mm 10 give a be service ' Denver & Rio Grande Officials Promise Changes in Train Schedule, THROUGH TRAIN FROM SALT LAKE TO RICHFIELD This, it Is Said, Will Be Gladly Welcomed h Richfield People. Special to The Tribune RICHFIELD, Nov 88. 11 la raportsd hero that tlir officials of th Denver Rio Grands Railroad company In this State have promised to do what they could In the way of securing chnnges In tbs schedule of trains along the Bttvler branch", whereby ;i more satlsfnctory service ser-vice may be rendered. It is snid that It Is, proposed by ihc company to rot:,ii. lish n regular pnssenger rnn through from Snlt Lnkc to Rfchfisld instead of Ma in I, as nt present This will do awny with most of the features which have caused so much annoyance In the past The mixed frdghi ami passenger service from Slant I smitii has made it Impossible Impos-sible for any kind of regularity to on had in the arrival ot trains H Is nif- promised that there will be better rolling roll-ing stock. In ths way of locomotives, soou. Stores Must Close nn Sunday. The City Council of this city ordered the enforcement of ths ordinance which provides that no house of business, except ex-cept such us are 1x1 mpted. shall remain open on Sundny This especially affects the barbers and meat markets of the town, which have been for some time keeping open during Sunday forenoons. Tendered n Party. A party was given recently In honor of Mrs Lucy Happier, Who has retired from the presidency of the primary association of this stake, a position which she has filled uninterruptedly for twenty-six yenrs. A banquet was held and Mrs. Heppler was presented with a gold watch.