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FLeep Your House dean and Warm by Burning CAMBRIAN COAL NO SOOT—NO CLINKERS CAMBRIAN COAL CO. T. C. OWEN, Pres, and Gen’l Mgr. 826 17th St., Boston Building BO6-1046. TO CHICAGO One night on the road —leave Denver 11:30 a. m. to day: arrive Chicago, 5:30 p. m. to-morrow —easy isn't it? Rocky Ntn. Limited Buffet-library, cafe-observation and standard Pull mans; free reclining chair car. Cafe car and diner for meals. * / N. L. DREW, C. B. SLOAT, City Passenger Agent, Gen. Agt. Pass. Dept. 800 17th Street, Denver. Convenient Connections at Chicago and K ogle wood for the East. THE JEWISH OUTLOOK MjUfftM Kullwny between Missouri lUver and Chlcosro. wHK If CKicago Special lW| MH|| Lv. Denver 4:20 p. m. Between the Two Cities, as 'well as the «M|B MOST LUXURIOUS ijffl IlufTet Library Car and Diner the way. Another good train 10:20 p. m. I I D. H. HOOPS, G. A., . • HAS OVER 4,000 MILES OF RAILWAY IN CALIFORNIA AND ADJOINING STATES = = Is the only line which tra verses every part -of Cali fornia. and by which all the great attractions of the state are reached. Has an excellent train service for both through and ■- local travel. Has a complete system of excursion rates, which comprehends nearly every point of Interest in the Pacific States. ALL ROADS LEAD To the Ticket Offices of the Southern Pacific Company For California Literature. Maps. Guides. Rates. Routes. Etc., giving more complete information, apply to wm. k. McAllister, cen’i agi 1112 Seventeenth St. DENVER, COLORADO.