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h 1 1' x 2 TELE &A1F LAKH? TBIBUOTS: Satukday Mokntn-g-3 Febrcjahy 6, 1904. 1
I, UMBRELLAS TO
'. WEATHSK. CTiEEJwS TOBECAST
j j INDICATES PltOPEH STREET
1 WEAR FOR TODAY.
; l.lGfiT -SHOW
Tiio varm snow
storm that Wcathor
Gchndulod for yester
day arrived on tlrno
nud stopped over. H
iIj stated by Mr.
Hyatt that the vls
3:or will leave by this
morning and that
ino weather will bo
fair. Tills means
that It will bo well
to carry un umbrel
la, rs mounts and
rubbars. as thoro
I may be light sr.owr. or rain. The maxi
mum fempcrctur- ycDierc'ay was F-3 de
grees ond tho low rerord 2i desvons. At
other points tho tomporature ranged about
th siunti, but wJth tho exception of Poca
tcllo. Jdo., no snow was reported. Here Is
i vhe record:
Denver Plly Cldy....? C2
Grand Junction rily. Oldy....:: H
Helena Cloudy.... K 12
i , Pccatr.llo Snowing.... M .".l
1 Modna Cloudy.... 62
Y.'.nnyinucca P:ly. C!dy....K 22
I1 CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD.
There will Lo a meeting of the P. E. O.
society at tho homo of Mrs. Gam:. 31
i South Sow nth East street, this afternoon
at 2 o'clock.
The r.r.nuAl 1ar.q:rt of the Press club
I ivli! be given at th Commercial club to
lht. A programme rather r.tnrtllng In
I iomt ros pests has been prepared for tho
f 1 V band of thirty converts to the Mor-
I mon faith, direct from Germany, arrived
l.i the city yostcrday. They were mostly
i adults, about equally divided . to sex.
The party divided hero, soroo going to
1 i Ogdi-n. somo lo American Fork and the
I otlifrs remaining In this city.
1 President Frank J. Hewlett of the City
I Council returned home yrslerdny from a
I buMnrss trip lo Nevada. Mr. Uewlctt do-
I clmd that tho rumor circulated to the
I effect that he had gono to California for
V mi extended visit was an ciTor. which
H originated In the Imaginative minds of
I 1 Feme of hlB Council colleagues.
I J. Saunders Gordon, proprietor if ih
U Sc human Concert company, wh !': (
I day discharged from the Holy Crowe !k
pltal In this city after a two weeks' sle
I with an abscess In one of his ears. Mr.
Ii Gordon expects to be able to rejoin his
I, company In a few days, - the company
I having continued to fill Its engagements.
i i The recital which wns given at tho First
Congregational church last night by Wnl
I 1 tcr A. Wallace was highly successful from
. ' a musical standpoint. Encores wero fre
i rucnt and tho audience was appreciative.
' ' A great ovation was given WUlard Wolhe
nfler his violin selection. Tho programme
wim rendered as published.
I The appointments made by County As-
, f -ssor Ben P.. Eldrlgde of John It. Scott
i rnd ,, E. Bcvcrldge to assist in the work
I oi tho assessing were confirmed by the
I l Biard of County Commissioner yoster
I. I d"j. Mr. Scott Is engeged to distribute
It I t-x payers' statements at a salary of It
ll 7 per day. and Mr". Beveridge will work on
v.. ihe assessment rolls at t per daj'.
E Articles of incorporation of tho Banner
I Cinnlng company of Ogden were filed In
I Tie office of. the Secretary of State yester-
I d.iN. The capital stock of the company
I , 1st $10.(O, divided Into 30.000 shares of the
r. pir alue of ?l each. The ofrtcers of tho
, (."orporatlon arc as follow: William Van
' Alen, president: Hugo L. "yhllc. vlcv
2resldent and treasurer, and P.alph 11.
C.ipt, George 11. PcnvoKo of ths city
and on of Gen. Penroae, as Ounrtermas
l 1 icr at Port Townssnd. will make two vls-
: Us per month until December 31, 1&(M. to
! FiJttle. Wash., on official business In con
1 ' jioction with construction work now go
I Ing on. The Captain returns to hlK prop
I ' u' station after each visit. The visits
I made by Capt. Penrose nre considered
I , highly essential to the public service.
I m o
I A handsome golden eagle, chained by
I l is lejr to a heavy box In front of th-s
I 11H Pric? grocery store on upper Main
I street, attracted a great deal gf attention
I itom passersby. The bird was caught at
f ' 3!ountlful a few days ago by J. M. Mc
l Nell. It Is only live months old. and Is
I , ihercforo not full-grown. Its measurement
1 across the wings being only six feet, while
! , many of Its kind meaHure ten feel from
I tip to Hp. The eagle la fed on raw meat j
1 j ' and Is an adept at skinning a rabbit.
J KNUTSFORE 30TEL.
I I The one place for comfort and ele-
j I paiice. Fireproof; telephonee in every
j( zoom: mooern In. evt-ry way.
ID. J. Gbc.rp Coal Co.
Office, 7C South Main clreaC Tele
phor.e3 710 end. 420.
Yard No. 1, 1st South bit. 3rd and
i ' llh West. Telephone 713-3 rings.
Yard Ko. 2. 12 th South and Hth East.
Yard No. 3, State bcL 13th and 14th
Eouth. Telephone 1C5.
I, , Death Gi Julo Cloaby.
Manr personn in Salt Lake, especially
those In the liquor bupluosr, will learn
"wi'.h regret of the death of Jule Ciasbj-,
v.-ho died from consumption at Cla7
' Center, Xaii.. last Sundcy morning. Mr.
; Clasby -.vat? the proprietor o a saloon
,', on the ent side of Main street boma
i twelve years ago. He went from hero
'h, j to tho State of WaGhhigton, and re-
turned about eighteen months ago. For
, I the post year he hay been unable to
1 -work, owing- to the ravages of tuber
1 culoslf. Last Novembc-r ho went to
1 ' ' Clay Center, where his mother and-sis-.
. ! ttr reside, lo await tin end. He is n
; 1 brother of James T Clasby, tho well-
known n-.lnlnz; man. The funeral will
1 . take placo In Xansaf.
) 530,000 stock of Diamonds, Watches,
' A Jewelry. Silverware, Cut Glass, Clocks,
v,j ! t jtc.,-at auction. 2:30 and 7:30 this day.
I i W W. "Hall's Jewelry Store. 227 Main st.
Ijl iMarrlngo licenses.
I George S. 3Dnviu, Salt Lake City
J L,vey S. Whlttaker, Salt Lako CU7 .... 2
, ' Matt Zonan, Jilnsbani zi
ij I 1 Johara Mustor, Bingham is
Q i V Ephralm Cowberry, Grantsille rz
H 1 Julia 3fI. Orr. Granlavlllc 27
f 1 Cortez Mollobcrt. PJallsburg. N. V 52
I I Mary Jiir.n Bentley, Lawrence, Mnas., 25
J 1 George Kellar. Ouray, Colo 20
, 1 il Carry D. Smith, Ouray, Colo 30
t Hi j jr Fi'eo ZdusicM.
H' llill This evening at S:Z0 o'clock our regu-
H ijjjn lar Saturday lnunical occurs. The mu-
H' lliii BicaI Publ'c H invllod. Piofcsor George
H 1 1 II Skelton, violinist; Mr. Fred Graham,
H "i'iT tenor, will appear. Tho musical public
L i J InUtcd. CLAYTON MUSIC CO.,
H' jjlj? 10) ouLh Main Street.
B "ilHs ' delivery of the Tribune Is Irrrgular
Hl null rloaao mofeo complsint to offlcclU South
n 1 Ul Veat 5:oaplo tl., or toloplioae S5U.
! WERE RUDELY JARRED
The social aspirations of Charles Nel-
son, a gentleman of color, were rudely
jarred by Patrolman Evans yesterday
afternoon. Instead of leading- the grand
march at tho Federation of Labor ball,
attired in a starched shirt and a claw
hammer coat, as he fondly hoped to do,
Nelson will probably lead the chain at
the lronmouldors hall and carry the
clawhammer In hln hand.
Nelson, who 13 a member of the
Building Laborers' union, has been doing-
some work about the new Federa
tion hall at the comer of State and
Fourth South streets. In his rounds of
the building he ran across a package
of newly printed tickets for the dedi
cation boll. He was seized with an un
holy dcBlro to got hln numo In the so
ciety columns of the weekly periodi
cals. In fancy ho saw the name of
"Charles Nelson" blazoned among those
who hold the boltle nt tho social "goes"
on Brigham street nnd enrolled as one
who talked down tho actors in a fash
ionable box party.
" 'Deed." murmured Charles to him
self, "it may be steal in', 11 may; but
' 11 1 r 1 1 " ' 1 - 1 ' -rm jj-:
I IN THE SOCIAL WHIRL )
I A very charming lot of society girls
are thos who have been Invited to as
sist at tho openlna- reception of tho Uni
versity club next Thursday evening. Tho
number Includes Miss Sherman, Miss
Laura Sherman. Mis.1! JCinr.ey, Miss
Thorn, Miss Webber. MIes Kcld. Miss Mc
Grath, MIhk Geildtg. Miss Bnrko, Miss
Judc. Miss Park, Miss Cecelia Sharp.
Miss Miller, Miss Margo Mlllor. Miss
Lota McMillan, Miss Gillespie, Miss Juno
Mclntyro. Miss EIir.a"both Mclntyre, Miss
Zano and Miss Grnco Emery. Frederick
Lyon, president of tho club, will bo as
sisted in receiving by tho former presi
dents. In striking contrast to tho wintry
weather outsldo were the spring-liko dec
orations used by Mrs. Parsons at the very
channlnc luncheon given at her homo yes
terday In honor of Mlas Juno Mclntyre
lirlillant jonquils, the first harbingers of
firing, formed tho beautiful oblong cen
rerplece of tho long table, at which eight
een guests wero seated. At eitlior end
of the centerpiece was a crystal candel
abrum with candles and nhades of yel
low, the electric lamps being shaded
In the same color. Dellcaie sprays of
plumosa wero used on the candelabra,
and trailed over tho cloth, while ropeB of
tho beautiful green entwined tho chando
ller. Tho place-cards wero Gibson heads
done In watir colors.
The largest event of tho week Imme
diately preceding Ash Wednesday will bo
tho reception In honor of tho officers and
ladies of Fort Douglna to be given by Col.
and Mrs. Edwin F. Holmes at tho Amelia
Palace on tho evening of February ICth.
Miss Judge will entertain at a German
at the Ladles' Literary clubhouse next
Will Hall Is to.be. best man at the Noble
P.obinson weJdlns next Tuesday, v
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Druehl are home
from an extended visit In Europe.
.A number of well-known society peoplo
will give an Informal dancing party at
the Ladles Literary clubhouses next Sat
Mr. and Mrs. J. Tl. Walker will enter
tain at an Informal supper tomorrow
evening at their home.
Another delightfully informal hop was
given at the post last evening, attended
by a number of tho younger noclety set
from the city.
Ilalberr ICorr was In tiie city yesterday,
tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C.
Bert Gnodloe of St. LouIj entertained
a few friends nt an elegantly appointed
dinner at the Knutaford last evening.
The table was laid In tho green room and
WILL NOT HELP
ANTON HEGNEB DESERTS PRIMA
D0N2JA AND CLAIMS BREACH
Word has Just reached Salt Lake that
Anton Hcgncr, the splendid 'celll3t who
was one of the chief attractions during
tho recent Pattl engagement In this
city, left the company at Se.attlc and
has gone to New York. It ia charged
that Patti's manager' broke his con
tract with Heg-aer, who, outside the
prime, donna, was the highest salaried
musician In the- aggregation, and that
the cause of the failure to live up to
the contract on the part of the man
ager y.'oh duo to poor business In the
Pacific Northwest. From a reliable
source It is learned that Hegner ha3
gone to New York to Institute a dam
age suit against Pattl'y manager to
recover 530.000 because of the breach
. . .
MESSENGER BOY M
Chased ,by a Stranger fer a
Block and a Half.
Roy Keay, a 15-ycar-old U. D. T. mes
senger boy, cano panting Into tho office a
little after ;n!dnlght last nlsht and report
ed that ho had been chased tcv a block
and a half on Third End slreet by a
He was Liking a message to 47 South
Third East nnd wns between Fourth and
Fifth South when a man stepped from be
hind a tree and confronted him. Roy did
not stop to auk tho fellow's business, but
started for town at a speed which would
not be countenanced by tho rules of the
Messenger Boys' union. After pursuing
him for a block and a half the stranger
gave up tho chase.
I Not How Cheap Rut How Good.
Blue Point Pcrfcctos,
j Utah's Favorite Clsur,
ifolkses what break Into sasslety can't
have no compunctlousness about that
onh they'd nevah get theh, dey
To make a long- story short, Charlc3
took twenty-fivo of the ball tickets and
put them In his pockets. The tickets
were missed soon afterward and Ncl
on, being the" only man who had ac
cess to them, was at once suspected.
When Ofllcer Evans took him into cus
tody and found the tickets on his per
son, tho union ofllclals wero justly
"He ought lo he boycotted," one of
them declared. "Here ho Is a member
of the Building Laborers' union and he
has never even applied for a card In
the Amalgamated Order of Porch
Climbers and Ticket Glommors. It Is a
case of out-and-out scabbln'. Hln own
union ought to suspend him for six
months for Infrlngln on another craft
and his name will get published In the
ollicial Climbers' and Glommers' Jour
nal." Nelson was locked up on the charge
of petit larceny and Jailer Kimball, out
of regard for his social aspirations,
gavf him a silver-plated spoon with
which to fish for potatoes In his soup.
Amcxlcan Beauty roses wero used In dec
oration. Mr. Goodloo's guests wero E.
B. Lane of Now York, William Harcombo
of San Francisco. Thomas B. Farrell of
St. Louis and T. 11. Ferguson of this
Mrs. John Stuart Mnnlcy ontertalned a
few friends at a Kensington tea yester
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Limb will glvo a
dinner party tomorrow evening to a few
Clarence Gaines Is hoine from a" month's
visit on tho coast.
Miss Yhost, a very charming girl of
York, Pa.. Is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. D.
Friends of Miss Eleanor K. Pelorson of
the Wft Side high school will regret to
learn that she Is quite III, suffering from
a threatened attack of appendicitis.
Members of the "Sixty-three Card club
spent a very pleasant afternoon yester
day at tho homo of Mrs. S. E. Benedict.
Col. and Mrs. Sturgls entertained at an
informal supper last evening after the
Tho mooting of the Browning- section of
tho Ladles' Literary club, which was to
have bcn hold this afternoon, has ixcn
postponed for one week.
A merry lot of younjc peoplo attended
thu dance givon by the senior class of tho
high school at Unity hall last night. Red
and black were eonsplcuoua In th deco
ration of the hall, pennants fastened on
the wall, with streamers .of the school
colors looped over tho platform whore
wero seuted the musicians behind a bank
of palms. In one corner stood the punch
table, draped also In the school colors,
with flags forming a sort of canopy.
About 10) young peoplo were there, tho
chaperons being Mrs. Noldtm. Mrs. Short,
Mrs. Stephens und Mrs. Havenor.
Mrr. Arthur 31. S. Bird Is In New York,
where she will visit for some time.
Dorr Austin of St. Louis Is the guest for
a short Urnt or his sinter, Mrs. Ledyard
M. Bnlley. at hr home on Twelfth East
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Clark of Colorado
are In the city for a few days on their
wny to the Pacific Northwest and Cali
fornia, whero they will spend the remain
der of tho winter. They stopped oft" here
en route to vllt their daughters, the
Mimes Clark, who are students at Row
The regular meeting of the P. E. O.
society will bo hold this afternoon at the
homo of Mrs. Harry Ganz, 31 Seventh
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Kerrlck expect to
leave this morning for California. Mrs.
Kerrlck will probably bo away all sum
mer, but Mr. Kerrlck will roturn in a few
I FROM A TRIP IN
MR. AND MRS. P. A- DRUEHL
HOME, AFTER NINE MONTHS'
F. A. Druehl, of the firm oC Druehl &
Franken, has Juit returned from a
nine-months' trip abroad. Mrs. Druehl
accompanied him on the trip.
They visited all the principal cltlt3
of England, Scotland and Ireland, and
thee mado a tour of the German cities.
From there they wont to Vienna,
through Bohemia and Austria, into
Switzerland and lo Cologne. From that
city they went by tteamer to Brussels,
Eelgium and then to Paris. After ma
king a tour of France they proceeded
to Italy, where the winter was spent
In visiting the hldorlc places of that
Whlio In Rome Mr. and Mrs. Druehl
wero fortunate enough to see Pope Pius
X. on two occasion. Through the
American college they secured a card
of Invitation to bo present at the Vati
can when the Pope received and blessed
the people. They also saw him again
at St. Peter's cathedral, while he was
with the cardinals.
In London they saw President Loubet
of France, at the tlmo 6f the recep
tion which was tendered him by King
Edward. They were able to sec the
rulers of nearly all the countries they
"Kings and Einperorn are just the
aamc as other ordinary mortals," said
Mr. Drcuhl yesterday, in relating the
incidents of his trip, "And they are a
pretty tough-looking lot, too. Wo were
fortunate enough -to ee the King of
Italy, the Pope, and the rulers of nearly
all the European countries." t
8 elegant Presents given away free
at the Big Auction Sale of Diamonds,
WatcheB. Jewelry, Silverware and Cut
Glass at W. W. Hall's Jewelry Store,
227 Main st. Sales today at 2:30 and
7:30 p. m.
Vansant & Chamberlain have 'some
special bargains In "2" hand organs
from 315.00 up, which they Invite you
to call and ace. 32 Main street, directly
opposite Z. - "
PITTS In this city, February 2nd, Erven
R. Pitts, aged 5 months. 25 days, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pitts.
The funeral wau held Friday, February
Cth, at 3 j). m., from tho family reaidence.
459 South Seventh East. Interment In City
KNIGHT At m North Third West street,
this cltv. February G, 1W1, of old age.
Mrs. Knight, aged 7S years; mitlvo of
England; camn to Salt Lako City fifty
years ago. Mother of Wlllard Knight
of Knight & Co.
Notice of funeral later.
HANSEN In this city. February 5, IfOI.
Mary Hansen, aged SO years.
Funeral will he held from Ebor W.
Hall's funcrol chopel, opposlto the post
office, at 12 o'clock Sunday. February 7,
1001. Friends Invited. Interment City
COPPIN In Sprlngvlllo, Utah. February
3. 1JMM, of spinal meningitis, Minnie Prls
cllla Coppln, daughter of Thomas and
Ada Coppln, born January 1C, 1S07, at
Spanish Fork, Utah.
Funeral will take place nt Spanish Fork
Sunday at 12 o'clock.
COOK Tho fur.oral of William M. Cook
will be held from O'Donncll'a funeral
chapel thlB nftcmoon at 3 o'clock. In
terment In Mt. Olivet.
W1IITWORTH Tho funeral services over
tho remains of the lato Agnes . Whlt
worth, aged 57 yearo, will bo held Sun
dny at S p. in., from tho funeral chapel
of Undertaker Joseph William Taylor,
21 South West Temple Btrcct. Frlonds
are Invited to attend.
FLOR13TB AND SEEDSMEN.
ALFALFA. CLOVER. GRASS. GAR
den. flower seeds, fertilizers; cataloguo
free. Vogelor Seed Co. s5
SCHWARZ & HEINCKE. FLORISTS.
Bccdmen. 61 E. 2nd So. Tel. W5. rOOl
B. C. MORRIS FLORAL CO., FU
ncral designs, 51 up. McCornlck bldg.
FLORAL DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Richard E Evans. 3fl Mnln nt- Tel. OCL
SALT LAKE-HUDDART FLORIST
Co. Lnrgcst greenhouse In the west. gl73
FUNERAL DESIGNS AND AR
rnngements. The ROscrle, 142 Main. Tel.
EBER W. HALL, UNDERTAKER
and Krabalmor, op. P. O., 110 W. 2nd So.
WICNUMENT3 AND TOM EST ON EB
R. M'KENZIE. MONUMENTS. TOMB
stoncs. 130 W. 1st So. Wiito for prlceo.
GEORGE TLVTTON. STOCK BROKER,
No. 43 East 2nd So. Commission charged.
i of 1 per cent. Certificates sent by reg
istered mall to out-of-town patrons. You
pay no fee If you buy from or sell to me.
NEW OR 2ND-HAND. CASH. TRADE
or terms. Sorrenson-Stoult Co., -IS E. 2d So.
NATIONAJ- CASH REGISTERS. olT
car Groshcll. sales agent. No. 221 Main st.
Expert cash register repolrlng. Second
hand registers always In stock. nlSSO
WALL PAPER CLEANING.
THE IDEAL PAPER CLEANING COM
Charles M. Gott, Munagcr. Leave your or
ders ut tho Smith Drug Co. 'Phono 233.
CARPET CLEAN IN J.
UTAH CARPET AND WALL PAPER
Cleaning Co. Carpets cleaned on the lloor,
feathers renovated. 'Phone 1T87-K. nll02
ENGRAVERS AND DESIGNERS.
DE BOUZEK ENG. CO. CUTS FOR
fill purposes. 27 W. S. Temple. r3S7
RENTED. REPAIRED. EXCHANGED.
F. I. Carter, 3rd So. Cor. W. Temple; tel.
NEW OR 2ND-HAND. CASH, TRADE
or terms. Sorcnsen-Stoutt Co., 4& E. 2nd
SECOND-HAND MINE AND MILL
machinery motors, pipe and rail of all
sizes. J. M. Swem, UJG So. 3rd West. s215
FURNACES CLEANED BY EXPERT.
Iloucoclcanlng Co.. 131 Main. Tel. 1070-K.
PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING.
W. A. DUVALL, 121 W. 2ND SO . TEL.
No. lUS-k. Our new paper Is nrrlvlng
COLUMBIA OPTICAL CO.. 2C0 MAIN.
Wholesale and retail raanuf, opticians.
SLATH WRITING iND MATERIAL
Izlng seance (meeting) Sunday night. Come
npd receive a message from those you
call dead; any language; every ono In
vited. No ixtra churge for reserved seats.
Arnold-DIckson Bros.. 15'JVj S. Main. s2S0
WE TELL YOUR NAME AND JUST
what you w!3h to know ubout business,
changes, property, mines, claims, money,
sickness, all lovo affairs, friends, adapta
Hons and anything else. Remem
ber, free If not correct. If you cannot call
write to us. Aniold-Dlclcson Bros., 159'o
So. Main at. Coroo today. 'Phono 21S1-K.
TELL ME WHAT YOU SMOKE AND
I will tell you what you aro. Smoke
Chcstel field Clgarn, 2 for 25c. s21S
WHY PAY A BIT FOR A CIGAR
whon you can get the Blue Point Per
fecto for tho same price, made by Whlt
aker & Dallas, and sold by dealers every
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. MOLES. DOU
ble chins and all facial blemishes removed.
Eczema, pimples, oily skins, blackheads
und largo pores cured. Mrs, Dwlncll Mc
Kay, Tho Cullcn, Sullo 76, rlj
PARTNER WANTED WITH JM0 FOP.
grocery business; Investigate. Address
G 51, Tribune. "-27
FOR CASH. PAYING ESTABLISHED
business; must bo cheap. F 3, Tribune.
WIU' BE BROKE WHEN WE WILL
loan you money on diamonds, walchca,
Jowolry, guns, tools, musical Instruments,
trunks, etc 'Phone 217C-Y. Largo lo9
at small Intorcst. CO E. 1st So. Uncle.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR 2ND
hand gents' clothing, trunks, valines, guno.
tools, Instruments etc. Call or address G.
Klein, 23 E. 1st So. Second-hand soods
bought, sold and exchanged. r2IDl
BY A MAN WITH NERVE. ABILITY
to rustle and some money, an Interest
In a small buslnenn that can be built up.
Address Y 47, Tribune.
A OR D-ROOM MODERN HOUSE FOR
married couplo, or 3 rooms with bath for
housekeeping. Addreso P. O. box 321. pll&t
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
stoves. Sco Matscn, 210 Stale. 'Phono
FURNITURE OR ANYTHING SEC-ond-hand:
nothing too largo or fine. I. X.
L. 2nd-hand store. Tel. 450-2. 233 S. State.
ARE YOU THE MAN WE NEED?
Wo need hundreds of high-grade men to
fill executive, clerical, salesmen and tech
nical positions, paying from 31(00 to 33O0O a
year. Can you fill ono of thorn? Call or
writo for plan and booklet. Hapcnods,
sulto F. C02 Pioneer bldg.. Seattle, Wash.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK,
family of three 374 Cth si.
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Inquire M4 So. 2nd East. 2S3
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
57C So. 7th West. 1G4
EXPERIENCED HELP NEEDED IN
Mrs. Landreth's dressmaking department
at Kelth-O'Brlon Co.'s.
MALE STENOGRAPHER. $75 MO.
Strock, 53 W. 2nd So. st. r2HS
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY".
Hotel, restaurant nnd household help.
Hendauartcrs for laborers.
Ki W. 2nd So. Tel. 4W-2 rings. o743
WOMAN COOK FOR MINING CAMP.
MO.CO per month.
Waitress for mining camp, $20.00 per
Waitress for Tdaho, W2.00 per mo. Strock
Employment Agency, K W. 2nd South
MEN TO LEARN THE BARBER
trade: 8 (reeks completes; positions guar
anteed; tuition earned whllo learning;
llcmsM Instructors: growing demand for
our graduates. Call or write for particu
lars. Moler'n Barber college, C2 E. lot So..
Salt Lako City. rl737
MEN ALL BARBER WORK FREE
at Moler's Barber college. C2 E. 1st South.
BY JAPANESE BOY TO DO SECOND
work; good character and ref. furnished.
Addrcs3 P. O. Box S47, city. s220
YOUNG MAN WITH GOOD REF.
wants to work on dairy or ranch; can
milk or drive team; outsldo city pref.
Address G K. Tribune. s22J
FIRST CLASS LADY TAILORS
would like sewing- In prlvato families. Call
or address Miss L. Kuhl, 17 Phlpps court.
SITUATION AS ASSISTANT BOOK
keeper for small concern; three yonrs' ex
perience; best of references. Address K5
East 1st South.
MIDDLE-AGED MAN WANTS A
position ao elevator man or night-watchman
In a ztorc. Address P. O. Box 1262,
A REPRESENTATIVE FOR A HIGH
grade visible typewriter: ready Bellcr:
fcO.OOO In uso; to act as dealer or to sell
on commission. Address, with references.
Walter A. Scott. 207 Montgomery St., San
AGENTS WANTED; EITHER SEX;
tenaa liberal. 314 Progress bldg. r240l
I WILL REWARD LIBERALLY FOR
the location of Charles Anderson, an old
man of German descent. Lost known at
Glrard. Kans.. on the 3rd of June. 1101.
Max W. Anderson, Cokcdale, Washington.
NEW OR 2ND-HAND; CASH. TRADE
or terms. Sorcnsen-Stoutt Co., 42 E. 2nd S.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
structlon; large stock of latest chando
llors. lnter-Mt. Elec. Co.. 45 E. 1st So.
SUNBURST AND ACCORDION
pleating. Mrs. Jennens. 47 E. 1st So. ra412
CARPENTERS AND JOBBERS,
ROY WATROUS, 67 E. 3RD SO. ELE
vator and Job work. Tel. 1675-Z. oS79
FHYSIC1ANS AND QURQEON3.
WOMAN SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN.
Lulu Brookr, M. D., Constitution blk.
IViOVlND. AND STORAGE.
REDMAN VAN AND STORAGE CO..
moving, packing and Bhlpplng. 'Phono t&o,
Offlco 120 and 12S 3. W. Temple. hlG45
NEW OR 2ND -HAND ; EASY TERMS:
In perfect condition; como and see our
bargains. Utah Auto Co., 370 Main. Tel.
SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND.
SHORTHAND, FRENCH, GERMAN
Typewriting done. 22C D. F. Walker. r!72S
. H. B. DAVIS, PLUMBING, HEATING,
Bower work. Tel. 1371-Y. 123 E. 2nd So.
JOHN J. WALLACE &. CO.. D. F.
Walker bldg.. Salt Lake. Collect debts,
any pnrt of U. S. or Canada. Business
receives prompt attontion. References,
Walker Broa. bank. Write for learns.
FO REMT. J
I LARGE ROOMS. SUITABLE FOR
office or living rooms. Apply Butlers
grocery, 210 State st. 3
ELEGANT DINING-ROOM IN HOTEL,
popular location, fitted Up ready for occu
pancy. Call at mi So. Main. s22l ,
TWO FINE OFFICE ROOMS. 210 COM'L
A WELL EQUIPPED PHOTOGRAPH
gallory. Inquire room 1, 115 So. Main.
8-ROOM. STRICTLY" MODERN
house; carpets, klwhcn furnishings for
sale to renter. 229 East Fourth South.
C-ROOM COTTAGE. 33.1 PTII AVE..
Waterloo. Inn- 203 So. Gth East. r215
COSY" COTTAGE, 3 ROOMS. E. L..
water; no children. 425 E. 3rd So. r2!h
GOOD STORE. WITH OR WITHOUT
bauoment Eost 2nd South st. Irltsch.
No. 12 East 2nd So.
"sTrOOM BRICK. CLOSE IN. C. E.
Taylor. 222 South West Templo st. r23-)0
4-ROOM HOUSE. 5TH SO. BET. 2ND
and f!rd West. Hotchklss courU nMlO
MODERN 4-ROOM COTTAGE; NO
children. Apply 120 V?. 4th So. r2Vl
HOUSE, 5 ROOMS. BATH, 5TH SOUTH.
14 block from Main. Inquire 231 D. F
Walker block. rl
A COMPARATIVELY NEW EIGHT
rcom modorn brick house, furnished, fur
nace. Call at 75 Second Ht. Owner leav
SEVERAL DESIRABLE HOUSES. J.
Donnnn Rcavls. 7S W. 2nd So. 'Phono 173.
20 HOUSES. ALL KINDS. PRICES
and locations. Tuttlo Bros.. 119 Mnln st.
7-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, WITH
furnncc. 377 E. oth So. rl55
FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE CLOSE IN.
Positively no boys. Enq. 131 W. Cth So.
7-ROOM COTTAGE, ENTIRELY MOD
crn. at GSt So. Main. . r247
LARGE STOREROOM ON MAIN ST.,
bet. 2nd nnd 3rd So. Houston Real Es
talo Inv. Co., 251 Main. pl0S3
3 UNFURNISHED SUITES IN JEN
nlngs block for bachelor apartments. In
qulro 15 W. 2nd South, room 23. pllOO
7 AND 8-ROOM MODERN HOUSE;
steam and hot water heat: close In. Ja-nes
IC. Shaw, under Walker Bros.' bank. nl5S9
7-ROOM HOUSE IN PARK TER
raco. Inqulro U. U. Hlskoy, 201 McCor
nlck blk. pl7
WE WANT SOME HOUSES TO RENT.
Hill Invest. Co.. 15C So. W. Temple. mllO
MEREDITH. 1W SO. W. TEMPLE, j
DR. A. SCOTT CHAPMAN, DENTIST.
COo-G Scott-Strcvell bldg. 'Phone 1E54-Y.
MONET TO LOAM.
Any amount to loan on furniture, pianos,
warehouse receipts, personals or any good
security. See us of you want money. Our
rates lowest in city. Easy terras; plenty
of time. 129 Kclth-O'Brlen bldg. r2lG3
WE HAVE A LARGE SURPLUS OF
money on term3 unusualy favorable to
borrowers. Interest and expenses lower
than any place In Salt Lake. The Home
Trust & Savlnps Company, C, S, 10 West
First South street. rl923
EASTERN MONEY AT LOW RATES
cf Interest on city property.
Wicks, No. C8 State st. rlG43
ON CHATTELS OR REAL ESTATE
nny amount; any time. O. F. Peterson.
S3 W. 2nd So.
510 TO J25.000 ON CHATTELS OR REAL
estate. prlvntc. Equitable Loan and
Invest. Co.. 62V. W. 2nd So. p?42
ON ANY PROPERTY: YOU RETAIN
possession. Tho Stringer Co.. 70 W. 2nd S.
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS. EL
mer E. Darling & Co., tJ W. 2nd So.
$1010 TO S50.KO, ONE TO FIVE YEARS;
farm or city properly. James K. Shaw,
under Walker Bros. bank. p53
ON UTAH AND -IDAHO FARMS.
Miller & Vlele. a McCornick bldg.
ON FURNITURE. PIANOS OR GOOD
security, without removal; private. E. F.
Stolxenberger, 1G W. 2nd So., room 3.
CITY AND FARM PROPERTY, C AND
7 per cenL J. L. Porkoa, 15C S. W. Temple.
MONEY LOANED PRIVATELY'.
On fumllurc, pianos, etc, to salaried peo
ple, without security, on your note; easy
payments; strictly confidential. Cherry.
407 D. F. Walker bldg. el5l7
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 first. Wo will advance the
money as tho houso progresses. Lowest
rates. Part payment any time, and Inter
cut reduced accordingly. McGurrin & Co..
134 Main street. mlSSG
GRACE DELLE DAVIS PIERPONT
School. Commercial Club bldg. rl72t
HAY, GRAIN AND COAL.
nAY, GRAIN. FEED.1. COAL. WHOLE
6ale, retail. Marnano & Co., 125 E. 2nd
So Tel. 193G. r902
WHER3 TO GTO?.
THE CLAYTON: ROOMS 52.C0 TO $5.W
week. 210 So. suite sc. ril40
ROOMS AND BOARD, U DAY UP;
weekly rates. 270 West So. Temple. rl015
HOTEL TELLURIDE, ROOMS EOc UP
rqtrta by week. 22 E. 3rd So. p;oo
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 sL and 104-1
S. State sL 'Phone 13S3-K, Salt Lako City
UTAH JUNK CO.. HIGHEST PRICE
puld for Iron, brass, rags, bottles, rubber,
copper, etc. G3 E. Sth So. 'Phone 229. bS12
RED SANDSTONE. $10.00 PER CORD.
Immedlato delivery Brown Stono Co..
No. U E. 1st So., ground lloor. rl93S
P- ONION, AUCTIONEER, 126 S.
Wost Temple. 'Phono C55. r2S9
1C00 HEATERS, BA3EBURNERS AND
ranges, aecond-hand. Terms to suit. I X
L. Second-Hand Store, 23S S. State. O1303
mi SBL v
! ... CLASSIFIED adsX
I ON PAGE 11
TWO NTCELY BTJRXlTI
housekeeping. CO W. 5th So 00lI3 I ,
ROOMS IN MODERvTrT-Jl
$10 per month. 12T, AV tn 5Sf:
FURNISHED ROOM.TmT-J15 -Reference
4 NICELY FUR. ROOMrnr-J-Cll I
housekeeping; no children' BwflP 1
Temple st. rcn' j M.Wf
2 NICE ROOMS, BOUSP-
largo pantry, water lnfflj-Mb .
COMPLETE. NEW l7mr7rSH I
Call CC2 So. W. TempicDERN Hoy
NICELY FURNlsIIErTprTr "
vate family, clono In ; rent r??ll& ?!
E. 2nd So. r"UT'-oat!' t .
NICE ROOMS WITHlT"r
housekeeping, 123 E. jthj. ;j. j- J
HOUSEKEEPING B.6ovZ7r "
1st North: also roo. , mi Si.v
VERY NICE FURNiSiin"- ' 1
room and closet, 133 VvLffQ JR'S !
2 HOUSEKEEPING Rvo -
also other rooms and board, i1 j -
MODERN HOUSES. 15 T 4
furniture or sale. Ji'J.S)
1 FURN. AND 2 fficprp .' ,
rooms for housekeeping. 213 rSJ
FOUR ROOMS. Fl"RNnTUPEri Mm
sale snap; parties leaving city ?u 9
stltutlon block. ' "H '
ONE OR TWO NICELY FXTcTpSi; 1 "
rooms; bath and e. 1., with n-ivn. '
piano. 21 Church st. PriMlej, ,
- - - I i
S-ROOM MODERN BRICK HOT fiV
lor heat, nicely furnished; eairVw. 'J. lfHvaj
K. Shaw, under Walker's bank. J "m
ROOMS. WITH Oil al
board; usa of piano. 212 Wist - 1.
3 NICE ROOMS. FURX., brS S?f
elec light and bath. CCS E. 1th Sifl
NEATLY FURNISHED ?m flS
room, at S31 F, 2nd South, l&
TWO FURNISHED R00M3 FO Zll
housekeeping. IsC So. 4tU Wtil. a
G-ROOM COTTAGE. EETVEEN" ST SSL
nnd lOtli East, 2nd South, TeL r
TWO NICELY FURN". ROOMS FO
light housekeeping, 1M E. 2nd So. a nkji
DESIRABLE 8-ROO.M FUR.S1SH3
hnuse. Apply 111 Dooly blk. ia
ONE LARGE FURNISHED P.00) Jti
with or without houEekccplnc. EJ i Tk
1st South. tSl " ,
NICELY FURN. MODERN P.QQEL ,
steam heat, close !n. 25 So. tai aj'
CHEAP, FURNISHED ROOMS. WItE
or without housckceiilnj. J1I W. lit SoT q
SEVEN-ROOM. MODERN FGSm??
house, close In, desirable Iccalltj-. ARvf
to Co-op Second-Hand Store, l-SS M1
State 3t. rPi-B
OFFICE AND FURNISHED P.001fCt,
modem. 13 South Main ot
THREE ROOMS FOR LIGHT aOUaft1.
keeping; no children." 11 Kendall ttmijpB Li
2 ROOMS FOR HOt'SEKEEPamiHHj
hot, cold water, bath. 53 3rd EuL y -
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHg1
housekeeping; aluo rooms with or 1B!.W
.out board. S31 East First So. fif
ROOMS WITH OR WITHOUT B0AW
modern; furnace heat. 25 TV. 5th Si? 1
FURN. ROOMS. WITH OR WTftl fer
out housekeeping. SO So. TV. TempHi lu
EOARD AND ROOfi3. 5
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOM Al
board for two. In one of the final nnJ "!
homes; close In. 101 N. V Tenj!?J C
NEW MODERN ROOMS. FINE H0M1 :
table board, 132 B st. Tel M53- ar
RATES. 270 W. SO. TEilPLE. ?
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOM AN
board for two. In one of the toist pnni
homes; clcso in. 101 N- V.. Twmim
NICE ROOMS. WITH OR WlTHOtj
board. 25S So. West Temple. tP
2 PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH n43Kf
In modern home. 137 N W Tcmplt. l,
BEAUTIFULLY FURN. -& " '
cellent bdard. steam heat 1-4 s. na jja;,
TWO PLEASANT ROOMS, Wjll ,
board; new modern house. 31 a-
PATENTS FREE. CONSULTAljBfi
office, 35 Eaglo blk.. 2nd floor. jW-
SCHOOL OF COOKERY-
MISS CANNON INSTRUCTOR; P$K
tlculars at 24 E. So Templf
SUITS TO ORDER, 315 UP.
yitccd. Sora:mon & Laraen. 1
ROOFING REPAIRS BgAMgA Bg
S. L. Gravel Roofing Co.. W jmr
MISS GERTRUDE BVSLAT , " cR"
let and Baritone olst. t Ja 15
Wyo., will be opca for ,7 cburci
ary 2, iKH. Denomination 01 &m
objeellon, and up-to-dato scr.
W. E. MOORE. .RS'ft BoSftj
tuner of pianos, with "fwd s'- jS?
Piano Co.. Tel. 2070-K. 40 Ricn tK
TEMPEST WOOD. ,VnH?TflSF
& repairer. Held's, 'I Mala. M