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BF 1 12 THE &ALT JLAKE XRIBTJfE: If KXDAY MOKNEN'G-, JANUARY 22, 1904. ....... 1
I CITY AMD NEIGHBORHOOD,
I 1 U mcotL'vr of the Stale Board oC Edu
Uon will bo In-Ill In the office of St:ito
V upcrlntendpt Nelson on Snturday,
1 I munry 30th.
H I lAnother good teacher cm find a position
Mill Sunorlnti dent Brown oC Utah
untv, who is Inokln?M'or a mule pedn
j0iio for FnlriVMd at a salary of $7." per
I ' '-nth,
I I Mips Maud Miy Buboick. Inwtnidlor of1
! I ncnlton at the University or Utah. Is
i .siting In the Enrt. Sh Is nt tin? present
I ime ivplslcrcd at the Touralno hotel In
1 ' Odton, Maes,
I ' Monotheism" Is the subject of a ljc
iro to be delivomi by Rabbi Reynolds
.ils evening at S o'clock at tho .fowlsli i
n ifTOffiic. It Ik tho I'cgulnr Friday night
f rne, to which the public Is cordially
lion. George M. Cannon will talk on
I hool affairs at the Thirtieth district
hool. Mill Creek, this evening at S
, rloek. This will be Uv hx:cond In a se
es of lectures, Muaic will be .furnished
I f ol Ncphl AV. Clayton returned yester
I n J'rom a month's visit iu tho East, a
I trt of which thnu was spent In Now
iork. Jlrs. Clayton and boil ronrnlnw In,
bp ctrolt to visit MIsa Clayton, who Is
ud.vlnc under Jonas of tho Detroit con
.Tl friends of Mr. and Mrs. George F.
tbbs -were grieved yesterday to learn of
n iteith or their 2-yoar-old daughter.
I lrtlia. which occurred on Thursday ove
tup rrom croup. The funeral was prl
j iit mil was held yesterday afternoon
, 1 'om the family residence, 29 F street.
Ml . .
Police Sergt. John lfcnnvl yesterday
L m-e out a warrant clausing Bruce
hnsn,i with nssault wills a deadly
weapon, with Intent to do bodily harm.
.thnson was arrested Tuesday nomine:
i Tier a light In the Red Onion jUoon In
D fhloh PUsy Burns was shot. Ho will be
H hralgncd tomorrow morning at 10
U 'clock before Judge Dlohl
H u a c
I ,'.V number of the friends of Mips Mary
1 Mlr Gray s piano pupils enjoyed a re-
fial Riven bv them at Oordpn academy
1 )l evening, those taking part reflecting
II u greatest credit upon themselves and
H i Ir Instructor. Miss Cray was assisted
H riiss Olive Jennings, who sang a "Ja
Ih iii' so Love Song" and a charming Iulla-
' fc,, both In good style."
I Mn. Bessie Browning will sing ' Coming ;
I lno" the Ttye" and "Bessie, the- Maid o
i indci" at the Hums concert thld eve-
jilt; In the Electrical Workers' hall, oor
I v First South and Main. The concert
I under the auspices of the Thistle club,
I I'ho wdl entertain their friends in honor
I : Robert liurns. the Scotch poet. The
I .bllc Is Invited.
1 (District Attorney Brceden has written
1" lie Governor of Arkansas that the 17
I J. nr-olil lad Uullnm was pardoned last
fnll 'turd.iv largely on the representations
I f the aVrkansas chief executive. Hullum
"V nv to bave left the town.-as the Board
,1'j r Pardons understood It, but instead he
Ijng around ami wound tip ny stealing
i overcoat on Commercial street.
S J A parly of thirteen hunters went to St.
MJi Mill's yrpterday morning In a special car,
Mi nd in the evening returned with .10J nib
H Us which will "this morning be dls
12 Ibuted among the worthy poor of the
;xl. The distribution will take place at
'o'clock at 35 Franklin avenue, under the
I (f, rtcl.on of the officers of tho Salvation
!n . j'iny. Among thoso Included In the party
f?L' . hunters yesterday wre Cajit. 1. M.
lift nrrctt, M. 11. Walker, Judge McDowell,
Ij'i llliam II. Tremayne ar.d B. II. Pease,
HrtIcles of inconoratIon of the Dry
ll if iieek Canal. Reservoir and Inlgatlon J
: J I'mp.mv of Springvlllo. Utah county, were j
H corded In the office of the Secretary of
I 1 1 r ,itc yesterday. The object of the cor-
'I r.itlon Is to store and utilize the surplus
lii -".iters of Big Hollow In Springvlllc prc
Jj net The capital stock of the company
3 ' JJX). divided Into 500 shares of the face
I j ilue of $10 each. The officers arc as fol
jt Iwb: J K. Brlnghurst, president: R. C.
j j did Mce-presldent: G. R. M'aycock, sec
'U tarv and William II. Kclscv, treasurer.
1 Weather for today: Possibly cloudy
litiiCth snow flurries. The maximum tem
I aj . rxture yesterday was 21 degices; mini
fl Vum, 7 degrees.
1 . U Other Points. . Max. Min.
' 2 , ,( nvcr Cloar 2fi 12
. (i'j'irand Junction Pt. cldy....31 4
ljiielcn.i Snow. ...in 2
jjrntrllo Snow '2 n
I ')odi nu , Clear. ...23 i:
' Unncmucca Snov....2S 2
J J KNUTSFORD HOTEL.
J The one place for comfort and ele-
M lance- Fireproof; telephones In. every
j rj (son ; modern in every way.
Ii (fjj D. J. Sharp Coal Co.
I M Oflllce, 73 South araln street Tele
j Jij ihones 71D and 430.
j Yard No. 1, 1st South bet. 3rd and
I it 4lh wes"t. Telephone 71D-3 rings.
J VH , Tard No. 2. 12th South and 11th East,
Yard No. 3, State bet. 13lh and 14th
W Couth. Telephone 105.
Ijji fl ( Be Wise
H'Vnd buy a. piano at less than factory
tjtv'ost at Cnrstcnscn & Anson Co., 74
Hj lain St. Old stand Dayues Muslc Co.
IJ j Marriage Iiicenses.
I fil4?rc' A- Wl-Tomb. Jr., Salt Lake Cltv.32
ji'H j Christina J. Boylund. Salt Lake City.. 27
'-if FOR CRIMINAL ASSAULT,
J l?iHas Rudman Arrested t on Con
fjj ' plaint of Mrs. Eliza Goethe, Who
Tells a Serious Story.
taJ1L was on,y tnrouPn tlr.ely advice of
?! friend that Mrs. Klixn. Goethe of 313
(V'xprcss avenue mode known to the au
yj'orltles a serious crime attempted
CsgalnsL her person moro than a week
CJ ifgo. At that time a solicitor representing
L rl picture conc3m called at her homo and
J n tjound lu-r in tho house alone. When she
i jepuised his advances ho took her by the
J jiront and throw her down upon the floor.
i T Whllo the otruggle was In procroBs M'rs.
v 1f 0,tlu s hltlc daughter came to the door,
'l.A:id, nt the sound of her approach, tho
v'L.'ollPlior released the woman and ran out
r f the house,
' h'-J'if. GoeU Is a German lndy ami un
fy.Amlliar with the administration of jus
5rVc. and therefore .she made no complaint
Jv' th authorities. Yesterday while Vork
' Xlr" nl t,,e house of a friend sb explained
, tiT'iu. origin of the brulaes on lier neck, and
,:2ie friend advised her to make the fats
i Ini'wn to tho proper officers, Mr
.C Softhe then wont before Demit v Comity
pv ttorney Dana Smith ffr.d spbScrlhed to n
V' o-npl.iliit. A warrant was Issued for
t c.Ila-s Rudman and )in.d in the hands of
tMJlie police department,
f Rudman wan picked up on Commercial
. trlreet last night by Officer Pursier A
' if tL hirge of vagrancy -was put agnlhst hl3
ijf.aini' and he wno nii'.Ajtloned bj-erat. Ej
V'S.iinKton, wh secured the admission from
tin that ho had bn soliciting for plc
M"ur'"3 111,11 "a,i called at Uie hou.e oecu
ril.cd by Mrs. Goethe. A charge of at
Vfl, ?mptd criminal assault will be pui,cd
ii1 gainst the man. 1 lw
f'H ij Lost Money
'. l'M sevcraJ pianos sold yesterday rather
jflgihan pay twp rents. Better come at
: fiance, Carstenscn .t Anson Co., 71 Main
(ltlt. Old Htand Daynes Muslc Co.
HirJo Eat Royal Bread,? It 1b pure and
holeoome. Sold everyf here.
ONE HUNDRED YEARS.
Mrs. Eliza R. Snow-Sniltli Passed
tho Century Mark Among
Eriends. Yesterday was tho hundredth nnnlver-esarj-
of the birth of liuza R. Snow
Smith, whoso writings arc familiar, to all
La'ile:day Saints. The ann('ersa"-y ' was
obsorved by th.o Relief society at tho Six
teenth ward meet Ins-houso In tne after
noon, where a large audience gathered
to lirten to the addresses and music. Mrs.
Kll7.ubith Roundy presided at tho meet
ing, and read a biographical skcteh of
Mrs. Smith. Kulogltstlc remarks were
mado by Patriarch John Smith and
Elder Andivw Jensen. Mrs. M. Young
reud Mrs, Smith's poem on the funeral
of Brlghiun Young. Miss Millie Willinins
sang "Olt, My Father." and Mrs. Gilles
pie, and W. D. Phillips both gao solos,
tho words of which were Avrlttcn by Mrs.
JCEARNES-iAXDRBWS By Rev. G. W.
Martin, at the homo of tho bride's moth
er, Gunnison. Utah, January 20,
M!es 'Anua Kearney to Hubert F. An
drews, M. IL, -both of Gunnison, Ptah.
Dr. and Mr.s. Andrews toolc the Salt
Lake train on the way to California, their
future home. The bC3t wishes of many
Utrfh friends follow them.
DVGI At 40 Dcipot avenue, this city,
Thursday. January 21, 1904. Rudolph
Dygl. of cancer of tho .stomach.
Funeral Sunday at -I p. m. from Twenty
fourth Ward chapel. Interment In City
TITATCLIRR IT.Men, Infant daughter of
Joseph W. and Cordelia J leath Thatcher.
In San Francisco, Saturday, January
ICth. at S:20 p. in.
FORSS13LI, t K street, this cltv.
January 21, Olof Alfred T. Forssoil.
lorn September 24. 1S4I. In Sweden; camo
to this eliy In 1SC6; for some tlmo past
was Janitor at McCornlck's bank.
Notice of funeral later.
FLOR5STS AND SEEDSMEN.
SCHWARZ & IIBINCIvE, FLORISTS,
scedmen. G4 E 2nd So. Tel. C03. r?01
B. C. MORRIS FLOItAX. CO.. FU
nral doiJgno. Jl up. MComlck bldg.
FLORAL DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Riclmrd E. Evans. 3fi Maln nt. ' Tel. PS1.
SALT LAKE-HUDDART FLORIST
Co. Largest greenhouse In the west. sl73
FUNERAL DESIGNS AND AIl
rangeraents. Tho Roaerlc. 142 Alain. Tel.
EBER W. HAJjL, UNDERTAKER
and Embalmer, op. P. O.. 1J0 W. 2nd So.
MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES
R. M'KENZIE. MONUMENTS. TOMB
stones. 139 W. 1st So. Wrlto for prices.
IOCKETBOOrC NEAR WALKER'S
store, containing betw. 511. 00 and $12.00.
Return to room S Sanitarium; reward.
A JERSEY COW. RED HALTER ON
and no horns. Return to 323 E. 2nd So.
1 Reward. rai7
A LIGHT BADGER FUR COLLAR,
whllo out sleighing. Return to 32C Fourth
Rest and rcaclvo reward.
SUIT OF CLOTHES, 1 SHIRT AND
collar. Owner can have simc bv calling
at 135 W. 1st So. and identifying same and
paying for advertisement. r!17
SCHOOL OF COOKERY.
MISS CANNON INSTRUCTOR : PAR
tlculars at 24 E, So. Temple. rl279
PATENTS FREE. CONSULTATION
office. 25 Eaglo blk.. 2nd floor. XL(H6
BOSTON DENTAL PARLORS.
HIGH-CLASS WORK, LOW PRICES.
121 SO. MAIN ST. rOOC
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
tructlon; largo Mock of latest chonde
llers. Inter-alt. Elec. Co.. i5 K. lot So.
SPECIALS THIS MONTH.
Iron beds, ?2.75; springs, $1.00; alt other
KO-jds In proportion. AVe carry everything
for complete housekeeping and are tho
only furniture store selling goods on ln
stnllments at cash prices. Nebraska Fur
niture Co.. 62 E. 2nd So. r79: 1
E. M. ONION, AUCTIONEER, 12C S. W
Tcmple. 'Phono G55. rajg
1U HEATERS. BASE BURNERS AND
ranges, oecond-liand. Terms to suit. I. X.
L. Hecond-Haad Store. 23S S. Stato. ol203
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. MOLES, DOU
blo chins and all facial blemishes removed
Eczema, pimples, oily eklns, blackheaas
nnd large pores cured. Manicure, shampoo
and halrdrcHshuj done. Mi;s. Dwlnell Mc
i Kay, cor &ih East and 2nd So, vim
WE TELL YOUR NAME AND JUST
v.'hut you wish to know about business
changes, properly, mines, claims, money.'
sickness, all lovo affairs, friends, adapta
tions, money nnd anything else. Remem
ber, free If not correct. If you cannot
call write to us. Arnold-Dlckson Bros
SfOfi WpsI Second Sqnih atreet. r!G3I
FULL-FORM MATER1 A LIZING SU
anco Sunday night; all can see and i.-iii-wlth
their spirit friends'; imv language--ovory
one. .welcome.. wUnokUDlckRon-w,. 2xi
W. 2nd So. st.. corner house. rlfCT,
JOHNSON & SON, PAINTER AND
contractor, 273 State r,t. ricob
UTAH CARPET cAND WALL P VPER
Cleaning Co.-Car)cts- cleaned on the loo r
feathero renovated. 'Phone 17ST-K. illi l'
S-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, RUSSEL
Tracy, No. 11 E. Jut So. . rl'W2
I-" URN IS 1 1 E D SE V EN- ROOM HOUSE,
east end, modern Improvements. Apply
Box 701, city. rhlii'i
412.00-4-ROOM FLAT. NO, .10 EAST 4TI!
So. lncpilre C2 East. 1st So.
1 IOUSE, 5 ROOMS, BATH. aTH SOUTH,
block from .Main. Inrpiiro 331 D. I-.
Walker block. rlC3t
GENLUNE ULACKWELL'S DURHAM
tobacco, 10-oa. packnges 50j per poui.d.
Waltensplel, 73 A'. 2nd So.-
2 ROO.MS FOR HOUSEKEEPING.
Roar 29 So. 1th East. ' rl697
STORE AND FOUR ROOMS. 353 EAST
Ith So., Jlii.OO per month. Inquire J. Glan
fleld. 31 So. 1st WcsL
bee GODDAP.D, under Walker's bank.
214 E. r.TH SOUTH. 5 ROOMS. BATIlj
toilet, electric light, J23. Weir, 200 So. West
A COMPARATIVELY NEW EICHT
room modern brick house, furnished, fur
nace. Call at 75 Second at. Owner leav
G-ROOM BRICK. HOT AND COLD
wntor. bath and closet. 517.00. Apply ."it
W. 1st So. r7W
3- ROOM COTTAGE; NO CHILDREN.
37 W. Cth So. r716
SEVERAL DESIRABLE HOUSES. J.
Donnan Rcavls. IS W. 2nd So. 'Phone 173.
CO HOUSES. ALL KINDS. PRICES
nr.d locations. Tuttle Bros.. 143 Main St.
house of r, rooms and bath, nr.
So. 5th West; rent J20.0O. r!49
7-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. WITH
furnace. 377 E. nth So. r433
I 7-ROOM COTTAGE. ENTIRELY MOD
ern, nt C34 So. Main. r247
C-ROOM COTTAGE. MODERN. 112 SO.
1st West. Inq. Cunnlngton Co. rS9
FOUR ROOMS: FURNITURE FOR
sale; Bnap; parities leaving city. 349
FOUR-ROOMED MODERN HOUSE.
EGo West 1st North. p25M
4- POO.M COTTAGE; INQUIRE 331 1ST
sL . d2291
6-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE. BATH,
well located. Innulre Miller & Vlele. Mc
Cornlck block. Tel. 073-K. plSW
LARGE STOREROOM ON" MAIN ST.
bet. 2nd and 3rd So. Houston Real Es
tate Inv. Co.. 25t Main. plOJtf
S UNFURNISHED SUITES IN JEN
r.Injrs block for bachelor apartments. In
qulre 15 W. 2nd South, room 2S. pllf.
7 AND S-ROOM MODERN HOUSE;
fteam nnd hot waUi .i-at, close In. James
K. Shaw, under Walker Bros. bank. n!3S9
TWO NEW THOROUGHLY MODERN
s-room residences No. 416 East 2nd South.
Inquire at premises from 3:30 to 4:30 p. m.
ELEGANT .-ROOM STRICTLY MOD
rrn resldenco cn North Main etreet
Frltsch. No. 12 E. 2nd South. nlCJ
2 BRICK HOUSES. Sll AND 112 PER
ontii. Inquire 104 Oak st. o2U3
7-ROOM HOUSE IN PARK TER
race. Inquire U. U. Hlskey. 201 "McCor
nlck blk. pi7
WE WANT SOME HOUSES TO RENT.
Hill Invest. Co.. 130 So. W. Temple. mllO
MEREDITH. 131 SO. W. TEMPLE.
EOARD AND ROOM3.
NICE ROOMS WITH BOARD, $3.7i"
per week. 212 West 1st So. riwo
2 PLEASANT ROOMS. WITH BOARD.
In modern home. 37 N. W. Temple. rl217
NICE ROOMS WITH OR WITHOUT
board. 23G So. West Tempie. rli44
BEAUTIFULLY FURN. ROOMS, EX
cellcnt board, steam heal. 121 S. Cth East,
IST-CLASS BOARD AND ROOMS AT
411, So. West Temple: ref. exchanged. r!13l
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
121 S. West Temple. p2375
TWO PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH
board; new modern house. 324 S. Cth East
IN MODERN HOUSE; STEAM HEAT.
Would lake six studenta. 1(77 W. 1st So
; , p204l"
G-ROOM MODERN HOUSE -ICS SO.
3rd East. pCS3
WANTED THREE GENTLEMEN Is
day boarders, 53.7) per week. CO E. 1st No.
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS; MOD
ern, with board: reasonable rates. '72 S.
1st West, corner 1st South and 1st West.
GENUINE BLACK WELL'S DURHAM
tobacco, lG-oz. packages Wo rcr noun.L
Waltensplel. 73 W. 2ml S-.
NEW OR 2ND HAND; EASY TERMS;
in perfect condition; come and see our
bargains. Utah Auto Co., 370 Main. Tel
FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKING 'AND
ladles tailoring. Rear 421 So. 3rd East
JUNK HOUSED. ,
WESTERN JUNK AND METAL YARD,
dealers In rags, scrap iron, bottles, metiils
and rubber, hides, polls, furs, wool, bees
wax and tallow, lit S. State st. and 1014
S. State st. 'Phono 13S3-K, Salt Lake Cltv.
UTAH JUNK CO., HIGHEST PRICE
paid for Iron, brass, rags, bottles, rubber
copper, etc. 03 E. Sth So. 'Phono 229. hs'li
SUITE TO ORDER. & UP. FIT GUAR,
anlecd, Sorcnsen & Larac-n, 145 W 2nd
NEW OR 2ND-H AND; CASH. TRADE
or terms. Sorejison-Stoutt Co., 42 E. 2nd S.
MRS. C. r. TRIPP. MASSAGE AND
magnetic treatment. 33S S. AY. Temple.
ENGRAVERS AND DESIGNERS.
DE BOUZEK ENG. CO. CUTS FOR
all purpoaca. 27 W. S. Tempi r3S7
1 ... CLASSIFIED ADS ...
1 ON PAGE 11 j
FOR RENT --FURNISH ED.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping. 230 South Stnte; close In.
2, I OR C ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEP
Ing; new and clean; bath and electric
light. 570 So. 2nd East. rlG9S
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSE
kccplng, ground lloor. 32f So 2nd West.
2 HOUSEKEEPING RMS-! MODERN;
also other rooms and board. 1G7 W. 1st So.
THE NOVELTY. CSV- AV. 2ND SOUTH
Gt. First-class newly furnished rooms.
Mrs. E. Harsh, Propr. rlK53
2 OR 3 ROOMS IN SUITES. NICELY
furnished for housekeeping. 101 E 2nd So.
CHEAP, FURNISHED ROOMS, AYITII
or without housekeeping. 212 W. 1st So
3 LARGE, MODERN HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, no children. 770 E. 4th So. rl323
SPLENDID OPPORTUNTY FOR COU
plo to rent a new modern furnished home
for few niontha: four blocks cast of Mala.
Address P. O. Box 243. 1251
4 NrCELY FUR, ROOMS, BATH, E. I,.', I
housekeeping; no children. 53 S. AY.
Temple Bt. rtSl
SEVEN-ROOM. MODERN FURN.
house, eloge In, desirable locality. Apply
to Co-op Second-Hand Store. 221-226 So.
State at. f rl071
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping. 305 E. 2qd So. st. r9G2
2 MODERN. FUR. OR UNFUR.
housekeeping rooms. 437 E. 3rd So. r7S7
OFFICE AND FURNISHED ROOMS;
modern. 13 South Main st.
THREE ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSE
krcplng; no children. 11 Kendall terrace.
NO. 1G30 9TII EAST. S-ROOM BRICK,
modern, furnished, J35.
Weir. 206 So. AVest Temple. r718
COSY MODERN HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; also cottage. 523 E. Sth So. r363
13 KOOM. BATH, ELECTRIC
light. 307 3th East. ,-453
, ROO.AIS FOR HOUSEKEEPING AVITH
Oalu. ill ao. West TemnlK rOftl
S DESIRABLE FURNISHED ROOMS
for housekeeping at 037 So. AVest Templo
FURNISHED ROOMS. IIOUSEKEEP
Ing if desired. 4 OS S. Stato ?t. . r33
2 ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING.
hot, cold water, bath. CC3 3rd East. plSSS
PLEASANT HOME FOR TWO OH
four; board reasonable. 217 E. Brlgham.
5-ROOM HOUSE; MODERN; CLOSE
In- pavement; car line; JS per mo. W.
A . Hall. Jewe'.or. plCSS
FURN ISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping: also rooms with or wlth
out board. S31 East First So. p463
NICELY FURN. LAR&3 FRONT
room, prlvalo family 251 E. 2nd So. pl62
i JiOLit.ivhjEi'lNG ROOMS, J10; J
rooms, groune. liuor. C13 S. AY. Temple.
ROOMS. AVITH OR AV IT1 OUT BOARD
Modern; furnaco heat. 225 W. Cth So.
HOUSEKEEPING BOOMS. $34 OAIS
non ut.; one block wcat R. O. AAT. depot.
3-ROOM FLAT. WITH BATH. NEAR
Main; no children. Address G 7, Tribune-
I. 2 OR 3 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
houaekccplng. 44 N. 2nd West. p513
FURN. ROOMS, AVITH OR WITII
out housekeeping. 3G So. A Temple.
II. 13. DAVIS. PLUMBING, HEATING,
sewer work. Tel. 137I-Y. 128 E. 2nd So.
TEMPEST AVOQp, PIANO TUNER
Sz repairer. Hold's, M Main. Tel. 21G2-X.
HAY, GRAIN AND COAL.
3IAY, GRAIN, FEED. COA.L. WH OLE
sale, retail. Marnano & Co., 123 E 2nd So
Tel. m'. r902
WHERE TO QTO.,
reasonable prices; first-class table board
$5.00 per wk. 372', So. Main. rl452
THE CLAYTON; ROOMS 52.50 TO Jo 00
week. 21C So. Stnte st Tuw
ROOMS AND BOARD, Jl DAY UP'
weekly rates. 270 West So. Temple. rl015
HOTEL TELLURIDE. ROOMS G0o UP
rates by week. 22 E. 3rd So. p2ftj
SUNBURST AND ACCORDION
pleating. Mrs. Jenncns, 17 E. 1st So. ni413
COLUMBIA OPTICAL CO., 250 MAIN.
AYnoleaale and retail manuf, opticians.
CARPENTER3 AND JOBBER3.
ROY WAT ROUS. C7 E. 3RD SO. ELE
vator and Job work. Tel. 1C75-Z. oS79
VHERE TO SHOP.
MOAB PRIZE APPLES; GUARAN
tecd fresh eggs; choice creamerv butter
1-owost prices. Utah Produce Exchange
3D L. 1st So. ; 'phono lis.
SPIDErLeG TEA. FINE. COC POUND
Reliance M. .c J. Coffee (bpst), 30c pound.
Cream brand Coffee. H'c pound
Inter-Mountnln T.. 7S AV. lat So. r3W
ROOFIN3. . 1
ROOFING AND REPAIRS REASON
able. S. L. Gravel Roofing Co,, 449 AV
QTOVE AND FOUNDRY WORK3.
STOVES. RANGES, CASTINGS. RE
ncwed and repaired: dcalora In stoves and
Yclw Foundry. Ui Btttto at
HORSES, 16ift HANDS HIGH, TO
weigh ll&O pound? to 12irt pounds. 0 year
old, no grayH or roans. Crosby Bros. W.i
Stale strcot. rlG63
THREE FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP
Ing roomo; ground lloor. for married cou
ple; no children. Addrcisa G 21, Tribune.
GIRL TO STAY AVITH LADY AND GO
to school. Apply 7lj AAr. 4th So. rliW
GOOD AVOMAN WANTS CLEANING
by tho day. 'Phone 1795-Z. rlKM
NICE DRIArING HORSE ABOUT 1200
lbs. Call 15C So. A Temple. rl5X
GENUINE BLACKAYELL'S DURU-VM
tobacco, lR-o;:. puckages 30c per pound.
Waltensplel, 73 AY. 2nd So.
SMALL CHILDREN TO CARE FOR;
comfortable private home. Call or add.
910 Lincoln nve. ' rl4C7
CHILD TO TAKE HOME AND CARE
for. 426 So. 9th East, H120
BY A MAN AVITH NERVE. ABILITY
to runtle and some money, an Interest
In a small business that can be, built up.
Address Y 47, Tribune.
I OR 5-ROOM MODERN HOUSE FOR
married couple, or 3 room? with, bath for
housekeeping. Address P. O. box 324. pUO-l
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
men's cast-off clothing, hats nnd shoes.
Sepd postal. 65 Commercial st. - olC33
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
stoves. See Matscn, 219 State. 'Phone
FURNITURE OR ANYTHING SEC-ond-lmnd;
nothing too large or fine. I. X.
L. 2nd-hand store. Tel. 490-2. 235 S. State.
VANT ED HE LP.
A FEMALE SERVANT. SCO. BR7GHAM;
wages, J23 per month; no washing. rlC39
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply-No. CI First at. rlG63
DELIArERA' BOY. DRUEHL &
Frnnkcn drug store. rlC70
BOA" TO LEARN PRINTING TRADE:
opportunity foi advancement. 45S AV. 5th S.
A MAN OF INTELLIGENCE AND
education who hns had some, experience In
a business office, to sell office specialties,
lillng systomH nnd typewriters. Tho Breed
en Office Supply Co., 69 AYcst 2nd South.
LADY CANA'ASSERS TO CALL AT C37
West 1st South Thursday and Friday af
ternoon, 21st and 22nd Inst. Outfit free.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
family of 3. S25 E. 2nd So. rlCH
AT ONCE. A MAN PIANO PLAYER,
who can sing. Addlo O'Nell, Bingham
GIRL TTOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
331 AV. So. Temple st r!533
GENUINE BLACKAYELL'S DURHAM
tobacco. G-oz. packages 50c per pound.
AYnltensplel, 73 AY. 2nd So.
ONE COAT, ONE PANTS AND VBST
maker; good prices. P. S. Lochren, Rock
Spring, AVyo. rl531
ONE OF THE LARGEST HOUSES IN
the city wantfi a young man between 23
and 40 who has hail of lice experience;
must have good local reference. Address
G 23. Tribune. rl527
GOOD GIRL OR AVOMAN TO DO GEN
oral housework; must understand plain
cooking; S6S First etreot. rl223
WANTED OPENING FOR BRIGHT,
good appearing solicitor for established
mute. Salary and commission basis, High
class proposition, educational In charac
ter. Address J. P. Thompson. Supt.. 303
Larkln St.. San FrancijCC. rllDS
NURSE GIRL FOR SMjVLL FAMILY.
203 South Fifteenth street.
HOUSEKEEPER IN SMALL FAMTLY
must havo references. Address G S, Trib
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Hotel, restaurant and aouschold help,
Headquartcra for loborcrs.
CC W. 2nd 8o. Tel. 464-2 rmgs. o742
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL. HOUSE
work. 127 12th East. r517
COAL, MINERS WANTED AT GRASS
Creek mines. Coalville. Utah.
SITUATION AS ASSISTANT BOOK
keeper for small concern; three years' ex
perience; best of references. Address 935
East 1st South.
MIDDLE-AGED MAN AVANTS A
position as elevator man or nlghtwatcb
man In a store. Address r. O Box l's
BY MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN A3
housekeeper. Address rear 163 So. 4th E.
COLORED AVOMAN AVANTS WORK
by ,tho day. 112 E. 2nd So. P22S3
room KO Progress bldg., a to 10 and 3 to 5
40-ACRE FARM ALL IN TIMOTHY
and lucerne, with good house, barn nnd
water right, at St. Anthony, Ida . to trade
for city property or farm in Salt Iako
valley Q. F. Peterson. 53 AV. 2d So. rl&W
MISS GERTRUDE DUNLAP, ORGAN
1st and Baritone Vocalist, New CaaUe
Wyo'f Pn ioc engagement Janu
E? mi' Donornluation of church no
objection, and up-to-date aervlco euar
PHYQ1C1AND AND SURGEON3.
AVOMAN SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN
Lulu Brooks, M. D.. Conntllutlon blk
MA3S BURKELLA PIERCE. PIER
poht school. Commercial Club bide-
GENUINE BLACK W ELL'S DURHAM
tobacco. 16-07.. packages 50c per pound.
AYaltensptel, 73 AV. 2nd So. i'u"u.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. MOLES. ETC
removed by X-rays or electric needle. Lula
Brook3, M. P., Constitution blk. rim
NEW OR 2ND-HAND. CASH, TRADE
or terms, Sorensen-Sloutt Co., 4S E. 2nd S.
NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS. OS
car Groshcll sales agent. No. 221 Main st.
Export cash resistor repairing. Second
hand registers alwaya In Block. 5S0
FOR SALEREAL EBTATE,
GENUINE BLACK WELL'S DURHAM
tobacco, lC-oz, pnckiiges 50c per pound.
AVnltensplcl, 73 AV, 2nd So.
Elegant modern S-room pressed brick
rf sldcnco on First st.
Choice building lot one- block from city
and county building.
These properties must be sold, at once.
Make us an offer on them.
A. McKellnr & Co.. 03& AA". 2nd So.
BROWN'S IN TOAVN SELLS REAL
estate, loans money, wrltea Insurance. No.
11 E. 1st South. rl520
RANCHES, FARMS. ACREAGE. BIG
list of our real estate paper free at office,
Harrington & Courtney, 1G W- 2nd So.
S. B. AVESTERF1 ELD. 6S-60 COM'L
blk. Houses, lots and business property.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FURNITURE OF 7-ROOM HOUSE FOR
sal, house for rent. 535. 148 So. 2nd AVest.
FURNITURE SIX ROOMS: HOUSE
for rent. 211 East Third South, nenr
GENUINE BLACKAYELL'S DURHAM
tobacco, 16-oz. packages 50c per pound.
AValtensoIel, 73 AY. 2nd So.
FURNITURE OF A 5-ROOM COT
tage, $150; rent, J13.50. 720 So. AY. Temple.
FURNITURE FOR SEArEN-ROOM
house. 150 So. 2d AAr. V1612
PIANO: REASONABLE PRICE. 2T2
AY. 1st South. rlSIl
HORSE. AVAGON AND HARNESS; ?3j.
Apply Crosby Bros.' stables, 143 Slate at.
FURNITURE OF A 7-ROOM MODERN
house; very reasonable, .410 E. 3rd So.
House of 22 rooms, centrally located;
long lease; J220).
24 rooms, well furnished, on Main St.:
low rent: only J2000.
Flrst-clnsa boarding and roomlng-houae:
elegantly furnished; two years' lease;
close in on Main; 53000.
Many other bargains. Including gro
ceries nnd restaurant, nt prices to suit
THE STRINGER CO..
70 West 2nd South. rlalC
A PART OR ALL OF AN OLD ESTAB
llshed business In this city, with an In
vestment of over J30.OCO.00. paying a net
j.rofit of J700.00 a month. Tho buyer must
nave good business ability, capablo of
taking management, together with at
least J15.000.00 in cash to invest For fur
ther information address G 21, Tribune.
1 GOOD AYORK HORSE FOR SALE OR
trade 35 7th East. rl$
LARGE PACING COLT. -1 YEARS OLD.
sale or trade. 121 E. 4th South. rl47S
TOP BUGGY AND HORSE. Jt5 OX CALL
at 1213 lola ave., bet. 3rd and -Ith South,
over Jordan. 1-1455
FOR CASH. THE FURNITURE OF
5-room cottage at one-half tho original
cost. Add. G 23. Tribune. rl46S
ALL KINDS OF HORSES. IOWA
stable. 12 AV. So Temple. rlOW
C000 SHARES PAYMASTER MINING
Co. capital stock. Address M 13, Tribune.
FOR SALE-1003 AVINTON TOURING
car. cost $2600: two $10 headlamps. $30
worth extra tires, all llrst-class order,
S1S90. Colorado Automobile Co., 1510 Court
Place. Denver, Colo,, soiling agents for
Columbia 21-h. p. and Knox 16-h. p. gas
oline touring-cars. 1-33
HACK. ALSO ROCKAWAY CAR'
rloge; good order. 13 W. 2nd So., roo-n 2S.
SNAPS IN FARM PROPERTY ARE
advertised right along In The Inter-Moun-taln
Farmer. Advertisers make sales, too.
WEATHER STRIPS AT RIA'ERS
Bros.. 110 Main street. e121S
MONEY TO LOAN.
EASTERN MONEY AT LOW RATES
of Interest on city property.
AVlcks. No. C9 Stnte st. H5.13
OUR OAVN MONE:3f'RIVlLEGE TO
pay any amount, am Time, without no
tice. Lowest rates, ocst terms. Tho
Homo Trust & Savings Co.. 0. S and 10
West 1st South. 1-501
ON IMPROVED OR VACANT PROP
erty: no commission or delay. Wei- "TO
0. AA'est Temple. ',.057
F. G AYOOD. $10 TO $500. FURNITURE
horses, etc.; easy terms. 119 Main, R. 310!
ON CHATTELS OR REAL ESTATE
?o"V,ramo,un,t' any t,mc- - F- Peterson.
m ay. 2nd So.
$10 TO ".000 ON CHATTELS OR REAL
estate, private. Equltablo Loan and
Invest. Co.. C2 AY. 2nd So ","12
ON ANY PROPERTY; YOU RETAIN
possession. The Stringer Co., 70 AY. 2nd S.
ONVLTvAI,T. AND IDAHO FARMS. EL-met-
E. Darling & Co., C W. 2nd So:
SI0C0 TO $30,000. ONE TO FIVE YE VRS
farm or city property. James K. s"haw"
under Walker Bros, blink. p5D
ON -UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS
Miller & Vlele. Ota McCornicic bid,;
ON FURNITURE, PIANOS OR GOOD
security, without removal; private. E je
Stolzcnbcrger. 15 AV. 2nd So., room 2S.' '
CITY AND FARM PROPERTA'. G AND
per cent. J. L. Pcrkcs. 156 3. AV. Temple.
MONEY LOANED PRIVATELY. '
On furniture, pianos, etc,., to salaried peo
ple, without security, on your note- easy
payments; strictly confidential. Cherry
-107 D. F. Walker bldg. el517
R. L. TRACY 11 E. 1ST SO.. LENDS
money; no commission, expense or delay
WE LEND MONEY TO- BUILD
houses. It is not necessary to havo the
house built Jirst. AVe will advance thS
money as tho house progresses. Lowest
rates. Part payment any time, and Inter
est reduced accordingly. McGurrln & Co
131 Main street. mlSS
NEW OR 2ND-HAND. CASH. TRADE
South""8" Sorensc,1-Stutl- Co.. IS E. 2nd
rrPlKA- SCOTT CHAPMAN. DENTIST
COo-6 Scott-Strevcll bldg. 'Phono isi-Y
WALL PAPER CLEANING.
THE IDEAL PAPER CLEANING CO
Charles M Gott. Manager. Leave y?ur or
ders at the Smith Drug Co, 'Phone. 23S
MCVIND AND STORAGE.
REDMiVN VAN AND STORAGP, rn
on u at- This place Is rnoj to M rf
the best wo have. AA e crn nd JzW?
terms. " ca" nfWTj.
J3200-f-room modern brick ? r,, " Wi
Eagle Gate. ,cu 2 olock. . ITi
r2900-s3-roo-n modern t-,
E?iil " fct?t b' 30 rods. P001 bara,
f-.C00-.i-room modern, rem. wT
IS. 50 fet by 10 rods. CCniwt alk nf.,
57300-li-room modern r,,rn WW'
barn; this Is on E. 2m 'Sr ?BiM "14 fc
good terms. "" a lov?y J Jp-
$1250 l-room presoed brlrU Tj
AVest; good terms. Ick- IW u ifl
if you don't see what vm. M j
our office, as wc havo n in" nt. A.
be pleased to show you ife a8
givo you the terms. AVe Wc J
you better on building yo,,"n 3M faMM
than, any one in town; EmT-
terms before you build or bu xWjL?Z
. :.a so.. SSS'jgfa. JL.:
for only JSWu. Flqure on (21h Eat, i W
building lots in this pfcccn lho nut Li
r.Uilo & Little, Xo. p
Building up rapidly; seveni ' i
under way to cost Mao V ti Li
street car; city water, filch Cj09
In: lots $150 to $250; $iVj CahB?Und:
STATE STREET 1 liiv
Frontage $300 per rod. T ;! 5P
See Hubbard Invt. Co. ,1
7S W. 2nd So. st. '
WAKE UP " 2
To the fact that now Is lh ,,mtt ,
real estate. The wise ma7 4 tH
people want to sell and not b3?S I
are anxious to buy. There Li J 3 f
In tho mind of any business man
c ty that a great future and 5,Ln,ti 5
sloro for our city Don't hi P1
ping, but get In now. " b ""Sht ;Rt
Don't merely glance over th , ,. ' '
offerings, but study each 0ne '
and there Is no d6ubt tha? f Ut
moot your requirements, tho Ufe I '
be below your expectations. Wcts
CxlO rod on 4th at., between n . TV
facing north On this property0, 5
brick and a 4-room frame house tiS,
Ing property cannot be h-d for
SM per rod. My prico for the wT
Improvements Included. J23i 1,1 7i
On the corner R and 1st. an' S-ronm J 5
2-flt. framo house, adobo lined l
worth J2C0O; the house would '
$IW to build It. If an olTer S
made In the neighborhoodofVft" P
It will be accepted. - lfta
On 7th East, near 12th South 3iuT,J
alley, with mod. 5-rooin brick coit.i T.
tic barn, at $2000. ct j !
On S st. a ti-room mod., 2-at. roH..'l
renting now at 530 per mo. and itSff t:
a good Investment for home or rPntMTJ rtr
poses at J3000. , c renin ft IBJTffT
On 0th So., near 3rd West Sin J fcu
with a splendid 5-room brick hoiifl 1
frontage, at tho price or only W
terms can be made to suit . iilto:
...... v... iuNiiiIliun ave. nth -pi, r
near lOtn So., a 50-foot lot, with coX? I3
room pressed brick houne, rr.fv- ..
Closet, and city water, for J1050 " -
A'ou may want to buy a lot AVHai ( W
you think of the following' MlJ
toA$th Ellst- "car lth South' S
2;xl0 rods on 11th East, near lat "
cast front, beautiful lot. at Jlico "
st4MKeCt, iaCinG C'aSt " n s- nw! Tflll
1 have a bunch of lots on Wen 1 Uli
South 011 Euclid ave.. which I iq 1W"
chaser UP " lCrm9 10 3Ult th QC
It is needless to say that my Ibtli
largest and best selected In the cltr i ,
everybody can bo suited by calllns 0; b ' II
and looking over my list of prowrtlM 1 1
A. RIchter. 10 AVest 1st South. TA j t
THE FACT STILL REMAINS THi
rnoro homes are sold IhrouRh my 34:0 ;lf'"
than any other In the cltj, WhV 2 V,
cnuse you arc treated right. S n, "J t
you wish to purchase A. Illchler,', II I
AA'est 1st South. pj
NEAV FIA'E-ROOM PRESSED BRl K$
Jiou.se, modern plumbing. eltric lk!a
cement -alks In street and vanl; dty S.
ter; easy terms. O. Engdahl, S23 S. Stil I -
10 LOTS ON AVEST SIDE OR TRAlfl M
for small stock of groceries. Mi, G3B7
nn n LOOK AT THESE.
$32o0 S-rm. ressod brick, 33x163 to ill!) 1
on u st. This place Is modern and0M-i ktfii
ho best we have. Wc can make p Vi"
terms. - f
$3200-6-room modern brick, 2 blkt tm I Dl
Euglo Gate. Sv J Uh
SiiW 5-room modern, good bare, S ;t
Ensi, 50 feet by 10 rods. ft fl
fSOOO 6-room modern, cement walk, SC -6
Ej. 50 ft. by 10 rods. . f t '
$73CO 4)-room modern, furnace and in fcfl
burn; this is on E. 2nd So., a lovely h:i ? -
good terms. p lifegu
$1230 t-room pressed brick, EOxlW It. S4 1
A est; good terms. taCi;
If you don't seo what vou want, will 1
our office, as we have "a. ions list i ' ' .
will be pleased to .mow vou what i -
have and givo you tho terms. Wo on ,
also treat you better on building joj', t,
new houso than any one In town, gel 41 W'-
prices and terms before -ion build or bsj ti'Vr
. . REGE REALTY CO. 5
5.Wst 2nd So., rooms 16 and 17. "Pi
C-ROOM PR. BRICK, NEW. MODEkI
flno ccllnr, Jiaoo, $150; $15 a mo.; RJ FT1-
bargain. " '.ftciL
4-room brick; largo lot: good !cC4tl j,
Choice lota on State it. f
.. - i
iiuuuuru jny e KJO.. 16 . ini fc
High, level gTound. graded street.s!f Hj
trees, city water, excellent car service, Krt
building up rapidly with modern P"-'Kl.
brick houses; $150 to $230 per lot; W tuWV
S5 a month. Hubbard lnvt. Co, il Sfffsspu
2nd South. y,!t
, A RANCH. LOCATED ON THn Hl"3BWji(
boldt river and tho Southern Pac ftc "MMfc
road, nt Halleck. Nov.. contalnlas
acres of fine meadow and ho$ land. JtsWc
ing annually li)0 tons of hay. al P
acres of watered land In a good r?nf1?;.,jrfc3
A modern hotel and a 3-room uffti ""jj
house, completely furnished, barn?, --
hies, coiTubi and all other necessary m V
Ijulldlngs nro located upon the land?- 'Wijev
I will also sell with said property .'pwj
head of cattle, 50 head of work and Mt?'
horses. 5 wagons and harness, all wrojjpsi
implements and 700 tons of hay. 1!0
property will be sold altogether. .$Mv
For further particulars Inquire or "msT
to M. McCain. Halleck Station. vi
county. Ncv. -T'H4
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE IvlvBii..
ment Co. Real estate and loan SBIV'C
251 Main street. JMT' u
SELLS REAL ESTATE. jB
loana. Edw. M. Ashton, 207 Descrc 1
PLACE TO BUY HOMES OFt VACryia
lots. C. AY. Miller, 112 AY. 2iul sJSMf.
WILL SELL YOU AT A ?W?wSftA
vacant lots, a eottago or a model n rtv -J
any part of the city. Jas, K. Sha,
der AYalkcr Bros. bank. L 'lit
REAL ESTATE. MONEY JO 'iS
Cannon & Cannon. 24 E So. TPJ.
A NET 9 PER CENT YnsM
In property centrally located, wnere PVb..
ucs arc sure to advance; satcr "'nflUWW
speculation and much more PjML- 0
than a real stalo mortgage. r3lb
Shaw, under AYalkor Bios.' t-'JKV
REAL ESTATE. RENTS. LOANSJMTJ
Hill Invest Co., 156 So. W. TeWTrt
SMITH CQ. BUY, SELL. iSljJ
trade real estate, 21S Main st. Wv !
AVE SELL REAL ESTATE. .J.S
all. Tuttle Bros., 119 Main; rcdbau
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. U. f,',t
R. lands. B. J. AYills, 15 A - 2nd 50. J '.