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! XgE SALT IAXE TBIBTOTB: SATURDAY MOKNXNG, FEBKUART 27, 1904.
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ItJgER CO.. TO WEST 2ND
MAP BUILDING LOTS.
fiL JTH EAST AND CTH SOUTH
'SIEffO CAB LLVES. ELEC. LIGHTS,
JgK-ATER. 35 BY 6 RDS' m
W- BALANCE ON TERMS DE-
lttAT 7 PER CENT; ?2C0.
jaSlL hv 6 rods, $75 cash, bailee "
af'ff dJred at 7 per cent; ?22o.
'Jl'fei ? I'JO cash, balance on terms
SB-fit 7 per cent; KOfc
fc ft corner. J175 cash, balance on
Jwift'tsircd at 7 per cent. ,W.
1 MONEY TO LOAN
fsaUib MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
1 H(jiES BUILT TO SUIT.
I; axd SPECIFICATIONS FUR
4 f NISHED.
j THE STRINGER CO..
J I ; 3 WEST 2ND SOUTH ST. slSSl
1) : '
ij j' OAKLEY
i , up faster than any other part
I Jdtr BulUine restriction: No house
5i lea 'than SiCOO. You will bo sur
iL'you will go and look at "Oakley"
Inch bargains for the same money In
1 tier part of the city. "Why pay JCW
I fiidldlae lot East when you can buy
' tsrood a lot for JTOO same distance
f Ground Is high, car service first
!' i -Tike the University car, 1st So. st.
! i wst end of lino and see for your
Hcttrard Investment Co., 7S W 2nd
! BUTTS IN TOWN SELLS REAL
' tlcitii money, writes Insurance. No,
1 :'jt South. rl5K
1 iGODDAP.D, under Walker's bank.
I ' rlOOO
K-SAST SIDE CORNER PAYING
I rceat; a snap.
(Southeast; cosy -I-room cottago;
kfeitheast; beautiful, sightly bulld
fcu; easy payments.
f-West Sldo corner, 2D rods frontage;
: ti railroads.
E. J. WILLS.
ku- c 2ntl So ' Room a- sl&H
ij jOT BUILDING SITES ON ALL
V i e L!borty park, very easy terms.
V fci Investment Co . 73 W. 2nd So.
1 ( liL ESTATE, MONEY TO LOAN.
I at Cannon. 24 E. So. Temple.
I fiCE &-ROOM HOUSE, TWO LOTS.
. ft lo alley, small payment, bal. $15
U ci, 11100. C. W. Miller & Co , 112
II ti So. S15-1S
5 C SADLER, 112 WEST 2ND SOUTH,
if state, loans and notary public.
Ifcefh-J or 4 choice lots In East Wa
1 yfco. "None better anywhere."
iW-lpalr of nice lots In Lincoln Park;
WUiof tho city; car service; water.
JJ)tH rods on Cth East, fronts cast;
I et location,
l-fte building spot near county
W bis 1st South near 8th West
E-Erlck cot. 5 rooms, s. e.; good lot
HJjht brick, 0 large rooms, etc;
t-Cbo!cc of red or buff brlclc, mod
wm cottages; s. e.
-iarffe rooming-house; low rent;
A BROWN'S IN TOWN.
A ill E. 1st So.. Ground Floor.
acres southeast; good water
tj 3t,rulf, alfalfa, etc.; all or part
if BROWN'S IN TOWN.
'Wy acres, southeast; continual
IW-niai running through It; small
IBf?' Darn. chicken-coop; plenty of
nftffi ' M aunny side hill; Ideal for
JffBROWN'S IN TOWN.
lg?m urlck o. L. bath, hot and
rater, nice eloctrlo fixtures.
Imi0, shade, porch; party leaving
?Mrr,mU3t Eell, Vi cash.
U BROWN'S IN TOWN.
an elc&ant 5-room now press
IE1; with mantel, reception hall, 2
lEti i. se Pantry, 2 porches, por
l'aia hath, sink and basin, on pave
tWr1' L0n 2nJ South st
iV, BROWN'S IN TOWN.
;woora now press brick, modern;
front and back; collar; lot
MF- eet to alley; email payment
Wtencc like rent
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
UE. 1st South, Ground Floor.
AND HOUSE, SOUTHEAST,
'X iotas, "close," ront $25. $1700;
iok (cast), rron fence. $1300.
i;'a1l "close." east, $3S0'3.
W8, clone." lrup'd, trade for city
fCODDARD, Under Walker's Bank.
im!2fTEIi' w WEST 1ST SOUTH ST.
!itet,u,frarno' lot feet; near
South and Gth AVcst
?f'ck, flowing well, lot 37x
3BVmi l' near 9th South and 3rd
Sta rv.erry. 6381 terms
IrBSti1.5,30111"; splendid 4-room
JjKom brlok. closet, pantry, sum-
SaS Hfe: J?1 3xl; ncar 3rd East
jjyth South; $400 cash and $15
U rods on 11th Ea3t near 1st
(SaSsf leet l2 10-foot alley, In rear on
irj ; 5'ar 21,(1 ' ea8t front.
K,"121 ?l- with 10-room mod
jjl?orlck cottage; In llral-class ro-"ot-watcr
heat and all other
!M5?anS?5L 7"foom.-modern 2-story
' jMS?'. on l3t st-; hardwood Ooors;
buBKst, S1lap of tho season; 3
Jma i ,Mrick ,houcs, 3 roo,ns on
an(1. a .V00"1 rlck; lot
( i r 8, Side, not very far
ealh "I be made lo pay $00 per
Ulho ciy No bt3ttcr Investment
JS2!rLll?.,n 1,10 DC3t Part of
jBill lo $15,000. If you are
SMSU roi. nomtV tlle1:0 iH no Question
J7wr' 13 West 1st South st.. tel.
ijfe1!rrl0S2dern, brlck cottage, front
larKC "Sht and airy
front c,sant mantel and
llh J '..i11111 every room olec
tK; i ? ecl o cash pay
iHBtU or 5? balance In monthly In
Vlr House cloao In on East
gMp Real EaToTTlnv. Co., 251 Main.
FBSpT'rJRENT8, LOANS, INS.
u t-o., IK s. W. Tcmplo. k01C
FOR SALE--REAL ESTATE.
REGE REALTY CO.
$2000 5-r. p. b., ono block cast city and
cgunty building; a snap. u
See Uii'sb" bar"' Bhrul0 and law5 BOxlW fL
Ai framo, botweon Gth and 7th East
and 9th and 10th So.; good barn and
cost ' i0 tL'' f0r 03 por ccnt
f1,11,1- ?ou ca-n'1 beat this.
i 5S72"r ,b- and frame, on E. 5th So.:
tot. 2yci rodB.
Tl.Iidn,Tnny othpra- Call and soe uo, as
we mny havo what you want; and if we
have, it's at the right price.
, l1.?1"801 that we d contracting
n?dbu,W,?K ln ?" 113 branches; make
charge speclllcaUona without any
pamenfa0 bUUd a"d eU on BmaU down
REGE REALTY CO.
r S- Mi Powell, Manager,
Rooms 16, and 17 Over Walker's Bank.
No. 3 West 2nd So. 'Phono 1C35-EL
WE SELL REAL ESTATE. THAT"?
all., Tuttlo Bros., HQ MainVrod ball signs.
NEAT, MODERN 7-ROOM BRICK
TribunrIth bai"n' 8id' Addre8S p
S. B. WESTERFIELD, 6S-63 COM'L
blk. Houses, lots and business property.
BEAUTIFUL 4-ROOM PR. BRICK
now; In rapidly growing part of city: $150o:
terms to suit. 4LW
5- room pr. brick; modorn; oil finish; dry
cellar; $2200; $250 cash. bal. easy
Choice building lots on Stato st
Cholco building lots on Sth East: very
cheap and easy torms.
Hubbard Invt Co.. 7S W. 2nd So. s353
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE INVEST
m,ent Co. Real cstato and loon brokers.
2ol Main street
2XS RODS. 4-ROOM FRAME. CELLAR
summer kitchen, barn, city water, $1300:
$500 cash, balance, tlmo. 20 Jeremy st
AT A BARGAIN FOR CASH. IF
taken at once, 3 front lota on 2nd West,
near Paxton avo. Inqulro Angus Lambert
at Lambert Paper Co., Gl W. S, Temple.
'Phono 3S5. h97
A TEN PER CENT INVESTMENT.
Now houso, pressed brick, fivo rooms,
plumbing, cement walks In yard and
strcort electric lights; will rent for $20
per month. Price. $2000; $200 down, bal
anco same as rent O. Engdahl, 321 S
Eighth West. rXti3
GET IN LINE.
Tho Rcgo Realty Co. Is signing con
tracts every day now for houses on small
payments, and you had hotter call and
arrange to buy a houso before tho spring
rush, as prices may rise.
Wo also havo bargains ln vacant and
Improved property In all parts of the
town. Our lists aro now, and tho prices
right, and wo can mako tho terms to suit
Closo In. 7-room rooming-house, $325. A
good bargain, and rent Is reasonable.
REGE REALTY CO..
F. M. POWELL. Mgr.
No. 8 West Second South St
Sulto 16 and 17. Walker Bank Bldg. ol025
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. U. P. R
R. lands. E. J. Wills, 15 W. 2nd So. mlS37
4 ACRES OF FINE LAND CLOOSE TO
city, good water. $20:0. C. W. Miller &
Co.. 112 W. 2nd So. b154S
WE HAVE A VERY LARGE LIST OF
property for sale, and many exceptional
10 acres near Sandy, water stock worth
$250, ralHcd last year CO tons lucerne, price
for all $550.
6- room brick, bath, toilet, c. !.. 2x10 and
r of w., near Biigham & Q, $2300.
5-room pressed br.. nor. bath, tollot, o. 1
cor. lot., Sth E $2500; $-1(0 cash.
8-room mod pressed br., hardwood
floors, on Brig., close ln, a gem, $SS00.
Elegant building lot on rig., a. front,
$i0 Der rod.
5-room br , bath, e. 1., eta, cor. lot 4x10,
7th So. $2000.
4V4xl9, two fronts, trackage, C now
houses, renting for $43. all for $3500, a. bar
gain. C-room pressed br., por. bath, toilet, e.
1.. furnace, line basement, burn, etc., 2
blks. from Temple, $3700.
Here is a. snap that you can't boat It's
a 4-room frame, large rooms, hall, pan
to', closet, folding doors, Eastlake fin
ish, 1 blks. from county bldg., $1200;
good terms; no car fare to pay here.
G-room mod. pressed br.. furnaco heat,
near Catholic hospital, $3000.
C-room, two-story pressed br., por. bath,
tollot, e. 1., fine basement, ready for fur
nace, corner lot, E. 2nd So., $3300; terms.
Another 5-room mod, pressed br, nearly
new, same locality, cor. lot. $2S0.
C3 ,acres with $300 worth of water stock
on Redwood road, $1503: adjoining ground
held at $100 per acre. It's a snap.
Cor. SxS rods near Liberty park, city
water and car line. $120).
Mako us offer for 4 lotB. faco Liberty
park on 7th E.
Little & Little. No. 4 W. 2nd So. B1542
GOOD 6-ROOM HOUSE WITH 3 A.
fine land, a bargain. C. W. Miller & Co..
112 W. 2nd So. cl543
RANCHES. FARMS, ACREAGE; BIG
list of our real estate paper Crr at office.
Harrington & Courtney. 1C W. 2nd So.
OUR BUSINESS IS REAL ESTATE
and loans. C. W. Miller & Co., 112 W. 2nd
SELLS REAL ESTATE. MAKES
loans. Edw. M. Ashton, 207 Dcserot Nowb
THURSTON & WOLLARD, ATTOR
nevs and counsclors-at-law, 111 Fifth ave
nue New York. Will net as Now lork
rcprcftcntntivc for reputable concerns.
Corporations our specialty. Highest ref
' SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES. ETC,
removed by X-rays or electric needle. Lula
Brooks, M. D., Constitution block. sl215
RED SANDSTONE. $10.00 PER CORD
Brown Stono Co., No. 11 E. 1st So., ground
MRS. C M. TRiLPP. MASSAGE AND
mugnotlc treatment. S5S 9. W. Temple.
SCHOOL OF COOKERY
MISS CANNON INSTRUCTOR: PAR
ticulars at 21 E. So. Temple. rl2(J
NEW OR 2ND-HAND; EASY TERMS;
In ucrfect condition, come and see our
bargains; Utah Auto Co.. 370 Main, Tel.
SUITS TO ORDER, $15 UP. FIT GUAR
antced. Soronson ft Larscn, 145 W. 2nd,
WHY PAY A BIT FOR A POOR CIGAR
ii lien you can get tho Blue Point Per
f.'cto for the aamo price, made by Whlt
aker & Dallas, and sold by dealers every
TELL ME WHAT YOU SMOKE AND
I will tell you what you are. Smoke
Chcsterflold Cigars, 2 for 25a i21S
.VJH CARPET AND WALL PAPER
Cleaning Co. Carpots cleaned on the floor,
feathers renovated. 'Phono 17S7-K. slll2
RENTED. REPAIRED, EXCHANGED.
F I. Curtor. 3rd So. Cor. W. Tomplo; toll
n?lV OR 2SD-HANU, CASH. TKADK
South Sorenaen-Stoutt Co., 43 E. 2nd
e: T: V, ,.W--ALL MEMBERS OF
??''ue Valley lods:Cl Ko u aro requost
nhriatlen,duthe "neral of Bro. C. K. Gll
2wi. wch,c!. W,U be hold at st- Paul's
Svm' outn Ma,n. at 2 o'clock p. ra.
fri ia:uF?bruarj" Kth. Visiting brothors
are Invited to attend
A, ARGENTA LODGE NO. 3. F. AND
A. M. At Masonic hall first Tues-
N day of each month. Members of
i ?.l!,cr lodges and sojourning breth
xfneSS1 P- SHERWOOD, W. ML
MOSES C. PHILLIPS. Secretary.
WASATCH LODGE NO: 1. F. AND A.
M. Masonlp hall, second Friday each
month. Members of olstcr lodges and so
journing brethren ln good standing in
vltcd. A. BROWN. W. M.
A. J. LOWE. Secretary.
MT MORTAH LODGE NO 2, F. AND
A. M. Masonic hall, second Monday each,
month. Memhers of sister lodges and so
journing brethren In good standing ln
vitod. JAMES H BROWN. W. M-
CHRISTOPHER DTEHL. Secretary.
EL KALAH TEMPLE. A. A O. N. M.
S Third Wednesday of each month. Ma
sonic lin.ll at S p, m. All nobles sojuorn
C. F. JENNINGS. Potentate.
A, BROWN, Recorder.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
DESERET CAMP 40G MEETS EVERY
Friday night at 8 o'clock In Knights of
Pvthlas hall, 2C1 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. 109
meets every Friday night at I. O. X F.
FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA.
EVERGREEN LODGE NO. 1C1 MEETS
every Monday at I. O. O- F. tcmplo.
T. E. HARPER, F. M.
H J. HESS. Secretary.
OQUIRRH ENCAMPMENT NO. L
Second and fourth Tuesdays, 8 p. m. L O.
0. F. tcmolc.
UTAH LODGE NO. L EVERY
Thursday, 8 p. m I. O. O. F. tcmplo.
SALT LAKE NO. 2. EVERY FRIDAY,
8 p. m.. at I. O. O. F. tomplo.
JORDAN LODGE NO 3. EVERY MON
day, 8 p. m., L O. O. F. hall.
RIDGLEY LODGE NO. 9. EVERY
Thursday, 8 p. m I. O, O. F. temple.
ENTERPRISE LODGE NO. 15. EVERY
Wednesday, 8 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. G.
Every first and third Saturday. 8 p. ra., L
O. o. V. temple. Rcbckaha invited.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
MYRTLE LODGE NO. 1. EVERY
Tuesday. K of P. hall, 2G1 Main street.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3.
Every Thursday evening. K. of P. hall.
CALANTHE LODGE NO. G. EVERY
Monday. K. of P. hall.
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 23. K. OF P..
meots every Saturday evening, 8 o'clock,
K. of P. hail.
KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES. '
Everv Thursday, L O. O. F. hall. Visiting
LADTES OF THE MACCABEES.
SALT LAKE CITY HIVE NO. 4
meets overy first nnd third Tuesday, 3 p.
m., I. O. O. F. hall.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
SALT LAKE AERIE NO. 67. EVERY
Friday. 8 p. m A. O. U. W. hall.
SEGO LILY LODGE NO. 252. FIRST
and third Tuesday. S p. in., A. O. U. W.
S. L. COUNCIL. 1517. 2ND AND 4TH
Thursdays, Aucrbach building.
H. A. JOPUN, Reg.
E. L. JONES, Sco.
DANISH BROTHERHOOD OF
nnd 3rd Thursday, I. O. O. F. temple.
PATENTS FREE. CONSULTATION
office. S5 Eagle blk., 2nd floor. dlWO
$5 REWARD WILL BE PAID FOR
any Information that will lead to tho par
ties that broko into tho fruit stand, 29 E.
S. Tomplo st, Androw Gray. sl94C
JOHN J. WALLACE & CO., D F.
Walker bldg.. Salt Lake, collect dobts, any
part of U. S. nnd Canada; prompt atten
tion; reference, Walker Bros.' bank.
BAD DEBTS BOUGHT AND COL
lccttd, at lowest rates; call. 232 News
bldg. ' slC13
DIAMOND AND ALL OTHER KINDS
sold by Clt. Coal Co., G3 W. 2nd So. Tel.
UTAH SCREEN AND JOB SHOP,
general contractors of nil kinds of new
or repair work, stairs, storo fronts, fix
tures and buildings. R, S. Brock & Son,
Props., 41 South West Temple. 1313
WHAT RUSSIA IS AFTER
Wtuld Turn Asiatic Hordes
Loose Upon Europe.
JAPAN IS FOR CIVILIZATION
Splendid Leclura Delivered by
Rabbi Louis G, Reynolds.
Throws a Strong Light oa Russian
Government, From His Own
The explanation of Russian aggres
sion ln Asia offered by Rabbi Reynolds
at the Temple B'nai Israel last night
was so novel, interesting", and, withal,
so probable that those who went in
saarch of information were more than
satisfied. Every seat ln the edifice was
occupied, and only the religious nature
of the meeting prevented the liberal an
plauso to which the learned speaker
was frequently entitled.
In laying- bnre the secrets of Russian
diplomacy the speaker gave but scant
heed to the theories of Industrial and
commercial necessity which have been
advanced to explain the movement of
Russia toward the Pacific. The real
reason for this movement, tho speaker
said, could bo only understood by one
who has lived In Russia. The underlying-
motive, ho declared, Is to gain as
cendancy over the millions of Asia ln
order that they may be armed, drilled
and finally pitted against the civiliza
tion of Europe as exemplified ln the
growing intelligence of tho Russian
UPPER AND LOWER RUSSIA.
The rabbi began his lecture by con
fessing that he had absolutely no love
,or sympathy for the country in which
he was born, reared and partly edu
cated. There are really two Russlas.
one official Russia, which is the only
Russia known to the outside world; tho
other tho people who live, move and
have their being only for the gratifica
tion of the privileged class. "When we
read of the policies, plans, hopes and
aspirations of Russia, these apply only
to official Russia, and mean nothing
to the great mass of the people. The
best men and women of the empire are
either in the penal colonies of Siberia
or accepting the hospitality of freer
WANTS POWER IN ASIA.
Referring to the theory of Senator
Beverldgo that the purpose of Russia
ln seeking control of Manchuria was to
secure a commercial outlet and the ex
pansion of Industry for its growing
population, Rabbi Reynolds said that
there are millions of acres of fertile
soil, vast forests and mountains of min
eral lying untouched within the heart
of European Russia, and that Siberia
is inhabited only by tribes of nom. ds.
Russia's real purpose ln dominating the
eastern coast of Asia Is to shut out
foreign Intercourse and to prevent the
civilization of the Orient. She wants
to get Asia In her power in order to
counteract tho civilization of Europe.
WHAT JAPAN IS FIGHTING.
Japan, on the other hand, is fighting
the battle of civilization. She iy con
tending for open ports and the right of
free speech, a free press and the free
exercise of religious faith.
The speaker said that what the
bureaucracy of Russia most feared was
the spread of education and knowledge.
In order to gain an education he was
compelled to flee over the border like a
criminal and go to Switzerland. He
drew a startling picture of the tyranny
practiced over the common people, and
described In moving terms the horrors
of the Russian political prisons, where
the most brilliant Intellects of the em
pire arc doomed to decay without a
hearing and without trial. Russian of
ficials from the highest to the lowest
are open to bribery, and It is well that
ELOCUTION, PHYSICAL CULTURE.
PIERPONT SCHOOL; COMMERCIAL
club bldg. Miss Plorco and Miss Davis.
BAKER SCHOOL OF ORATORY,
Templetoa bldg. Telophone 1337-Y. 8223
CARPENTERS AND JOBBERS.
H. F. WILLIAMS, CARPENTER AND
Pattern and model making a specialty.
All kinds of Job work.
Storo and office fixtures
160 E. 2nd South. 'Phono 1053-Z, sl307
ROY WATROUS, C7 E. 3RD SO. EL.K
v&tor and Job work. Tel. 1670-Z. oS79
ON WED. NIGHT, A BLACK HAND
bag with money and papers. Return to
635 E. 1st So. and recolve reward. sl&32
ONE POLE CLIMBER, ON MAIN AND
7th So. Return to Llneman'a Dept R. M.
Bell Tel. Co.; GOc roward. 31JM7
BLACK MARTIN FUR, IN GOING
from Parlor Drug store to Fort Douglas
car. Return to 132S E. cth So. Suitable
POCKETBOOK CONTAINING Jo BILL
and promlnHory nolo; First Nat'l. Bank of
Caldwell. Idaho, stnmped on Insldo. Re
turn to 146 Social Hull avc. Reward. slEW
BETWEEN ROYAL CAFE AND CITY
and county building, ladles' fur boa. Re
turn to 73 Main hU Reward. bISSO
STRAYED. SMALL COW. JERSEY
and Durham breed, nearly black, ono horn
emallor; reward. 'Phono U50-X 6r 1299-Y
or leave word at 2G0 11th E;mt. nlS02
BLACK AND TAN DOG, ABOUT 4
months old; strap on neck. Return to
G73 S. Gth East and be rewarded. sl822
HAY, GRAIN AND COAL.
ZEILER BROS. COMMISSION CO..
romoved from State st. to G9 E. 3rd So.
FURNACES CLEANED BY EXPERT.
Housocloanlng Co., 181 Main. TcL 1070-K.
they arc, for otherwise tho lifo of tho
people would be unbearable.
WHAT RUSSIAN SUCCESS MEANS.
The different points in the lecture
were Illustrated with incidents which
had come under Rabbi Reynolds's per
sonal observation, and these made the
effect upon the auditors particularly
The success of Russia in the present
war, the speaker predicted, would mean
the eclipse of the growing civilization
in the far Ea3t and the closing of the
Asiatic ports, the isolation of China
and the retrogression of free Institu
tions among the Japanese. Russia Is
striving to reduce her people to the
dopths of Asiatic barbarism, while Ja
pan, an Asiatic country, is striving to
attain the highest European civilization.
HEARD H THE HOTELS.
"I, bollevo tbero Is an Increasod number
of salesmen qn tho road this year," re
marked a traveling man at tho Wilson last
night "Not ln some lines, for Instance
dress goods and such things ao como
under that head, but tho wholesalers ln
many lines aro making a special effort for
business this year. My house has given
to several of us additional territory and
has not added any now men to tho fotco,
but It Is not that there has been a falling
off of business. Tho fact Is the Intcr
mountain business increases without
much drumming. And thl3 certainlv Indi
cates a very healthy condition of tho re
"It is nslonishlng how many men are
Influenced by the price of a cigar or of a
drink," was tho comment of a T. P. A.
man at tho Kenyon last night. "You think
about It for a moment. Hardly any one
nowadays undertakes to drive any kind
of a bargain until he has offered to got on
the good side of his prospective customer
by appealing to his desire for a drink or
a smoke. 11 is a mild sort of bribery
sometimes, but tho rulo Is that tho giver
does not think of It that way. It is a
medium through which the salesman and
hla trado get on an equal footing. But
all the same the fact remains that the
drink or the cigar goes a long ways to
ward influencing a sale."
R. C. Lund of St George and Ewcn O.
Ncllson of Falrvlow. members of the State
Board of Equalization, were at tho Cul
Among the sightseers In the city yester
day woro I. J. Fairbanks and his wife.
Thoy camo from Oakland, CaL. to spend
their honeymoon ln tho city and are at tho
B. F. House, a well-known railway en
glnoman of Grantavlllc. Utah, Is at tho
Chief Clerk J. E. Kennedy of tho Audi
torium, Chicago, Is a guest at tho Knuts
ford, on his way to California.
F. A. Glllesplo and J. D. Hawkins aro
members of an advanco party of a num
ber of Colorado Springs mining people
who will bo hero today, on their way to
Bingham. They aro at the Knutsford and
aro Interested ln tho Utah Copper com
pany. Mrs. Nelson DcGolyer and her daughter
of Evanston. III.; Joseph L. and Mrs.
Strauss of Chicago. Mrs. R. F. Spencer
and Miss Florence C. Spencer of St. Louis
are among tho tourists that aro staying
for a few days at tho Knutsford.
E. Nuckols. a prominent hide morchanl
of Pueblo. Is In the city. Mrs. Nuckols ac
companied him to Salt Lake and they ure
stopping at tho Kenyon.
Frederick Wardc. the actor, stopped
ever in the city for a few hours Friday,
on his way to California. He was met by
somo friends at tho Kenyon.
Charles E. Morris, a prominent Montana
banker and capitalist. Is at tho Knutsford.
Mrs. C. R. Kelsoy camo down from
Mountain Home yesterday to Join her hus
band, who has been at the Knutsford for
Dr. and Mr3. lSlmer G. Starr of Buffalo
and Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Taylor, prominent
Covington. Ky., people, arc In the city for
a few days.
S. II. Korner, J. C. Dugan and T. W.
Sheets, well-known Bingham people, arc
at the Now Wilson.
AT THE HOTELS.
Yesterday's arrivals at the Cullon wcro:
E. D. Butler. Temple, Tex.; B. J. B. Em
mott American Fork: J. II. Raters, Pro
vo; A. Larson. J. P. Wescli, Denver; I. J.
Falrbank anil wife, W. N. Peck. A. M.
Roby. Oukland. Cal.; Ben A. Frye, George
B Haverstoe. San Francisco; R. C. Lund,
St. George; B. F. House. Grantsvlllo;
Swen O. Nellsen, Falrvlow: Charles Fox,
II. L. Cody. A P. Smlthers, Denver; J. P.
THE NEW WILSON.
Arrivals yesterday at the New Wilson
European were: S. II. Homer. J. C. Dugan.
P. E. Sullivan and wife. T. W. Sheets.
Bingham; H L. Lovy. W. II. Roth well.
'I. S. Hcaly, S. Plaut. F. E. Buckingham,
Denver; Richard S. Davis. Everly; F. K.
Blvens and wife, White Rock. E. West,
Ogden; J. A. Reed, Ontario. Or.; Frank
McNaught, Billings; Ernest Chavley, Og
den; Ocorgo Wade, Wardo & Wade min
strels; J. R. Norrls. Chicago; George W.
Dorsoy, Nebraska. W. G. McClellan. Phil
adelphia; E. Lambert Chicago; J. J. Mc
Closkcy, Butte; Maronl llelner, Morgan;
Mrs. W. L. Blersach, Mrs. Faun Twelves.
PrOvo; A. Nebeker, Logun; A. G. Gold
Bmlth, Theo Werner. New York; AY. A.
Wallace, Loulsvlllo; J. AL Canse, Ogden;
C. E. Gable, Custer, Ida.; Emma Lange.
St Louis; Georgo S. Chrlstenscn and wife,
Freeland, W. B. Newton, Pueblo; M. In
galls. Lohl; P. N. Nunn, M. C. Davis.
Provo; W. J. Parker, Rny, Utah, Phil
Schleslngcr, Milwaukee; C. B. Johnson,
Houghton; Moslah Evans, Garland; J. D.
Cross, St. Louis.
LOOKS LIKE CONGRESS
WILL SOON QUIT
WASHINGTON. Feb. 2fl. An early
adjournment of Congress Is predicted
by all public men who visited the White
House. The time is variously fixed at
from April 16th to May 1st. . Senator
"It seems to me there Is nothing to
keep Congress here after April 15th. The
canal treaty Is practically out of the
way and the appropriation bills can be
handled ln sufficient time to get away
by the middle of April."
Senator Quarlca said;
"There Is no excuse for staying here
after May lot. With the appropriation
bills a the main work to be done, there
ought to be no reason why we should
Senator Mitchell said:
"I have been ln the Senate for a good
many years, but I havo never seen the
prospects eo good for an early adjourn
ment." Senator Dryden said:
"I really think we could earnestly dis
pose of the work ahead of its- and ad
journ April 1st."
Catarrh of tho Bladder and Urctha la
cured, by Oregon Kidney Toa,
Go to the Palace Meat Market for your
spring lamb, the first of the season, al
o choice stock of oysters and flsh. .
'Phone 163 and DIG,
MOFFAT LINE IS
OUT FOR TOURISTS
How Salt Lako-Dcnver Road Will
Show Things to Visitors to
A. C. Rldgway, general manager of
the Colorado-Utah Construction com
pany, builders of the Denver, North
western & Pacific railroad, says the
Denver Republican, was In his office ln
the Majestic building yesterday for the
first time In about two weeks. His ab
sence wao occasioned by a trip to Chi
cago and Washington on business con
nected with tho railroads with which he
Is Identified In an official way. He
spent considerable time ln Washington,
laying plans for the summer business
of the Chesapeake Beach railroad, which
runs from the capital of the Nation to
a delightful resort situated about thirty
"We are considering plans for electri
fying this road." said Mr. Rldgway yes
terday. "We have come to believe that
our running expenses will be decreased
by putting electric power ln the place of
steam. We have brought some of the
rolling stock of the road to Denver and
we arc now making It over for use ln
the summer tourist business on the
Moffat line. We may bring some more
of the rolling stock here If we put ln
electric power, but I am not sure of
that. We may keep the steam power
there to supplement the electric power
In times when heavy traffic makes It
necessary to reinforce our freight ser
vice. "The Moffat road will begin Its tourist
business at the same time the other
roads do. We do not expect to organize
a permanent passenger department yet,
as the tourist business can be taken
care of easily by a small force of men.
We will probably make tho first run as
far as Rolllnsvllle, and later extend- tho
road to the top of the range. As matters
are now progressing in tho construction
department the road should reach the
top of the range by the middle of
"We expect to be ln Middle park by
the time tho stock shipments begin lii
tho fall. The largest ranges of the State
are ln the region through which the
Moffat road is being built. They supply
a large amount of live stock to the roads
and we expect to secure our share. Tho
cattle can now be brought to our line
and taken Into Denver ln about five
hours. Heretofore the time required to
ship them ln was from twenty-five to
thirty hours. The advantage Is all ln
favor of the new road and tho cattle
shipments this fall are expected to
amount to considerable."
Mr. Rldgway Is busy making further
plans for the construction of the Moffat
NEW ROAD PLANNED
The latest railroad report of Interest
to Wyomlngltes Is to the effect that
Laramie and the North Park country,
Colo., says the Cheyenne Leader,
may be connected by a steam and
electric road. The report has Its founda
tion In that the right-of-way for an
electric road from Lovcland to Estes
park has been secured and that ulti
mately the Intention is to extend the
electric road into North Park, and, later
still, through North Park to a connec
tion with the Laramie, Hahn's Peak &
Pacific railway at a point on the
Laramie plains," about twenty miles
southwest of Laramie.
Part of the electric road from Love
land already Is under construction. This
roa will give North Park Its first rail
outlet and will open a country Immense
ly rich In natural resources. The ulti
mate extension of the line to a connec
tion with the Laramie Plains road Is
the only logical conclusion of the pro
ject thereby giving North Park out
lets In two directions, chief of which,
undoubtedly, will be that afforded by
the electric line, Laramie, Hahn's Peak
& Pacific and the Union Pacific. '
This latter outlet will greatly facili
tate the shipment of cattle from the
North Park to South Omaha and- other
Eastern points. The Union Pacific Is
tho most desirable road for the ship
ment of cattle connecting this section
with the East, affording the quickest
schedule and the most thoroughly
equipped stock yards accommodations
at feeding and resting points.
The North Park country Is more
tributary to Wyoming than to Colorado,
being separated from the balance of the
latter State by a natural mountain bar
IS STILL BLOCKED
The Rio Grande railroad has been
running excursions from Provo to the
scene of the snowallde In Provo canyon,
which has so effectually blocked the
Heber bhanch of that roadu On Wednes
day about 300 people were carried out
for the view of the avalanche, which
even yet is an imposing spectacle, the
canyon Uirough which the railroad runs
being filled with snow at that point to
a depth of seventy-five feet Four or
five days more of hard work by as large
a force of men as can work to advantage
will be required to clear the track so
that trains can run through.
E. E. Calvin, assistant general man-1
ager of the Short Line, Is on a tbur of
Inspection of tho Idaho division.
D. E. Buiiey, general passenger and
ticket agent of the Oregon Short Line.
Is in San Francisco on railroad busi
ness, W. II. Bancroft, vice-president and-,
general manager of the Oregon Short
Line, Is ln Now York cltv for a brief
T. M, Schumacher, acting trafflc
manager of tho Oregon Short Line, re
turned yesterday from ChlcAgo and loft
again last evening on a trip to San
MOTHER AND DAUGHTER
CRUSHED IN ELEVATOR
DES MOINES, Feb. 2C. Mrs. C B.
Fountain and hc-r mother. Mrs. A. Hoguc,
of Valley Junction", la., were crushed to
death today ln an elevator accident at
Mrs. Hoguo was the last person to get
on tho elevator and tho operator started
tho cago before she had fully got out of
reach of tho door. Tho daughter, notic
ing her mother, reached out to grab her
and was caught between tho cage nnd tho
celling and crushed, killing her Instantly.
Tho oporator then reversed tho power
and tho mother mado a plunge for her
daughter and was caught botweeh tho
floors of tho building and tho roof of the
! What Would You WisiYif Not , H
Tree Tea. Twenty - five j H
Years on the Market ( I H
and Sales Constantly '
T i nmm T ; I
! SMPORTEDBYI k
E : MBiilW E ,
A SAN FRANCISCO! A
LIBERTY STAKE 1 I
OF Z10N IS BORN I
Hugh J". Cannon,- Now .in Germany, (
Made President of Now Church
Division in Salt Lake. j J
"Liberty" Is the name of tho new stako j IH
of Zlon lying cast of Main and south of I
Third South streets, which was organized I
at tho Tabornaclo last night. Hugh J.
Cannon, who Is now ln charge of tho I
Mormon mission ln Germany, was chosen I
as president; Arnold Scbultcs as first
counsellor, and Philip S. Maycock as sec- '. IH
ond counsellor. IH
This is tho first of the now stakes to bo j IH
carved out of tho old Salt Lako stako.
The meeting at tho Tabornaclo was at- lH
tonded by about 400 members of tho I IH
church, all from wltbin tho limits of tho 1 JM
new stake. Angus M. Cannon called tho IH
meeting to order and presided, and tits '
purpose was explained by Francis JiL Ly- i
man on behalf of tho quorum of apoatlos,
and by President A. 1L Lund, represent- 'I
Ing tho first presidency. Twelve coun- li
sellors wcro selected to sit on the high
council, among whom are Georgo Buckle,
C. W. Simons, B, S. Hinckley, O. F. Hun- !
tcr and Alvln C. Strong.
After the, adjournment of tho meeting
the ncwly-elcctcd counsellors went to I, IH
tho first presidency and wero ordained ! i IH
for their new duties. Liberty stake Is now IH
formally organized and the- officers wilt
take charge at once. It has been decided
to hold tho Sunday afternoon sorviccs in
the Tabernacle as in tho past
Card of Thanks. i
We de9lre to thank the many friends.
and especially Miss Nora Gleason and JM
the vocalists under her management, for
the kindness shown us during our late I IH
bereavement. i IH
MRS. EDWARDS AND FAMILY. H
All tho spring novelties for men's
wear now ln. Wallace & Co. jH
BRADSTREET'S RESUME ! H
OF WEEK IN BUSINESS ' H
NEW YORK, Feb. W. Bradstrcct's re- I
view of trado this week says: 1 IH
Spring trado Is asserting Itself despite I
abnormally cold weather, heavy snows or 1 1
congested transportation facilities ln wide-
ly separated sections. Where weather H
conditions havo been favorablo, as from H
tho South, distributive trade, has bocn IH
good. Buying is generally classed as con-
Manufacturing Industry shows somo en- ,
largcmcnt of activity, especially in glass- j H
making and iron and steel production of B
pig Iron being nearly double that of two IH
Failures aro few ln number for this sea- . H
son of tho year, considering the belated H
spring season. It is still too early to re- H
port upon the winter wheat situation, but
advices so far are encouraging in the J 1
Southwest, ubsenco of snow covering or 1
lack of molsturo being reported in Mis
sourl, Oklahoma and Kansas.
War talk Ih still an Influence, trading lo i
strengthen food products, but to dopress I IB
raw cotton. Collections are still unsatls- , H
factory at most Northern markets. Rail- n H
way earnings aro not as encouraging as H
ln tho post, owing partly to the congestion il
growing out of blockaded shipments, but H
partly to cutting of grain freight rates. H
1 Take a LOOK J
1 right at ' I, '
your own Ii
S hinders the I ''
stomach" j I
and BRAINT J I
of many a man and I i, !
Try leaving it off 10 days
and use j jH
"THERE'S A REASON." '
I Look for the miniature book, I H
I "The Road to Wclvllle," ln each I
package. I i H
niif "IftH VJmmii m 'ta&imMatimSSBmst i H