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IXKSETCET EVENIXG TEWS VEDNESDAT yOTETSntril 10 1S7 a I
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U S District Attorney Gets a Bullet
irvaial
In His Head
fiRED BY A 16YfAROLD BOY
SHOT S
1A1 Woo Too I 1tlmo lilt It III In Slater
oJAIolHil The atcrml to
Kill Hit rather
Nev Nov 0The entire
Carton Nov
tied and shocked
tiafl teen starteu nn <
tAt late this afternoon of
murder
lbe
11 Jones United Slates dls
A
hirlw
C dcarlerially by JulIn Guinan tbe
Inct I earold son of II ollknown
loul phlclon
I phytilianc l with
Tbe promln < nce of nil connected
the peculiar aUondant clr
the affair uilI tre
ldenncs ot Ihe
a
co on d thc su <
ccmltaRgknIt ono 01 I hel lOut mensa
happening In Ihe history uf
IlouAI I
Itda death wo cauRed hy catibuillet
Jon In Ih head and for a tlrno I
sound urruund1 every clrculO
mylr cnncttd Ill tho SIS ituJ
IIce
It as SUIPO < thai Jones
Ort
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mmllted ulcltle hut it weapon
belg I d found on hi a person nor orIll a
vc I I I I R
i th his dea it beers called
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Gdun1na not ler surrendered itud ell hlrr a erorO tl6l
JjjirlS i Slice and confe sued to the
11 g tAlelOeut bf the youth ho Is 1 I
The tho cllect thAI I Ira
I to
OIV IA jlI O Itil Ila IM
au ia prlur 10 Ih shooting le hod
medlAlely
cbsersW hi stole lIllklng 10 Jones
D till omhl is rather I had forbidden
clllon whn he sow Dr Oulnon
nliellovirig trouble 10 be
pprooehlng
lo when Iho I Iwo lOon ijhould
en Jhe rnenn
the I 0 procuro II Wlncheler
meot tatlonSd himself at a window
ad
nne for tb a ad purloc a he says ot 10
his fathr
Itlng
Dr Guinan
tpon emunterlnl < Jon
10 hlto This I the losl 11m I
said
hall ever orn ynu kIlnG
compAn 1th my daughter
jeed at tho doctor In com
Ill cozz
gold U > OIl his wornillg and ellppd
hand Into hi right hand pock < l
hi
JullA tale that luvlng often heard
bl lAther threolcn to 111 Jone and
tnVltTi heen Informed 1 tint thc dls
carried 0 n
Incl attorneY olwllY <
Vern hlch ho ldleOd from Jones
motion was nboul to be drawn Ihe I
bov nred at Jones In nntlclpallon S of an
nttack ulion his father
Jones fell forwnrd dead the bullet
from the rlflo having entered above
hU right ejc and paused out at the
roik bihlnd Miss Oulnnn seeing
Jonet fall threw herself upon him and
unbraced the dead bOdy
Who the coroner took charge of the
pmalns Joness hand wes still In his
ialet hut no weapon wo found
Jones wan about 33 years old was
married and left a widow and child
at life ham In Hno whence lie com
this morning pn olllclnl business lIe
vas neceArllyln Coron much of the
time and while here his attentions to
tits Guinan occasioned so much talk
that Dr Uulnnn had been nRiraatcd
Into making the threats ngalncl Jonei
stitch Imllrcclly led to s1J murder by
the doctors son
Jim s Per ft 1 liS district attorney
during one 01 the mot stormy crim
Inal tmFlons held In I the United States
court III Nevadathe prosecution and
conviction 01 those concerned la Ih
rubberles at the United Stales mint
JIBS > VtKH AIm C lItInN
Hide Imlrp Tiirturo oil tile Iollco Y
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TI 1311th11ork
New York Nov DThe lIerold tn
Morro MIR any Imonuel Friend
I coa1 for M In A n goals Nock u no at
the Harlem opera house lot night It
I I I I I noticed ulien lie come Into the
loU that he appeared nervous and
mitM Ilia extreme nenolln
j caused foun comment md he re
I marked casuall that lie had just come
y
I from a long ol interv letv with Ills client
1 Ills YoYk ilo Pat half thc ploy
I through and on coming nut mid
Tra I XAek hAs conrc That Is I all
I can say She has confessed and will
I
II ro on the stand tomorrow against
Thorn 1 cannot talk about tile matter
any further I havi modc a solemn
promle or secrecy The Is no ue 01
j trrlng 10 S i any one ele Icn Ir
I III one doe not know The few others
tiho do know ore pledged to secrecy its
I Am I hAII go home dlconnecl my
telephone And refuse 10 a ee ony one or
8 Fwrr any questions
Mr I Nock hnH made a full conrs
Plont hats nil I CAn SOy
The Herald will nlR o sty Mrs All
nitla Neck has mule a full confession
I Phe hid until today uttered no word
that nouM Incriminate henelf She
I had M till food the efforts made by the
I Met 10 extort front her till admllon
that the hid killed William Gulden
PuPpe or that Ile had planned his
ath And lurel him to Woodslde
IhR Martin Thorn actually did tile
t thung
i Th woman hail bn subjectmi j to
Ihe I I ron rd flourit liy the police to
very knoun lIItho1 oC torment rite
raj been confront d by the horrid
I mniKi of flesh Pho hnd been coaxed
Vhifrllcd threatened The promise
tr f llle hnd hon held out to her ns n
retard fur a few words that would
I rely result In Thorn execution She
lad remnlned during hr Imprlonmnt
at t llee headquarters At all hours
I 1 I the day and nlsht she hail been be
llfscil but the had kept her own cOlin
rell I Now the confensed but by what
direct Influence Is I not Icoo n
Th tory that Mrs Nnek has told
and that the will be 1 culled upon to re
Peal to the Jury Is I full of dramatic In
I I trest She has described at great
Stealth I < her lle with CUildesuppe In the
i I little Hat on Ninth nvenue near Thlrl
fourth street Slut quarreled with him
I r iiii > nlly after Thorn appeared upon
the n
uRGuld nsuppo was violent and to rid
Sitting Ivrs of him she and Thorn de
I wrmnfd to kill him She Induced him
I to to to Woodtlde to Inspect a cottage
hlih the had hired na she told him
I 10 niluct her business os n Midwife
Phe lient him upstairs alone rind when
he hed shots she knew Thorn had
I wrrlnl out his promise
The greatekt difficulty was to MASS
1 rate t tho traces of the murder Tire
Oly 1 Ian that appeared saf Id sure
was to cut the mollls Into Crogmut
I ml1 enough to Ile carried Away with
I OQI suspicion When the packages had
I I fen r Pl < pared Afro Nock rind Thorn
sih ryo
It r rod a outrey In tire city and drove
t ooiltlde They threw some tf their
nilleft into the niist river but ere
ell frightened by the approach of
J it ock hand on the ferryboat r and drove
on until they found an unfrequented
I IH I > t 10 leave what remained The die
1 Sy of tit h w with
j t I 4 it few days by herarfrollawed
PtgRrdlng the alleged caneaston of
I Urn 1 Nock the fJdmn I alto print
Ills filloning Interview District At
I torney Jloaliky said I left Mr
Young only ten minutes ago and ho
know nothing r the confession I I do
nut know how Mrs Nock could have
I J lade the ojleeed I confession J have
Il
to
ward
nothing whatever about It from
1 any J bath source Thorn and Wa Mrs Nock We to convict can do
i I w beyond doubt However If rite has
ed
SltS confession It may have bPen
0 Ur Imanuel Filend NVe are going
oht oh in tl ln f
the morning to prove our case In
tit a
uiual way
tel1 I IIIIdm In Thorn r Ilowe said at senior the Park counsel AV for u
wui totiighti This li Lroclouesn J
had tho most perfect dcfensi over pre
sent < lln court 1 am uturl at a loss
undelobindt
I 0c understand how any lawyer NIth
thc entire olno if of oydence against
Ira Nack would hov sanctioned her
moklnlt a
ocull confession lot An
aunllnll that bot to be true AN hlch
I dcn I 10 I 0 for o It I may tmplkat
1horll If I die firlor
It dool In any way I here
wa no evidence In thf possession of
the district attorney to show
< that Xs
Nack was aril thine more than acres
sory utter the fact It Ouldensuppe was
killed by the way attilbuted
Sheriff Doht Pays he knows nothing
or A SlY confession made 1 by Mrs Nnck
lie stated howevei that Mr Friend
was close led M I Ih A Ir Nock for u long
time this 0onlng
51111113 ot Salt I A it It In I
Walla Walla Wash Nov 9A prize I
fight for a purse of ro took pHce this
morning at dasbrrnk on n farm neAr
the state lint six 1 miles south of here
between Cassidy of Sin Francisco and
Murphv of Ball Lake A large crowd
from Wnlln Walln Iendleton 1 and Ia
Itro tie saw the richl 1 though the af
fair was kept ery quiet The men
were evenly tnttehcd Cn ldy welsh
Ing 145 Pounds unit < 1 Murpb 150 llf
Ien lounl la were loughl UII from the
flrsl loundVntTdy bll1 the best of itl
knocking Murphy down In I nearly every
round In tho llfteenth round when
Cntsldy hnd Murphy nlrnnnt done for
h i lei itao Murrhy nn openlnc nnd Ihe I
lattir landed 1 n terrific rlsrhthnnd lit low
on lAl 1 ya chin knncklnrt him nut
Murnhy wnn badly punlrhed vMo
CAFIh Showed naive few mj Roon
niter the fight endvl th prlnclplo 119
nplleAreol on1 the otllc a are now look
Ing for them
INDIANS S WEltE UXAInIED
They Tell How Somq Them Were Murdered I
by Colorado Wardens
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The ttt d
llidmiu Ouns 1 ere Sit I llilrTo
ptc During tlin SJtuullng
White Hocks Utah Nov 9LIut
Cavanough aha a detachment of cav
airy are stationed here for the pur
pose ot suppressing any excitement
which might result from the recent af
fair of game wardens nid Utcs and to
report piomptly any small parties at
tempting to leave the leacrvatlon
Today at 2 clock says a Salt Lake
Tribune tpulal of today Chief Sowa
wick Uncle Sam II brother ot ogle or
the muldvitd Indian Ingltchn Sior
IngititchenSter
ne of those who escaped from the 111
rated 1 camp and over forty other White
Itlvcrs came and decided to talk with
LUut Ciivanaugh Tile lieutenant has
no authority toInvestigate the affair
of tho wardens but no government of
tlclll havlliB appealed on the hcenc
thus far the Indians decided to tell
their story to him
Mar It will be remembered wns the
can I who told your correspondent the
story of the killing when hu party was
met by r troop shortly after that
event Today he spoke first and veri
fied his pi ev lout statement by telling
somev hat more fully the same stor >
Yurnhutz I the other Indian who
escold from the scene of the difficulty
Sold his story 1110 and from the noln
Nhere he met S tar at amp their
stories tot I led exnctly Thy were not
together until that time hwlng hunted
slorulely that daY They were LOlh
c = ttlelallthut thai there we
nt least twntynv e woleIs Thom >
sun as the onlymon 1 Ihy Idntlned
hy name but thy were certain Ihat
thy can Identify al east live others
by Ight They again Insisted Iht I
none of the Indiana engaged in hbei at
fair I were armed all of the guns being
In I thlr tp P
At the conclusion of the story of the
two Indian Ileut Cavanaugh ex
preened regret that its affair had oc
cuircd and elated that doubtless thc
Investigation would I adjust the matter
He told the Indians that their course of
returning quietly to the reservation
had been admirable and that they
would surely get Ju llce
Uncle Sam thanked Lieut Cavanaugh
for his remarks and said that all of
his people Ih Whit Hlvero would
wall patiently fur the Invtlgotlon
Pireto
hut he xpreod n dslre 10 be present
lit Ile execution of the white men At ho
had kllld his brother A nphw at
RhlmOllcr Ihe old Indian who WII s
1lllel I lold of his own rind Ilia Prop V e
peaceful intentions and ontcd an In
tlilotion
lhe meeting ndd Nltll a decidedly
IInlluo odd call h Dullwoo a Utntob
agney addr Iceman 110 bought that
the ILL may of settling the affair
mould 10 10 dllnt a Aarden Into the
hands or IIr another to Uncle Rom
arid ytt another to ShllOarlrr nephw
10 hc doll mith os One Indiana tie
olrd Ile was Inform thaI Nhile
thl ouI douhtl I eas satisfy the In
dian Idea or Justice It did not exactly
coincide with the white man way
The meeting then adJourn with ex
prceslons of gopd will on both sides
Trrv Culture lprrliurnt
Washington Nov 9 n K Ternow
chief or the division of forestry of the
agricultural department In tits annual
repnt 10 Screary Wilson OIlS the
prlnclplIl oecregryrrWilson during the
ear veto In e planting on the plains
and Invtlgntlons In timber phjslcs
unit biology In tree planthlG Ilve oil 1
dltlon1 experiment stations were nU
slotln Tex Still
Iholzd al Cal go a
water Okl I Logon Utah Cr3ilktoll
Minn and OrullIl Rapids Mich The
total area now lu permanent 1lonto
lions at all xprlmnlo stations Is 1
GARTERS
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tilting t > H fcnnrt I r C 1 1 r I Sit 1
they A ml prof M comet 1J I luor a I twineett =
Umoo 100 Ih c0ri rclaw ill boolL
Leon K they only cured
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Schillings Best baking powder is all
that biking powder should bemore than
baking powder ever was before rtv sAsk
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Ask your grocer WW6A c
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I Schillings Best bakri g powder and tea are
because they are moneyback
Whit U i the niissiiiR orei l1cot SAFE although iilmfi Nest baking
iowdcr still tea at e safe
Get Sh 71inzs Rest baking Iodcr or tea al our rrocers I1ke out the
ticket In odnklng powder yellow ticket in tile
fckct hro11 > ct every package
tea send a ticket with each word to address below before December 31SI t
Until oct ° ber ijlli Iwo words allowed for every ticket after that only ono I
word for cv cry ticket
If only one person finds the word tint person gets Jiooo oo If several find
It f 3000 oo w ill be equally divided among them
Ever t > no sending a brown or jellow ticket will receive n set of cardboard
creeping bi hiM at the end of the contest Those send nf three or more In one
emelope w ill receive un if98 pocket calendar no advertising on it These
cieepinr ba 010 nnd poclct calendars will be different front the ones offered in
the last cunt est
Bet ter cut these rules out au
A dress MONEYBACK SAN FRANCISCO
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Ocr COO acres IroC Fernow My
many of the moot Important timbers
are still unknown as 10 their quality
Specialty IlIcn COAst timbers mhIch
soon will have 10 be us by the East
ern wood consumers when the horn
supply begins to wane Tile govern
ment the report any should furnish
reliable Information to che < k the
waste of our timbers the only hope of
PON lengthening St forest materials our supplies being of In a home more I I
Among the recommendations Is I one for
ILOOOO IIIestlgotlon to defray the expenses of timber I I
nrusliilks for Still Armor
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Onenslwro Ky Nov 9A new In
dustry started hero today with 100
employee It Is I to utilize corn stalks
o s cellulose for lining battUfchlpx Mn
rlala for making Imitation of silk
Rod for mokln clhllol1 rure among
the products Inper Is I nnother prod
a
ucl W W Olbhs I of Philadelphia Is I
resident and the ctockholdem are
easterners
aiully Quarrel Results In Mnriler
Phllndelphla Nov 9 Charles Oot
I both tho cigar maker of 20JT Lawrence
street this city this afternoon H
and fatally wounded his fatherlnl
Frederick Fritz find his son Frederick
I I ritz Jr and then shot himself In the
head U Is I thought all tlll die Tlv
booting as the result of 0 family
I quai reffIVIII
Will > ot Rush the Court 1
Wohtnglon Nov 9The state ou
thorill leg of California have asked the
department of Justice 10 hasten the
mandate or the United Stoles Su
p rem 0 Court In the Durronl mulr
co se hut the mailer Is I one will IN tell
the t to not concerned
derriment always taken In send
Slid out mandates unless the court
orders that they shall bo expedite
which Is only don upon motion
MINI US Will IJiUTlfeT
0000 Tnnn Will be So 11lhon
1reildent McKlulry
Springfield Ill Nov 9A remon
strance against allowing Chinese coal
miners 10 be Imported Into the state
roe the purpose of mining cool ot
Wilmington and other towns In place
of striking miners will be placed be
fore Governor Tanner In the nAme of
the United Min Workers of IIIIMI
If I Governor Tanner refuses In Inr
lere Secretary Ryan says the matter
wll bo carried to President McKlu
Iy
Nw Chl1 of Poll
Dnnr CoIn Nov OThe fire and
I police bOArd this afternoon appointed
John F Iorley chief of police Ile was
chief from 1880 to I6U3 and gave gener
al satisfaction
mA18 ELECTRICITY
Wolo Craft far a New ladesenit
Ga
Wasbtngton Nov 9conul Duter
at Crefldt lei many report to the
state department a < llscovI mail
there which II Is I sold rohllonlzs
the methodsor illumination 11 Is I on
Incondesnt gas A single jt of or
dinary size can emll n light of much
more than that or IOQO candle power
and tine print can he rod at a distance
oC 100 feet The Inventor Pays the
cot for n light of ICOO candle power
Is only four and One1ralf a
centiserr
rhluiht
lulur ifffle that for an ordinary l
trIo light of 400 candle power I a Ii
cents per hour
1Iro tit Jet
Hondbure Cal Nov 9Lohor
troubles ullich have been brewing here
for some time culminated blwn 8
and I oclock last flight when about
100 members of the Miner union went
In n body tu Hoxl lOin arid Irenw
tartly drole the superintendent C N
Clark and live men out of the camp
for working below the schedule uf the
union whIch is n pr day for e llIbt
hours wink
liltiethred Ills Wife
New York Nov 9Chorles Rcblg1
murdercd his wife Caroline today hy
shooting behind the left ear Death
wo Instantaneous SchlJi1 then
tried to kill himself with a shoemokr
knife hacking hla left arm anti cau
Ulu
Inll 6 severe wound Bchleeeli 10
earold son paid I that he < found 13 In
his pocket when he dressed and be
Steven U Wits put there by his father
till I lie view of throwIng suspicion
on him
> 10 Hide Viltin Again
London Nov 9A the second days
racing of the Unelleld Park November
meeting J V LoonS 2yenrold colt
Amherst rlden by Tod Blotuie the
American Jockey won the CAge Selllnt
Nursery handicap Sixteen Stories
ran
IIIlIed 11I0 WII ad IIlmoll
Ilnvlle Ky Nov 8 Andrew
Vaughn II prominent farmer and his
Ife wcre found In n lying ondillon
by neighbors this morning It Is sup
posed Vaughn became mentally un
balanced and while In thla state shot
hIs wife and then himself
w = 1 ar
LOllllon Nov DTb birthday of the
I Sir ace lOt lVales wa celebrated today
with the usual flair hoisting hell rins
ing anti nrtlllery salutes He was born
November 9 1S11
A III for 111 a looko
tome Nov DTb queen < of Italy
I has sent Cardinal tIlhbon u portrait
of herself In hr court robes with the
request that he Will send br copies of
oU his bOOR
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Business
At No 22 Main Stroot
Opposite Coop
And pays interest on deposts
desire your accnnnls
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Salt Lake City Utar
Estab toned IB52
Buys and sell eicbann makes tcltgraphto
tro Ifes 00 pooelpal cities It the United Ntiu
bad Crcpe > nd til points I on the Pacific Coast
I Is IWs I or credit nUblc In I the rlnclpal
cities of the world ape lal attention jivest
th911190foresand6tilhan Advancesald
02 41ginallnil 61 low rts
Particular attention given to collettlo
fluou I horn Utah Nd and adjoining tem
torits Accounts tollc ld
J El DOOLY Cljlor
Walker Bros
Bankers is
Established Piccrnon 10 me
1050 i I Union NationalIlini I I
A General Banking Business
I Trarisactcd
Commercial
National Bank
Capital Paid In i00000
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
DIRECTORS
Dr Theo llccr lobn 1 1 Daly O l a1p
bury Moilan C Fo Ttos Murtull W P
Noble Gtoret M Downey JolnW Donntl
Ian iWeell rt or Nfa A
Cstobllshod 1041 150 Offices
IM 0110PEN 101ml 1
R 6 Dun Co
Tile Morcantllo Agency
CCOPQK OMOND General Unnncer
Utah Idaho Rod Vyomlntr OtTcri In
rrojrrctn lluiaini UoCltyUtah
To R Jones Co
BANKERS
150 Main Street
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1IMKOARD IN LITCOT J GOT SI 1W
Train arrive and depal at Salt Ik 011
as follow
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alls Ill at olnu 600 P ill
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CITY TICKET OHlCf USOfR MASONiC HAll
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liME lAm HfWIIH KOnMBfR 3RD 1891
1 Salt Lnk ell
xoro Iovo Grand Junction
ucl all points la 0 30 a m
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No 3l or lilln > mdlh I 1 is vi at U 10 p m i
Ko 1lorUtdtn and the year li in t i IU
Arrive fcalt Lake City
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No a From Provo0aid Juc
ItoH nml the Kn t 0 03 p I m
No tt I ks TlleKOeUIIleiknai Irovo I lncriamruro Man
No 2trora ft an J Oi t7aCniltl Wints 0 ii Z tip I li
No 4Kron Oiilcn and I ho Wekt 7 U p E I
Ko 7 1 rom Eoreka Pa nunlrovo
aud all lnt rru a uiatt poliiLs I 13 10 a m
Only Una runnlnc throniri Pullrnsn Palace I
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10 uad Portland Salt Lake tty tn Xinn
ver via Grand Junction nrt fisIt Lake I ty
to KitnsM Lilly MDd ejbtcafi > via Colorado
point
laronrh tinrlst family sleep without
ch nao to Uauist City Olilcmw anl llotoii
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TO fUE BASfo
Chicago
Koclc Island L Pacific I
Hallway
Hie nook lilnJ leiemest 1 la I adapting ty
p coolld I Inl I roYO Pd ud g that
fuiury 111111114 and eoaifcrt r that the popular
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vestibuled lroioo
Boot Dining Car
Servlco 111 tho World
Pullman Sleepers ChI Cart ill the moll
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O Cri I Courteous Empidles
F11 class Equipment and
Jerfst Class OffGo Girso
For full psrtlciilirt a > toTUlietsMips Pales
pply to any Ciupin Ijlcktl Age dl in till
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Tho only Jlno running two i I
through fast trains dally to Lead I I
vllle Aspeq Pueblo Colorado I I i t 11
Springs arid Doriver Ii i
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Train No t leaves I Ogden 64sm Sail
ll I e7 50 a m arrive at t Pueblo 5 50 a m
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Colorado Springs I 713 a m Denver y 30 a m
Train No 4 leaves Ofdcn 6 35 p 1 m Sail 11 I I
Lake 7 49 p m arrive at Pueblo 5 35 p rn
Colorado Spring 649 1 p M Denver 9 as p tn I
Connections made at Pueblo Colorado I
Spring and Denver lilt 111 nes < ut t Elegant I
day coaches chair am and Pullman bleepeis oa
11 I Take tit D tII G it Rate a I I
the in continent fornibi hip Dd enjoy the finest my oa
A S IIUOIIES B K HOOPER
Traffic Mil agcr G P 4 T A
Unver Cal Denser Colo i
D r MVINS H M CUblllSO 0 1 I
Generil Agent Salt Lak City 11
Sltl Lake Cay Utah I f
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Best dining car service on I 1
earth Every delicacy thats I i 111 I
in season and many that aro
not European plan Pay
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only for what you order
Prices are reasonable Ser I
vice is Prompt 1
Veitlbnlrd 1 Iyer lenve I Dearer at 951 I
Ixml i for I r piAnt eSJf and Hausal curb c ifckct t
at offices 01 cuuccllag hiles
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it W I 6 Block Salt Lake
R r NrqI1FX I
Trav Vas and rrolurlit gent
We i lflsure You I
A safe pleasant and comfortable I
journey on one ol I the finest vftti 4
Wed trains in Amtrii The lim
lIed lIB ins 01 the IVe betweert
CHICAGO AND NEW YORK I
ire Ithout a peer and are
FREE
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Of any Extra Charlie Doqt forte
its the Erie leaving Dearborn sta
tion Chicago City ticket office
141 Clark Slice Going cut or
vtest you ire on ttc train I
FOR ONE NIGHT I
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And a day aDd have aU the com
fort of home 1
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ZHTAHLIBIIED Un i
JOSEPH E TAYLOR I
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toffim inl Caiketn
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MKklatillr on hand
Tth io ims 94legraph t wtlOIeJ
promptly OUd
open Ds r sud Xght
Foolery and Warecilsoam No ua r 41 I
oalk Da looks laiall of Tilloatelaa
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