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H ; 12 . The Sam? liAKE Tkibtote: Fmday Mokn-jcn-g, Janxtaky 1, 1904 II I
s CITY ANB NEIGHBORHOOD,
, I 1 E. P. Jennings whs tho only witness on
J i 1ho stand yesterday In tho suit of the Jx-
r cel3lor iron Mining- company against
I ' Jones and othort?. which Js now In progress
' ; In Judge Marshall's court.
') Tho "Woman's Republican clul) will moot
i. 9f Monday, January 1th. with tho president.
: M Mrs. W. II. Jonen, 231 South Third East,
3 All ladles Interested In the work of the
t! ff Republican party sire earnestly requested
'fl.t lo attend,
. t Regular services will be held this even-
i Jng at R o'clock at the Jewish synagogue:
. ij Tho subject of the sermon to ho delivered
3 hv Rabbi Rcvnolds Is "Reflections on the.
1 , ' Xow Season." The public la cordially ln-
, 1 i vitcd to attend this service,
i '. t Yesterday's local hank clearings
' t amounted to SG0.sSO3.12. The corresponding
dav oC tho week a year ago was the New
Year's holldav. The total of the month s
i clearings amounted to $17,243,4 ti.91, as
i against $19,30G,15o.5S for December last
! Ruth Sowle.s tho olcvcn-year-old daugh-
tor of Mr. and Mrs. M B. Sowlcs of 130
South Third East, fell on the Ice while
I Hkatlng Wednesday and broke her left
i arm. She was with her older brother at
the time and was brought home for li-cat-
I! John Bachman of Eureka, who wan
I -wounded In tho hip in a shooting affray
, i at that place last week, was reported to
Lo verv low last night, and while it was
I thought by tho attendants that he would
1 survive the night, no hope is entertained
I lor Ids recovery.
' . ; i Tho Gcrman-fipcaking public Is most
cordlallv invited to attond a service to bo
, held on New Year's day at Z o'clock at tho
) Swedish church, corner Second South and
! .' Fourth East streets. The services will be
.' I in German, and Rev. .1. R. Graebncr will
) preach the ucrmon.
' , J o o
! ft Watch night services of a solemn nature
' -were hold in St. Mark's church bust night
Tjv the Rev. Dean Eddy. Tho shorter form
1 of morning prayor was used and Holy-
f , communion celebrated. A falr-wlzcd con-
I, r grcgutlon was present and there was
; I some special music,
Herman Newman, a Finn laborer, 21
i years old. was brought to the county jail
I II yesterday apparently suffering from In
J 1 I sanity. He is quite violent at times and
i -was refused admission to a hospital. He
will probably be examined today, with a
view to his being sont to tho asylum,
! H The Zoo saloon, at IS West Third South
! ' street, was entered by burglars Wcdnes-
I ( dnv night, who carried off 1X0 cigars and
' I at "least a quart of whisky. Entrance was
I ( gained through an unfastened rear wln-
low,. tho condition of which was heforo
! unknown to the new proprietors of tho
I place. ,
' 1 i
, ' r Arrangements are being made to hold
I i m tho funeral services of Mi's. Maud Rose
I ,ii i J i the murdered woman, at the undertaking
I 1 ( I parlors of, Joseph William Taylor, 21
i i i South West Temple street at 3 o'clock
; ; ' Sundav afternoon. The religious services
V ivlll be in charge of Rev. P, A. Simpkin.
;i and the interment will be in the City cem-
11 j etcry at 1 o'clock,
i ; ' i
J All the carriers' windows at the post-
1"' office will' be closed all day today. The
3 ! carriers will make ono trip covering the
j entire city and leaving tho office at S.30
r i Jn the morning- Tho registry department,
31 the stamp window and tho gencrai de-
r livery will be open from 11 a. m. till 1
t, 1 ii. m. Tho money order department will
I be closed all day.
, ', The entries for the five-mile open race
. i; , at the Fair grounds skating pond this af-
! , tenioon at .'! o'clock are: F. JS. Myors. II.
V, E. Bernstein, Charles Crowlen, John Wil-
lla:ns, Halbcrt Clayton and Henry Wise
''- i At 1 o'clock Dr. Hugh Whytock, Clarence
' Ticeves and John Nelson will give an cx-
" i ! hlbltlon of fancy llgure skating at the
I V earhe place.
' 1 "
ft I1 Mrs. J. H. Jones has been collecting,
IP , money during tho past two days In order
u. to defray the funeral expenses of Mrs.
' ) Frank Rose, who wis murdered by her
i I husband on Christmas day. Thus far only
I 1 about $15 has been raised, and those why
t aro inclined are "requested to leave dona-
i lions at tha undertaking parlors of Joseph
1 ) V niMlllnm Tii.lr-
I?; ' Warrants wore issued yesterday bv CItv
j! I Auditor Reiser to the city officials and
', members of tho Council, police and fire de-
A partmcnts for their salaries for the month
I : oC December. The total amount of tho
I ! payroll was $9.5:J.0G, segregated as fol-
f lf lows: City officials, I3G35.CC: CouncllTicn.
' Iki ?'25: firc department. $1C'.0.15; police de-
r i fil paruneiit, $3501.25.
, j LI- "
If U Dun's Review says of, Salt Lake: "Retail
, 1 H business has improved with the usua
1 Jiollclay riLsh. though business is not up
, 1 I to expectations. ' Jobbing trade generally
i D is quiet, but dealers in certain linos arc
'm Mtlll cjulto busy with small holiday or-
t ; J ders. Collections continue slow and
I 1 money, while in fairly satisfactory supply,
MB is In good demand and rates are firm."
, j ' Weather For today, unsettled, wth pos-
1 Plbly snow Yesterday in Salt Lake, maxl-
, II mum temperature. SS degrees; minimum
,; 1 1 temperature, 13 degrees,
j ; Other Points. Max. Min.
i J ; Denver Clear.. ..5S 1a
I If Grand Junction Clear... ,-lc 10
I ' Helena Clear. ...as 24
I Pocatcllo Cloudv... 32 12
i Modena Pi. Cloudy... io
, fWlnnemucca Clear.. .U-I5 10
I1 ; ; KrrrjTSFOED hotei.
The one place for comfort and ele-
gance. Fireproof; telephones ia every
. rojom; 'modern In every way.
; ' I. T. Sharp Coal Company,
i j 1Z South Main st. Office telephone,
1 719; yard telephone, 622.
If jj CHRISTMAS RATES.
. jl Decomber 24th, 25th and 31st, 1903,
and January 1st, 1904,
, 1 Via Oregon Short Ldne. Good return-,
i : ing until January 4th. See Short Line
I D. J. Sharp Coal Company,
,S 73 South Main st. Office telephone,
, n1 ,719; yard telephone, B22.
" Swear Off
r; ,,( XTuIng cheap cigars, but use the best
'. ' Blue Point Pcrfectos aold by all deal-
r 1 ; ers.
', ,' 3. J. Sharp Coal Company,
' I 7S South Main st. Office telephone,
719; yard telephone, B22.
2 ; .
' 'I - : Uual Xew Year's day matinee and
'- , hall. 4 and 8.80.
' ( j I. J. Sharp Coal Company,
! ll 'i 72 South Main st. Office telephone,
J '' 719; yard telephone, 522.
( ; ,
'i Blue Point Perfecto,
' 1 ' Utah's Favorite Cigar.
r: Not how- cheap but how good.
V I MUSICAL.
' ( 1 , , 4 1USS GERTRUDE" DUNUP, ORGAN-
i?? and B-rUonc Vocalist, New Castle.
i Wyo., will be-open for engagement Janu-
, ajlf i 1H. Denomination of church no
1 ! 1 I objection, and up-to-date service guar-
v'' -ntoed, pim
FLORISTS AND SEEDSMEN.
SEEDS-GARDEN AND FLOWER
scoria. Ask for catalogue; send in order.
Cutflowcrs, funeral designs, decorations.
Schwarz & Helnecko, C-l 13 2nd So., 'phonu
33. C. MORRIS FLORAL CO.. FU
ncral dcBlgnB, ?1 up. McCornick bldg.
FJLORAL DESIGNS A SPECIALTY?
Richard K. Evans. S6 Main at. Tol. l. -
SALT DAKE-HUDDAIIT FLORIST
Co. Largest greenhouse In tho west gl73
FUNERAL. DESIGNS AND AR
rangements. Tho Roscrle. 14S Main. Tel.
EBER W. HALL. UNDERTAKER
and Embalmcr, op. P. O., 110 W. 2nd So.
H. B. DAVIS, PLUMBING. HEATING.
seiver work. Tnl. 3371-Y. 12S E. 2nd So.
WE HAVE A BIO LIST OF ROOM-ing-houpcs
for sale and for rent. Sco ua.
R. 40 C3V W. 2nd So, p2502
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
structlon; large stock of latest chandc
Uers. Jnter-Mt. Elee. Co.. 45 E. 1st So.
FURNITURE. BUGGIES. ETC. S. L.
etorago warehouse, 4S E. 2nd So. Tel. 490.
WESTERN JUNK AND METAL YARD,
dealers In rags, scrap Iron, bottles, metals
and rubber, hides, pelts, furs, wool, bees
wax and tallow. 323 S. State sL and 1044
S, Stuto st. 'Phono 1S33-K, Salt Lake City.
UTAH JUNK CO. HIGHEST PRICE
paid for Iron, brass, rags, bottles, rubber,
copper, otc. C3 E. Sth So. 'Phono 2C9. bS12
CARPENTERS AND JOSEBR3.
ROY WATROUS, 67 E. 3RD SO. ELE
vntor and Joh work. Tel. 1675-Z. oS79
MRS. C M. TRIPP, MASSAGE AND
magnetic treatment. SoS S. W. Temple.
PATENTS FREE. CONSULTATION
office. 35 Eagle blk.. 2nd floor. dl040
DR. A. SCOTT CHAPMVN, DENTIST,
605-C Scott-Strovell bldg. 'Phono 1S54-Y.
NEW OR 2ND HAND; EASY TERMS;
in perfect condition; come and sco our
bargains. Utah Auto Co., 370 Main. TcL
SUITS TO ORDER, $15 UP. FIT GUAR
anteed. Sorcnacn & Larscn, 145 W. 2nd
NEW OR 2ND-HAND. CASH, TRADE
or terms. Sorenscn-Stoutt Co., 43 E. 2nd
PHIL HTDGIN. LADIES' TAILOR. 123
East 3rd So.; next to Knulsford. p33S
WHERE TO STO?,
THE MARKS, 72 W. 2ND SO.
transient and family trade solicited; apel
clal rate. . pgeg
MEALS, 25c: 21 FOR 54.75: ' HERALD
Dining Room, cor 1st So. and West Tom
HOTEL TELLURIDE. R"OOMS GOc UP;
rates by weel 22 K. 3rd So. p200
HOTEL HERALD; AMERICAN; 51.00
day up. Cor. l3t So. and W. Temple. o5?
SAPPHIRE STICK PIN SURROUND
ed by diamonds. Return to Kahn Broa..
230 W. 2nd So., and receive reward. p2IX
! BLACK AND WHITE COW. DE
horned. Return to 12C Mead st. Reward.
ONE WATER SPANIEL DOG. RE
turn 243 E. 2nd So., and roc. reward. p2517
ON MAIN STREET, BETWEEN
South Tcmplo and Third South, lady's
gold breastpin. Roward If- returned to A.
F. Philips, Tribune office.
SUNBURST AND ACCORDION
pleating. Mrs. JenncnB. 47 E, 1st S.j. m412
UTAH CARPET AND WALL. PAPER
Cleaning Co. Carpets cleaned on tho floor,
feathers renovated. 'Phone 1787-K. nll2
WE ARE LOCATED NOW IN OUR
new store, C2 E- 2nd So., and are carrying
tho largest etocK of new and 2nd-h'and
furniture, carpets, stoves and ranges In
tho city, and aro tho only furniture house
selling goods on Installments at cash
prices. Nebraska Furniture Co., 62 E. 2nd
South street. p2052
1000 HEATERS, BASE BURNERS AND
ranges, second-hand. Torrr.s to suit. I. X
L. Second-Hand Store, 25S S. State. ol303
PRIVATE TROUBLES OF WOMEN;
' confidential. Mrs, Dr. Bee, 14 St. Elmo.
1 PIANO TUNINQ.
TEMPEST WOOD. PIANO TUNER
and repairer. Addrcus Bccsley'6, 14 Main
I If Business Is "Worth Having It Is I
"Worth Advertising to Get It I
Begin the New Year I
... 1 904... I
Bv advertising and keep it up for every day in the. year. 'A 1
single brick will not build a house neither will a few ads I
build a business. 1
If you will use our classified ads con- 1
stantly for a while you will see your I
business grow 1
THE REGULAR MEETING OF
Lynds chapter No. 1, O. TO. S.. will bo
held this (Friday) evening at 7:W o clock.
Mary Grafton Wright, Secretary.
SOCIETIES OR LODGES WANTING
to mako a chunge should inspect the new
ly furnished and renovated Knights of
Columbus hall, Jennings block. For par
ticulars ce Stelzenberger. 15 W. 2nd So.
ARGENTA LODGE NO. 3 F. AND A.
M. At Masonic hall first Tuesday each
month. Members of sister lodges and so
journing brethren Invited.
NTED W. HEWTTT. W. M.
MOSES C. PHILLIPS. Secretary
UTAH COMMANDERY NO. 1.
Knights Temnlar. At Masonic hall first
Thursday each month, 8 o'clock. Sir
CHARLES F. JENNINGS. E. C.
J. L. WILSON. Recorder.
WAS A TCI T LODGE NO 1 F. AND A.
m. Masonic hall, second Friday each
month Memhers of sister lodces and so
journing brethren In good landing In-
a-t T A- BROWN, W. M.
A. J. LOWE. Secretary.
aM- JJnRTAIT LODGE NO 2. F. AND
jJl. 3IflPOnlc hall, second Monday each
month. Members of sister loricos md so
Journlng brethren In good standing In-vl-
n JAMES H BROWN. W. M.
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL. Secretary.
UTAH PHAPTER NO. 1. R. A. M.
v, m 'f(lnrsday each month. Mnsonlc
nail. Sojourning romnolnns Invited.
n W. M. RASH. E. H. P.
M. C. PHILLIPS. Secretary.
aEmATAH TFMPLE A. A. O. N. M.
a. Third Wednesday of each month. Ma
sonic hall at S p. m. All nobles sojourn
, C. F. JENNINGS. Potentate
A. BROWN. Recorder.
LYNDS CHAPTER NO. 1. O. E. S. AT
Mnsonlc hill ftrct FHdav each month. So
Journlncr members Invited
HATTTE J. CORNFORTIT, V. M.
A. ANDERSON. Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
DESERET CAMP 4W MEETS EVERY
Frldav nlcht nt S o'clock In Knights of
PvtMns '-nil "r.) Mnln street.
JOHN RUSSELL. Consul Commander.
T. E. NEWMAN. Clerk.
WOODBINE CIRCLE NO 41 MEETS
every Tuesday at I. O O. F. hall.
SILVER MAPLE CIRCLE NO. 103
meets every Tuesday at I. O. O. F. hall.
FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA, j
EVERGREEN LODGE NO. 151 MEETS
every Monilny nt T. O. O. F. temple.
J. U. ELDREDGE, JR.. F. M.
H. J. HESS. Secretary.
OQUIRRH ENCAMPMENT NO. 1.
Second and fourth Tuesdays. 8 p. m. I. O.
0. F temple.
UTAH LODGE NO. 1 EVERY
Thursday. 8 p. m.. T. O. O. F. temple.
SALT LAKE NO. 2. EVERT FRIDAT,
S p. m at I. O. O. F. temple.
JORDAN LODGE NO 3. EVERT MON
day. 8 p. m.. I. O. O. F. hall.
RIDGLET LODGE NO. ft. EVERY
Thursday, S p. m.. I. O. O. F. temple.
ENTERPRISE LODGE NO. 15. EVERY
Wednesday, 8 p. m.. T. O. O. F. temple.
FIDELITY T.ODGF, NO 17. T O. O. F .
meets every Wcdnesdav night at S o'clock,
1. O. O. F. temple. Visitors welcome.
S. J, WORMDAHL, N. G.
J. C. SMITH. Secretary-
REBEKAH-NAOMI LODGE (D. OF
R.) No. 1. Everv second timl fourth Sat
urday, S p. m.. T. O. O. F. temple.
MIRIAM LODGE (D. OF R.) NO. fl.
Every first and third Snturday, S p. m., L
O. O. F. temple. Rebelcahs Invited.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
MYRTLE LODGE NO. 1. EVERY
Tuesday, K. of P. hall. 231 Main street
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3.
Every Thursday evening, K. of P. hall.
CALANTHE LODGE NO. C. EVERY
Monday. K of P. hall.
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 23. K. OF P.,
meets every Saturday evening, 8 o'clock.
K. of P. hall. '
KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES.
K. O. T. M. SALT LAKE TENT NO. 2.
Every Thursday, I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
SALT LAKE CITY HIVE NO. 4
meets every first and third Tuesdays, 8 p.
m.. I. O. d F. hall.'
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
SAIrT LAKE AERIE NO. G7. EVERY
Friday. 8 p. m., 11 W. First South.
SEGO LILY LODGE NO. 252. FIRST
and third Tuesday, S p. m.. A. O. U. W.
S. L. COUNCIL. 1517. 2ND AND 4TH
Thursdays, Auorbach building.
' H. A. JOPLIN. Reg.
E. L. JONES. Sec.
DANISH BROTHERHOOD OF
and 3rd Thursday, I. O. O. F. temple.
; BY A MAN WITH NERVE. ABILITY.
I to rustle and some money, an Interest In
a small business that can be built up.
Address Y 47, Trlbuno.
WANTED A BRIGHT PROGRE9
plye young school teacher (elthor sex)
who has J200 to invest, to open a branch
office of our association in Utah. Tho
work will not Interfere with school du
ties, and tho right party can make 51000
clear the first year. Address, American
Tpaci1ors Association, 174 Randolph,
bldg., Memphis. Tcnn.; 1423 Arch streeL
Philadelphia. Pa. . pl393
4 OR 5-ROOM MODERN HOUSE FOR
married couple, or 3 rooms with bath for
housekeeping. Address P. O. box 334. pl!63.
CALL AND SEE C. BONETTT; BIG'
bargains In whiskies and wlneH. 10 East
First South. pD64
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
men s cast-off clothing, hats and shoes.
Send postal, 65 Commercial st ol(35
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
stove." See Matscn, 2-19 State. 'Phono
323-K. - h974
FURNITURE OR ANYTHING SEC
ond hand; nothing too large or fine. I. X.
L. 2nd-Hand Store. Tel. 490-2. 22S S. Stnte.
MEN TO LEARN THE BARBER
trade; S weeks complete; positions guar
anteed, tuition earned while learning; li
censed Instructors; growing demand for
our graduates; call or write for particu
lars. Molor Barber College, 02 E 1st So..
Salt Lake City. . r2S
MEN-ALL BARBER WORK FREE
at Moler's Barber College. 02 E. 1st So. !
GOOD CIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply at C16 So. Main st. r2l
FIRST-CLASS WOMAN 1RONER;
good wages. Call between 8 and 10. 112
E, 2nd So. r!9
HOTEL COOK. 75.0.
Hotel cook. S60.00.
2 camp cooks. JG0.00.
1 storekeeper hotel, J30.00.
1 pantryman hotel. $30.00.
Strode. 55 W. 2nd So. at rl
2 WAITRESSES. $20.00.
G house girls. $1.00 to $5.00.
Cook and second girl together, $6M
and S4.00 per week.
1 chambermaid. $22.00.
Strock. 55 W 2nd So. st. r"
Strock's Emp. Ag'cy, K W 2nd So. st.
HOUSEKEEPER. BY THREE SIN
gle men; give references and state wages
expected. Address H. B., Tribune. t r3C
$1000 TO $10,000 WE HAVE POSITIONS
open, paying salaries as above, for sales
men, mining men. clerical, executive,
lechnical. High grade only. Arc vou un
derpaid? Ask for nlan and booklet Han
iroods, buI'j F, 502 Pioneer bldg., Seattle
GOOD SOLICITORS TODAY: SALARY
or commission; lino proposition. 20 Rich
A GENERAL MILL ENGINEER
wanted, $3.50 per day; references re
quired. Box 1025. city. p2C32
YOUNG MAN PROFICIENT IN
shorthand, typewriting and bookkeeping.
Apply 201 McCornick block. p2620
WIS WANT A MANAGER AND
Held man for our S. L. office Snlary or
commission. Alaska Mutual Fisheries
& Ind. Co., Seattle, Wash. p2G27
S. L. EMPLOYMENT CO.. R. 39-40 NO.
C3V W. 2nd So. - P2-XS
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Hotel, restaurant and Iiouschold help.
Headquarters for !aborer.s. '
C5 W. 2nd So. Tel. 461-2 rings. o742
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
32S G street.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
479 3rd street. p2120
MEN ALL BARBER WORK FREE
at Moler'3 Barber College, G2 E. 1st So.
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; no washing. 75 M st. pllTl
GOOD COOK AT 737 E. BRIGHAM.
COAL MINERS WANTED AT GRASS
Creek mines. Coalville. Utah.
WANT ED --SITUATION.
A RELIABLE WOMAN WOULD
like position as housekeeper. 243 W. 2nd
BY MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN AS
housekeeper. AddrcsB rear 153 So. -1th E.
COLORED WOMAN WANTS WORK
by tho day. H2 E. 2nd So. p22S3
YOU CAN MAKE 20 PER CENT ON
an Investment of $500 to $5000, by calling
at R 404 Progress bldg. pl390
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
WOMAN SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN.
Lula Brooks, M. D., Constitution blk,
STOVE AND FOUNDRY WORKS.
STOVES. RANGES, CASTINGS. RE
newed and repaired; dealers In stovos and
ranges. Western Foundry, 242 Stato at.
'Phono 1C25-X. 01725
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
100 FEET FRONTAGE ON MAIN
street and a 0-room new modem brick
residence; lino barn.- shade and fruit
trees. This placo was built for a home
and was finished last summor, at a cost
of $C00O, Tho owner 1 anxious to sell
at a loss of $1000. You can buy It for
12V per cent net on money Invested.
A now double brick cottage, 5 rooms each
side, leased for $40 per month, very close
In Will sell It for $3500,
S2'xlG3 feet, north frontage, on 4th st.
near D sc., with 2-room brick and old J
U-room frame: ought to bring $3000. Will
sell It for $m
41x115 feet, east frontage, on Q st.
and 7-room modern 2-story brick rcI
donco, connected with sower, and a bar
gain at $3rG0.
S2JAX1G3 feet, south frontage, on Brig
ham st., with handsome, up-to-dato and
modern 9-room brick residence, good
brick barn, and surely a snap at $10.0CO.
Sco mo If you want to buy tho right
placo at the right price.
A. Rlohtcr, 39 West 1st South st., Tel.
CANNON & CANNON, REAL TolT
tate, Money to Loan Buyors. 24 E. So.
TO CALL YOUR AT
TENTION TO THE
FACT THAT THEY
PAPER IN SALT
LAICE CITY. THIS
PAPER IS CALLED
OR." IT CONTAINS
ABOUT 500 DIFFER
ENT PIECES OF
YOU TO CHOOSE
FROM. THE PROP
ERTY IS CLASSI
FIED UNDER DIF
FROM A CITY
HOME TO A RANCH.
IT IS FREE AT OUR
OFFICE, 15 WEST
2ND SOUTH ST.
10X105, WITH 6-ROOM MODERN COT
TAGE. 107 10th East, $2250. r4
YOU WANT THIS.
JYILL SELL A 3-ROOM FRAME
HOUSE, NEWLY PAPERED. AND
2S!,xl25 FT. LOT; NICE LAWN; ON 11TH
WILL MAKE TERMS.
THE REGE REALTY CO.,
ROOMS 16-17 OVER
l-rm. brick; 15x165 ft. lot: east bench;
fine location; owner must sell; bargain;
l-rm. mod. brick on Main st; $3000;
terms. . .
.A'Sm 7110(3 house; W. 3rd So.; casy terms;
Choicest 5x10 lot on Brlgham 3t. Mako
L. L. Goddard, under Walker's bank.
We arc authorized hy'Mr. J. S. Fordycs,
who has lately moved to the coast for
hLs health, to sell, without resorve, at
publlo auction to the. highest bidder, on
Jan. 6. .1904. his beautiful homo at No. 605
E. 1st,-South el.
It was built about 5 years ago at a cost
of $10,000. (This house could not be built
today for less than $13,000.) It Is a ten
room, thoroughly modern pressed brick;
very substantially built and on ono of
tho best corners in the city: the lot Is 63x
123 feet. TERMS OF SALE. 1-3 PASH.
BAL. 1 OR 2 YEARS AT 6 PER CENT.
Successfid bidder to denoalt $1000 pending
examination and transfer of title, which
Is perfect SALE TO TAKE PLACE ON
PREMISES JAN. 6. 1901. and the exact
hour will be announced lator We will
take pleasuro In showing any ono through
the houso, and supplying further any In
formation that may bo desired.
Open for Inspection daily between 1 and
2 d. m and 5:30 and 6-30 p. m, Sundays
between 10 and 12 a. m.
LTTTLE & LITTLE.
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
NO. 4 W. 2ND. SO. p2371
A NET 9 PER CENT INVESTMENT,
In property centrally located, where val
ues arc sure to advance; safer than any
speculation and much more profitable
than a real estate mortgage. Jas. K.
Shaw, under Walker Bros.' bank. p2312
6 FIRST-CLASS LOTS CHEAP; WA
terloo addition. Mrs. Swales, Ford hotel.
J. A. BROWN, REAL ESTATE. DES
erct Bank bldg.. No. 11 E. 1st So. Tel 277.
SELLS REAL ESTATE. MAKES
loans. Edw. M. Ash ton, 207 Deseret News
SEE GODDARD FOR REAL ESTATE
bargains and loans. Under Walker's banlc
WILL SELL YOU AT A BARGAIN,
vacant lots, a cottage or a model houso In
any part of the city. Jos. IC Shaw, un
der WalkerBros. bank. u207
WHOEVER BUYS PROPERTY NOW
In the vicinity of tho railroads will get
the benefit of tho rise in values, caused
by tho now railroads coming In and Im
provements on the old oncn, as well as by
the general growth of the city. We have
a few such properties to sell at former
prices. Take a look at the property on
Eighth West between Third and Fourth
South, whero the cement sidewalks aro.
Then see us as to prices. McGurrin fc
Co., 134 Main street. ol3S2
S. B. WESTERFIELD. CS-69 COM'L
blk. Houses, lots and business property.
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE INVEST
mcnt Co. Real, estate and loan brokers.
251 Main street.
REAL ESTATE. RENTS. LOANS. INS,
Hill Invest Co., 156 So. Temple. k615
SMITH & CO. BUY. SELL AND !
trade real estate. 218 Main st. 127S
RANCHES. FARMS. ACREAGE. BIG
list of our real estate paper free at office.
Harrington & Courtney. 15 W. 2nd So.
WE SELL REAL ESTATE. THAT'S
all. Tuttle Bros.. 149 Main; red ball signs.
THE FACT STILL REMAINS THAT
more homes are sold through my agency
than any other in the city. Why? Be
cause you aro treated right. Sco mo If
you wish to purchase. A. Rlcbter. 19
West 1st South. plOSS
REAL 13 STATE BARGAINS. U. P. R.
R. lands. E. J". Wills, 15 W. 2nd So. mlS37
PLACE TO BUY HOMES OR VACANT
lots. C. W. Miller. Ii2 W. 2nd So. o739
MOVING AND STORAQE.
REDMAN VAN AND STORAGE CO..
moving, packing and shipping. 'Phono 555.
Ofllce 126 and' 123 S. W. Temple. hl615
NEW OR 2ND-HAND. CASH. TRADE
or terms. Sorenscn-Stoutt Co.. 48 E. 2nd S.
NATIONAL CASH REGISTP2RS. OS.
car Groshcll, sales agent, No. 221 Main st
Expert-cash register repairing. Second
hand registers always In etock. nlS0
FOR SALE-1903 WINTON TOURING
enr, cost $2600; two WO hea lamps, , W)
worth extra tires, ail nrst-class order
J1S90, Colorado Automobile Co.,1510 court
Place, Denver, Colo., soiling agents for
Columbia 24-h. p and Knox IG-h. p. ea3;
ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PLADINGANE
practlco. complete, 3 volumes; cheap for
cash. Address A 34, Tribune. 1
1ST CLASS RANGE. 531 W. 1ST SO..
OLD ESTABLISHED CIGAR AND
confectionery store; good location. Ad
dress A 30. Tribune.
FURNITURE OF 4 ROOMS, COM
plete. almost new. 11 Wellington C0UG
A MOTOR. ONE-FOURTH HORSE-
Sower, alternating, good 03 new, cnjP;
17 Main street. pI
HACK. ALSO ROCKAWAY CAR
rloge; good order. 15 W. 2nd So., r001
best nnd cheapest. Globo M. I:icn,"e-rr
Co., 34 West Tempi o st. P1"
1500 FEET OF NEW PIPE, FROM 7 TO
9-Inch, cheap. F. A. Virtuo. 21C D. F.
Walker bldg. P"02
WALNUT PLVNOLA. GOOD AS NEW.
$175. Call at once. Dayncs Music Co.. 74
Main street P12-
FURNITURE AT PRIVATE SALE.
Call any tlmo next six days. No. 631 West
let North street.
RUBBER TIRE SINGLE BUGGY:
cheap. Dayncs, 75 Main st. . P
Upright piano, good as now, $145. Dayncs
Music Co.. 74 Main. jSTO
SNAPS IN FARM PROPERTY ARE
advertised right along in The Inter-Mountain
Farmer. Advertisers make sales, too.
WEATHER STRIPS AT RIVERS
Bros., 140 Main street olZIS
WATER SCRIP. M'GURRIN & CO..
134 Main. 02S45
OR SALE. 5-ROOM MODERN BRICK:
choicest orchnrd. Inquire 511 1st st. r25
4-ROOM .BRTCK HOUSE. 1NQ. 374 -Navajo
at.. Poplar Grove. r20
ROOMS FOR RENT, $7.50 UP; NEW
Suitable for "studios or ofTiccs; single
or en suite.
Apply, quick, to Cannon & Cannon. 24
East So. Temple. rli?
FOUR ROOMS: FURNITURE FOR
sale; snap; parities leaving city. 310
A 7-ROOM MOD. HOUSE. 377 E. 5TH
So., or . Inquire 30 E. 4th So. II. Blank.
7-ROOM MODERN BRICK HOUSE.
Apply 132 H st rS
NEW 8-R. RED PRESSED BRICK
cottage, bath, toilet, electric lights, etc,
7th E. and 12th So.; 15 minute car ser
vice; $20 per mo. Ashton, 207 Deseret
'News bldg., 'Phone 907-K. p2C2S
3-ROOM COTTAGE: CLOSE IN; NO
children. Inq. 134 W. Gth So. p2570
3- ROOM HOUSE ON WEST SIDE,
completely furnished, Including piano.
Other houses all parts, all prices.
Brown's In town. 11 E. 1st So. p2533
4- ROOM- BRICK AND SUMMER
kitchen, $10.00. Apply 767 S. West Temple.
NEW NINE-ROOM HOUSE, STRICT
ly modern, 263 E. 4th So. p2515
FOUR-ROOMED MODERN HOUSE.
565 West 1st North. p250O
2 4-ROOM MODERN- COTTAGES, 745
S. 2nd West 0 Floral avc. p2374
VERY CONVENIENT, NEW. MOD
ern, 7-room brick, furnace: 650 First st,
$35. J. Donnan Rcavls, 78 W. 2nd So. st
'Phone 173. p2342
4-ROOM COTTAGE; INQUIRE 331 1ST
4-ROOM HOUSE ON NORTHEAST
bench, January 1st Inquire 306 Consti
tution bldg. plS50
6- ROOM MODERN COTTAGE. BATH,
well located. Inquire Miller &. Vlele, Mc
Cornick block. Tel. 975-K. plSC5
3-ROOM COTTAGE TO TWO IN FAM
ily. No. 37 W. 6th South. plS03
9-ROOM MODERN HOUSE: GOOD
location. RusscI L. Tracy, 11 E. 1st South.
5-ROOM MODERN FLAT; NO CHIL
dren. Apply 533 W. 1st So. $17. pl653
NEW MODERN 7-ROOM BRICK. 1ST
and S. W. E. Ware, 62 Hooper bldg. pl-163
THREE ROOMS. 722 SOUTH WEST
LARGE STOREROOM ON MAIN ST.
bet. 2nd and 3rd So. Houston Real Es
tate Inv. Co., 251 Main. pl033
3 UNFURNISHED SUITES IN JEN
nlngs block for bachelor apartments. In
quire 15 W. 2nd South, ioom 28. pilOO
7 AND 8-ROOM MODERN HOUSE;
steam and hot water heat: close In. James
K. Shaw, under Walker Bros.' bank. nl5S9
TWO NEW THOROUGHLY MODERN
eight-room residences, Nos. 402 and 4lG
East 2nd South. Inquire at premises from
11 to 12 a. m.
STOREROOM, FINE STAND. FIVE
years' lease, excellent placo for bar and
billiard hall. Box 633, city. nl233
ELEGANT 8-ROOM STRICTLY" MOD
ern residence on North Main street
Frltsch, No. 12 E. 2nd South. n405
NEW 5-ROOM PR. BRICK; CELLAR
nnd bath; $16. Hubbard Invt. Co., 78 w
2nd South. o20S5
2 BRICK HOUSES. $11 AND $12 PER
month. Inquire 161 Oak st o2113
7- ROOM HOUSE IN PARK TER
racc. Inqulro U. U. Hlskey. 201 McCor
nlck blk. pl7
NEW SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE. EAST
s'do; furnace heat, sower, electric lights
bath, cement sidewalks; $30 per month'
Home Trust & Savings Co, 6 W. 1st So!
SEVERAL DESIRABLE HOUSES J
Donnan Reavls. 73 W. 2nd So. 'Phone 173!
20 HOUSES. ALL KINDS. PRICES
and locations. Tuttle Bros., 149 Main st
-rTETW"SOIE HOUSES TO RENT
Hill Invest Co., room 40. 63ft wT 2nd So!
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE WITH BARN
on east side. Jas. K. Shaw, under Wai
PALMS READ FREE BY ARVOT -n
street0" Br3" 206 cst Second Soh"
I . DC20
SALAZAR; SEND HAND IMPRES
SS5c.J qBUoex3t7Q3?.S' 10 CCnt8- APP'"tmes
BIG BARGAINS SEWING W
chinos Second-hand machines. $2 to'm'
all modern improvements, 4Vi a 8BT;H
LARGE FRONT ROOM, FUPBSS
heat, private board. 20S w 2nd So IBSBk
1 LARGE FURN. ROOM, TAQWL
for one or two persons, with boani , x. WP
9c5 E. 1st So. 0dra' Icq.
FURNISHED ROOMS; HOUSEIO
Iiig If desired. 4C3 S. Stnte st. hjKREp. I,
2 OR 3 HOUSEKEEPING p7" Iffllll
pantry and closet. 252 S. 4th West 8' T
3. 2 AND 3 ROOMS IN SUITE IcirTr L' n
furn. housekeeping. ll E 2nd' So, Kf
2 ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKpT ft
lng. CO So. -Ith West st. 01fc.E. 'fc .
- 5-ROOM HOUSE. WELL vrT
nl8hcd, $20 per mo. 426 So. 6th East.
2 NICELY FURNISHED ROOMs" , ftjlj
modern conveniences. 167 2nd st. jjj 1111
WELL FURNISHED ROOM. WlflTT : ?
without board. 27 B. 4th South. p p
2 OR 3 PLEASANT FUR. JlQl
cheap, modern. 153 Dlh East p2j) ;R 1
FURNISHED HOUSE, 3 ROOMSAV f I
kitchen, close In. 37 Church st. ND fc.
2 NEATLY FURN. ROOMS lr " f"
light housekeeping. 435 E. 3rd So. 1
2 ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPrvTT Ja
hot, cold water, bath. C63 3rd East pifcj 9
2 MODERN ROOMS. FURN. OR mT ' T
furn.; housekeeping. 437 E. 3rd South. f
SUITE OF ROOMS OR SINGLE In- ' 6 '.
nl tractive home; closo In. oxccllcnt tawl E
board If desired. 'Phone 1324-X. pi' Jt-1.
PLEASANT HOME FOR TWOOR 'I
four; board rcusonablc. 247 E. Brlgham. .
5-ROOM HOUSE; MODERN; CLOSE 9S
In; pavement; car line; $35 per mo. w
W. Hall. Jeweler. vt$- , JV
2 FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH OPf!
jvithout board. K7 So. Main. pj
NICELY FURN,, LARGE FRONT It'
room, private lamny. ji is. ;md So. pUj; f,
TWO NICE ROOMS: STEAM HEAT i":i
cloctric light 353 West 5th South. 9 i
1, 2 OR 3 FURNISHED ROOMS FOIL
housokecplng. 44 N. 2nd West.
FURNISHED ROOMS. M SOUTU if
VERY NICELY FURNISHED ROOM f"
for gentlemen or man and wife. 55 Firat k's
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT &
housekeeping; also rooms with or with- -i
out board. S31 East First So. p5j 8
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITn B. E.
Hartwell. real estate and mining Invest- to-'
ments. Quick returns. No. 11 Eaglo blk fit
NICELY FURN., LARGE FRONT
room, privato family. 251 E. 2nd So pl&
2 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, $10; 3
rooms, ground lloor. 315 S. W. Temple. Dt
. : &
2 ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING. 3) 4fr,
So. 1st West oT,U V
ROOMS. WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD, .are"'
Modern; furnaco heat 225 W. 5th So.
HOUSEiaOEPING ROOMS. S34 CAN. J.?'
non st: ono block west R. G. W. dopot f-3
BOARD AND ROOIVI3.
1 IN SHAW TERRACE, 23 WEST iS
2nd South. n ?
LARGE FRONT ROOM. wTtAK
board, for 2. 137 N. W. Temple. rJi!
NICE ROOMS WITH BOARD. FORlWif
gentleman; privato family $4.50 per wcekJfi
C6 E. 1st North. p211rjP
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD;
421 S. West Temple. P23T3 g
TWO PLEASANT ROOMS. WITH
board; new modern house. 334 S. 6th East.
- ei m
IN MODERN HOUSE; STEAM HEAT, .'qc
Would tako six students. 167 W. 1st So. p
LARGE FRONT ROOM, WITH POR-
celaln bath; 1st floor; with or without
board. 365 E. 3rd South. pl7S5 Jro
BEAUTIFULLY FUR. ROOMS. EX- t
cellent board, steam heat 124 S. 6th East lBr
5-ROOM MODERN HOUSE -163 SO. !
3rd East. 5
WANTED THREE GENTLEMEN AS itift
day boarders. $3.50 per week. 66 E. 1st No. fc
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS; MOD
crn. with board; reasonable rates. 73 3. ","
1st West, corner 1st South and 1st West
MONEY TO LOAN.
F. G. WOOD, $10 TO $500. FURNITURE. $1
horses, etc,;, easy terms. 149 Main, R. 310.' I'cre
ON CHATTELS OR REAL ESTATE- jfi;
any amount, any time. O. F. Peterson,
53 W 2nd So.
$10 to S25.CC0 ON REAL ESTATE OR 1
chattels. Equitable Loan and Invest Co., if
W. 2nd So. p H
ON ANY PROPERTY"; YOU RETAIN if?
possession. The Stringer Co., 70 W. 2nd S.
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS. EL- .V-
mer E. Daiilng i Co.. 6 W. 2nd So
$1000 TO $50,000. ONE TO FIVE YEARS:
farm or city property. James K. Shaw, . tjj,,
under Walker Bros. bonk.
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS. Pv
Miller & Viele. 303 McCornick bldg. RJJ
ON FURNITURE. PIANOS OR GOOD tii ,
security, without removal; private. E. 1. lU
Stolzenbergcr, 15 W. 2nd So., room 2S. fcl
CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. 6 AXD
7 per cent J. L. Perkcs, 156 S. W. Temple.
MONEY LOANED PRIVATELY. V-i 1
On furniture, pianos, etc , to salaried peo- e' 1
pie. without security, on your note; eas iiy ,
payments; strictly conlldcntlal. Cherry. ,jw
'.07 D. F. Walker bldg. ol517
YL. L, TRACY. 11 E. 1ST SO,. LENDS jy,
money; no commission, expcnBe or delay. aiit
WE LEND MONEY TO BUILD
houses. It is not necessary to havo tne . j
houso built first We -will advance tha m
money as tho house progresses. Lpweat
rates. Part payment any time, and Inter- n,tr
est reduced accordingly. McGurrin & to. an
134 Main street "" ft 1
OPTICIAN 3. J"
COLUMBIA OPTICAL CO.. 260 MAIN 'Mfs
Wholesalo and retail manuf. optlclaas. uoi
NEW OR 2ND-HAND; CASH, TRADB flR
or terms. Sorenscn-Stoutt Co.. 42 E. -" 'a
WE TELL EVERYTHING YOU WISH M
to know, name included, without K""; Brsta
tiueslions. Free It we fall. 206 T cat -iw
South st. rZ flftee
FULL FORM MATERIALIZING SB- !
anco Sunday night. All can see and . tn j..
with their spirit friends: any Jn.cu' '
Evcit one welcome. Arnold-Dlckson
20C W. 2nd South st., corner house. r ,