3;05 p. m.
jNo. 101 From Park City 5:15 p. m,
No. From Hcber, Provo and
! Marysvalo 6:00 p. ra.
No. 4 From Ogdon and the West 7:55 p. m.
No. 3 From Denver and East.. 11:30 p. m.
No. 113 From Bingham 10. M a. m.l B
No. 115 From Blnghnm 5:40 p. m I
All trains except Nos. 1 to 6 stop at in-) IH
Ticket ofilco, Dooly block.
I. A. BENTON. G. A. P.IX
The Lagoon Road H
Gait Lako & Ogden Hallway.
Tims Tnblo in Effect Sept. 6, 1904. jH
IiEAVB SALT LAKE, 6: and 9 a.
S-M and 5.-S0 p. m.
LEvVVB FARMINGTON AND LA
.GOON. 7:30 and 10 a. m.. 4:30 and 6:30 p. m.
Extra trains at U a. m. and lw p. B. nm
Oundayo and holldaye. IH
A. D. PIERSON, Gen'l Pass. At IH
,T. B. BEAN, Excursion Ast
OFFIgS. mH,-JLN ST
I THRO' STANDARD SLEEPING CAR 1 H
I VIA THE SCENIC ROUTE 1
I Leave Ogden at 2:15 or Salt Lake City nt
m 3:15 p. m., today; spend tomorrow riding through
1 the wonderful Rockies; visit Denver from 4 p. m.
5 to 10:35 p. m.; then return to your car and "take JH
1 it easy" until you reach Chicago at 7 :20 the third IH
morning after leaving home. '11
i An interesting trip and an cas, comfortable'" '
one! Let me tell you more about it. N
I liy R F' "NSLEN" General Agent,
1 llTlfF' 79 "W. SECOND SOUTH ST., I 'H
S! Salt Lako City. B