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M LEHI LOCALS
Ur, 10. Trlnnlniaii wns a Salt Luko
B Interurbnn pnsscnger yesterday.
'I Mrs II. C. Kelson hud lior tonsils
'.H removed nt the Lehl hospital Monday.
ifl Mr attd Mrs. Alfred Gurnoy hnve
!' a baby sick with bronchitis.
yfl Mrs. J. H. Stico of Tooele, arrived In
! I.chl Tluirsdny to siiond n week with
' her mother, Mrs. Ell Kendall.
tB Mr. nnd Mrs. Ruben King aro mnk-
U lug n week end visit with friends In
.1 South Jordan.
W Miss Mary Fox was hostcsa to the
U D. II. club Monday evening. Sowing
and refreshments wero the features.
H Mr. David Davis commenced the
1 1 erection of n now home In the Third
B Ward this week.
fl Mr Luther Coates returned to
r Scranton, Wednesday, after n week's
' visit with his family.
The l'rlmory Association or the
jl First Ward will hold Its nnnunl con-
' ference tomorrow afternoon.
Mrs. S. W. Ross had n sewing elr-
cle Tuesday afternoon. Luncheon
H was served.
m Mr and Mrs. Elmer Peterson were
lsltors at tho Salt Lako Tcmplo Wed-
' The stork left n baby boy at the
,H home of Mr. and Mrs. John Street
.Mr. Charles Stewart of lhapah, was
' visiting relatives In LchI tho past
Mrs. Suslo Olson of Salt Lako City
;. Is the guests of her parents, Mr. and
I H Mrs. Joseph Davis.
Mrs A. D. Anderson accompanied
,,.,; Mr nnd Mrs. Wm. Wing to Salt Lako
ril Clty' " a" nut0 trl' Monday.
.Misses Kiln and Mary Wood aro
spending the week with friends in
,1. Focntcllo, Idaho.
, T. R. Cutlor, Sr., camo down from
-u: Salt Uko Clty Smida' n,"l spent the
' day with his son, Robert.
'so 'I '
Mr. Kmmott Chlpman, Krnost South-
- wlck nIul Au8t,n Phillips wero Salt
Lake City visitors Thursday.
,t'l Miss Sclma, tho dnughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Luther Coates, has boon 111
' during tho past week.
',M Mrs. I): A. Holbrook and daughter,
"' Mrs. Kills Leo, of Bountiful, are
' guests ut tho home of Dr. Holbrook.
U'M Mr and Mrs. Hyrum Kdmonds of
m Salt r'ftko clty wcro Bo9ts of Mr.
. , and Mrs. Oeorgo Robinson early In
' the week.
" Mr and Mrs. M. II. Hushman wont
rill ' ''rovo' Wodll08tlnyi to attend the
' funeral of Mrs. GIIcb Holden, mother
'Jm of Mrs, M. I. Hushman.
tejH Mr and Mrs. Ben Stowart, who
' hav" l,-'t' HvlriB on I'rovo Bench for
the past year, have moved back to
jil Mr !l1111 J'rs. John Fltton and Mrs.
M Aimlo lloyio of Salt Lako City, spent
""tB Thal,k8K,vI"K ny with Mr. and Mrs.
-im Andrew Jacobs.
AiH .Morgan WoodhouHe, Sr., of Idaho
m J11'8 nrrlvei1 l '-Chi Thursday. Mrs.
iB w'00i"oubo and children nro spending
- Hie winter horo.
:,H -NrH Kit Webb onlorlnlncd a scoro
a?B .f '"'r lmly flloi,,lH nt u koiiBlngton
''! PrUhiy ufli'rnooii. nullity refresh-
JtjH ""iiih wcro si'rvi'd,
- Ur II, c. Holbrook was called io
rtlK 'r0V0 nt,"ch' Tuesday afternoon, and
If mJ on lug return n call was awaiting
him rrom Mrs. James Chamberlain of
-) Cednr Fort.
1H Messrs and Mcudames David nnd
Mark Holbrook of Bountiful, wero the
i Buoats of Dr. and Mrs. IL C. Holbrook
( m Sunday, making tho trip In their
; IiiHiuip Henry Lowls loft yesterday
'or t'nrllu, Nevada, to Juvcatlgato n
AMI mining proporty. Mr. Lowls started
YfMt on "l" trl Inst wook, but only got
m far as Salt Luke City.
B n.,TlirP0 "ow. '"Me arrived In Lohl
' Thursday, when the stork left at the
Ht ''omen r (ienrgo llnruoH a boy, TIiob.
IB ;Volllll,1,' boy and a girl at Wll-
K fird Whiting's.
liB M' (""1 M,,a Vn'A M'1'11 ,,ll,1'-
dfl ,"""'' "l 'I'lmiiksBlvIng illiiuer.
t M ,,llu"i' ilio out or town guoHtH wiirn:
i m lr d Mih AHmrl AilaniH or Amoii-
f m " IV-iu am) Mm. Ktln-I Wright
" H ,',"", f Halt Lako City.
; B M ' tin I) Wlnus mid T. It. Culler
tj M '" Lake City, mid Win. Thorn-
H "" ' II SIoith or American
j """ '.uno to Lohl yesterday Io at-
MJ ' ' i l lirettora' mocting or the I'lnh
K ' k1' oinpuil)
' l-ht(l HANNKlt KVil ntUY. NOVHMUKR 28, 1011. MM
Hcbor Austin of Idaho Falls, was
siting rela.lveLohl this week
Mrs. James KlrkmTm, Sr., was the
ec plot of p1csnt surprise party
nst Friday evening, the occasion be-
lK lor 02d ,)lrthtl!lj, ,rogrcB9ivp
games wore played end rcfroiihmcnti
Mayor Gurney Elected
Third Vice President
Slale Jluiilclpnl !.,.,. A Mnn
Iraiisarls Much linperlnnt Bust.
MCM of InteroM le All ,o rilles of
Mayor W. F. Gurney, W. S. Kvnns
nnd Wm. Wing attended tho state
Convention or Municipal Leagues at
Monti this week. Lehl was honored
with the election or Mayor Gurney
as Third Vlco President for the en
suing year. TheBe gentlemen report
the convention n great success, nnd
voted MnntI the greatest entertain
ers In the state.
Thursday was devoted largely io
preliminary business, tho nnnunl ad
doss by the president nnd tho yearly
report of the secretary. There was
n talk on municipal ownership by
Henry Blood or Knycsvlllo and sev
eral iiiubIcuI- numbers.
There wero two sessions Friday,
when "Uniform City Ordinances,"
Meter and Flat Rates for Water and
Lights," "Granting ot Franchises" and
"Dcadjustmont or Taxes" woro taken
up and discussed.
Saturday was n short session, when
prospective state legislation was dis
cussed, tho noxt mooting plr.eo was
selected and tho now oUlccrfl elected.
Tho state convention went on re
cord as rnvoring Btato wide prohibi
tion. It decided to nsk cortain
changes in slato laws, permitting a
bonded Indebtedness or cllles large
enough to build municipal power
plants and Install water works.
Thoro was wldo discussion on muni
cipal ownership or electric power
plnnts. Somo cities wcro highly suc
ccssrull while others, as Murray, lost
lots or monoy in trying out tho ven
ture. The convention voted as being
In favor of all tho cities having unl
et tho ordinances, and n general
thought to bu possiblo In 85 per cent
or tho ordinance, and a general
scheme could bo rollowcd In tho bal
ance of tho cases. A committee was
appointed to make tho preparations.
Tho committee on revision of city or
dinances consists of two lawyers and
two city councllmen. Tho Committee
voted to nsk tho legislature to re-establish
tho old poll tax law. There
was a general sentiment In favor
of taxing public ccrvlco Institutions
for tho granting of franchises in tho
There wero about 75 dolcgatcs to
tho convention, who wero met nt tho
dopot with automobiles by tho MnntI
citizens and taken to tho hotels.
Tuesday evening tho Commercial club
gavo n complimentary entertainment
and luncheon to tho delogatcs. Fri
day tho MnntI National Guard gave a
Hag hoisting and naluto or exhibition
and tho public school children gnvo a
drill and saluto to tho flag. In tho
ovonlng thoro was a banquet given
by tho MnntI High School, and a mu
nicipal League Ball In tho Armada
Mayor Decker was chosen ns tho
now president, nnd I'rovo wns select
ed ns tho next meeting placo.
Letii's Coming Champions
In League Basket Ball
High School Junior' llntkct Hull nnd
Bance In (J rent Surcexs and Ne(s
lied Cross Fund ?.'1.00.
Tho bosket ball gnmo last Friday
evening between Lehl and tho II. V.
U., Htoto University champions, dem
onstrated that Lehl has u team this
yenr that stands a most excellent
chance ot winning tho leaguo pennant.
Tho team playing in Friday's game
consisted ot Fred Wanlnns, Clarence
Gray and Stanley Taylor, forwards;
Marlon Ash-ton, Center; Basil Dorton
and Thomas Jones, Jr., gunrds.
The score stood 12 to -M In favor of
tho H. Y. V but tho numbers do not
rqvenl the relative strength of tho
two teams. I'rovo won by reason of
being able to shoot baskets with moro
cortolnty. Lohl did tho foBtost work,
and had tho ball In Its end of the boll
the larger part of tho time AMitou
as center did some most excellent
work, In fact all tho boys showed
great Improvement over last jrusir.
The Proo eoaeh was heard to say.
'Lehl stands a llrst class ohnnce of
winning tlu slute high school chain-
' CoriohV-MI"'''' l pnivlng io bo if
most excellent I minor, and iihoiilil bo
ilvitn credit for the Impnxoil condi
tion of tho Lohl team.
The Knl CrnsH Hall by the High
School Jniiloi'H wiib a declc'od hucchsu
and netted the Rod Cross fund sonic
$51, after -ill expenses hod been paid
I lu- dutf- U to bo congrutulntcd foi
its work. '
Tho management or tho S.mulfi'B
Academy should bo given ori'dit for
donating $25 towards tho runil.jwIltjBi
goes to help relievo sufforlng H$
Bads I'liiicnil Sunday $,
Tho funeral sorvlccs for GoorgQ
Davis, who died Thursday, will Tfo
held In the Tabernacle tomo'rrpW
(Sunday) at '2 o'clock p. in. -"
.WTO A(VIIi:XT . '-'
. y, ,
Last week whllo John Woods Was
driving his auto down (he nanow
lane lending south from Lohl Juifd
tion, something went wrong with tho
machine and It turned over several
times, causing tho occupoutB to suf
fer several pains nnd bruloos.
Tho car wns qulto badly damaged
and is now In tho garage for repairs,
Pillars Ot Society
Theatrical Treat For l.chl People At
Tho University ot Utah Dramatic
club, on Its nineteenth annual tour,
will present nt LchI, December 2, Hon
rlk Ibsen's grent drama, "Pillars of
Society." "Pillars or Society" Is one
or tho first or modern social dramas
and represents the very best ot Ib
sen's contributions to the stogo, In
tact the wldo reputation or tho Scan
dinavian playwright was gained
through tho great success ot this plny.t
"Pillars or Society" renresonts the
breaking down or the old social con
ventions, tho "Pllla.rs" or Society be
ing mado to realize Hint they art) in
reality humtVgs and do not live up
to the high standard or morality. The
excellent dramatic qualities found in
Ibsen's foremost ploy mado Its suc
cess Immediate with the result tint
already It has been translated Into
seven foreign languages nnd him been
produced In almost as many countries.
Such notable literary men as Alexan
der Dumas and Angler, the great
French critic, buvo pronounced "Pil
lars of Society" a masterpiece
Tho cast of characters ror this ploy
Includes many well-known iimntcur
players. Among tlieso nro Herbert
Maw, tho leading man, nnd Armorel
Dixon, both possessing nlmost pro
rcsslonnl ability and hnvlng had much
experience In collogo dramatics ror
tho past three years. All but n row
of tho cast hnvo been with tho club
before end hnvo proved their worth
as nctors. Tho complete) enst Includes
tho following plnycrs; Herbert II.
Mnw, Kdyth Bnrlow, Knthcrlno Vroo
mun, Orphn Kingsbury, Allen G. Thur
mon, Armorel Dixon, Cnrlyle Bur
rows, Vernon Snyder, John R. Cutler,
Josoph D. Mlllerburg, Setho Coloman,
J. Roscoo Harmon, 1). Annus Uoj .-r,
Clnlro A Stewart, Fntiulc Kliapiro and
townspeople and others.
o LEHI HIGH o
o SCHOOL NOTES o
"Here and There Around Ilia CnniiiuN
Hero's three cheers for tho basket
ball boys. If tholr playing last Fri
day night wan a fair sample of what
(hey enn do, no other school In the
county will stand u chance or win
ning the cup this year. Good luck
boys, wo are proud ol you! Keep up
your splendid work and wo will carry
oh" county nnd stnto chnmploiishlim
The High School was well repre
sented Friday night. Nearly ever
High School ntudout was present to
seo Lehl mako Provn dig for evt r.
point they got. There Is one thlm
the student body Is soiry to sec, tlm
Is (here nro n few High School stu
dents who have a yellow streak ii
them. Tliny aren't loyul enough .
Join the bunch in cheering their n '
on to victory. Thoy sit up in the pal
lory with Amorlcnn Forkors. l(
should be at home supporting Ho i
own High School.
When the next gnnio pomes let m
seo every High School student In tli
bunch, roll or life and euthusliisin
ready to cheer tholr team on to vh
LiiHt week the. Senior oliuwi Im
peached their olllcers and ducldod to
lcct new ones. Only two of tho of
llcers elected Inst year wero ro-oloct-od.
They aro Juno Phillips, class rep
resentative nnd Glndy Stnrk, vlco
Tho present olllcorsue:
Ferris Anderson -President.
Glndys Slnrk Vlco President.
Vera Stewart -See', nnd Twin.
Jnne Phillips Ultm Representa
tive The executive committee consists
o'iiWltl l)ortou.ClllTonl WlltlH. Or.i
Whipple nnd Joyce Sehnw.
Tho Senior gtuileitti have rot mod
hemwlve Into a club; whose object
iii io foster elKH nollvltle. To puv
he expenses or class parties each
'iieinber will 15 ont a moinli
Tin llrsl pnitv of Ho (lot) w.is h. Id
Wednesday elilllli), .ii tin tn"i
'.' Schow. where the girls ontor
"" ii ii,o boys. , morry time was
l,!"' by all. Chocolate, enke, rudge
""I divinity were served.
The Fourth Years wished to add
l'lr mltc to the siifrerlng Belgluus,
Hi made punch mid sold It nt the
Hil Cross limine Friday night. When
expenses weie paid they round
'hey had five dollars nnd ten cents to
hl io tho Christmas ship.
'ho Junior eluss hns formed n club.
1 V boys nnd girls tnko lures enter
t. lining paeh month.
"Hie has been no school this week
en in count ot Tonchors' Convention
Hi..inl In Frosliman Kngllsh clnss:
Kngllsh tencher, "Mr. G.. In your
Mi words give me good definition
Mr G., "A modern iniln costing
about $200 moro than tho old fashion
'l loinarh ache."
'litre (mi , N Doiiht Abeiil the
Results In I'lnh Ceunly.
Results tell tho tule.
All doubt Is removed.
The testimony of nn Anierieun Fork
Cnn 1m easily Invostlgnlcd.
W'hdt better preor cnn bo had?
Mrs. Stephen Shelly, Third North
mid Third West Sts., Amerloan Fork,
Utah, snys: "One of my fnmlly had
rheumatic pain end lumbago ror
years. He always folt the trouble
worse heroic a storm or in damp,
chaiiHoablo weather. A neighbor
luhlsod him to try Doom's Kidney
Pills, lie didn't tnko them as reg
ularly as he should, but thoy proved
very sotlsroctory. The pnlns In his
back were relieved. Whenever ho
fe "Is out of sorts, ho takes n doso or
o of Donn'i Kidney Pills nnd thoy
tlx him up nil right. I nm Just as
willing t0 recommend Uasn'n Kidney
Pills todny es I hnve been In the
Price COc, at all lalers. Don't
-Imply nek Tor a kldnoy remedy got
Donn's Kidney Pills tho same that
Mrs Sholly reccr.imonds.Fonter-Mll-urn
Co., Props., Bufrnlo, N. Y.
xotici: to Yi'xir.n uskhs
Stnto linglnoor's Ofrice,
Salt Lako City, Utah, November 12,
Notico' Is hereby given that W. F.
Ournoy, et. al" whoco postolllco ad
dross Is Lohl, Utah, have made appli
cation In accordance with tho require
ments or the Compiled Laws or Utah,
1007, as amended by the Session Laws
or Utah, 1009 and 191 U to appropri
ate twenty (20) cubic foot or wator
par second rrom American Fork and
Doer creeks, Utah County, Utah
Seventeen (17) ruble-fool per second
of snld wntor will bo dlvortod from
American Fork Crock, at n point
which boars aoutli 27 degrees 17 mln.
utes 64 seconds oust 1,727.8 feet dls
tunt from United Stutim Mineral Mon.
umont No. 4, American Fork Mining
District, and convoyed by m..ins of
a woodon stavu pipe for n distance of
18,000 foot, lei a reservoir embraced
approximately In Section 18, twonshlp
I south, Rnugo ! oust, Salt Lake base
and meridian. Threo (3) cubic-foot
per second or sold water will bo ill.
Verted troin Deep Creok, nt n point
which boars south 57 degrees 13 min
utes wost 21,301 root from the nfore
fnld .Mineral Monument, lmi' convey
ed by menus or n wooden ntnvo pipe
ror it' distance of 0,000 reel, to the
roavrvolr nbovi described. The com
mingled water will bo dhcrtcd from
the reservoir, nt u point which bears
aoutli 40 degrees 43 minutes west
1C.CH feet distant from said Mineral
Monument No. 4, and convoyed by
moans of a plpo lino for a dlstanco of
7,512 feet nnd there used rrom Janu
ary 1 to December III, inclusive, or
ouch year, to genernto power ror tho
purpose of electric lighting and pro
poning machinery nt various cities
and towns In Utah. In addition to the
quantity of water obovo upoclilcd, ap
plicant Intends tj moro live hundred
(500) acre-feet of wnter in tho reser
voir above described. Snld water will
bo ilhoried fiom the cr"eks named,
whenever available, during tho period
from March 1 to Juno 30, Inclusive,
of each year. Tho wator so stored
will bo released from tho reservoir, at
the point above described, and con
veyed for a distance of 7,512 feet, and
there used whenever needed in con
nection with tho twenty (20) cubic
feet of wator per second above sped,
lied and Tor tho purpose Btnted. Af
ter having been so dlvortod nnd used,
the water will bo returned to tho
natural channel of American Fork
Creek, at a point which bears south
27 degrees 5G minutes wost 20.SIO
feet distant from the aforesaid Min
eral Monument. This application Is
doslgnnted In the State Engineer's of
fice as No. 5S23.
All protests ngiiiust tho granting of
snld application, Hinting tho reasons
ihorofor, must be made by ntndavit
In duplicate, accompanied bv n reo of
$2.50, nnd llled In this office within
thirty (30) days nftor tho completion
or the publication ot this notice
W. I) BRERS,
Unto or llrst publication November
21, 1914, dato of completion of publi
cation Decombor 21, 1911
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xotici: tor publication
Bcparlmcul of Interior
U. S. Land Olllce nt Suit Lake City,
Utah, November II, 1011.
Notico Is hereby glvon that Freder
ick W. Brokmoycr, or Sandy, Utah,
who, on Juno 10, 1911, mado Home
stead Kntry, Serial No. 08104, for S
I-J H of N W ',, Lot 0 and K j of
S W U, Section (i, Township C South,
Rnngo 2 West, Suit Lako Merldlnn,
has llled notice of Intention to mnko
final throo-yoar proof, to establish
claim to tho land above dosorlbcd, bo
fore the Register and Receiver or tho
U. S. Land Office at Salt Lako City,
Utah, on tho 30th day ot December,
Claimant nnmos no witnesses:
R. II. Smith,
Jamos II. Chamberlain,
All or Cedar Volloy, lfili,
K. I). R. THOMPSON, Reglstor.
First publication November 21 lad
December 19, 1911.
Our Hcsl Seller.
I I ! Mil - -
Wo are selling moro of Merltol
Hczcmn Remedy than all tho othera
put together This largu tnlo Is due
to tho fact that It Is a reparation
of unusal merit, mado cxprcBly for
ono purpose, eczema In Its vnrious
forms. If you aro afflicted with this
loathsome dlsoase, do not dt.lay uslne
Merltol Kczemn Remedy Prices COc
end $1.00. F. M. Brown, Amorlcnn
Fork, Utah. Kvcluolve Agency. (Adv.)
xotici: or assi:.ss.ui:xt m 35. '''Ill
Whlrltdiid Mining - .Milling Company mm
Principal placo of buslnoBs, Amerl- ''iHH
can Fork, Utah. ssssl
Notico is hereby given that n moot- .-'Lsl
lug of the Directors of the above nam- IibbbI
ed company was held on Saturday, wIobbbI
November 7, 1914, and assossment No. Kssfl
35, of $1.00 per 1000 shares was levied fissfl
on the capital stock ot the corpora- lLB
tlou, paynblo lmmcdintely to Orvnl Um
Mercer, nt his olllce, at Amorlcnn Jfl
Fork, Utah. Any stock on which this 9H
assessment remains unpaid on Mon- JM
day, December 7th, 1914, will bo de-
liiiquent and advertised for Bale at H
public auction, and unless payment H
Is mado before, will bo sold Monday, m
December 21, 1914, nt 4 o'clock p. , H
in., nt the ofllco or tho sccrotnry, Am- ' 'H
crlcnn Fork, Utnh, to pay tho dcllu. i M
quent nssossment with the cost or ml- ' H
vortlslng and expense or tho sale. jjB
STI3VE WOOD, Secretary. ill
ORVAL MERCER. Assistant Secre- H
(ry. I4.4t ''JH
Quit Meat When II
Kidneys Bother ! I
Take n kIiis of suits If jour Hack , H
hurts or Bladder (roublei jnu !'H
No man or woman who eats meat n'iaH
regularly can make n mistake by WM
flUHhing tho kidneys occasionally, ' H
says a well-known authority. Meat ' SMI
fonuii uric ncld which excites the '$9
kldnoys, they become ovorworlcl I OH
from tho strain, got sluggish nnd fnll Wkt
to rilfer tho wanto and polcons roni I'Sfl
tho blood, then wo get sick. Nonrly fffl
nil rheumatism, hondiichos, liver 7'. mm
trouble, nervoucness, dizziness, sleep- mM
lossnoss and urinary dlsordors come -MwM
rrom nluggtsli kldnoys, ''jffl
The moment you feci n dull ache MB
In tho kidneys or your back hurts or " KH
If tho urine. Is cloudy, offouolvo full . B
of sediment, irregular ot pnssngo or l.H
attended by a tiensatlon of scalding, f fH
tlo ectlug meat nml got about four -,!fl
ounces of Jad Salts rrom any phnr- 'jH
lincy; take n tnblnspoonful In it glass ;'9
of water beforo brenkfacl nnd In a 1M
few dnya your kldnoys will fict fine. Km
Thin famous salts Is mado from the 1kI
ncld or grnpos nnd lemon Juice, com- mm
hlned with llthln, nnd bus boon used 'HH
tor generations to Hush and stimulate E9J
tho kidneys, also to neutralize tho ' KB
acids in tho urine so It no longer IS
causes Irritation, thus ending blnddcr mm
Jud Salts is Inexpensive and cnn- Bfl
not iujuro; mnkes u delightful ' HE'
errervosceut Ilthln-wntor drink which mM
everyone should tnko now nnd then 'ni
to keep the kidneys clean and active Si
nnd the blood pure, therby avoiding ' .Kl
serious kidney complications. ?PmJa
IVc Prln i Ilnltcr IVrnppcrR. tf f jMftff
Edward B. Jones - H
MINING AND CIVIL ENGINEER
U. S. Deputy Mineral Siirirjor 'WM
I Land and Mineral Survoyinc WM
! (or LnwButts n Speclnlty AH WM
Work Guaranteed. 'WM
I I'hene 'JID.'.'r. Lent. Ctati :9J9
1 HAMMER BROS. "I
LIVERY, FEED AND TRANSFEB M
$ ; . . , La i mm
0 On Main Street, Near D. & R. O ,:illfl
3 Buss Meets All Trains. I 'm
jii To California 1
4U. and Return 1
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fTjASTERN EXCURSIONS I
tickdi's ox svi.i: iti:ni(N limit I !K
Xincinlicr .'Jl.'J.'t, December ll).'-,J. Three lleiiliii.. .. ft 'BS
To littles from LchI, American Turk. mid l'ltmsnul (ruc i 'Bfl
Denver a.B0 KoiHUMkCltjr 40.00 Chloujpi J0.7 v$ 1 .BI
i omiilm 140.00 8t. I'uul IRS 86 gt. Louli fll.0 fejfipfaf 'Sfl
Through Sloepers to I'rlnelpnl i'oluts mvJfyJ E
I'or luroriuatloii, Truln 8'hdule, elc, cull on -- a sM
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