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v f- - ' "v- ONLY $45.05 ROUND TRIP (j)Rooni8 5 and 6 Walker Bank Bulld-Ing. Salt Lake City. With Dr. Hector Griswold for th OGDEN AND SALT LAKE CITY TO NATIONAL MINING CONGRESS, EL PASO, TEXAS. Human Brain at Mercy of Scientists DR. E. C. FAIRWEATHER, ) FROM J past three years. . .T.r.y.Y.r.ry.yx) v VIA 1 ( ( f R. H. Officer & Co., Assayers and Chemists. 8. $7. Temple SL, Balt 169 Lke City. Write for Mailing Sacks. The Quick Line to the Southwest. J" other rates from Corresponding points. Dates of sale November 10th and 11th. Final return limit December 25th, 1905. ftjXifeXsXsWt For information regarding train service and cheap rates, for side trips to Old Mexico and other territories, see or write, C. F. WARREN, General Agent. ; F. M. BISHOP, A88AYER. 120 W. Snd South, Salt Lake C!ty. Opposite Fostofflce. Mailing Sacks Furnished. .o;o.o;o:o: CYRUS The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company. 411 Dooly Block. Salt Lake City, Utah. GATRELL G. & Attorney Counselor. 419 D. F. Walker Building, Salt Lake City. THOMPSON REAL ESTATE CO. We Buy, Sell and Trade Real Estate. We have a large list of farms and elty property, vacant and Improved, cheaper than any other Arm. Call and see us. 63 West Second South SL, Salt Lake City. Central road Rail- from Omaha to Chicago. First-clas- s service also between Omaha and and Chicago and St. Louis, as well as all points In the South and SoutheabL For full Information call on or write J. A. FOLEY, Commercial Agent. No. 75 West Second South Street. 32T Xbrough Servloo 0t7louis w THt AND mlEXST VIA Uissouiti Pacific THROUGH SCENIC COLORADO X BPULLI1AN X i BU SLEEPING CARS. OBSE RVATION DINING CARS. El:ctrio Fans. Cars Reclining Chair Mill). vo-oa- a Coaohu. ti RrtsflS,TWit, ilL,lNw Folder. From away out at Calgary, In the northwest territories of Canada, into which we are Informed that Americans from our northwest are pouring stream, comes an admission a newspaper admission which will be read with Interest and pleasure by the friend9 these American settlers have left behind them under the stars and stripes in NeLates and Best Rolls and Records. braska, Iowa and Minnesota, says 1 ,1 the Boston Transcript. The admis5 sion comes in the form of a com9 plaint from the Calgary Herald that The Popular Music House, 46 So. In Calgary and other western Cana'Main St., Salt Lake City. dian cities the newspapers of Chicago, New York and Minneapolis are found In greater numbers than those of We have added the Chase & Baker Piano Player, Victor Talking J Machines, with a choice selec- J tion of the J CUDOTRIO LIGHTS. M(,ItTF So day PIANOS. T i in one continuous Beesley MusicCo. M. O.TO VNSfND, Bell Tel. 755. Ind. Tel. 755. DR. ALVAH LEWIS. SALT LAKE PR1 VATF "q"ital. r ,f r !. x ft . . - M ft 5 FIVE TRAINS M The Rock Island System now offers a X choice of five daily trains from ColoX rado to Eastern paints. THREE of them are for Omaha and Chicago, and the other TWO for Kansas City and SL Louis.. The equipment is new and X and a dining car on every X X train.. All leave at convenient hours. X Let us figure on your trip. A folder and full information from X General A9ent. E. DRAKE, Dlst Pass. Agent, X 800 17th Street, Denver, Colo. G. A. BIBLE, Trav. Pass. Agt.,5 or 100 West Second South SL, j te ft. THE TOURIST'S FAVORITE ROUTH FAST FLYERS DAILY Puzzle for Scientists to Worry Over Under Another Flag. lUSIsS? liiSSODBl ., under this drugs agreeable half-hou- r spell. Suppose I wanted you to see a lovely dream city, with young men and maidens In white robes pacing the courtyards of marble palaces. I would give you opium and, seated In your office chair, you would see and remember pretty much what I wanted you to. Afterward you would say, if ! had given you the opium secretly, Well, there is something In ghost stories, after all. If I had an enemy and wished to drive him to suicide I would give him Hasheesh hasheesh on, the quiet. creates visions of horror. In hasheesh dreams great apes strangle fair blonde women. Ruffians murder helpless old clergymen. Wild beasts, leaping on caravans, carry oft in their mouths babies and little children. Cannibals hold in the depths of primeval forests orgies Indescribably obscene. By whacking you on a certain part of the head I could make you smell phantom odors. A whack in another place would make you hear phantom A whack in a third place sounds. would give you phantom sensations of cold. "Therefore, dont have a superstitious belief in ghosts or hallucinafor tions, ended the psychologist, any scientist can make them to your order while you wait. but at a point 50 feet from the surface brought up against the east wall of the shaft The same would be the case were a man to fall into the shaft. 'While It would mean sure death, the body, badly torn, would be found lodged In the timbering on the east side. Members of the faculty of the College of Mines are now engaged in experiments with a view of developing data as to the thickness of the earths crust. It Is not hoped to solve the perplexing problem of the distribution of the earths matter, but it Is hoped to add to the information collected concerning It. To this end the Red Jacket shaft presents advantages possessed by no The other place In the universe. deep shafts In other parts of the country and In foreign lands generally began at an altitude and end above or very little below the sea level, whereas at the Calumet mine the Red Jacket shaft starts In a comparatively low altitude and pierces the earths crust deeper and further below the ocean level than any other in existence. It is hoped within a year to be able to give some Intelligent information regarding the Investigations. Lake Linden correspondence St Paul Dispatch. eastern Canada that Is than the newspapers of Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax and St. John. This preference for American newspapers may be disappointing and a little discouraging to the Calgary Herald. But is it not natural? The CHOICE OF ROUTES. THROUGH . i .x T' JX HL .'7, b V v v. , k s C s tfj 'V'K 'A'v F , k 4 p. vj a United States Soldier Admits Good Qualities in Little Brown Man Whom He at First Rather yi Looked Down On. ' . - v f ;t -- rh 47.' erv'V Yv-- x '' ft " '1 J. h vi " I F v'' J.v3 'Wi .. Special Attention given SURGICAL and OBSTETRICAL CASES. THE ONLY STRICTLY PRIVATE HOSPITAL IN THE STATE. No. 352 E. 1st South. Salt Lake City. Confession of Hank Jenkins, private United States Intanlry, regarding one certain little lighting man across the sea. Meets him first In Na ore rsnoker loans him some o my terbacker, He tills his little pipe with jes a pinch.o sort And I sort o' condescended, looked down all unbended, As a white man to a heathen, that's a cinch. , In a way But Jap he keeps that's el'ar begulin', ever saw. rat little you Perlitest And he hands me out a story 'bout his old-tiflghtin glory I takes tt and digests It In my craw. I, as a prize blower, this here , heathen Is a goer, Fer braggin he's entitled to the cake. And I, a foot above him, sort o some , fergits to love him (I hates to hear the spoutin of a fakai. Next time I meets this banty we JJs t marehin on his aunty, The lady what oer Chiny holds Ue reins; Thinks TAYLOR, ROMNEY, ARMSTRONGJCO. Wholesale and Retail LUMBER DEALERS tildren. I Diphtheria In School Attention has been called to. mis fact that there is an observable i in diphtheria cases amob school children almost Immediate! j upon their return to school after th holidays, and a gradual decrease a the term advances. This Is accounte for by the fact that during vacation the drainage is Imperfectly attendeto, but with the opening of schoo 3 1 Corner South Temple and 2d West St. SALT LAKE CITY - - UTAH SIFFPn TOURIST OP ni Free Reclining Chair Cars. Dining Car Service a la carte on all through trains. address14 Booklet, et L A. BENTON, G. A P. XX T.attr CITY, UTAH . BALT xzttzizttzzztztiii TO CALIFORNIA AND ITS FAMOUS WINTER . RESORTS. . CATALINA. ORANGE GROVES. - PASADENA. 4- -f DIRECT TO CORONADO TENT CITY. Palatial Vestibuled Trains leave Salt Lake City 8:30 p. m. dally. '"-Vservation. Drawing Room and Standard Pullman Sleeper, Tourist and I Dining Americans who are in northwest Canada are there because land is cheap; and because they consider that In their particular lines of enterprise mostly farming and stock raising there are more opportunities than in the states from which they Back of all, too, have emigrated. there is the Inherent love of the for movement and change; for pushing Into new and untried fields, and meeting new experiences. These Americans on the other sida of the boundary line, in the northwest will undoubtedly make good subjects of King Edward. They possess the same qualities as the men who settled our own western states, and these qualities will come into play whether they are under the British or American flag, and will help ta build up the new country on good lines and on an enduring basis. It is, however, no disparagement to these newcomers in the Canadian northwest to say that they still cherish the institutions of the country which they left; and among those which can te practically cherished and carried along Is that great Institution, tha American newspaper. Car. FREE RECLINING CHAIR CAR. T-- Ask nearest agent for information on Pacific Coast Excursions, or write to J. L. Moore, DisL Pas. Agent, San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake R. R., Salt Lake City. Anglo- REMEMBER, IN TOURING -Saxon And It made us noways happy fer to take the dust o Jappie (The way the geiser hiked jes give me pains). Didnt pack no fancy dishes, jes' a bit o' rice and He leads us like a quarter hoss would race. So I says to Frisco Hazy, By the gods, the Jap's a daisy! Head him off and I'll say it to his face." Fer a year or so each paper tells o how he cuts a caper. Goes cheerfully agin the shinin steel. And jes' takes a pleasure dyin, which you know I lialn't And now to beg his pardon strong I feel. And to up and cap It clever he dont loss no bets whatever. He stops the little peace dove on the fly. He dont win no bunch o money, but I'm here to tell you, sonny. He gits the world's respect, and that no lie. Course I know this saint-eye- d Japplj is a boastful, chesty chappie. same he fills allers the bill. But jes the There is few can hope to beat him. and the next time that I meet him At Attention I saloots him, sure 1 will. Robert V. Carr. there is abundant flushing of pipes by reason of constant use. This theory is interesting when it is taken into consideration that a number of violent outbreaks of this disease have followed long dry spells. An ample supply of good water, with the free use of potash or good soap, would do much toward keeping not only diphtheria, but many other diseases, in check. YOUR TRIP EASJ THAT THE Line Oregon Short r r RAILROAD D. E. BVRLEY. C. P. B THB DIRECT CONNECTION WITH TH1 T. A. a S. SPENCER. UNION PACIFIC A.G.P.AT.A. THE OVERLAND ROUTE , XH1CH IS THE POPULAR ROUTB TO ALL PODffll COMUNINO gp 0 err KAT SPEED iot oral COMFORT SAFETY 201 T TNION MAIN ST. KJ NEXCELLED SALT LAKE C1TT, V I ' AMD TO ST. LOUIS WITHOUT CHANflB Changed Opinion He Formed in Haste 4 PULLMAN FROM OODEH OR SALT LAKR VvAWSWWVSA vfc BETWEEN-OGDE- AND DENVT1T? V Still Read the Newspapers from Home RAILWAY ' Ghosts, hallucinations pah! said the phychologist. I can make ghosts. You can make them. It is a mere matter of drugs and knocks on the head. What is It that does our feeling, rejoicing, mourning, hoping, fearing, thinking, for us? It Is a mass of fat, of phosphorlzed fat, two pounds In weight, called the brain. We study the brain continually. We get to know It better and better every day. And the time is now come when we can play tricks on It when we can deluge it with ghosts, poultergorsts, djinns, hobgoblins, doppelgangers, phantoms. With drugs administered in tcxlc or poisonous doses I can give the sanest man hallucinations. And I can pretty well regulate the hallucinations character, for one drug is known to cause one sort of presentment, another another and so on. , Suppose I want the bishop of Esk to see the phantom of a beautiful girl. I give him, then, belladonna. Belladonna In toxic doses creates fair pictures of comely persons. The bishop of Esk, I assure you, would have an Article Dropped In Calumet THE KEELEY CURE. Mine Shaft Always Found Cured. Drunkenness Clinging to East Side InvestA positive and permanent cure tot igation Going On. drunkenness and the opium diseases. There Is no publicity, no sickness. LaIt Is an Interesting scientific fact, dles treated as privately as at their own homes. The Keeley Institute. 834 and one not generally known, that W. So. Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah. nothing that falls from the mouth of the deepest mining shaft In the world WINDSOR. ever reaches the bottom. This has EUROPEAN HOTEL. been demonstrated at the famous Red Salt Lake City. Jacket shaft of the Big CalumeL The Located In the heart of the city. article, no matter what shape or size Rate Reasonable. It may be, is Invariably found clinging Light, airy, clean rooms. First-clas- s to the east side of the shaft. Electric In every respect Steam heat, One day a monkey wrench was Lights. dropped, but it did not get to the bottom. It was found lodged against GLADSTONE HOTEL. the east side of the shaft several hunMrs. A. M. Marshal, Prop. dred feet dewn. This incident comtit South Main Street. Salt Lake City ing to the attention of the Michigan Neatly furnished Rooms by the Day, College of Mines, it was decided to Week or Month. make a careful test of the apparent Rates, 60 cents to $1.50 per day. phenomenon. It was decided best to Special rates by the day, week or use a small but heavy spherical body, month. and a marble, tied to a thread was While In Salt Lake get your teeth suspended about twelve feet below the mouth of the shaft. When the flzed at marble was absolutely still, assuring THE EASTERN PAINLESS DENTAL that It would drop straight down, the COMPANY. thread was burned through by the First-clas- s work, a full guarantee flame of a candle. The marblEeJl. and courteous treatment to alL Note a few of our prices. Full set of teeth, $5.00. Solid gold crown, 22k., $5.00. Bridge work for tooth, $4.00 Absolutely painless extraction. American Settlers In Northwest Rooms 9, 10, 11, 12 Galena Block. Canada Stick to Their Favorite Entrance, 69 E. Second South. Newspapers Though Dwelling To be assured of a pleasant trip east, purchase your tickets via the Illinois Ghosts and Hallucinations Easily Made to Order While You Wait Mero Matter of Drugs and Hard Blows. 4M VTAg. J PACIFIC ROGRESSIVB X THB OVERLAND ROUTE ) :Name Your I Route East On your next trip East tell your local ticket that your ticket to Cliieago must read via the agent 4 liChicago.Milwaukee&St.PauI; Railway You will do yourself a kindness, securing the maxi- - $ mum amount of comfort at the minimum cost. Dou- ble daily train sendee from Ogden to Chicago and 4 from Denver to Chicago. Rate in through sleeping 1 cars, .Ogden to Chicago, standard, $9.50; tourist7, f $4. 5. Folders and complete Information free. Any ticket can ticket you East via this line. Ask him to do aent so. C. L S- - Williams, Commercial Agent, Salt Lake City.