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12 THE SALT LAKE TKfBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 191 3. ' ' j.'B
I Salt Lake Sunday
UIQ GRANDE BAPTIST CHURCH.
Second South near Ninth West street
Berton F. Bronson (777 West Second
South), minister; Frieda A. Dresael, mis
sionary; II. H. Hojmberg. Ulblo scliool
superintendent. Bible school at 10 a. m.
Special announcement to be made In
which children will be Interested, The
pastor being: on his vacation, Air. H. IT.
Holmberg will speak in the morning at
11:15 o'clock. Mr. H. D. Bitynes will
nddrosa the conspiration In the evening
at S. All welcome. i
LIBERTY PARK BAPTIST The Rev.
.7. H. Mitchell of the IUn M. E. clnirch.
will Hpeak in the l.loerty Park evangel
istic meeting, o:30-C;30. Meeting near
the hand stand. Stay to hear him.
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH, corner
of Lincoln and N'inth South streets W.
3. Stewart, pastor. Sunday serv
ices: Sunday school, 10:45 a. m.;
morning worship, 11:45 a. m.: preaching.
S p. m. Prayer meeting. Thursday. S
'iMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH, cor
ner of Fourth East and Second South
streets L. S. Bowerman, D. D., minister.
Sunday school at rJ'Av a. m.; Frank J.
Lucas, superintendent. Preaching serv
ice by the pastor at 11 it m. Subject.
"Visions at Lake Tahoe." Meetlnpr of
the Christian Endeavor society at 7:30
p. m.; prayer myelins: at 8 o'clock, Wed
BURLINGTON BAPTIST MISSION
Corner of Indiana and Navajo Btrects;
Jared V. Cody, minister. Sunday school
at 10:30 a. m., W. M, Sanderson, super
intendent. Preaching service at S p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday night at S
SWEDISH BAPTIST CHURCH. S23
South Sixth East street. John A. Llnd
berg. pastor. Sunday school at 10:30 a.
m. Preaching service at S p. m. Mid
week service, Thursday at S p. m. All
who understand the Swedish language
are cordially Invited.
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH, corner Second South and Sec
ond East Will A. Betts, D. D.. pastor..
Hi jWatch Our
181 P Dyspepsia
llirltt I& Constipation rsaj
1 liffl Biliousness
I jpE will surely "get you" if K
HIHl FT yon are careess and
tlwti 11 ueec the Stomach,
Warn " Liver and Bowels. Be :'
! fflm on guard, and at the pj
111 ii rs sn roue
m i ls!sffrs i
III ft Sfomasfe iilters 1
i ISS I tnes strengthens,
Wt eg invigorates the entire
if H system now
Wonderful Chinese Remedies
111 From Ihe Far East Given
11 and Suffering of
I j'lftffll en men or women each locality
jirfflj' will he given free a proof treatment of
jjffiij Lee K. Chin's Chinese Roots, Barks and
UgHE Herbs. This proof treatment, which la
InSu offered without one cent of cost, has
jffifl) been used in China for over four thou-
fiwfi sand years and has cured more men and
tlrSfa women than any known treatment now
P ai4 n existence. To prove wnat this won-
IffiffiM derful treatment will do, Chin is offer-
25U '"K a 'rce treatment so that the skepti-
SiORu cal may Bee and tne dulters ho con-
ll&W A. cured patient is a doctor's best
;Hp No matter how many other treatments
Iw&t, you have tried; no matter how many
w!m other doctors have failed; Lee K. Chin
f'vHl stands ready to prove to you at his own
expense that his remedies will do the
Vtafij work. Sit down NOW, fill In the
rfSgX coupon or tell him In your own words
ItrSi! JUKt now J'ou fee and from what you
ifiwW suffer most. He will then send you a
ffifTM-; treatment prepared to meet the requlre-
wink ments of your case, and which will con-
fflHlf vlnce you that you are not in the Incur-
fwsffi ab' state, but can and will be cured.
IWfla TIs treatment will be sent to you In a
SlSSi plain wrapper with the postage paid.
lE2il Don't put this matter off until tomor-
l?lm row Just because there Isn't paper or
uFaS pencil handy. Look one up now and
I fflfi "write immediately. This Is YOUR op-
ilwM port unity to get well. Don't wasto it.
' ffl IMflj I FREE COUPON
' til miK 740 Rapp Bldg,, San Francl&co.
Ill nf"uS Please send me a Proof Course of
w i IkffP' Treatment for my case, free and
; "ll IRs postpaid. Just as you promise.
f fl Wwm Name i...
ll Address v
'Ill tyfflk Mark a cross in the list below op-
( IMjm? poslte the complaints from wiucn jou
6lf!atft! cuffer, cut out; and mall to me today.
IfsfffiSl Rheumatism Bladder Trou.
H lidiC Lumbago ble
f tlaf Eczema Heart Trouble
ill SUlw Scrofula Impure Blcod
ffl'ilHKf Catarrh Female Weak-
wHiffiS Piles nesa
ITifiHtij Neuralola Torpid Liver
lliiatlylrt Diarrhoea Malaria
ljf!lT l Constipation Nervousness
lUii9 Indloentlon Plmplea
F4lwvfl Headacho Asthma
r41af Dlzlne3 8tomach Trou-
iliRSst Poor Clrcula- . ble
ifiirat I tlon Chronic Cough
almrlF Womb Trouble Anemia
Jfjjwglj Kidney Trouble Bearing Down ;
CAdx'ertlsement) . J
And Cuticura Ointment. For heat
rashes, itchinga, s'Unburn, wind
irritations, redness and roughness
of the face and hands, Cuticura
Soap, assisted by Cuticura Oint
ment, has no rivals worth men
tioning. No others do so much for
the complexion, hair and hands.
Cuticura Eoap end Olatmcnt fold throimriout tho
world. Banple of each mailed tree, wlti 32-p. hook.
Address pwt-card Cuticura." Dept. 13C llo.iton.
osMcn who shave cad sisapoo wlta CuUeur
Bcd will nud It but tor etln &nd scalp.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Public wor
ship at 11 a. m. and 7:4o p, sn. Prayer
meeting Wednesda'y evening at 7t45
o'clock. On Sunday evening. August 17,
tho pastor will occupy the pulpit at both
morning and evening service. Morning
subject. "The Bible;" evening subject.
"A Synonvm of Genius." You are cor
dially Invited to join with us In any or
all of those services.
SECOND METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHUltCH, corner of Galena and Fourth
East streets Martin Thomas, pastor.
Sunday school, 10 a. m.; F. A. Key worth,
superintendent. Epworth league, 7:15;
Mrs. Augusta Betts. leader. Preaching
at 8 p. m.. to be followed by the sacra
ment of the Lord's supper. This Is the
last service for the conference year and
a cordial Invitation la extended to all
, members and friends to be present.
HEATH METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CJIL'RCII, near corner of Third South
and Eighth West streets Martin Thomas,
pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m.;
Donald Colclough, superintendent.
Preaching and the administration of the
Lord's supper at the 11 o'clock service.
This being the last service for tho con
ference year wo should be pleased to
have all members and friends take part.
LIBERTY PARK METHODIST EPIS
COPAL CHURCH, corner Eighth East and
Ninth South streets Rev. D. E. Carter.
S3S Chase avenue, pastor. Sunday school
at 10 a. m.; H C. Scott, superintendent.
Preaching at 11 a. m.; subject, "Tho Two
Ways." Epworth league at 7.15. fol
lowed by preaching at 8 o'clock by the
Rev. James F. Forris of tho Price acad
emy. The Liberty Park Malo quartette
will sing at this service. All aref cor
ILIFF METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH. Ninth East and First South
streets. J. H. Mitchell, pastor; resi
dence, S9 M street. Sunday school, 0:15
a. m.: Richard Wheat, superintendent
Preaching by the pastor, 11 a. m.; sub
ject. "Tho Secret of a Great Career."
Miss Gertrude Prouse will sing at the
morning service. Evening sermon, 8
o'clock: subject, "The Enlargement of
Life." The Utah Mission conference will
convene In Illff church August 21-21.
Bishop McConnell will preside.
SCANDINAVIAN M. E.' CHURCH. 523
South Fourth East street; Rev. EJ. E.
Mork, pastor. Sunday school, 10 a. m.,
Mrs. E. E. Mork, superintendent. Ser
mon and communion services at 11 a.
m Evening service at 8 o'clock, con
ducted Jn tho English language. A cor
dial Invitation extended to all.
Religious services will bo resumed
! Sunday morning in the post chapel at
Fort Douglas. Sunday school at 9:30,
with classes for all ages, and preaching
at 10:30. with good music and an appro
priate address by Chaplain John T.
Axton. Tho services arc open to the
public and a cordial invitation is extend
ed to any who may be interested.
ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL, South
Temple and 3 streets. Cathedral resi
dence, 331 East. South Temple; Rt. Rev
Laurence Scanlan, D. D., bishop of Salt
Lake. Hours for service at S, 9 and 11
a. m.. with sermon; vespers, sermon and
benediction. 7:30 p. m.: dally mass, 7:30
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH, Fourth
South between Fourth and Fifth West
streets; Rev. Michael Curran. pastor.
Mass and sermon at 10 o'clock.
ST. ANN'S CHAPEL. Twelfth South
between Fourth East and Fifth East.
Mass and sermon at 8 o'clock. Rev.
Timothy O'Brien, chaplain.
JUDGE MERCY HOSPITAL CHAPEL.
Thirteenth East, between Seventh and
Eighth South streets. Mass and sermon
at S o'clock; benediction and sermon
at 3 p. m.
SOCIETIES AND CHOIR MEETINGS
Children of Mary's Sodality every sec
ond Sunday of the month at 8 p. m.
Altar society, first Monday of the month.
St. Ann's Sewing society, every Monday
at 2 p. m-
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH Mass ev
ery 6unday at 10 o'cloclc
ST. MARK'S CATHEDRAL, First South
between Second and Third East stroets
RL Rv. F. S. Spalding, bishop; Very
Rev. S. R. Colladay, dean. Holy com
munion at 7:30 a. m. Morning sorvice
with sermon by Bishop Spalding at 11
ST. JOHN'S CHAPEL Ninth East and
Logan avenue Sunday school at 10 a- m.
Morning service at 11 o'clock.
ST. PETER'S CHAPEL. C57 North Sec
ond West street Sunday school at 9:45
a. m- Evening. prayer at 7:30 o'clock.
DANISH LUTHERAN CHURCH, cor
ner First avenue and E street. John
Lund, paator. Sunday school, 10 a. in.
Services, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
SWEDISH LUTHERAN CHURCH, cor
ner Second Bout hand Fourth East
streets Erik Floreen, pastor. Sunday
school, 10 a. m. Services, 11 a. m. Ser- )
mon by the Rev. J. Tellcen, who thirty
years ago organized this church. Choir
practlco S:30 o'clock Tuesday evening.
Luther league 8:30 o'clock Thursday
evening at the church parlors.
CHURCH Corner Fifth South and Sev
enth East streets. The Rev. Peter A.
Slmpkln. pastor. Sunday echool at 9:45
a, m. Preaching service at 11 a. m. by
the Rev. Noble S. Eldorkln. Christian
Endeavor meeting at 6:45 p. m.; the Rev.
Elderkln. leader. Prayer meeting
Wednesday at 7:15 p. m.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
. South Temple and C streets (take South
Temple. Third avenue or Fort Douglas
care) Regular urcachlng service, morn
ling at 11 o'clock, evening at 7:45. Sun- j
Ig?1 AmoseS Dress y.12C f o K
mc plaid stvlcs. pomcsUca-Ocnter Section, f hone Ex. 300 StrT- and Br'-'-v SB
ouTSsS SummerWaish I a Wave of New Things in I Hosiery and UndenS
i EACH ITEM PHESENTS A LESSON IN VERY PRAOTI- ' 1T 3 "E C? C2! iT tfT (f W G 1 TiK i 'B
. oaleoonomy. UKCiDD xsxJxJmJD j:m a (benerai Qearn
i The wnists arc .is f-ogd as any that havo ovor boon Bold at ', mo AQlQHP
S full prices and bettor than most waists sold at full pricos. , , j i .ifi '! OrM lots nnrl linos tr lm 1. l- vB
But the size ranco -s broken and many of tlicso waists will ;! New textiles, new shades and colors wonderful ucia iois ana lines to be discontinued 't
S?M?thSf2 iu ilT,pcrativo tl,al wo weaves. Why, we're just loaded with the most .to new low Ps for general fiummet Jfi
75 Dozen Lingerie and Novelty fi'O exquisite grades of dress goods you ever saw! jl Ladies' 50c Lisle HOBB, 39r t.tjBTC
Wash Waists go at ' 0 t Jusl a hintT.he new 50-inch Ohiffon de Venetia, llttcflZK doubl
Fully worth up to $2.00. sponged, ready for the needle, in six brand new sPhced heels and toes olaatic garter to
i; 25 Dozen Lawn, Batiste and Embroidery Waists colors and Vlite a selection of the standard colors. Ladies' 20c Lisle Hose, 12UC ptK-
$3.00 and $3.25 values jfr -a 4g 4inch Brocaded Ratine for the new fall coats jl Lmen heels and toes, deep elastic garter yB'
;lat" 2pJi4ir;; numerous rich colorings. Ladies' 35c Union Suits 25 yKk
;! 8 Dozen Tub Silk Waists Worth - ng !; 54-inch Ratine Basket Cloth The new . suiting !; Summer weight, low neck, sleeveless 'fo liSp
$3.00 and $3.25, at 3 loOlf ; an exquisite fabric in lovely colorings. Ladies' 20c Vests 12V
150 Waists, worth $1.00 and dhtfa' 66-inch Brocaded Jaquard French Ratine fancy j Summer weight, low neck, sleeveless bvv'K
$1.25 each, at 55Ci; diagonal Serge Homespuns Wool Velours Ladies' 75c Pants oo ST
$3.50 Lingerie Waists at $1.98;: Plsh Matelasse-the new Chamois Cloths-Silk Lace trimmed umbrella st x e7?'
m $4.00 Lingerie Waists at -..$2.39 and Wool Popbns, and endless other textiles too de of fine thread-WfeTfli?
j j second Floor. numerous to quote. Knit Wear Counter-SJlM
IJ A very important clearance sale op j !j Many Desirable White SfB
WOO Yards of Dress Embroideries
s lots for final clearance and to do tins effectively, have clipped HALF OFF ' vB
Sold during the Season for $2.50 yard On Sale StQktf On sale Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. 'tB
Monday at yard , . WL Lot 1 contains choice 30c grades for, yard '9f
w s J ' J ' j! jl Lot 2 contains choice 40c grades for, yard ""
f ? Concerned are a fine lot of embroidered voiles and batistes, some in beauti- jj !; Lot 3 contains choice 60c grades for, yard ''!''lBk
I s ful Irish needlework. All are full 45 inches wide. The selection of styles ;! ; QoodHK
j is quite extensive. $1.50 Table Damask, Monday, i 4K
25c and 35c Swiss and Cambric Embroideries Iu?sday6 and ed?f : ; 7lm
wi.viivw ) 72 inches wide, German silvor, bleached, heautiful designs good selections.
I In edgings and insertions, full 2 to 6 inches wide On. sale Cfcr ''I $.50 Napkins to match, 20-inch, dozen .,...MP'
I Monday at, yard C !; '; $4.00 Napkins to match, 22-inch, dozen
I ilmbroidery Section Third. Aisle, j! ;i Oa sale for three fyfy Linens Center flEfi
iHousehold Needfuk What's Ni" at IjTlJ
I Keeping down expenses with values like these: . l f O 25c SuKar and Cream' pair" 15c 10c t0 15c Di'smB
$1.50 Copper Bottom Wash Boiler," No. 8-Le $1.14 A HAwknin 20c oblonS sPoa Traye- 8' tailrl wid iSbapA-r
I $1.75 Copper Bottom Wash Boiler, No. 9-1 $1.27 ilUCFOaCIlSi inch' oac 9c oB2Sre. ,8.4 " 5
! 75c Enameled Tea Kettle, 4 qt 43c "nd Ce" 5' ?C 1 KtS.SI
i r A ' nr- ttt ! j.i i i ii. loc Oblonc Pickle Trays. 7- ric "crrr owis, 3 sljletBktfi
I I KsJ 85c Enameled Tea Settle, 7 qt. . . . . .53c !; Miss Waite, the expert hair author- incll eah ......... . y.. 5c 2oc 00ted Jdly D&o!B
" Jk tMS&mk 1-00 Enameled Tea Kettle, 8 qt 67c ji ity, is here showing the new styles poc Round, Handled Picklo liiVixim Ma'SK
II IsJPSSk 1 mI Jar8 I; in bair goods. Miss Waite spe- Dishes, each 5c pair
5 1 qt Mason Fruit Jara'.'.".69c i' cializes in suggesting a becoming ALL WEEK SPECIAL PRICES 0N cEL
1 oa' Maaon Frult Jar $119 M model that will give you individ- Limses ch5naware in genuine mat coin gold,
s $1.25 Enameled Bread Eaise, 14 qt..89o F uality and distinctiveness. Consult $18.00 Dinner Sets, 42 pieces .' IHr
j $1.50 Enameled Bread Raise, 17 qt..99o M er here all next week. ' j $26.50 Dinner Sets,' 50 pieces
Near State Street Entrance. $BaB0 Dinn(Jr Sets QQ B
f m 35c Enameled Berlin Kettle and Cover, 4-qt. 27c i c . . , ... . , , . The Dinnerware House of Salt Lake. ,
? f . ... , , ,. -vr , - ' Special demonstration or Beaded Band- Housewares TttfBZz
J LjJ? 45c Enameled Berlin Kottla and Cover, 6-qt. 32c j eaux for children's hair. They are beau- 4 nowsoware-roaiMte
5 -asJ 65c Enameled Berlin Kettle tiful and so new. Tho special price dur- iir
SBSIaH and Cover, 10-qt 47c n '1T1S s demonstration "is 25c, with plain vn ivuvvwimm;iH
I Imp Lt.jfsB tZ2ZzLZV2zl j i2 g&sif monos' worth ?a5yjB
$ $ 60o Enameled Rice Boiler, V2 qt. .37cra'j'la !' Dawes is hero with his famous com ?
t QKn Pflnmnlo TJina Tlm'ln. Q f Fwl r, fca ! remover. There isn't the slightest doubt ' HM1
1 PDC bnameiecl ltlce 0er, 6 qt....00aa5r ( aW his CQrn rcmover boinK the be5t J Beautiful silk and satin kimonos, made of imported Pomlji
I S 16c -mch Garden Hose, 6 ply rubber 12c foot? Bottle 2oc. Try one. some in floral patterns, piped and trimmed in contrasiine.siMp.t
I j 14c -inch Gar Near State Street Entrance. j 8M
I -15c Silkolines, for three ghg 25c Satin Draperies, figured, tj 30.00 Imperial Velvet Rugs, MoBg
I days at, yard 36 inches wide JL Tuesday and SltMR?,
I Plain and flowered designs in an extensive varietv full Ncy patterns for fall Comfort Covorines. Bedding, Dra- Wednesday ' T ,
W " penos, etc. On sale JLonday, Tuesday and Weanesdaj'. 9x12 feet full room size in rich Oriental or
yard wide. Draperies Third Floor. Draperies Third Floor. terns green and buff effects on 8aloB!fi
i Kayser's $1.25 Long Silk j : Men's 75c Night Shirts, eS&jra 1 1 Bys' $L50 and ?2-00 School Men's $1.25 Union SuiWjBfi
Gloves, Monday, g Monday at Pants, 4 to ,16 year B
1 I ?J V W'Y'W i H xcnt grade of twill-plain white, made S1ZeS Monday O . ,,S
H 16 button lengths pure silk gloves with ? s . ' M i ATcellont oiiBlity unioa wit .Bt'
I !' double tipped fingers, all colon, including jj generously large. all sizes. O All-wool fabrics in medium and dark pat- M excellent qiiBuiy u
1 black an wbite.io JBoS
day school at 0:45 u m. Midweek prayer
mooting Wednesday at 8 p. m. Evenlns
services discontinued during August.
THIRD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
corner of Eleventh South and Eleventh
East streets Frank O. Leonard, pastor.
Mornlnfr service 'of worship and preach
ing at 11 o'clock. Subject. "Feeding on
Ashns." Sunday school at 10 a. m. T. P.
S. C. B, at 7 p, m. A hearty welcome
Buhject. Sunday sermon. "Soul."
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST. SCI
ENTIST. 336 East Third South street
Sunday services. 11 o'clock a. m. Sun
day school, 9:15 a. m.' The Wednesday
evening services nre held at 8 o'clock,
No Sunday evening services during Au
gust. SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST. SCI
ENTIST. I3dIos Literary club building.
B50 East South Temple street. Sundav
services, 11 o'clock a. m. Sunday school,
9:45 a. m. Wednesday evening services,
8 o'clock. All are welcome to these
Free reading rooms In the Walker bank
building. Main and Second South streets,
where Christian Science literature may be
The International Bible students hold
meotings Sunday afternoon In Knights of
Columbus hall. 137 East First South
street. Two meetings, the rlrst one be
ginning at 3 p. m., closing 1:20; topic,
"The Hidden Mystery." The second, be
ginning 4;30: topic, "Bcsetmcnts of tho
Adversary, tho Devil."
Services at the "Cotton pavilion," Third
South and Second East streets; Adams
brothers, nvangcllsls. SiiKday evening
subject. "The Now Earth." Monday
evening subject. "United States In
Prophecy" (lldeo). Tuesday evening
subject. "Prophets, True and False."
Services each evening" during tho week.
A welcome for all.
CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
Fourth South arid Third EaBt streets.
C. R. Xeel. pastor. Morning services:
Bible school, 10 o'clock; communion serv
ice, 11 o'clock. Prayer meeting Wednes
day evening at 8 o'clock.
SwedlBh Free Church,
SWEDISH EVANGELICAL FREE
CHURCH "34 Seventh East street. Rev.
E. Thorell, pastor. Sunday morning
Discomf oxi After Meals
Feeling oppressed -srltli e r.tat!oa of tufflntj
and finding the food both to dUtend and pain
fully hong Ilka t heivr weight at tho pit of tlio
stomach re symptoms of Indication. With thtno
the sufferer? will often have Connllpatlon. Inward
rilm, Fullntss of the Blood In the Head, Acidity
of tho Stomach. Kau5oa. Heartburn, H?arsche.
Direful of Food. OiB-oua Eructations. Slntdnc
of Fluttering of the Heart. Choklnr or Suffocating
Senutlon when In n lrlnsr posture, Dlxxlneis on
rising suddenly. Dots or Webs before the sight.
Fever -ind Dull Tain In the Head. Deficiency of
Pcnpiritlon, j-ellownoen of the Skin and Eyes.
Pi In In the Side. Chest. Ilmbs and Suddon
Flashes of A few doses of
will frea the system of ell Uis above-namel dis
orders. Purely Vegetable.
25 cents a box al druggists, or by mall,
RADWAY ; CO.. Lafayette St.. Sen VorV.
Be Sure to Oct "RadTray'i."
service and Sundav school at 10:30 o'clock.
Y. P. C. at 5 p. m. Preaching. 7.30 -p. m.
.Midweek service Wednesday evening.
II Los Angeles I
to . Season's
30. Last '
f 10 East Third South.
I Phone Wasatch 2247,
Salt Lake Route. I
OREG-GTST SHOUT T,TOT, TIME CAfiK
EFFECTIVE AUGUST 3, 1915- 'K
Depart. Dally. Hnt
7.1K Tr Ogden (Preston and Logan gohiE). Dfln
7:15 A.M. ver. Omahn. Kansas City Chicago ''H?
7.1 K A KIT Ogden, Lopxn. Preston (Chlcngo u 6;MBfti
i .lb A.M. Points east also arriving).
S HO A TVT Ofrden. ralad, Pocatcllp. Boise, gnwa 0,Hr
O.UU A.1VL Intermediate (Montpeller also Bin. .iMT
Q.IK A 1T Overland limited Ogden. Reno, wcra g.'KHl
y.lO A.lVl. mcnto, San Francisco. frfflM
10:20 A.M. Ogden and intermediate points. J'lSKl1
12:01 P.M. Pacific Llmlted-Ogden. Omalia. Chicago. OJiBdt
1:45 P.M! BoIsc' Portland. Butte- 'BS'.
o!qk d'tit' Los Anselcs Llmlted-Omaha, ChIcso.
.OO P.M. Denver. St. Louie.
9-P;n TD TUT Overland Limited-Omaha. ChlcnS H.'WK
0. 0U P.M. Denver, St. Louis. Jm?,
OKden, Brlgham. Cache ,lw ll'Slfcrf,
41 i F5 P M and intermediate. (San Francisco
1. XO ST. ill. polng.) , . can n'f5Ki
t'd "P TVT Osen nnd Intermediate foWS J'Httl
O.O Jr.iVL. Francisco also arriving). .p rJc r-B
Opden. Denver. Omaha. Chicago ir
6:45 P.M cu-v- Grccn Rlver i,n.d we 'BS'!
' ' Yellowstone SpecJal-Osden. PocaWHo g ff
7:15 PM Yellowstone Park. (San Francisco "jKgi
arriving.) ia iMKp'
ft r- OKden. Boise. Portland. But Wt)
1145 PM Francisco and west California JBRt
.17X. Bolnjr only). FraD. Bfe
llp; PTVT Pacific Limited Ogden. Ely, 'JHl
JT.IVI. cisco and west. .ifKS.
Telephone, Exchange 15. "Jmhi-
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