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HiST 12 Tmf'SAUB IAKB IMBWE: FKIDAT MOB3ST3STG, FEBRUARY 12, 1904. - I.
Ii liji RAIN OR SNOW
' j ; iVHAT THE WEATHER CLEBK
. L 3 SAW WHEN HE LOOKED ' "
J PHOM HIS TIMER,
ijj' Rain or' snow for today is the way Local
, s Weather Forecaster Hyatt has figured out
,' I -.v, the wouthcr condi-
' ' ' ' S?YSvkfcv tl0,,s
I J (AWiV Aa announced yc-a-
1 SRwraSsiw tordny, tho cold wave
1 ' 4vS&y'WA to0,c 113 departuro
' ' o .; r 1 y yesterday
' I ' &iSC morning, and tho
I i ' j i i Ariw dav was warm and
J ' I JwwaS pleasant, though ra-
' ' ' lftv t,inr soft under foot
i ' ftWw Tn0 maximum tem-
' AaWWVIWI, poraturo yostonluy
i ' was -10 degrees, whtlo
I jffVd0 PSfN the low record was
! 1 ' j l ' 22 The record at
' i : . oj; vcr other points:
t I Max. Mln.
, j ' 3Joiivr Pt Cldy ...3S 12
I ', Grand Junction ..Cloudy. .. .30 12
' j , Helena Clear.. . 20 -S
' ' Pocatollo Cloudy. ..2S 10
Modma Clear.. ..32 t
i' ',' "Wlnnernucca .Cloudy.... -v IS
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CITY AND NEISHB9H08e,
The young ladles of tho Unitarian church
will give A danco tonight at the new
,; Unity hall, H9 South Second East street.
; ' "
j) Rradstrcct'H says of trade .conditions In
f Fait "Lake: Spring orders in staple lines
i . ! commencing. Retail lines xcport business
i fair. . Collections slow.
Services will lie held at the Hynagoguo
atS o'clock this evening. Rev. T. W. Pln
i i knrton of the Christian church will
preach. The public Is cordially Invited.
; It is the Blue Ribbon catsup that was
( tested by Chemist Harms -and reported to
J contain coloring matter and adulterants,
' ; and not tho Blue Isabel, "as has been
, j stated..
i j Through an error The Tribune yestcr
. i day said 'E. B. CrUchlow would go to
j " ashlngton as attorney for Senator
' Sraoot. The fact Is that ho will go as a
1 witness In the case.
,j The lynchers and principals of the pub
I i lie schools received their salaries for the
I t mouth of January from Clerk Judd of
; the Board of - Education yesterday, Tho
, total amount of the payrolls was 523.S00.
i' A. H. Thatcher of Rich Hill. Mo., has
t offered to exhibit an anvil made In 1405
i at the World's fair. It Is In the form of
I a capiat r ana was secured ny .Mr.
I Thatcher from Nauvop after tho Mormon
I evacuation In 1SH. It Is now In the Na-
; tlonal museum.
Rev. W, B. Aycrw will occupy the pul-
pit of tho First M. E. church next Sunday
both morning and evening. Rev. Aycrs,
, who has recently come from the East. Is
i an orator of groat force and ability. The
j I pubject of tho morning sermon Is "Llfo";
evening, "Abraham .Lincoln."
I )! i The Home Trust and Savings company
'! yesterday sold to H. A. Truesdalo a scven-
i room modern brick residence at First
! South and Twelfth East streets, for a
, . i home.. The consideration was 53750. Tho
. . . j Fame company also sold to William Wal
laro, for $2500, a fifty-acre ranch three-
.'I miles west of Snndy.
I M . . .
i : A Articles of Incorporation of the Pacific
i f t, Collection bureau, organized In this citv
if with a capitalization of J200, were filed ih
in tho office of the County Clerk vesterdav.
, ! The following are the officers of the com-
! pany; Charles E. Paris, president; Ben-
;: jamln Snyder, vlco-proaldcnt, and Charles
"V. Pratt, secretary and treasurer.
. i '
f ' ! A recelver'a deed for the transfer of 2".
' J , rods by Ao feet of lot C, block 23, plat B
, Salt Lako City survey, was recorded In
' ihe office of the County Recorder vcatcr-
I . day. The property Is sold by Edward 13.
:. Graves as receiver of tho North American
I , J Savings. Ijonn and Building company of
I' St. Paul to Ira M. Cobo of Cook countv
i HI- Tho consideration Is J37.500. The lot
f i lit 3les on the aouth aide of Fifth South
, street Ju9t west of Main street In this city.
. i , ' ! " '
' The Federation of Tabor has appointed
I Thomas AVatklns, Jack Edwards, Harry
, t ill Don. Y. C, A. Visslng and Charles Smith,
, ' ,! Jr.. as a committee to arrange for tho
j dedication exercises of the new Federation
! hall at Fourth South and State The cx-
i rrclscs will commence with an address of
I , H welcome by Mayor Morris in the main
' (': j hall An appropriate response will be
a la mado by some prominent union man and
ji 1 i. a musical progr-amme will follow. All of
J l I .A tho other halls will be thrown open for
!; 1. various purposes. Tn some gamca will be
l 1 H idayed and In others refreshments wnt bo
. it served.
I I 3OTTJTSF0RD HOTEL.
LI .11 The one placo for comfort and elt-
'I pancc. Fireproof; telephones In every
i'l II room' rx,0ern n every way.
II ' D. J. Sharp Coal Co.
' omce, 73 South Main street. Tele-
' V phones 719 and 430.
f Yard No. 1, 1st South beL 3rd and
. ' j 4th West. Telephone 710-3 rings.
1 ' Yard No. 2, 12th South and 11th East.
, 'J Telephone COS.
Yard No. 3, State bet 13th and 14th
j ; South. Telephone 105.
I ill II $30,000 stock of Diamonds, Watches,
J Ji Jewelry, Silverware. Cut Glass. Clocks,
I 'II ,tc" aL auction. 2:30 and 7:30 this day.
' I ' I W' HaH'K Jeweln' storo- 2-7 in st.
I, 1 1 JACK PROST STARTED
'f j ' A WATER FAMINE
The cold snan of two nights aso nearly
caused a water famine In Salt Lake All
i, : of tho supply creeks were more or less
p . ,' ifrozon up and the water was low in the
; i resen-olrs. Parley's crcok was the worst
V ( the stream being frozen almost solid
i, Only U-100 of a foot of water was flowing
v i I through the twelve and onc-half-foot weir
; , day befpro yestcrdny. To open the stream
i J It was liccessarj- to cut a channel from
J tho In-takc to the- forks at Mountain Dell
j a distance of about seven miles. A large
( V ( force of men were put to work opening
,.i "tho creek by Land and Water Commls-
, Bloner MiieKnight, and tho level of tho
C ' water In the reservoir will bo up to the
usual .-nark In a day or so.
I j Not How Cheap But How Good.
,' J ( II Blue Point Perfcctos,
jjjj j Utah's Favorite Cigar.
Ill II Tf delivery of tho Tribune Is Irregular
II II P'seo m3ke complaint to offfce.133 South
ji ijj west Temple st., or telephone 200.
j IJ 11 PERSONAL MENTI8N.
llipll Frederick M. Smith, associate editor of1
I I 'l i f e Saints' Herald at Lamonl, la., Is In
II 111 lhC 'tI' fr a ieW davs'
Ijjaj j Marriage Licenses,
i III I H- Holmes, Salt Lake City u
Min III w'nnio Grow. Salt Lako City id
ill? i Ernest Lunn. Salt Lake City 31
llMl! Esther Evans, Denver, Colo 24
Jlfij j George Kay, Topcka, Kan 23
'11 II ill Ko1' I-"0,lard' Murray 1C
I I filmy 1 "ilJlani Pate, Union "1
II I 111 1'I,,!e, D Walkor, Union 18
H Vjl ! Hotel Halla. Pleasanc and comforta
. m ble reasoDable, 3rd So, and State.
WALDEMAR VAN GOTT
TALKS OF SMOOT CASE
"Tho only Impression I was able to
gtahcr regarding tho feeling at Washing
ton on tho Smoot case," said Attorney
Waldcniar Van Cott on Ills rctu.-ri from
Washington yesterctvj", "was tlia.t the
cliargo of polygamy la not generally bo
lic.vcd. Outside newspapers still make
that their leading reason for opposition,
hut lu Washington the Impression Is that
Senator Smoot has only one wife,"
Mr. Van Cott, who Is assisting In pre- ,
sonting Senator Snioot's defense, iaa been
In Washington since tho early part of
January, and has had a leading part In
the framing of the two answers already
filed to tho charge of the protectants
When asked as to the point on which the
contest would probably turn, hn said:
' I would like to know that mycelf, but
the committee which la now conducting
the. Investigation la compose! largely of
lawyers, very eminent lawyers, and they
aro too familiar with Judicial procGduro
to speak unguardedly of their vl2w.?. I
FAVOR BETTER j
EDUCATORS OF CALIFORNIA
AND UTAH WOULD RAISE THE
STANDARD OF TEACHERS.
The question of bettering the condition
of tho public schools seems to bp quite
generally agitated throughout tho entire
country. Tho method adopted for doing
this Is to secure a larger remuneration
for the teachers and ralso tho standard
of qualifications. Tho problem was dls
ousscd by the- county and city superin
tendents of this State in their biennial
convention held in this city on the 5th and
Cth Inst A loiter bearing1 upon tho mat
ter and asking co-operation to the extent
of furnishing data on conditions here haa
been received by Superintendent Nelson
from D. R. Jones, chairman of tho Ala
meda County Teachers' club The lotter,
which was answered, states In part:
"There Is n movement on foot to In
crease the efficiency of tho public schools
of California through the payment of in
creased salaries to teachers, to tho end
that good teachers may bo induced to
contlnuo in the profession and that prom
ising voung men and women may be In
duced to enter this Held of public service
through the assurance of a remuneration
audi as Is otfered In other lines of work.
Among the loaders In this movement arc
Ilia Excellency Gcorgo C. Pardee, Gover
nor of California, and the Hon. Thomas
J Kirk, Superintendent of Public In
struction, both of whom recently ad
dressed the teachers of the State on this
In answering the letter Superintendent
Nelson refers to the action taken at the
recent convention and points out that the
superintendents may bring their Influence
to bear on tho next Legislature to enact
laws along the lines suggested. At pres
ent tho only statute dealing upon tho
matter in any way Is section IKtt of tho
revised statutes, which provides that fe
male teachers shall receive the aamo com
pensation aa male Instructors for tho
same class of work. The average salary
of malo teachers throughout tho schools
of the State la3t year was $71-11 and that
of female teachers, $1S.31.
Mr. Geo. W. Miller, the former man
ager of our company, lias no further
connection with our firm. Utah Auto
Tho delicious Irish comedy. "The Game
Keeper," which was one of the biggest
drawing" cards at the Grand theater last
year, mado Its appearance at the samo
playhouse last evening and was greeted
by a large and enthusiastic audience.
There were several new faces In tho cast,
but Thomas J. Smith, who last year ap
peared in the 16adlng rolo and whose work
as a clover young comedian Is well re
membered by patrons of tho Grand, ap
pears again this year in the double rolo
of Dcrry Doolan and Dennis Brady, and
judging from the applause given him last
evening, he haa lost none of his powers
to please. Among tho other favorites of
last year who are still with the company
are Pauline Scldon, who appears aa Molllo
Doolan; Sndlo Marlon, as Kathleen O'Ncll.
both of whom possess a great deal of
ability. .There were few In the audience
who realized that tho man who took one
of the leading roles was a former Salt
Lake boy, S. Simpson, whose father was
at one time one of the well-known drug
gists of tho city. Mr. Simpson took the
part of Daniel Doolan, and did It capi
tally. ,HIs wife, Kate RIdgeway, appeared
as Lady Nora Brantford, and while not
possessing unusual ability us an actress,
she is a Htunnlng dresser, her gowns be
ing among the most beautiful seen at tho
Grand In a long time. Van Murrel, as
Johnny Drake, was Immense, his singing
rr.Mlllr" YnMnf tVir. ..rnolncf hit nt
the evening. Del C. Seldon, as Owen
O'Nell; G. W. Knox as Sir Lucius Brant
ford, and Howard Walsh as Lawrence
Gray, tilled their roles acceptably. Tom,
the beautiful thoroughbred setter which
was one of tho attractions of "The Game
Keeper" last season, Is a familiar figure
this year and exhibits intelligence which
Is well nigh human. "Tho Gnmo Keener"
will be the attraction at the Grand tho
remainder of the week, and Is suro to re
ceive the patronage which such a clean
show in such capable hands deserves.
"The Loan of a Lover." an amusing
musical rolx.-up, entertained a. iul house
in tho Eleventh ward mctlng-house last
night. With Elsie Barrow Best, Ruth
AVIlaon and Fred C. Graham In the cast,
"there was expectation of good singing, and
tho expectation Was realized. Mrs. Best
was charming In the part of a maid who
mukos a young man realize how sweet ,
and pretty alio Is, 3n the character of
an aristocratic young woman Miss "Wilson
was handsome, with an air suggestive of
tho professional stage. Fred Graham's
volco was delightful, as ever. In the
moro pretentious musical affairs In which
all thrco have appeared to much advan
tage, their voices were not moro pleasing
than last night. Theodore Best nad tho
part of the slow lover, and others who
took part were Hamilton G. Park, Jr.,
George Chamberlain, Georgo Allen, Lau
ren Glbbs and Winnie Best. The enter
tainment will be repeated In the meeting
house tonight. It is for the benellt of
The seat sale opens today at the Salt
Luke Theater for the engagement of How
ard Kyle In "Rosemary," which begins
Mondav evening next.
Tho next play at the Grand will he
"Unblc Tom's Cabin," booked for the last
half of next week.
Tonight Agatha Berkhoel sings.
THE BALTIMORE FIRE.
Salt Lake City. Utah. Feb! 10. 1904.
The following dispatch Just received..;
Chicago. 111., Feb. 10, 1904.
E. B. Wicks, Agent.
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Continental's loss Baltimore lire less
than eight hundred thousand dollars.
After paying all Iopsos iw;t surplus will
exceed $o",000.000. G. E. Kline, vice
president Continental Fire Insurance
Co of New York City.
Place jour fire Insurance In a strong
company; none better than the old Con
tinental. tWlck5f No. CO State St.
m 1 "
believe that they will take a strictly legal
view of the questions Involved. The com
mittee has set March 1st as the date for
the hearing. I was Informed that the
Protestants had caused 200 wltncanos to
bo aubpoenacd. I can hardly bollove this
to 1m? true, although I heard it on very
good authority. From the fact tlint so
manv subpoenas havo been Issued It
would look an thouKh the hearing would
bo held entirely In Washington.
"The defenso has called no wltnesn at
all os vet. I suppose wo will have :i
chanco to call them after the other side
has been heard. It would be imposslblo
to name our witnesses until we know
what evidence wo will have to meet The
Lelllrh charges have not been withdrawn
and will bo hoard, although they arc not
urged by tho other protectants.
"Senator Smoot seems to be well liked
In Washington. Ho has not been much
Ir. evidence soclallv as ho has been work
ing vcrv hard both on his, contest and hl3
Senatorial duties." , , ,
Mr. Van Cott says ho will start back for
Washington on the 24th In order to bo
present at the- hearing.
TWO ROUNDS OF
WESLEY LOVELESS OF OQDEN
BREAKS THE RECORD IN
Wesley Loveless of Ogdcn may claim
the unenviable distinction of being the
first man In this State to suffer a second
attack of smallpox. This man has had
the dread disease twice in less than llvo
weeks. Each timo he was taken from tho
IIolv Cross hospital, whore he had gone
thinking his malady was of a different
Loveless came to this city from Ogdon
about the first of the yfar and on Janu-
ary 9th was taken to the Isolation hos
pital with a woll-doveloped case of small
pox. He was discharged from the hospital
as cured on January 31st A fow days
ago he becamo ill and yesterday Dr. Mayo
discovered that he was again suffering
with the same disease Loveless, who la
again quarantined In the pesthouse. Is 25
years of age.
WHY HE KILLED
ACTOR WHO WAS IN SALT LAKE
RECENTLY DIED FOR FLO
More information concerning the sul
cldo Wednesday of George A. Yielding at
Spokano has come to light. In the fir3t
placo advlcea from Tacoma say that he
was not discharged from the Gllmore
company, but left Portland hurriedly af
ter telling his companion that he was go
ing to pursue Florence Roberts till ho
killed her. He said she had been a sweet
heart of his and ho would either kill her
or hlmsolf. Up to within a fow hours of
his leaving ho did not seem erratic, but
was much excited when he left.
Ho was here in the "Mummy and Iho
Humming Bird," and created a very fa
vorable Impression as Slgnor D'Orelll.
Miss Roberts is of the robust type and
when hore hist year was playing "Zaza,"
"The Second Mrs. Tanquary." "Mugd.i"
and some other plays of tho sensational
type. She ia a pretty woman of the blonde
Tonight Agatha Berknoel sings.
TO TEACH FARMING
IN THE SCHOOLS
State Superintendent of Schools A. C.
Nelson Is In receipt of a letter from W. T.
Fctts. of the State Normal school of
southern Illinois Inquiring Into whether
tho science of agriculture is taught In
the normal school here, and to what ex
tent interest Is being aroused In the mat
ter In tho rural districts of this State.
The Investigation that Is being mado is
for tho purposo of considering the ad
visability of -naklng agriculture a part of
the curriculum of tho grade schools. It
Is held that tho Importance of this science
demands Instruction In the rudiments, at
least. In this Western country. Some
othor study will have to be sacrificed If
agriculture Is made a part of the school
work, and the question Is, which of the
othor courses Is the least dispensable?
FOUR STAKES OF ZION
MADE OF SALT LAKE
At a meeting of apostles, seventies,
bishops and other high dignitaries of
the Mormon church, held In the As
sembly hall Wednesday night It was
decided to divide the ecclesiastical jur
isdiction known as Salt Lake stake of
ZIon into four separate stakes, Main
and Third South streets to form the di
viding lines. The names of the new
stakes have not been selected nor have
the presiding officers been designated.
The Temple block is not to be included
in any of the stakes but is to remain
within the immediate control of the
First Presidency of the church. The
use of the Tabernacle for conferences
and other necessary meetings will, how
ever, be accorded to each of the stakes.
President Francis M. Lyman of the
council of twelve presided at the meet
ing and testified that he had received
the promptings of the spirit to advo
cate the division. After outlining the
plan, he said that the formation of new
stakes had been beneficial both spir
itually and financially, calling new tal
ent into service and giving the authori
ties more time to attend to their duties.
Figures were presented by Elder
Rudgcr Clawson showing the popula
tion of each new ytake and proving
that the new stakes hitherto creatW
had brought about an increase of tith
ing. President Angus M. Cannon of
Salt Lake stake, who has held the po
sition for twenty-seven years, ex
pressed his hearty approval and re
joiced that eleven stakes had been
carved out of the one over which he
had originally been called to preside.
Several others made remarks along the
same line, and Elder C. W. Penrose of
fered a resolution approving the plan,
which was unanimously adopted.
The Tabernacle choir will not be af
fected by the division of the stake and
the Sunday afternoon meetings will
probably be held jointly In the Taber
nacle, for the present at least.
S61EN AND RETURN $1.00.
Via D. & R. G., Feb 12th.
Special train leaves Salt Lake 7:30 p,
m., returning from Ogden about 12:30 a.
m. Fare one dollar for. the round trip.
Dunce, al; .Ogden., - - - '
YOUNG At r.21 Woat North Ten pie
street, thin city. February 11, 1HM. Ar
thur J., son of Adolphla J. and Arsenath
A. Bradley Young; aged 3 months and
Funeral and Interment private, Saturday
at 2 p. m.
VON KNOBLOCK in this city. February
10. 1COI, Curb von Knoblock, In hl3 19th
Funeral will be held nt ll o'clock Sat
urday morning, from the residence, S70
PACE The funeral services over the re
mains of tho la to Minor Pace, aged 1(5
years, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pace,
will be hold Sunday at 2 p. m , from the
South Bountiful meeting-houfic. Friends
are Invited to attend. Tho funeral cor
tege will leavn the family residence. 07
Wall street, at 12 noon, Sunday, tho Mth.
FLORISTS AND SEEDSMEN,
FUNERAL DESIGN'S AND AR
rangemcnts. The Roscrie, 142 Main. Tel.
SALT LAKE-IIUDDART FLORIST
Co, Largest greenhouse In tho west. g!73
FLORAL, DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Richard E, Evans, 35 Main at. Tel. 961.
B C. MORRIS FLORAL CO.. FU
neral designs, JI up. McCornlck bldg.
SCHWARZ &. HEINCKE. FLORISTS.
ncedmcn. &l E. 2nd So. Tel. 605. rOOl
ALFALFA, CLOVER. GRASS. GAR
den, flower seeds, fertilizers; catalogue
free. Vogolor Seed Co. s45
BBER W. HALL, UNDERTAKER
and Embolmcr, op. P. O., 110 W. 2nd So.
MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES.
R. M'KENZIE, MONUMENTS, TOMB
etoncs. 139 W. 1st So. Write for prices.
EAST OF STATE, BETWEEN 1ST
and Sth South, combination purso con
taining $23.40. Return to 271 S. Main and
receive reward. s7K
YELLOW AND WHITE COLLIE DOG;
also fur glovo. C21 E. Srd So.; reward.
OR STRAYED. NIGHT OF FEBRC
ary 9th, Scotch colllo dog; yellowish caste,
white strlpo on nose, with white ring
ears; supposed to have strap on neck with
chan attached; reward, 55.00. Return to
CS G st. s7CS
TWO BULL PUPS, EIGHT MONTHS
old; one malo, one female; white, black
spols on face; reasonable reward. Return
to P. A. Swonson, -18 E. 2nd So. sTSt
COLUMBIA OPTICAL CO., 260 MAIN.
Wholesolo and retail manuf. opticians.
SCHOOL OF COOKERY.
MISS CANNON INSTRUCTOR: PAR
tlcularfl at U E. So. Temple. r!273
SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND.
SHORTHAND. FRENCn, GERMAN
Typcwrltlng done. 226 D. F. Walker. rl725
MISS AMELIA NELSON, ROBES,
evening gowns a specialty. 29 So. -1th
SECOND-HAND MINE AND MILL
machlnory motors, plpo and rail of all
sizes. J. M. Swcm, 33C So. 3rd West. s215
JOHN J. WALLACE &. CO., D. F.
Walker bldg.. Salt Lake. Collect debts,
any part of U. S. or Canada. Business
receives prompt attention. References,
Walker Bros. bank. Write for terms.
WE TELL YOUR NAME AND JUST
what you wish to know about business,
changes, property, mines, claims, money,
sicKness, an love anairs, iriencis, adapta
tions and anything el3e. Remem
ber, free If not correct. If you cannot call
wrlto to us. Arnold-Dlckson Bros.. 159V"
So. Main st. Como today. 'Phone 21S1-K"
MATERLVLIZING SEANCE SUNDAY
night; every one welcome, Arnold-Dick-son's,
l'O'A So. Main st. s7C7
HAY, GRAIN AND COAL.
ZEILER BROS. COMMISSION CO.,
removed from State st. to K E. Srd So.
SUNBURST AND ACCORDION
pleating. Mrs. Jcnnens. il E. 1st So. m-112
PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING.
W. A. DUVALL, 12-1 W. 2ND SO.. TEL.
No. 1145-k. Our now paper is arriving
NEW OR 2ND-HAND; CASH. TRADE
or terms. Sorcnacn-Stoutt Co.. 42 E. 2nd S.
WHERE TO STOP.
THE CLAYTON: ROOMS $2.00 TO J5.00
woelc. 216 So. State uc rll40
ROOMS AND BOARJJ. SI DAY UP:
weekly rales. 270 "West bo. temple. rl015
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
structlon; largo stock of latest chande- I
Hers. Intcr-Mt. Elcc. Co.. -15 E. lat So.
NEW" OR 2ND-UAND. CASH TRADE
or terms. Sorrcnsoii-Stoutt Co., -IS E. 2d So.
NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS. OS
car Groshell, sale agent. No. 221 Main at,
Expert cash reglstor repairing. Second
hand reclgtera always Jft fjtQsJ&, ni$D
FIRST-CLASS POSITION BY STE
noprapher and bookkeeper; best of refo
and highest recommendations. Addre&9
F S, Tribune. o7Ct
FURNITURE OR ANYTHING SEC-ond-hand;
nothing too large or lino. I, X.
L. 2nd-hand store. Tel. 100-3. 2TB S, Stato.
SKCOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
etoves. Sec Mat3en, 219 Stale. Thon
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR 2ND
hand gents' clothing, trunks, valises, guns,
tools. Instruments, etc. Call or address G.
Klein. 23 E. 1st So. Second-hand goods
bought, sold and exchanged. r2t91
WHY BE BROKE WHEN AVE WILL
loan you money on diamonds, watches.
Jewelry, guns, tools, musical Instruments,
trunks. (?tc. 'Phono 217C-Y. Large loans,
small Interest. 20 E. 1st So. Uncle Sa-n.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR ALL
kinds of cast Iron scrap at Silver Bros.
Iron Works. J ID V. North Tcmplo st.
Telephone IK. s2S0
FOR PARTICULARS OF A HIGH
grado S per cent guaranteed Investment
address P. O. Box 4G, Salt Lake City. Utah.
A GOOD SECOND-HAND SAFE, Ml!
dlum alzo. Address F. R. S., Box 107, city,
giving dimensions. eKS
SMALL HOUSE, -1 TO C ROOMS. FOR
cash; state prlco and location. Add F 17,
TO DO TREE-TOPPING ; BEST WORK,
lowest prices. Address F 19, Tribune.
WANT ED --HE LP.
TWO WAITRESSES, IDAHO. 532. W
One laundry girl.
Strock. 55 W. 2nd So. s7S0
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 1M So. 1st West. s7S3
EXPERIENCED GIRL TO DO COOK
Ing and housework; small family. 965 E.
Brlgham st. s491
WE HAVE POSITIONS OPEN
for salesmen, executive, clerical and tech
nical men. $1000 to 55C00. Ask for booklet.
Hapgooda sullo F, 502 Pioneer Bldg.,
Seattle, Wash. sS37
PERSON TO CALL ON RETAIL
trade for manufacturing house; salary $20,
paid weekly; expense monoy advanced;
previous exporlcnco unnecessary. Stan
dard House, KO Caxton Bldg., Chicago.
MEN ALL BARBER WORK FREE
at Meier's Barber college, C2 E. 1st South.
MEN TO LEARN THE BARBER
trade; 8 vceks completes; positions guar
anteed; tuition earned whllo learning;
licensed Instructors: irrowlnc demand for
our graduates. Call or wrlto for particu
lars. Moler's Barber college, C2 E. 1st So..
'Salt Lake City. rl737
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Hotel, restaurant and household holp.
Hcadquartern for laborers.
5 W. 2nd So. Tel. 4G-1-2 rlnga o7!3
EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GEN
oral housework; no washing. 215 E. -4th
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
family of three. 374 6th st. s712
WANT ED --AGENTS.
MEN OR WOMEN, GUARANTEED
salary $50 per month.
Milton Watson. C69 South 3rd East. sCU
W. E. MOORE. REFINISI1ER AND
tuner of pianos, with Dayncs & Romney
Piano Co., Tel. 2070-K, 40 Richard st
ENGRAVERS AND DESIGNERS.
DE BOUZEK ENG. CO. CUTS FOR
all purposes. 27 W. S. Toraple, -337
NEW OR 2ND-HAND; EASY TERMS;
In perfect condition; come and sco our
bargains. Utah Auto Co., 370 Main. Tol.
MONEY TO LOAN.
DON'T BORROW TROUBLE: BOR
row monoy. Salaried men or women ac
commodated on their note, without mort
gage or endorser. Eaay payments. Con
fidential. Cherry, 407 D. F. Walker bldg.
Any amount to loan on furniture, pianos,
warchouso receipts, personals or any good
security. Sec us of you want money. Our
rates lowest in city. Easy terms; plenty
I of time. 129 Kclth-O'Brlcn bldg. r2163
WE HAVE A LARGE SURPLUS OF
moncj on termi unusualy favorable to
borrowers. Inlorest and expenses lower
than ajiy placo In Salt Lake. The Homo
Trust & Savings Company. 6, 8, 10 West
First South street rl923
EASTERN MONEY AT LOW RATES
of Interest on city property.
Wicks. No. C9 Stato st. rjjy
ON CHATTELS OR REAL ESTATE
any amount; any time. O. F. Potorson.
E3 W. 2nd So.
510 TO 525.000 ON CHATTELS OR REAL
estate. private. Equitable Loan and
Invest. Co., C3 W 2nd So. p7l2
ON ANY PROPERTY: 'YOU RETAIN
possession. Tho Stringer Co.. 70 W. 2nd S.
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS. EL
mer E. Darling & Co., G W. 2nd So.
510GO TO 550.000. ONE TO FIVE YEARS
farm or city property. James K. Shawl
under Walker Bros, bank, 53
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS.
Miller & Vielo, 103 McCornick bldg.
ON FURNITURE. PIANOS OR GOOD
security, without removal: private. B. F
Stolzenberger. 15 W 2nd So., room 23.
CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. C AND i
7 per cent J. L. Pcrkes. IK S, W. Temple.
R. L. TRACY. 11 E. 1ST SO.. LENDS
money; no commission, expenso 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
est reduced accordingly. McGurrln & Co
131 Main street. mv&i
DIAMOND AND ALL OTHER KINDS
sold by Clt. Coal Co.. 53 W. 2nd So. Tol
ELOCUTION, PHYSICAL CULTURE.
BAKER SCHOOL OF ORATORY.
Tcmplcton bldg. Tclophono 1GS7-Y. s225
RED SANDSTONE. 510.OD PER CORD.
Immediate delivery. Brown Stone Co.,
L Njp. l . 1st jjo crpund fioor, .
0-ROOM MODERN BRICK IIOUSIC.
South Main. 13 Eaglo block. s773
5-RM. BRICK. NEW, MODERN,
large cellar. SIS a mo.: close to car line.
Hubbard Inv't Co.. 78 W. 2nd So. s72l
7-ROOM HOUSE WITH ALL MODERN
conveniences, 13IC So. 5th E. st., or tel.
THREE ROOMS. PANTRY. CELLAR,
water In house. 44 S So. 3rd East. fOw
HOUSES. DIFFERENT SIZES AND
different localities; also unimproved resi
dence, business or trackage property for
sole; eaay .terms. Apply at 415 S. W, Tem
ple sU from 12 to 2 or after 6 p. m. s!20
FOR SALE HOUSES. DIFFERENT
sizes and different localities; also unim
proved residence, business or trackaso
property; easv terms. Apply at 415 S. .
Templo st. froati 12 to 3 or after 5 p. in.
FLAT OF 5 ROOMS, FURN. OR UN
furn.. C9& W. 1st So., Kimball block. sloJ
THREE ROOMS. PANTRY, CELLAR,
water In house. 4 IS So. Srd East. sl67
2 ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEP
ing. 510 per mo. 35 So. 4th East, a3o9
4 LARGE ROOMS. SUITABLE FOR
office or living rooms. Apply Butler a
grocery. 210 Stato st. ?9
COSY COTTAGE, 3 ROOMS. E. L..
water; no children. 425 E. 3rd So. r2!96
GOOD STORE. WITH OR WITHOUT
basement East 2nd South- st. Frltsch.
No. 32 East 2nd So
S-ROOM BRICK. CLOSE IN. C. E.
Taylor, 222 South West Tcmplo sL r2K
4-ROOM HOUSE. STH SO. BET. 2ND
and 3rd West Hotchklss court. r2410
MODERN 4-ROOM COTTAGE; NO
children. Apply 120 W. 4th So. r2234
HOUSE, 5 ROOMS. BATH. STH SOUTH.
Vt block from Main. Inquire 331 D. F.
Walker block. rl651
A COMPARATIVELY NEW EIGHT
rcom modern brick house, furnished, fur
nace. Call at 75 Second sU Owner leaving-
SEVERAL DESIRABLE HOUSES. J.
Donnan Reavls, 7S W. 2nd So. 'Phone 173.
20 HOUSES, ALL KINDS. PRICES
and locations. Tuttlo Bros.. 119 Main st.
FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE CLQSE 1N
Positively no boys. Enq. 131 W. 6th So.
7-ROOM COTTAGE, ENTIRELY MOD
cm, at G54 So. Main. r247
LARGE STOREROOM ON MAIN ST.,
bet. 2nd and Srd So. Houston Real Es
tate Inv. Co., 251 Main. plOSS
3 UNFURNISHED SUITES IN JEN
nlnga block for bachelor apartments. In
quire 15 W. 2nd South, room 23. pllO)
7 AND 8-TinnM MODERN HOUSE!
6team and hot water heat; close In. Ja-nes
K. Shaw, under Walker Bros.' bunk. nl5S9
7-ROOM HOUSE IN PARK TER
race. Inquire U. U. IHskey, 201 McCor
nlck blk. pl7
WE WANT SOME HOUSES TO RENT.
Hill Invest. Co.. 156 So. W. Temple. mllO
BOARD AND ROOMS.
ROOMS AND BOARD, OR TABLE
board; homo cooking. 112 So. 1st West.
PLEASANT ROOMS WITH BOARD,
for gentlemen; private family; $4.50 per
week. C6 East 1st North. s713
HOME TABLE BOARD AND MOD
crn rooms at 132 B street. TcL 2159-K. sG63
ROOM AND BOARD WITH PRIVATE
family. 250 W. Sth South.
RATES. 270 W. SO. TEMPLE. s51
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOM AND
board for two, In ono of tho finest prlvato
homes; closo In. 101 N. W. Templo st
NICE ROOMS. WITH OR WITHOUT
board. 250 So. West Temple. rlS9t;
2 PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH BOARD.
In modern home. 137 N. W. Temple. rl247
BEAUTIFULLY FURN. ROOMS. EX
ccllent board, oteam heat. 124 S. Cth East
MISS BURKELLA PIERCE, PIER
pont school, Commercial club bldg :
classes dally. ri253
MOVING AND STORAGE.
REDMAN VAN AND STORAGE CO.
moving, packing and shipping. 'Phone 555'
Offlco 120 and 12S S. W. Temple. hlC45
GEORGE HATTON. STOCK BROKER,
Ji of 1 per cent Certificates sent by reg
istered mail to out-of-town patrons. You
pay no ieo if you buy from or sell to mo.
SUITS TO ORDER, 515 UP. FIT GUAR
antecd. Soreitsen & Larscn, 143 W. 2nd
MISS GERTRUDE DUNLAP. ORGAN
Ist and Baritone. Vocalist Now Castle.
Wyo., will ho open for engagement Janu
ary 2, 1S04. Denomination of church no
objection, and up-to-dato service- guar
anteed. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, j
WOMAN SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN
Lulu Brookr, M. D Constitution blk.
MRS. C. M. TRIPP. MASSAGE AND
magnetic treatment. 353 S. W. Tomple.
STOVE AND FOUNDRY WORKS.
STOVES, RANGES. CASTINGS. RE
newed and repaired, dealers in stoves and
ranges. Western Foundry, 242 Stato st
'Phono 1625-X. ol729
H. B. DAVIS. PLUMBING. HEATING,
sewer work. Tel. 1371-Y. 123 E. 2nd So.
ROOFING REPAIRS REASONABLE.
S. L. Gravel Roofing Co., 449 W. 1st No.
-FURNACES CLEANED BY EXPERT.
IIousecleanlDg Co., 131 Jtfabj., Tel. 1070-K.
u c ivr r23$3
I ON PACE 11 Igj
tug, single or en suite. jSRKa I .
2 OR 3 NICELY FUnv iTT-i i
housekeeping, bet 5 h : nd CnMs i
and 5th So . Hazel court. h B- i r,
2 NICELY FURNlSHEiTnr i
housekeeping. $io. 455 SoT w2??J
VERY NICELY FUnvi?7T : '
front room. bath, for -cniirliED'
month. 071 So Main. Cman-
FINE FRONT jTomr T" LVffi
heat. dec. llghta! A SHf
, NEW MODERN ROOvT""T":Hlfc
housekeeping. 240 West lsl sl'g iHI
3 NICELY FURN. ROOMS rTTr-HES
housekeeping. 223 E. 5th Bo
non st, near 2nd S. an,r jWH
, TWO FURNISHED ROOliT'fesM
housekeeping. 156 So. 4th Wert. lKjtl,S
H-RM. MOD. BR.. ELEGAT77r!b '
nlshcd. paved district, closo In
locality, SIM. Houston ft
4 NICELY FUR, ROOMS, BAThT
housekeeping; no ehlldroa" jfl
2 HOUSEKEEPING RMS cmk iV -also
other rooms and board 157 Thl I'Ofl
MODERN HOUSES. 15 or 30 P.rJ. U',
furniture for sale. Tut tie Br" j W 1
FOUR ROOMS. FURNITURE 1 1
sale, snap; parties leaving city, Hlf
stltutlon block. J w !Uif
S-ROOM MODERN BRICK. IIOT iNll
ter heat, nicely furnished; cast slit I W
K. Shaw, under Walker's bank. j '
NEATLY FURNISHED FRO'
room, at 331 E. 2nd South. -
C-,RPM COTTAGE. BETWEEN Sit
and 10th East 2nd South. TeL lav Vl"
U i Ttei
DESIRABLE C-ROOM FURNISH i
house. Apply ill D00y blk. ij tfhl It
ONE LARGE FURNISHED P.00
with or without housekeeping 1MV KCvilh.
lst South- j kr
NICELY FURN. MODERN ROdj ftirff
etcam heat, closo In. 325 So, 2nd Q fefai
CHEAP. FURNISHED ROOMS, WT itp
or without housekeeping 213 W. litj teto
OFFICE AND FURNISHED RO01 Wr
modern. 13 South Main at VJ
1 f Jijar
THREE ROOMS FOR LIGHT H0UJ
kceplng: no children. 11 Kendall ttpBt p-'K.
2 ROOMS FOR HOUSFKEEPIltf
hot, cold water, bath. 63 3rd East
FURNISHED ROOMS FOP. LIGwLiscl
housekeeping; also room3 with or wJtjjfBja
out board. S31 East First So. liitM'
ROOMS WITH OR WITHOUT BOAjMft
modern; furnace heat 23 W. 5th jByj"
MEREDITH, 154 SO. W. TEMPLB.rj j-
400 CON. MERCUR, W CTS.: ) SU jjV
rise. 20 cts. Geo. Hatton. 43 E. !ad!l :
: : ? iltei
SNAPS IN FARM PROPERTY AJ i' ,
advertised right along In The Inter-Mtn i
tain Farmer. Advertisers make galea, w M by
HACK, ALSO ROCKAWAY Cj br
riagc; good order. 15 W. 2nd So., roow k Jap.
ALL KINDS OF HORSES. 101 Ai
atablo. 119 W. So Temple. )
FURNITURE OF 7-ROOiI B0AW
Inc-house; houso for rent. G Ife.j
LARGE NEARLY NEW NATION
cash rcglBtor. Address R a Tribune -tn
1 .,.vr nia !'?'
PIANO. urKIliU'i- -urtjri f -New,
cheap. Must sail. Hi S. Main. tie tl
STOCK OF GENERAL ERCHJI
dlse, atoro building, dwelling house. M fcfci
outside cellar, warehouses and : jfx
lot In best part of wjne .town Mt
pcoplo; only one other store. , "wo &
within 16 miles; large territory; ) coal a bp,
within 30 mllea, 10-ft. vein; bed ; hnfl kfci0
country In Idaho; heavy live stx w m t
try; owner has other business reqoir
all his time; cleared J40W last yejr. fcfrl
tal rcnulrod 55000 to 5S0CO. Addrets
Tribune. 1 J1
1903 WINTON TOURING CAR . CO
S2G0O; two 540 headlamps. worJ, 3'tc
tires, all first-class order. 51630- Colon
Automobile Co., 1510 Court : Plow.
Colo. Selling agents for Thomas .-dl fcfc,,
der, 21 h. p. touring cars. 52op. I db
OR TRADE. 10 HEAD OF HORSES , ,
irulcs, G wagons. C set of harness, iy,
Miller & Co. Ss-j
BETWEEN FEB. 10 AND J5.
carriage tongue, single ha "5 tfU
sowing machines, commode " x
lng bed. range, lounge. J.arg:
good heaters; cheap. Apply .
East Tako Stato st. car to Cierc.
Place. r " -
SHEEP FOR SALE.-ABOCTJ .
sheep, well bred; 3300 are e'. fclfil
yearlings. For further P""1?
dress Newman Broa., Klmamo. Iuo-J
GOOD BRUSSELS CARPET. CHEA gjl)
E55 So. Sth East. i t
GOOD FAMILY SURREY HOg
buggv and harness, cheap. 115 S. my
st, oV tel. lfrin-k. HSsir
SLOT MACHINES. Plono..?1
lng. punching, electric, concert Ph
Parker's shooting gallery and crr,(
round oi-gnu 21 Commercial st.
U HEAD 2 AND KS
shear 10 pounds: are fat Mfflg pSC,
at tumlng-out time. W. T. Croucn,
cttc. Ida. . Pj
SHEEP-FOR SALE, ABOUTgl,,
first-class young ewes, with or JL CgfkT.
outfit or hay. Inquire C. W. tU 'Jf
Idaho Falls. 'jTH
RENTED, REPAIRED. EXClWgSr
F.Caiter, 3rd So. Cor. WTeaip'
NEW OR 27I-HAND. CASa TgjW!.
or term. Borwiaca-StOUt Co., H rPtj,'
SO.Uii.' ' ' SM