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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, June 07, 1905, Last Edition, Image 4

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c < 90 C the th council has ha left the Anal de detion tI tILion det
Lion t rn inh whole iwUter to the light lighti itt
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nths If th the company accepts a pts the thesubstitute tbes
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ft pTdemn ilemn the rights rt ts It wants In Big BigVttonwood Bigttonwood Big4ttOflWOOd
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rt t for an extension of the options of ofanners otU1nfrS of3rIners
anners water right ri bta which tleh expire by byllitation byI
1 nitation on July L LThe LThe LTh
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v r y favorable to the farmers talm rs that thatt
t re should 4e e no difficulty in h sccur sccuri
i g puch additional nal time as may be ber
r ctlPd 1pd to determine the validity of o the thet
t ir Is < and accomplish the condemna condemnat
t j M of the power companys OOtftJUysDrQpOrty OOtftJUysDrQpOrtyWhHe proporty proportyWhile Dropertyr
r While the delay due < lu to the companys companyseffort OOIUJNl companyseffort Ys Ysftort
effort to get g et a toefavorable franchise franchises fraaehffieeusperatfng frajiehiseeyasperatIng
s exasperating the magnitude ef the they thetr
v iter extension plan and Its import importre
re C e to the city justifies every effort effortto
to t t airy it to completion and no mat matter mattcr mattr ¬
ter how serious the delay it is worth worthiiI worthn orth I
iiI I it Cost now no that the grab fran franchise franc ¬
chise c iiie has been sidetracked The city citycould cityould cityCould
could < better afford to postpone indeft indeftrutely indeftTitll indeftLitely
rutely Titll l the plan for an adequate water watersupply Wfl waterrupply r rFupply
supply than to give the company the theenormous theLOrmOUS theC
enormous C privileges it asked ked originally originallynid orIinaI1yrJ
nid rJ would have secured but for the thefaithfulness thefaithfulness thefalthfuhiess
faithfulness of the majority of the thecouncil theouncil thecouncil
councilMonday council councilMonday ouncilMonday
Monday nights debate d Hte in the council councildpjoped COUReilrPIped counciltveViped
dpjoped one thing worth noting nolln when whenFrrnstrom whenFfTnstrom whenFcrnstrorn
Frrnstrom threatened political death deathfr deathfnr death1r
fr those councilmen who ho had dared daredote daredYotp daredote
Yotp ote for the peoples pIes internets inte ta and andn andnainst
n nainst ainst the companys demands Fern FernK FernSftn
K Sftn t torn may usually u be expected expe < ted to speak speakr
r > r the corporation but his audacity audacityIn
In making threats on behalf of the thent thennpany thet1npany
nnpany < nt pany shows his peculiar unfttness unfttnessl
l r any public ubUc trust trustBe trustEe trustBe
Be it remembered that Fernstroms Fernstromsgrievance FerlUltromsArifyance FarnatroinsirAvance
grievance against the majority of the thecouncil thecoluncil theC
council C uncil was not au due to any betrayal betrayalv nettvalpublic
v t public confidence On the contrary contraryIds contraryattempt
Ids 3 s attempt at intimidation was as be beaus betUS beUS
aus US his opponents refused to betray betraytiuir betratthir betraytiir
tiuir constituents con tltUftts and kept faith with withtb willOw w1t1thc
tb Ow people Evidently Fernstroras Fernstrorasconception FernstromsHceplion FernstronisI
I conception of his duty as a council councilIran councilIran ftCll ftCllIran
Iran includes no obligation to the city cityor ootN citycr
or to its taxpayers ta JMlyers when their inter interfstg interft intertj
fstg ft tj conflict with JUt the wishes of the theI theltah thettah
I ltah tan Light Railway company companyFornstrom comJMUIYFcTnstrol companyFcrnstron
Fornstrom too had the bad taste to tosuggest tosuggest tosuggest
suggest that the franchise question was wasa as asa
a religious issue The less I he and the themen themen themen
men who voted with him say about aboutr
r Hgion in public affairs th tM better betterfor bettert01 betterfm
for them V Vopposed Very few of the mae mses who whopP08td whotpposed
opposed the franchise cared a farthing farthingff
ff flir > r the fact that the Mormon church churchcontrols cburchcrmtrols churchmtrols
controls the management maD nt of the power powercompany Owercnmpany powernmpany
company although it is a minority minoritystockholder minoritystlkholder minoritystotkholder
stockholder The vital thing to the thepeople theIfOpltthe thepeplcthe
people IfOpltthe the only onl fact of real r signifi significance stgnlftamWs signilicariewas ¬
cance amWs < was that men like Fernstrom Fernstromwho Fernstromho Fernatromwho
who ho were ere elected to act as agents for forht for6b forpeople
6b ht > people In their municipal business businessstood buslnesesto1 businesestod
stood reads ntad to take a salary from the thecity tbecity thecity
city and ntlll give U the e company every everything everything 01 01thing ¬
thing it asked When a citizen sees seesa
a prospect ef betrayal by MB Jsj owl owiagent ow owa owlagent
agent a ent it is of little concern to him himwhether h hwhrothor himwh4hor
whether the traitor is Mormon Jew Jewor Jewor Jewor
or Gentile GentileFortunately GentilePortunatel GentileFcrtunate1y
Fortunately for the public the Fern Fernstroms Fernstrorns i istroms
stroms work so openly there is littte litttedangT ntUedangr littledangr
dangr of deception and once their theirsystem tltetrsstEm theirsystem
system is understood there fe some somechance me meC e ehanc
chance C hanc ta prevent them t from consum consummating COft StImJnating conusmzatng ¬
mating such au h impositions as 8 had been beenplanned beenlanned i ii1anned
planned lanned in this Instance InstancegYMPATHY 1ngtan 1ngtanSYMPATHY instanceSYMPATHY
While hile Rpjestv tlskys nskys subordinate of officers offiprs offcems ¬
ficers who have reached places of tem temporary temporary ternporary ¬
porary safety tet fety and members of the theHussion theUusgian thefluss4Ln
Hussion admiralty at home are daily dailyfirding dailyfinding dailytitding
finding new points of ofaLtack attack on the theunfortunate theunfortunate theurrortunate
unfortunate Russian oommandw it is isInterestIng IStreMJng isNtrent4ng
InterestIng to note the treatment ltt he beis heIe heis
is receiving recelY from his captors Tews TewsV T Tt Tet
V t H conqueror visited vi81t Hojestvensky Roje tveaskY J Jthe JM JMthp Iiit
the t Toklo hospital and according to toa toa toa
a dispatch expressed his sympathy sympathyfvr JItJMtbyf1r
fvr r the admirals adml1alswoutNIs wounds praised ed the thedesperately thed thed
desperately d lcrateJy rately courageous eoura fight of the theKussians theUussians theRussians
Russians and expressed the hope that thatVice thatYtc thatVfre
Vice Ytc Admiral Xojeatvemky Roje eneky would soon soonbe IOOIlbE
be 1 able to return to Ruaeia RutJe Russlerniral Ad Admiral Admiral ¬
miral Yamamoto Yama o the Japanese mini mhttoter minitr tnltt tnltttpr
ter of the wavy sent aut flower to Ko KoJestvensfcy RojtStvfnsky itojestvensky
Jestvensfcy accompanied by the fol follow folIr foliflg ¬
low Ir ing note I 1 beg to t express my Jmynspeet myrespect myTespect
respect for you in discharging digeh8 D your yourduty yourduty yourduty
duty like a soldier in fighting deeper desperately deeperatr1y per peratr1y ¬
atr1y for th the sake of your fatherland fatherlandI
I cannot refrain from fnn sympathising sympathisingwith 8 tziag tziagIt11
with S tilt you in your wounded condition conditionand dln conditionard ltJon ltJonand
and hope the accommodations of our ourhospital ourhopitaw ourhospitals
hospital and the ability of e out tr naval navalsurgeons DaV1l1sureons navalsurgeonS
surgeons will ease your suffering and andspeedily andsjffdily andspedlly
speedily restore re tore your OUr1teaUh OUr1teaUhThe health healthThe healthThe
The dispatches fail to show IIho that t the theRussian tileRussian t tRussian
Russian emperor or any fl member menl r of ofth orth ofth
th Russian admiralty has niute niuteeffort ndeeffort ait aiteffort
effort to convey to the t wounded ad admiral admiral admiral ¬
miral an expression of sympathy or ora ora ora
a word of ofapvr appreciation iaUoilk They ae net tt tltta8 tltta8out bun WIBout bunout
out on what proved to be a hopeleSS hopeleasmission Jt pele3Smission hopeleSSmission
mission with a taMtftrimproviaed and andIKorlyefluIpped azidptorlyequlpped
IKorlyefluIpped 1 orl1 ulppd fleet The ewjperor ewjperorcomnHWriJ eMP8rorcommifqIJeti pperorvomlili
comnHWriJ vomlili Us on tearing ionain the Baltic l3I Jtif t tfight t ttight totight
tight and defeat our enemy and td we W
I IQrie
were anxious to obey his orders says saysone saysQfle
one Qrie of the capturEd Russian officers officersThat officersTh ofi1CeZSTlftt
That Th t RoJestvensky did his ls utmost utmos to toobey toobey toobey
obey orders cannot be questioned He Hesailed HesaU Hesailed
saU sailed d to waters w t rs where he h had every everyreason everyreason everyreason
reason to expect the enemy to tp be beThere beThere beThere
There is 11oth nothing to fo Indicate that lack lackof lackot lackof
of courage or disloyalty on the part partof partor partof
of Rojestvensky contributed to the de defeat def dofet ¬
feat f t Lack of o ability may have been beenthere beenthere beenthere
there but his captors are sufficiently sufficientlymagnanimous sufficientlymagaanlmoug sufficientlymagnanImous
magnanimous to overlook it It They Theymore Theym Theymore
more m re ganenjus than his own people peoplecampllmft peoplecompliment I Icampllm9Rt
compliment t his conduct and a perhaps perhapsthe perhapsthe perhapsthe
the wounded admiral will find In the thesympathy theS1npathy thesympathy
sympathy and appreciation expressed expressedby express expressby
by the Japan e solace for fe the harsh harshtreatment harshtreatment harshtratment
treatment of his own government governmentPLANNING government governmentCi governmentLANN1NG
Men who claim to be on the inside insideof
of the cabinets OH lnets affairs are now no pre predicting predlctlng prodieting ¬
dieting that within a short time Charles CharlesJ
J Bonaparte who ta to become secre secretary secretary secrotary ¬
tary of the navy on July 1 will be become be beoome bocome ¬
come attorney general succeeding Mr Mr34oody 11roody MrMoody
Moody This statement is made with withfull withfull withfull
full cognizance co izance of the announcement announcementby
by the president that there will be no nofurther nofurther nofurther
further changes in the cabinet for a ayear ay ayear
year r Mr M 1Ileodys odys friends are quoted quoteda
a all saying he will Ill retire from the cab cabinet cabiuet cabmet ¬
met within Uhln a few ev meRtha to resume resumehis resumeRIa resumehi
his hi law practice pract e in Boolon and Mr MrUenaparte 11UO1JMUte Mrlonapnrte
Uenaparte is looked upon as his suc succeeaor sucCQ succespar
ceeaor as attorney general generalThis Eener generalThis 1 1Thffi
This view T W meets ready read support among amongMr amongtlr amongMr
Mr Bonapartes close friends They Theypoint The ThetOlnt TheypoInt
point out that he i Is a man with a acfmstitiUtonaL ae aconstitutlonat
cfmstitiUtonaL e ttullo al aversion to routine and anddetail an1detAil anddetail
detail and that the position of sec secretary seeJetKr secrotary ¬
rotary JetKr of the navy which Is essen essentially csscntII essentinily ¬
tially tII a post pQ t involving little except exceptroutine e exceptroutine cept ceptroutine
routine and detail would ould be most dis distasteful distasteful distasteful ¬
tasteful to him Further Mr Bona Bonaparte BonaPArte BoHRparte ¬
parte has It often taken occasion to ex express txpte88 oxprom ¬
press hte h contempt for the politicians politiciansof
of congress and their methods As Assecretary Assecretary Assecretary
secretary of the navy lie would be bebrought bebrought bebrought
brought into almost daily contact with withth withtMm withthem
th them m and his feelings toward theia theiawould Ulellould theuwould
would ould not be likely to better the al already already atroudy ¬
ready strained relations that exist be between between between ¬
tween the president and congress s As Asattorney Asattorney Asattorney
attorney general en ral however it is ar arJ arperl argued
perl J ed Mr Ir Bonaparte weak odd have prac practically practically practicaity ¬
tically nothing to do with congress and andwould andwould andwould
would be engaged en in work that would wouldbe wouldbe ould ouldbe
be congenial ht every way wayPresident wa waPresident wayPresident
President Roowvelt Is known to tohave tohaye tohave
have the t highest b hest opinion of Mr Bona Bonapates Bonapates Bonapates
pates legal 1 1 ability and since the two twoare twoare twoare
are frtemte of years Jors standing it is isfair i iair Iafair
fair to presume the president pre ttis is 1 fa familiar familiar familiar ¬
miliar with with Mr Bonapartes Aversion Aversionto dverslon dverslonto erslon erslonte
to routine work and to topolitickms politicians If Ifthe Ifthe Ifthe
the story of Mr MIT Moodys early retire retirement retirement retiremeet ¬
ment is true it i Is therefore easy to tobelieve toMliev toheve
< believe heve Mr Ir Bonaparte will iII be his auc aucQBSERVANCE succ uucceesor
Something more than perfunctory at attentkm att8ntion attentlon
tentkm should be given to the r request rEMlustof U st stof
of Governor Catlor r that Flag day be begenerally beleneraJly begenerally
generally observed by citizens of Utah Utahin UtahIn UtahIn
in accordance < e with the governors re recent reOErnt recent ¬
cent proclamation Every household lto in inUtah Inutah InUtah
Utah should poeeees a flag and the theemMem theemblem theemblem
emblem should be displayed on June JuneH
11 the 138th anniversary of the adop adoption adoptlon adoptien ¬
tion of the Stars and Stripes Those Thosehi
hi charge of o public buildings can be bedepended bepended bedepended
depended upon to t watch matters of ofthis orhis ofthis
this nature closely but citizens gener generally geneaJly generally ¬
ally are apt a t to overlook them themAs lIt8mAs themAs
As Governor Cutler notes Utah has hasheretofore hasheretofore hasheretofore
heretofore been ft a trifle triAe lax ir observing observingFlag ob observingFlag rvInS rvInSFIR
Flag FIR day but there is no reason why whythis whythis whythis
this condition should continue A Aproper AJ Aeroper
proper J observance of the day merely merelyrequires merelyrequl merelyrequires
requires requl s the display of the national nationalemblem nationalemblem nationalemblem
emblem It involves no expense e pente be beyond be beyMtd beyend ¬
yond the purchase e of a flag requires requiresno
no time and no labor The day has h8s no nomenace nomenaee nomenace
menace te the peace and safety satet of any anyone anyone anyone ¬
one and patriotic citizens should make makeit
it a point oint t to fittingly observe the oc occaaion occa orcanton
canton caaionIt ca
It will be a good OOr time to recall what whatthe whatthe whatthe
the flag fta means and to tell the young youiigters youtlgenJ youngstern
stern ters enJ what it mean 1DNB A good time to toimpress tolIWea8 toimpress
impress lIWea8 upon them that the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States flag is not a battle emblem emblemmerely emblemmerely emblemmereiy
merely but stands for something great greater gr at ater ¬
er than that thatfo for liberty IIbert equality en enlightenment enlightenment enhightenmant ¬
lightenment progress plO r for the most mostj mostlorJous mostglorious
j glorious government vemmett on earth They Theyshould TheyalMvld Theyshould
should be told that the honor of the theflag thefta theflag
flag fta fa at stake tak not only when an out outside outside outside ¬
side foe Is threatening but when hen dis disnon dishony dishoneety
hony non slT misgovernment n vernn nt and oppres oppression oppression Oppression ¬
sion exist at home and that they tlte can canadil canaat canadd
add to the glory of the Stars and andStripes andStrtHS andStripes
Stripes by consecrating themselves to tothe tothe tothe
the cause of good citizenship citizenshipIf
If Alfonso really wishes to do the theright therl therIght
right rl ht thing he should continue his trip tripby trillby tripby
by visiting U this country We e have a anumber AIUJII anumber
number IUJII frc of men of whom he ha bets heard heardDewey hearDttwey heardDowey <
Dewey Schley Miles Roosevelt Rooseveltetc
Ne doubt d President Shea She of the theTeamsters tbeTeamsters theTeamsters
Teamsters union went to the saloon saloonwhere MIotftwhfre saloonwhere
where he was as arrested for fo the purpose purposeof ptI ptIof
of seeing how the brewery wagon W On driv drivers drivUS drlvnra ¬
ers were getting tting8JoDg tting8JoDgo tting8JoDgA4Imittln along alongo alongAmittki
o o
1 Admitting A4Imittln the correctness of the thestatement thestatemenl thestatement
statement that Togo T o held the strait straitthe 5trai1the straitthe
the Inevitable eenduaton is that Ho Hojesivensky RoJeatftnRy Hojeetvensky
jesivensky had nothing better than thanr a afourflush afpurflueb
fourflush fourflushThe fpurfluebTb r u
cza czaThe
The Tb Agricultural college lle1e board has has6ectted hasd hasdecided
decided d to await the return of Mr MrMcCorafek llrlIcCornldt MrMcCornick
McCorafek A long lon wait is probable probableit
it Mr McCornick learns what a lovely lovelyIf lovelYrow lovelyrow
row on
o ca caIC 5 5If
If PresMmt Pre k nt Anderson will 11 proceed proceedto proc ed edto
to construct een a good road rose leading out outof outof outof
of the t e state and will then t travel t14 el on onWith OftIt onIt
It one WIlT all t peat will be for forg1vo4 01 01glv
glv g1vo4
With only fourteen f urt R other councilmcoi councilmcoiagainst councIImqi councIImqiginst
against hiss 11 Fernstrom te more than thanever thanever thanever
ever convteeei of the righteousness of ofhte ofIIIi ofhI
hte hI Bosttkm BosttkmHaving nositlonHaving
ra raHavJng
Having manicured his pat lion will willMr will1tr will3jr
Mr Pltzatmmone Ft now proceed to com complete comte cornIot ¬
plete Iot te the job by brushing the animals animalsteeth AfthnarstMth animalsteeth
0 U ISw it Cwin itWfll
win l somebody be kind enough to todvire todvl tosdvh
sdvh dvire St Petersburg that Russia is isrealty IsreaRy Isreally
realty and deftniutf d Mckgfl Mckgflfst flekdjue
fst aar7 n nAi
Ai jue ig a beilg ftt J r7 np4 r 5 We e shell be able ablegk
I gk uli ttjt mniM fl hfw R Ruosit t sit J to feeling feollnsthese feelingthese COU g gthese
these days
4 4Society
Society SocietyThe II IIThe
The marriage of Miss Pearl Evans Evansand Eansand Evansand
and William Plschel took place at 7CO 7COoclock iJ iJoclock Ooclock
oclock last evenlngaf evening venln at the home me of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the brides parents The marriage ser service servIce sorvice ¬
vice was read by Rev C E E Perkins PerkinsThe PerkinsThe PerkinsThe
The bride was attended by Mrs James JamesWoodbrldse JamesVoodbridge JamesWoocibridge
Woodbrldse as matron of honor and andMiss andI15S andMiss
Miss Edith Evans as bridesmaid Wil Willard Willard
lard Hamer attended the groom When Whenthe Whenthe Whenthe
the service was as over a reception was wasgiven wasgien wasgiven
given which was attended by a large largenumber largenumber largenumber
number of the friends of the young youngpeople youngp00p1e youngpeople
people peopleThe p00p1eThe peopleThe
The home was decorated throughout throughoutin
in pinkand pink and nd white a bower formed of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the pink and white roses making a aplace aplace aplace
place for the bridal party In the din dining dinIng dinlag ¬
ing room a large basket basket of the pinlc pinlcroses pin pin105es pinicroses
roses formed the central centr decoration for fltthe frthe i ithe
the table and an l pink ribbons at eavh eavhcorner eat aeh h hcorner
corner hung from the chandelier ivhil whhIea
a shower of the roses fell from above ahoPThe ahovoThe I
The bride wore a gown of white crepe treplde erepcde
de chine with a yoke and bertha of ofreal ofreal ofreal
real lace With Vith this she carried a ashower ashower i
1 shower of bride roses Mrs Wood Woodbridge Woodbridge
bridge wore white silk muUe and Miss MissEdith MissEdith
Edith Evans was dressed in pale Nut Wuecrepe Nutcrepe bluecrepe
crepe de Venice She carried brides bridesmaid brid bridmaid bridesmaid ¬
maid roses rosesAt rosesAt rosesAt
At the reception following the service serviceMiss gtrvireiss sorvireMiss
Miss iss Bessie Williamson VllIIam on served punch punchMr punchMr
Mr and Mr Irt Pischel left last evening
for the northwest north wept and a months tour tourof touror tourof
of the coast after which they will willmake willJ willmake
make their home in Sajt Lake LakeThe Lakew LakeFhe LakeCCC
The engagement en gementi8 Is announced of Miss MissEmma 1rissr
r Emma Ramsey Ramsc to George Q Morris MorrisThe lrrisThe MrrisThe
The wedding will take place the latter laiterpart laitprpart latterpart
part of the month Miss Ramsey is isjust isjust
just home from the east where she shehas shehas he hehas
has been pursuing purs lng her musical studies studiesThe studiesit studiesCs
Cs CsThe it itT
The T e Womans umans club held the annual annualluncheon annualluncheon annualluncheon
luncheon yesterday afternoon at the theCommercial thpCommercial theConimerciel
Commercial club The round table was ivaslaid waslaid waslaid
laid in the private > dining room and was wasdecorated sasdecorated as asdecorated
decorated with quantities of pink roses roSfSllrs rosesMrs
Mrs Howard S Stowe was the toast toastmistress toastmistress toastmistress
mistress and introduced the speakers speakerswith speakerswith
with individual sallies Mrs A J IJohnson JJohnson
Johnson was the first speaker and fhp fhp8poke shcspoke
spoke on Our New President The Theother Thlolher Theother
other toasts were Mrs C S KInney Klnntyomens
Womens omens Clubs Mrs A V Taylor TaylorGoodfeltowship TaylorGoodfeJiowship TaylorGoodfeliowship
Goodfeltowship Mrs J I L Bowman BowmanThe BowmanThe BowmanThe
The New Member Miss 1iSf Fannie FannieBuckbee F FannieBuekbee < nn f fBuckbee
Buckbee The Club Husband HU bflnd Those Thowseated Tho Thoseatd Thoseseated
seated at the board were Mrs lrs Howard HowardS
S Stowe Mrs C S Kinney Mrs MrsSarah MrsSarah MrsSarah
Sarah Powers Mrs rs A V Taylor Mrs MrsA MrsA IN INA
A J Johnson Mrs A T Moon Ioon Mrs MrsFrank MrsFrank MrSFrank
Frank T L Hines Mrs < = Buckbee < Miss MissFannie MissFannie hss hssFannie
Fannie Buckbee Bu < k Miss lils Mary Alexander AlexanderMrs AIxantier1tirs AlexanderMrs
Mrs W V F Beer r Mrs Irs D N Straup I
Miss Phoebe Marohn Mrs Irs Rebecia RebeciaLittle RebIaLltUt RebectaLitti
Little > Mrs Helen Kimball Mrs 11r T W WWhittly WWhitely Yo YoVhitely
Whitely Mrs J L Bowman Mrs MrsSarah oIrsSarah MrsSarah
Sarah Dean Mrs C H Elliott Mrs MrsR MrsR MrsH
R M Guthrle and Mrs E Higley HigleyThe Higleyit HigleyCCs
it CCs CCsThe it itThe
The large Jar c event of today will be the theanniversary theanniversary theanniversary
anniversary reception to be given IYM1 this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon by I Colonel Col l and Mrs Ir B BLockwood C CLockwood CLockwood <
Lockwood and Major ahd Mr dr A M MSmith 11Smilh 31Smith
Smith of Fort Douglas Dop l s The hours arC arofrom arcfrom
from 4 to 6 and the men are Included Includedin
in the invitations invitationsMiss InvitationsIiss invItatioflsC I
C C C C3hiss
Miss Iiss Gertrude Mayer and Charles CharlesCain CharlrsCein CharlesCain
Cain Crismon will be married this thisexen thiseenin thisevening
exen eenin evening ing at 8 oclock at the home of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the brides parents on Third East Eaststreet Eaststreet Eaststreet
street The wedding ceremony w will llbp llbpfolIped be befollowed befollowed
followed by a large la e reception at which whicha whi < h ha
a great number of the friends of the theyoung they theyouJlg
young y upg people will be entertained entertainedMrs
C C C CMrs
Mrs Irs W V D Roberts of Provo Is in intown intown Intowmi
town for a few e days shopping shoppingThe shoppingit
it itThe C CTh
The Th usual midweek luncheon will be beserved berved heserved
served rved at the Countryclub Country club this after afternoon afternoon = r rnoon ¬
noon the hours being from 1250 12 till tillH
23 H A number nUR1 er of specialparties pecial Qrties are arearranged arparranged arearranged
arranged for the day dayMiss daylijg dayC
C C C CMiss
Miss lijg Beatrice BiatrlceOConnor OConnor entertained entertainrdyesterday enterta entertainedyesterday nNl nNlyesterday
yesterday afternoon in honor of Miss MissJune ol MissJune s sJune
June Bintz Four tables were filled filledwith filledwit filledwlti
with the players and sixtythree 5b tythree was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the game The house was decorated decoratedIn
In the color chosen for Miss 1188 Bintz wfd wfdding Wriding wdding
ding white hite and green gr n The tally tall cards cardswere cardsere cardsere I
were ere handdecorated in maiden hair hairfern hairferJI hairfern
fern bride roses S and white clover cloverPrizes doerPrizes Lver LverPrizes
Prizes were erf > won by b Miss U56 Bintz and andMiss andAgatha andMiss
Miss Agatha Berkhoel The guests guestswere gupstswere guestswere
were Miss Florence Grant Miss MissAgatha MissAgatha MissAgatha
Agatha Berkhoel Miss 1i55 Gertrude Gert de Mayer MayerMiss MayerMiss > r I IJiliss
Miss Elsie EI ie Scheid Miss j Susan S n Sawyer SawyerMiss Sawyer3tIss
Miss Helen Critzer Miss lies Bessie Critzer CritzerMiss ritserMiss
I Miss Helen Bamberger Miss Mi Eva EvaRichardson EaRicbardtOn EvaRichardson I
Richardson Miss Phoebe Hardin Miss MissEvelvn MhtsEvelyn ss ssEel
Evelyn Eel n Mason Miss Mabel Gaines of ofBerkeley ofBerkele ofBerkeley
Berkeley Berkele Miss Della Richards Miss MissMercy MissMercy < s sIere
Mercy Iere Berkely Miss Josephine Bob Botsford Bobford Hotsford
ford Mrs n Frank White and Mrs Fred Frederick Fredcrick i ierIck ¬
erick U Leonard LeonardMrs Leonard1Im
C C C CMrs
Mrs L J Kyes and Miss Esteila EstellaSchwartx EsteilaSchMm EsteilaSchwartz
Schwartz leave lea tonight ton hl for a three threeweeks thrppweeks threeweeks
weeks visit lsIt at the Portland fair and andSeattle andSeattle andSeattle
Seattle SeattleMrs
it it1rs C C CMrs
Mrs S R Sturgis of Fort Douglas Douglasentertained DouglasentEtrtaiDed DouglasentertaIn
entertained at a luncheon yesterday at ather ather ather
her home j
0 0Mrs it itI I IMrs
I Mrs C W Fiftekl was the hostess at atI j jan
I an informal bridge ridg party yesterday yesterdayafternon yesterdayafternon
afternon afternonMiss afternon31iss i iMIPS
Miss Margaret argar t McClure is home from fromschool fromsch601 fromsehol
school in San Francisco to 9i sind > end nd the thesummer thesummer I
summer summerMiss mm I I11ss
Miss 11ss Lucy Gaby entertained yester yesterday yesterday ester esterday ¬
day afternoon for 0 the Misses i 8 Bertha Berthaand Bf Berthaand > rtha rthaand
and and Ethel Jones of Duluth who ho are areher areher areher
her guests for a short time timeMrs timeMni
0 0Mrs
Mrs George A Atkin of Mil Milford ford 5s 5sin jsin t tIn
in the city visiting Isttin friends for a short shorttime shorttime shorttime
0 0Mrs it itMN
Mrs W H Monahan is now at horn homat hornat homeat °
at 113 Second street streetMtes stetMiss
0 0Miss
Miss Katherine Dougail of Spring Springville SpringvUle Springyule
yule is spending a few days in the city cityDale cityC cityDale it itDale
Dale Park leave this morning for forhis forI forhis
his home ue in the northern part of the thestate theThe thestate
state stateThe = t
I C C C CThe
The pupils of the Collegiate ColI te institute institutegave institutgavP institutegave >
gave a party at the school last evening eveningin
in commitment to the members of the thesenior tbesettlor thesenior
senior claw and also to Herbert S SAnderson SAnde SAnderson
Anderson Ande and Mrs Margaret X Ray RayFoote RayFoote RayFoote
Foote of the faculty who will m not re return return return ¬
it itMrs C C CMrs
Mrs E O Lees Sunday Sun ay school hOOI class classwill classwUl classwill
will receive ive Informally in honor of Miss MJfsIClna MissNina
Nina 1101 Knudson Kn dSOfl Thursday evening eveol at atthe atthe atthe
the home of Mrs Lee 67S Third street streetThe streetThe
000 000The
The normal graduates of the Hut University Unlcrslty Hutvorsity ¬
versity gave a reception r ptlon at the school schoolyesterday schoolyesterday hool hoolyeslerclay
yesterday in compliment to Professor ProfessorWilliam ProfelSOrVJlIiam ProfessorWIlliam
William M Stewart and the teachers teachersof tlch tlchof
of the Normal school Following the thereceiving thereceiving thereceiving
receiving part the class presented to tothe tothe tothe
the school a sum of 200 for the gym gymnasium g gymnanium m mnasfum ¬
nasium fund and also presented to Mr MrStewart MrStewart 1r 1rStelntrt
Stewart the pictures of the graduates graduatesBesides gnuluatesBesides graduatesBesides
Besides this formal part a a number of ofspeeches orspeecbf ofspeeches
speeches s were made by the professors professorsand
and the members of the class classMARRIAGE classMARRIAGE
580 S smCharles Charles II Carson Fairfield and andLizzie andL andAn8I1 andLizzie
Lizzie LizzieAnsen L = flerpett = Payson PaysonAnaon vr
Ansen P Winsor r jr Enterprise Enterpriseand
and Barbara Murray Tooele TooeleSK T0geIti3JaIlKti Tooelei3James >
SK i3JaIlKti Jaims Lundberg Lund lb TDtieu aDd Clara ClaraMev ClaraI Clara3levers
Mev 3levers I rs Murray MurraySS Murrayrauk
SS Mraak rauk i Schafer tafer Los Angeles A = fles Cal Caland Calaoo CaLand
and Ida W Moore Davenport Neb NebIW NobIHenry e eAJHfnry
IW AJHfnry Henry C Jackson Salt Lake and andMamie andmle andMamle
Mamie mle Hunter Salt Lake LakeSErnest LakeErnest Lake5Ernest
SErnest Ernest R WooMejr ooRey Salt Lake and andEmetine andEmeline andEmeline
Emeline Hampton Centerville CentervilleSK CentervUki164lpba Centervilic135Alpha >
SK i164lpba Alpha R 1 I Jacques Jaeq1l Salem Ida lel and andCarolin andifto andCrofl
Carolin PetErsen ifto Rexburr itebmgTNleIs Ida IdaSK
SK TNleIs Niels P Nleteon Tharber h r and andMacia andIada andMade
Made a Jane Olson Salem Salemals Salem1SGoorge SalemGoorge
als 1SGoorge Goorge O Holt Enterprise and andJultntte andJultette I
Jultntte C Adams dams Parowaa ParowaasagFrank ParowsaiFrauk I
sagFrank Arthur Lowe Salt Lake and andAi andAfht andA4t
Ai J West Salt Lake LakeitfNephl Lake4Nephl
itfNephl 1 Nephi Johnson Burton and Lena LenaHermann LenaBotmann Lenaflofmann
Hermann Salt Lake LakeM LakeiUJOtteph LakeillJoseph
M iUJOtteph Joseph Folkman Blackfoot and andEmily andEmily andEmily
Emily Brown North orth Ogden OrfeMS OlltdetLirCharlt Ogdeni4Charks
MS irCharlt Charles s Frederick Carlson Salt SaltLake SaltLAJ SaltLake
Lake and I1II Lulubei Eldredse Salt Lake LakeA La LukeVIIHam
LAJ VIIHam PISCImeI an Martha I k LarI Pearl PearlEvans rI rIEvans
Evans EvansA
A sanitary bakary equipped with withspotless withIp withspotless
spotless Ip U SS and germASf Ser germJ d raachjntry 1M7 makes makesRoyal ntkkeR nlhkesROynl
Royal R yal Bread absolutely abfloill Jy rlban and pure pureOur tureOur pureOur
Our crown label on every loaf loo loafc
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n K Ketk elt h OB OBrien rlen C Company Companynw 0 mpany f
10 e l t1Oto
nw f fI
I 1 1Oto 0 to 50 5O7 Discounte
June SaleEv Sale SafeArticle
Article The TkeTJT TheItouse
Every Ev ty in in
TJT I Reduced ReducedI Reducedfrom O 1 1
1 House ITouse Jxeduced Jxeducedfrom
from 10 10e 10to I 0 o ot5O
e to t5O t5OI 50 50Tne 50f 50The
I The magnitude magn magnitude tude or of suet a sale salecan salecan salecan
can test be appreciated wnen when it itis it itis
1 is is considered tnat that the discount discountand discountand
and reductions take in inEverything in inEveQthiJ1g inJ3
J3 Everything in the cloak arid suit department departmentEverything dcpnrtmontEvo t t11t
11t Everything Evo Es ar thin timing in iii the thes sectionfor seebion C Jl Lor or boys bQ and girls g gr l5ar1 apparol apparolEure ajjparolIg1r uroI uroIl
Ig1r Eure l llQre stock of ladies la ludiwaists ludiwaistsIqiutI ieS waists nvaisteMillinery waistsMininery
IqiutI Millinery of all allkind allkindEycTthing kindf kindfEverything kincNtti
tti Everything in domestic section except common coinmonprin coinmonprinThe prints printsTlie printswwi
wwi The complete stock of summer wash w sh dress goods etc etcThe etc etcThe etcnjyI
njyI The full stock of linens linensEvery 1inenEvery 1umsEerypiccl
Every Eerypiccl picco of dea6gDd3 de gtmds except exept5centl l5cent iccntl1in linings iugs and andremnants andremmtnts andr
r remnants rentaulutshi j jOur l lOur
hi U Our beautiful I s i0cKVqf Jc qf silks Iks viih wil the hc oxcopjion c = of ofRajah gfR3jah ofi
i Rajah silk amid remnants remnantsThe remmmtsI remnantsTime >
I The entire stock of gloves glovesParasols glovestql lov lovPArasols
tql Parasols of all descriptions descriptionsArt
j 1 I Art goods goodsfancy fancy needlework necessaries and acces accessories accesiiories accesaeries ¬
aeries except CorticeUisiJk CorticeUisiJkEverything Corticelli Cortice1lisillEverything fillt
0 0EYothi
Everything EYothi g in ni the t tc wayjpf wayf < jewelry jenory a andhidvqjjtitos andhidvqjjtitosAll andndvtttcis andndvtttcisI v ti j jAU
I AI All the innumerable littlo articles in m notions notl noion PS < except exceptthread exceptii cept ceptthrea
ii k thread and six 5PI > ol silk silkLadiec7 silkwr ilk
t ji jiJolIet
wr i JolIet 1 Ioods ad lJ undrtos undrtosIfil t
Ifil l I lfiat SliJ1h10S4f T
fl n Ladiec7 la I adie H neckwearV neckwearVEmbroidery neckwoar neckwoarEmbroider to 4
1 Li Embroidery Embroider and laces loceslIus lacesMens 7i 7iMens
Mens furnishings furnishingsLadies furnisliimmgsLd urnislingsLadies
Ladies Ld and childrans hosiery 1esi6IYIa
e eLadios citr
tr Ladios Ia ios and nchgbiIdrep > Qhildre yiJdr < unddnvopr und underwoti underwotiComets rw r rCors iy u uCorsets
Corsets Cors > 4 j jI > fs fsGariMjts S Sit1
it1 I Carpets rugs beds lted draperies and avarylhing oCllYthi th in tb tbbasement the thebasement
basement basementLittle bIl5em mt I IiwyI
iwyI Little ho hotre 6 furnishings such as kitcKonyutaniilS kItcJionuUluIl etc etcf oc etcBig
f f f fBig
Big Bi bargains 1tar lt6 in in shoes shoesThe 51 shoes1AI
The Th of the sale the immense
1AI genuineness genuineness CflU1flCflC55 the re reductions recluctons ¬
r ductions on seasonable goods goodsthose those very things tilingswhich tkingswomen
which women are right now ovv clamoring for forthe fortheI fortbcbg1 the thehigh
high character of merchandise the tb very reasonableregular reasonableregular reasonable
I 1 1regular
regular prices prices the th generous manner in i n ntomers which cus customers customers ¬
treated all trend make the tb sale
tomers are to un undoubtedly uni undoubtedly ¬
the th remarkable in the tk annals
1 doubtedly most in of re retail retail retail ¬
tail circles in in Salt Lake LakeTlie LakeThe La1cThe
The June J tne Sale will run runthroughout runtlwouglwut rit
11 throughout the week
Inf Infants ants and Little Cluldren Cl Chi1drensDresses ildrens ildrensDresses s sDresses
Dresses Nearly Half Prices PricesThe
The entire stock of infants and childrens white dresses dressesfor dressefor dressesfor
for ages from 6 months to 4 years ears has been gone gon through throughand throughand throughand
and that portion of it which is soiled and muased has been beenplaced beenplated beenplaced
placed on sale le at prices pric greatly below values valuesThe valuesThe I
The dresses < are of fine fln > matJrial some are lacf la lae and others othersembroidery othprsembroldry othersembroidery
embroidery trimmed They The are well made in every every instance
600 to 750 for 450 250 and 3 for 195 195500for
500 500for for 395 145 for 95c 65c 65 and 75cfor30c 75cfor30cLadies 75cfor30cLat1 75cfor3OcLac1ies
Ladies Lat1 esl Fine White Petticoats PeicoatsThe PetticoatsI I
The stock is new but some somoof of the garments are musr musrand mnuss4 mnuss4and 1 1and
and slightly soiled soil d Some arc lace trimmed with insertion insertionand ineertioHtAd insertltnand
and tueks others with embroder
2500 ior 1250 975 for 695
1150 for f r 800 875 for 675 675June J JJune JJune
June Sale of Fine Ribbons RibbonsA
A magnificent stock or of newest Ribbons RihhonsDresden Rjbbo5D RibbonsDresden
Dresden D rescien Polka Dot Mousaline Peau de JeSoie deSoie deSoie
Soie Black Taffeta in in indeed as asdeed
deed eed all a colors coors 5 to 8 8incnes Sinches 4
incnes Inches in In wiotn WIdth 1dtl wortn wortnfrom Worth Jg J C
from 60c to 125 a yard yardCloth yardCloth
1 Cloth Suits SuitsThe SuitsThe SuitsThe
The Very Latest Spring and andSummer andSUn1ne1 andSummer
Summer Styles Half Prices PricesOur
Our entire stock during this stupendous June sale will willbe willbe m m1M
be offered at just ONEHALF of the original prices This Thisinclude ThisInclYd Thisincludes
include InclYd s Misses as well at the Ladies Suits SuitsSizes SuitSSizes SuitSizes
Sizes 32 to 44 2500 for 1250
1750 for 875 4000 for 2000 2000200P
2000 for 1000 6000 for f r 3000 3000Toilet 3000Toilet
Toilet Preparations PreparatlonsStitlonery Stationery
The Violet Toilet Water 5 fc c
1 an ounce perfumes all allmakes allIn8ks allmakes
makes makes2k 5c 5c25c ecic
25c Toilet Powder 2 for2 for ic 4 450e c c50c
50c Cold Cream CreamSachet fie 3ScSachet fieSachet
Sachet Powder for an ozUc ozUclie oz2k1ic ozCc1k
lie and Me Shaving SoapslOc SoapslOcfle
Ole worth orth of Toilet prepar preparations preparIltJon prepartions ¬
ations Cold Cream CreamTooth CrefUI1Tooth CreamTooth
Tooth Paste aDd Soap Soapfor SORPfo Soapfor
for fo fort 2 2ic c cSee
See liteCon t Cond and d 6e Dressing DressingCombs DrzuoingContla S SI
1 Combs Con 28e 28e16c 25cISe
16c Fine Combs for for5c for5cMt 5c 5cMr
Mr e Sic 5e and The Baby BabyBrushes BabyBrutlftes BabyBrushes
Brushes 25c 2cZSc c cCold
I 35 ZSc < Cold Cream ISc IScCrepe t8cCrepe lSeCrepe
Crepe Paper Lunch Sets Setsregular SetsuJar Setsregular
regular uJar 25c a set for forl 15c c cI
Best quality I alit of Transpar Transparent ¬
ent Toilet Soaps lie liecako a acake acake
cake quality 3 cakes in ina ina Ina
a box boxCc 25c 25c5c 2jctc
5c Cc Powder PowderICc 5c 5cHH 5c18c
HH Face Chamois for forc 5c 5c25c
25c 2 Buttermilk Toilet ToiletSoap ToiletSoap ToiletSoap
Soap 3 cakis in a boxlOc boxlOcGood box box1DcGood tOe tOeGood
Good quality Box of Pa Paper Paper Paper ¬
per a box bo lOc lOcGood PlcGood
Good quality of Tablets Tabletsfor Tabletsfor Tabletslet
for Sc ScEnvelopes 8cEnvelopes c cEnvelopes
Envelopes to malefe the theabove theabtwe theabove
above a package packa packagsc packagsc5e Sc Sc25r 5cTooth
25r 5e Tooth Brushes Brus e eMht each chl5c chl5cLINOL 15c 15cLINOL c cLINOL
ER regular lie c a hot bottle 8ottIe hottie ¬
tIe 15c
Shirt Waists WaistsThea
The are s sJentlid lemlid waist a t bargain Six styles m in white and andcolored andolod andCOkHCd
colored have been selected e < t d from our large stock We Wehave Wehave e ehave
have been en ruHin rmhllng the e w waists regularly at at Sic S6c c JlflO JlflOand 109 109Mo iOOand
and J12S 125 The sizes are from r
21 Mo to 42 42From i 65c 65cFrom
From our large stock of oCbeUr better grade waists we have selected selectedten sele selectedten < trI trItn
ten styles which sold regularly regularlyat < 1 45 AtL AtLat
at a t 52 S240 and 275 Th for forDemonstration forDemonstration J JLrc JLrcDemonstration
Demonstration or of Toilet ToiletPreparations I IPreparations IS
S Preparations PreparationsIn I IIn
In our Toilet Article department at prices about ONE ONETHIRD O ONETHIRD E ETHIRD
THIRD less than other makes The demonstration of the thegoods thegoo thegoods
goods 6 of W V B RIKER The list consists of Cold Col Cream CreamSkin Cr CreamSkin < am amSkin
Skin Food Perfumes P Tfumes Toilet Waters Sachet Toilet and Face FacePowders FacePowdersin FacePowdersIn
Powders Powdersin In fact everything everythingOne
One line of Ladies Parasols HALF PRICE PRICERegular PRICERegular PRICERegular
Regular line 10 per cent discount discountThe discountThe discountThe
The assortment is magnificent magnificznteclJo every shape and style 5t lc
I New Line of o Boys Hats 6J J Beautiful Assortment of o Straw and Can Canvas Canvas ¬
vas Hats newest snapes shpes 85c upvara upward Hats for or larger boys coys sizes sizes up upto upto
to numoer number 7 for 35 35c c and upward I
A bake day suggestion suggestioni suggestionHUSLERS
It prevents that tired feel feelt feelig 1
t mg I ITRY
1 1Y
I IClayton
I ILeading
Clayton Music GIL GILLeading
Leading Music Dealers
1091113 So Main St StSALT StSALT StSALT
You can bUY a good goodumbrell goodumbrella
umbrella of Mc McCondbJiY MoMcCcV
McCcV CondbJiY for a dol dollar do dotar
tar Remember this thiswhen
5 when It tub like likerain likerain
rain rainu
u West Sod South SouthKerald
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He Kerald d Want Ads Bring Results ResultsI
BARTON GO have just received a large shipment of fine Bal Balb Balbriggan
b riggan Underwear All sizes in all1he all the best colors Regular 150 h hUnderwear
Underwear now selling at the suit suitSEE 9 8 C
4547 Main BARTON T I CO Y Your ur Money Returned ReturnedStreet fteIuredStreet
Street t 0 If flat Satisfied SatisfiedJ
I LI J 1ti
Anderson Insurance Agency AgencyHUGH
HUGH ANDERSON Pres Established Established1S7L hcd
Est1 1S7L FRANK K POE Secy
168 South Main St Salt Lake City CityP CI CitypOBoxO7T y yP
P pOBoxO7T O Box B X 977 Telephone 195 195Fire
Fire Life LifeAetna and Accident AccidentA
Aetna A tna of Hartford HartfordFiremans 14949520 1199520Flrema15 14l952OFiremans
Firemans Flrema15 Fund of California CaliforniaAlliance 1 H 5202587 2 2O2SS7AliinncJ 581 581Anil1n
Anil1n Alliance of England EnglandFrankHn EnglandFranklin J > 526S6133 526S6133virm 56S6133Fra
Franklin Fra kUn Fire Fires of Philadelphia n virm u 3C9S373
iuen iuenThe
The FamO5 Shoe for Women WomenVINCENTNOTT WomenVINCENTNOTI
Is J a preparation which is I going lfOin to lorevolutionize toTtyolutiniZE torvolutinizp
revolutionize > the coldcuring loldcnrtn V nlll nllln 1smness i5i i5in
n ness w There Itier > isnt a harmful Urns Urnsalvxit thngahout hagabnt
alvxit it and it does cure colds and andhttdachen andhNdathes andheadaches
headaches httdachenBROMO hNdathesBROMO headachesBROMO
Chicago ChicagoPunch ChicagoStnf ChicagoServe
Serve i it t in n the c 111 anSt 111SLCHARLES
Punch to small smt 1 holes in the th f fand tand 1and >
and use as desired Always satislu satislutorj sat sattOry satIsLitory
tOry torySOLD
In Effect May 21 1905 1905LEAVE 1905LEAVE 1905LEAVE
Ko 0 IS for Ogden 1 A M MNo KNo MKo
No 6 for Denver and Ba East t S sili i JL M MKo MNo2 Mo
Ko No2 o 2 for Denver and Sa Rut t > 35 P M MNo Y Yao Mo
No o 4 for Denver D nver and Bht 501 IS P M MNo M Mo
ao No 011 o 11 for Ogden and alKlloeal local points pointal06 P M MNo K KO litt
t No O 1 iC for H Retter ber Provo an anMarysvale and anflMarynaJe andMarysvale
Marysvale 8 111 A M MNo 31No 1 1No8
No No8 8 for Provo and eureka ill 41 P M MNo MNo 31No
No S for Ogden and West 111 P M MNo 3 3No l lNo1
No No1 1 for Ogden and West VestlfIi 146 P pI M MSo
So o 5 for Ogden and West 1t1i lO A A M MI MNo 31No
I No 111 tor forPrk Park City 115 A 31 31No L LNo
I No Ill for Stagnant 81 SI S A M MNo MI 31No
No 12 I from Ogden n and local localpoints localpoints
13s points 3s 511 JI A M MNo MNo 31No
I No 5 from Denver and Kast Xll ast t 1125 iO 35 A M MNo XI MNo
No No1 1 from Denver and East 1 = P M MNo YNo3 31No
No No3 3 from Denver and Last llW 11 iS P PNo M MNo 31No
I No S from Koeer Prove and andMarysvale amiac am amMarjsvale
Marysvale ac svale EW PM PMNo P M MI
I No 6 from Ogd O Ogden n and Weet S i4S 411 A ANo A M MNo 31No
No 14 from Ogden P PNo M MNo > 5 5No
No 2 from Ogden and West S4 3 24 P M MNo 3 3No t
No 104 4 from Ogden and West est T 111 P M MNo MNo MNO
No 7 from Eureka and Provo I 1Itt iC A AT ATNo T To tNo
No o 11 from Park City 51 51i P Ji JiNo M MNo r rNo
No 113 from Bingham 1051 A ANo M MNo 31Ito
No 115 ll from Bingham 4 1S P PrERFECT M Mi 31PEBFECT
All trains except Nos 1i os 1 to 6 Inclusive Inclusivetop IncusleItop Inclusivehop
top at intermediate Intpnn dlatf points pointsTicket pointsTicket pointsTIcket
Ticket office > Pooly Doo1 block bl Ck Phone 305 305T 215 215T
Time Table TableIN
JUNE 1 1905 1905No 1905ARRiVE 1905ARRIVE
I No No4From 4 4From From Ogden Chicago ChicagoOmaha ChicagoOmaha ChicagoOmaha
Omaha St Louts Kansas KansaaCity 515 a IB
City < Jty and Denver DenverNo DenverNo DenverNa
No s From Ogden O den Portland PortlandButte 830 a m
Butte and San Francisco FranciscoNo
No 6 IProqi Frofls Ogden O d n and inter intermediate ¬ 933 93 a a
mediate points pointsNo pohtsNo pointsNo
No 17 12From From Ogden O den Cache CacheValley CacheValley
Valley and intermediate intermedtatpoints intermediatepolnt
points pointsNo polntNo an a II IIo
No o 2 2lrem Fran Ogden OKd n chicago ChtcMOSt CbIcaPSt
St Loots Kansas as City CityOmaha CJ CJI CityOmaha
Omaha Denver and San SanFrancisco j r rFrancisco
I Francisco FranciscoNo 445 p pill pillI m mDEPART
No W 1CFaem Fon Ogden Cache Caebelelr CacheValley
I Valley SanFrancieco lelr Butte Portland il 741 7A p II IIDEPAR 1 f fDEPART
No o 5For For Ogden Omaha OmahaChicago 01Iafrt OmahaChicago
Chicago a Denver Kansas KansastIlT 7ia
I frt frta tIlT and S SI Louis r LouisNo 71 l a m ffl fflNo mI
No 7 iFor For Ocen Portland PortlandButte Portlandd PortlandButte
Butte San Francteco Frencleco and In Intermediate t ttermediate
I termediate d points pointsN a DI DINo
N No ° 1 IFor For Oicd Ogden n nOnIaha nOnIahaI Omaha OmahaChicago OmahaChicago
Chicago C Denver Denv r Kansas K Kd Xanascity KansasCity
I City d St Louis and San SanNo 141 141No 111No
No li IIFor For 6gd Oc Ogden nCaciMi n Cache Val Valhey 411 All m
hey 1 and intermediate points pofntsNo3For pointsNo PAl F lu luNo
No No3For 3 3For For Ogden Denv DenvKansas Denver DenverKaRMa nfr nfrtu
Kansas City Omaha St StLouis JK 15
tu nclCt o II IINo
Louis and Chicago ChicagoNo P F FNo
No 9 IFor For Ogden Cache Val ValSan Valr ValIcy
r Icy Butte Helena Portland Portlanda1r PortlandSan
San Francisco and Inter t 1145 I4 K OBI OBIRW
RW a1r mediate = ate O points 13 P PT RJ RJT
Traffic Manager ManagerD Xana < tr trD
A G P t T A ACity ACIty ACity
City Ticket Office Of M SI Mate Street StreMTelephone St StreetTelephore t tTelfphore
Telephone 36 36Net 50Not b bNoteThe
Net NoteThe The train numbers shown ab a aare ahli ahliare f fare
are Oreiton on Short Hue train numbers ar a i ido 1do Ido
do not apply to the th Southern Paeifle wst wstof W5oof w wof
of Ogden or the Union Pacific eat eatthereof fa eatthereof t tthrpof
San an Pedro Los LosR LosAngeles Os OsAngelesSaIt
Angeles AngelesSaIt Salt Li1 Lau e eR
From Oregon Or on Short Line Depot DepotSalt DepotSalt DepotSalt
Salt Lake City CityNo
I No No5For S SFor For Stockton and Ttatic7fi TtRUc TinticDistrict
District 715 3 aw awNo m m mNo
I No N SS For Provo Q SCereur SCereurManti MereurpoInt =
Manti and point on 9anpte SaSNa S CM m
1 Valley VaneyNo OW 8 ffl fflNo inNo
No SI IIFor For Provo Nephi and andLynn 5 KM KMLynn
Lynn 311 p pNo PNo In InNo
No 1 IFor For Loa es and
Aq Angeles In Istermediate CM
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