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I MtTBPAT "OBMN-O. nECKMBRH 24, 1904 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. PAOEEVE
I LEGAL CHANGE
rikes in Linss Between
fi.een River, Wyo., and
Reno, Nev.Jan. 1.
, Attorneys Marshall and
Ycung as Counsel Remain
With Old Lines.
I - losing 'Jt tn Pnllc of placing the
HSmd ims ,nls r,,grlon dlrcct'v
zTlia direction of Vice-President
K!!Lfiind officials of the Oregon Short
Kt (jrtsd'.ctlon of the general nt
KZr Parity L. IlllAms. and the as-
.it.-rf.- . Il.url.'. Smith.
ute extended on the first of the year
In Ih'v?'" H"' ,,f ,he 1 ,,lon and
I I- !W. 1 n Plv . r.
LBtatH Ib'-io N'" T,)ls 'IU complete
" , " 1 I''- tf.-lai-M
"V: . i-.. - vvllli "li'- e eptlon. the
LVfle ofiklal having as yet n. Jurlsdlc-
'. : r. friJi:i Ogden to ltono. but
- lT ,, . v. t.-.s Hum ttiii come
Kwl liter, nu doubt
tknr-r.il S t r V R K -1 1 . 1 ft
- 'mc lasi. It was kuown
3. : .. !.!.. h-ui.il... "I. the ".rn. r
Btfi'tMng ws In the air. but I: was
Kct- e.i:)v ' si-morning that
(Sj.jf.-5 b- c'-.n-- currently reported
Bflcm?ntej upon The change In the
taliifrtiT.Ti it.-.-i- n..l m.-an that At
Etr Udnm'. Y.nin-- of tt, I'nion I'n
Htr Attorney Thomas Marshall of the
Btn Pacl'l." if-Mre from those roads,
EfRCb a lens and appr. dated s. :
Eher 15 the move a compl lm. in lo that
Ky-rlft. at In th now order "f things
WSfXtr. as counsi I for the line, and
Ete ci of Ju.lce Marshall he will re-
JB-i- - nt d!r i f the s , - .-r.-l
Ern Pacific ir.n.rp .rr.i 1 . ..mpanh-3
BHAtifllvi court work of the lines. hw
nv. 1D be performed h the leal de
Eaet of the Oregon Short Line, just
JJb . grating, maintenance, engineer
L pichaJing and part of the trarfle
ita jrforraed by Oregon Short Line
ilVIN ON PORTLAND.
:d Clark Exposition Going io
Sarprise the Country,
ewl! and Clark exposition next
'ortland l going to surprise the
jntry." said General Manager E
of the Oregon Railroad s. Navl
moar.y y.sterday as he sat In
Ident Bancroft's offloo dlacuss
eat Northwest ' Ft la even going
tae many Orcgonlans. vooi' or
Mn the state are many who cari
rcUte what a magnificent how
K to be. In the llrst place th.
he faJrds ideal, a great acreago
a high plateau with a beautiful
tke on one side and the glorious
on the other, The climate of
means that flowers will bloom
ltd a whole Held has been set out
rhich will practically bo bloom
rough the days of the fair. Port
.. and In fact, the whole Pacific
I Interested In seeing that the
it great fair does not fall below
Tn standard and I can shv that
such B one that the. whole" Wont
railroad and hotel facilities thev
I complete, as can be. The rall
I have a park with long sidings,
deeping and other private cars
bracked while their occuionis
ipoeluon A larpr h..tri in bi .up
the Inside inn. onlv a better
. and Portland's hotels and
': ir- ) f ,r ttieir
all who cotno to see us will be
a care of."
eS AHTR THE RAILWAYS.
ajJa?o Shippers Want National
.1 Is to Govern Transportation.
SH-pra"A l'.r :.-, The need of new
HJr1 llMatloi, n..-n.lnc the ..p.r-
afitL .ralUvays w,u b? consldcrerl bj
fal ccmmlsslon of the five mem
12 1 ('hl,-aR'3 Shippers' aflsocla-ar'-
arfK,lntc,:1 hy President A C.
L-t- with power to represent the
MAtlnr. m conference with commit
jfom kindr. d organizations. The
aprSiS-11 hold lts flrst meotlns
Bfc':,'T'-;, ta-c the board of
fT' r-'-lt'-' that ' The transporta-
C-n? . 0n'; of puch Kreat anf5
-'-ir.c Importance as to COrn-
EL, ' tarntst and Immediate con-
Httn itand aollo'i We Indorse
Rjt1 '" ,h" lentlon of ron
bring about .pj.r.a.l.- relations
tf and transportail.,,.
i lAlL SUCCEEDS MORRIS.
W Coml& to Handle Claims
011 Utah Division.
'r' recclved t Salt Lake
ft!-"-'"-, 'r''' m
a"M Wm res,rnat,0n P R Mor-
f",!'"" f"r ,n' 1 tan division
Kilt; : jr',,fent of Russell Ball to
"Hi.V., .' 'rrllory takes In tho
Mtfai f . ' The rlr--ular Is signed
MHh-.,-,,6?1 w C Hussev
SBV llllrd Vice-President
aa(i?ho anJ Vver' Popular of
LjK. forces' m u N,'w York to
LEu19 "'Mv-rt rv1' " "f ,,r ' "mpanv
BLtbc"ej: Position, being
WtjQ With datle8 M
Msof the Utah division.
aB2J'J,iVlJlua'b,)lJl Carson &
a"K ?tn mil, ln Wcr,J branded on
LH- ne eni trom Laws one day
"WEt: ."i?r "f ' train. In-
1aK U-e t -.ir, ' ro;"1 lh":"1- li'1
IK' Wi.d'r,I,'iiriind h,i :'t'"ntlon
- '-nly q f,.w box cam
W for ,
were attached to the engine. The balance
Of the train containing the coachet and
crowd of angrv and excited passengers
was on the demrt behind, far from am
signs of habitation. The engineer re
versed his engino and returned tor the
BUILT BY UTAH MAN.
Trains Running Over Maryland Line
Owned by Gould.
The first legularly scheduled train on
the YSestern Maryland connecting link,
between Cumberland and Cherry Run.
and completed between the latter point
and Hancock, e,even mlb-s, passed over
than STtlon direct to Hagnrstown I in g
day, There Is now a service of two
trains dall between Hancock and Hag
erown. connecting direct to Baltimore
The people of Hancock, always compelled
to cross Into YV.-st Virginia and take the
Haltlmor.' - Ohio, hall-d the . ompl. tlon
of '.lie sictlon with much satisfaction
This Is a Gould line, of w hich Inslow
B Pierce Is president, -md was built by
I'hl.-f Knglneor John y Barh.w formerly
of Salt Lake, the man who made the
1 nl n P.i-ltlr ai rve from Mllfor.l to 1 OS
AngMes In 18S9.
Gould to Invade Iowa.
The announcement la made that the
Gould Interests have completed arrange
ments for the early opening of a line
from St. Joseph, Mo., across Iowa and
Minnesota, to Minneapolis. Tin- s t.--m-.nt
Is made by F. S. Mordant prosld nt
of the St Joseph. All. an-. ,v Deg Moines
which has but recehtlj passed th promo
tion stage that his road was financed by
the Mbwonrl Pacific, and that the Mis
souri Paclttc has also tuken over the Des
Moines, Iowa Falls & Northern I he
latter was built mysterious!) two years
ago by local people along the line and it
now develops that th" securltlca' had a
Gould IndorrtemTit. which made their sah
possible. The road is to be extended n .rth
to the Twin citl-a and operating In con- i
nectlon with the Mordant road from St I
Joseph to I-3 Molne-, will ;;l s-e q direct '
line .about -4J.", mll'M lonii
The Gould sstem lias never entered
Iowa before but has been for years plan-
nlng to cross the State and reach the
Twin cities It has (Igur.-.l In th.- affairs
..f th MlnncapolN & st l.onis ind the,
Des Moines Fort Hodfe at various
times Activity all along th- route bv
which the Twin cities are to be reached
bears out Mordants statement that build
ing will b. pushed earlv In tho new year.
Inspector of Transportation.
1 he Gould system has a new official In
I. YV Hlgglns. who Is glfM the tne of
ln-iector of transportation He was for
merly a superintendent on the Brand
And the end Is not yet.
The B & O has made wonderful strides
In rebuilding Its lines.
Vice-President Bancroft leaves for San
Francisco Monday or Tuesda .
There Is some talk of the Great Fulls &
Canada falling to one of the big r .:il-
The engines and cars of the Salt Lake
Route will soon be arriving at Salt I.nkc
For the month of December gross earn
ings on the Short Line went away above
General Manager R E. Walls Of the Salt
1 ake Route will be hack from Denver this
Tr H M. Vance has been apnilnted
local surgeon at Pleasant Grovo for the
Salt Lake Route.
Hon V. R. Ke'lv. general solicitor of
the I'nion Paclfl'", returned t Omaha on
Some more changes will be annnuniol
In The Tribune before the New Year's
edition leaves the press
The Short Line will soon have to t.ikn
In all the othr rl mr.' of the News hulll
Ing If It keeps growing
General Superintend. A. K Welbj of
.the Rio Grande Western Is expected back
from Denver this morning
Boise being the objective point for so
many roads, Its people ought to begin to
feel happy over the prospect
"If the snow will onlv hold off until wc
get that roof on ' said on.- railroad man
yesterday Another said the same thing,
changing roof to ballast.
The Rock Islan 1 Is going to build Into
Idaho but wn. ti it gvts started tic- Bhoit
Line may have a few spurs and branch s
laid in desirable territory
with the piling between Porl Costa nd
Benlcla and the tunnel through the Sier
ras, the Southern Pacific would b able
tO make c en better time than the. new
With rallH ordered, equipment for eonJ
Btructlon planned and contiact for grad
lng let to "no man. the Western P clflt
certainly ought to soon do something In
the wa of work
Never in the history of local tick. I of
fices has there been sue h u ruh t.r p 18 1 -boards
n yesterday. Ev. r train h av
ing the city was packed and the rudh will
Joseph H. Young, who v,.s promoted t
be general superintendent ..f the Colorado
A Southern last Thanksgiving will come
In from Denver this morning to p iss
Christmas with his family, Hi will re
ceive a welcome from h'. old friends.
Mans boxes of fresh fish, oysters,
oranges and other Pacific coast .i.iinties
found their wav Into the general offlc"
resterdaj when thi Salt Lake Route la
open all tho winter delicacies of that re
gion around Los Angeles will come b
Salt La- In twanty-rour hours.
The Utah Light h Railway companj
has put on an extra car to Ninth Bast and
Tenth South to accominod i the 6 m
rush T)ds section .f tllfl cltv has. In th
last seat , had a at -r number of new
dwellings than any other, and tr.ifii. Is
Increasing wonder full on the several
To be remembered In a persona! letter
at the holiday season l always appreciat
ed But one letter received by local rail
road men from General Agent Shepard
and Traveling Passenger Agent W. VS'
Bctts of the Alton proves conclusively
that theirs Is "the only way" to wrlto
RESIDENCE 'PHONES $2.00
Per month. Individual lines Utah
Independent Telephone Co.
ANXI0U3 TO GET HOME.
Passengers on Great Ocea.n Liner Can
Scarcely Wait to Land.
NEW YORK. Dec 23. There was a
wild rush for shore among the 450 pas
sengers when the gang plank of the
great liner Deutschland was lowered at
her pier in Hoboken ear ly today. Among
tlx travelers vv. ie man;.' fruin the West
and South, anxious to get the earll-st
train today for their homes, to spend
Christinas. It was to permit this that
the vessel was braught up the bay and
paased at Quarantine In the night an
extremelv unusual event at this port
Men and women struggled together,
and though they knew- that there was
at least an hour's wait on the pier for
tho baggage Inspection, every one
seemed Imbued with th- one Idea of
getting ashore first Women's dresses
were torn and many men lost their
hats. Half a dozen men In the front
ivcre sent sprawling when they gained
the pier by the rush of the crowd be
More Gold for South America.
NEW YORK. Dee. 23. he National
Cltv bank will ship J1,0T gold cob, to
Eouth America today Goldman. Sachs &
Co win also ship to South America t i
morrow $CGo,000 in gold cola j
Shortness of Breath
Is One of the Com
monest Signs of
Not-vRhutandlng what many physic
ians say, heart dlseaso can bo cured.
Dr. Mllcn N-w Heart Cure has per
manently restored to health many
thousands vrho had found no relief In
tho medicines (allopathic or homoeo
pathic) of regular practicing physicians.
It han proved Itself unique in tho his
tory' of medicine, by being so uniformly
successful in curing tho:ie dlreases.
nearly always, one of the first signs
of trouble Is ehortners of breath. Wheth
er it comes os a result of walking or
running up sta.Ps, or of othor exercises,
1 the heart !s unable to meet this extra
demand upon Its pumping powers thers
Is something wrong with it.
The irerj best tulng you cm do, la to
take Dr Miles' New Heart Cure, It
Will go to the foundation of tho trou
ble, nnd make a permanent euro by
strengthening and renew tag the nerves.
"J know that Dr. Miles' New Heart
Cure is a great remedy For a number
of years 1 suffered from shortness of
breath smothering spells, and pains lo
my loft Bide For months at a tlm 1
would bo unable to lie on my left nlJn,
and if I !ci ti ll "i my back would nearly
Btnother. A friend advised using Dr.
Miles New Heart Cure, which I did
with good results. I began to ImprovS
at once and after taking several l ollies
of the Heart Cure tho pain In my sldo
and other symptoms vanished. I am
now entirely well. All tli lreadful
smothering spells nre a thing of tho
paat."r-F. P DilAKE, Middle-town. O.
If the first bottle dies not help yo'i,
the druggist will i. -fund your money.
V T? TP V '.rT' u us for Free Trloj
x JA.Ji.i-j Package of Dr. Miie6' Antl
Pain Pill-, the Now Scientific Remedy
for Pr.in Also Symptom Blank Our
Specialist will diagnose your case, tail
you what is wror.g, and h w to rljrnt It.
Fn-- DR M1LFS MEDICAL CO,
Good Whisky Needs No Praise Sold
bx ROPKR & MAYER 'The Zang. ' IV
28 W. 2nd So.
Weathei for Today Cloudy, with lor.il
rain or snow.
Yevt, ,,i ,j s record at the local office of
the wenther hureau:
Maximum temperature. 11 degrees; mini
mum lamperatqrsjj 31 degrees; mean tem
perature, y d.-grees, which Is i degrees,
below the normal.
Accumulated excejis of tempera lure
since the llrsTnr the month, 21 degrees.
Accumulated excess ..f temperature
slrce January 1. 173 degrees.
Total precipitation from r, p m. to 5 p.
m.. .07 Inch.
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation
since the llrst of the month, M Inch.
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation
6lncc the llrst of Januarv. 1.4 Inches
it J HYATT, P. cal Forecaster.
DO.' r USE A FOURTH OF A
Individual lines In residence?. $2 per
month. Utah Independent Telephone
Won't Annex Tonga Islands.
BYDNEY, N. S W . Dec 23 -The local
naval authorities deny having any knowl
edge of their reported Intention to annex
the Tonga Islands, formerly known as the
Frie ndly Islands. The native Premier and
1 r. ..surer of the Tonga group were re
, entl; ported bv th Brltl h to the FIJI
Islands, on charge s of malfeaisancs in of
II. e, Inch kr IVe I 1-e to ll.e C port.
Christmas matinee and ball at Chrls-tensH-n's,
Monday December -ti. 4 and
8:30 p. m.
S18 Pii-st Class; $16 Second Class
Chicago to New York via Pennsylva
nia lines on the "Ketteno express'
leaving Chicago dally at 10:05 a. m., ar
riving New York 3 o'clock next after
noon. Through sleeping curs nnd
coaches for both flrvt and second-class
passengers. A?k for tickets via Pan
Handle route. Your home agent will evII
you through tickets and check your
baggage. For full information write
George T. Hull. D A, 81-fl Seenteenth
street, Denver. Colo
Admiral Davis Makes Official Calls.
PARIS, Dec. 23 Rear-Admiral Davis,
the American member of the International
commission of Inejulry Into the North sa
Incident, today continued making calls or.
Cabinet officers Admiral Campion re
riive.i and entertained Admiral Davis at
the Ministry of Marine In the absence of
Minister Pcllatan, who was attending a
mt etlng of the 1 ouncll ol Ministers,
if there were any tea to be
had that is better than Tree
Tea--it would be selected
er Tree Tea.
E I E
T n T
B IMPOFITCD OY III
F UUBHW ! F
n S SAN FRANCISCO.
A IILhALF POUND Jj I fa
brought down the lightning from tho
clouds. We chain If fast, and with a
little motor Install it in your resldencs or
store There's danger th.iURh. If tho in
stalling is Imperfectly done
YOU AVOID DANGER
on any work done h us, eir by using
candle or arc- light we put up. Our com
pleted contracts for new work or repairs
are outside trie d.'inio-r ilne and our
charges are no more Electrical work
of ours Is a guarantee of safety.
I. M. HIQLEY & CO.,
Electric Wiring and Fixtures
KO E 1st Bo Ind 'phone. 752, Boll. 24CS-X.
x Christmas Luxuries. I
The very latest in perfumes,
such as Azurea and Le Trifle,
t Palmer's, Lazell's, Eastman's, T
4. Seely's, Spiehler's and Rick- I
t In Gent's Traveling Cases we
4. have a few of the best ani most 4.
useful. Also a large variety of
Toilet Sets. J
4- Welcome, Step in. All Cars
T Start From t
j Godbe-Pitts Drug j
j Store !
Both 'Phones, No. 140. t
A positive and permanent euro for
drunkenness and the opium diseaaies.
There Is no publicity, no sickness. Ladles
treated as privately as at their own
b mas. The Ke lev Institute. 33-1 W. So
Temple. Salt Iake City, Utah.
ifff iMM.w.MnMa,naw iawM
NeldenJudsoa Dru? Co. 1
I WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS. I
CIGARS A SPECIALTY.
POSTOFFICE BOX 370.
K EJdw C smith. President. '
M John P Cobb, Vice-President nnd Bj
Hi' i . I ea rl, Beer tarj
B ii a Knowlci Treasure
I Ck Crystal af l
? 239 MAIN STREET,
it Has "r--ned 4-
J- Tipen day and nlk'ht Tel. Vi - ' .
A Tray e.rders Solicited. --
:or Sale by All First
HE MAN WHO SMOKES will nppre
late a box of our
Blue Point Perfetfo
lgars belter than any Xmas xlft that can
S made him He wdll value them highly
' he has had a formr acquaintance of
heir many good points, and If they are
ew to him he will value them more as a
ilghtv good thing to have
Not How Cheati'.' But How Good?
Whitaker & Dallas
I he State Bank of Utah '
Corner Main and South Temple Sts.,
Salt Lake City.
JOSEPH F. 8MTTH, President,
WILLTAM B PRESTON, Vice-President.
CHARLES S. BURTON, Cashier.
HENRY T. M'EWAN. Aset. Caablar.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited. Special attention to
country trade. Correspondence lnvlt?d
J. E. COSORIFF, E. W. WILSON.
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
Commercial National Bank
. An Exponent of Conservatism Combined
J. J. Daly. W P Noble. Vlce-preidnts.
A. H PKABODT. Asst. Cuhlcr.
WELLS. FARGO & CO. BANK
Selt Lake City, Utah.
The Oldeat and 8trongcat Bank ha Utah
Surplus V .. CfBTB.ooj
Undivided proftta )
Transact a general banking bualness
domestic and foreign
Direct connections with bank tn aJl
principal cltlea of the world
rrmfta, ) on all
Letter of Credit, v prominent
Telegraphic Transfers ) cltlea.
Deposits received aublcct to chack
H L. MILLER. Cashier
- P CLARK. Asst Caahler..
ESTABLISHED ISO omCEl
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
The Mercantile Agency.
OEOROE RUST. General MJt?er.
Utii, Idibc MTyomlng.
Offloe In Progress bldg . Salt Laite City.
CAPITAL FUL.LT PAID. 1200,000 (XL
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
' Bslabllshad 18T9 Incorporated 10J.
Trntifct a General Banking Buatnesa.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
j ESESET NATIONAL BANX,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
3ait. Lake .Tly. t'tah.
Capital, 8500,000 Surplus, $250,000
L, S. HILLS. MOSES THATCHER,
H. S. YOUNG, E S HILLS
Cashier Aaoi '-'aahler.
6af deposit boxes for rent.
NATIONAL BANK OF
U. 8 DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX . President
JAMES A MURRAY Vloe-Praaldent
W F ADAMS. Cashier
CAPITAL PAID IN. CtfXOOO.
Banking In all Its branches transacted.
Exchango drawn on the principal cltle
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPnTTO
jjccornick: & co.,
gait Lako City, Utah.
1 j 9 H v. . ..k, no m itt'-r" from
I I J n MM 1 B w-h.it cause; undt trel
Rg 4 jG oped; have strli ture
PERFUCT APPLIANl E will cure j'ou
No C.tuia or electricity; T5(i,0i cured and
developed. 10 DAYS' TRIAL Send for
free booklet. Sent sealed. Guaranteed
Write today R. C Emmet, 233 Tabor
block. Denver, Colo.
New and elegant In all Its appointments
350 rooms, single or on suite. 61 rooms
With bath G. S. Holmes Proprietor
9 Through Standard SWpor daily, J
m Salt Lako to Chicago. Also through
Tourist Cars. Lands you at the- uew &
r) Lasalle Street Station in the morn- 2
I In The I
Best Dining Car service.
8 HrtQPi' A f Intimate to us von expect to take
f169" 01 a trip. We'll do the rest S
Z r'hifQa'aA f have superior service to Flor- C
ida and Southeastern points.
m If vou are interested in Oklahoma, ml
W we can give you valuable informa-
0 tion W
Write, or 'phone 245. We will S
t'ome and see you. 100 West Second jj
CHAS. b' SLOAT. E. DRAKE, Dis't. Pass. Agt,
M Gcn'l. Afft , Denver. Salt Lake City, Utah.
n A Delightful Place to Visit. I, j
id A Profitable Place to Live. j
1 1 slsfornia i
I 77 E
B Famous Places Which Everyone B
I Invest In a Ticket to t 'A LI FOR- I
I NIA .aiul Becun Rich Dividends In M
S HEALTJl PI.EASI Ki: AND g
BCountalns, Valleys, Rivers Lakes w
I and . ;, .,!..,' b the
I Southern Pacific
Company's Lines K
I For deshrlptlve and lllustrath ra
M lit ratur 1 -it No ;, Main Ni
G Street. Salt Lake Cltj
I D R 1 ;; ral Agent. S
The Way of the World
Is Via the
4 TIa?INE' '
FROM UTAH TO
Kansas City, St. Joe, Chicago. Galves
t. 11. KI Paso, n'so to mining camps and
halth resorts of New Mexico and Art-
1 3 TRAINS IAiLY-3
For Passenger and Freight rates
free literature and all other Information
C P WARREN General Agent.
The Atchison. Topeka ft Santa Fe Rail
way Co, Salt Lake City, L'tah
COLORA00-UTAH SHORT LINE
TO ST. LOUIS.
Through car. Salt I-ake City to St.
Louis and Kansas City Only one change
to New York. Buffalo and principal points
East low rates for summer travel.
Especial attention to ladles and chil
dren. Tourist sleepers through to Chicago.
Dcston and other points without change.
Two trains dally.
Inquire al ticket office, 1ii3 Dooly block.
Salt Lake City. Any Information chcer
fully given. H. C. TOWNSEND,
G. P & T. A Missouri Paclllc Rv , St.
Th Lagooi Road
Salt Lake & Ogdeu Kailvray.
Time Table in Effect Sept. 6. 1004.
LEAVE SALT LAKE, 6:80 and 9 a. m .
3:30 and S 30 p m
I SAVE F ARMING TO N ANP LA
GOON. 7 30 and 10 a m.. 4 30 and 6:30 p m.
Extra trains at 11 a. m nnd 1 30 p. m.
On Sunilays and holidays
A. D. PIER80N, Gen I Pass Agt.
J. B. BEAN, Excursion Agt.
OFFICE, 161 MAIN ST
Ssolt's Santai -Pepsin Capsules
j2P A POSITIVE CUR
to 'C For InO?mmtlcn orCatarrhf
-. i the Bh1 !cr too D'cMKd Kl3-fiJ'.-ftD
U. u. n. Mu OtJ'.E 110 lAf iti,;
U yjl- Wguakly and rrniiir.ntlT tho
GS ', ll wont c&tra of fioimrrWn
jj tnJ CJIcec. no rottor of bow
-P'iV!!S )5D tandlng. Abfulotely
V rsa normlcos Sold by drugjjlfll
xr, -I Vrlco li.co, or br malL, jewt-
i-t. h pold, 8I.CC, 3 boxes, 0.75.
fitTE SAHTAL-PEPSIN UD.
"vVvii?V Bellefoatalne, Ohle-
F. J. HILL DRUG CO.. Salt Laka aty.
BpV'ji.-r-, v'llcm.-j and ta'iilllci tk MBt
5SjI,"vor l-ftili 'o Hetorc Orty
gg TIME TABLE
From Ogden. Portland.
Butte, San Franclaco. Chi
cago, Sl Louis. Omaha,
and Denver 8:40 a.rru
From Offd"n and Intermedi
ate polnta 0:20 a.m.
From Ogdon. Cache Valley,
and intermediate polnta 11:55 a,m.
From Ocden. Chicago. St.
Louis. Kansas Cltv. Oma
ha. Denver and San Fran
cisco 4 :45 p m.'
From Ojrden Cache Valloy.
St Anthony. Portland and
San Franclaco 7:40 p.m,
For Opden, Omaha, Cblcafto,
Denver. Knnsas City and
8t. Louis 7:00 a.m.
For Ogdon. Portland. St. An
thony. 8a.n Francisco and
Intermediate points 10:20 nm.
For Orden, Omnha Chicago.
Denver, Kansaji City. Bt.
Louis and San Franclco.. 1:10 p.m,
For OKd?n Cache Vnlley.
Denver, Knsa City, Oma
ha, SL Lcula and Chicago.. 5:45 p.mj
For Ocden. Cacne Valley. J
Butte. Helena, Portland.
Ban Francisco and Interme
diate point .... 11:45 p.m t
T M. SCHUMACHER, Traffic Mgr.
D E BX'RLET. O. P. T. A.
D. 8. SPENCER, A O. P & T. A,
City Ticket office. 201 Main atreat.
flan Pedro, Los An- V-?Cy
geles & Salt Lake. xP
R. R. Co
From Oregon Short Line depot, Salt 11 Irs
For Provo, Lehl, Talrflald
and Nephl. Mantl and
points on Sanpeto Valley
For Oarflcld Beach. Tooele.
Stockton. Mammoth, Eu
reka and Sliver City... 7A5am.
For Provo. Am-erlcan Fork,
L-eht. Juab. Mllford. Frisco.
Callntcs and lntermediato
points 6:03 p.m.
From Provo. AmerlcaJi Fork,
LeM. Juab. Mllford, Frisco.
Callentca and Intermediate
points 9:45 a,zru
.From Provo. Lehl. Falrfleld.
Mercur aid Sanpeto Valley
Ry points - SaSp.Tll.
.From Silver City. Mammoth.
Eureka, Stockton. Tooele
and Garfield Beach 5:85 p.m.
Dallv Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Ser
vice between Salt Lake Mllford, Modena
and Callentes. . .
Direct staere connections for all mining
district In southern Utah and Nevada.
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Street.
E W GIL LETT, J L MOORE.
Gcn'l Pass. Agt. Dlst Pass. Agt
In Effect Octobor 9, 1904.
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITT.
No. 10 For Heber, Provo and
Marysvalo 6.00 a. m.
No Hi3 For Park Cltv 8.16 a, m)
No. 6 For Denver and Lost 8.60 a. m,
No. 6 For Ogden and West 10 60 a. m.
No. 1 For Ogden and West 1 46 p. m.
No. S For Denver and East.. .. 3 16 p. m.i
No. 8 For Provo and Eureka... 6 00 p in.
No. 11 For Ogdon and local ptfl. 6 05 p. m
No. 4 For Denver and East. . . 8:05 p m.i
No S For Ogdon and West . .U:40p m
No. V2 For Binrham 3:10 a. m.'
No 114 For Bingham 3 00 p. m.i
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITT.
No. 6 From Oaden and tho East 8.40 a. m.
No 12 From ogden and local
polnta 10. SJ a. m..
No 7 From Eurelca and Provo. 10 00 a. m.
No 6 From Denver and East. 10 40 a. m
No 1 From Denver and Eaat.. 1.86 p. m.,
iNo 3 From Osden and West.. 3:06 p. m.
No. 101 From Park City .. 6:16 p. m.
No From Heber, Provo and
Maryavale ...60 p.m.
No. 4 From Ofrden and the Wr oat 7.55 p. m
No 3 From Danver and East .11 30 p. m.
No. 113 From Ulngham 10:60 a. m.
No, U 6 From Bingham ... 6.40 p. in.'
ATI trains except Nos. 1 to 6 atop at In
Ticket office. Dooly blook.
I. A BENTON. O. A. P. JD
r WINE of
j FOR WOMEN
J. W. CURRIE, '
H ASSAY ER, m
TO W". 3rd South. Salt Lake City.
I To Chicago Every Day!
THRO' STANDARD SLEEPING CAR
VIA THE SCENIC ROUTE
Leave Ogden at 2 1.". or Salt Lake City at
3 15 p. in , today; spend tomorrow riding through
the wonderful Rockies; visit Denver from 1 p. m.
to 10:36 p. m.; then return to your nir mid "take
it easy" until you reach Chicago at 7.20 the third
morning after leaving home.
An interesting Inp and an easy, comfortable
one! Let me tell you more about it.
jj 79 W. SECOND SOUTH ST.,