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I JHUKSDAT MOKBIgQ, BEOEaiBEK 2Z, xq, SAXT PAGE ELEVEN i
L Goes to Los Angeles
If as Superintendent of
li Are Effective January 1, but
l&ible to State Wno Will
It lowl Officers Here.
f ,. dfron has handed In his rca
Pedro. L03 Angeles & Salt
i! absence of General Man-
11 ta Denver It cannot bo stated
cceed Mr. Henderson.
Mr who Is tlio chief dispatcher,
tncod to superintendent of
. it Us eeles on January 1
I'tare ioon for his now post.
' were announced night be
, tut it was not until yesterday
. that thev became common prop
la soWect for discussion In both
person came hero from Wyo
I$j5 to take the position as local
x th- Short Line, and when Mr.
triped to go to the Rio Grande
Mr, Henderson was made super
. of tho Utah division. When the
:t sold to the Salt Lake Routo
isson vent with the new com
diTlilop superintendent In charge
fjm between hore and Callento
1U that position ever since. He
t capable and, popular official
i cany friends throughout the
j. several things In view but
tai!v to announce wliat his fu
ss will be. He leaves tho road
tet wishes of all.
itr Is not so well known as he
i to Salt Lake during tho sum
id as chief dispatcher, but his
that time has been excellent,
In keeping cars moving and
; tbe wlrc generally. As super
t of telecraph ho will make a
Sdd ami his new friends will
fernw PACIFIC MOVING.
Trrcf Construction to Begin From
. California Points' Soon.
bcKTON, Cal., Dec. 21 Fred M.
is,T'3ent of the Stockton Sav
IgiLoin bonk of this city and a
&srLi the Western Pacific railway,
fcrf to an Associated Press repre
pire today that the work of con
ctoiof the line will begin in this
tfritorice. Mr. West said:
,i hvt Just returned from San
Irfxo here I hid a- conference
atjvid F. Walker, a wealthy bank
er of the Salt Lake directors.
thai he was well satisfied
i 6; prtgress that was being made
w Hit the work of construction
fciU?to from Stockton, San Fran
KaSieramenlo and other points In
Jtaii Immediately. Work is al
Wag prosecuted in Beckwlth
President v. J. Bartnett Is on
trhrre from New York In con
P""h the begining of operations
contract for the entire con
gsojork of the line has been let
'pen." . -?
jj b Better Place, With Hill's
Ej Great Northern System.
K "nfotion of Een Campbell to
Eg -President .of the Great
jfisUm the llarrlman line lose
Iffft, l,h0 "rft He has been
IVihi L'.oll'?e al Chicago and
li'lft r tr:lf,'c nanaBr of the
ltjJo an assistant traffic dl-
h Risk If
jMsts Who Sell
Ur Miles' Nervine
Airee, If It Fails,
vlnh rtImbur tho drugst
fers!w v ' ana lnist 1Um-
tT lVrv,nc is medicine for you(
WL!?08 of lho internal or-
ftS i?3 lno t0 th0 ncrvcs wnI
5 tiS lcory-ot of anatomy.
,m3I: flret discovered by
tM," ,sInco mado uso of by
iiu'vT, Physicians, who ap-
fc?fc.i.?,Cl"calln- lh0 Blck-
J-'- r.n'i i JTC ofrcr vou a way to
Rsi a MlenUn euro for
EKiaa r. -acmcry. Eleepleso
EXeV Lacl:-che. SL Vitus'
r F!l3' Ncr-' Proa-
HvSh1110 n-rvcs' br-
thTI"? r,U also'curo thoso
ir'rtdaL rnal orSana ""o to
SttePsy. Catarrh, Rhcuma-
ilu 1 haa "f0 a few years
Kfi-Srifcls & ??us troubc I
H Wif a Pro" . 7C will mail
WES?'- .mhl ft ou.)vllft In wrong
rrctor but who will sucoccd Campbell or
Another Knock at S. P.
A resident of Wadsworth haa staled
that sinco tho town has been cut off the
main line of the Southorn Pacific "and
has been practically dosr ed numermii
KTv llrCo,S !?,avo oma "nd fi
Up.hI roam the Btrcet.s of tho nl-irr
These cats enter the houses on every op
portunity and steal food, and on one in-
.cS2i,th& rormer 'nhabllanta removed
to Sparks the cats were left behind. The
felines soon worn without food and wan-
ted,Lb?UA town' ,At InsL t was no
ticed that they would travel In bunches
beasts Nearly every fnmtlv that moves
away irom the town leaves a cat and It
Is reported that the droves of former
SquY'eay mr larlnS and n"
New Puget Sound Trains.
TACOMA. Wash., Dec. Si. Two new
passenger trains arc to bo placed on the
run between Portland and PuGet Sound
by the Northern Pacific so soon as the
equipment can bo completed. The trains
will leave Pugot Sound and Portland at
the same hour. -1 o'clock In the afternoon
fcach day. Tho trains will be composed
of hanasomc enrs with all the latent im
provements. The announcement Is mudo
on the authority of Charles M. Levey,
assistant to the president These trains
will be in adoltlon to tho present ser
vice. Circulars on Woodworth's Change.
ST. PAUL. Dec. 21.-Although the of
ficial circulars have not been uottcn out
announcing the appointment of James G.
Woodsworth as traffic manager of tho
Northern Pacific railroad. Second Vice
President Hannaford of that road today
Informed the Associated Press that Mr
Woodworth's appointment would bo of
ficially announced today. The position of
traffic mnnacer on tho Northern Pacific
has boen vacant sinco tho appointment of
Mr. Hannaford from that position to sec
ond vice-president, .
Fast Mail Train.
Beginning with January G of noxt voar
,the Southern Pacific company will put on
a new mall train, to run between San
Francisco and Chicago with a schedule
of fifty-two miles an hour. This will
mean a mlle-a-mlnule sorviso on this
road and will give tho West a train that
can compare favorably with those of any
lino In tho East.
& P. & It. Dividend.
PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 21. The Phila
delphia .fc Reading Railway company to
day declared a semi-annual dividend of
iy. per cent on tho common stock of tho
company. This is the first dividend on
the common stock since 1S70. A semi-annual
dividend of 2 per cent was also de
clared on tho second preferred stock.
Sir. Bancroft will remain hero vfor Christ
mas. Mr. Younp will roturn lo tlio city for Chrlat
Tho Salt Lalto Koule W pushing work on
Closing the gap.
C. E Johnson of tlio Nickel Tlato haa been
In tho city for somo days.
Tho Rio Grando ras?oneor business west
bound Is rnout unusual for this tlmo of year.
Mr. Calvin was buMIy encased In shaking
hands with old friends nt headquarters yester
day. Tho winter schedules of tbo Overland Itouto
will ellmlnuto many of tho needless cars on
tho Overland Limited.
Tho forccn In tlio general manager's depart
ment aro busily enTigwl In ecndlnc out ex
change pasfos for tho year.
Tho Oregon Short Line oxchaiiRO annual this
conilnR year will read Union Pacific wo.it of
Green River and Southern Pacific oast of
Mr. Twine of tho auditor's office has tnkon
Mr. Marcoits' plnco in tho office of District
Frolglif and Paueenger Agent J. L. Mooro of
tho Salt Lalco Route.
Wltrf tho year Just closing tho railroad out
look Is very bright for the future with exten
sions planned by tho Short Lino, Rio Grnndo
and Salt. Iiko Routo. tho Western Paclilc and
Moffat lines and electric roads In this state.
The Rock Island Is the first to Issue circu
lars on rates from tho East to tho Kalr at
Portland. Jt will bo a rate, howovor, used by
ovcry road. Locally tho only Interest Is will
Salt I-iko have as good rates comparatively as
Tho other day an Item was given In this
column to the effect that tho California steel
gang had brokon tho record mudo by tho Utah
gnng In length of track laid with a slnglo
ho tout. It has causd a statement from tho'
boys on this end to the effect that whllo tho
California crowd laid over 10.000 feet In ono
day It was onto" partly tied and spiked, nnd tho
record of CX) feet from Callento will stand, as
this was completely finished track.
Speaking of tho Denver Northwestern & Pa
cific the Railroad Gazotlc says: An officer
writes that this comnuny has completed Its
line as far as Arrowhead, Colo.. 69 miles from
Arena, Work Is now In progress on a further
extension to Hot Sulphur Springs, 33 miles.
Tho contractors nro Orman ft. Crook and Dun
phy & Nolson of Fraser, Colo. Location sur
veys aro also In prdgrcsa for an eventual ex
tension of tho line from Hot Sulphur Springs,
Colo., to Provo, Utah, 391 miles.
SCARCITY OF WATER.
Western Pennsylvania Suffers From
Lack of Sain or Snow.
NEW YORK. Dec." 21. Dispatches
from western Pennsylvania aro to tho,
effect that industrial Inactivity In many
centers is threatened on account of the
protracted drought. Unless conditions
change soon, It is possible thousands of
men may be thrown out of employment
in the mills, mines and coke fields.
This has been the longest drought
and the dryest year according to the
records for that section plnce 1871.
There is one-half foot of snow on the
ground, but even should It melt the sit
uation would not be relieved.
The snow, howevor, has saved many
persons and cattle from thirst. In thn
Allegheny mountains and along the
foothills melted snow Is ued extensive
ly. The mines In the mountains are re
potted to have used sulphur water until
the pipes and boilers have been great
OfTlclala , of the railroads east of
rittsburt; ara experiencing great dllfl
culty In keeping their tanks supplied.
Mountain streams which in past years
produced a fairly abundant amount of
water are drained, and despite the fact
that trains are being used to transport
water from eastern points it Is said to
be difficult to rneot the demands of the
In the towns alone: the Pennsylvania
railroad various water companies have
ordered all bathtubs shut off.
Many manufacturing Industries have
not had any wator for week. At
Latrobe lli'emen wncr.. called by an
alarm could not get. water to extinguish
a bla7.e. They stocd by and'eay,' a
house and barn burn down. The water
company at Irwin Is issuing only a Jlm
ittd supoly dally.
Healnnlns at Cresson on the moun
tain ton, to the bottom of the range
water Is being carried In barrels many
miles or incited snow sulflccs lor all
The Allegheny liver Is pouring out a
fair supyly of water. The Allegheny
nnd Pittsburg waterworks are suprlled
from this river which, however, Is
gradually gelling lower. Towns fur
ther up the Allegheny are in a dis
Tbe Youghiogheny river, running past
Connellsvllle and through the coke re
gion, is drv from Its '-ource to tho
mouth and the Monongahcla river is so.
low and sulphurous thut the water Is
unlit for use.
Senator loop's Death 1
fiir. Dubois Pays - Distin
guished Dead a Fine
His State Had No Truer Friend, Said
Senator Heyburn Former Sec-
By 'A. F. Philips.
Special to Tho Tribune.
WASHINGTON. D. C Dec. 21. An
nouncement of the death of former Sena
tor Shoup of Idaho, while not unexpected,
was a great shock to his friends horc.
Speaking of his dead friend, Senator Du
bois said: "Senator Shoup occupied the
highest position In the estimation of the
people of Idaho Territory for a number
of years prior to Statehood. Immediately
beforo Statehood he was appointed Ter
ritorial Governor, with the approval of
almost all tho people. His selection as
Territorial Governor at that time, whon
It wno certain Statchoqd would soon
come, was practically demanded by all,
Irrespective of party. At the first State
election he was elected Governor, running
very much ahead of any one on his
ticket He was tho last Territorial and
Ilrst Stnto Governor, and It was under
stood that ho should be elected to the
Senate as one of the first Senators. Ho
had endeared himself to the peoplo of
Idaho, iind during his ten years of service
in tho Senate gained the confldcnco and
affection of hlo brother Senators and all
the public men at Washington with whom
he came In contact.
Stood Close to the People.
"In all Its history thcro never has boen
a man In Idaho who stood closor to
the people and who retained their affec
tionate regard for so long a .porlod of
time. His life was crowded with honors
and usefulness, and to the remotest tlmo
ho will occupy a high place In the history
of Idaho. There Is a universal sentiment
of regret hero among all those who knew
hlin, nnd there will be a 6adness through
out all Idaho because of his departure.
"While, on account of tho vlsclssltude3
of politics, we sometime differed. It Is a
source- of great pleasure to mc now that
nothing ever occurred to mar tho close
and Intimate personal friendship which
existed without a break between us for
,a quarter of a century.
"ills nobleness of character and affec
tion for his family was such that his loss
to them Is Irreparable, yet It may bo
somewhat of a consolation that hl6 life
was such as to -endear hirh to oil tho peo
ple among whom he lived for so many
years It Is a great regret to mo person
ally that I cannot be present and add my
last tribute of respect to my departed
Was Idaho's Great Friond.
Senator Heyburn paid this tribute to
his old friend: "I have today learned
with regret of tho death of Senator Shoup,
who for ten vears represented the Stale
of Idaho in the United SLates Senate. I
have known him Intimately for more than
twenty years In tho capacity of a prlvato
citizen, a public officer and a. personal
friend. In all of these capacities ho was
a prince among men. generous and up
right In all his dealings. He was always
n capable officer. Intelligent to know and
execute whatever duty devolved upon
him Whllo his advancing years and in
firmities had In a measure prepared our
minds for his death, when It came it was
a great shock to us all. Idaho has had
no truer friend nor nobler representative
In the past, nor can we hope that It will
have In the future.
"He leaves behind him a family pos
seted of the noble traits of character
that distinguished him as an example of
the high standard of his homo life and
character which will be a living reminder
of tho high character of his public and
Former Secretary's Praise.
Addison T. Smith, formerly secretary to
Senator Shoup. now occupying a similar
position with Senator Heyburn, said: "It
was my good fortune to be associated
In a confidential capacity with Senator
Shoup during his ten years of Senatorial
Mfe and I alwavs found him the most
lovable of men. " He was generous to a
fault, always ready to extend a kind word
and helping hand to those less fortunnlc
than hlmselL He devoted himself con
sclentlously to his official duties and was
ever on the alert to advance the Interests
of his State or any of Its citizens."
EX-SENATOR SHOTJP DEAD.
Flags on Public Buildings in Idaho
Are at Half-Mast in His Memory.
BOISE, Ida.. Dec. 21. George L-.
Shoup, formerly United States Senator
from Idaho, died at his home this
morning, aged OS years, after an Ill
ness lasting several weeks.
He was Territorial Governor when
the State was admitted Into the Union
and was elected the llrst Governor.
He was elected to the United States
Senate in 1S90, serving two terms.
The flags on public buildings are fly
ing at half-mast and the people gen
erally have gone Into mourning.
New Bishop for Cuba.
ATLANTA. Ga.. Dec. 21 Rev. Albion
W. Knight of St Phillip's Episcopal ca
thedral Atlanta, was today consecrated
blBhop of Cuba
tlTrfa Seld Wisdom5' I
The pure, good teu, sold in
M. J. BRAN DEN STEIN & CO..
Importers, San Francisco,
iplk BY JLm
. 1nca1toi;c.fl Cray, atrenked or Sj
fl bleached hair or beard Instant- m
U aneouoly r;nd with no evil effect, q
ft A stuln not a dye purely vege- r3
B l;ab,5: a'vc3 nny shade from '
K. light brown to black. Very rich Rl
E nnd doco not wash or rub off. Ki
jf Contains no poisons and Is not f
I sticky or grenny.
I BE CONVINCED
!R3 itct a trial size for 20 cents.
Large nlzc (elfiht Itlmeo as g
much), GO cents.
Made by the j:
PACIFIC TRADING CO. i
tfl St. Louis, Mo. U
1 FOR SALIl AND GIMKANTBBD nv )j
Ef. j. hill drug co I
i Corner Opposite Postoffice, i
Eg , Salt Lake City. Fj
brought down the lightning from the
clouds. We chain it fast, and with a
llttlo motor Install It In your residence or
store, Thore's danger, though, If tho In
stalling '.s Imperfectly done.
YOU AVOID DANGER
on nny work done by ue, or by using
candle or arc light we put up. Our com
pleted contracts for new work or repairs
aro outside tho danger lino and our
charges are no more. Electrical work
of ours Is a guarantee of safety.
I. M. HIQLEY & CO.,
Electric Wiring and Fixtures.
100 E 1st So Ind 'phone. 752; Boll. 2I2S-X.
I Christmas Luxuries, J
.f The very latest in perfumes,
such as Azurea and Le Trifle,
t Palmer's, Lazell's, Eastman's,
X Seely's, Spiehler's and Pvick- .
i In Gent's Traveling Casas wo
X have a few of the best an-1 most
useful. Also a large variety of
J Toilet Seta.
X Welcorne, Step In, All Cars
T Start From
J Godbe-Pitts Prog
I Both 'Phones, Ho. 140.
In the watchword for health and vigor,
comfort and beauty. Mankind Is learn
ing not only the necessity, but tho luxury
of cleanliness. SAPOLIO which has
wrought such changes In tho home, an
nounces her sister triumph
FOR TOILET AND BATH.
A special soap which energizes tho
whole body, starts tho circulation and
leaves an exhilarating glow. All gro
cers and druggists-
Scoff's Sanfal-PepsiR Capsules
4 POSITIVE CURE
or Inflammation orCfttnrrhof
io Ujnrtriorcnd DiMtucd Kid
yo. MO COKE HO FAT. Cur?J
ilcklr nnd rermRientlr tha
orat crvKco of Conurrntwo
id Gleet, no matter of bow
no fitandlns. Absolutoly
vrmlow Sold t7 drngfrist.
rfw 81.CO, or by mell, rosf
Jd,?I.W,3 bozes, $2.76.
F. J. HILL, DRUG CO.. Salt Lako City.
The State Bank of Utah
Corner Main and South Tempi Sts,,
Salt Irfike City.
JOSEPH F. SMITH. President
WILLIAM B. PRESTON. Vice-President.
CHARLES S. BURTON, Cashier.
HENRY T. M'EWAN, ADflt. Cashier.
GENEKAIi BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts Sollcltod. Special alteration to
country trade. Correspondence Invited.
J. E. COSGRIFF, B. W. WILSON,
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
Commercial National Bank
An Exponent of Conservatism Combined
J. J. Daly, W. P. Noblo, Vico-proaldontfl.
A. H. PEABODT, Aaat. Caahlr.
WELLS, FARGO & CO. BANK
Salt LaJco City, Utah.
The Oldeat and Strongest Bank In "Utah.
Surplus ... $14,079.00)
Undivided profltn )
Tranoacta a general banking bosmeua,
domontlc and foreign.
Direct connections with banks m all
principal cities of the world.
Drafta, ) on h
Letteru of Credit, V prominent
TelegraphlcTrnnsferu. J cities.
Deponlta rocolvcd subject to oheok.
H. Li. MILLER,, Caahler.
"-JP CLAJtK. Aaat. C&ahlec.
ESTABLISHED 184L no OimCTEa
THE 'OLDEST AND IARQEflT.
G.'DTTN & C.,
The Mercantile Agency.
GEORGE RUST, G-onoral M.5:er.
Utih, liiho ana Wyoming.
Office In Progress bldg., Salt Lake City.
CAPITAL FULLY PAXD. $200,000.00.
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH.
Establlohed ISM. Incorporated 1003.
TranBaat a General Banking Business.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
JJESEEET NATIONAL BANK,
UNITED 8TATE9 DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lnko City. Utah,
Capital, $500,000 Surplus, 3250,000
L. a HILLS. MOSES THATCHER,
H. S. YOUNG, E. 8. HILLS.
Cashier. Aaat. Caahler.
Safe deposit boxes for rent
NATIONAL BANK OF
U. S DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX President
JAMES A. MURRAY VIco-PreoIdont
W. F. ADAMS, . Caahler
CAPITA?, PAID IN. Ktoi.OOO.
Banking In all its branches transacted.
Exchange drawn on tho principal cities
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
jjccoenice: & co.,
Salt Lako City, Tj'tah.
"BEST OF THE GOOD ONES."
Guaranteed to Bo Absolutely Puro
Hewlett Bros. Co.
YVvFri YOUNG. MIDDLE
' W M " AGED AND ELDER-
i V i HM LY. If you aro sexually
'' 1 1 " Kj V ' weak, no matter from
t H ' E& R ' what cause; undovel
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.Trtisaf varicocele, etc. MY
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NTo druge or electricity, 750. OCO cured and
lovclopcd. 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Send for
tree booklet Sent sealed. Guaranteed.
Wrlto today. R. C. Emmot, 233 Tabor
block. Donvor, Colo.
Through Standard Sleeper daily,
' Salt Lake to Chicago. Also through
S Tourist Cars. Lands you at the new
Lasalle Street Station in the morn- )
1 In The ' ing- . -1
2 Best Dining Car service. x
SlPflWf Of Iutimlte to "s Ju eect to take
iiiivwa n 'U'fl atr. we'll do the rest.
(Tlftif SfifTDA e ljave suPerior service to Flor- (
H UlfilOglP. ida and Southeastern points.
If you are interested in Oklahoma,
H ,v . we can give you valuable informa-
&) tion. "
Write, or 'phone 245. We will
jj come and see you.. 100 West Secqnd
p South slr,Get'
CHAS. B. SLOAT, E. DRAKE, Dis't. Pass. AgUt
Gen'l. Agt., Denver. Salt Lako City, Utah.
Diamond Work. J
I Watch Work.
259 SO, MAIN J
w w n ikjw is. ivawwi ray
Nr rvnl Iegant In nll'lta AppoIntmrnUi.
K0 rootaa. lasla c? on ault. tlroomji wlta
The Way of the World
Is Via tho
"THE DIRECT LINE"
FROM UTAH TO
Kansas City, St. Joe, Chicago, Galves
ton, El Paso, also to mining camps and
health resorts of New Mexico and Ari
zona. 3 TRAINS DA3LY 3
For Passenger and Freight rate3
free literature and all other Information
C. F. WARREN, General Agent
The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Po Rail
way Co., Salt Lake City, Utah.
COLORADO-UTAH SHCT WE
TO ST. LOUIS.
Through car. Salt Lako City $iu St.
Louis- and Kansas City Only ono Kong
lo New York. Buffalo and principal points
oaat low rates for summer travel
Especial attVntlou to ladleo and chil
dren, Tourlnt alocpcrB tbrouKh to Chicago,
Scaton and othr xzzj wllHoot caange.
Two trains dally.
Inqulro at ticket oroco. i53 lyooiy bloclc
Bait Lake City. Any :nrormatlon cheer
fully oiven. H. C. TOWNBEND,
G. P. & T. A. Missouri Paciflo St
; A Delightful Place to "Visit.
; A, Zfcofltablo Place t9 273. p
t Greatest Play Ground on Bartii. i
t Famous Places "Which Bvftryono
'. Wants to See.
Invest In a Tlckot to CALIFOIt-
NIA nnd Soouro Rich Ldvldeado In i"
HEALTH, PLEASURE A2TD
Mountains. Valleya. Rivera, Irfikos
r. Emd Ocean Reached by tho i
mpany's Liaes !
For dascrlptlvo and lllustraiivo -
lltomturo call sX No, an Mala V
I Street, Oalt Lalcf; Cirj-. ;J
g D. R. QRAY. Oenornl Aoat. &
3 Dec. 4, 1904. If
ARRIVE. 1 ? f
From Ogdsn, Portland. ' ?
Butto, Ban Francisco. Chi- 1
cago, St Louis. Omaha. ; t
and Denver .'. 8:40 aan. 1 C
From Ogdn nnd lntcrmcdl- 1 f
ate points 9:20 a.m. j
From Ogdcn; Cache Valley, ' j
and intermediate points.... 11:55 a.m. flj
From Ogden. Chicago. SL ! M
Louis. Kansas Clly. Oraa- ' if
ha. Denver and San Fran- ' M
etsco 4:45 p.m. 9
Prom Ogdcn, Cache Valley. H
SL Anthony, Portland and ' ffl
San Francisco 7:40 p.m. 1 M
DEPART. ! M
For Ogdon, Omaha, Chicago. 1 m
Denver, Kansas City and t 9
SL Louis . 7KK) a,m.. 'J W
For Ogdcn. Portland. St. An- ' jl
thony, San Francisco and i j
lnterncdlato points 100 a.m, B
or 0)?dcn, Omaha, Chicago, , 3
Donver, Knnsas City. St. - H
Louis and San Francisco.. 1:10 p.m, i"J
For Ogdcn. Cache Valley. . (j
Denver, Kansas City, Oraa- i
ho, St. Louis and Chicago.. 5:45 p.mj :.J
For Ogdon, Cacho Valley. Z a
Butte. Helena,. Portland. K.
San Franolsco and lntcnne.
dlate iwlnts 11:45 p.m; 'Mi
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Trafflo Mgr. - . , L
D. E BURLEY, G. P. & T. A. - . ih
D. S. SPENCER. A. G. P. & T. A. . 1
City Ticket office. 201 Main otreet. j f
Telephono 50. III
TABLE. PffiM !"!
Ban Pedro, Los An- Vr?f- ,l;
. geles & Salt Lake U3 i 'i;
R. R. CO. m.m j , 1
DEPART. j !
From Oregon Short Line depot, Salt Life 1
For Provo, Lehl. Jalrnald 'j
and Nephi. Mantl and i
points on Sanpoto Valley .
Ry "8:00 a.m. !
For Garfield Beach. Tooele. .
Stockton. Mammoth, Eu
reka and Silver City 7:45 a.m.
For Provo. American Fork.
Lehi, Juab. Mllford, Frisco. ,
Callentca and Intermediate
potato 6:05 p.m. !
From Provo, American Fork.
Lohl, Juab. Mllford, Frisco. , .
Callcntes and intermediate ;
points "9:45 n,Ttt.
iFrom Provo, Lehl. Fairfield. , .
' Merour and Sanpete Valley
Ry. points 5 :35 p.m.
,From Sllvr City. Mammoth. I j :
Eureka. Stockton. Tooele .
' and Garfield Beach 5:35 p.m.
Dally Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Ser- 1
vice betwo Salt Lake, Mllford. Modena d :
and Callcntes. H
Direct stage connections for all mining ,1
districts In southern "Utah and Nevada. J
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Street J,
E. W GILLETT. J. L. MOORE. 4
Gen'l Pass, Agt. DlsL Pass. AgL f
In Effect October 9, 1904. , j
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY. ! :
K?i 3o For Hober, Provo and , '
Maxyovalo 8:00 a. mJ V
No. 102 For Park City 80B a. m.' , 0,
x.o. C For Denver and Eaat 8:B0 a. m.' 'M
o. o For Ogdcn and West 10:50 a. ro. jf
No. 1 For Ogdon and West 1:45 p. m. M :
xt0, rFor Denver and East 3:15 p. m.( ;
No. 8 For Provo nnd Eureka... C:W p. m.l 'ji
a 11 For Ogdon and local pts. 0:0G p. m.! Iff
iFot: Denver and East...... 8:05 p. m.l
ho. J For Ogden and West 11:40 p. m. ,'rii
No. 112 For Bingham 8:10 a. m.! r
No. 11 For Bingham 8:00 p. m.l f. fp
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY. S 1
No. C From Ogden and tho East S:40 a. m.' '. 1 i
No. 12 From Ogden and local I 'I'
rolnta 10:23 a, m.: '
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo. 10:00 a. m. V '
No. C From Denver and East. .10.40 a. m. ' j
No. 1 From Denver- and Eaat.. 1.35 p. m..
7o S From Ogden and West.. 3:05 p. m. ) ,
No. 101 From Pork City 6:15 p. nl. 1,1
No. 0 From Hcber. Provo and j
Marysvalo 6:00 p. m. Xi,
No. 4 From Ogden and the West 75 p. m. i
No. 3 From Denver and East.. .11:30 p. m. ' f
No. 113 From Bingham 10:50 a, m. ' B
No. 115 From Bingham 5:40 p. m.l ji
All trains except Nos. 1 to 6 stop at ini !u
tormcdlato Dolnts. M
Ticket office, Dooly block. "l
Phone 2C6. l
I. A. BENTON. G. A. P.JX. f
The Lagoon Roaci A
Salt Lako ci Ogdon Bailway.
Timo Tablo in Effect Sept. 6, Z904L Ij'j,
LEAVE SALT LAKE, 6:30 and 9 B. It!
8:50 and 5:30 p. m. K
LEAVE FARMINGTON AND LA )(.
GOON, 7:S0 and 10 a. m 4:S0 and 6:30 p. m, j ;
E-xtra trains at It n. m. and 1:C0 p. m. oa ; f
Bundayo and holldayn. Tsj
A. D. PIERSON. Oon'l Pass. AsL
B. BBAN. Excursion A5L ;
OFFICE. l(nH1JN ST j
I To Chicago Every Day ! :,:
I THRO' STANDARD SLEEPING CAR j
VIA THE SCENIC ROUTE j ;
Leave Ogden at 2:15 or Salt Lake City at 1 j' ;
3:15 p. m., today; spend tomorrow riding through ft! i
the M'ouderful Eockies; visit Denver from p. m. m
to 10:35 p. m.; then return to your car and "take m !f;
it easy" until you reach Chicago. at 7:20 the third
wj morning after leaving home. m
An interesting trip and an easy, comfortable a t!.
one! Let me tell 3'ou more about it. R .,
I lrHj B" F NESLE1T' Gonerftl Agent, Hi
& jl!!! I rdWP! ' 79 W. SECOND SOUTH ST., S