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j i The Baut Lake Tbibuoti; MojStdat Morning-, FjEBimAitY 22, 1804. ' 9 ' H
BttiSSlFIED ADS I
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lMt RICHTBK C6.. U EAGLE
IfgWe of that address. 'Phono
Ik' II' OAKLEY-
1M faster than any other part
il.R jlu Inc restriction: No house
than "W You will, toe nur
KfRi'Si will go and look at "Oakloy"
wca ns lor tho same xnonoy In
MSrt oMho city. Why pay 0W
Wf- lot BnsU when you can buy
iTlWS a lot for $200 namo dlatanco
MW&d la iWh. car service first
'iSe the Unh-eraity car. 1st So. st.
-5 1 J? end of line and see tor your-
W 'vri Investment Co., 78 W. 2nd
3! te. 81,01
fS rTiuiLDING SITES ON ALL
!. 'jijbirtv pari;, very cany terms.
tfstrn'ent Co., 73 vr. CndSo.
it REE REALTY CO.
A1 ti" P- b- one b,ock cast c,ty and
K"rinc. a snap.
jl tarn' BHado and law; 50x140 fL
ll fnur.e between 6th and 7th East
li tad 10th So.; good barn and
if 731140 ft.; for C5 por cent of
B j 3
'fii Lx.- "b on Lake 6t. : '.0x140 ft and
7i ' i'ou can t beat this.
kaI b. and frame, on E. 5th So.;
ft lay'others. Call and seo us. as
K,ruve vrhat you want; and If wo
Mfo at the right price,
t forget that we do contracting
m ritf!r.s In all lis brunches; moko
j j til specifications without any
if (ho build and sell on small down
Vi :dS'?GE REALTY CO.,
4s F. M. Powell, Manager,
.'t IS and 17 Over Walker's Bank,
1 Kest 2nd So "Phono 1635-K.
M rpABTY OF IIOMESEEKERS
ul rtie auspices of Harrington & Court-
ill went to Churchill Co., Nevada,
J. -jUrate tho lands lying under the
9 Osvtrnment canals now being built,
if -jd on Thursday, Feb. 11th. Tho
X T-Ustcd of ten, as follows. Henry
' Ui7t"c. B. S. Harrington, George
m :j3t. C. G, Goss, Edith Mason. W.
1 ; 1L Walsh. G Mahar, W. E. Hlg
y :d!H. E. Eastman. They were high
Jill j3k4 with the country and tho work
Qji li Mny accomplished by the Gov
J)l: e; and mnde locntlono for them
1 nJ' Person wishing to learn tho
Mr rs ri these returned parties can get
Ul 3t the office of Harrington & Court
yl ,BW. Znd South, who would state
'm if that their second party will start
W ftrtia In a few days; the exact dato
'V M published In The Tribune. Any
w setltlcd to the rights of citizenship
m. ft! i home and a start in life. Come
irutlpate this proposition, llarrlng
g I Courtney 3M6I
S I RODS ON 2NTD ST.; WILL CUT
5 )R!t Wilder mil Invest Co., 156 So.
STj TeL K6-IC. sl2Gl
GET IN LINE.
jSicgi Realty Co. Is signing con
Si;iTY day now for houses on small
tStos, and you had belter call and
wdr1' 10 buy a noU3e boforo the spring
llK.upr!ec3 may rise.
fl'jfiu nave bargains In vacant and
l' S. ProP'-rty In all parts of tho
1 O-jr lists arc new, and the prices
gtt jiMiro can make the terms to suit
la n 'fT0Cm rooming-house, JJ25. A
(f ..ialn, and rent Is reasonable.
REGE REALTY CO..
I ' .- . F JI- POWELL, Mgr.
'j Itftft Second South St.
S gHmu 17, Walker Dank Bldg. s!023
t OES OP FINE LAND CLOOSE TO
pod water. $2(XW. C. W. Mil lor &
j Bff.frd So sl&18
flUWE A EUY LARGE LIST OF
si (or sale, and many exceptional
H; H .n"r Sandy water stock worth
i last year CO tons lucerne, price
wa brick, bath, toilet, e. 1.. 2x10 and
T .'t r-ear Srlgham & Q, ?23'j0.
I PJsed br, por bnth, toilet, e. 1.,
bt, Jth E., S2a; WOO cash.
53 mod, pressed br., hardwood
l; i.M Brig., close In, a gem. S500.
-Tiat building lot on Brig., 3. front,
1 ba,h. e- I-. etc., cor. lot 4x10,
aB tvo fronts, trackage. 5 now
W. rwtlng for U3, all for 500, a bar
Ill ? rrtaocd br.. por bath, toilet, e.
W rSr'J1"'1 lasemcnt. barn, etc., 2
A jfE3 Temple. t37C0
ft ' SSaS7iai that "ou can't bent. U'b
I 'rtS.i ;lne- la,8 rooms, hall, pan
S paV.iIdlng doors. Enstlnke fln
1 i''l-:lka i:om county bldg.. S1200;
9 n-4 " caf faro to pay here.
5 fi: r?tw u J)rcssed br- furnaco heat,
Wtvi . Ilc nsp!tnl. Jjm
two-story pressed br., por. bath,
jrA' ,ns osspment. ready for fur
St?.??r lot. E, 2nd So., 53500; terms.
all rn.1. mod- Pressed br.. nearly
Vlth w011" of water atock
i im na1- "W0- adjoining ground
M Per acre. It's a flnap.
tii ntar Liberty park, city
car line. 512CO,
cTihE fr 1 l0t9' faco L,bcrl5"
Ljjttle. No 4 W. 2nd So. alW2
POOM HOUSE WITH 3 A.
t f wrzala. C W. Miller & Co.,
5,?R0?M FRAME, CELLAR,
utehen, l)flrn, city water. $1200;
eaiance lime- 39 Jeremy Ht.
WrF;l,iI',ARi,S' ACREAGE; BIG
ixton o,ale naPer rreo ortlce.
C: Courtney, 1G W. 2nd So.
USClN;p? IS REAL ESTATE
L Miller & Co., 112 W. 2nd
AEfAL u ESTATE, MAKES
Ashton, iXn Desorot NewH
0?po,IEArj ESTATE INVEST
'treet cstat0 1111(1 ,0ftJ1 brokers.
BTELD. C3-C9 COM'L
105a and business property.
kLPlri CENT INVESTMENT,
fee ' cPcl"?d brlck nv rooms,
' cr1?eint. .walks ln 'ar1 and
4 'Lllsh si will rent for $20
o . e ?2gJ 5200 do'. bnl
et renu - Engduhl, 321 S.
SS i!5B town-sFlls REAL
lit BouiE0"0'' whites Insurance. No.
UARD, under Walker's bank,
iETATn, BARGAINS. U. P. R.
vjWlll3, 15 y. 2nd So. mlS37
tCnSF' MONEY TO LOAN.
- c cannon, 24 E. So. Temple.
FOR SALE REW. ESTATE,
A. C. SADLER. 112 WEST 2ND SOUTH
Real estate, loans nnd notary public
5250 each 2 64 choice lota in Eant'Wa
torloo "Nono better anywhere."
J325 A pair of nice lota ln Lincoln Park:
fine view of the city; car sorvlco; wator
iSOO 3x8 rodo on Cth East, fronts east:
$m-Flno building spot near county
iT-J1! lBt4 Scluth nctu" 8lh West.
?1&00 Brick cot,, G rooms, s. c; good lot.
51630 Light brick, 5 largo rooms, etc
s. e. '
5200-Cholco of red or buff brick, moderns-room
cottages: s. c.
51500 Large rooming-house; low rent-lcase-
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
M,v,N' 11 B- 131 Ground Floor.
53,000120 ncren southeast: good water
right; fruit, alfalfa, etc.; nil or part
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
$50016 acres, southeast; continual
stream running through It: small
house, barn, chlckon-coop: plenty of.
shade; also aunny side hill; Ideal for
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
$1,700 5-room brick; c. 1.. bath, hot and
cola water, nice electric fixtures,
lawn, shade, porch; party leaving
city, must sell; t, cash.
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
52,500 buys an elegant 5-room naw press
brick, with mantel, reception hall, 2
closets, largo pantry, 2 porches, por
celain bath, sink and basin, on pave
ment on 2nd South ot.
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
Ji'.GC-O C-room new press brick, modern:
porches front and back: cellar; lot
Mxl32 feet to alley; small payment
down, bahmce llko rent
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
No. 11 E. 1st South, Ground Floor.
2 -LOTS AND HOUSE, SOUTHEAST.
G-rm. house, "closo," rent $23, $1700;
4-nn. brick (cast). Iron fence. $1300.
7-rm. house, "close," east, $3300.
5 acres, "close," imp'd, trade for city
L. L. GODDARD, Under Walker's Bank.
52S00-EAST SIDE CORNER PAYING
10 por cent; a snap.
$10CO Southeast; cosy 4-room cottage;
$100 Southeast; beautiful, sightly build
ing lots; easy payments.
$3000 West Side corner, 20 rod3 frontage;
near tho railroads.
E. J. WILLS,
15 W. 2nd So., Room 20. slB-14
A NICE 5-ROOM HOUSE, TWO LOTS.
50xlC5 ft, to alley, small payment, bal. $15
per mo., $1100. C. W. Miller & Co.. 112
W. 2nd So. sl5
A. RICHTER, 19 WEST 1ST SOUTH ST.
$400 2-room framo; lot 25x145 feet; near
7th South and 6th West.
$1200 6-room brick, flowing well, lot 37&x
125 feet, near 0th South and 3rd
West; very east terms.
$13001133 East 5th South; splendid 4-room
frame; lot 24x10 rods; terms to suit.
$1750 l-room brick; closet, pantry, sum
mer kitchen; lot 3x10; near 3rd East
and 7th South; $400 cash and $15
5110021x10 rods on 11th East near 1st
$100010x125 feet to 10-foot alley, in rear on
R st. near 2nd; east front,
$72005x8 rods corner, facing south and
west on 1st st., with 10-room mod
ern brick cottage; ln first-class re
pairs; hot-water heat and all other
53000 An elegant 7-room modern 2-story
residence on 1st st.; hardwood floors;
$3700 The biggest snap of the season; 3
double brick houses. 3 rooms on
each side, and a 4-room brick; lot
CxlO rods: East Side, not very far
out- Could be made to pay $00 por
month rent. No better Investment
ln the city.
100 modern homes In the best part of
the city, from $2500 to $15,000. If you aro
looking for a home, there Is no question
but wnat you can bo suited,
A. Richtcr. 19 West 1st South st.; tel.
4-ROOM HOUSE ON F ST., 3x5 RODS,
$2250. C. W Miller & Co., 112 W. 2nd So.
REAL ESTATE. RENTS, LOANS, INS.
II 111 Invest. Co., 15C S. W. Tomple. k5
$1330 buys six acres choice land near lltii
E. and lllh So.
J230O Six-room mod. brick cottage near
$3250 Swell new modern brick cottage on
E. 2nd So.
$3500 Handsome modern 9-room brick res
idence, E. 2nd So.
5275 Building lot near R. G. W. depot.
5125 Building lots, 7th E. and 10th So.;
car line; easy terms. (
FOR SNAPS SEE US.
A. McKcllar & Co., 03' W. 2nd So.
4- rm. new, modern brick cottage, front
and badk porches; large, light and airy
bathroom; 2 clothes cloBcta; commodious
butler's pantry; elegant mantel and
grate ln front room, and every room elec
trically lighted. Will sell on cash pay
ment of $500 and balanco ln monthly In
stallments of 525. House close ln on East
Houston Real Estato Inv. Co., 251 Main.
AT A BARGAIN FOR CASH. IF
taken at once, 3 front lots on 2nd West,
near Paxton nve. Inquiro Angus Lambert
at Lambert Pnper Co., 51 W. S. Temple
'Phono 355. aC9'
BEAUTIFUL 4-ROOM PR. BRICK;
new; in rapidly growing part of city; $1500;
terms to suit.
5- room pr. brick; modem; oil finish; dry
cellar; $2200; $260 cash. bal. easy
Choice building lots on State st.
Choice building lots on 8th East; very
cheap and easy terms.
Hubbard Invt. Co.. 78 W. 2nd So. s90
.WE SELL REAL ESTATE, THAT'S
all. Tuttle Bros., H9 Main; red ball signs.
SMALL BLACK AND TAN DOG: AN
HWerr, to tho name "Mug;" had collar and
10O2 dog tax. Liberal reward by return
ing to Salt Lake Drug Co. ult
LADY'S ELGIN HUNTING CASE
gold watch on N. Main. Tribune Roward.
ONE YOUNG BRINDLE BULLDOG ON
Feb 11th. Return to P. A. Sorsenscn, 4S
E 2nd So, Sultnblo reward for roturn or
information leading to recovery of dog
ARNOLD-DICKSON BROS. OUR BUS
lness has almost doubled since moving to
S Main utrcct (near Second South).
Without asking questions wo tell your
namo and anything about business,
chanses? property, mines. Investments, all
love T affairs, Hlckness. friends, position,
awaults. papers, bright or dark future,
wcnlth or anything elso. Free If not cor
rect 10 to 9 dally; onen Sundays; also
reading by, letter What wo tell comes
true. Tolophono 2184-k.
" THimSDAY NIGHT WE HOLD AN
ihM wlndcrful materializing meeting,
when ever" one cat. sea and talk with their
st rlt friends. Forms appear unveiled.
ESvery ono welcome. Arnold-Dlckson Bros
159 S. Main
154 SO. W. TEMPLE. 'PHONE 2153-K.
J ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
struction; largo stock of latent chande
liers. Inter-Mt, Elcc Co., 45 E. 1st So.
ROOFING REPAIRS REASONABLE.
S. L. Gravel Roofing Co., 449 W. 1st No.
ENGRAVERS AND DESIGNERS.
DE BOUZEK ENG. CO. CUTS FOR
til purposes. 27 W. S. Temple. I-2SJ
JJ, ARGENTA LODGE NO, 3, F. AND
Vj3T A. M. At Masonic hall first Tues
day of each month. Members of
elRter lodges and sojourning breth
FRANK P. SHERWOOD. W. M.
MOSES C. PHILLIPS. Secretary.
WASATCH LODGE NO, 1. F. AND A.
M. Masonlo hall, second Friday each
month. Members of sister lodges and so
journing brethren ln good standing in
vited. A. BROWN, W. M.
A. J. LOWE, Secretary.
MT. MORIAH LODGE NO. 2, F. AND
A. M. Masonic hall, second Monday each
month. Members of sister lodges and so
journing brethren In good standing lu
vlted. JAMES H. BROWN. W M.
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL. Secretary.
EL KALAH TEMPLE. A. A O N. M.
S. Third Wednesday of each month. Ma
sonic hall at S p. m. All nobles Bojuorn
C. F, JENNINGS, Potentate,
A. BROWN, Recorder.
. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
DESERET CAMP 406 MEETS EVERY
Friday night at 8 o'clock ln Knights of
Pythias hall, 261 Main street.
WM F. LANGENBACKER, Consul
T. E. NEWMAN. Clerk.
WOODBINE CIRCLE NO. 41 MEETS
every Tuesday at I. O. O. F. hall.
SILVER MAPLE CIRCLE NO. 10S
moots every Friday night at I. O. O. F.
FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA.
EVERGREEN LODGE NO. 151 MEETS
every Monday at I. O. O. F. temple.
T E HARPER, F. M.
H. J, HESS, Secretary.
OQUIRRH ENCAMPMENT NO. 1.
Second and fourth Tuesdays. 8 p. m, I. O.
0. F. tenrnle.
UTAH LODGE NO Z EVERY
Thursday, S p. m., I. O. O. F. temple.
SALT LAKE NO. 2. EVERY FRIDAY,
8 p. m , at I. O. O. F. temple.
JORDAN LODGE NO 3. EVERY MON
day. S p. m., I. O. O. F. hall.
RIDGLEY LODGE NO. 9. EVERY
Thursday, 8 p. m., I. O. O. F. tomple.
ENTERPRISE LODGE NO. 15. EVERY
Wednesday, S p. m., I. O. O. F. temple.
FIDELITY LODGE NO 17. I. O. O. F.
meets every Wednesday night at 8 o'clock,
1. O. O. F. temple. Visitors welcome.
E. B. HENDERSON, N. G.
J. C. SMITH. Secretary.
REBEKAH NAOMI LODGE (D. OF
R.) No. 1. Every second and fourth Sat
urdays, 8 p. m., I. O. O. F. temple.
MIRIAM LODGE (D. OF R.) NO. 5.
Every first and third Saturday. 8 p. m., L
O. O. V. temple. Rcbckahs invited.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
MYRTLE LODGE NO. 1. EVERY
Tuesday. K of P hall, 261 Main street.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3.
Every Thursday evening. K. of P. hall.
CALANTHE LODGE NO. 5. EVERY
Monday, K. of P hall.
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 23, K. OF P,,
meets every Saturday evening, S o'clock,
K, of P. hall.
knights of the maccabees.
Everv Thursday, I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
SALT LAKE C?TYIIIVE NoT4
meets every first and third Tuesday, 8 p.
m.. I. O. O. F. hall.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
SALT LAKE AERIE NO. C7. EVERY
Friday, S p. m., A. O. U. W. hall.
and third Tuesday. 8 p. m., A. O. U. W.
Hs. L. COUNCIL, 1517. 2ND AND 4TH
Thursdays, Auerbach building.
H. A. JOPLIN. Reg.
E. L- JONES. Boa
DANISH BROTHERHOOD OF
HAABET LODGE NO. 73. EVERY 1ST
nnd 3rd Thursday, I. O. O. F. templn.
BAD DEBTS BOUGHT AND COL
lccted, at lowest rates; call. 232 News
JOHN J. WALLACE & CO.. D. F.
Walker bldg.. Salt Lake. Collect dobt,
any part of U. S. or Canada. Business
receives prompt attention. References,
Wnlker Bros. bank. Wrlto for torma.
NEW OR 2ND-HAND; CASH. TRADE
or terras. Soronsen-Stoutt Co.. 42 E. 2nd a
ELOCUTION, PHYSICAL CULTURE.
PIERPONT SCHOOL; COMMERCIAL
club bldg. Miss Plerco and Miss Davis.
BAKER SCHOOL OlF ORATORY.
Templeton bldg. Tolophono 1337-Y. s225
H. B. DAVIS. PLUMBING, HEATING,
sewer work. Tel. 1371-Y. 123 E. 2nd So.
DIAMOND AND ALL OTHER KINDS
eold by Clt. Coal Co., 63 W. 2nd So. Tel.
UNIfNS "AT HOME."
Now Federation Hall to Bo Opened
With a Brilliant Ball This
Tonight for tho first tlmo tho general
public will have a chance to seo tho In
torlor of the new Federation of Labor
hall at tho corner of Fourth South and
State streots. The two floors will be
thrown open to holders of tickets and the
officers of the various unions will bo hos
pitable hosts. This will be tho chief, If
r.ot the only observation of Washington's
Birthday ln this city, and that -rcat and
good man misses a great deal in not be
ing able to witness thA. strides that have
been mado by tho worklngmcn ln the
country ho helped to pstabllsh.
Besides giving on excellent programmo
and a number of addreswes in the big hall,
tho commtttco in charge will provide a
different form of entertainment In each
of tho small halln. There has been a very
largo ndvanco solo of tickets, and the
prospects aro bright for the dedication
Uric acid. Phosphates and Oxalate of
Lime deposits aro cured by Oregon Kidney
When the Century Owl has laid Its
eggs and their young shall have died
of old age, It will still be on our records,
if he don't pay. Merchants' Protective
association, sciontlflc collectors of bad
debts. Top floor Commercial block.
Francis G. Luke. General Manager.
"Some people don't like us."
RENTED. REPAIRED, EXCHANGED.
F. L Carter, 3rd So. Cor. W. Temple; tel.
NEW OR 2ND-HAND, CASH. TRADE
or term a. Sorunaon-Stoutt Co., 43 E. 2nd
FURNACES CLEANED BY EXPERT.
Houseclcanlng Co., 131 Main. Tel. 1070-K.
BOARD AND ROOMS.
TABLE BOARD AT 31G SOUTH 4TH
FRONT PARLOR AT MRS, H. W.
Hensler's. Rear 333 E. 2nd South. sl540
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH
board; modern. 158 N. Main. 1525
PLEASANT ROOMS. WITH BOARD,
at 411 South West Temple. Walker ter
race; closo ln. H1466
PLEASANT ROOMS WITH BOARD,
for gentlemen: Drivato family; $4.50 per
week. 66 East 1st North. sl2C4
ROOMS AND BOARD. OR TABLE
board; homo cooking. 112 So. 1st West.
ROOM AND BOARD WITH PRIVATE
family. 255 W. Eth South.
RATES. 270 W. SO. TEMPLE. 54
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOM AND
board for two. In ono of tho flnost prlvato
homes; closo in. 101 N. W. Temple st.
2 PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH BOARD,
In modern home. 137 N. W. Temple. rl247
SEIDLER BROS.. LADIES' TAILOR
lng a specialty. All work first class. 319
Main st. 31143
HAY, GRAIN AND COAL.
ZEILER BROS. COMMISSION CO..
removed from State st. to 59 E. 3rd So,
MOVING AND STORAGE.
REDMAN VAN AND STORAGE CO..
moving, packing and shipping. 'Phono 655.
Office 120 and 123 9. W. Temple. hISIS
UTAH JUNK CO , HIGHEST PRICE
paid for iron, brass, rags, bottles, rubber,
copper, etc 63 E. 8th So. 'Phono 223. bS12
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. Chorry, 407 D. F. Walker bldg.
Anv nmount to loan on furniture, pianos,
warenouse receipts, personals or any good
security. Soo us If you want money. Our
rates lowest ln city. Easy terms; plenty
of time. 129 Keith-O'Brien bldg. 1-2169
WE HAVE A LARGE SURPLUS OF
money on terms unusually favorable to
borrowers. Interest and expenses lowor
than any plnco ln Snlt Lako. The Homo
Trust & Savings Cojipany, 6, S, 10 West
First South street. rl923
ON CHATTELS OR REAL ESTATE
any amount; any time. O. F. Peterson, 53
W. 2nd So.
$10 TO $25,000 ON CHATTELS OR REAL
estato: prlvato. Equitable Loan and In
vcBt. Co., G3W. W. 2nd So. p742
ON ANY PROPERTY; YOU RETAIN
possession. The Stringer Co,. 70 W. 2nd S.
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS. EL
rqer E Darling & Co., C W. 2nd So.
$100-) TO $50,000, ONE TO FIVE YEARS;
farm or city property. James K. Shaw,
under Walker Bros, bank, p59
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS.
Miller & Vcllc, IXC McCornlck bldg.
ON FURNITURE. PIANOS OR GOOD
security, wlthouL removal, private. E. F.
Stolzenborgor, 15 W. 2nd So,, room 2S.
CITY AND FARM PROPERTY, 6 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 have tho
houso built first. We will advance tho
money as the house progresses. Lowest
rates. Part payment any time, and Inter
est reduced accordingly. McGurrln & Co..
134 Main street- mlSSC
COLUMBIA OPTICAL CO,, 260 MAIN.
Wholesale and retail manuf. opticians.
SECOND-HAND MINE AND MILL
machinery motors, pipe and rail of all
fllzcs. J. M. Swem, 33 Sc. 8rd We3t, e215
UNCLE SAM'S ARMY OF
EMPLOYEES AT CAPITAL
Nearly 24,000 Persons Necessary (o Conduct the Busi
ness of the Various Departments at Washington
Some Interesting Facts and Figures.
(Trlbuno Special Correspondence.)
WASHINGTON. D. C, Feb. 16.
What a vast, army of people It' neces
sary to run the machinery of the Gov
ernment ln the capital city of the na
tion J Few people have any conception
of the number or of the amount of
money necessary to pay this great
army. Many do not care. They are
employed In the various departments,
but 38 to exact, number few give It a
The blue book, which contains the
nameg of all the civil employees of Un- '
cle Sam, Is an Interesting document
containing Information regarding these
employees. It gives the name of each
employee, department or bureau where
employed, where born, from what State
appointed, as also Congressional dis
trict and the compensation, either an
nual, per diem or fees. To be exact,
Uncle Sam employs In the several ex
ecutive departments, Government
printing office and offices ln the District
of Columbia 23,757 persons, whose com
pensation annually amounts to $25,345,
576, or more than $2,000,000 a month.
The largest number appointed from
any one State or Territory Is from the
District of Columbia, viz.. 63G8. New
York State Is second with 2014. Mary
land Is third with 1639, nnd Pennsyl
vania fourth vIth but nine less than
Maryland. Then comes Virginia fifth
, f , I . V. 1CIC U l ..C4U -.,(!. 1 A I A HP'., n
Willi 1U1J, VlllU DlJlkll 11L1I .1U-1U. J. IkV
smallest number (3) come from Alaska.
Of the mountain and coast States,
California leads with 23S, Colorado sec
ond with 12C; Oregon and1 Washington
have the same, 60; then comes Montana
with 38, Nevada 33, Idaho 30, Wyoming
29 and Utah 27. By departments the
States of Idaho, Montana, Nevada,
Utah and Wyoming are charged with
appointments ns follows:
State, No. Comp.
Idr ho 5 $ I.S20.00
Montana i 7 0,960.00
Nevada 6 6.020.00
Utah a 2.100.GO
Wyoming 7 7.3S0.O0
Idaho 2 2.200.00
Montana 2 2.400 00
Utah 1 1.200.00
Wyoming a 3,330.00
Department of Justice
Montana 2 G.2CO.00
Utah 1 4,500.00
Montana 2 2,250.00
Nevada 1 1,400.0V
Utah 3 2.2S0.O0
Montana 1 776.21
Utah 3 3,032. Gl
Idaho 10 1S.2 10.00
Montana 10 '14.000.00
Nevada 11 15.5SO.00
Utah S 9.S2O.O0
Wyoming 9 10,600.00
Idaho 4 4.40O.M
Montana 5 G.ICO.OO
Nevada 1 1.400.00
Utah 2 2.900.00
Wyoming 2 . 3,930.00
Commerce and Labor
Idaho , 2 1.740.00
Montana '0 5.920.00
Nevada C G.2CO.G0
Utah 3 3.300.00
Wyoming 5 5.401.50
Government Printing Office
Idaho I $ 026.00
Montana ,. .3 3,205.12
Nevada 5 8.63-1. CO
Utah t 4.2S2.00
Wyoming 3 2.817.0")
It will be seen that there are no em-
POPULAR DRUGGIST GONE.
Death of Alvin V. Hosick a Sad Blow
to His Family and Business
Alvin V. ITosIck. ono of the best-known
pharmacists of the city, died at the Keogli
Wrlght hospital Saturday evening, Feb
ruary 20th. Mr. Hosick had a host of
friends and will be greatly missed. Dur
ing tho past fourteen years he has held
positions of trust with the leading drug
gists of tho city, having been with A. C.
Smith, J. B Farlow, F. C. Schramm, and
at the tlmo of his death with the 55. C. M.
I. drug department. Ho was a Mason of
long standing and also a member of the
order of Woodmen.
Ills wife and young son arc heartbroken
ln their bereavement. Tho deceased was
39 years of age.
Mr. Hosick camo west about fifteen
vears ago from Ohio, and was married ln
thlB city February 8. 1901. Tho Immcdlato
causo of his death was septlcomia arising
from chronic cystitis.
Tho funeral services will bo held Tues
day, February 23rd at 2 p. m. at tho fam
ily" residence, 15S North West Temple
Bad debts1 recorded with us are saved.
The records won't come off till they pay.
Merchants' Protective association,
aclentlflo collectors of bad debts. Top
floor Commercial block. Francis G.
Luke, General Manager.
f "Some people don't like us."
Blue Point Perfectos, Two for 25c.
Are sold by all dealers. Manufactured
by Whltaker & Dallas. 51 West 2nd
South. Telephone 20G2x.
FOREST RESERVES AND
RAILROAD LAND GRANTS
WASHINGTON. Feb. 21. Senator Hnn3
brough has Introduced a bill which pro
vides that no forest reservation hereafter
shall be created covering any lands within
the limits of any railroad grant.
It Is provldod further that whore a tract
of' land covored by an unperfected bona
tldo claim or by a patont Is Included with
in the limits or a public forest reservation
hereafter created, tho settler or owner
may relinquish tho tract to tho Govern
ment and receive ln return full compen
sation as may be ugrced upon between
the Sccrotary of tho Interior and the par
tv so relinquishing.
"Any exchange of lands which hereafter
may bo surrendered within a forest re
Bers'e horotoforc created shall be allowed
only for landn of a llko character, wheth
er such exchange Is made through tho
medium of land scrip, right of soloction
Bern tho 4 Tho Kind Yoj Have Always Booghl
ployces- in the State department from
the mountain States. The several de
partments, as stated, employ 23,757 peo
ple, divided as follows:
Treasury ; 6,4 19
Commerce and Labor 1.27H
Printing office 4,021
The division by States and Territories
and the annual compensation Is as fol
lows: No. Comp.
Alabama y, $ 210.570.84
Alaska , 3 4,500.00
Arizona 14 15,779.60
Arkansas 117 114,007.3;
California 233 29S,942.91
Colorado 126 161,054 45
Connecticut 230 233,353. 95
Delaware 77 81,911.8-1
District Columbia 6.363 5,221,558.79
Florida BO 94.344.12
Georgia 334 366.168.71
Hawaii 5 4,065.00
Idaho 30 32.026.(0
Illinois 862 1,072.523,51
Indiana GOO 704.5S8.5l
Indian Territory 14 15.242 CO
Iowa 593 615.G72.78
Kansas 2S9 369.030.93
Kentucky ; 311 302.G51 34
Louisiana 139 155,489.34
Maine 209 295,142.45
Maryland 1,639 1,672.795.95
Massachusetts 624 824.012.22
Michigan 447 571,604.85
Minnesota 251 307,670 85
Mississippi 163 180,352 .46
Missouri 420 51S.719.55
Montana 3S 47.761.30
Nebraska 19S 212.555.52
Nevada 33 34,254.00
New Hampshire 133 179.335.72
New Jersey CS2 474,005.29
New Mexico 24 34,270.60
New York 2,014 2,559,391 12
North Carolina 350 352,655.23
North Dakota 17 r.0,974,S2
Ohio 1,040 1,260.836.23
Oklahoma 32 32.619.92
Oregon 60 0,504.0)
Pensylvanla 1,630 2,015,717.03
Philippines 3 2.440.00
Porto Rico 9 8.350.00
Rhode Island 71 S9.037.5i
South Carolina 217 224,719.94
South Dakota G8 79.133.48
Tennessee . 320 380.CSS.8S
Texas 277 312.5W.17
Utah 27 33.534, 64
Vermont 146 178.464.53
Virginia - 1,515 1,340,161 21
Washington 60 C7.555 20
West Virginia 347 370,573,52
Wisconsin 203 391.841.89
Wyoming 29 39,451.50
Totals 23,757 $25,343,576.00
A. F. PHILIPS.
Bad debts recorded with us are saved.
The records won't come oft till they pay.
Merchants' Protective association,
scientific collectors of bad debts. Top
Moor Commercial block. Francis G.
Luke, General Manager.
"Some people don't like us."
AT THE HOTELS.
Yesterday's arrivals at the Cullcn were:
James WlllIamH. Charles Ruch, B. Dedfe
rlck. Denver; F. W. Burke, American
Falls. Ida.; Georgo M. Miller and wife.
Huntington; Charles Bornholdt. Lowls
Brcnher. Atlantic, la.; George Davis,
Sandy; W. N. Ennerhean. J. J. Mahonoy,
O. W. Brady, Omaha; Charles Sconguo,
wlfo and son, Oswego, N. Y ; J. IJ, Smith
son, Slatren; H L. Slates, Buffalo, N. Y.;
W. W. McCurdy. Llvermore; E. C. Sweet,
Kansas; E. J. Kearnes. Gunnison; R. N.
Ivory, Park City; M. W. Andrcyz, Park
City; T. A. Lackland, Ida Peterson,
Pocatcllo; M. AV. Bird, R. E. Kremersf
C. S. Crandall, Bingham; N. V. Chapman,
Nareberry E. S. Anderson, Pocatello.
NEW WILSON EUROPEAN.
Arrivals at the New Wilson European
yesterday were: C O. Baxter, J. IT. Cun
ningham, W. S. Hunnewcll, Chicago; S.
M. Barlow, M. F. Bowes. San Francisco;
W. O. Johnson. Los Angeles; D. M.
Cooper. L. Peachman, Moab; O, R. Dlb
blcc, Kansas City; W. G. Mabory. Colum
bus, O. ; D. L. Burroughs and wlfo, Mason
City, 111.; Fred Shalda, Evanston. Wyo.;
Fred Simon. Louisville, Ky.; T. J. Ran
dall and wife, Sacramento; S. Garo, Bos
ton; Dr. C. A. Gowans, Logan; F. G.
Barthold and wife, Denver; T. IT. Dono
van, Fort Duchcsno; L. J. Bnchofsk, Cen
tral City. Colo.; Carl Johst, Peoria. Ill;
Henry Jacoby, E. J. Stoltz, New York;
M. A. Gunn and wife, Bingham; A. J.
Williams, T. F. Boreman. S. A. Raddon.
Park City; M. Beason, Ogdcn; A. Rcln
hardt, New York; C. Harmon. BInghnm;
B. F. Slnschclmer. Portland; D. S. Ton
rlo and wife, Pocatollo; W. C. Rarlg, Og
den; F. F. Grlder and wife, Cadiz, O.;
Mrs. V. B. Rowe. Fort Wayne, Ind.
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."
0GDEN AND RETURN $1.00
Feb. .22nd, Via Rio Grande.
Train leaves Salt Lake 10:50 a. m.
Return about G'15 p. m. from Ogden.
McCoy's livery stable for carriages
and light livery. Telephone 81.
FIRST PRESIDENT OF
Dr. Amador Assumes Reins of Gov
ernment and Names His Cabi
PANAMA, Feb. 21. Dr. Amador was
Inaugurated first President of the Re
public of Panama this afternoon before
the National constitutional convention.
The inauguration occurred' in the plaza
In front of the cathedral. The lnau-,
guratlon Is being celebrated wtlh great
enthusiasm In this city tonight.
President Amador has appointed the
Minister of Government and Foreign
Relations, Tomaa Arias, ConEcrvatlve.
Minister of Justice and Public In
struction, Julio Fabrega, Conservative.
Minister of Finance, Francisco Es
Minister of Public Works, Manuel
Qulntero, Liberal. j
FEEBLE OLD PEOPLE. ; I
Fot All Such People in Salt Lake City ' I
We Guarantee Vinol "Will Create j
Health, Strength and Vitality, ji tM
or Roturn Money. j j vm
Hundreds of old people right here In 1 IH
Salt Lake City need just such a j VU
strenglhmaker and bodybuilder as our Mmmm
delicious cod liver oil preparation, Vlnol. U
and we simply cannot understand why i nM
they will continue to drag out a half- Wmmm
dead and half-alive existence, when wc mtWm
guarantee Vlnol will Infuse new life, ln- ! i
vlgorate every organ in the body, stop H
the natural decline and make them well,
vigorous and strong.
If you want to know how an aged, Utmm
feeble, discouraged man or woman may IH
be made active, cheerful and vigorous, i
rend Uilf letter: M
Mrs. Catherine Therer of Albany, N.
Y., writes: "Six months ago 1 felt that
I was broken down by age, and I was
doomed to the weak and feeble condl-
tlon of old people. The slightest exer-
lion tired me, and I had no strength.
My daughter brought me a bottlo of
Vlnol. I soon felt an Improvement; I j
continued Its use, and am now well, )
cheerful and stronger than I have been ' tmumm
for years; in fact, I feel 10 years 1
Vinol Is not a strong stimulant which i W
reacts on the system, but it Is a genuine IH
tonic and bodybuilder which creates j1
strength by building up every organ In M
the body to do Its work as nature in- j
tended, and makes rich, red blood. In (
this way it stops the natural decline and ,
replaces weakness with vigor, Wc wIbIi i
every old person in Salt Lake City !
would try Vlnol on our guarantee to re-
turn money If It fails. Take a do.e of H
Vlnol after each meal nnd every' night IH
before retiring and note Its beneficial
effect. Druehl & Frankcn and Smith ,
Drug Co. I M
THREE MEET DEATH i!
IN GAS EXPLOSION ;i I
Accident at Lackawanna Steel Works ,
in Buffalo Deals Death and VM
Maims Several. UUUM
BUFFALO, N. Y-, Feb. 21. Two men 1
were asphyxiated, one waB burned to
death and several were seriously injured
in an explosion of blast-furnace gas at
the plant of the Lackawanna Steel com- I
pany today. ,
Tho dead are: Georgo Reynolds, a ma- .
son; Michael S. Smith, a mason: Frank IH
Prcnatt, employed In the power-house. jH
The explosion occurred near power-house ( 1
No. 2. A large reservoir Is located there. IH
In the chape of a tubo 100 feet long and IH
about ten feet in dlarneter. It was stored I IH
with gas to bo used aa motive power for j IH
a large blower engine.
Smith and Reynolds wero working in
the reservoir behind a bulkhead today. A IH
pleco of the bulkhead was removed ln I
the course of tho oporutlon. A valve
which tho men thought had been closed i i
allowed gas to flow into the tank. They I
tried to escape, but wero overcome boforo i H
they could reach tho exit , ;
A torch used by the men was left be- I IH
hind, and when the gas reached It a ter- I IH
rlrlc explosion occurred. Frank Prcnatt , ( H
and tho men were trying to removo ono ' IH
of tho unconscious men when tho oxplo- , ) IH
slon occurred. All of them were hurled IH
into the air. Prcnatt died In a few niln-
utes. Alexander Sanders was terribly ! H
SULL FIGHT ' H
At Ogden, Fob. 22nd. J 1
A scientific exhibition of Spanish '
bull-fight, Ogden, at baseball park. IB
Train leaves Rio Grande depot 10:50 a. , IH
m. Returning leaves Ogden 5:45 p. m.
RAILROAD FOR VERNAL. H
Moffat Road Will Undoubtedly Tap i
Ashley Valley nnd Its Lively
Metropolis. : jH
C. H. Smith one of the officials of the
Moffat road and Engineer Riltenhouse IH
have just finished a trip to Vernal,
where they have been for the purpose of i jH
looking over the country ahead of the j j
surveyors who are running the prcllml- jH
nary line. While at Vernal Mr. Smith t
announced that It Is the purpose of the l
road to run two lines by what Is known ' H
as the "upper and lower routes." , ;
In traversing the country surrounding 1
Vernal the railroad men were accompa-
nled by Commissioner A. S. Richardson I : H
of Jenson, Mr. Smith expressed great IH
enthusiasm over the prospects of tho llH
country and stated that the road would H
undoubtedly pass through Vernal. 1
Record It. ' jH
When the Century Owl has laid Its (
eggs and their young shall have died iH
of old age, It will still be on our records, ' H
if he don't pay. Merchants' Protective .
association, scientific collectors of bad '
debts. Top floor Commercial block. , H
Francis G. Luke. General Manager. 1H
"Some people don't llko us." 1 .H
! SEARCHED IN VAIN. ,
Folico Officers in Plain Clothes Wero , !
Unable to Got a Drink )' I
Poltco officers as plain clothes men
failed yesterday to discover any violators H
of tho Sunday liquor ordinance. Three of- , I H
flcors wero detailed to that duty, but all ( 1 H
efforts to find a saloon where drinks wore ' H
bolng served were fruitless. H
The arrest of the bartender of tho Znng .
last Sunday has mnde other saloons wary, J H
and if any are kept open on Sunday they ' H
arc wlso enough to do so without dlscov- H
cry on tho part of tho officers. Nearly t
ovcry saloon In tho uptown district was '. H
closely watched by the officers in civilians'
clothing yesterday, but no arrests were ( H
made. I !
Record your bad debts with us. Wo ' iH
may collect it; if we don't It's on record jj !
and It stays. Merchants' Protective M iH
association, Scientific collectors of bad 1 1 IH
debts. Top floor Commercial Block, I H
Francis G. Luke, General Manager. 1 ,H
"Some people don't like us." i iH
OGDEN EXCURSION 1 J
Washington's Birthday. I ,H
Fare $1 00 for the round trip via the 'H
Rio Grande. Leave Salt Lake 10. 50 a. iH
in. Everybody Invited. r