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10 xhe SAiT XlSJSE WEDNESDAY MOBSTffG-s jAaSTUAlRT 27, 1904. ,1.
H.'l ! CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD.
H' Gov. Hcbor M. Wells is Uio recipient of
an Invitation to deliver a, Llnce-hi L'11! "I1,:
dross In Denver on the night of February
VJth The Invitation Is extended by A.
, Tnder tho auspices o the ladled aid
1. xocieiv of the First Congregational
t hurch. Miss Agatha Berkhoel. contralto.
1 will give a. recital and concert pn Iobru-
arv I2lh. In the church, assisted by sumo
of' the best artists In tho city.
Hradstieol's says of locnl conditions:
"Wholesalers arc busy with plans for an
artlvc spring: campaign. Weather condi
Hons portend an unusually pood tuturo.
Retailers aro closing out winter lines and
placing only illllng-in orders. Collections
M If. Deskv Is now in Los Angeles.
I1 where he It; ru'stlcntlng for several weeks
l l'rom there he will go to Texas. Old
Mexico and Now Orleans, thence by boat
l to New York city and other Eastern mar
k kcts to do the buying for his two stores
Ih this city.
The vounp ladles of the Seventh wai-d
will give a leap year party in the amuse
ment hall next Friday evening, for which
a largr number of Invitations hayp been
l fesucd. Mrs If. D. Clnwuon. Jr., Mrs. R.
M Lambert. Mrs. D. Richardson and Mrs.
M J Llovd will bo the chaperons.
Vera. Leo. the 1-year-old daughter of
Mr and Mrs. John Jlagerman. died yes
tenia v morning at tho home, of her pa-
L rnis. on Jefferson avenue, after a brie t
Illness, from gnstrltls. Tho funeral will
H lie hohl this afternoon at 1 o'clock, from
the family residence, and will lo private.
' A petition for pardon 1ms been filed with
th Hterotao- of the State Board of Par
dons bv Wesley Tliomas, convicted of
burglarv at Vernal last July and sen
tencod to four .years in tho State Prison.
l A petition for parole, has also been filed
hv John C. Wilkinson, sentenced to two
L Years for forgery from- this city last
Hi Jolui K. Austin, a director of the Utah
Grazing company, writes from Heber re
nucstlug Tho Tribune to cay for him that
the J. E. Austin who was arrested hero
Hl last woek as a suspected hold-up Is an
entirely different man. It may be added
H1 that the suspect proved to be as harmless
B' as a dove and was released the day after
H his arrest.
Hl, Warren Jackman, who was Injured by a
Jl oavc.-in in the ualy West mine at Park
HL rily on Sunday evening, was brought to
i the IIolv Cross hospital yesterday. He
j was in a vary critical condition last night
W and the chances for recovery are against
Mr 1dm, Roth heart and lungs wore In
H jured by the cave-in. as well as the head,
but the Injury to tho head Is not con-.
H tiidcred serious.
C M "Wood, former manager of the
H New York Life Insurance company's
general offices. In Salt Lake, who Is now
nccupvlng- a similar position in. Portland.
Or , stopped oft In tho city yesterday 6n
the wnv home from a buslnesn visit to
' New York city. Mr. "Wood Is reported as
meeting with marked, though charaeter
Hi Ls 1 1 c success in his new field of labor, of
H which ho took charge Inst May.
Police Capt, tiurbldge .has Just received
H(s from lie mi' Nowoll u wnlnuc police cib
which Mr. Nowell brought back uixm his
Hl n cent return from Ireland. The club Is
i of Irish bog oak and on It are carved a
H bunch of .shamrocks, a harp and a-.picture
i , of Blarney- castle. A heavy silver namo
L I plate bears tho Inscription, "Captain J. B.
H Burbldgc.'' The new owner of tho club
savs he will carry it only on SU Patrick's
! 'Billy" Cahoon. tho six-year-old son of
H' Mr and Mrs. William F. Cahoon. .died at
H th" home of his parents early yesterday
H morning after a brief Illness, tho cause of
j diath being croupus-pneumonln. The 1 it
, tic boy was very bright and was a great
K favorite with tho men at the fire depart-
H'. mcnt his father being a popular member
of the force. The funeral will bo held
H this afternoon at .'! o'clock from the fam-
m llv residence. 32lA North First WcjC
H 1 The Covey Investment company filed
V, , 1 articles of incorporation In the pfllQc of
Hf ' the County Clerk yesterday. The cbrpo'r.i
Hl . tlon which Is organized and will have
Kr hcad(unrlerK in this city, is capitalized at
1 M00.CO). divided Into KOJ shares 6.C stock
of the par value of HCO cad!'. The'orflcer!?
are as follows: Stephen M. Covey, nrtsl
B dent; Jlyrum T. Covey, vlco-presfdent;
H Anlrcw A. Covey, secretary and trens-
H , Weather Today Partly cloudy and un-
H , settled, with rising temperature, Tho
H maximum yest'onlfiy was 20 dagTebermlrtl-
H I mum, 8 degrees.
H I At Other Points. Max, M In.
H i Denver CIc.nr 10
1 ! Grand Junction Clear 24 -i
K I Helena ..Pt. cloudy.... 8
1 3Joc:uelIo Cloudy -jr,
H Mndena Clear.... 30 0
R AVlnnemucca Clear.... :i0
Tlio one place for comfort and cle
; irance. Fireproof; telephones in every
rooiu; modern in every way.
D. J. Sharp Coal Co.
Office, 73 South Main street Tele
phones 719 and 430.
Yard No. 1. 1st South bet. 3rd and
4th "West. Telephone 719-3 rings.
Yard No. 2. 12th South and 11th East.
Yard No. 3, State bet. 13tb and Hth
South. Telephone 105.
I COL HIGG1NS DELAYED,
leading Salvation Army "Worker Un
able to Beach Salt Lake for
' f Her Lecture.
Mrs Col. Hipglns of the Salvation Army,
who is now en routes to Salt Lake to
i g!o a. lecture on the life and work of
tho late Consul JEmma Booth-Tucker, wps
i reported hours late at Pueblo on account
' of the Santa Vc, and she. cannot get here
in time to givo tho lecture. It Is there
fore called off Indefinitely, and those who
wish their money back can have It by ap
, plying to Capt. Wood.
Mrs- Iliggins is chief sccrctai-y of the
' Salvation Army alum and rescue work,
and has been out on an extended lecture
tour. With her Is Mrs. William Brewer,
a noted soloist, and Adjutant Hansen
' Her husband is chief secretary of the
Salvation Army in the United States.
Alma Chase Nephl L'O
Leah Ockcy. Ncphl. , '.'0
'A Henry Brlzree, Rexburg. Ida 'y,
Nora L. Gunnell, Wcllsvlllc 'JO
Moroni W. Wagstarf, Salt T.ako City.. ..17
M" Marie Carlton. Salt Luke City 31
Edward L. IIoit. Mil tray. ...... .5
J p;ilza May Holden, West Jordan 20
H j PLUM BIN 3.
H ' H. B. DAVIS. PLUMBING, HEATING.
1 1 sewer work. Tel. 1371 -Y. 12S K, 2nd So.
H j PAINTING.
H" ! JOHNSON & SON, PAINTER AND
H, 't contractor, -"72 State si. rl6S0
W , ACCORDION PLEAT1N3.
H i SUNBURST AND ACCORDION
H pkaUnc. Mrs, Jcnnens, 11 E, 1st Sot mill
HAG15RMAN In this city. January 2f,
ICM. Vent Leo. daughter of John and
Lllllo M. Hagorman, aged l years, r
mouths and 13 days. . . ., , ,
Funeral private, at 1 o'clork this af
ternoon Interment Mt. Olivet cemetery.
HENDRICKSON-ln this city. Janll"7
J5. 1901, Jumea Hcr.drlcksou, In his Mth
Notlca of funeral lulcr.
PAYNE At the counlj.' Iniirmnry. Jan
uary a:. 19l, V;. H. Payne (colored);
aged (3 years. Natlvo of New York.
An old-time barber of Snlt. Lako Clt
The. remains aro at the parlors of un
dertaker Joseph William Taylor, 2-7 South
West Templo street.
GLENN At K7 West Sixth South street,
this cltv, January 2G. 1901. of pneumonia,
Annie, daughter of .lames E. nnd Annie
Hnnson Glenn, aged 5 months and 21
Funtral scrvicen will be hold Thursday
at 12 '30 p. m from the family rosldcncc.
Friends are Invited to attend.
CAHOON' At 324'A North First WcbI. this
cltv, Januarv 2G. Wlllli-. son of V II
linm F. and Theodisa Curtis Cahoon,
' aged ti yearn. ." months and 21 daya.
Funeral services will bo held Wednes
day at p. m., from the family resilience.
Friends are invited to attend.
NEED I AM At HR West Fourth North,
this city, January 2fi, 19l. Charles W.
Neodham aged 3.7 years. 1 month and
2.7 dayx. " Bom In Salt Lako City.
Funeral services will be held Thursdav
at 2 p m., from the Twenty-eighth wnrd
meiitlng-lioupe. Friends are respeelfullv
Invited to attend, nnd can view tho re
mains on day of funeral at family resi
dence, from 12 to 3.30 p. m.
a pajr of gold-rimmed glasses,
on Saturday, on 3rd aU'ect car, return to
JSC II st.; reward. r2ll3
MSS BURKELLA PIERCE. PIER
pont school. Commercial Club bldg.;
classes dally. riS3
rT.OVINQ AND QTCHAQE.
REDMAN VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
moving, packing and shipping. 'Phone 5S5.
Offlco ICC apd liS S. W. Temple. MGI3
PRIVATE TROUBLES OF WOMEN,
confidential. Mrs. Dr. Bee, H SL Elmo.
WESTERN JUNK AND METAL YARD, i
dealers In rag's, scrap iron, bottles, metals
and rubber, hides, pelts, furs, wool, bees
wax and tallow. 123 S. State st. and 1014
S. State at. 'Phone 13S3-IC. Salt Lako City.
"UTAH JUNK CO., HIGHEST PRICE
paid for Iron, brase, rags, bottles, rubber,
copper, etc. G3 E. Sth So. 'Phono 229. bS12
DRESSMAKER FROM THE EAST
would llko family engagements; charges
reasonable; best of references. Address
Nof 7G7 S. W. Temple st.. city. r2102
WE TELL, YOUR NAME AND JUST
what you wish to know about business,
changes, property, mines, claims, money,
sickness, all love affairs, friends, adapta
tions, money and anything Jec. Remem
ber, free If not correct. If you cannot call
write to us Arnold-Dlckson Bros.. "JM
West Second South st ruyj
ALL CAN SEE AND TALK WITH
their spirit frUnds in Thursday night's
meeting; every one welcome. 20G W. 2nd
South. Will move Feb. 1st to Main street.
Arnold-Diclcson Bros r20W
FOR SALE--REAL ESTATE.
WRITE HUNTER &. KENNEDY FOR
particulars about ugden realties. Ogden.
J. J. BRUMMITT HAS BARGAINS IN
Ogdcn realties; Ogden, Utah. o2701
UTAH CARPET AND WALL PAPER
Cleaning Co. Carpets cleaned on the door,
feathers renovated. 'Phone 17S7-K. nllC2
PATENTS FREE. CONSULTATION
office, 35 Eagle blk.. 2nd floor. . dlOlO
JOHN J. WALLACE & CO., D. F.
Walker bldg.. Salt Lako. Collect debts,
anj part of u. S. and Canada. Business
receives prompt attention. References,
Walker Bros. bank. Writ for terms.
NEW OR 2ND-HAND, CASH, TRADE
or tcrma. Sorcnsen-Sloutt Co., IS E. 2nd
CARPENTERS AND JOSSERS,
ROY WATROUS, C7 E. 3RD SO. ELE
vator aud job work. Tel. 1675-Z. oSJO
SCHOOL OF COOKERY.
MISS CANNON INSTRUCTOR: PAR
tictilars at Z E. So. Temple. rl279
SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND.
SHORTILVND. FRENCH, GERMAN
Typewriting done". 220 D. F. Walker. rl723
GEORGE HATTON, STOCK BROKER.
No. 1C Montana house. East Second South;
Commission charged :Jt of 1 per
cent. Certlllcates .sent by registered mall
to out-of-town patrons. You pay no fee If
you buy from or ucll to me. rlG73
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES. Dou
ble chins and all facial blemishes removed.
Eczema, pimples, oily skins, blackhcaaa
and largo pores cured. Manicure, shampoo
and halrdrcBslng done. Mrs. Dwlnell Mc
Kay, cor. Gth East and 2nd So. rlOW
MISS GERTRUDE DUN LAP, ORGAN
ist and Baritone Vocalist, Nov.- Castlcr
Wyo., will be open for engagement Janu
ary 2, 1904. Denomination of church no
objection- and up-to-dato service guar
FLORISTS AND SEEDSMEN.
SOU WARE & IIEINCKE, FLORISTS,
nocdmen. f.l E. 2nd So. Tel. 603. rSOl
B. C. MORRIS FLORAL CO., FU
noral designs, 51 up, McCornlck bldg.
FLORAL DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Richard E. Evans. 3C Main si. Tel. Ml
SALT LAKE-IIUDDART FLORIST
Co. Lnrgcst groenhouso In the west. gl73
FUNERAL DESIGNS AND AR
rangemente. Tho Roserle, 112 Main. Tel.
EBER W. HALL, "UNDERTAKER
find Embnlmcr, op. P. O., 110 W. 2nd So.
nTCNUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES
R. M KENZIE, MONUMENTS. TOMB
sumcs, jw V. 1st So. Write for prices.
ARGENTA LODGE NO. 3. F AND A.
M At Masonic hall first Tuesdny each
month. Members of sister lodges and so
journing brethren invited.
FRANK P. SHERWOOD. W. M.
MOSES C. PHILLIPS, secretary.
WASATCH LODGE NO. 1. F. AND A.
M. Masonic hall, second Friday each
month. Members of sister lodges and so
journing brethren In good standing in
vited A. BROWN, W. M.
A J. LOWE, Secretary.
MT. M0RTAI7. LODGE NO 2. F AND
A. M. Masonic hall, second Monday each
month. Members of sister lodges and so
journing brolhren In good standing In
vited. JAMES, H. BROWN, W M.
CHRISTOPHER DIEIIL. Secretary.
EL KALAH TEMPLE. A. A. O. N. M.
S. Third Wednesday of each month. Ma
sonic hall at S p. m. All nobles sojuorn
C. F. JENNINGS. Potentate,
A. BROWN, Recorder.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Friday night at 3 o'clock In Knlchts of
Pythias hall. 261 Main street.
JOHN RUSSELL, Consul Commander.
T. E. NEWMAN. Clerk.
WOODBINE CIRCLE NO. 41 MEETS
every Tuesday at T. O. O. F. hall.
SILVER MAPLE CIRCLE NO 103
meets every Friday night at I. O. O. F.
FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA.
every Monday at I. O. O. F. temple-
T. E. HARPER, F. M.
IT. Ji HESS. Secretary.
fiecond and fourth Tuesdays. S p. m. I. O.
O. F. tem;)lo.
UTAH LODGE NO 7. EVERY
Thursday, 8 p. in.. I. O- O. F. tepiple.
SALT LAKE NO. 2. EVERY FRIDAY.
K p. in., ut 1. O. O. F. templf?.
JORDAN LODGE NO 3 EVERY MON
dny, S p. m.. I. O. O. F. hall.
R1DGLEY LODGE NO. 3. EVERY
Thurcday. & p. m., I. O. O. F. temple.
ENTERPRISE LODGE NO. 15. EVERY
Wednesday. S p. in., I. O. O. F. temple.
FIDELITY LODGE NO. 1", I. O. O. F.
meets every Wednesday night at S o'clock,
L O. O. F. ten-pie. Visitors welcome.
E. B. HENDERSON, N. G.
J. C. SMITH. Secretary.
RFBTSKAIl NAOMI LODGE (D. OF
R.) No. 1. Every second and fourth Sat
urdays. 8 p. m.. I O. O. F. temple.
MIRIAM. LODGE (P. OF R.)- NO. S.
Every first and third Saturday. S p. m I.
O. O. F. temple. RebckahH Invited. ,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. I
MYRTLE LODGE NO. 1. EVERY
Tuesday. K of P. hall. Dil Main ntreet.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3.
I-ery Thursday evening. IC of P. hall.
CALANTHE LODGE NO. E. EVERY
Monday. K. of P hall.
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 22, J. OK P
moots every Saturday evening, S o'clock.
K of P hall.
KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES. j
Every Thursday, I. O. O. F. hall. VlslUnir
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
"A'rLAlcE'rrY ihvto no4
meets every Mint and third TueHday. g o.
m 1. O. O. F. hall. v
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
SALT LAKE AERIE NO. G7 EVERY
Friday. S p. m.. 1 1 W. First South.
SEGO LILY LODGE 'n0?252! FTRST
and third Tuesday, 8 p. ra A. O. U. W.
ROYAL ARC A N I Um! '
S. lu COUNCIL. 1517. 2ND AND 4TH
Thursdays, Auerbach building.
H. A. JOPLIN, Rec-.
E., L. JONES. Sec.
DANISH BROTHERHOOD OF
IAABETLODGE NO. 78. EVe"r?1ST
ui(l 3rd Thurado-, L O. O. P. tomple.
COLUMBIA OPTICAL CO., 2-70 MAIN.
Wholesale and retail manuf. opticians.
WHERE TO SHOP.
MO AH PRIZE APPLES. GUARAN-tec-d
fresh eggs; choice creamery buttor.
Lowest prices. Utah Produce Exchange.
69 E. 1st So.; 'phone I0S. rHI
SPIDERLEG TEA, FINE, &0C POUND.
Rcllanco M. & J. Coffee (best), 30c pound.
Cream brand Coffee. 17'c pound. ,
1 nlcr-Mountain T., 7S W. 1st So, rtSG
1 IJIRGER F. BURMAN. Ill SO. W.
Temple, makes any kind of mcch. designs.
PHIL 'PHDOIN. LADIES' TAILOR. 123
East 3rd So., next to Knutsford, r402
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES. ETC.
removed by X-rays or electric needle, Lula
, Brooks, &L D,, CoDsUlutloQ blk. rl07S ,
BOARD AN3 ROOMS.
NICE ROOMS. WITH OR WITHOUT
board. 250 So. West Temple. rl9M
PLEASANT ROOMS WITH BOARD,
for gentlemen, private family, 41.50 pur
week. W East 1st North. rlS33
2 PLEASANT BOOMS. WITH BOARD,
in modern home. 137 N. W. Temple. rl247
BEAUTIFULLY FURN. ROOMS, EX
ccllent board, steam heat. 124 S. Gth East-
TWO PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH
board, new modorn house. S34 S. Cth East.
TEMPEST WOOD. PIANO TUNER
& repairer. Hold's, 51 Main. Tel. 2152-X.
WALL PAPER CLEANING.
THE IDEAL PAPER CLEANING CO.,
Charles M. Gott, Manager Lcavo your or
ders at the Smith Drug Co. 'Phono 238.
NEW OR 2ND-HAND. CASH, TRADE
or terms. Sorcnscn-Stoutt Co., 15 E. 2nd S.
NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS. 51T
car Groshell. sales agent. No. 221 Main st.
Expert cash register repairing. Second
hand registers always In stock. nlESO
MONEY TO LOAM.
WE HAyE A LARGE SURPLUS OF
money on terms unusualy favorable to
borrowers. Interest and expenses lower
than any placo In Salt Lake. The Home
Tru.t & Savings Company, 6, S, 10 West
First South street. rl925
EASTERN MONEY AT LOW RATES
cf Interest on city property.
Wicks. No. 69 State st. rl&13
ON IMPROVED OR VACANT PROP
erty; no commission or delay. Weir, 203
So. West Tomple. r257
F. G WOOD, $10 TO $500. FURNITURE,
horses, etc; easy terms. 149 Main, R. 310.
ON CHATTELS OR REAL ESTATE
any amount; any time. O. F. Peterson,
G3 W. 2nd So.
$10 TO $25,000 ON CHATTELS OR REAL
estate, private. Equltablo Loan and
Invest. Co., C2t W. 2nd So. p742
ON ANY PROPERTY; YOU RETAIN
porsesQlon. Tho Stringer Co., 70 W, 2nd S.
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS. EL
mer E. Darling & Co., C W. 2nd So.
S10M TO $30.C0. ONE TO FIVE YEARS;
farm or city property. James K. Shaw,
under Walker Bros. bank. p59
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS.
Miller & Vlele. 2i McCornicK bldg
ON FURNITURE. PIANOS OR GOOD
security, without removal; private E. P.
Slolzenbergor, 10 W. 2nd So , room 2S.
PITY AND FARM PROPERTY, C AND
7 per cent. J. L. Perkcs, 1W S. W. Temple.
MONEY LOANED PRIVATELY.
On furniture, pianos, etc., to salaried peo
ple, without security, on your note; easy
pavmentc; strictly confidential- Cherry.
107' D. F. Walker bldg. C1517
" R. 1j. TRACY. 11 E. 1ST SO.. LENDS
money; no commission, expense or delay.
WE LEND MONEY TO BUILD
houses Jt is not necessary to have the
house built first. We will advanco the
money as the houso progresses LowcBt
rates Part payment any time, and Inter
est reduced accordingly. McGurrln & Co..
131 Mnln ntreet. mlj&C
ROOFING AND REPAIRS REASON
able. S. L. Gravel Roofing Co., 449 W.
1st North. r2C
MASS A3 Z.
MRS. C. 7L TRIPP. MASSAGE AND
magnetic treatment. 35S S. W. Temple,
BOSTON DENTAL PARLORS.
HIGH-CLASS WORK. LOW PRICES.
12C SO. MAIN ST. r9W
WHERE TO GTO'.
THE CLAYTON: ROOMS $2 50 TO 13.00
week. 21G So. State" st ril40
ROOMS AND BOARD, $1 DAY UP:
weekly rates 270 West So. Temple. rl013
HOTEL TELLURIDE. ROOMS COc UP;
rates by week. 22 E, 3rd-So. p200
SUITS TO ORDER, S15 CP FIT GUA'R
antexl. Sorunsen ft Larsen, 115 W. 2nd
FHYSJCIAN3 AND EURQEONS,'
WOMAN SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN.
Lulu Brooks, M. D., Constitution blk.
DR. A.- SCOTT CILVPMAN, DENTIST
C05-fi Scott-Strovcll bldg, 'Phono 1S54-Y.
WE HAVE BOUGHT THE FURNI
t in e of 4 residences, consisting of very
line iron and brass beds, dressers and
chiffonelrfl, couches, extension tables, and.
In fact, tho entire furnishings, and shall
offer these goods at one half of their orig
inal cost, beginning Monday, January
25th. We wish to make special mention of
the ilncst lot of Wilton velvet, Moquette.
Axmln3tcrs and other carpets and ruys
which we have secured through these pur
chases Also a very fine Kingsbury Ca
ble piano at same discount, Nebraska
Furniture Co.. C2 E. 2nd South. rlS44
E M. ONION. AUCTIONEER, 120 S.
West Temple. "Phone G55. r3S0
1G00 HEATERS, .BA3EBURNERS AND
ranges, second-hand. Terms to suit. I. X.
,L Second-Hand Store. 23S S. State. ol303
HAY, GRAIN AND COAL.
1 1 AY, GRAIN. FEED. COAL," WHOLE
sale, retail. Marnane & Co., 125 E; 2nd So.
Tel. 1995. r02
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
structlon; large stock of latest chande
liers, Inter-Mt TSlec. Co., 15 E. 1st So.
RED SANDSTONE, $10.00 PER CORD.
Brown .Stone Co., No. 11 E, lit So.,
ground Ilooiv txas
BY TWO Y'OUNG MEN, ONE OR TWO
comfortably furnished rooms; must be In
private famllv and desirable location,
preferably In eastern or northeastern part
of the cltv, convenient to bu?lness secv
tlon: references exchanged. Address G
40, Tribune. r2117
UPRIGHT PIANO. ADDRESS P O.
box 1322. r2u0
LADY WITH INFANT WANTS
sunnv, warm room and board In private
family. Address G .'17, Tribune. r2(w
SECOND HAND, TWO-CHAIR BAR
ber outnt; mimt bo cheap and in good
condition. Addrosa Box CW, Ogdcn. ni
EVERYBODY TO SEE THE POUL;
try show January 25 to 30. 216 State. r!8o7
GIRL TO STAY WITH LADY AND GO
to school. Apply "15 W. 4th So. rlu07
BY A MAN WITH NERVE. ABILITY
to rustle nnd some money, an interest
in a smnll business that can bo built up.
Address " 47, Tribune.
4 OR 5-ROOM MODERN HOUSE FOR
married couple, or 3 rooms with bath for
housekeeping. Address P. O. box 321. pll&.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
men's cast-off clothing, hats and chocs.
Send postal 65 Commercial st. olGo5
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
stoves. See Matsen, 219 Slate. 'Phone
FURNITURE OR ANYTHING SEC-ond-hnnd-
nothing tco large or fine. 1. X.
Li. :na-nanu otorc. j ci. v.v-t. -oo o. oun.
DELIVERY BOY INTER-MOUNTAIN
Tea Co., 78 W. 1st So. r2U2
A BOBY TO LEARN THE DRUG
business, about 15 years of age. Apply
Dayton Drug Co., 2nd So. and State.
ARE YOU SATISFIED
with your present position and salary?
If not, write lis for plan and booklet. Wo
havo openings for managers, secretaries
advertising men, salesmen, bookkeepers,
mining men, etc., paying from J1O0O to $10,
000 a year. Hlsh-grnde exclusively.
Sulto F, 502 Pioneer Bldg.. Seattle, Wash.
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; good wages. Apply C2G E. Brlgham.
GIRL FOR GENERAL. IIOUSEWORK
JC2 East 7th South HS65
MEN TO LEARN THE BARBER
trade: 8 weeks completes; positions guar
anteed: tuition earned while learning;
licensed Instructors: growing demand for
our graduates. Call or write for particu
lars. Moler's Barber college. 02 E. 1st So..
Salt Lake City. r!737
MEN-ALL BARBER WORK FREE
at Moler's Barber college, G2 E. 1st South.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply No. 01 First st. rlC65
NURSE GIRL FOR SMALL FAMILY".
203 South Fifteenth street.
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 127 12th East. rol7
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Hotel, restaurant and household help.
Headquarters for laborers.
55 W. 2nd So. Tel. W.-'S rings. o743
COAL MINERS WANTED AT GRASS
Creek mines. Coalville, tUah.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
at 10 South 4th East. rlSC3
BY JAPANESE STUDENT. IN OF
llce, morning and evening. Address G 39.
STEADY JOB BY MAN THAT CAN DO
rough carpenter work; havo tools, would
l:ke position with some real-estate agents
that have properties to keep In repair or
some mining concern. Address G 33.
WOMAN WANTS WASHING AND
Ironing by day. CIS 1th st ; .Miss Jenson.
SITUATION AS ASSISTANT BOOK
keeper for small concern: three years' ex
perience; best of references. Address 955
East 1st South.
MIDDLE-AGED MAN WANTS A
position as elevator man or nlghtwatch
man In a store. Address P. O. Box 1252.
W ANTED--AG ENT3.
"T?IE GREAT CHICAGO THEATER
Disaster." Thrilling stories by survivors.
Fully Illustrated. Retail $1.50. Best terms.
Send four two-cent stamps for mailing
outllt. Act quick. J. S. Zleglcr & Co.,
Dcpt, B., Chicago. rlSOS
AGENTS WANTED; EITHER SEX;
terms liberal. 314, Progress bldg. rlS52
FURNITURE OF 7-ROOM BOARD-Ing-house;
house for rent. G 36. Tribune.
A NO. 1 FRESH JERSEY FAMILY'
cow. 25 S. 7th East.
5 RM. COTTAGE FOR SALE FOR
cash, east side. Address G 32, Tribune
FT T n X TTl Tn.fi FOR FOUR ROOMS.
practically new. at big discount. Inquire
all North 1st West.
PIANO PLAYERS. MAHOGANY" OR
oak; easily operated; guaranteed by man
ufacturers. Call and hear it. Only fSO; 319
2nd East. rlS35
GASOLINE ENGINE FOR 3ALE. 059
Stato st. rl733
FURNITURE OF 7-ROOM HOUSE FOR
sale, houho for rent, $35. US So. 2nd West-
FURNITURE FOR SEVEN-ROOM
hobwe. 130 So. 2d W. rl612
FURNITURE OF A 7-ROOM MODERN
houuc; very reasonable. 410 E. 3rd So.
A PART OR ALL OF AN OLD ESTAU
ilohed business in this city, with an In
vestment of over JSO.COO.CO. paying a not
profit of $700.00 a month. Tho buyer must
bnvc good business ability, capablo of
taking management, together with at
least $15,000.00 in cash to Invest, For fur
ther Information address G 21, Tribune.
ALL KINDS OF HORSES. IOWA
stable. 120 W. So Temple. rlOlO
COM SHARES PA Y'M ASTER MINING
Co. capital stock, Address M 12, Tribune.
FOR SALE-1903 WINTON TOURING
car, cost $2600; two $40 headlamps, $c0
worth extra tires, all first-class order,
S1K-0, Colorado Automobile po., 1510 Court
Place, Denver, Colo., selling agents for
Columbia 24-h. p. and Knox 16-h. p. gas
oline tourlng-cyrs. r33
HACK. ALSO ROCK AW AY' CAR
rlage; good order. 15 W. 2nd So., roon 2S.
SNAPS IN FARM PROPERTY' ARE
advertised right along In Tho Inter-Moun-taln
Farmer. Advortlsors make sales, too,
WEATHER STRIPS AU JUVERS
Bros,, 140 Main street, 01213
FOUR-ROOM BRICK COTTAGE, ST.
Louis avc.. No. M. between 4th and utn
North sts. and bW and Gth West sts.
Key at No. G31 liu
4 ROOMS, PRICE $10. 2S0 SOUTH
10th West st. ' r-1H
SMAJL HOUSE 2 ROOMS, PANTRY,
closet. 3C3 Gth East. No children.
8-ROOM MODERN BRICK. HOT-WA-ter
heat, nicely furnished; east aide. Jas.
K. Shaw, under Walker'3 bank. rlS45
S'-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. RUSSEL
Tracy. No. 11 E. 1st So. rlb
$10.00 4-ROOM FLAT. NO. 30 EAST 4TH
So. Inqulro C2 East 1st 3o.
HOUSE, 5 ROOMS. BATH. 5TH SOUTH,
i. block from Main. Inquire 331 D. p
Walker block. rlfol
STORE AND FOUR ROOMS, 253 EAST
4th So.. $15.00 per month. Inquire J. Glan
flcld. 31 So, 1st West.
A COMPARATIVELY NEW EIGHT
room modorn brick houso, furnished, fur
nace. Call at 75 Second ot. Owner leav
SEVERAL DESIRABLE HOUSES. J.
Domain Reavts. 78 W. 2nd So. 'Phon 173.
20 HOUSES. ALL KINDS. PRICES
and locations. Tuttle Bros.. 149 Main st.
HOUSE OF 5 ROOMS AND BATH, 126
So. Cth West: rent $20.00. 3
7-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. WITH
furnace. 377 E. 5th So. j
7-ROOM COTTAGE. ENTIRELY MOD
crn, nt C51 So. Main. r27
FOUR ROOMS; FURNITURE FOR
sale; snap; parities leaving city. 210
G-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE, BATH,
well located. Inquire Miller & Vlele, Mc
Cornlck block. Tel. 975-IC plSOG
LAJiGE 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
quire 15 W. 2nd South, room 2S. pllOO
7 AND S-ROOM MODERN HOUSE:
steam and hot water heat; close In. Janes
K. Shaw, under Walker Bros. bank. nl5S0
TWO NEW THOROUGHLY' MODERN
S-room residences. No 116 Enst 2nd South.
Inquire at premises from 3:30 to -130 p. m.
7-ROOM HOUSE IN PARK TER
race. Inquire U. U. Hlskey, 201 McCor
nlck blk. Pi
WE WANT SOME HOUSES TO RENT.
Hill Invest. Co., 15G So. W. Temple. mllO
FOR RENT --FURNISH ED.
ONE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
with or without housekeeping. 120 E.
1st South. rillS
FURNISHED 3-ROOM HOUSE, OR
would sell furniture. 235 W. 3rd South.
2 OR 3 ROOMS EN SUITE. NICELY
fum. for housekeeping. 164 E. 2nd So.
1630 STH EAST. S-ROOM MODERN.
Wolr. 200 So. West Temple. r20S7
FURNISHED ROOMS. HOUSEKEBP
Ir.g or board. C3 N. 1st West st. r2101
HANDSOME FRONT ROOM. WITH
bav window; furnace heat: cheap; kitchen
If desired. 340 East lst"So. Tel. 12C9-Y".
A NICELY' FURN. 6-ROOM HOUSE;
all modern Improvements. -155 So 2nd East.
NICELY' FURN. MODERN ROOMS,
steam hent, ploac In. 325 So. 2nd East.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping. 50 W. 0th So. r204S
7-ROOM HOUSE OR FURNITURE
for sale. 212 W. 1st So. r20l9
FURN. ROOMS. WITH OR WITHOUT
housekeeping. 133 Cth East, private fam
1IOME, WITH NEW FUKN1TU11E.
complete. 7 rooms with furnace, 4th East
and 2nd South, for few months to couple
for rent of house only. Telephone C9G.
2 LARGE, WELL FURNISHED
rooms for housekeeping. 576 So. Main.
3-ROOM FLAT FOR HOUSEKEEPING,
electric light, bath. 317 So. uth E. HS43
FRONT SUITE. MODERN HOUSE, $12;
board close by. 410 S. 6th East. rlSIS
ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEP
lng; now and clean; bath and electric
light. 570 So. 2nd East, rl59S
CHEAP. FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH
or without housekeeping. 242 W. 1st So.
4 NICELY" FUR. ROOMS. BATH, E, L.;
housekeeping; no children. E55 S. W.
Tcmplo sL r231
SEVEN-ROOM. MODERN FURN.
house, close In. dcslrablo localltv. Apply
to Co-op Second-Hand Store, 224-226 So.
Slate st. rl071
2 MODERN. FUR. OR UNFUR.
housekeeping rooms. 437 E. 3rd So. r7S7
OFFICE AND FURNISHED ROOMS:
modern. 13 South Main at
THREE ROOMS FOR LIOHT HOUSE
kccplng. no children. 11 Kendall terrace.
NO. 1630 CTH EAST, S-ROOM BRICK,
modern, furnished. $03.
Weir. 20G So. West Temple. r7lfl
FURNISHED ROOMS; HOUSEKEEP-
ing it ucsireci. a. stat9 et. r33
2 ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING,
hot. cold water, bath. 653 3rd East pl9S
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping; also rooms with or with
out board. S31 East First So. p4SS
ROOMS. WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD.
Modern: furnace heat 225 W. Cth So.
FURN. ROOMS. WITH OR WITH
out housekeeping. 26 So. W. Temple.
MEREDITH. 131 SO. W. TEMPLE.
GRACE DELLT0 DAVIS PIERPONT
School. Commercial Club bldg. rl724
6TOVE AND FOUNDRY WORK3.
STOVES. RANGES. CASTINGS, RE
ncwr.il and rcpulrcd; dealers In stoves and
ranges. Western Foundry, 212 Statu at.
'Phone 1625-X. O1720
ENQRAVER3 AND DESIGN ERS.
DE BOUZEK ENG. CO. CUTS FQR
all purposes. 27 W. S. Temple. r3S7
NEW OR 2ND HAND; EASY TERMS;
In perfect condition; como and see our
irin8' -utaJl A-uto Co., 370 Main. Tel.
A TEN PERCENTl
ovr house, prey-sed brick nsTlrfK?
Plumbing, cement waiitMck', D-'tP','
street, electric llghbr ln fktWllr
per month. Price. Wrt 2?T
anco same tin rent o ViAf' .
Eighth West. - EnS-JaWljf
A CHOICE BUILDP1
East 1st South. lJlJl' SPOTmx.
IT SHOULD OTFP-JfOI', "
to select a homo when 11 Blfttlf
7-room 2-story brick V u 3r
path, good plumbing, VtMiit
sewer, on a lot 2,a7? rmun,i?dfrtT
for $3000. by Paying $.ro.-Jfn I
2x.dnd 3rd sts, fif -
A full 2-story 7-room brlrv Wi
onlst st., facing tAJ
A 9-room modern 2-stor-- . w
nor R st.. worth KM, hf'iuA' '
A Rlchter. 19 W. lAS ?
TUTTLE BROS. linTTT-Jwiin
5 C0-For a neat Url cot&Vlfl
Tomplo st., large lot 5? ?a V
It's near Sth ? l Drtd 1M- '
5 00-Nlco 3-r bk. cottacV riK n(
fine locality N st ne?B
$100-Buya a cotUge horn.
largo lot and 4 vy "
not far from Wn.ilg0 fjSJ.
Iton. Prt ?u!1
In the very best dlSS? &M
Lake. City. VhUSft S
worth of non-resided ."iK
These nconlo tmni ?. CrcJnf
money and therefore offil K
bargains. It will nav va, .'"jB-4
and talk it over beforo I'l'ljf
Tuttlo Bros., ProgresgIy g
REAL ESTATE B.VRGAmTjrm F
R. lands. E. J, Wills. 15 W J ?S I
A. C. SADLER, 112 W. 2Nd7TS Cl
31925-Bk S-room, kitchen etcilM0l
barn, southeast ' w
$2500 New pressed brick, 5 ic. t-m, I
etc.. Sth East. '
in$30CO-Modoni S-room, 2-story brMp
niW Bk. 4-room, tvater. t.1Br, ' itifl
northeast ' pla,I7i i SCil
$3000-2 houses, 5x10 rods.. TV sj i V i
close to depot ( r
$2SW-3 acres. 5-room houM tA $ '
service, southeast SW1 1
QSfA Largo warehouse, R t . J (.
large lot, closo In. ' '
$100 per rod. 20 rods by 10. cn us J, ,
walking distance. iU "litis,
$40005x11 rods. 6-room. brick. lir,.vi l :
Sth East Wf!t fV
$700 1-room frame, city traltr MJ
lnts. barn, weot aldA. if 41
$10-3xl0-rod corner, with 5-rQJ .'ft
A good roomlng-houso of 3) roo-i -in.
Sco me if you are looking for a 'J
A. C. Sadler. 112 W 2nd go V r
WE SELL REAL ESTATeTttTI;
all. Tuttlo Bros.. 119 Main; red halj fa
ACRE.VGEI ACREAfJE'l i
Six acres near 11th South, exUii rPi
fruit or chicken farm. Ist-cLua "i
rlght. property adjoining selllns te
to $4CO per acre. But owner must si i f
If taken at onco $1230 takes It. V
The cheapest lots In the cUt, I'Jj t'li
near Liberty park, $125 to IM.'eatr ei
For bargains In modern homtj s a
once. " ;,:
A. McKcllar t Co.. 03t VT. go. i f
Y'OU WANT THESE, i A't
A 0-room mod. brick, 2 blks. froaEi 5!
Gate, a fine place, cost WA to belli
houso and the ground Is worth F&i S
wc can sell tho place for $32fQ ami n
good terms. Y'ou can make one piyi
nnd the rent will pay the rest g
51500 A 3-room pressed brick onSthli'jn
$1&30 A 3-roorn framo on 5th Sa..V4rG
1th and 5th E., ground 44i3 rfth,
shed, chicken-houc". This Is a snap, tiki
And many others. Call ana h u
terms, and if you think of bulldlGssH Fy
Wo build on small cash paymesU lH
easy terms. liL
Rcge Really Co.. F. M. Pcwdl. V.'&'j
rooms 16 and 17, No. S W 2nd So, 'FliK;
See GODDARD, under Walker's hdW?
BROAVN'S IN TOAVN SELLS REJ
estate, loan money, writes lnsuran.J
11 E. 1st South. i
RANCHES. FARMS. ACREA0E, B
list of our real estalo paper free alo!J
Harrington & Courtney, 15 IV. Ml
S. B. WESTERF1ELD. 6S-E3 COii
blk. Houses, lots and business proprtj
NEW FIVE-ROOM PRESSED BRK
house, modern plumbing, electric HJ
cement walks In street and yard; cur'
tcr; easy terms. O. Eitfdahl, 323 5. St-
T3ullding up rapidly with modern pre
brick houses. No house to cost lt
$10C0. High level ground, street or,
water Lots $150 to $230. $10 cash. , $5
Hubbard Invt. Co . 7S W. 2nd Soutt.
A RANCH. LOCATED ON THE iHfc
boldt river and the Southern P- ft;
road, at Hnllcck. Nev. contains
acres of flno moadow and hay I,6V'S
Jng annually 1D30 tons of hay, !)
acrss of watered land In a pood rw
A modern hotel and a "" ,M
hnuEe, completely furnished; "a'n2B
bles. corrals and all other J7.
I wll? also 'sell with said Wf?$m
head of cattle, 50 head of wrK "af3K
horses, 5 wagons and harness. 4 '",
Implements and 7C0 tons ol ,,
property will be sold altogether jm
For further particulars InqulM o.
to M. McCain, Hallcck SUtlon.
county, Nev JK
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE JM
ment Co. Real estate and loan B'v7
251 Main strcot.
SELLS RE Air ESTATB J-M
loans. Edw. M. Ashton. 207 Dcserr
PLACE TO BUY Vnd
lots. C. W. Miller, 112 V . '--X
REAL ESTATE. MOff fSaitX
Cannon & Cannon. 24 C- a
A NET 0 PER. CENThefi
In property centrally loc3"uf'cr Ihan.S
I es arc sure to advance, saw
"peculation and much , mog JS.
than a real estate mortC; M , jm
Shaw, under Wclkor Prosj TZjm
REAL ESTATE. BENT?. L0AN
Hill Invest C OlSJoj rtfM
rbrick. modern, cel.
TTnhbord Invt Co.. ' jVi
13 blocks omJ.Sfm
city water, ffXn p,r:f S
lng up rapl'j ". "before buyW V
houses. Seo Oakicj
vhcre. 7R 2nd So. E
Hubbard Inv. Co - - JB!
NEW OR 2ND-HAND! : CASH.
ot terms. Soniiujcn-Stouu