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K lO THE SAIZT IoAXE TRIBinsrE: SATURDAY" MOItNTN'Gj ft'LABCH 26, 19 ?4.
I ! ("WANT ADS'M
1 i CASH RATES
I I0c per line first Insertion.
5c per lino each subsequent
H I ' insortion.
la No ad. to occupy less space
fi than two lines.
Wmi Your "want ad." will be ac-
Iflh ceptcd and 'phoned to The Salt
i Lako Tribuno office at regular
In ' rates by the following agents:
I BRANCH OFFICES
mi I Godbe-Pltts Drug Co.
101 Main Street.
I W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO.,
I i Corner Second South and Stato.
I 502 South State.
! 1 LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand j
B J i Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd We?t
Hi and South Temple.
j j H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST,
I 511 West Second South.
I A i WASATCH DRUG STORE,
H: f 1 corner Second South and Third
'. , East.r
mt j W. R. ULARK DRUG STORE, j
1 11th East and 12th South, Su- I
H; gar House. M
H j CONTRACTORS.
HL' UTAH SCREEN AND JOB SHOP
general conlractora of all kinds of new or
, I repair work, stairs, storo fronts, fixtures
and buildings, R. S. Brock & Son, Props..
MM ; 41 South West Temple- S1312
H ' SAFES.
H I NEW OR 2ND-HAND. CASH, TRADE
MM ' or terms. Sorcnscn-Stoutt Co., -12 E. 2nd S.
H o ARGENTA LODGE NO 3, F.
MM . fAiaJid A. M. At Masonic hall first
MM, I IvTTuesdav of each month. Members
1 ' of sister lodges and sojourning
H brothren Invited.
1 FRANK P. SHERWOOD, W. M.
MOSES C. PHILLIPS, Secretary.
H WASATCH LODGE NO. L F. AND A.
M. Masonic hall, second Friday each
1 month. Members of sister lodges and so-
Hl journlng brother in good standing In-
H vltcd. A- BROWN, W. M.
I i A. J. LOWE, Secretary.
I MT. MORIAJI LODGE NO. 2, F. AND
, A. M. Masonic hall, second Monday each
month. Members of Bister lodges and so-
Journlng brethren in good standing In-
: 1 vlted. JAMES H. BROWN. W. M
i CHRISTOPHER DIEHL. Secretary.
H I EL KALAH TEMPLE, A. A. O. N. M.
L S. Third Wednesday of each :nonth. Ma-
j eonlc hall at S p. m. All nobles sojourn-
1 lng invited.
C. F. JENNINGS, Potentate,
k j A. BROWN. Recorder. .
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
j DESERET CAMP -IOC MEETS EVERY
Friday night at 8 o'clock In Knights of
f I Pythias hall, C51 Main street,
f WM. F. LANGENBACKER, Consul
i I Commander.
i T E. NEWMAN, Clerk.
H 1 WOODBINE CIRCLE NO. 41 MEETS
I every Tuesday at I. O. O. F. hall.
SILVER MAPLE CIRCLE NO. 105
Mm meets every Friday night at I. O. O. F.
FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA.
1 , every Monday at I. O. O. F. temple,
l 1 T. E. HARPER, F. M.
l H. J HESS, Secretary.
J : ODD FELLOWS.
1 I OQUIRRH ENCAMPDLOT Nol 1
j Second and fourth Tuesdays, S p. m. I. O.
O F. temple.
ffl j UTAH LODGE No! L EVERY
1 J Thursday. S p. m., I. O. O. F. temple.
Mm I SALT J..AKE NO. 2. EVERY FRIDAY,
S o. m.. at I. O. O. F. temple.
II JORDAN DODGE NO. X EVERY MON-
day, S p. m., I. O. O. F. hall.
H RIDGLEY LODGE 'NOi 9. EVERY
Thursday, g p. m I. O. O. F. temple.
ENTERPRISE LODGE NO. 1C. EVERY
1 Wednesday, 8 p. m., I. O. O. F. temple.
FIDELITY LODGE NO. 17. I. O. O. F.,
meets every Wednesday night at S o'clock,
Mm 3. O. O. F. temple. Visitors welcome.
E. B. HENDERSON, N. G.
H J. C. SMITH. Secretary.
M REBEKAH NAOMI LODGE (D. OF
I Tt.) No. 1. Every second and fourth Sat-
unday, 8 p. m L O. O. F. temple.
l MIRIAM LODGE CD, OF R.) NO. 5.
Every flist and third Saturday, 8 p. m., I
IK F ten,!lc- Rcbckahs .Invited.
I KIS'IGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
I iyrtle3dgeno! T. EVERY
IB j Tuesday, K. ot-P. hall, 251 Main street-.
I ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3.
Every Tliursday evening, Ki of P. hall.
CALANTHE LODGE NO. 5. EVERY
Monday, 1C of P. haU.
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 23, K. OF P.,
me-Jts every Saturday ovenlng, S o'clock,
K. of P. hall. ,
H KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES.
I TorTTMATAKE TENT NO."!.
Every Thursday, I. O. O. L- hall. Visiting
t Knights invited.
R LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
B3 bxDt laicecTtThve noTi
H, meets every first and third Tuesday, 8 p.
B m.. I. O. O. F. holl.
H FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
H "SALT LAKE AERIE NO. C7. EVERY
Friday. S p. m., A. O. U. W. hall.
j FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD.
; and third Tuesday, 8 p. m., A. O. U. W.
H ROYAL ARCANUM.
mm Thursdays, Aucrbach building.
If. A. JOPLIN, Reg.
H E. D. JONES. Sec.
DANISH BROTHERHOOD OF
mm and 3rd Thursday, r. O. O. F. temple.
11 MRS. C. M. TRD?P. MASSAGE -AND
magnetic treatment. 35?. S, W. Temple.
H T - L
GOOD SALOON PROPOSITION. AD
drcss Bill Franz, Democratic club, Den
ver, Colo. t2175
BOARD AND ROOMS BY MAN.
wife and two children (11 and 7 years old);
desire 2 or 3 rooms with board; northeast
portion of city preferred: good place and
reasonable rates; can find steady boarders
and prompt pay; references. C, A. W.,
Tribuno office. tl'Ol
WANTED SUITE OF ROOMS, WITH
board, for family of four; good location
and references oxchanged. Address C. A.
W., care Tribune. tl'323
FIVE OR SIX-ROOM MODERN
dwelling; ono or two-year lease; walking
distance buBlncss center: good neighbor
hood; references. Box 301. City Postof
flco ( tl-167
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR MEN'S ,
cast-off clothing, hats and shoes: send
postal. CO Commercial at., Tel. 2125-X.
IF YOU HAVE A COW OR CALF FOR
solo see A. McFarland, 1G79 So. Main, or
telephone 1270--2. U339
WHY BE BROKE WHEN WE WILL
loan you money on diamonds, watches,
Jewelry, puns, tools, musical Instruments,
trunks, etc. 'Phone 2176-Y Largo loans,
small Interest. 20 E. 1st So. Undo Sam.
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
stoves. Sec Matsen, 249 State. 'Phone
FURNITURE OR ANYTHING SEC-ond-liand;
nothing too large or fine. 1. X.
L. 2nd-hond store. Tel. 490-3. 23S S. Stnto.
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
stoves. S. L, Furniture Co., 233 S. State.
YOU TO GIVE YOUR CAST-OFF
clothing, etc.. to the Salvation Army
soclal-rellof dept., for use In Its salvago
room. Call 'phone 13S3-X. or send postnl
to Staff-Capt. David Miller, 25 Franklin
ove., whose signature will bo on card car
ried by our collector. t23
NURSEGIRL, &1S EAST BRIGIIAM
RELIABLE SECOND GIRL. 251 3RD
COMPETENT GIRL WHO CAN COOK;
roferences Apply at 33 1st st. t2lSl
WILL GIVE USE OF OFFICE. MA
chlnc, 'phone, lights, etc., to stenographer
who will keep offlco open. Address P. O.
Box 0S. city. 1209C
10 CARPENTERS. AT CONSTITU
tlon blk. Engdahl & Rudinc. t2109
BARBER WANTED; STEADY JOB.
30 W. 3rd South. t2113
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
wprk; good wages. Apply afternoons bet.
5 and C, at SI O st. t2114
A COMPETENT SECOND GLRL. AP
ply KS E 2nd South. t2113
STRONG YOUNG MAN ABOUT IS
years old to work In grocery store In mi
ning camp near by; one familiar with cut
ting meat preferred; give references and
stato salary expected. Address 1 2S, Trib
WANTED EXPERIENCED CLOTH
Ing and shoo man. Inaulre at Tho Hub.
Ogden, Utah. t2037
UNCLE SAM WANTS HELP 14.000 Ap
pointments last year; free examination pa
per and catalogue giving positions and sal
aries. Dept. 3, Western Correspondence
University, 923 Golden Gato ave., San Frnn
BOYS WANTED. A. D. T. CO.. 53 S.
Main st. USSJ
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
no washing. 235 Sixth Ea&t.
HIGH-GRADE POSITIONS OPEN.
Executive, clerical, technical and sales
men, paying from J1000 to J5000. Call or
write. Hapgoods (Ins.), suite F, 502 Pioneer
bldg.. Seattle. UW
STENOGRAPHER FOR OUT OF
town office: must be a young man with
some knowledge of accounting. Address
Y 5, Tribune. tl521
GOOD GIRL FOR COOK AND HOUSE
work; no washing; wages ?25. Apply 122S
E. Brlgham. tlSOO
MEN TO LEARN THE BARBER
trade; 8 weeks completes; posltlors guar
anteed; tuition earnpd while lcarlng;
licensed Instructors; growing domand for
our graduates. Call or write for particu
lars. Moleis Barber college, G2 E. 1st So..
Salt Lako City. tS3
MEN ALL BARBER WORK FREE
at Mold's Barber college, 62 E. 1st Eouth,
TEAMSTERS. J2.00. $2.23 PER DAY.
Laborers, $2.00, $2.25 per day.
Dixon Employment Co.. "Phone 923-x.
C East 1st Sc.. Salt Lake City. t215
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Hotel, rcstaurart and household help.
Hcadquartcrp for laborers.
05 W 2nd So, TeL 454-2 rings. o743
REFINED YOUNG WIDOW WISHES
situation as. housekeeper for respectable
gentleman. Address I 22, Tribune. 12111
AS HOUSEKEEPER FOR WIDOWER.
Call 242 W. 1st South, room 10. t20S0
CAPABLE AND EXPERIENCED GIRL
of -13, employment as nurse maid. Tele
phone 9S3-Y. (2020
AN ALL-ROUND HOUSE, MILL OR
mlno carpenter wants work. P. O. box
SCHOOL 03? COOKERY.
MISS CANNON. INSTRUCTOR; PAR
tlculara at 24 E. So. Temple. r!279
UTAH AUTOMOBILE CO., WE SELL
the Wlnton, Olds aad other makes; wo
also rent aut03 with careful drivers.
Temporary quarters, 370 Main st-, Tel.
JOHN J. WALLACE & CO., D. F".
Walker bldg., Salt Lake, collect debts, any
part, of U. S. and Canada; prompt atten
tion; reference, Walker Bros.' bank.
ALL DEBTS BOUGHT AND COL
lectcd. C03 Aucrbach bldg. tl
WALLET, CONTAINING MONEY.
Liberal reward. Return to No. 1 Bello
vue place, t 2109
WALLET CONTAINING PAPERS
and checks between Wolls-Fargo express
offlco and It. G. W. depot. Return same
to express ortlec and get revard. t2179
THURDAY EVENING. BETWEEN SO
2nd st. and 5th E. and 4th So., lady's open
face silver watch; monogram on back.
Return to SO 2nd st. Reward. 1217G
POCKE1BOOK CONTAINING J-ri BILL
and promissory noie. First Nuu'l. Bonk of
Caldwell. Idaho, stamped on Inside. Re
turn to 148 Social Hall avo. Reward. olC4
ON WED. NIGHT. A BLACK HAND
bag with monfiy and papers. Return to
t35 E. 1st So. and receive reward. sl9C3
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
J. DONNAN REAVIS IS NOW Lo
cated on the ground floor, 32-31 Main
street. "The Z. C..M. I. Is opposite." Tele
LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP!
C-r. cottage. S. V., closo In; lot KxlG3 ft.;
a snap; well, you hod better sec It, Only
4- room brick cottage near R. G. W. de
pot; lot 30x110 to alley, $1000; $200 ca3h; bal.
0-room ctrlctly mod. B on E. 2nd South,
near 9th East; owner cays sell.
10-room mod. B., on E. 2nd South; flno
barn, a model home; walking dlotanco;
5- R. mod. B., on 3rd St., good barn and
tho (price lo modern, too, owing to the late
ness of tho season.
Rego Realty Co.. 'Phone 1C35-K.
8 West 2nd South, roomn 10 and 17.
MAKE US AN OFFER ON AN S-ROOM
aiol, brick, N. E. part of city; bath, toi
let, basin, E. lights, good cellar, nlco
lawn; vines and roses; must be sold at
once. No reasonable offer will bo re
Jcctcd. REGE REALTY CO.,
F. M. POWELL. Mgr.
Rooms 16 and 17. 8 west 2nd So. Tel.
A BARGAIN IN BRICK house. 5
rooms, Glh West near 7lh South; lot 36x140,
dirt cheap, same section. Doull Bros.,
room 10 Eaglo block. 11906
MOVING BY EXPERT EURNI
turo handlors. Largo 3-horse vans.
All work guaranteed. Redman Van
Sc Storago Co. "Phono 1&5. USS2
BEAUTIFUL NEW MODERN 8-ROOM
pressed brick residence, good sized Im
proved lot, located on East 1st South
street, in best residence portion of city.
Low price, reasonable terms. Incruire
owner. Telephone 1564-Z 12039
J1000 l-ROOM BRICK COTTAGE: PAN
try, ciosot, summer kitchen; near
R. G. W. shops; $300 cash $20 per
month; a great bargain.
Weir, 200 S. West Tcmplo. Wo move
soon to 3C W. 2nd South. tlBSt
1 ELEGANT NEW 7-R. MODERN
brick cottage, $2700. CO; easy terms.
1 C-roora, easy terms $2500.00
1 C-room, easy terms 2S00.C0
1 9-room, easy terms GOOO.CO
Or exchange for vacant property.
R. E- M'CONAUGHY,
U043 503 Aucrbach Bldg.
IS IT AN S-ROOM MODERN UP-TO-date
and well-built cottago that you aro
looking for? I have one for sale which
cannot be duplicated for the price asked
A red pressed brick with white stone
trimmings, cut stono foundations, tho
rooms largo and airy, finished in hard oil,
not simply oiled and varnished, but all
tho woodwork has been rubbed down with
pumice stone and oil; 8 rooms In the
house, a rrantel which has cost $150. elec
tric light fixtures, the very best that
money can buy. The bathroom a drenm.
The lot 3x10 rods and located on 10th East
near 3rd South, and the price ought to bo
JC500. .but tho owner Is anxious to sell and
will take $4750.
A. Rlchter, 19 W. 1st So. Tel. Gil. tlC72
HOMES FOR R. R. MEN; WEST
side; cheap. H. J. McGown Co., room 3,
131 Main, over Bon Ton theater. tl203
GOOD G-ROOM HOUSE WITH 3 A.
fine land, a bargain. C. W. Miller & Co..
112 W. 2nd So. al.MS
RANCHES, FARMS. ACREAGE; BIG
list of our real estate paper froo at office.
Hcrrlngton & Courtney, 15 W. 2nd So
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. U. P. R.
R. lands. E. J. Wills. 15 W. 2nd So. mlS37
OUR BUSINESS IS REAL ESTATE
nnd loons. 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
ment Co. Real estato and loan brokers.
251 Main otrcet.
A TEN PER CENT INVESTMENT.
New house, pressed brick, five rooms,
plumbing, cement walks In yard and
street electric lights; will rent for $20
per month. Price, $2000; S200 down, bal
ance Eamo as rent. O. Engdahl, 321 3.
Eighth West. r20M
A BARGAIN I SUITABLE FOR
chicken ranch. 4-room house, barn, chick
en coops, 5 flovlnjr wells and 10 acres,
fenced. S miles west. 12th South, $600. G.
C. Rlchter Co . 131 Main ct. t392
WE HAVE BEEN LOCATED IN THE
basement of tho Descret National bank
bldg. for tho past 15 years, reports to the
We have the Salt Lako Abstract Title
Guarantee and Trust Co. title records, on
which E. W. Genler's successful business
career was founded. Ninety per cent of
tho mining abstracts of Salt Lake county
were Issued from these title records.
Tho Homer Abstract Co.. basement Des
cret Nat. bank bldg.. 1st So. and Main.
A SNAP G-ROOM BRICK, 3x10 RODS,
sower, 743 E. 1st South st.; S-SOCO.
Largo brick house, lawn, trees, 6x10
rods, 145' S. 6th East sL, for sale at a bar
gain. Lot 39xGS foct, s. e. cor. 2nd So. and 3rd
E. sts. Fine location for a drug store;
George Saxton, under Deseret Bank.
S. B. WESTERFIELD. 63-09 COM'L
blk. Houses, lots and business property.
UNDER DESERET NATL. BANK,
Main and 1st So. sis., la where you call If
you purchnae property without an ab
stract of title. Wo will make your ab
stract and perfect your title. Tho Homer
Abstract Co. (Inc.). tll23
REAL ESTATE. RENTS, LOANS. INS.
Hill Invest. Co . 155 S. W. Temple. k615
SEIDLER BROS., LADIES' TAILORS:
all work first-class. 317 Main st. U335
DR. A. SCOTT CHAPMAN. DENTIST.
505-6 Scott-Strovell bldg. 'Phone 1S54-Y.
WHERE TO STOP.
ROOMS AND BOARD $1 DAY UP:
weekly rates. 270 West So. Temple. rl015
LINCOLN HOUSE, GS E. 1ST SOUTH.
200 rooms; rates, 25 and 33 cents. sl316
BOARD AND ROOMS.
FIRST-CLASS ROOMS WITH BOARD.
153 N. Main st. t20S7
NICE ROOMS. WITH BOARD. FOR
gentleman; private family- C5 E. 1st No.
GOOD BOARD AND ROOMS, NO 15
Phlpps place, opp. postofflcc. U793
NEWLY FURN. PARLORS. WITH
flrst-clasa board. 110 North Main cL U523
BEAUTIFULLY" FURNISHED ROOMS,
excellent board. 124 Gth East- U122
2 PLEASANT ROOMS. WITH BOARD.
In modern home. 137 N. W. Temple. rl247
RATES. 270 W. SO. TEMPLE. s54
UTAH CARPET AND WALL PAPER
Cleaning Co. Carpets cleaned on the floor,
feathers renovated, 'Phone 17S7-K. slH3
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FURNITURE 7 ROOMS, ALL FULL;
upright piano, ront $30, snap. GS S. 1st W.
BUY THIS TODAY A FINE RES
taurant on 2nd So., everything In good
order. Hill Invest Co., 156 So. W. Tem
ple. Tel. 903-IC t2104
2 GOOD FRESH COWS AND CALVES.
037 E. 7th South. 12178
FRESH MILK COW. INQUIRE REAR
41 N. State. t21S3
SODA WATER PAYS LARGE
profits. Tho most popular fountain Is
made by Robert M. Green & Sons, Phila
delphia, Pa. Send for catalogue or ad
dress S. J Fell, P. O. box 301, Salt Lake,
for prices and terms. sl755
ROOMING-HOUSE, 19 ROOMS, 10
rooms, 7 rooms, G rooms; cottage 5 rooms;
All newly furn.; party leaving city. A
Biiap. Inq. 2S E. 5th So. 12117
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK EGGS,
$150 for 15; prize-winning stock; mall or
ders promptly filled. Frank Rankin, 333
North 1th West, S. L. City. 12103
KIMBALL UPRIGHT PIANO,
slightly used, $275.00. Clayton Music Co.,
109 Main st- 12021
1 l-ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT: NEW
furniture for salo. Inq. 270 W. So Temple.
'Phone 1209-Y. 12046
SMALL WELSH SHETLAND PONY,
Uoublo harness and two-seated pony wag
on; will trade for piano of any standard
make; pay cash difference. Address I 23.
OHICICENS. 150 BROWN AND WHITE
Leghorns; hens all laying. 346 E. 5th So
AT HALF PRICE, FINE CATTLE3
ranch, containing 240 acres, In a beautiful
location, within an hour's ride from Salt
Lako. Add. J. H. Bailey, Jr., Descret Na
tional Bank bldg. t134l
FURNISHED 7-ROOM HOUSE; UP
right piano, cheap. GS S. l3t WeeL 11313
WHITE, BUFF AND BROWN LEG
horn and W. Wyandottcs eggs for hutch
ing. Special price for Incubator lots. Whlto
Rock hens. 1011 S. 11th East. Tel. 1769-X.
FURNITURE OF LODGING HOUSE,
Inquire at C. E. W. Bowers. 235 Main. tl531
EGGS FOR HATCHING; BARRED
Rocks, Mlnorcas, Wyandotte, Brown Leg
horn, $1 per setting. Will furnish eggs for
Incubators 50c per dozen. blk. S. E. 7th
So and 11th East. U532
FURNITURE OTP THREE COM
nletcly furnished flats and fiats for rent.
Box 1030. tl473
A GOOD BUSINESS FOR SALE; BEST
paying business In eastern Oregon; for
sale on account of falling health; for par
ticulars Inquire Granstrom's Cafo and
Oyster House, Baker City, Or. uTTl
PICTURE FRAMES AT COST.
Bring U3 your pictures for framing. Riv
ers Bros., 140 Main st. t7G3
EGGS FOR HATCHING BARRED
Plymouth Rock. White Wyandotte and
Rhode Island Reds, $1 per J5. Crcssbrook'
rnnch. 3510 S. 7th East- t631
2-CHAIR BARBER SHOP. SCO PER
vcek business; account sickness; $300
cash. Address Box 106, Rock Springs,
LARGE NEARLY NEW NATIONAL
caeh register Address R 43. Tribune.
HORSES BOUGHT AJJD SOLD. IOWA
scabies, 129 W. So Temple. 81103
ROOMING-HOUSE. INQ. AT 12 WEST
tnd South. ol571
ELEGANT. SOLID. CARVED, BLACK
walnut, marble top chamber set. 73 North
State street. b"J140
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN ALL
kinds of household goods. See show win
dows for some of our bargains. Don't
buy- until you get our prices. Cash If you
have It. credit If you want It. Nebraska
Furniture Co., 02 E. 2nd So. UC33
HAVE YOU EVER SEEN THE GO
carl that folds so you can put It In your
grip? We are sole agents, seo show win
dow. I. X. L. Furniture &. Installment
House. Terms $1.C0 on $10.00, $10.00 on
S100.00. No interest. tlC45
CARPENTERS AND JOBBERS.
RAINEY & WOLF. GENERAL CON
tractora and elevator work; work guaran
teed; rear 123 So. Main. Tel. 2191-X-1052-Z
ROBERT M'CARROLL & CO.. ARCHI
lectural designing, storo front changed;
Jobbing & repairs. 52 Market at., Tel. 135S-X
KOY WATKUUa. 67 E. ZHU SO. VL.A.
Ttlor and Job work. Tel 1673-Z. oS73
H. F. WILLIAMS, CARPENTER AND
Pattern and model maklni a specialty.
All kinds of Job work.
Storo and office fixtures.
160 E. 2nd South. 'Phone 1053-Z. nl2OT
SUITS TO ORDER, $15 UP. FIT GTIAR
nntccd. Sorcnscn & Larscn, 115 W. 2nd
SECOND-HAND JUNE AND MILL
machinery motors, pipe and rail of all
sizes. J. M. Sworn. 33G So 3rd W. t235.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
ARE YOU SICK? CAN NOBODY
cure you? Then try the Spirit physicians;
they heal through me. Come and see me.
Mrs. W. Heln. 33 W. 5th So. sllOS
WOMAN SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN.
Lulu Brooks, M. D., Constitution blk.
NEW OR 2ND-HAND. CASH, TRADE
or terms. Sorcnscn-Stoutt Co,, 18 E. 2nd
MOVING AND STORAGE.
REDMAN VAN AND STORAGE CO..
moving-, packing and shipping. 'Phone 655.
Offlco 126 and 128 S. W. Temple. hlG45
DIAMOND AND ALL OTHER KINDS
sold by Clt. Coal Co., 53 W. 2nd So. Tel. 45
UTAH POULTRY AND EGG CO.,'
headquarters for fancy poultry. Buy and
sell all times. Fancy live and dressed. Al
ways reliable. Fancy eggs for setting. C.
A. Holbcrg, Mgr.. 103 W. 1st South. t2023
FOR RENT. '
TWO DESIRABLE FRONT OFFICES
to let. Apply to A. C. Smith, 112 S. Main.
SEWING MACHINES, $2 PER MONTH
Whlto office, 29 W. 1st So. 'Phono 12S7-X.
GOOD B-ROO.M HOUSE. 231 E. 3RD
South st In good condition. Inquire In
rear of 223 E. 3rd South st t21Sl
MODERN HOUSE, 9 ROOMS, RECEP
tlon hall, etc.; beautiful grounds. Apply
mornings on premises, 711 5th East; S35
MODERN 4-ROOM COTTAGE; Posi
tively no chlklren. 120 W. 4th So. ,, t2U0
New 5-room mod. br 29 11th E $2G.O0
4-room frame, close In 13.00
4-room frame, 730 S 4th W 10.00
4-room frame. 3rd W 12.00
Store nnd 3 rooms, 142 E. 1st S 22.50
0-room mod.. 744 S. 5th E 35.00
4-room br , completely furnished 25. 00
Wo havo others. Little & Little, No. 4
W. 2nd So. t203O
5- ROOM MODERN BRICK. M4 SOUTH
Main. Inquire next house south. tlfS
FURNITURE PACKED FOR
shipping; cut rates; expert packers
of china, bric-a-brac, furniture, etc.
Redman Van & Storago Co. 'Phono
7-ROOM HOUSE. S5S WEST 2ND NO.,
15 per mo. Brown In Town. U713
MODERN. RENT $33 FINE LOCA
tlon for roomers; furniture for sale,
cheap. 143 So. 2nd West. 11721
3 OR C ROOMS. CLOSETS. WATER,
electric lights; blinds, etc 37 So. 4th East.
MAIN ST. OFFICES ARE BEST;
flno offices can be had now In the Se
curity Trust building, opposite Z. C. M.
I., the financial center; elevator service,
steam heat, thoroughly modern; this
building Is exclusively for offices. See
McGunin & Co. now 131 Main St.; will
occupy above building on 20th Inst. tl4C3
9-ROOM BRICK. THOROUGHLY
modern; large barn; $27.00. 'Phono 1527-K.
SUITE OF TWO NICE FRONT
rooms, over Butler's Grocery. 210 S. State.
MODERN G-ROOM CORNER HOUSE,
on car line. Inquire 919 E. 5th So. 11037
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
four-room modern, No. 7S1 7th st- Inquire
No. CD State. tlC35
7 ROOMS AND BATH, EOS E, BRIG
ham Ht. Apply No. 14 East 1st So. U015
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
7-room brick, bath, e. 1., No. Ill So. 7th
West. $20 per mo. tS31
6- ROOM BRICK COTTAGE. MODERN.
156 W. 4th So. Apply Wilson-Sherman Co.
603 POST ST., 4 ROOMS. CITY WA
tcr, $10. O. F. Peterson. G3 W. 2nd So. t20G
SUITE OF FURNISHED ROOMS,
with or without boatl; modern; Btenm
heat. 70 W. 6th South. t220
NICE SUITE OF UNFURNISHED
rooms, two nlco closets. 305 S. 5th East.
LARGE STOREROOM ON MAIN ST..
bet. 2nd and 3rd So. nouston Real Es
tate Inv. Co., 251 Mr In- plOSS
20 HOUSES. ALL KINDS. PRICES
and locations. Tuttle Bros.. 149 Main st.
SEVERAL DESIRABLE HOU8ES. J.
Donnan Reavls. 73 W. 2nd So. 'Phone 173.
GOOD STORE. WITH OR WITHOUT
basement East 2nd South bL Frltsch,
No. 12 East 2nd So. r2423
5-ROOM HOUSE, CLOSE IN. SU1TA
ble Zor business people, $15 per mo. Inq.
241 E. 1st South. tl'79
THREE ROOMS. EITHER FUR
nlshed of unfurnished, 645 E. 3rd So. In
qulro I X. L. Furniture & Carpet Install
ment Hn"8o. slS20
7- ROOM HOUSE LJ PARK TER
race. Inquire U. U. Illskcy, 201 McCor
nlck blk pl7
WE WANT SOME HOUSES TO RENT.
Hill Invest Co.. 150 So. W. Temple. mllO
7 AND S-ROOM MODERN HOUSE;
steam and hot water heat, close In- James
K. Shaw, under Walkv Bros. bank. nlSSD
154 SO. W. TEMPLE 'PHONE 2153-K
RED SANDSTONE. $10.00 PER CORD.
Brown Stono Co., No. li E. 1st So., ground
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
structlon; large stock of latest chande
liers. Intcr-ML Elec. Co., 45 E. 1st So.
UTAH JUNK CO.. HIGHEST PRICE
paid for Iron, brass, rags, bottles, rubber,
copper, etc. 63 E. 8th So. "Phono 213. bS12
SUNBURST AND ACCORDION
pleating. Mrs. Jenncns, 47 E. 1st So. m!12
PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING.
WE WILL FURNISH IT ALL. THE
labor and material for the decorating of
your borne. Paint, painters and wall
paper. "Always the best." W. A. Du
vqII. 124 W. 2nd So 'Phono 1145-K. t293
BICYCLES AND REPAIRING.
THE LEADING WHEELS ARE IVER
Johnson. Racyclo and National. Lcaguo I
Cycle Core, 325 So. W. Temple. tU06
NOTHING BUT FIERCE BICYCL-iS.
F. J. Carter, SO W. 3rd So., cor. W. Temple.
ROOFING REPAIRS. REASONABLE.
S. L. Gravel Rooting Co.. 449 W. 1st No.
GEORGE HATTON. STOCK BROKER,
No. 43 East 2nd So. Commission charged,
V. of 1 per cent. You pay no fee If you
buy from or sell to me. Sell ou margin.
ELOCUTION, PHYSICAL CULTURE
PIERPONT SCHOOL. COMMERCIAL
club bldg. Miss Pierce and Mlaa Davis.
BAKER SCHOOL OF ORATORY.
Tcmplcton bldg. Telephone 1337-Y, t423
THOMSON. In this city, March 21, 1204,
Margaret Alice, daughter of Robert S.
and Clirlstena Tnomson, a native of Salt
Lake City, aged 30 years.
Notice of Funeral later.
RYAN. At Corlnno. Utah. March 21, 1904.
of pneumonia, James Allen, only son ot
James and Lillian Rynn, and grandson
of Dr. and Mrs. Roche, aged 2 years and
KNOWLES. In (his cltv March 25th. at
8:30 p. ai., Gracs Lllllun Knowlcs. Infant
daughter of Harry A. and Grace Chad
wlck Knowlc3, aged 4 months.
MILLER Tho funeral of Allen Miller,
who died March 21, 1901, will be held
from S. D. Evans's undertaking parlors,
213 South State street, this morning at
10:30 o'clock. Friends Invited. Interment
EBER W. HALL. UNDERTAKER
and Ernbalmer. opposite P. O., 'Phone 1019.
MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES.
R. M'KENZIE. REMOVED TO 422 S.
State. Largo stock to solcct from. r350
FLORISTS AND SEEDSMEN.
ALFALFA. CLOVER. GRASS. GAR
dqn. flower seeds, fertilizers; catalogue
free. Vocclor Seed Co. t202
SCHWARZ & HEINCICE, FLORISTS,
ucedmen. 01 E. 2nd So. Tel. 005. r50l
FLORAL DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Richard E. Evans. 3G Main st. Tel. 961.
SALT LAKE-HUDDERT FLORIST
Co. Largest greenhouses In the West. gl73
FOR RENT FURNISHED.
TWO NICE ROOMS FOR HOUSE
kocplhg. ground floor. 50 W. 5th So. 12100
FINE FURNISHED ROOMS. HOUSE
keeplng, ground floor; bath. 215 W. 6th So.
2 ROOMS FURNISHED FOR HOUSE
kceplng. $S per mo. 43S W. 2nd So. t2I01
CLEAN, WELL-FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping. 372V So. Main.
MODERN S-ROOM HOUSE. FURN., 651
So. Gth East. Apply A. E. Clark, Knuts
ford hotel. t20E6
NICE ROOMS. $1.00 PER WEEK AND
upwards. Rear 114 E. 2nd So. t20W
A FIRST-CLASS FURNISHED MOD
om house, 9 rooms, bath, etc, for rent at
121 North Stato. References required.
NICE ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSE
kccplng and sleeping room. 205 Whittlng
ham block. t20l3
NEWLY PAINTED AND PAPERED
modern room3. board If desired: rates
reasonable, at the Porches, 437 E. 3rd So.
GO TO THE IOWA FOR NEW. CLEAN
modern rooms. 240 W. 1st South.
LARGE FRONT ROOM AND 2 SMALL
ones for housekeeping. 576 S Main. 11907
4 NICE ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEP
lng. EIoc. light. 027 S. W. Temple. tl909
2 NICELY FURN. ROOMS FOR
housekeeping, e. 1. and water. SS E. 5th
ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEP
Ing. 250 So. W Tcmplo. 11345
FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING, 3
rooms, $13.50; also single room3. CS S. 1st
NICELY FURN ROOM FOR ONE OR
two gentlemen; electric light and tele
phone. 04 W. 4 th South. tM7
ONE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
with or without housekeeping. 129 E 1st
S-ROOM MODERN BRICK; HOT-WA-ter
heat; nicely furnished, east side. Jas
K. Shaw, under Walker's bank. rlS45
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. S31 CAN
non st., near 2nd So. and 7th West s590
1 OR 2 NICE ROOMS, WITH OR
without housekeeping. 217 W. 4th So.
TWO ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING.
$3; rear 29 South Fourth East.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSE
kecplng; No. 1 Kendall Terrace. s20CG
MONEY TO LOAN.
IF YOU WANT MONEY QUICKLY
and free from red tape, the right thing Is
to go to a homo concern that loans Its
own money. Partial pavments allowed any
time The Homo Trust & Savings Co..
G-8-10 W. First So. sL t2099
EASTERN MONEY AT LOW RATES
of Interest on city property.
Wicks, No. 69 State st. t2032
ON MORTGAGE. NO COMMISSION
Pomeroy, 36 W. 1st North. 'Phono 2331-Y
CITY AND FARM PROPERTY: LOW
est rates. J. L Perkes, Room 6. Masonic
block. West Temple. t220
F. G. WOOD. $10 TO $50). FURNITURE,
'horses, etc.; easy terms. 119 Main. R. 310.
DON'T BORROW TROUBLE: BOR
row money. Salaried men or women ac
commodated on their note, without mort
gage or endorser. Ea3y paymonts. Con
fidential. Cherry. 407 D. F. Walker bldg
Any nmount to loan on furniture, p!ano
warehouse receipts; personals or any good
pecurlty. Sec us If you want money. Opr
rates lowest In city Easy terms; plentv
of time. 129 Keith-O'Brien bldg r216"j
$10 TO $25,003 ON CHATTELS OR REL
state: private Equitable Loan and In
vest. Co.. 634 W. 2nd So. p7j
ON ANY PROPERTY. YOU RETAIN
possession, " he Stringer Co.. 70 W. 2nd S.
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS. EL
mcr E. Darling & Co.. 0 W. 2nd So.
$1000 TO $50,000. ONE TO FIVE YEARS
form or city property. James K. Shawi
under Walker Bros bank. psj
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS.
Miller & Velle. 03 McComlck bldg.
ON FURNITURE. PIANOS OR GOOD
eec'irltv. without removal; private. '2. p.
Stolzonbcrccr. 15 W 2nd So., room 23.
n. L. TRACY. U E. 1ST SO.. LENDS
mon:y; no commission, expense or de'iy.
"WEJ LEND MONEY TO BUILD
bouses. It is not necessary1 to have the
housa built first. Wo will advance the
money us the house progresses. Lowest
iMtcs. Part payment any time, and Inter
net reduced accordingly. McOurrln & Co.,
114 Main street. mlSSI
PATENTS FREE. CONSULTATION
Office, 35 Eagle blk., 2nd floor. dl040
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car Groshell. sales fn'' r',3 Second- N WM
Expert cash rcglstci "pairing. mmm
hand registers always In bioik. jmm
liw" OR 2ND-HAND. CASH TRADE H
or terms. Sorrcn3on-StouttCo4E. iQ- wmm
FEATHER RENOVATORS. H
SOMETHING NEW. i 1
A now sanitary process. 1 E. ora bo. mmt
Work guaranteed Call and seo It. mi. mm
CLAIRVOYANTS. Xf 'VM
WITHOUT QUESTIONS WB TEIA ( !l
your name and anything you wish to LfH
know, free If not correct. tlmW
free. Arnold-DIckson'fl. lo9 So. 'n, I
SPECIAL SPIRITUALISTIC MATBRI- jlH
nllzlng meeting Sunday night. Arnold- f-mm
Dlckaon Bros. Spirit forma appear un- jH
veiled. Come and talk with your spirit I'JI
friends. Everyone welcomo. lo9 b. "mM
Main st. 2
SUPERFLUOUS HAlR. MOLES. ETC.. 9M
removed by X-rays or electric needle. Lula. immw
Brooks, M. P.. Constitution block. U93 mm
COLUMBIAN OPTICAL CO., 200 MAR ' M
Wholesale and retail manuf. opticians. mmt
H, B. DAVIS. PLUMBING. HEATING. VM
sewer work. Tel. 1371-Y. 12S E. 2ndSo MU
Remaining uncalled for at tho postofflcc, ,j
Salt Lake City. March 23, 1904. To ob- MM
tain these letters the applicant must call IH
for "Advertised Letters" and must give mmt
the date of the HsL If not called for with-
In two weeks they will bo sent to tio MM
Dead Loiter office.
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Bach Fred Murray HE mWW
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LOOKING FOR OFFICES. '
Needed by Professional and Busing "
It is comparatively easy to secure a HI
business oflice. but a neat and thor K
oughly modern omce In the vicinity o H
bHF I II
McGurrin g Co) . Inves(mPnOn0.d hy ' BS
who have had the S?iJnnt kerB., Mm-
and equipped with evil, " dcWratedTr li 15
Includtng nvc-sSrrva5ltTOforVIence' It3
of patrons. The finishing 0li the use BBfUt
now been made by Sj ffwt!ll?h have , ! Mrf)
business men wishing om2r,kmen and H