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m 12 The Baus T-.Aurm Trxbtjnis; Fkiday Mokntgnt&, Februahy 19. 1904.
I FAIR TODAY.
jj ' Aooordlnp to the local weather office,
.' tho cold snap which set in "Wednesday will
take Us dopn.rt.uro to
lav, and tho weather
hvlll bo fair and
wormor. Tho mer
oury yesterday read
3 (IcKTeee for the
maximum and 17 do
Krees for tho mini
mum. Thor In somo
warmth due to Salt
.Lako City, ns the nc-i
in temperaturo Is 19
Idogrnep. Tho dr.
.flclcnoy may como
sill In a bunch and
von un the record.
11 Morcury readings at other points ye
tarda? wore: Max. Mln.
Denver - PL CVdy....30 10
Grand Junction CICHr....jO -G
Helena Pt. CJ'dy....j6 U
Pocatollo Clear.... 34 IS
? Modon Clear.. ..36 IS
I ftVlnnomucca. CKar....43
Ij: CITY AND NEIQHB0RHO8D
'il Tho Infant daughter of IT. S. PernRtrom
i j I Hied AVodnosday night, aged nbout two
I months Tho little ono was a granddaugh
jjjj 1t of Councilman Fervtstrom.
Hi Temperance rally tonight. Fobruary
39th. at 7:30 o'clock, nt 223 East Second
i South, under the ntu?plco of tho local Z.
J; R. L. nocloty Temperance talkp. songs
j 1 and recitations In both English and Swcd
Jan. Seats free.
h' A! voung man by tho name of Charles
H Crydon was examined a? to his sanity by
Drs. Mayo and Odoll before Referee J.
' 1 Kldredgo. Jr., and ordered committed
to the Statft mental hospital at. Provo.
'' The yountr fellow Is a victim, of syphilitic
' 1 1
Thlo evening at S o'clock Rabbi Rey
uV nolds will speak on "Law, Service and
)' Benevolence." The public is cordially- ln
:Jf viled. Next Friday evening Rabbi Rcy
ii! nolds will deliver a lecture on the Rub30
Ki Japanese, war, giving Intoreetlng bits about
M Russia, which Ik his native land- The
public at Urge will bo cordially welcomed
hi; to the service.
I Articles of incorporation of tho Ogdcn
l Troy Steam LaioirtiT company wore rc-
: corded Yesterday in tho ofllco of the Scc-L-!
retary of Statu. The cnpltal atock of the
L company Is divided into 250 shares
ij of tho face value of 5100 each Thomas D,
! ! Deo Is prosldent of the corporation; R. S.
H Joyce, vice-president; C. AV. Curtis', man
U ager, and John Plngreo, secretary and
I i The Rev. Dr. David II. Moore of Cln-
I clnnatl, who was aboard the RuBsIan
steamship Mongolia when that vessel was
) captured recently by .the Japanese, is
I ; 3cnown to a number of Methodists In this
! cltv. Dr Mooro has charge? of the Motho
' .list work in China. Japan and Korea, and
was on the way to Port Arthur at the time
of tho capture It in believed that ho will
i 1o liberated as noon, as his identity Is e-
Sccrotarv Fisher Harris of the Commcr
' clal club yesterday sent a lotter and a
telegram to Chlof Hydrographer Nowell
iii Washington, offering the gc-od offices
':! of tho club in 'securing for Salt Lake City
M: the location of tho Western headquarters
1 of tlie arid land reclamation bureau. Tlie
headquarters employs quito ;. forco of
liigh-salarled men and Its location would
; mean the dleburnement of large eums of
i money In this city, uslde from other ob
H' lous advantages.
H; Tlio taking of stock of tho Loco House
Hj concern having- been completed, V. P.
3i!skey, rocelved, has been appointed
trustco bj- tho Federal court, having glv
en a bond of SX.OOO. Ho will run proceed
to dlsposo of tho stock, ofgoods and other
3iropcrty, wlilch have been Invoiced and
1 appraised as follows: Stock. .?5-l.(0): tx
lures, SI 0.000; book accounts. $15,000, being
a. total of $79,000, Trustee Hlskey will re
oelvc sealed bids for these assels until
Friday at 10 a. in.
Friends In this city have learned of fi
serious accident, which haupenod ln Los
Angeles to Mrs.. I Ij. Dickinson, formerly
-woll-known here. Several years ago Mr.
Dickinson wuh prominently Identified wlUi
1 local politics and she has numerous
frfends here. Recently she has been con
ducting an apttrtmont house In Los An
poles Last week, while d8cendlng a flight
j of steps she slipped and fell. Her hip v:an
fractured In the accident and the Injury
Is said to be quite sorlou.
I A successful ball and concert was given
at Jlusell hall last night for the benefit
of Reese Price, an employee of Silver
Tiros, for tho past fourteen yeara, who Is
now In the Holy Cross hospital Thero
were 175 persons present. The programme
included seventeen numbers. Mualcnl se
lections were rendered by tho Messrs.
Klelsoii, Miss Besalo Browning, Miss Es
Hior Davis and Hazel Cannon, and John
James. Prof. Frank W. Merrill was ac
companist and J. U. Eldredgc master of
A meeting of tho school trustees of pro
posed districts Jsoh. '1 and :i met with the
County Commissioners and County Su
lerlntendtnt of Schools yesterday for tho
purpose of discussing tho advisability of
consolidating the districts. It Is pro
posed to consolidate districts Kos. !t,
.Brighton, and 15. .'orth Point, into dis
trict Xo. 2. and districts No. 47, Pleasant
Green, and 50. Hunter, Into district No: D.
The trustees wore - In favor of tho con
solidation for the reason tljat it would
mean a betterment of the schools.
The Utah Light and Railway rompany
yesterday posted a notice that all shop
men and employees of tho light deport
mnnt would be allowed to pfircnaso street
car tickets at half price. This applies to
jiearly Of) men who have hitherto been re
quired to pay full fare. Some of the car
mcn understood the order to bo that me
torn en and conductors should pay for
their rides, and were Justly indignant,
thereat, hut Secretary Wells stated last
night that all carmen in uniform would
be permitted to ride free, as In the past.
Last evening In tho private dining
room of the Wilson hotel tho Ministerial
association gave n, farewell dinner Iil
honor of Rev, Mr. and Mrs, Rlckcl, who
leave today for Cheyenne. Covers were
laid for thirty, the guests including- mem
bers of the association, with their wives.
At tho close of the banquet the following
toasts were respondod tp; "Our Fellow
ship." Rev. T. W. Plnkerton; "Our Prob
lems," Rev. John Rlchelscn; "Our Pros
pects," Rev. D. L. llelmlck; ''An Revoir,"
Rev. Bruce Kinney; "The Lodlcs." R.ev.
W. M. Paden.
An amendment to the articles of Incor
poration of the Keith-O'Brien company,
making the stock assessable, was flld in
the office of the County .Clerk yosterday.
The amendment, which was udoDtod at "a
meeting on February lnth. provides that
when tho corporation Is Indebted In an
amount exceeding 10 per cent of the
nmount of tho outstanding capital stock
tho board of directors shall have the pow
er and authority for the purpose of pay
ing said Indebtedness, to levy and collect
an assessment upon tho outstanding capi
tal stock of said corporation In an nmount
KUfftcIent to pay said Indebtedness, but
not to eroeed CO per cent of tho outstand
ing capital stock.
The one place for comfort and ele
gance. Fireproof; telephones in every
room; modern. In every way.
30,000 stock of Diamonds, Watches,
Jewelry, Silverware. Cut Glass, Clocks, j
1 etc, at auction. 2:30 and 7:30 this day.
ST. W HaU'c Jewelry. torc 22? Main fit, J
TRAGIC DEATH OF THEODORE
. BRUBACK. -
?:: i V:f ' 111
- Well'Knswn Salt Lake Mining Man and Railroader
Falls From a ladder in the DaIyJudge Mme
in Park City and Breaks His Neck,
(Special, to The Tribune.)
FARE CITY, Feb. IS, Pnrk City
was startled at S:30 this afternoon by
tho shocking Intelligence from- the
Daly-Judgo mine that Col. Theodore
Bruback, who arrived this morning
from Salt Lake to visit that property,
had met with a violent death. Mr.
Bruback, who was in the habll of visit
ing tho Daly-Judge frequently, taking
a deep Interest in all that occurred in
the property, nUempted to climb what
is known as the May raise, a narrow
Incline which runs up from the 1400
foot level at- an angle of G3 degrees,
when In some unknown manner he fell
from the ladder n distance of fifteen
feet, striking- his head on the steel rail
of the tra.ck and breaking his neclc
Life was extinct in lesa than ten min
utes, the interim being a peaceful one.
Manager George ;icSorlcy, who was
standing: at the foot of the raise when
the accident occurred and who is
broken-hearted over the event, being u.
close personal friend of the deceased,
tells the sad story of Col. Bruback's
"We entered the mine about 1
o'clock and arrived at the May raise,
which is JliOO feet south of the station,
on the back ledge, at 3 o'clock. Mr.
Bruback expressed a desire to go up
the raiee. I tried to dissuade hira from
the attempt, seeing that there wa&
nothing- there and that the raise had
not 'boon In use for a considerable time.
Mr. Bruback, Insisted on going, expect
ing to find some ore in the workings
above. I was unable to go with him
on account of an Injury of the arm,
sustained the day before while riding
a trolley through the tunnel.' 1 stood
near the foot of the ladder leaning
against some timbers and waited while
Col. Bruback ascended. There was the i
nolf3 of his ascending, then a pause and
I was horrified to see the form of the
Colo.nel fall head foremost at my feet.
I leaned him against tho side of the
drift and rushed, back to the place, sev
eral hundred feet distant. Where Joe
Holland and Jim Shields were working.
While I was gone F. S. Taylor and
Charles Hollencainp. coming in fqr
change of shifts, stumbled over the
All was done that was possible by tlie
live men Avho were with -Mr. Bruback
during his last moments. He Jircathed,
his last while alone with Mr. Shields,
the others havlrig4been away .for water
and other requirements. In less than
a half hour the body was lying' In tho
company office and messages had been
sent to Park City, Salt Lake- and other
points. Two ( suppositions are urgetl to
account for Mr. Bruba'ck's fatal fall.
One is to the effect that he became
suddenly seized with dizziness, of
which he was a periodical victim, and
lost his hold. The other Is that he
struck his head against a cross piece
and was stunned by the blow. The
incline is what is known as a wet
raise and Is richotted with timbers to
catch the mud and water. At the point
where Mr. Brubach left the ladder a
cross piece is In such position that a
person ascending might strike his head
if not looking' upward.
Tho body was removed to Richard
son's undertaking parlors this evening,
where hundreds of citizens have since
filed through to take a last look at this
figuro, so familiar in mining circles
here. The inquest will not be held un
til Saturday afternoon, on account of
the County Attorney being unable to
reach here this evening from Coalville.
The special arrived here early this
evening, which was sent up expressly
for the remains, and the body was sent
to Salt Lake with Manager John Mc
Sorley. leaving at 8:30.
Mr. Bruback was a frequent visitor
at Park City, coming regularly last
summer and fall to visit the Daly
Judge. Of late he has been missed,
having been away on a pleasure trip to
California. Today's visit here was the
llrat for several jrtonths and this genial
f and kindly man will bo mlssoil very
mucli at Park, City.
The Information contained In tho above
dispatch came as a shock to all people
in Salt Lake. Col. Bruback was so well
known that tho news of his tragic death
affected tho entiru community, and the
accident was the chief topic of conversa
tion la the clubs, -hotels and places of
buHlness. The Colonel was a member of
Gov, Wells's staff; he was president of
the Sanpetf Valley railroad; he was large
ly Interested In mining, and was the
owner of considerable valuable real jstate
In this city. He leaves an interesting
family of wife and children, living at H7
No ono in the city received a greater
shook than Joseoh A. Sliver. He was
talking to Co). Drubnek In Park City at
110 yesterday morning, and the Colonel
gave him a pressing Invitation to go
through the nine with him.
"No," Mr. Silver said, "you can take
your chance In tho mine. TIJ run the riak
of a snowslide on the outside."
Mr Silver came to tlie cltv on the evening-
train and did not hear of the acci
dent until after his arrival. Tho body of
the dead man arrived In the city on a
Rio Grande special at 0:13, and was con
voyed dlrectl to tho home on Brlgham
' Theodora Biub:ick was n native of
Pittsburg. Pa. He came to Utah in lSSn
anil Identified hlmnolf with railroading
and the mining industry. He made a repu
tation as a railroad manager by his suc
cessful adinlnlstrntlnn rtf flu. niYnlr -r
the Sanpete Valley railroad, of which he
i was appointed receiver. During tho re
ceivership lie built the extension of the
road from Wales to Morrison. At the
time of his death he was president of this
road Ho was .tlso president of tho Ster
ling Conl and Coke company, the- Mt. Ne
ho Brown Stone company and the Hlr
scluM Gold Mining companv.
Mr. Bruback never held a public office
and tho only appointment he ever re
ceived was that of Colonel on the staff of
Gov. Wells. He married Miss McLanc of
Westfleld, N. Y.. In 1SSG. and leaves two
children, Theodore and Jessie.
D. J. Sharp Conl Co.
OfTice, 73 South Main street. Tele
phones 719 and 430.
Yard No. 1. 1st South bet. 3rd and
1th West. Telephone 719-3 rings.
Yard No. 2, 12th South and 11th Ea3L
Yard No. 3, State boL 13th and Hth
South. Telephone 105.
Bad debts recorded with us are saved.
The records won't come off till they pay.
-Merchants' Protective association,
Kclentific collectors of bad debts. Top
floor Commercial block. Francis G.
'Luke, Goncral Manager
"Some people don't like us."
Great Northern Copper.
Tho Great Northern Copper Mining com
pany, organized at Ogden, lllcd articles of
incorporation with the Secretarv of State
yesterday. Tho company has been formed
to develop some properties in tho Sierra
Madre mining district in Box Elder coun
ty and is capitalized at $100,000. Tho stock
Is divided Into shares of tho par value of
IL per share. The officers nf the companv
arc as follows; A W. Agcc. president;
Daniel Conway; vice-president, S. 11.
Browne, tecrotary and treasurer.
We have moved to No. 12 West Third
South. Will be glad to meet our old
friends and customers In our nc-w loca
tion. On account of cheap rent we will
be able- to give our patrons tho benefit
of same, and will sell good goods
cheaper than ever.
TOM. &. JERRY CLOTHING HOUSE,
I. N, Lewis, Prop.
If delivery of the Tribune la Irregular
please, make complaint to office. 133 South
West Temple Bt., or telcphono ZOO.
S elegant Presents given away free
at the Big Auction Sale of Diamonds,
Watches, Jewelry, Sllvcrwaro and Cut
Glass at W. W. Hall's Jewelry Store.
227 Main su Sales today at 2:30 and
7:30 p. m.
McCoy's livery stable for carriages
and light livery. Telephone 81.
OGDEN AND RETURN $1.00
Feb. 22nd, Via Bio Grande.
Train leaves Salt Lalie 10:50 a, m,
.Return about 6:15 j? rcu from. Osden ,
HILLS. Near tho brick tank. Canyort
road, thin city, Fobruary IS. 1WH, Thomas
H. Hills, non of Frederick and Jano
Hills, born July C0,"l06, In lOmt, Kng
land Funeral nervlcc-K will be held Sunday. at
3 p. m. from the L O. O. F. hall on Mar
ket stroU. Friends aro Invited to attend.
All member of the Maccaboea please bo In
attendance at the funeral.
MEYER At 315 ICast Second South street.
In this city, from old age, Mm. Rpsa
G. Meyer, widow of the late Gustav
Moyer. aged 71 yoam.
Funeral servlcoa will be held at 10
o'clock Sunday morning, fiom tho resi
dence, 315 Enst Second South. Friends aro
invited No llowers.
ALLEN February 17. Lr04, ot his home.
S75 En?t Seventh South ftroet. Samuel
E. Allen, of general debility, In bla 70th
Funeral services will be held !n 'the
Eighteenth ward mccting-houso at 1
o'clock Sundny afternoon.
TL'CKER At his resldenco In Salt Lake,
Fobruarv 17, 3W-I, James Tucker, of sen
ile debility, aged 70 yearo.
He will hurled under tho auspices of tho
Journeymen Tailors' union from Joseph E.
Taylor'? undertaking parlors at 2 o'clock
RBER W, HALL, UNDERTAKER
ond Embalmer, op. P. O., 110 W. 2nd So.
FLORISTS AND SEEDSMEN.
SALT LAKE-HUDDART FLORIST
Co Largest creenhouoo In the west. gl3
FLORAL DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Richard E. Evans. X5 Main ot. Tel. Ml.
B C. MORRIS FLORAL CO.. FU
neral designs, Jl up. McCornlck bldg.
SCHWARZ & HEINCKE. FLORISTS,
seedmen. W E. 2nd So. Tel 605. rfiOl
ALFALFA. CLOVKR. GRASS. GAR
den. flower seeds, fertilizers; catalogue
free. Vogelor Seed Co. aiS
MONUMENTS AND T0MBST0NE3.
R. M'KENZIE. MONUMENTS. TOME
etoncs, 3S9 W. 1st So. Write for prices.
MONEY TO LOAN.
DON'T BORROW TROUBLE; BOR
row money Salaried men or women ac
commodated on their note, without mort
gage or ondorscr. Eay payments. Con
fidential. Cherry, W D. F. Walker bldg.
Any amount to loan on furniture, planon.
warnhouso receipts, personals or any good
security. See ua of you want money. Our
rates lowest in city. Easv terms: plenty
of time. 123 Kelth-O'Brlen bldg. r2163
WE HAVE- A LARGE SURPLUS OF
money on torroj unusualy favorable to
borrowers. Interest and expensoa lower
than any place in Salt Lake, The Home
Trust & Savings Company. 6. S, 10 West
First South street. rl52S
EASTERN MONEY AT LOW RATES
cf Interest on city property.
Wicks. No. C9 State st rlM3
ON CHATTELS OR REAL ESTATE
nny amount; any time. O. F. Peterson.
Ba W. ?nri So.
J10 TO 525.000 ON CHATTELS OR REAL
estate. private. Equitable Loan and
Invest Co . C3& W 2nd So. pj2
ON ANY PROPERTY; YOU RETAIN
possession. Tho Stringer Co,. 70 W. 2nd S.
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS. EL
mer E. Darling Co.. 0 W 2nd So,
UOOO TO $50,000, ONE TO FIVE YEARS;
farm or city property. James K. Shaw,
under Walker Bros. bank. p3J
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS.
Miller & Vlele. 503 McCornlck bld.
ON FURNITURE. PIANOS OR GOOD
security, without removal: private. E. F.
Stoteenbarger. 15 W 2nd So., room 8.
CITY AND FARM PROPERTY, 6 AND
7 per cent J, L, Pcrkeo, 15$ S. W, Temple.
R. L. TRACY. 11 E. 1ST SO.. LEND3
money; no commission, expense or dolay.
WE LEND MONEY TO BUILD
houses. It ie not neccsBary to havo the
houBo built first. We will advance the
money as the houso progresses. Lowest
rates. Part payment any tlmo, and Inter
est reduced accordingly. MoGurrin &. Co.,
131 Main street. ml&3
ENGRAVERS AND DESIGNERS.
DE EOUZEK ENG. CO. CUTS FOR
all purpose. 27 W. S. Temple. r2S7
DR. A. SCOTT CHAPMAN, DENTIST.
Scott-Strevell bldg. 'Phone 1ES4-Y.
WHERE TO STOP.
LINCOLN HOUSE. C3 E 1ST SOUTn.
200 rooms; rates. 25 and 35 cents. sl316
THE CLAYTON; ROOMS $2.60 TO $5.00
weok. 216 So. State sc. rll40
ROOMS AND BOARD, $1 DAY UP;
K-eekly rates. 270 Weat bo. Temple. rlOlS
ARNOLD-DICKSOjN- BROS. OUR BUS
iness has almost doubled slnco moving to
Main streot (near Second South).
Without asking questions Wo toll your
name and anything, about business,
changes, property, mines. Investments, all
love affairs, sickness, friends, position,
lawsuits, papers, bright or dark future,
wealth or anything else. Free if not cor
rect. 10 to 3 daily; open Sundays; also
readings by letter. What wo tell cornea
true. Telephone 21SI-K. sl325
SUNDAY NIGHT WE HOLD ANOTH
er wonderful materializing meeting, when
every one can see and talk with their
spirit friends. Forms appear unveiled.
Every one welcome. Arnold-Dlckson Bros.,
ICOlt South Main street. si325
MRS. M. A. ABBOTT, MAGNETIC
healer, 118 So. ltrt West, s9S6
CARPENTERS AND JOBBERS.
H. F. WILLIAMS, CABPENTER AND
Pattern and model making a specialty.
All kinds of job work.
Store aud ofllco fixtures.
3 CO E, 2nd South. 'Phone 10S3-Z. H1307
ROY WATROUS, 67 B. 3RD SO. ELE
vctor and Job work. Tel. 167S-Z. oSTJ
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES. ETC.,
removed by X-rays or electric neodle. Lula
Brooks, M. D., Constitution block. sl215
GEORGE HATTON. STOCK BROKER.
No. 43 East 2nd So. Commission chargod,
51 of 1 per cent Certificates scrrt by reg
istered mail to out-of-town patrons. You
nay no fca if you buy from oc eU to me.
SALESMAN OF RARE ABILITY TO
Bell to tho trnde a well-known straight
Monogahcla Rye WhUkoy direct from dlu
tillory. Must handle collections mid thore
foro only parties with gllt-edgo roferencos
and unquesttonablo security can bo con
sidered. Brnnch will bo oponcd If buHlness
warrants It, Chanco of a llfotlmo for
right party, to whom solo agency will bo
given State full particulars. Box C71
Baltimore. Md. S1317
WANTED MEN TO LEARN BAR
ber trade. I havo tho niout comnlcto col
logo In tho country. Everything first
ela-58, I give personal attention to stu
dents ami guaranteo positions. Particu
lar mailed free Denver Barber College.
Donvor. Colo. rt273
SOUND YOUNG HORSE (GELDING)
weight not lees than UOO lbu., Millable for
light city delivery. Must bo acnuulomod
to street cars ana locomotives. Rlegnr &
Llndley, 35 West 2nd So. N1275
FOLDING BED WITH MTRROR
front. Address F 32, Tribune. sUIC
FURNITURE OR ANYTHINO SEC-ond-hand;
nothing too largo or fine. L X.
L. 2nd-hand store. Tel. 4S0-3. 2S S. State.
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
stoves. See Matsen, 219 State. 'Phon
WHY BE BROKE WHEN WE WILL
Joan you money on dlnmonde, watches.
Jewelry, guns, tooln, musical Instruments,
trunks, etc. 'Phone 2176-Y. Large loans,
email IntoresL 20 E. lot So. Unclo Sa:n.
A GOOD SECOND-HAND SAFE. ME
dlum size. Adrtrew F. R. S., Box 107, cltv.
giving dlmcnolono. n5c-S
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE;
new. cheap combination accident and
sickness policies; most popular ever of
fered; death benefit, weekly Indemnity;
absolute protection, novel systom; annual
premiums $1 to $(J; no assessments or dues;
sell to every ono, cither sex; all claims Im
mediately paid; Insurance assets jrrCO.000.
Llbernl commissions; exclusive territory.
International Company, 231 Broadway,
Now York. sl315
WE WANT 30,000 AGENTS FOR
greatest household seller ever Invented;
actually sells In every homo; Immcnso
money-maker for agents. Send 30c for
complete samplo and our largo illustrated
catalogue of agents supplies Southorn
Mercantile Co., Dept. B 129 Houston, Tex.
WANT ED --HE LP.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
3-12 3rd East. 81322
GIRL FOP- GENERAL HOUSEWORK
in family of three: S3 per wcok; must havo
ref. 2211 3rd East, 31314
A DELIVERY BOY AT DRUEHL &
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
Sul S. 5th East 31207
COMPETENT. EXPERIENCED GIRL
for general housework; no washing: good
wages. References required. Call 1207
2nd st. B1156
COMPETENT COOK. 727 EAST BR1G
ham. PERSONS TO MANAGE DISTRICT
offices for commercial house; salary' 321,
paid weekly; all expenses advanced. Co
lonial Co.. Chicago. n9S7
TWO OOOD COATMAKERS, AT
once. Addrees M. II. Loeffler, Grand
Junction, Colo. s?45
WH HAVE POSITIONS OPEN
for salesmen, executive, clerical and tech
nical men, ?10CO to $5000. Ask for booklet
Hapgoods, sulto F, C02 Pioneer Bldg.,
Seattle, Wanh. s2S7
MEN ALL BARBER WORK FREE
at Moler'a Barber college. G2 E. 1st South.
MEN TO LEARN THE BARBER
traflo; 8 wbeks completes; positions guar
anteed; tuition earned while learning;
licensed Instructors; growing demand for
our graduates. Call or wrlto for particu
lars. Molor's Barber college, 62 E. 1st So..
Salt Lake City. , rl737
MRS. C. M. TRIPP. MASSAGE AND
magnetic treatment. 33S S. W. Temple.
DIAMOND AND ALL OTHER KINDS
sold by Cit. Coal Co , 53 W. 2nd So. Tel.
NEW OR 2ND -HAND: CASH. TRADE
or terma. Sorcnscn-Stoutt Co., -12 E. 2nd 3.
II. B. DAVIS. PLUMBING, HEATING,
sower work. Tel. 1S71-Y. 12S E. 2nd So.
PATENTS FREE. CONSUIPATTON
office. M Eaglo blk., 2nd floor. dlOW
ONE YOUNG BR1NDLE BULLDOG ON
Fob. 31th. Return to P. A. Sorsenscn, -IS
E. 2nd So. Suitable reward for return or
Information loidlng to recovery of dog.
A BROWN SPANIEL WITH WHITE
star on breast, about 8 mos. old. Return
to 58 E. 2nd So. and receive roward. sl32-l
SMALL BLACK AND TAN PUP,
whlto stripe down breast; answers to tho
namo of Toots. Reward. Bond's Restau
MONDAY- NIGHT, LADY'S WATCH.
Return to 144 South 8th. East and bo re
NEW OR 2ND-HAND, CASH, TRADE
or terms. Sorreneon-Stoutt Co., iS E. 2d So.
NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS. o!T
car Groshcll, sales agent, No. 221 Main st.
Expert cosh, register ropalrlng. Second
hand registers always In stock. nlSSO
SCHOOL OF COOKERY.
MISS CANNOIST INSTRUCTOR; PAR
tlculars at 24 E. So. Temple. rl279
MISS GERTRUDE DUNLAP. ORGAN
Int and Baritono Vocalist, Now Castle.
Wyo., will be open for engagement Janu
ary 2, 1904. Denomination of church no
objection, and up-to-dato servlco guar
ROOFING REPAIRS REASONABLE.
6. L. Gravel toonnc Co, 413 1st No.
NEW 5-ROOM COTTAGE, MODERN.
P2C E. Gth So. kW
5- ROOM BRICK COTTAGE AND STA
ble. 4&1 E. 12th So, $12. J. Donnan Rcavls.
78 Went 2nd So st. 1320
COTTAGE, 12S 2ND I3AST. 'PHONE
2 LA-RGE STOREROOMS; 11-ROOM
flat; 2 rooms. Call mornings, 201 Const.
WE WANT SOME HOUSES TO RENT.
HUI Invest. Co.. 15C So. W. Tomple. mllO
NEW 9-ROOM HOUSE, FURNACE,
strictly modern. 253 E. 4th So. 91014
CTH SO.. NEAR 3RD E., 6-ROOM
modem brick, $25.
Gth So., near 4th E., 7-room modern
5th E.. near Gth So., G-room modern
7lh So., near Gth E G-room modern
2nd W near Gth So., G-room house, $17.
Gth So., near Gth E 3-room house, $10.
32th So., near 12th E.. 3-room house, $C,
Rcge Realty Co., No. 8 W. 2nd So.. Sulto
16 and 17 Walker Bank building. 'Phono
Rcco Roalty Co., No. K W. 2nd So.
! a 1023
102fi FIRST ST.. 7-ROOM HOUSE, IN
good condition, 530. C. V. Miller & Co..
112 W. 2nd So. sSG3
G-ROOM MODERN BRICK, ELEC.
IgL, bath. G33 AV. 2nd North. , sS27
6- RM. BRICK. NEAV. MODERN,
large cellar, J1S a mo.; closo lo car lino.
Hubbard Inv't Co.. 76 W. 2nd So. s72l
HOUSES, DIFFERENT SIZES AND
different localities; also unimproved resi
dence, business or trackage property for
Grtlo; easy terms. Apply at -115 S. AV. Tom
pic Gt. from 12 to 2 or after 5 p.m. &I20
FOR SALE HOUSES. DIFFERENT
alzen and different localities; also unim
proved rcoldcnco. business or trackago
property; easy terms. Apply at 415 S. W.
Tomplo cL fron 12 to 3 or after 5 p. m.
2 ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEP
Ing. $10 per mo. 35 So. 4th Eaflt. s259
4 LARGE ROOMS. SUITABLE FOR
office or living rooms. Apply Butler's
grocery. 210 Stato st. fS9
GOOD STORE. AVTTH OR WITHOUT
basement. East 2nd South t. Frltsch.
No. 33 East 2nd So. r2I23
S-ROOM BRICK. CLOSE IN. C. E.
Taylor. 222 South We3t Templo st r2260
HOUSE, G ROOMS. BATH. 5TII SOUTH.
4 block from Main. Inqulro ,331 D. V.
AValker block. rlEl
A COMPARATIVELY NEW EIGIIT
rcom modern briok houao, furnished, fur
nace. Call at 75 Second st. Owner leav
SEVERAL DESIRABLE HOUSES. J.
Donnan Roavis, 78 W. 2nd So. 'Phono ITS.
20 HOUSES, ALL KINDS. PRICES !
and locations. Tuttlo Broa., 119 Main ei.
FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE CLOSE IN.
Positively no boys. Enn.. 134 W. Gth So.
7-ROOM COTTAGE. ENTIRELY MOD
ern, at C34 So. Main. r247
LARGE STOREROOM ON MAIN ST..
bet. 2nd and Srd So. Houston Roal Es
tate Inv. Co.. 251 Main. pl033
8 UNFURNISHED SUITES IN JEN
nlnga block for bachelor apartments. In
quire 15 W. 2nd South, room 23. pllOO
7 AND S-ROOM MODERN HOUSE;
Ktej.m and hot water hoat; close In. Jcnaes
K. 8haw, under Walker Bros.' banlc. n!5S3
7-ROOM HOUSE IN PARK TER
:ace. Inqulro U. U. Hlskoy, 201 McCor
nlck bile pi7
134 SO. W. TEMPLE. 'PHONE 2153-1C
UTAH CARPET AND WALL PAPER
Cleaning- Co. Carpets cleaned on tho floor,
feathors renovated. 'Phone 17S7-K. sll42
BOARD AND ROOMS.
PLEASANT ROOMS AVTTH BOARD,
for gontlcrnen; private familv; $4.M per
wook. GO East 1st North. si2H
ROOMS AND BOARD. OR TABLE
board; homo cooking. 132 So. 1st AVcst
ROOM AND BOARD AVTTH PRrVATE
family. 2S5 AV. 5lh South.
RATES. 270 AV. SO. TEMPLe!
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOM AND
board for two. In ono of the finest prlvato
homes; close in. 101 N. W. Tomplo st,
2 PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH BOARD
In modern homo. 137 N. AV. Temple. rl247
NEW OR 2ND-HAND; EASY TERMS;
In perfoct condition; como and see our
bargains. Utah Auto Co., 370 Main. Tel.
JOHN J. WALLACE Sz CO.. D. F.
Walker bldg.. Salt Lake. Collect debts,
any part of U. S. or Canada. Businoss
recelvs prompt attention. References,
AValker Bros. bunk. AVrito for terms,
SUPERFLUOUS HATR, MOLES. DOU
blo chins and all facial blomlshes removed.
Eczema, pimples, oily skins, blackheads
and largo pores cured. Mrs. Dwlnell Mc
Kay. Tho Cullen. sulto 76. 32454
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON-
structlon; largo stock of latest chande
llcrs. Intcr-ML Elcc. Co.. 45 E. 1st So.
HAY, GRAIN AND COAL.
ZBILER BROS. COMMISSION CO,,
removed from Stato st. to 53 E. 3rd So.
FURNACES CLEANED BY EXPERT.
Houaoclcaning Co., 131 Main. Tel. 1070-K.
UTAH JUNK CO., HIGHEST PRICE
paid for Iron, brass, rags, bottles, rubber,
copper, etc 3 E. 8th So. 'Phone 229. bS12
UTAH SCREEN AND JOB SHOP,
general contractors of all kinds of new
or repair work, stairs, store fronts, fix
tures and buildings. R. S Brock & Eon.
Props., 41 South. AVcst Temple, p3313 1
j CLASSIFIED ADS m W.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED, i J'f
fur. Large yard, barn, t22.50. E ctf
2 NICELY FURNISHED ROOAfq" ' . '
housekeeping $10. 4E3 So. West TcJ li
THREE NICELY FURJT
Main r00mH' h0UBckcclrinS-. ISO No? (
" '. ' sjj
PLEASANT FRONT ROOAI- i
cm; suitable for youns mr with ;
270 E. 1st South. ' vrlth
ELEGANT ROOMS. STEAM ITpT I I
FINE MODERN ROOMS. 131 S. 2N
2 ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSRTTp' I
lng. 42 Pitt st, 3rd So., 7th AYm ,
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. S31 CA1 '
non st., near 2nd S. and 7th West. f "
4 NJCELY FUR, ROOMS. BATH EL f
Te"m3p10estnS; " tf,
2 HOUSEKEEPING RMS.; MODER1 '"'u
also other rooms aud board. 167 AY istl!
. al tft
MODERN HOUSES. 1G or 30 ROOM tt
furniture for sale. Tuttlo Bros. jj JJ
S-ROOM MODERN BRICK. HOT-AVJ iti
tcr heat, nlco y furnished; eaBt aids. Ji t"i(
K. Rhaw. under Walker's bank. rfj
NEATLY FURNISHED pHaS ?!!
room, nt 334 E. 2nd South. t
5-ROOM COTTAGE. BETWEEN 9T
and 10th East, 2nd South. TeL l 1ST1
. . r3j .fclec
ONE LARGE FURNISHED ROOli b
with or without housckeoplnz. lil i ,1
let South. rtt
NICELY 1TTTRN- mnriFHM nnM.i
steam heat, clone In. SU So. 2nd E J
CHEAP, FURNISHED ROOMS, AVIT' c'
or without housekeeping. 2i2 AV. lit 9
OFFICE AND FURNISHED ROOIj L
medcrn. 32 South Main Bt. AIxJ
2 ROOMS FOR H OU 5 o"K EEPINC .
hot. cold water, bath. CC3 3rd Eajt. pM
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGR
houuekecplng; also rooms with or wltl js U
out board. 631 East First So. pi
ROOMS WITH OR WITHOUT BOAR i ii
modern; furnaco hoat. 225 W. Gth So,
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
HARDMVN UPRIGHT PIANO, UfXXI! 2fL
Clayton Music company, 109 Main. sl3
A BARGAIN FURNITURE OR SIxSTlh
room houso; must be sold at once. 177
ROOMING-HOUSE, SNAP. OF fj
rooms. 51300 cash down and bal. month! lies
payments buys 57000 place for $000;'? g4;
years' lease; furnlturo and carixits cxtj im.
nice; Ikj suro and nee this. ,
Miller & .Miller, room S St. Jamoa hot
TWO 50-FOOT LOTS IN OGDEN; AVlll ti
trnd for piano. 310 Eccles bldg, Ogdei fepjf
ONE SINGLE AND ONE TAV0-H0R9
express or delivery wagons In good coi
dltlon for sale cheap. Also single an twn
doublo haniess. Terms to suit, Inquli it(&
I. X. L Furniture and Carpet InstaDmei j
IIouso. 48 E. 2nd So. st. sl3J JS,
TODAY ONLY, 100) CON. MBRCU1VM"
eta.; 2i)00 Ontado Con., 3 cts. ; i) Sunrls l
3.Vo ots.; 4C00 Sliver Star. lit. cts., Smmlm
Sunshine, !i cts.; G0y Rocco-HomestaTffmiYn
J7J' ntu 1Tlt,. At T."! Sn XKaWT . ?
orders 'fllletl. ' ' " " sia
SODA AVATER FOUNTAIN. COS!
$U00; also fine counter with marble toj, a.K
will sell very cheap; closing out buslnea
Address D. B. Jones. Murray, Utali, slS
1ST-CLASS 8-ROOM ROOMING HOUS!
full permanent roomers; bargain; close! M&
on North Mabi. Add. F 33, Tribune. sl
A GOOD BUSINESS FOR SALE; BE8 k.,
paying business in aBtoni Oregon, foj .
sale on account of falling health: for pair
ticulars Inquire Granstrom'H Cafo an Iht
Oyster House. Baker CItj'. Or. aia
SEND THIRTY CENTS FOR FIFT t
business or visiting cards and one doze ik
patent pens. Ono dip of Ink wrlten a wool
letter Agonts wanted. Floyd's Mall Oi 41
tier Co.. Salt Lake City. sllj W
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD. IOW. ' "
stables, 129 Ar. So Temple. ollfj
FURNITURE OF ROOMS. CHEAP
rent reasonable 131 East 2nd South. aJI -
SHARES 3 CENTS; GOLD MINE! fri
and mill; big profits; mineral; prospectui
pictures sent froe. Sunset Gold com J
pany, 0G Mack. Denver, Colo. V4
SNAPS IN FARM PROPERTY AR1 (J
advertised right along In The Inter-Mou r
tain Farmer. Advertisers make aalea, toa 31
FURNITURE OF 7-ROOM BOAPJ
log-house; houso for rent. G 18.
LjVRGE NEARLY NEW NATIONAI H
register. Address R 43, Trlbunft. j
PIANO. UPRIGHT MAH'Nf CAS1 fcjr
Ne-T cheap. Must sell. 717 S, Main, el; J,
'stock OF gener-vl wbrcha
disc, store building, felling bouse W
outside cellar, warehouses and - mp
lot in best part BroW'S toiim orjw (,
neonle; only ono other store; i sa?J
within 1G miles; largo territory: coal mto t
within 30 mllQS, 10-ft. vein; bwt to JHq
country In Idaho: hca- live stc-ck com
owner hixs other business requlrln git
all his tlmo; cleared 54000 laet year: cap
til required' $5000 to JS0O0. Address T M
Tribune. Z- J?
3903 WINTON TOURING C Alt. COS! ,
rcail two $-10 headlamps, t worth tn
tires all flrst-clasB order. JlfcO. Coloraw
Automobile Co.. 1610 Court Place. Denver,
SUITS TO ORDER. $35 UP. FIT GU.iR
ontoed. Sorcivaon & Ixurson, 145
THE IDEAL PAPER CLEANING
amrles M. Gott, Manar. Leuvo ou
dera at tho Bmith. Drus Co. phon8!ijaB5ii