Newspaper Page Text
IIS THE SAJr IjAKE TRIBTOOTr BATUKDAY MOBOTSTG,' 3TEBRUAJIT 27, 1904. W'
UMBRELLAS UP TODAY
I Tho fair wcnther on ycntorda Lt. aooord-
f Jne to Local Forecaster Hyatt to Rlvo way
I today lo rnln or snow.
I &Mm$' Whether tho storm.
i I S&V&k if snow, will bo or
i ! ' .S33 l)jlzzard vHrlcty. or.
1 i "&w$ if rain. o the tlelugo
! 1 1 tiV$&4& character, la not
I I i i known. Tlio signal
E 1 LfS ;Gag simply announc
MKmRlT JK "rain or snow."
f .Yostorthuy was iui
$TO'v3' ! other Ideal day and
. fettF'TOW"! imado glad the lioarta
S T5 J't of tlio retail mer-
jSt ' chants, a3 the ladles
P TaC: avorc out in groat
( tmirnbors. The maximum tern pcraturo was
I YX degrees; minimum, 41 degrees.
i At other DcJiits tho recorxl was:
HP driver , Cl0?r"
I Grand Junction Pt Cloudy...'
Helena So:ir"o l
III PooatoUo Clear..
III tModena, Pt. Cloudy.. l
3) CWlnccmuccn. Clear.
II CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD
Mrs. Janet GorUnos died at Wt Jor
i dan -Wednesday. aged 95 yoars. She will
K "bo burlod tomorrow frooi the Went Jor
j clou mcoting-hcuse;
j Tiie presidents of tho different classes
J Ri tho University held a mooting yeeter
5 -day aftornoon and completed crraoKO
I taunts for thoJr annual spring track moot.
I Herman Gustason was brought In from
Bingham, ycatrdny by Deputy bhcrlff
aviluams to servo a. sentence of thirty
tlays in tho county jail for disturbing- tlio
: , .
The Ploronco Roberta Thealrioal cotn
pany will remain In this cjty over Sunday,
leaving Monday for Ogden, whero a ono
nlght stand will Jo played, and. prooBcduig
thenco to Dcnvon
little Rlier Rldces, tiio ftix-ycar-old Bon
t Milton Ridges, at 413 West Third North,
was run over by a wagon yesterday ana
I Jmd his left arm broken two inches blow
' Crodltora of Charles P. Modsen, manu-
I 'facrurer of .icetylone gas, fixtures and
moving: picture machines, have filed a pe
i titlon asked that he bo deolnrod a bemk-
1 rtipt. The claJma arrsxocate about $700.
B- H. E. Parkhurst, nurveror In chnrKO C
H, tho board of underwriters In this city, haH
llcen mado aneolal aarcnt for Colorado,
"Wyoming and Utah, and will leave for
i ( Denver In a fow days. Tho name of his
ucceBJor has not yet boon announced.
Bradstroot'a report local trade condl
1 -Uoiib as foliows for the past week. Both
retail and wholesale circles report Im-
. jirovoment over corresponding orlod of
i 3rovloui year, illnlny bitoresta show ac-
j ! th-Ity and are placing- larpo ordor for
jnacbtncrj'. Money Urm. and. collections
Directors of thty Utah Salt Tjako Caaiol
company held a mc-etlnir at Hlvernldo
Wednesday and took notion on tho Utah
lake lmprovexnont project favorable to the
. 3Ian outlined by the general committee for
y dealing wiUi the Government, It Is ox-
jvsetel that then; will bo a full altonrianco
: jf canal prealdcnls and attorneya. besides
J many dlrcctora, at tho mooting to be held
today wltli tho KonoraJ commlttoo for the
purpose of deciding' dellnitcly upon tho
' plan to bo adopted.
( Georco G. Armstrong:, candidate 'or
, nomination on tho Republican ticket to
one of tho eeaUs on the bench of tho Dls
j ! trlct court, is In receipt of a communlca-
' t Ion from the president of "UlKconaln unl-
verslty. of which ho Is a Rraduate, asking
t 2 lm to do what ho can toward forming
zi Utah-WIscon&lr. club in tills State,
Thero arc many alumni of tho "Wisconsin
Mcliool horo, and the object of organizing
Hi The club is to furthor the. success of tlio
j,1 big Jublloo to be given next June. In honor
H; uf thi' graduation of tho first clac from
Hj tlif old university, llfty jxaiy ago. At
t his eeml-centennlQl jubilee repruscnta
lives from all the leading college and
H mnlvensltlw oC Ibis country ana of Europe
Hlf Tvill be present, and clubs are now being
1 formed throughout tho country of old
i students and graduate of Wisconidn to
l' arouse a lively Interest In the; celebration
H. and to secure funds to help It along.
;1 KWUTSFORD HOTEL,
jj The ono place for comfort suvl ele-
' Rancc. Fireproof; telophonoa In every
room; modern In every way.
iD. T. Sharp Coal Co.
Office, 73 South Main street. Tole
fchonea Tlfl eind 430.
Yard No. 3, 1st South bet. 3rd and '
'Aih West. Telephone 713-8 rings.
Tard Xo. 2. 12th South and 11th East.
Yard Ko. 2, State bet. ISth and 14th
Bouth. Telephone 105.
II PERSONAL B1EHTI0N.
, V J Hailorau, tho Tliird South atrcot
real estate agent, Is at Stateline on mining
; County Commissioner IL X. Blandish
has gono to Sunnyplde on buBiness and
will not be back, until Monday.
A- C. Foster, a prominent rancher of
Box jQldv county, is Hpending a few dovs
dn Bait Lake. Mr. Foster Is a brother to
that well-known statesman and diplomat,
John W Foster of Now York, and enmo to
Utah tlu-ee year ago with hin family to
siako his homo.
II Spring Iambs, at the Palnca Meat
Market. 'Phone 169 aud 946.
'Acotb-jr blp ?.udlonco xaw Floronco Rob
rts at tho Salt Lako Theatre last night
in "Tho Frisky Mrs. Johnson," This aft
ornoon ncd night tho play will be
"Zajca," In which Mis:. Roberts Is such a.
groat favorlto, and largo houses are of
course assured. Sho will nlay here again
The Continental Life Insurance and
Investment company, Governor H. M.
"Wells, president; H. Tyree, vlcc-prest-dent
and general manager: "W. S. Mc
Cornlck, treasurer; "W. H. Cunningham,
Rccrctary, Is now organized and ready
for business. Ofllce rooms, 301 to 305
Deseret New; building.
I, FORMER PATRO IICAIT
SENT TO THE ASYLUM
Phillip 11. Fltzmaurico, a foi-mer cltv
patrolman, was adjudged inHono and com
mitted to tho State Mental hospital at
Provo yostcrdoy. The examination was
conducted by County Physician Mavo
and Dr.. Root before Referee J. TJ. Kl'd-
I rodgo, Jr.. at the homo of the defendant,
n It was found that he Is afflicted with a
D Bad caso of melancholy Induced by brood
ing over the death of hl wife, who diod
H about two yoars ago.
jj 3Ir Fllzmaurlce was examined to
j hie sanity a couple of months ago and
I, although It was apparent at the time
tliat his mind was more or loss derangM
I hj was released upon tho promlBO that
It, he would find something to do occupv his
I r J2dnd nnd qult brooding over hlis j-ofrow.
It Thin he has not been able to do and for
I . tho past several days has been tr'lng to
I starve himself to death.
I I Yes, We have nice Bprlng lambs, the
1 firet of the season: also choice Block of
oysters and fish. The Pnlace .Meat Mar
lj 0et. 'Phone lfiO and 956.
,IC delivery of tho Tribune. la Irregular
P' ml'O complaint to office, 125 South
West Templo ut., or Jolcnnono 200,
"HELLO BILL" AFTER
THE SHERIFFS SCALP
Manager of the Show Company Claims to Have Been Injured
$5000 Worth by the Officer in His Arrest
Sheriff C "Frank Emery of Salt Lake
county and his mircty, the United States
fidelity nnd Guarantee company, aro
made defendants In an uctton for JflOOO
damages llletl in tho Dlstriot court
yesterday by Melville XoUog, manager
of the "Hello 35111" company, VChlch
Emashed up (n this city lafit month, The
plaintiff recltCH a. long tale of yvoo In
which Sheriff Emery in charged' with
having maliciously awaulted him on
Sunday, January 17th, when he waa
placed under arr6st at the Oregon Short
Kollog disbanded his company in this
city on the night of January ICth, and i
his arrest on the following day wan
made at the instigation of four- of tho
actors of the company, who maintained
that they could not be discharged with
out two weeks' notice or salary for that
length of time. Both of thoffo request
were refused by the manager, and he i
was placed under arrest when about to
leave for New York.
Kollog alleged -thai -tufc-do-fEndant com
pelled him by the use of force to go with
him to tho police station, and that
he "wan restrained of his liberty with
out cause for twenty-four hours. The
nlaintllt avers that IiIh am3t was made
ngaiiiHt his will and that It was without
authority and without legal process.
The defendant 1k alleged to have acted
In u boisterous, Insolent anil malicious
mannor, and to have caused the plaintiff
great humiliation by doing so in the
sight and hearing of many people.
His. arrest Ib also alleged to have In
jured hln standing as a theatrical nmn
ng.ir, and that .he was put lo conelder
nblo expentv in caring for seven mcm
I borfl of the "Hollo Bill" company, -who
I were detained In this city twenty-four
hours by reason of his arrest. It hi
further alleged that he- wat compelled
to pay $100 as counsel fees In obtaining
IiIb discharge. As a suitable rccomponw
for all tho humiliation and expense lo
which he was put the plaintiff ni'ks that
he be given Judgment In the sum of
55000 and couts.
TWO UTAH CONVICTS
WITH LOYAL WIVES
Work Like Men in Coal Mines of England to Raise Money
to Get Their Husbands Out
Unusual foaturos which have developed
In the movement for executive clemonoy
in behalf of "William "Watson and Robert
Lletor. two young men convicted last
Juno of having been ongagod in a holdup
at Ogden and sentenced to serve fivo
yearn hi tho State prison, will bo aired
before the Board of Pardons at the next
regular meeting of that body, on Satur
day, March 10th. These features include
an exhibition of marked loyalty to tho
convicts by their wives In far-away Eng
land, the earning of money by hard work
and the undergoing of great hard.-hlps
on the, part of those women, the sending
of tho money hero lo be used in securing
e. new trial for their loved ones, and the
knowledge Anally gained that nothing
had been done in their behalf.
It Is claimed that AVutson and Lister
are well connected In England, many let
ters having been written to Gov. Wells
by prominent people of that country ask- 1
Ing that if there be extenuating circum
stances In their case they bo given full
weight In tho application for clemency
which has been made. It i said that as
soon as the wives of the young men
heard of their conviction for the crimo
the two women secured employment In
a coul mlno near their homo, doing tlio
work of men and denying themselves of
everything but baro necessities, that they
might earn money to send hero to bo used
In an attempt to secure a new trial. Thev
finally raised the sum of JSO0. which, it is
.claimed, was placed in tho hands of M.
D. Leascnger, an Ogden attorney, with
the understanding that he was to use It
In behalf of the young men. No new trial
was secured for them, however, and now
the matter is to bo brought before the
Board of Pardons. Lesscngor, Sheriff
Bailey of AVcber county and tho prose
cuting attorney have, been subpoenaed to
appear before the board ot Us next meet
ing to explain the matter us best they
may, if they have explanations to moke,
Attorney A, B. Irvine of this city has been
retained to pruont tho caso of the con
victs to tho hoard.
DO SMELTER FUMES
KILL HONEY BEES?
Does smeller smoke kill bees'7 A hive
bolonglng to Attorney N. J. Sheckell,
who Is something of an apiarist, met
with an accident the other day which
resulted in the exposure nf the bees,
when it was discovered that they were
all dead. Mr. Sheckell then made In
quiries of other beekeepers, who In
formed him that practically all the bees
In the county were dying from the ef
fects of smelter smoke. John W. flack,
one of the most prominent heemen In
the elty. believes that this theory has
"There is no doubt," said Mr. Back
yesterday, "that bees kept In the Im
mediate vicinity of the smelters are af
fected by the smoke, but I do not be
lieve that the effects -would be noticed
at the distance of this city from the
smelters. Tt will not be known for an
other month or fo how the bees have
fared generally during the past winter,
but I do not anticipate any unusual fa
tality among them It Is not unusual
lor bees to die off every two or three
years. Unless extreme care is exer
cised hives are likely to become over
crowded, and the bees then become dls
eaied nnd quickly die. They are a ten
der Insect and require the closest at
tention to keep them healthy. But It
does not stand to reason thnt the ymel
ter fumes could kill them at a distance
of several miles from tho smelters."
GETS HANDSOME GIFT
As handsome a present for a clubhouse
as could well be conceived of Is to bo
made to the University cllib of this city
by tho jewelry house of the I. II. Leyson
company. It 1b a clock, and perhaps tho
finest clock ever seen In Salt Lake. The
case Is a Florentine hand-carved affair
which stands 0 foot In height, and which
Manager Pcarsall ha been elevon months
in Importing from Italy, so long did It re
quire to complcto tho work after tho or
der was given. Tho case is of walnut,
which will harmonise perfectly with tho
interior llnluh of tho new clubhouse, and
not a drop of oil or varnish has touched
tho clock's woodwork. It having been
given a wax llnish which causes the wood
to become moro beautiful, the color
richer and deeper with age. The clock's
works wore Imported from Germany and
are. In kcoping with tho elegant cae.
while the French pinto glass In tho doors
were cut and beveled In this city. The
clock has delightful musical quarter
hour chimes, and a stately, dlnifled gong
-which cannot grate harshly upon the
most nonsltivo nerves. In fact It Ib a
work of art In every purtlcular, some
thing which of Itself suggcots luxury and
ease, peace and harmony. Tho value of
tho elegant timepiece 13 J400, but the
value as measured In dollars docs not do
It Justice. It will doubtlcHB bo a useful
thing of beauty for more than -J0O years.
BIG SALT FACTORY
ON LUCIN CUT-OFF
The Utih Sblt and Scda. company, of
which Dr. U. V. Withers of Ogden is
president, and which u? operating on tho
west shore of Great Salt lake, on the
Lucln ci't-off, Is getting In Ehapo for
operations on qulto a largo scale. It al
ready has about 100 carloads of salt In
ricka, ready for refining, and will at once
begin the bullying of extensive works. Its .
An international dispute Involving a
lady from Jerusalem and nnothcr lady
from University street was arbitrated
yesterday morning by Assistant City
Attorney D. O. "Wllley to the satisfac
tion of all. The lady from University
street complained that Mrs. Hassoun. a
Syrian peddler, had ctolcn a little
, pocket knife, worth about 10 eenta, Sxpm
first undertaking will be to put In an elec
trical chemical plant for handling tho bl
products of salt, such as tho chlorides for
medicinal purposes, washing sodas, and
other useful compounds. The Southern
Pacific railroad Is building a track to tho
bite of the company's works, and Micro
la every Indication that Its claims of
marked activity to follow aro well found
ed. Boston capltollats, It Is said, are
heavily Interested In the new concern.
BEET SUGAR STATION
FOR SPANISH FORK
President T. R. Caller of the Utah
Sugar company Is at Spanish Fork look
ing after somo proposed extensions of tho
company's works in that region. It Is
undorstood that he ha decided upon the
building of a plant at Spanish Fork for
saccharlno extraction, which will bo con
nected by pipe liny with tho factory at
Lchl. probably by way of tho pipe lino
which already conveys beet lulce from
tho 8pringvllle extracting plant to the
factory. By this arrangement tho Span
ish Fork plant will noceesltate the laving
of only ten or twelve miles of additional
pipe line, making the full length about
her residence. The Sjrlan lady from
Jerusalem reported that the complain
ant had taken her shawl The Univer
sity street lady admitted taking the
shawl, but said she had taken It so she
could find the lady from Jerusalem and
have her arrested for stealing tho knife.
Attorney "Wllley made such an affect
ing plea for peace and amity that the
University lady was dissolved In tears
and returned the shawl, while the lady
from Jerusalem crossed her heart and
said she did not have the knife. Thus
both knife and the hatchet wfere hurled
Bad ail p.artiey 3VCnt a-wajr hapoy,
Cyrus Loud, Salt Lake City
Addle McCoy. Salt Lakft City -10
Owvor, Mrs, Myrtlo M., age 23, Holy Cross
hosn.. Fob. ?).
Shafor, Jesso A., ago 20, liS E. 2nd So.,
Gilchrist, Charles K., ago 70, JWi E. 1st
So.. Feb. HI
Long, George FrodPrtck, ago 40, U0 E. 2nd
So., Fob. 2C.
SILUTER Tho funeral porvlce.s of 3r
slo A. Shafer will be held at the First
Warn mccling-hou.se Shnday afternoon
at 1 o'clock Interment In City cemc
torv. Friends desiring to view tho re
ma'lnH can do fo at the family residence,
DlC South Ninth EaHt strort, Sunday,
from J0:SQ a. in. to p. m.
EBER "W. I TALL, UNDERTAKER
and Embalmor, opp P. O., 110 W. 2nd So.
MONUMENTS AND TOMBBTONEG.
R. M'KENZIE. MONUMENTS, TOMB
stonea. 130 "W. lut So. Wrlto for prlcen.
FLORISTS AND SEEDSMEN.
SALT LAKE-I1UDDERT FLORIST
Co. Largest greenhouses In Uie West gli3
FLORAL DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Richard p:. Kvnns. 2C .Main ut. Tel. ML
ECIIWARZ & IIEINCKE. FLORISTS,
Bccdmen. G-l E. 2nd So. Tel. 003. rfOl
ALFALFA. CLOVER. GRASS. GAR
den, flower seeds, fertlllzors. catalogue
frco. VoBCler Seed Co. s4S
WHERE TO STOP.
THE CLAYTON: ROOMS J2.W TO J3.00
week. 21C So. State st. rlUO
" ROOMS AND BOARD Jl DAY UP:
weekly rate?. 270 West So. Temple. rl01i
LINCOLN HOUSE. CS E 1ST SOUTH.
2C0 rooms; rates. 25 and 85 cents. slSIC
COLUMBIA OPTICAL CO., 250 MAIN.
"Wholesale and retail inanuf opticians.
ENGRAVERS AND DESIGNERS.
DE BOUZEK ENG. CO. CUTS FOR
all purponeo. 27 W. S. Temple. r387
UTAH JUNK CO.. TIIGHEST PRICE
paid for iron, brasn. rans, bottlos. rubber,
copper, etc. G3 E. Sth So. 'Phone 229. bS12
A new sanitary process. 153 E. 3rd So.
Work guaranteed. slStiO
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
SODA WATER PAYS LARGE
prollts. The most popular fountain Ls
made by Robert M. Gieen & Sons, Phila
delphia, Pa. Send for catalogue or ad
dress S. J. Fell. P. O. box 001, Salt lake.
for prices and terms. sITuj
BOARDING HOUSE, S ROOMS, CLOSE
Restaurant, 2nd So., lease, $1-100.
Rooming houso, 2S rooms, S2S00.
D. L Miller, room S, St. James hotel.
MAIL ORDERS FILLED IF RE
celved today unless sooner disposed of:
4C0 Con. Mercur, Clc: 200 Century. "Co; 40O
Silver Star, 2c; W) Rocco-HomesUvke. -15c;
Two Sunshine. 4c. Geo. llatton, Slock Bro
kur. 13 12. 2nd So. slK
A SMALL COOK STOVE. NEARLY!
new and In perfect condition; call before
noxt Tuesday. 2C2 S. 3rd East st., upstairs.
A NEW BUFFALO WHIM AND WHIM
horse for sale, cheap. E. McCarrick, 420
S. Sth East st. 81920
CHEAP COMPLETE SET OF DRUG
store fixtures and part of stock; reason
for selling, havo retired from business.
Call or nddreas James- Hcgnoy, Albany
hotel, city. sl3Gj
SADDLERY AND HARNESS BUSI
ness. In best cattle and ranching section
of Colorado. Adess A &2, Tribune. sl70
KO GRADED CATTLE. 1, 2 AND 2
yeai old. P. A. Dunbay, Tooelo, Utah.
JERSEY COW FOR SALE; $30. S22 W.
3rd South. hISSI
ONE MAPLE DRESSER. LARGE RE
frlgeralor, ono sideboard, small table; al
most new 031 4th st. sisoi
GOOD RESTAURANT. RENT J30,
will soil very cheap If sold at once. Swa-lum-Davls
Co., KJ W. 2nd So. st. el82-l
ROOMING-HOUSE. INQ. AT 72 WEST
2nd South. 31571
FURNITURE OF FOUR ROOMS, J75.
900 E. 3rd So. sl570
STRINGER CO.. 70 W. 2ND SOUTH.
Furniture completo of a 5-rm. cottago,
house rontH for $13.50 per month, $175
cash, balance on easy payments.
Tho Stringer Co., 70 West 2nd South.
STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHAN
dlse. store building, dwelling house, large
outside cellar, warehouses and 214-acro
lot In bet part of crowing town of COO
pcoplo; only one other store: C eawmllls
within 16 miles; largo territory: coal mlno
within SO miles, 10-it. vein; 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 $000 to $000. Addrosa T 10.
1003 WINTON TOURING CAR. COST
$2000; two $40 headlamps. $50 worth extra
Mrc3, all first-clans order. $1C50. Colorado
Automobile Co.. 1510 Court Place. Denver,
Colo. Selling agents for Thomaa 3-cylln-dcr,
21 h. p. touring cars, $2C00. h225
SHEEP FOR SALE. ABOUT 4EO0
cheep, vcll bred; 2500 are awes, balance
yearlings. For further particulars ad
dress Newman Bros.. Klmamo, Ida. s653
TWO 50-FOOT LOTS IN OGDEN; WDL.L
trade for piano. 310 Eccles bldg. Ogdon.
A GOOD BUSINESS FOR SALE; BEST
paying business In eastern Oregon; for
sale on account of falling hoalth: for par
ticulars Inquire Granstrom'H Cafe and
Oyster House, Baker City, Or. b1209
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD. IOWA
stables, 123 W. So Temple. aU03
FURNITURE OF 7-ROOM BOARD-tr.g-house;
house for rent. G 85, Tribune.
LARGE NEARLY NEW NATIONAL
, cash register. Address R 43. Xiibnuo,
BY LADY, 2 UNFURN ROOMS IN
private family. Add. F-T1, Tribune. slS33
A FIRST-CLASS, ALL-AROUND, UP-to-dato
bakur; hand work; good wages.
W. P, Holman A Co , Kemmeror, Wyo.
SECOND-HAND LUMBER. AD
dross 1'. O. box GIG, city. sl!MS
TO BUY GOOD YOUNG DELIVERY
horse. Chrlatenaon Bros.' store, J74 So.
Sth E. si8S3
HEAVY DRAFT HORSE, 1000 OR
QVfr. Apply 53 W. 2nd South. slSOO
TWO OR THREE GENTLEMEN TO
room at an up-to-date pluce. very close
m and lino location, board 1 block away.
Call 167 2nd street sl7C2
MANDOLIN. 'GUITAR AND VIOLIN
teacher; permonont position, 50.00 i
month; transportation paid. Up-to-Dato
Music Co., Ford blk.. rooms 2-3. Great
3' ails, Mont; apply Immediately. sloH
A CHILD TO TAKE HOME AND
core for. 42C So. 9th East. sl5U
TO TRADE. SO SHEARING MACHINES,
gasoline engine; plant complete, been
used very little. Trade for real estate la
Idaho or near Salt Lake or Ogden. W. H.
Austin. Chinook. Mont. s233
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
stoves. S. L. Furniture Co.. 233 S. Stato.
FURNITURE OR ANYTHINO SEC-ond-hand;
nothing too large or rtno. I. X.
L, 2nd-hand store. Tel. 4SO-3. 23S S. State.
8EOOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
atoves. See Matsen, 219 Stale. 'Phon!
WHY BE BROKE WHEN WE WILL
loan you money on diamonds, watches,
Jewelry, guns, took, musical Instruments,
trunks, etc 'Phono 217C-Y. Largo loans,
small lntorcst SO B. 1st So. Uncle Saai.
MORE POSITIONS THAN MEN.
This Isr why wo aif constantly search
ing for hlgh-gnido men. We ned them
to till executive, salesmen, clerical and
technical positions paying attractive sal
irles. If not satisfied with your present
position wrlto for plan jmd booklet. Hap
goods, suite F, &02 Pioneer bldg., Seattle,
YOUNG MAN FOR CLERK IN OF
llco. Call 'JZ! Nows bldg. slS72
AN EXPERIENCED DEMONSTRA
tor. Address Box 1378. city. b1S75
GOOD. RELIABLE. ENERGETIC
man for permanent position, with good
opportunities for advancement. Apply
Room 235. Commercial Club bldg. slS78
A GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK. 57 SO.
State. Salt Lake Costuming House. s1S8j
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
family of three. 371 6th st. 81759
WANTED BRIGHT SOLICITORS
for "War Between Russia and Japan,"
by Murat Ilalstcnd; best book; big book;
enormous demand; big profits; freight
puld; credit given; outfit free. The Do
minion Company. Dopt B, Chicago. sl700
GOOD COOK; GOOD WAGES; REP
erencos required. Apply at 9SG 3rd st. s!574
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Hotel, restaurant and household help.
ncadtiuartr5 for laborers.
B5 W. 2nd So. Tel. 464-2 rings. o7l2
MEN ALL BARBER WORK FREE
at Moler's Barber collecc G2 E. lat South.
MEN TO LEARN THE BARBER
trado; 3 weeks completes; positions guar
anteed; tuition earned while learning;
licensed Instructors: growing demand for
our graduates. Call or write for partlcu-
laro. Molor'B Barber colloge. C2 E. lot So.,
Salt Lake City. r!737
WE WANT 10,000 AGENTS FOR
greatest household seller over invented;
actually sells In evory home; Immense
monoy-maker for agents. Send 10c for
complete sample and our largo illustrated
catalogue of agents' supplies, Southern
Mercantllo Co., Dept. B 129 Houston, Tox.
BY FIRST-CLASS JAPANESE COOK,
hotel or mining comp. P. O. Box RS3. slS4
1ST-CLASS BARBER WANTS WORK
in or out of city. 352 Stale sl8S7
BY TWO JAPANESE. ONE AS COOK,
tho other as dishwasher, or uny kind of
work. Address F 49. Tribune. slSOG
LIGHT TEAM, HARNESS AND WAG
on for building Jots. Address P. O. box
WALL PAPER CLEANING.
THE IDEAL PAPER CLEANING CO..
Charles M. Gott, Manager. Leave your or
ders at tho Smith Drug Co. 'Phone 23S.
PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING.
W. A. DUVALL, 121 W. 2ND SO.. TEL.
No. U45-k. Our new paper Is arriving
MOVING AND STORAGE.
REDMAN VAN AND STORAGE CO..
moving, packing and shipping. 'Phono 555.
Office ICG and 128 S, W. Temple. hlM5
BOARD AND ROOMS.
BOARD AND ROOM; MODERN IM
provements, homo cooking, for two. &25
E. 4th So. slSMG
PLEASANT ROOMS WITH BOARD,
for gentlemen; private family; $-1.50 por
week. CC E. 1st North. slSla
2 SUITES OF ROOMS. WITH OR
without board, for gcntlcmon. 411 So. W,
PLEASANT FRONT ROOM, MODERN;
with board. 270 E. 1st South.
TABLE BOARD AT 316 SOUTH 4TH
FRONT PARLOR AT MRS. H. W.
Honslcr's. Rear 33S E. 2nd South. al540
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH
board; modern. l&S N. Main. a 1525
RATES. S70 W. SO. TEMPLE. ( bS4
2 PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH BOARD.
In modern home. 137 N. W. Temple. rl247
WE TELL YOUR NAME AND ANY
thing you wish to know without asking
questions; free If not correct; 10 to 9 dallv
Arnold-DlckBon BroK., U9'j S Muln st.,
Telephone 2184-K sl9W
SUNDAY NIGHT SPIRIT FORMS AP
pcar unveiled; all oan see and talk to
them; every ono welcome Arnold-Dickson
. Bros,, .15926 iafn sL ,
S-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE, 271 L
st. Inc. 73 D st, S192C
1-ROOM HOUSE. WITH PANTRY
and closet 7IS W. 2nd North st. slOU
3-ROOM STRICTLY" MODERN COT
tage near 7th and K, $20.
Brand new Oroom, two-story, furnoco,
cemented cellar, $50.
S-roorn modern, on First street, $45.
7S West 2nd South. 'Phone 173. sl95L
?3-7-ROOM MODERN BRICK. 437 E.
3rd South. Inqulro for key, Klug Hard
ware Co. TU53
OR LEASE, ON EAST BENCH. LOT
with small house. Add. F-50, Tribune.
OR LEASE. LOT WITH BARN. ADD.
F-OO, Tribune. alOU
SEVEN-ROOM BRICK. BATH, GAS,
electricity, cement basement, nowly pa
pored and painted throughout. 44G S. W
Temple. R. K. Thomas. i!7 Main. alSli
THREE ROOMS, EITHER FUR
nlshcd or unfurnlnhsd. SJ3 E. 3rd So. In
quire I, X. L. Furniture & Carpet Install
ment House. si 820
FOUR-ROOM BRrCK AND SUMMER
kitchen; $30. Apply 7G7 S. W. Toraple.
$7 THREE BRICK ROOMS. L. DAHL
qulst. 423 South West Temple. slSCS
EAST SIDE MODERN 7-ROOM BRICK,
furnace, etc., 335
Modern 7-room' and barn. $30- rtr
E. J. Wills, 15 W. 2nd So., room 29. sl&5
BRICK HOUSE, 3 LARGE ROOMS
and cellar. $10 per mo. 137 Oak st. alSOt
LODGE HALL: MODERN; COM
plotoly and clogantlv furn., Including tele
phone. Add Manager. 423 D. F. Walker
bldg. Telephone 207S-X and 1332-Z. nHS7
FOUR-ROOM AND SUMMER KITCH
en and five-room cottagos, clo.v) In, pan
tries, closets and cellars: positively no
boys. Inq. 134 W. 6th So. sl2S3
WE WANT SOME HOUSES TO RENT, j
, Hill Invest Co.. 1M So. W. Temple. mllQ I
I 6TH SO.. NEAR 3RD E.. C-P.OOM
modern brick. $25.
Sth So., near 1th E. 7-room modern
6th E . near 6th So., 6-room modern
7th So., near 6th E., 6-room modem
2nd W.. near Cth So., G-room house. $17.
SklYS2" near-5th E., S-room house. $10.
l.h S- near 12th n- S-room houso. $8.
Rege Realty Co., No. S W. 2nd So.. Suite
J-J,-n"d 17 Walker Bank building. 'Phono
Rege Realty Co., No. 3 W. 2nd So.
C-RM. BRTCK. NEW, MODERN.
Cfllar. SIS a mo.: close to car line.
Hubbard Inv't Co.. 78 W. 2nd So. 3721
"OUSES, DIFFERENT SIZES AND
fdfrorent localities; also unlmprovod resi
dence, business or trackage propertv for
sale; easy tornis. Apply at 445 S. W. Tcm
plo at. from 13 to 2 or after 5 p. m. b-120
4 LARGE ROOMS. SUITABLE FOR
offlco or llvlnc rooms. Apply Butlor's
grocery, 210 State st s2S9
GOOD STORE. WITH OR WITHOUT
basement. East 2nd Sooth 2t Frltsch.
No. 12 East 2nd So. r2423
A COMPARATIVELY NEW EIGHT
rcom modern brick houso. furnished, fur
nace Coll at 75 Second st. Ownor leav
8EVERAL DESIRABLE HOUSES. J.
Donnan Reavls. 73 W, 2nd So. 'Phono 173,
20 HOUSES, ALL KINDS. PRICES
and locations. Tuttlo Bros.. 149 Main st.
LARGE STOREROOM ON MAIN ST.T
bot. 2nd and 3rd So. Houston Real Es
tate Inv. Co.. 251 Main. plOS3
3 UNFURNISHED SUITES IN JEN
nlngc block for bachelor apartments. In
qulro 15 W. 2nd South, room 28. pllOO
7 AND 8-ROOM MODERN HOUSE;
st.m and hot water hoat. cIoeo In. Ja-nos
K. Shaw, under Walker Bros.' bank. nlBS9
7-ROOM H0U3E IN PARK TER
jaee, Inqulro J. U, Hlxkoy. 01 McCor
nlck blk. pi7
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES. DOU
ble chins and all facial blemishes romoved.
Eczema, pimples, oily nklnc. blackheads
and largo pores cured. Mrs. Dwlnell Mc
Kay, The Cullen. suite 76. S2454
SEIDLER BROS.. LADIES' TAILOR
lng a specialty. All work first class. 219
Main st an 3
NEW OR 2ND-HAND. CASH. TRADE
or terms. Sorrenson-Stoutt Co.. 43 E. 2d So.
NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS. OS
car Groahell. sales agent, No. 221 Main st
Export cash register repairing. Second
hand reglsturs always In stock. nltSO
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
struction; large stock of latest chande
liers. Inter-Mt Elcc Co.. 45 E. 1st So.
H. B. DAVIS. PLUMBING, HEATING,
swer work. Tel. 1371-Y. 123 E.'2nd So,
CARLOAD OF GO-CARTS AND BABY
carriages; torms $1 on $10. $10 on $100; no
Interest I. X. L. Furniture & Carpet
Installment House. IS E. 2nd So. slJ03
WE ARE LOCATED NOW IN OUR
now store. 62 E. 2nd SouUi, and have In
stock tho largest line of new and second
hand furniture, carpets, stoves, ranges,
etc.. in the city. Terms to suit. No
braska Furnlturo Co., 62 E. 2nd So. s93S
ROOFDXG REPAIRS REASONABLE.
B. L. Gravel Roofing Co.. 440 W. 1st No.
1 UTAH POULTRY AND EGG CO..
headquarters for fancy poultry. We buy
and sell at all times. Fancy live and
dressed. Always reliable. Fancy eggs
for setting. Give us a call. Chas. A. Hol
bcrg. Mgr., 10S W. 1st So. sl749
SUNBURST AND ACCORDION
pleating. Mrs. Jenncns. 47 B. lat So. rr.413
GEORGE HATTON. STOCK BROKER.
No, 43 East 2nd So. Commission charged,
of lnor cent Certificates Hcnt by regis
tered mall to out-of-town patrons. YoU
pay no fee It you bay, from, oc sell to me.
f ADDITIONAL j
1 ... CLASSIFIED ADS .Mf
ON PACE 11 jfc
PLEASANT FnONT ROOM ClJ ffll'
": rSovuthy rcnabig-3 so ap
THREE-ROOM HOUSE; ELECtlPf
lights. 442 N. Srd West. Wb.
FURNISHED APARTMENTS wHtf
or without board. 247 E. BrlRham'st :2
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS: AlBr
sleeping rooms. CS S. 1st Went' i3B
TWO VERY DESIRABLE FURNhP
ed rooms for gentlemen, modern; prlifc
family; five minutes' walk from Atta.'l5
University clubx. 273 E. 1st So. t1U
NICELY FURN. ROOMS FOR 2 OJ ,
ladies; private family; electric Hsht bML
board If drvslrcd. 678 E. Ith So. a jflj
SUITE OF ROOMS IN PRIVATE FJ &
My; closo In; well furnished and modi Si '
Add, F 52. Tribune.
2 ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING r"
per week. 576 So. Main. j .jf
BEAUTIFUL MODERN ROOMS. R1 fdj
sonablo: ISC B St.. tol. 2163-K: 340 linit
So., tel. 1200-Y; 24J West First Soi V.
tel. 1209-Y. j I
NICE ROOMS. WITH OR W1TH0 ffl
housekeeping; ground floor, modern. At
1 Phlpp court near Board of Trade, -jj J'
SUITE OF ROOMS, GROUND FI.O( nt
fine location; cheap. 61 W. S, Tempi e-
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, i; it
West First South :pxti
TWO ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPI $ '
$S; rear 29 South Fouiih Baat . Oei
2 AND 3-ROOM SUITES, NICI $T
furnlshod. light housokoeplng. 164 E.-'fcre'
So. i jjjjh
3 NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS J
housekeeping, ground floor, modern; L,
chlldron. No. 6 Dubel aro,, E. 2nd 1
FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, Wl Zki
or without board. 257 E. 2nd So. ' jJ,
1 OR 2 NICE ROOMS. WITH
without housekeeping 317 W. 4th So'.S Ui
3 TORN, HOUSEKEEPING ROO file
at 12 Quince st.
FURN. OR UNFURN. ROOMS, j: ??
W. 1st 8ouUi. Kimball block. .j
15-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. PARI Hi
furnished: cloco In; 223 West Sth So. 1 Jja
THREE NICELY FURNISti
front rooms, housekeeping. 150 N(
FRONT ROOM. NEW BRICK. M PR
era. with bath. 36S E. 3rd Bo. 1 i11
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, R34 CJ! ft
non st, near 2nd So and 7th West J R
2 HOUSEKEEPING RMS,; MODE P.
also other rooms and board. 1C7 W, 1st i '
S-ROOM MODERN BRICK, HOT-"?
tor heat; nicely furnished, east side 'j ijjj
K. Shaw, under Walker's bank. 1
NEATLY FURNISHED iFflc fel
room at 311 E. 2nd South. t
G-ROOM COTTAGE. BETWEEN 9 A
and 10th East 2nd South Tel 13M-K. v
ONE LA ROE FURNISHED RQ fa
with or without houoekeepuig. 129
LOCKSMITH. H ,rh
KEYS MADE. $
154 SO. W. TEMPLE. 'PHONE 2153 til
MONEY TO LOAN. -
DON'T BORROW TROUBLE; BC W
row money. Salaried men or women fj
commodated on their noto. without rr jjh
gage or endorser. Easy payments. C ,fS
tldcntlal. Cherrj". 407 D. F. Walker b C.
CHEAP MONEY V
Any amount to loau on furniture, plai jJ
waroho'jse receipts, penonals or any 1 fcff
security. See us If you want money.:- ,V
Tates lowest In city. Easy torms; pis M
of time. 129 Keith-O'Brien bldg. f
WE HAVE A LARGE SURPLUSj: S.1
monov on term3 unusually favorabla mc
borrowers. Interest and expenRas lo
than any place In Salt Lake. The He
Trust & Savings Conpany. 6, 8, 10 VI m
first South street
ON CHATTELS OR REAL USTAl! -any
amount; any Umc. O. F. Peterso
W. 2nd So, t i
$10 TO $25.00) ON CHATTELS OR, RH
estate: private. Equitable Loan and': 5
veet. Co.. C3Vj W 2nd So.
ON ANY PROPERTY; YOU RBW 4 f
possession. The Stringor Co.. 70 W Snt eti
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS. 1 ?
mor E. Darling & Co,. 6 W. 2pd So. , , .
$1000 TO $50,000. ONE TO FIVE YEA jilt
arm or city proporty. James K. Bhi fte
under Walker Bros. bank. v! 6
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARl
Miller & Velio, 003 McCornlck bldg.
ON FURNITURE, PIANOS OR Gf
security, without removal; private. By Jf
Stolzenberger. 15 W. 2nd So room. 23.
CITY AND FARM PROPERTY, 6 A
7 per cent J. L. Pcrkes, 1S6 3-W. Temi
R, L. TRACY. 11 E, 1ST SO.. LEN ft
money: no commission, expense or doiaj
WE LEND MONEY TO BUT. &
houses. It ls not necessary to have
houso built first. Wo will advance, jt
money ae tho hoUso progroaBC, Low
rates. Part payment any time, and lnl
ost reduced accordingly. McGurrln & v
134 Main street "t
PHYSICIANS AND SURQEONl 1
WOaiAN SPECIALIST FOR WOMJ
Lulu Brooks. M. D.. ConsUtutlon
ARE YOU SICK? CAN NOBCj gl
cure you? Then try the Spirit phvsld th
thoy heal through tnt. C-mo and seci
Mrs, W. Heln. 35 W Sth So.
DR. A. SCOTT CHAPMAN. DEJrrfj
E05 Scott-StrcveU bldg. 'Phone 1SS4Q
SAFES. I tfr
NEW OR 2ND-HAND; CASH. TRA1
or terms. Sorcnsen-Stoutt Co.. 41 ,
SECOND-HAND MINE AND JK
mochuaery motors, pipe SL? Jkfc