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1 Hh SA! T LAkb" TRIBUNE, MONDAY MORMlNG, INUVbMBbK 25. 1912. .
3ff DRIVERS IN
i?,w of Board of Arbilra
increases the Men at
,NDS SCALED DOWN
Takes the Welfare of
General Public Into
VBjlKGTON". Xov. 21. An award
JRoniidcrcd a partial victory for
"'$Bk)0 locomotive ensineers in their
fijpwy, lie-in Inst January, -with
I fojB)--tffo raihv:iys operating in tho
v i-nst of Chicago and north of
'Kand (. inciuiial.i, was announced
SflHfeJ' by il'o board of arbitration
'jvcstialcd the question at is
i'Hii' award", v.hioh dales buck to
tai)tnnd will stand for one year,
hhc most important American
misputo submitted to arbitration
'EtfcBc anthracito ronl striko in 1002.
report tho board suggests the
IEof federal and stato wago eoin
ifKg ffhieh &hall exorcise functions
IIK; labor, engaged upon public
analogous lo those exercised
il WCR17 cul'ital by tbo public
I gummifegioiis already iu cxis-
Jjwey Dissents. J
gtcproscntntn o of tho cnuinecrs
'Board, P. II. MorriFscy. dissented
.. Kis siicROition, Avhich, ho said, in
itfljRtt virtually jneant. compulsory
""Biou and wis Wholly inipractica-
jflfflKrinR aro the more important of
"Bill's awards and tho requests of
2jReeiicer sen ice a minimum wigo
""BntCiT of $- 2.1 for 100 miles or
ajSdnu overtime rate of 0 cents
tjp gBr.Tt'Uli an a ernqo speed of twou
;MdVf lcr hour. The engineers asked
JJBid $1 GO per day of 100 inilos.
overtime rate of 70 coiits- per
7w.B(f five hours.
pBgh Freight Service.
Rroiigh fic'ght service, a mini--bs
grunted of $1.75 per day of
iBk3 or )c;s with overtime- pro
"pjjjBkr ten hours. The engineers
J-Sil rates of o.2y, ?j5.;"0 and ."rn.u
p of 10U miles and $7 for Mai-
Svl freight service, 25 cents ad
Hfo Iho through freight rates
HKtcd. This met the full request
IJJBiiuocr.s. In switching service,
EttwMBi of $1.1 0 per day of ten hours
HHSrns granted. The engineers
BljiO per day of ten hours in
9lis" sen KC au' 0r )e 0rv"
fjMuitling' raios higher than the
Kj;rantccl b t he board are eou-
Mfcanl points out that a railroad
IK'thc greal centers of IhcUnit
HH can no longer be considered
SjHpcr which primarily a fleet s the
FKopcrators and employers. While
Bffrct them seriously, the public
B?e dccjdv interested.
llB. Nob., No . '.'I- Ton firemen
'JHiMi an earlv morning flro at the
AiHfrtclduc; company's hog-lcllllnfr
VJHi South Omaha, Itu1 a narrow
Hcn thov were caught by a fall
IPJK Flvo of I hem received serious
UfKHinl one may ho fatally nurt.
VHiobl loi-rf of'ilt SlOO.non.
fHhri flames presumably wcro mi-nlB"'-
a four-storv lire wall fell.
IKtlie squad of firemen, .la cob
iBfirr captain. sustained a frae
,B)1I ami inav nl live.
IHcti wr-iv taken to hospitals and
'Vccjcnhlo to i:o to tlK'lr homes. A
5ljBni which foil near t lie men
Bt piDlcUvc arch against the
BKell tlirouIi which the men were
MH( jButer a Denial.
XjBOIlR nml .lohn Norland cr. who
flBiliMI iicfore .lust ice of the T'tiacc
iljKarrlH Saturday on a charge of
KdRiilcd tlx- report to the of feet
rB' were Hfcufd of ha.vinrj al
MB.ronian. They assert that they
HroCil with having attacked a
Jubilee Mectingin (he Met
ropolitan Opera Mouse in
''City of Brotherly Love."
PHILAMhXPHTA, I'n., jcov. With
l)OWt:d heads and led in prayer hv Bishop
Khinclandm- of the Protestant Episcopal
uim.cfco oi Pennsylvania, more than r.no
delegates to lhc Xnllonal Woman Suf
rnisc convention today save thanks to
the Almighty for their recent victory in
Kansas. Michigan and Oregon.
nJ. iYrf1" h?,d ,in t,,c Metropolitan
nhonsan.Ls who wore unable to sialn
a mlitanco att.uulcd overflow jnccUnss
ad(he?scd by prominent KiMfrajrims.'
mill "l llV , ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 l'tl J I , Chief ,if (he ffd-
oial childicn'a bureau. Wa.shincton. ad
drosslns tho Jubilee meotiiiE. ald-
'My purpose la lo show (hat woman
fuffrnS'i is a natural and ino)tablo .step
In the. inarch of society forward; that in
?' of,.b?,Uf; l",,nipatlblc. with child
welfare, it loads toward il and is indeed
io next reat .service lo bo rendered for
tho eniiohlem.'nt of the home.
Not the Final Word.
".Suffrage for women lu not the final
word in human freedom, but. it Is the
next step in I he onwa rd march of equaliz
ing tho rights and balancing- the dutl.-s
? V LV' tvpCM of Individuals who malte
up the hiitnau race.
n,"T,.l,M ,,.,as.bcen cal,cd century of
tho chlhl. Wo may well hcliovo that tin
coming- century will a new sense of
justice toward (ho child, a new slnnd
aivl raised for his welfare. The century
of tho woman hits made possible the cen
tury of tlio child."
o'H .'pak'ns- on the 'Communion or tin;
Ballot.' Miss .Inno Addams of Chicago
charged that the self-sccklng pollticinn
was usually tho first to win the grati
tude of immigrants who come to this
country "not for tho city which they in
tend making their home, not Lor America,
hut for tho politician himself."
Problem of Today.
Among the problems of today, said tho
Sfpcalfor, are the management of plav
grounds and dance halls for young- tier
sous, bin: maintained that women should
tiilio a hand tin those affairs and pro
vide clean and moral places of amuso
ment. Dr. W. R 15. DuBois. who spoke on
I he negro race, said tho two great move
ments toward democracy arc Die oncn
that would break down the political dis
abilities of women and the one that re
fuses to recognise mere racial differences
as a sufficient reason for political dis
franchisement. "I am not here." he said, "to ask that
the woman's suffrage movement specific
ally fight for the cause of negro suffrage,
hut to insist that it fight for all women,
rich and poor, black and white."
SAY KIND WORDS
A rem on' al Services TIeld iu Honor
of Hie Late Vice Prcsiclcit '
ol." United States.
XCW YORK, Xov. 21. Eloquent trib
utes to James Schoolcraft Sherman were
paid by President Taft in a. letter and
by United States Senator Koot, former
Senator Depcw and others in speeches at
the memorial exercises held at the Re
publican club today in honor of the late
vice president. Tn his letter, President
Taft said, iu part:
"It was my cood fortune to know Mr.
.Sherman in such an official relation that
our personal relations became close. Ho.
had a very extended acquaintance with
the government. J lis long term of serv
ice in the house of representatives gave
him an experience that mudc him an ex
cellent public servant.
"Mr. Sherman haled shams, believed in
regular party organization and was most
anxious to hold the good things estab
lished In the past rather than to surren
der them in a search for less certain
benefits to be derived from radical
changes in the future.
"It would he dlflicult to mention in
public life a man more universally loved
and who had closer and tenderer fi lends
than 31 r. Sherman, and, as might be ex
pected, his association with society at
large was a reflection of that beautiful
sunlight, and happy atmosphere that pre
vailed iu tho more intimate relations of
his family life."
Ross M, Bouny Candidate,
floss M. Bonny, the well-known young
Democratic lawyer, is an applicant for
the position of assistant United States
OHPIM3UM TIUOA'I'Urc Advanced
vaudeville. Performances every af
ternoon .and evening.
EM fit lSS T TI ISA T U R-Sulllvu n - Con
sldlno vaudeville. Matinee daily at
2::!0. Two evening performances,
7.30 and 'J:in. Bill changes Wednes
COI.ONIAI, TMEATEll William J.
Ivelly and company, all week In
"The Liars," with matlneo' Thurs
day and Saturday.
Oh what a tangled web we weave
V hen lust. wc practice to deceive.
'T'Jt'l.S senl iuicnl, -was forcibly bronchi
out at tho Colonial last iiihl by
William .1. Kelly, tho new lending man
of tho Colonial stock oompany and his
associate players in the am using com
edy, "The- I.iara' Mr. Kelly and his
loading woman, Miss Gcrtrndo Dallas,
were given a most. Haltering reception
and their opening performance was pre
senlud to a crowded houso, perhaps the
largest .Sunday night nndionco over seen
in t.ho Colouia.1. The body of Iho house
and the boxes were all filled and tho
new rtar, supported by Miss Dallas and
Iho old Colonial favorites, was given
enthusiastic appreciation. At tho end of
the tirst act, a horscshoo, made of pink
and white carnations, with a greeting
from tho jamb's club, tho fatuous ac
toih' organization of Xovr York, was
presented to Mr. Kolky, and Miss Dallas
and Miss Kirk ivcro given bouquets of
roses and chrysautboinunfs. Mr. Kelly
mado a graceful curtain speech at tho
close of the third act, expressing his ap
preciation of his welcome and his grafr
ilicatiun to bo iu fcialt Lake. Ho paid
a tribute to tho wariu-hcartcducHS of
western, nudicuccs and their responsive
ness to an actor's clforts.
Mr. Kelly in the role of peacemaker In
the complications in which his friends
become Involved by wholesale lying,
growing out of one small prevarication,
has an opportunity -to show his ability
as an actor and the part Is especially
well suited to his pleasing, optimistic por
ooiiallty. While the play is a comedy,
some serious situations arise that give
the promise of tragedy Ir they arc not
checked, and It is In this checking process
that Colonel Sir Christopher Deering im
personated by Mr. Kelly shines. "When
trouble looms In the horizon Sir Christo
pher comes to the front with whole
h curled sympathy and sensible advice
and the situation is always relieved of
too much tenseness by a transition Into
some comic side issue. In these quick
transitions Mr. Kelly shows ills versa
tility which marks him as the eminently
successful stock actor.
Miss Dallas as Lady Jessica Xepean,
whose indiscretion in a flirtation and de
ceiving her husband furnish the thread
of the story, does some clever work.
Miss Pallas is a graceful, finished act
ress and promises to be popular In Salt
Lake. K. Koirest Taylor as Edward
Falkner, the man in the ca3c where Lady
Icsslea is concerned. Is received with
much enthuslusm and does plover work.
Seriously In love with Lady Jessica, his
role Is a passionnte and rather a heart-
breaking one, especially In the end. where
he Is led to respond to the call of duty
rather lhan his dlshonorablo love, and
Mr. Taylor rises to the requirements of
the part In an excellent way J. Frank
Uurke as the stern and wronged husband.
Gilbert Ncpcnn, is. as usual, conscientious
find successful In the Impersonation, as
Is Arthur Morris Mann as George No
pean'B brother. Itlchard Vivian as Fred
die Tatten. the hon-pecked liusband. Is
amusing. Miss Luc'ilo Culver makes an
excellent Lady Itosamund Tatten. Fred
die's petticoat ruler. The role of Dolly
Coke is acceptably assumed by Miss Uosa
lloma. Earl D. Dwlre is clever as Archi
bald Coke, Dolly's husband. Miss Kan
rhon Evcrhait docs some good work as
.Mrs. Crcspln, the proverbial mischief
maker. Miss lone Kirk Is dainty and
pleasing in the role of Beatrice Kvonioe.
the "exceptional" woman to Sir Christo
pher. Miss Ituth I.cchler plays the
quiet, discreet Ferris, maid to Lady Jes
sica. In a perfect way.
The play Is well staged and promises
lo bo given to large houses during Iho
week. The Thanksgiving matinee, will
be especially featured ami a liberal pat
ronage is forecast for that and also the
Naturally enough tho engagement of
Willard Mack and Marjorle flambeau Is
the center of attraction at the Orphtum
this week. Undoubtedly this would be
true even If the two erstwhile stars of
stock mereH- appeared before their
admirers and made brief curtain talks.
That, they will prove a big drawing- card
goes without saying, and ycl the playlet
written ami staged by Mr. Mack Is not
compounded of those elements that make
for fliieee.SM on the vaudeville stage. It Is
entitled "Kick-In" and Is "a one-act story
of the underworld "
Mr. Mack enacts the role of the
"Count." a reformed crook, who has been
living honestly for two years when the
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Arnold Bennetts 1
9' Pcmjy comes back 1
1 m Bennett's newest I
4 novel of statute
m Decembtf American II
m -Magazine ,. . I
U Exactiytbcw$wsw I
Js lio.'ilthL'ul and stimulating.
Are Always Good
Ask your grocer.
?JiM$E eon pons Tor HOCiTSRS'
line silverware in EVERY PACKAGE.
action of the play commences. As the!
curtain rises a bed in an upstairs room
of a cheap boarding house Is disclosed. A
screen hides a. part of the bed so Ihul the
rudlenuh cannot see the occupant. The
preliminary monologue, however, ac
qualnlJi the audience with the f.iet that
the "Count's" wife is sick and that she
is wailing anxiously for her husband's
return. As she tosses from side lo side
In the bed she overturns the screen and
tho nudivnc.mool( upon the face of Mar
At this point the "Count" enters, evi
dently agitated and with a dark frown
mantling his more or less manly brow.
He informs his wife that "lied.' his old
pal. "who did (he job" with him at Mll
for.I. has been caught by tho police and
Is liable to confess. The "Count" fears
that "Chick" Fogarty. who has been
blackmailing him, making him "kick In."
as the vcrnaeulur goes, will use the ar
rest of "lied" to force more moucv from
him -money that hi sorely needed for food
and for tho sick wife.
Mrs. Ollligaii, who runs the boarding
house, Is .Lillian Burnett, mother of Miss
Uainbeau, and she appears apparently Tor
the solo purpose of adding a comedy
ouch and ushering In "Chick" Fognrly.
I he blackmailing detective. Fogarlv Is
roundly denounced by the sick wife Iu
her ircuzy at the thought that her hus
band Is lo be taken from her and place1
In prison and then, too, she is thinking
oi the child that- is to be. Fogartv
swears vengeance. He will hale the
Count" away to Jail at mice. Mean
time the "Count, " Infuriated at Fogar
ty s conduct toward tho side wife, fran
tically declares that he wll not bo ar
rested. There Is a fierce struggle In
which Iho detective manages to affix the
handcuffs and make the "Count"' a pris
oner. Ths Is all very well. Jt affords some
of the necessary thrills, but so far the
P ay has arrived nowhere. In the strug
gle a table Is overturned ami articles of
apparel are cast upon the iloor. After
smipplne the handcuffs on the count's
wrist the detective who has been de
scribed as considerably worse in the
scale of humanity than Lieutenant Bcck
'' of Now York infamy sees tho babv
clothes on the floor, understands the
situation at once and undergoes a most
marvelous change4 of heart In an instant
kcks the handcuffs and tells the
'Count" he is a free man. As manv a
young lady has said In a momentous
crisis, "It Is so sudden "
fhe denouement Is reminiscent of a
scene in "Jimmy Valentine." but in that
Play the detective has been constantly
before tho audience and he has been a
pretty good fellow all the time. There
fore, when ho forgives and agrees to for
get, theio Is nothing unnatural -about it
Mr. Mack has won considerable credit
for himself in the writing of plays, and
It Is to be regretted that he has not
chosen a more convincing uienic for his
vandevlllo venture. On Thursday, however,-at
the matinee, he will present an
other llttlo drama entitled. "Plnv Cards."
It Is a story or the Canadian noith woods
and there will be special scenery and
One of the most attractive singing and
monologue acts presented at the or
pheum this season Is the arllslle creation
of a winsomo. young woman who Is desig
nated on the programme as "Mary Eliza
both, comedienne." All of her songs and
stories arc new and every one of them
makes a hit 11 or manner Is graceful
and charming, as is befitting in an a t
that is at once refined and ilcllghtfullv
The children Ibis week will enjoy the
"Animated Toyshop." It Is a great idea.
The scenery Is painted to represent a vast
toyshop with all kinds of wonderful tov
creations crowding- the shelves and aisles.
On the stage ilself. which Is supposed to
be a corner of Ihe shop, are hobbv horses
on rockers. The rockers are merely wood
anil at flrsl the "horses" seem to be. but
tme by one they jump from the rockers
and turn out to be handsome Shetland
ponies. The entire act Is taken up with
the "toy" stunls of ponies and dogs.
Ponies and logs are the toys of Cod.
and the most marvelous toyuiakor -who
ever lived on this globe could not make
such toys as these.
Mile. Domlua Marlnl and Marcel llroskl
arc I lie star dancers in an elaborate clas
sical ballot which met with much favor.
The dancing ij uf Ihe poetic- and sym
bolistic; order that has come into "this
country from , Russia and other Euro
pean countries within the last few years.
Lockhart and Leddy appear In an ac
robatic act. One of the leant is Jnsl an
acrobat. The other Is a comedian who
seems to be alwna on the point ol break
ing a le;r or an arm or oven his nc k.
He evoked many laughs by his odd fulls
Charles Olcolt is a comedian who chat
ters pleasantly and presents a clever
liavesly on comic opera with the aid of a
An act in which local talent shines earn
ed much approval. The Clarke sister."
are fhrec. One of them Is only sl or
seven years of age and it Is she who yets
the act across the footlights. She is a
dainty ragtlmo comedienne and has all
the poise of a star of the first magni
tude. T!i fnllonlnc theattr nntlcn r rnirX!
"tdTMllnement" In orrtJT to comply nlth
itrlct InlerprrUtlou or new federal nei i
pipfr liv. Iu do itDfo ire ibir mid ail- '
rtUmiit. ThfY ro Itemii fnmlilia.1 br
lh preis r-xuuts of lb Tirlous (hitler.
That Ihe bill at the Empress this week
Is a pleasing one. and thai Iheater-goers
are Interested especially In tho double
hcudllncr. "The Pool Room," a thorough
ly IntereutiiiL' dramatic playlet presented
b Charles Wlldisch and company and
Edward Dorking, the survivor of the Ti
tanic disaster, who Is giving In detail the
harrowing incidents ami scenes of the
last moments on board the vessel, was
evidenced last night when many were at.
the Empress and sought ndmUl.ince, but
were unable to obtain f-cats.
One of the greatest of the celebrated
"101" Mlfion two-reel pictures ever pro
duced is on for today at the M hesy.
Thrilling battle scenes between the sol
diers and pioneers on one side and
hordes of Indians, with their Indian
ponies, make a stirring picture.
Elsie St. Leon, In the llllo role in
Frederic Thomjoon'f- massive niodiiellou
of "Polly of Ihe Oreus." with Us two
loads of Scenery and its troupe of trained
intimitis, acrobats, bareback rldei". suffi
cient In number lo cause oven some regu
lar lent shows lo sulfur by comparison,
takes possession of the Salt Lake llieuler,
opening with a Thanksgiving matinee for .
a half week's engagement. The sale of i
scats opens at the box office tomoirow.
PERFORM OPERATION I
ON NELSON TODAY
Charles Nelson, who has had a bullet
iu his head since Friday afternoon, when
ho attempted suicide, la still In a erlllcul
condition at SI- Mark's hospital. Tt was
reported from tho luifpltal lute last night
that an operation would be performed
today In an effort to save the man's life.
Nelson ha3 boon conaelous a part of tho
Baby Boy Arrives. j
Mr and Mrs. Greeley Snyder arc the I
pai'cnlu of new baby boy.
Mo Exception Sk
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Every Suit j&ra
I Every Dress llff 1 (W
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I in value. 1
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diamon'ds, regular $125 value for f B a
Spceial reductions on Diamond Set Cuff Buttons and
i .Stick Pins.
j We offer Diamonds of all sizes at very low prices. j
!" A-written guarantee with every sale.
Special inducements to early Xmas shoppers. j
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I Officii hour: 8:30 a. m. to 0 p. m. I
Sundays. 10 to 2. Phones 1125- I
TUl'I Jinanciul requirements nf
Urine, societies and indi- j
vidu.'ils aro liberally and
considerately cared for by .
this banking institution. F.llieieiilj i
prompt and courteous til f tuition. Ah- j
counts Mib.joc.t to check aro re- ,
spoetfully bolieitod. j
Over 80 per cent. j I
of the space in 0j ! H
Walker Bank ' I
Building 1 1 ! I
has been rented iif m ' H
to tenants of the s .l
highest class. JaMSt ,
Applications for the remaining space IH
may be made at the office of tho hiiilil-
ing, room S07. Telephone Wasatch ,5SSS.
Merchants should investigate
the Mercantile Arcade, where
they may obtain cheap rent in the
i swirl of greatest traffic "The
Hub of Business."
ALL THIS WEEK, M
1 Wra. J. Kelly i
12:1 And his company. Including S 'M
j GERTP.UDE DALLAS, In M VM
"The Liars" 1 '
$ lUalf--. Thursday and Saturday. FW
Ilcgular Popular T'rlces. nf!
"The Wltchlnji Hour." d 4 .
&f .f.s "
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE. ,
ALL THIS WEEK
m .Pallet Clnsslquc.
Mary Jillr.aheth. Charles Olcott.
Ixickha'rt & Lcddy. Clarko family.
Prices Matinee dally, 15c. 25c, 50c.
Nitrht, l'5c, 50c, "ioc.
S6th --?aclty Week 13th Crowned Mont
SULLIVAN. CON SI DINE I
Greater Advanced Vaudeville
"THE POOL ROOM,"
today UV Chan. Wllcllech.
7:,, "Titanic" Survivor.
"1 Scott and Wilson, Hyland
Bill and Farmer. McRae and
Levering, Link and Robin-
son, John Delmoro &. Co.
Keguiar SCO Mtlneo Dally - (
Empresa 20a 500 . I lip
P-lc 10a Pjrgut St
Today Only 5g.
"The Colonel's Ward" I
2000 foot in tvro reels.
Stupendous pioneer and military
production Hordes of Indians,
troops of soldiers Dramatic rcudi- ,
tious Tlirilling situations A hun- ,
I DENVER I HIO GRANDE I I
BACK EAST EXCURSIONS H
Oct. 1Uh. Limit Oct. 31aL ,
Oct. 10th. Limit Jan. 31st.
Nov. 23rd. 25th. Limit Jan. 31t.
Dec. 21st. 23rd. Limit Feb. 23th,
Denver, Colorado Springs $22.50
Omaha, Kansas City $40.00
San Francisco $40.00 IH
Lew rates to other eastern points on IH
cimo dates. Il
Stopovers. Diverse routes.
To all parts of tho viorld. B
101 Main St. Phone Wasatch 2528.
The Denver & Rio Grande IH
Etfcctlvo May 19, 1012.
Picvo. Muntl, jMarysvalc 5:00 a. 111. ,
Mldvalo and Bln.shani 7:15 a.m.
Denver. Chicago and Hast S:35 .1. ni.
Parle City S:20 a. ni.
Ogden and Intermediate polnla. 10:35 a. ni. (
Ogduii, Sanl'ranclMOO, Portland 1:10 p. ni. I ,
Ocrleii. .Sun Kranc)-uco. Portland. 2:lu p. m. . B
Mldvalo and Ulnham 2:1", p. rn. ' , H
Dcnvi-r, Clilcno ami Ka.st 5:20 p.m. t
Provo. Spilnv'lllf, Tlntic 4:50 p. in. t JM
Denver, Chlcogo and Kusl 7:00 d. m. M
Ogdou, Potlland and Seattle. . .11:10 p. m.
Opdn. San Fninclsco, Los
Ansctcs 3. lo a.m.
't'lullc, Sprlngvlllo, Piovo I0:')n. in. H
lilmrham and Mldvalc 10:00 11. m.
Douscr, Chk'tigo and l-:u.st i::Cfi p. m.
Ogdcn and lntcrmcdlutn jK-lnts. 2:10 p.m.
Denver, Chicago and Eual 2:30 i. m.
Ogden, ftm Fiain'lni o and Wcut J:55 p. m. B
.Park City and intcnni'dialu pj
polntu !:00 p, 111. 5
Tiliif-'lmni nml ,MI(lval i":30 p. in. B
Ptlvi. Miintt. Marv.ivalc G:.10 p. m.
Opdi'ii. Sail I'raiicisco, Portland 15:50 p. ni. VJ
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