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- S.axT Lake TiUBuyE: Stotpay Mobkotg-, May 8, 1904. 19 if
r yoS SALE-
llTBA? nacrTof land, highly lm
fcST10!11 and berries, south
ps "nor rj Mb
I' - TTri PRESSED brick
I' tv 2nd South St.
t 'lots for aalo In n.11 parts
K-ta K?iW,tPo can mako prlcea and
I'S tM Ju. It will pay you to call
IftK maldnff an lnvcatn,$c
ikoSTMroSBN TRESSED BRICK
llp.wb.th. to.let. elec lights, cel
ffS'fOodloU jm Term
r fl brick cottage, northoaot, lot 2x8
Pjd rilht of war. $1700. Terms,
p-eottwe. on c 1116 neateBt plac3
,' cotufe, northeast, faces south.
J brick cottage, eleo. llghto, south
; jjdjg- lots, west aide. $250, or trade
frfO rd. of land clou to business con
jp. S;!wH terrace and court property,
jjjjifcooja and barn now on lot. $5000.
i SOUS TRUST & SAVINGS CO.,
. 6-S-10 W. 1st So. St w758
! TlOTS m BLOCKS FROM CAR LINE,
'fljfcr both- -Biff onaP- Jobn Wolr. 36 W.
?ifcxWX)MlNG-HOUSE ON EAST 1ST SO.,
fclwi la. W roomr, nicely furnished, rent
IvKfl Sp'er.dld opportunity. Prlco $1S50.
RODS on beat part of THIRD ST.,
'ujjetr lot, beautiful brick homo, 7 rooms,
-jjp.'rn room to build two more, houses,
TTZ3Y CHEAP LOTS In southeast
JT HOUSTON REAL ESTATE INT. CO.
B Loans, Fir6 Ins.
iSjjSC-Wwt frontage on 7th East, between
7th tnd Sth So., Rood car service
j!W-155 feet to alley, cor. facing so.
fi ltd east on 10th East, juct bolow
ImV tfth Bo.', very choice, very cheap.
3-3r7 rod's, cor. facing: south and
east, cloe In on 2nd Wcr.t Will
tike some less for cash.
taj-M feet facing west on 9th East, bo
' tKn 10th and 11th So., high and
jeWiM rods, facing: west on 7th "West,
; zm So. Tomple; terms. Closo to
l depots and shops.
.'Hstitca Real Estate Inv. Co., 251 Main,
NO COaiMISSION TO PAT.
I buB, $ foomB, East 7th So.
- lfcocse, 7 rooms, East 7th So.
;vlfc3cia, 6 rooms, South Sth West.
; lbat,S rooms, modern. 11th East
! 1 comer lot 4x10 R old house and barn.
I'.lbtdoM In, Sth South, near W. T.. lOx
I let close In, 7th South near W. T..
Uktccr Cth street and K. 6x5 R.
!P?cspctJvo business lot,. 60x105 feet W.
,H South near West Tcmplo at.; salo or
Jfcti Ird East, 1250 por lot
fJ.BiDnffarten, 122 Main st ulE6C
ULVE EIGHT-ROOM, TWO-STORY
irfrreKcd brick; choice corner lot; ce-
ttftt iMewalllR, nne shade, two car lines;
ifcavcYou big money; telephone owner,
'JWTLD BROS., NO. 140 MAIN ST.
mvellni; Thousands Turn Their
pwhls Toward This Town. Tuttle Tcn
Thm Jlracly Trading Tins. To teach
Ki.L lrader to trade, 'tis Tuttle's
Mradlnc-Thereforc talco the trolley
21 tn' treasun touched tenderly,
er troubles trounced. Tough times tarrj
RrF?,W1JLB traJers, Tumblo to tall Tut
Wft talk, pothers talk through tholr tiles.
S Wocka n. c. of Tomplo, $-100.
I W rods, 6 bloclts n. o. of Temple, WOO.
i M rods 6 blocks u. e. of Temple. $530.
103 rods and 5 houses rented for 53G0
iear, quick sale for $2000.
ift. a So. 12th East st., flno locality,
wm' p b- cottaec shado and
S Sy7, eF- sower connected, must be
!& Iir 0)101111 .at J3i0- Terms.
-.ttPlarlnE: houso and handsomo
wT"- laTJ. shade, cement walk,
Ri n h et(? styllaU place for only
K.1 on 2nd st
glcp lots on 3rd st. with eowcr, ?750
.Wdt, new and nice, only 14 blks.
ind C. blder, 51S0O; easy terms If
g ' M. front on Cth st..
ftS. re3!dcnM- mod ,n every rc
wjwj, has lawn and handcomn tmo,
SiI t0 tel1 you a11 e htlve
ai W&hc? norao wlth 7 rooms.
Slit plano and n 'or ?3300:
KS. , owner away and simply
fc? T5,3CJnon actively engaged
(SniS tS; Wo hve randc thousands
Cal5o0nUrU3:Uent3' Why Ca"'t W0
W'Tutl Tut! Tutllo the tip-top
ijjfjg BROS.. PROGRESS-1TER-
afcjBjJf' 0ne-nilf block from county
Sww.cornor' Eth & H face
thli mak0 rce building
W. 2nd So. mnta
S?by n?S;5r,lt?n bld9 wUl bo ro
iWurthi?" at ?. Commercial
isisStotr mation see s-
ffSFPNO 25 YEARS I
r ve tlm Jr.b8tract'rP a life's
8?fcSead of tb .comlnP t0 our rec
S.lt4count -ffll"! Jt,nolne t the
t5Tona&t00m 3. W So.' Main.
VotfU buvl,n, C action, ooo
and Vii;romflhome. steam heat. 2
Pwr&c?n.0 .,ot JWxlK feet
Es m "hort time.
'Krt S locate ncc' r,good elEed bT
KS.S' t rt3?d Z Eu3t , l3t South
Lrtc. re-ii;ime.nce Portion of cltv
PlsiJ Lilj: WV Temple. kg!5
wms. 15 W 8o ml37
19 West IsTsouthSt '
, . , Tel. Gil. y
a,1d R LCnC3x r2ds on th0 crnr 1st
fiLm. J&T w,th, S-room mod. 2-tory
?f.-di?b0 llned' rnaco heat, bath
wni ?. c,hcapcs,t Property on the market
Sars! U t0V 533501 51330 cas,, balance 3
,n' 7,,6th.,8t-' "'-room mod. brick cot
r' aM!o ,aS1 "oorcd. room for 2 more
0n,i'lw lot 214x10 rods; J2EO0: 5S cash
lntJrcft PCr R1nV1' IncludI"C 0 Per cent
What do you think when you can buy
rihonk1111 n ndcr luccrne. on lBth South,
ff, m,,3 over the Jordan river. 14
on5i Mi ofKAat'r rlKht, for 57W, i2C0 ckah
aru lbmbalanc on time? Throe years
crops will pay for tho place.
Near 7th South and 3rd East, an Al 4
room brick cottise, largo rooms, bealdea
J'tu11"101" kIthcn, tho lot 3x10 rods,
and tho price ?1800; S50 cash and $10 per
month Hnd tho Interest.
Near tho D. & R. Q. shops. 3 now. mod-
C.vttaie. can scl1 at the Eht prlco
and tho' rlsht terms.
.Jr?rm .brlck. mod., on 6th North, near
2nd West, rcntlnff now for $25 per month.
Can be bought for S2400.
Property In all parts of the city. Don't
fall to see mo.
19 West lst Sooth.
T7752 . Tel. (AL
LITTLE & LITTLE.
HeadquortorB for real estate.
Splendid farm of S5 acres, 35 acres under
c'lltlvatlon (estimated crop this year
51000), primary wator alone worth more
than prico nskod, 200 fruit trees, farming
Implements, horaee, cows, pigs, eta, near
mouth of Big- Cottonwood; J2500; or wiJI
trado for houso and lot In town.
CS acres on Redwood road, $300 In wator
ctock; 51W0; or will trade for city prop
erty. 6-room houso and 34xl0, so. front., 6th
So., near 4th E. J2100.
6-room, 2-story mod. br., lot 2&-T10, on Q,
near 2nd, $4000.
D-room mod, pressed br., oak woodwork
downstairs in 3 rooms, fine location, 7 blks.
ea3t of our office; $5500; a snap.
6-room pressed br., nearly new, por.
bath, toilet, c. L, flno basement, now car
pels and linoleum, Gth st, price J2S00; $1400
cash, bal. $25 per mo., no Interest Tho
house will rnnt for S97.!a. This k thr Mo-.
gest snap In town. .
Cor. 10x10 and 6-room br., also old adobo
houso, 7th W.. 2nd N.. $2500; terms.
3 acres on 17th So., 3-room old houso, 220
fruit troca, also grapes, currants, goose
berries, artesian well, line spring; 51100.
Lot IfccS rods, near 7th So. and Sth E.,
An elegant homo of 9 rooms, pressed br ,
flno plumbing, furnace, front and back
stairway, all hardwood downstairs, fine
lot, boat location, C blkH. east; $9000; terms.
40x120 and r. of w., with 6-room old
houso, on lst st, ao. front, near P; $1700.
6- room br., lot cor. 4x10, shado, lawn,
etc, 7th So., near 2nd W.. S2000.
7- room and summer kitchen pressed br.,
modem, 3'xO, 4 blks. so. of Dooly blk.,
7-room pressed br. modern, flno houso,
5 blks. so. on Main; reduced to $3400.
2h&iV& flno cor. on 3rd st, faces a. and c,
$1250; one of best corners on 3rd st
Cor. 2nd So. and 10th E., 2x5, $1600.
3xS lino cor. on D, $1600.
Elegant 5-room mod. pressed br., lot 3x9
to alley, lawn, cement walks, shrubbery',
lino barn, etc., s. e., $2500.
Elegant 7-room frame, adobo lined, and
reception hall, 10x14, por. bath, toilet, e.
1., furnace, etc., the best section 2nd st.;
44x103, old houso, 3rd So., bet 5th and 6th
E.. so. front. $2100.
We have somo good buys In prospective
Littlo &. Llttlo. No. 4 W. 2nd So. w750
HUBBARD INVESTMENT CO.
Are selling OAKLEY.
If you sco OAKLEY you will buy.
.Hubbard Investment Co., 7S W. 2nd
EQUAL THEM IP YOU CAN.
$3500 Elegant 6-rm. buff brick cottage, 2
flno mantels, hardwood finish,
6trlctly modern, on 6th East; cheap
$3100 Fine pr. brick cottage of C rooms,
strictly mod., elcc. It. llxtures, on
E. 2nd So. See It quick for a snap.
$2500 Flno E-room pressed brick cot. on
2nd East; owner Joft city, houso
vacant; will make easy terms.
The above houses are genuine snaps. Wo
A. M'KELLAR & CO , G34 W. 2nd So. w7G4
WE ARE IN THE BUSINESS.
Havo you seen that new 4-r. house wo
have on 10th South, that wo aro golnjr to
sell for $10 a month and a small payment?
Or the 5-rm. mod brick, on 5th So., for
Or that pretty llttlo orchard and 4-rm.
houso for $300?
Have wo told you about that beautiful
homo, 1 lots, fruit, lnwn, Bhadc, garden,
flowing well, and a C-rm. houso, for only
$23007 Tcrms7 Of course.,
Now let us tell you about some ranches,
5 acres on car line, $200 acre; 10 acres,
I5C0; 17 acres, $1000; 40 acres, improved, fine
place. S4000; 10-acre chicken rnnch, 4-rm.
house, barn, cepps. 200 trees, flowing- well,
an Ideal place. 51000 takes it. easy terms.
We have only given a few samples of
4, 131 Main, over the Bon Ton theater, and
let us nhow you how cheap you can buy
a homo. ,
Tho Q. C. Rlchter Co. Be sura of that
address. 'Phono 1347-K. w7fl3
Sco GODDABD, under Walker'n Bank.
MOVING BY EXPERT FURNI
turo handlers. Largo 2-horse vans.
All work guaranteed. Redman Van
1 & Storage Co, 'Phone 165. USS3
HIGH-CLASS. NEW. MODERN SIX-'
room cottago, sower connectlpna, on east
aldo. Ownor In Grand Encampment who
rmiPt hav money, orders ua to Bell thlB at
our own r-'o. Tho Home Trust & Sav
ings Co.. 6 W. Flrat South street. u411
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE INVEST
mcnt Co. Real estato and loan brokers,
251 Main street
RANCHES, FARMS?1 ACREAGE; BIO
list of our roal estate paper freo at office.
Harrington & Courtney, 15 W. 2nd Bo.
cut Tins OUT.
B-nn. pressed brick, pore, bath, E. L.,
mantel, cement walks, Mnin Ht. 4 blka.
from P. O. Easy terma, 6 por cent int
New 4-roo.n p brick, pore, bath, E. L.,
65 ft lot, beautiful view, north bench.
Mod. 4-rm. p. brlok, por bath, nice lot,
lut West, close.
New mod. p. brick, por, bath, E. L.,
East find So. st.. 40 ft. lot. Easy terms.
$1750 Suburban Homo.
i1: acres near Caldcr's, line land and sur
roundings, small well built house, otc,
Vi acres S. E. near car line, And ground.
. $2000 Home Main St
67x135 ft lot (cor.), 6-rm. brick. $200
cash, bal. monthly.
Goddard-Bowman Co., under Walker's
6-ROOM MOD. FRAME.
6-room mod. framo, adobo lined, hot and
cold bath, sink, cellar. 2S bearing fruit
trees, lot 46x157. with alley, block from
car lino. $1300. Owner homo today. 1349
South 10th East -W&47
ABSTRACTERS OP TITLES.
THE SECURITY ABSTRACT CO. -Salt
Lake and Tooele county abstracts.
Atlas blk., M W. 2nd So. Tel. 230. U1927
lOB SAUfi-REAL ESTATE.
RELIEVE YOUR FINANCIAL STRESS
BY IMPROVING YOUR
To lighten your fixed chargoo and keep
your Income in lino with your expendi
tures, is your first duty.
It you aro open to reason you will
ngreo that vacant land is a constant ex
pense, on account of taxes, special as
Besarnonta and tho Interest which accu
mulates on tho Investment
Actually the cost of land doubles com
pound every six years, if you flguro 7 por
cent Interest on the purchase price and
add tho taxes. For instance, land which
cost you $100 a rod 3lx years ago, must be
sold for 5200 a rod to got out cvon.
Thoro Is only ono oafe and foaslble way
to carry property, and that Is to Im
provo It with suitable buildings and use
tho lncomo to keep your skirts clear of
"The Rcavis System" of Homo Building-
provides the only safo plan whereby
owners of vacant land can improve it
with buildings without paying any caah
A special feature Is the partial pay
ments agreement whereby any part or
all of tho loan can,be paid at any time,
thus reducing tho interest to about 4
"Tho Rcavls System" arranges tho
monthly payments ao that incomo from
tho improvements pays both interest and
Another feature, granted at your op
tion, provides that if tho borrower dies,
tho loan is fully satisfied ht death a
splendid protection for a man's widow.
Don't read this announcement and then
for-fjet tho object it Reaches tho economic
necessity of improving your vacant land
but mako up your mind to act at onco
and Investigate tho practical and benefi
cent plan of "Tho Roavla Systom." Of
fices located on tho Ground Floor. Secur
ity Trust Bulldlnp, 32-34 Main St. "The
Z. C. M I. la Opposite,"
CORNER BRIGHAM AND 9TH EAST.
2 nlco lots Just north of 167 South 10th
East 2x10 facing west on 10th
East near 6th South. $C00, 43x132, with
alley, facing- west on 11th Eaat near 6th
South. fSOO. 6 acres, all improved. $1300.
Nlco acreao on Stato road. Como for
particulai-3 corner 65 East 3rd South. w7S9
2x10 AND RIGHT OF WAY EXTRA,
within 216 blocks of new postofflco, cast
lot alono Is worth tho price,
10x20 on cast bench for $2000. You can
cut It up Into 13 lots and clear a nice
profit on It.
I havo a largo pleco of proporty on tho
east bench which can be had at a bnrgaln
and 1C cut up and put on tho market will
net a nlco profit
A modern 7-room brick at a bargain, lo
cated in northeast part of city, bath, toi
let, electric lights, 45x125 ft. lot south
front, fine lawn and everything In good
condition, for J2C50. Owner paid consider
ably more, but Is leaving city and will
A G-room cottage, closo In on 2nd st
II taken this week goes at $1600; otherwlso
will lease and hold.
3x10 on 12th East near 2nd South for $00,
an elegant view lot.
2Mxl0 on 13thEast near 3rd So., faces
2&xl0 on University st. for $500.
50xlS0 ft lot on North State st, flno view.
$1750. I havo several other good buys on
75x135 ft. corner 11th So. near Gth East,
city water. $350. Very cheap.
I havo some flno lots in Perkins' addi
tion for $150 and $175 each, cltv water and
Full block on north bench for $750. A
great buy for speculation.
Cut this out It appears but once,
O. F. Peterson, 63 W. 2nd S. w793
LOTS. 2Vt. 3. 4 AND 5 RODS EACH ON
East First So.. 2nd So.. 3rd So. or Brig
ham. Realty Co.. CC W. 2nd So., Phono
HARRINGTON & COURTNEY.
5 aoros beautiful land facing on lst. city
water, all In lucern, delightful location.
Fine 6-room pressed brick modern cot
tago, lot 2&x8 rods, very desirable. J2SO0.
Now 4-room frame cottage, electric
lights, city water. $1300. East side.
Modern 7-room brick, furnace, bath,
electric lights, south front, fine shade,
lawn. 3x10 lot. This Is something nice.
Wow 3-room pressed brick, city watT.
wjred electric Rights, pantry and closet
Harrington & Courtnoy. publishers of
the Negltlator, freo at our ofllce 15 w
nd South. w787
S-ROOM MODERN PRESSED BR-Tlv,
xlO rods. 143 10th East.
WESTERRIELD. 6S-C3 COM'L
blk. Houses, lots and business property.
OUR BUSINESS IS REAL ESTATE
and loan3. C. W. Miller & Co., 112 W. 2nd
feout" : r24G6
Wost side Liberty park, 4th to Cth East
Just platted. Selling rapidly. Anv rea
sonable terms. Call earlv.
Hubbard Investment Co., 78 W. 2nd
HEADQUARTERS FOR BIG SNAPS,
fth East. 50x150 lot $505.
3rd st. cor. of 40 feet $1150.
87 feet near 2nd st, only JPG0.
Near 2nd East 3xS rods. $110.
6-r- pressed brick, 4th East. $2300.
Largo lot and S-r. br. Sth East $3100.
Largo 8-r. brick, mod., on Sth East,
house cost $3000 to build. Only $2400.
46 lots on 3rd West and 6-r, .frame, n
great Investment Only $3600.
Realty Co., 66 W. 2nd So., Tel. 700. wliS
homer & Robertson" invest-
Four acres, only one block from rail
road shops. $2000.
Double torraco," southeastern part of
town, flvo rooma each, modern, ronts for
$40 por month. Only $3500.
A flno 10x10 unimproved 10th and J
Wo havo 4x10 on 5th East street for
A money-making proposition. Four
apartment tcrruco, 6 rooms each, ovory
thlng modern, rents for $72 per month.
$6500, Homer & Robertson, Investment
agents, Phone 142, Main and First South
(under Deseret bank). wS57
WEIR, 36 W. 2ND SOUTH, ATLAS
$2700 New 7-room brick, bath, E. 3rd
$1S00 5-room brick, 2 lots, Waterloo.
$3500 Nov 0-room brick, 4th E.
$3600 Modern 8-room framo, cor. lot, 2nd
$1C0 i-room brick, cor. lot st
$2160 6-room, two-story frame, 10th B.,
nnar 2nd South.
$1000 1-room brick, near R. G. W. shops
$ 450-65x166 ft., near Liberty park.
$ 30034x105 ft, Oth So,, near Liberty park.
$10001x6 rods, cor, B at
$1000-35x120 ft and right of way. Oth E.,
near 1st So.
$1000-33x165 ft, 2nd W., noar 4th S.; sower.
$ 6502x7 rods, Sth S., near 7th East.
$3000-110 ft frontage, Capitol hill, near
$100040x165 ft, near Main and 2nd Northr
moro ground at samo rate
$ 750-66x112 ft, Capitol hill, bet Main and
State, near 1st North,
Weir, 6 W. 2nd South, Atlas Block.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
AT A SACRIFICE, MODERN C-ROOM
prick cottage on street car, part cash,
balance monthly payments. Owner Inav
lng city. Address 019 E. Gth So. wS04
DO YOU WANT A BARGAIN? WE
have a beautiful suburban home, -7-room
modern b., good barn and chicken house,
elegant flowing well, hot nnd cold water
in house, ahundanco of nil V.lnds of fruit,
IVs acres of land with 4Vb acres adj. that
can be bought at a bargain, and thl3 beau
tiful homo can bo bought for what tho
hou6c alono would cost to build.
A nice 5-r. houeo, lot COxllO. Iron fenco In
front, near 9h W. and 3rd So. $1200.
8-r. mod. on east side, 2X10 rds. $2850.
,9-room modern 1. p. b., southeast 60x140
it $ov.0. Elegant homo on easy terms,
4rr. p, b. cottage, xamn location. $1650.
i-r. mod, p. b., rcw, 3xS rds., $3650.
Vacant lotH In all parts of city on good
rm2 Re:?0 Realty Co., Phono 1635-IC, S
u cat 2nd So., rooms 16 nnd 17. wSll
HOMER & ROBERTSON, INVEST
mcnt ngonts. Do you want an Invest
ment; hero Is one of ccvoral we would
like to show you, a property lylnp be
tween tho proposed new depot and busi
ness center of tho city. With this prop
erty wo give you an absolute gunruritcc
covering- a period of flvo years of a not
return of 6 per cent per annun on your
Investment of $6500. From all points of
view thero Is nothing on tho markot that
can beat this. Homer & Robertson. In
vestment agents, Main and First South
(undor Dcacret bank). - V.-S5if
OR TRADE FOR CITY PROPERTY,
an Improved farm, ten miles north of tho
city, 35 acrc3 In lucorn, 35") cholco bearing
rrult trees, 6-room houso. large barn, CO
acres hill pasture, reasonable, terms. Ad
dress P. O. Box 62. city, for further par
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mlsslonu; Investment guaranteed and ab
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Detroit, Mich. W3
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Colo. Springs, Colo, -v677
DOLLARS IN COTTON
Is the name of a booklet explaining our
method of cotton Investment. No risks
to funds employed. Substantial dividends
twice a month. Funda always avallablo
and can bo withdrawn on demand. Rofor
ences. both commercial and personal. Old
established house. Complete particulars
THE BALDWIN COTTON CO.,
253 La Sallo st. Chicago, 111. w691
HAVE YOUR FURNITURE RE
palrod by expert rcflnlshcrs and repairers,
wo only hlro tho best and guarantee
ovory pleco of work. Inquire at Co-op
2nd-lfand Storo, 'phono 1794-X, or Bond
postnl. 224-220 Stato st. wS10
ON MONDAY. MAY 9, AT Vo;30 A M.
sharp at No. 71 North Stato st. Tho
largest and finest lot of household pooda'
sold this year. Cost over $3000. Solid mu
hogany parlor rockors, oak and uphols
tered rockers, onyx and other tablou, book
cases and writing desks, clocks, olegant
lace curtains, uomo cost $50 pr paintings,
etchings, and steels, over 4(0 yards flno
carpets, somo Jho beat money can buy;
ojegant dining act, cost $200: hall trco and
seat, cost $10; electric fan and globcii,
Havlland china, glass and silverware, re
frlgorator, bIx bedrooms elegantly fur
nished, nair mattresses, pillows and Unon,
pier mirrors, linoleum, lot rugs, screens,
ofllco desk, Miller steel rango, two gas
ranges and a thousand and ono articles not
ALSO ON THURSDAY. MAY 12," AT
10:30 a. m No. 270 S. Seventh West et,
parlor rockers, upright folding bed, mir
ror front, carpots. luoa curtains, extension
and center tables, braBs trimmed beds,
glass door cupboard, dishes and glassware,
ranr'e and heating stovea, linoleum, lot
pictures, lot carpets, tools and chest, re
frigerator, garden toola and hose, etc., otc.
K. A. ANDREWS, Auctioneer.
NEW FURNITURE EXCHANGED
for second-hand goods. E. W. Washburn
Furn. Co., 35 W. 1st So. st. TeL 2021-Y.
OUR HOUSE CLEANING SALE.
Regular 70c linoleum 60o a square yard.
We have about 1000 yards of velvet, mo
quctte. Axmlnotcrs. body Brussels, rem
nants and borders, which wo will closo
out at 75o a yard; sold regularly from $1.25
to $2.00.. Also 25 almost new carpets and
rugs. Iron bedu from $2.7G up. Every
thing clao for complete houcekceplner In
proportion. Nebraska Furn". Co,, C2 E.
2nd So- U2314
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. 1
TWO S-'sPRING WAGONS, TEAM
and harness. Amos, 7th North and 12th
A WELL-BUILT PRESSED BRICK
houso of fie von rooms, with Mapoe fur
nace and all modern conveniences; lawn,
shado and fruit trees and barn; price $5000;.
time given on $2500. 124 T Btrcot R. N.
Piper, Tel. 159 j-Y.
HALF INTEREST IN WELL-ESTAB-Hshcd
office business, $2i0. Ad. L 52, Trlb
GOOD PAYING GROCERY STORE,
good location, eaatom part of city. In
quire or address G. C, 325 Dooly block
FURNITURE OF FIVE ROOmF,
nearly now. neatly furnished; cash or
term?. 715 South West Tomplo. w8
LADIES TAILORING AND DRESS
makinff parlors at 64 WcBt 3rd So. for
sale on account of sickness. w34
CUTE PEDIGREED MALE FOX TER
rlcr puppy, a beauty. 167 South Second
CHOICE COLLIE PUPPIES. PEDI
BTeed prir.o parents. 137 So. 2nd West.
SEVERAL GOOD ROOMING HOUSES
very cheap, Call morning, over LoyBon'H,
at photo gallery. , wSS6
HANDSOME OAK HALL TREE, BED
room set cost $1K5, ono cheaper, Bookwllh
R. O. heater, open grate heaters, parlor
6ct. leather chair, folding: bed, dlnlnp tal-le,
folding lounge, pictures, washstsnd pets,
etc.; 640 E lst So. w735
ONE FRESH JERSEY COW. INQUIRE
at 954 W. N. Temple. w720
$20 STOVE FOR $10; GOOD AS NEW;
rear of 234 7th East. , w725
FURNITURE OF COTTAGE, 4 ROOMS
and s. k. Rent $15. Address L 60, Tri
PONY. SADDLE. BRIDLE. KIND,
gcntlo, handsomo, 241 E. 5th So. w713
PRIVATE SALE OF FURNITURE. 4
rooms, $50 sideboard, $60 leather couch,
otc. all good as new and go at half
prico. Rear 172 Social Hall ave., new tor
ONE LARGE BRUNSWICK-BALKE
Ice box for saloon or storo purposes. In
quire at Zanjj saloon. w703
BOSTON TERRIER PUPPIES, EL
lglble to reglfitrHtlon; combine blood of
Champion Cracksman and Monte. 103 8
street. ( w702
2-CHAIR BARBER SHOP. SNAP FOR
right man; particulars, address Box 106.
Rock Springs, Wyo. w741
FRESH JERSEY COW AND CALF;
rear blacksmith shop, Fort Douglas. w756
WE ARE IN THE BUSINESS.
A nice llttlo cigar store, only $100.
Another one, a money-maker, $1100.
A flno rcstuurunt cheap.
One of the best gr.Ocery stores, only $1200,
A flno confectionery, only $900.
Grocery and meat market, $1C0 a day
Rooming houses Wo have a 7-room
placo for $450, rant only $20, close in; an
other. 7 mis., only $SG0; ono 12 rms., $S0O;
this Is a good ono, fine location; a 14-rm.
place; wo must eel! thl3; owner flick; It
will go cheap; 2S, SO, 64 , 82-room places;
terms on all.
Special We have the finest hotel propo
sition, a well established place; will net
over $$000 a year.
Jf lt'a for sale we have it.
Tho G. C. Rlchter Co., R. 4, 131 Main,
over Bon Ton thcator. w76l
CHICKENS FOR SALE. 49 NORTH
5th West. W771
32-ROOM MODERN ROOMING
house, beat location In city. Address P.
O. box 1S9. -WT33
TWO DOLLARS PER FIFTEEN FOR
my Imported prlzc-wlnnlng barred Ply
mouth Rock egga; shipped anywhere.
Roger W. Powers, Lingcrlonger, Fort
Douglas avenue. U14S3
BROWN, BUFF AND WHITE LEG
horn and white Wyandotto eggs; 75c and
$10) per setting of 15 cstks. 1014 B. 11th
East Tel 1759-X. J. W. Tinffcy wl5
OFFICE FURNITURE, ROLL TOP
desk, leather arm chair, copying press
and bath. 622 McCornick block. wC64
ONE ELEGANT $15 CUITAR AT A
bargain. 633 E. 6th So. w66fl
SOIL, BLACK AND RICH, CHEAP.
Dickson. 1C9H: So Main street 576
NOVELTY REPAIR SHOP; CHEAP.
122 W 2nd So.; tol 2129-7..
AN OLDSMOBILE. USED VERY L1T
tlc. good ns new, $350, Inter-Mountain
Automobile Co. w445
ELEGANT UPRIGHT PIANO, BEEN
used only a short time; must be sold Im
mediately. Time payments If necessary.
A bargain. 22 E. 5th South. - W423
LIGHT TOP BUGGY. RUBBER TIRE,
or trudo for good surrey. 110 W. 2nd So.
BARRED PLYMOUTH HOCK, R. C.
Rhodo Island Reds (Cushman), White
Wyandotte (Duston) eggs. $1 per 15. Cress
Brook Ranch. 3510 S. 7lh E. w343
GOOD PAYING RESTAURANT
cheap, Income $40 a day. 161 So. 2nd East.
room 7, upstairs. wS59
SODA FOUNTAIN; GOOD AS NEW;
cost $350, for $40. Address I P, Tribune
GOOD HORSE. HARNESS AND
buggy, at a barraln. 65 No. 1st West.
OLD CREMORNE SALOON, CON
talnlng excellent liquora, cigara, fancy
bnr fixtures, mineral cabinets; reanonable
offer accepted. Inquire A. C. Murphy.
Halley, Ida. u2055
SEWING MACHINE, LIGHT DOUBLE
harnoss. Apply 744 State st U1165
A BUTCHER'S ICE BOX, 210 SOUTH
AN AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE
cheap. Address K 37, Tribune. ul57
A GOOD BUSINESS FOR SALE; BEST
paying bualneas In eastern Orogon: for
sale on aocount of falling health; for par
ticulars inquire Granstrom's Cafe and
Oyster House, Baker City, Or, uS89
FOR SALE OR TRADE. GOOD SHEEP
camp. Marnanc & Co., 115 B. 2nd South.
EGGS FROM THOROUGHBRED
light Brahmas; $1 per settlne. Theodoro
Desky, 205 Main or 621 E. 3rd South. U1646
PICTURE FRAMES AT COST.
Bring uh your pictures for framlnjr. Riv
era Bros., 14) Main street. r783
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD. IOWA
stables. 129 W. So. Temple. all03
IF YOU ABE LOOKING FOR A BUSI
noi'B proposition, such as a roomlng-houso
grocery, restaurant, olgor storo or candy
business, etc., etc., you will make a mlo
tak& if you fall to call on mo. Mr. C. D.
Helkeo, a man of exporienco and good
Judgment. Is In chargo of thla department,
ond will be pleased to talk business with
any bona fldo buyer. No chargo for infor
mation, and wo do not charge tho buyor a
commission. A. RIchtor. 19 Wcat lat So
St Tol. C41. ti24Q
BICYCLES, $5 AND UP. MEREDITH
151 l5o. W. Temple t2553
A FINE BUSINESS PLACE. HAY
ranch, cattle and range. For particulars
apply to H. McCain, Halleok. Nov. u779
FORTY-FIVE-ROOM HOTEL FOR
aalo very cheap on easy payments, best -furnlahed.
best located, and choapeat rent
in town: lonp lease. I. X. L. Furnlturo &
Carpet Installment Houbo. w212
SALT LAKE CAMP 63, W. O. W.,
will entertain at cards and dancing Tues
day evening, May 10. ISO I. All neighbors
and their friends aro cordially Invited.
, MASONS. V
lodge- No. 2 will hold Its regular monthly
mooting tomorrow (Monday) cvoning at
CHRISTOPHER tflEHL. Secy.
. ARGENTA LODGE NO 3. F.
V-ond A. M At Masonic hall first
7K Tuesday of each month. Membora
' of sister lodgos and sojourning
FRANK P. SHERWOOD, W. M.
MOSES C. PHILLIPS. Secretary.
WASATCH LODOE NO. 1. F. AND A.
M. Masonic hall, second Friday each
month. MemberB of sister lodges and sojourning-
bretbor In good standing In
vited. A. BROWN, W. M.
A. J. LOWE, Secretary.
MT. MORIAir LODGE NO. 2, F. AND
A. M. Masonic hall, second Monday each
month. Members of Bister lodges and eo
Journlnjr brethren In good standing In
vited. JAMES H. BROWN. W. M-
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL, SecreUry.
EL KALAH TEMPLE. A. A. O. N. M.
S. Third Wednesday of each month. Ma
sonic hall at 8 p. m. All nobles sojourning-
C. F. JENNINGS. Potontat.
A. BROWN. Recorder.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.'
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
DESERET CAMP 405 MEETS EVERY
Thursday night at 8 o'clock In Knlphts of
Columbus hall, Jennlnga block, 21 W. l3t
WM. F. LANGENBACKEB, Consul
T. E, NEWMAN, Clerk.
WOODBINE CIRCLE NO. 41 MEETS
every Tuesday at I. O. Ol F. hall.
SILVER MAPLE CIRCLE NO. 103
moats every lVlday night at I. O. O. F.
FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA.
EVERGREEN LODGE NO. 151 MEETS
every Monday at I. O. O. F. temple.
T. E. HARPER, F. M.
H. J. HESS, Socrctary.
OQUIRRH ENCAMPMENT NO. 1
Second and fourth Tueadayp, S p. m. L O.
O. F. temple.
UTAH LODGE NO 7. ID VERY
Thursday, 8 p. m I. O. O. F. temple,
SALT LAKE NO. 2. EVERY FRIDAY.
8 d. m.. at I. O. O. F. temple.
JORDAN LODGE NO. 3. EVERY MOF
day, 8 p. m.. I. o, O. F, hall.
RIDGLE-Y XDGE NO -9. EVERY
Thursday. 6 p. m., I. O. O. F. temple.
ENTERPRISE LODGE NO. 15. EVERY
Wednesday, 8 p. rn.p I. O, O. F. temple.
FIDELITY LODGE NO. 17, I. O. O. F..
mts every Wednesday night at 8 o'clock,
J. O. O. F. temple. Visitors welcome.
E, B. HENDERSON, N. O.
J. C. SMITH. Secretary.
REBEKAH NAOMI LODGE (D. OF
R.) No. 1, Every second and fourth Sat
unday, 8 p. m., I. O. O. F. temple.
MIRIAM LODGE CD. OF IU NO. 6.
Every first nnd third Saturday, 8 p. m., I
O. O. F temple. Rebekaha Invited.
. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
meets evory Tuesday evening, 8 o'clock,
K. of P. hall.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3.
Every Thursday evening, K. of P. hall.
KNIGHTB OF THE MACCABEEB.
Every Tnursday, I. O. O. F. hall. Vlsltlns
LADIER THE MAC CAB EES.
SALT LAKE CITY HIVE NO. 4
meot3 every nist and third Tuesday 8 p.
m , I. O. O. F. hall.
FRATERNAL ORDER CF EAGLES.
Friday. 8 p, m., A. O. U. W. hall.
SEGO LILY U" X3E NO. 252. FIRST
unrt third Tucsdj. 8 p. m.. A O. U. W.
S. L. COUNCIL. 1617. 2ND AND 4TH
Thursdays, Jennings Blk.
H. A JOPLIN, Ror.
E. L. JONES. Sec.
DANISH BROTHERHOOD OF
HAABET LOTE NO. 73. EVERY 1ST
and 3rd Thuriday. I. O. O, F. temple.
ROOFING REPAIRS, REASONABLE.
S L. Gravel Rooflni; Co., 449 W. 1st No.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
Inc, storage and com'c'l haullns. 19 W.
lat So. uW3
REDMAN VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
moving, packing and shipping. 'Phone 556.
Office- 126 and 128 S. W. Tcmpls. h!645
NEW LAWNS MADE, SEEDED OR
sodded. Cemetery lots a specialty. Prompt
attention nnd all work guaranteed. Wrlto
W. C. Wiscomb, 278 D at, or 'Phono
WALTER WILLIAMS, CONTRACTOR
for miking nnw lawns . Lawn cutting
promptly attended to. Phono 131S-Z. u2602
NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS. OS
car GronheM, sales acent, No. 221 Main at
Expert cash register repairing. Second
hand registers always in ctock. nlSSO
NEW OR 2ND-HAND. CASH, TRADE
or terras. Sorrenson-Stoutt Co., 48 E. 2d Bo.
BICYCLES AND REPAIRING.
THE LEADING WHEELS ARE IVER
Johnson. Raoycle and National- League
Cycle Store. 325 Bo. W. Temple. uiW
NOTHING BUT PIERCE BICYCLES.
F. J. Cartor. SO W. 3rd So., cor. W. Templo.
SPECIAL TRAIN TO AMERICAN
Thursday, May 12.
Leaves San. Pedro depot 7:30 p, m.
Fare $1.00 for round trip. Dancing- at
famous Apollo hall.
SECRETARY OF IDAHO'S '; flfl
WORLD'S FAIR ELECTION1 !H
Spocial to Tho Tribune. ll'j'l
NAMPA, Ida;, "May 7.-Mrs. Her- ImIiIII H
rletta O. Mansfield of this city, secre- I'llliiH
tary of the Idaho commission to the. L'j ' ( jH
Louisiana Pureha&o exposition at SL j, J ,
Louis, has gone to that city to assume H nH
her duties with the commission. She Is I ' i ,
a typical Western woman. She was! 7
born in Oregon thirty years ago, and1 ' ! .
after her graduation from the Oregoni ' I
State university in 1S97 came to thl3 I '
city and started the publication of the I r
Idaho Leader, acknowledged to be ono I H
of the brightest papers In tho State. I I U H
Mrs. Mansfield is ono of Idaho's moot ''
brilliant women. She has contributed I ,
quite extensively to a number of maga-' ' f I !
zines and is a leading club woman. ,
For Over Fifty Tears. L
An old and well-tried remedy., Mrs. ' ! 1 1
Winelow's Soothing Syrup has been, ' 1 1
used for over fifty years by millions oC I '
mothers for their children while teeth- i 1 I
ing, with perfect success. It Boothes '
pain, cures wind colic and is the beat 1 ,
remedy for diarrhoea. Sold by drug-1 1 I H
gists in every part of the world. Be ! iH
sure and ask for Mrs. Wlnslow'a Sooth- iH
Ing Syrup. J ,
WASHINGTON, May 7,-Prcsldent !'!!'
itoosovelt had an extonded conference to- , 'U
7uy TWiih AdmJral Walker, chairman of , 1
the Isthmian canal commission, concorn- , 1 H
ing matters connectod -with tho canal l I
work. They discussed particularly tho! rt i
regulations to bo issued by tho President" I
governing tho canal zone. . I i
NEW YORK. May7.-Dr. Thomas Her- i ,
ran, formerly in chargo of tho Colombian i C kH
legation at Washington, is quite ill In this I I) i
cltj- from nervous prostration. With his' i i H
family he has been hero since tho homo , f
government ordered him to withdraw. '
from Washington. ' y
CHARLESTON, wT Va.. May 7.-At the f' '
Republican primaries today Grant P. Hall, f
running for Secretary of State, created n 1 ' B
sensation By securing tho election books ' r l
in the Fourth ward. This was because t .
the election officers refused him chal- ' H
lengers. The troublo finally resulted ln ') ,' B
tho polls not being opened. ,
DENVER, May 7. The quarterly roport ! , H
of the Secretary of tho Westorn Fedora-, ' i
tlon of Miners cn contributions to tho ', '
eight-hour fund shows that $00,749 has M , 1
been added to the fund since the last re- 1 T ' I
port3 This brings tho total up to $106,023. 1 V '
JOLIET, 111., Slav 7. Mayor William C. ,
Crollus, thrco of his police officers and I , ,
ono citizen wore Indicted today for) con- . H
splracy. They aro alleged to havo inter- f H
fered with a number of Republican Itnl- . ' H
lans, who, by arrftst. tlireats and other 1 i , ')
means, were prevented from voting. i H
TOPEICA, Kan., May 7. "Thero will ba ji , IH
no further negotiations with tho striking I i ' IH
machinists on tho part of tho Santa Fe ; '"kH
road," said General Manager Mudgo this ,J i
morning. "A notlco will be postod in tha , ll
shops today to the effect that all men who i tH
do not report for work Monday need mako , M iH
no further application." "h (
WASHINGTON, May 7. President . . H
Roosovolt today appointed Col. A. I. ' 1 i
Mills, commandant of the West Point I , H
military academy, a Brigadler-Gonorai. , I
NEW YORK. May 7. Threo men wore
badly hurt today by tho explosion of a '
battcrj' on William K, Vandcrbllt's tur- H
bine yacht Tarantula, near City Island. 1 1
whero tho yacht was anchored. The men i , , H
wcro cut and burned by the fire la tha i , H
battery' and wore blown overboard by tho ' , , H
explosion. , ( , IH
SAN FRANCISCO, May 7. Tho eteamor ' j
Mongolia, which sailed today for tho 1
Orient, carried a largo amount of railroad H
material for Japan, lnoludlng a number of B
engines and freight cars. j
LIMlrV, Peru, May 7. President Cana- J
dnmo, who has tjeen ill for some tlmo at B
Arcqulpa, died today. () j 1
PASADENA, Cal.. May 7. Mrs. Mary V f H
C. Sanger, the mother of Mrs. George jl
Pullman of Chicago, Is dead at the Pasu-i H
dena residence of her daughter of heart ' 1 H
disease. Tho body will be takon to Chi- : H
cueo for Internicnt. j ) B
CHICAGO, May 7. A denial of th
charge that Americans are materialists l ,
has oecn made by Hamilton W. Mablo1 1 J
boforo tho Alnlm Dolta Phi fraternity, I V
convention at thuTUnlvcrslty of Chicago. (
LANSING, Mich.. May 7. President W. H
G. Spcerj- of Ollvot college has tendered I., H
his resignation to tho trustees. Tnq reslg- .
nation was acceptod and President Sperry '
will return to his old homo In New Eng-
land at tho end of tho collego year. i , H
ST. PETERSBURG, May ,7. Consul H
Greener, at Vladivostok, has telegraphed i ' ' , H
Embassador McCormlok that the British , ,
Htcamahlp Ettrickdalo sailed from there
today with 32C Japanese refugees from i, ,
the Island of Sukhallcn for a Jnpancso 1 H
PARIS, May 7. Tho roport published H
today In the United States of tho death 1 H
of cx-Promler Waldcck-Roussou is false, ( ,
His condition is steadily Improving. ( ' IM
PHILADELPHIA, May 7. aarko Mcr- If' Hrflffll
chant, president of the Arm of Morchant 1 '
& Co., metal workers, died today of pneu- i 1 IH
monla, aged 67 years. He was a graduate 1
of tho United States naval academy, and ) , ,
In tho Civil war roao to the rank of Lieu- I-,, J,! H
tenant-Commander. , I; . 1
Cheap Rates to St. Louis and Chicago i, fj I'lH
nnd Return , IH
VIA BURLINGTON ROUTE. '
, ( : ;rl
To St. Louis and return, $12.50. I. '
To Chtungo and eturn, $17.50. ")',
To Chicago and return via St. Louis, , i 1
$50.00. II f
To St. Louis and return via Chicago, vj ,
$50.00. ; I i H
On sale Tuesday and Friday of eacb, li i .'
Tickets good for stop-overs. J , "
Through Pullman and Tourist Sleep--
crs to St. Louis. without change. , '' i
R. F. Ncslcn, Gcn'l' Agt., 79 W.' 2nd' i. ;