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4 THE SALT LAKE HERALD TUESDAY DAY AUGUST 1 1905 19 5
TU TITh SALT LAkE IAK UfRALD UfRALDPUblisfed
3 Published Every Ev E ry Day In the th Year YearBY
BY THE HERALD HERALDCOMPANY HERALDCOMPANYTerms COMPANY COMPANYTerms
Terms of Subscription SubscriptionDAILY SubscriptionDAILY
DAILY AND SUNDAY SUND SUNDAYOne YOnomonthSSc YOnomonthSSccents One month S5c S5ccents
cents throe months 1250 2Q ono year 10w 1000SCNDAyoneyear 1OS0SNDAYOne
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year l 100 L six sL months J 7T cents cantSiat
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charge harsI50 150 Nassau Street New York ork ot b7 b7aSt1i Siibcrther
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chinared must mu t give former as well welltnt we wer U Up
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orr is received to discontinue AU ar arruu
rcarages ruu e must be paid In evory case caseThe caseThe
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St Louis LouisThe Th The Planters i The Southern SouthernSOLVING South
SOLVING OLVING WATER QUESTION QUESTIONAfter QUESTIONAfter QUESTIONAfter
After months of futile negotiation and andflghUng
fighting tho mayor and city attorney attorneyhave attorneyhave attorneYhave
have finally secured s cured from the Utah UtahLight UehLight U Ii
Light Railway company an agree agreement agroemEnt atae ataernEnt ¬
ment as S to t a franehlsoin frane1i1e iii exchange tXChfl tXChflBig for1 for1Big o oBig
Big Cottonwood wator and land which wtolctxpromises wblch1roml6CS whichprtmiso
promises to settle the whole contro controversy ccntroovcrsy controversy
versy The franchise is to be con considered conI5I considered ¬
sidered I5I ered at a 3 special meeting of tho thocouncil tQocouncil thocoucI1
council Thursday night and concedes concedespractically conc4tdeSpractically concedeSpiacticaiIy
practically every point sought by Mayor MayorMorris MA1 MA1Morris MayorMorris
Morris and City Attorney Day DayHere DayHere DayHere
Here aro tho concessions conc sslons iqade by the thecompany thecompany
company Inaddition In addltIon to tho powor and andlights andlIghts
lights furnished the city free under underold underold underold
old franchisee franchiseeA
A fourcent street railway fare is isSiven Isivcn Isgiven
given ivcn for books of fifty tickets each eachTho etlchTho eachTho
Tho company Grants all the water waterrights watorrights Waterrighth
rights power rights reservoir sites and andland andJand andJand
Jand In Big Cottonwood dosired by the thecity tbecity thecity
city guaranteeing a clear title titleThe titleThE titleThe
The reduced schedule of lighting now nowIn noWin nowIn
In effect is made madQPormanent permanent with a pro provision proision ¬
vision 18 on for reduction by arbitration arbitrationwhenever arbitrationwh4ncvcr arbitrationwhenever
whenever new inventions or improve improvements improvements Improvernents ¬
ments arise which shall materially re reduce reduce reduce ¬
duce the cost of producing either gas gasor gallor ga gaor
or electric energy for light or power powerpurpose powerpurposC powerpurpooe
purpose and the same provision ap applies applies uppiles ¬
plies in the companys favor by arbitra arbitration arbitratlon arbitration ¬
tion in caso conditions enhance the cost costof oo costof t tof
of producing gas or electricity electricityCars olectrlcllyCars electricityCars
Cars o ot Interurban lines which reach reachoutside reachoutside reachoutside
outside a tenmile limit are to have tho thoright thoright theright
right to run over oVQr the companys tracks tracksin tracksin
in the city provided the lines Un do not notcome notome notrome
come into Immediate competition n with withexisting withcxlstIng withetisUng
existing lines of f the company companyIn companyIn
In effect the new franchise if ac accepted acptEd ateepted ¬
cepted ptEd by tli tile company after its passage passageT
T v ill Ii save the citizens of Salt Lake at ataI atlea atleat
leat lea t 10000 wmually In street car fures furesatd atres atresal
aI will ilt continue the electric lighting lighting1schedule lightingschfiuk i i8lhf
schedule 8lhf > dul which saves about 10000 OOOO OOO a aifur
ifur 3 r rtr ar as a compared comp ed with the old charges chargesui chargesULlT i
ui u ULlT I I T 1 former franchises franchisesFinally franchisesFinally fraiicliisesFinally
Finally and most important of all allthe allthf alltiLt
the city secures the companys water waterrights waterrights waterrights
rights power rights Ight and land in Big Bist Bigctlollwood
ctlollwood < t LOU wood clear pf inpunibruiice and andTuthgut andthout andthout I
Tuthgut thout any cashconsideration b con5ideration in insuring infnillg inuring ¬
suring the immediate construction of ofnt oftb 01t
nt t Big Cottanwood CoU8nwo d water supply sya syat SSt
t < m without the expense wcpen e and vexatious vexatiousrtrlay vexatiousf1clay vexatioUi1a
rtrlay 1a of r litigation Further the water watertomes watercumes waterume
tomes ume to the tii city with the right to use useIt useIt useIt
It fnr power If necessary and a ld the com company cotnItJY coin1aIy ¬
pany offers electric power for municipal municipalpnrjuses municipalJrIoseH municipalDrlrz
pnrjuses Drlrz JrIoseH sea at a figure much lower than thanuy thanil thanON I
uy il municipal l plant can c n produce it for forThe forhe forThe
The he final outcome of the negotiations negotiationsprecedent negotiationslINpdent negotiationslrcdent
precedent to tho agreement ought to be bemost be111fst bsinnst
most satisfactory to the mayor to the theoiy theU theattorney
oiy U attorney and to those tb citizens who wholl
1 ll ivj held out for the citys Bids Ide of the thecontroversy the theontrover8Y he heontroversy
controversy over the th franchise Not Notmo NotHH NotUlin
mo vital point has been conceded by byilie byill bytio
ilie ill tio < city every promise made to the thevoters tbeoters
oters in the addrettS 8 to the voters on onthe onthe L Lthe
the bond question has be been n fulfilled fulfilledEvery fuU1lledEv fullilledEvery
Every Ev ry man who has to pay car fares faresf far8llfr I Ir
f fr r himself and family fe the gainer gainerefry suinerfry gainereery
efry fry citizen who uses electric light lightKs lightkg lightlig
Ks already profited by the fightand fightandtssry tight I Iand and andr I Iry
tssry < r ry citizen will share in the Immense Immensel IOlmen e i
1 reflt to be had from an adequate adeqUAtem1anent adequatet
2 > rmarumt and perfect p rect supply of water waterOn waterOn waterOn
On its side the light and railway railwaycompany rill railwayompany way wayompany
ompany get get S 8 consolidation of all nh its itsfranchises itsrllDcblees Itiranchisea
franchises and nd an extension of a llttlo llttloless UttJIfss i ilcss
less than ten years it will be enabled enabledto I It
to t go ahead with needed improvements improvementsi
i 11 its equipment and service and It is ieJ i iI
1 position ositlonto to make good its promisee promiseeof proml promlc I Iof
of c betterments contingent on ability to tofinance tofin tcrnance
finance fin nc > its obligations and secure funds fundsfor tundsff1r I Ifnr
for Its requirements requirementsConsidered requirementsoIlslderecl requirementsConsidered
Considered < as a plain pll n business bar bargain barIaln bargain ¬
gain the city cit11as has secured decidedly the theI thoh th 5
I h tt t cud of the negotiations negotl lns and there therehc theretwuJd S Su1d
hc twuJd > uld 1 be > no question que tton as astotiae to the < ratifica ratification rtltlcot ratificaVon ¬
Von t on i II f the agreementby agreement by the council councilLJEAT COlhlCUell coencilHEAT
ell ellHEAT
HEAT HERE AND ABROAD ABROADNow ABROADow ABROADNow
Now ow that the backbone of the hot hotlitUl ho I Ii I
litUl i idl u has b beQft < m bent bent at least in a few fewits fewits fes f fjI
its jI sections we can quit worrying worryingi worryinitJOUt worrylni worrylniJut
i < Jut our own suffering and turn our ourattention ourLtttention r rttteation
attention to th the trials of others For Forexample Forsample Fe r retmple
example ip daah old Lunnon the theLave th thI thdlaave >
Lave I e been having a torrid spell The TheLondon TheJnl1ol1 S Si
London i ndon Express a of July 15 calls call atton attention attontjnn attonto ¬
tion to to it in the the words wordsA orels orelsA
A sun un that looked as if it was Wat melt melttg melting meltig
> ing tg with heat glared out of a still and andunlouded an < 1 1undouded IUn
unlouded Un lauded blue sky 8k The streets friz frizzled trI trIZlfd trizzied ¬
zled like A brick br clc oven Cold water tarsc tars taroSHnittld thj S Semitted
c emitted a tepid fluid and an Ice cream CT8 m was wasof wasJf wa S SoZ
of the consistency of tapioca padding paddingIt puddi t tIt
It uus a lS < ts hot even on a river steamboat steamboatiiiul 8t steeiititnd nbo1t nbo1tnd
iiiul nd th < scorching blast from roan th the eI eIgtnp A Agln itgln
gln gtnp room made one think o of tho thohaliara UtoaJlarn th C C5aliara
haliara Gentle and Infra Infre1uliat Udnt little littlepuffs UtUeIJItTs litU S Siffs
puffs of breeze wore as ti welcomeas welcomeasu Welcome 8S 8SU a B
BD
u U > < i is s of water w ter Ina daaact It wa w toolioi too tQObot tq tqbet D
bet fur people to say sayitWaJioL Jtjvva ltVnshot bot TJi9y TJi9yniuiped n nJlluIlJed l lntuped
niuiped their faces and wen wor content contentv Onten OntenI
v th 1 It exchanging eldquont el qu rtt inhd u l dewpar dewpariiS tle desptriig p1r p1rilg
iiS rods if f the tIt h head headAnd iiqadAnd ad adAnd
And yet on tha day ot which the Ex Express Express Ezpress ¬
press speaks so eloquently eloqu ntJy tha th tJU tn tnmometcr tner tnerinometer r rniometer
niometer registered pnly 84 ilegreQs us usa f fa a at ata
a maximum With WIU that sot of1 of t tern ternptrature tmcrature m mprraturc
prraturc crature over here we begin thinking thinkingabout tIllu1tmabout tliinloi g gabout
about winter underwearand underwea ana light over overoats over overcoats overcoats ¬ I
coats oats However there were tivynty tivyntyprostrations lWJntFprostrations twent I Iprostratlons r
prostrations from from the heat tn the Eng English En Enlish EnzlisIi ¬
lish metropolis and several deaths The Thedistracting Tb rhodistractIng adbtracting a
distracting feature of the London situa situation situation ¬
tion is explained by bythe the mat ctaeipei irt cni J Ullt that thatno th3 th3no t r
no breezes could penetrate pel otratd The he hocrl1wded hocrl1wdedthoroughfares crowded crowdedthoroughfares d dthoroughfares
thoroughfares besides rhln Uhl the per percentage percentage percentage ¬
centage of humidity was vary high highTo hlgbTo highTo
To set getback back to t our own dwr WI weaihqr i iis I IIs t
is not probablethat pI1o ablethat wp W ivlH iril t11 hav have an another another ¬
other month or as hot weather as wo w 0 31
<
had h ad during the month Just ended cnd d We Were Ve Veare E Earc
1 are a re going to have some more warm warmdays waim waimdays watuiays
ad
I days d ays but the equatorial temperature temperaturewilj tem omt re rewllJ
wilj be noted chiefly for ItAbsence its sen senSince
Since S ince the first of the year ear the theexc oxcdss oxcdssof excis excisf s sof
of o f temperature temperature has b been299 been 99 degrees degreesThe degTeesTho degreesThe
The mean temperature on Sunday was
76 7 6 degrees which is just normal But ButJuly ButJuly
July J uly of 1905 shows an excess of pre precipitation PNclpltatlon ¬
i cipitation c which vill IU strike some peo people people ¬
J ple p ie as almost beyond belief Neverthe Nevertheless NeertheJoss ¬
I less l oss we bad more rain last month ac according accordln ¬
I cording cordln c to the record r of the weather weatherbureau weatherbureau
I bureau b ureau than we usually usu 1 Y have In l Salt SaltLake SaILLak
Lake Lak in the month of July JulyThe JulyThe
The low humidity in this mountain mountainair mountninair
air a ir makes bearable a degree of beat heatthat beatthat
that t hat would be insuff insuffera r 3 in other otherplaces otherplaces otherlaces
places p laces If London suffered at S4 de dejfreos deI degreos
I jfreos how much more ItTwould It would havo havoj havosutrored haveuffered
j suffered s If it had had our 97derr3 97de 97degreeays r rJays s
5 Jays d < ays with its humidity On the showing showingmade
j made by the Express hundreds of ofI ofdeaths ofdeaths
I deaths would w9uld have been Inevitable InevitableMINT InevitableA
A MINT JULEP PEOPLE PEOPLEThere PEOPLEThoro PEOPLEThere
There are few people p ople either elth r north or orsouth orsouth orouth
I south s ofythe of ofbe he Ohio river who have not notheard notheard notheard
J heard of the seductive mint mi t julep Bijt Bijtfew BqtI Btt Bttew
I few f ew north nor h of the river have any ny idea of ofhow ofJ ofow
j I how h ha ow to make ake one Outside of Dixie peo people peoI peopie ¬
a ht pIe who make jUleps have an idea that thatthey thatthe thathey
I they the t should include a small orchard In Inoch Inoach Inoath
oath one of them thom We ve havo known knowni knownthem
j i I II them them to include a slice lico of orangeS ditto dittopineapple dittoplnoapple dittopineapple
pineapple a couple of red rubber cher cherTios chcrrlos cherios
Tios < r ios a stuffed ollvo and a strawberry strawberrySomo strawberrySomo strawberrySouse
Somo mixers put In gin and bitters as aawell asveU aswell
well ak aje other ingredients surmounting surmountingthe sunl10 surinotmtlngthe utlng utlngUU
the wPole wrole witha with a sprig of wilted mint mintand mtntand nntand
and a dash dashof of powdered sugar sugarThose sugarThose sugarThose
Those who drink them wonder whatevQ whatever what whatever ¬
ever made mint juleps popular For Forthe Farthe Fc Fche
the t he benefit of the ignorant isuora t In search searchof searchof
of light we present a a recipe from the theKansas theKansas theKansas
Kansas City Journal Those ThoseY who i o fol follow folow 91 91low ¬
low l ow it will have a julep that really is a ajulep ajulep aulep
julep j The author of the recipe says he heis heis
is i s from Dixie but tho statement is en entirely cntirely onbely
tirely t unnecessary And this is the way waylie wa walie
lie makes them themFor themFor themFor
For each julep allow about a half halftumbler hal haltumbler
tumbler of o good Bourbon whiskey whiskeyGo
Go out to your our mint bed b d and nd gather gathertliree gathu gathuthree gatherthree
three carefully selected sprigs for each eacVglass eachglass eaih eaihglass
glass Bruise the loaves carefully be between bet betwc ¬
tween t twc n the thumb and forefinger being beingauro beingItUro beingsure
sure not to bruise the stems because becausethat bQcQulethat
that brings out the bitter flavor in the theminC tIlemint tinsmint
mint Drop the bruised leaves l uv68 into the thewhiskey thowhiskey thewhiskey >
whiskey and allow them to remain remainthere remainthere remaInthere
there while other preparations are in inprogress Inprogross haprogress
progress progressThose progrossThose progressThose
Those are simple In a il L small glass glassplace slassplace glassplace
place a teaspoonful of granulated granulatedsugar granulatedsugar granulatedsugar
sugar with enough water to make a athiak 0thfok n nthiok
thiak syrup Crack Ice enough to fill filla filla L La
a good sized tumbler and pour the thesyrup thesyrup thesyrup
syrup into it Now No pour the whiskey whlsk Y in inwhich Inu1ich
which the t le mint has been placed into intothe intothe intothe
the tumbler containing contatntn the cracked l Ice Iceand I e eand e
and tho sugar taking the mint leaves leavesout leavesout
I
out Take an empty tumbler and pour pourth pOU pOUlhe pourthe
the th cracked ice whiskey and syrup syrupinto
into I it and then back Into the he original originaltumbler originaltumbler
tumbler until A light frost
appears on onthe ontb r rtksi
the tb outside Stick threo sprigs of urt unbruised urtbruIsed urtbruised
bruised mint in at the top and serve servoimmediately serveItnmediatelY I IImmediately
immediately immediatelyThe
The man who ho furnishes the recipe recipegives re recipegives ipe ipegives <
gives one warning Ho says Never Nevertry Nevertry Nevertry
try this recipe if you ou wish to swear swearoff swearo swearCLEANING swearoff
off offQLEANING o
CLEANING UP PHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIAThe PHfLADE PHIA PHIAThe I
The work ot uncovering the fraudu fraudulent fraudulont frauduont ¬ I
lent l ont registration in Philadelphia goes on onand onand
and tind as it progresses the wonder is not notthat notthat
that tho machine has been able to run runup runup
up such Auch tremendous majorities majori es but butthat
that the majorities have not been big bigger bigger biggor ¬
ger The people of Philadelphia have havebeen havebeen
been promised honest elections here hereafter hereafter hereafter ¬
after and Mayor Weaver Weavar eav8I seems deter determined determlnod determined ¬
mined to carry that promise roniise Into ef effect effeet effecL ¬
feet However a lot of work in rid ridding ridding ridding ¬
ding the city of fraudulent registra registrations rc rogistraions stra stratlons ¬
ions l is still to be done doneUp doneUp
Up to date some somc32000 32000 fictitious names nameshave namoshave nameshave
have been discovered on the books In Inone Inone Inone
one voting district 294 names were rcg rcgistered reelittered rcgstered
littered i Of this number 227 2 havo been beenshown beenshown beenshown
shown to be fictitious This is perhaps perhapsan
an extreme case but there are others othersalmost othersalmost I Ialmost
almost equally as bad The discovery discoverythat discoverythat
that fifty fty and sixty per cent of f the theregistrations theregistrations theragistrations
registrations in gang districts wore worefraudulent worefraudulent I
fraudulent has not been considered consideredall t It Itall t tall
all uncommon It was indeed ex expeeted expeeted expeetod
peeted That more frauds are under undercovor undercover undercover
cover is demonstrated from a glance glanceat glanceat j
at the figures figuresThe figuresTho figuresThe i
t
The population of Philadelphia today todaymay tOdaymay todaymay
may be roughly put p t at 1400000 The Thecensus Thecensus Thecensus
census of 19JH 1 showed 1293700 There Therewere Therewere Therewere
were before the reform wave swept sweptover sweptover sweptover
over Philadelphia 352239 nameson names on the theregistration theregistration S Sregistration
registration lists hist The voting strength strengthof
of the citys population where as in inPhiladelphia InPhiladelphia ItPhiladelphia
Philadelphia the women do not vote vo e is isto Isto is a ato
to the total population as a one is to five fiveOn fiveOn 11v 11vOn
On this ratio which is generally recog recognized lecognlzed recognized ¬
nized as absolutely fair there thele are 270 270OW 270oo 70 700Gi
OW voters Philadelphia In This loaves 1davesJl219 S Salf1e9
112369 unaccounted unac ounted for Or after aftererasing attererasing atteaerasing
erasing the 82000 already stricken we w wfind I Ifind Ifind
find Philadelphia still has 80000 frau fraudulent trau traudulent fraudulent
dulent voters votersPractically votersPracthaIly votersPractically
Practically the whple wb le Republican rnajority ma majority a ajority ¬
jority given Ivon in the city citybe kl Philadelphia Philadelphiaat L Lat
at the election last year was made up upof uv0C u uof
of fraudulent votes otes An honest elec election election elsietion ¬
tion would have almost If not quite quitegiven quitetlvon quitegiven
given the city to tho Democrats pn on the thetheory thetheory thi I
theory that both sides polled their fulf fulfhonest tull tullhonest tulboneet II I
honest strength It is high time they theywere theyworo thelwore
were having honest elections in PhIla Phihxdelphia PhIladelphia Philadeiphia
delphia Only the th dishonest dl honest voters votershave v ters tershave S Shave
have kept the gang in power there And Andif AndIe Ant Antit
if Philadelphia oan be cleaned there will willbe m mbe l lbe
be hope for the entire state hope that thatPanrose thatPenrose tha t tPenrose
Penrose and his henchmen may be bethrown bethrown bi l lthrown
thrown out of office officeTho officeTho ofliceTh
Tho Th election of Democratic nominees nomineesis nomln s sis 3Is
is unimportant unlm ortnnt The important thing thln Is Isthe hItl1e t S Sthe
the election of clean ablo citizens and andthis andthis am I Ithis
this cannot be done as long as the gang gangcontrols gangoontrols gan gancontrols
controls the ballot boxes boxesAn boxesAn boxesAn
An IndIana man wanted ted to avoid avoidpaying avobpaying woitTpaYln
paying paYln taxes on 25000 25 O so he h hid l1 d tho thomoney th thmon tbmonQy
money mon y in his barn Ho Hoont wont havoyto haveto havetopay 5 5pay j
pay taxes on It now or at any an tlmcvin tlmcvinthe time in inthe ri rithe
the future but he would be willing to topay topay t a apay
pay the taxes If the th gentleman who whoseondedwlth wh D DThsconded j
absconded seondedwlth with It would kindly return return returnIt i iI iJohann j
It
i iJohann
Johann Hoch B ch wife murderer and am 1 1blgaml8t i
bigamist t announced the nIght before beforetho b tore torethe e eth
the th day set for his execution that he hewould b C Cwould
would die like a man Its ta a great greatpity greatpity grea t tpity
pity he didnt but he may some tUna tUnaIn thn 0 0inhfuture
In inhfuture inhfutureMerely the th future futureMerely futureMerely
Merely for swearingat a chorus ch rus girl girla gIrf gIrfst gir gira
a a stage st stsgemanagerwas gemanagerwas manager was fined S4 3f In St SiLouib I IL
Louisthe L Louib OJIS the otharjdky othr th JibY dy Are Ar C t ti tley ey ef frying fryingto tryIn g
to takeawiyall take aVo3y awayuit nIl1the the rights bfjmen of men m lu lutho Ii a athe
the Missouri metropolis I
c I < Society pcl ty r 1 1r
Largely r elY as the result og c the opening openingof
of o f the Salt Lake Route the southwest southwestIs
Is I s the rendezvous r ndezyo s these days ays of the thegreatest t thereat8t e egreat
greatest great g st number mn ber of4 ofSalt Salt Lakers L kcrs that thathave at athav
have h ave ever ver spent a i1 season 5eas n01 on i11eco The he coast coastOn t tOn
On Los Angeles Ang les streets are dally well wellknown w h1i ll llJmown
known l moy people from this town and all allthe aUtlic allhe
the t he seaside resorts round mbout bout are arethronged arethrongM Orehronged
to thronged t with wIththem them Many of the thevlslt thevlsltors visit visitors ¬
ors o rs have cottages either bbught bb ght or orrented orrented orented
rented r and many are are at the fashion fashionable tns fasdonble 1011 1011able ¬
able a ble hotels Pasadena Is the habita habitation habttaUon ¬
ion t of numerous others many fine finehomps finohorit fineiomps
homps horit t iomps s being occupied there by former formerSalt formerSalt for1nirSalt
Salt Lakers LakersIn LakersIn
In Los Angeles are Dr and Mrs lrsJ lrsJF J JF JF
F JMiilspaugh and Jlrcir h 1uir lr two daughters daughtersWinifred
Winifred and Helen Mrs rrs Ablel Ab 61 IL 1 Leon Leonard Leorard 0 0ard ¬
ard and her family amU Mr and andllrS Mrs S
T Godbe and their family Mr antI v
Mrs Lindsay Rogers Professqr and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Whiting Dr and Mrs Stanley
Hunter the Misses Efile and May
Hitch Miss Frances Ramsey Mr and
Mrs Fred Harris who are at the theLovejoy theLovejoy theLovejoy
Lovejoy Mr and Mrs lrs Wilbur Vllbux W V
Flagg at the Jevne house and many manyothers manyothers manyothor
others othersIn othersIn othorIn
In Pasadena are Mr and Mrs 21rs rs Gio Giovanni GloYnnl Gb Gbvanni ¬
vanni Lavagnino and theirJfanllly sbt sbttlod bt bttIed t ttJod
tIed in a a beautiful home on one of the themost themost
most fashionable streets Here too tooare tooare
are Mr and Mrs C H Parsons Mr Mrand Ir Irand Irand
and Mrs Bertrand Northand North < and their son
Mrs Anna Robbins and Mr and Mrs MrsJ
J a W V Clawson who are ar jiiftt ju tno ntar < Jeu en
tcrtajning trtaJnln Mrs Dana T Smith 3fnJth at 151 >
Gasip caGrande caGrandeAt Grande GJandcAt Tfe TfeAt
At LODE Beach a ace e MrsiTEJ rdl rs Wall Wallbeautifulcottage Walland Vallandhcr
andhcr and her family rh they y h haVe tTiken en a
beautifulcottage beautiful ottage next dgor to toe the
Hotel H ot l Julian ana aniltisore nathJJrttb tharQ JtljeJSsare re enter er fe1
taming Mrs DavidTarpd David avid f Targey Tar Yan and her
two daughters and aXyotihg ryou g son Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs A H Ft Tarbef Tarbe are rc here her lo located locnted located ¬
cated at th the Hotel Jullam llah while Mrs Irs
M 1L B Whitney Is at the Breakers Br k rS aqd
Mrs lIrsF F L Oswald and ber her ierdaUgtittfr d d Uslit Ujjilitr UjjilitrHazelare r
Hazerare Hazer are at thetJel the bel Mar Mn i Some oniioC > of fin io hV
best cottages are ureoocupI eccupled d byJ byJiol < < q < l
den Klmball Kix bal and family W C spenceand Spence Spenceand
and family Mrs Walter Jennings and andher andher andher
her children Mrs B Er S EUerbecfc EUetb and jpdier
her t ier daughters Edythe Ed U1c and Bob
Dean D > and d Mrs James B Eddie Ed4 and Jyl
Miss Naomi Felt Fe1tlhs MrsI Mrs H Hp HC C HoJT Hoffman
man and daughter Na1 Naomi > roi are at the
Hotol Julian Mrs W VVHHam HIlum ltcDetmott > McDermott McDermottasjustgone
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has I justgone just gone toMexico to Me co from ftomthu theutah th Ut Vtuh Vtuhcolony h hcolony
colony Mr and Mrs Adelbert Beesley Beesleyare
are at the Breakers and Mrs R Gv G
Wilson and MIssTompkins are located locatedat
at the Del Mar MarMrs Marfrs MarMrs
Mrs frs Ezra Thompson andher and her four fourchildren tour tourcbUdr Fourchildren
children cbUdr n have just left retr Ei Lg cg tf Beach Beachwhere Beachwhere Beachwhere
where they theYspent spent some weeks w ks f orAva fort forAvaon orAvalon A Ya Yalon
lon I on Cata CatalIna ina island IsI nd and are ar in Island
Villa for a stay stayboord boforo leaving l alng for
Portland At the thesamcr same resort r s srt rt In the thecottage th thcottage thecottage
cottage Ivernia are Mrand Mr and Mrs E L
Sheets formerly formerIof of this1 th1city city but noW now1of now nowor noWof
of San Francisco During the past pastwcek pastweek
t week among those who visited this rG rtsort rOsort
i sort were Mr lr and Mrs A A Fred Vey SVeyi
and daughter J Golden KlmQalland FCirnlall and
i family Miss Emma L Maddison Mrs
I Celia Reinhordt Miss Laura Lau Foster Foat Fosters ri
MrS A L Thomasson Miss R90da Rl da
i Kingsbury and Mrs A M Becketfor ecketformerly
j merly of Salt Lake LakeMr LakelIr LakeMr
Mr and Mrs Jajnes X Ferguson n are arewelcoming re rewelcomlng
welcoming their frienOe frlenU8Ot at Termlnal J 1ll1al imIjutlsland
island i wherethey where thej have atfidear n aTfid Ic1 1 horne h2Jnf
by the sea With them isMrs IS Mrs MrsCatii MrsCatiieron Cam Cameron Caiteron
eron Mrs Fergusons mother Mrs
Kenneth I < enneth C Kerr and her children will vI l
leave l eave today for home after aftera tter a 8 stay stq of ofsome ofsome ofsome
some months there and Mrs trS David Di tId
Keith has hasg gone down to totak9 otaft toko the the he cot ¬
tage for the remainder renu ndcr of the season season
Here too to are ar arafr Mr Ir and nd Mrs J JG G Jacobs Jacobsand Jacobsand Jacobsand
and daughter Marjorie ra Jorle and Mr and
Mrs C E Wantland WantI nd now n of o Denver Denverwho
j who are at Glencairn Inp They Th y will willremain willremain willremain
remain there till September and will willspend willspend willspend
spend the coming year y ar In Los Angeles
Miss Genevieve Avorill A is at San n DI DIego
i ego Mr and Mrs Bert Mackintosh
have just returned from a tour of the themore themore themore
more Important point pots A B Greeson r eson
1 is i s spending a few f w days da s in Los s Angeles
MrsThomas MrslTh Mrs Thomas mas Hbmer is Just home from I
there Mrs Milton Oglesby and herson hersbnand her ntt nttand
and daughters are at Pacific Grove Grov Grovand
and Mr andMrs and Mrs 0B Gi Gi E Perkins have
just j ust left fora visit with the Eddie fam ¬
ily n i ly at Long Lon Beach 3eCh caeh Mlrjam lfirJa andjAlar andIitr andIitrorie ndL1l
jorle jorJeBrpokS j orie Brpoks are spending spn inS the thesumtoer summer
with the S T Godbe family and the
Misses Caroline and Florence Harrison Harrisonno Harrisonsfio
sfio ho no have been guests at the Lavag
ritha rifn1home home wme haveJust left for forPort1 forPorUand forPorUanda Portland nd ndIrs
a 9 9jMrs
jMrs Irs G GAArge rge Y Wallace Wall ce and slpdth the theas theassoclate as assclnte ¬
sociate members of St St t Marks guild
held h ld a a meeting recently to complet compl t tnrrmgeDlents tarrangements
arrangements for the fromenade con
cart certanddan and dance e to be given gt gtv atRowland n atJRowl nd
hall I The Thedat date set is Thursday Aug
17 and the th affair Is to t be made one b e o of of
the most elaborate ever given givenat at the
hall
> j
Mrs Irs William Igleheart entertained ftf t
1 lako acs 0 party last lafitevening evening In honpr ofher of1
guest M Mtjs ItJs s Curimock of Kentucky and
Miss Lela LelbPo Lel Poster tor of St Jpseph JpsephHi Jpsc > h h1Ir
0 a Hi HiMr aMr
Mr and Mrs Charles PJatt passed
through t the cityyesterday on their way
from Los Angeles to Chicago where wherers
Mrs frs rs Platt will spend spqn l the th next ue t few fewCmonths fewmonths fev Si
months with her parents iutrdntsC r nts 4 7 7s
s a aMrs o 0loIrs
Mrs Fred Simon and an andher her sons nnd
daughter d ughter left Seattle last week for San
Francisco having decided to make that
their th theira lr homafqiij hOm qrthnfS > thprQse l1t tf t ttheir ti
a 44 Z i
I Ml a1 and lIrsJam Ira James Ch1Imari < < Irnl dntl
their daughters will be home tonight
from a si tour of the Pacific Pa Pacifichavlng Ific having left
Los Angeles An l s Sunday evenirtsV evenirtsVMrs evenlrtg1I1r eveniflgMrs
Mrs 1I1r W 15 Mundy undy has gone sancto to Las i
Vegas to join Mr Mundy for JJr a slfoK slfoKstay shblts slfbilStay
stay stayThe s StayThefolbowIsigi a
arxha
The rxha ThefolbowIsigi iollowing follo Ing > is from fromuHelena a Helena Iieltnpa Iieltnpaflfir pav pavpeo pa
ncr flfir Last VVednegday a a merry party part c cgithered
gathered g thered on Boulder B uh1er avenuewhere avenue Vh vhCre re cars carsmet car carmet t tmet
met them and they were taken to the thegiven i
Broadwuter where a plunge party w is isglven L Lgiven
given complimentary to Mrs M Mur Murphy Murphyand Murphy
phy phyand and Mrs W V Willis of Ogden Utah
< After Afte a dp > In the plunge ft Jtr basket basketluncheon lasketllnchoon I Iluncheon
luncheon was ser served ed on i n the lawn
The guests of the evening were Mrs
Murphy and Master Marty Murphy
Mrs Willis Miss Boorman Misses May Ma r rand
and and1IelcA8 Uelepa Stubbs Stub lj Miss Nellie Ross
Ifey l MIds Myrtle Abol Mlgses J fS Nellie Nellieuid Itcsllhithd QJUe
t uid Grace FlaVln Mrs Bulland BuhIniftVMste aiaster is isEdward
Edward Bull Mra Hancock H pock Mrs MrsBewis MrsDewl MrsIlewits
Bewis Mrs tnJlforse Morse and Miss Gladys S
Morse Mrs Monson Mrs Inr CostellO and ant I
Master M ster Murray Costello Mrs Rice
Mrs Sires Slre Sireund and nd aaughtersl aaughtc aughtes MrsCoflln MrsCofllnandMaster lIrsJCoft1nand Mrs Co1fli Co1fliaudMasiter
andMaster and Master FrankCoffinMtti Fr apk k omn Mes yt Reifen Reifenrath Reifenrath Rcsifsinrath
rath Mrs William Stafford and family
Mrs Andrew Stafford and family t m y Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs Brantnor ahd daughters daughtersMiss daUghtersit daughtersMiss
it itMiss
Miss Amy Anderson Taylqr returned returnedlast returnedlast returnelast
last night from Oregon whcfa she has hasbeen hasbe ha S Sbeen
been be n the lastfcqipweeks l aC veeks attending the thefair thefalr tb S Sfair
fair and visitingfriends at t LaGrande LaGrandeMr LuGr nde
4
Mr and Mrs Ir5A IrAdridn Adrian 1rl < n C Ellis ElUsand and their theIrparty theiparty r j jparty
party who left Juiy JuI JulfG 6 for or Yellowstone Yellowstoneparki Yellowstonepark S Spark
park returned Saturday after a camp campingtrip campIng camping ¬
ingtrip Ing trIp through the park Accom Accompanying Aceompanylng ccom ccompanylng ¬
panylng them th m are thQMisBes th Mh5 es Lejris Lc s and andGreen andGretm ant antGreen
Green of Kentucky Kentuckyyandsome and some others othersMr Pth pthersMr ers ersit
it itMr
Mr and Mrs G IxtVasmJno enter entertaineft ter tertatneU
taineft about thirty thltt of the former onn er and andPasadena am ampresentSalt nd 2
present presentSalt Salt Lwrs at their theirhorne borne In Inpnsat1ena Is a aPasahena I
Pasadena on the th afternoon aternoonot ofTJuy ot Ju Juliss July JulyMiss 2 2Miss
Miss Marguerite Eliers daughter of ofMr o f fMr
an Mrs Karl Ellerswa8 the host ho hotess hosttess >
tess last evening at a dinner dlnn r at 1th the theEmeryH61mes theEmeryHb1n1es C
EmeryH61mes lri in 1IIOnOr honor of her seventh seventhbirthdays seventhbirthdayJ seventibirthdaYs li Cli
birthdays birthdaysMrsJ birthdayJMrsA
4 C
MrsJ MrsA Mrs A M M5 Waldenhaa Wald fl1aS moxejl n1oxe1an and an la lanov lanow I Inow 8
now at home at 32 Fifth East street streetMra streeta
9 9Mrs a
Mrs David Evans vans andHer and l1 r daughters daughtersLuclle a datghterLucile hters htersLuelle S
Luclle and Irma will leave a bout Q ut Sep September S Stem Senteinber
tember tem ber 15 to join Mr Evans 1tf Qt Venice VeniceCal VeniceCal
Cal 1 They will rent a cottageyfbr cotta tor the theearly theearly tb tbearly
early autumn months and ytll 1l1 later laterbuild Jaterbulld latebuild
build a a1omQ home c cMlss <
J JMiss
Miss Jesslo Home Ho e returned returned yesterday est estrda estrdanoining day I
noining lnC from Newhouse se wheresbe where she has haQpent hat 5
JSpent pent the post Wr t Zirighst rJ alght Ig with WIt her ber1other he heZather 5t t
1other 1 g i Xv1 II II1ff1 iiand
> fOIMA fOIMAIrBj 1ff1 1ff1tr > >
IrBj tr J aul l1J NoJan 9f1 and nd1fIss M MisS ss May ay Nolan Nolanreturned lola lolatiirned
returned ± yesterday from Ocean an Par
where w here they have spent the be past few fewweeks feweeks
weeks w eeks eeksMisa
Jo it
Miss Grace Bettles is back from a ashort ashort ahort
short s sf stay sta in Newhouse with her herfather he heather
father fatberMrs f atherMrs
v vHi Hi HiMrs >
Mrs Peter Slmpkln and her children childrenhave childrenhae childrenave
have h ave a cottage at t Sahta Saht Monica for the thesummer thesummer theummer
summer summerMrs summerMrs s
sac sacMrs
Mrs Edwin F Holmes has as a aguest aguest auest
guest g uest this week Mrs Samuel Smith Smithwife SmithwIre Smith4e
v wife of the American consul at Mos Moscow Mosco1v Mosow ¬
cow co1v c ow
a fo foMiss a aMiss
Miss Laura Bransford left yesterday yesterda yesterdaor
for f or her h l Californiahome CnllromlahomeIIss California home homea
a a aMIss
Miss Kate Bench of Los Angeles An elcs is isvisiting isylslt1ng isisiting
visiting v with Mrs James A A Campbell CampbellF
a
F C Schramm gave a luncheon at atthe atthe atthe
the Alta club lub yesterday In honor of G GC GC GC
C Van Alstyne of New York Covers Coverswere Coverswere Coverswere
were laid for ten tenMiss
< < a 4 4Miss aMiss
Miss Edna Olcott of Denver is spend spending spendIng spendng ¬
ing i ng a few weeks In Salt Lake as the theguest theguest theguest
guest of Mrs E E Wallace and Mrs MrsE MrsL MrsE
E L Eno Enoj EnoMiss
j a
j I Miss Sigrid Miss 1lIssRennle Ronnie and Master MasterArthur MasterArthur ra8terArthur
Arthur Pedersen leave for Brighton Brightonthis BrlShtonthis Brightonthis
i this morning morningThis morningThis
a a a aThis
This evening a dance d nce will be given givenat givenat
at the Post by Mrs John Woodward Woodwardand Woodwardand
and Miss Katherine Judge in h honor of ofI ofMiss
I i Miss Eloise Sherman and Miss Stella StellaI StalinSalisbury
i I Salisbury SalisburyMrs
4 4Mrs
I Mrs W AV V Rlversi RtversM1ss Ilgs Irma Riv Rivers RivI Elyers ¬
I ers erst Mrs F C C Schopp and Miss Lora LoraSchoppe Lorai LoraSehoppe
i Schoppe will leave loa o during the week for forPortland fort forortland
Portland PortlandI t ortlandDr
I It ItDr
I
I Dr A c Ewing has returned from fromj tromi fromthe
j the Portland fair fa faSamuel f
i j V 1I 1ISamuel t 4M
j Samuel NewhougeisBtIll Nevbpue l < StI 1 in Denver DenverThe D DenverThe nver
The date datcot of his Homecoming is prob pxoblematlcal problomatlcnl probematical
lematlcal l c
11 9 9Miss 00 V VMIss
Miss Bessie Niles NU will wUlglve give a lunch luncheon luncheon luncheon ¬
eon at the Country club on Wednes Wednesdor Wednesd Wednesyv Wednsdrc
dor d
dorW
W A X Lee e has gone one on to Boise on oni I
i business
a a o oj aMr
Mr and MrsThomas Mrs T Zjsomas omM Murray of ofNebraska ofNebrskn 01Nebraska
j Nebraska were the th guests of Mr and andlIra andMrs
Mrs W W F Annosa last Saturday Mr
Murray is secretary of the t e Nebraska NebraskaBonkers NebrasksBpnkcrs cbra8ka cbra8kaBJlnkcrs
j Bonkers association They were on ontheir ontheir on ontheir
their way home from the Portland ex exj exposition exposition
j position positionMrs I IMrs
I 0 0Mrs
i Mrs O D Banlcs B nlcs and rtd her youngest youngesti youngestdaughter
i i daughter dau hter Orma left yesterday ye terdaj for forI fo foNew
i Now York City Cft They will rest until untilMr
I the end of August in Atlantic Cft City
N T Tllr
a s a aMr
Mr and Mrs Frank J Gustin and andvisit andtheir andtheir
their children leave Wednesday fOr a n nvisit
visit Islt to Kearney andjilncoln antl Elncoln Neb Mr
Gustin Gustlp will iil return r urnl1bout about AugT Aug Aug 15 15others The Theothers Theothers
others will remain absent aba t until Oct 1 IHI 1a 1Mrs 14j
4j a 0Mrs HI HIMps
Mrs Charles Morrison and daughter
Lucille returned yesterday yesterd y from Povo Povonfter Povonfter Povcnfter
nfter a weeks visit with Mr and Mrs
Joseph Dunn Dunn1ARRIAG5 unn unnMARRiA
MARRiA 1ARRIAG5 E LICENSES pCENSES812Edward LICENSES12Edward
812 812Edward 8 Edward B Brl lirIgs > lggs SS Salt S lt Lake
Isabel Weir Salt Lake
S13 813Edward 5 Edward P Kimball Salt Lake
Hazel H zel Young J oung Beatie Salt Lake
814 S 1 15Harry Harry Layne New York
Carrie Davis Salt Lake
815 815GR S ISGaspard Gaspard pard Gamm Butlervllle
Katherlne Steimle Butlervllle
S1G SlGL lGLmter Lester ter U Stutaman San Francisco
Emma R Toby Los Angeles
Si7 SpoHenry 8 Henry C Denhalter Salt Lake
Julia L Rosy Breckenridge Colo ColoMETEOROLOGICAL ColoII
4 4METEOROLO9RAL II IIN
METEOROLOGICAL N TE CLOJICA REPORT REPORTYesterdays REPORTesterdays POR
1 1Yesterdayrs
Yesterdays Record at t the Local Of Offlee oi oiflcd OffIc
flee fIc of f the Weather Bureau BureauMaximum BureaMaxJmum BureauMaximum
Maximum temperature in 8 decrees den rees in5n ncnrnum
i Imum rnum temperature 63 degrees d < grees mean tem temperature temPernture ternpeinture ¬
perature 76 degrees w which iich Is s 1 IfCTr tlege e le leov
IQJV l ov the normal normalaccnmJlated accnmjlatcd XPCSS csg of 1 1emperature
temperature t since sl ce 1st of month m nth 43 tie tlegroes
fcrpes accumul accumu accuxnub4eetcsns WdLexcsns a x m5 of temperature temperaturosince
since a Jan 1 1 1 298 degrees Total w TreClliita cll cl1Jltt > Ita Itacumulated
tiq t iqf from G p rn 196 Q 6 p m JI rc rccuglUJated
cumulated c co excess ot precipitation since l lI t tofmonth tot
ofmonth ot o month 09 inch accumulated d t tefliien tefliieneof ncicn fClricnO ncicneyof
eyof O preclpltntlon precJPltlPOf slj sItco lCe ce Jan 1 1 2 2 inch inchREAL Incf IncfREAL thchREAL
REAL ESTATE ESAt ESIATTRArSSFERS ESIATTRArSSFERSMary TRANSFERS TRANSFERSMary TR FERS FERSMary
Mary J Burton Bu BurtosYorancI1 on lbFrancisTate toFran l1S Tate
Dane section se 01 31 U township tow I J 1 north northrange JTth JTthrange rthrange
range 1 wesbiiav we8tJ ro lEOO
Costive H packman to Samuel Imuel
BJorklund iartrof lart liarJot ttJo Jotifi block 101 101plat 11vl 1ilplat
plat vl t A f 1 f 2 2isouth 2Joeph 2i 2iJoeph
Joeph A A JBrown1o Brown lo uh r B Bccc Bcccland
land In section dectioni IG ia tOwnship 1 1bouth
isouth range 3west 3 Wes 50001 50001John 5001 5001ohn j
John J ohn Beck to DecKs Dec s Salt cbmnany c mnaI1 mnaI1Jand
land in section sc < tJon 16 > t6wnshlp t wnshlp 1 1south 1G 1south
south range r 3 west 100003 100OtpRltchle
George G Saxton fon3 to g8 Nelson i n H
Ritchie land in section 23 town township township township ¬
ship 1 south range 1 east 1 1Alexander
Alexander Wltchcr to Frederick FrederickRumbach FrederickRumbach Frederickumbach
Rumbach land In I section 3 town township township T Ts111p
ship 1 south range 1 vest wOstRufus 1st jCCO CW CWRufus
Rufus Smith to toM M S Woolley >
lot 6 block 59 Plat 1 1t C 1100 1100J 1100JN 1lO 1lON
J JN N Smith to Fred L Evans El ns part partolot partOf Z Zof
of olot lot 3 block 24J 24 tplat plat F b FElizabeth 550 510Elizabeth
Elizabeth Ann Woolley otnl et a14 ex cxecutors oxecutors 4 4ecutors
ecutors to A A N Vogler part of offat ofQt oflOt
fat Qt 3 1 block 17 plat A 25Q 25QJames j50 j50James I IJames
James Cowan to Julius A Hauer Hauerbach Hauerb1ch Hauerbach
bach lot 2 section 31 township 1 1south 1outh 1mouth
south range 1 west westLoIlin 2550 2550Lollin w JO JOLoJUn
Lollin E Leonard to Harriet Levis Lcvisat Leviset t tGt
at al lot 6 block 1 SouthLawn 1XN 1XNJolumba 11Jolumba 1C 1CJolumba
Jolumba Golltzkt < to Leo co Golitzkl Golitzklvt
l > vt ts 5 r r G etc t v1n block lj S I Vest w Salt SaltLlke SaltLqke Ool OolLake
Lake addition additionColumba lSWH lSWHColumba l OO OOColumba
Columba Galitzki to Leo Le Gajitzki Gajitzkilot
lot 50 block 4 C C S Deskya I e kya Sec Second secoud c cond
ond addition RJp fQiBOOZE not notBOOZE j jBOOZE
BOOZE OR 01 O1 MEDICINE MEDICINEWhich MEDICINEWich
Which Wich will wi you have If I a woraa woman h suf suffering suffaring suffering ¬
fering from frmQub QUO of the delicate dclcate ailment ailmenteculiar almeu almeup9ular aIlment1pejullar i
p9ular pejullar eculiar to t your ser sex it will wn be well wel for fo folu
bii u to know kow that Dr Plerces Pierc Ierces s Favorltcp Iavorlt FavorlU
prescription 1 Pescripton is the ouly remedy remey advof5 advof5used avcr avcrscd advortisod
used scd for such maladies which is absov absovlately abs abso absoiitely
lately l l free frpm mal5ie intoxicatln jntxictin intoxIeatIng1iquors liquors and andall an analLother anealL
all alLother other harmful agents agent The quor good go you youfeer youfctl yo yof
feer fctl f ii from from its it use is n9t the delusive del usive ex exwHIch ethlieratloa
hlieratloa uiomptippbng beverage tron tronwhich o
hleraton f1OI < tjpplhl bcvcIgc on
wHIch the system reacts renct Into Int a worse Wor Worstcondition
condition conditon than before befor It may m y be a little Ito Itostbwcr ii
stbwcr in maniestng manlfcstthg it its brcing bracing ani aniinvigorating mm mmfnvigorntingncton
invigorating fnvigorntingncton action but its tt benefits bnc are araniohe aree art artirnhe
niohe e the less les positive positvo and best bet of all al allthey i itHey
tHey tley are lasting Its an honest honet medK medKcinernut medFclneuut mcdlcIflenut
cinernut clneuut a a a beverage beverageI bveae 4 4I >
I hare hDT61n been taking taldng your you medicine for the7 the7lnt tb tb11t tblwSt
lnt 11t three thn o weeks wcek and can ca say sn I am gaining gainingtrentrth gnlnIntnl galninstrength
trentrth I wt writes Mrs l1 Seneth Kinny of 605 605fJhavevlx 0 CO COst
tnl at st MdIsoxi dlsr Sot Mount Plcuaht Ploasatit Iowa
fJhavevlx Ibave bn been > n havine hDvIn havingverypoorheslttt very poor pr health hcn1h all al win winter wintr wintar ¬
tar tr I doctored dotor wlvb wlt our family faly doctor dotr but butwas butas bu buwas
was as relieved rleve only on IS while TI1o taking the medicine medicineI meicine
I took tk DC Dr Pierce Piere medicine several lveral years yearsago 3 rearago aN aNJ
ago I knew it was good god for any anyone one suffer sufferIng suffering
Ing Ig J wih with female trouble trub1e Have nvetaken taken only onlyone onlyone onl onlone
one bottle btte and am gaining gainng strength strenlth very veryfast ver vertest cry cryi
fast I could not eat nor n sleep when I began begantaking begatitaking
taking i tni the gl Favorite ra fo fon Prescription f Hearts Heartstroubled i Bear Beartroubled
tubled troubled me and I had cold and numb spells spl spelltill t ttill
till ti zny heart heat > vrould YO ld almost ltQI top op beating Oltlnl
Havo UQTO had one child since sinc tru flrac taking taklnl your youratn Youro you youujedicine
ujedicine o vel if I continue ni with your treatmen treatmenam ratUe ratUever
atn positive I will bo r cured Curedivery v vEvery >
Every ver suffering sutcrlpg woman In this land landshould landshould laneshould
should > write writ to Dr Pierce and learn lear how howcertainly howcrtainly boycertainly
certainly crtainly ho cdn can help her he to health and andstrength andwengUi ant antsength
strength It I costs co t nothing nothig to write wrt and andreceive andceive ant antreceive
receive receive ceive entirely enUrel free Cr the advice of ode of a atIip
thp most mos experienced physicians in thit thitcountr thl thlco thiCountrY
CountrY co un tI > His ls great reat thousandpage boolc1 boolc1the bool boolthe
the tte Common Cmmonons sense IVIediccl 1Mlcal Adviser Advl r In Instiff In8tt Ii Iistilt
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onecent oneent stamps the bare cost cst of mall maUh1Si malllng
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Address cures Dr R V PIere Pierce Bufalo Buffalo N Y 1These
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et PUb frt first put putt up b bv od gid Dr
ec 1 R V Plero Pierce over 40 ye yeTs r ago age
y i haTe been much muc imitated Imitte but butnever bUtRvcr bU bUsever
never equaled Theyre made of purely
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principles I extracted from native Americas Americasroots Americaroots
roots and Cp1 plants cti They Theyapeedily speedily U relieve I Icr nna nnacure an ancure
cure cr fouL torpid trid and deranged deraged Stomachs Stmacs
Livers LIer and Bowels and their attendant attndant di ditwpstul dlr ditresful
twpstul t sful ailments aIment One Uel or two a a laxative laxativetbrce laatve 5
three tre or four a cathartic catharticDont cathlrtc catharticDont
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Intelligence Intlgence by offering oferin his own remedy remed F
to you YOl instead in tad of this tlls wellknown welknown reme1 prep pre prearatbon
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In Effect May 21 1905 1905LEAVE 1905LEAVE 1905LEAVE
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY CITYo CITYKo
Ko o U for Ogden 1023 A A1f A AIo SS SSo
Io o 6 for forBearer Denver and Cast 850 850AM 850AMo A M MJ
10 o J 2 for i Denver Eee ana i East 550 50P P M Mo Mio
r io o 4 for Deliver and East 800 PM PMJo P 3 3io
r Jo 0 11 for Ogden and local polnts605 P P3 P3o 2 2No
N No 0 o 10 for Heber 2 > rovo and andMarysvale aDdMarysvale andMaryavale
Marysvale 800 A AL ALNo 3t 3tKo 3 3o
Ko o 8 for Provo and Eureka 5d 500 P PNo PM PMra M MNo
No n ra 8 for Ogden a and d West naO P PM PMo M MNTo K KNo1
NTo No1 o 1 for Ogden so aAd > O W West l4S P PM PMo 2s 2sKo M Mto
Ko t o 5 for Ogden and West 1035 A M MNo HNo 3io
No f io 102tor II for Park City 815AM 815AMNo 815A M MNo 3 3io
No t io 112 for Bingham 810 A M MNo L LNo Mo
No t o 114 for Bingham 300 P PL PLARRIVE P3ARRiVE 2C 2CARRIVE
ARRIVE SALT LAKE CITY CITYNo CITYNo CiTYNo
No 12 from Ogden and local localpoints localpoints
points pointsro s 950 9 A A 38 38No xNo
i No ro E from Denver and East 105A 1025 1O A ai aiNo MNo1 3o
No No1 o 1 from Denver and East 1SS P P1tL P1tLNo PMNo M MNo
No 8 from Denver and East UXTPM UXTPMNo UOOPLNo l100P 3 3io
No t io 9 from Heber Provo and andMarysvale andMar andtarysval
Marysvale Mar tarysvalNo 600 tS PM PMtb
No tb 8 from Ogden Og en and West 840 A A M Mo 3o
0 1 14 from Ogden 305 PL PLo P3 P3ie
l ie o 2 from Ogden and West 340 P PM PMo M Mo JL JLO
o 4 from Ogden and West 750 P PM PMo M MSo
10 t So 0 7 r from Eureka and Provo 1000 A A 2L 2Lo 3hfo
hfo o 101 from Park City 615 P PM Mfo M 3No
No > fo 0 113 from Bingham 1059 A A M MTo L
k0 To 0 115 from Bingham 540 5 P M MPEEZECT bLPERFECT 3PEBEECT
PERFECT DININ CAR CA SERVICE SEEVICEclualve SERVICEf
f All trains except Nos 1 to 6 6 InclusIve inclusive clualveSan
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EFFECTIVE EFFECTIVEDEPART MAY 1ST 1005 1005DEPART 1505DEPART
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No S For Stockton and Tintlc 7
Nfj o c n 745 m
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termedlate Points P Peis4s Peis4sIo ht htNo ° y P PNo m
No No 55 5frFor For Nephlrand Nephl and IntermelIJn Intermen30 n m
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lIirltrt 638
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No 56 56FroUl From ManU NophI and 130 l 3fl n m
Intermediate Points 3U P pm 11 11No
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Standard Stan td Pullman Service S rnce Dally Be Bewean ¬
tween wean Salt Lake Milford Caliente Las
Vegas and Los Angeles AngelesDirect AngolesDirect AngelesDirect
Direct Stage Connection for all Mining
Districts g In Southern ern Utah and Nevada Nevadaincluding NevadaCity NeVadaincluding
including l Bullfrog BullfrogCity BullfrogCity u
City Ticket Office No 17 W Second
South Street Telephones 188 188E 1JiitE iS C CE
E E W GILLETT GILLHSTTGeneral GILLETTGeneral GILLE GILLEGeneral
General Pasaeaeer Agent AgentJ
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District Di trict Passenger Agent AgentTime AgentTime nt ntI
I Time TaBIe TaBIeIH T Dre Dree
e t IH EFFECT EFFECTJUNE EFFECTJUNE EFFEQTJUNE
JUNE 1 1905 1905ARRIVE i905 i905ARRIVE 1905ARRrVZ
ARRIVE ARRIVENo >
No 4 4From From Ogden O den Chicago ChicagoCity CblcaEoOmaha ChicagoOmaha
Omaha St Lou Louts Kansas KansasCity 515
City and Denver 1 1Butte a
No SFrom Ogden Portland PortlandButte 830
Butte and San Francisco a m
S No No6From 6From From Ogden and Inter Intermediate ¬ 938
mediate points r a II
No 12 12From From Ogden Cache
Valley and intermediate intermediateipolnts Intermediatepoints
pOints ipolntsNo IIJ IIJpOints am amNo a in inNo
No S ZFrom From Ogden Chicago ChicagoSt
St Louis Kansas City
Omaha Denver and San SanFrancisco AC If
Francisco FranciscoNo 4 4 uu 111 P pm pmNo i JH JH7A inNo
No W HFrom Faonv Ogden Cache CacheValley CacheValley
Valley Butte Portland and andDEPART 140 7fl
San Francll300 Francll300DEPART IISJ P j m 111DEPART
DEPART DEPARTNo DEPARTNo5For DEPARTNo
No No5For 5 5For For Ogden Omaha OmahaChicago
Chicago Denver Kansas KansasCity 7A
City and nd St Loujs Lou s 110 IB 21 4 Dl Dltnan mNO7For
Ko NO7For 7 7For For Ogden Portland
Butte San Francisco and andin andintermedlate in intermedlate tnan
termedlate points pointsNo 1010 1 w 3U 0 a a H HNo iiiNo inNn
No l IFor For Ogden Omaha
Chicago Chlcagcg Denver Kansas
City t t Louis and San
140 p m in2o J JNo
No 11 llFor For Ogden Cache Val VaXley J1B
410 n ra
ley Y and intermediate t te teKansas points w P P II IIN 11No
No N 3 3For For Ogden Denver
Kansas City Omaha St StLouis 6ft 05
Louis and Chicago t p m mNO9For
No NO9For 9 9For For Ogden Cache Val ¬
ley BUtte Helena Portland PortlandSan PortltndSan
San Francisco and Inter
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T T M s SCHUMACHER SCHUMACHERTraffic
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City Ticket Office 361 l Main Street StreetTelephone
Telephone 25 25Note 51 51NoteThe s sNoteThe
Note NoteThe The train numbers shown above aboveare aboveare aboveare
are Oregon Short Line train numbers and anddo anddo
do hot sot apply to the Southern Pacific westor westof west westof
of Ogden or 0 the Union Pacific ea eaa eaathereot east eastthereof t tthereof
thereof thereoft thereotttTH thereofTHE
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t Salt aIt Lake and Ogden Railway RailwaySimon RailwaySimon RailwaySimon
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Time Table in Effect May 30 1905 1905LEAVE 1905LEAVE 1905LEAVE
LEAVE SALT ir LAKE
630 5 11a 11 a m 2 4 6 8 p m mLEAVB xnLEAVE mLKAVE
LEAVE LAGOON LAGOON3t
7 73 3t W a a m 12 13m m 3 fi i t T 9 1 1118 M p m mBxtra nLExtra inExtra
Extra trains on SWHI Sundays s and HolWays HolWaysLeave H
Leave L ave Salt Lake 3 aDd 5 p p m Ll LlllTt LlllTtLaoon v vLagoon
Lagoon 4 and 6 p m mSTEAMSHIPS mSTEAMSHIPS xisSTEAMSHIPS
STEAMSHIPS STEAMSHIPSTRANSATLANTIQUE STEAMSHIPSCO STEAMSHIPSCOFAil
CO COFAil PAGHIE G ri BALE BALETRANSATLANTIQU SALETRANSATLANTIQU
TRANSATLANTIQU TRANSATLANTIQUEFrench TRANSATLANTIQUurench E EFrench
French Line New New York to Paris Six Days DaysSailings DaaSaWn8 D57Safflflg5
Sailings Every Tb6r ThbdRY dRr at t 10 a a m mLa mLa fl flLa
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Augr10 Au iug > 1D Xa LorraJneSept 7 7La TLa 7La
La HretagUBAuc 17 La Bretagne BretagneLa BretagtleLa EretsaneLa
La SavoieAug Savole Aug 24 S S1a1 S1a1New Sept pu W WNew IiNew
New modern gigantic twinscrew twlDerewexpress afid afidexpress ala alaexpress
express ateamera naval officers offte rs ma maofWHr mJUl mJUlotwar maZiofwar
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