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10 irrrw gASJPliSEE TlTuftDSS: Moxday Mokotng, Febbuary 15, 1904. 1
I? RAIN OR SNOW,
SAYS MAN.
JUPITER PLTJVIUS TO SPRINKLE
' LAWNS TODAY. OR MANTLE
'1 OP WHITE WILL FALL-
jl "Utah Fair in south; rain or snow In
j north portion Monday and probably Tucs-
I
dny." Tills Is the
forecast for today's
weather made by the:
weather bureau In
Chicago. Yostcrduy
the weather In this
city was up to sched
ule of Local Fore
caster Hyatt. The
Chicago man, It
would scorn, also
lc n o w r. something
.about the variety of
avcather due hero to
day. Last evening
the sky became over-
i RAJ OH SNOW, enst and there was a
J feeling of snow or rain In tho atmos
phere. j Tlio high record for the thermometer
4 I wtorday was 35 degrees; low, 21 decrees.
I CITY AND NE16HB0RHQQ3.
' A, J. Mailoy. a prominent capitalist of
New Haven, Conn., who Is well-known In
(, mining circles In both Utah and Colorado,
arrived In the city yesterday from tho
J Fast. He will snend several weeks look
m lng after his intercuts In this State.
V,' .
L Two dances are to be clvcn In the Na-
: tional Guard armory before the close of
ho month, one by the Signal corps on
u Thursday night, tho ISth, the other by II
t company on Tuesday, the 23rd. The boys
propose giving their friends a good tlmo
on each occasion,
i
.1 Rev. J. C. Blckel has returned from his
trip to Missouri, where he was called to
w pttend the funeral of his sister. He occu
i, j led the jiulplt of the First M. E. church
i I lestcrdav morning. At tho evening' scr-
1 vice In that church an address on Abra
ham Lincoln was delivered by the Rev.
"William J3. Ayrcs of Beaver City.
4 . a I
The sicial org-.m recital given In the
Tabernacle yesterday afternoon aflor tho
regular services was very largely attend- j
cd The programme consisted of four
numbers bv Organist J. J. McClcllan.
Miss Marv Sherwood of Chicago, In
who.e honor the recital was given, wan
j expected to render a solo, but was unablo
to do so
IKNTJTSFORD HOTEL.
The one place for comfort and elegance-
Fireproof; telephones In every
room; modern In every way.
ID. J. Sharp Cool Co.
Office, "3 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.
Telephone 59S.
Yard No. 3. State bet. 13th and 14th
South. Telephone 105.
I Mrs W. 11. Carter ind Mrs. George
T.add will entertain the ladies of the G.
1. A. to the 13. of L. E. and their friends
at a Kensington at the home of Mrs. Car
( tcr, 901 lla2el street, Tuesday afternoon,
February JCth.
o
Miss Selma Hyams of New York City Is
expected to arrive today on a visit to her
griind pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Philips.
a i e
Mrs. Spcrry of 720 East Third South
Ktreet, will entertain the George R. Max
well circle. W. R. C. at a valentine party
this evening. McICcan corps and friends
and visiting sisters Invited. .
Mrs, Henry M. Crowther returned, from
Blrtgnam and Highland Boy last evening
after a pleasant visit with Miss Dolly
Hums.
$30,000 stock of Diamonds, Watches.
Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass. Clocks,
etc , at auction. 2-.30 and 7:20 this day.
W. W. Hall's Jewelry Store, 227 Main st
I CAME IN LATE.
'ACCIDENTS ON THE RIO GRANDE
AND SOUTHERN PACIFIC DE
LAYED LOCAL TRAINS,
Nearly all trains coating Into Sail Lake
yesterday were from' four to twelve houra
lute A freight train wreck at Thistle
yesterday morning held up al trains on
that road. No. 5, the through passenger
train from the east, which is due hero at
1010 a. in , having arrived about J p. m.
No one was reported Injured In the wreck,
the damage having been confined to the
ditching of .several freight cars and the
tearing up of tho track for a tdiort dis
tance. Passengers on the Southern Pa
cli'ie who should have arrived In the city
Saturday did not reach here until yester
day afternoon, the delay on that road
having boon occasioned by the caving In
of a snowtihcd near Truekce, Cal.
Spring Hat Opening.
We place our new creations in both
derbies and soft goods on sale today in
Miller. Warburton and Dcnn&y derbies
and Horton and Stetson soft goods; JU
and ?5 grades.
BROWN, TERRY WOODRUFF CO.
ICC Muin street.
PERSOflAL MENTION. .
Hon. Douglas A. Preston of Wyoming
came drown from Pocatello. Ida., yester
day, after disposing of profoaslonul en
Kigement?, and left for home last night,
after a pleasant visit with friends ami
clients.
The Blue Point Cigars
'Are sold by all dealers. Manufactured
H by Whitakcr & Dallas, CI Weal 2nd
H South. Telephone 2062x.
Hj 8 elegant Presents given away free
H at the Big Auction Sale of Diamonds,
H Watches, Jewelry. Silverware and Cut
H Glass at W. W. Hall's Jewelry Store,
H 27 Main sL Sales today at 2:30 apd
H v. m.
H If delivery of the Tribune la irregular
H please make corapfcdnt to offlcc.lKJ South
BACK IN ZION AFTER
HALF A CENTURY
H. M. Lytic Tells of His First Visit to Salt Lake in 1852,
and of His Experience With the Late
Brigham Young.
Fifty-two years ago H. M. Lytic, with a
party ofslx passed through the valley of
tho Great Salt lake. Ho stopped at tho
rude fottlcmcnt which had been estab
lished on the alio of the present city of
Salt Lake and mot Brigham Young and
tho other Mormon leaders Mho were then
engaged In colonizing Utah.
Mr. Lytic, with his wife, reached tho
city again yesterday, and Is at tho Wil
son. It is the tlrst time he has scon the
City of the Saints slnco his visit years
ago. At present lie In a prominent mer
chant of Pittsburg, and is enroute to Cal
ifornia to see a brother who wa's iunong
the band of Argonauts who crossed the
continent In search of gold In '40.
Included in the party of six who ac
companied Mr. Lytic on his first trip to
Salt Lake was a tailor. They reached
hero on tho third of July nnd the tailor at
once busied himself In making a Mag. It
was very probably the llrst Hag ever made
In Utah. It was unfurled from the top of
their tent and caused comment by Brlg
ham Young and others, to whom It was
something of a novelty.
"It was In 1S52 that we paused through
Salt Lake." said Mr. Lytic. 'We reached
hero on the 3rd of July, and a tailor who
was one of tho party at onco made a
small ling Wo stuck it on lop of the
lent and Brigham Young saw It as he
passed.
" 'isn't It rather early to begin to cele
brate tho Fourth?" he asked Ho laughed
and joked about tho Hag In a good-nat-uied
way, and wc enjoyed his visit.
"Thcro certainly has been a change In
the II ft y-two year?. Then there was n
few scattered 'dobo liour-es here in tho
valley, with few buildings of any preten
tions whatever. We pitched our tent where
travelers usunllv stopped, out on the West
side, I presume It would bo called now. We
had no Idea that the little settlement of
huts and cabins would be the city which
1 have seen since my arrival here."
Mr, Lytic and wife will leave today for
California on an extended visit.
MUD, ICE AND SNOW
SWAMP THE STREETS
Sudden Thaw After Many Snows Renders the Streets of
ths City as Bad as Country Roads at
Their Worst.
Throughout the business section of the
city .yesterday gangs of men worked con
stantly to destroy the thick layers of Ice
and mud whloh have formed upon the
streets. Traffic has packed the snow down
so heavily that In places It Is solid and
picks and crowbars arc nepessary to break
Into tho mass.
On First South street between Main and
State the ice has formed to a depth of a
foot or more, practically raising the street
to a level with the sidewalks. In partly
molting tho water has flooded the street.
Workmen were engnged yesterday In -n-deavorlng
to cut through the Ice to tho
gutter to permit the water to seek other
outlets than the sidewalks.
In the residence districts tho streets are
practlcaly Impassible. Tho ash heaps and
poorly Improvised sidewalks are of no as
sistance to pedestrians In escaping from
the -nud. The crossings when people
alight from street cars are engulfed In
stepping off the car from two to six
DISSENTER SPEAKS
TO SAINTS OF UTAH
Yesterday afternoon the pulpit at the
Tabernacle was thrown open to a lead
ing member of the Reorganized Church
of Latter-day Saints, a body .which has
bitterly opposed for half a century
some of the favorite teachings of the
followers of Brigham Young. The
speaker was Frederick M. Smith, the
son of Joseph Smith, Jr., and a grand-'
son of the prophet. He Is the editor
of the Latter-day Saints' Herald.
Mr. Smith said that the views of his
church and of the Utah Saints are so
antipodal .that 'there can be no affilia
tion, and that he might spend his time
discussing; the differences between the 1
two branches, but he doubted if such'
a discussion could do any good, and
thought it might do some harm, hence
he proposed to talk of those things
which both held In common. Whether
time, the greater arbiter, shall soften
the differences, only the Master of
the LTnlverse can tell..
After quoting the familiar story of
the- first revelation to the Prophet
Joseph Smith, he said: "If Latter-day
Saintlsm stands- for anything, it stands
for self-Improvement. Tt is our, duty to
grow and develop in an intellectual as
well as in a spiritual way."
In support of this assertion he quoted
Inches of mud must bo encountered In
nearly every part of the city.
Old residents declare that the period of
melting and mud lias only begun and that
there Is no Immediate hope of a chanco
to walk along tho streets without acquir
ing an unnecessary amount of earth. As
the thaw continues and tho rains begin
the streets will assume oven more ot a
village aspect and increase the dlscom
llture of pedestrians an much as possible.
Ilackdrlvers and bootblacks are the
only ones who express any delight with
tho present condition of the city's
thoroughfares. It Increases their buslnesn
materially, they say, but other citizens
aren't extravagant In coTipllmontao ex
pressions toward Street Supervisor Con
die. They insist that tho streets In the
business section at least should have been
cleaned long ago nnd that some provision
should be made to accommodate passen
gers In alighting from street cars.
The stn-el jrangs will continue their ef
forts In the business noctlon Indefinitely.
From the success of their efforts up to
this time It Is believed that the streets
will be In fairly good condition not later
than the opening of the summer resorts.
numerous passages from the Doctrine
I and Covenants, in which the priesthood
had been commanded to study all good
books and acquire all manner of in
formation on all subjects. Christ, who,
he said, is the only perfect exemplar,
passed thirty years In preparing him
self for his ministry, which was to
lata only three years; and those who
are diligent in seeking knowledge and
preparing themselves will some time be
in a position to use that knowledge for
the glory of God and the redemption of
Zlon.
The point where the two divisions of
the Mormon church meet on common
ground, he urged, is the belief in con
tinuous revelation and the restoration
of the gospel by Joseph Smith. Some
time, he predicted, a people would he
called to build a temple for the recep
tion of Jesus Christ and would be recog
nized by Jenus. Whether this people
would be the Reorganized church or
the Utah church he did not undertake
to say.
Elder C. W. Penrose follow'ed Mr.
Smith with his testimony and some of
the conventional remarks on the resto
ration of the gospel. He OT.id the Mor
mons respect all who preach with sin
cerity what they believe to be true, "but
those hypocrites who preach for hire
we cannot respect; God does not, and
I believe the devil holds them In con
tempt. "
WHERE THE GAMBLERS
GET THEIR START
,"J3ooU'hoo: hoo!" Mid a, little boy
knee-high to a grasshopper, not far
from The Tribune office Saturday af
ternoon: "What "hi" tho 'matter, son?" Inquired
a. reporter.
"My muvver guv me a quarter to buy
papers wiv and 'I lost it," sobbed the
youthful mourner.
"How did you lose it?"
"Matchin'."
Further inquiry brought out the fact
that the older newsboys had Inveigled
the child Into a giimbling game and
.won his money. The investigation also
developed the fact that the practice of
petty gambling Is almost universal
amonff the "newsies." When waiting
for the afternoon papers to come out,
and even while looking for cuslomc-rE-,
boys from G to lo years of ngo nmuso
themselves by pitching nickels at cracks
MAN BADLY BEATEN
BY YOUNG TOUGHS
"Skllley," the whistling newsboy, way
arrested last night, but was released
shortly after on- his promiscto be good.
In company with a number of other
"nowaieB" he stationed himself at
Thlrd South and West Temple streets
last night and snowballed all the pedes
trians who passed.
They selected a man who Uvea at 173
West Third South street as one of their j
victims. Ho resented the attack and
chased the gang. "Skllley" was cap
tured while the others escaped. "Skll
ley" was taken to police hendquartern
by, lbs roafl jiAd. iurnga pjsz to, the
and matching heads or tails, the win
ners taking lh money.
Sometimes the little gamblers will get
more "blooded," and games for stakes
as high as a quarter are not uncom
mon. In this manner the youngster
cultivate the gumlftlnj,' Instinct, which
is bound to grow stronger with the
passing years.
Tho evil Is one not lightly to be dis
posed of. So long us tlij boys arc com
pelled to stand around and wait for
papers, time 'will hang heavily on their
hands nnd they will amuse themselves
In some way. The-y have resorted to
boxing contests on the sldowallcs, to
singing and 'dancing, and to reading
dime novels. The gambling is the latest
and worst pastime. It Is very well to
say that tho police should interfere, but
this does not answer thfr question as to
how the youngsters may be kept out of
miFchief as the minutes drag slowly
and the papers do not come- from the
press.
oflicers. He was given some good ad
vice and released.
The other members of he gang, how
ever, lay in wait for the man who took
"Skllley" to the station. When he re
turned they pounced upon him and,
with bunana stalks, fists and any other
availuble weapons, beat him severely.
They threw him to tho ground and
kicked and beat him as furiously as
possible.
People who wore passing and wit
nessed the assault nolilled police head
quarters, and a detail of officers hur
ried to the nccne. The youngsters had
departed, however, and .none were cap
ture J
OIED.
COVIXGTON At Tenth West and Fourth
North streets. Henry Covington. In his
thirty-seventh your of pneumonia, aftor
six days' Illness.
Funcrnl announcement later.
FLORIST3 AND SEEDSMEN.
SALT XiAJvE-HUDDART FLORIST
Co. Largest greenhouse In the west. cl'-J
FLORAL DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
RIchnrd E. Evans, 3C Main st. Tel. 30L
B. C. MORRIS FLORAL CO.. FU
neral designs, Jl up McCornlck bldg.
SCIIWARZ & HJ5INCKE,- FLORISTS,
Boedmcn. C-l E. 2nd So, Tel. C05. rMl
ALFALFA, CLOVER. GKASB. GAR
den. flower seeds, fertilizers; cataloguo
free. Vogclcr Seed Co. 3 13
FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
KBER W. HALL, UNDERTAKER
nnd Embalmcr. op. P. O., 110 W. 2nd So.
Tel. 1019.
MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES.
R. M'KENZIE. MONUMENTS. TOMB
clones, W. 1st So. Write for priceo.
r300
AUCTION SALES.
t PER CENT DISCOUNT ON RAT
tan rookers. one week; terms. 51 on 510:
10 on 51C0; no Intorcp.t. 1. X. L. Furniture
and Carpet Installment House, 18 E. 2nd
South. slOlO
WE ARE LOCATED NOW IN OUR
new store, 02 E- 2nd South, and have In
stock tho largest lino of new nnd second
hand furniture, carpets, stoves, ranges,
etc. in the city. Terms to suit. Ne
braska Furniture Co.. 02 E. 2nd So. s92f,
1W0 HEATERS, 11ASEBURNERS AND
ranges, second-hand. Terms to suit. I. X.
L. Bccond-Hand Store. 233 S. State. O1303
MUSICAL.
SS GERTRUDE DUNLAP. ORGAN
ist and Barltono Vocalist, Now Castlo.
.Yv"yo., wlil bo open for engagement Janu
ary 2, IDOL Denomination of church no
objection, aad up-to-date service guar
anteed. P1731
BROKERS.
GEORGE HATTON. STOCK BROKER.
No. -13 East 2nd So. Commission charged,
$1 of 1 pflr cent. Certificates Bent by reg
istered mall to out-of-town patrons. You
pay no feo if you buy from or sell to me,
rlC73
FOR SALE -MISCELLANEOUS.
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD. IOWA
stables, 123 W. So Temple sllOS
C.fiOO PERJUE-SURPR1SE. f CTS.
300 Rocco-Homesto'ke, iv cts.
300 Con. Mercur, MVi cets.
l.Ooo Silver Star. 2i cents.
.7)0 Sunrise, JS', cts.
2.0CO Ontnrlo Con.. I cts.
Will buy 5.000 Sacramento, 20 cents.
5.WXI Mav Day. r. cts.
Geo. Hatton. 13 E. 2nd So. slllO
FURNITURE OF 7-ROOM HOUSE AT
private sale. 150 South Second West.
EUROPEAN HOTEL. SNAP. FORTY
rooms, for J5300; $1000 down, balance
monthly payments; three years' lense. In
qnlro Miller & Miller, Room S, St. James
hotel.
THE STRINGER CO.. W. 2ND SO.
We offer for $175 the furniture of a 5-room
house, complelo for housekeeping. The
furniture is In a dwelling on So. W. Tem
ple street and the house ronts lor $10. The
Stringer Co.. W. 2nd So.
A BARGAIN FURNITURE OF SIX
room house; must be sold at once. 177 E,
1st So. sSSS
A SIX-FOOT PORTABLE BATH TUB,
etc. 20 Church st.
SPECIAL 9-RM. HOUSE, CLOSE IN.
for rent, $30, and furniture for sale, only
JM0.
23-rm. steam-hen ted rooming-house,
cheap.
19-nn. roonlng-house fino location. tHOO.
Furniture of 7-room house, only $250.
Cigar stores, groceries, confectioneries,
hotels, boarding-houses in fact, anything
yon want.
The G. C. Richter Co. Be sure of that
address It's 41 Eaglo block.
FURNITURE OF C ROOMS. CHEAP;
rent reusonable. 151 East 2nd South. s30
MY BUSINESS NECESSITATES MY
leaving city: must sell out my real estate;
have one good S-rctni brick house and
lot, southeast, valued j:200; two cottages
brick. 3 and 5 rooms each, nicely located,
one Is nnortem. e. end of city, and several
lots from $00 to $1600 value. The best offer
I get on theae I shall have to accept. For
particulars address X 13. caro Tribune,
and I will call. I mean business. No
agents need apply. sOll
OR TRADE. DENTAL WORK FOR A
good mlleh cow. Address F 22, Tribune.
s334
10 FT. NICKEL WALL CASE. SIIOW
cases and counters; Nebraska Furniture
Co.; C2 E. 2nd So. mC05
SHARES 3 CENTS: GOLD MINES
ar.d mill; big profits; mineral; prospectus;!
pictures sent free. Sunset Gold com
pany. E06 Mack, Denver, Colo. r235
VICTOR HAND-POWER ROCK
drill, good as new, cheap. 72iJ W. So. Tem
ple sS24
SNAPS IN FARM PROPERTY ARE
ndvcrtlscd right along In The Intcr-Moun-taln
Farmer. Advertisers make sales, too.
HACK. ALSO ROCKAWAY CAR
rlnge; good order. 15 W. 2nd So., rooai 23.
P1S17
FURNITURE OF 7-ROOM EOARD-lng-houic;
houge for rent. G 35. Tribune.
r2l00
LARGE NEAXtLY NEW NATIONAL
cash register. Address R -13, Tribune.
PIANO. UPRIGHT MAH'NY CASE.
New, choap. Must soil. 717 S. Main. sl72
STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHAN
dlsc, store building, dwelling house, largo
outsldo cellar, warehouses and 2V-acro
lot In best part of growing town of 600
people, only one other store; C sawmills
within 1C miles; largo territory: coal mlno
within 30 miles. 10-ft. vein; best farming
country In Idaho; heavy II vo stock coun
try owner hnn other business requiring
all his time; cleared $1000 Inst year; capi
tal required $5000 to JS000. Address T 19.
Tribune. s221
13C-3 WINTON TOURING CAR. COST
$2600; two $40 headlamps, $50 worth extra
tires, nil llrst-clnss order. 51G0. Colorado
Automobile Co., 1510 Court Place. Denver,
Colo. Selling agentn for Thomas 3-cylln-dor,
21 h. 'p. touring cars. $2 GOO. s239
SHEEP FOR SALE. ABOUT 400
sheep, well bred; 25C0 are twos, balanca
ycarllncs. For further particulars ad
dress Newman Bros,, KImama, Ida. s653
GOOD BRUSSELS CARPET, CHEAP.
ST-5 So. Sth East. aG3I
GOOD FAMILY SURREY HORSE,
buggy and harness, cheap. J?4C S. 5th 13.
at,, or tel. lCl5-Ic S717
" SLOT MACHINES. PICTURE. LTFT
ing. punching, electric, concert phonoirrar,
Parker's shooting gallery and mfirrj'-Ro-
WANTED.
A CHILD TO TAKE HOME AND
caro for. I2C So. 5th East. W
HOUSEWORK IN SMALL FAMILY
by compotent girl, 120 West 2nd South.
BUYER VOiX ELEGANT UPRIGHT
piano, walnut cn.se; terms cash or month
ly payment. 602 So. 2nd East. h012
FURNITURE OR ANYTHING SEC-ond-hand:
nothing too large or rtn". L 3t
L. 2nd-hand store.- Tel. -130-3. 23S S, State.
mai7U
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
fttoves. Sea Matzcn, 215 Stale. 'Phono
2123-k. h971
WHY BE BROKE WHEN WE WILT,
loan you money on diamonds, watches.
Jewelry, puns, tools, muslcnl Instruments,
trunks, etc 'Phone 217G-Y. Large loans,
Email Interest. CO E 1st So. Uncle San.
r2IM
A GOOD SECOND-HAND SAFE. ME
dlum size. Address F R. S., Dor 107, city,
giving dlmenslbnu. sS"5
WANT ED --SITU ATI ON.
AS NURSE OR COMPANION WITH
parties going to California. Address I
21, Tribune.
WANTED:-AGENTS.
$100 DAY MADE SELLING RUSSO
.Tupanese War Book by Mural Halstead.
Take orders now. Outfit ready. Send 10
cents. r0 per cent paid agents. Write im
mediately. American Publishing House.
Chicago. 81107
AGENTS; GOOD COMMISSIONS: GOOD
seller; no money invested. Address F 2o.
Tribune.
THREE EXPERIENCED. 1MMEDI
ately, for family specially. Best seller
out. Call evenings. 1C3 South 3rd -'iM.
s900
WP3 WANT 10,000 AGENTS FOR
greatest household seller ever Invented;
actually sells In every homo; Immense
money-maker for agents. Send 10c for
complete sample and our Inrgo Illustrated
catalogue of agents' supplies. Southern
Mcrcantllo Co., Dept. B 129 Houston, 'lex.
s91t
WANTED --HE LP.
TEN HUSTLERS. LADIES AND GEN
tlemen. good talkers. Call after 0 o clock
this morning. Room 25. 110 Main strcot.
COMPETENT COOK. 737 EAST BRIG
ham. ELDERLY WOMAN FOR CARPET
scwlng and dusting In furnlturo storo;
steady position. F-2S. Tribune.
A COMPETENT SECOND GIRL. AP
1)1 y 535 E. 2nd So.
""persons TO MANAGE DISTRICT
offices for commercial house; salary $21,
paid weekly; all expenses advanced. Co
lonial Co.. Chicago. 3SJ
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work, family of three. 374 0th st. s'470
TWO GOOD COATMAKERS, AT
once. Address M. II. Loefficr, Grand
Junction. Colo. s045
GIRL TO ASSIST IN GENERAL
housework, oil So. 2nd East. s!30
30 YOUNG LADY WAITRESSES, 3
lady dishwashers, 2 men cooks. Apply
Monday and Tuesday. 2 to 3 p. m., at S.
S. Ball's Wholesale Bakery, 730 W. North
Temple. sOlS
YOUNG. STEADY MAN OF GOOD
habits for collecting. Somo experience
preferred nnd good rofcronces required.
Must have bicycle. Address F-20, Tribune.
YOUNG GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK.
Call C2G E. Brigham. S102S
GIRL TO ASSIST IN KITCHEN; ALSO
2nd girl. 12-1 Cth East. S1037
ARE YOU COMPETENT
To fill a hlgh-grado executive, clerical,
technical or salesman's position, paying
from S1000 to 55000 a year? Call or write
for plan or booklet. Hapgoods, Suite F,
502 Pioneer bldg.. Seattle, Wash.
WE HAVE POSITIONS OPEN
for salesmen, executive, clerical and tech
nical men. $1000 to $5000. Ak for booklet.
Hapgoods, sulto F, C02 Ploncor Bldg..
Seattle, Wash. s337
MEN ALL BARBER WORK FREE
at Motor's Barber college, 63 E. 1st South.
rl7S7
MEN TO LEARN THE BARBER
trade; S weeks complotcs; positions guar
anteed; tuition earned whllo learning;
licensed Instructors- growing demand for
our graduate!. Call or write for particu
lars. Molcr's Barber college. 62 E. 1st So..
Salt Lake City. rl737
PHYSICAL CULTURE.
MJSS BURKELLA PIERCE. PIER
pont school. Commercial club bldg.;
classes dally. rl253
MOVING AND STORAGE.
REDMAN VAN AND STORAGE CO..
moving, pucklng and shipping. 'Phono 65-3.
Office 126 nnd 123 S. W. Temple. hlC45
JUNK HOUSES.
UTAH JUNK CO., HIGHEST PRICE
paid for Iron, brass, rnss, bottles, rubber,
copper, etc. 63 E. Sth So. 'Phono 220. bS12
CASH REGISTERS.
NEW OR 2ND-IIAND, CASH. TRADE
or terms. Sorrcnson-Stoutt Co., IS E. 2d So.
NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS. 61
car Groshcll, cales agent. No, 221 Main st.
Expert cash register repairing. Second
hand registers always In stock. n5$0
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
ARE YOU SICK? CAN NOBODY
cure you? Then try the Spirit phyalclans;
they heal through me. Como and see inc.
Mrs. W Hcln, ."i W. 5th So. sU(0
WOMAN SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN
Lulu Brookr, M. D., Constitution tlk.
rl077
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
fclruction; large stock of lateet chande
liers. Inter-Mt. Elcc. Co., 45 E. 1st So.
OPTICIANS.
COLUMBIA OPTICAL CO., 260 MAIN.
Wholesale, and retail inanuf. opticians.
CHIMNEY SWEEPS.
FURNACES CLEANED BY EXPERT.
Ilouseclcanlng Co., -131 Main. Tel. 1070-K.
COLLECTIONS.
JOHN J. WALLACE & CO., D. F.
Walker bldg.. Sal: Lake. Collect debts,
any part of U. S. or Canada. BU3lnesa
receives prompt attention. Rcforoncos,
yLulkJtesx. dkyii&s-XQZ. terms.
FOR RENT.
FINE STUDIO. NEW PIANO. BY
day or evening. UC. Constitution bldg.
THREE MODERN ROOMS. 722 S. W.
Temrle.
NEW 9-ROOM HOUSE. FURNACE,
strictly modern. 263 E. 4th So. slOH
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
9-room house, largo bam. carriage shed,
No. 230 So. 3rd Wo3t. $30.
7-room hoime, 7th West nrar 1st So., $20.
Wc have others. :
BROWN'S IN TOWN. 1023
TH SO., NEAR 3RD E IVROOM
modern brick. 25.
5th So., near kh E, 7-room , modern
brick. Wj.
nth E.. near Cth So., 6-room modern
brick. ?20.
7th So., near Cth E., C-room modem
brick. $13.
2nd W., near 5th So., G-room house, $17.
Gil: So., near 5th E 3-room house, 510.
12th So., near 12th E., 3-room house. J6.
Regc Realty Co.. No. S W. 2nd So.. Suilo
10 and 17 Walker Bank building. 'Phono
1G35-K.
Rcge Realty Co., No. S W. 2nd So.
31025
1C2G FIRST ST., 7-ROOM HOUSE, IN
good condition, $30. C. W. Miller & Co..
112 W. 2nd So. ?9i3
A 5-ROOM BRICK HOUSE, IN FIRST
clasa condition, to business man and wife,
rent $15, No. 243 E. 1st Sputh. Inquire
IS E. 4th South. I3
11-RM. MOD BR., CLOSE IN. $75.
5-rm. mod. br. cot., vacant on 23rd, $25.
5-rm. mod br. cot., vacant on 20th, $20.
5- rm. cot., bath, 6 Thornton ave., $18.
7-rm. and barn. 1535 5th East. 515.
l-rm, br. cou, C25 0th Enst. $15.
4- rn. cot., r. 257 W. 4th So., court. $10.
Houston Real Estate Inv. Co., 251 Main
s973
6- ROOM MODERN BRICK, ELEC.
lgt.. bath. 033 W. 2nd North. 827
9-ROOM MODERN BRICK HOUSE.
South Main. 13 Eaglo block. 773
6- RM. BRICK. NEW. MODERN,
large cellar, $15 a mo.: close to car lino.
Hubbard Inv't Co., 7S W. 2nd So. 3721
7- ROOM HOUSE WITH ALL MODERN
conveniences, 134C So. 5ih E, sU, or tel.
1645-lc. 3718
THREE ROOMS. PALTRY. CELLAR,
water In house. 41S So. 3rd East. s655
HOUSES. DIFFERENT SIZES AND
different localities; also unimproved resi
dence, business or trackago property for
salo; casv terms. Apply at 415 S. WTem
ple. st. from 12 to 2 or after 5 p. m. a 120
FOR SALE HOUSES DIFFERENT
sizes and different localities; also unim
proved residence, business or trackago
property; easy terms. Apply at 415 S. W.
Tcraplo st frooa 12 to 3 or aftor 5 p. m.
8420
2 ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEP
Ing. $10 per mo. 35 So. Ith East. fS59
4 LARGE ROOMS. SUITABLE FOR
offlco or living rooms. Apply Butler's
grocery, 210 State st.
GOOD STORE. WITH OR WITHOUT
basement East 2nd South st. Frltscb.
No. 12 East 2nd So. r2423
5- ROOM BRICK. CLOSE IN. C. E.
Taylor. 222 South West Temple st r2390
4-ROOM HOUSE, CTH 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, 5TH SOUTH,
ti 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 st Owner leav
ing city.
SEVERAL DESIRABLE HOUSES. J.
Donnan Rcavls. 7S W. 2nd So. 'Phono 173.
20 HOUSES, ALL KINDS. PRICES
and locations. Tuttlo Bros.. 113 Main ot
FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE CLOSE IN.
Positively no boys. Enq. 131 W. Gth So.
slCC
7-ROOM COTTAGE, ENTIRELY MOD
crn, at 654 So. Main. r247
.LARGE STOREROOM ON MAIN ST..
bet. 2nd and 3rd So. Houston Real Es
tate Inv. Co.. 251 Main. plGSS
5 UNFURNISHED SUITES IN JEN
nlngs block for bacholor apartments. In
quire 15 W. 2nd South, room 23. pllOO
7 AND S-ROOM MODERN HOUSE;
Bteam and hot wator heat; close In. James
K. Shaw, under Walker Bro3.' bank. nl5S9
7-ROOM HOUSE IN PARK TER
racc. Inquire U. U. Hlskoy, 201 McCor
nlck bile pl7
WE WANT SOME HOUSES TO RENT.
Hill Invest Co.. 156 So. W. Temple. mllO
CARPET CLEANING.
UTAH CARPET AND WALL PAPER
Cleaning Co. Carpets cleaned on the floor,
feathers renovated. 'Phono 1737-K. nll62
CLAIRVOYANTS.
AVE TELL YOUR NAME AND JUST
what you wish to know about business,
changes, property, mines, claims.- money,
sickness, all lovo affairs, friends, adapta
tions and anything else. Remember, fr.co
If not correct if you cannot call write
to us. Arnold-DIckson Bros.. 169' So.
Main st. Come today. 'Phone 2184-K. slll2
SPECIAL SPIRITUALISTIC. MATER
lnllzlng scanco tonight. Seo and talk with
your spirit friends at Arnold-DIckson
Bros., 159i South Main. All Invited. slll2
MRS. M Z ABBOTT, MAGNETIC
healer. 113 So. 1st West. s9S6
DERMATOLOGY.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES. DOU
ble chins and all facial blemishes removed.
Eczema, pimples, oily skins, blackheads
and large pores cured. Mrs. Dwlncll Mc
Kay. The Cullen. suite 76. s245l
BOARD AND ROOMS.
PLEASANT ROOMS WITH BOARD,
for gentlemen; private family; $1.50 per
weclc 66 East 1st North. e713
ROOM AND BOARD WITH PRIVATE
family. 255 W. Sth South.
RATES. 270 W. SO. TEMPLE. s51
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOM AND
board for two, In ono of tho Ilnost private
homes; close In. lot N. W. Temple st
r217C
NICE ROOMS. WITH OR WITHOUT
board. 256 So. West Temple. rl996
2 PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH BOARD.
In modern home. 137 N. W. Temple. rl247
BEAUTIFULLY FURN. ROOoIS. EX
ccllcnt board, steam heat 124 S. 6th East
rU3
WHERE 70 STOP.
THE CLAYTON: ROOMS $2.50 TO $5.00
week, 236 So. Siaio sc. rlliO
ROOMS AND BOARD, $1 DAY UP:
weekly ralc3. 270 West bo. 'Vcmple. rlOlo
MASSAGE.
MRS. C. M. TRIPP. MASSAGE AND
j ADDITIONAL P
I ... CLASSIFIED ADS ,Mf
ON PACE 9 '
FOR RENT--FURNISH ED, '
housekeeping. 50 W. 5th So-. s LA
4 OR 5 NEW, MODERN HOT'opt J
ing rooms. 132 B at. Tel. 1&-Y K5J V
ELEGANT ROOMS, STEAM tjp' .1
gas, water, $11 month. Apn y VnSS
Whlttlngham block. PP ' roo:n!
1 .
2 NICE ROOMS, ELECTRIC7rri '
and water, now and clean. 570 So. $ . -
10 ROOMS AND RECEPTION?
handsomely furnished, brick. furnirv l
e.Ieo. light, porcelain bath. F d. KU
in. sidewalks, or will rent unfuroiAjaR
NICELY FURNISHED llOVSVM
Church st008 MUh'
3 ROOMS. EN SUITE. NICELYS'
nlshr.d. for light housekeeping. lOiE 'l
NICE ROOMS, PRIVATE FAm3 "
closo in. rent reasonable. 251 E. 2ndtf'-'
NICE FRONT ROOM, MOrjwl '.U
with bath. 368 E. 3rd So. kitll(
WtB MODERX ROOMS. 331 Xl ' J
NEW 5-ROOM COTTAGE. JMODEl .
furn. or unfurn. 523 E. Cth So. ut4i ' ..I
TWO FRONT ROOMS, ELEGANT f '
furn. and fino location, inij. ltf I
-i $H
11-RM. MOD BR., ELEGANTLfir l T
S1,1!101-,,01030 ln5 arrangements firsUdi tt t
3100. Houstons, tho Houacrs, 231 Jjjj
'!
HOUSEKEEPING FUR. ROfW
brick cottage, piano, electric light, t graS'
phone. 56 North 2nd West. s P50;
gtior
2 ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEK& v.
Ing. 42 Pitt st, 3rd So.. 7th Weat? fc
EITHER 3 OR 4 NICELY FURNISH IW
rooms (housekeeping If necessary) ti P'-1
Main and 1st South. Llttlo & UuitS
4 W 2nd So. we
gisty
SUITE OF TWO NICELY pi r,nin
nlshcd rooms for housekeeplnc 2
South Main. ' IjilS
FURN. ROOMS FOR HOUSEKE Ct
lng, single or cn sultp. 209 E. 1st So. , 'SJV'
2 OR 3 NICELY FURN. ROOMS I iU
housekeeping, bet 5th 'and 6th E. and i&l'by
and 5th So., 433 Hazel court . ja:
VERY NICELY FURNISHED, LA Ls
front room, bath, for gentleman, $l!C0 ? 51111
month. 571 So. Main is in
TWO NICELY FURN ROOMS B ffi
housekeeping. CO W. 5th So. v T "j jt'
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. SH CI
non st, near 2nd S. and 7th West. "3 1 '
A NICE SUITE OF ROOMS. WITH. ftal.
without housekeeping. 214 W. 1st Sot c
Jl e-.Iapc
11-RJkL MOD. BR.. ELEGANTLY Fl -Sfho
nlshcd, paved district, close ln. splei afc,' II
locality, $100. Houston the Houcer,v rrhii
Maln-
4 NICELY FUR. ROOMS. BATH, E.'"
housekeeping; no children. 605 So. Ji !li'
Temple st hskiw!
-4r '
3 HOUSEKEEPING RMS.; MODEF iVW
also other rooms and board. 167 W. 1st
MODERN HOUSES. 15 or 30 R001
furnlturo for sale Tuttte Bros. V "W
FOUR ROOMS. FURNITURE S f&
sale, snap; parties leaving city. $40 C
stltutlon block. V leTfr
3-ROOM MODERN BRICK. HOT-'?
tcr heat, nicely furnished; east side. ;
K. Shaw, under Walker's bank. i rjth.
NEATLY FURNISHED FRO fVH
room, at 334 E. 2nd South.
5-ROOM COTTAGE. BETWEEN j M tT
and 10th East 2nd South. TeL VM
I
DESIRABLE 8-ROOM FURNISH
huso. Apply 111 Dooly blk. aror
ONE LARGE FURNISHED ROC Jjjj1.
with or without housekeeping. 131 Jfrs.
lat South. .? (jtjjp
NICELY FURN. MODERN ROOl
steam heat, close !n. 525 So. 2nd a ;
CHEAP. FURNISHED ROOMS, W
or without housekeeping. 212 W. lit'
BSf.b
OFFICE AND FURNISHED ROOl sdsia,
modern, 13 South Mala Bt r .li,Y
2 ROOMS FOR HOU5FKEEPD
hot, cold water, bath. CC3 3rd East p rf.Jd
FURNISHED ROOMS FOP. LlG
housekeeping; also rooms with, or hi
out board. S31 East First So. j p
ROOMS WITH OR WITHOUT BOW f-f-Fe
modern; furnaco heat 225 W. Cth 8
J hlt
LOCKSMITH. J gal
KEYS MADE. ' -
MEREDITH. 154 SO. W. TSMPIJ
PERSONAL. Jb.
EARN A BETTER SALARY AT ?
Bltlon. Studv electricity, mechanical, Js
glnccrlng. telegraphy. at,nomcj !.lpp
respondencc. Thousunds s,?.
Thomas A. Edison Indorses Instil -Book.
"Can I Become an Electrical .
glnacr?" mailed free. Electrical Eael" J.
Institute. Now York. j ogj:
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. MOLES. S Wflj
removed by X-rays or electric neeaie, j tyw
Brooks, M. D , Constitution blocs.
ADVERTISING WORLD. COLrDflM
Ohio, a monthly journrl of Jninr?,M
plans, suggestions and Ideas if.r10.H
lng. Send today for free sample,
for four months' trial. L9
LADIES' CHICHESTER S ENGIP
Pennyroyal Pills are the best .aIViZ
liable. Take no other. Send T.?,B"i
for particulars. "Relief or ,La,d''JBtg
lotter by return mall. yoHl7?3Cr
Chichester Cbcynical Co.. PhlladelpoIsMffi.
ELOCUTION, PHYSICAL CULT "MS
BAKER SCHOOL OF RJPf9Bt
Templcto:i bldg. Telephone 135?- I'MBTB
BL
PAINTING AND PAPERHAfJOljJH
W. A. DUVALL. 124 W. 2ND fOBIj
No, 1145-lc Our new paper BM
STOVE AND F0UNDRYJj3BKi
STOVES. RANGES. CASTlNGsJj2
newed and repaired; dealers in v.is'M) a
ranges. Westuui Foundrjj nizSi!. Jgb.f1

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