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flM0BSlNG-DECE'tIiEIil9;l!'W- ? i THE SAIT LAKE TBIBUlE. - page sgre
M IE MADE
H DEAD HI
Says He Has
I Divine Power,
father Ignatius Gives De
hails of Restoring Life Af-j-
ter Spark Has Fled.
ddents of Such Nature ns .to
Lead to Much Aston-
rnVDON' Dec lS.-Conllnulng his
rtlof the old faith whereby all things
rojjJb! with God today os ihcy wcro
nL rAt-oven to the healing of tho
liZri the raising of the dead-Father
Jm recounts the various occasions
!S "blch hf had performed what he
SffoccaBlon was In 1S52. when
L. a fellow worker named Redman
--Trikened ono night by a woman
ffiS$Y besought the father tlat
H U out and save her daughter,
& dying of typhoid fever
f&Ijenly." said the father. "I felt that
L'Komand of our Lord was upon me
-t I roe up AJ1 I said to my friend
w 'Do'brlng your relic with you.' He
tonvoaderfully beautiful relic, a pleco
& of the true cross. We had a ong
Sia-d went as fast as we could. When
Ereiebed the house the girl was dead.
p hid been dead two hours and her
oft already had been composed for
Bead Comes to Life.
" 'Von an Involuntary Impulse, however,
iifctl Mt to be Inspired. I took tho relic
V' tit cross from my friend and laid It
c tie dead girl s breast. Then. In the
iwls of the apostolic command, I cried:
"1a th-2 name of Jesus Christ I say
,tito ibtc. Arise '
3,Sj)ul" and stiffly the corpse aroso In
iW and Redman turned to me and cried:
"What have you done?"
"1 have done nothing.' I replied, 'but
ItiDerd bath done great -things, Indeed.' "
! Afitr this Father Ignatius harked back
h the first lime when the word of tho
Ixrd Mine upon him This was at Ply-fc-jstfc.
here a mother declined to allow
UrthlHren to bo baptized. Father Igna
fa toM her the curse of God would fall
ta hr. and within an hour tho curso
id Suddonly and without warning tho
jrccui's fourteen-year-old daughter was
lirffkta with abject Idiocy and her whole
tjslr broke out from head to foot with
b iMthwjrae sores. The doctors v.-erc
it i Iws to diagnose the nature of the
Ntare, but It came home to tho mother
felt throuch her sin the rolrlbutory hand
rffod had touched her child.
Girl Healed Instantly.
fuIVj," said the father. "I heard a volco
Brfcf tome with greater and greater in
fctzey to go to this child 'In my name.'
Smitdlr I obeyed tho dlvlno command
leAmt to the bedside of tho sick girl,
conninded her to the care of the Di
li; Physician. Tho answer to thin prayor
iot almost In a moment an answer of
S orerithelming mercy and tho mlraclo
rfa complete cure "
ilzcther Incident among many others of
Tito Father Ignatius spoke Is perhaps
4i nol remarkablo of all. It occurred
c the Llanthony abbey was In tho
r of building
;l voi with the brothers In the garden
recreation." explained tho father.
!MM7g was brought to me of a torrl
wifdJjnt. On tho portion of the struc-
illut was In hand It was necessary
taa pp by pulleys huge masses of
g. It wns dangerous business, and
WT care was taken, but In spite of this
f?!.a aruirul thing. For somo
a i lbs blocks of masonry which were
tolsted up suddenly shifted and fell,
kT.i5 t,death the man who was work
H Ik pulleys.
-Sotorea Life to Man Killed.
Se 4th.3 J)rolncr-s ca,no running up
Jfi and told me what had happened I
alt. men. Then T ran ns hard as
K7.l5.m' cell and brought a little
KS.Vu of Lourde3 water. When 1
E t?t., e 8pot whcrc lncv had laid tho
gffta was nothing but a bruised pulp,
wfcothera were standing around looking
mmiy! lhe d.ead- There could be no
JMJ m was dead
Ki bfrwVi woul ,,aPln your hand
BKi Clrlf ou had been crushed
Rtnin R..f.r, ma!,onrV that fell upon
Ha I. i 11 1 10, ,olvll command was
lSrfniMs?E,nklcd thc nor mangled
a to arlBe
ISSthn,' 11 dlr1 fio-"y. more. The
IWafff1" V1Ul0Ut 60 much ns
Jlb K:nd Yoil Alffays Bougfil
KvSM Better and steadior
W'S'?rrh0 ?l?ck exchange
ol Lai;aIn mainly under the
KSnc iiHle1,iAme.r,?an market, and,
theVbn10?1 "uctualloiw In tho
W l a? VCi ,?r ser'o"3 trouble wtis
B"r??nW' l'fQctory. Busl
! l5Mft rcsU-leted. but ihcro
rmtnU , WoiifcU ns 10 Probable
te" ii5ted llt1 than might
P DEATHS OF ONE DAY.
of senator Clark of Montana
BLQ Plres Suddonly.
'S'n.l?00- W Mrs. Mary
R Clark arTcT f, Senator ArU
Rf,atr homo In ."m0"! Clark' dIod
R1! tut thrro tln ClV; aCter nn
W if1 year, 0irftyc-. Mra- Clark
feWffi San F?an-
Bin "ald00rfa d Proprietor of
a Way i?I lmt cIl'. d'cd In
Kth. m,n,th ago for ?hmo 10 Los An.
is in those three
WooUblnti clrclo No. 41 mot In rrjjulnr form,
with Guardian NclRhlwr Con Ivy In the choir.
All ofneors and siiyrdn present. Thorn vji
ono card prenontod for iiieinbershlp and wo
had two Inlllutlons. On next TuoUny evo
nlnr. Dcconiber 20. tho clrclo will hnvp IU
oicjr. Wo will havo ji varloty of nlco funcv
work which will mako nlco Christmas pre
p.ntR A fln programme haa alw been pro
pnred. and na thort- will bo no ntlmllon
clmrgcd wc csiiect n hirse crowd. Wo will
rnfllo tho shawls of Neighbors Mehso and
Fahy. and all nclKhbors holdlnc tlckom rhould
innko It a ialnt to bo present.
I-oyul American assembly No. 3 hold Its
rcrruhir mectlnK, with Citizen "W. M. San
derson In tho chair, pro tern. Wo had a
very nlco meeting und oloctcd our officers for
the onuulnc terms. This ofilcors olected to
tho dirrerent chairs wcro n follows- Kx-Prcs-ldnnt,
William Sanderson; president. Erie
MntHen; secretary. A. L. Conloy; prclato. Lulu
Parsons; ecnrcnnt. May Kempt; guard. Hyruni
Johanscn. Wo fcl proud of. our new ofilcors.
for wo know they havo tho bacltbonu to as
Hlst tho citizens In punhlnif our order to tho
front. Citizen Hosolall inado a vorj- Inter
esting talk for the pood of tho order, which
Avon much appreciated by all present. Our
next regular mectlns will bo on Friday, Jan
uary 6. Wo request all citizens to bo present.
Installation of Lynds Chapter.
At tho annual Installation of ofllcers of
Lynds chapter No. 1. O. E. S.. at itasonlc
ball, the following wore lnstalNl. Mrs. T.
J. Nlppor. worthy matron; Richard L. Con
oly. worthv patron; .Mm. J. B. Graham, n.
Hoclnto matron; Itrs. Mary a. Wrluht. secre
tary; Mrn. .T. E. Bovorldce. trcttNurer; Mrs.
S. Ii. Klnir, conrluctrcsji; Mrs. L, M. May, as
Koclate conductress; Mrs. W. P. Coopor, Adah;
Miss Jennlo Breckon. Ituth; Miss Nellie Glca
bon. Enlbor; Miss Ada. Klnnoy. Martha; Mrs
C. F. SpauldinK. Electa, Mrs. lOile M. Tay
lor, chaplain: Mm. H. H. Benedict, wnrder.
Miss Nolllo Cannlnc, marshal. Mrs. H. M.
Cushlng, orsanlsi; John F. Ilardle. sentinel.
At thc conclusion of tho ceremonies a ban
Muet was served that ha nvcr been ex
celled fllnco the orgailzatlon of Lynda chap
ter, and was pronounced ono of tho most
cordial events of the season.
As tho contest for members Inaugurated
omo time ago Is fast drnwlnc to u cloao.
Rreut activity has been manifest anions thc
hustlers during the post week. Just now tho
two sides nra about oven nnl tho race from
this on will be quite lively. During tho week
the committee appointed to arrange for tho
prlzo to bo awarded to tho ono holding tho
lucky number at tho Christinas ball, Dccem
t.er 2t, has made an excellent s-lcctlon. Thc
Chrlstmau ball promises to bo a great suc
cess, as there is a very- large number of tick
ets out. .
Order of Washington.
Last Wednesday evening was the election of
officers, and on account of the flection the
Initiation of candidates was postponed until
next Wednesday evening, when all members
are requested to be present.
Sco Lily lodgo No. 2. T. F. B., will hold
ItH regular meeting In A. O. U. W. hall on
Tuesday evening. December 20. As has been
th custom at every meeting pf late, therp
will be a number of new applications to act
upon and a number te Inltlato. This lodge,
as well as tho other lodges of the order in the
State, has made a rapid and steady Increase
of memborshlp during tho last two months.
G. A. B.
Georzo It. Maxwell iost No. R, G. A. R..
will hold Us regular meeting Thursday. De
cember 22, In Federation hall, corner Fourth
South and Stato streets. A good attendanco
Is hoped for.
Women of Woodcraft.
Salt Lake clrclo No. MO, Women of Wood
craft, had a largely attended meeting. Com
mittees from Silver Maplo. Woodbine and Salt
Lake circles met to complete arrangements to
banquet the head of our noble order. Mrs.
C C. Vanorsdale, grand guardian neighbor,
fvhlcli occurs on Silver Maplo meeting night.
January" 13. In Odd Follows' hall. Tho oc
casion will bo tho Joint Initiation of nil can
didates taken In the thrro circles during thc
"gnt-busy" campaign. The prlzo Is a hand
some' banner, plvcn to the clrclo which has
tho largest number of applications during tho
campaign Keep your oyo on the bnby circle,
Four vards wore presented and four mem
bers Initiated at our last meeting.
Modern Woodmen of America.
Excelsior camp No. 10.S32 met last Thursday
evening aind held ono of tho most successful
meetings of the year. Neighbors Levy and
Rothwell gavo tho camp h genulno surprise
by coming dressed In regular uniform. The
boys appreciated the fact that those neighbors
wanted to sco a drill team In thc camp, and
promptly ordered eight more sultB. . Neighbors
nre requested to come out next meeting night
and Wlp push tho good work along. All vis-
Itlng neighbors welcome.
Ladies of the Maccabees.
Banner hive will hold Its regular nwlcw
Tuesday at C:30 p. ni. A full attendanco Is re
quested to mako arrangements for tho In
stallation of officers.
Women's Helief Corps.
George B. Mnocwoll W. B. C. Avlll hold Its
regular meeting noxt Wednesday afternoon at
2:30. Members will ploaso turn out. Officers
wcro olected at tho last meeting as follows:
President, Mrs. Showaker; Bcnlor vice-president.
Mrs. Owen: treasurer. Mrs. Norton:
conductor, Mrs. Harvey, press corrcsiwndent,
Mary B. Harden.
Thero will be a regular rovlow of Bait Lake
City hlvo No. t Tuesday ovrnlng. December
20. when' all members arc requextod to at
tend to transact buslnojui foe lhe good, of mem
bers and tho order.
I. 0. O. F.
Canton Colfnx. No. 1. Patriarchy Militant,
held a cantonmont of Interest last Tut-sduy
night. Tho annual election of ofllcora rosultod
as follows: P. A. Slinpkln. commandant; S. J.
Wormdahl. lieutenant: A. M. Pendleton, en
sign; C. O. Dalnsworth, clerk; S.
M. Lce, accountant. The dcgro
wan conferred on two patriarchs from
Park City who enmo down for this special
purpose. The Iristattntlon of office next
month will bo of particular Interest
The mooting of Golden Bulo oncampmont
No. 2 tomorrow night should Iks well attended,
ait tho election of officers will then tako placn.
Good, jvctlvo officers mean a progressive on
campmont; therefore. let every member bo
Oqulrrh encampment No. 1 held a short meet
ing losL Tuesday In order that the cunlan
could uso the 1111110 hall und tboro having boon
no matters of Importance to bo presented.
Never falllnir remedy for Itching
At any drug; store.
Royal Brcaa la pure; every loaf bear
our label with the crown. At all
grocero and flret-clatu? restaurants.
MAJ. HOOPER'S HECOKD.
Sorved Through. War, and. Has Been
Bailroading Since 1868.
An Interesting official is Major a. K.
Hooper, general passenger agent of thc
Donver .c Rio Grando syslom. (Major
Hoopor served with gallantry through tho
war of the Rebellion, enlisting n a private-
In 1SG1 and attaining; promotion until
he became lieutenant, but his record
shows that In May. 1SGI. he was acting
Major of his battalion. Ills war record Is
a ong ono suid ho personally took part In
many of tho exciting buttles and episodes
of those years. ,
lie wnB first made general passenger
agent of tho Monon Mnrch 1, 1J&S. ami
ever since that time ho has been at the
head of tho passenger department of some
road without the loss of a s nglo day a
pay Ho went to the Fort Wayne, tho
Hannibal & St. Joe. and twonty-ono years
ago came to the Denver & Rio Grando.
Tills Is a service of thirty-six years In tho
harness and thc Major Is Just ns eager to
get the business and run. quick trains aa
Ho Is known and liked all over the coun
try and Is always trying to lmptovo tho
passenger conditions of his road.
FOR YOUR MONEY
That's what you can get at my store.
The- above statement Is not simply talk,
but straight facts.
Ladles' JJIpln or Wallham "Watches. In
Jv-year guaranteed gold filled- ensea
FROM $12.00 UP.
Men's 12 nizf Blgln or Waltham. In 20
year guaranteed gold filled open face
FROM S12.00 UP.
Men's 12 jilze, ljilfrln or "Wnltham. in 20
ycar guaranteed, gold filled hunting ,
FROM $14.00 UP.
A good Swiss movement. In American
guaranteed gold tilled cases, f6r'the
LOW PRICEr OF S10.00.
Fine grade Watches, in lino gold filled
and solid 11-k gold cases, Diamonds,
Rings. Chains, Iiockcta, Brooches.
Bracelets, Opera Glasses, and many
other things In the jewelry line. ' A lot
oC lino Sctlf Thomas Clocks at
Frc m my lowest marked price. T sell
good, reliable goods at tho lowest possi
ble price. I GUARANTEE MY CJOODS.
SAL SICKLE, The Jeweler
75 EAST SECOND SOUTH STREET,
Between Commercial and Stato streets.
i ni inmr ui i i m i r f "i" 'ir
CEREAL FOOD COFFEE
!J. W. CURRIE, 1
ASS AVER. I
70 W 3rd South. Salt Lake City H
Just Like Christians
Great .Botanist Evolves a
Blossom That Remains
Bunch, Picked Year Ago, as Perfect
I dn Color and Form "as
: . u
SANTA- ROSA, Doc. IS. Tho Examiner
stated recently that ono of Luther Bur
bank's greatest achievements In thc evolu
tion of plant llfo la tho "thornlcss cactus."
Here Is something even moro wonderful In
tho realm" of flowers. It Is an cvcr-bloom-Ing
flower, one that, after It has been
plucked and arranged In bouquets, will
remain just as radiant for all time, winter
and summer nllke. This Is -Burbank's
greatest achievement in at last bringing
to perfection an "everlasting" real flower,
through another of those tireless experi
ments of yeans This Is tho first Introduc
tion of an Immortelle. There Is a Bouquet
of these flowers In Luther Burbnnk'H li
brary on Santa Rosa avenue Tho flowers
were plucked In tho Burbank garden a
venr ago, and their hlosHoms wcro kept aa
bright and fresh as If they had Just been
nipped from th plant. Burbank has
evolved this flower after careful crossing,
rccrowlng and selection from a half-hardy
annual which wns discovered In West
Central Australia another Instance whero
a floral gom has been propagated from the
weed flower of the bush and plain of Aus
tralia. Ho has named It tho "Australian
Ho Bays, In an announcement he has
proparcl entitled "Homo Valuable Novel
ties for !ifcX." thp.t thiK "unique and beau
tiful plant grows reudily from seed In any
ordinary garden soli, preferring a rather
sandy loam. It blooms early In thc soa
son and continues to bloom for a long
Thc fragrant flowers nro of a peculiarly
pleasing rosy crimson shnde. somo times
approaching pure white. They are pro
duced In large, graceful clusters, which,
when cut, will retain their form and color
In perfection1 permanently, no other flower
In any way equaling It In grace and keep
Ing qualities. Tho full-gTown plants aro
about ono foot high and tho same across.
"Just think of It," said a woman who
Inrpoctcd the flowor thta afternoon. "It
means a revolution In millinery floral
adornment?. Why enn't women every
where wear tho real flowers now on their
Thc suggestion Is one that may bo read
llv adopted for there Is no reason why the
ilbwer should not make a beautiful crea
tion for tho modiste to adopt.
Burbank has no Bced to sell. Men who
handle theso creations tho world over
readily procured all that ho had (to sparo.
Next year, however, tho flowor will bloom
In a myriad of cllmcH. The "Burbank
Australia Star Flower," orJ'Ccphalltorum
Drummondl," Is hero to stay. Although
tho stem of tho flowor may dry up somo
what, tho blossoms do not fade and re
main on the stem In porfcctlon. No water
la used to keep thlB blossom blooming.
Bloodand ..Skin Puri
.J) ficrs, has wrapped
kTLj about it a complete
description of the
treatment for Blood
Poison, Scrofula, and other Constitu
tional Humors. Cures are speedy,
permanent, and economicaL
I Useful- - "j
FOR THE ' S I
' nrr.c both J
The most boautiful array of Neckwear, in all shapes, and rich
coloring's. Tho now, wide four-in-hand to bo worn with Wing col-
Ilars, seems to he the most popular, 50c, 75c, $1.00, 91-50. The large V
squares, to the tied Ascot style, and the regular Ascot, $1.00, SI. 50, 1
S2.00, 82.50 and S3.00.
FANCY SUSPENDERS, 75c to S5.00 a pair. i
Dent's, Towno's and Porrin's Glove3, SI. CO to S2.75 a-pair.. -
FANCY HOSIERY, 50c to S3.00 a pair.
Mufflers, and Dress Protectors, S1.00 to S4.00.
Smoking Jackets and Robes, one-third off. j
X WILL GRAY ERO.
153 MAIN-EAST S'DE. 1
UNDER. ELECTRIC SIGN. f
r-iMi iiiiilllyjfatt Mull' i I
I Salt Mit Brewing gompamfc
OS jSP? ' Bolnff of a superior quality, io rapidly taMig ' t
fdV aN he P08 of Eatni importations, L .fe H
; tfn'fiOTSwT' lma prioo as our other bsands. Try it.' f;
f KSHTUOKY IiIQUOB CO., S
WHtoS Rwidsnt Retail Argai9l h
j " r&i&am0 i ffelp!wni 231.
I O A fV'l Ml FX BR.AND
flMfLUIv 1 BUTTER
I For five cents per pound we guarantee you will neve. have any bad
1 butter. It costs only thl much more than other brands to get Haze. iut
1 which not only carrleB this guarantee, but gives you thc best butter
H made. It costo but a trifle per meal; why not have the beBt?
I Paost 6reamery & Supply So.
I 241 MAIN ST. I
NOTICE TO WATER-USERS.
State Engineer's Offlco, Salt Lake City,
Utah. No ' 17. 1MI
Notice Is hereby given that C H. Glbbs
whose poBtofflce address Is S2S Third East
street, Salt Lako City. Utah, has mado
application In accordance with tho re
quirements of chapter 100 of thc Scsalon
Laws oj Utah 1903, to appropriate one
half Ojr) necond-foot of thc water flowing
from Bay City mine tunnel, which nat
urally Hows Into Little Cottonwood creek,
In Salt Lako county. Utah, Said water Is
to be dlvorted by means of a flumo nnd
pipe, at a point which bears approximate
ly south G7 degrees enst, and Is distant
abojt sixteen hundred (1600) feet from the
southwest corner of the noutheast quarter
of flection 32, township ? ouih. rango 3
east, Salt Lako baso and meridian, irom
where tho water will be conveyed through
said flume nnd pipe for a distance of about
four thousand (ltOO) feet, and there used
from January 1 to Docembor 31. lnclu
eIvc. of each yenr for milling lead,, silver
and copper ores at the Superior Alta mine,
nltuatod In Little Cottonwood mining dis
trict, and to provldo wator for steam
boilers, for Arc protection for tho plant
and for tho domestic use of tho employees
of said mine. About flvc-hundredths
(6-100) of a accond-foot of thc wator will
be consumed, and the remainder of It will
ho conducted to a nettling pond, where It
'will be clarified and then roturned to iho
natural channel of Little Cottonwood
creek, at a point about four thousand live
hundred (1600) foet southwest of tho point
All protests against tho granting of said
application, stating tho reasons therefor,
must bo made by nffldavlt In dupllcato.
nnd filed In this office within thirty (30)
days after tho completion of tho publica
tion of this notice.
A. P. DOREMUS.
Dato of first publication November IS,
date of completion of publication, Do
cember 13 c!173
Annual Mooting of Stockholders.
Tho annual meotlng of tho stockholders
of tho Kclth-O'Brlen company will bo
held at tho offlco of the company, room
No. 100. David Keith building, In Salt
Lake City. Salt Lako county, Utah, on
Tuesday, January 17, 1905, at 2 o'clock p.
m , for tho election of ofllcers and tho
trnnHactlon of such other business as
shall lawfully como boforo It.
B. G. KIDDJ3R, Secrotarv.
Salt Lako City, Utah, December" 15.
UNION ASSAY OFFICE,
M. S. HANAUER. Manager.
Removed to 152 South W. Temple.
BAMPLEB BY MAIL A2D EXPRESS
will reculvo prompt attention. Analytical
work u apocialty. tJend for prlc Umu '
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
court of the State of Utah. In and for Sait
Lako county. In tho matter of tho appli
cation of the Golden Star Mining & Mill
Ing company, a corporation organized ,
and existing under thc laws of tho State
of Utah, lo bo dissolved. j
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF COR- I
Notice Is hereby given that application
has been made by and In behalf of tho
board of directors of the Golden Star
Mining & Milling company, a corpora
tion, organized and existing under the
. laws of tho Stato of Utah, having Its I
offlco or principal plnco of business at
Salt Lako City, In Salt Lako countv. Stato
of Utah, for an order of this court dis
solving said corporation. Said applica
tion was filed on tho 12th day of Decem
ber, 190t, and an order of court has
been mnde thereon by Honorable C. W
Morso. Judge of said court, directing tho
said application bo Hied with the Clork
and that tho undersigned. Clerk of cald
court, glvo notice of such application bv
publication for a period of thirty-live (35)
dayp said period expiring on January
IS, 1905 In the Salt Lako Dally Tribune,
a newspaper having general circulation
In said Salt Lake county, within which
time any person may nlo his objections to
aald application. This notlco Is published
pursuant to suld order.
(Seal) JOHN JAMES.
County Clerk and Clerk of tho District
Court. Salt Lako County. Utah.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Dated December 12th. 1901. dlOlS
NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLD
Notlco lo hereby glvon that at a speclnl
meotlng of tho stockholder of tho Fish
Springs Mining company a corporation
of Utah. Is called and will bo hold at
thc offlco of tho company. Room 300 Atlas
block, Went Second South stroot, Salt
Lake City, Utah, on Thursday, January
12, 1905, at 3 o'clock p. m. of that day,
for tho purposo of ratifying, adopting
and approving tho action of tho Board of
Directors of tho corporation In authoriz
ing tho nalo and conveynnco of nil tho
mining and other property of tho cor
poration, granting an option to purchase
samo for $10,000, and leasing the prop
erty during tho llfo of tho agreement
and option A cqpy of tho leaso, agro
mcnt and option Is on fllo with W. M. !
Bradley, Scrctary of thc company, at tho
office nbovo named and subjoct to Inspec
tion by any utockholder.
By order of iho Board of Directors,
FISH SPRINGS MINING CO..
By John Morehouse, President.
I DIAMONDS 1
' I Diamond Work. j;
I Watch Work. f
1 JEWELkY I
1 Jswelry Work. I
I 259 SO. MAIN. I'
New Jttd elegant In all Ifcn appointments
K0 rooms, xixtglo cc on milto, IX rooms trltft
itotfa. (X. C cldi&CJL i?rorlI jc
The Way of the World
lo Via the
"THE DIRECT LINE"
FROM UTAH TO
Kansas City. St. Joe, Chicago, GalveB
ton. El Paso, also to mining camps and
health resorts of New Mexico and Ari
zona. 3 TRAINS DAILY 3
For Passenger and Freight rates
freo literature and all otherl Information
C. F. WARREN, General Agent
The Atchison, Topeka &, Santa Fe Rail
way Co., Salt Lake City, Utah.
COLORADO-UTAH SHOltfF "fclMB
TO ST. LOUIS.
Throuch car. Salt Lako Ciisr Q St.
Louis and Kansas City. Only ono oong
io New York, Buffalo and principal polnj
Cast low rates for summer travoL
Especial attention to ladles pjut chil
dren. Tourist aleeporn through to Chicago,
SSuton and other pcislj vdthcat canncc
Two trains dally.
InqiUra at ticket ornco. iC3 Ifoory blocl:.
Bait Lako City. Any inrormatlon cheer
fully given. H. C. TOVTNSEND.
0. P & T. A. Missouri Pactflo St
! A Delightful Place to Virit. !
j A Piofltablo Placa U ,
j Greatest Play Ground on Earth.
ft Famous Places Which Everyone- i';
; Wants to See. ij
Invest In a Ticket to CAHJTOR- '
I NIA and Seouro Rich Dlvidonda in 5
HEALTH. PLEASURE A2D ;
j Mountains. Valleys. Rlvora, Lolcca t
S nnd Ocean Reached by tho it
I Southern Pacific
D For descrlptlvo and lllurtrcuvo
llterarar? call at No. 201 Main v
Street, Efelt Lake Cltj'.
ij p. R. GRAY. Qenarol Agont fej
WjljfiSffl THE TABLE
KjrWkj!JJ In Effecl v
mfmi$sd&&i Dec. 4, 1904.
Prom Ogdcn, . Portland.
Butte, San Francisco, Chi
cago. St. Louis, Omaha,
and Denver. 8:40 a.m
From Ogdm and Intermedi
ate polpts 9:20 a.m
From Ogden, Cache Valley,
and intermediate points.... 11:55 a.m.
From Ogdcn. Chicago. St.
Louln, Kansas City, Oma
ha, Denver and San Fran
c'flco 4:45 p,m.
From Ogden, Cache Valley.
SU Anthony, Portland and
San Francisco 7:4.0 p.m.
For- Ogden, Omaha, Chicago,
Denver, Kansas City and
St. Louis 7.-00 a.m.
For Ogden. Portland. St. An
thony, San Francisco and
Intermediate points 10:20 a.m,
T"or Ogden, Omaha, Chicago,
Denver. Kansas City. St.
Louis and San Francisco.. 1:10 p.m,
For Ogden. Cacho Valley.
Denver, Kansas City. Ckl
ba, St. Louis and Chlcngo.. 5:45 p.m.,
For Ogden. Cache Valley,
Butte. Helena. Portland,
San Francisco and' interme
diate points 11:45 p.ru
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Traffic Mgr.
D. E. BURLEY, G. P. & T. A.
D. S. SPENCER. A. G. P. & T. A.
City Ticket office, 201 Main street.
San Pedro, Los An- r?t'fy
geloa & Salt Lako OU"y
R. R. Co. a-
From Oregon Short Line dopot,-S3lt XiSfes,
For Provo. Lehl. airfield
and Nephi. . Mantl aDd
points on Sanpoto Valley
p.y j : 8:00 a.m.
For ' Garfield Beach. Tooele,
Stockton. Mammoth, Eu
reka and Silver City 7:45 a.m-.
For Provo. American Fork,
Lchl, Juab, Mllford. Frisco,
Callente3 and Intermediate
points 6:05 p.m. .
From Provo, American Fork,
Lehl. Juab, Mllford. Frisco,
Callentea and intormcdlato
points '9:45 a,m.
From Provo. Lehl, Fairfield.
' Mercur and Sanpete Valley
Ry. points - 5:35p.m
.From Silver City. Mammoth,
Eureka, Stockton. Tooele
and Garfield Beach '5:35 p.m.
Dally Pullman BufTct Sleeping Car Ser
vice between Salt Lake. Mllford, Mcdena.
Direct stage connections for all mining
districts In southern Utah and Nevada.
City Ticket Offlco, 201 Main. Street.
! E. W. GILLETT. J. L. MOORE.
Gcn'l Pass. Agt. Dlst. Pass. AgU
In Effect October 9, 1904
LEAVE SALT LAIvB CITY.
No. 10-For Heber, Provo and
Maryovalo 8:00 a. m.
No. 1U2 For Park City S;15 a m.
For Denver and East 8:&0 a. m.
Ito. &-For Ogden and West 10:E0 a. m
JSo. 1 For Ogden and West l:-i5 p. in.
0. 2 For Denver and East 3:15 p. m 1
2So. 8For Provo and Eureka... C.OO p. in
i1 For Ogden and local pts. 0:05 p. m.
o. 4 For Denver and East S.05 p. nui
No. S For Ogden and West.'....ll:i0 p. m.l
o. 112 For Bingham 8:10 a. m.1
No. Ui For Bingham S:00 p, uul
ARRnrE AT SALT LAKE CITY,
No. C From Ogden and tho East 8;40 a. nru;
No. 12 From Ogdcn and local
points 10:25 a. m.,
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo. 10:00 a. m,
No. D From Denver and East..l0;t0 a. m.
,N 1 From Denver and East.. 1:35 p. va.f
1N0. 2 From Ogden und West.. 3:0G p. m.
No. 101 From Park City 6:15 p. m
,No. 9 From Heber, Provo and
' Marysv&lo 6:00 p. m.
No. i From Ogden and tho West 7:65 p. m.
No. 3 From Denver and Bast... 11:80 p. m
No. 113 From Bingham 10:M a. m..
No. UG From Bingham 6;-I0 p. m.
All trains except Nos. 1 to G atop at ln-J
Ticket offlco. Dooly block.
I. A. BENTON. O. A. P D.
The LgooB R&ad
Salt Lake & Ogden Railway.
Tim Tfthlo in Effect Spt 6, 904.
LEAVE SALT LAKE, 6:30 and 0 &. nu,
8:S0 and 6:30 p. m.
LEAVE FARMINGTON AND LA
GOON. 7:30 and 10 a. in.. 4:30 and 6:i0 p. m.
Extra trains at 31 a. m. and 1:20 p. is. oa
Oundayo and holldayo.
A. D. PIERSON, Gon'l Pass. Ant.
1. B. BEAN. Excuralon Agt.
OFFICE. 1SLH.4JN BT
To Chicago Every Bay ! I
1 THRO STAWDARD SLEEPING CAR
I VIA THE SCENIC R'OUTE jj .
I Leave Ogden at 2:15 or Salt Lake Ciiy at
W 3:15 p. ni., today; spend tomorrow riding through lj
i lhe wonderful Kockies; visit Denver from 4 p. in. '
K to 10:IJ5 p. in.; then return to your car and "take U
U it easy" until you reach Chicago, at 7 :2Q.the third . . K
morning af I er leaving home. " k
An interesting (rip and an easy, comfortable
onel Let me tell you nfore about it. ( . .,
K' T' NESIj'EN Clenorol Agent, ji
lP 79 W. SECOND SOUTH ST.,