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StMOiamfg.BEFmMBBBa.iaoi. , T33E SALT LAKE TBCBTJlnB. . ( page bhbthbs. kf. 'II
. to olfcr a 10-room
rj ifSfhe "vest side. terms.
east onV South.
58 clh,nB clc
1 gnrjS troom houso
3 V lS "room brick, mod-
J'. souU,eOSt- a g0tl
fefTFIN'B HOME. 7
fc. r inriro lots, flnc or
I 'Ss. call at first
I ffi;Ssouth. cast side of
1 tr7r.tru. on bast
' ?vV'anJ 13th Est Special
-nns OF FRONTAGE,
ti r,H,ftnrico of adjoining PP-
Vr :sx? rods for $700.
BP v-iruft S E. 2nd South.
t3.,7 d chco, by ownr.
SfcrKPN'p ix A bunch
(lkAP5,lmU5t sell ot once; they
ly'-.r-l- prcsirit value. ho
vYtr- nvo at once. t
'S-;' 'rrc So- 83935
fcTr7K FRESSED BRICK;
? c. owner leaving city;
rfsf', U!anc monthly See
f ..- on Cunt, for $2):
EdJ I 'f-r mtn h me
L., f y So. ,MQ36
Li " .r ; .-xvom houses on
lL' m ) J Honest
bTvTno" BEER snaps
tWs " I- r- -'0,t now.
K" V -1 rms. only ?2300.
bv ?, , h.,-.. mco.
. nouse, mou.,
yj.. ord only $2600.
pjkr-'P Irwe. Hn; lot.
rlto' . snav at 300.
fe 1 Tcrth $h'M. with 7-r.
tew. al fer iJSW.
:tV nd So. 'Phone 7.
b'i RE L ESTATE I XV. CO..
n b-ukara. 251 Main.
w.L PEAL ESTATE. THAT'S
. 10 Main: i-cd ball slgna.
ai,LFB REAT. ESTATE AND
21V Stcond South st.
Tiif ON STATE STREET,
Bn Tciephono Co. Inq. 253
1 Tub, 1S5
LS EROS. 10 MAIN ST.
i-Lsr?5 9-rcom brick houses that
0 pr mo. Near Rowland Hall;
sna ctern houses, best loca
ij diy ar.d very close, mortgaged
: Stii tor i.O0, for widow; must
HUiC ft. and R. of Vr. on Ccn
uiz M-Cun?'s Bungalow; flno;
rc2cdlDg location; old houso
ifo(ja::k sale nt lesa than $100
D-?he S-room modern residence.
inn 'Temple," ground 4x10
rtid. lawn, etc ; So frontage
$5)00). Sell for $3500.
War State and 11th So. sts. Is
Slit Is a fine large 0-room resl
raltunynn acre of land, shade,
tL ThD hoiiEO Ib an up-lo-tlato
Tmt u fine fruit, chlckon-housco
?. lei Si for easy terms.
rtaiAaA to fll; make U3 an of-
R-.Vir TV Temple wnd'Sth So.
XRtt, for ColoraIo party. $500;
B-A fit modern pressed bk. cot
lot. on 9tb E. St.. near 4th
iBifc, ttt, only i2lV). It's nearly
W! al C.room brick cottage,
'&iwHth. So. sta . being only
?taC and C. bldg.. for only
Ktirce -cr' good cottage homes
o have left the clt," thut
uwjTnenls about the same as
WW rill have to pay $100 down,
"a It will pay ou.
jJX0DLRN BRICK. 4 RMS.,
T.tclr, close In, on cast side,
J&lsCe,lcat locallon. lot
Sl 5,' 4th East. 52400.
IS, Fo". Manapo.-a R. B. Dept.
nfiia Co., 52 W. 2nd s6. Tel.
!K. tl Lt Iact that
BsS131 a" trrord ln "tie.
Ha r kP PVrohase r 'Bale.
u M- under Dcseret Bank.
Sp 120 West 7th So..
S cctUlEC' lot 2Xl0 rod3'
esJi cottage, Ml So. 9th E..
!i!iLV0iaon S?uth Main
caah and J10.00 per
lTfielMutKht no Interest:
Sls or u &h t2 ,ar.e Seated
IlooVunivabo-50 Kth So"th.
5 ifs, ,roa, these lots at onoo.
SSMrMta PDr mo,uh on
2X1 they won't last long
fc. oho t h 080tsi aloovc;
L hl"VETOBUY YOUR
Jb. tn .cnlaUon; there W
ft'nn n1.0,11?;- and Boll
' ib W. 2nd So.
&Vh??S. 8011 woo
i J. tl cash. $15 pcr
btlct. im: cQah
2e,tent Co., 78 w. 2nd So.
E5 near it South.
fefcoL 'nria Property, s. M .In
FOB SALE REAL ESTATE.
NEARLY ONE THOUSjVND PEOPLE
RESIDE IN "REAVIS SYSTEM"
Put lu a profllablo day and convlnco
yourself of the fact that "REAVIS SYS
TEM" HAPPY HOMES are well built,
well designed and worthy homes, by vis
iting today any or all of the following
partial lldt of buildings now being erected;
HOUSE NO. lll-5th So., bet. 3rd and
4th East sts.
HOUSEJs-O. 12O-1D0S So. 3th East.
HOUSE NO. 121-l2th Sb. and 3rd East.
NHOUSE NO. 12 7lh East, bet. 9th and
HOUSE NO. 123-7th East, south of Ash
HOUSE NO. 121-3rd East, south of 14th
HOUSE NO. 125 7th West, bet. 6th and
HOUSE NO. 139 ICO Post st.
HOUSE NO. 130-yth West and 2nd South
liOUSE NO. 0-7th and L sts.
HOUSE NO. 105-Gth East. bet. Sth tuid
HOUSE NO. HC-3rd St.. hot. F and G
Remember. "THE REAVIS SYSTEM"
Improves vacant land without a dollar
.cash down, or if you do not own n lot,
wo will buy any lot you celeot, upon pay
ment by you of a nominal sum in cash,
build you a house, and then you pay Just
tho easy scale of monthly payments,
which Include interest. U3 follow:
$V00 hoilsfr, S9 a month.
51000 hoiiRO, J10 a month.
J1200 house. S12 a month.
J1500 house, ili a month.
jrOCO house. 520 a month.
And nil other amounts in proportion.
Payments bogln when houre is finished.
DON'T BUY AN OLD HOUSE. BUT
BUILD A NEW, MODERN HAPPY
Turn' your footstcpB toward "ZION'S
FAVORITE HOME BUILDERS."
"THE REAVIS &YSTEM."
MAIN BANKING FLOOR 32-Si MAIN
Murray and Blnsham Junction brunch.
D. W. PHELAJgii Mjuiager, Pholan
KEGE REALTY COiU'ANY,
Roorng 10 a.nd 17. -Ovsr Walkcc's Banlc
Wo have a C-room modern. lot 5x5 rods,
a fine, largo bam, lopatod on an avenuo
near 9th Easl and 2nd South. Very cheap
at the prIc&-:-$2400. Small cash payment,
balance easy terms.
7- room frame, West 2nd North, 51GO0,
4-rooin pressed brick, new, Gth East,
10th So., $1700.
8- room mod. frame, Sth E. and Sth So.
C-room brick, cement basement, 11th So.
and 2nd E.. $3000.
This flno homo, a 7-room pressed brick,
new and modern, on Sth Eaat, near 7th
South, will suit you. Tho best bargnln
In the city; price ,$3250; casv terms.
F. M. POWELL, Manager.
YOU CAN MAKE $200) IN A SHORT
time If you buy the S-room mod. 2-story
hiick residence on 3rd East near 12th
South, with 1 acre of ground, for $4000.
House has cost ?GO00 to build it Just a
year ago. Besides, can-make reasonablo
terms on this proposition.
Will sell or trade for a neat 5 or G-room
modern colLige. one of tho finest resi
dences In this city. 'Tho ground floor fin
ished In hard wood, floors to match, On
a prominent corner on East 3rd South at.
Wlil s?H at a sacrifice.
S23 First St., a 6-room modern brick cot
tage, largo rooms, gas for cooking, etc.
Tho lot 3x10 rods, all under lawn. Tho
house Is in first-class repair and tho prlco,
A neat 5-room brick cottage on F sk,
near th, nnd very cheap at $2250.
On 2nd East near 1st South, an up-to-date
9-room modern residence, with every
convenience, at JCioO. Can mako very
Nenr 9th East and Sth South, beautiful,
neat 4-room brick cottage, $1800; $60 cash,
bnl. on time.
Good 4-room frame, electric lights, wator
ln the houso. rents for $12.50 per month, on
7th South near 7th East. $1100.
Good G-room brick on tho corner 4th
South and 7th Weal, 2 or 4 lots; will sell
A. Richter, 19 West 1st South st. Both
REAL ESTATE INV. CO.
COxlZO feet to alloy. Good, west aldo lo
2s30 rods facing west on 7th West, near
So. Temple. Low cash payment, easy
75xl25-foot building site in Waterloo dis
trict; 2 good lots.
See our new 4-rm. br. cottage, with pan
try, closetfl, cellar, lights arid wator In
kitchen, bet. 3rd and 4th East and Gth and
7th So. $250.00 cash; oasy monthly pay
ments, with low rato Int.
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE INV. CO.,
2nl Main. x
HOME TRUST AND SAVINGS CO.
?IS00 G-room collage, Southeast, newly
painted and papered; largo lot; easy
2SC0 7-room modern brick residence, on
12th East st,, fncea east, 5100 caah
and monthly payments of $25 until
$1500 S-room brick cottage, southeast,
good lot, trees, shrubbery and lawn,
S1S00 1-room house, northwest, and GxAC
rods of land; cosy terms.
$3000 G-room modern brick resldenco, on
Gth East street. 5x5 rods of land;
beet buy ln town.
Homo Trust & Savings Co., G-S-10 W. 1st
So, st. a2150
4X5 -RODS COR,, 4TH SO. AND 3RD
East; a snap,
$425 per rod, 3rd East near 4th South.
John Weir. 30 W. 2nd So. a213G
20x20 rods, whole block otrects
and city water all around It.
Worth double tho priced wo arc '
usklng for it.
G-rru. house, largo lot, north of
Liberty park. Make an offer.
Cosy Homo. $100.00.
4-rm. brick, hall, porch, china
closet, cupboard, pore, bath,
toilet and wash banln, yellow
plno r.at'l finish, flro placo rod
pressed brlolc. Cement footings.
Stone foundation, cellar. $300
cash. $15 per month. Including in
terest. Nearly completed. Cor. J
nnd 9th 8t-, so. frout (&5 ft).
LOOK AT IT.
"Undor Walkor's Bank.'
DO YOU KNOW?
That for $300 cash and $20 month wc can
sell you a 5-rm. mod. prcescd brick, with
lot 40x150; flno location Investigate.
30-ncro fruit ranch, G-rm. house, barns,
coops, packing-house, good water right;
only $5000; will trade for city property,
10-acrc chicken ranch, complctoly.
mocked; only $1100.
A nlco homo on tho west side.
4-rm. brk.. lots; fruit; shado; flowing
well: only $2000. on easy terms.
THE G. C. RICHTER CO.. R. 4. 131
Main. Over Bon Ton theater. Hello 1347-TC
SEE CSOMAR, 112 W. 2ND SO. ST.. IF
interested in Salt Lake real estate: 43
veara resident: references.
Nice little cottage. 4-room, Gregory Cu,
State, bet Gth nnd 7th So.. $10CO.
4-r. cottage, Sth st., bol J and Jv, nlco
lot. So front. $1300; tCOO cash, bal $10 mo.
Modern nouses built to order. Notlco
houses now building. F st , bet. 4th and
5th. Monthly paymonts.
Mldglcy-Bodcl Co , Modern Home
Bulldera, 23 E. 1st South oU a2127
FOB,' SALE HEAL ESTATE.
M eL, ,?T OIs" ' STATE STREET,
near Salt Palace. Addresa T 10, Tribune.
WALTER J. MEEKs
310 ATLAS BLOCK.
Examine- this beautiful home at GG7
South Eighth EilsL It has 7 rooms and re
ception hall, elegant basement under the
wnoio house; tho doom and windows are
stone capped ton and bottom; It has ele
gant mantc;l, bath, tollc-l, ci. llghis. largo
lot with extra drlvo on side, nicely fenced;
bunt for a home, but owner left for Cal
ifornia. Will sell this beautiful cottago
. li . sma'l sum of $3200; only $000 cash;
bal. $2o per rco Interest only G per cent.
Lots below Liberty park $100; $10
cash; $5 per mo.; no interest; no taxes.
C-room modern frame, largo lot, 6th
East, Gth So. $2500.
Beautiful corner, Gth E, Gth So., G rms.;
tjam: nlco lot; flno shade and lawns, only
Think of thla 9-room modorn brick, Sth
jEast, 3rd South, cement walks, Iron fance,
lawns, basement, mantels, batlv toilet, o.
i.. only $3000. Don't fell mo you don't want
to buy when -such snaps aro presented.
Lots $100. Easy terms, Eth East, no In
terest, no taxca.
Corner, Jtxl0. 3rd Eoat. only JUffl; flnW
In town for terrace; acwor, etc.
Corner Gth Bast, 6xG. for trrao, $6000.
1st South. 5sll2. only $6100; terrace or
S?:7, vacant lot on Gth So., $1C.
Lots below Uborty park $100. Double
Come, wako up I Get Is the movement.
.Terrace, 2nd East, 3 houses, fine corner,
only J90OO, Big lntoret-payer.
Terraes on 4th East. 4 compartments,
corner, sewer, ooment walks, strictly mod
em brick, a beauty, only JU.6C0. Bis In
terest, Don't build whan you can buy
Fine new brick, Gth South, $3000.
Modern brick, N. E.( $230, j
D-rodm ruatlc, fins lot, Srfl Wt, .only
" - I
7 per cent money to Loan.
WALTER J. MBEKS.
310 Atlas block. a2Q8?
"REAVIS SYSTEM" REAL ESTATE
DEPARTMENT SAFEGUARDS j
There Is no class of lnvestmont that re
riulrea jnoro' conservative handling than
the purchase of roal estate.
Frequently the purchase of a pleco of
property means the Investment of prac
tically every dollar ln cash possessed by
For this reason alone tho buyer's In
terests should bo safeguarded by every
form of protection, which business ex
perience and law provides.
This regard for the Investor's Interest
Is nr. unwritten law of "THE REAVIS
SYSTEM" REAL ESTATE DEPART
MENT. No salo la ever mado here without moot
careful consideration of the marketable
qualities of the title, tho correclne33 of
iho deeds and acknowledgements or If
tho property is oold on n contract, tho.
manors are Invariably submitted to our
attorneys for examination.
Investors, whethor they want n. moderate-priced
building lot, a modest cottage
or a $25(000 piece of business property,
can always find what they, want on our
lists, and we guarantee that our price Is
as low as the property can be bought for.
Pick out any lot wo havo for salo. pay
us a moderate sum In cash and wo will
complete tho purchase of tho land, mako
the deed In your name, build you a houso
thereon nnd let you pay us back In easy
monthly payments Five persons accept
ed this generous onr last week and five
HAPPY HOMES will bo the result.
"THE REAVIS SYSTEM" REAL ES
TATE DEPARTMENT is the place in
Salt Lake City whore buyers and sellers
meet on the common ground that "A
FAIR EXCHANGE IS NO ROBBERY."
We would like to havo you call early
In the week and look over our list of
REAL ESTATE DEPT.
HURD & 'WIEST. MANAGERS.
Main Banking Floor, 32-34 Main St.
Murray and Bingham Junction branch,
D. W. Pholan, Manager, Phelau Block,
SPLENDID S-ROOM FRAME WITH
4ftxl0 R. and R. of W., also 2Vx4 rods
barn space, with barn, on 5th E., $2100;
7-room frame, mod., on 2nd st., south
front, cement walks, Iron fence, etc.,
$2250; 53CO cash.
7-room two-story br.. mod., ort Main,
3. biles, from new P. O.. $3100.
Near Sth W. and 2rtd N., a 3-room
pressed br. and SxSVj to alley, $1300: $1G0
C-room rock houso, 3',xl2, near 2nd W.
and 7th So.. S1GCO.
New 4-room pressed for.l hall, pantry,
por. bath, lavatory, etc., flno lot, one
blk. from R. G. depot. $2100; $250 cash.
Elegant u-room frame, lined, bath, o.
1. finely papered, walks, chicken coop,
barn, 20 choice fruit trees, lawn. 3hade,
etc.; lot 50x145 to alley, on 2nd E., near :
10th So , $2400 ; 5400 cash.
G-room pressed br., por. bath. c. 1.. brick
walks, flno lawn and shade, 3x9 rods on
2nd V., $2500: great bargain.
2x7, on T, near 3rd. $525.
C-room mod., pressed br., a beauty, near
R and 1st. $3500. ,,...
R-room now preesed br.. thoroughly
mod., with hardwood floors, near 1st So.
and 10th East, $5750.
Beavltlful 9-room mod., nearly now. on
Brlgham st,, 3li rods frontage. $7250.
Cor. 2H:x5, on 2nd So. and 10th E.; make
1 Brick store, 15x30, cor. lot, 7CxlOG, west
3x7 on Main, near 5th So., $1500.
A groat buy on 3rd So., close in. flno
corner and paying Interest 200 por cent
profit In two years; Investigate this.
Flnc cor. on W. lfit So., one block from
business. You can buy 11 at one-half
" We havo a fine fruit farm about 0
miles south: It has 20 acros, has iibun
Uanco of water, 000 cholco fruit trees.
5000 dewberry plants that yielded over
$250 nlono: 4-room brick house, barn,
buggy shed. ouUsldo cellar, grapes, cur
rants, raspberries, etc. It is an Ideal
nlaoo and we consider It an exceptional
bargain. It will pay for ilnelf ln 2&
" Wo have tho largest list ot property in
town, nnd ivnny bargains.
Little & Little, No. 4 W. 2nd So.
The bargains I offered hint weok
arc gradually disappearing be
cause customors have found them
to' bo real. Today It will pay you
to look at thojse places:
Frame cottage at S. E. cor. of
So. Temple and Sth W. Lot 3x7
rods. Largo shade trees. Clly
Rustic houso of 4 r., stone foun
dation, water, lot 25 feot by C rods
to 12 alley. N. E. cor. First
South and 7th W., JS60.
Cheap building lots
50x137 feot to lC-foot alley, FIrot
South, near Sth W., $500; $25 cash,
bal. $10 pen month.
Look at vacant cor., 1st So. and
7th W. I can mako price attrac
tive. Just tho place for drug or
grocery business. Also suitable
Building lots in eoutheast at
prlcoa HARD TO BEAT.
Edward M. Ashton. SOI Nows
See Goddurd, undor Walker'B bank.
FOE. SALE RliAL ESTATE.
Thousands of acros to bo thrown opon.
Rich, fertile estates in beat districts, near
blje towns, to "be subdivided under ABSO
LUTELY NEW PLAN. Easier than rent
ing, without risking your savings. Values
sure to double becauso of assured popula
tion. Send 4c for book of plan! CALI
FORNIA HOME EXTENSION ASSOCIA
TION. 701 Chamber of Commerce Bids.,
Los Angeles. Cal.' alGll
NOW BUILDING. 2ND SO.. 11TH E.,
elegant modern 7 and 9-room houses, with
basement rooms complete; onk nnd oil
finish throughout: bargain prices; easy
torms. R. E. McConaughy, No. 503 Auer
bach blk. aS7
4-ROOM FRAME HOUSE. FLOWINO
well. barn. 37 Fulmer ave.. cor 7th W.
YOUNG &. FOWLER HA VP MOVED;
now located ln the new nattm-icnt at 32
Main street, orposlte Z. C. M I. zlt20
ABSTRACTERS OF TITLES.
THE SECURITY ABSTRACT CO.
Salt Lake and Tooele county abstract.'
Atlas blls.. Vi W. 2nd So. Tel. 20. ulim
G. II. BACKMAN HAS REMOVED TO
basemont 34 South Main st Sell hone
SUi-Y.; Tnfl.. ifoi. aim
BUSINESS CHAJIGES. V
PATENTS GUAJLANTEED. PATENTS
secured or tree return. Send model or
skateh for free opinion as to patentabil
ity. Send for Illustrated guide book and
list of inventions wanted: finest publica
tion issued for free -distribution. Con
tains valuable Information vegacdluif pat- !
cnts, trademarks and copyrights; how to !
obtain and sell them; 100 CMchanlcal
movements, etc. Patents socurbd by us
advertised frea ln the patent record.
Samplo copy froe. Address Evans, Wli- j
kins & Co. Registered Attorney, 500 F
street, Washington, D. C.
. PROFIT. "
are tho two qualities that particularly
recommend our ARBITRAGE system of.
Investment In COTTON CONTRACTS , to
conservative investors. It pays over
4 PER CENT PER MONTH
4 PER CENT PBR MONTH
4 PER CENT PER MONTH
ln SEMI-MONTHLY DIVIDENDS, aver
aging 2 per cent each, and payable on
the 1st nnd 16th of every month. Funds
withdrawable ON DEMAND. EXTRA
QUARTERLY DIVIDENDS bring the to
tal return on Investments up to over GO per
cent por annum. No speculation. Our
business is one of Investment, pure and
simple, and investors who appreclato a
medium ln which funds are securely pro
tected will bo interested In tho details.
Particulars freely furnished on applica
tion. ELLIOTT, KINGSBURY & CO..
ELLIOTT, KINGSBURY & CO..
90-9G Wall street, New York.
PRUDENCE AND PROSPERITY
Go hand In hand. One Is the hand-maiden
of tho othor. They co-oporato- and work
together alternately. Why should not
you with ygur small or Inrgo amount of
capital co-operate and Join hands with
those who aro like you? Alono you aro
unable to accomplish much ln tho way of
Improving your financial condition, but
with the aid, assistance and co-operntlon
of many others, and with the services of a
reliable, reputablo and long established in
vestment company, much can be done. Wo
have earned for many years large dlvl
dons each month for our customers with
out ever a failure. Why not for you? it
Is easy to Join, and you can And out how
to do It by addrfflslng us. Full particulars
are mailed you free. Address W. 11. Lat
imer, Mgr., 411 Walnut St., Philadelphia.
A LARGE GROCERY AND DRUG
glsts' specialty manufacturing con
cern selling goods to wholesale
and retail hpuses ln nearly every
city ln tho United States, will open
u branch office and salesroom In Salt Lake
City, and wo want a capable man who
can come well recommended to fill the po
sition of local sales manager; salary. 5uOJ
per annum and a commission on tho grosa
sales. Our sales manager should make at
least 2500 per annum ln this territory, in
accordance with our co-operatlvo plan, an
Investment of $1600 ln tho preferred stock
of this company Ib required during tho
torrn of said employment. Address I. E.
McClain, -Drawer R, Battle Creek, Mich.
GINSENG FORTUNES IN LITTLE
gardens; easily grown everywhere. Roots
and seeds for sale. Booklet free. "Vrlle
today. Ozark Ginseng Co., Dept. R. Joii
lln, Mo. a20Jl
IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL
any kind of business seo
V. P. HISKEY.
40i Auorbach building, 162 Main st. alOSS
STO OKS ARK ACTIVE. BUY NOW.
We handle Bums from $1.00 up. How?
write for Information. Moyer & Finney
Co., 50S Burlington bldg., St. Louis. Mo.
FLUFF-RUGS MADE AND CARPETS
cleaned. 236 W. S. Temple. 'Phono liOO-X.
PLUHBIlfQ AND HEATING.
ERSKINE BROS., PLUMBINO AND
heating. 53 W. 1st So. at,; tol. 2021-K.
"WALL PAPER CLEANED.
LEAVE ADDRESS AT THE SMITH
Drug Co. Phono 221 al994
PIANO POLISHING, FINISHING.
EXPERT WORK BY H. M'KIM, CARE
Curnienson & Anson. 74 S. Main. Tel 1T0-Z
- 1 1 1
COLUMBIAN OPTICAL CO., 260 MAIN.
Wholesale and retail manuf. opticians.
CARPET 0 LEANING.
UTAH STEAM CARPET AND WALL
Paper Cleaning Co. Carpeta cloancd on
the floor. Feathers renovnted. 'Phono.
SUITS TO ORDER, $1G UP, FIT GUAR
antoed. Sorenson & Larson, 115 W. Jpd
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
6truclion; largu slock of latest ehande
ur Intoi-Mt Eloc Co.. -15 IS. lai So.
WE RENT TYPEWRITERS.
All mak' s rented, rop.ilred, exchanged,
boupht and Bold. Full lino of supplies.
S-ut Lake Typ writer Exchange, C2 W 2nd
So. Bell 'phono 251S-K a21i
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
A FINE JERSEY COW, OR WILL
trad for horse, 1050 or 1100 lbs. Inqulro
9C4 So. W. T. a22Gi
FIRST-CLASS 7-I3RAWER a- .v'ING
machine, cheap, lis South 1st WosL
GENTLE. YOUNG BUGGY MARE;
also, hammerlcsa shotgun. 130 East 1st So.
ONE GOOD, GENTLE FAMILY
horse. Inquire at 878 W. Sth So. a227G
15 PAIRS OF TUMBLER PIGEONS,
choap. iai S. 3rd East. 'Phono 24V0-Y.
ROOMlNG-nOUSE FOR SALE. 6S SO.
1st West. i a2232
LONG ESTABLISHED DKESSMAK
lng parlors; line, trade; good location.
Address T 41. Tribuno. a22U
ONE 32-11. P. ENGINE AND BOILER,
one 1G-H. P. American hoisting engine,
five derricks with blocks, wire cable ;tnd
rliCKine, 19,000 rt. second-hand lumber,
$10.00 to $12.00 pcr thousand. Any or all,
cheap for caah. Address Bl, Tribune,
Ogden, Utah. ,
ONE HACK. ROCKAWAY CARRIAGE
and buggy; all vn good order; cheap. 15
W. 2nd So. at., room 2. a21Sl
. SINGLE HARNESS. CALL 161 BAST
Gth So. a2l95
A SNAP: EUROPEAN AND AMEJtl
can hotel. newl furnished, moiern
throughout: Kood leaoe; cheap rent; more
than haJfVfulI regular people; fine tran
sient busjness; reason for selling, othor
business which demands Immediate atten
tion; easy torms. Address T 37, Tribune,
1 NEAT SMALL FLAT FULL' 1 OF
roomers, haar In; small rent, Address T
, Trlfcune. a3202
TO GIVE AWAY YOUNG BIRD DOG.
315 S. W. Ternrrfo at. aJ20S
HORSES AND WAGONS. .APPLY
New York Cash store. a2200
A VrEAL SNAP. GROCERY AND
merl market fixtures and complete stock
One of the best, rooming-house, flno lo
cation; cheap rent; on easy terms; will
pay for Itself In short time.
Fine meat market; confectionery: cigar
store; restaurant; hotel; beardlng-houso.
Fine restaurant proposition In mining
camp, only $600.
Tho G. C. Richter Co... At R. 4, 131
Main, over Bon Ton theater.
GOOD BRASS-TRIMMED IRON BED,
and all Iron springs 713 Glen ave.
1ST-CLASS SMALL ROOM1NG
house, full permanent roomers, at bar
gain; easy terms. 10G No. ,Mnln st. a21G5
GOOD WORK TEAM AID FIRST
class rubber-tlrcd phaeton carriage; will
sell or trado for cow. Dr.' Simmons, 1431
S. State st. a2lll
SMALL GROCERY STORE, GOOD LO
catlon; must bo sold at once. Inqulro at
52 E. 2nd So. st. a2099
2 SAFES FOR SALE CHEAP. APPLY
516 Atlas block. a2100
WARDROBE. "WASHSTAND AND
lounge, cheap. Apply Jonsen, 411 So. Gth E.
WORK TEAM. WAGON. HARNESS,
plow, harrow, mower, rockbed. 043 12th
' FRESH JERSEY" AND SHORT HORN
eow. CtO Culley ave, 7th 'E., bet. 11th and
12th So. . a20G0
ROOMING-HOUSE. 9 ROOMS. BEST
location ln city. 22 E. 1st So.. Room 9.
FINE, LARGE GLASS CASE. SUITA
blo for showing goods at the fair. State
Street Market. 2nd South and State. ol934
35 COWS, 4 HORSES, PIGS, CHICK
rns, wagons and Implements, etc , and ,
lease of GO acres of land 4 miles from city.
Address T 21, Tribuno. ol927
500 LONGWOOL BUCKS. JAMES
Wlnror. 230 West 2nd North St. nlS02
ONE GROCERY AND CONFECTION
cry store, one rooming-house, 12 rooms.
223 W. 2nd So. or677
GOOD CAMP WAGON. CHEAP. 35
Franklin av. 'Phone 1353-X. al04
MAHOGANY; UPRIGHT PIANO; REG
ular $-150; slightly used, $2. Clayton Mu
aio Co.. 109 Main. al75G
RESTAURANT DOING A GOOD
trade, will bo sold cheap, for cash; party
has other business. T 19. Tribune. al7G0
PARKER SHOOTING GALLERY",
Apollo piano player, new Stclnway piano.
631 South Main. al740
MUSIC AND STATIONERY BUSI
ncss ln lively town of 2000. Fine location,
fresh stock and good business. Excellent
reasons for selling. Address quick. Leo
C. Bryant, Nam pa.
SO VERY CHOICE RAMBOUILLET
rams; bred from tho W. S. Hanson stock;
none better for wool and mutton. C. B.
Sears, Ogdon. Utah. all84
GOOD SQUARE PLVNO IN FINE
condition 50 Main St z032
NEW MILCH COWS. TAKE YOUR
cholco out of 120 head; start milking 3 p.
m. and 4 a. m., on 12th So. and 5th V. J.
H. Schwartz. all23
AT INVENTORY' PRICE, A WHOLE
sale liquor house; saluon vn connection.
Located in a first-class city. Address S
CO, Tribune aSOG
VERY CHEAP. UPRIGHT PIANO.
Call at room 210 Atlas block. al!9
CHEAPEST AND BEST TRUNK SI2R
vico. Call City Package Delivery. Both
'phones 1935. alG2
THOROUGHBRED WHITE LANG
shan cockorelsl Gall or uddiess 339 So.
Eighth East. a79
GROCERY 3TORE. $350 CASH Busi
ness; rent $15 pcr month; IS- S. Stato St.
1 GOOD HORSES AND 4 WAGONS.
Apply 159 W. Srd So. ' aCOl
VEPY CHEAP. 1 44-HORSEPOWER
boiler, 1 Lv'-norscpover oncrlno, shafting,
pulleys and belting compuno; ir.3e,i!ed ln
bulldlng"close In, suitable for manufac
turing purpose.!, Bteam laundry or steam
carpel cleaning establishment. Tho above
machinery can ho bought with or with
out venting building. Inquire 159 W. 3rd
FURNITURE OF i-RM. HOUSE;
houso for rent. Inqulro C6 S. 1st West.
ROULETTE WHEEL FOR SALE AT
Flood's. t X1797
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD. IOWA
ptahlea 1M W. Sn. Te.innlo. sll03
AN INTEREST IN OUR HONOLULU
business for $1500 to a man or woman
competent to manage office. Business es
tablished. Salary and good profits to right
party. Merchants' Protective Aas'n., top
floor Commercial blk. Soma people- don'i
llko us. a 12
COCO TO SO00 TONS FIRST-CLASS HAY
for salo. for fectilng purposes. Good cor
rals. Thla hay Is for sale at the right
price. Correspondonco eollcitad. II. A.
Slroud. Debcquo. Colo. Z2016
''' 11 I1" .'; J., VTT
MOUTH HARMONICA INSTRUCTION
by expert; lady pupils only. Address T 59.
GERMAN WITHIN 6 MONTHS TO
speak, read and wrlto correctly. 37G E.
7th So. al253
MT. MORIAH LODGE NO. 2 WILL
hold a special meeting tomorrow (?.Ion
day) evening at S o'clock for F. C. degree
work. Masons qualified, invited.
- CHRISTOPHER D1EHL. Secretary.
A. A. S. RITE THE FOUR CO-ORDI-nate
bodies of the A. A. S. Rite of Freo
Masonry hold stated meetings the third
Thursday in each month at Unity hall.
No. 140 So. Second East street. Sojourn
ing brethren Invited.
,r WILLIAM J. LYNCH. deg.
V. M. Jordan Lodj;e of Perfection No..2i
r WALTER SCOTT. K. C. C. H..
W. M. Jainea Lowo Chapter Roao Croix
IRA O. RHOADES, K. C. C. H..
Commanaei- Salt Lake Council Kaeiooh
No. L i
FRED CLEM SCHRAMM.
K. C C H..
M. of K. Utah Consistory No. L,
CHRISTOPHER DLEHL, 23 dec.,
Roglstrar for All the Bodies.
Jhi ARGENTA LODGE NO. 3, F.
vXand A. M. At Masonic hall. flt
? Tuesday of each reonth. Members
, of sister lodges and sojourning
FRANK P. SHERWOOD, W. M.
MORES C. PHILLIPS. Secretary.
WASATCH LODGE NO. l.F. SND A
i.I. Masonic oall, second Friday each
month. Members of alster lodges and o
Journlag brethren In aeod atandlr.g in
vited, a. BROWN. W. M.
A. J. LOWE. Secretary.
MT, MORIAH LODGE NO. 2. F AND
A M Maaonlc hail, second Monday each
) month. Members of sister lodge and so
journing brethren In stood itandintf in
cited JAMJ5S H. BR.OWN, V. M.
CHRISTOPHER D1BHL, SacrcUory
EL KALAH TEMPLE, A. A Ot v:. iA.
S. Third Wednesday of each memtu. Mo
ronic hail at 8 p. m. All nobles sojourn
C. F. JENNINGS, Potentate
A. BROWN. Rcord(tr.
I. O. O. F.
FIDELITY LODGE No. 17. I. O. O. F.,
meets every Wednesday night at S o'clock,
I. O. O, F. temple. Visitors welcome
H. J. CREAGER. N. G.
J. C. SMITH. S'-'iry. "305
I. O. O. F TEMPLE DIRECTOR!:
Subordinate lodges meet as follows:
Utah lodge No. 1. Thursday. '
Salt Lakti lodge No. 2. Friday.
Jordan lodge No. 3. Monday.
Rldgley lcdKe'No. 0, Thursday.
Enterprise lodge No. 15. Wednosdny.-
Fidelity lodge No. 17. Wednesday.
Mystic lodge No. 22, Monday.
Oqulrrh encampment No. 1, Becond .and
Golden Rule encampment No. 2. first
and. third Tuesdays.
Naomi Rcbekah lodgo No. 1, second and
Miriam Robekah lodgo No. 5. first and
WOOD?dEN OF THE WORLD.
WOODBINE CIRCLE NO. 41 MEET?
every Tuesday. 8 o'clock, at I. O. O. F.
SILVER MAPLE CIRCLE NO. ICS
meets every Friday night at I. O. O. F.
FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA
EVERGREEN LODGE NO. 151 MEETS
every Monday at 2. O. O. F. temple.
B. V.'. MAYO. F. M.
WM. E. JENKINS, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
CALANTHE MYRTLE LODGE NO. 1,
every Monday, K. of P. hall.
II. A JOPLIN. C. C.
O. S. THOMPSON. K. of R. & S. uS93
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 23. K. OF P..
meets every Saturday evening. 8 o'clock,
K. of P. hall.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3.
Every Thursday evening. K. of P. halL
KNIGHTS OF THE MACABEES.
K. O. T. M.-SALT LAKE TENT NO. 2.
Every Thursday, I. O. O. F. hall. Visit
ing Knights Invited.
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
SALT LAKE CITY HIVE NO. 4
meets every flrst and third Tuesday, S p.
m.. I. O. O. F. hall.
fraternal order of eagles.
Friday, S p. m., A. O. U. W. hall.
SEGO LILY LODoo NO. 2. FIRST
and third Tuesday, ti p. m., A. O. U. W.
S. L. COUNCIL, 1517. 2ND AND 4TH
Thursday, Jennings block.
IL A. JOPLIN. Regent
E. L. JONES. Secretary-
DANISH BROTHERHOOD OF AMER
ICA. HAABET LODGE NO. 73, BVERY1ST
and 3rd Thursday. 1. O. O. F. tenure.
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.
103 W. 1st South. Tel. 401. alio)
FOR THE WINTER AT OSBORNE'S.
71 E. 4th So. Ind. Tel. 1476. a2097
CITY SCAVENGER CO.. OFFICE 1455
2nd Ennt 'Phono 1732-X y!40
SPIRITUALIST. ' '
MRS. P. FONTYN. CLAIRVOYANT
nnd trance medium. 267 So. W. Temple.
J. E. DARMER. LAWYER. OFFICES
1S-19 Commercial block. 'Phone 919-Z.
MRS. LIZZIE GEISLER. S3C W. 3RD
North; private home for confinement
cases. Boll 'phone GG1-K; lnd. 'phone 2011,
WOODWORK. WALL PAPER, CAR
pot, Janitor uorvlco. National Houso
Ctoanlni: Co.. 131 Ma;n et. 1E)J
CARPENTERS AND JOBBERS
ROY" WATROUS. G7 E. 3RD SO. ELE
vator and job work. Tel. 1G75-Z. v379
I , ' 1 i J
Queer Naurni History. j) 'I '
In a recently published book on fish- & ' i Ziifl
Ing W. S. Hodgson, an English sports- Bj: j" PH
man, argues that when a fish of tho If, ) '
salmon kind or a pike takes a real I' iH
minnow Impaled on a flight of hooks 4: j iH
or a manufactured tiling resembling- a r
minnow the fish la moved less by a dr:- ! :l j
sire to eat than by a desire to 1:111. Ho '$'!''
derives this Impression from tho fact- 5
that "a salmon or a trout, like a pike, $ '! ;. '
. will leave a whole shoal of minnows f . 'i 1 I i.H
undisturbed and rush at an .Impaled ))' ! 'iH
minnow or a phantom." A critic1 of h .'
'the book says: "Surely this Is very I r i iH
'far-fetched. Flh slw birds of prey, jr liifl
like human beings,' arc averse to un- Hi1 1
necessary trouble, and as It Is caster ..f j r '
to catch a wounded creature than a 1 'H
fresh one a psrcrlne will take an In- j jj,
jured grouse or a pike a tethered or ( ;
spinning halt when It corner Jn his, 1 1 j t
wav, not uecnuse of the instinct which . :
leaos -wild animals to kill the weaker ; , i JH
brethren, but from the natural ten- , . W if . JH
dency to 'take the goads the gods pro- (' ' IH
vide you' in the shape of a cheaply 1 y IH
earned and easy meal." It may be I tv .
added that old guides of Northern Wis- I j
consln hold with Mr. Hodgson t'nat the 1 ',!' ; 1
mu6kellunge strikes tile barit ordinarily j .'-r ;
only when he feels sa-vage and dosires $ S j: ,
tq kill something'. j '! '
Zoologists . have long regarded the ' ;
ffah wtiloli remains for days out of wh- . ' ,
tcr and climbs trees as ona of tho 1 ' iH
strangest departures from nature, but , t'
the most wonderful -of these Is the perl- si, )
ophthalmus of tho West African cpast. . i
It not only Is as much at home on land n, ; ',
as in water. hu.t climbs the mangrovo i' i iliiH
roots and takes long Journeys about tho jU,' I f 1
swamps on them and builds ItselC mud ti' . :
houses raised above the surface, vith '
an opening at the top from which its ly: i iH
bulgring eyes stare out at every alarm. j' '
For this life the fish Is fitted with long '
anna, v.ith elbow and wrist, while tlio ;' ,
fingers are separated and prehensile, i' : IH
Instead of being fiat and finlike. Thcns )(,, j' IH
hands ln the African species hold tho . X , 1 '
mangrove roots In climbing and are tho Vi ' 1
means of propulsion through the mud. Hi ' j !
The round eye3 project from the skull lH
and can be turned in every direction, flL"-. !
hence the Greek name, -which may be ijjy'j ,
freely translatetl, "rolling eyes." Chi- ir' ;
cago News. ik , '
Japanese Battlefield Commiinication. UJy iiM
"When the Mikado's soldiers effected ;iH
their crossing oi the Yalu, early in M;iy, J ' I'iH
In the face of what had been pro- H i;
nounced by military experts insur- '.' liH
mountable obstacles, all the world tY' , jl IH
wondered. But 'the Japanese did not 'j'L
Thoy had not recklessly attempted a ii,'
feat seemingly Impoislble to'.TCCom- lil
plish. Each foot of ground had been rjl ( '
carefully gone over, and when their left
flunk was advancing on the Russian j IH
right, IL was arwirently marching into r
the lire of Its own batterie&. But this '1;: " i
was not the case, for, through Its slg- , , iH
nal corps, the Japanese artillery was jhj i
always In perfect touch with the move- jt; ''il
menta of the infantry; and, when tho 5,1 i
lnfantrj' advance was' made, the artll- Y' i:H
lery fire was Instantaneously shitted' so j i 1 i
as not to conflict with the maneuver. (, iliH
It was in this engagement that the 'j iliH
unique spectacle of Infantry capturing a lH
a light battery was witnessed, and It 1 1 J
way owing to the splendid line of com- y ; ,
munlcatlon e)tabll.?hed by the Japancso !;
that thi3 was possible. Again, at the j?..' '
heights of Nanghan, which has been one jj-;,.
of the most spectacular operations on ( LL '
land to date, the unmasking of the Rus- ! 8?K :''H
Glan position was absolutely imporativo -IH
to Japanese success. This could only I' "FS' ' H
be accomplished! through simultaneous p.,, , JH
skirmish attacks. Owing to the -fact V, , v
that the Japanese skirmishers were con- la..,
otantly in touch v.-lth the m?.in body in
the rear and at all points of attack, . -; "iih
the exact position, of the Russians was f- " 'iiiH
well known and It was In large meas- ,
ure due to this that the final, Japanese jH
charge proved such a splendid success?. T-. . fH
in even a greater degree does the ex- V. ll
cellent Japanese signal service contrl- L 'H
route to the succes9 of their artillery ac- ;J -1 )
tlon. One pf the great advantages of h '
the method of their artillery control Is (i , 'H
that the distance of the batteries from jkj ilH
the station where the effect of the fire jj! UH
io noted often has a tendency to ln- 'IH
crease the accuracy and speed with 5 ll
which information may be transmitted-. iS'! Il
This Is due to the fact that the observ- J ; . 'IH
ir.g stations can be located1 at points , IH
from which the- effects' of jhe fire can Hiij;
be best observed. The power thus given H ;: ,
to an artillery commander Is neccsear- Ii
Uy extraordinary. Upon his skill, to .the jH
greatest extent ever Imown In warfare, K)
depends the success or failure of the Iilil
battle. M. C. Sullivan, In Review of t 4J
No fewer than half a dozen )ackage3 , 'JM
were piled In the women's arms when eho j rm
stopped at the cashier's desk to pay for l- :
her latest purchase. Ono of the bottles JV
fell to the iloor and broke. tH
"Oh. my goodness," walled the woman. iH
"Wliat shall I do? That cost half a dol- . 'H
lar and I haven't another ceut to my iH
Tho proprietor of the store 13 a man. ;,. .fH
noted for Ids sympathetic nature. Ho 'i, m
plcl-.cd up the pink wrapping paper, which fft' "H
was already perforated by fragments of lij ,
Klass and saturjited with a sticky brown y.;
'"What kind of medicine was thls7" ho fj'.
"Cough sTup." (i,
"Was It a proscription?" r I?-.
"No. a patent medlclno. I had Just h fm
bought it and-oh, dear; oh, dear; what . ) SM
shall I do?" 4 .
"It seems too bad for you to havo to Ji'i, iH
looso the medicine," said tho proprietor, tl iH
kindly. "Wait a minutes nnd I will get ) iH
you another botfle." j, HH
He fetched a bottle of tho mixture from ML' j H
Iho rear of the store, wrapped It up and j,'. iH
bowed tho.woman out politely. A moment 5"S . ' MH
later a clerk, who had beon busy In tho M . lH
telephone booth came out. Uh ' 1 iH
"Frank." tmld the proprietor, "that fat n! HH
woman you sold cough oyrup to a mlnulo n$ 'IH
ago had bad luck. She broko tho bottlo K, ; iH
and I had to givo her another ln its m 1 'H
"Cough pvrup?" echoed Frank. "Sho lljl ' llH
didn't buy cough syrup of me. She bought . HH
a nickel's worth of ammonia. Sho got tho jjl'; H
syrup some placo else." N. Y. Press. jfj
Escnuatiug Circumstance. -it'
The Indians all knew Senator Quay as '5 ' ;
their friend. A few months ago a protty Kj. , JH
Indian girl, from eomewhore away out b ; H
West, Journeyed to Washington to sccuro )jH j JH
the kindly offices of Senator Quay in pro- ;4 i H
curing a pardon for her brother. I la had Ji J
connrdtted murder. Senator Quay listened 5,. ,
to her story nnd then asked: ;2 M 'H
"Wore thcro any extenuating rlrcum- ,tV. ,
stancea connected with thC shooting?" jfl,
Yes. my brother killed at COO yards,' M
said the maiden. ' y; 1
This brought a ray of hope to the Sena- f, H
tor. Ho thought that any man who could ii ' m
"kill at 500 yards would appeal to tho K' 1 ' ll
President. Attorney-General Knox waj f r , ' I 'H
vlsltori. Mr. Quay said: "I havo never , ;H
nskod jou for anything slnco you havo ; I , iHI
beon ln oftlco. I now want something. I i- H
de. iro a pardon for this Indian." L' 1 i M
Tio case was carried to the President, 11 !
and he was toll of tho ext'-nuatli' civ- Tm
cumstanccs, Thrro were probably othtro tM
than his flno shooting, for the Indian was ,