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flTi Rl)AV MORNING, DECEMBER 31 1904 fjB
f THE SALT LAKE TRIBUTE. i'AOEKOT ijfl
1 ITS RAILROAD
j m LAW OFFICE
j j, l.lclinney Leaves
j Short Line,
I With the Passenger Depart
ment for Long Time, but
I Will Enter the Law Office of Powers
J & Marioneaux on Jan-
J uary 1
I y,rk v,r who nrls fo' t r' ,r,,,t four
Mr been secrr tnr;t 'n ,r, offices r Mr,
rl trl'V and Mr Snonr,,r han,Jd lr hls
j'fr.Rt'"" !! ionl;i . to cnti-r tho cm
fl K ... th( new law firm of Powers &
i llikjneJX. effective January 1. Mr
I wKinr.ey 1 one of the expert stenogra
B Jt"(rJ rf flic rit, but It was never his
ElJon to remain in railroad work, us
itudlcd low young man mid
fl MiiJ mary yar? In law offices
Anriouiiomont was mad'' yesterday
fl f-yir.f of the hrince, and the man who
tik"' Mf M; K ii. in-' pine I? George
I crt a SJi ' n-'-r' 1 Position Is
V irwd nn ns lt nllK 'n tnr p-"8' been the
I itfolop-stot! fr many young mm, who
ur(.' heon promoted from that dck In
M t I"4-''nr department to Important
KriJ "n "e road.
DYER GOES UP.
fbeolar Out Naming Him for Head of
driiLrj! were Issued yesterday nn-!--yi'lnc
the avrr'lritmerit of I. T Dyer
u fcrrinl"nd'nt of telegraph for the
Stlt Lake Route, with ofllce at Los An
!! Mr Dyer Is now chief dispatcher
bff haii Jiift returned from Los An
whT lie his Inn 1 1 a visit and
la consultation with officials at that point
H r'-w frm St. Joseph and has han
dM trl-k on his roads like the lim
Rnfton nd Santa F . but he made such
i fooi record since coming to Utah that
i mis selected to fill tho new office to
b crested on Jnnuary 1 His successor
ti chief dlfrtchf-r hus not been named,
bit the rnan will bo mado known In a
Story of a Wild Cat.
Engloeer Ed While and Fireman Larry
JAm had an experience Tuesday night
which, had it occurred to men of less
nakJ habit?, might be attributed to an
lff of "hritnris i hei-r
Tuesday afternoon while going through
PlIlMd canyon they were utartl. d by
wmaMce landing with a howl -ind a
rramble on the tender of their engine
ffkto enough coal dust had blown away
forth m i lil lf their visit. r they he
ltA an enormous wild cat. which
I 1. snarllr.g. upon tie -oal ,,r,d
fcifrj ready to take possession of the
ah N-lther the fireman nor the engin
es being accustomed to such a pass n
fj, both at once vacated La the front
tlsdoa and rode the runboar.) until Mr.
iftt arrived the point at which he do.
disembark before they returned)
'totr.' rmploy of the Southern 'Pacific.
It I cl .lin'-l l,y sonic --iMri.ad men t!..
Man White and Ahcrn beat their own
Lilr, loto Carlln and others are wonder
tot TSat would have happened If they
M teen flagged before th. wild cat quit
routing the engine. Never having flagged
ItUo cat, none of them can sav, but It
i thnuKht that Larry will appiy for a
Tfl r,n the SnRO and Cork railroad,
Wn there are neither wild cats nor
Headquarters in New York.
I SAN FRANCI8CO. Deo 3". For two
s-.'M p.in ii,,. W.-ils-Kargo enmpanv
I 5L5wn Bh'Plpng Bast th. books and
ncj, of the auditing department and
I Wlhi future all work of that department
x :,U done- in New York rity
If Koro Trouble on Tonopah Route,
A sanJsturm hajj blocked trafnc on the
Won Colorado ro-d and all trains
The , vers the track
Oct deep and extends for a distance of
I New Road in Nevada
lafC???pany h;'9 been formed In Nevada
T.'1," twcnty-fic-mlle, electric road
n Harm and Fallon.
at?7y .Godwn Is recovering from -his
,H of uphold
teto ii i,l,J1 wln -ult railroading and go
ice live-stock commission business
Ikio MaT,apt-r T. M Schumacher of
'ureSon Short Line Is out of the dt
-ilCV'!Sn ''r"cenl company Is send
pir,.. cfnrl;ilH a compliment-, Isuo of
' itiveo- P'anrT,,'in'8 dories of railroad
rrl' lhe Harrlman and tiould lines
, er due attention
10 l,a!Mm(lro & 0ni0 Southwestern
Hi ik. a b"ok f Us own containing
tintJdv'?1?'ta2.lnr- Matures. It Is Issued
LKyvlk0 Bok of the Roval Blue,
"ur-Track News and others
The Semi-Weokly Tribune
l'.''Jbr besn Pencral newspaper pub
Ik': a b,lv o'-ri too Missouri river and
r-aelnc coast No other weeklv or
Vbh T J paper covr the news of
- Montana. Wyoming und
jaoa so thoroughly, it reaches frnrn
" -o rr.ur days earlier than the Eat?t
' w i oaal papers Every family
j.j have a good metropolitan news
fccTr.,. r the Teople of tho lnter
Snru. 1 rr;untr" theri- none that so
Vy nils the bill as The Tribune
' KxlJ : ls Jlr' l"r for two
5S. wrt? fSarai py frpe ou
, "t. rite for one. Address
Salt Lake 'it. Utah.
IContmue Textile Strike.
KoA1,,1?? Ma8S DJC -A rna
a mill iJo U"'""H Involved In the
Q corTA Slr''" volod '"''v to continue
WWrif; Flv,i U'xUI "nl.ms met sl
Wl"T,y 1,1 (Jlffo ent In lis in this city
' te of th. P?n tho Question. Tlie total
uinr th ""r,r,, r'" the question of , on
"Wnst. 8 kL' was 1401 ln favor to 420
I w TEA
Remaining uncalled for at tho postofflce,
til -alt Lake City. December :u, UM. To
foral",.Khf.rn 'lf T. WPUcanti must call
lor advert Ised lttcrs ' and must an-..
I?hfa ? the f If colled for
d. 'd .. uV; 'SSS ,hey wm bo scnt to the
A 1 1 good David Lovsey E H
An.ir. w. p c Longney rhoa
AM I' rank Langshlre Alfred
J) n E 1-apa Chas
A derson BrVllls l.lndstr.,m Frllhlof
Aiman Jno 1-nmk.urtip Oeo
And,, we II Lawrence Jno fft
Burton Hsnry Lawless N J
Ja l"nt:n" 2? Livingston R W
1 ;(jhm:'n HJS Larsen M'm
n ,S r, k Morrl Leroy
Bi Ii her Rober , nth Ed
Ho.udsley W T Mc Donald A U (3)
f la. u Lou M Burney Jaa A
Burrell alter e Martenson a
Umtherson M Marton ('has
I'.u'kley l'.Uhard Mayo B W
Bowon Ry B Madra.o Ous
Bowerson W E Mooney Rev J A
Brown fJeo t Morris L k
Brown L W Monts imery n
Brown F'at (2) Mitchell Willi
Blirkley Andrew Mlll. r G0
Hurt a Mitchell P
Rail Osi u Mulhall A B
rook Ed Maokey b
Crouch BbeneMr Markham Ton
Cooley Chester Melius Lou
Cooper Martin Co Merrill Jno
"tils B (i Newton Fair Co
Chrtstensen R c Nelson B L
'"lark Jno L . wa hlne J P
1 In Istei j c Nelson Louis
1 UfTord linrrv NcalSOn Evans
Chi -hire Oeo Oberg ' J
Chambi rlaln Edw ( B it
Clark ('has i Uson Taylor
'hambers i has ok ii'.i I'd,,
oj" J E Parkinson Bdmond
Cola Roscoe (2) Parsons Flank
Colburn w b Pastermkck Jesse
I iii...iillo Urn Patrick 1
1 'OUKlaa T 1 1 Patterson '. R
Davis Edward (2) Ramsey Oeo
Davis II Q Randolphs The
Dcwar J M lt.ol.erty i izla
Decker Ira Revlto Jno
Davis Scott Rowland Bros
Davis W i ! Reed Thos
Donison f w Richards Budd
Dugan j m Riehard Jack
Dunn Llewellyn C Rose Prank T
fnterprlse I phoi- Rush K II
sterlng Co Rupi le Jene
Edwards N A Rowland Wilbur
rjiiernecK w Ur Uoi.lnson Mac lj
Erwln l D Scholl A
Elhier F j b hulti F
En kson a W Shields ;eo h
Fenton Q C ShlnKlcton H
Pakeman J P Shea Jas
Farroll Willis Shields W
Friidies P Sprague D1ck
f uller Jesr-e B Southall Chas
Frink Sherburne Ball i-nko Employ
i Itsgerald Chas l fno
i.enriH Mac ,c.ilt Lake Steam
' i rover Jaj Dye oi h i
Grcenmals Llnmon Summer R i
Oreen J F Sowards Wilbur
Ooddard Amos B Smith Frank
Goehrlnej F B Smith O A
Olbeon Urn F Smith Jno S
Qallager T M Smith Frank L
Joldlng Elmer Smith Jack
CJallacher J C Smith Malcolm
IIIIIs Mr ;md Mrs Turne W P
Roland P Thornton Carter
Hilton David 'I tilery H
Hllbert Jno Thomp-oti C
Hoy C L Tapgart Oscar
i ewe It Taylor Jno
1 Hubert A Thomas Thos I
Hnll W 1 Vanco David A
Haws jno Vernon h m
Hazard Walter Watson Noble
Hale J C Wottlce Alex
Haagerhad F est Hdw Co
Haynes Ernest Weaver C ll
Holmes Dwitrht Waldron E L
Hunt T M onser Paul
Jones Owen Q W atson Noble
Jensen Alex WU9on Geo
Jamison Ira D A Inberg Oeo A
Jacobson otto Wood R R
Jacobsen Wnn C wllhelmseh Orsen
Jacobs Henry R "Whlttler W E
Klrkpatrlck J it Yeates J O
Antwerp Mrs J J Haworth Mrs Marj
Vllen Mrs I M JohnBton J H
Brooks Mrs A N Johnson Mrs R (2
Ball Mrs Jessie Johnson Miss B C
Bellinger Mrs H C Johnson Miss Klea
Blondln Mrs A Jackson Mrs D L
Brandt Mrs G Jonasson Miss Effie
l'riilthwalte Miss Jamison Mrs J C
Pronla James Mrs S C
Buchanan Mrs C A Kuhn Miss Ellza
Burton Miss Juila beth
Burl Mrs Isa Klessell Miss Wll-
BoChner Miss N helmlna
Berry Miss Ohrls- Klefer Miss E M
lit.. Kemp Mrs Jean K
Bell Mrs 'arla T Kronon Miss Jusle
Blackshaeb Mrs Kceley Min Vie
Brown Mrs Martha Tirson Mrs P L
Beniard Mrs II E Leavlt Miss Mabel
Brasher Kitty Martin Mrs
Burton Julia McllValne Mrs
Bu k Lawrem s M Clarence
Cunningham Mrs Mclntlre Mrs
Wm H Annie
Colburn Mrs W B McCullen Mrs S
( Ulinlngham Mrs Morrison Miss
Anna Murphy Mrs J H
Oramor Miss Kita Nellie
Clark Mr Eva (2) Monroe Miss Ethel
Caldwell Robert Moses Mrs Delia
Dupont Mrs Annie Madlgan Mrs Lottie
Donald Mrs David M.ik. r Miss Magona
1, M Marshall Mrfl Mary
D.an Miss Corsle Mark Mr- .1 V
Dunford Mrs Emil Matthews Mrs
1 ii inetmii ler Miss E Emma
Derla Miss Mary Norton Mrs M A
Davis Miss Ingry Ogle Mrs S L
Edwards Mrs Alda Phelps Mrs H
Kills Ml-s Russell Mrs E N
Eftlng Annie Rufener Llna
Fisher Mrs Robinson Lizzie.
t'oftir Mrs Augusta Rausch Kath
Erundsen Miss Ridley Mai y
Jenetta Redman Mrs Edwin
Fitzgerald Miss E LRttcheek Joe
Gunnell Miss Raleigh Mrs Frank
Dorothy Rams, v Amandu
Ornv Mips Alice Shrevc Miss Mlanle
Oorden Miss Fan- Sc. Ice Miss Jane
His (j) Bpafford Mrs
Griffin Mrs Frank Gertrude
Gray Mrs Joan Simmons Mrs C L
Oil berg Miss Jute SoUenberp Mi.s
GUfltaveon Miss F'lorenco A
.v, lima .stock Mrs Clare
Hooker J E Toohlll Mrs J
Hal.- Miss M'bel Timm Sadie
Hasetl Mies Oleta Taylor Mrs I F
Hallberg Sellma Thurman Mrs H ',
Hnrls Mrs Rose i2
Halton Miss Rose Vlckery Miss
Hall Mrs W J Worthen Miss
HendershOt Miss Emllno
Blani li Weggeland Mrs S M
Homes Miss Hazel Whitney Mr:. Nell
Haro Mrs Hanoa Walker Mrs Nelly
Hanson Miss Helen Wallace Mrs Mary
Hansen Mrs J. H- (3) J
Hi t ring Lucy
Lewis W J (21 Wilson T T..i -son
Taylor Rev Jas Wood Mr I'. R
Calder Park Statiou.
Irnold Wm Klder Jno
Basset t Pioi E K Millard M A (2)
Hansen Mr end Martin Mrs Prank
Mrs Chas Sadies Mr and Mrs
Starr C A Smith Harriet
Apoltopuleon An- Lusnilc W W
dron Mitchell W T
Anderson G A NMIson Mrs En: ma
Anderson Clas Plrtzpy Kmll
Boblc Btevan Pjcv. r..ma
Burt James Fetch Joz. f
B Lrkoi i" )i Matt Rudeiic Rozo
. idea i oeef R iner R
Dillon Thoi Slmmonac Martin
Gatmon Daailel Blade Herbert A
Howard Matt ombaurer u B
Jones J.is Voorhea Mrs J
Kepar Ivan VuklC Jakow
Kallary Lima Wright Jno A
Wiiu; Mrs Martha AVIIIIams Jos E
Luka Antonio Larson Jno
Boeglc F Jr Mott J H
r.nt. h. r Cha Olsen O
Calvy Wm Rwjfn B W
Daynea J Fred 5udJn0A A
Eorste, Matt RU bar. son A B
i ftj lefueno has Randall H P
Gr hen I larl n-.p.-r ;. D
Hopkins Jno S1',11. , T
Hamilton A Schmidt J J J
TaKe a Dr. Miles'
Anti-Pain Pill, and
the Pain will dis
Not by paralylng the nerves arid
glands, like opium, morphine, cocaine,
and other dangerous drugs, but by in
creasing tho natural secretions.
This action is obtained as a result of
modern discoveries In medicine, making
It possible to relieve pain without bad
Tou can safely depend upon Dr. Miles'
Antl-Paln Pills to relieve, and cure such
pains as Neuralgia, Headache, Stomach
ache. Menstrual Pains, Rheumatism.
Backache. Toothache, etc.
They w'.ll also, by their calming act
Ion on the nerves almost Instantly re
lieve such distressing feelings as Du
llness Car-Sickness. Indigestion, Irri
tability, Sleeplessncrs, Nervousness, etc.
Not merely do they relieve, but they
also absolutely cure, because by perso
verlne ln their use. you do away with
Dr. Miles Antl-Paln Pills aro guar
anteed that first package v. Ill benofit. or
your money back. Never 6old in bulk.
1 am thankful for tho good Dr.
Miles' ARtl-l'ain Pills ha.e. V:d a"a
doing me Ever since the war I have
had sp'.lls of severe throbbing he.id
ccho, caused, by catarrh, until six vears
ago, I began taking Antl-Paln. I'llls
the only remedy that e.er gave
me relief. Since, then I have not had
one hard attack, because I take a Pill
S ?, 1 J.V?-vor.cornoa t,,e difficulty. ' GEO.
SAilSDERS, Greensburg, Ind.
"FRTIT! 3yrl, t0 us for rr Trial
t 7 iHS? Packa of Or. Muss' Antl
PainPlllaj tho New Scicntltio RcmeJy
for Pain. Also Symptom Blank. Our I
Specialist will dlugnose. your cte, tell
you what is wrong, and how to right It,
froA, DR. MILES MEDICAL COJ
LAdr ORATORIES, SLKHARI, IND.
Heldel A Seaman Geo
Handle) Wm Skinner E .T
Hughes W A Swanson Fred Sr
Johnson J Stayner Chas
Johnson Wm Tletjen H C
Judge Jno Templeton Bakerv
Magnet P C Vaulta Wm
Mcl.eary Wm 1 1 Hams Thos P
Ladies Station A.
Anderson Alice Merrill Mrs Harrv
sk Miss M D Peterson Mrs B
Bennett Mrs Etta Peterson Mrs
H hub Mrs D J Boineeda
Greenwood Mrs E BSaxton Mrs Fteglna
Hancock Mrs Joe Shoemaker Mrs E L
Hardier Miss Dlnl Smith Mrs Anna
Mnnteli Mrs r;eo Tracy Mrs Mattie
M.I.eod Miss Helen Voelker Mrs Lulu
Mackla Mrs Washington Mrs E
A L, THOMAS. P M
Via Oregon Short Lino
December 23. 24, 25 and 31. and Januarj
1. Final llrr.lt January 3. Ask agents
Special auction sale of diamond set
jewelry, consisting of brooches", lock
els, ringe. sleeve button?, pins, watch
cases, charm, studn, earrlnga, etc ,
Saturday, December 31. at 2:80 p. in. All
to go regardless of original cost. W.
W Hall's monster auction eale, 227 S.
Main street, below Kenyon
Bad Tenants Evicted
And rent collected. Merchants' Pro
tective Association. Francis O. Luke
General Manager. Top Floor Commer
TWO CROOKS CAUGHT.
Members of Gang Implicated in
Series of International Forgeries.
LONDON. Dec. 30. The police today
arrested two Important members of an
international gang which for two or
three yearR Is alleged to have been con
ducting extensive forgeries In five
pound Bank of England notes. Large
quantities of the notes. It 1b said, have
been circulated ln America and on the
One of the men arrested Is an en
graver. He is charged with being the
manufacturer of the notes. The police
are shadowing a number of foreigners
who are believed to bo In London, with
the object of obtaining fresh supplies
of tho counterfeits.
RIGHTS ARE RECOGNIZED.
Joint Stock Companies in England or
Russia Have Legal Existence.
ST. PETERSBURG, Dec. 30-An agree
ment has been signed between Sir Charies
Hardlnge. the British Embassador, and
Foreign Minister Lamsdorff precisely
similar to the American-Russian agree
ment of last summer whereby Joint Stock
and other companies domiciled In either
country ore rerognlzed as having a legal
existence In the other country and are
permitted either to bring or defend ac
tions In the law courts.
Fresh ground bone nt Vogelers seed
Coke and Wood for Smelter.
Special to The Tribune
WBISER, Ida., Dec. 30.-' w Jones "f
Landore, In the Seven Devils mining dis
trict, is in the city to cios.- a contract
with the Ladd MetSU company for the de
livery of lWXi tons of coke and 1000 lords
of wood to their copper smelter at ban
dore and freight OUl l"""1 tons of bullion.
A new blast furnace of sixty tons per day
capacity has been erected and tho plant
isill be "rea.lv for operation I" two weeks
A gas furnace was experimented wdth
last summer, but was a failure The com
PSA has several thousands tons of ore
In the pins awaiting treatment
I r I Positively enred by
rADTCDO these Little Pills.
if f 1 1 1 w TUy rcuve Dla-
pajEBja tr 3 1 frotn Dyspepsia, In-
HI ITTLE digestion and Too Hearty
?j I W S r Eating. A perfect reca
ll w Ha fa edy for Dlizlncss, Nausea,
H OI II Drow-slneas, Bad Taste
El mm " In tho XIontQ. Coated
p g Tontrue. Pain In the Side.
ItoHHID LIVER. Thcj
regulate tbe Bowels. Purely Vegelablo.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
55 cure sick EaBaSHS
BBiTTtE Genuine Musi Bear
TlVER Fac-Simile Signature
PITTS AND I
( Remedies have been the cause
of a great many people not suf- 9
v fering- with heavy colds.
Protect yourself by placing a v
X bottle in your home. J1
r Welcome, Step in, All Cars W
S Start From
Godbe-Pitts Drug 1
! Store I
S Both 'Phones, No. 140. $
8 -j- -j- . ffsf 2vH?K-T-
Forced Sale ! j
; j We must raise JlC.OOd on our stock
j J of Watches, Clocks. Jewelry and!
! j Silverware.
I Prices smashed to pieces.
We are selling 1817 Rogers Brcs. fi
Knives and Forks
$3.25 Per Set.
JNO. DAYNES & SONS
36 Main St.
Don't Have Headache i
TAKE TDK. RED STAR HEAD- I
ACHE POWDER when the symp-
toms of headache appear, and no I
headache will come. If the pain I
does get start:-. 1 take at once and 9
the pjim v.lll soon be cone This 1
remedy Is no experiment and has i
flven thorough satisfaction It Is I
pleasant to take and If It does fall j
we are ready to refund the money. I
I CORNER STATE AND SECOND I
SOUTH STS BOTH 'PHONES 552. H
I Bad Teeth j
SPOIL A GOOD DINNER,
M Have your dental work at
I tended to before the holidays.
Dr. West, Dentist j
261 Main Sign of "Dldn't-Hurt- I
j a-Blt Boy."
J W. CURRIE,
y 70 W. 3rd South,-Salt Lake City y
like good money, speaks for Itself N'e- -etiheers,
our faucets, pipes sinks, el
have asked us to say a few words In their
behalf We have been tieing them for
many voars ln our
ami know they are all right Warranted
to wenr well and give satisfaction If v1
would enjoy life von must engage the ser
vices of Dr Diet. Dr. Quiet and Dr Mer
ryman and let us attend to your plumb
Ing, heating, etc.
I. M. HIGLEY & CO.,
Electric Wiring and Fixtures.
KO E. 1st So . Ind. 'phone. TC; Bell, 2i:S-X.
I It's a poor man, in- I
deed, who doesn't
carry a Lcyson
watch. 'Phone 65
for the correct time
eVaXT LAKE. CJTY.
I CHRISTMAS TIME
Is a season of special rejoicing and H
for presenting and receiving gifts.
Nothing could be more pleasing to B
parents or Krundparents than a pair H
of OUR FINE SPECIAL MADE
C.I SSES WITH OUR GUAR AN- B
TEE Eyes tested free Come In B
and let us talk together .about your I
DEFECTIVE EYESIGHT COR- I
'Phono 17G3-K 73 W 1st So. I
Scoff's Santal-Pepsln Capsules
S. POSITIVE CURE
srlnflamniBtloD orOetsirh of
,e Blndricr&Dd Dtoaajed KM
17a HO OtTHB HO PAT Curei
ilckly and permanently th'
orat rr.'fi of Gonorrhof:
id film, Domittrof bou
Dg xtaodlDR, Abaolntol
irmlaa. Sold by dragglat
rloo fl.OO, or by mill, rai
Jd, (1.00,3 boaea, (2.75.
F. J. HILL DRUG CO.. Salt Lake City.
C. W. HIGGINS, M. D. j
V &kJjS.Cl'ii U Microscopic and Anciytlc Physician. !
9 hUmC)Uh7 CURES Fits Nervous Weakness Neu- i
0JiW7 ralgla. Varicocele, Weak Spine, Bilious-
nene. Gravel. Sore Eyes, Lung Diseases,
BT Tupe Worm. Dyspepsia, Liver and Kid- : 1
JT ny Complaint, Deafness. Catarrh Ery- ; 1
IV:-Vr--f Slpelas Old 3ore. Scrofula Rheumatism.
SMlaWl SMfT Jr,ln'9- Piles In their worst form i
IW?iiWH J Those afnicted with Epilepry or Fits can
KWwWvbr. lv. b Prmanentw cured
BBsnJ LrV. y thc al1 ' tne Microscope we can de-
t.,;',) 3 " .'. a i' Jt .r. eroua Matter Carbonate I
w tnwl of .' Itnc, Albumen, and nil extraneous I
tCjy Jl substances mixed with tho Urlno or
dTmrntf ucJ5r Blood This lo the aclentiflo principle of S
'P'PSr L troatJng Chronic Dlseasee.
vp. yL Gan bo found at his office. St. Elmo Ho- j
'llflfk ' 1 tc'' frorr) 10 a m. to 4 p. m. Rooms 17, IS
V THB KNOWXiHDOE OF DISEASE IS i
3aV HALF ITS CURE. j
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. t !s', KKOW THYSELF.
This is Our New Year's I
I Resolution I
DURING 100H THERE SHALL BE NO OTHER
I SERVICE BETWEEN SALT LAKE CITY
AND CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS QUITE SO
SATISFACTORY AS BURLINGTON SER
Keep this In mind and whenever you ,
aie readr to go Eat ask me to produce
79 W SECND S0UTH ST '
The State Bank of Utah
Corner Main and South Temple Ste.,
Salt Lake City.
JOSEPH V SMITH. President
WILLIAM B PRESTON. Vice-President
CHARLES S MCUTON. Cashier
HENRY T M' E WAN, Asst. Cashier.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited. Special attention to
country trade. Correspondence Invited.
J E COSGRIFF. E W. WILSON,
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
Commercial National Bank
An Exponent of Conservatism Combined
J J Daly. W P Noblo. Vice-presidents
A H PEAEODY. Asst Cashier
WELLS, FARGO & CO. BANK
8alt Lake City Utah.
Tho Oldest and Strongest Bank ln Utah
Capital .. ,
Transacts a general banking business,
domestic and foreign
Direct connections with banks In all
principal cities of the world
Praft- ) on all
Letters of Credit, I prominent
Telegraphic Transfers cities.
Deposits received subject to check
M L. MILLER Cashier.
- '-i-juiiv. wast. aahJor.
I ESTABLISHED 1S41. 150 OFFICES
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
' G. DUN & CO.,
The Mercantile Agency.
GEORGE RUST, General Manager,
Utah, Idaho and Wyoming
Office" ln Progrepa bldg.. Salt Lake City.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID, 1300.000 00.
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
Established 1859 Incorporated 1903.
Transact a General Banking Business.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
J-ESEB.ET NATIONAL BANK,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lake City. Utah.
Capital, 3500,000 Surplus, 5250,000
L. S HILLS. MOSES THATCHER.
H. S YOUNG. E S. HILLS,
Cashier Asst Cashier.
Safe deposit boxes for rent.
NATIONAL BANK OF
U. S DEPOSITARY
FRANK KNOX President
JAMES A MURRAY ... Vice-President
W F ADAMS Cashier
CAPITAL PAID IN. KWO.000.
BRnklng ln all Its branches transacted
Exchange drawn on the principal cities
j INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
JiyjcCORNICK & CO.,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
a A Delightful Place to Visit. I
J A Profitable Place to Live.
fl Groatest Play Ground on Earth
H Famous Places Which Everyone H
a Wants to See
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Mountains, Valleys, Riven. LaJes I
and Ocean Reached by tho
For descrlptlvo and IIIUStratlTS H I
llt'-raturo call at No. 281 Main M
Street Sab Lake Cltv.
I R 1 It AY General Agent
Th Lagoon Road
Salt Lake S: Ogden Railway.
Time Table in Effect Sept. 6, 1904.
LEAVE SALT LAKE, 6:30 and 9 a. m
8 3m and 6 3'J p m
LEAVE PARMINGTON AND LA
GOON. 7:30 and 10 a. m . 1 30 and 6 Su p. m
Extra trains at 11 a. m. and 1 3u p, ru.
on Sundays and holidays
A D PIERSON, Gen'l Pass. Agt
J. B. BEAN. Excursion Agt
OFFICE, 161 MAIN ST.
I 61, 63, 65 Main Street.
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Nelden-Judsoa Drug Co.
CIGARS A SPECIALTY.
POSTOFFICE BOX 370.
Edw C Smith President
ji.hn P Cobb Vice-President and
p j, p.-.iii Secretary
H. A. Knowles, Treasurer
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DEPART. I I
From Oregon Short Line depot. Salt T llna I
Tot Provo. Lenl, Fairfield
and Nophl. Mantl and I
points on Sanpete Valley I
Ry 8rOOa.m- 1 B
For Garfield Bach. Tooele. I
Stockton. Mummoth. Eu- ( I
reka and Silver City 7'A5 e.rtL.
For Provo. American Fork, I
Lehl. Juab. Mllford, Frisco. ) I
Cullentes and Intermediate 1
points 6r05p.m. 1
From Provo, Ameilcan Fork.
Lchl, Juab. Mllford, Frisco.
Oallentfs and intermediate
points 9:45 a.m. j
iFrom Provo. Lchl Fairfield. j H
Mercur and Sanpete Valloy 1 '
R; points 5 :35 p.m. I
From 811vr City, Mammoth.
Eureka, Stockton. Tooolo
and Garfield Beach 5:85 p.m.
Dally Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Ser
vice between Salt Lake, Mllford, Modena j
and Callntes. i
Direct ataRe connections for all mining
district ln southern Utah and Nevada
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Street
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Gen'l Pasir Agt Dint Pass. Agt
The Way of the Woriq '
Is Via tho
THE DIRECT LINE"
FROM UTAH TO
(Kansas City, St. Joe, Chicago. Galvs-1
ton. El Paso, also to mining camps and
nealth resorts of Now Mexico and Axi-J
3-TRAINS DAILY 3
For Passenger and Freight rates 1
froo literature and all other Information)
C F. WARREN, General Agent I
The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fti Rall-I
way Co., Salt Lake City, Utah,
From Ogden. Portland. I
Butte, San Francisco. Chl
camo. St Louis. Omaha,
and Denver 8:40 am.
From Oirden and Intermeoi- 1
ate points ,. 9:20 a.m. j
From Ogd?n. Cache Valloy,
and lntermedloto points.... 11:55 a.m,
From Ojrden. Chicago. St
Louis. Kansas City. Oma
ha, Denver and San Fran
clBco 4:45 p.m.1
Prom Oirden. Cache Valloy.
St Anthony, Portland and
San Francisco 7:40 p.m,
for Ogden. Omaha. Chicago.
Denver. Kansas City and
Bt Louis . 7:00 a.m.
For Offden, Portland, St An
thony, San Francisco and
Intermediate points 10:20 a.m
For Ogden, Omnha. ChicaKO.
Denver. Kansas City. St
Louis and San FTancl9co.. 1:10 p.nv
Eor Ogden. Cache Valley,
Denver Kansas Cltv, Oma
hs, 6t Louis and Chicago . 5:45 p.in
For Ogden. Cacno Valley,
Rutte. Helena, Portland.
San Franoiaco and latorme-
dlato points 11:45 p.nv
T M SCHUMACHER. Traffto Mgr.
D. E BURLEY. O P. St T. A.
D 8 SPENCER. A. G P. A T. A.
City Ticket office, CCTl Main street
In Eh'ct October 9, 1904.
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY.
! 10 For Heber. Provo and
MaryavsJo I t? a. ssJ
I iVo. 1U2 For Park City 6:15 a. mJ
I i0 6 For DeDver ;;nd Ett t JO a, m.1
Jfo. 6 For Ogden and West. 10 60 S tBJ
o. 1 For Ogden and West ... 14 p. m
No. 2 For Denver and East :16 p. m i
No 8 For Provo und Eureka. . 5:00 p ra
1 No 11 For (igden and local pto. 6.06 p. m.
( o 4 For Denver and East 6 06 p. xn.
No. 5 For Ogden and West ...11:40 p m.
No. 112-For Bingham 1.10 a. m.! B
No. 114 For Bingham .O0 p. m.l
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITT.
No S From Ogden and the East 8.4 a m.'
No U From Ogdsn and local
1 olnta 10: a. xn.
,No 7 From Eureka and Provo 10. 00 a. BA
No. 6 From Denver and East. .10:40 a. m.
;No. 1 From Denver und East.. 1:S6 p. m
No. From OKden and West.. 8 06 p. m.
'No. 101 From Park City 6:16 p. m
No 9 From Heber, Provo and
Marysvale 00 p. id.
No 4 From Ogden and the WT est 7:65 p. m.
No 3 From Denver and East,. .11. 30 p. m.
No. 113 From Bingham 10 60 a. m.
No, 115 From Blnghnm 6 40 p. m.
All trains except Nos. 1 to 8 stop at In
Ticket office. Dooly block.
I A. BENTON, G. A. P. D
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LINE)
TO ST. LOUIS.
Through car. Salt Lake City to Sti
Loul and Kansas City. Only ono change!
to New York. Buffalo and principal point
East low rates for summer travel.
Especial attontlon to ladies and chlU
Tourist sleepers through to Chlcago,i MM
Beaton r.no other points without changa ;
Two trains dally. j
Inquire at ticket ofllce: 103 Dooly block,1
Suit Lako City Anv Information cheerJ
fullv given. H. C TOWNSEND,
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