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12 Tee BaijT IuAKf. TKiraraos: Ttxesdat Moemistg. JjOsdtary 5,"1904. 2
I II CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD.
1 i There will be u meeting: of tho St.
1 Pnul's Woraan'is guild .'u 2 o'clock thlo
uftfrnoon. 0 0
' i ! The Board of Education will meet In
regular monthly session In tho hoard
1 chamber at S o'clock this evening.
I Yesterday's bank clearing: punted to
J ?.4.S(a.30. Tho clearings of tho corro
I; spoiidlng day of last year .cre $1.1-3.-'I
! Tho State Board of Medical Examiners
h m? I in regular quarterly scnalon yestor-
i do?, and examinations for doctors cortlft
! cotes are being taken by flvo applicants.
I I I ! Hall. E. D. Bassctt and Potcr Wcb
i Ik! were brought to the county JaU from
' Bingham Junction yesterday by eruty
I; shorlft Bcckstead, to servo terms for va
! - b'rnncy t ,
Albert Nlcodcmus of Binphnm who has
been very ill-at the Keogn-Wrig ht hoy
Til ni for several days past. Is much im
SrovVd and will soon be ablo to return to
i 8 l,0,no- .
' The Ladles' Aid society of. the Central
Christian church will hold ,un all-day
, Sork mectln on Thursday of his week
in tho chureTi parlors. All ladles ot tne
! , congregation ,cordJully tovltcd.
State SuperintendenL of School?.
Nelson, who has been confined to hia room
with a bad attack of la grippe, has so
I far recovered as to bo at his office for a
I short time yesterday.
A pair of opera classes and an artUIcry
hadge were picked up by Sergt. Roberts
at one of the entrances to tho Taber
nacle, following tho 'Paul concert last,
night. Tho articles had been well tramped
in the mud, but it is believed are not en
IDr F. E. Straup of Bingham is JU In
this city, suffering from an Infected
i thumb. It was necessary to ',mput,t0,,n
part of the' thumb, but U Is thought by
1 ihe attending physician that Dr. btraup
will suffer no further trouble on account
of the inflammation.
Jolin Mahan of Denver, on behalf of
nn incorporated company, is negotiating:
for the purchase of tho saloon of James
Hogle, 171 South Main street one of the
' best-known establishments of the kind In
I the city. It Is expected that the deal will
be closed Irr-a few days.
Mr GlUen was discharged by J"Jee
Diehl yesterdav on the charge of bur
i glarv. It was" claimed that he stole a
number of hides from the Utah Junk
! comoany The court said he was con
Mnc'cd of Gillcn's guilt, but did not be
lievo a conviction could be secured In
th District court, hence the discharge.
Two more carloads of machinery for
the Guffev & Galley oil well operations ar
' ni'fd In tho city yesterday, and were at
' once sent out to tho scene of activity
i at Farmlngton. Manager Rumbaugh is
pushing tho prcpnrtlons for drilling with
i, all possible snood and it will be but a
I ' cry short time until actual prosress can
Suite Auditor Tlngoy will make an ap
portionment of State school funds within
I tho next few days. The school districts
1 throughout the State are clamoring for
1 , moncv, and Superintendent Nelson is re
J oelvlng queries from all sides. The
ainount apportioned last year was $280,000,
und that this year should bo a few thou
j!1 sand dollars In excess of thnt amount.
I ! Emma Bay. 10 years old, of 223 F street,
' and Gertrude Horslcy, aged 17, of 221 F
i street, have been missing from their
homes since last Saturday, and their pa
rents are. very anxious to learn their
whereabouts. It Is not believed that tho
I glrbx have left the city, but their rela
tives have been wholly unable to locate
them, and have asked the police to aid
them in tho search.
Articles of incorporation of the "Logan
Mercantile compnny were filed with Scc-
retarv of Slate Hammond yesterday. The
object of the organization is to carry on
I ; a. general wholesale and retail liquor and
nnu-char.dlso business at Logan, Cache
I countv. The capital s-tock of the com
pany is placed at 510,00-), divided into tOOO
i V shares of the face value of 510 each. The
i officers are: W. IT. Homer, president; W.
II. Hurst, secretary and treasurer.
u o a
A quiet wedding was solemnized In the
District court room yesterday afternoon
about 3 o'clock, when Deputy Sheriff Wil
liam Edwards took Miss Nellie E. Mc
! Donald for his bride. The ceremony was
i performed by Deputy County Clerk David
Smith and witnessed by Deputy Sheriff
W B. Booth and Miss P. Crowther. The
I couple ure both of this city, where they
have many friends, who will wish them
a long life of married happiness.
j The report of County Pauper Clerk Sa
blnft for the month of December shows
that $1655.40 was expended by tho county
in assisting the poor. This amount was
' distributed among 231 families, or 7E5 per
t sons: Of these 103 families, constituting
I GuS persons, reside In Salt Lake City, and
1 tho remainder of 33 families, or 117 per
I sons, elsewhere In the county. The aver
nge amount received per family was $7 12,
or an average of J2.ll to each 'individual.
I Assistant City Attorney James Ingchret
son will continue to perform his duties
I ns prosecutor In the criminal division of
i the Municipal court for one week. He
f will then be succeeded by D. O. Willey,
Jr , the Democratic appointee. Mr. Tn
gebrctscn has dissolved his partnership
with P. C. Evans and will open an office
of his own at -10 East First South street,
the Western Loan and Savings company
I building. Mr. Evans will continue to
I practice In the D. F. "Walker block.
I The forecast of the local weather bu-
reau yesterday of "generally cloudy with
j occasional snow" was more than verified,
I I thi snow feature having become a con
1 tinuanni performanco after 4 o'clock la3t
I oenlng. By midnight three or four
I Inches of "winter's mantlo" vas wrapped
) about Mother Earth, and the Indications
' 1 wore good for Hlelghlng In tho city today,
i The temperature continued mild, how
j ever, and unloss the day is cloudy tho
j wheelless vehicles will not be long in scr-
III A letter was received yesterday by Chief
of Police Lynch from Mrs. Eliza Koop
man of Grand Rapids, Mich., requesting
that she bo permitted to adopt tho little
! child of Frank Rose, the -wife, murderer.
I The lady stated that she had a. brother
1 1 named Frank Rose who joined the armv
thrco years ago and who had not since
brm Jieard from by his people, and she
believed tho murderer must be him. Boso
Ij was shown the lottcr by Sheriff Emery,
l and he stated that he had no relatives In
i Michigan, to his knowledge, and certalnlv
no sistrr there. It is hardly likely tha't
R Mrs. Koopman's request for tho child will
U be given serious consideration.
II. Weather for today: Cloudy with occa
I filonal snow. Yesterday In Salt Lake
I Maximum temperature, 3D degrees; mlnl
i mum, 27 degrees.
I Other Points Max. M1n
I Denver Pt. Cloudy. ...SO in
I Grand Junction Cloudy.. ..40 20
I Helena Snow. ...28 21
I . Pocatello Cloudy... .SO 20
1 Modena Cloudy.. ..SS 'jo
j Winnemucca. , Snow,...3S
I' ' Special: Modcrato cold wave Tuesday.
I. Temperature will probably fall 20 degrees
I by Wednesday morning. High wc3t wind.
H The one place for comfort and ele-
H cance. Fireproof; telephones in every
H room; modern In every way.
Let your neighbor know! At Marrl
H ott'a Market, this week only, home ren
H dered lard, guaranteed strictly pure,
H 10 cents per pound.
Not How Cheap But How Good.
Blue Point Perfectos,
B Utah's Favorite Cigar,
SMITH At 7CT West South Temple street,
this city. January -I, lf'01, of heart dls
oaso. Martha Ann Smith, aged 53 years
Native of England and laic of Poca
The remains will be shipped to Grants
villo. Utah, for burial Wednesday, tho 6th.
Friends can view the remains today
(Tuesday) from S to S p. m., at the fu
ncrnl chancl of Undertaker Joseph Wil
liam Taylor. 23 South West Templo street
HARRINGTON At Mcrcur, Utah. Janu
ary 2, 1K1. Mary, wifo of Tim Harring
ton, aged .'II years. Tho body will arrive
Funeral services Wednesday morning.
Notice of time and place will be given.
FLORISTS! AND SEEDSMEN.
GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS.
Ask for cat.; send In order. Cutflowcrs,.
funeral designs, decorations. Schwnrz &
TTclnccke, C4 E. 2nd South, 'phone COS. r30
B. C. MORRIS FLORAL CO.. FU
neral designs, 51 up. McCcrnlck bldg.
FLORAL DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Richard B Evans. 36 Main at Tel. 9GI.
SALT LAKE-HUDDART FLORIST
Co. Largest greenhouse In tho went gl73
FUNERAL DESIGNS AND AR
rangemonts. Tho Roscrie, US Main. Tel.
EBER W. HALL. UNDERTAKER
and EmbaJmer. op. P. O., 110 W. 2nd So.
MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES
R. M'KENZTE. MONUMENTS AND
tombstones, 1OT W. 1st So. Wrlto for
LADY'S WATCH; OWNER SEND
description to P. O box 70S D. . rlOO
PRIVATE TROUBLES OF WOMEN;
confidential. Mrs. Dr. Bee. 14 St. Elmo.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
WOMAN SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN.
Lula Brooks. M. D Constitution blk.
SUNBURST AND ACCORDION
pleating, Mrs. Jcnnens. 47 E. 1st So. rall2
MRS. C. M. TRIPP. MASSAGE AND
magnetic treatment 35S S. W. Temple.
MONEY TO LOAN.
ON IMPROVED OR VACANT PROP
erty; no commission or delay. Weir, 20G
So. West Temple. r.'57
F. G. WOOD, $10 TO $500. FURNITURE
horses, etc,;, easy terms. 149 Main, R, 3io'
ON CHATTELS OR REAL ESTATE
any amount, any time. O. F. Peterson,
53 W 2nd So.
510 to J25.000 ON REAL ESTATE OR
chattels. Equitable Loan and Invest. Co
C3 W. 2nd So. p742
ON. ANY PROPERTY; YOU RETAIN
possession. The Stringer Co., 70 W. 2nd S.
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS. EL
mer E. Darling & Co.. 6 W. 2nd So.
flOOO TO $50,000, ONE TO FIVE YEARS;
farm or city properly. James K. Shaw,
under Walker Bros. bank. p5Jj
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS.
Miller & Vlelo 303 McCornick bldg.
ON FURNITURE, PIANOS OR GOOD
security, without removal; private. E. F.
Stolzenberger, 15 W. 2nd So., room 2S.
CITY AND FARM PROPERTY, 6 AND
7 per cent. J. L. Perkes, IPC S. W. Temple.
MONEY LOANED PRIVATELY.
On furniture, pianos, ota. to salaried peo
ple, without security, on your note, easy
payments; strictly confidential. Cherry
;07 D. F. Walker bldg. e!517
R. L. TRACY, 11 E, 1ST SO., LENDS
money; no commission, expense or delay.
WE LEND MONEY Tci BUILD
houses. It is not necessary to have the
house built first. Wo will advanco tho
money as the house progresses. Lowest
rates. Part payment any time, and inter
est reduced accordingly. McGurrln & Co..
13-1 Main street. m!85S
ENGRAVERS AND DESIGNERS.
DE BOl'ZEK ENG. CO. CUTS FOR
all purposes. 27 W. S. Temple. r3S7
UTAH SEWER AND TILE PIPE
save you money. Langton Lime & Ce
ment Co. r29l
PATENTS FREE. CONSULTATION
office. CS Eaglo blk.. 2nd floor. dl040
TOU OAN MAKE 20 PER CENT ON
an Investment of $500 to ?C000, by calling
at R 404 Progress bldg. pl290
E. M. ONION, AXTCTIONEER, 12C S. W.
Temple. 'Phone 555. r3S9
WE ARE LOCATED NOW IN OUR
new store, C2 E 2nd So., and arc carrying
the largest stock of now and 2nd-hand
furniture, carpets, stoves and ranges In
the city, and are the only furniture, house
selling goods on Installments at cash
prices. Nebraska Furniture Co., C2 E. 2nd
South street. p2052
1000 HEATERS, BASE BURNERS AND
ranges, second-hand. Terms to suit. I. X.
L. Second-Hand Store, 23S S. State. O1303
DR. A. SCOTT CHAPMAN. DENTIST,
Scott-Strevoll bldg. 'Phone 18S4-Y.
NEW OR 2ND-HAND, CASH, TRADE
or terms. Sorenson-Stoutt Co., 45 E. 2nd
CARPENTERS AND JOBE3R3.
ROY WATROUS. 67 E. 3RD SO. ELE
vdtor and job work, TeL 1675-Z, pS7
BY A MAN WITH NERVE. ABILITY,
to rustle and some money, an Interest In
a small business that can bo built up.
Address Y -17. Tribune.
WANTED A BRIGHT PROGRES
Flyo younrc school teacher (either sex)
wlio has J200 to invent, to open a branch
office of our association In Utah. Tho
work will not Interfere with cchool du
ties, and the right party can mako $1000
clear tho first year. AddreeB, American
Tpnchers Ansoclntlon. 171 Randolph
nloc.. Memphis?. Tcnn.; 1123 Arch strcpt
Philadelphia. Pa. pl3C-5
4 OR 5-ROOM MODERN HOUSE FOR
married couplo. or 3 rooms with bath for
housekeeping. Address P. O. box 334. pll63
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
men s cast-off clothlncr. hats and shoes.
Send postal. C3 Commercial ct. olCGF
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
S.'jSyCS- Sco aiatscn. 249 State. 'Phonf
FURNITURE OR ANYTHING SEC
ond hand; nothing too large or fine. T. X
L, 2nd-Hand Store. Tel. 490-2. 23S S. State,
FIRST-CLASS. SOBER COATMAKERS
to work on ladies' garments. Kelth
O'Brlcn Co. r3Si
YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST JN GEN
eral housework. 221 E. South Temple,
GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work. S51 So. 5th East. r3D9
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
Mrs. J. II. Young, SS G st. r401
GOOD PLAIN COOK. APPLY MRS.
Geoghegan. 200 N. State. r2S4
COAL MINERS WANTED AT GRAS3
Creek mines. Coalville. Utah.
100 LOTS FREE FIRST 100 APPLT
cants sending stamp will receive deed of
a lot. size 25x100 feet, to advertise West
minster park, suburb of New York. 20th
Century Realty Co., 6 Wall St., N. Y.
A GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK. 39 G ST..
cor. 1st. r214
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 wrlto for particu
lar.;. Moler Barber College. C2 E 1st So .
Salt Lake City. r23
MEN ALL BARBER WORK FREE
at Moler's Barber College, C2 E. lrt So.
YOUNG MAN PROFICIENT IN
shorthand, typewriting and bookkeeping.
Apply 201 McCornick block. p2620
S. L. EMPLOYMENT CO.. R. 39-40 NO.
53f.-W. 2nd So. P2503
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Hotel, restaurant and riouschold help.
Headquarters for laborers.,
53 W. 2nH S., ifli-O lr...a 7J
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
479 3rd street. p2120
MEN ALL BARBER WORK FREE
at Moler's Barber College, 62 E. 1st So.
GOOD COOK AT 737 E. BRIGHAM.
JAPANESE, FIRST-CLASS COOK
and waiter, for hotel, mining or famllv.
P. O. box 131. Ogden, Utah.
YOUNG LADY. COLLEGE GRAD
uate, working daytimes, desires position
evenings, as companion or secretary, in
payment or part payment for room and
board. A 17, Tribune. r39o
SITUATION BY YOUNG MAN. WILlT
ing lo work. A IS, Tribune. r40l
BY EXPERIENCED MAN. AS STA
tionary fireman. A CI, Tribune. r405
COACHMAN WISHES SITUATION;
references. A 50, Tribune. r400
SITUATION AS VALET OR NURSE
by young .man; references. A 52. Tribune
MILLMAN, WITH 15 YEARS' EXPE
rlcnce In quartz mills (chlorlnatlon and
roasting, concentration, cyanide treat
ment. amalgamtlon. etc.) Is open for en
gagement as foreman or otherwise; good
bookkeeper. Apply to S 50. Tribune. r397
BY MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN AS
housekeeper. Address rear 153 So. 4th E.
COLORED WOMAN WANTS WORK
by tho day. 112a E 2nd So. p22S3
TEMPEST WOOD. PIANO TUNER
& repairer. Hold's, 51 Main. Tel. 2152-X.
WHERE TO STOP.
THE MARKS, 72 W. 2ND . BO.
transient and family trade solicited; spe
cial rate. ' p863
MEALS. 23c; 21 FOR S4.75. HERALD
Dining Room, cor 1st So. and West Tem
HOTEL TELLURIDE. ROOMS 50c UP;
rates by week. 22 E. 3rd So. p2O0
HOTEL HERALD; AMERICAN; $1.00
day up. Cor. 1st So. and W. Temple. ooS3
UTAH CARPET AND WALL PAPER
Cleaning Co. Carpets cleaned on tho floor,
feathers renovated. 'Phono 17S7-IC nll62
WESTERN JUNK AND METAL YARD,
dealers in rags, scrap Iron, bottles, metals
and rubber, hides, pelts, furs, wool, bees
wax and tallow. 123 S. State st. and 10U
S. Stato st. 'Phono 1333-K, Salt Lake City.
UTAH JUNK CO. HIGHEST PRICE
paid for Iron, brass, rags, bottles, rubbor.
copper, etc. C3 E. Sth So. 'Phono' 229. bS12
WHERE TO SHOP.
SPIDERLEG TEA. FINE 50C POUND.
Reliance M. Sz J. Coffee (best). .10c pound
Cream brand Coffee. 17Vc pound,
Intcr-Mountnin T., 7S W. 1st So. r3S6
FURNITURE. BUGGIES. ETC.. S. L.
storage warehouse, 4S E. 2nd So. Tel. 490.
SUITS TO ORDER. $15 UP. FIT GUAR,
anteed. Sorcnsen & Laraen, 145 W. 2nd
MME. A. SWENSON. VOCAL IN3TRUC
tor. the only teacher of Garcia, method.
Hours dally. 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. 'Phon
(ZhX- Caldor'fl muslo store. 11754
J ADDITIONAL j
I ... CLASSIFIED ADS ... j
! ON PAGE 11 J
FOR SALE--REAL ESTATE.
LITTLE & LITTLE.
4',txl9 rods, two fronts, with 5 good new
frame houses, now renting for $13.50 per
mo.. W. side near shop3, JC5C0. Or will
tado for vacant on E. side.
9-room pressed br. on 3rd st. near G,
por. bath, toilet In separate room, two
mantels and grates, natural wood finish,
E. L.. laundry with slate tubs, furnace,
so. front, a cheap plage for $X00.
S-room new pressed brick, furnace and
:tll modem improvements, lot 3x10, lo
cated 5 folks, e. of our office, JOOOO.
Little & Little. No. 4 W. 2nd So. j-199
THE GREATEST BARGAIN IN THE
city A 7-room modern brick on 1st st. ;
2 mantelH, furnace, bath, choice location,
on car line, close to line school This is
a Eacrlfice, easy terms. Prlco $4000.
C. W. Miller. 112 W. 2nd So. rl93
WHOEVER BUYS PROPERTY NOW
In the vicinity of the railroads will get
tho benefit of tho rise in values, caused
by the new railroads coming in and im
provements on the old one, as well as by
tho general growth of tho city. Wo havo
a few such properties to sell at former
prices. Take a look at tho property on
Eighth West between Third and Fourth
South, where tho cement sidewalks axe.
Then see us as to prices. McGurrln &
Co., 134 Main street. ol3S2
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
NO. 11 E. 1ST SO.
$2100 New 5-room modern. cO-foot front
by 125 feet to alley; close In; cosy
J3050 6-room house, e. 1., bath, 4x5Vr rods,
1 block from Temple. The ground Is
worth $4000. Splendid site for ter
race. To secure this you must act
J2500 Double house, e. 1., baths, halls,
porches, 4 rooms each sldo; good lo
cation. Terms very reasonable.
?5500 New doublo terraco on F street,
modern, rents for $55 per month.
$ 900 1-room brick. ' good barn, lawn,
shade, 2x7' rods, on West Side. $300
cash, $10 per mo.. Including Interest.
$500010x10 rods on B street, close In, 2
$2500 13 acres on car line, city water,
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
NO. 11 E. 1ST SO.. GROUND FLOOR.
J. A. BROWN. REAL ESTATE. DES
crct Bank bldg.. No. 11 E. 1st So. Tel 277.
ALL NEW FURNITURE OF FIVE
room house comnlotc; prlco for whole
$300. 05 East 7th South. r 393
2 HORSES, ONE ABOUT 1600 POUNDS,
cne about 1100 pounds; 1 single top buggy
and 1 set single harness, cheap. 750 Glen
avc.. 7th So. and 7th and Sth E. r215
WE ARE IN THE BUSINESS
A fine rooming-house. Steam heat;
money-maker, oheap. Also 7-rm. place
for $300 00. A cash grocery, fine bus.,
cheap. Nice confectloncrj A cigar store,
lestaurant and a lunch counter.
Wo must sell that grocery. Make an
offer to THE G. C. RICHTER CO..
And get that address right It's 11 Eagle
NEW FURNITURE OF MODERN
seven-room house for sale cheap; houso
rents for $35. 14S South 2nd West. r2J3
GROCERY STORE COMPLETE. WITH
delivery, $000; cheap rent, with valuable
le.'.se of store and residence; fine location
East side; a real bargain; must sell at
once. Address A 43, Tribune. , r233
GOOD HORSE FOR Jio! ANDER
son's Grocery. 520 E. 1st So. r230
FINE YOUNG TEAM; CASH OR
building lot. Goddard, under Walker's
PIANO. $125; GREAT BARGAIN. 3GS E.
3rd South. r2S3
FOR SALE 1903 WINTON TOURING
car. cost $2600; two $40 headlamps. $50
worth extra tires, all first-class order,
$1890. Colorado Automobile Co.. 1510 Court
Place, Denver, Colo., selling agents for
Columbia 24-h. p. and Knox lC-h. p. gas
oline touring-cars. r33
FURNITURE OF 5 ROOMS, CHEAP.
Sco Whittcmore, No. 12 East 2nd So. st.
FURNITURE OF 4 ROOMS, COM
plete, almost now. 11 Wellington court
' A MOTOR, ONE-FOURTH HORSE
powcr, alternating, good as new, cheap.
237 Main street pl392
HACK. ALSO ROCKAWAY CAR
riage; gocd order. 1C W. 2nd So., room 23.
OCCIDENTAL WHIM "HOISTS"
best and cheapest. Globe M. Machinerv
Co., 34 West Temple st pl75C
1500 FEET OF NEW PIPE, FROM 7 TO
9-Inch, cheap. F. A. Virtue. 215 D. F.
Walker b?dg. . pl462
WALNUT PIANOLA. GOOD AS NEW.
$175. Call at once. DayncB Music Co., 74
Main street p3122
FURNITURE AT PRIVATE SALE.
Call any time next six days, No. 631 West
Tat TCnrth ntrent
RUBBER TIRE SINGLE BUGGY;
cheap. Daynes, 75 Main st pS3
Upright piano, good as new, $115, Daynes
Music Co., 74 Main. 1S03
SNAPS IN FARM PROPERTY ARE
advertised right along In The Intcr-Moun-taln
Farmer. Advertisers make sales, too.
WEATHER STRIPS AT RIVERS
Bros., 140 Main street. 01213
STOVE AND FOUNDRY WORK3.
STOVES. RANGES, CASTINGS. RE
newed and repaired; dealers In stoves and
ranges. Western Foundry, 212 Stato st.
Phono 1625-X. o!72a
LADIES I CHICHESTER'3 ENGLISH
Pennyroyal PJlls are tho beat Safe, Re
liable. Take no other. Send 4c, stamps,
lor particulars. "Relief lor Ladles," in
letter by return mall. Ask your druggist.
Chichester Chemical Co.. Philadelphia,
SUPERFLUOUS HATR. MOLES,
etc., removed by X-ruys or electric needle.
Lula Brooks. M. D., Constitution blk. r223
PEARL OPERA-GLASSES, AT PATTI
concert; return to advertising department
Walker's store and receive reward. M. E.
BLACK AND WHITE COW. DE
horncd. Return to 12C Mead st Reward.
ONE WATER SPANIEL DOG. RE
turn. 243 E. 2nd So and rcc reward. p2517
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
, FOR $1100:
3-rooincd pressed brick, pantry, clos
ets. Lot 50x110 ft. to alloy, on Washing
ton av. near 11th East City water, car
service. Terms: $500 cash, balance easy
A C-roomcd pressed brick, nearly new;
pantry, closets, etc: on Lincoln av. near
9th So.; lot 33x130 ft; $300 cash, balance
A 4-roomed frame and lot 70x172 ft,
fenced: C5 fruit trees, all kinds, all bear
ing; lawn; house In fine condition. This
is a genuine bargain. Don't' fall to In
vestigate. FOR 52300:
A G-roomcd house and barn, lot 3x10
rods; near Sth East on 5lh So.; $300 cash,
$25 per mo. payments.
A C-roomcd houso and barn, lot 2&xl0
rods; house modern; shade trees, lawn,
etc.; within walking distance of Main st.
Wo have a big list of properties on our
Looks. The abovo are merely a few of
our many bargains. If you will call, we
shall bo pleased lo show you realties, and
wo know we can suit you.
THIS MAY INTEREST YOU:
LOT 100 FT. FRONT BY 10 RODS
DEEP. WITH 4-ROOMED HOUSE AND
SMALL STORE. THIS IS A FINE
PLACE FOR A ROOMING-HOUSE.
WAREHOUSES; ACROSS THE STREET
FROM PROPOSED UNION DEPOT.
THIS WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTI
Rooms 1C-17 Over Walker's Bank. rlS9
J J. H jll w I . .11.
AUCTION AT 2 P. M.
AUCTION AT 2 P. M.
We are authorized by Mr. J. S. Fordyci.
who has lately moved to the coast for
his health, to sell, without reserve, at
public auction to the highest bidder, on
Jan. 6, 1904. his beautiful home at No. 503
E. 1st South st
It was built about 5 years ago at a cost
of $10,000. (This house could not bo built
today for less than $13,000.) It Is a ten
room, thoroughly modern pressed brick;
very substantially built, and on one ot
the best corners In the city; the lot Is C3x
123 feet. TERMS OF SALE. 1-3 fASH,
BAL. 1 OR 2 YEARS AT 6 PER CENT.
Successful bidder to deposit $1000 pending
examination and transfer of title, which
la perfect SALE TO TAKE PLACE ON
PREMISES JAN C, 1904. AT 2 P. M. Wo
will take pleasure in showing any one
through the house, and supplying further
any information that may be desired.
Open for Inspection dally between 1 and
2 pm. and 5:30 and C:30 p. m. Sundays
between 10 and 12 a. m.
LITTLE & LITTLE,
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
NO 4 W. 2ND. SO. p2371
WE ARE IN THE BUSINESS AND
can sell you a nice 5-rm. brick, mod., for
$.100.00 down and bal. $20.00 mo. Wo have
others. Tho G. C. RIchtcr Co. Be sure
of that address; It's 41 Eagle blk. r219
MAIN ST . OPPOSITE NEW Gov
ernment building. Soon will be the best
property lh Salt Lake. It Is a bargain.
$1000 C-room brick, good lot, flowing
well, near car line, easy payments.
$1000 1-room brick, nice lot, shade and
$100 Desirable building Tots, southeast,
city schools and conveniences, easy pay
ments, real bargains.
E. J. WELLS.
15 W. 2nd So. St.,
Room 29. rl91
OAKLEY, 13 BLOCKS FROM TEM
plc, high, level ground, graded streets,
shade trees, city water, excellent car ser
vice, $150 to $250 per lot, $10 cash. $5 per
mo. Hubbard Inv't Co., 78 W. 2nd So.
4-ROOM MODERN PRESSED BRICK,
fine collar, 50x137 feet 31500; $150 cash. $15
per mo. Hubbard Inv't Co., 7S W. 2nd So.
SOME VERY CHEAP LOTS.
First monthly payment to bo
made when house Is completed.
A FEW VERY CHEAP LOTS.
2x7 rods, corner lot, city
water, largo poplar trees, 8
blocks southeast from business
part of city. $50 cash, $10 per
40x105 feet with right of way
on East 2nd South, two blocks
from University, $50 cash and
$10 per month, $G50,
Sx20 rods near 9th East and
Cth So.. $220).
50x135 feet to alley. 1st So. be- .
twecn 8th and 9th West; price
2U:xS rods on 3rd So. near 5th
Eust, $S00 per rod.
THE STRINGER CO.,
Real Estate. Loans,
70 West 2nd So. rlM
OAKLEY HIGH, LEVEL GROUND;
building up rapidly with modern pressed
brick houses; 13 blocks from Temple: $150
to $250 per lot, $10 cash, $5 per mo. Take
Oakley car on First So. st, or call at of
fice and sco for yourself. Hubbard Inv't
Co . 78 W. 2nd So. rlSS
A NEW HOME.
4-rm. cottage, pantry, closet, china
closot, all nice pleasant rooms, front and
back porches, bath, elec. lights with flx-
tiir3 vil!nw nlnp. n.itnrnl finish Insltlp.
coalhouse, etc., fine lotj,wIth alley In rear,
eltuatcd In splendid location on west side
near R. G. W. depot; $1500 for a few days
only. Easy terms,
L, L. GODDARD, UNDER WALKER'S
WILL SELL YOU AT A BARGAIN,
vacant lots, a cottage or a model houso In
any part Of tho city. Jas. K. Shaw, un
der Walker Bros. bank. u207
A NET 9 PER CENT INVESTMENT,
In property centrally located, where val
ues are sure to advanco, safer than any
speculation and much moro profltablo
than a real estato mortgage. Jas. K.
Shaw, under Walker Bros." bank. p2312
S. B! WESTERFIELD. CS-69 COM'L
blk. Houses, lots and business property.
REAL ESTATE. RENTS. LOANS. INS.
Hill Invest Co., 156 So. Temple. kC15
SMITH & CO. BUY. SELL AND
trado real estate. 218 Main st 1273
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
moro homes arc sold through my agency
than any other In tho city. Why? Be
cause you are treated right. Seo mo If
you wish to purchase. A. RIchtcr, 19
West 1st South. plOS9
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. U. P. R.
R. lands. E. J. Wills, 15 W. 2nd So. mlS37
PLACE TO BUY HOMES OR VACANT
lots. C. W. Miller. 112 W. 2nd So. o739
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE 1NVEST
ment Co. Real estato and loan brokers.
251 Main street.
SELLS REAL ESTATE. MAKES
loans. Edw. 2d. Ash ton, 207 Deacret News
NEW 9-ROOM RESIDENCE, STRICT
ly modem. 2C3 E. 4th So. st. "
NEW C-ROOM BR. MODERN TENE
mcnt; hot and cold water, set range,
electric light; nice yard with fruit tiecs.
cheap. -142 W. Stli So. st "
7-ROOM BRICK HOUSE. APPLY 102
10-ROOM MODERN BRICK, IS J ST.
$15. 4-room cottage, 13X So. Sth Last
$15, 1-room cottTgo, !J0 Jefferson st
$20, fi-room cottage, 21S So, 0th East.
$13, 5-room house. (770 So. W. T.
W. J. Halloran. 14 W. 3rd So. -43
7-ROOM COTTAGE, ENTIRELY MOD
crn, at 631 So. Main. r-'
COSY BRICK. 3 ROOMS. UNFURN..
electric light and water: no children, fur
niture for sale cheap, if desired. 42o E.
3rd South. r2'-
SIX-ROOM MODERN BRICK HOUSE,
with cement basement, 444 S. W. Temple.
$30.00 a month. R. I-C Thomas.
3 ROOMS, -136 E. 4TH SO., POSSE3
sion Jan. 15, $9. 5-room cottase in w a
tcrloo. on car line, $10. J. Donnan Rea
vls. 7S W. 2nd So.. Phone 173.
.1 MODERN UNFURNISHED ROOMS
for housekeeping. 412 So. W. Temple. r2CP
4-ROOM COTTAGE; CLOSE IN. l:
quire 9 W. Sth So. st
JOS. A. SILVER. 1-R. BRICK, RANGE.
E. light and bath, $15. TeL 456.
3- ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE, NO. 369
East 2nd So.. $18.00.
4- room modern cottage, $16.00.
6-room modern cottage, $20.00. ,
4 large rooms, cottage, modern, $16.00.
C. W. Miller. 112 W. 2nd So. rl97
6-ROOM COTTAGE. MODERN, 112 SO.
1st West Inq. Cunnlngton Co. rS9
OR SALE. 5-ROOM MODERN BRICK:
choicest orchard. Inquire 511 1st st ro
FOUR ROOMS; FURNITURE FOR
sale; snap; parities leaving city. 340
NEW S-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 Dcseret
News bldg.. 'Phono 907-K. p2C36
3- ROOM COTTAGE: CLOSE IN; NO
children. Inq. 1S4 W. 6th So. p2570
C-ROOM HOUSE ON WEST SIDE,
completely ftirnishcd. including piano.
Other houses all parts, all prices.
Brown's In town. 11 E. 1st So. p25S3
i-ROOM BRICK AND SUMMER
kitchen, $10.00. Apply 7C7 S. West Temple.
FOUR-ROOMED MODERN HOUSE.
563 West 1st North. p25O0
VERY CONVENIENT, NEW. MOD
crn, 7-room brick, furnace: 6S0 Flr3t st,
$35. J. Donnan Reavis, 78 W. 2nd So. st
'Phono 173. P2342
4- ROOM COTTAGE; INQUIRE 331 1ST
4-ROOM HOUSE . ON NORTHEAST
bench. January 1st Inquire 206 Consti
tution bldg. plSSO
C-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE. BATH,
well located. Inquire Miller & Vlcle. Mc
Cornick bloek. Tel. 975-K. pl30C
9-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. GOOD
location. Russel L. Tracy, 11 E. 1st South.
6- ROOM MODERN FLAT: NO CHIL
dren. Apply 533 W. 1st So. $17. pl653
THREE ROOMS. 722 SOUTH WEST
LARGE STOREROOM ON MAIN ST.
bet. 2nd and 3rd So. Houston Real Es
tate Inv. Co.. 251 Main. plOSS
3 UNFURNISHED SUITES IN JEN
nlngs block for bachelor apartments. In
quiro 15 W. 2nd South, room 28. pllOO
7 AND g-ROOM MODERN HOUSE;
steam and hot water heat; close in. Jamc3
K. Shaw, under Walker Bros,' bank. nl5S9
"two new thoroughly modern
eight-room residences, Nos. 402 and 416
East 2nd South. Inquire at promises from
11 to 12 a. m.
STOREROOM. FINE STAND. FIVE
years' lease, excellent place for bar and
billiard hall. Box C33, city. nl233
ELEGANT S-ROOM STRICTLY MOD
ern residence on North Main street
Fritsch, No. 12 E. 2nd South. n46S
NEW 5-ROOM PR. BRICK; CELLAR
and bath; $16. Hubbard Invt. Co., 7S W.
2nd South. o20S5
2 BRICK HOUSES. $11 AND $12 PER
month. Inquire 161 Oak st 02113
7- ROOM HOUSE IN PARK TER
race. Inquire U. U. Hlskey, 201 McCor
nlck blk. pl7
SEVERAL DESIRABLE HOUSES. J.
Donnan Reavis, 78 W. 2nd So. 'Phone 173.
20 HOUSES, ALL KINDS. PRICES
and locations. Tuttle Bros.. 149 Main st
WE WANT SOME HOUSES TO RENT.
Hill Invest Co.. room 40. 63& W. 2nd So.
KEYS MADE. MEREDITH, 151 SO. W.
GUARANTEED INVESTMENT, MAN
or woman. Write Emmet, care of Trib
RETAIL SALESMEN IN CLOTHING
or gent'B furnishing goods who havo a
largo personal acquaintance and ambition
to start for themselves need not be handi
capped on account ot iiacK or capital If
first-class references can bo furnished. We
started successfully ninety last year. Ad
dross lock box 270, Chicago, 111. pino
$500,000 CORPORATION DOING LARGE
forolgn and American business manufac
turing staple article, requires tho services
of energetic man to fill position of trust
and responsibility, liberal salary and com
mission to right, party; highest references
required. Address Manufacturer, box Oil,
ADD TO YOUR INCOME. WE OF
fer men In many towns positions as local
manager; a business of your own; re
quires little time; $50 to $500 monthly, all
on small Investment Wo start you for
$16 and up, according to number of ma
chines. Bo your own bojs. National Au
tomatic Cigar Vender company, suite 130
B9 Dearborn St, Chicago. p36tf
WE HAVE A BIG LIST OF ROOM-lng-houses
for cale and for rent Soe us.
R. 40 63i W. 2nd So. p2502
WE TELL EVERYTHING YOU WISH
to know, name included, without asking
questions. Free if wo fail. 206 West 2nd
South st Co.-nc today. rjU
FULL FORM MATERIALIZING SE
ance Thursday night. All con see and
talk with their spirit friends; any Ian
guago. Every one welcome. Arnold
Dlckson's, 206 W. 2nd South st. corner
MISS GERTRUDE DUNLAP, ORGAN
lst and Baritone Vocalist, Now Castle
Wyo., 11 bo open for engagement Janu
ary 2, 1904. Denomination of church, no
objection, and .up-to-dato Henrico ruar-
FOR RENT --FURNISH ED. jlljrioi3
keeping. No, 2 Swan's court, 2nd SouVJtff
near 3rd East rWKli
4 NICELY FUR. ROOMS. BATIL-E WRmSfei--
housekeeping; no children. 555 s ' tPwIPC-""""
Temple at. rl'KvS
2 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR IlOUq?
keeping, $S per mo. 45S West 2nd So. rj J-
ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPrNGWm? WiS'
bath. 474 So. West Temple. t& $
Z MODERN ROOMS FOR HOUSP ' 'itr
keeping; ground floor. C Kendall squars v I'M
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FCm 11
ladles or married couple; electric light ami ' ' '
bath; board If desired. 57S E. 4th South I I f A
2 OR 3 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS- i I
pantry and closet 252 S. 4th West r2?j '
2 NEWLY" FUR. ROOMS, HOUSP '
keeping, m6dcrn house. 125 W. 4th So, rjls 1
2 FURNISHED ROOMS IN PltlVAT? i ilftf0(
family. No. 50 East 3rd So. r2g llfAJ
NEW ROOMS, S3 TO $10 PER MO at
tho Iowa. 24G W. 1st So. J$0 4 ' B
2 ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING No
children. 231 So, 1st West rlS j ij
3-RM. HOUSE. I BLK. FROM TEM M"
pic. nicely papered, $1L Goddard. undVr '
Walker's bank. it.
NICELY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP t '
Ing rooms, modern. 570 South Main st, ris a'
COTTAGE. 2 ROOMS AND KITCHEN" J
electric lights, lawn, etc. 442 N. 3rd wtit ' ': ' -
i ) fcCCP
AN ELEGANT FURNISHED FRONT "
room, for one or two gentlemen; cxcln
slve. Add A-44, Tribune. 71 & f '
FOR HOUSEKEEPING, PLEASANT ifC.Wl
rooms, ground floor, fino location: orilv I "
3 LARGE PLEASANT ROOMS FOR M'v
light houaekcoplng; clean and modern at dfSf i l'
206 W. So. Temple. 9 Wft
S-ROOM HOUSE. FURNISHED TO W i '
parties without children. 158 McCJellaa v) ' "B
avc. Inquire at 1060 E. 2nd So. tV:;
2 ROOMS FURNISHED FOR LIGHT
housekeeping. 354 E. Sth South. r2v '
3 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSE"- AMfoTl
keeping. 365 West 6th So. rlSS P
10-RM. MOD. BR., COMPLETELY FUR- I Vpf
nlshed; pavcl district; sower.
Houston Real Estate Inv. Co.. 251 Main, i p
3 DESIRABLE FURNISHED ROOMS 1 i '
for housekeeping at 637 So. West Tempi ' '
FURNISHED ROOMS; HOUSEKEEP- V
Ing If desired. 46S S. State st. r2 ti
, t (,
1, a ASH 3 ROOMS IN SUITE; NICELY I ?bn,
furn. housekeeping. 164 2nd So. r37 ; trp
2 ROOMS 'FOR HOUSEKEEPING. t'
hot. cold water, bath. 663 3rd East pl93S q, ipp'
SUITE OF ROOMS OR SINGLE, IN 'f5
attractive home; close In, excellent tablo " 11
ooaru it ocsired. 'Phone 1324-X. plMl ,1
PLEASANT HOME FOR TWO OR 1 Eo'rf'
four; board reasonable. 217 E. Brlgham. ! ''
5-ROOM HOUSE: MODERN; CLOSE .
In: pavement; car line; $S5 per mo. W. w 'ittb
W. Hall. Jeweler. pl653 ".
3 FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH OR k jeJ,,,
without board. 557 So. Main. pl45S ,; "SiS
TWO NICE ROOMS; STEAM HEAT,
electric light 153 West Sth South. !
1, 2 OR 3 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR Pr '
housekeeping. 44 N. 2nd West p3H Wxfffi
FURNISHe"B ROOMS. 50 SOUTH V?e''
Main. p517 Jkgpre
VERY NICELY" FURNISHED ROOahBHSipia
for gentlemen or man and wife. 55 First LnH
st P510 fVJBT'
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT WjKflf
housekeeping; also rooms with or with- 4
out board. 831 East First So. p45S E
NICELY FURN.. LARGE FRONT f m'-A
room, prlvato family. 251 E. 2nd So. pl62 ji gjjp
2 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. $10. 3 i:
rooms, ground floor. 313 S. W. Temple. ft l weep
t . Q2764 h jfjp-
2 ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING, 33) I rjft!-
So. 1st West 02735 . BK
ROOMS. WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD. I J&i
Modern; furnaco heat 225 W. 5th So. f. wl
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. SS4 CAN- M
non st; one block west R. G. W, depot ;- 5ra?1
t I "New
BOARD AND ROOMS.
A FAMILY LIVING IN THE EMERY 'l T:,
flats, cor. of 1st and Stato streets, will f jini
take a deslrablo person to room and
board. Address A 5S, Tribune. r410 li& P
FOR ONE OR TWO. IN MODERN j jt
home. 130 North West Temple. r34l 1, cejn
2 NICE ROOMS. WITH EXCELLENT f csipr,
board, reasonable. 146 Social Hall ave., f v.
closo In, bet Eagle Gato and 1st South, Wtfil
LARGE FRONT ROOM. WITH j -r-
board, for 2. 137 N. W. Temple. rlO
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD. .f tlai
421 S. West Temple. pI37J , g.
TWO PLEASANT ROOMS. WITII 8.'ar
board; now modern house. 324 S. 6th East. Subj
P2357 ; 3(
IN MODERN HOUSE;, STEAM HEAT. : t
Would take six students. 167 W. 1st So. ' K.hn
LARGE FRONT ROOM. WITH POR- , .JtoD
colaln bath; 1st floor; with or without ; t
board. 265 E. 3rd South. pl7tt U ji;bj
BEAUTIFULLY FUR. ROOMS. EX- iWWjf
cellcnt board, steam heat 124 S. 6th Eaflt 1 'r9 "m,
5-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, 465 SO. Uioi
3rd East P5. K H a
WANTED THREE GENTLEMEN AS. Ma
day boarders, $3.60 per week. 66 E, 1st No. 'j isfts
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS; MOD- 1 f
ern, with board; reasonable rates. 72 B. I
1st West corner 1st South and 1st West
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MOVING AND STORAGE. j
REDMAN VAN AND STORAGE CO.. i- - V.V
moving, packing and shipping. 'Phono 55i i fl-
Office 126 and 12S S. W. Temple. hlG45 j, t,
vv. . IJ;
NEW OR 2ND-HAND; CASH, TRADE ,
or terms. Sorenscn-Stoutt Co., 42 B. 2nd S. j
COLUMBIA OPTICAL CO.. 2) MAIN. ' i-n
Wholesale and retail manuf. optlclsps- j
NEW OR 2ND HAND; EASY TERMS: rjRJ
in perfect condition; come and eo our Wlu'l
bargains. Utah Auto Co., 370 Main. T rWtSr
1745-X. pl6" ,vjii? '
CASH REGISTERS. m
NEW OR 2ND-HAND, CASH. TRADE HJ.v
or terms. Sorenscn-Stoutt Co.. 43 E. 2nd JB
NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS. OS- J!jR
car Groohell, sales agent No. 221 Main at r.
Expert cash reRlster ropalrlnff. PHI
hnd naurtia always In stock.