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AN EDUCATIONAL EXCURSION TO UTAH
w The Mountain Walled Treasury of the Gods.
That all members of tho N. E. A. and thoir friends may have an opportunity to visit Utah, that won
derland of health, wealth and ploaBuro, boforo returning to thoir eastern homes from tho Donvor mooting in
July, tho Rio Grande Wostorn Railway, "Sconic Lino of tho World," in connection with tho D. &. R. Q. and
Colorado Midland lines, will mako tho unusually low rate of $20.00 for tho round trip, Donvor to Utah, in
eluding tho grandest scenic rido in tho world and a visit to
-oxcollont fresh wator bathing, fishing and hunting.
JPVO'VO) a beautiful city on Utah Lake
Salt Lake City
Mado famous by its historical and religious associations u pioturooqu 3 city of health and ploasuro
Sanitarium, Warm Springs, Hot Springs and Sulphur Springs, within tho city limits a plungo into
tho Groat Salt Lake at Saliair Beach, the Dead Sea of America; tho wator contains 23 per cent moro
salt than tho Doad Sea of tho Holy Land impossible to sink tho most invigorating baths in tho
world hoadquartors of tho Mormon Church, Tomplo and Tabernacle. Salt Lako City is also a city of
boautitul homes, drives, parks pnd canyons. Its climato is unsurpasBod, having aB it (loos 325 days of
sunshino in ovory year. A modern city hommod in by snow-capped mountains. Military post threo
A thriving city of modorn ontorpriso and progress Hot Thermal SpringH within oasy access a sani
tarium in itself picturesquo drives through canyons of wondorful natural rugged boauty a city situ
ated at tho foot of tho Wasatch Mountains. Hundreds of points of interest to tho travolor, tourist,
teacher and student.
No One should miss this opportunity to visit Utah and enjoy tho sconory of tho Rocky Mountains and
kindred ranges. No European trip compares with it in variety and grandeur of scenery, and wealth of
novol interest and study.
TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE at Kansas City, Omaha, St. Josoph or Sioux City on July 5, G, 7 and 8 to
Ogdon or Salt Lako City and return at through excursion rato of $.'9.00. Proportionate rate from
Chicago, St. Paul, St. Louis and all eastern points. Tickots purchased at this rato w.'ll bo good for
stopovor at Donvor, Manitou, Glonwood and all points of interest in Utah. Those who have purchased
tickots to Donvor and rolurn may obtain oxcursion rato of $20 Donvor to Ogdon or Salt Lako and ro-
bor illustrated pamphlot, "Utah, Tho rromisecl Jiancl," write to
F. A. Wadlkkiii, Salt Lako City, Utah.
turn on July 10th to 14th inclusive.
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