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bI C EDITORIALS. jj u , , , IP H i ' This paper Is on flto at tho American BBJ ' Mining Congress, Dearer, Colorado. H ' REPUBLICAN 8TATE COMMITTEE. BBl H County. Namo. Address. BBl ' llrnvcr, William Hurst, Heaver City. BBl II. Kliler, II. H. Jones, llrlghnm City. BBJ ; Cache, II. Ilullon, Jr., Logon. BBJ t Carbon, J. II. Harrison, Prico. BBJ , ' Uavls, J. M. Socrlst, Farmlngtnn BBJ Emery, George Miller, Castlo Dale. BBJ Garfield, Thomas Sovy, Paugultch. BBJ Grand, John 13. Paco, Itlchardson. BBJ Iron, Alfred Froyd, Cedar City, BBJ Juab, J. A. Htdo, Nophl. BBJ ICane, It. S. Cutler, Kanab. BBJ Millard, Mlah Dny, Fllltnoro. BBJ Morgan, Moroni Hclncr, Morgan, BBJ Pluto, Charles Morrill. Junction. BBJ Itlch, W. K. Walton, Illch. BBJ 8. Lako II. P. Myton, gait Lnke City. BBJ 8anpoto, L. II. Itlchardson, Mantl. BBJ Sevier, J. II. Erlekson,, Richfield. BBJ Summit, M. J. Dalley, Park City. BBJ Tooclo, L. h. Baker, Tooolo, BBJ Utah, Kph. Homer, Provo. BBJ Uintah. II. 8. Collott, Vernal. BBJ Wayne. Wlllard Pace, Loa. BBl Washington, Joseph T. Atkin, St. BBJ Goorgo BBl Wasatch, J. W. Mussor. Hnhor City. BBJ "Weber, Rudolph Kuchlcr, Ogden. BBI JAKEMA SATUIIDAY .... o.Ldl.. H OFFICIAL CALL. H For Republican Stato Convention, Sept BB 20, 190G. BB To tho nepiihllcnu Electors of tho BBl Stato or Utah: BBJj A stato convention of delegated rep- BBl rosentntlves of tho Itepubllcan party, BBl In tho stato of Utah, will bo held nt BBl Salt Lako City, for tho purposo of BBl ' nomlnntlrg n stnte ticket, to bo voted BBJ for t thn general eloctlon, to bo held BBl op Tnoday, Novombor (I, 190G, tho BBJ pnlfvMon of n stato commltto "nil BBJ for tho transaction of such other bus- BBJ lnrK8 as may proporly come before It. BBJ Kali slnto convention will pgsemblo BBJ iu 11 o'clock n. m. on Thursday, tho BBJ 20th dnv of Sontcmbor. 1901, In tho BBJ SU Lake theatre. Candidates aro to BBJ bo nnnrlna,tod for tho following ofllces: BBJ Jnclgi of tho Supremo court and rcp- BBJ rescntalivo In tho Sixtieth enngrcs? of BBJ I bo Unltod States. BBJ Tho Itopubllcnn electors of thin BBJ ' stato, and nil other olprtors, without BBJ regard to past political afflllatlonF) BBJ who believe In tho principles of tho BBJ Itepubllcan party, and Indorse Its pol- BBJ IcIch. and will supnort tho ondldatos BBJ ljimlpnted at such convention, are' BBJ cordially Invited to unlto under this BBJ cII In tho selection of delegates. BBJ , Tho said stato convention shall con BBJ Hist of r27 delegatos apportioned to BBJ tlip several counties of this state, on BBJ tho IibpIk of ono dolegato to every ono BBJ hundred votes, or a major fraction BBJ thereof that wcro cast for Hon, Jo- BBJ Foph Itowoll for ropresentntlvo In BBJ congress, on Novombor 8, 1094, as BBJ , follows: BBJ Dole- BBJ County Votes gates BBJ ' Iloavor , 823 8 BBJ Box Elder 2229 22 BBJ Cacho .V 3901 39 BBJ Carhop 1119 IV BBJ Davis 11RI in BBJ Ifimnry 857 9 BY Airfield ; .... CG4 7 BBJ Grand ,...-. -U'V. 236' 2 BBJ Iron .... .,,,.. ..J ....729 7 BBJ Juab ... ... .'.. ........1328 '1.1 BBJ Kano ..' 395- 4 BBJ Mlllnrd ... 899 9 BBJ y Morgan 480 C BBJ Pluto 334 3 BBJ I Itlrh ' 411 4 BBJ i Holt lAko 14,014 140 BBJ Bun Juan 119 1 BBJ Bnnpeto V....3GG2 3G BBJ Hovler 1017 1G BBJ , Summit 1891 19 BBJ ' Toroln 1174 12 BBJ I Ulntnh 713 7 BBJ ' Utah G972 GO BBl Wsitrh 990 10 BBJ I Washington 715 ,7 BBJ Wavno lO'l .1 BBJ Webor 500 T R7 BBJ i Tho rospectlvo county committees BBJ aro requested to nrrango fo; tho dec- BBJ ' tlon of dclogatcs to tho statu conven- BBJ tlon. Tho chairman nf the county BBJ committee will forward to tho chair BBJ , man of tho stato committee, Inime- BBJ , dlately nftor their election, n full list BBJ of tho dolegatcs chosen. BBJ ( Dy order of tho Ilopuhllcan stato BBJ ' committee. BBJ Salt Lako City. Utah, Aug. 21. 190G. BBJ JAMES T. HAMMOND. BBJ Chairman. BBJ ' Iluilolph Kucliler, Secretary pro tern, H UNTRAMMELLED PRIMARIES. B ' In lens than threo weeks tho rcpuhll- BBJ enn ttato convention will ennvono In BBJ Salt Lake City, and tho campaign of BBJ 19Q0 bo fairly on. Tho call for tho BBJ ' convention will ho out In a f(w days BBJ and the republican hosts all ovor tho BBJ stato will ho gathering In tho prima- BBJ rlOH to chooso their dolcgates. A few BBJ words anont those primaries and tho BBJ spirit In which they should ho hold BBJ will not be amiss. BBJ Let thoro bo no crcdcnco given to BBJ i tlioso who would becloud tho lesuos BBJ I which confront mo American people BBJ , at tho present tlmo. A congressman BBJ must bo chooson noxt November, and BBJ - through bis election anf 'ho political BBJ comploxton ho bears, foi or agoJns.t BBJ republican principles, will tho vf" BBJ diet ho given for or against tho pros- BBJ tint administration. BBJ It Is fiot tho tlmo for tho clash of BBJ patty wings or party machines. It Is BBJ thn tlmo to got together It Is tho BBJ tlmo to bury tho hatchet. It Is tho BBJ tlmo to morgo all machines Into ono BBJ m&chlnn, and that ono uncontrolled h BBJ any one set of men or tho personal n- BBJ torcsts of any ono sot of men. After H nil tho primaries are tho sourco of all BBJ owor. No Bet of mon daro go conn- JH tor to tho will of the peoplo thcro ox- laBJ piessod. Thon let every voter attend BBJ theso meetings and go determined to BBJ not the seal of his disapproval on mU everything which at all smacks of ma- BBJ chine methods, and tho finest laid H plans of cltck ot machine crumblos to mm nothing. ILct us have free ul untrammeled primaries. ' BbW Ml A PERNICIOUS PftACTtCE. Wo aro pleased that tho pernlclaas habit Into which somo newspapers hnvo fallen of lato of trying to read peoplo out of tho Republican party has mot with rebuke. Thn habit Is not only pernicious but It Is fatal. The fact that any man has tho cour age of his convictions Is to bo com mended. You always know where- to find him. Ho novor carries water on both Bhoulders. Ho Is snfo. Tho chances aro ten to ono that his de votion to party principals Is strong er tnan that of those who brand him is an apostate, and that tho attempts Ki read him out of tho party Is made from tho very fact that his Is supe rior to click or machine and so can not bo made tho torvllo tool of olther A scrutiny of his case Is almost sure to provo that ho Is nearer to the- pub lic, nnd to their rights and Interests, than thoso who try to hound him out of tho pnrty ranks. While on this subject another and a similar ono Is suggested. It Is a fa tal policy for any party to refuse th right hand of felolwshlp to thoso who onco trained In Its ranks nnd who fell away from It for nny causo whatever, providing such on ono comes back again to tho fold. Ho Is only back again whore ho belongs. Tho chances aro that ho will bo all MEEK8 4 LYNCH, 315 &. 316 Atlas Block, Salt Lake City, Utah. Vacant lots, modern homes and mstness Investments. Money to Loan. Nineteen rears In Real Estat-j Dual less In Salt I.ako City. SALT LAKE REAL ESTATE. Now Is tho tlmo to Invest. A rapid advance Is certain. Choice building lots all parts of city, $100 to $500, S12.G0 cash, I7.G0 per month, 7 per cent. HUOBARD INVESTMENT CO., 78 West 2d So. SL our motto: Quick Sales In Real Estate. If you want to buy or. sell Heal Estato, list your property with us for quick sales. Wo havo the buyers. Anderson Real Estate Investment Co. THOMPSON REAL ESTATE CO. Homes on Installment Plan a Spe cialty. Farms and homes for salo or trade. Horses, Dugglos, Etc., nought or Exchanged, Room 8 O'Meara Block. No. C3W W. Second South Street, Salt Lako City. Frank Y. Taylor. Moses W. Taylor. TAYLOR BROS. REAL E8TATE AND 8TOCK8. Tel. 171., Utah National Bank Salt Lnko City, Utah. Salt Lnko Real Estato tho boat In vestment In tho world. Utah Com mercial and Mining Stocks tho safest In tho world. Members Salt Lako Stock and Min ing Exchange. BUY a LOT or a HOME before prices advance Wo advlso you re girding Jocalltlos and mako your In terests ours. l MARINdEll INVESTMENT CO.. 40 East Second South. Manager "Soolng Salt Lnke City Ciri" EQAN, REAL ESTATE. If you want to Insuro. soil, buy, build, or borrow, let us know, 49 S. Main St., Hooper-KldroJge i . . . tho truer to party piinclplos than over before from tho fnct that ho has tried Mrango aposclatlons nnd found them wnntlng. Lot us recolvo them with opon arms. THE REPUBLICAN CHAIRMAN SHIP. f Tho choice of ex-socrotnry of stnte, Jas. T. Hammond as chalrmnn of tho republican Btato commlttco Is tho hap piest ono tho party has made In yearB. It gives tho rank nnd fllo a feeling of contentment not experienced for several yours. Aftor navlng committ ed so mnny, blunders and errors of Judgmont, It Is refreshing to seo some thing accomplished, which has a ten dency to unlto and not-disrupt J. T. Hammond Is a man who has tho undivided respect of evory repub lican In tho stato ot Utah. Ito is n good man to tlo to. All wings' of tho party can rally around him. Thoro aro many men In tho republican tanks who -aro capabla of leading tho party victory. Many havo did so In tho Prtt. At tho present hour, however, thcro Is no man in tho party bo pecu llnrly fitted to tuko tho holm as ho. His yoarH of political activity havo taught him tho lino points ot tho game. Ho has tho on orgy which In spires action In others, Ho has tho ability of organization and his devo tion to republican principles cannot bo questioned. Ho Is a Buperb citizen. Dosldes all this Mr. Hammond has never been accused of bolng a cog In nny machine In choosing him tho stole commlttco made the first und longest possible step townrd n united party AN UNSEEMLY EXHIBITION. Tho arrc.it of Justice Durand ot Murrn) comos ft tho final climax to a long scries of ovents all ot which go to provo an nxim a little office may spoil a man. The fees ot a Justice of tho peaco In the country districts aro so small and bo far botvroon that uny thing less than a stiong character Is Mit to be tempted away from tl e strlrt lino of Justice. Tho ovldont collusion of this potty limb of the law with a certain man Luke, Is too strong to admit ot doubt. i That great injustice has been done to many people through this Is also made evident by- tho many reversals- of Pur- and's decrees by tho hlghor courts, and tho many Irregularities wMch havo boon proven against him. f .. ... : RAMBE SALE, i GARLAND RANGE -f MONARCH MALLEABLE RANGE8. " PEIN8ULAR RANGE8 : 2Q to $7D. : TERMS $1.00 CASH, $1.00 PER WEEK : monarch hardware: Zm iwi p zx iu v 2729 w Thlrd 8outh' t LwUJYll Tk.i4 I I 8ALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. A Kicliter estate. 14 Wdst First Soxith, Salt Lake City, Utah. ESTABLISHED 1893. A. L. Brattaln, Manager, Hnvo you over thought of getting Into business? For Instance n good paying rooming houso, grocery storo, saloon, cigar store, restau rant, or, In fact, any business enterprise? If you contemplato such n move, seo mo. I havo a number of gcnulno bargains, guaranteed to bo money makers. Correspondence solicited. Business Opportunity Department A. RICHTER, REAL ESTATE. j i A HINT TO THE INVESTOR. 3 3 EVERYBODY P J x a't Lake Real Estato Is the sarcst, gji! S.J ft surest nnd best thing to buy In the $g S whole wide west. It Is choap, too Be f-j fcMf"iT fnr cheaper Umn it Bhould bo, consld- Kh 5 MJJJ3 JL crlnB resources, geographical location, J-J x R rapidly devsloplng tributary region, a?S V K cllma'.o anJ tho attractions of Salt Sx r2 ft Lake, Vho country around about lb 2 3 a tr t m ft far an?a"1 of SaIt Lakc- SaIt Lao S$ 2 &SVll lalCI ? niust Bnrt wl" catch "P. a,"l while It Is 22 y. wrwA-KK. unnv! a catching up Is whon values will doublo x2 J X nnd good money be made. sx JL BOOST! J. I 41 : is' AAWWWAWiMVVWvVvVyVvVvVvVvVvVVvVVVvVvVS KOMNEY" AND HVAN, i LINOTYPE RS. ' xn sou-mi wi:st ti:ii-i.i: st. halt i.aki: citv. ,; Tlir l.iirKr.C Imlriirnilrlil l.lnulrir I'lllnl Wr.l if Clik-llRO. .ll KluiU ' I! ."."". ?r.".,,"t '""" ""'' I'lrn l'ruiupllr mitl .Skllfullr lUrculriF Nlirilnl I..IIII.II.., Tu I.I.N, lirlrfu nntl lrirrliin n VprrlnMy. A I ill! I.litr of llm-lilnp llurilrr AliTiira n I In nil. M'rlle fur Hull. uuilr. ililrmi I', u. Ilor 1H, Suit i,it0 oilr. I'houe 3I1T. J, h Salt Lake's Greatest All Year Attractioh k J.-2 &r S3 Te Saoiitarrum Baths. 5:5 i 2 ;5 Swimming Pools! Natural Hoi Sulliur Water is j'g Turkish BeUhs! BrouKht Right to the very J 3 .5 Private Baths! ' Heart ol the City. 5 jj j OPEN DAY & NICHT. j 52-54 W. 3rd S. St, SALT LAKE CITY. j Vaaa-aaa-aaaaaaaaaaa-M y5SS'USSkkisi5il.5iiSi;;; THE HI8TORIC WORCES- rSr Manufactured by John TER- Sp$F?H&f Keoves CoM Bait Lake, and QUEEN OF ALL 8AUCE- -feRjL '"dorsed by the M. & M. n ?kM ,th?. , tSjmtimgLJ, Ass'n ot Utah. Ask your On tho Labels. vskWBBi Qrocor. NEW RECORDS FOR OLD ONES. i OM r brokn DU or Cylinder rooctU Ukn as part pyaMM tm I New OM, K FREE TRIAL AND EASY PAYMENTS. I Tb saw IWI mod.U f tb COLUMBIA. QIlArKOPlKKVaa I mbody all of th Utcit ImprovsraanU In the talklo msillM rld and arc tas standard ot MrtctUn. ANY OLD MACHINE TAKEN AS PART PAYMENT jj In exokant for the latest typts, and don't torcet that A Vy RITTEN GUARANTEE g Bached by th LsrLtet TslJjIn Machine Company In th YftcM 5 Uoa With Utt Mach.n. 1 COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO., GEN'L MT-)W Bo. Main SL Beth pbons. tfALT LAKB OTY. .L Ono ot three things should bo done to remedy this evil. Such a man an Lake should be dealt with tor con spiring to Inflnenco a Justice. Tho power ot a county jnstlco and his flold of action broadened so that effi cient men could bo Induced to accept the position, or only mon of tho strongest character chosen to tho place. Such actions as hare been going on at Murray bring tho law Into disrepute. THE CONGRESSIONAL NOMINA TION. Big. good-natured Pttrloy P. Chris tensen, tha Salt Lako county attor ney, la to bo a candtdato before tho forthcoming Republican stato conven tion for the position of ropresentntlvo to congress. And, seriously, why should ho not aspire to tho place? As tho houso of representatives Is now constltntcd, or, rather, as tho buslpesB of that branch of tho nation al legislature Is now carried on, no hotter man could bo chosen than the big county nttomey. Ho looks tho part ho will bo called upon to play should tho nomination nnd olectlon' como his way. Thoro may bo many men who havo greater gifts as ora tors, but orators do not always count In tho houso of representatives these Nice homos on easy payments. Choap lots any part ot city. Farm loans. C. J. BOWMAN &. CO., Rooms 11 and 12 Eagle Blk., Salt Lake City, Utah. GEO. M. McCONAUQHY, Real Estate and Loans. Investment, Securities, Trades and Duslncss Chances. Ind. Phone 1101. 41 West Second So. St., Bait Lako City, Utah. HOU8TON REAL ESTATE INV. CO, Homes for rent and sale. Lowest prices. Easiest terms., 251 Main SL, Salt Lake City. We havo all kinds ot Investments In real estato and wo wrl'o all kinds ot Insurance. YOUNQ A. YOUNQ, General Insurance, Real Estate and Loans, 202 Whltlnaham Blk., Salt Lake City, Utah. Ind. Tel. 1077. FOR REAL ESTATE Seo Potorson Real Estato Invest ment Co. Largo list bargains for which wo are excluslvo agents. Spe cial attention to property of estates and non-residents. Old rellahlo agency. Correspond or call. 330 So. Main SL. Salt Lako City, Utah. W. J. HALLORAN, Real Estate and Loans. Telephone 823. Established 1887. 14 W. Third South Street'. Salt Lako City, Utah. I3B0.OO buys very cholco Main 81. Lots. CLIFT H6U8E. Third 8outh and Main Streets, Salt Lake City. All New But the Name. This contrally located and well known hotol has been thoroughly re novated and refurnished throughout Under tho now management reason able rates and first class accommoda tions will prorall. Can be roachod by street cars from all depots MRS. A. L. MASON, Pro. days. It Is hard to got the speakers up, nnd when that dlfllcult task has been accomplished, your orator might as well play tho part of Demosthenes nnd talk to tho unrcsponslvo sea, for all tho effect It would havo In tho house. Tho M. C. quickly Ilnds thnt ovorythlng has been cut and dried In, commlttco. Tho members of congress theso days should not tako themselves too seriously. Tho Individual Is a mighty small toad In a mighty big puddle, and scarcoly counts. . Thoro Is a place however, when, ho does count, and In that place Mr. Chrlstonsen nils tho bill. Tho Inter oats.of tho stato demand nn Immenso amount of work In tho various de partments. Tho stato should havo its r -p nf tho government posltlous and appropriations. Thoso nro not Kuuien uy oratory, but by social mix ing and mutual help given to other units from othor states. Hero tho big county attornoy would shine A hot ter man could not bo found. Tho man who takes himself seri ously, spends ono term In tho popu lar branch ot congress and then longa for the sonnle Falling that, ho either refuses nomination or Bottles hlmBOlt to work less In commlttoo Ufo, whilo his state waits In vain for him to do Boihcthlng, Tho wrltor of this knows what ho Is talking nbout. Ho served two torms as prlvato socrotary for an oastern representative in congress, and Is familiar with tho Job. Asldo from oilier things, P, P. Chrlstonsen Is not only a magnetic fellow, but he Is politically all right No ono can say ho Is In tho so-called machine to any material extent. Tho youngor olomont of tho party could rally around him. Ho Is well known ovor tho stato and his porsonal char acter Is of a high quality. Tho Re publican party would make a good cholco In cliooelng him. AMU8EMENT3. At The Theatres. Tho Salt Lako theatre Is dark tho opening season ot tho houso not hav ing arrived. Whon onco tho houe Iw oponed, however, tho season promises tn be ono of unusual brilliancy. Most ot the eastern succeBsos will appear i I I I during tho coarse of tho fall and win ter, together with tho yearly visits of such grnanlrattonB as tho Savago Opera company. OtrtsMo peoplo tmdoi the new rulo of tho house will always bo nbie to sccuro scats In advanco by using the malls. The Grand theatre has already opened Its season and Is playing to good houses. Notwithstanding tho grent ocuntor attractions of tho re sorts. Tho Georgia Harper company havo been winning tho hearts of tho lovers of tho drama by Its rendition of popular plays. Tho bill at this houso will be given In tho paper during tho seuson- bo that outsldo peoplo can havo a chance to know what to expect when visiting Zlan. Vaudeville Is In full tilde at tho Or phemn. For tho opening of tho son son tho attractions hnvo thus far been very high. Tho houso has boon re cently redecorated and Is ono ot tho nattrest llttlo theatres In tho Inter mountain country. Casino Park Is giving Its usual bill of light opera. Tho Zlnn's Travesty company still holding tho boards. The Lyric Is under a now manage ment and will present vaudovllto throughout tho season ns will also tho most popular llttlo lion Ton on Main street. The Retorts. The Lnko season will como to an end In a hlnzo of glory nt Snltalr on y Labor Day, September 3rd. Tno re sort will bo kept open for somo tlmo nftcr when roller skating will ho tho attraction. Tho great dancing floor bolng used as a rink. The Lagoon Is still tho beauty spot of tho state. Its fall Mowers arc in all their glory. This resort also closes on Labor Day with a big .clam bake Wandemcre Is drawing its usual quota of quiet people. Tho season has proven that a Sunday School resort can bo mado to pay In Salt Lake. i Illcyclo rnce and other attractions still go on nt tho Salt Palace This will continue ns long as tho wcathei TO REPUBLICANS. Wo aro anxious to havo every Re publican In closo touch, and working In harmony with tho Republican no tional congressional commlttoo In fa vor ot the election of a Republican congress. , Tho congressional campaign must bo based on tho admlnlstrntlvo and legislative rocord of tho party, and, thnt being so, Theodora Roosevelt's personality must bo a central figure and his achievements a central thought in tho campaign. Wo deslro to maintain tho work of this campaign with popular subscrip tions of Ono Dollar oach from Repub licans. To each subscriber wo will send tho Republican National Cam paign Text Dcok and all documents Issued by tho commlttco. Help us achlovo a great victory. JAMES S. SHERMAN, Chairman. P. O. Rox 20C3, Now York. "Shall There De a Duty on Hides?" Is tho tltlo of tho third document of tho congressional campaign ot 190C, Issued by tho American Protcctlvo Tariff League Tho pamphlet is a re production of tho speech ot Hon. Fran cis E. warren. U. S. senator of Wyo ming, beforo tho U. S. senate Send postal card request for frco copy. Ask for Document No. 80. Addross W. F. Wakeman, Secretary, 339 Droadway, Now York. ANOTHER REMARKABLE 8EANCE HELD LAST SUNDAY. Remarkable woro tho demonstra tions nt a Sunday night's "test" moot ing nt Arnold-Dlckson's halt. Ono lady was told that sho was worrlod about a rolatlvo's eyesight, that It would bo re stored, etc. Ho had months ago been warned by tho medium to bo careful that an accident would happen to his face Ono lady nsked, "Shall I tako a trip for my health, and whero to7" "To California or Denver," answered tho medium. "Rotter to Dcnvor, slnco you can got a pass from to that placo, becauso ho Is employed by tho D, & R. O. R. R." Sho said It was cor rect; sho hnd not mentioned tho par ty's namo (which tho'mcdltim told her In full) nor nnythlng about his em ployment. Ono party was told that sho was undecided nt which placo to tako up her studies, and told whero she had been attending school nnd how long, nnd tho nnmo of tho placo bIio thought of going to. Also her full name Sho was n strangor llko tho ' rest. Tho spirit friends of thoso pres ent wcro described nnd their full nnmes called, and mossagos glvon from them. Tho lecturo was good, as was tho muslo by Prof. Allen. Como noxt Sunday night, ball 269 East Third South stroeL Consultation dally (207). Bell 'phono 2417-K. Salt Lako City. A DINING CAR Is one of the many things you con sider whon you aro trying to figure out tho best route East Tho dining car service recently established on the Colorado Midland, Is ot tho very J latest modern cars, and up-to-date In i every rospect. Tho lino runs through tho mountains all tho way, thereforo cool, and with tho Pullman Observa tion cars, , what more can you doslro? Loavo Salt In tho evening, spend tho ' next day tn tho Rockies. 8ALT LAKE & MERCUR RAIROAD ' CO. TIME TABLE. Effective December 10, 1905. Westbound. Eastbound. No. 1 No. 2 Arrlvos. Stations. Leaves. 11:15 n ni Mercur 1:45 p.m. 11:00 u.m Summit .....1:55p.m. 10:30 a. in Manning , ., .2:35 p.m. 10:05a.m.,,, Fairfield ...,3:13p.m. Loaves. Arrives.