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PEACE IN CUBA
NOl rET ASSURED
y
Factional III Feeling atCienfueflos
Causing a Dangerous Con
dition of Affairs
MUST BE SETTLED FIRST
Till Will lliuo o Iw HOMO liifurv Any
J l IttC of Anmol It
IttctI
I
Hftvuna Oct 8Tho fuutlonul 111
feeling Hint tuiM tined at Clmifutifos
wlnns the pitwlduntlul omiipulsn of
1003 resulting lit thu hut Ii of Con
I fcrrxsmmi Villuend nod Cjjlof ot To
lien llliiiirc IiUTiitscd during tliu iPtPiit
revolution to such fill extent Dint thu
return of tho relx > l from the Held IH
t
4 causing n diuincrous condition In
view of thin joy Tuft tonight Milt
J Conimlflpneral Htelnhnrt to CIIItW
Jt gas with mithorlty to dike any action
he may deem advisable In the interest
of n reconciliation of political dlflVr
ences thorn and JnnURiirntliiR u fresh
tnrt toward u rpaBonfthle dosien of
mutual wood will between tho niulron
c tcnts
t Oov Taft believes that It IH partlc
4 ulurly neet > g8iry that tin vexed lotul
k1 Munition In ClenCueRoa shall be mil
r tied buforo the IHSIKIIICO of an nmnosty
iltcrcfi Hlneo he him determined to In
clude lit the unilUHty 1111 per OIlIl who
t vero charged with complicity III thu
VllltiendiH murder Ito holds Unit If
he yielded to the hlllortullitlesllt ninny
rctililentft of rienfucRos tint nllovvetl
l those charged with the crime to be
t
brought to trial It would result In
the event of their nrfiulttiii by u judge
belonging to tho Moderate party in rc
oiienlriff the tiuiiricl over tho Incident
in ti i no re violent manner than ever
Kvcr Klnca tilt death of Honor VII
luemlris a year ago hint September his
murder hall beon the nubjcct of heated
dlsouHHloiin In congress arid at political
j llieitlnKH Member of the Jlnderiite
party have been churned with the
rrfine nnd their trial reiientcdly de
mnndeil but tho Cluban BOvoriitnent
regarded it nnsafo t iitwdfi to theMe
ilemandM during Hie overheated slate
c of the public mind
Guy Taft rifts tIo decided to Include
In tho general amnesty nil persona al
leged to have been ensiKCd with tho
I Gttauabocoii outrage of last February
t when several rural guardsmen wero
wantonly killed In their quarters by
it gang uf nlglit nuruuderu lie Is tin
vwllng to furnish hny opporutnlty for
the reopening of old sores in view of
hew notorious matters nnd will Insist
on tho effectual cloning nw ot nil Inci
dents which are na outgrowth of for
mer political Htrlfe Mr Stclnhart will
each Clenfucgos tomorrow lIe has re
ceived no defInite Instructions except
i to deal with nil questions nrUlug ne
t ll cording to hl best judgment
Camp Columbia the lieadaunrters of
the American soldiers and marines Is
crowing rapidly Jhe arrival ot Gen
L Franklin Bell Is awaited before tho
beginning of the distribution of tho
troop
t A tentative plan Is that a largo de
tachment ho Kent to each piovtnclul
iailtal and to Clenfuegos to bo sub
i ject to needs elsewhere
DOCTORED HAMS
vI Arnuxir A Cos Agents to bo Arristcil
j lor Soiling Thrill
thllailelphla Oct Warrants were
Mvnrn mlt today by Dr H It Wurron
dairy and food rom01I loner for tho
arrest of Philadelphia managers of Ar
mour Co one of tho member ot the
nocalled beat trust charging tho
firm with the Illegal Ueo of boraclc acid
In hums
Samples purchased nt tho branch
houses of Armour L CII wero analyzed
by Irof Ixiwall chemist of the depart
ment and how It ID alleged that the
linnis have been doctored with boraclc
acid In quantities ranging from one
fourth to onohalf of one per cert
I It Is cald that BUbpocnas will bo Is
Rued for tho heads the firm of Ar
mour Co In Chicago for the purpose
of ancartulnlng whether the doctoring
tr1 i of the meat la performed In Chicago
or this city
yraiov revisit NOT INCIIlSISn
i Havana Oct sThcro Is no In
rrenso In yellow fever here and Muj
J Hi Keim ot the medical department
pays there are no epochal elements of
t rtangor In the situation In compliance
with a BUggcHtlon made by Maj Koan
tho department lua again commenced
the publication of the name of tho
yellow fever patient
1
TJJI SHASTA v TOTAIJ iss
fiantu Jlarbara Cul Oct 8fho
Bieolit ichotmarWiaHtai which went on
jPti the rockn at 1olnt Canccprlon Inet Fri
duj MUl IfeX on tho rocks where silo
x Wis iilNlnduned and la being1 rapidly
li 1lttlllClllo pieces by the waves Sho
f w11 bQ a total lots
STRUCK flY ITVHIt
I t
L Chicago Oct 8C pt Michael J
c Khrut of tho lire dcptattment wa killed
Stut and Clmrle Hhiyhlze llreman fatally
D q hurt tonight when the Kvaimton ilyer
on tta Chicago Northwestern roll
itt roui stfttck a lire truck at E tca avon
i tie crossing III Ilogers 1ailc
g Going at till dpced the train crashed
Into tho lire Wagon Just at the horses
ivt t4 stepped on the track Slayhlze was
t taken to the hlsrltal whrrn his right
ti leg wan anijiutnateil
Thf train crew are blamed for thee
t IP nccldrnt and have been arrested
I i
COULD NOT REST
NIGHT OR DAY
With Irritating Skin HumorWhola
Body Afectod Scalp Itched All
the Tlmo and Hair Began to Fall
Out Wonderful Result From
APPLICATION OF
CUTICURA REMEDIES
III am never without Cutfcum S jap
and Cuticura Ointment since I tried
them last summer About tho Itter
part of July my whole body began to
itch I did not take much notice of it
at drat hut It began to jet woo nil the
tlnio and then I began to get uneSy
pint tried nil kinds of bath and other
reraedfes that were recommended for
kin bumon but I bvcamc none all
the time Mv hair began to fall out nod
my Kcalp Itched all the time Kj > pc
daily at night just M soon ni I uould
get in > ed and got warm my whole IxKiy
would begin to Well and my finder nil
would keep it initatcd and it winot
long before 1 could not rcit night or day
A friend naked rnl1 to try the Cuticura
liflmedicii and I did and the first appli
cation helped mo wonderfully For
about four weeks I nould tako a hot
luith every night and then apply the
Cuticura Ointment lo my whole body
and I kept getting better and by the
time 1 tfced four boxed of Cuticura V91
entirely cured and my hair Mopped
falling out hut 1 continue to use ho
Cuticuraon my Milp It keep all dan
druff out owl pcalp is nln ays clean I
always IIC Cuticttfa Ointment on my
face after sliunn and have found
nothing to equAl it I will never bo
without it lJE B1ank
310 N Dd St
Oct 27 100V Indianapolis Ind
Rmmnfmmm 10 ll OIIIR3
I I have used Cutinira Ointment for
chafing of infants and on they grew
older all kin diwui cs were iven treat
ment with trmt and tho Cuticura Soap
I never found it necessary to call a doc
tor as these Rimedies are a ure pure
if us tll M directed I am gliid to recom
mend them to all mothers Sinrwcly
yours Jlrs F A Kenrmnl
June 21 lOOo St Patti Irk Minn
CitlfurH vnlntuflon4 IlLi at loldlbtcnplioui
Ut wortd Potttr > ruf sIe
tD 5 tin l
COMPOSER LEONCAVALLO
Mln uNlinl Itiilhiu Musician A llIkl
Ilrt AHiiriinco III Ncu York
New York Oct Leoncavallo the
Italian composer made his first appear
ance In America tonight conducting the
Hcnla orchestra In a program or his own
works nt Carnegie hall
The program included tho principal
numbers of his tfnzi the sextette
from Medici the duct from l
Ion and an aria from his Boheiue
PaRllucel nnd llolnnd de llorlln the
latter composed for the empress of her
many wero also offered by the conduc
tor Hevorul nololnts from IM Hcnla
theater Milan especially Rlzzlnl Call
Kcrrnblnl and Blgnori Iercya and He
lat were cnthuslaHtlcally received
Leoncavallo will tour the united States
WOMAN CHARGED WITH
THEFT JUMPS FROM TRAIN
Calgary Oct 8 Detective And ison
of Vancouver B C boarded a Cana
dian Paclllc train yesterday at a small
station of Calgary having In his charge
a woman wanted for the alleged theft
of 250 In Vancouver
In II short tIme the uoiniin went lo
the lavatory and when she did not re
turn within a reasonable lino tho < > ni
cer went to look for her lie found
the window open The woman had
leaped from the train which was going
20 mIles nn hour Nothing further hall
been heard of her
KTOIlM WltliCKH nIWI
Detroit Mich Oct SA npeclal to
the News from UouRhion Mich cays
The barge 1asadena laden with Iron
ore Duluth to Cleveland went to pieces
on the beach a mile from Portage
Lake canal at 7 oclock tonight Tho
barge Is a total toss
She was ivught In the big blow on
Iako Superior today and went to pieces
before lie llvrsavlnK crow cached her
Seven members of the crew Includ
ing the captain wero picked up and
brought to tin ntntlun nt tin cunil 10
mlleH from here Three members of tho
crow are still missing nnd It Is thought
they wore drowned
The wind in blowing r u mIles an hour
and liicraiiHlng steadily
The seven who reached ohoro had n
terrible battle In the scan They
saved nothing having escaped from
the doomed shill with only the clothe
they wore
The Pasadena was In tow of Ihl
I steamer Olndrtone nnd the latter made
the shelter ot Lily Pond In safety
ADOPT SIMIliinni SPKIililNC
Columbus 0 net STttt folumbiiH
boa rU of edltca I hon tonight upon till
reiomendntlon of miperlntoiiJcnt of
schools decided to adopt the Hntpllllcd I
spelling so far as it Is practicable In
the schools of the city
A lUtlllKIl IVDtOTKI
IA Orandc Or Oct SA nensitltou
was niunid hero today when the grand
Jury of JIllion county reported utile
inoiUs against J C Smith a saloon I
keeper charging him with having brib I
ed membciH of the city council of La
Orando and against Councilman K V
Hartlett anti S A tlnrJln dmrgliiR
them with accepting trIbes The ac
cunerl were airalgned this afternoon
and pleaded not guilty
iii14 OLD SORES OFTEN LEAD
I1 u Jun TO CANCER
t 1 Whenever a sore or nicer docs not heal add shows signs of becoming
i t chronic it should arouse suspicion because many of these places lead to
j Cancer It may appear as an ordinary sore at first and is given
iI treatment as such with some simple salve wash or plaster with the hope
l that the place will heal but the leal scat of the trouble is in the blood and
cannot be reached by external remedies and soon the sore will return After
awhile the deadly poison begins to cat
jt I into the surrounding flesh nnd the I was lUfTorlni greatly from a
ulcer spreads rapidly becoming more beiruntoontfind oua ulcoronmy Intt nt brosit timet would which dU had
offensive and alarming until at last charge very orT n tvo rattler I
i 1 the sufferer finds he is afflicted with know only sinter tlio trouble my mother wai hereditary and two of at her An
Cancer Cancerous ulcers often start nUtern died orCunoer I nm fully > at
from a boil wart mole or pimple Jailed but for I would 8 HB hnva which trono oured thn me inmaway
I which has been bruised or roughly Dolton Mo MRS J OASSELL
handled allowing thnt the taint is in
1 the blood perhaps Inherited Another cause for nonhealing ulcers and
Cores is the remains of some constitutional disease or the effects of a long
U pell of sickness S S S goes down to the
F very rootof thotrottblcand cures so thorough
1 SSS ly that there Is never any sign of the trouble
I in after years As soon as the system gets
I S under the influence of S S S the place begins
1 PURELY VEGETABLE to improve thcdischargc gradually grows less
WCUtlHBLt
p the jnflamtnalion heaves the flesh resumes
I i I healthy color anti soon the sore is well because every vestige of the cause
lias bc n removed from the blood Book on sores and ulcers and medical ad
Vice without charge fHE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO AJLAHfA GA J
i1
I
I
CAN OlD ATE HEARST
AND HIS BARREL
Will Contribute no More to His
Own Campaign Than He
Did to Clevelands
NO COMPACT WITH BOSSES
Maliintiit That llfMntlr Any 1rIII1Ic
To Atjbody Itriindiil it f
s loll
New York Oct 8William n
llcaist candidate for governor Oil the
Independence league Out DtuVocralla
lliWtK bcKiiuhlH weukN cttiilpalKnlng
with four uddrfsM In MuhliUtfan IK
night lie dwelt at length bfi the nl
tacks made thou lillil Jjy the riewtpa
pcra of Now York CIty IVnd diifoimeod
as ahKolutelyuntruH most of the state
incuts affwLtliiR lilinsolf an u candlddta
and In lilt iirlvate Vaiucity
In reuly to a Mtatcnient made In one
of the New York papers that he would
upend n million dollar In tin cam
paign Mr llfiirst tai I
that In an utter and complete fulse
hood I guarantee lint to contribute
moru ftindx to my own camiulgn < In
which I a Iii personally mtere tctl limn
I did to thu campaign of drover Cleve
land and W J Bryan III which I wU
merely IlItrl loll an II Democrat
Iteferrlng to the statemnet that ho
employed Chinese labor on liln ranch In
Calllornla Mr tlunrol suld
I have never employed Chinese la
bur III all ivy life and I ut not own
one foot of gound In Palermo Cal
oltncr directly or Indirectly nor Is Chi
nese labor employed oil any property
that I own 01 partly own In California
or In nny other state In the Union
Continuing Mr lIe lrHt mid
Various New York pipw hive
stated that I have made it compact with
Ilif bootses In oWer to secure my nomi
nation on the Democratic ticket 1 hnd
no undurHtandlng with any boss before
the convention or at tho convention or
after the convention I had at Ito con
vention 2 13 from up llio sin t c and out
sIde of tbn city In which I live and
the yoto of ibis city wns given to mo
or rather part of It wan Ktveii to tnt
been IMC the Democratic rank ami tile
of thIs city had declared for me nnd
the bosses did not daro defy hut dec
laration liti t Jo ii
I have made no pilvute piotnlse to
any Individual or to any Interest and
any statement that I have or Intima
tion that I have Is a lie
In conclusion Mr Hearst Raid
I feel sure that I could have been
more popular with my fellow newspa
per proprletorc If when Invited I had
been willing to enter Into a trust with
them to raise tile rates to advertisers
anti keep down the wages of employes
huGhEs ON HKAHSTS TASKS
Mount Vermin N Y Oct SOno
thousand American flags were dis
tributed to thonu who inteicd the city
opcin house tonight anti when buries
K Hughes the Republican guberna
torial candidate entered two thirds of
those present yavcd their Hags whim
others for whom thorn weie no tlaga
cheered
Mr Hughes after dlftcUiudtiK the
claim that Mr Hearsts papers had at
tacked corporatlonx In general and had
now receded In a measure and ad
mitted that corporation were need
ful and necessary and not bad things
until they did something wrong wanted
to know If Mr Henrsts newspaper cor
iintlon paid proper taxes for the
rIghts It enjoys lie declared that It
did not and went Into what he claimed
wan the hIstory of tin corporation lo
show that It dli not What ho el a hitch
to be tiurs In regard to Mr Hearsts I
cot porn lion wan nlso true he suld of
many more nnd ht pledged himself If
elected to do all that In his power lay
to remedy such corporate abuses That
ho and the party lie represented were
sincere he said had been proven by
their bundling uf the Insurance mat
ters
It hnd been bin good fortune to have
some part III that and he and his party
stood UIK > II their records and Mr
I Hughes raid that It elected governor
he would pledge himself to see that
the good work was not abandoned
HKAHBTITKH WANT KUND3
New York Oct STho Independence
league today Issued an appeal linking
funds It declared that any HUm how
ever small would he acceptable ns
the league Is engaged In a political tight
for the benefit of thepeople and that
the people ought to contribute U 3
dtifitod to all patrIot cIt liens
Chiirles I Murphy leader of Tain
niHiiy Hull today nild It Pith hfcn de
cided that no cnndlduto hall be on the
Democratic Judicial tloUet ti Ito wa s not
a Democrat lie ndded that he con
tdderitl thut the sMipportrrs of Mi
Hearst who were In the Independence
league were Democrats
HATlTiIWIIHS IiKAVK CUIIA
Washington Oct SKcey Tpft hay
Inc Indicated that he had no further
line fin hit biittleshlpi Indiana mil
ipi I icky In Cuban watcrii at this t I inc
these veotels have lIcII ordered to re
join the Atlantic fleet oft the coast of
MumichUHctts
Till illlli Mill rIm COVKItXOll
Va slit itg I on Ot 8Iho Olil out
the JiiverUor n ininlc npera In tinea
acts wiii prndiicoii tit the NatIonal
llirntor In thin city tonight for the
llrat time on any ntngo The leading
role II taken by Jefferson De Annells
under whose entire personal supervision
the tiny U produced There nr 55 mu
sical number In the pluy The play
waR well received
MISS DOUY lOIIIIlS
Nets York Oct 8MI Dolly Uol
isis a inuclrnt comedy by Harry B
4 Siiitli and Victor Herbert wan pre
I cukd at the New York theater to
I night with Blanche lUng in the title
role that of a young American heiress
I masquerading In KngUind The play
has been reconstructed since last sea
son but the music nnd the KnKllxh
pony ballot have been retained Mute
Itliig was itch received by n good home
that also approved of her support and
the play
lIIIiPiLVi or COAI LANDS
Washington Oct S Secy Hitchcock
today laid before the president a mem
orandum containing data to be used by
him In his forthcoming proclamation
withdrawing from public entry ihi Inndjs
supposed to contain coal Thin will be
done to prevent stub lands from fall
ing into the hands of speculators
Meantime an Investigation Is under
way by the geological survey to deter
mine the real character of the lands to
be withdrawn and such as are found
not to contain coul deposit will be
promptlv rculored to public entry
I Secy Hitchcock laid the withdrawals
will i over lands In a number of west
ern stales
ARKANSAS MOBBERS
MAYBE INDICTED
I1UU Hock Ark Oct S Jndjrr n
J Lea tf the Iulaidtl rountv circuit
CoUrt today ptclrkally IrftiurtsJ his
Fran jury ns to Its Inquiry Into this
ljiHhlng nf H U JJlackmiui u negro
HuDjuy night In ArKcnta Judge ln toll
itt jurors that every nwmber bf th
mob wm a murdfter and ehuuld bo
hunted down
Argcntn Ark Oct IQuit today tel
lonul the stormy Itrnes that have Ie n
on lct d In Argenta across the Arkansas
river from Little flock during the past
two ilnyn Mayor Faucctto today Ubiiel
an order for ov ryl > odyj with tho oxc > p
lion of olcfi to disarm and the order
has hern Morally followed
An Inquest was heM by the curoner to
day over tbo body of II < 1 Illackrnan
its negro who WItS lynched In Argent
Hundsy nlrht nnd the Jury returned to
verdict to the effect that lllackman came
to bin death at the hands of unknuwn
persons
Neither Garret Olurn harPs Colutn
linr LewU Htylec tho nun charged
with klllliiic John llnilsuy FUturday night
nnd nountlluK Ma xon policeman Milton
lindsay hni been captured
No further trouble Iii Anticipated unt M
tile fugitive negroes uro captured ant
brousht hole
THE SNYDER MURDER
Vlfo SulMciuicl I jo Tell Vliat Slit
IJHI About It
Portland Or Oct 9A subpoena was
soivnl IIt night In Vortlnrid upon Mrs
Midge Snycler citing her lo appear Jn
lllllfbnro and testify lj < furo Ih < nk < yi Al
lti tile dlttrlot a tie i iuiy mnfcrnliiK lit r
knowledge of the t irriiniitluines Hiirround
Irn the iiy terlois death nf lift luisboro
Carey M daydcr which mrurivil pep l
nt laft jfar lie Inviitlitolloti bforc the
HfilritOiHoniHy wllLbe conduct AVfd
nhdny and ttln hofitid by the uiithoi1tl
10 Saln Jrom the ftory of the willow
fiome Infcrnutlnn w hitch tegeilicr with
the fictii rtlieiidy known will lead to tb
aiiprehfntVn the muidcicru of btr
Mtiitiand
t
THREE AMERICANS
ltitirttiiit4 Swindler In Mrvlco MnUc
Ilnal KlTorl III NIW 111111 IVP
l
y PISO TcX Oct nioharilsoii
Mason and Marie the three Amerluu m
Insurance Hwlndlers upon whom sen
tciict of death was pronounced by the
chlhuahua supreme court last week
have filed opplleatlnn In the federal
court In Oludiid Jnurez for a stay o
clemency rm I
nntence until executive
bo obtalned from Presldcnl PInz
MIST ITS lAIANKSi xii
NfWchwmiB Oct 91le JnialiPi > nil
tlmrltlcB refills to allot an Amrlmi
iomprfhy lo Milp gnitls ntr tbp railway I
unlPHH it JiitunrNO mime Is uid
I onKiilflfiiTnl Sammon lin left IL I
America going first throuch Mqnchurti I
I
BRYAN BEGINS HIS
KANSAS CAMPAIGN
I
Fort Haiti Kan Oct 8W J llry
an outdo hIs liiiit ICiniMiiit pcech of thlll
campaign here today Hi said In part
I urn glad In conic to Kansas nod I
1 am glad to find a spirit here that we
liuve not always found In politics III
fact unless I nm very much mistaken
we are approaching a time when Wl
tan consider public measures with lea
of partisanship than we have In for
mer years I can remember when I firs
filtered POlItICS that there was such II
strong ftellng In regard to the partle
that It was almost Impossible for a mm
belonging to any party to find anything
good In nnoirher party This state has
clone much to break down the old feel
trig President lloosevctl IUIH done a
guild doiil to convince the public that
there Is something good In the Detno
era tic platforms lie hud the courage
lo lake up some of the reforms tin
Democrats advocated before hiM pulj
3iud advocated them
The president has done much good
I dont know what he might havc done
hud he had an environment favorable
to reform He has done remarkabli
tilings for a man who bad to light his
lenders nil the vay through I lolIt
Vnow what ho might have heroin
pllshed had he not been so handicap
ped
On the subject of government owner
ship of the railroads Mr Bryan sail
that revvnil years ago tho Democrat
and Populists were ridiculed for BUR
Besting such It thing a rid that ho hall
been denounced as dangerous becnus
lie had mentioned It as a m iim of re
lief from the oppression ot tho rail
roads But now we find President
lloosovclt daring to hold as a dub
over tho railroads that Idea In terms
moo radical than I had suggested
In his last two messages to Congress
Mr Hryan Mid Mr Ilooxovclt lint
said with emphuHlH that If the railroads
did not get out o politics and let the
people run the government govern
menl ownership of rillroadn would be
lie Inevitable end He had suggested
Bovertiment ownership only about six
months ahead of Hoosrvclt und he vnts
awful glad to be ahead of the president
In that line of reform
Iittsbtirg Kan Oct SV I Ilryai
delivered to speeches here today aid
was greeted by large crowds He de
voted trtost of his afternoon speech to
the character of the candidate on the
state Democratic ticket In Kanfi al
though lie discussed the tariff at length
rLli lIt 111ln1 iiiirv
Salem Mass et SInnicH W Vt l
ker formerly city treasurer of New
bnryport pleaded guilty today In
charges of embezlement of 1fi500 In
funds of the city Hentcnce was post
poned until next January
NOTHING TO HUH
Tin it tieSt kit < f huh i lout pil > tniKe i In
nifIlcliKS scum h linn been agitating tim
minds of ininy pfopl docit lo conccr
tlioe who titC thamh1rlaln > a rough Hem
f ly Mother heed han no hcsltmcy In
continuing to give It to their little ants
a It contain absolutely nothing Injuri
ous ThH remcdv Is not only perfect v
title to give iinill children but Is A mtdl
cine of great worth and merit I lieS n
norlrtwlj reputntlnn for itt cures < I
roufihs folds pud croup and run nltvav
be rehieti upon Ior mIl by nil druggists
What Is the Krister any way
They make coats for n rainy day
COLORADO EXCURSIONS
Hnuiid trip > 19 7a On snlf OrtltJ5
lmlt day Stop uteri In each dl
recllmi rrobihly the last Colorado
Kseurslont this year Ask for your
tltkets vln the Colorado Mldlind The
Worlds Scenic Railway New Dining
fqrs
u
Utahs Most
S
Popular
Road
4 Current Time
Table
DEPART
DAILY
LOS ANOBLES UMITRD C4 rm
LOS AMlKtErt KXHIKSS 9MPM
For Grn ld 700atr
For Stockton and Tlntla 745 am
For Nepht soil Sinpeto RM 8m
For Oirfleld 100 pm
For Nopbt and Utah Count 40 Ill
For Nerhl and Lynn 83 pie
For airfield 1100 pin
ARRIVE
O41Y <
Los ANCELEB LIMITED tU pm
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LOH ANdKLES KXlHESS 630 am
From airfield < 3 tm
From Lynn and NepW 9M am
1rom Sanple and Nephl 130 pm
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Frorn Nephl and Utah County BiU pr
From Onrfield CM1M
Prom Tlntlc and Stockton 810 pm
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Fivfi vni miles to Los Angeles
Ncw route to Dullfrog
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SEVEN FLAVORS
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tJ tA I Golden Gate Ceylon
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A Golden Gate Fancy Blemi
Golden Gate Gunpowder
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You do not spend over 200 a year for spices
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I I We Icecp all kinds
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Cur Third South amid Mnln
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ERIE RAILROAD
THE PICTURESQUE TRUNK LINE OF AMERICA
LUXURIOUS VESTIBULED TRAINS consisting of SloeplnHCar
Dining and Cato Cars and Day Coachos Aro Run Dally Betweon
NEW YORK and BUFFALO NIACARA FALLS
CLEVELAND CINCINNATI CHI C A CO
Al Trains Protected by Block vice Safety is Signal The Erie Dining Car Se
For steamship passengers tho ErIe Excels All other Linn
R H WALLACE General Passenger Agent NEW YORK
H C HOLABIRD A C P Agent Chicago
C F OSBORN T p Agent Denver Col
WE MAKE TRAVEL EASY
5TRAINS DAILY5
Colorado to Kansas City St Joe Chioago Galveston El
I Paso City of Mexico
Ask me about reduced rates
C F WARREN
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Salt Lake City Utah
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Denver to Chicago
Leaves Union Station Denver 435 p m arrives
Chicago 955 p m next dayOnly one night on
i the road
Smooth track large roomy berths Arrive in the
heart of Chicago close to the wholesale district
and within easy reach of leading hotels The route
is via Union Pacific Line and the
Chicago Milwaukee St
Paul Railway
Double daily train service Ogden to Chicago or
Denver to Chicago
rickets of till ORcnts or from
C S WILLIAMS
Commorclal Agent
106 West Second South Street
SALT LAKE CITY
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No l From Denver and East 135 pit
No 14From Oltden IOpm
No 2 From Ogden and Ihe
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No Ilrom Hebcr Proru
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II Two trains daily Omaha
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