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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1904.
DEVEU. Pennsylvania Lines TIME TAULK. Trains Run toy Centra! Standard Tlma , in Effect Sunday. Nov. 9. 1903. CINCINNATI loINK DEPT. ABRITE Chi and Ctn Eipress ;-'5am "!ftm Chi A Cin Mall :40am SMOpm Chi and CinKrp 10:iam 11:00pm Mackinaw and Cln Aco 8:46pm 2:00Dm Chi Cln Eip fc Mall 4 -.onru 9 80am Northland Express 5:15am 10 50pm INDIANAPOLIS L.IN K New York A St. Louis Mall. 4:(0 4m 4 45 m St. Louis Limited 4:45am 8:40m New York A St Louis Mall.. 10:15am 4:50pm New York fe St Louis Exp.. 1:25pm :50aro N Y St Louis Fast Mall .10:10om 9:00 m Bradford Indpls Aco lo ' 0m ?4om St L & N Y Mail & Exp 7:0pm O tilUAGO LINE. Chi A Cln Mull T.Oipm :20am Richmond & Loqan Acc :46am 6:40pm Chi Fast vi all Kxp ll:16am 4:06am Cin A l- giinsport Aco 5:00pm :48m Cln A Chi Night Exp 11:15pm 8:65pm OAYTON AXENIA LINE Dayt. Xenla & Columbus ..:55am 10:0)am Cols, Pitts A New York. .....0:55am 10:10am Day t, Xenla A Columbus. . J0f '2pm Pitts. New York, Wash A iialtlmore 4:5finm 1: 20pm Dayton A Xenla Aoo 8: 5m St. Lculs AN Y Limited 8:4y?m 4:3'am PIQUA. URBAN A A COLUMBUS LIN F,t Louis A N Y Mall 5:85am 5:22am "Indianapolis A Cols Aco 10:15am Pitts A East Mall A Exp 7:30pm 9 loom Indpls liradford Acc 3:57pni ll:fcacD GRAND RAPIDS A INDIANA KY. F. W., ii. R. A Mack Si 5:40am SUOpixi O. R. A Mackinaw L:03pm 9:?xi. Northland Kinross. ;0.opm 510VT feuuday Accommodation :4opru D-jlly. All othdr trains daily exoe Bt uday. ELMER. Ticket Agent T. F. MrRPHY. Station Master . 12 a ton and Western Traction Co, Cars leave for Dayton via Eaton and West Alexandria as follows: :0O a. m. 7:43 a. m. and 45 minutes after every hour until 7:45 p. m. f:K) p. m. last car to Dayton, stopplngonly at Driving Park, New Westvllle, New Hope Eaton, West Alexandria and points east. :15 p. in. to Eaton and West Alexandria only. , 3 11:00 p. m. to Eaton and West Alexandria only. Passenger, freight and express station on EieJith street south of Main. Home phone 26'j. Rate from Rich mond to Dayton 0 O W fl 25 R. T. Troy $1 05 O W 1 90 It. T. Piqua 1 20 O W 2 15 R. T. Springfield ... 1 15 O W 2 00 R. T. Columbus .... 1 85 O W S 35 R. T. Connections at Dayton with through cars for Troy, Plqua, Greenville, Xenla, Spring fleld and Columbus, every hour. Baggage cars leave Richmond 6:00, 8:15, 10:45 a. m., 1:45, 8:45, 6: 5, :00 p. m. Subject to change without notice. j ii i i i t. J t i i : t h, 190?, jjt u j rn u 13- v 1JI feet on Ii-'j "tmm 3 if ( tie n Compan New Paris line: Hourlv service as follows: First car leaves New Westvllle 0:10 a. m., arrives New Paris 6:20 a. m. First car leaves New Paris 6:20 a. m., ar rives New Westvllle 6:45 a. m. Last car leaves New Westvllle 6:10 p.m., arrives New Paris 6:20 p. m. Last car leaves New Paris 6:20 p. m., ar rives New Westvllle 6:45 p. m. Theatre parties will be taken care of upon request. Time Schedule o. C. o L k K2ective April JTth, 1903. EAST AND ttOCTH " " M I'M PM No. 2. No. 4 No. . Lt. Richmond.... 9 05 Ar, Cottage Grove P45 Collence Oorn'r 10 " Oxford 1017 " Hamilton 10 42 " Cincinnati.... 1120 18 40 (9 35 4 80 9 15 49 922 6 00 9 S2 6 20 10 00 6 00 10 55 AM PM PM No. 1 No. 8 No. 5 8 80 8 SO 7 30 10 50 6 60 9 35 Lt. Cincinnati ... Ar. Richmond . . . NORTH AND WKRT, AM PM AM PM 18 7 5 LT.Rlohraond 11050 1550 I'oSO 9 35 Ar. Muncle.... 12 25 7 25 1225 11 10 " Joneeboro . 1 25 8 25 1 25 12 10 ' Marlon.... 188 8 40 1 38 12 2a Peru 3 10 10 00 3 10 1 45 " N. Jndson. 600 .... Lt. N. Jed son 1900 Lt. Pern 5 00 noo u 20 Ar. Richmond.... 9 05 8 40 is 55 Dally exoept Sunday. Sandtr. All oth r tralnsdally. For rates or Information regarding oon neotlons, Inquire of J., i , v. t. J . T A.l Rlchmon(lt W. B. Calloway. G. P. A. j Indiana TRAINS Every Week Day TWO ON SUNDAY TO Monde, Marion, Pern and Northern Indiana cities via C. C. &0 L Leave Richmond Week day 10:50 a, m., 5:50 p. m. Sunday 10:50 a. m., 9:35 p. m. Through tickets sold to all points. For particulars enquire of C. A. Blair. 0. P. A, Home Tel. 44 WHEN EU CHICAGO J A Stop at th Bmthm A Hot ft I Comblnod 8 floors. Fine new rooms. Meals a-!a-Cart at all hours. ' BATHS OF ALL KINDS. Turkish, Russian. Shower, Plunge. etc. Th finest swimming pool in the world. Turkish Bath and Lodging. 11.00. Most inexpensiv e first class hotel m Chicago. Right ia tht. heart nf rtv Rookie rn Now Northern Baths & Hotel 14 Quincy St. CHICAGO Near Stato TIME CARD. Richmond Street & Interurban Rail way Company. Cars leave hourly for Centerville, East Germantown, Cambridge City, Dublin and Milton, from 5 a. m. to 11 p. m., returning same hours. Sun same hours, except first ear leaves at 6 a. m. Indianapolis Cars. Limited cars leave eighth and Main street (by city cars transferring at west side barns) at 7:45 a. m., 11:45 a. m. and 3:45 p. m. Limited cars leave Indianapolis for Richmond same hours. These cars stop only at Big Four erossing, Cam bridge City, Dunreith, Knightstown tnd Greenfield. Local cars leave Richmond for In jdanapolis and Indianapolis for Rich mond at 5, 7, 9 and 11 a. m. and 1, 3, 5 and 7 p. m. C. A. Denman, Superintendent. TIRE ALARM BOXES. FIRST DISTRICT. South of Main, West of Seventh. 12 First and south C, piano factory. 13 Second and south B. 14 Fourth and south D. '15 Fifth and south B. 16 Fifth and south H. 18 Seventh and south H. SECOND DISTRICT. South of Main, Between Seventh and Eleventh. 21 Eighth and Main. 23 Eighth and south E. 24 Seventh and south G. 25 Ninth and south A. 26 Tenth and south C. 27 Eleventh and Main. 28 Eleventh and south J. THIRD DISTRICT. South of Main, East of Eleventh. 31 Twelfth and south B. 32 Twelfth and south E. 34 Fourteenth and Main. 35 Fourteenth and south C. 3G Eleventh and south A. 37 Twentieth and Main. FOURTH DISTRICT. North of Main, West of Tenth to River. 41 Third and Main, Robinson's shop 42 Third and North C. 43 City Building. 45 Gaar, Scott & Co. 46 No. 1 Hose House, N. Eighth. 47 Champion Roller Mills. 48 Tenth and North I. FIFTH DISTRICT. West Richmond and Fairview. 5 West Third and Chestnut. 51 West Third and National Road. 52 West Third and Kinsey. ZZ West Third and Richmond Ave. 54 Earlham College. 55 State and Boyer. 50 Grant and Ridge. 57 Hunt and Maple. 58 Grant and Sheridan. 59 Bridge Ave., Paper Mill. SIXTH DISTRICT. North of E, East of Tenth. 61 Railroad Shops. 62 Hutton's Coffin Factory. 63 Hoosier Drill Works. 64 Wayne Agricultural Works. 65 Richmond City Mill Works. 66 Westcott Carriage Works. 67 Thirteenth and North II. SEVENTH DISTRICT. Between Main and North D., East of Tenth. 7 Ninth and North A. 71 Eleventh and North B. 72 Fourteenth and North C. 73 No. 3 Hose House, East End. 74 Eighteenth and North C. 75 Twentv-seeond and North E. SPECIAL SIGNALS. 1-2-1 Fire Out. 10-10-10 Natural Gas Off. 10 Natural Gas On. 3 12 Noon and 6 p. m. $150,000. FOR. Athletic E,vents in the Great Arena at the Exposition TOR A ROUTT ilClookattheMaolr or THE jmssinwk SEOST HIIES i W 1904 -s i For Pale Sickly Girls Zoa Phora is a Sure and Safe Reme dy in the Three Danger Periods of Woman's Life It Brings Re lief and Permanent Cure To Pain and Backache and Cures All Diseases of Women. TRIAL BOTTLE MAILED FREE TO ANY WOMAN. For 30 years Zoa Phora has been the safe, ever-ready, ever-reliable stand-by for the- sickly wornan. It quickly and permanently cures fe male trouble, pain or irregularity caused by disease or weakness of the pelvic organs, leucorrhea, displace ment, ulceration or inflammation or derangement. In the change from maidenhood to womanhood, or, in the later change of life, Zoa Phora brings 3 -5S 5SX Jf Misses Chella and Ola Thompson, Marion, Ind. the sickly woman through to perfect health and strength. It is a con stant support and strengthening ton ic for mothers and makes the hour of maternity almost free from pain and agony. o tne Iran motner in ine days of recovery Zoa Phora brings health, strength and vigor and tones the nerves. To women in constant Iread of the approach of pain and dekness Zoa Phora brings relief and comfort. Miss Chella Thompson, 556 E. Marshall street: "About a year ago I had pneumonia and was left in a very debilitated condition, was also troubled with irregular menses. I was induced to give Zoa Phora a trial and after using three bottles find that I am entirely well. I gladly recom mend this valuable medicine to all, and will gladly answer any inquiries that come to me." Miss Ola Thompson, 556 E. Mar shall street: "I have been asked what I think of Zoa Phora, and I al ways tell my friends that I think it is just fine for the troubles for which you advertise it. I was feeling bad ly all the time before trying Zoa Pho ra and could get nothing to help me, but after having taken only two bot tles of Zoa Phora I feel all right and do not think I shall need to take any more.,, Zoa Phora is sold by all druggists in one dollar bottles. Write the Zoa Phora Co., Kalamazoo, Mich., for a free trial bottle and copy of their illustrated medical book, "Dr. Pen- gelly's Advice to Women." The doc tor will gladly give free special ad vice when needed. 19-22-26 29 "Cure the cough and save the life." Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syr up cures coughs and colds, clown to the very verge of consumption. The National Association of Beau ty seekers will never acknowledge that any beauty ills are incurable as long as they have Ilollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Sensible women. 35 cents. A. G. Luken & Co. No Pity Shown. "For years fate was after me con tinuallp" writes F. A. Gulledge, Ver bena, Ala. "I had a terrible case of Piles using 24 tumors. When all failed Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured me. Equally good for Burns and all aches and pains. Only 25c at A. G. & Co.'s drug store. lotel Rates St. Louis World's Fair. For copy of World's Fair official pamphlet, naming Hotel accommoda ions and rates during Universal Ex osition of 1904, address E. A. Ford, leneral Passenger Agent Pennsylva-da-Vandalia Lines, Pittsburg, Pa. kMA44 SO YEARS' vr:. IV EXPERIENCE D -u-A Designs rritM Copyrights Ac. AnTone sending a sketch and description may lulckly ascertaii. our opinion -ee whether an invention is probably patentnblr). Conimonioa tionsstrictlyconBdential. HANDBOOK on Patents Bent free. Oldest aaency for securing patents. Patents taken through Mann &. Co. receive special notice, without charge, in the Scientific Jitneilcan. A handsomely illustrated weekly. I,nreest el--culation of any neientitle Journal. Terms, $3 a yar : four months, $L Sold by all newsdealers. MUHN & Co.36,Broada"- Hew York Branch Office. 625 F SU Washington, D. C. i -x. I ' l .Jk. EACH COLOR TO ITSELF. How the Cherokee Nation Gets Over the Race Problem. The race problem in the Cherokee Nation is solved to the general satis faction of the three races concerned and the Intermediary mixed bloods. In the location of homes the Cherokee full bloods and negroes are mostly in settlements. The intermarried whites largely are in the towns and territory contiguous to each other. The Chero kee speaking citizens much prefer to associate together. In the nation there are thirty schools attended by full blood Cherokee chil dren and seventeen by negro children. The negro blood schools are not so by legal requirement, but as a corollary of their preference to live near eac-li otber. The Cherokee and negro do not intermarry or socially mingle. Two seminaries and an orphan asylum are attended by full bloods and mixed bloods only, the colored high school by negroes only. In the incorporated school districts whites and Indians attend the same schools, an J race prejudice and undue feeling on either side are bfiug lost in fellowship and friendship cultivated in the class room and on the playground. Doth sides are better satislied in the combined schools than when they are kept separate. Full bloods seem to mingle as freely with white renters and their families of good character as they do with mixed bloods. Of the 38,500 citizens of the Cherokee Nation the best statistical information gives about 8,500. full bloods, 3.200 in termarried whites, 22.S00 mixed bloods and 4,000 freedmen. Kansas City Journal. The "Scrapple. The Philadelphia scrapple season is now at its height, and in the three or four big scrapple factories of the city about 50,000 pounds of the delectable compound are produced weekly. Eacb factory prides itself on the peculiar flavor of its scrapple, just as breweries pride themselves, on the flavor of their beer. There ore. indeed, scrapple con noisseurs in this city, men who. wTben a dish of scrapple is served to them, can say unerringly, "This is Brown'" or "This is Smith's" or "This is Jones' scrapple." Many Pennsylvania farm ers, too, make their own brand and take a pride in it and have a host of followers who declare there is no scrap ple like Farmer Alburger's or Farmer Schultz's or Farmer Diffeuderfer's. as the case may be. Scrapple is shipped in refrigerator cars to many distant states and in many different cities. Philadelphia scrapple is a favorite dish upon the breakfast menu. Philadel phia Record. England's "InderFald" ClerUs. English government clerks do not serve an unappreciative nation. A chief clerk in the estate duty office at Somer set House receives $4,000 a year for his work during the seven hours of each lawful day (except Saturday) from 10 o'clock till 5. He has lately enjoyed In addition the valuable privilege of work ing overtime at double rates, and the opportunity has been turned to most profitable account. One cbJef clerk in six months earned $1,500 extra. For this addition to his emoluments he re mained on duty till 8 o'clock instead of going home at 5. Two principal clerks, with salaries of $3,500, received $72. each extra, while two assistant princi pal clerks, with salaries of $2,S00, had SG25 each. Athletic Senator Aid rich. There is not a more athletic figure In all the senate than that of Mr. Aldrich of Rhode Island. He is always trained down to fighting weight, his step is as quick and elastic as a boy's, his bearing that of a muscular man. So easily ac tive and unconsciously strong is the Rhode Islander that there is a fascina tion in watching him on the senate floor. The secret is said to be in his de votion to the ancient game of golf. Near his residence in Providence he possesses expansive acres on which are his pwn private links. Jlany a morn- A CITIZEN'S STORY. Told by a Richmond Citizen for the Eenefit of Richmond People. The greatest importance attached to the following' is that itconcerns a Richmond citizen. It would lose three quarters of its interest if it involved some resident of Kalamazoo, Mich., or Woonsocket, R. I. Like all the tes timony which has appeared here, and like all which will follow about the Old Quaker remedy, Doan's Kidney Pills it comes from residents, fellow citizens and neighbors. No other rem edy can show such a record of home cures. Read this case: Miss S. Hamilton, 22 north ninth street, says: "For two or three years I was troubled with my loins and a soreness directly over the right kidney. The secretions were unnat ural and irregular. Headache and attacks of dizziness were of frequent occurrence. Having seen Doan's Kidney Pills highly recommended for these troubles I got a box at A. G. Luken 's drug store and used them. They seemed especially adapted for my case and relieved me in a very short time." . For sale by all druggists; price 50 cents per box. , 7 Weighed Only Five Pounds. Restless, Cried Day and Night. Dr. Miles' Nervine Did Wonders, Cured Her. A little over two years ao I had a little, nervous baby who weighed only five pounds at birth. At first she was restless and cross and after she was four weeks oli she cried day and night, and would not sleep without narcotics. She was so nervous that we did not dare to move when she aid sleep a short time, as she would wake screaming as '.houh she was coin? to have a fit. We called a doctor; he called it infantile colic; said he could leheve her, coal 1 not cure her. After a short time the effect of his medicine wore off and 1 was in despair. 1 tried all knf-wa ho:ne remedies and innumerable patent medicines. At List 1 jave her Dr. Miles' Re-torative N .-rvine and she r-.3 easy and Uept w.ihoat i:aic:ies. Since i:iat time I have use l a !;i::ca buttles and would not be without it. I am now friv r.g it to another baby and it Lu ; the same ? ftect, immediate relief ahvayi." Mrs. Vin cent ZiJek, Yeruna. K. L. "Thrc? j-ears aq;o I was taken v ith nervous vocation, which brought o:i heart trouble, uid my he -.n world palpitate r.t every little ioise. I had smothering f pells so that at :'m s I would nearly sink r.-.vay. 1 t one o-tle each cf Dr. Miles' Nervine and Heart 3ure and I couid feel rood results from the irst few doses. Taey liave since effected a ermanent cure. I recommend Dr. Miles' iemedies to all who suffer as I did."' Mrs. j. C. James, Fairmont, Nebraska All druggists sell and guarantee first bot 'e Dr. Miles' Remedies. Send for free book n Nervous ad Heart Diseases. Address )r. Miles Medical Co, Elkhart, lad. ing dnrinji th;- i -.nz summer-"aiTd au tumn months din's him bright aod ear ly whai liin.i; .be elusive ball and chas ing it up hill and down dale. Tanifns of Diphtheria. The hospital report of thi metropol itan asylums board of London upon the percentage of cases -of diphtheria that result in death shows what n mar velous result has been wrought by the introduction of antitoxin. The case mortality for twelve years hs been: Per cent before antitoxin. 40.71 .... oJ. o 2D.C5 'M. 42 Per cent after antitoxin. 22.55 20. SO 17.50 tr.xo 1SS9.. 1SC0. . 1S91.. 1S92. . 183.. l':05..., is;;.;.... 1817.... ISL'S.... ISO-j 14.05 l'JOd 12.01 1894 29.04 Careful nursing had t!one its best by 1S94. Antitoxin has more ii.uu halved the rate in six years. A u Tester. Milk varies in viscosity with compo sition and temperature, and a new ap paratus called the "lacto viscometer" is regarded by French physicists as solving the problem of a simple test for milk. It consists of a tinned cop per reservoir mounted on a tripod, with a fine glass tube as outlet. When the reservoir is tilled with a sample of the milk the stopcock is opened, and the time required for the escape of the liquid is noted in seconds, with the temperature, and reference to a table shows the exact character of milk cor responding to these data. The process of stereotyping is 120 years old. It took 1.200 pounds of dynamite and two weeks' time to destroy a small brig that was su:;!; recently in Providence harbor. A man crossed the ocean from Liver pool to New York recently and was the oniy single man on board, while there were fifty-live single women. A youth at Chiilicothe. Mo., went f hoot ing over a month ago and in his excitement shot off his left arm. This did not discourage him, and he was out in the woods again, managing his gun with one arm. C. P. King, a Doston mineralogist, re ports that under the state of Connecti cut, from Bridgeport north and east to the Massachusetts line, there is a vast bed of radium of sufficient power and value, he says, to make or unmake the United States. When the Union church of Phillips, Me., was repaired it was found that there was but one pew that had never changed owners. No. 40 was purchased by the late Seth Howard and his wife when the church was built in 1835 and remained the property of Mrs. Howard until her death, Nov. 17, 1103. FOREIGN FACTS. Eighty-five per cent of the children of Japan are now in school. It will take five years to rebuild the campanile of Venice. The new tower will probably have an elevator. France has stored in her cellars something like 150,000,000 bottles of champagne. The vintages of the past few years have been most excellent. The Russian minister of war has is sued a decree according to which fe male students will be allowed to at tend the army medical schools with a view to their becoming army doctors. The best paid official in the world is said to be the grand vizier to the sultan of Morocco. Den Hamed, who held the office for twelve years previous to his death, which occurred recently, left a store of gold coin, absolutelj' his own, amounting in value to $20,000,000. All business or nearly all in New South Wales is conducted v through "trade Industrial unions." Up to March, 1103, 10S unions of employees and eighty-two unions of employers had been registered in. the arbitration court. When a union has been duly registered it becomes amenable to the arbitration laws. Ari outspoken member "of the board of aldermen In Chicago has been express ing bis convictions with freedom and earnestness which are highly refresh ing. He tnlks In this wise: "Chicago is the most lawless city of the country, and a wave of anarchy and outlawry seems to he going over it at present. No one respects the law; no one re spects the "ourts. A few hangings are what Chicago n-eds. There are police men enough to patrol the city if they were active. Without more respect for law It would be Impossible to preserve order if there were a policeman for every thug." . t j Loromotife Economy. James J. Hill has Introduced a new economy on the railroads which he con trols. Each engine has a tab kept on Its daily employment, and against it ia charged every cent used for oil, fuel, repairs and operation. Thus if engine No. 200 is -found to be costing more than engine No. 250 the engineer of the former is asked to explain. The same plan is to be extended to every car oh the system. Then the conductor and enginemen who make the best show ing are to have bonuses. 31 uzzle Velocities of Illflcs. The muzzle velocity per second of the rifles of the large countries are as fol lows: United States, Springfield, 2,300; French. Lehel. 2.073; English. Lee-Met-ford, 2.000; Spanish. Mauser. 2,388; Italian, Mannlicher Carcano 2.100; Ger man, Mauser, 2,034 feet. Sights on these are now graduated thus: United States, 2,000; France, 2,187; England, 2,800; Spain, 2,187; Italy, 2,100; Ger many 2,187 yards. Oar Food and Drink. We drink about our own weight of liquid evey three months, and we Americans consume a little more than three pounds of solid food per day each. We consume about 1,200 pounds of food per year as a fair national av erage, and physiologists tell us that a man needs 1.G00 pounds, a woman 1,200 and a child from 500 to 1,000. (5) TO ATTAIN Good Health Take VIT0NA AND TO MAINTAIN Good Health Cling to VIT0NA GOOD HEALTH makes human life more happy. It is a duty we owe not only to ourselves, but to our children that we carefully watch our health. Many thousand miserable, unhappy invalids have been restored to robust health simply because they took Vitoxa, many of whom might never have recovered had they failed to do so. Vitona is the wonderful discovery of an eminent physician that, when all else tails, will vitalize the blood, make it cir culate and make it pure. Vitoxa will tone up the liver, and make digestion more thorough. Vitona repairs over strained nerves, and mends a broken down constitution. Vitoxa strengthens the kidneys, cures catarrh of the blad der, and lame back. Vitoxa makes tha old feel young. Robert S. Redway of Kent, O. ,writes : "My wife and I owe ten thousand thanks to the discoverer of Vitoxa. No other remedy we ever tried so pleased us or has been so productive of positive re sults. Instead of our continuing weak and nervous, instead of longer suffering from indigestion, aching kidneys and a hundred other symptoms of miserable health, we are both as well as our hearts could desire. Half the time I was too sick to work, and more than half the time my wife felt too bad to get out of bed. All is now changed and Vitoxa made the change." Vitoxa costs one dollar a bottle or sfx bottles for five dollars, and while This Vitoxa Co. Coshocton ,0.will continue to send it by express prepaid on receipt of price it is now obtainable in this County For sale by Alford Drug Co. neuvena jmited the fast electric-lighted daily train between Chicago and California via the Chicago, Union Pacific & North western Line, is the most luxurious train in the world, leaving Chicago daily S:00 p. m. Less than three days en route. Buffet smoking cars, barber and bath, standard and private compartment sleeping cars, dining cars, observation and library car, Booklovers' Library and telephone. Two other fast trains leave Chicago daily for San Francisco Los Angeles and Portland at 10:30 p. m. and 11-35 p.m. with splendid equipment of buffet smoking and library cars, free reclining chair cars, Pullman drawing room and tourist sleeping cars and dining cars (a la carte service) . The Tiest of Everything All agents sell tickets via this route. For full information, time schedules, maps and book on California, write to or call on A.H.Wiggener Traveling Agt. C&N.W.Rv. 22 Fifth . Chicago, Illinois 4 NW143 ad i lYfe-ClSSJ M Ii