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Pj 12 The Salt IuAKE Tjribitnb: Thxtrsday Mokntn"g, Eebbuary 25, 19(M. J ;
I! HANG ON TO UMBRELLAS
' Tho balmy summery atmosphoro ot yes
d fcerdav Is, according to tho local weather
'-n, (forecaster to give
I jiawWnh iway to rain or snow
j jjuiivfitv today. Tho showers
I FMa thai fell during
1 jlAi (Tuesday night It ap
I &1M tncars wero not heavy
' MiSX&et lonouch to mako up
-Mvft 'or an existing do
1 ifws iilclency In prcclplta
StMlfeT " alon, and as a con
" filffKSfflfek Voqucnco a snow or
i rainstorm mutjt
1 jflo?j3 7x f'he high mark for
i taL f j 1 tho thermometer yos
v .-: - tcrday was 61 do
i KTccfl and tho low 40. nuiklw it tho waxm
j cat day this far this season. Tho rocora
' at other points waa: Mln
J -n-,.r Cloudy..&i' 3S
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J Tho Continental Life Insurance- and
i .Investment company. Governor H. i.
i Veils, president: H. Tyrcc. v cc-prcsl-A
dent and general nmnajcr: "J . S. mc
ij Cornicle, treasurer; TV. H. Cunningham.
S secretary. Is now organized and read
for business. C-mce rooms, 301 to oOo
J Descrot News building.
5 CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD
i H M, Cuehing. traveling passenger
3 ngont of tho Rio Grande Western, is ox-
! .pected to return from Denver today.
Theo Turner of Boise, State Auditor of
ij-lm vrni a vis tor in Salt LaKo City
vesterday? During the day ho called upon
Stato Auditor Tingey and the two had a
A meeting of principals will bo held tills
Afternoon at -1 o'clock at tho ro:nont
school. Miss Etta Powers, principal of tho
Riverside school, will speak on lho
School Garden" and Miss KUa Dukes will
talk on tho teaching of English In tho
high echool and tho grades.
i This has been set aside as a day of hu
miliation and prayer by tho Christian mis
sionary societies of the country, an inter
denominational service will bo hold at tho
First Frcsbvtcrlnn church this afternoon
at 2 :C0 o'clock. All who are Interested are
most cordially invited to attend this scr
jvlce. T. A. Benton, general agent of tha Rio
Grande Western, was nt his desk yester
day for the first time in three -weeks, ho
hartng been confined to his apartments
In the ICnutsford by illness. Ho has al
most entlroly recovered and Is assailing
the accumulated business with his old
At a mooting of directors of the Utah
Light and Railway company, held yes
terday morning an order was mado au
thorizing the management to make a rate
of 12 cents per kilowatt hour for the light
ing of churches and orphanages. This la
a reduction of about 20 cr cent from the
regular rate. It Includes Ogden as well as
Ben R. Majors and Frank Connors, tho
convicts charged with assault on a guard
during tho recent outbreak at the Stato
prison, will be arraigned beforo Judgo
DIehl at 10 o'clock this morning. Tho
tlmo was fixed by the court at the request
of Attorney F. T. McGurrln, who will
represent Majors'. A. J. Weber will ap
pear for Connors at the same time.
Articles of Incorporation of the Union
Gas and Pipe Lino company, organized In
this city, vero Hied In tho office of tha
I County Clerk yesterday. Tho limit of the
I capital stock Is placed at $100,000, divided
into shares of tho par valuo of SI each.
The officers are as follows: W. S. Ravens
croft, president; J. W. Bolleau, vlce-presl-1
'dent; Thomas J. Almy, secretary and
ELNUTSFOBD HOTEL. j
The one place for comfort and ele- j
Bance. Fireproof; telephones In every
room; modern In every way.
ID. J. Sharp Coal Co.
Ofrice. 73 South Main street. Tele
phones 719 and 430.
Yard No. 1, 1st South bet 3rd and
'4ih T7est. Telephone 719-3 rings.
! Tard No. 2. 12th South and 11th East,
! Telephone 693.
I Yard No. 3. State bet. ISth and 14th
South. Telephone 105.
Ladles o the Central Christian
church will serve dinner from 12 until
2, Thursday and Friday, February 25th
and 2Sth. at 21 East First South. Price,
I STREET FORCE
SUPERVISOR CONDIE "NOTIFIES
HIS WOBEN" THAT THEY
I ARE OUT OF JOBS.
It remains to be seen, today whether or
not the laborers In the Street department
intend to keep at work or voluntarilygive
up their Jobs. Street Supervisor P. S.
j Condle has been convinced by tho Mayor
find tlio opinion rendered by City Attor
ney Dey, and all of the men, except thoso
whoso positions were created by direct
act of the Council, walked out yesterday
morning after listening to a harangue
rom their boss. Mr. Condle mounted a
7&tth1 at tho city's barn on Stato street
and told the men. that ho could no longer
employ them without paying their salaries
out of his own pocket or nt the risk of
ills bondsmen. Ho told them that by get
ting a note from tho Mayor they would
again bo put to work.
A largo portion of the men called upon
Mayor Morris and asked for lho noto
suggested. Tho Maydr, however, refused
to do anything for them, and told them
that they would have to ivalt until tha
Council had enacted tho ordinances crea
ting their positions. About fifty men havo
quit work, and It romalns to bo seen this
morning whether they intend to stay out
or take up their shovels and brooms and
earn their pay as thoy havo been doing
IB Blue Point Perfecfcos, Two for 25c.
I 'Are sold by all dealers. Manufactured
j.1 fby Whltaker fc Dallas. El West 2nd
Eouth. Telephone 2062x.
BREAK INTO A STORE
Youthful burglars broke Into the Fifth
i arfl Co:P store, at tho corner of Third
West and Seventh South street. Tuesday
1 night, securing $25 In cash and a small
quantity of candy. That tho work was
done by boys Is evidenced by tho fact that
entrance -was gained through a small tran
l Bom over tho door leading Into the meat
market, after which tho burglars mado
their way Into the adjoining room, occu-
BJBH Tiled by the grocery store by bursting a
panel from the door between and crawling
through. After emptying the cash drawer
IJH they left tho placo by the back door, which
JBJH they left open. Sovoral boys who wcio
necn lounging about the storo early In tho
Hl 4 ?,Tcnlng 0X0 suspected a the crdmo and It Is
likely arreata will bo made-
COUNCIL AT WORK
FOR SAFER THEATERS
Tho proponed amendments to tho now
flro ordlnanco of Councilman HartenBteln
woro discussed by tho mombors of tho llro
and municipal laws committee last night
Manager Pypcr of tho Salt Lake theater
and Managers Hammer and Jones of the
Grand wero present and talked with tho
Councllmen. Mr. Jones sorlously objected
to tho provision of tho ordlnanco requiring
moro oslt3 and argued that the Grand
theater can bo emptied at any tlmo In two
and a half minutes. Tho managers stato
that this has been a dull soa-son In tho I
theatrical lino and for that v reason ob-I
Jcctcd to tho adoption of an ordlnanco
that would entail any great outlay of
Tho amendments that will be Included in
the original draft of the ordlnanco as here
tofore mentioned will provldo that In all
playhouses with a seating capacity of 500
or moro that at least ono separata pass
ago way shall load from tho gallery to
tho street; that then shall bo no slops In
tho aisles on the main lloor, but that It
shall be of a gradual slant; that the wall
between tho auditorium and the stngo be
constructed of metal, brick or llreproof
material; that a curtain of meUil. asbestos
or other llroproof material bo fitted over
tho proscenium opening and raised before
and lowered after each performance; that
red lights bo placed over tho ox Its, and
that tho exits bo plainly marked in largo
The committees will report on tho adop
tion of tho ordlnanco with these amend
ments, and ir passed by lho Council It will
be mado effective on September 1st. beforo
the opening of next season.
Thu street committee acted favorably
upon IJwi petition of Putnam Duncan, ask
ing for tho privilege of placing galvanized
Iron boxes upon the- streot for the recep
tion of wnsto paper and the "ke. Mr.
Putnam proposes to take caro of the boxes
and keep thorn emptied for tho privilege
of placing advertising matter upon them.
The boxes nro to be marked "City Wusto
Paper Box" and to bear tho name of the
street upon which they stand. The peti
tioner will give tho city S per cent of tho
net earnings realized. He Is limited to
placing thrco boxes upon any ono block
and the life of the grant Is fifteen years.
Another petition from A. S. Brown, ask
ing tho same privilege and offering to give
tho cltv t per cent, which was raised to
10 per cent, was turned down for the rea
son that tho petitioner was given a similar
grant about two years ago, but nover did
nnythlng with it.
On tho recommendation of Mayor Morris
tho license committee granted a free
license tn Mrs. Rosy Labor to act as a
stock broker and sell mining claims. Mrs.
La her In her petition stated that alio was
suffering with a broken arm and unable
to earn a livelihood.
TELLS OF THE WORK
OF Y. M. C, A. FOR BOYS
Local members of the Young Men's
Christian association entertained George
B. Hodge, tho international secretary o
the educational department, Wednesday.
Mr. Hodge came to the city to urge the
importance of the educational branch of
tho Y. M. C. A. work, and he was given a
line audience at the Commercial club In
tho afternoon, at which tlmo he explained
tho purpose and scope of lho association's
labors for the better education of young
men who during the day ar. employed.
Prof. Hodge gavo many examples of tho
good results that are being had in other
cities In the United States and ho urged
on thoso who havo in chargo tho building
of tho new Y. M. C. A. homo on First
South and State streets, tho Importance
of making every possible provision for the
education of the employed young men of
Salt Lake City. Ho especially pointed out
the needs of ample dormitory space In the
new building, on the grounds that in the
Western country there Is a greater per
cant of tho young men without homes than
In tho East. Tho importance of having
tho voung men under Christian Influences
and "in constant touch with moral asso
ciates was discussed at some length.
Last evening at tho First Congregation
al church. Prof. 1 lodge delivered his Illus
trated lecture, entertaining the audience
with many Interesting views of tho scopo
of lho association's work. Scores of views
wero presented and cleverly explained and
commented on by tho lecturer.
Secretary Hodgo's visit to Salt Lake has
been verv much appreciated by thoso In
terested In this phase of tho Y. M. C. A.
work, and It Is believed that It will bo tho
means of Inaugurating a system of night
schools that will have a far-reaching ln
lluence on the young men of the city.
ABSOLUTE CURE FOR
THE GAMBLING HABIT
A nc'w penalty for gambling, which
would do moro to discourage the practice
than any increase In lines, was put Into
effect last evening on Second South strcot
at tho corner of Commercial. Tho guilty
man was a little hack driver and tho cruel
and unusual punishment was Inflicted by
his largo and muscular wife.
The woman had evidently been shadow
ing her husband, for she had no difficulty
In locating him In an upstairs gambling
house. She persuaded another hackman
to go up and call her husband out. Tho
man wanted stepped out on the sidewalk
and approached his better half.
"Did you want me?" he asked.
For reply the woman planted a heavy
blow under his right eye and followed It
with a poke on the left.
DRIFT OF P6LITICS.
"Tito reward which tho Herald Is receiv
ing as a result of tho city election last
fall," remarked a citizen, "Is a kind of
treatment that is calculated to make the
averngo man think ho had been up against
a skin game. For Instance, about the first
thing Mayor Morris did was to remove
Mr. Igleheart, the manager, from tho
library board, and that, too, without as
signing any reason for It Then City
Recorder Crltchlow Is feeding a so-called
'gutter snipe' publication that abuses tho
Herald, and everything else that Is decent
by giving to It legal printing that Is clear
ly duo to the Democratic party newspaper.
And to top lho whole thing oft Mayor
Morris has tried lo foist on tho public an
appointee who Is a bitter enemy to the ed
itor of tho Herald. This is ingratitude
with a vengeance. Mayor Morris and Re
corder Crltchlow would not have been in it
for a day had it not have been for tho
heroic and effective support of tho ner
ald. Now they both have virtually told
Mr. Igleheart and his newspaper to go to
the dcmnltlon bow-wows."
A condition In local politics that Is es
reclally confusing to the stranger Is the
almost constant tight between the Mor
mon and Democratic newspapers, and tho
fact that each of these papers rush to tho
dffenac of the Mormon Democratic Mayor.
The only apparent reason for this mix
ture is that each of these newspapers
may be said to have been the father of tho
Mayor, and a mutual feeling that Mayor
Morris needs all tho defense that can be
The esteemed Herald tore up the turf In
Its labor to elect Mayor Morris and his
confederates in office, and now It has no
possible line on them. Yet, like the good
fellow that he Is, Editor Igleheart sticks
to his bargain like grim death. Ho Is said
to have gone up Into tho mountains, a time
or two of late, and swore a fow, but there
was no car to hear him and the secret Is
his own. '.
Whatever possessed-?Maybr. Morris to
begin tho row ot the last Couhcll meeting
by lambasting the heads of several of tho
departments of the city is a thing that tho
politicians were speculating on all day
yesterday. One of them said: "It was tho
most stupid thing I over saw. Tho Mayor
might havo known that tho Republican
would not stand for It. It would have
been stultifying themselves. And besides
tho departments attacked aro in most
competent hands. If Mayor Morris does
not recede from his stand ho will bottle
himself up for his entlro term."
"Tho folly of tho Mayor's advisers In
permitting that official to attack the Re
publicans before tho patronago question
had been sottlcd," remarked another cltl
ben, "Is ono of tho worst pieces of mis
management I havo ever seen, I wonder
If It Is possible that ho thought he could
whip enough of tho Council Inlo line to
support his measures, after refusing lo
treat even his own church friends fairly?
It would soem that way. I happen to
know that everything possible was dono
to Induco Mayor Morris to prevent tho
deadlock In the appointment matter. Ho
was made concessions that the most hide
bound partisan Is compelled to admit were
fair. And his refusal to meet tho ma
jority of tho Council half way Is a bit of
stubbornness that approaches very nearly
to Insolence. So far as I am concerned f
favor Indorsing the stand of tho Re
publicans, and I believe tho people of Salt
Lnko who bellevo In fair play will with
hold their support of the Mayor, loo, until
Lo offers to deal fairly In the matter."
Councilman Fernstrom drew from tho
majority of the Council a statement Tues
day night that It 13 believed the "Terrible
Swede" soon wished hail been let rest In
tho hands of the committee. The state
ment took up In det'dl the smooth letter
of Mayor Morris congratulating tho Coun
cil on Its election, and calling for harmony
and fairness In the matter of the appoint
ments, and It explained tho arbitrary and
un-American courso of the Mayor in at-
"Wha what's the matter?" the husband
gasped as ho vainly attempted to sidestep
the hurricane of blows.
"You know what's the matter!" replied
the woman, and at the thought of her des
titute children and her own household ne
cessities she resumed the chastisement.
"You will gamble away your money
when your wife and family are suffering
for something lo ent! You will make a
good fellow of yourself while your chil
dren aro in rags! I'll show you whero
By this time a crowd had begun to
gather. The policeman who had main
tained an attltudo of sympathetic neutral
ity while tho man was getting tho worst
of it began to bestir himself. Thereupon
the angry wife took her lord by the arm
and led him down tho street, where they
were soon lost, in the crowd.
tempting to deprive the Republican mem
bers a Just proportion of tho patronage.
Tho report mi read declared that the
Mayor attempted to Ingratiate himself
Into the good will of the Council by adopt
ing a manner of address that would bo
calculated to win their confidence, and
that at the first opportunity he attempted
to compel tho Republicans to Indorse tho
appointments of "renegades and bolters."
Tho report r.as a frank and manly state
ment of the attltudo of tho majority mem
bers, and Chairman Prcece and his com
mittee aro being congratulated on their
loyalty and the manliness of their stand.
It Is held that It was not the purpose of
the committee to make public the stub
born course of tho Mayor officially, but
that the rabid language of Councilman
Fernstrom and his undiplomatic threats
forced the majority In Council to explain
their attitude. Tho explanation. II Is be
lieved, was a line bit of work and It leaves
the Mayor naked before the people.1
Discussing tho foregoing phase of lho
patronage question In tho Council, a citi
zen remarked that the "fool otand of
Fernstrom leaves no doubt of tho source
of tho Mayor's Information on party pol
icy. He unquestionably has been led by
the blind and both have fallen Into tho
ditch. The Mayor should extrlcato him
self and get him another spokesman and
adviser. Tho 'Swede Is a clear-cut fail
ure." Mayor Morris opened the ball at Tues
day night's mee'ilng of Council by Incor
porating In a communication to Council
an unwarranted reflection on several of
tho city departments. Its language was
so plainly an Insult that the Recorder had
scarcely finished tho reading of the com
munication tlwn Councilman Black en
tered protest. This brought forth an un
dignified reply from Councilman Fern
strom. in which he said the Mayor's castl
gatlon was Justified. Fernstrom oven
made some Insinuations that had a sort of
criminal coloring, but lacked the courage
to specify. The temper of the majority
of the Council was brought out by this in
cident, and when tho proper tlmo came
the wagon was run over tho Mayor.
If Mayor Morris had not been badly ad
vised ho certainly would not havo per
mitted tho partisan work In Council Tues
day night to havo been begun by an un
called tor fling at several of the most com
petent men in the city government It wan
no way to bring the majority to his way
of thinking. There was absolutely noth
ing to do but to resent the insult, and !L
Is to the ovcrlastlng credit of the Republi
can members that they stood llrm Mavor
Morris should take a few days off from the
strenuous duties of his position and study
a few good lessons In policy. He will then i
be tho better able to deal with that stead
fast Republican majority that he has on
his hands. Ho should also hire the fool
lclller and turn that dignitary loose on
some of his kitchen cabinet. Tho friends
of lho Mayor seem to bo making a. mon
key of him.
Now that Mayor Morrl3 has hown that
he cunuot expect to be the whole city
government, he should try his hand on
the nasty smokestacks of the Utah Light
and Railway company. The lnwn dress
season Is not far away, and If the Mayor
proves hinisolf to be as good a smoke
consumer as he Is cracked up to belie will
have the support of tho ladles the next
time he runs, sure.
The Mayor thought tho people of Salt
Lake were "kidding" about that Jackson
appointment Moreover, he Is said to have
been convinced, privately, that ho really
has been troubled with "Too much Jack
son." Instead of looking after the health
of tho city Jackson will, In all probability
return to his vomit. In which event It Is
genorally conceded ho will bo in his element.
Not How Cheap But How Good
Blue Point Perfectos,
Utah's Favorite Cigar.
If delivery of tlio Tribune 1b Irregular
plcaso mako complaint to offloe.123 South
West Tomplo at, or telephone M0.
Wllford Hold way, Provo 17
Nelllo Warwood, Salt Lako City 18
James M. GUI, Mllford 37
Lydla Athcrley, Mill Creek
Roy R. Fulton. Columbus. O 21
Paula M. Frlckol, Davenport, O.. ..... 21
Jos S. Groo. Salt Lako City 24
Mary Terry. Salt Lako City 22
FEBRUARY 2m t TO THE WIFE OF
Dr. W. B. Lister, a son. Mother and child
doing well. slSU
OSNER. In this clly, February 20. 1901,
Mrs. Myrtle M. Osr.cr, a nnllvo of In
diana, aged 23 years and 11 monthu
Funorol services will be held at O'Don-
ncll's funeral chapel ut 2.30 o'clock this
afternoon. Interment Calvary cemetery.
LONG. At 132 Ear.t Second South street,
February 21th, of acute tuberculosis.
Fred G. Long, aged 10 years and two
Funeral services will be. held at tho un
dertaking rooms of Joseph E. Taylor at
11 o'clock today.
GILCHRIST. In this clly, February 21.
1901. Judge Charles K. Gilchrist, in his
"1st year, of heart disease.
The funeral will be held Friday. Febru
ary 26, 1901. at 2 o'clock from St. Paul's
Episcopal church, corner Main and Fourth
South street. Interment private
EDMUNDS. Tho members of Eagle Gato
lodgo No. 10 and Salt Lako Valley lodge
No. 12, A. O. I'. W . arc requested to
attend tho funeral of Bro. J. M. Ed
munds today at 2 o'clock. SoqOIcch will
bo hold at the chapel of Josonh. Wil
liam Taylor on Wst Temple street
C. M. SWHNSON, M. W. No. 10.
C. A. REDFIELD, M W. No. 12.
Sloat, Ellas, age 81. 1977 South Twolfth
East, February 22.
Pune, Mork, ago C5, Plum alley, Febru
Watson. Robert S.. age CG. 1G52 South State,
Riley, John, ago 02, county infirmary, Feb
Bull. .Matilda K., age 2S, 12C Quince street,
Colin, William, ago 33, county Infirmary,
Hills, J. H, ago 37, Holy Cross hospital,
Hoslck, Alvln V., ago -10, Keogh-Wrlght
hospital, February 20.
Edmonds. Joel M., ago C9, Camp lane,
Chrlslonscn. Clarcnco N, age 1 month. 10
Mortenson court, February 22.
Gordon, Thelma A., ago C, -133 South Third
West February 23.
Johnson, Catherine C, ago 29, 232 South
Ninth EaHt, February 21.
Cuff. J. T ago 03, 13-1 Fourth street, Feb
Richardson. Mary M.. ago S months, 333
South Tenth West, February 22.
Clirlstensen. George M., age 1, S62 West
Second South, February 21.
EBER W. HALL, UNDERTAKER
and Embalmor, opp. P. O., 110 W. 2nd So.
MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES.
R. M'KENZIE. MONUMENTS. TOMB
stones. 139 W. 1st So. Writo for prices.
FLORISTS AND SEEDSMEN.
SALT LAKE-HUDDERT FLORIST
Co. Largest greenhouses In the West gl73
FLORAL DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Richard E. Evans. 3$ Main st. Tel. 9S1.
SCHWARZ & IIEINCKE, FLORISTS,
ecedmcn. 61 E. 2nd So. Tel. 003. r901
ALFALFA, CLOVER. GRASS, GAR
den, flower seeds, fertilizers; catalogue
free. Vogoler Seed Co. sl5
WHERE TO STOP.
THE CLAYTON; ROOMS S2.S0 TO 55.00
week. 21C So. State st. rlHO
ROOMS AND BOARD SI DAY UP:
weekly rates. 270 West So. Temple. rl015
LINCOLN HOUSE. CS E 1ST SOUTH.
2C0 rooms;, rates, 25 and 33 cents. 3131G
UTAH CARPET AND WALL PAPER
Cleaning Co. Carpets cleaned on the floor,
feathers renovated. Phone 17S7-K. slI42
SEIDLER BROS.. LADIES' TAILOR
lng a specially. All work llrst class. 219
Main st. sll-13
NEW OR 2ND-HAND, CASH. TRADE
or terms. Sorrcnson-Stoutt Co,. -13 E. 2d So.
NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS. BIT
car GroshcII, sales agent. No. 221 Main st
Expert cash register repairing. Second
hand registers always In stock. nlSSO
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
structlon; largo stock of latest chande-Hors.-
Intcr-Mt. Elec Co.. -tC E. let So.
CARPENTERS AND JOBBERS.
H. F. WILLIAMS, CARPENTER AND
Pattern and model making a specialty.
All kinds of Job work.
Storo and ofllco fixtures.
1C0 E. 2nd South. 'Phono 1053-Z. sl.107
ROY WATROUS. 67 D. 3RD SO. ELE5
vctor and Job work. Tel. 1C75-Z. o373
UTAH SCREEN AND JOB SHOP,
general contractors of all kinds of new
or repair work, stairs, storo frontn, fix
tures and buildings. R. S. Brock & Son.
Props.. -11 South West Temple. n!313
WE TELL YOUR NAME AND ANY
thing you wish to know without asking
questions; free If not correct; 10 to 9 dally.
Arnold-Dlckson Bros,, lo3Va S. Main st.
Telephone 21S1-K sisiS
TONIGHT SPIRIT FORMS APPEAR
unveiled; all can sec and talk to thorn;
every one welcome. Arnold-Dlckson
Bros., 1MV4 S. Main st. slS19
H. B. DAVIS. PLUMBING, HEATING,
cewer work. Tel. 1371-Y. 123 2nd Sa
HEAVY DRAFT HORSE, 1E00 OR
over. Apply 53 W. "2nd South. slSW
TWO OR THREE GENTLEMEN TO
room at an up-to-dato place, very closo
In and fine location; board 1 block away.
Call 1C7 2nd street h1762
WASHING AND- IRONING CAN BE
dono at 217 So. 2nd AVest st. sl701
TO BUY 2ND-UAND RECLINING
wheel Invalid chair. Address F 47, Trib
MANDOLIN, GUITAR AND VIOLIN
teacher; permanent position. ?SO.0O a
month; transportation paid. Up-to-Dato
Music Co . Ford blk.. rooms 2-3, Great
I'alls, Mont; apply Immediately. 31511
A CHILD TO TAKE HOME AND
care for. 126 So. 9th East sl&ll
TO TRADE. SO SHEARING MACHINES,
gasoline cnslnc; plant complete, been
used very little. Trado for real estate In
Idaho or near Salt Lako or Ogdcn. W. H.
Austin. Chinook, Mont. s339
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
stoves. S. L. Furniture Co., 233 S. State.
FURNITURE OR ANYTHING S12C-ond-hand:
nothing too larso or nne. I. X.
L. 2nd-hand store. Tel. -190-3. 233 S. State.
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
etovca. Seo Matson, 219 Slate. 'Phon
WHY BE BROKE WHEN WE WILL
loan you money on diamonds, watches.
Jewelry, Runs, tools, musical Instruments,
trunks, etc. 'Phone 217C-Y. Large loans,
small Interest 30 E. 1st So. Undo Sasi.
GIRL FOR' GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
no cooking. 3-j". S. 3rd East sISIC
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK I
no washing. Apply 933 2nd st 31813
who can sloop at homo. Normandy Eu
ropean hotel. 23 E. 3rd So. slSOO
GOOD. COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework, apply morn!ng3 bofore 10
at 81 O st S1S23
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK:
family of three. 371 6th st sl759
WANTED BRIGHT SOLICITORS
for "Wnr Betwcon Russia and Japan."
by Murat Halstcad; best book, big book;
enormous demand; b!g profits: frolght
paid; credit given; outfit free. Tho Do
minion Company, Dept. B, Chicago. sl700
GOOD COOK; GOOD WAGES; REF
crenccs required. Apply at 9S6 3rd st sl674
WE HAVE POSITIONS OPEN
for salesmen, executive, clerical and tech
nical men, J1000 to $5000. Ask for booklet
Hnpgoods, sulto F, 502 Pioneer Bide.
Seattle, Wash. s337
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Hotel,' restaurant and household help.
Headquarters for laborers.
53 W. 2nd So. TcL 461-2 rings. o742
COMPETENT COOK. 727 EAST BRIG
ham. MEN ALL BARBER WORK FREE
at MolerG Barber college, C2 E. lat South.
MEN TO LEARN THE BARBER
trado; 8 weeks completes; positions guar
anteed; tuition earned whllo learning;
licensed Instructors; growing demand for
our graduates. Call or write for particu
lars. Molcr's Barber college, C2 E. 1st So.,
Salt Lake City. rl737
WANT ED --AGENTS.
AGENTS' GREAT OPPORTUNITY.
Free trip to St Louis exposition, also
board, room and paid admissions. Au
thorized exposition history In Campbell's
Journal similar to Its Prize History of
Chicago and Paris Expositions. Every
body wants It. Magazine agents averago
23 orders dally. Largo commissions. Spo
clnl Exposition Number; outfit and partic
ulars sent free to working agents, for 16
cents postage. Address Exposition De
partment, Campbell's Journal, St. Louis.
WE WANT 10,000 AGENTS FOR
greatest household seller ever Invented;
nctually sells In every home; Immcnso
money-maker for agents. Send 10c for
completo samplo and our largo Illustrated
catalogue of agents' supplies. Southern
Mercantile Co.. Dept B 129 Houston. Tex.
BY TWO JAPANESE. ONE AS COOK,
the other as dishwasher, or any kind of
work Address F 49. Tribune. slS03
LIGHT TEAM. HARNESS AND WAG
on for building lots. Address P. O. box
WALL PAPER CLEANING.
THE IDEAL PAPER CLEANING CO..
Charles M. Gott. Manager. Lcavo your or
ders at tho Smith Drug Co. 'Phono 233.
PAINTING AND PAPERH ANGINQ.
W. A. DUVALL. 121 W. 2ND SO.. TEL.
No. 1145-k. Our now paper Is arriving
MOVING AND 8TORAGE.
REDMAN VAN AND STORAGE CO..
moving, packing and shipping. 'Phono 555.
Office 1M and 123 S. W. Temple. hl&lS
BOARD AND ROOMS.
PLEASANT ROOMS WITH BOARD,
for gentlemen; private family; 54.50 per
week. CC E. IsL North. sl815
2 SUITES OF ROOMS. WITH OR
without board, for gentlemen. 411 So. W.
PLEASANT FRONT ROOM; MODERN:
with board. 270 E. 1st South.
TABLE BOARD AT 316 SOUTH 4TH
FRONT PARLOR AT MRS. 1L W.
Hcnslcr's. Rear 338 E. 2nd South. slC40
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH
board; modern. 155 N. Main. 1525
ROOM AND BOARD WITH PRIVATE
family. 25C W. 5th South.
RATES. 270 W. SO. TEMPLE. 51
2 PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH BOARD.
In modern home. 137 N. W. Tomple, rl247
GEORGE HATTON. STOCK BROKER,
No. 43 East 2nd So. Commission charged,
94 of 1 per cent Certificates sent by regis
tered mall to out-of-town patrons. You
pay no feo If you buy from or sell to me.
SCHOOL OF COOKERY.
MTS8 CANNON INSTRUCTOR; PAR
ttoulora at Zi E So, Tomple. r!27
SEVEN-ROOM: BRICK; BATH, GAS,
electricity, cement bascmont, newly pa
pered and painted throughout, 446 S W.
Tomple. R. K Thomas, C7 Main. s!817
THREE ROOMS. F.ITHER FUR
nlshcd or unfurnished, 545 E. 3rd So. In
quire T. X. Ij, Furnlturo & Carpet Install
ment House. 1S20
FOUR-ROOM. BRICK. AND SUMIMER
kitchen; ?10, Apply 767 S. W. Temple.
SEVEN-ROOM COTTAGE; BATH
and electric lights; references required. 22
South First West.
4-ROOM HOUSE, WITH PANTRY
and closet. 716 W. 2nd North st nl703-
$7 THREE BRICK ROOMS. L. DAHL
qulst, 423 South West Temple. 3156S
EAST SIDE MODERN 7-ROOM BRICK,
furnace, etc., J3o.
Modern 7-room and barn, 130.
E. J. Wills, ic W. 2nd So . room 29. s151j
BRICK HOUSE, 3 LARGE ROOMS
and cellar. ?10 per mo. 137 Oak st sl581
LODGE HALL: MODERN; COM
plotely and elegnntlv furn.. Including tele
phone. Add ManaKcr, -123 D. F. Walker
bldg- Tclephono 2078-X nnd 1322-Z. sl497
FOUR-ROOM AND SUMMER KITCII
en and rtve-room cottages, close In; pan
tries, closcta and cellars; positively no
boys. Inq. 131 w. Oth So. s!3S3
MODERN DWELLING-HOUSE. ALSO
fltible, capacity 12 head; storage-rooms;
centrally located, betw. R. G. W..and San
Pedro tracks. Inq. S. L. Ico.Co. 913S3
WE WANT SOME HOUSES TO RENT.
Hill Invest Co.. J56 SovtW; Temple. mllO
6TII SO.. NEAR '3RD E 6-ROOM
modern brick, $23.
6th So., near 1th E., 7-room modprn
Cth E., near 6th So,, G-rdom modern
7th So., near Oth E., 6-room. modern
2nd W near 5th So., 5-room house, $17.
Cth So., near Eth E, 3-room house, 310.
12th So., near 12th E., 3-room houso.1 JS.
Rege Realty Co., No. 8 W. 2nd So.. Sulto
16 and 17 Walker Bank building. 'Phono
Rcgo Realty Co.. No. S W. 2nd So.
E-RM. BRICK, NEW, MODERN,
large collar, Jlfi a mo.: closo to car lino.
Hubbard Inv't Co.. 73 W. 2nd So. s72l
HOUSES, DIFFERENT SIZES AND
(IfTorent localities; also unimproved resi
dence, business or trackage property for
tale; easy terms. Apply at 445 S. W. Tom
plo st from 12 to 2 or after 5 p. m. b120
4 LARGE ROOMS. SUITABLE FOR
offlco or living rooms. Apply Butler's
grocery. 210 Stato st. c2S9,
GOOD STORE. WITH OR WITHOUT
baBcmcnt East 2nd South nt Fritacb,
No. 12 East 2nd So. r24S
A COMPARATIVELY NEW EIGHT
rcom modern brick house, furnished, fur
nace. Call at 75 Second st Owner leav
SEVERAL DESIRABLE HOUSES. J.
Donnan Reavls. 78 W. 2nd So. 'Phone 173.
20 HOUSES. ALL KINDS. PRICES
and locations. Tuttlo Bros., 149 Main st
LARGE STOREROOM ON MAIN ST..
bet 2nd and 3rd So. Houston Real Es
tate Inv. Co., 251 Main. plOSS
5 UNFURNISHED SUITES IN JEN
nlngs block for bachelor apartments. In
quire 15 W. 2nd South, room S. pllOO
7 AND 8-ROOM MODERN HOUSE;
cteim and hot water heat; close In. James
K. Shaw, under Walker Bros.' bank. nl5S3
7-ROOM H0U8E IN PARK TER
jaco. Inqulro U. U. HIskoy, 201 McCor
nlck blk. pl7
MAIL ORDER FILLED IF RECEIVED
today and not sooner disposed of. GOO
Highland, 1500 Utah Oil. 150 Natural Gas
and Fuel, 5L50; 10C0 Con. Mcrcur, 57c; MO
Rocco-Homestake, 43c; 4000 Silver Star,
2Ue. Geo. Hatton, Stock Broker, 43 E. 2nd
ONE MAPLE DRESSER, LARGE RE
frlgerator, ono sideboard, small table; al
most now. 631 4lh St. slSOl
GOOD RESTAURANT. RENT 530,
will sell very cheap If sold at once. Swa-lum-Davis
Co.. C2 W. 2nd So. st slS2l
ROOMING-HOUSE. SNAP. OF 40
rooms, .J1200 cash down and bal. monthly
payments, buys J70 place for $5000; two
yeai-3" lease; furniture and carpets extra
nice. Be sure and see this.
Miller & Miller, room S, St. James hotel.
SEE ME BEFORE BUYING.
Restaurant. 4 living rooms, all complete
ly furnished, at low price, f500.
S-room boarding-house, only $3M.
D. L. Miller, Room S, St. James holeL
ROOMING-HOUSE. INQ. AT 72 WEST
2nd South. S1571
FURNITURE OF FOUR ROOMS, $75.
S09 E. 3rd So. s!570
STRINGER CO., 70 W. 2ND SOUTH.
Furniture complete of a 3-rm. cottage,
louse rents for $13.50 per month; $175
cash, balance on easy payments.
The Stringer Co., 70 West 2nd South.
STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHAN
dlse, store building, dwelling house, largo
outside cellar, warehouses and 2-a.cro
lot In best part of growing town of 500
people; only one other store; 6 sawmills
within 16 miles; large territory; coal mlno
within 30 miles. 10-ft. voln; best farming
country In Idaho; heavy live stock coun
try; owner has other business requiring
all his time; cleared $4000 last year; capi
tal required $5000 to $3000. Address T 19.
IOC'S WINTON TOURING CAR, COST
$2C00; two $10 headlamps, $50 worth extra
tires, all flrst-class order. $1650. Colorado
Automobile Co.. 1610 Court Place. Denver,
Colo. Selling agents for Thomas 3-cylIn-der,
24 h- p. touring cars, $2600. s39
SHEEP FOR SALE. ABOUT 4500
shocp, well bred; 3500 arc ewes, balonco
yearllnsrs. For further particulars ad-f
dress Newman Bros.. Klmama, Ida. s633
TWO 60-FOOT LOTS IN OGDEN; WILL
trade for piano. 310 Eccles bldg, Ogden.
A GOOD BUSINESS FOR SALE; BEST
paying business In eastern Oregon; for
salo on account of falling health: for par
ticulars Inqulro Grunstrom's Cafe nnd
Oyster House, Baker City. Or. sl203
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD. IOWA
stables. 129 W So Temple. sll03
SNAPS IN FARM PROPERTY ARE
advertised right along In The Intcr-Moun-taln
Farmer. Advertisers mako sales, too.
FURNITURE OF 7-ROOM BOARD-lng-house;
houso for rent G 36. Tribune.
LARGE NEARLY NEW NATIONAL
cash register. Address R 43, Tribune.
CONCERT FLUTE. BOEHM SYS
tem; metal, pearl mountings; $25. F 46.
Tribune. , sl5S5
COMMISSION HOUSES. ' '
UTAH POULTRY AND EGG CO..
headquarters for fancy poultry. Wo buy
and sell at all times. Fancy llvo and
dressed. Always reliable. Fancy eggs
for netting. Glvo ub a call. Chos, A- Hol
, berjf, MgrM 103. W- lsti So, ol749
f ADDITIONAL Ip
I CLASSIFIED ADS
ON PASS 11 Ift
FOR RENT FURNISHED. "ir 1
SUITE OF ROOMS, GROUND FLOOR: Iff
flno location; cheap. 61 W. S. Temple st W-'M
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. "A
West First South. BJiO
3 NICE ROOMS, 2 CLOSETS AND Jr I
pood ccllarv completo for housckcoplnir.- K M
44 West 1st North. sl7w w
2 OR 3 ROOMS, WITH OR WITHOUT; t?-
nousokooplng. 133 5th East al573
TWO ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING'
$S;rcar 29 South Fourth East si'1-
2 NICE ROOMS FOR. HOCSEKEEpS
lm?, electric, light and bath; cvorythlng -clean.
24 Church St., 4th So, bot. Main tfltf
and State, sUMB
3 AND. S-ROOM SUITES, NICELYH
furnished, light housekeeping. 161 E. Hj
3..NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FORJjB
housekeeping, ground floor, modern; QOK
children. No. 5 Dubel avo E. 2nd SQ-JBl
FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, WITHHI
or without board. 257 E. 2nd So. al52U
FRONT ROOMS, WITH OR WTTHOUTjH
board, nice parlor on ground floor, stea&H
heat. 70 W. 5th So. nl5UB
l' OR 2 NICE ROOMS. WITH OR4B
without housekeeping. 217 W. 4th So. -iH
3 FURN. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMB
at' 12 Quince st. al49SH
FURN. OR UNFURN. ROo"ms! GOE
W. 1st South. Kimball block. slEOaB
15-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. PARTLY g0
furnished; closo In, 223 West 5th So. sl453 T
2 OR 3 MOD. FURN. OR UNFURN; M
housekeeping rooms. DCC So. 5th East. ?; fi
three nicely furnished ,l"
front rooms, housekeeping. 150 North -Main.
h128 j p
FRONT ROOM, NEW BRICK, MOD- Sr
cm. with bath. 363 E. 3rd So. slHQ
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, 834 CAN- VT
non st. near 2nd So and 7th West 8590
2 HOUSEKEEPING RMS.; MODERN; p."
also other rooms and board. 167 W. 1st So; fV
8-ROOM MODERN BRICK; HOT-WAi f
ter heat; nicely furnished; oast sldo. Jaal L
IC Shaw, under Walker's bank. rt345
NEATLY FURNISHED FRONT & '
room at 331 E. 2nd South. r250l
6-ROOM COTTAGE. BETWEEN 9TH &J t
and 10th East 2nd South. Tel. 1363-K. r223 sr. '
: isp tin
ONE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, Lt .
with or without housekeeping. 120 E. 1st
j South. r2U
OFFICE AND FURNISHED ROOMS;
modern. 13 South Main ot j.'aen
KEYS MADE. $ fff
154 SO. W. TEMPLE. 'PHONE 2153-1- J
DON'T BORROW TROUBLE: BOR
row money. Salaried men or women ac- wame
commodated on thpir note, without morfe ip.jg
cago or endorser. E3y payments. Con- kl,
Sdentlal. Cherry. 407 D. F. Walker bids
CHEAP MONEY. I
Any amount to loan on furniture, pianos p. -warehouse
receipts, personals or any goo r, -security.
Sec us it you want monoy. Oui Kked
rates lowest in city. Easy terms; plent: ft
of tlmo. 121 Keith-O'Brien bldg rflfl
WE HAVE A LARGE SURPLUS 01 J"
money on terms unusually favorablo CSWs
borrowers. Intorest and expenses lowo; ,je
than any .Place In Salt Lake. Tho Homi ;.
Trust &. Savings Company, G, S, 10 We
First South street rl qtati.
ON CHATTELS OR REAL ESTATE
any amount; any time, O. F. Peterson. S la
W. 2nd So. I.
F10 TO $23,000 ON CHATTELS OR REAI vj? f
eslate; private. Equitable Loan and In; P
vest. Co., G W. 2nd So. Pj !e at
ON ANY PROPERTY; YOU RETAIlj jy-g-possesslon-
Tho Stringer Co., 70 W. 2nd 8 t,
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS., EC
mer E. Darling & Co.. 0 W. 2nd So. 1; ;bat
$1. TO $50,000. ONE TO FIVE YEARS; ?? oli
farm or city property. James K. Shaw
under Walker Bros. bank. V
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS
Miller & Velle. 313 McCornlck bldg. 7; tKea
ON FURNITURE. PIANOS OR GO OI r'en1
security, without removal; private. B. T abici
Stolzcnberger, 15 W. 2nd So., room 2S.
CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. 6 AN1 ft.
7 per cent J. L. Perkos. 156 S. W. Tempi? Q 15
R. L. TRACY. 11 E. 1ST SO.. LEND
money; no commission, oxponse or delay.
"WE LEND MONEY TO BUILI y J
houses. It Is not necessary to hftv - .i
house built first. Wo will advance t:h
monoy as the house progrosses. Lowe ictufo
rates Part payment any time, and inter
est reduced accordingly. McGurrln Ca aJ
134 Main street mlE& T53' 9
PHYSICIANS AND SURQEONS.j;
W. P. TRUDEN. THE GREAT CHt
cago healer, is located at 555 E. 4th So. st fjp..
Rheumatism, tt specialty. No cure, no pay
WOMAN SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN Prt J
Lulu BroolJ, M. D.. Constitution blk
ARE YOU SICK? CAN NOBOD3 &
euro you? Then try tho Spirit physician! J.toey
thoy h"a.' threush tts. C.-rao and see roa ije
Mrs. W.' Heln. 35 W. 5th So. V Qt
DENTISTS. CSE F
505-6 Scott-Strovell bldg- 'Phono 1S54-Y. fcne
' - fie-nt
NEW OR 2ND-HAND: CASH. TRl J
or terms. SorenBcn-Stoutt Co.. 42 S. 2na j g at .
"jOHN J WALLACE & CO- ?. tec0-.
Walker bldg.. Salt Lake collect debts at
part of U. S. and Canada; prompt a ten i fy
lion, reference. Walker Bros.' bank.
BAD DEBTS BOUGHT AND COj
Iccted. at lowest rates; call 232 New una,
ACCORDION PLEATING. . it.
SUNBURST AND FSPiSS
pkatin. Mrs, Jonncn 47-33. 1st So. sai .teh