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Hri 10 The Salt XiAKEs Tkibthste: Mohay MoiimjSG, Febhujuit 22, 1904:. f .-
If! RAIN ORDERED
1 1 TODAY.
' J "Rnln Monday. Tuesday fair and cold
! , This Is the lorsa way l:i which the
? I '"v$TV weather clerk In Chl
f Vi'WS cnK' I'erchcU nlcn
I 1 nbv&WtJ lm m nis ouservn
WS'rV t-ory, tells what kind
of waathur this scc
Hon nC tho country
' i l vft&SiV, T1,ls helus tho wise,
I tfyMJ!K. umbrellas and rain
: ' VSfAHai coats will ho much
i, I W$ iervals. and last
. n evening succeeded ln
-v 2ir- n measure.
Tho temperature In this city yesterday
w.is Ifi degrees for maximum record nnd
ii CI minimum,
I CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD
Judgo and Mrs. O. W. Powors will re
k ceivo at Llngcrlonger" from 8 to 13 this
v evening Instead of from 7 until 10, an at
A pang- of men has boon taken to Saltnlr
' to begin work on the new bathhouses out
I ln tho Inke and tho laying of tho new
, hardwood dancing Iloor ln tho pavilion.
j Prof. Spooner of tho high school and hla
; class In physics woro tho guests of Sec
i tlon Director Hyatt at tho weather bureau
Saturday afternoon Dr. Hyatt told them
4 how the weather Is mado and promised 'to
T dvo thorn a demonstration, which ho did
J yesterday aXlernoon.
y Many Salt Lako people, who cherish
Si I kindly remembrances of Mrs. M. M. Blunt
1 j durlnfr tho tlmo nho was tho llrst ladv at
jjji Foit Douglas, will leant with sorrow of
J;, her doath In New York on February Gth.
SI Sho. with her husband. Col. Blunt, han re-
sided In New York slnco the Colonel re
t , tired from tho command at Fort Douglas.
The Philippine Veterans' association will
j? meet today for tho purpose of electing of
j 'ricors for tho ensuing year. President Joss
J. .Xystrom will call tho moctlnsr to order In
tf I tho Council chamber at the cltv and coun
J ty building at 2:3) this afternoon. There
3 have baon no open contests for tho posts
of honor, but It Is posslblo that some Jn
.t terosting developments will occur.
i Announcement was made at tho Tabor
1 naclo yesterday afternoon that tho prlcst
' ,hood of the First. Second, Third, Eighth,
, Ninth, Tenth, Thlrty-llnst and Thlrty
V .third wards would meet at tho Assembly
.hall Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock to pre
pare for the organization of a stake to In
ij cludo thoso wards. On Frldny evening th
' members of tho church ln those wards will
gather at the Tnbcrnaclo to complcto the
organization of tho stake.
j KNTJTSFOKD HOTEL,
j Tho one placo for comfort and ele-
j irance. Fireproof; telephones ln ervcry
j room; modern ln every way.
Ij D. J. Sharp Coal Co.
Office, 73 South Main street. Tele-
phones 719 and 430.
J Tard No. 1, 1st South bet. 3rd and
J 4th West. Telephone 719-3 rings.
I Yard No. 2, 12th South and 11th East,
I Telephone 60S.
Yard No. 3, State bet 13th and 14th
South. Telephone 105.
I OBJECTS TO MATCHING
Should Such Metheds Apply
Editor Tho TrIbunc:Readlng your ac
count of the Institutions for homeless
l children in the Sunday morning edition
of your valued paper, I became much in
frested; nay, more. I boenmo puzzled,
and, being of an Investigating turn of
mind, I write for furlhor Information
concerning tho "matching" process of
binding: suitable homes for Innocent and
OefenHoloss children. Now, the writer and
lits family nro fond of children, and should
ho ever present himself at tho door of
this homo-llndlng Institution as an ap
plicant for an Infant (he prefers to take
,"em young), he wishes to know how he
could arrango matters bo that tho "sta
ture, complexion and other personal char
acteristics" of his fa. Tilly would be ln no
way "opposite" to those of the bube to
-whom lie wlnhes to give lovo, education
and careful Christian training, .Must his
wife go to tho drug btoro and change her
complexion? Must tho family portraits b
exhibited, and ample proof given that blue
yes or browa hair appeared at Intcrvala
iln tho family history? Again, tho "fea
tures, complexion and personal eharuc
tiTlsMos" of a young babe are unformed,
and who thai! determine what thev will
be unle63. Indeed, a person of tact re
'Bearch and knowledge of human nature"
holpa us out? Uovrovcr, suppose after a
Tow years the child grow3 contrary, fallo
to live up to th-i loolai of my family and
become "opposite." what must 1 do?, Jte
turn hm to this Institution an not proo
eny "matched" and a source of "poeel
iblc o-nbarrassment" to my wife lest some
jurying "export" declare that this child
does not belong to my family? Yo gods!
Jtho problem Is bayond mo r.athcr than
attempt to solve It, In my auest for n
child, I will hie me to the door of some
Ions "tactful" institution and thero pre
sent my application for a little homeless
wa'f, to love, educate and, plcaso God to
mako a good man or woman of. I h'avo
heard of "matching" pennies, hut j do
not understand the process of "matching"
rkflXP71 OF "UNMATCHED" CH1L-
II Held's EaDd Orchestras.
, FIvo orchestras, under Profs. Young
dale, Shustor, Andrew, Jensen nnd Don
aldson, are all engaged for this evening.
"When you engage an orchestra from
15c Id's band you get Juft what vou
t. ant miiKio as you like It, and always
ilth the best musicians that are ln the
1 city; three to forty men.
HELD'S BAND HEADQUARTERS.
TH. 2152-X, 54 Mo in st.
I We are prepared to Invest vour funds
fo that they will bring; you the largest
returns compatible with safety. You
hold the Bccurlty. "We do tho work.
iMcOurrln & Co., 134 Main st.
BY HELD'S BAND
r Tho annour.coincnc ot a solo by Miss
Ajratha Uerkhoel. the popular contralto,
may have been a factor in filling the
Grand Opera-house last night, but the
entire programme by Held's Military
band won approval. Earl Mnckay pro
duced some novel and catchy effects
ith hii? sarcaphone and ndded materl
i ally to the success of the programme
Miss Berkhoel sang- " 'TIs T." gavotto
rom Mlgnon. and "A Summer Girl," by
Fargent. Tlie numbers on the- fuxaphone
-veu "You'll Heniember Mb" nnd
fricket r.n the Hearth." ThcEo selec
lions, ln which the band participated,
ere well-chosen and varied enough to
iprovent the miopiclon oC monotony.
1 STRIKERS STILL ACTIVE
IN CARBON COAL FIELDS
OfTIelals of tho Utah Fuel company In
this city were notified that a meeting of
the 'striking minors was held ln Scolleld
yesterday nftcrnoon. The Ftrlkers made
i;o 'effort, however, to march Into Clear
Creek or Winter Quarters as the officials
So far ns could be learned the meeting
was quiet and orderly. Speeches were
made by a number of the leaders and a
general discussion of the situation fol-
LAST RITES HELD
OVER COL iRyBAG'K
Close Friends Gathered at Family
Residence to Pay a Tribute to
Final obsequies in honor-of Col. Theo
dore Bruback, the prominent mining
man, railroad man and capitalist, who
was killed In tho. Daly-Judge mine at
Park City last Thursday by falling from
a ladder while on a tour of Inspection
a. ,i i. .1.1
ui iwiiiw, fre neiu iroin tne tamiiy
residence at 147 Brighani street nt 3
o'clock yesterday afternoon. The ser
vicey were- of a soml-prlvntc character,
only tho immediate friends of the fam
ily having been in attendance. Brief
remarks, appropriate and lmprcs-slve,
were made by E. I. Goshen, pastor of
the First Congregutlonal church, and
songs wero beautifully, rendered by Miss
Dwyer and Mr. Graham. Floral offer
ings ln profusion gave mute testimony
of the affection and esteem entertained
for the departed by those who knew him
best. The honorary pall-bearers were
W. S. McCornlck. C. C. Dey. E. A. Wall.
Joslah Barnett, W. A. Sherman and E.
W. Packard. The Interment wan pri
vate, the remains having been depos
ited ln the Masonic vault In Mt. Olivet
cemetery, with the idea of their removal
at some future time to tho old home of
tho deceased at Erie, Pn.
GEORGE GARNICK'S FUNERAL.
Well-Knowji Mining- Man Mourned
by Many Friends.
The funeral of George Garnlck, a
well-known mining man, was held yes
terday afternoon from the family resi
dence, 1017 East Third South street. The
ceremony, which was simple and Im
pressive, was attended by n larger num
ber of friend.') of the bereaved family.
The deceased diird after an illness of
only a few days of pleuro-pneumonla,
he having come home only laat Monday
from the May Day mine at Tlntic. of
which he was superintendent, and. the
end came Thursday, after a hard fight
against the dread disease,
George Garnlck was born In Wiscon
sin fifty-two years ago. When a young
man he removed to Colorado and was
engaged In mining for a numSer of
years at Aspen and Leadville. Ho camt
to Utah thirteen years ago nnd wn su
perintendent of the Sunshine mine until
it closed down, since which time he has
held the same position wtlh the- May
Day. He was a very competent mining
man and held the highest esteem of all
who knew him. Ho leaves a wife, Har
riett Cook Garnlck. to whom he was
married in Leadville, and two sons, 10
and VI years bid.
A brother of the deceased, Thomas
Garnlck. of Ft. Collins, Colo., arrived
In the city to attend the funeral.
Mrs. Meyer's Funeral.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Rokx
Meyer was hold at 10 a. .m. yesterdav
from the family home at 315 Euk Sec
ond South street, the- services, having
been conducted by Rabbi Revnoldy. The
pall-bearers were J. Watteis, George
Rhodes, S. J. Frlcdmnn, II. Burnett W
B. Levy and A. L. Jacobs. Interment
was in the family plot in the Hebrew
The musical comedy, "A Chlnr:t
Honeymoon." heralded as the "morrVsY
prettiest and most tuneful on oarth " will
he prwented at the Salt Iiko Theat-r
opening ut k matinee this afternoon at
2H. llKL "Peni "'HI be on for three
nights and two matinees.
The Cus Sun minstrels will entertain at
the Grand Theater this afternoon and lo
n ght, and also Tuesday and Wednesrfav
nlghts and Wednesday afternoon U
HEL9 0PEN COURT.
Bartender Carey Charged With Play
ing the Good Samaritan, and
on Sunday, Too.
John Caroy, bartender at the Court sa
loon at Fourth South and Stato streets,
wns arrested last night on the chargo of
violating tho Sunday liquor ordinance.
On producing bonds ln tho sum of ?1TO he
was rilca?od from custody.
Polk-o ofrlcers In civilian clothing were
(Wslled yesterday to the duty of appro
heudlsg violators of the closing ordinance.
Their olforts during the dav wero fruitless
but last nlfrht Officer Moore became con
vinced that Carey was selling liquor, and
placed him under arrest.
NEW. AGENT TAKES
STATION AT MILFORD
C. T. Wardlav. who has been station
acnt at Mllford since last June, sayo
the Times of that place, has been suc
ceeded by W. S. Pratt, to whom the bus
iness oC the ollico wns transferred last
Wednesday. Mr. Pratt comes from
Prescott, Ariz., where he has been agent
of the Santa Fe, the road with which
General Manager Wells of the San
Pedro was formerly connected. He la not
entirely a stranger to this section, as
he visited what Is now the site of Mil
ford nearly thirty years ago and later
assisted in uurveying the route of the
Utah Southern, now th San Pedro,
from York to Frisco. He expects his
family to Join him here in about two
Mr. Wardlaw Is not prepared to an
nounce his plans for the future, but It
mny bt swt down a certain that his fine
abilities will speedily bring hlin a llrst
class position at some other point. He
has made many friends during- his stay
In Mllford,- and- all regret his departure.
lowed. A parade had been planned, ac
cording to coinpnny olllcials, but the ac
tion of the town authorities in forbid
ding anything of the kind prevented
the execution of their plans.
Joe Barbogllo and Carlo DemollI, who
were arrested In Sunnyslde Saturday,
returned to Helper yesterday. They de
clared that condition? at Sunnyrilde
were favorable to the strikers and that
there had been no disturbance at that
place. They were prevented from at
tending the meeting at Scolleld yesterday.
TOO MUCH ACID
JO RELIEVE PAIN
Girl Calls at tho Room of Her
Fiance, and Finds His Dead
Body in Bed.
In keeping an appointment at 5 o'clock
yesterday afternoon, Grace Williams dis
covered Jesso II. Shafcr, whom alio was
to havo mot, dead from the offects of an
overdose of carbolic acid. Sho Immedi
ately telephoned tho fact of his death to
his aged mother, and tho woman fainted
at the telephone on hearing tho news. She
lo In a precarious condition as a result.
WAS TO HAVE MARRIED.
According to the girl, sho and Shafcr
wero to have been man-led Tuesday. To
gether they visited a furniture store on
Saturday and purchased a number of ar
ticles of furniture to be used ln house
keeping. They intended to move to Lo
gan Immediately after the ceremony.
Shafer called to see tho young womnn
Saturday night and remained until after
12 o'clock. He was suffering Intensely
from inflammation of the Intestines and
made frequent' mention of his pain. He
lived at 916 South Ninth East street, and
owing to tho distance from the city, en
gaged a room at 153 East Second South.
PURCHASED THE ACID.
Before going to tho room he purchased
a four-ounce bottle of carbolic acid. When
the room was entered vestcrdav tho bot
tle was half empty. William Storm, on
duly at night at tho Frlmch block, where
tho room Is located, stated that Shafer
appeared to be suffering when ho called
for a room the night beforr-.
Before leaving the girl, Shafer declared
that ho desired to meet her at 2 o'clock
Sunday afternoon. If ho didn't keep tho
engagement, he said, she would know that
he was alck and must call at the room.
He did not appear at tho specllled time
and the girl wont to the. room.
FOUND THE BOY DEAD.
The door was slightly ajar and he wns
lying on the bed. He was apparontlv
asleep, but her repeated knocks failed to
arouse him. Pushing the dour open, she
discovered that he was dead and hastened
to the telephone. The famllv of the dead
man was notified ami the Coroner was
also called. On a table ln the room wns
found a note which Shafer had ovldcntlv
written before retiring. It stated that he
was suffering Intensely and was taking
uesperate chances with death to relieve
the pain. The) note wild. In port:
'T have been suffering with pain ln my
side and I have taken carbolic acid. If J
gain my senses It la all right. The pain
Is more than I enn stand. I have been
taking whisky aud quinine, but It soems
to do me no good, and nothing sucms In
the leat to relievo the sensation more
than carbolic acid. This is the third dose.
If 1 die no one Is impllrated In It but my
self. It Is getting so painful I think bv
Increasing the dot-e It will give me more
The young man's mother was prostrated
wllen sho learned of his death over the
telephone. Both sho and her husband, the
young man's father, are seriously 111 as a
result of the shock. Shafer was 24 vears
of age and had been engaged In farming
In Morgan county. For the punt three
weeks he had been In the city. Intending
lo remove to Ix)gan as soon us his wed
Coroner Clark investigated tho case and
decided that no Inquest was necessary.
VANDALS BREAK UP
Hospitable Celestials Driven to Tall
Grass by the Thieving- of West
Vandaly have almost terminated the
New Year festivities which have been
in progress in Plum alley. So Incensed
are the Celestials at the pilfering which
has been done by society people and
othero who have Invaded the Oriental
quarters that visitors are no longer wel
comed and the police have been asked
to keep curiosity-seekers away from
Chinatown during the remainder of the
Tuesday will be the last day of the
festivities. It is then that the real cele
bration will take place and great prepa
rations are being made by the Chinks
to celebrate fittingly and unmolested.
The crowds from the city have been f.o
persistent to witness the events that the
alley has been crowded to such an ex
tent that the Chinamen refused to carry
out their intentions.
Everything that could be carried nway
has been stolen by visitors to the alley.
One Chinese store hns been rilled by
relic-seekers and the merchant is almost
bankrupt. 43owls in which rlco Is served
were taken and cups with which the
Celestials drink tea have been lifted as
boldly as if they were the property of
tho visitors. Handkerchiefs and silken
goody on display in tho various stores
have disappeared oo rapidly that police
protection has beon asked nnd officers
will attempt to prevent further thieving.
Hoodlums have also contributed
largely to the discomfiture of the Celes
tials. As. if for a pastime they smash
windows and break anything that can
be broken. Numerous arrests have been
made but the acts of vandalism continue.
We have moved to No. 12 West Third
South. Will be glad to meet our old
friends and customers in our new loca
tion. On account of cheap rent we will
be able to give our patrons the benefit
of fsamo. and will sell good goods
cheaper than ever.
TOM & JERRY' CLOTHING HOUSE,
I. N. Lewis, Prop.
If delivery of tho Tribune lu Irregular
please mako complaint to offjie.133 South
Wzt Texnpio at., or telephone- SW'
PARRISH At Mountain Home, Ida., Feb
ruary 0, 1901, Emelynn Holon, youngest
child of Mllo D, nnd. Edith Jonea Par
rlsh, agod 11 weeks.
Funeral will bo held at 2 o'clock today,
from tho resldonce of Mr. Henry Jones.
210 East Seventh South street. Interment
ln Mt. Olivet.
HOSICK Alvln V. Hoslck, February 20,
1WH, aGcd SO year, from an infection of
a chronic posterior urethritis and cys
titis. Funeral services at family residence, ICS
North West Temple street, TuuHdny, Feb
ruary 23rd, at 2 p. m.
ATTENTION. WOODMEN NEIGH
bora of Dcseret camp No. IW, W. of W.,
and other neighbors are requested to at
tend tho funeral of Neighbor Alvln A'.
Hoslck, from the late residence of tho de
ceased, lfS Nqrth Wesi Tomplo street, at
2 o'clock p. m Tuesday. February 23,
1WH- VM. F. LANG ENB ACKER,
T. E. Newman, Clerk.
EBER W. HALL, UNDERTAKER
and Embalmer, opp. P. O.. 110 W. 2nd So,
MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES.
R. M'KENZIE, MONUMENTS. TOMB
stones. 139 W. 1st So. Write for prices.
FLORISTS AND SEEDSMEN.
SALT DAKE-IIUDDERT FLORIST
Co. Largest greenhouses In the West. g!73
FLORAL DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Richard E. Evans, 36 Main nt. Tel. l.
Ji. C. MORRIS FLORAL CO.. FIN
ncral designs, fl up. McCornlck bldg.
SCIIWARZ & HE1NCKE. FLORISTS,
seedinen. 61 E. 2nd So. Tel. CAj. r&oi
ALFALFA, CLOVEB. GRASS. GAR
den. Jlower seeds, fertilizers; catalogue
free. Vogclor Seed Co. sl3
FOR SALE -MISCELLANEOUS.
NICKEL-IN-SLOT MACHINES MEY
er Bros. Zang. Box -137. slol-l
ROOMING-HOUSE. INQ. AT 72 WEST
2nd South. sl571
FURNITURE OF FOUR ROOMS,. $75.
WO E. 3rd So. S1570
STRINGER CO., 70 W. 2ND SOUTH.
Furniture complete of a 5-rm. cottage,
house rents for $13. 50 per month; H75
cash, halunce on easy payments.
The Stringer Co , 70 West 2nd South.
ONE FINE SQUARE PIANO. ?C3. .
One line HiilhH .t Davis piano, JK).
One line Kimball organ, ?25.
One Geo. Woods organ, 515.
One Phlpps organ, J10.
If you cannot buy a new piano or organ,
secure one of theso and then a little later
trade for a new one.
Vansimt A.- Phnmherlnln 8? Mnln direct
ly opp. V.. C. M. I. sl532
ROOMING-HOUSE, SNAP. OF. 40
rooms, 1200 cash down nnd bal. monthly
payments, buys I7C0 place for J5000; 3
years' leuso: furniture and carpets extra
nlco; be sure and see this.
Miller & Miller, room S St. James hotel.
FURNITURE OF S-ROOM HOUSE
cheap; can rent house, also barn, close In.
15 V. 2nd So., R. 2S. sl53G
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. CA It
pets, etc. Apply from 2 to 1 o'clock. No.
52 Constitution building.
CI I ISA P. FURNITURE OU 11-ROOM
rooming-house; house for rent; reasonable.
129 E. 4th So. sloOS
GOOD Al YOUNG COW. 201 AVH1T
llngham block. slMO
WE ARE IN THE BUS7NESS.
Fuinlturo 5-rm. house, cheap, J200 down,
il-rm. rooming-house, rent $30. $50.
,S-rm. lwardlng-house, close in. only GW.
Fine restaurant, cigar store, confection
ery. Book store, grocery, will sacrifice.
THE G. C. P.1CI1TER CO.
Got that address right? Jfs 11 Eagle
UARDMAN UPRIGHT 'PIANO, f 100 CO
Clayton Music company. 109 Mnln. s!3CU
A BARGAIN FURNITURE OR sTx
room house; must be sold ut once. 177 E.
1st So. aisi.
T WO 6?-FOOT LOTS IN OGDEN; WILL
trpdo for piano. 310 Eccles bldg, Ogden.
A GOOD BUSINESS FOR SALE; BEST
paying business in oastorn Oregon; for
e-alo on account of tilling henlth: for par
ticulars Inquire Granstrom's Cafe and
Oyster House, Baker City, Or. S1209
SEND THIRTY CENTS FOR FIFTY
business or visiting cards and one dozen
patent pcn3. Ono dip of Ink writes a wholo
letter. Agents wanted. Floyd's Mall Or
dor Co.. Salt Lake City. ansa
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD. IOWA
stables. 129 W. So Temple. sllOS
FUKN1TUHE OF G ROOMS. CHEAP;
rent reasonable. 131 East 2nd South a533
SHARES 3 CENTS- GOLD MINES
and mill; big profits; mineral; prospcotus
pictures sent free Sunset Gold com
pany. GC6 Mack. Denver, Colo r2365
SNAPS IN FARM PROPERTY ARE
advertised right along ln Tho Inter-Moun-taln
Farmer. Advertisers mako sales, too.
FURNITURE OF 7-ROOM BOARD-lng-houae;
houao for rent. G 3S. Tribune
LARGE NEARLY NEW NATIONAL
cash register. Address R 43, Tribune.
PIANO. UPRIGHT MAH'NY CASE.
New, cheap. Must sell. 717 S. Mnln. b172
STOCK OF GENERAL MBRCHaF
disc, store building, dwelling houso, largo
outside cellar, warehouses and 2-acro
lot. In best part of growing town of COO
people; only one other store: C sawmills
within 13 miles; largo territory; coal mlno
within 20 miles, 10-ft. vein; best farming
country ln Idaho; heavy uvo stock coun
try; owner hns other business requiring
all his time; cleared $4000 last year; capi
tal required 55000 to I000. Address T 19.
1903 WINTON TOURING CAR. COST
J2600; two $40 hendlamps. JJ0 Worth extra
tires, all first-class order, S1G30. Colorado
Automobile Co.. 1510 Court Place. Denver,.
Colo. Selling agento for Thomas 3-oylIn-der.
24 h. p. touring cars, $2600. s239
SHEEP FOR SALE. ABOUT 4500
sheep, well bred; 3S00 are owes, balance
yearlings. For further particulars ad
dress Newman Bros., KImaraa. Ida. bG53
CONCERT ,FLUT.E, BOEHM SYS
tem; metal, pearl mountings; $35. F 40.
SMALL GROCERY; DOES NTCE BUS
Incsfl. 630 E. 1st South. olGSl
NEW OR 2ND-HAND; EASY TERMS;
In perfect condition; como and Eeo our
bargains. Utah Autq Co, 370 MaJn. Tol.
rHSOfr, t 651
MANDOLIN, GUITAR AND VIOLIN
teacher; permanent position, $80.00 a
month; transportation paid. Up-to-Datc
MudIc Co.. Ford blk., rooms 2-3, Great
Falls, Mont.; apply Immediately. sloll
A CHILD TO TAKE HOME AND
care for. 42C So. Dili Eat. slOll
TO TRADE, 20 SHEARING MACHINES,
gasoline engine; plant complete, been
used very little. Trade for real cstnto' In
Idaho or near Salt Lake or Ogden. W. H.
Austin, Chinook, Mont. s239
ADVERTISING WORLD, COLUMBUS,
Ohio, a monthly journal of Information,
plans, suggestions and Ideas for advertis
ing. Send todny fon frco sample, or 10c
for four months' trial, rl8C7
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
Btoves. S. L. Furniture Co., 233 S. State.
OR WILL TRADE OREGON LAND
for Salt Lako property. AddrcsB F 355.
WANTED-MEN TO LEARN BAR
bor trade. I havo the most complcto col
lego In tho country. Everything Jlrst
class. I Kivo personal attention to stu
dents and guarantee positions. Particu
lars mailed free. Denver Barber College,
Denver. Colo. Pl-73
FURNITURE OR ANYT11INQ SEC-ond-hund;
nothing too largo or fine. I. X.
L 2nd-hand store. Tel. ISO-3. 2SS S. State.
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
utoves. Sco Matscn, 2t9 Stale. 'Phon
WHY BE BROKE WHEN WE WILL
loan you monoy on diamonds, watches,
jewelry, gunu, tooln, musical Instrument,
trunks, rtc. 'Phone 2176-Y. Large loans,
small IntcrcBt. 30 E. 1st So. Undo Sasn.
GOOD CTRL FOR GENERAL HOU5E
work at ICS A st. slC95
GIRL ATTENDING SCHOOL TO STAY
for board and room. Address F G7, Trib
GOOD COOK; GOOD WAGES; REF
crences required. Apply at 9SG 3rd st sl574
AN EXPERT OPERATOR ON REM
Ington typewriter; one familiar with legal
and realty documents preferred. The
Homer Abstract Co. slC37
COMPETENT STENOGRAPHER AND
office man or woman for neighboring
town. Address F 42, Tribune. sK07
W ANTED AT ONCE. A DOCTOR TO
fill a traveling position In Utnh; legitimate
work and steady. Answer stating salary.
Address F. 37, Tribune. sl47C
WANTED-MEN AND LADIES EY- i
cry where to represent us; no experience
necessary; easiest proposition; biggest
profits. Write at once. Inclosing 2-cent
stamp for full particulars. Independent
Mutual Indemnity Co., Suite 45, Norton
block, Sixth and Broadway, Los Anjjoles.
GIRL FOR COOKING AND HOUSE
work. 931 E. Brlgham.
YOUNG MAN. 1C OR 17 YRS. OLD. TO
learn the drug business; down-town store;
good opportunity for young man. Ad
dress F 34, Tribune. siy$7
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Hotel, restaurant nnd household help.
Headquarters for laborers;
'j i . iim ju. n'l. rings. om
COMPETENT COOK. 737 EAST BRIG
lum TWO GOOD COATMAKERS. AT
once. Address M. H. Loefflcr, Grana
Junction. Colo. s945
MEN ALL BARBER WORK FREE
at Moler's Barber college, C2 E. 1st South.
MEN TO LEARN THE BARBER
trade; S weeks completes; positions guar
anteed; tuition earned while learning;
licensed Instructors, growing demand for
our graduates. Call or write for particu
lars. Moler's Barber college, C2 E. 1st So .
Salt Lake City. rl737
WE WANT 10.000 AGENTS FOR
greatest household seller ever Invented;
actually sells ln every home; Immense
money-maker for agents. Send 10c for
complete sample and our large Dhii-tratpd
catalogue of agents' supplies. Southern
Mercantile Co.. Dept. B 129 Houston. Tex.
V ANT ED --SITUATION.
BY EXPERIENCED CHEMIST AND
nssuyer; references furnished. Address F
3G, Tribune. slSSS
SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND.
SHORTHAND. FRENCH. GERMAN
Typewriting done. 22C D. F. Walker. rl725
WALL PAPER CLEANING.
THE IDEAL PAPER CLEANING CO.
Charlen M. Gott, Manager. Leave vour or
ders at tho Smith Drug Co. 'Phono 233
PAINTING AND PAPERHANQINQ.
W. A DUVALL, 121 W. 2ND SO-. TEL
No. 1145-k. Our now paper Is urrlvlng
THURSTON & WOLLARD. ATTOR
ney.s and counselors-nt-Iaw, ill Fifth ave
nue. New York. Will act as Now York
representative for reputable concerns.
Corporations our specialty. Highest ref
SUPERFLUOUS nAIR. MOLES, ETi.-'.,
removed by X-ray or electric needle. Lul'a
Brooks, M. D , Constitution block. S1215
EUSIN ESS CHANCES.
WE HAVE POSITIONS OPEN
for salesmen, executive, clerical and tech
nical men, $1000 to $5000. Ask for bookleu
Hapgoods. uulto F, 502 Pioneer Bldg
Seattle, Wash. S337
FO PER CENT DISCOUNT ON RAT
tan rockers, one week; terms; $1 on $10"
J10 on $100. no lntorest. I, X. L. Furniture
and Carpet Installment Houso, 4S E. 2nd
WE ARE LOCATED NOW IN OUR
new store, 62 E. 2nd South, nnd have In
stock the largest lino of new and second
hand furniture, carpets, stoves, ranges,
etc, ln the city. Torms to suit. Ne
braska Furnlturo Co.. C2 E. 2nd So. s92C
UTAH SCREEN AND JOB SHOP,
general contractors of all kinds of new
or ropalr work, ntolrs, store- fronts, fix
tures and buildings. R. S. Brock & Son,
Props., il S.ou.tb. Av"p3t Tomplo, sl3l3
3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS OR PART
ly furn., ?7. r.l W. 2rd So. sirC
MOD. C-ROOM BRICK, ON CAP. LINE.
Inq. 919 E. Cth So, H15S2
J7 THREE BRICK ROOMS. L. DAIIL
qulst, 423 South West Temple. sl563
EAST SIDE MODERN 7-ROOM BRICK,
furnace, etc., $35.
Modern 7-room nnd barn, Vfl.
E. J. Wills. 15 W, 2nd So., room 29. s1C43
CTH SO., NEAR 3RD E.. C-ROOM
modern brick, $26.
6th So., near -Stli E., 7-rooni modern
Gth E.. near 6th So., &-room modern
7th So. near Cth E., C-room modern
brick, 5 IS.
2nd W., near 5th So., E-room house, $17.
Cth So., near 5th E., 3-room house. $10.
12th So., near 12th E., 3-room house, $C
Rcge Realty Co., No. S W. 2nd So., sulto
10 and 17 Walker Bonk building. 'Phono
Rego Realty Co., No. 8 W 2nd So. sl553
BRICK HOUSE, 3 LARGE ROOMS
and collar. $10 per mo. 137 Oak sU 1581
PARTIES HAVING H. II. GOODS TO
ship to the coast In the next two wckH
can save money by calling on us. Red
man Van & Storage Co. 'Phone KB. slMO
LODGE HALL; MODERN. COM
plcicly and elegantly furn.. Including tele
phone. Add Manager. 123 D. F. Walker
hldg. Telephone 2078-X and 1322-Z. sl497
FOR RENT THIS YEAR 110 SHARES
Dry Creek and Irrigation water stock, 5")
cents per share. J. S. Scott, 213 So. Main.
Salt Luke City t bU59
2 UNFURNISHED ROOMS AT 232 POP
lar ave, , sl4C9
A 5-ROOM BRICK HOUSE CLOSE IN;
$15 per month. Inquire IS East 1th So.
FOUR-ROOM AND SUMMER KITCII
en and live-room cottages, close In, pan
trios, closets and cellars; positively no
boys. Inq. 13-1 W. Cth So. S13S2
MODERN DWELLING-HOUSE; ALSO
Htble, capacity 12 head; storage-rooms;
centrally located, betw, R. G. W. and San
Pedro tracks. Inq. S. Ij. Ico Co. s13$3
WE WANT SOME HOUSES TO RENT.
HU1 Invest. Cn , 156 So. W. Temple. mllO
CTH SO., NEAR 3RD E., 6-ROOM
modern brick. $25.-
Cth So., near 4th E., 7-room modern
brick, tlo v
Cth E.. near 6th So . 6-room modern
7th So., near Cth E.. 6-room modern
2"d W. near Gth So., 5-room house, $17.
So., near Cth E., 3-room house, $10.
12th So., near 12th E., 3-room house. $5.
Rego Realty Co., No. S W. 2nd So.. Sulto
" "vi.1 1( talker Bank building. 'Phono
Rcge Realty Co., No. S W. 2nd So
1026 FIRST ST.. 7-ROOM HOUSE. IN
f,condlt,on. 530. C. W. Miller & Co..
112 W. 2nd So. , SM3
5-RM. BRICK, NEW. MODERN,
large cellar. $15 a mo.: close to car line.
Hubbard Inv't Co., 7S W. 2nd Sc. s72l
HOUSES, DIFFERENT SIZES AND
cjirreront localities; also unimproved resi
dence, business or trackage propertv for
sale; easy terms. Apply at 415 S. W. Tem
plo st. from 12 to 2 or after 5 p. m. s420
FOR SALE HOUSES. DIFFERENT
sizes and different localities, also unim
proved residence, business or trackage
property; ensy terms. Apply at 5 S. W.
icnipic st. rron 12 to 3 or after 5 p. m.
2 ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEP
Ing. $10 per mo. 35 So. 4th Eaat. s359
I LARGE ROOMS, SUITABLE FOR
office or living rooms. Apply Butler's
groci.ry, 210 State st. e2S9
GOOD STORE. WITH OR WITHOUT
bnscment. East 2nd South st. FrlLsch.
No. 12 East 2nd So. r2423
3-ROOM BRICK. CLOSE IN. C. E.
Taylor. 222 South West Temple st. r2399
A COMPARATIVELY NEW EIGHT
rcom modern brick house, furnished, fur
nace. Call at 75 Second st. Owner leav
SEVERAL DESIRABLE HOUSES. J.
Doanan Roavla. 7S W. 2nd So. 'Phono 171.
20 HOUSES. ALL KINDS. PRICES
and locations Tuttle Bros.. 119 Main ct.
LARGE STOREROOM ON MAIN ST.,
bet. 2nd and 3rd So. Houston Reul Es
tate Inv. Co.. 231 Main. pl0S3
3 UNFURNISHED SUITES IN JEN
nlngs block for bachelor apartments. In
quire 15 Yv. 2nd South, room 23. pllW
7 AND S-ROOM MODERN HOUSE;
ule&m nnd hot water heat: close In. James
K. Shaw, under Walker Bros.' batik. nlES3
7-ROOM HOUSE IN PARK TER
iace. Inqulro O. U. Hlskoy, 201 McCor
nlck blk pi7
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES. DOU
blc chln3 and all facial blemishes removed.
Eczema, pimples, oily skins, blackheads
and large pores cured. Mrs, Dwlnell Mc
Kay. The Cullen. suite 7C. s2454
GEORGE HATTON. STOCK BROKER,
No. 13 East 2nd So. Commission charged.
1'. fit 1 nrr rent Pfrt If Im I oo cant 'm. rn.
(Btcred mall to out-of-town patrons. You
pay no feo if you buy from or sell to mc
SUITS TO ORDER. $13 UP. FIT GUAR
antoed. Sorcnaen & Larscn, 145 W. 2nd
WHY PAY A BIT FOR A POOR CIGAR
when you can get tho Blue Point Pcr
focto for the same price, mado by Whlt
aker : Dallas, and sold by dealers every
TELL ME WHAT YOU SMOKE AND
I will tell you what you are. Smoko
Chesterneld Cigars, '1 for 25c. s218
MRS. C. M TRIPP. MASSAGE AND
magnotlc treatment. 35S S. W. Temple.
NEW OR 2ND-HAND. CASH. TRADE
or terms. Sorrcnson-Stoutt Co., 48 E. 2d So.
NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS. OS
car Groshell, sales agent. No. 221 Main st.
Expert cash register repairing. Second
hand registers always In stock. nl5S0
PATENTS FREE. CONSULTATION
office. 35 Eaglo blk.,; 2nd floor. dlOW
UTAH CARPET AND WALL PAPER
Cleaning Co. Carpets cloaned on tho iloor,
.feathers renovated. 'Phone 17S7-K. ell
... CLASSIFIED ADS...;!p
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FOR RENT FURNI3HED.
2 OR 3 ROOMS. WITH OR WlTHfll M
housekeeping. KK nth East. if
TWO ROOMS FOR HOU3EKEEPlH
tS; rear 29 South Fourth East f$,
2 NICE ROOMS FOR HOUSEKE1
lng, electric light and bath, ovcrvlh fc'
clean. 21 Church st., 1th So., bet vi
and Stnte. ' TjJ
NICE ROOMS. PRIVATE FAMI1 St'
closo In, rent reasonable. 231 E. 2nd 8 t-
2 AND n-ROOM SUITES" NlCa tjC
furnished, light housekeeping. 1C4 E.v
S. ? p
3 NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS F
housekeeping, ground iloor, modern.'
children. No. n Dubel ava, E. 2nd tit
2 ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKE1 fa
lng. 231 E. 3rd So. (U
FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, Wf
or without board. 2i.7 E. 2nd So. t Ek
NEWLY FURN. FRONT ROOMS P
Pleasant ave., -1th So., bet, 1st and(! f"
3 NICE ROOMS, 2 CLOSET8 Alfc'
good cellar, completo for housekeoplngl&v'
West 1st North. "iK"'
FRONT ROOMS. WITH OR WITHOIK.'
board, nlco parlor on ground floor, otelfT
heat. 70 W. 5th So. A
REAUTIPUL MODERN FRoJ
room, clean and fresh. 310 E. 1st So. 30EP
4 OR R BEAUTIFUL HOUSEKEEPiP
rooms, single or suites. 132 B. Tel, 120
FINE CLEAN ROOMS, WITH BAdHp
at the "Iowa." 24C W. 1st So. MB&.
1 OR 2 NICE ROOMS, WITH Wig
without housekeeping. 217 W. 4th So.jlH
TWO ELEGANT ROOOMS. NEwHB
furnished, completo for light houackilj
lng. bath and lights. Private famlly.'-Wiw
West Firth South. !
3 NICE FRONT ROOMS; HOUMBB
keeping. 150 North Main 81V3
3 FURN. HOUSEKEEPING ROOffjl
at 12 Quince nt. 'ftfl
LARGE. SUNNY, WELILo"catB
room; privato home; everything mod-H
G1S S. Main. SH
FURN. OR UN FURN RolMs7M
W. 1st South. Kimball block. sH
15-ROOM MODERN HOUSeTTaRtBR
furnished; close ln; 225 West 5th So. bhH
2 OR 3 MOD. FURN. OR UNFUJ1 V&
housekeeping rooms. 303 So. 5th East:
ROOMS COMPLETE FOR HOUS
keeping: also sIccplng-roo.ns. 63 SoA fjVA
West. f ;
fur. Large yard, barn, $22 50. 64 E. 5thEiOX,
THREE NICELY FURNIShJSIR1
front rooms, housekeeping. 150 Xoa'&a
BEAUTIFUL ROOMS: CLOSE T5t
cheap; from $S to $14. S77 S 2nd East, sliifct
FRONT ROOM. NEW BRICK, MOjlCQL
ern, with bath. ECS E. 3rd So
4 NICELY FUR. ROOMS, BATH.
housekeeping; no children. 555 So. 'ft' r
Temple st. ia .lsj
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, S34 CA ''$'
non st.. n-ur 2nd So and 7lh WeaL a
2 HOUSEKEEPING RMS,; MODERt ."5c
also other rooms and board. 1C7 W. 1st G oj;Al
8-ROOM MODERN BRICK. HOTVYY
lor heat; nicely furnished: east sldo. Ji .j
K. Shaw, under Walker's bank. rlJ
NEATLY FURNISHED FROc
room nt 334 E. 2nd South. r2(
5-ROOM COTTA'GE. BETWEEN 91 p 1
nnd 10th East. 2nd South. Tel. 13C3-K. tJ jgj (
ONE LARGE FURNISHED ROO
with or without housekeeping. 129 E-: 9
South. rt ill.
NICELY FURN. MODERN ROON
steam heat; cloau In. 325 S. 2nd Easr.N f5
CHEAP. FURNISHED ROOMS, WIT ifia,
or without housekeeping. 242 W. 1st i fir
OFFICE AND FURNISHED ROOM
modern 13 South Main sL
. 2 ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING i
hot, cold water, bath. 603 3rd East, pi! s,f
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGF
housekeeping; also rooms with or wit ?P
out board. bZl East First South. p- W!a
" V;: fel V
PHYSIOIANS AND SURQEDNO,
WOMAN SPECIALIST FOR WOMEJ
juiu iirooits, M. iJ.. consutution m
ARE YOU SICK? CAN NOBOE
euro ypu? Then try the Spirit physician l"J
they hI thrcusi Tr.e, C."me and se nr Y.E
Mrs. W. Heln. 35 W 5th So. !' jjgj
WHERE TO STOP. Jj JjjJ
THE CTAYTON, ROOMS $2.50 TO JI &i.
week. 21C So State st. rl ae(
ROOMS AND BOARD $1 DAY U T
weekly rates. 270 West So. Tomplo. rl tib
LINCOLN HOUSE. 68 E 1ST SOUTI J-n
200 rooms; rates. 2C and 25 cents. b15 Bo
- - - tfbei
RED SANDSTONE. $10.00 PER COR1 101
Brown Stone Co.. No. 11 E. 1st So., gr ouj fV!f
Iloor. rU jl.-
SCHOOL OF COOKERY.
MISS CANNON INSTRUCTOR; PAJfa;.
tlculars at. 24 E. So. Temple. 13. ?
CARPENTERS AND J0BBERWib!
H. F. WILLIAMS, CARPENTER AN T
Pattern md model making a apeclolt;
All kinds of Job work. 7; v
Sloro and ofllco fixtures, ; "7 We
160 E. 2nd South 'Phono 1053-Z. l
ROY WATROUS. C7 E. 3RD SO. BU butli
rator and Job work. Teh 1C75-Z. pj
DR. A. SCOTT CHAPMAN. DENTTS' JJT;
W3-6 Scott-Strcvcll bldg. 'Phono lfol-i J0
SUNBURST AND ACFRDi9 'e m
ploatlnff. Mrs. Jenncnsi, 17 E. 1st So, BA JJJ