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ROOSEVELT ON PANAMA PANAMAIn
In an In address delivered before the theApscKiatfd theJflsodahd tilet
t ApscKiatfd Physicians of Long Island Islandassembled Islandnssmbled Islandssmbied
assembled at Oystor Bay President PresidentIkoosovclt PresluentI PresidentIoostvelt
Ikoosovclt I oospvelt took occasion to arraign se sercly secly soc1y
rcly government employes and others othersT
T 1 ho have haY come back from Panama p niuoa with withpoiios withHifJ8 WitiL5Iicl
poiios 5Iicl HifJ8 of the unhealthful conditions conditionsCTWTI conditionsn conditionstivn
CTWTI n there Hecompared He compared them with wlbht 1Ih 1IhnIt
t < nIt and deserters from armies i it In
t t nir 1 w of war saying sa ing that such men menv
v ro If j always at liund to croak at the thejjhtoat thehst
jjhtoat hst exouse for croaking croaklnsThe croakingThe croakingTh
The Th president believed that the men ment
11 t 1 v horn tha country owes was and will owe
3 It are the men m m who stay sta in Panama Panamaj
L j fd < d who do their work without talk talk1K
1 1K g and do it well If a small propor proport
t t iri I of the stories told about health healthc healthrlitfons
c > ditlona in Panama are true the men monhi menv
v ha hi stay sta down there for any an length of oft ofI
t if P will not be in a condition to talk talka
a 1 l Tit Mr Ir Roosevelt goes too far when he hejj heI
I 1 jj T i < > s those who lho talk about Panamas PanamasB Panalnas Panalnast Panamasi1thCuinese
B c < ii < < ilthf althfulnO Ulricas in the same class clk with withi
I i i rtrrs rtrrsTh ttr8Thr t
Thr Th < humblest citizen has a right to tot tot tot
t I < thp th truth about conditions down downtr
J tr l Ti 4 lIe has a right to warn his hisrils hisnl
11 t fnl rils and his neighbors that if they theyf
nl II U f r1 i to Panama they place their lives livesJ
J grave jeopardy If having been in ini Inf
i < i mod of the situation they still de def
I f fC r to go they can have no no one but buttli buttxmsdve buttLinislvea
tli txmsdve msolvea to blame If things turn out outbadly outIt outludl3
badly b1 l We Yf believe with Sir lr Roosevelt Rooseveltthit RooseveltUnt Roosevelt11it
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thit till canal is going to be dug and andc andI
c t it will In the end reflect great greatc
I c lIt on American Industry and Amen Amerlii Ameneziterprlze
< ii enterprise But the country countr is en entMt entlh1
till tlh1 a 1 to the truth regarding conditions conditionsilu con itions itionstilt
< tilt Itt isthmus isthmusV j lhlnu lhlnutb
I V tlii 1i president says saysor soysO simysor
or O course in doing agree u a 1r8t work like liket
1 t in the lie tropic in a region which whichi
i ill 11 this government took Hold of it iti Itaccounted
i s accounted to be a region excep except eXcelL
ti t n Jall ally unhutilthful unh althful we are going to toI
1 t > trouble Jhavof 111 havesonib sonic yellow eIICfevor eIICfevorI eilOw fever feverI
I i uffer a good deal of maturlal malu laIre laIrer fe Ict fev
v r 1 and suffer more from the latter latteri
i V Mi I IA from the yellow ycil n W fever although althoughv
v will t ill hear nothing like llk the talk about uboulIt
1 It W c will have every now and then thent thentour
t tour outlfs OUlrS as regards hygiene just as we wet vehave
t 11 1 have ha trouble in the engineering engineeringjMblmrf engineerilI engineeringIu3l
jMblmrf I Iu3l It 1 m J just aa u occasionally we will willViv wintroubles
Viv 1 troubles in the administrative administrativeWhuever administrativeu
u jrk
Whenever one of those troubles troublesc
c me tL r < s there th re will be a large number of ofext ofXt ofh1eflt
ext Xt Ilent but timid men who will at ato atI atci
o i say what an awful calamity it itand Itand ItI
I I and md express the deepest sorrow and andc andrn andrn
c < < rn and be rather inclined to the theI
I Iff that the whole thing is a fall fallU fallIt fallIt failIt
U >
It t ill not be a failure It It will 111 be ber beH
r r > i H 4 and It will be a a success be beI beuse bempC
I c use wo w shall treat every little check cliecki checkTJt
i TJt it t as a a reason ro isou for abandoning nbtnd nlhl the theA theurk theurk
A urk but asa reason Tcafll n for altering and andI
I I lttoring tit ittrIng ring opr oprplans plans so as ast to make it iti It1jsslble Itsslble
i 1jsslble j issible that that that particular check checks
I s il happen l1 pen again againM
M t any anrat ny rate ratewemit vemay may all at least hope hopeI
1 the beat beatFARMEmS bestf bentJ
o
f J FARMER S STATE STATEIt
1 I It will ill Interest In rest many ma y to know that thatc thatectlcut
c verticut ec tlcut where the wooden nut nutj
j rga r gs come from and the shoe peg pegoat pelOlt pegOlt
1
Olt fa ruled by the farmers Connectl Connectla
a I is S the only 0 nJY state e in the union where wherep
p 4 h a 1 m condition prevails and the fact factill factI
I ill the th more surprising because Con Coni
I t i II ut ut la s not n t commonly cpmmol1lyloqked locked looked upbn upbna up p n na fla
a S an ai agrlcuitural grlcuufal state There would woulds
s no astonishment over a statement statementtht statementI
tht Ui I tho th farnJer art crs control Iowa or or Kan Kans
s or f Nebraska As a matter of fact factHough tactlougH factJmoughh
Hough they do not In this respect respectCo respectn4lttlcUt
t Co iuectleut Is unique uniqueATtl uniqueft
ft t ATtl r the thing is not done secretly secretlyc
> c her hfl The farmers are perfectly opena open ollenad
a ad 1 above board about It as becomes becomeeli becomesUllPst becomeslmveSt
li lmveSt npst tillers of the soil In Connecti Connecticut ¬
cut It there Is an organization cnlled the theIirmprs theFumprs theJirmers
Iirmprs association Technically thdJaw thd th6Jaw
Jaw making D1aklJ1 power is vested In thostate thostatelegislature tho tiiestatelegislature state state1glslature
legislature In reality it > Is vested osto in inthis inthis Inthis
this association or at atleu least t the aseocatlan aseo hsaoatlOl1 hseo hseoC
catlan C atlOl1 has Q taken It over The paoeing paoeingof
of laws by b the legislature legl laturo is a mere mereformality mereformo1ltY merefurlflitiltY
formality Nothing goes through that thathas thathas thathas
has not Ot the approval of the Farmers Farmersassociation Farmersassoc1aUon FarmersassOclaUOfl
associationDescribing association assoc1aUonDesollblng assOclaUOflDesOrIbIflg
Describing this unique condition a acontemporary 8contemj acontemhi9rarY
contemporary contemj contemhi9rarY contemhi9rarYTobe rbry pays paysTobe paSc
c Tobe To be member L of the Farmers asso association assodation assolatiOfl ¬
ciation onQ on doee ao 6 not need to pass an anexamination anexamInatlonn anezamthatlon
examination in handling a plow plowor or reap reaping reapIng reaPlog ¬
ing a crop An3 D member of the legis legislature le legislatUre ls lsature ¬
lature from a rural town Is eligible and andeven andevencity andtven
even evencity city jnembors 110mb rs who avow V01 their theirsympathy theirsympathy
sympathy with asrleultuml pursuits pursuitsaid pursuitstau pursuitsad I
aid Interests luter ts areV arGX 1r r allowed a sort of ofcourtesy otlurtesy olurtesy
courtesy urtesy mombershln ntim e hJD The The8e e latter are arehowever arew areimever
however w cvel kepL4n kept in a ap apippor prbpar bPor state of sub subordination subor
ordination or lnttt1on Tim Fftfiftera 1f fJ nJ association associationha L
ha lIaR met every O mpisofng Jt1 norntpgurIng ht auring the ses scsFion sesfiol1 sesioIi
Fion ioIi and all the real r ra1GobaUng al flebailng bat1ng has been beendone bc beendoPe n ndone
done in It The assembly In the after afternoon afterncln afterZmtfl ¬
noon or evening bus merely merely > ratified rat ified the theconclusions theconc1uslons thtroclusIonS
conclusions of the tiloueso aesooiaiJi aesooiaiJiTt I 19 < U UTn
Tt > judgo Ju go by byroP roports < rtst th ttac550cJaUon ugsoclation ugsoclations I
< iti s not Iot at all a bad thnfi1lor thlng thing1othO or ho stateIt state slateIt stateIt
It IB true some some member from m an excYptionally ex cxtPUonnIIy ezCrtionahly
cYptionally rural district now Cw and n d then thenfargood thengetsn thergctsa
getsn revolutionary Idea nd t1es t tprt tc
I q prt the association to 1J 1t4mltbU > bUt r hus husr hus1ar 5
fargood car good senseamong senge among the thev 1 d derhflI derhflIIn rJih rJihwnn I
wnn v In n out uL Some of the rad rad1CalnfrPi alfitiQ alfitiQb L Lf
tf eta ithI f
tc b narrow roads districts O ottho
I
tried trit t d for instance to get a law passed passedk passedkplng passedkeping
k kplng plng automobiles off ot the highways highwaysentirely l hghwaYiiiirly ghwuysuUrely
entirely i That made the sessions of the theFarmer theFan1Jerl theFarmers
Farmer association though not the theanflembly thea
assembly a 6 > mbly lively for a while At anr an another another
other time the association considered consideredD
D bill which the summer residents of ofBranford ofThmTh t tBl
Branford Bl ThmTh ford triedto trie tried to have passed ased reducing reducingtheir reducingtheir
their taxes because of their ilOnresl ilOnresldet1ce nonresidezice
dertce much of or the year enr The assocla assoclatlon aas nasQelatlon la lation
tlon neodleos to say has h maintained smalntalnedthe maintainedthe maintainedh0
the t h0 alltheyearround allthe earround principle The Thefanners Thefarmors Thearmers
fanners f armers were able to grin and the sum summer summer summer ¬
mer colonists had hl d nothing to do but butbear butbtar butbear
bear It ItSince 1tSince ItSince
Since the foundation of this govern government governmant governmust
must tho idea of leglslatloi by a olass olassand olassand elassand
and for a class has been frowned fr wned upon uponThe uponThe uponThe
The Connecticut farmers however howeverseem howeverseom howevereem
seem s eem to manage their state very well wellpIE wellI wellpiE
I
pIE ON THE SANTA FE FEAccording FEAccording FEAccording
According to a dispatch from Topeka Topekathe Topek1the Topekathe
the fondness of a Santa Fe freight en engine engine ensine ¬
gine crew for pie tied up that big sys system systom systern ¬
tem for two hours on Thursday last lastThe lastThe
The pie was of the cocoanut variety varietythick varlet varletthick varietyimlek
thick t and luscious and the engineer and andfireman andflremnn andfireman
fireman wadded a whole hole pie each into intothclc Intotholl
theIr systems It all happened at Em Emporia J Emporla m mporia
poria the town William Allen White Whitehas Whitehas Whitehas
has so highly honored with his resi residence residence ¬
dence Just before starting RtRrUn out on ontheir ontheir ontheir
their run the firoman and engineer engineerstopped enelneerstoPI
stoPI stopped cd at the lunch counter counterThey countelThe counterThey
They The > saw the cocoanut pies were weretempted weretemlted weretempted
tempted and fell Having HaJn consumed consumedenough consumedenough
enough to U slnJt a battleship the men menclimbed meneUtnb memmclimbed
climbed eUtnb > c1 into their engine and the train trainpulled traInpulled trainpulled
pulled out For an hour the train trainruin trulnlumbled
ruin rumbled Wed blithely along alon the rails The Theconductor Theconductor Theconductor
conductor buck in the caboose talking talkingto tnj king kingo
to t o tile rear bruhemun btnJem tI was Wa congratulat congratulating tltrtltulating ¬
ing l ug himself on the prospect for a record recordrun rcor rcorrun recordun
run r un Suddenly Su tlenl in the middle of a great greatcornfleld groatcOInfleld
cornfleld c the train came cam to a shrieking shriekingstop shriekingstop i istop
stop stopNo
No station wasBear WAS ncar and the con conductor conductor conductor ¬
ductor had observed nothing to war warrant warrant warrant ¬
rant a pause He sprang 81 rung from the thecaboose thecahoose thecaboose
caboose and ran up to the engine There Thereh Therehe Thereho
h he found both both engineer englll er and fireman firemanwrithing firemanwrithing firemanwrIthing
writhing In anguish on the floor of the thecab thecab timecab
cab The pie had gotten gott nln in its deadly deadlywork eadlywork
work The men had begun be un to regret regretthe regretthe
the t he pie pl before it had been in their sys systcms BYSterns syseins
terns t eins halt an hour The pains ntins Instead Insteadof
of subsiding Hubsl lng grew worse and at last lastthey la lastthey t tthey
they knew it was impossible for them themto themto timemnto
to continue the run Therefore Ther rore they theystopped theystoPled theystopped
stopped and an waited for help helpThe helplhe helpThe
The three bralem brakumen 11 went for help helpbut helpbut helpbut
but it was twohours before substitutes substitutescould substitutescould substitutescould
could b be e secured secure The engineer and andfireman andfireman amidliremnait
fireman at last accounts were still in inthe inthe Intime
the hospital and still regretting the theCQpoanut thecCjoanut theCqmmoftnut
CQpoanut pie pl It isunderstood is that a ageneral agenerill agemmer
general gemmer l order wIll be issued from Santa SantaFc SazmtaFq
Fc Fe headquarters hou quar els placing the bun on pie pief pieQf
Qf < f the cocoanut variety Yarlet It will be beplaced beplaced beplaeed
placed In the list of interdicted In erdlcte stimu stimulants stimulamits tlmulants ¬
lants because It has been very thor thoroughly thorou thoroughiy ¬
oughly ou hb demonstrated that cocoanut pie pieincapacitates pielncalmcltates piencapacitates
incapacitates I a trainman from active activeduty activeduty
duty jtnd IUl sometimes causes the road roadgrent roadrent roadgreat
great rent embarrassment embarrassmentNext
Next filing 1lng we know train robbers robberswill robberswill robberswill
will I be te Ueiiig pie for fOrwxecklng wracking purposes purposesTHE purPosesTHE
THE THE READY REVOLVER REVOLVERPolice REVOLVERPolioo REVOLVERPollee
Police Coniiniasionor r McAdoo of New NewYork ew ewYOIk
York lias lii been gathering some statis statistics statistics statistics ¬
tics regarding homicides in the United UnitedStates UnitedStotes UnitedStates
States StotesI I He finds fln s that out o t of u totaLof
8976 in 1008 more than fifty rlrt per cent centwere centwere centwere
were the result of quarrels that came cameup Clime Climeup caineUI
up UI suddenly Commenting oil this Mr MrSlcAdoo MrMcAdoo Ir I I1IkAdoo
SlcAdoo says that if the men who en engaged ciigaged ¬
gaged in the sudden quarrels had been beenunarmed beenunarmed beenUnarmed
unarmed there would have 1m e been no nofatalities nofKtaJilieH nofatalities
fatalities The conclusion is irre irresistible IrrcslsUble irresistible ¬
sistible and it furnishes an unanswer unanswerable unanswerable ¬
able argument against the carrying of ofconcealed ofconc ofconcealed
concealed conc al d deadly eudl weapons weaponsMr weaponsMr
Mr 11 McAdoo lcA oo might have gont farther fartherHe fartherHe fartherHe
He might have said and with truth truththat truththat truththat
that a considerable proportion of the thesudden thesuuden thesudden
sudden quarrels would woul not have oc occurred occurred occmirred ¬
curred at all if the slayers had not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been armed Put revolvers into the thepockets tIlepOlk0ts timevocktsofsoine
pockets vocktsofsoine of soino o UQ men and you immedi immediately immedlatel immnodiately ¬
ately atel give them an excuse for swag swaggering SWUg SWUgg swaggening ¬
gering g rluS truculence tru ulel1ce They go about look looking lookhig looklug ¬
lug for trouble because they feel us assured usSUIed ussureij ¬
sured that In the event of an encounter encounterthey encounterthe encounterthey
they the will vili start with a decided advan advantage udvantage advantage ¬
tage tageSuch tageSuch tageSuch
Such men find in JJio hme most Inoffen Inoffensive inoCfenstye inoffensive ¬
sive language a veiled insult in the thecut thecut thecut
cut of the victims clothing or the color colorot co colOro iJr
ot 0 his tie they the see soea a deliberate attempt attemptto
to belittle them In a a word they are arebullies arebullies arebullies
bullies who ho are looking for a chance chanceto chanceto
to use the advantage the weapon gives givesthem glvefithem giventheta
them Mr r McAdoo cAdoo does not hesitate hesitateto
to say SA that 50600 30 violent crimes could couldb couldbe couldbe
b be prevented every ever year ear if the laws lawsagainet lasagalnet Iasgalnet
againet carrying concealed deadly deadlyweapons deadlyweapons deadlyWeapons
weapons could be made so strict as to toprevent topn toprevent
prevent pn vent the practice practiceIn l > ntctlce ntctlce1n
In a the th ioeeohe 0WO he places plu placosof of course ur the thelarge thel thelarge
large l rge number of persons who are re In Injured Injured Injured ¬
jured more or lees severely severel by b the pis pistol pistol ¬
tol carrier Mr McAdoo proposes proposes to tomake tomake tomake I
make the penalty for carrying concealed concealedweapons cOncenledweapons concealedweapons
weapons not lest l less than six months nor nornuJre normdre nornidre
nuJre than a year In prison pi ison without the thealternative theAlt thealternative
alternative Alt mtlve of a fine He believes every everystate everyt everystate
state t te should have such a law and that thaterery tI1ateYer thatevery
every eYer city should reinforce the law ILL ILLby lawby j
by the passage of ordinances ordinancesNobody ordinancesNolMxIypretends ordinancesNobody
Nobody NolMxIypretends pretends that the passage of ofany ofan ofany
any an Jaw will wll1ubsolutel absolutely put an end to tohe
he pocket pistol habit but a law of sulll sulllcteiit 8uUldent sulIlvleiit
dent severity would ould certainly b he a astrong aSlrorW aStrong
strong Qtorretit n torronC Its enforcement onrorc neitt on a afew atew afew
few occasions would relegate many a arevolver arevolver arevolver
revolver fronirthe pocket to tho bureau bureaudrawer b bureaudraor reau reaudr
dr draorGermany drawer drawerGermany or
4 0 0GermlUl
Germany GermlUl and nd France both say they theycame thpvcame theycame
came out victorious In the Moroccan Moroccanbusiness 1roro Moroccanbusiness can canbU8btesB
business If the peace commissioners commissionerswho
who are to meet in Portsmouth this thissummer thissummer thissummer
summer can make Japan and Russia Russiafe Russiafeel Russiafeel
fe feel I the same way what a glorious feat featthey featthe featthey
they the will acconjpllnh acconjpllnhI accol1PllllhI cconpIhihI
hI I judge John Johnfj fr fflodkefehier Tlodkefeller by the thegokien thegolden thegolden
golden rule touleUle the baslK bas baslis of the faith fOI h he hesays he8a5 liesays
says Is 11 his most priceless prlCQI possession possessionsays possessionsuys
says 9 YS Miss tlas Ida M 1 Torbell Judged by bythat b bthat bytitut
that basis John D is Isab uboUt ut aa muchgoodus muchas much muchgood
good goodus an a jimpson weed in a rose rosebowor roselJowor rosebowor
bowor boworWalter lJoworVaIt boworWaiter
Walter VaIt r Scott the cowboy who re recently recently recemitly ¬
cently made a a record run over the theSanto theSantu theSanta
Santo J Fe F e claims clulmsto to bo the possessor possessorof
of a mine worth 36000000000 Will Willsomebody Willsomobo Willbonmdbody
somebody somobo y please wake the young man manAn manug
u ug
I
An Ohfo bank has collapsed merely merelybecause m r reiy reiybecattso y
because beCQu the th depositors depoit rs withdrew all alltheir u ut
t their eIFun funtl d i Ii Lshame V hameforpe for people OPI ai to to41cc o okentM I
41cc kentM ltwt1fihey ncy alien they Jtn know knowthe w <
the bank mhjuTneed ml might bt need It ItI r
1 1of
of
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j Society SocietyMiss i J JIigs
1
Miss Iigs Stella Salisbury will be the theguest theguest theuest
guest g uest of honor at a 8 luncheon Wednes ¬
day at the theCountlj Country club given by Mrs
S D Sturgis of Fort Douglas DouglasMr Douglasr
Mr r and MrS 1rg M 1 H Walker and
daughters M lss Lena Hague and Miss MissGlen 11issGlen MIssGlen
Glen Walker leave this week for the thenorthwest theI thenorthwest
northwest northwestMiss northwestMiss northwestMiss
I
Miss Winnie Evans and Miss Claire ClaireMidgley ClaireUdgley ClaireMidgiey
Midgley entertain at a lawn awn party next nextFriday nextFriday
Friday evening at the home of Mrs J JR JR JB
R Midgley on Fifth East The guests guestswill guestswill
will number seventyfive seventyfiveMIss
0 0IlBS
Miss IlBS Angela KInney was the guest guestof
of honor at a luncheon given by Miss MissDorothy US8 US8Doroth
Dorothy Doroth Kinney yesterday at the Coun Country Country Counry
tt try t ry < club Covers wero placed for fortwelve fortwo1e forwelve
twelve t welve3lIse I i iMiss
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Miss Alice Goodwin Miss Loreen Loreeneary LoreNILeary LoreeriLeary
Leary < eary Miss Lela Potter of St Joseph JosephMo JosephMo
Mo Miss Stella McIntyre Miss tIss Louise LouiseSullivan LouIseSulUvan LoUIseSullivan
Sullivan Wallace Bredemeyer Frank Frankpoe FrankPoe
poe William Leery Deveraux Jennings Jenningsand Tennlngsand
and L 1 Riter comprised a Lagoon party part partlast partyast
last l ast evening eveningMr
4 e eMr
Mr and Mrs Russell G Sehulder are arelocated areocated
lt located l at Whitehall until the comple completion completion compleion
tion t of their new home homeft homeIrs homeMrs
ft I
Mrs Irs Le Grand Young and Mrs Irs Wil WilHam WIl1am VI1 VI1Ham
Ham 1 Reed arrive today from Denver DenverMr
00 0Mr it itlr
Mr lr and Mrs B X Smith entertained entertaineda
a few friends at supper Sunday even evening evening ¬
ing l ag at the Alta club clube
C e 01 01Irs CMrs
Mrs Irs John Reed left for Denver yes yesterday ts tsterda
terday terda t Mrs 1rs Harry IIarr Guns accompanied accompaniedher
her
fJo fJoIr 0 0Mr i I
Mr Ir and Mrs rrs Sig Simon leave this thisweek thisweele thisveelc
ts week t for Manitou where they will willspend wlUspond willpend
spend s the remainder of the summer summerC summertii4s i iMiss
00 11 11Uss
Miss Uss Delia R Snow Sno IK if visiting her hersister h > r
sister s Mrs G W Yo Carlton of Hllllard HllllardWyo Hilliardyo
Wyo WyoDr yo
C o I IDr
Dr Henry Hour La Motte has returned returnedfrom returnedtrom
from f rom his trip to Portland Portlande
C e CMrs
Mrs lrs A z Callaghan Cahlagh mi and Miss I1st Dor Doroth Perothy j
othy oth Kinney Kinne leave shortly for San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco Francisco1lrs FranciscoMrs I
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Mrs E B Critchlow Miss May 11a and andIilfkBess andCnitchlosv
Miss IilfkBess Bess Critchlow have gone to toBrighton totPnto toBrighton
Brighton tPnto to be away a m until uulltil Sept 1 11liss 1C
C C CMiss
Miss Pearl Frankel of San Francisco Franciscois
is i s visiting vIslt1 g her aunt Mrs I Marks of ofii
115 ll i ii Fourth East street
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Mr ir and Mrs Frank Steiner are at atthe atthe atthe
the Knutsford KnutsfordMiss
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Miss Katherine Moffat entertains at ata atu ata
a Kensington Thursday afternoon afternoonMrs afternoonit
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Mrs George Curtis will be the hostess hostessof
of a luncheon on Thursday ThursdayMrs
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Mrs trs J Copley Cople arrives rrI os toda today to bo bothe bethe I Ithe
the guest of Mrs Daniel Le May MayMaster Ma MayC
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Master Samuel Sturgis entertained en a ascore ascore ascore
score of his young friends yesterday yesterdaythe J Jthe
the occasion being his eighth birthday birthdayMrs birthday1lrs birthdayCCC
CCC CCCMrs
Mrs A Reeves and family famil together togetherwith togetherwith togetherwith
with Miss Ethel Ludlow and Miss Eve Evelyn Eveln Eveyn
lyn l yn Lewis have taken a cottage at atPharaohs atPharaohs atPharaohs
Pharaohs Glen where they will remain remainfor remaintor remainfor
for a month or six weeks weekso weeksliss
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Miss Alice Farrell entertains Friday Fridayevening FJidayeenlnS
evening for Miss Nisslar of Butte ButteMont Buttelont
Mont MontDr lont
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Dr Frank Craft and daughter May Mayof Mayof Iay Iayfir
of Cleveland 0 are guests of White Whitehall WhitebalI Vllltehall
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Mrs Irs J J W V Bubb and Mrs G B BStreet BStreet BStreet
Street left Sunday Sund fpr Gatesburg G sQlrg Ill 111Miss IllC 11lUss
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Miss Uss Anna Greenberg of offlutte Butte Mont Montis Monts IontIs
is I s the guest of Miss Yetta Stein SteinMrs SteinMis SteinC
C C C CMrs
Mrs W V H Tibbals left last evening eveningfor
for Portland to spend a week at the thefairl th thfair thefair
fairl fair After that she will spend two or orthree orthree orthree
three weeks on the coast coasto coastMies I
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Miss Mi s Mabel Nissler will m be the guest guestof guestof est estor
of honor at a Kensington this after afternoon artfrnoon afternoon
noon also at an evening party The Thehostess Thehosless Thehostess
hostess of both affairs will be Miss Eva EvaRay EvaRay
Ray I 0 I
Miss Marjorie I ljorieM Mxilvey lvf entertains entertainsThursday enterlamnsThursday ntcrtainaThureda
Thursday Thureda evening for Miss Ilss Mabel Niss Nissler Kissler Nisser ¬ I
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Mrs lrs T A Plaisted will leave for forBoise forBoise I IBoise
Boise on Wednesday evening whero wheroahe whEroshe wherOshe
she will make inukeher her home h me in the future futureMr futurellr futureC
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Mr and Mrs H J J Howe of Syracuse SyracuseN
N Y are guests of Mr and Mrs lrs E P PGaylord PGaylord PGaylord
Gaylord GaylordDr GaylordDr
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last night He will return r turll early in Oc October October October ¬
tober with Mrs Lindsay LindsayMARRIAGE LindauII LindsayC LindsayMARRIAGE
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Mary E Johnson Bingham Bin Bingham779Alexander ham
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780 780Ralph Ralph Hughes New York YorkElizabeth YorlElizabeth YorkElizabeth
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She ShetVell Well you may ask papa papaHe papaSheVhy papaHeImpossible
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She SheVhy Why do you say sa that thatHe thatHeBecause thatHeBecause
He HeBecause Because 1 havent been able to get getsight getsight I Isight
sight of him since I loaned him 10 before
Christmas ChristmasNo ChristmasNo
No joy jO or pleasure on this earth quite quiteequl quiteequals i iequals
equals equl s that which comes into the home homewhen homewhen homewhen
when baby arrives Who can c n describe describethe describethe describethe
the happiness h2ppu ess of man and woman joined joinedin
in i wedlock as they look upon the fra fragile fragiledeli fragiledelicate ile iledelicate
delicate deli tc mite tt1il that is blood of their blood b
and flesh of their flesh And who can candepict candepict candepict
depict the hopelessness < and dejection dejectionthat dejectionthat
that hover ho r about the home where the thewife thewife thevife
wife is incapable of becoming a mother motherBarrenness mothcrBarrenness motherBarrenness
Barrenness proceeds from some derange derangement derangement derangenient ¬
ment of the distinctly feminine feminine organs organsMany organsMany organsMany
Many of the common ailments known as asfemale usfemale asfemale
female troubles cause it Dr Pierces PiercesFavorite PiercesFavorite PiercesFavorite
Favorite Prescription overcomes barren barrenness barrenness barrenness ¬
ness by stampingout stamping ut diseases of women womenand womenand womenand
and by healing and curing ulceration It Ittones Ittones Ittones
tones up the system sstem stops drains dr ins and andrestores andrestores andrestores
restores strength During gestation estation it itmodifies itmodifie itmothfies
modifies < < morning sickness gives elastic elasticity elasticity elasticity ¬
ity to the overstrained ov ra ncd parts concerned concernedmakes concernedmakes concernedmakes
makes the hounof babys coming short shortand shortand shortand
and almost painless and gives wonderful wonderfulrecuperative wonderfulrecuperative wonderfulrecuperative
recuperative power to the patient By Bymaking Byntaktng Byniaking
making the mother strong and cheerful cheerfulit
it makes the little one healthy llti thy vigorous vigorousand vigorousund vigorousand
and good natured Insist upon the med medicine medilne medicine ¬
icine dealer giving ving you Dr Pierces s Fai Faivorite Flvorite Pavorite
vorite Prescription when you ask for it itSubstitutes itSubstitutes itSubstitutes
Substitutes are often dangerous dangerousMrs
Mrs Jawes Jamc W Blacker of 639 6 Catherine St StSyracuse StSym StSyracuse
Syracuse Sym le 1C Y writes Your medicines m icln have havedime h1veduue havedune
dime wonders for me For years eatS my health was wasvery wasV wasvery
very V poor I hail h t four our rafscarrlaees but since sincetakinir slimetahnn
131 takinir ng Dr Vierces Golden Medical Icdf al Discovery Discoveryand Discoveryontllavritc Discoverynndacor4te
and ontllavritc Vawrite Inscription I have much better betterhealth betterh beUcthealth
health h atth and nd IMJW I have a fine finehealthy healthy baby babylor babyFor babyFor
For 21 onecent one cent stamps to cover cost of ofmailing ofmaiH1g ofmelhing
mailing only yon can get a free copy of ofOat ofOn ofclebrated
Oat celebratsd ccl brntd dtfctor book the tbeCotJ1mon tbeCotJ1monfi Common CommonaS
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afternoon during July J ly and August Augustrieii Augustf AugustK AugustJ
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WL summer goods as being our leaders l aqers of ofthe ofthe ofSr5 C
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gandies Plain Color Soisette Stripe StripeOrgandies
I Organdies Irish Dimities Embroidered EmbroideredVoHes EmbroideredV EmbroideredVoIes
VoHes VoHesThese V VoIesd oes oesThese
d These lovely lond airy air fabrics will meet meetevery meetci 2 0
ci t1 every ever enthusiastic expectation expectationThese expectationThes expectationUI C
UI ig These Thes goods have been selling se11l11 at at30c 30c 30c35c 30ci11
1 1 i11 35c and 40c 40cmosUy mostly 40c Special price priceTatle priceTable
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Lovers of cool and dainty dalntYsl summer summerdresses sthnmner sthnmnerdresses mmer mmerdrese
dresses will be charmed with this thissiowing this51owIng thisslowing
slowing siowingSole 51owIng3oie slowingii
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iALIfl aline alineall all silk sill Printed Nets Silk 01gandle Or Organdie OrlrAIi ¬
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l JkWVtlI ored Linens LinensThese LinensTheee < 3 9 I
These The are U1 the very choicest ch ice t the very
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Zephyr Dress Ginghams are always alwaysin
in demand Included in this sale are aresome 1
Ii1 h 61 some splendid 10cent qualities qualitiesstriped striped stripedund 6 I
UilmThl 4 und checks ahe cheulsmnostly mostly mostl pink pln colors Spe Special ¬ 4 C Culd
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i interesting bargains It is s certainly an op opportunity 01 01pOltunity ¬
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Ji1 or of Womens vv omen s and andCnildren andChildrens andI
I Childrens s Oxfordsvalues Oxfordsvalues Oxfords OxfordsI Oxfords1values
I e values 350 to
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Hotel situated in the heart of the beautiful and impressive Little Cottonwood Cottonwoodcanyon Cottonwoodoonyon Cottonwoodcanyon
canyon right on the edge of the cbol oI mountain stream making one of the themost thomost themost
most ideal resting spots In Utah UtahThe Uta UtaThe UtahThe
The hotel has many city eit conveniences Perfect sanitation Porcelain bath bathtubs bathtu bathtubs ¬
tubs tu s Long distance telephone Dancing pavilion i1 vmon Dally mall service s rvlce etc etcWHOLESOME otcVHOLESOl1E etcWHOLESME
WHOLESOME FOOD PLENTY O OF FRESH MILK EGGS VEGET VEGETABLES VEGETABLES VEGETABLES ¬
ABLES ETC SUPPLIED FROM OUR OWN WN RANCH RANCHRates RANCHRates RANCHRates
Rates from 150 Per Day arjd ard Qd upSpecial tipBLACK up upSpecial
Special rites for children also special reductions BY THEloIONTH THEloIONTHFOR THE MONTH MONTHFOR
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Three hundred performers performersThrilling perfurmersThrilling
Thrilling aweInspiring and Ivldly Ivldlyrealistic ivlelyrealistic
realistic Is the d destruotton lru tton 0 of Pompeii
by earthquake and volcano volcanoAmphitheatre
Amphitheatre seating 10000 people peopleEvery peopleEvery
Every night Every night nightAdmission nightAdmission
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who seek the maximum of ofwearattheminimumof ofwearat
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FAST COLOR FABRICS PABRICSDealers
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An owner of one of our coffee coffeemachines correcmachines coffeemachines
machines found she had h d no alcohol alcoholin
in the house hou8cone one morning and was wascompelled wascomvelled wascompelled
compelled to make coffee on the theranee theran theratmge
ranee ran She afterwards told us that thatno thatno thatno
no member of ofler 1 Ijer ler family would woulddrink woulddrink woulddrink
drink the coffee that morning be localise because because ¬
cause they had acquired a taste for forgood forgood forgOO1
good coffee coffeePhone coffeePhone coffeePimomie
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correct time timeIf
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If the shoe you are looking lor loris for foris
is not in the window you will willfind willfind
find it inside insideOur insideOur
Our Big Sale goes on Bestshoes Best Bestshoes
shoes for the he least prices pricesLadies pricesLadies
Ladies Shoes at 95c 100
115 on tables tablesROMNEY tablesROMINEY
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MORE IMPORTANT IMPORTANTSUBJECT IMPORTANTSUBJECT iMPORTANTSUBJECT
SUBJECT THAN THANTHE THANTHE THANTHE
THE BABY BABYAnd BABYAnd BABYAnd
And our store is headquarters headquartersfor
for everything the baby needs needsHave needsHave needsHave
Have you seen our baby win window window window ¬
dow containing everything the thelittle thelittle thelittle
little ohe will wi l require from the theday theday theday
day it is born until it ceases to tobe tobe tobe
be a baby babyPerhaps babyPerhaps babyPerhaps
Perhaps theres s soniequestion soniequestionabout
about the weight of the baby babyup babyup babyup
up your way You can settle it itby itby itby
by sending for our baby 8by scales scaleswhich scaleswhich scaleswhich
which will be sent free to your youraddress V youraddresa ur uraddress
address addressWhere addressSlHRt addresaSCIRIW1P9S
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think of buying a a plan without first firstdropping firstroDPlng firstdromping
dropping In to see us We have a agreat agreat agreat
great many ninny highly artistic Instruments Instrumentshere Instrumenthere Instrumentshere
here and can offer you a great many manysaving manysayIng manysaving
saving possibilities Three slightly slightlyused slIghtlyused slightlyused
used pianos choice 17508 1 56I Victor Talk TmlkInpr TalkIn Talking
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eyes tested often If you dont dontneed lo dontneed i ineed
need glasses we w tell you OU so The Theglasses Theglnsss Theglasses
glasses manufactured manlf < 1etured by us fill fillevery fillevery fillevery
every requirement requirementRUSHfiillfR9S requirementUSHIS
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< > Date and Lasting Goode GoodeI GoodsDRUNKENNESS
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DRUNKENNESS DRUNKENNESSA CURED CTTEEDA
A positive I > and permanent cure tor fo r
drunkenness and the opium diseases diseasesThere dlseastlsThere I IThere i
There Is no publicity no sickness 5 Ladies Ladiestreated Ladlestreated Ladletreated
treated as privately as at their own ownhomes ownhomes ow owhomes
homes The Keeley Institute 331 Weal WestSouth WesSouth WealSouth
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A Touching Story StoryIs
Is the saving from death of the baby babygirl babygirl bab I
girl of George A Eyler Cumberland CumberlandMd CurnberanMd L IL
Md He writes hAt At the age of U Umonths Umonths 1 1 1mnonths
months our little girl was in declining declininghealth Qecl1ninghealth ceelinin S ghealth
health with serious Throat Trouble Troubleand Troubitarid
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and two physicians gave gav her up W Wwere We Wewere Yewere
were almost In despair when we re reery resolved s
solved to try Dr KIngs New Disco
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Colds The Th first bottle gave gav relief reliefafter reIlerater
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after taking takln four bottles she was wascured wu wucured as ascured s
cured and Is now In perfect perreethcnlt perreethcnltNev4r health healthNever hcaIt hcaItNever
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cough ugh or oi cold At Z C M I 1 Drus DrusDept Dru DruDept S SDept
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go via to 0 6 for Denverand Denver and East 8 85e 85 A M Mo Miro
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No o 5 for Ogden den and JMl West 1135 i3 J5 A M MNo MNo 31NO
No 102 for Park City 816 A M MNo 31No MNo
No 112 1 for Bingham Sl 818A sie A M MNo MNo 31io
No 114 for Bingham 3 30 i P pM pMARRIVE AL ALARRIVE 31ARRIVE
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No No1 1 from Denver and Rast 136 1 P 3 3No x xNo3 31No
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No 101 from rom Park City 515 P ii 35o
No o 112 from Bingham 1it A M MNo 31No I
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I IH I EFFECT EFFECTJURE EFFECTJUNE EFFECTJUNI
JUNE I 1905 1905No 1905RltlyE 1905ARRIVE
ARRIVE ARRIVENo RltlyENo
No 4 4From From Ogden Chicago <
Omaha St Louie Kansas K s JJT5 515
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City and Denver Jj a aButte a 1 m 1
No 8From Ogden deJ1 Portland S30
a m
Butte and San Francisco Francleeoo
No NO6FrornOgdeflaudlflter mediate o S 6From From point Ogden and Inter O 93D M f 3 a m mNo mNo tn tnmediate
No 12 12From From Ogden Cache CacheI
I Valley Valle and intermediate InterMediatepoints lliS
1145
points pointsice H4DauI H4DauINo a m m 1f 1fo
No o 2 CFrom From Oirden a d n Chicago ChicagoSt
St Louis Kansas City C1t7ov
I Omaha Denver and n Sn iiz
1 4A
Francisco ov 443 p pm pmNo fiNo ES ESNo
No W leFaoiu F Fom om Ogden den Cache Cacbai CacheX CactiValley
i Valley Butte Portland and ltn
j I X San lel Francteco = 140 4g P n m E Ej m mI
j I DEPART DEPARTNo DEPARTI
I No No5For 5 5For For Ogden Omaha
Chicago Denver Kansas KIt Kaneasltv s 711 711rity 710
I rity ltv and St Ix louis > uis ly a ra raNo
No No7For 7 7For For Ogden Portland Portlandi PortlandButte
i I Butte San Francisco Iranei co and in istermediate in2n
termediate points pointsNo l 1030 lUoU o a m III IIII I
I I I N No o i 1For For Oeden Omaha
Chicago Denver Kansas KaneSClt
City Clt St Louis and Sen
I J 140 Q
p pNo p R1 R1No
No 11 llFOI For oigoenCache O Ogden < < den Cac Cache HJo Vail Va Valhey Jlg n m
hey l y and intermediate points i IJ P UoI UoII
No NO3For S 5For For Olden Denver DenverKansas DenverKansas JeayerKansas
I Kansas City Omaha St StLouis nfl 605 RI
Louis and Chicago ChicagoNo ° UlJ P m
No 9 9For For Ogden Cache Val Valley YAIley Valhey ¬
ley Butte Helena Portland PortlandSan Portlandiat PortlandSan
San Francisco r and inter intermediate Il SJ
1145 n m
mediate iat points w P PT PT III IIIT
T 31 SCHUMACHER SCHUMACHERTraffic SCHUlACHETraffic SCHUMACHERTraffic
Traffic Manager ManagerD
D ii E BURLEY BURLETG BURLgrGPTA
G GPTA GPTAD P T A AD AD
D S SPENCER SPENCERA SFISNCERAGSPTA
A AGSPTA AGSPTACity G P I T A ACity ACity
City Ticket Office SOI iL 1 Main Street StreetTelephone StleetTelephone StreetTelephone
Telephone 250 250Note 2iOot 2ONotCThe
Note NotCThe ot The train numbers shown aHve aHvere abeveare abv < a aare
are re Oregon Short Linetrain Line train numbers numb rs and anddo aaddo nstdo
do not apply to the Southern Pacific west westof westof w wof
of Ogden or 0 the Union Pacific e ethereof east eastthereof
thereof
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TIME TABLE TABLEEFFECTIVE TABLEI TABLEEFFECTIVE
EFFECTIVE MAY M 1ST 1STDEPART DOS 1905DEPART DOSDDHY
I
DEPART DDHY DTLT D ILY ILYFrom
Prom Oregon OrgonShortne Short Ajne ne Depot DepotNo5ForStocktonand
Salt Lake C1 C1No CINI3lsti
No NI3lsti No5ForStocktonand 5 For o Stockton c and n rBhitlc tJc 7JZ
District l > v4Daia 745 a m
No 33 33For For Provo M Merc Mercy 31ercand rcrfr
Manti and points on onNo Sanpete
O ONo
Valley l y
No 31 31For For Provo Neph and
Lynn gftfl gftflNo p m mNf fi fiNo
No i 1For For Los Angetee g and In Interniedlate 52n
Nf termediate reL Points t 830 ° j au n P pm pmNo h HI HINo illNo m
No 35 35For For Nepal Nep l and IntermelT fl
diate Points IntermcH30 w P n m Q QARRIVE l1ARRIVE 111ARRIVE
ARRIVE DAILY DAILYNo DAILYN DAILYFd1te DAILYNo
No N 2 2From From Lot Angeles n and andintermediate n3ft
Intermediate t Fd1te Fd1teLFln LFln LFlnn Points U 630 JU 3 I m mNo mN mt IIINo
No N 32 32Fvom BVom Lynn L Provo and Q n
id ieL m mNo
ie 950
Intermediate t Points 1 U a m mNo3GFrom iiiNo
No No3GFrom 36 3GFromn From Mantl Nepht and 12ft
Intermediate Points 130 I < C n P J m m mN mt LUNo I INo
No N 34From NephI Provo and JT 4fl fl
Intermediate t 1 e Points gis 3w 54D P m mNf 1No 1 1No
No 6 6From From Tintic District > I and Aflft Iflf
Nf Intermediate t tp Points 0 600 P d dStandard mStandard 111Standard
Standard pullman Service Daily Be ¬
teen Salt Lake Milford Cattente Las La
Vegas and Los Angeles
Direct Stage Connection for all Mining Mlnln
Districts in Southern Utah and Nevada
including Bullfrog
City Ticket Office No 17 W Second
South Street Telephones MS MSE 1166 1166E 156E
E W WGeneral V GILLETT
General Passenger Agent
J L MOORE v vI
I District Passenger PaSe er Ajrent AgeuTHE Az = t
THE lAGOO ROAD ROADSalt
Salt Lake and Ogden Railway RailwayI RailwaySimon
I Simon Bamberger Bamber er Pres and Gen Mgr
A D Pierson Gen Pass Tkt Agt AgtTime AgtTime AgtTime
Time Table in Effect May 30 1905 19OSLEAVE 1905LEAVE 1905LEAVE
LEAVE SALT LAKE LAKB6J9 LAKJ6315Uam
6J9 6315Uam 9 11 a m 2 4 8 7 7Sp S p m mLEAVE mLEA inLEAVE
LEAVE LEA YE I LAGOON JAGOONO
70 30 O 10 a m 12 1 in 3 5 7 I ltd 11 Po k m mI
I Extra trains tnll 8 on Sundays and HolIdays
I Leave Salt l Lake akc 3 and 5 JK 1 p in ma Lesivo Lesivoi
I Lagoon Lu oon 1 and 6 p m mSTEAMSHIPS mSTEAMSHIPS tnSTEAMSHIPS
I STEAMSHIPS STEAMSHIPSTRANSATLANTIQUE STEAMSHIPSCO STEAMSHIPSCOA
CO COA P t E1IALE E1IALETRANSAANTiQUC RALE I IFrench
TRANSATLANTIQUE TRANSATLANTIQUES
French Line Sew York to Fad SL Days Days5siIin
SttUn R ltv rRdRv at 10 a m mLa inLa
La BretasneJuly Bretagne July 3tLa La GascogneAug 10 10La 10La
La Lorraine LorralneJuly July 27 lLa La Bretagne BretagneAug Aug 17 11La 17La
La TouraineAue TouralneA g SLa 3 La Savoie SavoleA1U Avg1 21 21NCM 51New 1 1le
New le modern gigantic twinscrew and andexpress a ad adexpress
express steamers naval officers man manofivar manoCwar manofwar
ofivar disclplin c seJpllne Companys vestibuled
trains HavreParis 4 hours Professiori Professiorial ProessionalQrchestra
al alQrchestra 1 orchestra on board twinscrew steam steamers sttarn8rS steaniera ¬
ers ersI
I A BENTON Agent D R G R R R
103 West est Second ond South S SL SL SL
L J KEYES Agent Oregon Short Line
201 l Maiu 4Ull St S t
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