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I 12 The BaufIiAK Tsaaaxnmi Wednesday Mokotig. March 2, 1904.
1 MAY BE SNOW OR RAIN
I ; "Probably cloudy -with local rain or
I.; snow" This is Iho reading of weather
JndlcallODU by loeni
vesterday in siting
Tip Llio Tvoathnr prob
abilities for today,
frhe snowstorm an
nounced for yester
day mlsjv.d connco
irtnd up to loot wen
Jnff bad not put In
an appearance. It
miay, however, as
cvnnounccd by Mr.
JJvalt. arrlvo today.
I temperature yestcrnay was uaurera,
minimum. S7 degree.
Othor Points. Max.
Denver Clear. ,.g3 2J
Grand Junction Pt. cloud. ..o2 24
Pocatello ...Pt. oloudy.... 32
j Wlnnomucca Cloudy.. ..4S 2S
I CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD
I Attorney-General Broedenwas in 0gd6n
I nncitcrdar on buslijoas.
I Tho fees taken in by the County Clorfc
during the month of, February amounted
I . Friend of Mr. and Mrs. Jackron Crane
will bo sorry to loam that their little son.
Jackson, died at Los Angeles January
m I3rd, from racnalcs,
I Owing to tho unfltnoss of the city's
jxitrol team, which is in no condition to
drive, tho few Insensible- drunks hauled
to tho station yesterday woro conveyed
H iJn a covcrpd express wagon.
H M. Kcsler, whllo Intoxicated, fell down
the stalrwav of the Leadvllle houpo Inst
night and fractured his wrist. Ho was
taken to tho city Jail, where, after a time,
Dr Stowart, the city physician, set the
H .brokon limb.
I All of the pollco officers changed shifts
vesterdav for tho coming month. Thoso
who have been doing day duty during tho
month of February feel that they liavo
hud a lltUe the worst of It, but can reflect
that tho month will he still shorter next
H Joseph Hunt West, sou of Joseph A
' and Loulso H. West, died last evening' at
s 45. Tho deceased was 1 year and 0
months old. Tho funoral will bo held at
H tho family residence. 343 Wost North
Temple- Definite arrangements will bt
HI announced later.
! Edward E. Hoftmnn of tho Hoffman
! 1 J3ros. music house of Webb City, Mo., has
I decided to locato In Salt I.ako City and
ji hnH becomo a partner of his brother.
V ' the well-known real estate dealer of this
I city. Tho firm will be known hereafter
H ) ' oa "Hoffman Bros.
H I j Tho Slato Board of Land Commissioners
H met yesterday in regular monthly session
H J and "passed upon a largo amount of rou-
J J tlno matters. Thero was nothing of any
J J Importance came up. Tho business con
3 1 j lnted of considering applications for cx
Hl 1 1 tensions and passim; upon bills.
H ! The first caso of smallpox reported In
J 1 -weeks was that of Chris Gebhardt, who
D j was found on Commercial street yestor-
I day with a well-dovcloped case of tho
I disease. He was Immediately taken into
1 custody and transferred to tho Isolation
i hospital, where ho will bo kept in quaran-
lino until tho malady has run its course.
H J Whilo Nightwatchman R. Malloy was
J making his rounds Monday night he found
H a man trying to effect an entrance
Ji & through the back windows of Fowler's bi
ll ! ' cycle shop on State street. Malloy arrcst-
jl j ed tho fellow, who gavo bis name an Carl
JI J j Warr and said he was trying- to get a
J L place to sleep. He will bo charged with
j .attempted burglary.
H ; ' At the request of the six mumbers prevl-
J I ously elected to compete In a final de-
D i bating contest, the judges yesterday ren-
B ' I dcred their decision. Tho principals aro
J I irowells, Holman and Soul. The altor-
J I 3 iiates are Jensen. Parko and Kcasc. Tho
J f threo ttrwt named will represent the Unl-
J j ji Ternlty In a debate to be held with tho
J j ' Colorado college on the -"Oth of April.
A petition for the probate of tho will of
J ; the late Col. Theodore Bruback won filed
J I in the District court yesterday. It was
J ' signed by tho widow, who nsks that Jo-
J slab Barnett and John J. Daly be an- .
J ; i pointed administrators. The estate con-
J ' xlsts of real property valued at $35,C) and
J ' ) personal property of the value of JC0,W).
J TJio hell's arc the widow and two children.
H The report of County Pauper Clerk Sa-
J bine for tho month of Fehruarj' shows
J that Jl?5o.S5 was distributed by the county
J ximong tho poor. This amount was dl-
J 1 vldod among 25 families, consist Inrc of
J i I persons. Of this number -'V families, of
J ' S75 persons, live in Salt Lake City, and 25
J j J families, composed of 120 members, llvo
J elsewhero In the county The average
J amount given to each family was JC.W,
J j nnd to each person SI .37.
Mayor Mon'ln yestcnlay, for the third
J time, appointed C M. Jackson as clerk of
J the Board of 1 1 faith to till the placo of
JL Horace IT Smith, resigned. Notwith-
Jl t landing the appointment hap twlco been
J turned down by the City Council, the
H 1 Mayor pcrslstH. The appointment was
H made yesterday morning, and Jackson re-
H ported for duty with no apparent thought
" of the manner In which he waa turned
down by the Council Monday night.
Mi-s. Maria Jensen of 423 East Eighth
H ' J South stioct w.i.s examined us to her
I , Canity yesterday noon and committed to
I I tho Stato mental hospital at Provo, The
J N examination was conducted by Drs. Mayo
J B and Odell, bnfjrc Referee J. U. Eldredge,
J H Jr. Tho woman, who Is a member of the
I 1 Mbrmon church, le afflicted with religious
J mania, as well as melancholia. She Is
said to have hallucinations at times and
Relieve? that she Is being detained In nor
H homo against hor will, and smashes win-
dowa to get out. The patient is 0 years
i It is expected that a mooting of the
Utah St. Lou Ik exposition commissioners
(H will bo hold this morning Commissioner
f Jj. Vf Shurtlin: has returned from the
- World's fair city and Commissioner WII-
lis Johneon is expcctetl from Idaho. As
' Commissioner Hoyt Sherman has gone to
California, It Is a difficult matter to get
a. quorum of tho board together. It Is
, essential that a meeting bo held and
, some decision mado rrtgardlng an ai)pro-
prlatlon for an educational exhibit from
this State. Judgo ShurtllfC is confident
that tho board will bo successful In secur
1 lng space for such an exhibit at the fair.
II KNTTTSFOllD HOTEL.
I The one pjaco for comfort an-J ele-
ffance. Fireproof; telephones in every
. room; modern !n every way.
j D. J. Sharp Coal Co.
Office. 73 South Main street, ?Tele-
I 'phonc 719 and 430.
Rock Springs audi Cumberland lump,
j nut and slack.
Iij, j McCoy's livery stable for carriages
iT j end light livery. Telephone 81. '
y Kat Tloyal bread. It Is pure and
id .vrholesome. Sold everyivhcre.
t?. The Continental Life Insurance and
it,;' iTnvestment company, Governor H. M.
I L. Wc,ls President; II. Tyree, vlcc-prcsl-
. if dent and general manager; W. S. Mc-
r w C'ornlck, treasurer; W. H. Cunningham,
hj Ij i-ccrctarj', Is now organized and ready
Bl ' tor buelness. Ofllcc rooms, 201 to 305
k , Deaeret New3 bujldlnsr,
PROF. MEAD TELLS OF
IRRIGATION IN ITALY
Prof. El wood Moad of tho Department
of Agriculture gave an illustrated) lec
ture on tho history of irrigation in Italy
Iast evening at Bnrratt hall in- the pres
ence of a good sized audience. The
viows were taken by Mr. Mead' and
tho data gathered by him during n
tour of investigation of the irrigation
sy&tem of Italy, particularly In the re
gion of Milan, and wcro a revela
tion to many familiar with the Irriga
tion pystem of tho "West. Tho broad,
deep canals, with their Avails of
maiMnry, flowing through thousands
of miles of territory, bordered: on -Uher
sldo with rich fields and) meadows, wero
In striking contrast to the cannla with
which the people of the "Wci't aro gen
erally familiar, and' could not fall to
elicit words o'C pralao from those pres
ent. Many interesting points were brought
out in Prof. Mead's brief talk, among
the more Important, being the manner
in which the water rights are con
trolled. For nearly GOO yearn the Irri
gation system has lwen In vogue in
Italy. The canals and laterals were
originally built by tho church or by
the nobility, but through wars and
On Monday night
Was freed from duranco vile.
But. filled with corn,
On Tuesday morn
Caino back In boisterous stylo.
Ho guilty plead
And then he said:
"Oh. lot me talk, I pray!"
Tho court said, "Walt,
Ono month from dnto
I'll hear what you would say."
Jack Jones proved to be one of those
Individuals who Is Inspired to oloquenco
by Indulgence In alcoholic spirits. After
ontorlng his plea of guilty he continued:
"I auk your honor to be lenient to mo on
this question. It is tho llrst time in
twenty-eight years. I've been coming to
this clly olt and on for twenty-eight
Where do you llvo?" Inquired tho
"Wherever night overtakes me. My
homo Is In mining Gimps. I hope your
honor will bo lenient to me on this ques- i
tlon. It Is tho llrst tlmo in twenty-clght-"
"I do not wish to be hard on you, but
I nm afraid you havo a now start."
"It' never too lato to mend. I hope
your honor will be lenient to me on this
question. It Is the "
"Never mind saying that again. You
will be discharged."
Ned Nash, a painter, was found by the
officers carrying a butcher knife and a
gash In his forehead. He assured tho
court that lio liad not the slightest Idea
as to where he got tho flnlfo or tho cut.
Tho officers wanted tlmo to lnvcstlgato
the matter, so the cose was continued for
sentence until today.
James Hurd, a colored boy. was wanted
as a witness In a robbory caso which 13
to come on for trial Friday morning.
The court was willing to let him go on
his own recognizance, but desired to Im
press upon him tho Importance of appear
ing at th proper time. Aftor learning
Hurd's address and how long ho had lived
In the clly Judge Dlchl asked:
"Will you be here on Friday morning at
"I'll bo hcah ef I'm alive." responded
"And If you go out of town to work",
send word to the Btation so wo will know
whore to lool for you."
"I'll come ef I'm alive."
"Remember, If you arc not here the case
will be continued until wo can get you,"
"I'll be hcah, Jedge of I'm llvln'."
"If you arc not living tho court will ac
cept tho excuse."
"There will be cither a witness or n
funeral Friday morning," predicted Eph
MAKE A CONFESSION
Two more were added to the juvenllo
prisoners In the county Jail last night by
tho arrest of J. Shlmmln and Fred Fol
llngcr. messenger boys, on the charge of
burglary. Saturday night somo ono en
tered tho Fair novelty store through tho
basement and took $10.1 from a cash box.
Detectives Chase and Glllesplo ascertained
that Folllnger was a former employee of
tho store and knew whore the monev was
kept. They also learned that ho had been
investing liberally In new clothing and
took him in custody. He made a full
confession, Implicating Shlmmln. Shlm
mln wus In a foolish stage of Intoxication
taken In nt 11 o'clock last night Fol
llnger gave his age as CO years and Shlm
mln says ho Is 17.
Resolutions of Banner Hivo No. 11,
Order of Mnccabecs.
Whereas. It lias pleased the divine
ruler to remove from our midst Sister
Ellen S. Lincoln; and
Whereas, In hor loss this lodge has
suffered a great affliction, she having
endeared herself to all by her splendid
womanly qualities, her 'faithfulness to
duties Imposed, and Christian spirit
Resolved, That a copy of these reso
lutions be spread upon the records of
the lodge, a copy furnished the news
papers1 and tho family of the deceased
sister. MTIS. JAMES E, HICKEY",
MRS. W. H. WILKENSOK.
MUS. J. M. HARVEY,
LEADS STRENUOUS LIFE
Under the terms of a bet made In a dice
game last night D. F. Harr, the West
Second South street tobacconist, wheeled
Cal Wagner of Pocntollo three blocks In
a wheelbarrow. Tho route followed was
north on Main to I-'Irst South, east to
Commercial, south to Second South and
west to Harr's store. When he had es
caped tho street cars and other vehicles
on Main street Harr thought his troubles
were over, but he reckoned without the
dogs on Commercial street. The canines
realized that something was doing and
joined tho procesalon, snapping and bark
ing in a manner to strike terror to anv
ono who had not ridden tho B. P. O, E
goaL It was agreed that Harr should for
feit $5 for each spill, but such a catas
trophe happened only once during the
You Need the Bloncy.
We collect bad debts. Merchants'
Protective Assn., top floor Commercial
block. Scientific collector or bad debts
Francis G. Luke, Gcn'l. Mgr.
, ' ''Sorao people doR'.taikfcms,.
other troubles have passed Into the
hands of tho Government. In 1S39 a
commission wao appointed to Investi
gate tho rights of water holders along
the linos of tho several canals in Italy,
and since that time there has never
been any great trouble about water
rights. All disputes and misunder
standings are referred) to a committee
on arbitration, whoso decision has never
been appealed from. Prof. Mead paid,
too, that through tho centuries In which
the system has existed the- pcoplft have
learned' to subordinate their wishes to
tho needs of their neighbors, nnd the
result is that one never meets a farmer
in Italy who doubtii that he will got all
the water that belongs to him, or who
has the slightest grievance agalnGt his
neighbor over the water problem. Tho
board of arbitration al&t passes upon
all applications for water rights, and,
an It knows exactly the amount of
water at Its disposal nnd tho number
of patrons, any applications which
woulci Infringe upon the right of even
ono patron Is promptly denied.
Prof. Mead) sold In closing that he is
deeply interested in the Irrigation prob
lem in the Wost and In the work that
Is being done by State Engineer Dore
nnis in Utah, because It will result In
I the greatest possible good for the fu-
ture generations of Utah.
POLICE COURT A
A kindergarten sesrfon of tho Mu
nicipal court was held by Judge
DIehl yesterday, at which Andrew Ton
ncson, aged 13, was held to the Dis
trict court on the charge of burglary
under $100 bonds. Clifford Hill, aged
10; Carl Wlnsness and Henry Kay, aged
9, were held under $100 ball on the
charge of housebreaking, and two
counts of burglary. Clair Chegogue
wa.s also bound over on a burglary
charge. Francis Parrott, aged 1-1, was
up for incorrigibility, but, as the more
parlous charge of robbing ji postofllce
was hanging over him he was- taken
before United States Commissioner
Fred and Edna Chrlsmon, colored,
wero placed under $400 bonds for work
ing the panel game on J. N. Rich. They
will have their hearing Friday morn
ing at 10 o'clock. They pleaded not !
The Salt Lnkr who has asked tho Coun
cil to appropriate two hundred and fifty
good dollars for the pup which the pound
keoper killed for him, is entitled to tho
heartfelt sympathy of the peoplo, especi
ally thoso who have dogs of their own that
may fall into the hands of the official dog
klllcr. But Mayor Morris has too many
old political scorer to attend to to ever
permit tho Council to squander any of tho
funds In an effort to soften the wrath of
the owners of runaway canines.
The people of Salt like Citv who ox
pected to feel a distinct Jar when Presi
dent Smith and his traveling companions
reached the National capital yestcrdav,
probably think the linln was delayed, it
may bo well to assure those interested
that the or.ly unusual thing that happened
at Washington when the witnesses ar
rived was the center ruth of the ZiA news
paper correspondents for the apartments
at the hotel said to have been set apart
for the President's numerous wives.
Tho church organ probably meant that
all the witnesses summoned to appear be
fore the Senate committee at Wanhington
were willing to go except those who could
not hike out of town or who were not
wanted much anyway. The main guyji
l!cw the coop before the Marshal could get
One thing especially noticeable In Utah
Is the extreme willingness of the average
man to have It understood that what he
.nost deeply feels he 13 least desirou of
having known. The gum-shoe method Is
worn through to the uppors The glory of
the city Is not made to tho public outsldo
because of the fear that praise and lauda.
tlon be construed to mean a covert nttack
on the riding plan of faith. The drummer
Is afraid to npoak his thoughts lost his
advertising of tho city bring In a new
comer or two, and this padding of the
population with unbelievers offend the
Morman merchant and cojt tho salesman
an order for a bag of prunes.
Salt Lake Is groat In everything that
goes to make a city. It Is Immcasurablv
superior In natural wealth and natural
environments to any city In tho West. It
should havo a population of 100,000. Tho
old fossils uhould be pushed to tho rear
and the city lifted to tho plane It could so
gracefully occupy. There Is too much of
the spirit of selfishness In the city Too
many men who refuse to help push tho
town along becauso their neighbor might
mako $30 when they would make but $S.
The "conudenco gamo" Is worked . too
many times In Salt Lake to bo of good to
tho town. And In the language of a
stranger, ' a man may get enough religion
to make a fool of himself, and so with n
town. Salt La Icq has gone to root on re
If Jackson of legislative and TConrd of
Health famo had known that tho Mayor
and the Republican Council wero going
to play football with him. as thev now
seem to be doing, ho would no doubt havo
taken a half-dollar for hla claim on Mr.
Morris and kept out of tho game.
Council-nan Fernslrom undlsputabfv has
a water-tight right to be called tho clown
of the Council. It may be said In tills con
nection, also, that he has succeeded In
making a monkey of the Mayor. But they
are not the entire menagerie, cither.
One of the points that the defense is
making In tho Rose murder case is that
the murdered woman agreed that she be
killed. Well, what of It? Is thero a law
in Ltah that will hold that she were an
accessory before the fact?
If Mayor Morris would have the public
understand that he desires that he be en
tered in tho class with his appointee for
clerk of tho Board of Health, it may be
declared with a degree of aasuranco that
ho could not havo hit upon a better plan.
Now that Great Salt lake has raised her
level several Inches and is continuing to
swell up, it may bo Inferred that she lias
hoard what thoso Eastern newspapers
have been predicting about her future, and
Intends to put them in the hole.
If delivery of the Trlbuno Is Irregular
S lease mako complaint to offJce,133 South
Vest Tejnplo-ot., or Jglephono W). i
Charles T. Wright, Murray St
Nellie Van Dyko, Halloy, Ida 50
Albert O. Angcll, Salt Lako City. H
Nan Cahoon, Salt Lako City 19
Hans Peter Larsen, Salt Lako City...... 2C
Caroline Larson, Salt Lake City 33
Salvatore. Senrplno. Salt Lake City 21
Giovanni Colfo, Salt Lako City 23
Lawrence G. Klrkman, I3lnlnoro 29
ICato Mnrquardeon, Elslnorc 20
Jedldnh Grant, Salt Lako City 21
Lavlna. Salnsbury, Bingham Junction IS
HADDOCK At r.2T North Seventh West
stroet. thlH city. February 2?, 1WM,
Benjamin R. Haddock, son of Benjamin
and Margaret Haddock, born July 12,
I!vi7, In Myrthr Tydvll, South Wales.
Funeral services will bo held Thursday
at 2 p m. from the Twenty-eighth ward
meotlng-houee. Friends aro Invited to at-
Johnson. Irone V . ago 10 months, 12 W.
near 1st So., Feb. 2S.
Lincoln. Ellen L., ago 17, 111 So. 5th E.,
Lavontler. Florence, age 1, Feb. 27.
Dow. Georgo N., ago CI, State prison,
Chandler, Stephen, ago 75, 139 N. 1st W.,
ChrlHtenscn, Lilian M.. age 7 months, 6
Mortonson ct.. Feb. 2S.
EBEU W. HALL. UNDERTAKER
and Embalmor, opp. 1. O., 110 W. 2nd So.
MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES.
R. M'KENZIE. MONUMENTS. TOMB
etoncs. 130 W. 1st So. Write for prices.
FLORISTS AND SEEDSMEN.
ALFALFA, CLOVER. GRASS. GAR
den, flower seeds, fertilizers; catalogue
tree. Vogcler Seed Co. slo
SCHWAR54 & HEINCKB. FLORISTS,
ecedmen. C-l E. 2nd So. Tel. (ffi. rl
FLORAL DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Richard E. Evans. 30 Main nt Tel. 9C1.
SALT LA K FM ITTD DEBT F LORI ST
Co. Largest greenhouses In tho West. gl"3
NEW OR 2ND-HAND; EASY TERMS;
In perfect condition; come and seo our
bargains. Utah Auto Co., S70 Malo. Tel,
UTAH SCREEN AKD JOB SHOP,
general contractors of all kinds of now
or repair work, utalrs. storo fronts, fix
tures and buildings. R S. Brock & Son,
Props. . 11 South West Temple. nlS13
Mr. and Mrs. Thomns Ranahan of Wel
ser, Ida., are visiting John Shay.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. MOLES. ETC..
removed by X-rays or electric needle. Lula
Brooks. M. P., Constitution block. H1216
A new sanitary process 153 ,E. 3rd So.
Work guaranteed. slSCO
TELL ME WHAT TOU SMOKE AND
I will tell you what you are. Smok
Chesterfield Clgura. J for 2Sc. e21S
CARLOAD OF GO-CARTS AND BABY
carriages, terms $1 on J1U, S10 on $100, no
Interest. I. X L. Furniture & Carpet
Installment House, -IS E. 2nd So. slSft?
WE ARE LOCATED NOW IN OUP.
new otorc, C2 E. 2nd South, und have In
stock tho largest line of new and second
hand furniture, carpets, stoves, ranges,
etc.. in tho city Terms to suit, Ne
braska Furniture Co.. C2 E. 2nd So. .030
- . . -
NEW OP. 2ND-HAND; CASH. TRADE
or terms. Horenacn-Stoutt Co.. 42 E. 2nd 3.
RED SANDSTONE. $10.00 PER CORD
Brown Stono Co., No. 11 E. 1st So., ground
JOHN J. WALLACE & CO.. D. F
Walker bldg , Salt Lake, collect dobts, any
part of U. S. and Canada; prompt atten
tion; reference, Walker Bros.' bank.
ALL DEBTS BOUGHT AND COL
lected. COS Auerbach bldg. u
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
Btructlon; largo stock of latest chande
llcrs. Intcr-Mt. Elco. Co.. iS E. l3t So.
BLACK AND TAN DOG. ABOUT
months old; strap on neck. Return to
673 S. 6th East and bo rewarded. aiS23
STRAYED, SMALL COW. JERSEV
and Durham breed, nearly black, ono horn
smaller; reward. 'Phone 1159-X or 1239-Y
or leave word at 230 11th East. si02
POCKETBOOIC CONTAINING J5 BILL
and promissory noto; P'lrst Nat'l. Bank of
Caldwell. Idaho, stamped on Inside. Rc
turn to Ui Social Hall avc Reward. alSC-l
ON WED. NIGHT. A BLACK HAND
bag with money and papors. Return to
633 E. 1st So. and rccolvo Toward. slG2
ONE BRINDLE BULLDOG. RETURN
to P. A. Sorcnaon, 51S S. State and rccolvo
A GOLD WATCH WITH 1 NAMES EN
graved on Inner case, bet. A and I and
3rd and 7th uts. Roturn 17C A sU Reward.
PUG DOG. BLIND IN LEFT EYE. RE
turn to 319 W. 4th So. Reward. t3
WE TELL YOUR NAME AND A NY
thing you wish to know without asking
questions; free If not correct; 10 to 9 dally.
Arnold-Dickson Bros., 139& S. .Main st .
Telephone 21SMC. tlOt
THURSDAY NIGHT, SPIRIT FORMS
appear unveiled; all can hco and talk to
them; ovcryooo welcome. Arcold-Dlckson,
1 .Bros., lSOHi , lolrLaU jtlOa
3 UNFURN. OR PARTLY FURN.
rooms, olec. light, cloe-o In. Add. F CO,
WANTED WASHING. NO. 6 EAST
WHY BE BROKE WHEN WE WILL
loan you money on diamonds, watches,
Jnwelry, guno, tools, musical Instruments,
trunko, eta 'Phono 217C-Y. Large loans,
small Interest. SO E. lat So. Undo Sana.
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
et6vo3. Beo MataeD, 219 State. 'Phon
FURNITURE OR ANYTHING 8EC-ond-lmnd:
nothing too large or fln. I. X.
L. 2nd-hand store. Tel, 490-3. 23S S. Stato.
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
stoves. S. L. Furnlturo Co., 23S 6. State.
TO TRADE. CO SHEARING MACHINES,
gasoline cnfilne; plant complote, bon
used very little Trada for real estate In
Idaho or near Salt Ivke or Ogden. W. H.
Austin. Chinook, Mont. s339
HEAVY DRAFT HORSE, 1000 OR
over. Apply 03 W. 2nd South. 1S0G
TO TRADE. 2 LOTS IN CITY
Heights add. to San Diego, Cel., for mi
ning stock. Address F 63. Tribune. s2CC9
TWO GENTLEMEN FOR NICELY
furn. rooms, very close In; all mod. con
veniences. 167 2nd nt. f3100
BY CLERK (MALE), ROOM AND
board In select private family, permanent;
reasonable, centrally located ctnd con
venient to Fort Douglas cars, D. Y. K..
Trlbuno ofQco. VZ
YOU TO GIVE YOUR CAST-OFF
clothing, etc., to tho Salvation Army
Boclal-rellef dept., for uso In Its salvage
room. Call "phono 13S1-X. or send postal
to Staff-Capt. David Mlllor, 35 Franklin
ave.. whoso algnaturo will bo on card car
ried by our collector. t28
NURSE GIRU 071 E. 5TH SO. tOi
HIGH-GRADE POSITIONS OPEN.
Executive, clerical, technical and sales
men, pnylng from S10CO to fSOOO. Call or
write. Haogoods (In:.), suite F, C02 Plonfcr
bldjr.. Sea'ttlc. 132
SECOND TRIMMER FOR MILLINERY
department. Kclth-O'Brlen Co. tl03
GTRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
Apply COO So. Main tU'J
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Hotel, restaurant and household help.
Headquarters for laborers.
53 W. 2nd So. Tel. 4-2 rings. o742
GOOD COOK. GOOD WAGES; REF
erenecs required. Apply at 9S5 3rd st, 31574
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. CCT East 2nd So. 3154
MAN WITH REFERENCES FOR
commercial travoler to call on merchants
and agents; experience not required; sal
ary $24 per week, with expenses ad
vanced. The National, Caxton bide., Chl
TRAVELING PROPOSITION; STATE ,
agency; call this evening; 12 Phlpps Place,
opp. I'. O. s2Wl
GOOD RELIABLE WOMAN FOR
Xamlly of threo, no children; referenceH.
Address II C. Tribune. t30
A WASH MAN AND ENGINEER,
oIho a marker and sorter. Troy Laundry,
Pocatello, Idaho. t34
FIVE GOOD AGENTS. GOOD PAY.
Please call room 2C, 119 So. Main, t79
WE WANT 10,000 AGENTS FOR
greatost household seller ever Invented;
actually eclls In every home; Immense
monoy-maker for agents. Send 10c for
complete sample and our large llluutratcd
catalogue of agents' supplies. Southern
Mercantile Co., Dept. B 129 Houston, Tex.
BY JAPANESE, ANY KIND OF
work. In city or country. P. O. box 334. t0
PERMANENT POSITION AS CLERK
TO EXECUTIVE OFFICER; CAN TYPE
WRITE, STENOGRAPH AND .KEEP
RECORDS. ADDRESS II-7. TRIBUNE.
BY YOUNG MAN, WILLING TO DO
any kind of work. Add. II-S, Tribune. tS6
POSITION BY COMPETENT STEN
ographer. Wrlto or call on Stenographer,
Room C Masonic block. tlS
LIGHT TEAM. HARNESS AND WAG
on for building lots. Address P. O. box
PATENTS FREE. CONSULTATION
office, ZS Eaglo bile. 2nd floor. dl04J
MONEY TO LOAN.
OUR OWN MONEY, IN ANY QUAN
tity. on farm or city property, at tho best
rate of Interest and tho prlvllcgo to ray
any amount at any tlmo without notice.
The Home Trust & Savings Co., M0 W.
1st South. s21S7
F. G. WOOD. $10 TO $500. FURNITURE,
horses, etc., easy terms. 143 Main, R. 310.
DON'T BORROW TROUBLE; BOR
row money. Salaried men or women ac
commodated on their note, without mort
gage or endorser. Easy payments. Con
fidential. Cherry, 407 D. F. Walkor bldg.
Anv amount to loan on furniture, pianos,
warehouse receipts, personals or any good
security. See us If you want money. Our
rates lowest In city Easy terms; plenty
of time. 129 Kclth-O'Biion bldg. r21S3
ON CHATTELS OR REAL ESTATE
any amount; any time. O. F. Peterson. C3
W. 2nd So.
$10 TO $2000 ON CHATTELS OR REAL
estate, private. Equltablo Loan and In
vest. Co., 63V5 W. 2nd So. p742
ON ANY PROPERTY; YOU RETAIN
possession. The Stringer Co., 70 W. 2nd S.
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS. EL
mor E. Darling & Co., 6 W. 2nd So.
$1000 TO $o0.000. ONE TO FIVE YEARS;
farm or city property. James K. Shaw,
under Wnlkcr Bros. bank. p$9
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS.
Miller & Velio, 303 McCornlck bldg,
ON FURNITURE, PIANOS OR GOOD
necurlty, without removal, private. E. F.
Stolzonborgcr, 15 W. 2nd So., room 28.
CITY AND FARM. PROPERTY, C AND
7 per cont. J. L. Perkos, IDC S. W. Temple.
R. L. TRACY, 11 E, 1ST SO., LENDS
monsy; no commission, exiense or delay.
WE LEND MONEY TO BUILD
bouses. It Is not neceosary to havo the
hous2 built first. We will advance th
money as tho houso progresses. Lowest
ratoe. Part payment any time, and Inter
est reduced accordingly.. McGurriu.,& Co.. J
134 Main ereot pUS54
ltw,t?'Wfco mm 11 mm nnrTrrrtT,Mn
SEVEN-ROOM MODERN HOUSE,
rent $36; furniture for sale, US S. 2nd W,
5- RM. BRICK COTTAGE; BUTTERY,
eloects, hot and cold water. Hinge, $IS.
54S E, 7th So. Inq. 179 6th East. t9S
JUST COMPLETED, MODERN. 7-RM.
house; walking distance. 1R3 W. 0th. Bo. ot.
2 NICE BRICK COTTAGES: CLOSFi
In. Inq. 134 AY. Gth So,; no children. tS3
NICE SUITE OF UNFURNISHED
rooms, with two nlco closctB. 303 S. fith
8 UNFURNISHED 8UITES IN JEN
nlngs block for bachelor apartmcnto. In
quire IB W. 2nd South, room 28. pliOO
LARGE STOREROOM ON MAIN ST.
bet. 2nd nnd 3rd 80. Houston Real Es
tate Inv. Co., 261 Main. plC33
20 HOUSES, ALL KINDS. PRICES
and locAtlons. Tuttlo Bros,, H9 Main st.
SEVERAL DESIRABLE HOUSES. J.
Donnan Reavls. 78 W. 2nd So. 'Phone 17i
A COMPARATIVELY NEW EIGHT
rcom modern brick house, furnished, fur
nace. Call at 75 Second ot. Owner leaving-
GOOD STORE. WITH OR WITHOUT
basement, East 2nd South ct. Frltflch.
No. 12 East 2nd Bo. r2423
4 LARGE ROOMS. SUITABLE FOR
offlco or living rooms. Apply Butler's
grocery, 210 State nU 233
HOUSES. DIFFERENT SIZES AND
different localltlca; also unimproved resi
dence, business or traekaco Property for
tiile; easy terms. Apply at -Ha S. W. Tem
ple ot. from 12 to 2 or after 5 p. ra. eitO
C-RM. BRICK, NEW. MODERN,
largo collar, $13 a mo.; close to car lino.
Hubbard Inv't Co . 78 W. 2nd So. o721
CTH SO.. NEAR 3RD E., G-ROOM
modern brick, $26.
Gth So,, near 4th E., 7-room. modorn
Gth E.. near 6th So,, 6-room modorn
7th So., near 6th E., C-room modern
2nd W near Gth So., G-room house, $17.
Gth So . near Gth E., 3-room house, $10.
12th So., near 12th E., 3-room houze. $0.
Rego Realty Co., No. S W. 2nd So.. Sulto
1C and 17 Walker Bank building. 'Phono
Rege Realty Co., No. S W. 2nd So.
WE WANT SOME HOUSES TO RENT.
Hill Invest. Co.. 25S So. W. Temple. mllO
LODGE HALL: MODERN; COM
plotely and elegantly furn , Including .tele
phone. Add Manager. 423 D. F. Walker
bldg. Telcphono 207S-X and 1322-Z. sHD7
FOUR-ROOM BRICK AND SUMMER
kltchon; $10. Apply 767 S. W. Temple.
THREE ROOMS. EITHER FUR
nlahcd or unfurnished, E. 3rd So. In
quire I. X. L. Furnlturo & Carpet Install
ment Houso S1S20
SEVEN-ROOM BRICK; BATH. GAS,
electricity, cement baucmont, newly pa
pered and painted throughout, 446 S, W.
Temple. R. K. Thomas, C7 Main. slS17
$$S-7-ROOM MODERN BRICK. 437 E.
3rd South. Inquire for key, King Hard
ware Co. S1933
3 ROOMS IN NEW MODERN BRICK;
bath; "phono 127J-T; 120 E. Gth South st.
STORE AND 3 LIVING ROOMS AT
142 i: 1st So $52.50
1-room frame, no car faro 13.00
6- room mod.. E. 3rd So 2G.00
Little & Little, No, 4 W. 2d So. 2079
G-ROOM BRICK COTTAGE, NEW AND
modorn, $15. Hubbard Inv. Co., 7S W. 2d
11-rm. mod. br., close In, paved dis
G-rm. mod. br cot., 651 So. 2nd West. 25.00
E-rm. mod. br. cot, 09 E. 7th So 20.CO
G-rm. br. cot., wator. 21S 9th East. .. 20.00
5-rra. mod coU. 333 13th East 20.00
G-rm. coL. lights, 1343 Clh East 18.00
7- rm. and barn, 1533 Gth East 15.00
4-rm. br.. large lot, 025 5th EaBt 15.00
4-rm. I11 court, r 257 W. 1th So 10.00
1-rm. cottage, 470 No. 5th West 10.00
2 rms. and sk., 706 So, Main 7.00
0 acres, good houso and barn, 1 acres
In choice fruit, 1 aero in lucerne.
Plenty of water 1S.C0
HOUSTON'S, TIE IIOUSERS, 251 Main,
2-ROOM HOUSE WITH SIX ACRES
of land. Add. i:!73 So. 5th East st. sIOSS
7-ROOM HOUSE IN PARK TER
racc. Inquire U. U. Hlskey. 201 McCor
nlck blk. pl7
7 AND S-ROOM MODERN HOUSE;
stoam and hot water heat, close In. Jarnes
KL Shaw, under Walker Bros.' bank. nlSSJ
ELEGANT S-ROOM RESIDENCE. ON
North Main str. Frltsch. No. 12 E. 2nd
MODERN G-ROOM COTTAGE. NO- 713
South Wtat Temple. s213l
A BRICK COTTAGE. MODERN;
bath, toilet, hot and cold water, electric
light; fine neighborhood; rent reasonable.
1(6 Q street. 'Phone 1S24-X.
$9.00NEW 3-ROOM BRICK. INQ.
rear GS0 So. Sth East. t22
6- ROOM STRICTLY MODERN COT
tase, near 7th mid K, $20.
Brand-new C-room. two-story, furnace,
cemented collar, 530.
S-room modern, on 1st 3l , S(3.
7S West 2nd So. 'Phono 173. tZl
A MODERN EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE.
Inquire at 412 E. 2nd South, bet. 4 and 5
p. m. American Real Estate Inv. Co. tlO
NEW 9-ROOM HOUSE, STRICTLY
modem. 263 E. 1th South. t9
BOARD AND ROOMS.
2 PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH BOARD,
m modern home. 137 N. W. Temple. rl37
RATES, S70 W. SO. TEMPLE. oM
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH
board, modern. 168 N. Main. sl52S
PLEASANT FRONT ROOM; MODERN;
with board. 270 E. 1st South.
PLEASANT ROOMS WITH BOARD,
for gentlemen; prlvato family; J4.C0 per
n-ook 06 E. 1st North. slS15
ROOMS AND BOARD, GROUND I
floor; 112 South lat West, s2034
DIAMOND AND ALL OTHER KINDS
old by C1L Coal Co.. 53 W. 2nd So. Tel.
BUTTS TO ORDER, S15 UP. FIT GUAR
antecd. Sorcnson & Lurscn, 1(5 W. 2nd
CARPENTERS AND JOBBERS.
ROY WATROUS. 67 E. 3RD SO. ELE.
Tutor and Job work. Tel. 1676-Z. o?D
H. F. WILLIAMS, CARPENTER AND
Pattern and model malting a specialty.
All kinds of Job work.
Store and ofilco fixtures.
ITOJijidt South, 'J?honq.lCCZV ODOT,
f ADDITIONAL! - I
I.- CLASSIFIED ADS... j ', 'I
iiHimJ1! J f
FOR RENT FURNISHED. KtM
NICE ROOMS. PRIVATE FAMILY;
closo in; rent reasonable. 231 E. 2nd So. Mr A
4 NTCELY FUR. ROOMS. BATH. E. L.: Hfl
housekeeping. 655 S. W. Temple rL t!07
NICELY" FURNISHED FRONT ROOM.
0. U for two gentlemen. 633 S. W. Tern-.
Pie- tlOt UMl
3 LARGE FRONT. BEAUTIFULLY
furn., housekeeping rooms; water. 172 K
gt' tio2 Um
ONE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM.
with or without housekeeping. 123 E. 1st IB
South. rtiis rH
NEATLY FURNISHED FRONT
room at 331 E. 2nd South. rSO-; jH
rooms. 372Vs S. Main, tSO 'J
NICE FRONT ROOM FOR GENTLE- '1
men, private family. Telephone 1652-X. .H
8-ROOMVMODERN BRICK; IIOT-WA-
ter heat; nicely furnished; east side. Jas 'H
K. Shaw, under Walker's bank. rl845
2 HOUSEKEEPING RMS.; MODERN; WM
also other rooms and board. 157 W. 1st So.
31 -3 IH
A FINE SUITE OF ROOMS, WITH
or without board; also elnglo rooms at
reaHonnblo prices. Hotel Monterey. 372 ia
S. Main. tj& Mm
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, 834 CAN- Uwl
noil au. near 2nd So and 7th West. siSO HH
THREE NICELY FURNISHED . BB
front rooms, housekeeping. 150 North v HH
Main. B1263 r HH
lC-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. PARTLY fl
furnished; closo In; 225 West 5th So. 0 1(5-5
1 OR 2 NICE ROOMS, WITH OR )
without housekeeping. 217 W. Ith So.
TWO ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING, I
SS; rear 29 South Fourth East.
FURNISHED APARTMENTS. WITH
or without board. 217 E. Brlgham st. S1937 IH
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSE
keeping; No. 1 Kendall Terrace. s203C
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROCJMs". mMt
ground floor; also upstairs; 213 5th East. Jl
4 FURNISHED MODERN HOUSE
keeping rooms. No. 0 Kendall aquarc.
Kafciui . m a2T2 mm
2 AND 3-ROOM SUITES. NICELY
furnished, housekeeping. 161 E. 2nd South
ROOMS, WITH BREAKFAST IF DE
sired, prlvato family. 255 W. 5th So. t31 mWM
keys made. mmmu
154 SO. W. TEMPLE. 'PHONE 21E3-K. UMmM
DR. A. SCOTT CHAPMAN, DENTIST tfmmm,
C05-6 Scott-Strovoll bldg. 'Phono 1S34-Y fwImwM.
MACHINERY. Js ft'lfflHB
SECOND-HAND MINE AND Jlu&8mW.
machinery motor, pipe and rail is viiAHaBw
sizes. J. M. Sworn, 33C So. 3rd W( iHfBK
MOVINQ AND STORAI IMM
rbdmuvn van and stora j&iuBfl
moving, packing and shipping. 'F BfmWM
Offlco 12U and 12S S. W. Temple. 0uth. flH
II. B. DAVIS. PLUMBING, HEAJ
uewor work. Tol. 1371-Y. 12S E. 2nd VM
MR8. C. L TRIPP. MASSAGE AND
magnetic treatmont. 353 S. W. Tomplc.
SCHOOL OF COOKERY.
MISS CANNON INSTRUCTOR; PAR-
ticulara at 24 E. So. Temple. r27J UWM
NATIONAL CwVSH REGISTERS. OS- mm
car Groahell, sales ogent. No. 221 Main at. UW I
Export each register repairing. Second- fmt A
band reglstora always In utoek. hlGSO IVji
NEW OR 2ND-HAND. CASH. TRADE j If Ji
or terms. Sorrenson-Stoutt Co,. 4S E. 2d So. ' mmd
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. jmW
ARE YOU SICK? CAN NOBODY IBS
cure you7 Then try the Spirit phyBlclans; Dft
they heal throurb ma. C;mo and oeo me. 1 IKWfy
Mrs. W. Hebi, 35 W Sth So. 31109 W HK
WOMAN SPECLVLIST FOR WOMEN. CMf
Lulu Brooks, M. D.. Constitution blk.
ELOCUTION, PHYSICAL CULTURE. WM
BAKER SCHOOL OF ORATORY.
Tcmpleton bldg. Tolephono 13S7-Y-. B225 HH
PIERPONT SCHOOL; COMMERCIAL
club bldg. Miss Plcrco and Miss Darl?. IH
NEW OR 2KD-HAND. CASH, TRADE SHR
or terms. Sorcnson-Stoutt Co,, 43 H. 2ad Hl
GEORGE HATTON. STOCK BROKER, H
No. 43 East 2nd So. Commission charged, flB
?1 of 1 per cent. You pay no fee if you
buy from or sell to me. sl74S IH
ROOFING REPAIRS REASONABLE.
S. L. Gravel Roofing Co., 449 W. 1st No. mmm
COMMISSION HOUSES. y UjH
UTAH POULTRY AND EGG CO.. m9H
headquarlors for fancy poultry. Wo buy t(v2ffiH
and sell nt all times. Funcy llvo and WNgf 1
dressed. Always reliable. Fancy eggs wt!Bli$:
for octthig. Give us a callr .Chas. A. Hoi-, K3ml
Jerff, Msr.105 W ut. go, 1713, JBPBn