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THE SALT LAKE HERALD SATURDAY SATlRDAYJLLY SAITITRDAY JULY 15 1 1905
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FALLS FALLSOregon FALLSWORK
Oregon Short ShortERN
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ERN PACIFIC ACIFIC WORK WORKRTEO WORK WORKRTEO
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RTEO IT WILL WILLSTART START UN UNDER UNDER UNDER
DER A C RIDGEVAY RIDGEVAYiiv RIDG RIDGEWAYvC WAY WAYIltl
lHUvv Iltl It tv v of Twin liflls 1Pafl Ida Idar t tr1t
iiv iivi f rAfltf r r1t 1J for f a 11 < ialtibratlou witli wttkit j
i ItWri it WI in gri < Pt > t tho tracklayers on
L 1 i1f J4k doki dok L brsinrh hnm < h of the Oregon Short Shortin
in 11 about tn t ii days Yesterday sterouy tho thoiyai thoIL
iyai IL ti b btlng < lns laid wltliln thirteen mlleo mUoobf mllwtOV
KtiW bf V towi tOV o omJd
ui mJd mulillw kt of A AiiKUwt UMt vlll 1l1 JWO iP o the com comof comfJjn C0fl11a
fJjn 1a of u thi th = c 5 branch and in the moan mountlo
4 tlo eriRlnifTlng 1j1r r1ng deimrtment of the theI
I I I txkuii t1kHJ iki tho truffle earnings or ormpl
i iemplcteil mpl < ttrl Kf tifctlon i I tion and applying them them tl1mlp
ifllt lp dtftray the coat qt > f construction constructionj oonatru Uon UonI
j mlk n k of now rotid HCfS se e < s bfgirer bust bIi8tt
4is b t a urtut Jut number of farmers f rmers out O1tiN jilt
iro tr > bf being Inrr shipped Into the Twin Falls FallaWtn
trtry to say a ty nothing liotIdi of merchanfliso merchanflisoJ mfrchon o ooUlpr
J other rroignt trl ht A As a consequence consequ COflC1UOi1C nc tho thoJifflr thoaJtlr
Jifflr department deD1rtm nt of the Short tJft43 ljro Is Isi jsOInln
i omlns OInln anxious for the completion of orh oflii
h lii H pranch at t which tlmo th thQ t aarnlnes + nlnbS
vV 111 rorne OflR in through throu h Its iL hand This Thisp
p < > Un or the Union Pac1t1e 8ystam Vram ro rof
f ijuf f to bfJ oue QLJ ot tho mot profltablo profltabloot
roads of It Jbs ltj length l lh in the wcsti wcstiRIOGEWAY wcs wcsIRIDGEWAY
RIOGEWAY RIDGEWAYTO TO HAVE CHARGE CHARGEReported CHARGEReported CHARGEReported
Reported He Will Direct Salt Lake LakeEnd
End of Western Pacific Pacificr Pacificl1envr
r l1envr > envr Jury K UTho Tho Post saia sa s
Actual ua1 construction on the projected
V Western > estern Pacific railway ra1J has been en doUtyed
by P the illness mn ss of Vice I President ealdent Charles
Bchlacks S < hlacla of the Denver Rio Grande Granderailway
railway but tho work Ork will soon begin beginaOrdlng
Recording iiceordin to advices a1vic received at the cen cenral
> 44 CU1 ral at offices otn < es of tbo Rio Grande as Preai I
dent Jeffery and Vice Vie President Schlocks I
in wlxMse hands George J 1 Gould has left I
tTO t1 work of constructlnc the now road
have nearly completed all plans plnnsr
Mr r Gould sailed for Europe more than thana
a month ago but before loavmc 03v1nl talked
matters over with Mr Jpflorr J ttOl7 and Mr
Schlacks S < l hhtcks acks and in a tear t W W1ok1t w ok 1C is ex E < < I Iected
3 Vected > cted General Manager Mtna A A C RldKeway
of the DenTer Rio Grande will bo sent
to Salt Lake La to superintend tho construe
1Ion thoi work Ork OrkWILL
WILL ADOPT STAFF SYSTEM SYSTEMSouthern SYSTEMSouthern
Southern Pacific Will Put It in Over OverMountains OvcrMountains
Mountains MountainsSan
San Francisco PTanc 3Co July 14 1 14The Tho Bulletin Bulletinwars Bulletinrra
wars rra H
warsBy By HBr the th InstAllatlon 1 taI1at n of th the staff signal signalovgtera eJgn eJgnIIVtem eignaiplen L
ovgtera on the mountain division of tho I
S Srra rra Nevada the Southern Pacific will willremove wmrtmoo mvii mviiremove I II
remove all danger of a possible accident accidenton
on this lInE linoThe lInEThe
The staff signal system hitS been beennorkcd been1orkcd I
worked up for gome year on other roads roadsxotably roadsotably
xotably over th the Raton Pass of the
Santa itntmL Fe and has htl civen complete satis ¬
faction The Th officiate of tho Santa 8 nta Fo say sa r
that t hat without tni this wyst IJYStEfn n they would have hav m
been unable to handle tho traffic over the themountain themountain m mITflrntain
mountainSome mountaint mountain
Some Sain time OKO go Jajritxs Affler l who was wasttin
t it tl lffooufh lffooufhl wmuI 1 1atlt
ttin t with the E Southern Pacific was sent senteast sen sencast I
east atlt with J 1 H Wallace to mako an in inspection insp ir irspeeUort ¬
spection sp t1on of the system and his report reportwa reportWuJ repor I Inii
WuJ wa so satisfactory sautactor that General Man JManrger Manr Managar
agar r er E R 1 Calvin has ba decided to put in it itIt
thr n staff signal system syst m on the road be ¬
tween t tme Wn n Jlocklin and Truckee TruckeeThis TruckecThis ThmckeoThis
This system takes tho place of a train trainorder trainorder trailortmr
order and tho officials In speaking of It Itdeclare Itcf1lar I Iteara
declare that It Is Impossible for a cOl cOlPlon cOlIn cbift
ft Plon i In n to occur with this style of signal signaling slsnal1nl ¬
ing ingIt 1nl
It does not mot mean thut ooorators will willI11 mvii
I11 1 dot dOtHi one away with for thn operator will willv mvii mviiu mviiI III IIIt i
v t slpnal I RI at th thl anproaeli of tratn trainsa tratnR
a 1 1 thrrc arc thr three < c dlf dIfr rerrnt eI < nt signals One Onef On Onth
f th slcrals i i fT the e approacliltiir approacliltiirron approacimilimto C Jlj Jljt
ron to take the h aidctrack d th t thm second la lat I i
t V > i erne up u on the main m ln llneajid lIn line tU1d stop < toP and andt man I l
t 1 third indicates that tI m engineer manI can cantako cant1k I i
tako nut tbe tb staff and 4Btinuo Unuo on his bisiken hisp hisken him himken I i
p
ken out the thebe theJo I
be Jo next sta staut staut mitat
t ut back mck the theLg theat lic I Igatahgl i
Lg gatahgl at a high highreceive hJJhrC I Ireceive
receive rC Jve tIt tftohas tbchas tIthas
has to do dos liod i I Ici
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COLLINS C BUSY BUSYLOOKING BUSYLOOKINGtJP BUSYLOOKING
LOOKING LOOKINGtJP UP LAW LAWWillNotgjixo LAWillNGo
19 19WiltNolGo
WillNotgjixo W illNGo Back to San Prancisco PranciscoWillingly Franciscor
r cr crWillingly j Willingly Willingly4ti
4ti 4tiPERlFRY IE L LERhY rt rtPE
PERlFRY PE P ERhY MUST MUST BE PROVEN PROVENs PROVENTHEWISE
i iOTHErlWJSE 4 4OTHEhwISE
PO s
OTHErlWJSE OTHEhwISE O VICTORIA COURT COURTWILL COURT COURTwILL
WILL WILLLET LET HIM HIM GO GOjHn GOiut I Ii
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f jHn iut n Franciaco July 14 14Vititricl District At Atrfley l ll1ey
tJfrfley t l1ey Byington is I today engaged in inurrangirig InlrrUJgirlg inraiigit
mtr j urrangirig raiigit for or the extradition of Course GeorgtD UeorgCCollinit >
D Collins the fugitive lawyer and alu alubopes amidopes
Ji Jiopca opes that upon the shovIng to be e emade
n made m ade tliJudlcful th jldlcal and ud government au authoriUcjjS authorltJ auorIio
t thoriUcjjS thorltJ th orIio ut t Victoria will decide < to toplactf toplacl1 toacYdol1iiis
plactf pI 1 acYdol1iiis > dollins in the th ctiutody of Detet Detettivc Detttivc Detetve
tivc fi l ve Gibson to be brought back hero herofor 111 lmett > 4 4fOl
for to t trial for ultagQtl l perjury pcrj J
Tim ho opinion of Bylngton at Ute pres present rutIcnt pretnt ¬
e ent nt time Is that It will wYll not bo neccB neccBnary 1lt neecery > NS NSanry
s nary sa ry to wind a number ot witnesses to
Victoria V ictoria or even to mako the trip him himself ¬
self se lr Ho believes that the th requisition requisitionpapers requisitionJhpers reqUisltllhpers
P papers 1 accompanied by the records or orautheiitloqted OtautheutlQqtt1 oruthemztlcqtetl
a autheiitloqted ooptaK lII H thereof then o and an the timeapommitlthms
tj dOIJOlSitl danositiohs ns of the witnesses who RI RIeared 11 i ipoared
poured n beforerthe before the grand jury JUI will bo bosufficient b b9unIcient beiflicletit
sufficient Sl to efftnbliHh e tttbliHh the th regularity of ate
the th thfu e < hnrKo now 110 vending against the timegitive
fugitive fu gitive barrister barristerProof barrhclerProof barristerProof
Proof Is Wanted WantedThe WantedThe WantedThe
The demand for vvltiustsos > H was made madea
f In a tdlegrajfj t i from Chief litef Langley of
Victoria > received here last night nightaiigIty
LangJey L dtnilRred > it would be neretJ neretJsary JtcceSBQl iteecitRi
sary BQl 8 ° Ri 3 to have tmv two experts perts on the Cali aLI aLIotimia ¬
fornia f law of perjury two witnesses to toprove to1Oc torove
r prove p the perjury p > rjur and nd the officer bear boarng ¬
i inS ng the warrant These persona It WHS WHSset Wa5set vttt vtttet
s set et forth should be in Victoria nest l1e t
Wednesday Vodnes < 1n morning
Byington and Judge Lawlor con conerred ¬
f ferred erred today in respect to the dispatch dispatchrom
J from f rom La L Langley Kley ngley13othqf
13othqf Both of thorn were of the opinion that
It i t would not be necessary neces ry to present presentsuch pre preemmluch e1t e1tsuch
such S an elaborate array of proof I to tothe tothe t te
1 the th e courts at 11 t Victoria In order tomake to tomake tc I Iake
i make ake certain certain however Judge Laxvlor Laxvlorr Lawlprsent
r sent t nt a telegram of Inquiry Inqul addressed < l to tcangley
i Langley Lan L le In which he asked askedWill askedUVIll
Will the tact that an Indictment has haseeen
beeen b eeen found and bench warrant is issued isSU isued ¬
sued SU s st for Collins make it easier for him himo
so to t o be returned without the presence presenceof
of o f the number of witnesses mentioned mentionedin mcntion d din
in i ii your our last telegram telegramCollins telegramCollins telegramCollins
Collins Looking Up the Law LawVictoria Law Lawvlctoria Lavtctoria
Victoria tctoria B C C July 14 HGeorge George D
Collins remanded for trial for extra extradition extraithon xtradition ¬
dition d on a charge or perjury alleged aJJcgeto
to t o have been committed In San Fran Francisco Francisco ¬
cisco c until the 19th inst was released releasedrom
from f rom the city jail this morning mornin in care careof careof caref
of o f a special office detailed to guard guardhim gUltrdhim guardim
him h im at the accuseds expense His wife wifewho wireho wifevho
who m ho spent sI nt the night nt ht in jail with him himjoined himoined
joined j oined her mother in the Oriard hotel hotelCollins hotelCo1Jins hotelCollins
Collins spent this morning In the li library library iirary ¬
brary b rary of the law courts looking up theJaw the theJaw theaw
Jaw l aw of Canada regarding perjury to tobe tobe
be in readiness for the trial of his hiscase hiscaSe lilacase
case on the 19th when witnesses are areexpected areexpectCl nreexpected
expected from San Francisco to give giveevidence slyceldencc giveevidence
evidence against him himPATENTS himPATENTS
II IIPATENTS
PATENTS FOR STATE LANDS LANDSIssued LANDSIssued LANESssuc
Issued I ssuc by Secretary Tingey to toa toaN a a1unbcr
Uumber N ber of Applicants App1icantsSome App1icantsSomeDocmnents ApplicantsSomeDocuments Some SomeDocuments
Documents Are Returned i iPntents iPatents
Patents for lands In the state o ot Utah UtahWere Utahere
were w ere Issued to tho following foUo ing by secretary
of o f State C S Tinge under date of July 3
Jacob Thomas 10751 acres Wober Wobercounty Woberounty Vebercoun
county coun c t tJohn
John C Jensen 40 44 acres Juatr
James Winter 160 acres Salt Lake
P J Qucaly Quenl trustee 640 acres Sanpete
P J 1 Quealy trustee 640 acres Emery Emer
James A A Monroe 40 acres Sevier
William Houchen 520 5 acres Iron Ironarollne
Caroline S Brown 1864 86 acres Cache
Joseph Hansen 160 acres Salt Lake
Niels M L Peterson 160 acres Mlllard
AV V B Knniss l ± nntau 61S acres Salt Lake Lake1artt
lard Jard B Enniss Ennl 5S40 acres actesSQtt Salt Lake Lakelrd Lakemrd
tird lrd B Ennlss 160 acres Utah Utahcrd Ctahrd Utahrd
crd rd B Enniw 320 acres al s Salt Lake Lakerd Lakerd
rd B Ennias 160 acre Salt Lak
kp Hlcbor sap acres Iron
p HIgher 55974 acre Irn Ir r n
VQslmuA 10 acres S6vier S6vierstrup SelerI Sevierstrep
strup I tru p 8022 O acres Sevier Sevieri
i have I5C been Issued Issu to the follow ¬
ed persons forwarded to them themLred th themred m mred
red mall and returned turned unclaimed unclaimednow
now o in the office of th the secretary secretarwherE
where they the may be obtained by b brs
ars rs
arsnklns nklns of Weber fber county count 1
n Home Building BI1i1 lng Co of Denver Denverviidfirson Dtnvert1d Denvertncieton
viidfirson t1d on of Salt Luke county count
VMlklns of ofSalt Salt Lake county count r
i D Goodwin of Cache county counhrtndelt
xtrnded to make the list of pat pal
ubllc each month monthWHEN mOl1thWHEN
WHEN SLEEP FAILS FAILSHorsfords FAILSHorstorda FAILSHorefords
Horsfords Acid Phosphate Phosphatea Ph 8 h te tea
a ttmrnjoon In lmlf lmalagjmisn niia l tm a of
lust before tooCorf >
1 retiring Uring brings re reen reef
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n Morgan Is Re Reit Retion
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wife lmtst lmtstthe
the pollee polleeI polleeime
t I found foundmP
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c The Coolest Store in Town Everybody Says So SoA SoME SoMrT
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MrT ME M AT WALKERSSATURDAY ALL DAY LONG LONfiSURt LONfiSURtAs I IAs
As the doors swing open Saturday morning you will see hundreds of people peoplemen men and women girls irls and boys boyscrowding crowding Into
the store And why not No place in the city will be found such rich opportunities to save on the essential articles of every ¬
day use The final day of the wonderful event will be the banner day Every effort has been made to satisfy the most exacting
as well as s the most economical No one will be disappointed Come help crowd the great store The more the merrier I
ALL COLORED PARASOLS PARASOLSHALF PARASOLSHALF PARASOLSHALF
HALF REGULAR PRICES
Saturday Mid Ends in the Wash WashGoods WishGoods h
Goods Realm Realmi000
1000 yards fine Enslislv Long g Cloth o worth ISo s snLL yd ydMILL ydMILL
MILL END SALE S LE 7 rVc c c2o
250 Bedspreads slightly soiled soiledbut but otherwise per perfeet 1C 1Cfeet > cx cxfeet
feet Each 8pe 125 175 17 200 and 250 250Worth 250Yorth 250Worth
Worth Double
250 mill ends of Table Linens worth 200 MILL MILLEND MULEND UI r4 r4END
END SALE V 9Sc 9ScJ000 98cJOOO
J000 yards English J Madras 89inthes 32 indies wide worth worth25c worthe worth33e
25c e MILL UILLEND END PRICE lOc lOcMill 10cMill ionMill
Mill Ends insthe inth Knit Underwear UnderwearDepartment UnderwearD
Department DepartmentLadieis D p partm rtm nt ntJ nf nfLadies
J
Ladies La ies and Childrens Underwear Underwcarleft left from the great greatsale greutBule greatsa1e
sale Worth VorthU5c 85e to o 50c Mill Till End Price 25c 25cSATURDAY 25cSA 25cSAT1JIUAY
SATURDAY SA TRDA Y PRICE 19c 19cLadies 19cLa iDeLadies
Ladies La i < > s fancy and plain black Hosiery left from from the thegreat thegr thegreat
great gr < > at sale saJ < > Worth 35c to 50c Mill End Sale 25e 25eSATURDAY 25cHATeRpA 5e
SATURDAY Y PRICE 19c
GOOD MONEYFOR MONEY FOR LAMBS LAMBSAI
1
AI AJ J r Knollin Buys 60000 in Utah Utahand Utahand i iand
and Idaho For Approximate Approximately ¬
ly 160000 160000Sheepmen 160000Shfcpmln 160000Sheepmen
Sheepmen of Utah and Idaho arc J160 160
000 01 richer us us a result r uft of the recent visit visitto visitto visitto
to thin thl section of A J Knollin formerly formerlyof
of Suit Lake but now of Chicago Dur Durug ¬
lug l ug his brief stay stu Mr Knollin purchased
60000 sprlngr E lambs for tho ea eastern icrn mar ¬
ket For l or these fce Is said to have pHld pHldan pKldUI1 pnidaim
an average of p75 175 is Tho demand for foramba
lambs l Is especially > active In Chicago Chicagomaking t Chicagomaking hlcRgOmaklng
making the price on the t c rang better than thanusual UlanU thanUsual
usual usualMr U UsualMr l1al
Mr Knollin who was In Suit Lifc9 Llkt for forHcveral forseveral or ornys
several days nys left yesterday Je terda for Soda oda oda6prln
Springs 6prln sh1da Ida From there t1rr he will go east eastfor
to hlN borne ome In ChkaQ His CIJnUalm
for lambs has been bt n e prcUtlly acttV tlctt and andgheepmon
gheepmon 5h pmn have profited nlcoly as a ro roSult 10lult reSuit
Suit of o his vf vlllt vlllt1t vhitltIftoik lt ltHock
Hock 1t k buyers bu crs well w ll Informed on the local localsituulUon IOllJIsltt1utlon loqlsituation
situation arc authority author t for or the sUrtemeiK ffttJtem 1
that aji unusual number numb r of r ah heep ep p nitfr attItjuis m1 m11arn
j J 1arn ynbs 1 are changing haugln hamlg just n nQw < w Tho Thoruling Th ThriTUng 1mOrtlijrg
ruling price for shejpp h p nnd lambs just ju t as asthey asthiy
they t1i come com on au th thq < j hoof runs from 3 W 4 to tosLoe
300 Tho speeJaJ specl J ittn refleon QJ1 for tho larffu larffusales lZl4usule tr trNUIe
sales is i not notglc1 given but It is said sliuep sliueptu stHoelnHu ipenmcli
nHu have CC cofleludtr49ttd J1lud itttl Uo 6 1food goodthnei goodthneitti thn thntu
tu unload Whether they t11t y anticipate lower loworprices lowttrprfrts lowerprices
prices for wool or wliuther ahorlage of offe ottCfd oftoed
fe toed d on the th rangps raiges1a ls isbaOk back of r tljos UJomove UJomovemcnt tIornovenlent move movement ¬
ment Is left entirely to Conjecture ConjectureSUMMER honjoctur6ilia ixmujectureSUMMER
ilia iliaUMMER
SUMMER COLDS COLDSLaxative COLDSLaxative i
Laxative Bromo Quinine the th worldvhle world worldyWe I IyWe
yWe Cold Cure removes remov s the cjause cjausealt qauseall nuse nuseaU
alt for the full nnrn nnmq anil and t took for t r sIr slcraturQ stg3tUlQ sIrituro
aturQ of E LV V Grove Gmve2 Gmve2a Gmve2GLES 25j3 25j3GLES q qtI
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tI tIGLES
GLES PLANNING PLANNJNGBIG BIG DAY DAYof DAYAeriesot
I Aeriesot Aeries o State to to Be Ie Guests Giiest of ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake at Gathering GatheringNext thering theringNext
Next Mon tond y ythma r rtbi
tbi frmteiiii f1ahmlVilrlcl viiriethfrlil rro all allJt iii iiiJt
Jt 1tnb w1i1iO1ii UL jffi Smut Luke CIty CItyU1day fl fliimda
U1day iimda < aim gues let Q ufjVeul 9 a 1 uprfe No NobeT8 NoiberH
beT8 o Of th thr JQ loemil < ui teric rJc J1UC been betJUwetks beenwecbs
wetks Past 1 vrepurI1g > t purlrlJ t nturtaln > nturtalnhe
he le haters IUd nd ILrp hooking for forccioifiml or orrce
rce ccioifiml tul day 11 of Itmll amimsemolmt amimsemolmtof 01ont 01ontof
of the day will be rt grand grandTleR grandbaghitrng
TleR IEI beplnmiTcr bOg l11rnlr < < at lUlC 1 Ii The Thewilt Thewilt
twill wilt be from UitfCrJind the theiuth theulb theiiilm I
iuth to Third Ih Ird Sbuth west westto ve5tto t tto
to the BrijtliamyYounff BrijtliamyYounffB
B Tmarch ttmmmirm Ii to Sucynd SecutidetrUiig Siylh Siylhotloik S h hr
etrUiig r 1I1 ljol11 ljol11dOd iolfltJo
Jo otloik dOd I lout trains will r rw r m mhour
w y hour 10ur At 2 oclock odOCltIr i ir i iir
Ir r flit th meat mQ t popular m nL nL5t Y YIt
5t popular Kuirlt Eu ll will I 111I IeiiiK 1 1lug
> eiiiK 11I lug an aUjaSlo icaco ttvtart stmrfIiH iJ iJy r
Vhe IiH aihloti hlpUr events vemmta cnt w wor ivor II IIor
or Shinto f iJlJI < inagleti ITa J1 ct inarrillu inarrilluided marrl u 11ailed I
ailed HJ d 12asea l ugt woman En EnJ I II
J > y cenra snrs rs and girls undfer undferauitnblf lIn r rsulti1bJo
auitnblf priRs pri for Ih IhvilE h hvlll hi
vlll m ohm be t boTYlln bowling vsP y 1 1iiml I
Und women OJnflI a tug of wet1 wet1mm e r rIltm I
mm and Ojfdejr dCt aerie L h i i
between bLmv eii Binrwtm Bln m and Ij t t tprlz9 i iprlz I I
prIze for the HaIe witJJi J
L etc ct > II IIhmuimi I Ihpu
Ihuni hpu Mfr Mrrn1r Mrrllrljurkii urifBj reka Mid mirimiS J
mps 8 will be bc InJlnSflurlnf In J urIJl limo limomulti t tHi tfUld
Hi multi d danglHeTJrof dauglJte1 > Of r theinem theinemrfusl the Jnem Jnemtlil
rfusl tL nerle have volunteered Vulunlt vuiuiiteercdmc > fd i
r 10 e cntcrtalnmont of the vie f I jimmlttets l ImmlUees Imniittees
immlttets have been named namedS
S I I depotA G c Mahan Mahanu
u W v H Luddlngtoq L adlngtqTJ John
I Don J Hay r O Ooe orge o D
follHon I1son P H Rfley Jaines JamnPi JamnPioffer pP8
pfeffer offer Alva L Lewla wfa 7 de lieeoro deav 10 10r
av avoi aver eoro oi Professor ro1 A I5 Wimitaker 16t Cook krRM krRMr Itltji Itltjir M r
> r Dean D C StalcyjlfX S Staiey41mr talCIi A
El11jtttb t mr rc E M
1 ii 11 y
JJIt d sniiTi 7cbiuifJl otsfstuft A Age Ate
ge A W Wiiitiiicam 1J1t V4 IL L J
Entire Stock of Silk Petticoats PetticoatsEntire Petticoatse PetticoatsEntire
e Entire Stock of Silk Dressing Sacques SacquesHALF SacquesH4LF SacquesHALF
HALF H4LF REGULAR PRICES I
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Ladies Silk and Leather Belts BeltsAimost BeltsAlmost BeltsAlmost
Almost For Nothing NothingThese
These are in several kinds of leather and different colors colorsof
of silk selling usually usua at at20e 20e to t 35c 35ceach 5c 5ceach 5
each but MILL END PRICE PRICEMill PRICEMill PRICEMill
Mill End Bargains from the Busy Basement BasementSpecial BasementSpecial BasementSpecial
Special Prices on Camping Out OutUtensils OutUtensils OutUtensils
Utensils UtensilsIndian
Indian head inronstone Jugs for ice water OSc OScNickel mjcNickel
Nickel alarm clocks guaranteed 59c 59cSelfgonorating 59cS
Selfgonorating S lf OUbratiug Alcohol Stoves worth 75o 7 75ePicnic c A l c cPicnic cPICUIC
Picnic Plates two dozen for forPaper Xoc XocPuptn 5c 5capN
Paper apN Napkins NatJk n8 live dozen oe oeClothes
Clothes Wringers solid white rubber ruboorrollors rollers
175 200 and 225 225Peerless g25Peerless 225Peerless
Peerless Ice Cream Freezers best on tho tlt h market market2quart lllaf uiatknt2quart ct ct2quurt
2quart size 159 1593quart 1593qunrt 1593quart
3quart size 198 198Universal 198tJllhersal 198Lmiiverttiul
Universal Food Chopper ChoI > per SOc SOcFamily 89cjfumily SOcJfumily
jfumily Platform and Scoop Scales Senl s 125 125Press 125Press
Press Cut Glass Ware V mc assorted worth 25c piece lOc lOcCarlsbod 10eCnrlsb i0cCarlsbd
Cnrlsb Carlsbod d China Sugars and Creiims 25c 25cGenuine 25cGenuine
Genuine Dover Asbestos and Irons worth 200 set150 s set < > t 150 150w
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SHOCKLEY SHOGKLEYGQES lEY GOES OVER OVERHis
His Case and That of B H Schettler SchettlerContinued SchettlerContinued SchettlerContinued
Continued Until September SeptemherTerra SeptemberTerm SeptemberTerm
Term of Court CourtThe CourtTho CourtThe
The trial of James M Shocklcy on the thecharge thecharge timecharge
charge oC o murder In the first flr t degree was wascontinued Wascontinued wascontinuad
continued by b Judge Armstrong yesterday yesterdayIn re3terda re3terdain
In the criminal division of the district districtcourt districtcourt districtcourt
court to the September term Shockley Shockleywas Shockle Shocklewas Shmoekleywas
was convicted of the murder of two twostreet twostrcetcir twoStreet
street strcetcir car men menln3untmary lit hlJunuar January 1301 190 but the thestate thestate timestate
state snprom 5t1I amSromji > fomj court < granted ranled him a L re reversal r rversal reversal ¬
versal or the verdict and nd ordered a new newtrial newtrial newtrial
trial on a technicality technicalityThe
The two cases c ses In which B IT Schottler SchottlerIs
Is charged with receiving deposits In his hisprivate bllbJnk tilenrivate
private bank knowing it to have been beeni been1zmsolvet
I nsolvont were aiso lso onUl1uel > to the Sop SopI
i tember term of the court courtYesterday ourtY
I I Yesterday Y terday was arraignment day In the thecriminal therrimlnul thecriminal
criminal division of the district court courtAmong cowti couttmOng
i Among monJ those required to face the bar to tower toajswer
i answer wer to accusation HCcu tfonlt was w as the notorious notoriousHam notQrfCtI9tiam notQriqtiti3am
Ham CJrlce who was wu charged with 1th brjeak brjeakfinto br brekimg lJk lJknl
nl img into a bulldjnc nt t 479 I West Second SecondUh Socol1l1u Secondputb
putb u Uh h street the night of May Ia 26 6 1005 1005ti 11105U1 jl4jtQjth
tQjth U1 ti intent to steal Ho onterpd l > > itetcd t cl1 a plea pleanqt pleaI 1ea 1eao
finto o nqt siUty qUtvorn
ornellun orn nuJl SmHVi I 1 a 1 ne nemhrQharKod ro ronar icharRed j d with wltniniously withfIdnidusiy
14 fIdnidusiy oni iniously usly Wound vouhdins ij Maggie Mitchell lollt htIta htItalrkhuC a ajkhueil atrklmued
lrkhuC jkhueil < 1 bejle wait not ready to say saywfijJther NU NUwl saywfmflher
wfijJther wl ther he wasguitty wn ullt or not guilty H Hwarf Ho HoWil 14eWlit
Wil warf allowed until July 17 In wlUch to tomuKv tomith
muKv mnl up his Tnlnd mlndwhnt what lie 11 will say to tothe tothe t tthis
the rfourt rfourtAlma 4ourtAhIfta urt urtJane
Alma Jone accused of assaulting1 assaulting1o t5Ra 1tIn
Louis Jorenson remon with a rock was ah also o per permItto er ermlttQ
mltto to o go without pleading until July JUly JUlyh JUlyhrg
17 Tile same a order was made In regard regardto
hrg go goaV aV
to jQhn h Smith charged riic with V stealing a awatch a awatch
watch WBtc apd n d chain valued at 00 from Vial
tor JenkJns Jef ns Juno 21 t 1905 1905John 1 1John 1905John
John IifSTBrlns fgJt entered entoreda a plea of trull guilty lIty ty
to the th cHwrge c 1 rge of stealing bras bms < s of the thevalue thevaiieef I IvalU
value vaiieef rot of 4 4fr from rorittli th tli tlih > Rio Grande West Western Westem VlstrnRnUroad ¬
ern em rnRnUroad Kalroadcompany company He was fined 51SO 51SOand 110 110and I Iand
and given lvCn lSOdnys 1Sl 1S0mtrsin days In jail jailCourt jailSmmnittel I IL
L i
Court Notes NotesSamuel I ISnnuc1
Samuel Mackuy hiisi h hmishmgtn s gun unit in the I IJfttl1irt
district court against agtln t tint thi Utah JIt h Consoli onsohi ¬
dated Mining company In which hf 11 < aslts I
for JiOCO 2000 OOO damages tlim1 us for Injury to htB htsCrrJl1 ht crops >
tree tre trees bushejfvand l1usheij nd livestock J stOl k by b fumes umes from roJ rein
thr defendant eompanys nmoMer nmoMerTha ummterTime I I
The supreme supr mc court held a brief session svcdonyesterday Islnn i
yesterday n A da at which the c mandate < f the thenlted
tnited nlted StatoH tt1 tatei R supreme court rll affirming rt I Itho
the Judgment Jud ent of the state tribunal in 1
the th caa ease oC Giovanni Lavngnlno appel ¬
lant against Iua arafust ro nst Edmund II Uhllj and otb
ers reepDiidontp r e PondentlJ wt1 was ordered entered W f frecord I
record v The court then adjourned until unt
Oct 7
OctRachol Rachol Reboeoa Reboccariard Batrd in suing gln S the Utah U
Light Hallway Ralhva company e tnPlt In Ii the tlistcfotcourt tlistcfot H8tzlolcourt I
court for 10000 damages fort op por personal onal Q1flJl ln lulrif1
juries lrif1 which she > h aUejrea 311te slie 11U guAyJned lIU Wned WnedilTarCh
March 2 1005 001 through the carblcaaiieaa carOJS lIee
of the th company and its It employes f1h tthc tthcmiBsorts h J i
assorts that while crossing Third Tm We Westreet C Citrtct < I Istreet
street > lyoar 1 ar South Tomrile T mJlo Ptreet she sheWHH N aIC aICWmiI4 I IW
WHH W struck three thr e or four times tinme by iB qn j
Qr h tt e emuatiys on uat1Jf CarK Ul1t1 Jutlhed sad
rll1tict at a diatanco o of forty f rty y feet feetJP feetfT feetim
JP im H I1iS4VIJ jAitI ha hlttf begun 5 gHn an action actfoni1 in 1mm the t ih t
dr dflit mhhmlvlIrofmrt SHrfcpfiftasafnst k twt aiafnst E nZ II Zrbe rb in inu50o i
WI11 mVtmlPiI 1 < tRen is flteLLvoring nvortn to eon cohlAct ct on a
not r dated Sept S 8 9 and
fUIable six JOl1lhs att aftr r dRtC datehI UQ mcmld hl
1n i hlli bill or complalnt t that at Zdrtse pledged
1 u50o shares of mining mlnln stocks st klJ to o secure
the note but that tiq the Mtok to ks deprecl
nted t1 until th0 they > w we 0 a prncUcally without
value alum they were fOt sold old for 5 which JItI < 1 was
credited on tho noto 9to His Hoska I 1 neka fat Judg
mpnt mpntSelina mtntSelina imirmitSehina
Selina Nixon N1XOn1Joll Boueofskl orskf1far Mare EHea Elk
Moore L Loom ona Nixon and nd Mary Nixon aJ a
the th plaintiffs In Inn a suit In the dlstrjflFi dlstr
epurtfakalnst CoUrVrmiI QUrttnitainst afnet Esther Cohort Jacobson JEe e
Sajt Lake Ll ltB Investment company eom 1n1 and H 1
linn and 31 f C C Ztofln They he alleKB t
Jbe they llre me the oW oWmcs Qt a note otC fo
datooSept dated Sept 5 l9tiJl it3innda a e bY Estbe1 hetm en
Jacobsonr1 Jacobson In rav favorIofLoui 1jfotLouls P P R Ieir lr and
James 1 Ic Gm Glilemiple ple and dUe o oI year ear
ntte nfteraate Aat i wIt wimich lch waatcuredI a agae mort
gae a onhtH 3Viirmd ft I ndSi ft h5tI JQCI U Rlc Rice a
t UdQtilFpddition ihihOr ldttiOt1 1Q t 1 1mncmiLconmpmp l utJfl utJfl1n
1n mncmiLconmpmp lJt n pa til mutt t lhl ti Mb Mbtfu d31msi t taints
1 1r 1SticKneys
r
Stickneys Stickneysf1
r f1 NEW NEWt NEWTArnFF
t TARIFF TARIFFCigar TArnFFCigar
Cigar CigarSe i i5c
f fPart 4 4Particular
Se
i
Particular Part cuIar smokers are already gathering great comfort from fromthe fomth fromthe
the th new commercial treaty between the United States and Cuba CubaThat CubaThat CubaThat
That treaty reduced the duty on tobacco grown in inCuba Cuba and andmade andmade andmade
made it possible for us to produce a cigar of tencent quality for forjust forjust forjust
just half that price priceStickneys priceStickneys priceStickneys
Stickneys LeN New Tariff cigar for for5 5 cents could not have been beenmade beenmade beenrngde
made and sold for less than 10 cents straight before that treaty treatywent treatywent treatywent
went into effect effectIts effectIts effectIts
Its a rich satisfying smoke m9t rt4at that has s its own characteristic Ghar cteristic flavor flavorThe flavorThe thvorThe
The cc New TarifFdgar Tariff cig dgar is the product of ofa a splendidly organized system systemthat systemthat systemthat
that covers oversall all the various processes of planting cultivating cultiv ting harvesting harvestingsorting harvestingssortjDg harvestuigmsortg
sorting grading and more especially a wholly new and revolutionary pro process pIOce ¬
cess ce of blending the various qualities of leaf required for making a ape apefrfect A Apejrfect A
pejrfect pe feet cigar This S one oneprocess process proc ess of scientific O r blending blenthn makes es all the differ dilfcrcc diffcrbtwccn f
Jmcc cc between betweenan an ideal Jdeal3mokc smoke and a poor one oneSold oneS onesolci JL JLSold
Sold by all Cigar Dealers DealersWM DealersA
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WM 3 A STICKNEY CIGAR CO Salt SZr Lake City Utah
QiSaRtttiTOrti a f ain akmatXh11 tri Jfi property but the plaintiffs
1
Ir rist 5tetMH3b iitthlblthelr ia tnelr theirllalmshould flalm should have ha a the theeference theeercnrc theeeremmee
eference eeremmee Bhey fume ask the court to award awardlend awardnr miwardam
lend am nr Judgment jUdgm ntfor for the full amount amountrclalrnfcd
rclalrnfcd I lm d to bq b duo with accumulated acl11Iulat d In ¬
terest
I
Modern M crn Plumbing PlumbingAtnjoderata PiumblngAt PlumbingAtmuoderate I
At Atnjoderata mo ra t prices GfeorK8 G GeorgG qrJ CP Ioyle yl
Co U1 11 Stat str stret P PmpeI PmpeII lWe4 i i l
1 E r > A gA T1R7 pfi
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Sp14orily 1 btft by rL rLndVet a t
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Mill End News from the theSuit theSuit theSuit
Suit Section SectionFllC SectionFactory
Factory FllC tolJ lot of Skirts just t arrivexLj ffibese ese arc full fullr fullpleated fuJIDleatcd fullpleated
pleated skirts in plain and jj y r Panama PauUlnbr Panamabrown
brown br wn blue and black bla k arrhld wort wortEND wo wofh 50 MILL MILLL MILLEND MILLEND
END PRICE mrr L v vFactory 445 445I 445Factory 445Factory
Factory lot of Ladios Shirt Watpfffil Vais I in n Trim TriniFactory Trini5nod Trimith0tl
mad h0tl with lace la < 6 and cmbroidorjr short li rt and bug lonffsleeve lougslccve bugsleeve
sleeve worth 300 OO to 400 3kEDLf 2t1I 1 ND SALE SALEFact
Factory Fact lot i of f Shirt si Waists Vi jti just in 111 TSSia o orod 212 la lawn lawnand lawnand to n nand 275 275Faetory 275Factory
and percales neat fetching waistsajforth waists 0 ortli rth 100 100to 100to
to 250 MILL END SALE each JOc and USe 98cI USei USeMill OSeMill
i I
Mill I Ends nds for f forthe r the Juveniles JuvenilesBoys iI iles ilesBOjS
Boys Panama Straw Hats worth 50c MJLL L END ENDSALE EXDSALE ENDSALE
SALE SALEEntire 29c 29cEntire 29eEntire
Entire line of Childrens Colored Brasses De D es worth worthi50
150 to 7 MILL END SALE JK HALF PRICE PRICEMisses PRICEMisses PRICEMisses
Misses Shirt Waist Suits sizes 12 to IB worth 375 375to 75 75to I Ito
to 675 MILL END SALE L 295 295Misses 295Misses 295Misses
Misses Linen Jacket J Suits all sizes wroth w th 750 75 to
1000 MILL END PRICE M 445 445i
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tll Il tle tlersou fiqn Insurance Agency 4yen 4yenHUGH
HUGH AKDESSo Pres Established Est bed r
FEAUK X POE Secy Sec
188 1 il g efuth Ge uth thMarn Main Stj St Salt alt Lake City CityPOBox
P POBox oxt77 977 Ttiephona 195 195fii
r1 1 IiSURNC IIV SURANC r I
fii reii LUv antiAccld nl Accident t tttUl
etlof ttUl 4 f Hertford H rttQrd > 149J962C 149J962CAlliancs
FiiitmuSF IWmahti Fund nd at CaUfornL
620258 6202
Alliancs of Ertsland ErtslandFranklin
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MftE i1ERA12 ftERA ttiWANT 0 WANT AI AIy 1WICK RESUITS RESUITSg
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THE STANDARD ijLi ijLii BUTTER
lOFTHI MARKET MARKETFRESH
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FRESH ANP COOK COOKt S
I It SOtTns T r t OL OLrf Ut Utmreamr
mreamr rf > amCry butter < old In the staffThere staff sttteThere
There is is OJ emi II 1 inc ranol bettc bettcand hmPttand
and that Is HazfllhUL 1t < ts 1 I Imore
more and therefore iOts rnt > 1 1more 1more
more morei moreFAUSTCREAMERY
i f AUSTCREAMERY AUSTCREAMERYS
S y CO COI
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I I i L LI FM MTRIMAN 44MTRIMAN co cot
I t < t t 145 14 Main Street Progress s Bldg BldgO BldgCOMPLETE
O 4 COMPLETE LINE OF OFt OFMENS OFCLOTHING
t MENS CLOTHING and HATS HATSt HATSFURNISmNG IATSFITKNISHING
t FURNISHING GOODS GOODSt
4
t Boys and Childrens Suits SuitsGREAT SuitsGREAT uit e eGREAT
GREAT REDUCTIONS REDU TIONS IN ALL ALLV ALIDEPARTMENTS
4 DEPARTMENTS DEPARTMENTSVf
We Vf V > carry only the th Most lQ t Satis Satisfattor Satisfa SaIlsG
G fattor fa aetory < tory > WellFinished Vpto VptoDate t1 Iptet > t tDatfo
Date and Lasting Goods GoodsCURRENT GOdSRAtLROD GoodsRALLROAD5
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RAtLROD RAtLRODD RALLROAD5CURRENT
D I I Iij
ij t t 1 1CURRENT
CURRENT TIME TABLE TABLEIn
a In Effect May 21 1905 1905LEAVE 1905I 1905LEAVE
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY CITYo
I
o 18 for Ogden 1025 A K Kvo Mrio
vo rio 0 6 for Denver and Est E > gt 850 A M MNo HNo L Lo
10 No o 2 for Denver and East 350 P M Mo HNo
Vo o 4 for Denver Denv r and East 860 P M Mo HNO
NO o n for Ogden and local polnts605 P M MI HNo
I Pfo 0 10 for H Heber ber Provo and andMarysvale andMaryavale
I Marysvale S00 A M MNo MNo8
i No No8 8 for Provo and Eureka 5 500 0 P PI M HI
I No 3 for Ogden and West 1118 P M MNo H Hto MI
I No l for Ogden aswl a 1 West Wet1t 145 P M MNo MSo NS
No S for Ogden and West 1055 A A M MNo 101No HNo
No 102 lO for Park City 815 A M MNo MNo NNo
No 112 11 for Blngham 819 A M MNo Ho L Lo
No o 114 for Blngham 300 3 PM PMARRIVE p 10L 10LARRIVE H HARRIVE
ARRIVE sALT q LAKE CITY CITYNo CITYo
No 00 o U from Ogden mine nt local localpoints 10calpoints localpolnt
points A 90 A AJot AJoto It ItNo MTo
No To o 5 from rein Denver and East W6 lmh s A M MNo Ho
No 01 o 1 from Denver and East ast 1 ib P M MNo HNo
No 03 8 from Denver and East lltoP 11 i P SI SIj NNo
I No 9 from Heber Provo md andMarisvale mdMarysvale
j Marysvala 6 60 p at1 at1I H L
I No I from Ogden and West 844 A M 1
I No 14 from Ogden Safe 3 aim P i M MNo ito
o 2 from Ogden and West 841 34 340 PM P N
No gO 0 4 from Ogden and West 75h Ji P M Mo t tNo
No o 7 1 from Eurekk Eurek and Provo 1006 100 A M
No tot 10lfrom from Park parhCl1 City S1J ii p PM M
No To 113 from Bingham Blng am We 10 A M lL HNo
No To 115 from Blngnam Blng 1am < > > v5w 5w p s sPEREECT M MPERFECT MPERFECT
PERFECT DINING CAB SERVICE SERVICEAll S VICE VICEAll
All trains except ex < e t Nos 1 to 6 Inclusive Inclusivetop in tn4clusie tn4clusiePlop lushe lusheItT
top ItT at tI Intermediate I e points pointsTicket
Ticket t office Dooly block k Phone Ph ne 203 fl3 3 3T
T A BEXTOJJ G AP A P D DTime DI DTime
I Time liable liableIH TabIcJUNE I able ableIN
IH EFFECT EFFECTJUNE EFFECJUNE
JUNE I 1ARRIVE 1905 1905ARRIVE I 05 05ARRIVE
ARRIVE ARRIVENo ARRIVENo4From
No No4From 4 4From From Ogden Chicago
Omaha St Louis Kansas S1C S1CClty 515
City and Denver DenverN 310 I i iButte a aNo
N No Butte iutt 5From and sI San Ogden a adWra dWra Francisco Portland gl g 830 Jvv JvvKo 2fl 4 a m mN inNo
Ko N J 6 6From From O Ogden d and Inter Q 939 939No O2 O2mediate fl flmediate
mediate points pointsNo rr 738 738No
No 12 1From From Ogden 0 en Cache Cacher
Valley and Intermediate i 11 11points iir 1 1points
points r II IINo 1145 4 m fl
No Jo 2 2From From Ogden Chicago ChIcaRtSt ChicagoSt >
St Louts Kansas City
Omaha Denver and S San n I1 ir
Francisco FranciscoJCo r D DNo j
JCo o id iOFtom fF From om Ogden O OgdenValley deJl Ca C fcr
Valley Valle Butte ButteSan port1an PortIandt 1t40 in
San Francisco V VDEPART Pm P 11 11DEPART
DEPART DEPARTNo DEPARTNo5For
No No5For 5 5For For Ogden Omaha
Chicago a Denver Kansas 7lU n nCity
g City and d St SP Louis s 71 7IU iiV a aKo m mNo illNo
No 7 iFor For Ogden Portland Portlandtermediate
Butte San Fran FrancIsco < lKo and In lfl2U
termediate points pointsNo 1030 am amNt a in inNc
No i 1For For Ogd O Ogden d n Omaha
Chicago Denver Kansas KansasSz
City St Louis 7 and San J 149 I40p g g p jg jgNo mNo inNo
No ii llFor For OedenlCache O Ogden den Cache Val 4l IS
4 n m
ley and intermediate te te points s sNo I F p II IIN IIte
No N 3 5For For Ogden Denver r
Kansas City Clt Omaha St RZ
605 n m
Louis and Chicago ChicagolOo c3 P Pm ra raNo inJo
No 9 9For For Ogden Cache Val Valley Valley Valicy ¬
ley Butt Butte Helena Portland PortlandSan PertlllndSan PortlandSan
San Francisco Francis o and Inter I1 l11 15
1145 n m
mediate points polptsT UW p PT IS IST
T M I SCHUMACHER SCHUMACHERTraffic SCHUMACHERTraffio SCHIThIACIERTraffic
Traffic Manager ManagerD
D E BURLEY BURLBYG
G c P T i A AD AD AD
D 5 SPENCER SPBNCBRA
A G P tt T A ACity ACity ACity
City TlcXet Offtc 3M 11 S4 Mala Ma Street StreetTelephone Stre StreetTelephone t tTel
Telephone Tel phone S0 S0Note 2 2Not 56iNoteThe
Note NoteThe Th train numbers shown 8 o n aV aVare a aare ahvi ahviare
are Oregon Short Line train u3J numbers a1 a1do ar aldo i ido
do not apply pph to the Southern Pacific PacifiCof v m mof < r rof
of Ogden O den or 0 the Union Pacific emt emtthereof 1St 1Sttheroot st stthereof
thereof thereofdrrmb
drrmb s San an Pedro Los Losi LosAngeles LosAngeIe
i Angeles Salt Lake L Lakeoul ke keR
fi R R Ri Co CoT8SWE CoTIME
oul
TIME TABLE TABLEEFFECTIVE TABLEEFFECTIVE TABLEEFFECTIVE
EFFECTIVE MAY 1ST 1905 1905DEPART 19 1506D1PART < Xi XiDEPART
DEPART DAILY DAILYProm DAILYFrom DAILYProm
Prom Oregon Short Line Depot
Salt Lake City CityNo CityN Cityfst CityNo
No N 5 5For For o Stockton c and R Tiatic i JK
fst 145
m
District District1o J a ra raNo mNo
No 35 33For For Provo MercurMantl Mercurt Mercur MeteorMacti
Mantl and points t OR Saspete SamipeteValley CR3
8611 M
Valley ° 8 a H HNo III IINt
No Nt 31 31For For Provo Nephi e I and an4Lynn 501 Qg
I Lynn LynnNo p pj pjNo mNf
No i 1For For LosAngelis L Las d liio3fl
Nf Angeles g a asd asdtermedlata 0838 m
fre n mNdia
termediate r Points ° DJ P ra raNo
No Ndia dlate 35 35For For Points fn fne Xephl e and IntermeIlan IntermeJJ3 1Iau I130 P pm pmARRIVE n ffl fflARRIVE m
ARRIVE DAILY DAILYNo DAILYNo DAILYNo
No 2 2From From Los Angles and andIntermediate 636 ATfl
m
Intermediate Points Points1f PointsNo C w a m mIntermediate
1f No 32Ftrom eL L Lysa Provo and 959 50
Intermediate t d e Points PointsNo PointsNo t a m
No 36 3From From Mantl Nephi and 130 12ft n m
Intermediate Points PointsNo pI P PNo m
No 34 34Ftom From Nephi Provo and andIntermediate 540 Cn m
I Intermediate Points PointsNo PointsNo uju y Pm tu tuNo
No 6 GFrom From Tlntlc District and andIntermediate Ann 600 n m
UU Pm ill illStandard
Intermediate Points PolntStandard PointsStandard JJ
I Standard rullman S SrYI Srviee rvice e Daily Be Between Bet Between ¬
tween t een Salt Lake Miltord Caliente Las LasVexes LuVezas Laslazes
Vexes and Los Angeles AngelesDirect AngelesDirect AngeleaDirect
Direct Stage Connection CO fteUon for all Minim MinimDistricts Min1nDistricts lln llnDistricts
Districts in Southern Utah an anti Nevada Nevadaincluding Nevada1c Nevadajacludin
including 1c Bullfrog BullfrogCity BullfrogCity
l Jbi1ke
City nf Ticket fccet Office No 17 W Oecond OecondSouth D4
I South Street Telephones 19S5 19S5E 19S5E 1915B
E W GILLETT
General Passenser As Agent AlentL nt ntJ
J L MOORE
Dlatrlct Passenger AzenC AzenCSalt AxentUTilE
6 UTilE IHt lAGOON ROAD ROAltSalt ROADSalt
Salt Lake and Ogden Oed en Hallway HallwayI RailwaySimon taiiwaySimon
I Simon Bambers BambersA Pr Pre dud Gen Mr MrD Igr IgrA
A D Plarson PlarsonTime Pl rson Ceo < PBts Tat Ant AgtTime AntTime
Time Table in Effect EffFlllay May 30 1905J 1905JLEA 1905 1905IxESAVB 1905LEAVE S
LEAVE LEA VB SALT LAKE
6 630 0 9llu 9 Ui1 u rn W07S 4 6 721 P Po m mLEAVB UILEAVE
LEAVE LAGOON LAGOON
730 1 19 a m i Jt m i i L 7 9 111 P n1 n1Extra rnExtra U1Extra
Extra trains on Sundays and nd Honaa HohIdaLcavcaait > s sIxwvcalt sIc4vC
Ixwvcalt Ic4vC aIIt IUkP A JUidsfi oIutd 1k B 1 m Leave Leaveiagoon L Lea9Lagoon av avLagoon
Lagoon 1 arid 6 p m

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