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THE SALT LAKE HERALD WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9 1905 19O t
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V t apere > aro contlnue4 untl explicit explIcitJ e3pIICItrcched
> t J f received rtc ied to discontinue All ar ara art
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THE THE CAMPAIGN GOES ON ONlitre ONnleort
litre > is i 11 no strengthening 8trength nlng of the 1 he de deif deor
if o or 11 the ti newspapers new8papers and and people who whorpo whopo
rpo po < d j the granting of t the utah Light Lightr
r Railway H hvay companys companys franchise e exten cxteni extenJon
i Jon on The campaign of o abuge and in inictive inth
ictive t th tise e and vllllflcatlOh vllltfi atIongo gOtfs gO s on Not Nota
a single argument worthy ottliehas ofthe nalne nalnehas 1 1ne 1nehas
has been advanced 1by by the opposition oppositionIts
Its mcmbers have confined o ntred themselves themselvest them elve elvet
t false statements and to to the rearing rearing9r
9r p absurd bogies bogiesIr
Ir return for an anavorage average extension oC oCMsht orIght ofbight
bight years fars the city gots cheaper lIghtalcaper lights lightsiieaper
iieaper street oar rides valuable wa wafcrr warI watI
fcrr rI and power rights absolutely and andin andtll andiLl
tll iLl in assurance of an abundance of water wateror
or use when the dry season of 1906 1906s
s Upon us and forever afterwards afterwardsfho
fho hJ h members of the opposition say that thatill thatI
ill I this counts for nothing that the thety they
ty y has surrendered to the company companyil
il 1 the rights of the public that the thef thefmpany thempany
f mpany can rob and pilfer and plun plunlrr pI plunr un unr
lrr r ran an live up to the terms of Its Itsiramhiso Itsramhlso itsaiuhlso
iramhiso or not as It pleases Welltheore Well Wella
a there anything in the franchise that thatrevents thattvents
revents the city from establishing an anrtric anCtric azictrIc L
Ctric light plant of its own ownI owncontemporary
I < contemporary says the comPany companysJ com Bnys Bnys1ter I
J > ater and power sites could have been beenjtalned beenJtalnEd beectaIned L
> jtalned by easy condemnation It Itorgets Itorgets IIorgets
orgets intentionally xye vo f rear ar that the thet thEI
t legislature explicitly refused to toa toa tca I
a law ma makingsit in lt possible osslble to con conrim conr
r rim power and water rights But ButVrro ButJnf Bulr L
Vrro r is small oroftt nro t in paying atten attenion atlenIon attenzoTi
ion to the campaign of misrepreaenta misrepreaentaori ml representa representaon
ori the Ui Adullamltes are carrying on onf
f ti f ill not bftjabteto be babLe ab to convince one onepartial oneIpttal m
partial vttal observer ob ecvar that thit the city and andV andt an I
V t i company lUpany liave not enterefl into Intora a ara aora L
ora ra < t that is 4 advantageous to the theV theW thec s
V
Wr W c havent ha nt muoh hope that the light lightfrr Ugbtft lighier t
< frr ft penetrate the Ull optuiue sub subk subthat subthat
k u that In some people appears to tot toiit t tAitN
t iuty iit afe a brains but we dobelieve dobelieveT d do < > > elleve ellevewhose
T whose good opinion Is worth worthL 1
L t ri r t 5 ill willingly oonoade oOno oncLo debeore before six sixr C
1 r > M t have passed d that the council counciLi I
1 as Li into well wellHE wellF wellfrHE
GD GDHE
F frHE HE AUERBACH OUTING OUTINGV OUTINGfeasant OUTINGpeasant
V peasant demonstration demon tnLtlon of tJ the theu5 lino linoi
I i 1110119 IJIS u5 that can exist between betwe em emand ema emaud
and a u employed emploYOdWf1 waB given yes yesday yesdy
day when the Auerbk A1iti1ikh teibiteh h establteh establtehentertained e tib1t i1 i1aterlalned
> entertained erta1ned Its entire force and andr an anr I
I r friends at Saltetr As AnI IB eue euev < < N
I v t < ri r i The Herald force was remem rememr rem em emr
r T vith ith tickets for the occasion occasionirking occa occaSIontktrg lon lonk
irking k rg the cordial feeling that has hasv hasmaintained ha S Striaintained
> v maintained for many years be ben
j r n > < 11 J the two institutions
1 tlv t th it thickly populated centers and andif am amgreat I
if l great mereufttiks concerns of thei the theciiies 1 1elLies
= ciiies i lies the men and women women who whooit
oit 01 for wage wa ages eas ar are too often oft < m regarded regardedi regard regardrntre 1
i mcre mt machines machln whose personal com comrt cornrt
> rt 1 is no concern of the owner The Thef Th C Cf
f b naM result is a lack of sympathy sympathyl
3 l Ia1ty > > alty which go far toward mak makB
B t5 or marring the e success of the bust busiPS buslIn
PS s In yesterdays celebration these theser tbeset8 the thetcs C
r tors of f personal human interest interestfcnors Interestulorg Interesror
fcnors ror the employees in the establish estnblishncrt estnbUshTHrt establishPArt
PArt for ihich hich they work were mark marklr markd
d lr l n evidence and showed that the theTf theri tb tbr e
Tf ri r of the t i1 employer for his employees employeese
e if only for or business buslne e reasons reasonsiJ reasonsIJ
iJ In this fuse it has the added value valuea valu valuC C
c 3mnine fn rnune ne desire to promote the com comrt comt
rt t arI a at l happine of those who con coniiU eonl
1 > iiU HC w so largely to the permanence permanencekid perm nence nence1d C Cid
kid 1d prosperity of the business businessFortunately businfSF1rtunately businessFwtunately
Fortunately for Salt Lake Lakq such cases casesthf casesthp S Sth
thf th rule rather than the excep excepo
0 so that it may be said wfth entire entireath entire1th C
ath that no city in the country countr shows showst S
t ifi i a better understanding between between2j a ahi
2j l Lai and labor laborTHE laborTH laborTHE
THE TH THE E HANKOW HAN KOW CONCESSION CONCESSIONBj CONCESSIONfPEcIal
Bj special invitation though with withr with1Ivrt wiC wiCr h
r r n fTTort at secrecy J Pierpont Mor MoraTi Morji1d
aTi 1 paid a visit to the president pre Ident at atc atr a t
td J
> > c r Bay on Monday It is said saidt sal d
t tup t lJP object o ject of the conference was wasi wasI1H va va1s5 5
i cuss I1H the Hankow railroad conces concesiUh conce7vhidl eonceaiic
7vhidl aiic iUh Ii is reputed tote to be owned al ali
i e E airily by Mr Morgan and some someJV somer sorn e
sornf
JV Tt C iluu 1 assoellat Ktxfg Leopold of orJdm c f
1 i Jdm iim ia Is al alo O interested and there thererc tiser tiserri S
r
rc J thr hr L r European stockholders stockholdersThe tock olders oldersrh
The rh Chinese governtndrtt wants to toui toIl t tLt 0
ui K thf tl1 oncesslon < and although t1thou h only onlyty onlyI on y
I ty miles of road between Canton CantonJuvl CantolI yi i
Juvl 11 H lLwkow iikow have hebeen been built the Chi Ch Chortr I
11 ortr 7000010 for it This Is 4 t tH
Li H Kite Tt of 298383per 231313 233 per mile which wlIchllrgtl1ass 1
3 firstcIass price for the tke cost oo t of ofsot otO C f
sot O or < iTUi tr ru t ion 1W did not exceed exce d a a tenth tenth of ofjb ordt C f
jb iht dt t flaii > re However tha ho price Is t not notl nota is t
l > n J r 1 f fr < < r the completed compl ted line alone alonejut alonetAt 0
jut tAt fur U1 tht entire concession concee ton which whichded Is Isto
r r dcd to be very ValuaWfe ValuaWfesomf ftltdtteiomp
somf omc of the American stockholders stockholdersi 3
stocltholderir 3ir
it i orditfg ur ltg to the tttspath dtSpa t11 fifftni ft m Oystftr Oystftri OYS Q QL ir
L > i > want lilt to sell The Biropeans Biropeansknc E rop ropQaTb ans ansTlC g 5r 5riiit
knc 14iu TlC s 1 them RIng Leopold are re vary varyi ytary vex y
i L jus JLA to hold on Whey iiey say llaJtblit llaJtblitt y inat inatt tt
t in 1111 under an aggressive aggr 9lve American AmericanravigTript Antericanr Lfl
ravigTript r < H S ment operated in conjunction conjunctioni eonj nctJon nctJonr a >
Hh > i American A T frican vessels would have SM SMpiiieristly an1Ieri a 21
r
piiieristly 1Ieri ly stimulating effect on the theav thea ii I
av a f of ofA American goods in ChIna Just Justhy Justc1Jr Jui it t
I hy our European friends should be beo 1 1i 0 C
o 01 j i xious to develop the theortign forHsn tead tli i g gti
ti 1 t > if UnitedStates is not made ex exictjy e ei r
i ictjy < 1Y clear yvearc We are inclinedto Inc1ined to suspect suepo suepoJ st
J
the th e presence of a a colored person be bene beeath
I neath ne n eath th the cordwood Qordwood c rdwood Itis a new thing thingfor thlnglor thingor
nf
f for or Europe to further furtherAinerlean American trade trade1he trade3he
The truth probably is as China sus susx smioets
p pects x > ectf that the European interests will willeventually w111eYentually willventually
eventually e secure control of the conces concession concession concesian ¬
sion s ian It they have not already done so 50tor
for f or tho purpose of turning It over to toRuwia
Hnssla R ussia China it will tie rememborad rememboradgladl
gladly gladl g granted the concession to Amer AmerIcan
lean l ean capitalists when it would have havebeen
bean b een Impossible Jmpo ible for any Europeans to toI
I secure s it IL Other European concessions concessionsIncluding concefslbnsInCludIn conceasl ns
Including InCludIn I one granted to King Leopold Leopoldhave LQOPod LQOPodhuve
have h ave found their way Into Russian Russianhands
j hands handsIt handsIt h ands
It was not until after the Chinese ChinesemInister Chineseminister
T minister of railways learned of King KingLeopolds Kingf
f Leopolds L s Wterest 4 terest in the American nterI arr coni conipany conipany corn
pany p arry that he made thd offer to pur purchase purchnse
chase c As the prospect for American Americantrade Am rlcan rlcantrade
trade t in China owing to the boycott b03cottIn
i in I n existence against goods made in this thisoountry thisountry
country o is not of the brightest it itmight itmIght
might be a a good Idea to let the con concesaion concesJlon
cesaion c go back to China at the favor favorable faorable
able a ble prlctToffered For it must beborJf8 be
borwa b orne In mind China can declare the theeODQ6SSIon
concession c forfeited if she ohoos Choos s to totake totalte toake
take t thebiillbjr th thdbull bullb b the horns hornsIMMIGRATION hornsIMMIGRATION hornsMMIGRATION
IMMIGRATION J MMIGRATION FIGURES FIGURESFigures FIGURESFigures FIGURESFigures
Figures on Immigration v during d rIng the thelast thelast
last l fiscal year have just been given givenout givenuut
out tit and they show that tho popular popularity popularity ¬
ity i ty of tliis country is rapidly increas increasing increasing increasng ¬
ing i ng Especially is it growing in Aus AustrlafiCtyigariv AUstrIan
trlafiCtyigariv trIan t riaungary ngan Ifor for for more than one onefoucth onetoueth oneourth
foucth f of the unprecodantod unprecOdt1ntu4 total of ofimmigrunts ofimmlgrtU1ts ofmmigrants
immigrunts i came from that empire1 empire1Tl empire empireTh crnpirTb
Tl flgujjeg ltgu W3 e are ar aelO272lfor 1027 102124 421 for the total totalof totalat totalf
of o f which number 275603 came from fromAustriaHungary tromAustrIaHung fromAustriaHungary
AustriaHungary r Not since 1808 has hasthe hastbe
the total immigration Immigr tion approximated approximatedthe
the t he figures given above and 1903 fell fellshort fenshort felihort
ts
short s of 1906 by nearly 200000 200000Nor 200000Nor OOOOONor
Nor has thereever there ever been such a large largenumber largenumber
number n from one one I country count though Ger Germany Germany Germany ¬
many registered J a bigger bigg r proportion of ofthe oCthe ofhe
the t he total in 1882 1S In that tl11 year out outof outof outof
of 788922 Immigrants380630 Immigrants MO630 060 or nearly nearlyonethird noarlYonethlrd nearlyoneth1rd
onethird came came from the Vaterland VaterlandThis VaterlanThfs VaterlandThis
This immigration ImmIgr tidn business seems to be bea beJQrt
a port of fevor that strikes different differentcountries ditrer differentountries nt ntcountrIes
countries c at different times It is well wellthat w wl1that Jl Jlthat
that this Is true for or if the epidemic epidemicraged epidemicraged epidemicraged
raged throughout Europe at the same sametime samlltime sametime
time there wouldnt woul9t be enough e 1o gh room roomin roomIn roomn
in i n America for Americans For ex example c cample cxmple
ample a from 1SSO to 1S86 Inclusive 1044
658 6 53 Germans came me to this country to tomake tomake tomake
make their homes homesThen hODfcs hODfcsThen honesThen
Then the tidd swept over over Italy and andduring anddurIng andduring
during the period of 190005 1059902 1059902citizens 1G 10990icitizens 990n 990ncitizens
citizens of ot sunny sunriy Italy cast their lot lotWith lotWith lotW4th
With us Us s ThIthe same fameporl parlod perIodIJlic J ffie t1 c peO peOpie Pe PepIe peOplc
pie of AustriaHungary gave us almost almostas
as many the total being 1059086 The Thegreatest Thegreatest Thegreatest
greatest number of Italians in any n ny one oneyear oneyear oneyear
year was vas 2 2lO 20G22 0 022 2 in 1nJ901t 1nJ901tNor 1908 1908Nor 11108Nor
Nor is the Immigration that is now nowHooding nowflooding nowflooding
flooding us of a desirable character characterThis characterThis charactenThis
This 4s demonstrated by the theifacl fact that thatthe thattho thatthe
the inspectors are sending more mor back b haeItheir k kto
to their Qwn country in proportion to tothe tethe
the numbor of arrivals arr val than th n ever ever be before berore before ¬
fore Ahd the th movement for the thestrengtlienInp thestrengthenIng
strengthening of our immigration laws lawsIs lasIs la laIs
Is growing stronger every day It Is Isnot Isnot i inot
not unlikely that congress congress at Its next nextsession nextsessIon nexisession
session will be practically praC prat1c c lIy for forced ed to totake tc tctake
take some action along this line lineRUSSIAN lInef lIneRUSSIAN lineRUSSIAN
f
RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT GOVERNMENTPLANS GOVERNMENTPLANSThat PLANS PLANSThat PLANSThat
That national representation or the thegiving theI j jgfring
giving to the people of a voice in the theconduct th thEconduct e econd
I conduct cond ct of the government is not a anow anow x3 L Lnew
now departure is the proposition 1 laid laiddown I ld lddown I I Idown
down by a high Russian official whodiscu whcdiscussed who whodiscussed
discussed discu cd the th approaching approaching popular as assembly assombly s ¬
sombly the other day day Aocorflingi oa < > r Ir i fo fothis o othis
this official the assembly is a legacy legacyfrom legacyfrom legac3from r
from Russian history In other days daysthe daymthe I Ithe
the people have had their say sa but butin butin L LIn
in the experiment now about to be betried betrIed S Stried
tried they are to be given a wider widerrange widerrange widerrange
range than ever Said the official officialIt
It ie II the Imperial will that this con ¬
dILlon should be given permanency and am
established in the form of a council com ¬
posed p 9C two elements elementsthe the first of men 1
in the th service rvictt of the state appointed by b3 T
the g government namely Jlamel the praeent praeentcouncil IJr ent t tcouncil
council < of the empire and the second of o r
worthy representatives selected 5elect d by the th
people Both elements are Intended to tl t be b
on an equal footing The second base is Ir
the consultative character cJ arltetcr of the partici ¬
pation of representatives re r lJntativos of the people 3
in the solving of national problems the th i
emperors em rors wish wl b being to provide a adeUb delib ¬
erative and anI not a legislative body
uAs As a third It may be said that It is Ir 5
not the aim tm to drag the country into pet ¬
ty ty politics such as are seen in in western westernnations westernDation westernations
nations but to call it to participate in jr i
the difficult but remunerative labor of na ha ¬
tional legislation only The practical practicalcharacter practicalcharacter 1 1character
character of the future assembly is one oneof oneof on S Sof
of the tb most important features and the themotto themotto thi r rmotto
motto of the framers Not a reform but butreform butreform bu t treforms
reform ia recognized rec reconimedFiLe nlzed
The object of the present deliberations deliberationsat S Sat
at Peterhof Isfto 1to equalize the powers of o f
the two component comnent parts and it is more mor a
than probable that this inequality will be berectified berecllnd b S Srectified
rectified Certain rules of procedure in Ii a
the assembly R8IIemblymuat must be revised in order
to secure efficiency and political sound sotindness 8o soundness ndl ndlnellH
ness Among others it is proposed to tomake to1n t 0 0make
1n make ke the president of the Douma elective e
instead In tead of appointive and to obviate much muchof muchoC mud mudof
of the th red tape hampering the Introduc ¬
tion of bills in the house and unwieldy unwieldymeth unwieldymethttda unwield unwieldmsetheds
methttda meth 4 of interpellatingministers These G
have been the stitojeat s bjeet of criticism at tt t Pc Pctcrhef Pcterhot Pctsrht
tcrhef The nature of f the suffrage too
is one of the main reasons why wh the pro ¬
ject j t is again being revised at Peterhof PeterhofIf
If the plans here outlined are carried carriediout 1 1out I Iout
iout out Russia Avill still be a long wayrTOm wa way wayfrom V Vfrom
from popular government goenm nt but she shewIl shewIlhave will willhave wIlllHLVe
have made madea a great stride forward forwardIt
It is isgre greatly gresbtly Uy to be be hoped that the there th e ereal
real re l estate men of Portsmouth are areawake areawake ar e eawake
awake to their opportunity If they theydont theydont the thedont
dont convince M II Witte Baron aron Kern Korinura Komura Kernura
ura and some other distinguished so sojourners sojourners sojourners
journers that they ought to become per permanent permanent perznanent ¬
manent residents they ought to get out outof outof ou oucb
of cb the real estate business businessA
t
A man who claimed that he had a aplap a aplan I Iplan
plan fo fOF brInging aboutpeace about peace oa e between betweenRussia betweenRus betweeRus
Russia Rus ia and japan has been sent to toan t tan
an insaneasylum Insane asylum In X Nov vYork York Ap ApParentl
i parently oiily oI 1y presidents can c h afford such suchluxuries suchluxurIltS sue sueluxuries h
luxuries luxurIltSCblonOl <
S
Colonel Bryan rya In his Commoner CommonerAVnls Commonerhnts Commonefftnts r
AVnls hnts to know 1C th9 tn loss o o4hat < ihat 20000 20000retainer 20000r 200 200reta1nr
retainer r talnQr jvJh > viil remind Sen4tpt Senl SenatDepeW SenatDepeWa DepeV De Po W of ofa r ra
I a funny story Well Ven many other peo people peoJile pec7mb
ple 7mb are having fun un rout ot ofit It itAn
5 5s
An s increase of only 82 Is Isnole4 noted In Inthe I n nthe
the school census oemnisfor for iqps 1i5 asi as compare compared Omporedwith U Uwith
with 1904 Evideritly EvIdert1 some of i the hler hlerrchs bierareks
archs are are not doing their U Ir duty dutyMr d ty
t i I IMr
Mr Rockefeller says We should all alltry alltry a at17 11
try to show the bet side Yes and let letFoxy letFoxY It jt jtFoxy
Foxy John get away with it Well Webwe j jwe
we guess uess not notIhasbeen I
4 4b
lrrljphasbeen b Ihasbeen a been fouir foulror WforlleYears or iflve flveyears years since sluc slucTQrt
TQ TQrt LaVsQn tJKJ 1J bmg Into DrIpt rIpt We re fear fears fam famsorn
sometiflngifasd s sorn tnethnSl1tis h fpenOO ttt1irtft
1
9 9
1 J i Society ociety 1 1The
The marriage marriageot of Miss Jessie Jes e G GSmith Gmith J
g Smith S and Harry Shipler took place pllcelast placeast
1 last ast evening at the borne of the brides bridesparents brid brtd5arents s sparents
j parents p arents the Rev T W Pinkerton PIn rt l1 per performing performing perorming >
pf
f forming the ceremony ceremonyOn Only y the th fami families fanilies farriies ¬
1 lies ies of the two young peraons were werepresent wereresent verepresent
I present p resent to witness the th event vent which whichwas whichwas whichas
was w as followed by a wedding supper The Thehouse Thehouse Theouse
house h ouse was decorated with sweet peas peasand peasand
8 and a nd golden glow IoY the Jailor Tilling the thehall theail I Ihall
hall h ail and pink and White fragrant frigrantweet rJsrantsweet
s sweet peas pea adding to tt t the other thor looms loomsThe ioomsThe
The bride wore ore a a gown of oreani tiepe tiepede Ctepcde emepce
de d e Paris with irlnlnissd tr tnlS of liberty libertysatin llbertysatin libertyatin
satin s and carried carre a t showy 8110 sliosVm of pure purewhite lureowhite purehite
white W hite carnation Mr imI nn Mrs Ship Shipcr
ler I It cr will go to Denvrr and points of in interest 111t mrest ¬
t terest rest in the mountains r10tmbnstor for the weadIng wed weding
c ding d ing trip tripMrs trIpMrs
S ft 5 5Mrs
Mrs Thomas Davis entertained ent ltained at atsmall
a small luncheon nt theCountry the Gpuntry < Zountrlclb club c1tbesterday I I
yesterday y in honor hb1 > r of MisStella MIsS tell te1It Sails SnIlsbury Sxtiisury
bury b jury Covers ware laid for ten the I
lg i long ong table hen be XiSed U ed bright with witholden j
i golden g olden glow The friends to met Miss MissSalisbUry Missalisbury
Salisbury S were Miss MisaLIlUan Lillian Wood W Wdward < M Mward
ward Miss Laura Sherman Miss MissCatherine Missatherine Mis8Katherine
Catherine Judge Mrs Chares > 8 Honro Honroin H Hcnrcin Ilr Ilrtin
tin t in Mrs George K Fisher Mrs Irs Union UnionVolthington UnionWorthington
Worthington and Mrs G t H Jameroou JamclrouCo
a Co e eCards a aCarus
Cards have beau received by friends rJi friendsn nd3 nd3In
In i n this city announcing the mar rmrriagc rmrriagcf last lastOf ja jaor
Of o f Miss Lottio Jackson formerly wrn erly of ofthis ofhis If Ifthis
this t his city tp t Ludwi Thompson The Thewe Thewedding
wedding we dln took place in Ann Arbor ArborWednesday lbor lborWedu
Wedu Wednesday S oy Aug 2and and th the young ung pea peapIe pCOie
pIe p > le will bt b at noine n mo after n r Sept ept 1 1 at atVeiser atWelser
Weiser Idaho IdaboCAptah1
55 55CaptaIn
Captain SamuelVi Samuel V Ham and his hisgueat hisguest hisguest
guest 1ItQnrffi MfrQuTnlByfVnrTJe nrD Back aclc from froma from
a trip through Nevada tomorrow tomorrowMrs tomorrow11ra tomorrowS
S S 0 5 5Mrs
Mrs Harry S Knight and Mrs l rs E C roP8rsons
Parsons will entertain the members of oftheir ofheir
heir t graduating class at a luncheon luncheontoday luncheonoday
today t at the Commercial club in com cornpliment
pliment to Miss Grace S Zorbaugh Zorbaugha
a a o aColonel i iColonel IColonel
Colonel E A Wall will leave iae the
l last of the present week to Join Mrs 1l 1lVall MrmValI t
Wall and the family for a a brief rest at atLong atLong I ILong
Long Beach BeachMr BeachIr
S 5 5Mr
Mr Ir and Mrs John McChrystal and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their children will leave for a trip to toPortland i iPortland
Portland and the Sound country Miss MIssFrance1IcChrystal j
Frances France1IcChrystal McChrystal Will m remain in Inchool i ischool
school s in Menlo 11enlop1rkfor parkrf jiarkrforthe or the winter winterS i
S a aMrs t
Mrs H H Lawson will leave Saturday Sat Saturday i
urday with her two sOns for Idaho to tospend j
spend tho rest of the summer summerThe summerThe I l I
The regular midweek luncheon at atthe j
the Country club will be b served to1 to tod Ii Iithe
days d 1 the prospects being that a great greatnumber i inumber
number of the mmbera will enjoy the themidday themidday I I
midday meal there tbereit
it itMr S SMr i
Mr and Mrs H S Ensign who re 1
cently returned from Japan and Sirs MrsJ Irs IrsJ
J D Owen are spending a few f w weks wpkswIth wekswith i
with their sister Mrs George D Py Pyper Pyper
per at Silver Lake L ke
j jMrs
5 5Mrs tI s
MrsA Mrs A C Webb of Iowa City Iowa IowaacQompanled J
accompanied ac m panied by her 1 1 er granddaughter Is istho j I
thii guest of Mfc M adpiMrs a Mrs Elmer B BJones BJones
Jones for a slflrt tfritet n1e
2 4 1 1iIrs
Mrs 2Mrs Samuel V Ifam 1 1ri thn i < wUl lll leave early earlynext earlynext arl I
next week for a visit with her mother motherin
in Indiana IndianaMrs i
S i ii
Mrs Irs F W Hayt of Park City Cll will willbe willbe willbe
be in the city today on her way home homeCrom homefrom j
from Portland where wl le aim was the theguest theguest theguest
guest of Mr and airs trs Stephen St p an T 1 Rose RoseColonel RoseS RoseCblOnel
S 55 55Cblonel < t
CblOnel B R C Lockwood and son Ben BenLoekAVOod BenLockwood BenLockwood
Lockwood are xpcotcd h hirne me today todaytrom todayfrom
from their military camp in Strawberry Strawberryvalle Strawberryvalley
valley valleyMrs valle
5 5lIrs 5 5Mrs
Mrs A C Ewing wjllbe will be home to today today today
day from San Francisco where she shehas shehas shehas
has been visiting since her return returnfrOm returnfrOm
from Portland PortlandMrs
55 Io Iorrs a
Mrs rrs M 1 M Johnson will be home to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow
morrow from a visit of some Orne two twomonths twomonths twomonths
months with friends in the east eastMr easttI
tI 0 0and it itIr
Mr Ir and Mrs W T R Wallace are areh6me arehiinle rc rch1
h6me h1 > rrte rtrtlmtt frffirf ir Ifta a visit Isit to toand Ihe 1h QrBftwSst QrBftwSstand rlh t tand
and Alaska returning by way of San SanFrancisco
Francisco FranciscoMrs FranciscoMm
t y r 3
0 S MrsLP Mrs Mm L Lv P KIinMil leases aVes today fOr lOrLos tOrLos fOrLos
Los Angeles over the Salt Lake route routeto routetD routetD
tD be joIlooatLas joinad at Las Vegas V gas by y Mr MrKim MrKimball JKim JKimball
ball ballMr a a a aMr
Mr 11 and Mrs Charles L Rood R od aroln arolnPark rirolnPark rG n nPark
Park City visiting Mr and Mrs Jo Joseph Joseph Soseph
seph Stowe Sto
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Mrs M II H Friebel is spending the thesummer thesummer thesummer
summer in Portland Oregon with withfriends withfriends withfriends
friends a a a aWarren
Warren Mangum has returnedifrom returnedifroma retur a rom roma 1
a a stay staYOf Of some me time in California CalIf CalifOrrtlaa rIlIa
a a a 0 ij j
Mr and Mrs Jack Alford and andtheir andtheir
their theIrsmaU small son spent Sunday SundayIn 4n Provo I j
visiting the Bachman family familyf ainIlyMrs I
a e a aMrs f
xMrs Mrs H G Brockman and daughter
Queenie QpeenIe will be back from Portland Portlandshortly Portlandshortly
shortly shortlyClark shortlyClark
5 5Clark
Clark L Whitney returned from fromSilver fromSilvertJake fromSilver 1
Silver SilvertJake JLake Lake luosjJa Tuosayis u l Ijs s t Whitneyand Whitney
and cnlId ITh Will m r rdth1 mfm untIl ntif Monday Mondaynext
next
0 it itMiss 5Miss
Miss Dixie Pike wa wasthe was the hostess yes yesterday yosterday yesterday ¬
terday at an afternoon affair given givenIn
In honor of Miss Blanch Tate of ofTooele ofFooele ofTooele
Tooele and Miss Hazel Tuckfield of ofLos ofLos ofLos
Los Angeles The afternoon wasPftssed was waspassed waspassed
passed in conversation and a guessing guessinggame guessinggame guessinggame
game was played in which prizes were werewbn werewbn werewbn
wbn by Lillian Sawyer of Grand
Junction and Irene Armstrong After Aftersome Artersome Aftersome
some informal music a buffet supper supperwas supperwas supperwas
was served servedJ
05 05S
J D Owen Owenreturned returned home from r9m Sll Sllvar StlVOl 511vor
var Lake Tuesday TuesdayDr Tuedaya
a a aDr
Dr E E Keoler and s1ster Miss MissKeeler MissKeeler lUssKeeler
Keeler will leave eave this morning for fora foratwo a atwo atwo
two weeks visit in Pprtland Ppr PprVand land San Fran Francisco FrancISco Franclco ¬
cisco and Los AngelesJ AugelqhMARRIAGE + AngelesJr AngelesJMARRIAGE ngel ngelMARRIAGE
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848 848Dcnnisott Dennison E IHnrris Harris Colonla Col nla Juarez JuareziSIonlez
iSIonlez Thurber Colonia Thurber
843 gt1C C S Waddcll Salt Lake LakeTennle LakeJenale
Jennie Johnson Salt Lake LakeFrancis Lake8iOFranc1s
8 OFrancts Francis B Vard Mill Crock
May E Christensen Big Cottonwood
S51 8510 O E Overson St Johns Ariz
Lillian Sorenson Salt Lake LakeMay LakeIt Lakeiiui
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OF OFTIIEORIENT OFTIIEORIENTMay THE OlUENT OlUENTMay
May bo bedailyenloyed daily cnoyed in ina Ina S Sof
a cup of delicious delicioustea deLicjog deLicjog4we J JI
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f ij employees their usual weekly eekly outing outingClosing oltingClosing outing1osng
Closing Oitt Out Our Entire EntireStock EntireSto EntireSthk
S Stock Sto k of Summer Sam1 1er Suits at atK atI atK
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L This assortment comprise compr sct wash shirtwaist s suits all allof allof allof
k I I of which are the theery very latesti expressions of simple yet yetcharming yetcharming yetcharming
4 charming style Included Iclud d in inMhc ith lot ot id i the famous Waldorf WalI Wal Waldorf ¬
j V I dorf suit suitwell well tailored and and thoroughly up to todnte date These Thesesuits Thesesuits I Isuits
suits run in price up to 750 Special Spe int price 205 205Tho 295Tho 29iI
3 I Tho seasons leading leadin g shades are shown s1iQ 1l and all the popu popular popuJar popumr ¬
H Jar fabrics fabricsLot fnbricsI a aI aLot
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W j IS This showing is a very handsome one on onewasli wash shirtwaist shirtwaistsuits shirtwaistsuits shirtwaistsuits
suits in cotton voiles chanibrays and dimities Those suits suitshave suitshnvc suitsii
c ii have retailed at 075 67 750 il ff5 and 975 Stylish be becoming becoming ¬
< J 5 < coming possessing possessi 1g the th lines which wh ch insure PiSUre gracefulfit gracefulfitLot graceful fit fitLot fitLot 1
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B You will be muoh interested d in this display of f shirt shirtwaist shirtwaist shirtW1 ¬
W J fl W1 waist suits and drosses drQSscsfigured figured lawns white and colored coloredliuojis coloredlinons colored41IW
41IW linens and JTranoh chambray suits Any All one of these suits suitsis suitsis I Iis
is sure to please the woman who prides herself in dressing dressingneatly dressinglleat dressingnetly
< neatly lleat y and stylishly Each suit s it has that rare touch of ofstyle ofst offljJ
n 1i fljJ style st lc that gracef graceful l fit fito tso 30 much mu h appreciated approciatedimbuillg imbuing the thewearer theweurer thewearer
W I wearer with the pleasant satisfaction satisfncti n of being well dressed dressedLot dressedLot
v 6 J L tj Lot 4 4850 850 to 1850for 675 675Here 6 625Hero 75 75Here
Here we will find the jaunty white coat suits in duck duckand du duckand k kand
and union linen reflecting the leading ideas of style The Theentire TheMI rheentire
I MI j entire stock of theso suits will be sold These suits are the thowork tl1 tl1work I
fl I1 iM work of the highestpriced
H designers After you have seen seentlv seenth seent1rit
V tlv t1rit ir r good style the
I smart designs S the neat work upon uponthorn uponthorn uponthem
11 thorn wo are willing to trust to your yo r judgmentfor judgment for such suchsuits suchsuits suchsuits
v suits are worth every cent of the regular prices pricesLot pricesLot pricesLot
i Lot 5HALF HALF PRICES PRICESTho
Tho remainder of our summer sU llmer stock including incl incldingSum incldingSumDiet ding Sum Summer Summe ¬
Diet me Gowns ShirtWaist Suits S its and Coat Suits SuitsIn SuitsIn I II
I In this lot are linen shirtwaist suits embroidered embroic1 red and andplain andplain andriitti
i riitti plain These are to be found in white h te and colors fancy fancygowns faneygowns fancygowns
gowns and a few linen coat suits f
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J A Famous Shop in the Carrollton Hotel
Baltimore Maryland MarylandThe Marylandthe Mnrylandrrhe
The barber shop in the Carrollton CarroUtonhotel hotel
i Baltimore sterilizes st r1lizes everything it uses In
tho th6shop t shop The sterilizing Is done by heat
< The he towels the razors the strops the
j soap s ss oap the combs and brushes arc all
sterilized s before being used pn a custo custorngr eustomar custonr
i mar m nr Where there is no sterilization
1 have the barber use Newbros Herplcide
i It I t kills the dandruff germ and It is an anantiseptic annllaeptic anantiSeptic
antiseptic for the scalp and for the face faceafter taceafter
after a fter shaving All leadingbarbers leading barbers every ¬
where appreciate these potent facts factsabout factsabout
about Herpicide and they use it De Destroy DestrQy ¬
i stroy s trQy the cause you remove tho effect
Sold by leading druggists Send lOc in instamps inRtamps
stamps s for sample to The Herpicide Co
Detroit Mich MichTHE MichT MichTHE
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121 EAST THIRD S01TH SOUTHCompletely S01THCompletely S01THCompletely
Completely refurnlsbed and newly newt dec decorated d dCcorated c corated ¬
orated AV111 VUl be reopened as a firstclasa
family hotel on Sept 1 under the man management management mannagement ¬
agement of Mrs J D La Forgee ForgeeSALT ForgeeSALr
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SALT LAKE LAKEBoarding LAKEoUE6IA LAKEOEEtIATE
oUE6IA OEEtIATE IE INSTITUTE INSTITUTEBoardinJ
Boarding and day school Pleas Pleasant Pleasant Pleasant ¬
ant home life Small classes and andclose andc1os andclose
close c1os attention to each pupil Pre Prepares Prepares Propares ¬
pares for the best be t colleges Good Goodmusic Goodmusic Goodmusic
music department Cost very mod moderate moderatE mccicrate ¬
erate erateCATALOGUE eratEC CATALOGUE C A T OGUE AND FURTHER
INFORMATION ON APPLICA ¬
TION TIONDenver TIONDenver l10NDtnver
Denver Kansas City
HOW QUICKLY YOU OU NOTICE NOTICETOElSCUS NOTICETORISCUS
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of the regular lensTheir lens IcnsoTheir leaseTheir
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date appearance Is i one oC tho fea features featuroS features ¬
tures turesOculist turesOculist turoSOculist
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reduced re uc d with pure boiled water takes takesthe tnkesthe
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for coal getting It put away now nowwhen nowwhen nowwhen
when the streets are good and the thecoal thecoal thecoal
coal Is i3dlY dry How Is your bin binBAMBERGER binBAMBERGE
BAMBERGER BAMBERGER1st
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HERBINE acts directly cJY En on the Liver It will curb CONSTIPA CONSTIPAweary CONSTIPATIQN CONSTIPATION
TIQN DYSPEPSIA l1ALAPJA AND CHILLS Iso entirely free freefrom freefrom
from all poisonous mineral substances and is composed sol solely ly of ofLIFEGIVING
I LIFEGIVING HERBS Especially adapted for weak and weary wearyconstitutions wearyconstitutions
I constitutions strengthens the weakened glands and organs o s it checks checksall checksall
I all derangements deran ements or or the human body bodyCURED bodyCURED
CURED HER SICK HEADACHE HEADACHEMrs
Mrs Josie Cameron Gentralia Avenue Temple TempleTexas TemplTexas TempleTexas
Texas writes I find nd HERBINE gives me quick quickrelief quickrelief
relief and take pleasure in recommending it to all allwomen allwomen
women who suffer from sick headache headacheWITHIN headacheI U UWITHIN
I WITHIN THE REACH OF O ALL ALLFifty ALLFifty
Fifty ifty Cents A Bottle Avoid All Snhstitctea Snhstitcteaimu I
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TARIfF TARIfFCigar L LS
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A ideeni lOcent cigar cIgar S that we can sell for 5 5cents 5cents 5cents I
cents now that the duty on Cuban tobacco tobaccohas tobaccohas tobaccohas
has been reduced reducedIf >
If you were walking along the Prado in inthe inthe inthe
the City of o Havana Hav na this minute you youcouldnt youcouldnt youcouldntbuya
couldnt couldntbuya buy bUYa a cigar of more more delicate yet yetpositive yetposltive
positive aroma nor one more genuinely
Cuban in leaf le f and form than Stickneys StickneysNew Stick eys eys4S
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Every trace trace fra of harshness is removed in the curing of the theleaf th thleaf theleaf
leaf tobacco that thatis is made up into these New NewTariff Tariff cigars cigarsThey cigarsThey cigarsThey
They have a distinct and characteristic frag fragrancebut fragr A Arance
rance rancebut r but not the slightest vestage of a aftang ftang tang
They are arethe the product of modem methods methodsfrom methodsfrom methodsfrom
from the selection of the leaf all through throughthe throughthe
the sorting storing blending and curing curingprocesses curingpzocess f fprocesses S
processes to the inspection of the finished finishedCigars finishedC
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830 p mj m in Observation Drawing Room Cars Diner with Service Servicea
a La Carte Tourist Car and Free Reclining Ohair Car CarLOW CarLOW CarLOW
LOW EXCURSION RATES TO LOS LOSANGELES LOSANGELESPbones ANGELES ANGELESPhones i iPhon
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17 17Vest West West2iid 2nd South Dist Pass Agt AgtL
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Some people pe ple get accustomed to todrinking todrinking todrinking
drinking bad coffee coff e and dont dontknow dontknow J Jknow
know what good coffee tastes tasteslike tasteslike tasteslike
like
Leysons s Coffee Haoniue Haoniuemakes Maohinmakes xIaohtaemakes
makes only good ooffee Ask Askone Askone Askone
one who has used the machine machinePhone machine machinePhone machinePhone
Phone 65 either phone for forthe for forthe forthe
the correct time timemamm
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of FURNISHING GOODS GOODSRAILROADS GOODSc
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4 DEP DPARTMINTS ARTMJlNTS ARTMJlNTSVe S SWe
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CURRENT TIME TABLE TABLEIn
In Effect May 21 1905 1905LEAVE 1905LEAVE 1905LEAVE
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY CITYo
11 for Ogden 1025 A Ao
iw o I for Denver and East S 850 O A M Me
10 r fo 0 2 for Denver and East 350 P M Ko Uo
N Jo o 4 tor Denver and East 800 PM PMc
c 11 for Ogden and local polnts605 P M Mo Uto J
r to o 10 for Heber E rovo ovo and aniMaryavale an andMaryavale 1 1OI
Maryavale e SrfiO AM AMNo A U Ufo
No l fo OI 8 for Provo and d Eureka rei L 509 to P PM PMo It M
No f 0 S for O Ogden den and W West st 1110 UI0PMe P M MNo Ido
No N 01 o 1 for Ogden ftivd Westl4 West 145 P Po M MNo MSOo
No o 5 for Ogden gden and West 1036 A M MNa Idr0 Me MeNo
Na r0 102 for Park City 8aS A M MNo Me MeNo 31o
No N Nt o 112 for Bingham SttO A M 31o t tNo
No t o 114 for Bingham 800 PM PMARRIVE p PMARRIVE
ARRIVE SALT LAKE CITY CITYKo CITYNo CITYo
Ko t o IS i from Ogden and local localpoints localPoints localpoints
points 9 9J9 A A1IL A1ILo 3t 3tNo Uo
No o E I from Denver and East 1025 1O A M MNo 31o
No 0 1 from Denver and East Ea t 136 P M 31Z t to
No o Z from Denver and East 1103 P PM PMNo M MNo
No 0 9 from Heber Provo and andMarysvala andIar andMarysvaie
Marysvala Iar sv lfl 600 PM PMKo P3LNo P 31 31o
Ko o t from Ogden and West 8 544 > W A AY AYNo M MNo UNo
No 14 from Ogden 2K P PIoL PIoLNo2 PMNo M MNo
No2 No 2 from Ogden and West 340 P PM PMo K KNo
No o 4 from Ogden and West 750 P PM PMNo1 PMio M MNo
No No1 r io 7 7 from Eureka and Provo 1000 1 00 A M MNo MNo 31No
rt No 181 from Park City 515 P PM PMo M MNo L LNo
No o 113 from BIngham 1050 A M MPEEEECT HFErrcT 314o
t 4o 115 from Bingham 540 PM PMPERFECT
PEEEECT FErrcT DINING G CAR ii SEEVICE SEEVICEAll f fAll
All trains except exc Nos 1 to 6 Inclusive Inclusivet
It op t intermediate It points
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EFFECTIVE MAY 1ST 1505DEPART 1505 1rOGDEPART
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From Oregon Short Line Lin Depot DepotSalt DepotSa1t DepotSalt
Salt Lake City CityNo CityN CityIlri cityo
No N o Ilri 57 57For For o Stockton and TlntlcTlt TlntlcTltDistrict TIntic 745 7
District DistrictNo a aNo m mNo
No BS i3Fr F6r Provo Mereur MereurNo Mereurl MercurManti
Manti and points on Sanpate 8 I
Valley l a m mNty
No Nty Lynn LynnNo 51 51For For Provo Kephl I and Jtinl 5OOp 51J C JUJ JUJICo m mN
ICo N l 1For For Los Angeles c and In C5n A
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Ko N 55 55For For KepM and intermeI12n i
dlate iaI Points grn T intermefla 1IOU 1130 n p pm pmARRIVE fflARRIVE ffl 111ARRIVE m
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No N 52 SFrom From Lynn L Provo and andIntermediate QCl
Intermediate nt Points BJr J3VH J 950 a 4 m lU lUXp mNfnt inNo
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intermediate e eM Points i il I30p I m mNo IIINo
No M MFrom From iJeplU Provo Prov a aad asi4Jfl dcn
Intermediate IntermedIatePoints Points olnts 34 540 tiue P UiNo Ui RINo
No K 58From From Tintie District and r
Nf Intermediate tm Points AflfY 600p ° u P n J m mStandard 111Standard m
Standard Pullman Service Dally Be B Bween ¬
tween t ween Salt Lake MIlford Calleate CaJle te L Las a
Vegas and Los Angeles AngeleDirect AngelesDirect AngelesDirect
Direct Stage Connection for all Mining
Districts In Southern Utah and lid Nevada
Including 1 nciudtn Bullfroff BullfroffCity BuilfmiwCity
City Ticket OCClee No It W Second
South Street Telephones TelephonesE 11 11K
Telertotrs E K W Vr GILLBTT d GILLBTTGeneral BTT BTTGeneral
General Passenger r Agent AgentJ gent gentT
J T L MOORB MOORBDistrict MOORBDistrict MOORlDistrict
District Passenger Agent AgantTime A AgentTime QnL
1 I Time Time1H Ta TabTI TabTIIII 1e 1eIN
1H EFFECT EFFECTJUNE EFFEGTJUN1
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JUNE 1 1905 1905ARRIVE 19031ARR 1905Rrv
ARRIVE ARRIVEKo ARR ARRNo4From Rrv RrvNo
Ko No4From 4 4Prom From Ogden Chicago ChlcasovtoVlB
Omaha vtoVlB Ct St Lou Louts I Kansas T rt 515 5 J
City and Denver DenverButte a
No8From No SFrom Ogden Portland 830
Butte and San Francisco a
No No6From 6 6From From Ogden and Inter Intermediate ¬ 439 93
mediate points pointsNo a H HII45
No 12 12From From Ogden Cache
Valley and intermediate intermediatepoints J Intermediatepoints
points 1 r II45 L2 a GJ 1iJN
No N 2 zFront r From Ogden O Chicago ChicagoSt hl
f fOmaha
St t Louis Kansas City
Omaha Denver and San SanFrancisco j4
Francisco FranciscoNo Francis o 445 45 1e 1eNo pirn P nr nrNo
No 10 1OFtom Faom om Ogden Cache CacheVane CacheValley
Vane Butte Portland and andSan 7j
1Ut 1UtS1U
San Francisco o ranclsco POI POIDEPART P 11 11DEPART
DEPART DEPARTi DEPARTNo5For
No No5For 5 5For For Osden Omaka Olllhagrt OmahaChkago
Chloago grt grta City a and d St sp Denver Louis LouisNo r Kanaas ICasseasCity 719 a a an 11No
No 7 7For For Ogden Portland PortlandButte PortlandButtE PortlandButte
Butte San Francisco Frand co and la 1 intormediate
tormediate points pointsNn 1050 8 m mNn
Nn < n 1 1For For Ogden Omaha OmahaChlcngo
Chicago Denver Kansas KansasNo Kansat
t ai 140pm 140pmNo I4Op in inNo
No IJ HFor For Ogden Cache Val 4IU ilt iltley
ley and intermediate points pointso pointsNo 4IYp 1 P 11
No o 3 3F6r F6r F r Ogden Denver DenverLouis DenverKansas DenverKansas
Kansas City Omaha St e5
Louis and Chicago ChicagoNo Cbteagr Pm S
No 3 9For For Ogden Caehe Val Valley ¬
Nfy atrJ atrJIat S
Icy Butte re Helena fI a Portland PortlandSon PertlandSan
Son Francisco r o and Inter
mediate Iat points f llrJnnm 1l45p II P PT II IITM 1 1T
T TM M SCHUMACHER SCHUMACHERD SCHUlLACHERTrat1a
S Traffic Manager ManagerD
D E BURLEY BURLETG
G P T A A
D Bi B SPENCER SPENCERA
A G P i iCity D A A
City Ticket Office 291 l Main Street StreetTelephone SlreetToIvhone StreetTelephone
Telephone 250 250Note b bNoteThe 250NoteTbe
Note NoteThe Th train numbers shown above abovqar boveaT
ar Oregon Short Line train numbers and andot andd
d snot not apply to tha he Southern Pacltt westot West
ot Ogden or 0 the Union Pacific cut cutthereof eastthereof ut utthereat
thereof thereofSalt thereatUIHf thereofTHE
UIHf THE IlGOON ROAD ROADSalt A
Salt Lake and Ogden Railway RailwaySimon RailwaySImon RailwaySimon
Simon Bamborger Pres and Gon Mgr MgrA
A D Pierson Gen Pass Tkt AgtTime Agt AgLTime 1 1I
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Time Table In Effect May 30 1905 1905LEAVES 1905LEAV t
LEAVES LEA LEAV VIE SALT LAKE LAXE63fOilam i or 1
630 63fOilam S n a m 2 4 407spm 407spmLEVE I G 7S 7 S p m InLEAVE
LEAVE 1A 1 AJOON EflOONlOarn
720 10 lOarn a m 12 iSm m 3t Z791e3Opm Z791e3OpmExtra t 5 7 9 1130 p m mLeavo mExtra
Extra trains on Sundays and HQlida Holidays HolidaysLeave s sIenvo
Leave Salt Lake 3 and 5 j p > m Ibtfav IbtfavLagoon a aLaoon
Lagoon 4 and C p m
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