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C I THE TUISALTLAKE SALT LAKE HERALD MONDAY MWDAXOIVBEit OCTOBKK 10 1905J 1JO 1905
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THE T TII SALT LAKE LAK HERALD HERALDPublished nfRAlDPublished I1RAIDPubltshed
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TOO T ° ° MUCH THOMPSON THOMPSONVery THOMPSONVery THOMPSONVery
Very few people Know that during duringEjsrft durln durlnEssra dur1n1srt
Ejsrft ThomjBKHtTa Thornrstotrsmanagemettt management ot the thefityVaffaira thedtynttairs thetttyaffra
fityVaffaira be softl outright outrJ ht 133860 133860orUt 133860 133860worth 133S60wortit
worth orUt Of protrty PfO tW belonging to the city citybecftpM elUlJecll ctt3becji
becji becftpM H h he q n0id d Qd < td the th money to pay paypen ex expenses e epenseL ¬
penses pen Allowing for 7X000 iOO l which was wasuied wdaulled w a aused
used to o build a jail and nd crematory and andl andlay anday
l lay > ay a judgment jUdg eDt against the city tint thai
i etnaining 1000 000 KK i I chargeable directly directlyto rllrcetJto
to the extravagance of f the adminislra administration a <
ttoa which manifested Itself Its itt in useless uselesssalaries UHlealtu1Q uIe uIea1arIoe
salaries 5 and tool management gen gentrally gentraU genralJy ¬
trally trallyHere traU traUHere ralJyHere
Here Ss the official offlct officlatrecord record record ot property propertysold proportysold propUrtysold
sold Rrid amount realized reallz ul < during the thelaat thelut thelast
last throe years 6a 8 of Thompson in city of office offt efflee ¬
flee ficeJly ft fleeJuly
ftJuly
July Jttl lot lots i hi iitlate r slats 1ta A C C
D K IL V F und u c1 JCj Ifl316 IC 447386 447386Tetal 4T36 4T36Total
Total roefpt from fromIME su suJt g
iwt IMEApril 47i 47iApril t
April Wfe 1 balance on lot lothloek letIOk 5 5bloek
bloek a If plat A 911 91fay
May fay lOOt SHU hI wla GxixMtloH GxixMtloHwiuar EX11CtJftfOIl8luare 1xpct4tIofts4ltIre
wiuar 41 11900 1 1Total amount amountpsid ount ountud
psid ud for Han 16001 2 OOI OOIrosI
Total rol 1 receipt from froml fromJtie wilM 111 >
1M8 l 25 t tJune tJIII
June JIII 1W INS iale Ie akl city hall hallrenter haUttler hailtorner
renter tornerflhIr ttler11ildry 4l6i 4l6iSundry
Sundry flhIr receipt from real realAngiwu Teallate es eslate
late latei NIJ NIJ1I
Angiwu 1I i 1let t J8W U sale aI ot part of ofbtosk ofbro ofbr0
btosk bro MC lInt A ATAtal 3200B 3200BT 1AAfRtal
T fRtal tal receipts from sales salesIftt sal sall salFotaI
Iftt 1 GQ6M GQ6MTutai GOoleJutal
Tutai rweipu from 4JI 4JIr eity eityrJ Ity Ityra4
ra4 r Igtte t lt fales ItiS during duringthe durtngthe Urtfl Urtflthe
the ThompuoH II ompiH > H admlnis admlnistratioiw a adnilnitrtionsi mlnls mlnlstratJou
tratioiw trtionsifly JB8SW JB8SWBy
By reeolutton of the city council May Mayil la3 la3I I
il I 101 the proceeds procte roceed from sale of o real realtstate realtstate realistate
tstate op odt opderd < tar rtdmnde d made were ere to be placed placedto
to credit of Jail and Crematory CrematoryFund Crtfma CrmatorY CrmatorYFurd Qr Qrliundi
Fund fheee buildings were w te paid fOlalii for foras fora
as a follows Crematory C in 1902 190 12 12H8M 12fH6St l ltFItL1
H8M Jjill J n Including heating hcaUn plant plantiu I Iill
iu 3901 9O Jt776llS Another ftoth l memo memolandum memoI memoI
1 landum states that 52171433 31T14 lj14 from pro proreeds proeds i ilE
reeds lE ed eds of sale of JSxoositlon E aitlon square squarevua squ8eWatl squarewa
vua wa used to pay Jft old judgment in edee edeeof cti eeot e I Iof
of Smith vs v Salt Lake City Clt known knownas kn u I IitS
as > Parleys canyon conduit con uIt ca caThe case caiteThe I IThe
The net result of Thompsons two twoterms twoterlM twolevm
terms of oflice was as an addition of 250 250t00
000 to the bonded debt for water which whichtha whichtho whichth
tha th city lty never got and the sale of oft33ooo ofIS300O
153000 worth of real estate which was wasnut wasiUt 1S 1SIJut
nut on the market at a sacrifice saerlfi o in inorder inorder Inorder
order to save Thompson tho th necessity necessityof nC tetty tettyOt iJfilb iJfilbof
of raising ral rfllU lnS the Ut tax limit and exposing exposingthe exposlnthe
the fact that he hehadane hehad had spent t more more money moneythan mone monethan moneythati
than was who or neQQs neqetny neqetnyIt any anyIf EroIt
It Thompson were again entrusted entrustedith entrustedwith
with ith botttrol trol qf Qftho the citys finances in including i ieludfng iLIIZdfng ¬
cluding the expenditure of t the money moneyriaed moneyralMd moneyratid
riaed for th the new water system It is isfair isfah isfair
fair to o aseuinpi aatni that he would duplicate duplicatethe dupllcalcthe
1 the performance of 15M1904 1 except excepthat excepttl1al eccpthatIts
hat hatIts he would have no more real estate estateto
to soil 1I because it has all or practically practicallyill pracU 11Y 11Yan
ill beau wiped isMid out of the citys clt3 aseet aseetColumn a aetuol Ht0hlllln >
Column ColumnAN uol titirn titirn1ifl
AN plain 1ifl sttnent t6nent of the figures ought oughtti
t ti convince any tax taxpayer pay or that Salt SaltLake SaltLake SeitLake
Lake has alrdY had too much muchpRISON muuhnaomPMOn muchThoinpeon
naomPMOn ThoinpeonPRISON naomPMOnpRISON
JAMSON I ICQtCreuman
pRISON FOR FO WILLIAMSON WILLIAMSONC WILLIAMSONCuttgreasnian
C CQtCreuman > t reaaman J X WHllameoft ol olOregon o oJrecon ofO1eg
O1eg Oregon fl hiu hi tw fouwl 1 that the wy wt of the thet Utetan thetrangrsor
t rantsrtsw tan r is hard The testbnony testbnonyAdduced teatbnonyndduced teatimonytddueed
Adduced at athli bis n last l t trial convinced the thejury theJUl theiuty
jury JUl that he was q rullty of particlpa particlpai
i L j1 i the lh kind nd fs1LUda ra ds in that Kate The ThemUate TbteoncuTrett Th ThitiU
mUate itiU concurred In ntbe the verdict of the thaiUiy theP theettry
iUiy P and nd yeetereay Williamson was waseitenced w wentcnced waetCflCOd
> eitenced to aerre ten months in prison prisonma prIentd n nI
ma I lid to par a s of sii MI The aoeom aoeomi aoeomiJf aceomdieeg
iJf i lioetf of tbe eoncreaeman were ere also alsosentenced alsonteft aioenteed
sentenced nteft l to serve terms in prison and andThere andp nd
0 paJ paJTh p sea seaThere
There Th can be but little regret re ret outside outsideut
ut WlWamsdns IWa family and his circle of oflose ofIoe
lose 108 personal friends over his hI con conlc conlct convickm vie viei
i t ion and aDCIUMr there can It be little lttU doubt as asa
i u the justness of the punishment punishmentrneaswwd punishmentlnealMlNd punishment1I54p5IJ
rneaswwd eut 4 t to him He was w fairly fairlyuifcd faStI faStIt fairlyttied
uifcd t I i d he bad
every oprxjrtunlty te dem demH1strRte dentnstrate j jnstrate
nstrate > his innocence tnn Politics did not notfnter notntez I
fnter ntez into his h case He wa was convicted convictedbecause c cnv1ctdbeaq Jetld JetldhClutie
because beaq he deserred to be convicted convictedIt
It to 1 possible ble to sympathize with a aTnan atIIftft a ainn
inn who does a criminal act when he hea
I a driven to it by y necessity ntcellJilt er when his hiamoral hlfJmoral hismoral
moral perception is so blunted that it Is Ishard islia1dto Ishard
lia1dto hard for him ta distinguish between betweenright belweenjgbt betweenght
right ght and w wreag wren But there can be HQ HQsympathy nli3mpolky nqsympathy
sympathy generally speaking for the therlminal therlmlnal therim1naI
rlminal who bo havin ltavlllK every Incentive Incentiveto lncontIvto
to live honorably hO Dty ovary opportunity opportunityfor
for knowing 1Dowt g the Ut right course from the thewronff thewroDt thewrong
wrong co eou1H enurs r < still take the crooked crookedpath arookttpaUl ecookdpath
path pathXo paUlXo pathNo
Xo demonstration datUot tntion of the fact that thatmoney tbatmon thatmottoy
money mon and position JoO IUon cannot always bo bodepended bodeped4 bedepended
depended upon UJO to save the guilty in inthis Intht inthis
this tht country waa we needed The T1 c cues es of ofMitchell orlftohell ofMitohell
Mitchell of Oregon Burton of Kansas KansasOaynor Kansaslaynar Kansasaynor
Oaynor aynor and Greene of Georgia and andothers andothers andothers
others that might be mentioned all allserve aUterve allserve
serve to demonstrate this fact And it itit Itl Itin
it l a healthy hut tIy sign for this country countr when whenThe whenthe whenthe
The guilty iIIty are punished regardless of ofheir otheir ofiieit
heir station in life lifeHERE Utet UteWHERE
4 4WHERE t
WHERE HERE SALT LAKE BENEFITS BENEFITSWith BENEFITSWith BENEFITSWith
With the ultimate completion of the thenew thetlew therIc
new rIc smelter being eln erected by the theAmerican themerfcan themsroan
American msroan Smelting Refining com company compan cornpuny ¬
puny pan this thi valley will be bp tho largest largestInsle largoatifn largestiIpgIe
ifn Insle le smelting > center in the he world < and andBinshaiw andBlnl1m apdBtpIiazn
Binshaiw will 11l takeraitk take 1fln1t at theheado theheadothe the head ot ottho ofthocopperproduelngcttmpa
the thocopperproduelngcttmpa copperproducing ouinps The transi transition trans translion trasstLion ¬
lion ot tho Old Reliable camp from fromplacer fromilacer 170m 170mlatei
placer latei to quarts and from silverlead silverleadto
t to copper ore baM 1 htt been 90 remarkable remarkableand remarkabland
and its latter development n thas has hasforarl gone gonefoH e efor
foH for forarl ani with v ilh suiii IiU nuithaV l astou dj u a 11 11tbae n nthaf
thaf ft f L Le av n h lj < vje le Htve 11 1r rS r
L
i aiffnlficauce nlG11l cance or Ha ppAlins on the tiefutUre
future of fthe tlib cits cft cit4 ahd stac stacI it tatc tatcEven e eEven
I Even if the price of copper were werei wertmuch weremuch
i much lower Utah would wo w 1d still sfl be In Infirst infirst Infirst
first t > 05itoji because the BIsisham ores oreswhile oreswhUe oreswhile
while of low grade 1ro 1e < are In eijbh fJ 1Jb norm enormus normotis
00 us deposits and so easily mined 11Jn d that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the cost of operation makes profitSpo profits profitspossible proflthposi
po posi possible lQ at the th lowest suppoaable liUPj s ble sell selling selling selllag ¬
ing price for the red r d metal metalThe metalThe metalThe
The range of transactions involved involvedIn
In th the new scheme of thingsIs thlns I beyond beyondanything beyondanything eyondanything
anything ever ev r planned here before It Itis ItIs
is not impossible that the new ne combi combinations combinations combinatlon ¬
nations In process of evolution may mayfinally mayfinally mayfinally
finally control practically the the whotijp wiiof of ofBlnsliam otBlng11am o oBtnglamand
Blnsliam Btnglamand and the territory adjacent adjacentclear adj adjaceutcca cent centclear
clear cca to the lake Itwill It wtU have iave a small smallrailway sm smallrailway t trallwa
railway rallwa system of f Its It own with sidings sidingsand sidingeand
and yard ard facilities larger than most mosttowns mosttowns
towns possess it win < aulre uile the th ser servicoe servlct
vicoe vie of thousands ot men and Us own owntownslte owntownslto owntownoite
townslte will be a considerable 1 center centerof centerof centerof
of population near ear thenow smelter smelterate smeltersite
111 > ate te
ateSalt teSalt
Salt Lake primarily and the state at atlarge atlArge atlarge
large as well will wi l feel the benefit of ofthis ofthl ofthi5
this thl addition to its commercial life its itstaxable itstaxablo itstaxable
taxable values and the opportunities opportunitieswhich opportun1Uewhieh opportun1tIewhich
which will follow In it it1f wake1 wake Binsham Binshamought Bfnghan1ought J3lngharnought
ought to be one of theV Ul Jarjrcst mining mining1camps miningcamps miningcamps
camps in the country countr and it will cer certalqly
tally be the biggest ore producer in
1 thejiate Ut Jlte With witye VIt J the new w railroads railroadsbuilt railroadsbuilt Uroad Uroadbuilt
built and being bejn built with the mine minepouring minepoutIHg minexflIrIng
pouring out ore or by the the thousand of oftons ottons oftons
tons daily with the distribution dilDtrib Ucm of ofwages ofwages ofwages
wages that h t comet C0J 1f1 with Industrial Industrialgrowth industrialgrowth Industrialgrowth
growth Salt Lake will be all that its itsbest itsbest Itsbest
best friends have hayehOPfId hoped the l1e greatest greatestmining wcatestmining greatestmining
mining center the most desirable desir ble place placefor placetor placefor
for investment and residence the thefinest theftnest theflfle5t
finest inland city in all the west westEARCH westSEARCH westSEARCH
SEARCH EARCH FOR A KING KINGYou KINGYou IINGYou
You all did Me that on the Luperoal LuperoalI
1 thrice prorffmteU pr antetl him a kingly orown crownWhich orownblch orownWhich
Which blch h h8 did thrice refuse refuseThe retuJeThe refuseThe
The difficulty experienced by Norway NorwayIn NOlW8 NOlW8In
In securing a wearer of ofth the kingly kinglycrown lcinglcrown kinglycrown
crown at its disposal disposalhaa has as n not tbeeJi been sat satisfactorily satisfactorily satifactorily ¬
isfactorily explained e plained Several eligibles eligibleshave eUgibleslave eligibleshave
have refused It and there is moro than thana
a possibility that Norway will have to toworry towor1y toworry
worry along with a president elected electedby clectedb electedby
by b the people XowarepubUc Xowk a republic in Nor Norway Xorway Norway ¬
way way Is l not an Institution that the reign rejgnIng reigning reignlug
Ing monarchs in Europe would ardently ardentlydesire qrdcntlydulre ardentlydesire
desire Yet those e same samemonnrchs monarehs have haveInterposed haveJnterpOied haveinterpoed
Interposed obstacles i between every everykingly OYer OYerklnsb verykingly
kingly possibility and andhfs his crown crownThe crownThe crownThe
The Norwegians are an anintolligont anintolligonthardworking intelligent intelligenthardworking Intelligenthardworking
hardworking people The task of ruling rulingover rulh1Joel ruiltigover
over them does not present nearly nenrl as asmany asman asmany
many man difficulties as the selfimposed selfimposedtasks selt selfimposedtasks imposcd imposcdtaks
tasks of other rulepg Yet the throne thronegoes thronegoes thronegoes
goes begging gbfng And it is not the first firsttime firsttime firsttime
time in history that a throne has gone gonebegging gonebe gonebegging
begging be ing since the crown was thrice re refused refused retused ¬
fused by b Caesar Caesar we are led ledto ledto ledto
to believe would hava 1ftVQ Accepted ccoptCd the thecrown thecrown thecrown
crown crown eventually It the daggers of ofBrutus ofBrutus
Brutus and his follow conspirators had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not cut him him down Bu But others thers have havebeen h6ebeen havebeen
been sincere in their refusal to wear wearthe wedrthe wearthe
the purple purpleAbout purpleAbout purpIeAbout
About forty fort years etllJ ago a o a membei 1neutbe1ki6f 1neutbe1ki6fthe bTC bTCthe r rthe
the English EnsJi h peerage Lord Derl Dorly y wasoffered wasoffered was
offered the Grecian throne His reply replywas replyWtiS replywas
was that he would rather be an Eng English EngUsh EnglIsh ¬
lish gentleman than a king of Greece GreeceTwentyftve GreeceT4U GreeceTwentyttve
Twentyftve T4U fo years earlier Prince Leo Leopold Leopold Leopaid ¬
pold of SaxeCoburg haY ha refused the theGrecian theGrecian theGrecian
Grecian crown Immediately after afterLord afterLord afterL0
Lord L0 D rbydeclined by d olined tq become a king king1the kingtlie kingtile
the Duke of Edinburgh followed his 11ise hisexample hisexample
example e ample Prince Ferdinand consented consentedto
to wield wJe d the sceptre of Bulgaria only onlyafter on13after onlyafter
after a number utlJ1 er of possibilities had hadtiunedthe hadturned i iturned
turned tiunedthe the chance down and he was wasprobably wasJllobabh wasptobably
probably sorry SCrryhe he accepted acceptedWhen aeceptedYlum acceptedWhOn
When Queen Isabella of Spain was wasdeposed wasdepo wasdeposed
deposed ed nobody nobod wanted Wl1 ted to suoceod nor norexcept horxcept herexcept
except Don Caf1os and the powers powyswouldnt powersouldiit owqrswouldnt
wouldnt give It to tohim him At last a son sonof sonof soaof
of VIctor Ietor Emmanuel of Italy went over overto ocrto overto
to rule ul the Dons Dons but buth ha acquired acqut1ed a suf sufficiency qu qufteleft uf ufficteney ¬
ficiency fteleft Y within two years C r arid resigned resignedSo
So the experience of Norway orway Is not notunique l10tunique notunique
unique surprising if url1 Jng as the statement statementmay statementmay
may appear It might be a good idea ideato Ideato Ideato I I
to hold the place open until the close closeof closoof closeof
of President Roosevelts ROOlHwcJlS term and then thengive thenlve I j I
II give lve Ie him 1dm a chance at it itMr ItMr
I 1I 1 1Mr
Mr Doreinus approves the mayors mayorswater mayorswater m ors orstor
water tor plans including the East Jordan Jordancanal Jordannal Jordancanal
canal < nal purchase urchaae and advises a furthor furtherpurchase furthorpurchlUlC furthorpurchase
purchase purchlUlC of water from the sane canal canalifIt ennalUlt canalIfit
ifIt can bo made But then Mr Mr Dore Doremjis DoremJls Darem31s
mjis Is merely a competent engineer engineerand engipcerand engipeerand
and good citizen and cant be expected expectedto
to know kno as much about the subject as asthe asthe asthe
the export e port kickers who dont know the thedifference thedifference thedifference
difference between a hydraulic h drnulic ram ramand ramand ramand
and a Southdown aSouthdownYes SouthdownYes
Yes it is quite true that thp th Morris Morrisadministration Morrisadministration forJisadministration
administration should be heldrespon heldresponsible held re icipon iciponsible pon ponsible ¬
sible for the bounty frauCs It Is ohjo ohjoI n1otrue aIotrue
I true that Mayor Ia ol Morris is s the gentle gentleman gentlelflan gentleman ¬
man who struck William Patterson Pattersonand
and there Is a strong suspicion that ho hobroke hobroke hobroke
broke the bank at Monte Carlo CarloThe CarloThe CarloThe
The street car management must musthavereed musthaveroad
havereed some of the literature which whichdescribee W whichdescribes hlch
describes descri QB Salt Lake ftke as having a semi semitroplo semitropia semitropic
tropic climate clhnateand and is trying tr ln to llV llv < j up upto upto I
to It Else why these open cars with withthe withthe withthe
the thermometer struggling for the thefragzlng t thefrezlng e
fragzlng fr8 zing point jjolntThe 1olntfrhe pointThe r I
The next convention of o the National NationalLeague Nationa1 Nationa1League at nal nalL08gue
League of Republican clubs Is to be beheld boheld beheld
held In Philadelphia If there are any anyhonest an anhona anyhonest
honest t Republicans in the bunch they theyought the theourht theyought
ought to leave a few in Philadelphia Philadelphiaby phUadoJPhin phUadoJPhinb3
by way Wit of leaven leavenApparently 1en61ApparauUythAmerJonn leavoApparont1ythAmer1
Apparently ApparauUythAmerJonn > thaf American an Smelting SmeltingRefining Sn1f SmeltingRefining lting ltingRefining
Refining compapy Is going to go right righton
on building its it big big11QW new plant p1 1 1t In Utah Utahin Uttl 1 1In
in spite of the warnings or the theAmericans theAmericanS theAmerIcan
Americans AmericansWasnt AmericanSYasnt AmerIcanWasnt
Wasnt It Dininny Dlnlnn who objected to toJudge toJUdge toJudge
Judge Powers as state chairman of or the theDemocratic theDemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic party because the t e judge judgewas judgewas judgewas
was out of harmony with withthe the cnuroh cnurohCandidate ehurobCandidate hurohCandidate
Candidate Lynch evidently videnU believes believesthat believesthat believesthat
that tho U th police department offers him hima
a better chance of a salary Sllar than the themayoralty th thmayoralt themayoralty
mayoralty mayoraltyWe mayoraltWe
We still insist Inm t that the American Americanparty AmerlcanJoaty tmcrlcanpaity
party ought to pay those bills before It Ittalks ittalks ittalks <
talks about Abo t tho pad nd faith aLt of < QtUcr er erplc peo people I1 Q Qpie ¬
pie
Awaj AwafFrom From the thcBarber thcBarberttUfC Barbers BarbersCatholic Barbersttlto1io
< Catholic ttUfC Standard StandardMw StadarIi Standard1mw
Ii Mw do you ou think this exolllng alUng raee raeetters
tor the ptnnaftt 1 Ri to ome mo OUI our ourDQnjt trl trla
a ktd IlsQ l 111 111u
u DQnjt N t nt VI1tUlff fr soini soiniwAll Jm
wAll I nIea 6d Ill tr tters You y iu iu5e u ulet
let 1 t bvca H hat hftvHi myaeit mnclilttt lately lael
I Romance of Corr Correspondent CorrespondentHe spondent ent entHe I
He May Camp With Kjtchcner Kjtchcneror or Follow Kurokl Kur ki in Battle 6attlcI
L L 1
London Daily MaiL MaiLThe M11iLThe MaiLThe
The life of William Maxwell the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great war correspondent of the London Londoni LondonStandard LondonStandard
i Standard Is as packed with venture ventureand ventureand entuleand
and incident as a novel of Dumas He HeIs HeIs HeIs
Is one of the gypsies of journalism journalismrepresentative journ 1I5m1 1I5m1repre I Irepresentative
representative repre entaUe of all that Is exciting excitingPicturesque excitingpicturesque excitingpicturesque
Picturesque and romantic In a seem seemingly seemingJ seemIngly ¬
ingly ingJ drabcolored profession professionTo pro sfon
To follow his hl footsteps In recent years yearsIs enri enriis
Is to traverse the Soudan with ICItch ICItchener Kltchener Kitchener
ener to enter Palestine with the Im Imperial Imrlal Irapenal ¬
penal rlal majesty of Germany Germa to sit out outthe outthe outthe
the peace conference with Sir John JohnFisher JohnFisher Iohnusher
Fisher to walk the shellwrecked shellwreckedstreets shellwreckedstrcets shellwreckedstreets
streets of Ladysroith with w Itb White hite and andWard nn andWard l lYard
Ward to lorlde ride with Roberts to Pretoria Pretoriato Pretoriato
to stand now atthe at the solemn grave of ofQueen otQueen ofQueen
Queen Victoria and Rm now n w at the mar marriage marrJage marriage ¬
riage altar tot of Queen Wllhelmlna to tovisit toi3it tovisit
visit i3it the rej5clng reJ ic1ng colonies of Britain Britainwith Britainwith Britainwith
with the Prince and Princess of Wales Walesto Walesto
to converse on European diplomacy diplomacywith diplomacywith diplomacywith
with the sultan of Morocco to t follow followKuroki tollowKurokl followKurokl
Kurokl Into his most intimate privacy privacyto priva privato
to look upon the mountainous dead at atthe atthe
the Shaho and nn 1 the Yalu and to wit witness I Iness
ness alone among newspaper cone correspondents conespondcnta carvespondents ¬
spondents not originally attached to toGeneral toGeneat toGeneral
General Nogis s army arm the historic hand handirig
Ing ingoer over of Port Arthur to the Japan Japanese Japanese Japanse ¬
ese ° se And tomorrow he will be b passing passingthrough passingthrough passingthrough
through India with the Prince and andPrlncees andPrincess andPrincess
Princess of Wale WaleThe WnleiThe WaleeThe >
The public has hasits its reporter in the po police polfee P0lice ¬
lice court c urt its gossip in the lobby 10bb of the thehouse thehouse I
house of common and Its critic at the thetheatre thetheatr thetheatre
theatre These arc journalists but the thetrue thetrte
true tr le journalist jo malJst is a nomad a man manlc manlcquninted ac acquainted actquninted ¬
quninted with all nations at home in inevery Incery inevery
every capital and familiar with the thestatesmanship thestatesmanship thestatesmanship
statesmanship and the customs of every everypeople
People p ple He Is the fireside guest from fromforeign troUlforein fromforeign
foreign lands at the hearth of the news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper reader the delightful traveler travelerwhose tlave1elwhose travelerwhose
whose tales keep the night ever too tooyoung toooung tooyoung
young oung for sheets and counterpane He Heis Heis Heis
is the character In a good romance who whounexpectedly whounexpectedl whounexpectedly
unexpectedly thrusts open the inn door doorand doorand doorand
and comes out of midnight wind and andrain andratn andrain
rain with splashed boots and clanking clankingsword clanldngsword clankingsword
sword calling for a tankard of red ale aleas aleas aleas
as he strides to to1 a place In the ingle ingleTo IngleTo IngleTo
To the general reader of newspapers newspapersthe
the name of William Maxwell is hard Jlardly Jmrdly hardly ¬
ly known but among people working workingout
out either the salvation or destruction destructionof
of Europe Maxwell of the Standard Standardhas
has long been a familiar phrase The Theold Theold Theold
old principle In journalism of anonym anonymity anonmit anonymity ¬
ity it has 11 S kept his name from the lh public 1ublfobut publiebut publicbut
but he has long been an influence In Inthe inthe
the affairs of the world and perEona personagrata perEonagratn perEonagrata
grata with the very cry elect electMr electMr olectMr
Mr Maxwell = axwell is chief of our journal journalistic journalistic journalistie ¬
istic gypsies by reason of two t twb gifts he hehas liehas
has first the same faculty for observa observation observation observation ¬
tion which made George Steevens so BOgracious solraciou sogracious I
gracious a writer and he has secondly secondlythe secondl secondlthe
the faculty for statesmanship which se secures s scures secures ¬
cures for him the trust and respect bC bCdiplomatists ordiplomatists oCdlplornatists
diplomatists in almost every evel country hi hithe iiithe n nthe
the world He not only describes a bat battlefield batUefield battiefield ¬
tlefield but he forms the politics of ofhia othie ofhis
his reader He brings a scene before beforethe beforethc beforethe
the eye and nd in the mind plants the seed seedof seedot seedof
of tomorrows result He Is an observ observer obscrcr ¬
er or the worlds movements as well vel as asa asa asa
a painter of its great pictures picturesHis pIcturesHis pIcturesHis
His description of the battle of Om Omdurman Omdurman Omdurman
durman which appeared in the old oldStandard oldStandard oldStandard
Standard remains to this day as one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the most brilliant essays in war liter literature literature literature ¬
ature and his picture of Port Arthurs Arthursfall ArthursfaU Arthursfall
fall was the only worthy impression impressionreceived impre ImpressIonreceived slon
received by b Europe of that great event eventWith eventWlth eventWith I
With such dispassion and coolness does doesho doeshe doesho
ho write that one might think he viewed viewedbattle viewedbattle viewedbattle
battle through field glasses at a dis distance cBstance
tance where bullets never reached r ached And Andyet Andet Andyet
yet et he has lia always been in the very verythick ve vethick verythick
thick of battle and an has sometimes sometimeswritten sometimeswlttten sometimeswritten
written his account after thirty hours hoursof
of hungering and thirsting thirstingI
I asked him the other day da in what whatthe whatthe whatthe
the American lady would have called calledhis call calledhis
his pomme de terre in London what whatit w 1at
it felt like to be in the wldst of an en engalement engagement
gagement stuck there as a peaceful peacefulobsener peacefulobserver
observer of death and destruction He Helaughed Helaughed Helaughed
laughed as he lieadnfttted admitted that the first firstrensation firstrensatfon flrgtrensation
rensation is one of funk Hr I think thinkthat thinkthat I Ithat
that the th e first sensation of almost every everyman everynian
man is one of funk Then quite sud suddenly suddenlY suddenly ¬ I
denly comes the conviction that you youare youare ou ouar
are ar about to die that your our life Is fin finished fini finilied ¬
ished i hed and that in a few minutes you youwill ou ouwill
will have shuffled off the friendly triend coil coilof coilot coilof
of mortality and madeacquaintance madeacquaintancewithdeath made acquaintance aquaintancewith acquaintancewIthdeath
withdeath with ellth With ilh tills comes relief a ajoyful ajoful ajoyful
joyful feelingof feeling of f nonchalance and ex exultation exultation oxultation ¬
ultation Cowardice CowardiCeand and terror go one oneawaits oneawaits oneawaits
awaits ones dismissal rather jauntily jauntilyBut jaunUJyBut jauntilyBut
But presently pr gent1 one sees other men about aboutone aboutone aboutone
one still alive feel ones self still to be bealive bcaJive bealive
alive and gradually Jrndll lh Accustoms ones onesself oneIseU opesself
self to the idea that one Is not going goingto
to die at all alla a most curious discovery discoveryYou dlsco discoveryYou r rYou
You can almost laugh at the whistling whistlingbullets whistlinbullets
bullets after that thatBQt thatBpt Whl511inl I IBut
But the heaps of dead 1 I questioned Qucati ne neIt
It is their th > lr very number which pre pretmts prevents
vents one from the collapse of horror horrorA
A few dead men are dreadful to see seebut RfChut seehut
hut thousands tens of thousands they theydo theydo theydo
do not strike strl1 < e one as men at all one onelooks onelooks onelooks
looks at them without realizing realizln that thateach thateach thateachcorpse
each eachcorpse corpse was once a separate Indl IndlWITH 1ndiWITH mdlWITH
i iNow
WITH THE PARAGRAPHERS PARAGRAPHERSNow
Now Wilt They Be Good GoodMilwaukee GoodMilwaukee GoodMilwaukee
Milwaukee Sentinel SentinelMeanwhile SentinelM SentinelMenwhtle
Meanwhile M nfrhUe let the Canadian navy na Y re remember remember remember ¬
member that liojestvensky Iioje tenskY gained no nocredit nocredit nocredit
credit by shooting at those fishing boats boatsThis bonlaThis boatsThis
This Is Plain Michigan Nerve NerveDetroit NerveDQtrolt NerveDetroit
Detroit News NewsNow NonsNow
Now is lathe the time to investigate tho origin originof
of the Ohio campaign funds before the themoney thomoney themoney
money has boon spent spentSomewhat spentSomewhat spentSomewhat
Somewhat Different DifferentNew DifferentXew DifferentNew
New York Herald HeraldSenator HeraldSenator HeraldSenator
Senator Dick of Ohio says he is a astandpatter astandputter astandpatter
standpatter but his opponents Inalst Inalsthe Inel5the ineithe
he is a fqurflusher fqurflusherIsnt qurtlusherIsnt
Isnt Afraid of Anything AnythingChicago AnythingChicago AnythingChicago
Chicago Xews XewsPresident XewsProsldent NewsPresident
President Roosevelt holds New No Orleans Orleansmosqultqds OrleansmosqultQ Orleansmosqultqes
mosqultqds 8 and Colorado bobcats equally equallyin
in contempt contemptHas contemptHas contemptHas
Has the StayPut Habit HabitPittsbur HabitPltlsbm HabitPittsburg
Pittsbur Dispatch DispatchOhio DispatchOhio
Ohio politicians are saying that General GeneralGrosvenor Gener11GrO GeneralGrosvepor
Grosvenor GrO eJ1or will m be defeated for the con congressional congressional congressional ¬
gressional nomination In his district But Butthose Butthose Butthose
those who know Old Flffgers will not notbelieve notbe1leYe notbelieve
believe he has figured out this result un until unUl uptil ¬
til they have heard the final count countBut counlBut countBut
But It Is Not to Let LetNew Letew LetNew
New ew York Herald HeraldA
A Washington dispatch says that Vice VicePresident VicePre VicePresident
President Pre ldent Fairbanks < s is looking for a alargerhouso 0argar alarger
largerhouso larger argar house in that city clt Certainly a amod amodest amodst
mod modest st bid for the White House HousetLooks HouseI HouseLooks HouseLooks I
tLooks Looks Mighty Like War WarChicago WarChicago WarChicago
Chicago Tribune TribuneThe TribuneThe TribuneThe
The breaking off at of all diplomatic inter intercourse intercourse intercourse ¬
course will b be the next Jl6 t step In thf th trou troubles troubles tronbies ¬
bles between G Grover rover Cleveland arid tho thowomen thowomen timwomen
women suffragists suffragistsThe sufragistsTheHoosiers l lThcHoosiers
The ThcHoosiers Hoosiers Are Too Wise WiseLafayette WiseLatayqtte I ILafayolle
Lafayette Journal Journalbriok ournaIwiteli I IWhen
When a follow In these days has a g9ltl g9ltlbrick 91 < 1 1briok
briok to sell ho goes to Now York with ft ftand nand Itand
and naverthinks nor thinks of offering to sacrifice sacrificeJust sacrifIceIt
It In Iot1ltnll Iot1ltnllJust IpdUtUtaJust
Just a Slight Jolt JoltColumbus JaltColumbus JoltColumbus
Columbus Dispatch DlspatohMias Dispatohl DispatchM1s
Mias M1s l tq Cutting CuttingSome Some man are as easyto easytoroad easy tasytoroaa to toroa
road roa as a book bookSanlolsh 11ooltSllpl bookSaplelghaws
Sanlolsh Sllpl Saplelghaws IShYllwf Yawe I pweaum so But B t can canyou cian cian3OUft canyouaiwead
you 3OUft youaiwead ah w t afl mo that way
MiHSCutUn MIessCuttinOt UfJ ICutUn Of O course not I read t nd you OU
Uko paragraph a paragraphS
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Within Call CallPhiladelphiaPress Callhn CallPhildelphlaIeoe
PhiladelphiaPress PhiladelphiaPressP PhildelphlaIeoePeektnlffYes hn delPQla PrOfiS PrOfiSPftQksnJttYes
P Wksnjffrye8 < my m dear air whenever wlicnqverI hcn r rI
I 1n1 tempted ted I say sa Get t tIV thee theetn he 1 e etn
tn IV fitAn i3tnntornanYes 8Uw li 1tlrqaJ1rYesf
TlsonianrYes tornanYes lrqaJ1rYesf but I notice noUo ypurecSie ypurecSieul Qure < J e eCUI
CUI ul not nOy10let notio > tp let Bin lilm m got et t091j too fy behihr bthni + i
r I IvlduaJitYL
vjduality v1duauity a human being And yet yetpassing yetpassing et etpsingunmoved
passing psingunmoved unmoved dver those prone fig figures figures figurea ¬
ures after at r a great battle If one should shouldsee sho shouldsee ld ldsee
see the face tac of a man one knewxa man manone manone manone
one had moked with and talked with withand withad withald
and marched with then th n the heart he rt is ispierced ispt Ispierced
pierced pt rced for a moment and nd d the pity of ofH ofitInlltead ofltinstcad
H itInlltead inssead of the splendor splend r or the neces necessity necessIty necessity ¬
sity ot f It itInvades Invades the brain brainTo brainTo brainTo
To como com back from the east and andthose andthose
i
those appalling battlefields to thisgray thisgrayLondon thlsgrayJondon thisgrayLondon
London must be a confusing change for foryou forou foryou
you ou I suggested suggestedIt I
It ia curious e rlous you should say st that thathe thatli i
he li said flaidtol for I have felt this thl time in incoming incoming i ic
coming c mhu back to London that it is like likea
a moribund city cIta a people whose life Is Isplayed isp1a3cd isplayed
played out I daresay dal dar9ay ay It is only lIla Illusion llIuion lIlaslop ¬
slop ion But ut the cast casteeft1t11iI seajns to me to be bepalpitating bepalpitating bepalpitating
palpitating with life with vitality and andawaking andaWaldng andawaking
awaking as it were to a groat destiny destinyHere destinyHereIt
Here HereIt Jt may ma be merely force OlOCO of con contrast contrasttije < on ¬ I I
trast trasttije tthe the people o > le seem to be relapsing relapsinginto relapsingbite I
into a drugged sleep c8Jck jck ek of all the theclamor theclamor theclamor
clamor and action of life The streets streetsof streetsof streetsof
of London after the color olo of the east eastare eastare eastare
are grimly depressing depres depressingMr lng
ilr Maxwell a axwell well dQes not regard r8garl1 war warwith warwlth warwlth
wlth the horror and detestation of Mr MrStpad MrStpad ilrSt
Stpad St ad Ho admits that fighting is a aclumsy aolumsy aclumsy
clumsy way wa of olsettling settling a dispute but buthe butbe butlie
he holds convincingly that only by war warIs warI
Is I a nation roused out of otveri1ous perilous leth lethargy lethartrirHe letlitirgy ¬
argy artrirHe He does not take tal e a pessimistic pessimisticview pessimisticvim pessimisticvIec
view of England but he is sure suretbat suretbatLonl1on that thatLondon thatLondon
London thinks far too much of its itspleasures ItspJcaliure Itsplcasureand
pleasures plcasureand and Its comforts and far too tooHtt1e toolIttle
lIttle off 0 its duties Qutieaand and Us responsibili responsibilities rp nsibUl nsibUltes ¬
ties Outside Out fdc London is the real Eng England Engl Bugland ¬
land l nt1 ther th thqmeaI eat al physical ph slcal and warrior warriorEngland warriorEngland arriot arriotEngland
England but It is in the colonies more morethan morethan moretin
than n the shires of England that he hesees hesees hesees
sees the strong assurance of an im imperial imperial liiipenal ¬
perial destiny destinyA dcstfn dcstfnA
A 4 quiet slovgpeaking genialsouled genialsouledman
man clean 1e l1 shaven and highbrowed highbrowedwith highbrowedwith
with shrewd blue eye behind pince pincenez plnceuaz pincenez
nez and a mouth that has humor smil smiling smiling amlIing ¬
ing at the corner A man m n below the themiddle themJddJe themiddle
middle height witklight hair changing
io gray 8111 and a countenance bitten and andscarred andseaned andsCarred
scarred by 3 all the winds and suns of ofthe otthe ofthe
the round globe A wise and quiet quietman quIetman quietman
man able to keep eep his own counsel and andable andabl andable
able abl to shape his own destiny and get gethis gethis gethis
his own wn ends with few words The Thefriond Thetrlond Thefriend
friend of princes and ambassadors one onewho onewh onewh
who wh has played a strong part In re recent recent reccitt ¬
cent European diplomacy a man of in ¬
finite moods m ods and endless resources but butwith butVI butwith
with VI h this and lbove above all else a gypsy gypsyand gypsyand YPS YPSand
and so the greatest of otspecials otspecialsPointed specials specialsPointed specialsS
S S SPointed
Pointed Paragraphs ParagraphsChicago ParagraphsChicago ParagraphsChicago
Chicago News NewsTrue NevsTrue NewsTrue
True love says st 3s nothing and waps wapsA
kisses kissesA
A iwelled head Indicates a contracted
heart heartIt heartIt heartIt
It is easier for most people to b be poor
than honest honestSome honestSon1e honestSonic
Some men make friends and some others othersmake othorsmnkf othersmae
make mae > them tired tiredGivo tiredGho tiredGivo
Givo a woman a chance to shofr aho off and andshe Bndshowl11 andshe
she showl11 will make good goodPride goodPride goodPride
Pride holds a few people up and throws throwsa
a good many down downA
A knot will not come untied If It would wouldrather wouldrather wouldrather
rather knot than UtR 1 not
Speaking of unnatural mothers whats
the mrtter with the incubator
No Alonzo lonzo a man of grit doesnt neces necessarily noces5I1rf1 necessarily ¬
sarily have a sandy sand comnlexion
Many R woman leads a dogs life fCeb lifeby by
holding tins other end of the string stringJlJan stringmail
A man who ho Insists on having everything
W his war will hav have la trouble thrust upon
him himEnjoy Enjoy mltjO life today The joys of yesterday yesterdayarc yegterdnrc
arc rc past and those due ue tomorrow may fail failto failto failto
to arrive arriveWhen arrlerhen arriveWhen
When rhen a man presents a woman with an anensagement anenragement anengagement
enragement rinr tlJ1 It Is equivalent to a
declaration of war warJt warIt warIt
It takes the state legislature to change changea
a mans name but any justice of the thepeace thepeace thepeace
peace can change a womans womansA
A man may as wejl w l tell the trutl when
he comes home at 2 a m for his hi wife wifewont wirewont wifewont
wont believe him anyway aDwa aDwaIt
It doesnt take the average man long to
tell to all he really reaU knows k ows but he never neverjreffs noorg nevergdtsthrough
jreffs g gdtsthrough through telling what he thinks he heWomari lieR32oWs
know
Woman s Way WayChicago WayChi WayS
S Chicago Chi llgOXO8 llgOXO8Cracious News NewsGracious NonsGracious >
Gracious Mrs Irs A but you have a apretty apr apretty
pretty pr 1t baby bab babYes
Yes Mrs Irs B all aUthe the neighbors say he
is i beautiful beautifulNo beautifulXo beautifulNo
No wonder He is just a little sugar
ball of sweetness sweetnessAnd scetncssndthp sweetnesstndtIi
And tndtIi ndthp the neighbors says ho Is the pret prettiest prettiest ¬
tiest baby bah in the neighborhood neighborhoodI3rmn nelShborhood nelShborhoodErP1ln nekhborhoodErmine
Ermine excepted exceptedNo I INo INo
No exceptions exceptionsWhat i iWhat I IWhnt
What Do you mean to say y that
homely homel little brat could compare with withmy wlthmy withmy
my baby when it t comes COQ1OS to beauty blnut Why Wh
the nerve pervel
Emergency Resources ResourcesChicago RcsourccsChicago ResourcesChicago
Chicago News NewsWhat j jWhat ti tiWhat
What is doing in Chicago ChicagoRatlior Chicagoflathar 6 6nthor
Ratlior quiet today todayNo toQh todityNo r rN
No N holdups holdupsBclfovn h ldups + U
Believe not notMysterious notIystcrou5 notMysterIous
Mysterious crimes crimesNo crimesND crimesNo
No NoBlc NDIJ S SBIg
BIg IJ accidents accidentsNope accidentsK accidentsNope
Nope NopeWell K NopeWell oJc oJcell
Well ell run up to the university universIty and tell ttllone tNIone tellone
one of the professors to publish pub Ish some
freak theory theor We rC must stay starin In tho lime ¬
light somehow somehowCRISIS somelloCRISIS somehowCRISIS
CRISIS OF OFGIRLHOOD OFGIRLHOODA GIRLHOOD GIRLHOODA
A TIME T1M OF OFPAIH PAIN AND PERIL PERILfillss PERILs
fillss tIss s Emma Cole Says that Lydia E EPinkhams EPinkhams BPlnkliams
Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has hasSaved hilswed baaSaved
Saved wed Her Life and Made Her Well WellHow W1iThin
How many lives of beautiful young younggirls younggirlslave younggirls
girls girlslave have been sacrificed sacri ed just as they theyTrene theywere theyweio
were ripening into int womanhood 1 How Howmany Howm flowinny
many m ny irregularities or displacements displacementshave
have been developed at this important importantperiod importantp importantperiod
period p riod resulting1 rc rcultin ulting in years v ar5 of suffering 51 eriug J
< iJJEmmQ rma Cole ColeGir1 CoI CoIGirls
Girls Gir1 modesty and oversensitiveness oversensitivenessoften
often puzzle their mothers and baffle baffleJh bafilephysicians bafflephysicians
physicians Jh sioians because they theywithhold withhold their theircontidence theirconfJdence theirconfidence
confidence at this critical period periodA
A mother should come tocher to her childs childsaid cl1ildsaid oltildsaid
aid nd remember that Lydia B EIJink EIJinkhams rink 1inkhams rinkhams
hams Vegetable Compound will at this thistime thistme thistme
time tme prepare the system for the coming corningchange comingchnnge comingchange
change and start the menstrual period periodin peri < d dn
in n a young you g girls Ir1s life without pain or orirregularities orIrregularities orirregularities
irregularities irregularitiesMiss
Miss EramaColeof Emmit Cole of Tullahoma Tenn Tennwrites Tennwrites Tennwrites
writes writesDear writesDearMrs
Dear DearY DearMrsI Mrs Pinkbam PinkbamI
H I want to t 11 ll you ou that I am enjoying bet better bettilt be betsr ¬
tilt health b atb than th 1 I have for years and I owe oweit oweihH oweitalt
it ihH all to Lydia E Piukhams Vegetable VegetablltCom VegetablltComQuod Com Compound Cornpound
pound Quod
poundWhen 60 When fourteen tour fourteenyears n years of age I suffered fr red S al almost alsf031 ¬
most constant pain and for two or three threeyears tbreayears threeyears
years I had soreness and pain in my side sideheadnches sidehead sideheadaches
headaches head che8 and all 1 was dizzy and fcervous and anddoctors and anddoclors anddoctora
doctors all failed to help > me meLydia
Lydia < E Pinkbams PinkbamsVegetable Vegetable Compound Compoundwas Com und
was recommended d d entll1ter anti nd after taking takin it my myhealth m mhealth
health began to toimpro improve improvempidly rapidly andl and I think thinkit tbl11kit thin thinitsavecl
it itsavecl savtd my mYme life I sincerely s hope 1JoptHny my tnyeperl tnyeperlnc per perl I I9nc
9nc nee nc trill ni111 b e a1ip ft l p to tootber otter girjs who wb are pasa pasag passJngfrem
jngrotn g Jretif girlhood to womanhood for I know IKnowfour Ikuowyour knowyour
your Compound will do as much for them themIf themT th m mIf
If T f yonljnow son know of any young girl who is issick isa1ck issick
sick and needs motherly advice ask her hero herwrit herowritO
o owritO write Mrs Pinlcham Pinl 1am Lynn Jass JassABtL Iassaltttwihl
ABtL t altttwihl J1etf lie xJin n receive re ive free lec advice which whichivyj whlebW whichkeaILaudhapydra5
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I obtained from the first vineglassful vineglassfulSOld
i SOld by all druggists and grocers grocerst tfJ
m t Prcpaed Prcpaedby Prcpaedbyt by S W Wmfa
mfa t 4 Anheuser AuheusersBusch usch Brewinl Assn AssnSi m
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RAILROADS RAUflOADSJ RAILROADSCURRENT
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In Effect May 21 1905 1905LEAVE 1905LEAVE 1905LEAVE
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY CITYNo CITYo CITYN5o
No o 13 for Ogden O aen 10rS 11J s A M MNo MNo l lNo
No G for Denver and East 850 A M MNo MKo StNo
No 2 for Denver and East 50 0 P M MNo 51No l lNo
No 4 for Denver and East 800 P M MNo 51No
No 0 U for Ogden and local poJntsG05 P M MNo Mo 51No
No o 10 for Heber Provo and andMarysvale andla andMarssvae
Marysvale la svale 800 A M MNo 11No8 51No
No No8 8 for Provo and an Eureka 500 P M MNo MNo3 51No
No No3 3 for Ogden and West W 8t 1110 P M MNo AI AINo1 51Io
No No1 1 for Ogder and West Vest145 145 P M MNo 11No 51No
No 5 for Ogden and West W t 1035 A M MNo MNo MNo
No 102 for Park City 815 A M MNo MNo t tNo
No H2for l1 flr Btngham 810 A M MNo 1tto 51o
No o 114 for to Bfngham ngham 300 00 PM PMARRIVE rJ M MARRIVE 51ARRIVE
ARRIVE SALT LAKE CITY CITYNo CITYNo CITYNo
>
No 12 from Ogden and local localpoints localpoints localpoints
points 050 A M MNo MXo 51No
No 5 from Denver and East Ea t los 1O A M MNo 51No 1 1No1
No No1 1 from Denver and Hast 138 P M MNo 51No I INo3
No No3 3 from Denver and East 1100 lt P M MNo 51No I
No 9 from Heber Provo and andMarysvale andJatisvale andSlaryavale
Marysvale GQO PM PMNo P 51 51No L LNo
No e from rota Ogden and West Ve t S40 A M MNo 11 11Ko 51No
No 14 from Ogden 305 PJiJ PJiJNo P 1 1No i
No 2 from Ogden and West cst < 340 P PI PINo4 PldNo M MNo
No No4 4 from Ogden and Vest 750 50 P M MNo MKo 51No
No 7 from Eureka and Provo 1000 A M MNo 51No I INo
No 101 from Park City 615 PM PMNo P 11 11No 51No
No 113 from Bingham 1050 A A11 A11No M MNo SiNo
No 115 from Birgham rgham 340 j 4O P M MPEEFECT MPERFECT 51PERFECT
PERFECT DINING CAR SERVICE SERVICEAM
AM trains except < Nos 1 to 6 Inclusive Inclusivestop 1nelusIvestop Inclusivestop
stop at Intermediate points pointsTicket poIntsTicket pointsTicket
Ticket office Dooly block Phone PhoneOI UOb 2O 2OI
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TIME TABLE TABLEEFFECTIVE TABLEEFIYECTIVE
EFFECTIVE MAY 1ST 1903 1903DEPART 1 1DEPART B0 B0DEPART
DEPART DAILY DAILYFrom DAILYFrom DAILYFsom
From Oregon Short L Line > ina Depot DepotSalt DepotSalt DepotSalt
Salt LaU Lahe City CityNo CltJto CityIco
No 57 57For For Stockton Stoc ton and Tintic 7J5 745 74 M i
District DistrictNo I t tNo J a aNo
No 53 53For For Provo Mercur ilercurvalley Mercurand j
valley N and l > points t on > SnCt Sanpete 80a a m mNo j
No Nt Lynn Lynnco 51 51For FoV Pr6voNephland Provo Nephi e and andLynn t 580 cflft pm pmo j j jNo
No co o 1 lFor For LosAngeles Los Angeles andln and In Intermediate 839 fi2fl o m i
termedlatc Points PointsNo PointsNo OOtf p Pm El ElNo
No 55 fi 55For For Nephl and <
JnternjelltiJ inerI1eI13 intermeJi4diate m
diate Points 1 J P Pm ra raARRIVE
PolnlSAPRIVE
ARRIVE DAILY DAILYNo DAILYNo DAILYNo
No i iFrom Front Los AneeJes and andlnteimediate 630 A2j m mIntermediate
Intermediate Points PQntso PlntsNo ° ai a ra raIntermediate
No o 52From Lynn Provo and andIntermediate 950
Intermediate Points PQlnilSNo PointsNo w a ra raNo
No 56 5dFrom From Aianti Nephl and andIntermediate 13A 130 n m
Intermediate 1 Points PointsNo 10U p Pm UJ UJNo
No 54 Provo and C il I
o 5From From Nephi 540t 541 m
M ra raNo Eli1e
Intermediate Point b V t tNo jI
No ESFrotn Tlntlc District and andIrtermedlate firm
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Intermediate Points PointsStandard PointsStandard oUJ Pm p 01 01Standard
Standard Pullman Service Dally Be Between Bete Betwean ¬
tween te n Salt Lake MUford Callente Las LasVegas LasVeJ85 LasVeras
Vegas and Los Angeles AngelesDirect AngeleDirect AngelesDirect
Direct Stage St Connection C011t1 ctlon for all Mining MiningIncluding
Districts In Southern Utah and Nevada NevadaIncluding I IIncluding
Including Bullfrog BullfrogCity BuiltrogCity BullfrogeIt
City eIt Ticket lf ket Office Ofti No 17 l W Second SecondSouth SecondSouth SecondSouth
South Street Telephones 17sfi 17sfiE 11flE 335E
E W GiLLETT GiLLETTGeneral GiLLETTGeneral GLLETTGeneral
General Passenger P s enJer Agent AgentJ
J L I MOORE MOOREDistrict MOOREDIstrict MOOREDistrict
District Passeneer P3SSerl er Agent AaentII AgentI
I Time iirne 1 TaMe TaDieJUNE TabrJ H
II I J II IMEFFT IMEFFTJUNE EFfW EFfWI
I JUNE J 1905 i905ARRIVE 1905ARRJVE 1905ARRJVE
ARRJVE ARRIVENo ARRJVENo
No 4 4Frorn From Ogden Chicago
OhiaVio Om Omaha ba Kt St 1 Louis ouls < MI iranooK Kansas 515 trir trirCity
City Clt and Denver DenverButte a
No8From No SFrom Ogden Portland 839
Butte and San Francisco Franciscoo a aNo a m
No o 6 oFrom From Ogden Oed en and inter intermediate OM 930 3
mediate points 7 < 0 a a aNo
No 12From Ogden Cache
Valley and intermediate iiAC iiACPoints
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points UiJaE UiJaENo IIJJ IIJJP61nts siii lJ am amNo2From amNo
No No2From 2 2From From Ogden Chicago
St Louis Kansaa City Clt
Omaha Denver and San JJ iiz iizFrancisco j
Francisco 443 tw P p H HNo IINo 11No
No 30 loFtom From Oyden Cache
Valley Butte Portland and
San an Francisco 140 mtv mtvDEPART jm jmSan HU p pDEPART 9 9DEPART
DEPART DEPARTNo DEPARTNo5For
No No5For 5 5For For Ogden Omaha
Chicago Denver Kansas
City and t Louis 7Ifl 710 V a ra II 01No IINo iiNo
No 7 jFnr For Ogden Portland PortlandButte PortlandButte PortlandButte
Butte San Francisco ana in Intermediate 16H
termedlate points 1031 am amNo a n H HNo IDNo n
No 3 1For Far Ogden Omaha
Ck Qt Cblcago lease ago Denver Kansag KansagCity Kans31iCity KapsasCity
City St Louis and San iJft j4 m
Francisco ancIsco L f j I4il p i iNo IB IBNo I
No 11 11110r For Ogden Cache Val Jlfl
JI n M I
ley l y and intermediate points t > If i P l I INo I
No 5 For Ogden Denver DenverKansas DenverKaQ53s DenverKansas
Kansas City CIt Omaha OmahaSt St At
61S n ra
VID Q QNo
Louis and Chicago ChlcAQNo9For p
No No9For 9 9For For Ogden Cache C cbe Val Valley Valley Vaiicy ¬
ley Butte Holsna Portland
San Francisco Francfscoand and inter llJK 1145 1li 1limediate n
mediate points U40 stu p H HJO
JO 1 K BURLEY BUELETTG
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City Ticket Office 201 fain Street StreetTelephone StreetTe10phQne StreetTeicphQnc I
Telephone SO SONote sONoteTbo 250NoteThe
Note NoteTbo The train numbers shown above afcpvare abovere abov4aye
are re Oregon Ore on ShortLine train numbers and anddo anddo nd nddo
do not otRPp apply to the Southern Pacific west vrestof fiesto westof
of o Ogden or the Union PacifU eut euttfctreof eLIttInteot eaitthereof
thereof tfctreofTHE tInteotTU thereofjtii
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Salt Lake and Ogden Railway RailwaySimon RailwaySimon RailwaySimon
Simon Bamberger Pres and Gen Mgr MCTTime M MgrTimq r rTlmq
Time Table Ta le in effect ct Sent 5 1905 1905LEAVE 190 190LEA 1903LEAB
LEAVE LEA Vt SALT LAKE LAKEG
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LEAVE L A VE LAGOON
7 10 0 a m 22 m 3 5 7 p m mClayton mG inr inClayton
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Leading Music Dealers Dealersobiiia
1091113 10 obiiia 1113SQ Q Main St StSALT StSA StSMT
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alGi Cheap rates from Chicago St Louis Missouri River Eiverand Riverand I
and other Eastern points to Salt Lake LakeIf LakeIf
If you have any anyfrields friends coming West give us their theirnames theirI theirnames I
I names and we will quote them rates and furnish funl sh them themtickets themtickets themtickets
tickets ticketsWe ticketsWe tit titWe
We also have reduced rates Salt Lake to Chicago St StLouis StS
S Louis Missouri River and an other points pointsThrough pointsThrough pointsThrough i
Through sleeper daily Salt Lake to Chicago without withoutchange withoutchange I Ichange
change Also Through Tourist Sleeping cars ar5 three tl1r e times timesa
a week weekWe 11 11a
We sell e1l steamship tickets ticketsTelephone ticketsTelephone I I
Telephone 245 both phones phonesE plonesDRAKE phonesDRAKE
E DRAKE District Passenger Agent AgentI
I I I G A BIBLE Traveling Pass Agent Agentioo
100 West cst 2d So Street StreetSalt StreetI StreetSalt
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the East Eastchanate EastNo EastNo
No 1THE 1THEchange THE THEchangeof
change changeof of OVERLAND 8VERL6NDALL
cars W ROUTE ROUTEALL > 11 11ALL
ALL THE WAY WAYj WAYComfarlmtnt WAYConzpalmmf WAYCompartment
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Compartment Obsfrvalion O s 1latiott Curs i ElectricLighted ElectricLightedJjuffet Electric c Iichtul 14iteefijutret
Jjuffet lJu t Smoking and Library Cars Cars ElectricLtghted ElectricLtghtedPullman Electric LWte LWtePulimatt LbtedPullman
Pullman Palace Slccfing Sla ing tnivf Ca s ElectrriCLightttt ElectrriCLighttttSitferb Elecirric Lgstcd LgstcdSuterl ci ciSurb
Sitferb Ditriitff Dizin Cars 0 ars < ElectricLighted ElectricLightedBe EltctllcIihtufBe Electric Usrhted UsrhtedBe
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Toll Information furnished on appllctUon arl1lc Uon to toCittf toit toit
Cittf it Ticket Office Officcoi
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