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' ! 1 The salt Laics rrBr2vmL: Wednesday MoinmsrG, jSIahoh 16, L904.
Ij CASH RATES
10c por lino first insortlon.
j " 5c per lino ench subsequent
1 '. insertion.
1 I No ad. to occupy less space
I than two lines,
j 1 1 Your "wnnt nd." will be ac-
j , i copted and 'phoned to The Salt
, i ' Lake Tribuno office at rogular
rates by tho following agents:
Godbe-Pitts Drug; Co.
101 Main Street.
( W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO.,
I Corner Second South and State.
i 502 South State.
LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand
I Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd West
and South Temple.
H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST,
, 511 West Second South. S
WASATCH DRUG STORE,
corner Second South and Third j
W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, j
11th East and 12th South, Su- j
j gar House.
, 1 0
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
1 SALOON" FOR SALE AT BINGHAM
I Junction; good location; call and sec for
i yourself. Joseph Hancock. Prop. tl33t
I AT HALF PRICE. FINK CATTLC
I ranch, containing 240 acres. In a beautiful
location, within an hour's ride from Salt
Lake. Add. J. II. Bailey, Jr.. Descrct Na
tional Bank taldg. tl3-ll
, A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER PLANT.
, Address I 1. Tribune. U337
FURNISHED 7-ROOM HOUSE; L'P
I , , right piano; cheap. GS S. 1st WcsL U343
I i ( CON. MERCUR, 6. BUY AT 62; TETRO,
1 I buy at 32V; Butler-Llbcral, lO-'U, buy
I nt'lO: New York. buy at 9. Goo. Hat-
ton, Stock Broker, 43 E. 2nd So. H3I3
1 SODA WATER PAYS LARGE
profits. The most popular fountain Is
made by Robert M. Green fc Sons, Phila-
i delpbla, Pa, Send for catalogue or ad-
, dress S, J. Fell. P. O. box 301, Salt Lake,
i for prices and terms. sl.oS
SHINGLE MILL; GREAT BARGAIN;
i COOO capacity; two men. no other expense;
I residence two families; beautiful country
and timber. Price $1250. O. Stein. Glb
bonsville. Ida. 11253
j I ROOMING-HOUSE; 13 ROOMS; NEW-
I ly furnished; parties leaving city; sell
cheap. Int. Clayton house, 214: S. State-
; MAHOGANY UPRIGHT PIANO: REG-
ular $100; slightly used; now $175 cash or
time. Clayton Music Co.. 109 Main st
WELL PAYING ROOMING-HOUSE
of 2fi rooms; must be sold at once regard
loss of value. Owner leaving city. 509
E. 1st South. t!277
. , , A LARGE DOUBLE-DOOR HALL
i 1 Safe i'i Lock Co.'x fire-proof safe; can be
l seen at room 212 Dcscret bidg., office Na-
i tlonal Insurance. Co.. U. S. A. U203
7-ROOM MODERN H0U3E. ?35; FUR
nlturc. $550. 118 So. 2nd West. H0S2
EGGS FOR HATCHING. BARRED.
Rocks. Wyanrjottes. Minorca, Brown
i Loghon, Jl per setting. 749 Elizabeth
st., near 7th So. and 11th East, 1 1093
. ,' GO-CART. COST J23.ro. CHEAP; ALSO
i high chair. 58 So. 1st West. tl03
I A GOOD BUSINESS FOR SALE; BEST
I I paying business In eastern Oregon; for
, fialo on account of falling health: for par-
tlculars Inquire Granstrom's Cafo and
i Oyster House, Baker City, Or. t971
' GO-CART. 555 SO. STH EAST. tS21 i
H GOOD PAYING RESTAURANT DO-
. lng SSO.OO per day business. Address 161
1 1 So. 2nd East, room 7. tS20
PICTURE FRAMES AT COST,
i Bring us your pictures for framing. Rlv-
ers Bros,. HO Main st. t763
' ' EGGS FOR HATCHING BARRED
. , Plymouth Rock. Whit Wyandotto and
IRhodc Island Reds, $1 per 15. Cressbrook
, J ranch. 2510 S. 7th East. t634
f 2-CHAIR BARBER SHOP. J0 PER
! -week business; account sickness; JS00
cash. Address Box 106, Rock Springs
. j "vy- mo
j' LARGE NEARLY NEW NATIONAL
rh register. Address R 43. Tribune.
! HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD. IOWA
jji rtablee, 129 W. So Temple. aUG3
III TWO CO-FOOT LOTS IN OGDEN; WILL i
I trade for piano. 310 Ecclca bidg, Ogden.
l ' ROOMING-HOUSE. 1NQ. AT 72 WEST !
j 2nd South. bISTI
ELEGANT. SOLID. CARVED, BLACK !
. I -walnut, marblo top chamber set. 75 North
' Jl, State street. 8140
1 I j
I ! CARPET CLEANING.
' UTAH CARPET AND WALL PAPER
Cleaning Co. Carpets cleaned on tho floor,
i leathers renovated. 'Phono 17S7-K. nll42
MOVING AND STORAGE.
REDMAN VAN AND STORAGE CO
. moving, packing and shipping. 'Phone 555
Office ISC und lis S. W. Temple. hl6ii
UTAH SCREEN AND JOB SHOP,
general contractors of all kinds of new
or repair work, stairs, store fronts, fix
tures and buildings. R. S. Brock & Son.
, Props.. 41 Soith West Temple. slSlJ
I ; COLLECTIONS.
' ! ' JOHN J. WALLACE Vfc CO.. D. F
, ' ; Walker bidg.. Salt Lake, collect debts, any
I f part' of U. S. und Canada; prompt otten-
I , Hon; reference, Wulker Broi. bank.
I ALL DEBTS BOUGHT AND COL
; Icctcd. COS Aucrbach bldr- 11
! ' AUTOMOBILES.
NEW OR 2NX'-HAND; EASY TERMS;
I'll Jn perfect condition: como and sco our
t I bargain. Utah Auto Co., 370 Muln. TeL
I ! :75-X. ni&a
! ELOCUTION, PHYSICAL CULTURE
I BAKER SCHOOL OF ORATORY",
j Templeto): bidg. Telephone 1-1S7-Y. i23
' ! I PIEUPOtCT SCHOOL; COMMERCIAL
I cljb bidg. illas Plerco and iilsa Davis.
MILLER At tin? Holy Cross hospital, on
Tuesday. March 15th. at 1:13 p. m., M.
M. Mtllei', of Brlght's disease, after a
DAFT In this city, March 35th. at tho
residence of R. Alff. 15 East Fifth South
Ftreot, Sarah A. Daft, widow of Robert
Daft. In her seventy-ninth year; mother
of Mr. Airf and Mr. II, T. Dukf of this
city. Mrs. John F. Forbl3 ofButtc, and
E Daft of Ualloy, Ida.
Funeral notice later.
ROBBINS At Bingham canyon, March
13th, Samuel Robblna. aged 01 years 2
months 21 days, of heart .dlsoaao; born at
Cornwall. England, In 1SS9.
Funeral on Friday March ISth. at 11 a.
m. Interment In Bingham ceiuctei-y.
EBER W. HALL. UNDERTAKER
and Embahner, opp. P. O., UO W. 2nd So.
MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES.
R. M'KENZIE. REMOVED TO 422 S.
State. Large stock to select from. r3M
FLORISTS AND SEEDSMEN.
ALFALFA. CLOVER, GRASS. GAR
den. flower seeds, fertilizers; catalogue
free. Vogclcr Seed Co. t202
SCHWARZ & HEINCKE. FLORISTS,
eeedmcn. C4 E. 2nd So. Tel. C03. rSOl
FLORAL DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Richard E. Evans, 3C Main st. Tel. 951.
SALT LAKE-HUDDERT FLORIST
Co. Largest greenhouses In the West. el73
WHERE TO STOP.
THE CLAYTON; ROOMS 12.60 TO :3.00
rcek. 216 So. State at. rll49
""ROOMS AND BOARD H DAY UP;
weekly rates. 270 West So. Temple. rlW3
LINCOLN HOUSE, C3 E 1ST SOUTH.
00 rooms; rates, 23 and 35 cents. i ul31G
ROOFING REPAIRS, REASONABLE.
S. L. Gravel Roofing Co.. 419 W. 1st No.
RED SANDSTONE, O0.00 PER CORD
Brown Stone Co., No. 11 E. 1st So., ground
DIAMOND AND ALL OTHER KINDS
eold by Clt. Coal Co.. 53 W. 2nd So. Tel.
LIGHT TEAM, HARNESS AND WAG
on for building lots. Address P. O. box
BROWN SHEPHERD DOG: SHORT
tall, buff colored forcpaws, four months,
old, named "Scott." Return to 130 3rd East
St.; reward. tl33l
A RED BIRD DOG. 1 YEAR OLD. TAX
lag No. 1173. Return to Lemp Bottling
plant. 8 So. 3rd W.; reward. tl3M
IF THE LADY WHO TOOK, BY MIS
tako an astrakan cope, with marten col
lar, from cloakroom at the Armory ball
last Friday night will return the same to
room 505 Scott-Strcvell bidg. she can got
her own garment In exchange. tl273
PAIR RIMLESS SPECTACLES LAST
week. Return to 551 Deseret News bidg
DARK BROWN HORSE, WIRE CUT
on right front foot. 'Phone 473. t649
POCKET300K CONTAINING JS BILL
and promissory note; First Nat'l. Bank of
Caldwell. Idaho, stamped on Inside. Re
turn lo 146 Social Hall avc, Reward. al64
ON WED. NIGHT, A BLACK HAND
bag with monfiy and papers. Return to
C35 E. l3t So. and receive reward. sl352
UTAH POULTRY AND EGG CO..
headquarters for fancy poultry. Wo buy
and sell at all times. Fancy live and
dresaed. Always reliable. Fancy eggs
for setting. Give Uji a call. Chaa. A. Hol
beig. Mgr.. 10S W. lilt So. 1743
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
ARE YOU SICK? CAN NOBODY
cure you? Then try tho Spirit physicians;
they h"al thrcurt ms. C."mo and sec me.
MrH. W. Heln. 35 W. 5th So. 811W
WOMAN SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN.
Lulu Brooks, M. D Constitution ulk
SECOND-HAND MINE AND MILL
machinery motors, pipe and rail of all
sizes. J. M. Swem, 33C So. 3rd W. t295.
CO SOLID MAHOGANY DRESSING TA
blcs for 1 week. SS.25 only. See chow win
dew. Terms, ?L on $10, $10 on J1C0, No In
terest I. X. L. Furniture & Carpet In
stallment house. tllK
WE ARE LOCATED NOW IN OUR
new store. C2 E 2nd South, and Sivo In
otock the largest line of new and eccond
hand furniture, carpets, stoves, ranges,
etc.. In the city. Terms tn suit. Ne
bracks. Furniture Co.. 63 E. 2nd So. b93S
SUITS TO ORDER, 513 UP. FIT GUAR
antced. Sore,acn ; Laraen. 1(5 W. 2nd
South. It 1054
CARPENTERS AND JOBBERS.
RA1NEY & WOLF. GENERAL CON
tr.'fctora anil elevator work; work guaran
teed; rear I2S So. Main. Tel. 2191-X-1052-Z
ROBERT M CARROLL & CO.. ARCHI
tcctural designing, aloro front changed
Jobbing & lopairs. 02 Market st.. Tel. 135S-X
KOY WATHOUS, 67 E. 3RD SO. iSLiC
vttor and Job work. Tel. 1C76-Z. o3n
II. F. WILLIAMS. CARPENTER AND
Pattern md model niaklns a specialty.
All kinds of lob work.
Storo and ofllco fixtures.
lfiO E. 2nd South. 'Phono 1KJ-Z,
IF YOU HAVE A COW OR CALF FOR
salo sog A. MeFnrlaiul, lffTD'So, Main, or
tolophon 1270-Z. tl30
2ND-HAND BROODER: GOOD CONDi
tlon; 100-chlck capacity. 9)0 W. 2nd So.
TO LAUNDRY LACE CURTAINS BY
experienced woman; ?oo to 73c per pair.
Address 913 X. 13th West and I will call.
TO DO FAMILY WASHING. 217 S.
1st West. tl2Gl
NURSES' COLLEGE, PUEBLO. COLO.
Six weeks' course; diplomas; open April
1st; write. 1759
WHY BE BROKE WHEN WE WILL
Joan you money on diamonds, .watches.
Jewelry, cuno. tools, musical Instruments,
trunks. tc. 'Phono 2176-Y. Large loans,
tmall Interest. 20 E 1st So. Undo San.
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
atGvca. Boo MaUien, 219 State. 'Phom
FURNITURE OR ANYTHING SEC-ond-hanrt:
nothing too large or fln. I. X
L. 2nd-hand store. Tel. 450-3. 233 S. State.
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
stoves. 8. L. Furniture Co., 233 S. State.
YOU TO GIVE YOUR CAST-OFF
clothing, etc.. to tho Salvation Army
noclal-rellef dept.. for uso In Its salvace
room. Call 'phone 1SS2-X. or send postal
to Staff-Capt. David Miller. S3 Franklin
avc, whoso slgn?turo will bo on card car
ried by our collector. t23
A RELIABLE BROTHERHOOD MAN
to represent a reliable brotherhood health
and accident company; now and Gpcclal
features of Insurance, confined lo mombora
of organized labor. Address Xoraian N.
Hicks. President and General Manager, p.
O. Box C39. Schenectady. N. Y. 11342
UNCLE SAM WANTS HELP 14,000 Ap
pointments last ear; free examination pi
per and catalogue giving positions and sal
aries. Dept. S. Western Correspondence
University. 925 Golden Gate avc, San Fran
WANTED EXPERIENCED WAIST
trimmers at onco. Keith-O'Brien Co.
HIGH-GRADE POSITIONS OPEN.
Executive, clerical, technical and sales
men, paying from J1000 to J5000. Call or
write. Haogoods (In:.), suite F, C02 Pioneer
bidg.. Seattle. t92
A BOY. AGE 15 TO 17; MUST HAVE
good references. Apply Sal Sickle, tho
Jeweler. 75 East Second South sL 11033
WOMAN OR GIRL, GOOD COOK; 737
E. Brigham. t992
MANDOLIN. GUITAR AND VIOLIN
teacher; permanent position, transporta
tion paid The Up-to-Date Music Co.,
Ford block, rooms 2 and 3, Great Falls,
Mont. Apply Immediately. t9u9
YOUNG GIRL FOR COOKING AND
part housework; no washing or Ironing,
good wages. Apply 233 First at. t710
MEN TO LEARN THE BARBER
trade; S weeks completes; positions guar
anteed; tuition earned whllo learlng:
licensed Instructors; growing demand for
our grnduates. Call or write for particu
lars. MolerH Barber college, 62 E. 1st So.,
Salt Lake City t5S9
MEN ALL BARBER WORK FREE
at Moler"s Barber college, 62 E. 1st South.
TEAMSTERS, $2 00. $2.25 PER DAY.
Laborers, $2.00, $2,23 per day.
Dixon Employment Co , 'Phono 923-x.
62 East 1st So.. Salt Lake City. t216
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Hotel, restaurart and household help.
Headquarters for laborers.
55 W. 2nd Bo. Tel. 464-2 rings. o742
A WASH MAN AND ENGINEER,
also a marker and sorter. Troy Laundry,
Pocatcllo, Idaho. t31
WE WANT 10.000 AGENTS FOR
greatest household seller ever Invented;
actually sells In every home: Immense
money-maker for agents. Send 10c fcT
comnloto sample and our large Illustrated
catalogue of agents' supplies. Southern
Mercantile) Co.. Dept. B 129 Houston, Tex.
EXPERIENCED IN BANKING. REAL
estate, loans, bookkeeping, office work and
aa commercial traveler! first-class refer
ences. Add. H 46, Tribune. tl32S
CLERK TO EXECUTIVE OFFICER;
highest references. Address H 56, Trlb
BY EXPERIENCED BLACKSMITH
at mining and mill work. Add. H 55,
GEN. MDSE. STORE. 15 YRS. EXPERI
encc. capable taking', charge; Idaho pre
ferred. Add. H 47. Tribune. -tlOlS
UTAH JUNK CO.. HIGHEST PRICE
paid for Iron, brass, rags, bottlea, rubber,
copper, etc, 63 E. 8th So, 'Phono 229. bS13
NEW OR 2ND-HAND; CASH. TRADE
or terms. 3orenan-Stoutt Co.. 43 E. 2nd a
A new sanitary process. 153 E. 3rd So.
Work guaranteed. slSSO
NEW OR 2ND-ILVND. CASH. TRADE
or terms. Gorenson-Stoutt Co., 45 E. 2nd
' BUSINESS CHANCES.
AN ESTABLISHED PAYING Busi
ness In a good town on S. P. R. R,, con
sisting of a two-story building, with
stock, fixtures and furniture complete;
little competition; great profits and light
expenses. A man who will gl-e It per
sonal attention can make the business
pay out in a year and then continue in
prosperity This in a great chanco for a
mar. with $3000 cash. Tho present owner
must give attention to hl3 mines. In
quire of S. B. AVestcrfleld, 6S-63 Commnr
clnl blk. U202
SEIDLER BROS.. LADIES' TAILORS;
all work llrst-clas?. st7 Main st. tlV
PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING.
WE WILL FURNISH IT ALL. THE
labor and material for the decorating of
your home. Paint, patntcra and wall
paper. "Always tho best." W. A. Du
vall, 124 W. 2nd So. 'Phoue JHS-K. t293
FOR RENT FURNISHED.
2 NICELY FURN. ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping. 6S S. State.
FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH OR
without board. E. 2nd South fit.
FINE MODERN ROOMS; BOARD IF
declred. 132 B. Tel. 2I69-K.
CHEAP. TWO FRONT ROOMS FOR
housekeeping. 501 So. 1st West. U332
ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEP
ing. 250 So. W. Temple U3I0
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS: SIN
glo or on Mtiltc, by week or month; bath,
electric light. Mrs- Bailey. 1C2 N. Main.
2 ROOMS COMPLETE FOR HOUSE
kecping. 6S S. 1st West tl279
3 MODERN ROOMS FOR HOUSE
keeplng In new brick; hath. C63 3rd East.
FINE FURNISHED ROOMS. HOUSE- I
keeping, ground floor, and hath. 215 W. j
5th South. tl21l
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS;
housekeeping; ground floor. 50 W. 5th So.
LARGE FURNISHED OR UNFUR
nlchod room, ueo of kitchen; modern. 1C5
W. 5th So.
2 NICE. CLEAN FURNISHED ROOMS.
pantry. oloseU etc. 34$ 7th E. st. 11079
0 NEWLY, ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
rooms. 63', W. 1st So.. Kendall blk. 11011
FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING. 3
rooms, 513.50; also single rooms. 5S S. 1st
FOUR NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping; closo In. 13S East
2nd South. tS90
ELEGANTLY FURN. MODERN
rooms, olcctrlu lights. 325 So. 2nd E. LS19
3 MODERN ROOMS FOR IIOUSE
kecplng. 142 So. W. Temple. t702
FURNISHED ROOMS. SINGLE OR
en suite; all modern conveniences; prlvato
family. 310 2nd Eaat, usi
NICELY FURN. ROOM FOR ONE OR
two gentlemen; electric light and tele
phone. CI W. 4th South. t443
FIVE-ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT,
furnished, closo in. Inquire 13S E. 2nd So.
ONE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM
with or without housekeeping. 123 E. lat
8-ROOM MODERN BRICK; HOT-WA-ter
heat; nicely furnished, cast side. J13
K. Shaw, under Walker's bank. rlS43
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. 534 CAN
non at, near 2nd So and 7th West. c5S0
1 OR 2 NICE ROOMS. WITH OR
without housekeeping. 217 W. 1th So.
TWO ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING.
$S; rear 29 South Fourth East.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSE
keeplng; No. 1 Kendall Terraco. 32033
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
DO YOU WANT A HOME? WE HAVE
it for you on 4th East between lth and 5th
South; a t-room cottage; lot !P,xl0 rods,
for $2100; nice walklns distance.
On 5th South between 7th and Sth E., 5-r.
brick cottage; lawn, shado and fruit, lot
3x10 rods, good terms. .J2500.
On Sth East near 7th South, new 7-r. p.
b : modern; lot 3x10 rods; a gem, $3700.
On 6th East between 1st South and Brlg
haai, a 9-r. mod. home, handsomely fin
ished and decorated, lot 2V-X15 rods; on
easy terms, $000.
Wc have acreage, trackage and yardage
that will do you good to Investigate if you
are in tho market for such.
We havo a number of rooming houses
also and will be pleased to have you inves
tigate our prlceH, as there aro somo spe
cial bargains among them. Yours for busi
ness. Rego Realty Co.. S W. 2nd South. Rooms
1C and 17, 'Phone 1635-K. tl23I
NEW 5-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE,
flno location, new furniture piano; will sell
furnished or unfurnished at a bargain, as
I am leaving State. 142 So. 12th East.
JUST WHAT YOU WANT.
Beautiful now brlL cottage of 7 rooms;
3 blocks from city and county bidg; easy
walking distance to business; price $3500;
easy terms; no commission. Inquire of
owner, C69 S, 3rd East. tl2C4
IS IT AN S-ROOM MODERN UP-TO-dato
and well-built cottago that you aro
looking for? I havo one for sale which
cannot be duplicated for tho price asked.
A red pressed brick with whlto stone
trimmings, cut stono foundations, tho
rooms large and airy, finished In hard oil,
not simply oiled and varnished, but all
the woodwork has been rubbed down with
pumice stone and oil; S rooms In the
house, a mantel which has cost $150. elec
tric light fixtures, the very best that
money can buy. The bathroom a dream.
Tho lot 3x10 rods and located on 10th East
near 3rd South, and tho price ought to be
$6500, but tho owner Is anxious to sell and
will take $4750.
A Rlchtcr, 19 W. lut So. Tel. 6U. tl672
HOMES FOR R. R, MEN; WEST
side; cheap. H. J. McGown Co.. room 3.
131 Main, over Bon Ton theater. 11209
5-ROOM PR. BRICK, MODERN. ,CEL
lar, fine location, south, $2&00; teraia easy.
,,i:00,5L cttace. e. side, good location,
$13o0. $300 cash. $20 a month.
5-room pr. brick, modem, oil finish, cel
lar, $1100; easy payments.
-iiun. hjis on wtaio hl
Cholco lots on Gth East.
Hubbard Invt. Co., 7S W. 2nd So. U033
HOUSE AND LARGE LOT ON UP
per Blnsham canyon. Address H-10 Trl-""ne-
GOOD C-ROOM HOUSE WITH 3 A
fine land, a bargain. C. W. Miller & Co
112 W. 2nd So. oiMS
RANCHES. FARMS. ACREAGE. BIG
list of our real estate paper frn at office
Harrington & Courtney, 15 W. 2nd So.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. U. P. R.
R. lands. E. J. t7111s. 15 W. 2nd So, ml337
OUR BUSINESS IS REAL ESTATE
and loans. C. W. Miller & Co.. 112 W 2nd
WE SELL REAL ESTATE. THAT'S
all. Tuttle Bros.. 149 Main: red ball signs.
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE INVEST
racnt Co. Real catato and loan brokers.
251 Main street.
AT A BARGAIN FOR CASH. IF
taken at once. 3 front lots on 2nd West,
near Paxton avc Inquire Anun Lambert
at Lambert Papir Co., 61 W. 8. Temple.
'Phono K3- s397
A TEN PER CENT INVESTMENT.
New house, pressed brick, live rooms.
plumbing, cement walks In yard and
Btrcet, electric lights; will rent for $20
per month. Price, $2009; J200 down, bal
ance same as rent. O. Engdaiil, 321 8
Eighth West. r;o33
S. B. WESTERFrELD. CS-63 COM'L
blk. Houses, lots and business property.
A BARGAIN! SUITABLE FOR
chicken ranch, 4-roorn house, barn, chlok
en coops, 5 flowing wells and 10 acres,
fenced, S mJles west. 12th South. $000. O.
C. Rlchter Co., 131 Main aU t392
UNDER DESERET NATl! BANK.
Main and 1st So. ets., is rvherc you call if
you purchnse property without an ab
stract of title. Wo will make your ab
tract and perfect your title. The Homer
Abstract Co. (Inc)r tU23
S-ROOM MODERN BR.: NEAR OIU2
gon Short Line depot; $17 mo. Inqulro
Petrr Ehrnhclm. Hotel Herald.
SUITE OF TWO NICE FRONT ROOMS,
over Butler's Grocery. 210 So. State. H329
TWO 6-ROOM HOUSES FOR RENT,
one modern. 420 S. Cth East. U259
7-ROOM MODERN. INQUIRE 555 W.
1st North. tl265
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. CLOSE IN,
furnished or unfurnished. 4S W. 4th So.
MODERN 0-ROOM CORNER HOUSE,
on car line. Inquire 919 E. 5th So. 11037
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED,
an 8-room modern brick residence, beau
tifully located, walking distance, cement
walks from tho heart of tho city to the
houdo; reasonable rout to tho right ton
ant. Will glvo ono or two years' lease.
A. Rlchter. 19 W. 1st So. Tel. 611. U076
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED,
four-room modern. No. 7S1 7th st. Inqulro
No. 69 State. U095
11-rm. mod. br closo In. No. Slate st.S75.00
o-rm. mod. br. cot.. 551 So. 2nd WfU 25. CO
5-rm. mod. br. cot . new, 00 E. 7th So 20.00
5- rm. mod. cot.. 3J 13th East 20 CO
0- rm. mod. cot. S79 3rd st 20.00
6- rm. cot., watnr, 218 9th East 20.00
1- rm. & barn. 1535 Sth East 13.0)
6-rm. cot., lights. 1340 6th East 1S.00
4-rm. cot. & barn, 909- E. 3rd So.. .. 15.C0
4-rm. br. cot., 62G Pth East 15.00
4-rm. cot.. 470 No 5th Wc3t 10.03
4-rm. cot. In Court, R. 257 W. 4th So. 10. CO
- rms. & sic. 70S So. Main 7.C0
C-rm. cot & 6 acres, 7th East & Hth
Houstons. the Housers. 51 Main. U016
7 ROOMS AND BATH. 56S EAST BRIO
ham st. Apply No. 14 East 1st So. tlOlS
$3 AND $10. 2 HOUSES NEAR WA-tc-rloo
cur line. Tel. Addison Cain. 1507-K.
1450 So. Main st. t95l
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
7-roorr. brick, bath. c. 1.. No. Ill So. 7th
West, $20 per mo. tS31
6- ROOM BRICK COTTAGE. MODERN.
loO W. -lth So. Apply Wilson -Sherman Co.
o ROOMS. E. L.. LARGE ATTIC, RENT
Slo.OO; no children. 29 Grape st. t74S
ROOM, 25x70. 2ND FLOOR, 241 MAIN
sL, suitable for photo gallery or buolness.
Seo Rivors. 1(0 Main st. t749
STORE ROOM. FINE STAND. 31xC0
feet (basement), long lease; apply P. O.
box 633. city. t633
6 ROOMS, HALL AND CELLAR.
close In. Apply 154 Centre st. t4U
ECO POST ST., 4 ROOMS. CITY WATER.
$10. O. F. Peterson, 53 W. 2nd So. t2CO
SUITE OF FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
or without board, modern, steam neat. 70
W. 5th South. t22tf
NEW MODERN 7-ROOM BRICK,
laundry. 60 So. Main. Inqulro 26 Main.
2 NICE BRICK COTTAGES: CLOSE
in. Inq. Mi W. 6th So.; no chlldrpn. tS5
NICE 3UITE OF UNFURNISHED
rooms, two nice closets. 305 S. 5th East
8 UNFURNISHED SUITES IN JEN
nlngs block for bachelor apartments. In
quire 15 W. 2nd South, room 28. pllOO
LARGE STOREROOM ON MAIN ST.,
bet 2nd nnd 3rd So. IIou3ton Real Es
tate Inv. Co.. 261 Main. pl053
20 HOUSES, ALL KINDS. PRICES
and locations. Tuttlo Bros 149 Main at.
SEVERAL DESIRABLE HOUSE3. J.
Donnan Reavis. 7S W. 2nd So. 'Phone 173.
GOOD STORE. WITH OR WITHOUT
basement. Eant 2nd South t. Frltsch.
No. 12 East 2nd So. r242J
LODGE HALL: MODERN; COM
pletcly and elegantly fum.. including tele
phone. Add Manager. 423 D. F. Walker
bidg. Telephono 2078-X and 1322-Z. sl497
THREE ROOMS. EITHER FUR
nlshcd or unfurnished, 5-55 E. 3rd So. In
qulro I. X. L. Furniture & Carpet Install
ment House B1820
7- ROOM HOUSE IN PARK TER
race. Inquire U. U. Hlskey, 201 McCor
nlck blk. pn
WE WANT SOME HOUSES TO RENT
Hill Invest. Co.. JDS So. W. Tmple. mlli
7 AND S-ROOM MODERN HOUSE; i
steam and hot watir heat; close In. James
K. Shaw, under Walker Bros. bank. nl6J9
A MODERN EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE.
Inqulro at 112 E. 2nd South, bet 4 and 5
p. ra. American Real Estate Inv. Co. UO
154 SO. W. TEMPLE. 'PHONE 2153-K.
H. B. DAVIS. PLUMBING, HEATING,
tower work. Tel. 1271-Y. 12S E. 2nd So.
COLUMBIAN OPTICAL CO.. 260 MAIN.
Wholesale and retail manuf. opticians.
MRS. C. M. TRIPP. MASSAOIS AND
magnetic treutmont 253 S. W. Temple.
SCHOOL OF COOKERY.
MISS CANNON INSTRUCTOR: PAR.
tlculars at 24 E. So. Temple. rl27
BICYCLES AND REPAIRING.
THE LEAD TNG WHEELS ARE IVER
Johnson. Racycle and National. League
Cyclo Store. 225 So. W. Tomple. tll
NOTHING BUT PIERCE BICYCLES.
F. J. Carter. SO W. 3rd So., cor. W. Temple.
NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS. 03
car Groshell. rales agent No. 221 Main st
Expert cash register repairing. Second
band rrgistera always In stock. nllSO
NEW OR 2ND-HAND. CASH. TRADE
or terms. Sorrcnson-Stoutt Co.. 43 E. 3d So.
ENGRAVERS AND DESIGNERS.
DE BOUZEK ENO CO. CUTS FOH
til purpoa8- 27 W. U. Tetnplc. .-a;
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC,
removed by X-rays or electric needle. Lull
Brooks. M. D., Constitution block. sl215
DR. A. SCOTT CHAPMAN, DENTIST.
fv5-0 8c9U-StrevcIl bidg. 'Phono lJW-y
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
REAL ESTATE. RENTS, LOANS, INS.
IUU Invest Co., 156 S. W. Temple. kG13
1 ELEGANT NEW 7-R. MODERN
brick cottage, $2700. CO; easy terms.
1 5-rooin, easy terms $2500.00
1 5-room, easy t.orinB 23M.W
1 9-rooni, easy iprmn OX0.0)
Or exchango for vacant property.
R. E. M'CONAUGHY.
tl043 603 Auorbach Bidg.
$ 275Cholco lot near R. G. W, depot.
31KO--New -l-rm. pd. brick cottage, near
9th E. and 2nd So.; easy terms..
--00S-room house on 2nd st: elec. lights.
Iron fence, cement walks, etc.
52500 Swell 5-room pressed brick, rc. hall.
por. bath, elec. Its., etc., closo In,
cast sldo; terms.
53100 Handsome mod. cottage, E. 2nd So.;
$1500 Ecst lot on north bench.
For bargains In modern homes sec us
A. McKellar & Co.. 03H W. 2nd So. tl021
SUNBURST AND ACCORDION
pleating. Mrs. Jennens. 47 S. let So rniU
WALL PAPER CLEANING.
THE IDEAL PAPER CLEANING CO..
Chnrles M. Gott, Managor. Leave your or
ders at tho Smith Drug Co. 'Phone 23S.
PATENTS FREE, CONSULTATION
office. a5 Eaglo blk. 2nd floor. dl04J
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AMD CON
itruction; largo atock o latent chande
liers. Intcr-Mt. Elec. Co.. 45 E. lat So.
A ARGENTA LODGE NO. 3. F. AND
ytyr A. M. At Masonic hall first Tucs
d.iy of each month. Members of
slater lodges and sojourning breth
FRANK P. SHERWOOD. W. M.
MOSES C. PHILLIPS. Secretary.
WASATCH LODGE NO. 1. F. AND A.
M. Masonic' hall, second Friday each
month. Members of sister lodges and so
journing brothren In good standing in
cited, a. BROWN, W. M.
A. J. LOWE. Secretary.
MT. MORTAH LODGE NO. 2, F. AND
A M. Masonic hall, second Monday each
month. Mmhr3 of slater IoHkcs nnd so
journing brethren In good standing In
vited. JAMES IT. BROWN. W. XL
CHRISTOPHER DTEHL. Secretary.
EL KALAIT TEMPLE. A. A. O. N. M.
S. Third Wednesday of each month- Ma
sonic hall at S p. m. All nobles Gojuorn
C F JENNINGS, Potentate.
A. BROWN. Recorder.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
DESERET CAMP 406 MEETS EVERT
Friday night at S o'clock In Knights of
Pv'Mas hall. 261 Main street
WM. F. LANGENB ACKER. Consul
T F. NEWMAN. Clerk.
WOODBINE CIRCLE NO 41 MEETS
rvery Tusdav at T O. O'F. hall.
SILVER MAPLE CIRCLE NO. 10?
meets every Friday night at I. O. O. F.
FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA
EVERGREEN LODGE NO. 161 MEETS
every Monday at I. O. O F. temple.
T. E. ILVRPER, F. M.
H. J. HESS. Secretary.
OQUIRRU ENCAMPMENT NO. 1.
Second and fourth Tuesdays. 3 p. m. I. o.
O. F. tomnle.
UTAH LODGE NO l! EVERT
Thursday. S p. m.. I. O. O. F. temple.
SALT LAKE NO. 2. EVERY FRIDAY.
F p. m.. at I. O. O. F. temple.
JORDAN LODGE NO 3 EVERY MON
5ny. R p. m.. 1. O. O. F. hall.
RIDGLEY LODGE NO. 9. EVERY
Thursday. S p. m.. I. O. O. F temple.
ENTERPRISE LODGE NO. 15. EVERT
Wednesday, 8 p. m.. I. O. O. F. temple.
FIDELITY LODGE NO. 17. I. O. O. F.
I. O. O. F. temple. Visitors welcome.
E. B. HENDERSON. N. O
J. C. SMITH. Secretary.
REBEKAH NAOMI LODGE CD. OF
R.) No. 1. Every second and fourth Sal
uvdays. p. m.. I. O O. F. temple.
MIRIAM LODGE fD. OF R.) No. ft
Every first and third Saturday. 8 p. m.. I."
(). O. V. temple. Rebokahu Invltorl.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
MYRTLE LODGE NO.' 1. EVERY
Tuesday. K of P. hall. 261 Main atreet.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO T
Kvorv Thursday evening. K. of P. halL
CALANTHE LODGE NO. 5. EVERY
Monday. K. of P. hall.
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 23. K OF P
meets every Saturday uvenJng, 3 o'clock'
K. of P. hall. '
KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES.
K. O. T. M- SALT LAKETEKtTco'
Every Thursday, L, O. O. F. hall. VlaltinTr
Knights Invited. a
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
SALT LAKE CTTY h7ve1o"T
meets every first and third Tuesday, i n
m.. 1. O. O. F. hall. v'
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
SALT LAKE AERIE NO. C7. EVER'
Frlday. S p. m.. A O. U. W. ball.
SEGO LILY LODGE NO. 252TfTrmt
and third Tuesday. 8 p. m., A O. U. w
S. L. COUNCIL. 1517. 2ND AND TH
Thursdays, Aucrbach building.
H. A JOPLIN. RCff
E. L. JONES. Sec
DANISH BROTHERHOOD OF
HA A BET LODOS NO. 73. EVERY 1ST
nrd Jrd Thursday. I. O. O. F :rnpl.
GEORGE PLVTTON. STOCK BROKER.
No. 43 East 2nd So. Commission charged,
of 1 per cent. Tou par no fee if you
buy from or sell to me. Sell on margin.
MONEY TO LOAN. lM
ON MORTGAGE. NO COMMISMOfe
Pomcroy, 36 W. 1st North. Phono JBl-rt j
i-1 I ll
OUR OWN MONEY. ! IH
Lowest interest rates in Salt Lake. I
Tou oan ropoy any amount, any time, jH
without notice. 1 HH
Principal and interest payable, here at , ififl
Wc save you from ail red tapo and un
THE HOME TRUST AND SAVINGS jH
Paid-up Capital, $250,000.
6-10 West First South St. tG47
CITY AND FARM PROPERTY: LOW
est rates. J. L. Porkes, Room 6, Masonic
block. West Tomplo. tZ2Q
F. G. WOOD. $10 TO $500, FURNITURE.
hcrses. etc.; easy terms. 149 Main, K, 310.
DON'T BORROW TROUBLE: BOR- IHfl
row money. Salaried men or women ac- 1
commodatcd on their note, without mort
cage or endorser. Easy payments. Con
tldenUal. Cherry. 407 D. F. Walker bide
Any amount to loan on furniture, plsnos.
waohouso receipts, personals or any good
eourlty. Sw us If you want money. Our 'H
rates lowost in city. Easy terms; plenty iH
of time. 129 Keith-O'Brien bidg. r2l M
ON CHATTELS OR REAL ESTATE
any amount; any time. O. F. Peterson. 53 1
W. 2nd So.
$10 TO $25,000 ON CHATTELS OR REAL
estate: private. Eo.ultab!o Loan and In
vest. Co., 63Vi V. 2nd So. p742
ON ANY PROPERTY: YOU RETAIN
possession. Tho Stringer Co.. 70 W. 2nd S. IH
ON UTA.H AND IDAHO FARMS. EL
rar E. Darling & Co.. 6 W. 2nd Sc. jH
$1000 TO J50.COO. ONE TO FIVE YEARS;
farm or city proporty. James K. Shaw.j IH
under Walker Bros. bank. p53
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS.
Miller & Vclie. McCornlck bidg.
ON FURNITURE. PIANOS OR GOOD
security, without removal; private. E. F.
Stolzcnbergcr, 15 W. 2nd So., room 23.
R. L, TRACY. 11 E. 1ST 80 LENDS
mon:y; no commission, expense or do'iy.
"we lend money to build
houses. It Is not necessary to havo tho
houso built first. Wo will advance thn
money as the houso progressesv Lowest
rut e.i. Part payment any time, and Inter-
est reduced accordingly. McGurrln & Co.. H
154 Main street. mlS5 IH
BOARD AND ROOMS.
NEATLY- FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH
or without board; steam heat 70 W. 5th IH
BEAUTIFULLY" FURNISHED ROOMS.
excellent board. 124 6th East. tll22
PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH BOARD,
for gentleman; private family. C6 E. 1st IH
PLEASANT FRONT ROOMS WITH
board; very reasonable. -15 W. 1st No. tSS) jB
2 PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH BOARD B
In modern homo. 137 N W Tomplo. rl2lj H
RATES. 170 W. SO. TEMPLE. o&i i
SETTING OF CASES
IN FEDERAL C05hTT B
March 21st Is tho day fixed by Judgo
Marshall for tho setting of cases now be-ff-ro
tho United States court. The dato for
the trial of all cases will bo fixed at that t
limo but no cases will be called before
Monday, April 11th. V
Tho Conrad-Stanford company brought
suit In the Federal court yestorday
against the Utah Savings and Trust com
pnny of thlu city to collect SlLOro allogel
to bo duo on an attachment bond.
The suit Is tho outgrowth of a judgment
secured some tlmo ago by tho Conrad-
Stanford company agalii3t P. A. H '
Franklin. Franklin guvo notico of an ap
yenl and Olcd a bond to keep the property
from being attached pending tho final dls
position of tho suit. Tho tlmo for the til
ing of the motion of appeal has elapsed
and tho plaintiffs aro now suing to collect HH
THEATRICAL EXCURSION M
Via Rio Grande, March 17th. HH
For the performance of Mra Flske at Hfl
the Grand theatre. Salt Lake City, tho HH
RlojGrande will operate a low rate ex- fl
cursion from Payson. Provo and Inter
mediate points. Special train returnlnff
Immediately after performance. Schi sH
'agent for particulars.
AT THE HOTELS. x H
AT THE CCLLEN!
ZleTlnv rlv5Il" at th Cullcn hotel
0j h. P'ekett. Provo; F. M sH
nnwJ''.,0Ra?n: J- M- Dwn' Marcur; W
AVPlkr' D,?nvcr: Scott McKay.
Snbori; ?n0r f C rV,T0' CF Wheeler. H
rsonnorn la.. J. j. Upton and wife Law! ssH
ton Okla.; Minnlo B. Stetson, a m sH
Goahen. Falrtiel-l, III.; D. M Dormnn" i i
Angeles- Pat P ' Mllier anil w T "idahS
I' alls. Ida.; John McAr.drows. Vernal
Ltah: Don McGulrc. Ogden; S H Com
Sagina w. Mich. ; A. F. Far" I oran - ? w '
Yowell. Elko. Nev.; D. II Hnrwlek' 'ro'
Mex. ; John A. RuHeiu Deer Lodie M?nft
James Furr. R. J. Taylor. Ogden- J P a
KfeclTw llyrum IClermanni M
AT THE WIUON. Vi
pel. Jus ll,0en Ormshee" Nowr1 VI
S. Cooley. J. H. Douglaia. Butto T t MM
Llchtenstoin. Omaha; j ' JciovT
Uooloy J. G. Gallagan. New York- AtrV
J- Lnnis. AHpen, Colo.; Mrs Vrtl ci.
Snn Frnnclco- m f v. rlc Smith.
W. DeF,"d. Bingham: F Cofeli J H
York; J. C. Bott an, wif f,'""1"1 ov
T. Porter. Mamfno?h-c 'nonVCri GfQ' 1
ANagntr. Cleveland; A R v.m.rs- n
iol!V,fr', San Fnincis- R c nl'"ii J' 1
nnd wife. Bingham: Mm A r ' of :vr?dl?7
Frisco, Utah; A. S Basi AV;1fc,vnl.
F Madleon. Kaii CRy- I?1"1 tf
St. LouIh; Mrs, E C An,i-. Martin.
B Booth,' Evnnstoh. Wye " ot?A J
tia. Chicago; W. y PwdJ S?,0nc,Q Cl,p- ,
S. RangleT Boston. f A'forfl; Mr. JBt
The record that don't oom v ... I Km!&
Ihopay. Lots of U9T oT' fM
iraRCHANTS' PROTECTOR MM
Scientific Collectors of Bid & lll
Top Floor Commercial i&f H1K
Francis G. Luke. General vL HlK