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f 10 She Salt Lajb" TeSuStkT Saturday Morning-, Feerumy 20, 1904. 1
I'! 1 SNOW STORM,
i . AmotlMr chaugo in tho weather i hor
, , ' aided toy Local Forecaster Hyatt, and In a
it y (bullotln issued Inst
1 I S$ ovcnlng it- 13 nn"
I IS nounced that them
fif. , will be a. drop m tno
VjS JSk ' rtempcraturo an-d
enow will fall. It l
dySSSRMy fll0t llkcl" "owover,
SBBlSg that a blizzard llko
iraST' iiat of ,ruv3day
1 " evening will prevail.
(Ll yft Yestorday tho high
.T a - J$F record for tcmpom
i Zr- t"ro was 40 degrees:
i- tPTSt I '0W) i9, Tho record
3UDD DROP at othor points was;
rwver Clear... 15
Grandr Junction ?
Dlclcna Part C ':
Modena ,J??-'''jj -4
Wlnnemucca Cloud.. ..44
I j CITY AND REIGHBORHOOD
Bowman Johnson of tho oio jmar
totto. is said to bo qulto ill in California.
Tho reconstruction of tho first floor of
tho Constitution building; an described In
' jho Trlbuno thrco weeks ago, has begun.
1 Tho contract for G. S. Bell's S3500 Tost-
ttenco on C strcot botweon First and Sco
- I ond streets, has been awarded to T. Is.
J W. Houeton of tho Houston Real Es-
' tato Investment company has gone to
Los Angoles and San Francisco on a two
'' -weeks' business trio,
J Plans aro being complotod by Architect
Tiallas for a doublo house, to bo erected
) w V r. stnlnrs at F and Third strcots.
I., , !Tha cost will be 57
A John Menzes loft yesterday for Knox-
w'l -vllle. Tenn., whero ho has accepted a ro-
t sponsible railroad position. Mrs. Mcn7.cs
1 and children will join him in about a
The drug storo at Oasis, TJtah. bolonglng
to H. L. Jackson was destroyed yestorday
."by firo originating from an overheated
I tove. Tho loss is about S1000. partially,
covered by Insurance.
An interesting paper on tho detection of
banking frauds wan read Thursday night
I "by Stato Bank Examlnor Beobo before,
'tho Salt Lake chapter of tho American
Instituto of Bank Clerks.
1 Tho Degree Teams association of tho
"Woodmen of tho World order gavo a jrrand
ball at Christcnsen'a hall last night. There
was a largo gathering- present and a most
' 'delightful evening was spont.
Grand Chancellor Standlsh and othor
Brand offlcors of tho Knlphts of Pythias
will go to Castlo Gato today to dedicate
n. new hall which has just been complotod
by tho order at that place. A banquet will
bo Bcrved at tho coiiclualon of tho oocor
J. J. Meyers and C. S. Buckwaltcr havo
I Iwon. appointed a commlttoo from tho
I Young Men's Republican club to draft
I resolutions of respect and sympathy on
I tho death of Thomas HJ1U Tho club has
I decided to attend tho funeral tomorrow
I In a body.
I Bradstreet's gives the following view on
i the local buslnens situation for this week:
"niolesaJorH' reports show steady in-
rreaso In order and seaaonable activity.
I jtotall business has Improved. Money Is
Ij nrm and. collections hotter
I 1 By request of Rev, Benjamin Young-.
I 1 ihe new paster of the First Methodist
I , church. Rev. J. C. Blckel will romaln over
I 1 until Monday and will preach at the First
I Methodist ahurch on Sunday mornlncr.
I ' Rov. Mr. Bailey of Liberty Park M. B.
I church will preach in tho cvcnlnir.
I I Appropriate Washington's birthday ex-
I J orclscs were given yesterday in the bov-
I 1 jral rooms of tho Lowell school The pro-
1 Krammcs included recitations, songs and
I othor exercises of a patriotic character
I ' and commemorative- of tho Father of Ills
I Tho trolley cars were tleU up for a few
I minutes yesterday morning aa tho result
I of Homo tree-cutting on tho Stato road
I near Sixteenth South. A big trco fell
I against the hlgh-ten.son -wlro and ground-
I -a tho current. It took but a short time.
I o gut tho treo down and the curs moved
I A. T. Sutherland, who -was formerly In
I business In Salt Lake, but who has biien
1 in tho mercantile business at Fulton, Mo.,
I lor rorao tlmo past, has sold out In Min-
l sourl and returned to ths city. Ho Ih
Ij looldng for a suitable location and may
Ij open a store hero. Mr. Sutherland is a
1 brother-in-law of B. W "WJIfton. tho wcll-
H .known insuranco man and banker.
1 Sales mado yesterday by R. K. Hardy of
fChe Homo Trust and Savings companya
h-eal estate department were as follows:
To Anna Medill, a residence on Fifth
I South strcot, betwoeu Sixth and Sevonth
'West, 51000. to William Snelgrove, a resl-
deuce on Third South, between Seventh
sand Eighth West. 1500; to Mary M. Bry-
ant, late of California, a small farm
I clglit miles Bouthwest of the city, $000.
I J. W. Polorson, alias McLloytl, was ar-
I ralrncd beforo Judjrc DIohl vesterdav iif-
Iternoon on live counts of housebreaking.
Ho tqok tho statutory tlrno in which to
;pleal. John Harrlcun, the man who is
alleged to liavo atternivtcd to cut his wlfo's
throat a few days ago, entered a plea of
not guilty to tho chargo of assault with
n. deadly -weapon and his hearing went
over -without date. Both prisoners wero
taken to tho county Jail.
Construction Quartermaster Ham at
Fort rougIas yesterday received the of
ficial plana for tho quarters to bo erected
by tho Government for bachelor officers
and for a largo wagon sited. The officers'
quarter.': -will cot 10,000 and will, bo or
pressed brick, two stories in height. Then
will bo long verandas on each lioor. The
ground space of tho building is 12S bv SS
and tho site selected is just south of the
quarters occupied by the commanding of
ilccn. . ..
Tho festive chicken thief Is at large in
tho western part of tho city and the resi
dents in that section novo ran mod their
old muszlc-loador3 in anticipation, of a
midnight visit. Tho chlckon-coop of Wil
liam Husband, living on the corner of
Eighth South and Johnson avenue, was
entered Wednesday night and forty fine
fowls were stolon. A padlock on the door
in rio way deterred tho thieves, -who
pulled the staple and mado good tholr
lob -without so much a a cackle from tho
hennery, Tho theft was not discovered
until tho following morning. Tho people
of that vicinity bellovc that a patrolman
should bo detailed to guard their property
The one place for comfort and ele
E&nce. Fireproof; telephones in every
I room; modern in every way.
D. J. Sharp Coal Co.
Office, 73 South Main street. Tel
phones 713 and 430.
H Yard No, 1, 1st South beL 3rd and
4th West. Telephone 719-3 rings.
Yard No. 2, 12th South and 11th East.
H Telephone COS.
1 Yard No. Z, State bet 13th and 14th
Hl South. Telephone 105.
Hl $30,000 stock of Diamonds, Watches,
H Jewelry, Silverware. Cut Glass, Clocks,
H .etc., at auction. 2:20 and 7:30 this day.
Utah Commission to Cenfer
WILL .EXPLAIN BIG PROJECT
Mass Meetings f Wat&r Users
to Be Hold.
Commission Hecommonds Location of
Pleld Headquarters in Salt
The Arid Land Reclamation Fund Com
mission of Utah yestorday held two ses
sions In tho offlco of State Engineer Do
remus, dl3cucslng in detail its plan of
campaign as tho "go-between" in tho re
lations of tho wator-uscrs of Utah with
the Government In connection with tho Ir
rigation projects which havo been inau
gurated through the commission's efforts.
COMMISSION GETS BUSY.
It was the unanimous opinion of tho
commission that no timo should now be
Io9t In calling meetings of wator-uscrs
and prospective water-users for tho pur
poso of acquainting them with the de
tails of tho Government's plans and giv
ing them the opportunity to appoint com-
mlftn,i ti-ait tr-ltVi (hn finvftrnmftnt's
representatives, that there may bo no de
lay on account of lack of Information con
cerning the real de3lres of the pooplo and
their disposition to enter into tho required
contracts with tho Government.
CAMPAIGN OF EDUCATION.
The plan of campaign determined upon
by tho commission is indicated by a reso
lution Introduced by Representative Wil
liam E. Whlto of Piute, which was passed
unanimously, as follows:
"Resolved, That tho chairman of the
coai mission adopt such plans and mea
suroH as ho may deem wlso to call mass
meetings at different points within the
area embraced in tho amplified Utnh lake
projcot, for tho purpose of securing tho
co-operation of nil tho people In support
of said project, and that this commission,
or so many of tho members thereof as
possible, attend said racotlngs to consult
and advlso with tho people."
WANT HEADQUARTERS HERE.
The commission also approved very en
thusiastically the action of Its chairman,
Prof. DoremuH, while ho was in Wah
lngton, In Inviting the location in this
city of the Western headquarters of the
reclamation service. Prof. Dorcmus
learned while in the capital of the inten
tion of tho Government to establish a
headquarters for Held work at somo point
In the arid region and he promptly placed
the following communication on fllo
PROF. DOREMUS'S INVITATION.
"WASHINGTON. Dec. -i.-Prof. F. IL
Newell, Chief Engineer of tho Reclama
tion Service. Dear Sir: Being informed
of your Intention to establish headquar
ters In the AVest, from which to direct the
extensive Hold work which operations
under tho reclamation law make neces
sary, liberty Is taken to direct attention
to tho location of Salt Lake City as being
central of the entire arid region, and, con
sequently, of your field of operations. It
affords all that can be desired in tho way
of cheap living, comfortable houses and
suitable offices for your men, in the heart
of our own great reclamation project, and
from It similar projects in tho several sur
rounding States can be easily and quickly
reached. It can supply Hultnblo men for
all branches of tho service; its cllaaatc
I3 genial, and its selection for the pro
posed purposo Avould moot with the ap
proval of all tho people of the State. Wo
accordingly extend to you a most hearty
invitation to mako Salt Lake City tho
permanent headquarters for your field
forces, and promise you a cordial and con
tinued welcome. Very respectfully,
"ARID LAND RECLAMATION FUND
"COMMISSION OF UTAH.
"By A. F. Doremus, Chairman."
SALT LAKE THE CENTER.
Thc-ro 1b no question that this city is
the most central and therefore tho most
convenient location for the headquarters
of the Hold work of the reclamation ser
vice, but It is understood that Denver has
mado a strong bid for Its location, and
Denver Is always a strong competitor In
RICHARDS HELPS CAUSE.
Attorney F. S, Richards, who rendered
Invaluablo assistance to Prof. Dorcmus In
getting tho greater Utah Irrigation scheme
beforo the department in Washington,
mftt with tho commission yesterday and
aided it with his counsel and advice.
Prof. Gewge L. Swendsen. englneor in
chargo of tho local reclamation service,
also conferred with tho members of the
commission at their afternoon session.
MEETING AT LOGAN,
In pursuance of the commission's cam
paign of education. Prof. Doremus went
to Logan last night, where he will this
morning explain the Government's recla
mation plans to a public meeting of the
water-users of that vicinity.
SERIOUS CHARGE MADE
AGAINST JOHN B. NOEJUS
The trotibles of John R. Norrls, vrho
went Into bankruptcy a fow days ago
as the proprietor of Ford's hotel, were
increased yesterday by Mrs, Minnie
Watekle, -who i?worc out a complaint
charging him with the embezzlement
of ?ll of her money. Mrs. Watsklc
was a guest at the hotel and claims
that she doposlted the money with the
proprietor for safe keeping. When the
house was closed she demanded the re
turn of the cash but was unable to
Mr. Norrls's side of the story Is that
lie deposited her money with his own
bank accdunt and drew a part of it out.
When she asked for its return he was
unable to pay her, but tendered her a
note, indorsed by responsible personal,
for the full amount. She accepted the
note and refused to return It to him
when he offered to get it cashed for her.
The defendant entered a plea of not
guilty before Judge Dlchl yesterday
morning and was released on his own
S elegant Presents given nway free
at the Big Auction Sale of Diamonds,
Watches, Jewelry. Silverware and Cut
Glass at W. W. Hall's Jewelry Store.
227 Main st. Sales today at 2;30 and
7:30 p. m.
Alfred Sirvestt-r, Salt Lako 23
Agnes Sorcnsen, Salt Lake 21
SI H. Hlgglnbotham. Salt Lako 23
Leah Lent, Payson 20
George F. Baldwin, Fort Douglas 39
Annie Malin, Salt Lake 32
Wilford Ryncaraon, Woodland 24
Suslo Mecko, Clrclovlllo 20
Special sale today of pianos; S of our
M00 instruments at 17n. Cash or time.
CLAYTON MUSIC CO.. 10P Main st.
If delivery of tho Trlbuno ia irregular
ploaao Jtnake complaint to office.133 South
iWeut jr.cjnpip ., or olcphono 250,.
j SIDEWALK PETITION
STARTS A MERRY R3W
1 North Bench Property Owners Are
Opposed to K. B. Anderson's
Methods of Improvement.
A vigorous protest is going up from
many property owners on tho north
bench over a sidewalk petition that has
just been filed with City Recorder
Critchlow, and which is expected to
come before the City Council for con
firmation at the regular meeting Mon
day, Februarj' 29th. Tho petition Is In
tended to create a eldowalk" district of
the territory running from Brigham
north to Ninth street and irregularly
east from A street.
The petition was circulated by R. R.
Anderson, and It Is understood that 30
per cent of the property owners affect
ed attached their signatures. But It 13
also said that a large majority of tho
signers live in the immediate neighbor
hood of the Eagle Gate, while the tax
will be levied also on property far up
on the bench, where there Is hardly a
house to a block.
The mo3t vigorous kick, however, is
made because of the part that R. R.
Anderson is playing in the matter. The
district is mapped out by him, it is
claimed, and is sb arranged that, al
though there are sidewalks across the
street from practically all his property,
it touches only one spot, and that for a
short distance. The people In tho Im
mediate neighborhood fcol that Mr, An
derson has planned to get the sidewalks
for his part of the city at the expense
of the other people and greatly enhance
the value of his own land by placing
extra taxcfi on tho property of his
A vigorous protest will go Into the
Council from a number of the property
owners hlch un on the bench who
cannot see the need of sidewalks in that
part of the city, and who cannot seo
the equity of Mr. Anderson's method of
securing sidewalks anywhere.
9SDEN EXCURSION j
Fare $1.00 for the round trip via the
Rio Grande. Leave Salt Lake 10:50 a.
m. Everybody Invited,
Record your bad debts with us. We
may collect it; if we don't It's on record
and It stays. Merchants' Protective
association. Scientific collectors of bad
debts. Top floor Commercial Block.
Francis G. Luke, General Manager.
"Some people don't like us."
When Ross Moore, tho seventeen-year-old
boy charged with vagrancy, withdrew
his plea of not guilty and pleaded guilty,
Judgo DIohl promoted him to tho District
court, whore ho will bo permitted to show
his qualifications for remaining out of
tho Reform school.
When John S. Hardman heard the chargo
That his pot dog had run at large
A bruto both dang'rous, fierce and vicious,
Who thought young children quite nutri
tious Ho said he was prepared to show
Tho allegation was not so.
Tho prosecutor said that there
Remained an hour or two to spare,
But If more tlmo was needed, then
Tho cse Bhould bo reset again.
His Honor said: "Tomorrow, sir,
We'll try tho case against the cur:
For all the learned law-books say
That every dog must havo hla day."
Before Officer Mooro went on the witness-stand
ho felt very confident that ho
had seen Ed Broughlon, of tho Zang sa
loon, sell two bottles of boor and one
bottle of whisky on Sunday afternoon.
After the cross-examination by Attorney
Ingebretsen he realized how utterly unre
liable the human senses may be at times.
He knew that he had heard a man call
for whisky, and seen him rccclvo a whisky
bottle full of stuff that looked like whisky;
but he could not sear that It was not
paxegorle or radium. The alleged beer
was In beer bottles, smellcd llko beer and
looked like beer, but the witness was half
convinced that It might havo been con
densed milk by the tlmo tho cross-examination
Deloctlve Chase did not fare much bet
ter. He hud boon led to bellcvo that there
was a lookout at the back door of tho
saloon, because there was a man thero
who looked out and locked tho rloor when
he saw the officers coming; but ho could
not swear that the man was not an as
tronomer or a rubberneck.
When the city rested its caso Mr. Inge
brotseu moved for a non-suit on tho
ground that Iho complaint was insuffi
cient to constitute an offens". in that it
charged Broughton with selling liquor to
John Doc and numerous other persons in
stead of "to John Doe. whose other and
truo name Is unknown."
Blue Point Perfectos, Two for 25c.
Are sold by all dealers. Manufactured
by Whitaker & Dallas, CI West 2nd
South Telephone 2062x.
SHANNON QUITS RACE
FOR, CITY SEXTON
Mr. Shannon says thero was no ill
feeling connected In any way with his
withdrawal; that It way merely a matter
of principle with him In withdrawing
from the race for City Sexton.
"The Mormon people." said Mr. Shan
non last night, "were desirous of having
a Mormon at the cemetery, and realiz
ing that there would be unpleasantness
In the event of my confirmation I de
cided to withdraw. In asking me to re
sign they offered to give me something
better if I would not Insist on being at
the head of the cemetery department,
but, to tell you the truth, I did not
withdraw with any idea of getting an
other position. I do not hold one parti
cle of Ul-fccling against any Mormon; in
fact, some of my best friends are of that
faith. My withdrawal was In good' faith
and for the purpose of letting the
Mayor put a man in the ofllde who
would l;e acceptable to everyone. He Is
at perfect llbertj'. as far I am con
cerned, to put a Mormon In there now."
Whon the Century Owl has laid its
eggn and their young ahall have died
of old age, it will still bo on our records,
If ho don't pay. Merchants' Protective
association, scientific collectors of bad
debts. Top floor Commercial block.
Francis G. Luke, General Manager.
"Some people don't like us."
0GDEN ANB RETURN $1.00
Teb. 22nd, Via Bdo Grande.
Train leaves Salt Lake 10:50 a. m.
1 Return ftboutStlBjpmt from pgdon
BULL At yx Qulnco street, UiIh city,
February 19, 130-1, of pneumonia, Matilda
K. Bull, wife of Hyrum J. Bull and
daughter of George IL and Mary Ana
Brockway; born July 21, 1575, In London,
Funeral services will be hold Sunday at
12 noon, from tho Nineteenth ward meel-lng-house.
Friends aro Invited to attend,
and can view the remains on day of fu
nernl from 10 to 11:30 a. m., at tho fam
GARNICK In ' this city, February IS,
1904, George Garnlck, In his Kmd your.
Funeral will be hold Sunday afternoon
at 1:20 o'clock, from tho family residence,
1017 East Third South strcot. Interment
InMt. Olivet. Friends invited.
FOLSOM In this city, February IS, 1901.
Gcorgo R., son of Hiram D. and Bar
bara Romncy Folflom, aged 1 years.
Funeral services will bo held from the
residence of the parents. 22 South First
Wem, at 2:30 Sunday afternoon.
MBYER At 31C East Second South street.
In this city, from old age, Mrs. Rosa G.
Meyer, widow of the late Gustav Meyer,
aged 71 ycors
Funeral sen-Ices will be hold at 10
o'clock Sunday morning, from tho resi
dence, 315 East Second South. Friends aro
invited. No llowcra.
ALLEN Tho funeral of the late Sam
uel E. Allen will bo held at 1 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon from tho First
ward meeting-house and not from tho
Eighteenth ward, as orroueously an
nounced. BRUBACIv Tho funeral of tho late Col.
Thcodoro Bruback will bo held at 3
o'clock tomorrow afternoon from tho
family residence at 147 East South Tem
plo street. It will bo private Tho re
mains will be Interred temporarily In
tho Masonic vault at Mt. Ollvot cemetery.
EBER W. HALL, UNDERTAKER
and Embalmer, op. P. O., 110 W. 2nd So.
FLORISTS AND SEEDSMEN.
SALT LAKE-HUDDART FLORIST
Co Larrest greenhouso In tho west. gl73
FLORAL DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Richard E. Evans, 36 Main st. Tel. GSL
B C. MORRIS FLORAL CO.. FU
ncral designs, $1 up. McCornlck bldg.
SCHWARZ & HEINCKE. FLORISTS,
eeedmen. W E. 2nd So. Tel. C03. r901
ALFALFA, CLOVER, GRASS. GAR
dcn. flower seeds, fertilizers; catalogue
free. Vogolcr Seed Co. siS
MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES.
R. M'KENZIE. MONUMENTS. TOMB-'
Etones, 139 W. 1st So. Wrlto for prlcen.
j MONEY TO LOAN. .
DON'T BORROW TROUBLE; BOR
row money. Salaried men or women ac
commodated on their note, without mort
gage or endorser. Easy payments. Con
fidential. Cherry, 407 D. F. Walker bldg.
Any amount to loan on furniture, pianos,
wnrehouse receipts, personals or any good
security. Sec us of you want money. Our
rates lowest In city. Easy terms; plenty
of time. 129 Keith-O'Brien bldg. r21S3
WE HAVE A LARGE SURPLUS OF
money on terms unusualy favorable to
borrowers. Interest and expenses lower
than nny place in Salt Lake. The Home
Trust & Savings Company. 6, S, 10 Wst
First South street rl925
ON CHATTELS OR REAL ESTATE
any amount; any time. O. F. PctersoD,
K! W. rnd So.
510 to ras.ooo ON CHATTELS or real
estate, private. Equitable Loan and
Invest. Co.. (3Vj W, 2nd So. p742
ON ANY PROPERTY: YOU RETAIN
possession. Tho Stringer Co., 70 W. 2nd S,
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS. EL
mr E. Darling & Co.. C W. 2nd So.
J1000 TO 550,000. ONE TO FIVE YEARS;
farm or city property. James K. Shaw,
under Waiker Bros. bank. pSJ
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS.
Miller & YIele. COS McCornlck bldg
ON FURNITURE. PIANOS OR GOOD
necurlty. without removal; private. E. F.
Stolzenbargor. 15 W. 2nd So., room 23.
CITY AND FARM PROPERTY, C AND
7 per cent. J. L. Perkcs. 156 S. W Temple.
R. L. TRACY. 11 E. 1ST SO.. LENDS
money, no commission, expense or delay.
WE LEND MONEY TO BUILD
houses. It is not necessary to havo the
house built first. Wo will advance the
money ns the house progresses. Lowest
rates. Part payment any tlmo. and Inter
est reduced accordingly. McGurrln & Co..
331 Main etrcct. mlSSS
ENGRAVERS AND DESIGNERS.
DE BOUZEIC ENG. CO. COTS FOR
all purposes. 27 W. S. Temple. r237
ARNOLD-DICKSQN BROS. OUR Bus
iness has almost doubled since moving to
l'i9Vl- Main street (near Second South).
Without asking questions wo tell your
name and anything about business,
changes, property, mines. Investments, all
love affairs, sickness, friends, position,
lawsuits, papcra. bright or dark future,
wealth or anything else. Free If not cor
rect. 10 to 9 dally; open Sundays; ulso
readings by letter. What wo tell comes
true. Telephone 21SI-k. sl373
SUNDAY NIGHT WE HOLD ANOTII
er wonderful materializing meeting, when
overy one can see and talk with their
spirit friends. Forms appear unvoilcd.
Every one welcome. Arnold-Dlckson Bros..
159& South Main st. sl373
MRS. M. A. ABBOTT, MAGNETIC
healer. 118 So. 1st West. s9SG
CARPENTERS AND JOBBERS.
II. F. WILLIAMS, CARPENTER AND
Pattern and model making a specialty.
All kinds of Job work.
Storo and offico fixtures
1C0 E. 2nd South. 'Phono 1033-Z. nl307
ROY WATROUS. 67 E. 3RD SO. ELE
vator and Job work. Tel. 167G-Z. oJ79
PENSIONS: SOLDIERS, AND WID
OWS of Civil and Spanish wars. Wm.
Crome, Latimer blk. sl375
THURSTON & WOLLARD, ATTOR
neys and counBolors-at-law. Ill Fifth ave
nue. New York. Will act as New York
reprosentatlvo for reputablo concerns.
Corporations our specialty. Highest ref
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES. ETC.,
removed by X-rays or electric needle. Lula.
Brooks. M. P.. .Constitution block. sl215
SUNBURST AND ACCORDION
ploatlng. Lira. Jeniinsf.47 B.-lnt Bo, znlia
SALESMAN OF RARI3 ABILITY TO
sell to the trade a well-known straight
Monogahela Ryo Whlnkoy direct from dis
tillery. Must handlo collections and there
fore only parties with gilt-edge rcforoncoH
and unquestionable security can bo con
sidered. Branch will bo opened If business
warrants it. Chanco of a lifetime for
right party, to whom solo agency will bo
given. Stato full particulars. Box 571
Baltimore, Md. al317
WANTED MEN TO LEARN BAR
bcr trade. I havo tho most complcto col
lege In the country. Everything first
class. I glvo personal attention to stu
dents and guarantee poaltlons. Particu
lars mailed free. Dcnvor 'Barber College.
Denver, Colo. Pli73
FURNITURE OR ANYTHINO SEC-ond-hand.
nothing too large or fine. I. X.
L, 2nd-hand store. Tel. -IS0-3. 23S S. Stato.
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
stoves. Seo Matsen, 219 State. 'Phone
WHY BE BROKE WHEN WE WILL
loan you monoy on diamonds, watches.
Jewelry, euns. tools, musical Instruments,
trunks. rtc. 'Phono 217'j-Y. Large loons,
email Interest. 30 E. 1st So. Undo Sam.
A GOOD SECOND-HAND SAFE. ME
dlum size. Addrcn3 F. R. S,, Box 107. city,
giving dimensions sT-58
AGENTS ON SALARY OR COMMIS
slon; tho greatest agents' seller ever pro
duced; every user of pon and Ink buys
It on sight. 200 to 500 per cent profit; one
agent's sales amounted to 5K20 In six days:
another $32 in two hours. Monroe Mfg Co.,
X 62, La Crosse. Wis. sl370
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE;
new. cheap combination accident and
sickness pollclco; most popular ever of
fered; death benefit, weekly Indemnity;
absoluto protection, novol system; annual
premiums Jl to JG; no assessments or dues;
sell to overy ono, cither sex; all claims Im
mediately paid; Insurance nsr.cts $500,00).
Liberal commissions; exclusive torrltory.
International Comnanv. 231 Broadwav.
Now York. sl31B
WE WANT 10,(00 AGENTS FOR
greatest household seller ever lnvonted;
actually sells In every home; Immense
money-maker for agents. Send 10c for
completo sample and our largo Illustrated
catalogue of agents' supplies. Southern
Mercantile Co., Dept. B 123 Houston, Tex.
GIRL FOR COOKING AND HOUSE
work. 931 E. Brigham.
2 WAITRESSES. IDAHO.
1 woman cook, Idaho.
2 family cooks, city. 530.00 mo.
S houseglrls, city, $!. to $5.00.
3 girls to assist.
Strock's, Emp. Agency, 55 W. 2nd So. st.
YOUNG MAN. lfi OR 17 YRS. OLD, TO
learn the drug business; down-town store;
good opportunity for young man. Ad
dress F 31, Tribune. sl337
10 LADY WAITRESSES WANTED AT
once. Applv S. S. Ball bakery, 735 West
No. Temple. sl37G
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Hotel, restaurant and household help.
Headquarters for laborers.
K W. 2nd So. Tel. -I0-1-2 rings. o7I2
AN OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU. Inves
tigate our-opportunities for high-grade ex
ecutive sales, clerical and technical men.
Desirable positions paying from 31000 to
S5CO0 a year now open. Tell us what you
can do and we will toll you how to mar
ket your ability. Hapgood's, suite F, 502
Pioneer bldg., Seattle, Wa3h.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
342 3rd East. 31322
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
!n family of three, 55 per week; must havo
ref. 2211 3rd East. sl31-l
COMPETENT. EXPERIENCED GIRL
for general housework; no washing; good
wages. Roforencea required. Call 1C7
2nd st slliC
COMPETENT COOIC 737 EAST BRIG
ham. PERSONS TO . MANAGE DISTRICT
offices for commercial house; salary 521,
paid weekly; all expanses advanced. Co
lonial Co,, Chicago. b937
TWO GOOD COATMAKERS, AT
once. Address M. H. Loeffier, Grand
Junction, Colo. s915
MEN ALL EAREER WORK FREE
nt Meier's Barber college, C2 E. 1st South.
MEN TO LEARN THE BARBER
trade; S vceks completes; positions guar
anteed; tuition earned whllo learning;
licensed Instructors, growing demand for
our graduates. Call or write for particu
lars. Moler's Barber college, 62 E. 1st So..
Salt Lake City. rl737
BY EXPERIENCED CHEMIST AND
assavor; references furnished. Address F
Cfl, Tribune. s!3SS
WHY PAY A BIT FOR A POOR CIGAR
when you can gt tho Blue Point Per-
I'jcto tor tno same price, maao oy wmt
aker &. Dallas, and sold by dealers every
TELL ME WHAT YOU SMOKE AND
I will tell you what you are. Smoko
Chesterfield Cigars, 2 for 25c o21S
MRS.' C. M. TRIPP. MASSAGE AND
magnetic treatment. 35S S. W. Tomplc.
DIAMOND AND ALL OTHER KINDS
sold by Clt. Coal Co., 53 W. 2nd So. Tel.
NEW OR 2ND-HAND-. CASH. TRADEi
or termo. Sorenson-Stoutt Co., -12 E. 2nd S.
IL B. DAVIS. PLUMBING, HEATING,
sower work. Tel. 1371-Y. 12S E. 2nd So.
PURSE. BETWEEN CALLAHAN'S
book storo and postoflcc. Return Colle
giate Institute; reward. sl379
ONE YOUNG BRINDLE BULLDOG ON
Feb. 11th. Return to P. A. Sorsensen, -13
E. 2nd So. Bultablo reward for roturn or
information leading to rocovery of dog.
A BROWN SPANIEL WITH WHITE
star on breast, about 8 mos. old. Return
to E5C E. 2nd So. and receive reward. slM
SMALL BLACK AND TAN PUP,
white Htrlpe down breast; answers to tho
namo of Toots. Reward. Bond's Restau
MONDAY NIGHT, LADY'S WATCH.
Return to Hi South th. East and be re
' yrardoa 1037
FOUR-ROOM AND SUMMER KLTCH
en and live-room cottages, cIobo In; pan
tries, closets nnd cellars; positively no
boys. Inq. 131 W. 6th So. sl3S2
MODERN DWELLING-HOUSE: ALSO
stable, capacity 12 head: storage-rooms;
centrally located, botw. R. G. W. and San
Pedro tracks. Inq. S. L. Ice Co. 81353
NEW 5-ROOM COTTAGE, MODERN.
523 E. 5th So. Q917
COTTAGE, 123 2ND EAST. 'PHONE
2 LARGE STOREROOMS: U-ROOM
fiat; 2 rooms. Call mornings, 201 Const.
WE WANT SOME HOUSES TO RENT
nill Invest. Co., 156 So. W. Temple. mllO
NEW 9-ROOM HOUSE, FURNACE,
strictly modern. 2CJ E. -Ith So. slOH
CTH SO.. NEAR SKD E., C-ROOM
modern brick, 525.
5th So., near -Ith E., 7-room modern
6th E., noar Clh So., C-room modern
7th So., near 6lh E C-room modern
brick. $ IS.
2nd W., near 5th So., C-room house, 517.
Cth So., near Cth E., 3-room house, 510.
12th So., near 12th E., 3-room houso, S6.
Rege Realty Co., No. S W. 2nd So.. Sulto
16 and 17 Walker Bank building, 'Phono
Rego Realty Co.. No. S W. 2nd So.
1026 FIRST ST.. 7-ROOM HOUSE, IN
good condition, 530. C. W. Miller Si Co..
112 W. 2nd So. ' s9C3
G-ROOM MODERN BRICK. ELEC.
lgt.. bath. 633 W. 2nd North. sS27
5-RM. BRICK. NEW. MODERN,
large cellar, 513 a mo.; closo to car lino.
Hubbard Inv't Co.. 7S W. 2nd So. s721
HOUSES. DIFFERENT SIZES AND
different localities; also unimproved resi
dence, business or trackage property for
i-.ile; easy terms. Apply at 15 S. W. Tem
ple nt. from 12 to 2 or after 5 p. m. G-120
FOR SALE HOUSES. DIFFERENT
sizes and different localities; also unlm-
property; easy terms. Apply at -115 S. W.
Temple st. from 12 to 3 or aftor 5 p. m.
2 ROOMS FOR LIGHT UOUSEKEEP
lng, 110 per mo. 35 So. ithEaoL s3S9
4 LARGE ROOMS. SUITABLE FOR
offlco or living rooms. Apply Butler's
grocery, 210 Stato st. e2S3
GOOD STORE. WITH OR WITHOUT
basement East 2nd South st. Frltsch.
No. 12 East 2nd So. r2423
S-ROOM BRICK. CLOSE IN. C. E.
Taylor, 222 South Wcat Temple aL r239D
A COMPARATIVELY NEW ETGHT
rcom modern brick houao, furnished, fur
nace. Call at 75 Second st. Owner leav
SEVERAL DESIRABLE HOUSES. J.
Donnan Reavls. 78 W. 2nd So. 'Phone 17?.
20 HOUSES, ALL KINDS. PRICES
and locations. Tuttlo Bros.. 119 Main at.
7-ROOM COTTAGE. ENTIRELY MOD
crn, at C54 So. Main. r2l7
LARGE STOREROOM ON MAIN ST..
bet. 2nd and 3rd So. Houston Real Es
tate Inv. Co., 251 Main. pl03
5 UNFURNISHED SUITES IN JEN
nlngs block for bachelor apartments. In
quire 15 W. 2nd South, mom 28. pllOO
7 AND S-ROOM MODERN HOUSE;
ateam and hot water heat; close In. Jamoa
IC Shaw, under Walker Bros.' bank. nl&S9
7-ROOM HOUSE IN PARK TER
ince. Inquire U. U. Hinkey. 201 McCor
nlck blk. pl7
154 SO. W. TEMPLE 'PHONE 2153-K.
UTAH CARPET AND WALL PAPER
Cleaning Co. Carpets cleaned on the floor.
feathers renovated. 'Phone 17S7-IC 31142
BOARD AND ROOMS.
BOARD AND ROOM; MODERN IM
provements; home cooking. 625 IC. 4th So
PLEASANT ROOMS WITH BOARD,
for gentlemen; private family; 54.50 per
weelc. 66 East 1st North. sl26i
ROOMS AND BOARD. OR TABLE
board; home cooking. 112 So. 1st Wost.
ROOM AND BOARD WITH PRIVATE
family. 255 "U. oth South.
RATES. 270 W. SO. TEMPLE. 54
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOM AND
board for two, In ono of tho finest private
homes; close in. 101 N. W. Templo st
2 PLEASANT ROOMS. WITH BOARD.
In modern home. 137 N. W. Temple. rl247
NEW OR 2ND-IIAND. EASY TERMS;
In perfect condition; como and seo our
bargains. Utah Auto Co., S70 Main. Tel.
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.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. MOLES. DOU
blo chins and all facial blemishes rcmovod.
Eczema, pimples, oily skins, blackheads
and large pores cured. Mrs. Dwlncll Mc
Kay. The Cullcn. aulto 76. a245i
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
structlon: largo stock of latest chande
liers. Intcr-Mt. Elec. Co.. 45 E. 1st So.
HAY, GRAIN AND COAL.
ZEILER BROS. COMMISSION CO.,
removed from Stato a, to 63 E, 3rd So.
FURNACES CLEANED BY EXPERT.
Houneclcanlng Co., 131 Main. Tel. 1070-K.
UTAH JUNK CO., HIGHEST PRICE
paid for iron, brass, rags, bottles, rubber.
copper, etc. 63 E, Sth So. 'Phone 229. bS13
UTAH SCREEN AND JOB SHOP,
general contractors of all kinds of new
or ropalr work, stairs, storo front, fix
tures and buildings. R. S. Brock & Son.
Props., 41 South West Tomplc 1332
j ... CLASSIFIED ADS pi
I ON PACE 9 j
FOR RENT-FURNISHED I
2 OR) 3 MOD. FURN. OR '
housekeeping rooms. 03 So. 3th 1
' i i-
4 BEAUTIFUL FURN. HOUSri tv
Ing rooms. 377 So. 2nd East. ; '
ROOMS COMPLETE FOR 5 &
keeping; also sleeping-rooms. c f
West. "jj '
THREE NICE FRONT i' hl
housekeeping. 150 North Main. ' JtUJ
G-ROOM COTTAQE, COMPt j
far. Large yard, barn. 522.50
2 NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS 'i.
housekeeping. ?10. -103 So. Wcat T V -
THREE NICELY PUrni
front rooms, housekeeping, ibo- if
BEAUTIFUL ROOMS, CLOS1
cheap; from 53 to 514. 377 S. 2nd Ebb :,
NICE FRONT ROOM" Mrfi 'tv
with bath. 33S E 3rd So. iI0J
ELEGANT ROOMS. STEAJl'l "v!
pas, water. 511 month. Anruy ron t "
Whlttlngham block. PP'y ro?
3 ROOMS. EN SUITE. NICEr.Ti
nlahcd, for light housokfeplng! ltfi &i
Weatf M0DERN' HOOMS. 131 3 & t
' ! J frjtl
,lR9o0.F9R.LIQHT HOUSE1 t!e!
riu ou, org ao.. 7th Wca r
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS Mi,
non st,, near 2nd S. and 7th Wert. J Pc
4 NICELY FUR. ROOMS, BATH.- Si
housekeeping: no children. 555 m iu
Temple st. 5 ials
?. HOUSEKEEPING RM8.; MOI & 1
also other rooms and board. 157 w, wfen
MODERN HOUSES, 15 or 30 R(
furnlturo for sale. Tuttle Bros. it la
S-ROOM MODERN BRICK, Hf t
tor heat, nlcoly furnished; cast si da -K.
Shaw, under Walker's bank. - Hj.
NEATLY FURNISHED jj stjcT
room, at 334 E. 2nd South. JWI
5-ROOM COTTAGE, BETWEEN P
and 10th East, 2nd South. TeL 3
ONE LARGE FURNISHED J tlSsk)
with or without housekeeping. '; ,-,
let South. vW
NICELY FURN. MODERN R(
etcam heat, closo in. 325 So. 2nd n;
CHEAP. FURNISHED ROOMH,".'
or without housekeeping. 243 w. 3 iS'CiV
OFFICE AND FURNISHED 3
modflm. 13 South Main bL V .
2 ROOMS FOR UOU5FKEB 'per;
hot, cold water, bath. 663 3rd Edit
' FURNISHED ROOMS FOR I
housekeeping; aleo rooms with or
out board. S31 Ea3t First So. V
ROOMS WITH OR WITHOUT Bfj fe&l
modern; furnace heat. 225 W. 5th
FOR SALE MISCELLANEol t
TODAY'S NET PRICES, MAli
dors filled; 1000 Con, Mercur, 57 fl 2 a
Sunrise. 15V cts; COO Sunshine, a . '
Rocco-Homestake, 50 cLs. 4000 Silver ifU
2 cts Geo. Hatton, stock broker, irprt
so- ; ml
HARDMAN UPRIGHT PIANO, I (C.bo
Clayton Muslo company. 169 Main, 'i ms
A BARGAIN FURNITURE OR
room houso; must bo sold at once, f ?L
1st SO. L'TbE
ROOMING-HOUSE. SNAP. O :lj
rooms, 51200 cash down and bal. mi Cj(
payments buys S70CO place for 5J .
yoars' lease; furnltur and carpets
nice; bo uro and see this " '
Miller & Miller, room S St James' III!
TWO 50-FOOT LOTS IN OODENV J.L
trade for piano. 310 Eccles bldg. C
ONE SINGLE AND ONE TW'O-H .
express or delivery wagons in gow m j
ditlon for salo cheap. Also slngl? jj-jj,
doublo harness.. Term to suit I jsa.
I. X. L. Furnlturo and Carpet InsU f
House, '43 E. 2nd So. st
A GOOD BUSINESS FOR SALE;'-: is! l
paying business In eastern Oregos r
salo on account of falling health; fa
tlculars Inquire Granetrom's Cafi
Oyster House. Baker City. Or. $ fijF
SEND THIRTY CENTS FOR ij jfctt
business or visiting cards and on, !ntf
patent pone. Ono dip of ink writes a.
letter. Agents wanted. Floyd a Ma
der Co.. Salt Lake City.
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD. I CW
stnhips. vQ W. So Temple. Ka
FURNITURE OF 0 ROOMS. CT e
rent reasonable. 131 East 2nd SoutB l
SHARES 3 CENTS: GOLD M JU:
and mill; big profits; mineral; proro Sij
pictures Bent free. Suntot Gold; k&ft
pany. 06 Mack, Denver. Colo. 'j ipi
SNAPS IN FARM PROPERTS
advertised right along In The Intar-1 sstK
tain Farmer. Adversers make a i
FURNITURE OF 7-ROOM BQ ivA
lng-houso. houso for rent G 6, m
LARGE NEARLY NEW NATO
cash register. Address R 43. Trlnui
pjAVfj UPRIGHT MAH'NY C - Ft
Nechean Must soli. 717 S. Mmi tt
"stock OF GENERAL MERU J
dlfe sToro building, dwelling hou Mfe,
outside .cellar, warehouses -a
lot In best part of growing town
people; only on- other store 6 VJ U
within 16 miles; largo te"11.0 isd
within 0 miles. 10-n. vein: best ui
country in Idaho; heavy live i stock k ,
trv owner has other business reqi
all his tlme cleared 'iS !
tal required 53000 to JSQOfc Address;,
Tribune. . f,
1903 WINTON TOURING CAILj!
52609: two 540 headlamps. orxn -tires,
all first-claw order. 51M. -
Automobile Co.. 1510 Court Place. DM
Colo. Selling agents for Thomas
der. 24 h. p. touring cars.5jjJ
SHEEP FOR SALEABOIHH
sheep, well bred; 3500 arc ew.
yearlings. For further PWgB
dress Newman Bros., hAmamWm
SUITS TO ORDER. 515 UP. FIT (H
nntoed. Sorcnsen & Larsen, i "H
WALL PAPER CLEAN,fJjH
THE IDEAL PAPER CLEANING!
Charles M. Golt. Manager LCM ,
dcro a the Smith Drug Co. iam