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pags eight THE SAiT TjATCTC TKDBUjOTS, ( Thursday morning, October 6, mQ1 I
HLf BIRTH RETURNS.
HffP Jones, boy to Thomas II. and Jennie, 1140
IfPi West First South. October 5.
iflli Adams, girl to William J. and Elzlna,
Ml 634 South Eighth East, September 30
Si j Budnlck. girl to J. J. and F.. S77 Lako
JfnP street, September 30.
I ! MARRIAGE LICENSES. ' ,
jt Earl Ewcn. Wheatland. Wash , 33
t Mary E Ewen, Wheatland, Wash 26
II Walter Carlson. Oak City ...23
j Lorcna Chrlstenson, Oak City IS
David Pelrcc Cheney, Victor. Ida 25
Laura Pratt, Otto. Wyo 20
. P.. A. Lcntham, Rexburg. Ida -0
Julia May Berry, Rexburg, Ida IS
1 James C. Garvin, Salt Lake 27
F Nannlo Andorson, Salt La,.kc 23
i Lawrence E. Williams. Salt Lake 30
i Margaret C. Umber, Evnnston. Wyo.. 23
5 George E. Walker, Salt Lako 21
j Edith Crane, Salt Lako 22
William J3lngley. Salt Lake 43
1 Agnes Dammann, Salt Lake II
I Alox Saunders, Otto. Wyo 28
i Kate Hopkln, Big Horn. Wyo 20
' Joseph F. Stokes. West Jordan 24
A Sadie Jenkins. West Jordan 20
!3 Frank Klmbrough, Salt Lako 21
Myrtle M. Smith, Salt Lako 19
I Ml ' BTJRIAIj per mits.
Mi Finney, George Fj. aged 34 years, 21 Ken
Elf dal court.
M Levy, Samuel, aged 63 years.. lo2 West
liJ Third South. " .
Ml Sanders, Ettlc I., aged 9 years, 92 Lln
junf coin avenue. t ,
jjtjj Felix, Glbbcck, aged 25 years, county in-
m Toumg.rJAgnos McMurrlc, aged 43 years,
mi 2135 South Fifth East.
PHI Schoflcld. Bridget, aged S2 years, county
jlS Carlson. Christine, aped 52 years. Twelfth
mm South and Second West.
HEjU Gulbransen, Martha II., aged o yoars,- 919
ma South Ninth East.
MM Rice, William Stephen, aged 29 years, Cas
ijufl tic Gate
MedlllBnJamln, aged S7 years, 3-19 South
m i JOHNSON In this city, October 6, 1901.
M Ernest Eugene Johnson, aged S years,
IB 4 months and 4 days, son of Mr. and
ml Mrs. Dr E. L. Johnson, No. 59 East
HI First South street.
Notice of funeral Inter.
ml BEERS At 52 South Third East street,
f3 this city, October 5. 1904, of, old age,
Jhfi John M Beers, born September 23, 1S21,
in Philadelphia. Pa.
SJffl Funeral services will be held Friday at
fiAfi 3 p. m. from the Thirteenth ward meot-
nNj ing-houso. Friends are Invited to attend
Innu can view ine reiiuuiia im utij ui
funeral at family residence from 1 to 2:30
SHARP At 26 East Street, this city, Oc
tober 5P 190. John Edgar, son of James
P. and Olive E. Somsen Sharp, born
October SO. 1S92
Funeral services will be held Friday at
12 o'clock noon from the family residence.
Friends are Invited to attend.
BURTON At 11S South Second West
street, this city. October C, 1901, EIolso
Burton, wife of William S. Burton and
daughter of George and Mary Crlsmon,
born September 26, 1S57.
Funeral services will be held Saturday
at 12:30 p. m. from the Fourteenth ward
meeting-house. Friends are Invited to at
tend. The remains may bo viewed on
day of funeral at the family residence
from 9 to 12 a. m.
PUTMAN In this city, October 5, 1901.
Annie, wlfo of William Putman, aged
Funeral services today (Thursday) at
2 p. m. from the funeral chapel of Under
taker Joseph William Taylor, 21 South
West Temple street. Friends aro invited
RICE Funeral of W. S Rice, killed In
railroad accident at Castle Gate, Tues
day October 4. will be held from the
Twentieth ward meeting-house Friday.
October 7, at 2 p. m. Remains can be
vlcwed at 453 Fifth street between 12
and 1 Friday Friends invited.
Em FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
a EBER W. HALL, UNDERTAKER
a and cmbalmcr, opposite P. O 'Phone 1019.
I ll MACHINERY.
m NEW AND SECOND-HAND EN-
II gincs, boilers, Clark mills, crushers, rolls,
a pipe of ail sizes, angle iron, sheet steel,
i blacksmith outfits, blowers, pumps, steam
"t end gasoline hoists, electric motors, 300-
J ton cyanide plant complete, nearly now;
rails, pipo fittings of all kinds and sizes,
I now drill steel Telephone 2372-K. J. M.
Swim. 336 South Third West. z963
I MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES.
1 R. M KENZIE, REMOVED TO 422 S.
State. Large stock to select from. x390
j HYDROCARBON LIGHT CO.
I CARRIES GASOLINE LAMPS, MAN-
3 tela, chimneys and burners. 106 E. 2nd So.
I CARPET CLEANING.
1 UTAH STEAM CARPF.T AND WALL
5 Paper Cleaning Co., 34 Richards St- Bell
fl phono 17S7 K' lnd. phone 2656.
LADIES' STYLISH SUITS MADE FOR
55.00, ono month only. 246 East 2nd South
'Phono 14C7-Y a98i
AND MACHINERY. UNION ERECT
Ing Co., rear 144 W. 1st So., 'Phono 1166-Y.
FOR QUICK WORK CALL UP
Keytlng & Anderson Plumbing Co.
130 N. 1st West- Tel, S05-K. x921
NEW OR 2d-HAN7cAHTTRAEOR
term3. Sorcnacn-Stoutt Co. 43 2. 2d So,
NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS, OS
car Groshell, sales acent. No. 221 Main at
Expert cash register repairing. Second
hand rcgstern always In stock. nlSSO
PLUMBING AND HEATING.
ERSKINE BROS.. PLUMBING AND
beating. 63 W. 1st So. st; tel. 2021-K.
WOODWORK. WALL PAPER, CAR
pet. Janitor service. National Houses
Cleaning Co.. 131 Mam nt. zl33
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
atructlon; largo stock of latest chandc
Uoro. Intcr-Mt. Elcc. Co.. 45 E. 1st Bo.
A GOOD SEAMSTRESS. APPLY AT
once. 351 4th streoL i h518
IF YOU WANT TO SELL, SEE US.
We want 4-room cottages close In: G
room homo East side; vacant lot; also
7 or S-room modern home In best resi
dential neighborhood; cheap lots In south
or S.W. ; small corner lot In N.E. sec
tion. Prltchard & Poo, Managers R. E. Dept.
Wilson-Sherman Co., 52 W. 2nd So., Tel 492.
BARRELS OF MONEY TO LOAN ON
diamonds, watches, Jewelry, clothing,
gups, Instruments, bicycles, typewriters,
tcols, trunks, sealskins, etc., at half-rate
Interest. Largo loans New York rates.
Uncle Sam, 30 E 1st So., cor. Commer
cial st b2GC
FIRST-CLASS PLASTERER WANTS
work, plain or ornamcntal,rby day or con
tract. 9S0 Hazel st. b!2o
HORSES KEPT DURING WINTER
months. Ranch at Granger. Inn.. Dr.
White, 28 Stato st. "Phone 61.
Tfl TIITV riMi? OTrrriMn.WAN'D OF-
flce safe, 1Sx20x24, combination lock. Ad
dress S. R. V., this ofllcc. n2Gll
HORSES TO PASTURE AND WIN
ter. Inquire Redman Van and Storage.
'Phono 555. a2040
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
light housekeeping close in. Stato price.
Address T 45, Tribune. .
NOTICE TO JUNK DEALERS AND
individuals In tho :lty nnd country
Iho Great Western Iron & Metal Co. pay
highest prlcos for scrap Iron, metals,
rubbers, bottles, raga. otc. Carload lots
our specialty. 'Phone 2439-Z. U So. 1st
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR tlRON.
brasa, rags, bottles, rubber, copper, etc.
Utah Junk Co., 63 E. Sth So. 'Phone 223.
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
stoves. Matsen. 251 Stato. 'Phono 2123-K
CALL CITY PACKAGE DELIVERY
for baggnge. furniture, etc. Beat servlc.
"Phono 1955. al63
- EXPERIENCED BARBER;- NONE
other need apply. Durands, Murray. b529
COMPETENT WOMAN FOR GEN
eral housework. Mrs. Dr. Root, S77 lttt
23 GIRLS APPLY SWEET CANDY CO..
13 E. 1st So. bC2l
1 OR 2 TRAVELING SALESMEN.
nhlrt tn ntlrn lit r' mnnnv T nnn r fY I' hnat
proposition in these Western States.
Strictly commission. Call room 307. St.
Nicholas hotel, cor. 2nd South and West
Temple; 5 to S p. m.
JOB PRESS FEEDER; GROCER
Printing Co. b532
one that can go homo at night. Ad
dress 135 E. Second South. b531
A CO ATM AK BR. SORENSON &.
Larson, 145 W. 2nd So. bJ63
EXPERIENCED CHAMBERMAID. AP
ply Whito House hotl. blC7
GENTLEMEN OR LADY AGENTS; A
.new proposition; cun m;ike from JO to VS
per day; experience! inn-jcossary; call and
sec us Room 5, Masonic block. W63
EXPERIENCED MAN TO TAKE
charge of Bismarck Bowling alleys. b!47
BOY TO MAKE HIMSELF GENERAL
ly useful In offlco; jnust have somo knowl
edge of operating typewriter; answer,
giving experience, age. wages expected;
permanent position. S 59, Tribune, blol
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK. 416 E. 1st
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE;
wages made while learning; no limit to
timo you may work for us in shop, thus
Insuring the student a steady position:
best opportunity ever offered; particulars
tree; can or write. Molcr s Barber col
lege, 62 East First South. b3S9
GOOD GIRL. APPLY 70 W, 5TH SO.
2 CHAMBERMAIDS AND 2 SCRUB
girls. Kenyon hotel.
COMPETENT GIRL TO COOK AND
do housework. Mrs. O. J. Holllster. Sev
enth East, second house below Lljorty
A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; apply 163 South Sixth East.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
small family, 318 Second st. '
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 1172 E. 1st So. al755
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Hotel, restaurant and household help.
Headquarters for laborers.
55 W. 2nd So. Tel. 464-2 rings. 0742
GOOD STENOGRAPHER AND BOOK
kceper. Address box 1096 a2269
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housowork, Binall family 966 E Brlghnm.
AT ONCE. GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; no, washing. 933 Second st
ACTIVE MEN AND WOMEN TO EN
gage in the easiest, selling proposition in
tho State; large commissions; experience
unnecessary. Room 201-6. Constitution
J3.CO A DAY SURE. 254 BO WEST
Temple. 'Phone 2163- K. z2l81
CARPENTER CAN BE HAD BY
phoning lnd. No. 2724. b441
E. REEVES &. A. M. PERKINS,
brass founders. 131 S. 6th West st. Tel
COLUMBIAN OPTICAL CO,, 260 MAIN.
Wholesalo and retail manuf. opticians.
A, M. ROSELL. 75 SO. STATE. TEL.
2145-X. Suits to order. Your own ma
terial made up; fit guaranteed. Cleaning
and repairing, moderate prices. b7
DR, A. BCOTT CHAPMAN, DENTIST
605-6 Scott-Strevell bldg. 'Phono 185J-Y. '
or terms. Sorenscn-Stoutt Co., 48 E. 2nd So
PIANO POLISHING, FINISHING.
EXPERT WORK BY H. M' KIM. CARE
Carsienacn & Anson, 74 S. Main, Tel 1720-Z
GOLD LOCKET, "FLOSS" ON BACK.
Reward at Stlcknoy's Cigar Store. bGH
COACH DOG, PU-PPY 3 MONTHS
old; had collar on Tuesday evening. Re
turn to 10S2 So 9th East. 1)519
LADY'S GOLD WATCH WfTTI INI
tlala N. S. on chuln. between S. L. Thea
ter and 1st North on Stato St. Return to
Mrs. Stobcr, 200 North State. Roward.
SEE SUNDAY'S PAPERS FOR COM
plote list of the large lot of line furni
ture to bo sold In GO rooms of tho St.
James hotel, on Main street, next week.
Tho place has mostly new furnlturo and
carpots, 40 heating stoves, etc.
b537 K. A. ANDREWS, Auctioneer.
HAVING BOUGHT THE LARGEST
nnd best part of tho furnishincs of tho
Foid hotel from tho trustoo In bank
ruptcy, we will offer these goods, consist
ing of 30 line velvet and Brussels carpots
30 dressors, mirror front, wardrobes, Gun,
.Andrews and other folding bods, Iron
beds, otc, otc , at less than auction
prices, Cash or Installments. Nebraska
Furnlturo Co.. 62 E. 2nd So. a2237
FURNITURE BOUGHT AND SOLD.
O. K. Furnlturo Co., 12 E. 3rd So. Tel,
NEW AND SECOND HAND FUKNI
turo bought and sold and exchanged.
Eaby payments. 'Phono 2021-Y. Wash
burn Furn. Co.. 35 W. 1st So. 21S34
HEALTHY, REFINED YOUNG WID
OW wishes position as wet-nurse. 327 W.
So Temple. 1)526
WANTED ANY CASE OF RHEUMA
tism, stomach trouble, lung trouble or
catarrh: bring this ad. and DOc and get
n treatment free. If you call beforo the
ISth of October. Mrs. A- L. HIsor, 624
So. Main. tel. lS65-k. 1)140
WHEN THAT TRUNK IS PACKED,
let us raovo It. City Packago Dellvory.
NEW OR 2D-HAND: CASH. TRADE
or terms. Soronocn-Stoutt Co., 43 E. 2d S.
WHERE TO STOP.
LINCOLN HOUSE PAUL HELN.
prop., 63 E. 1st So., 200 rooms; rates 25c
und 33c. s316
MOVING AND STORAGE.
REDMAN VAN AND STORAGE CO..
moving, packing and shipping. 'Phone 555.
Office, 126 and 123 S. W Temple h!645
KIMBALL'S TRANSFER VANS. MOV
lnf, storage and com'c'I hauling. 19 W.
1st So. 21SS-X. u903
BUSINESS CHANCE BROKER.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL
any kind of business see
V. P. HISKEY.
404 Aucrbach building. 162 Main st. aTOSS
STOCKS ARE ACTIVE. BUY NOW.
Wo handle sums from $1.00 up. How?
write for Information. Meyer & Finney
Co., COS Burlington bldE.. SL Louis. Mo,
MRS. P. FONTYN, CLAIRVOYANT
and tranco medium. 267 So. W. Temple.
. MONEY TO LOAN.
INVESTOR DESIRING TO PLACE
&C00.00 or any part thereof In bonds run
ning three years, bearing eight per cent
interest, absolutely secured. Call on or
write J. T. Hammond, 151 city and county
NO GOOD LOAN REFUSED.
Long or short time, large or small
amount, on city or farm property; It's
all tho same td us. We loan our own
money, hence we can loan as wo plcaso.
The Home Trust & Savings company,
6 W. First South st. b2U
OUR NAME SPEAKS FOR. ITSELF!
Money louncd on diamonds, watches. Jew
elry and personal securities of any de
scription. Most reasonable interest in the
city. Reliable Loan Office, C6 E. 2nd
South. Tel. Bell 1503-K. b3
PRIVATELY ON PIANOS. FURNI
turc or other good security; easy terms;
part payment any time. 210 Atlas Blk.
ON REAL ESTATE OR CHATTELS.
Walter J. Meeks. 310 Atlas blk. al60
CHEAPEST MONEY IN CITY ON
furnlturo. pianos, valuables or any good
security; easy terms; plenty tlmo; strictly
confidential. Room 129, Keith Bldg. nl7
ON ALL COLLATERALS AT ONE
half rato Interest. Uncle Sam's, 30 E. 1st
8o cor. Commercial st. 'Phono 217G-y.
ON IMPROVED OR VACANT PROP
crty. No dolay. Weir. 3G W. 2nd So.
ON WATCHES. DIAMONDS AND
Jewelry wo advanco moro monoy, chargo
less Interest than any other loan office.
Smith Mor. Co., pawnbrokers IS E. 1st
So., next door to Culmcr paint storo zl256
$10 TO $100 ON CHATTELS OR FUR
nlturo, easy terms, private Equitablo
Loan & Inv. Co.. 63 W 2nd So. z293
F. G. WOOD. 149 MAIN ST . ROOM 310,
loans $10 to $500 on furniture, horses, vehi
cles, otc, etc.; prlvato; easy payments.
CITY AND FARM PROPERTY; LOW
cst rates. J. L. Porkcs, 32 W. 2nd So. x2l
ON CHATTELS. ANY AMOUNT. oT
F. Peterson, 53 W. 2nd South. ul230
ON MORTGAGE: NO COMMISSION.
Pomoroy, 36 W. 1st North, 'phono 2331 -Y.
DON'T BORROW TROUBLE; BOR
row money Salaried men or women ac
commodated on their note, without mort
gage or lndorsor; easy payments; confi
dential. Cherry, 407 D. F. Walker bldg.
ON ANY PROPERTY: YOU RETAIN
possession. The Stringer Co., 70 W. 2nd So
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS- EL
mer E. Darling & Co., 4 East 3rd South.
$1000 TO $50,000, ONE TO FIVE YEARS,
farm or city property. James K. Shaw,
under Walker Bros ' bank. i5S
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS. MIL
lcr & Vlole, 303 McCornlck bldg.
WE LEND MONEY TO BUILD
houses. It is not necessary to have the
houso built first. Wo will advance tho
money as tho house progresses, Lowest
rates. Part payment any time, and Inter
est ruuoccj "rcordlngly. McGurrln & Co..
32 and 34 Main st. mlS56
SUITS TO ORDER, $15 UP, FIT OUAR
anteed. Sorenaou & Larson, 115 W, 2nd
. 10-ROOM HOUSE ON 2ND EAST. $50
per month Apply 445 S. W. Tomp. b523
LARGE OFFICE SPACE OR DESK
room, ground floor, 23 E. 1st South.
Hooper bldg ; Mldgoly-Bodoll Co. b520
A SNAP. THE FURNITURE OF TWO
steam heated rooms on Main St.; cheap
rent. Address T 3$, Tribune. b513
ONE NEW ROOM, 431 E. FOURTH
South. b 517
3-ROOM COTTAGE. MAN AND WIFE
only; 37 W Sixth South.
S-ROOM HOUSE; MODERN; GOOD
car line; possession about October 15. Call
on premises, S24 E. 4th South, bot. 10 :u
m. and 2 p. m. bll7
STRICTLY MODERN S-ROOM NEW
brick houso with flno large barn, $2S, A
snap. 743 E. Gth So. hi
ONE OF THE FINEST AND MOST
modern S-room hounes In city; nowly
tinted, electric light, fu rnaco, laundry,
linen chutes, etc. Inq at premises, 40G E.
2nd So . 3 to 5 n m. Tol. 2351-K. b9
ELEGANT S-ROOM, NEWLY PA
pored, thoroughly modern, furnnce, elec
tric light, laundry, linon chute, etc. Inq.
prepilses, 61G So. State, 3 to 6 p. m. Tel.
NEW 6-ROOM BRICK, 69 WALL ST.,
cloao In; bath, elcc. lights; rent $21. 'Phono
Brlco, 1411-X. a2539
947 SOUTH 7TII EAST. 6 RMS., CITY
water, cellar, olectrlc Us., SIG.OO. O. F.
Poterson. 53 W. 2nd So.
A SNAP. THE FURNITURE OF TWO
steam heated rooms on Main st.; cheap
rent Address T 33, Tribune.
SEVEN AND EIGHT ROOMS AND
ono very largo S-room modern houso with
steam heat. All close In. Jas. K. Shaw,
under Walker Bros,' bank. al9S6
S-ROOM AND ATTIC. NEW PR
brick; strictly mod.; furnace, $35. 630 3rd.
HOUSE OF 2 ROOMS AND KITCHEN;
no children. 457 S. 1st West. alS14
9-ROOM BRICK. BATH, ELECTRIC
lights. Closo In. rent onlv $30. Brlce, 375
So. 2nd East, 'Phono 1414X. al742
ECONOMY PROMPTS YOU TO RENT
this 5-room, strictly mod. brk cottage, 236
W. 2nd North, walking dlstanco; $25.
"REAVIS SYSTEM" 32-31 Main street.
CHEAP RENT FOR ELEGANT STORES
Your pick of 4 stororoorns In "Tho Em
pire." 1st West and So. Temple. Good
location, low rent, favorablo leases. Ap
ply "REAVIS SYSTEM," Real Estate
Dopt., 3-34 Main st. alOOO
A 3-ROOM MOD. FLAT, UNFUR
nished. Apply 31 So. 1st West.
GOOD STORE WITH BASEMENT,
east of Grand theater. Frltsch, No. 12
East 2nd So. St. aC23
FINE S-ROOM RESIDENCE ON
North Main St. Frltsch, No. H' E. 2nd
So. St. aC21
20 HOUSES, ALL KINDS. PRICES
and locations. Tuttle Bros., 149 Main st.
FURNITURE PACKED FOR SHIP
plng, cut rates, expert packors of china,
bric-a-brac, furniture, etc. Redman Van
and Storago Co., 'Phone 655. USS3
BUSINESS ROOM, 25x140, WITH
freight elevator, second floor. 241 Main
st. See Stivers. 140 Main st- y409
MANSION LIKE PRIVATE RESI
DENCE of H rooms. 100-foot lot, spacious lawn,
shade, view, near In. Improvements
worth $30,000. Rent W5. "REAVIS SYS
TEM," 32-31 Main St. olOOS
5-ROOM MODERN BRICK HOUSE, $1G.
Apply 33 S. W. Tcmplo. oS79
BARN. AT 519 SO. 2ND EAST. al532
PREMISES AT 15S WEST 1ST SO. ST
recently occupied by Scrvls Candy Co. as
factory and salesroom. Apply tho Stato
Bank of Utah. alSS5
rriTrT.'PVT,TT! Arnnp.PM r;.nnnr oat
tage; fint-class barn and laundry; newly
papered; three blocks from Walker's
store. Inqulro 671 So. Main. al351
0-ROOM MODERN PRESSED BRICK.
Apply 342 S. 7th East al323
7-ROOM STRICTLY MODERN. STEAM
heat, 2 blocks from Main, $40.00. Tha
Hcno Trust & Sav. Co., 6-10 West 1st So.
5-ROOM HOUSE, BATH AND ELEC
trlc light. Apply 241 E. 0th South. b225
HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS. APPLY
420 East Third South. bl92
CHEAP. EITHER BOARD OR
rooms at No. 2 Cllft av. b209
NEW MODERN SEVEN AND FIVE
roomed house. 339 So. 6th East. bl56
7-ROOM HOUSE. PARK TERRACE,
9-room mod., furnace. E. 2nd So,, $40
U. U. HIskey. 201 McCornlck Block. bllS
STOREROOM, SOUTH TEMPLE. $20
4- room, now brick, $10 per month,
5- room, modern, new brick, $12.50 per
4-room, modern, now brick, $15.00 per
month. Hubbard Inv. Co., 78 W. 2nd S.
SEVEN-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE,
666 E. 7th So. Inqulro at the drug store,
BEST CHEESE. 10C; GOOD TABLE
butter, 20c; best creamery butter. 25c; 2
lbs. good baking powder. 25c; apples, po
tatoes, onions, per pk., 15c; 3 lbs. ginger
snaps, 25c; 2 lbs. sugar cakes. 26c; 3 l-!b.
packages seeded raisins, 25c; graham
crackers. 10c lb.; lemon crenms, 10c lb.;
1 lb. Dunham's cocoanut, 2.5c; good cof
fee, 15c lb,; 4 lbs. green peppers, 10c; soda.
7c; sagp, Cc, tapioca, fic. 3 6-lba. salt, 25c';
8 lbs. cabbage. 10c; starch, Cc. Chicago
Store, 61 So. W Tomple.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLES.
THE SECURITY ABSTRACT CO.
Salt Lake and Tooele county abstracts
Atlas blk.. 36 W. 2nd So. Tel, 290. ul927
G. II. BACKMAN HAS REMOVED TO
basement 34 South Main at Bell 'rhono
24U-Y ; lnd., 991. all61
10 CENTS. SUNDAY" NIGHTS, YOUR
full namo given and futuro foretold; sec
ond sight, clalrvoyancy, spirit messages,
Thursday night. All can see their spirit
friends, receiving name and messages.
All Invited. Hall, 69 East Third South.
NO MATTER WHAT YOU WISH TO
know or find out, we can tell what it Ib,
and all about it, Including full name; free
If wo fall. Arnold-Dlckson Bros. Hours.
10 to S dally; 11-2 Sundays. 269 East Third
South. 'Phone 2417-K. b249
FLUFF-RUGS MADE AND CARPETS
cleaned. 236 W. S. Temple, 'Phono 1209-X.
INTER-MOUNTAIN JUNK CO.
A. R. Strang. Mgr.
Dealer In all kinds of Junk, bags, rub
ber metals, etc. Car lots a specialty 635
So. State. Ind. Tel. 1237. a2163
FOR RENT FURNISHED.
NICELY FURNISHED MODERN
rooms. Hultnblo for two or three with or
without board. 736 E. First So, b522
SEVEN-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE,
666 E 7th So Inquire at' tho drug storo.
FRONT ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEP
ing. 36 S. Wcat Tomplo b53o
2, 3 AND '. ROOMS EN SUITE,
nicely furnished; housekeeping; 161 Enst
Second South. 1)531
1-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, COM
pleto, with piano 642 So. 2nd East b530
FRONT PARLOR NEW MODERN
houso; board If desired. 163 W. 6th S.
ONE NICELY FURNISHED ROOM
for light housekeeping, J3S E. Gth So
G ROOMS. MODERN. ON .GROUND
floor for light housekeeping. 157 So. 2nd
West. ' . bll8
WELL FURNISHED FOUR-ROOM
houso, close in, or will sell furniture on
small monthly payments at one-half
value. The Stringer Co., 70 W. 2nd So.
2 LARGE FRONT ROOMS, FURNISH
cd housekeeping, ground Moor. G70 So.
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED FRONT
room. 309 So. Gth East. Park Terrace
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT. 131
Social Hall ave.. bet 1st So. and So. Tem
ple, off State. b403
WELL FUR. ROOM WITH BOARD;
nrlvato family; modern houso. 2-iO 3rd
NiUELY FURNISHED ROOMS CLOSE
In; prlvat6 family. 251 E. 2nd So. b293
3 OR 1 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping; ground floor. 70 W. 5th So.
2 DESIRABLE HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; no children. 139 W. Gth South.
FINE FURNACE-HEATED ROOMS
for men; good board. Noxt door to Miss
Groto's. 326 S. 3rd East. b247
ROOMS FOR GENTLEMEN IN PRI
vato family CO East 3rd So. b236
PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOM,
modern, $S.00. 153 9th East b25S
EIGHT-ROOM MODERN BRICK
houso; steam heat. 903 Second st J. K.
Shaw, under Walker Brds. Bank. bl93
STRICTLY MODERN. SEVEN
rooms, elegantly furnished; furnaco boat.
909 1st street. blSS
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS CLOSE
in; prlvato family. 251 E. 2nd So. a2474
FURNISHED ROOMS, SINGLE OR.
en suite; board If desired; strictly mod
ern. 225 W. 6th South. a2251
WELL FURNISHED FRONT ROOM,
suitable for ono or two gentlemen. 432
Elm ave., Gth So. bet. 4th and 5th East.
FINEST RESIDENCE IN BEAUTIFUL
Perkins's addition. Seo A. C. Smith, 142
So. Main st. a2122
BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED LARGE
front room, bath, for gentleman; $12. 571
South Main. a205S
S ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING
ground floor. 467 So. West Temple st.
ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING,
ground floor, with bath. 21G W. Gth South
FRONT ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEP
Ing. SO S. West Temple. a550
FURNISHED ROOMS. SINGLE OR
en suite; board if desired; strictly mod
ern. 225 W. 6th South. ai392
THE PLEAS ANTON, NO. 6 KENDALL
6quare; handsomely furnished rooms;
ituuL-iii, ciu&u in. rnono z-ms-K..
TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
ono with alcovo and grate, in a modern
house. 145 So. 4th East a2G09
NICE. LARGE FRONT ROOM; STEAM
heat, electric light 70 W. Sth So. a2604
2 NICE FRONT ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping. $12 per month. Mrs. E
Threlkeld, 213 So. 5th East a2G21
SUITE OF ROOMS FOR BACHELOR
apartments. 1st door south of Tribune.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET. WITH
light, bath and heat included. 312 So. 3rd
BOARD AND ROOMS.
BOARD AND ROOM; REASONABLE.
330 South Seventh East; 'phone 2096-z.
FUR. ROOMS, SUITE OR SINGLE
board; modern. 501 So. Main. b45-l
ROOM AND BOARD. $5 A WEEK
board, $3.G0. Rear 114 East 2nd So. b34i
FINE FURNACE-HEATED ROOMS
for men; good board noxt door at Miss
Grotes'. 320 S. 3rd Bast. 02I6
GOOD BOARD AND ROOMS. WITH
bath. 730 E. 3rd S. Tel. 23S5-K. al9J6
ROOMS WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD
146 Social Hall, between Brlgham and First
So, and Stato at. al316
HOME COMFORTS AND COOKING
that will plcaso at tho Iowa. 246 W." 1st
GERMAN WITHIN 6 MONTHS TO
speak, read and wrlto correctly. 376 E
7th So. 253
SUNBURST AND ACCORDION
pleating. Mrs. Jcnnens. 47 E. 1st So. b453
RED BUTTE STONE; DELIVERED
$10 per cord; at quarry, $4 per cord!
Brown's Stono Co., No. 11 E. lat So.;
'phones 277. z2320
UTAH POULTRY AND EGG CO
headquarters for fancy poultry. Buy and
Bt-11 all times. Fancy live and drossod. Al
ways reliable. Fancy eggs for setting
IPS W. 1st South. Tel. 404 "ana)
FOR THE WINTER AT OSBORNE'S
71 E. 4th So. Ind. Tel. 1476. o2097
SCHOOL FOR COOKERY.
GRACE TELLE CANNON, INSTRUC
tor 2-1 E. So. Tomple, city. b 150
WALL PAPER CLEANED.
LEAVE ADDRESS AT THE SMITH
Drug Co. 'Phono 233. al994
A. A. S. RITE-THE FOUR CO-ORDI-nate
bodlo of tho A. A. S. RUo of Frco
Masonry hold stated meetings tho thiru
Thursday In each month at Unity hall,
No. 140 So. Second East atrect. Sojourn
ing brethren Invited. . -
WILLIAM J. LYNCH, 32 dog.
V. M. Jordan Lodgo of Perfection No. z.
WALTER SCOTT. K. C. C.
W. M. James Lowo Chapter Roao Croix
IRA O. RIIOADES, K. C. C. H..
Commander Salt Lake Council Kaaosn
FRED CLEM yO111 ,
M. of K. Utah Consistory No. L
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL. 33deg.,
Retrlatrnr for All the Bodies.
ARGBNTA LODGE NO. 3. P.
vwand A. M. At Mfiionlc
V Tuesday of each month. Members
of sister lodges and sojourning
brethren Invited. ,r
FRANK P. SHERWOOD, vv. M
MOSES C. PHILLIPS, Secrotary.
WASATCH LODGE NO. 1. F- AND A
M. Masonlo hull, second Friday eacti
month. Mcmbors of sister lodges and so
journing brethren in good anlns,, "
A. J. LOWE. Secretary.
MT. MORIAH LODGE NO. 2, F. AND
A. M. Masonlo hall, second Monday cacti
month. Members of sister lodges and so
4ournlng brethren In good standing in
rltcd. JAMES H. BROWN, W. M.
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL. Secrotary.
EL KALAH TEMPLE, A. A. O.. N.
S. Third Wednesday of each monu. -ii"--Honic
hall at 8 p. m. All nobles sojourn
C. F. JENNINGS. Potentate.
A. BROWN, Recordor.
I. O. O. F.
"LdIelTtToDGE No. 17. I. O. O. F..
meets every Wednesday night at 8 o clocK,
I. O. O. F. tcmplo. visitors welcome.
H. J. CREAGER, N. G.
J. C. SMITH. ScrcliTT.
L O. 0 F TEMPLE DIRECTORS:
Subordinate lodges meet as follows:
Utah lodgo No. 1. Thursday.
Salt Lake lodgo No. 2, Friday.
Jordan lodge No. 3, Monday.
Rldgley lodge No, 9, Thursday.
Enterprise lodgo No. 15. Wednesday.
Fidelity lodge No. 17, Wednesday.
Mystic lodge No. 22. Monday.
Oqulrrh encampment No. 1, Becond and
Golden Rulo encampment No. 2, first
and third Tuesdai'G.
Naomi Rebekah lodgo No. 1. second and
Miriam Rebekah lodgo No. G, first and
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
WOODBINE CIRCLE NO. 41 MEETS
every Tuesday, 8 o'clock, at I. O. O. F.
SILVER MAPLE CIRCLE NO. 103
mcct3 every Friday night at I. O. O. F.
! FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA.
every Monday at I. 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,
H. A. JOPLIN. C. C.
O. S. THOMPSON. K. of R. & S. uS96
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 23. K. OF P.,
meets every Saturday evening, S o'clock,
K. of P. hall.
ROCICY 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 first and third Tuesday. 8 p.
m ) I. O. O. F. hall.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
SALT LAKE AERIE NO. 67. EVERY
Friday. S p. m A. O. U. W. hall.
SEGO LILY LGDOE NC. 252. FIRS'"
and third Tuesday, 8 p. m., A. O. U. W.
Thursday, Jennings block.
II. A. JOPLIN. Regent
E. L. JONES. Secretary.
DANISH BROTHERHOOD OF AMER
ICA. HAABET LODGE NO. 78. EVERY 1ST
and 3rd Thursday. I. O. O. F. temple.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
SMALL COOK STOVES CHEAP AP
ply S71 Second st. b-162
t uKNITuRE FOR SALE, GOOD CON
dltlon, at value; monthly payments.
2 four-room houses.
2 three-room houses.
1 two-room house.
2 upright pianos. $100 and $250
New dronhcad Singer, $35.00
muWo. th p,rcm,i typewriter, $65.00.
The Stringor Co.. 70 W. 2nd So. b4C0
BIKE BUGGY; FINE AND NE A.RLY
now; will sell at 40 por cent of cost. S 5S
10.000 FEET SECOND-HAND LUMBER
at Latter-day Saints hospital. bio?
SALOON: GOOD LOCATION GOfin
business. Inq. 529 W. 2nd South. ' b3&J
OFFICE FURNLTURE, ROLL TOP
desk and chair, library table couch ruir
wardrobo and chairs. 15 W. ' a'
ro 23 b33D
FURNITURE OF tIrM HOUSE
houso for rent. Inqulro 65 S. 1st West
GREAT BARGAINS IN UNRE
deemed diamonds, watches. Jewelry, musi
cal Instruments, etc.. at less than onc
ha f regular price; good violin, banio
guitar or mandolin. $4 and up; good watch
oi ring. $2 and up. Uncle SaVf. 30 E 1st
So., cor. Commercial. b267
I01101?0 PONIES, WEIGHT
about ,60 pounds; gentle, sound and sure
footed; reasonable Apply at 24 So. State
st.. or 'phono 22S4-Z. bin
J. E. DARMER, LAWYER OF'F'Tmrti
18-19 Commercial block. 'Phono 949-zT
a n W? HENT TYPEWRITERS.
A.1!v,makc? re,n,led, ropalrcd, exchanged
bought and sold. Full lino of h X.
Bum Third South, fe Apjj
STANDARD BRpri IT J
Brown Leghorn chicked i QU7S;
HOTEL. DOINGTTr77----- S
, ROOMTNG-HOUSn 1
location ,n ciKVTbS
" -na bp. st room 28. ' cbiap. i
'. " ttti
A SNAP. EUROPfTtTTI "
can hotel nwi ,V AND AviT
throughout sSod ft '""bhed.
ite.lt bulfrrU" rr'pC4nleP.r
stent business; renann p e- fino ti'
business wTilch deSJ l 3'
n. easy terms, Address UTaV
. ' lrbnri
MUSIC AND STATinv 1
ncas in lively town Ji r Scf17, ll
fresh stock and good busi'i ln9JU
reasons for selllnp Adtt8, Ent
C. Bryant. Namn gulck.
rams; bred frfm ?ho W a AHn?0UlLLfii
gone better for wool and'mu,n "5
Scare. .Qgden. Utah. mutton. CLB?
GOOD SQUARE FlAXrTTT, 3
condition. 8tf Main Stf 1N rtS
VERY CHEAP. UPRirHr-5
Call at room 210 Atlw blS?T "55
CHEAPEST AND BEST TRnT"
vice. Call City Package De&K
'phones 19o5. "uvcry.
shan cockerels. Call or mhKlf.
Eighth East. nd(re3a 23
GROCERY STORE. $30 TTr?
ness; rent $15 per month; IS S, StMj
VEP.Y CHEAP, 1 44-HOn:7r
boiler, 1 ja-noracpower " onriS ?E.P? VER
pulleys and bolting comp" .-.,
building close in; sultab e ia? H 13
turlng purpose:,, steam Uiundry or
carpet cleaning Ubll3hmenr-rtr8 sa?
machinery can bo fought wlth'n? Sl!
out renting building. fnquS 1VS
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD "TowT
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
and 2nd So., $2300. ' ITK
5-room modern brick, East bnch
(-room modern frame, I st ) j
4-room frame. 2nd W. and 5lh S ' $d
4-room frame. Rio Grande shops tWt
$2500OOm In0dern brick' R1 Grande 8hi
' Hubbard Inv. Co.. 7S W. 2nd So. b'2
WANTED TO BUY AT ONCE, SEVEXJ
room house, East side. $2Sft); snd M
particulars. P. O. box 31C, Evans ton, Wyo
MY BARGAIN OFFERINGS NOT
Idle talk. If you will take too trouble lo
examine the following. , t
Near 7th So. and 10th East. 5-rooa
frame cottage, well put up( has bath,'!
Magce furnace, lot 60x140 fed Ito alley,'
nlco lawn, shade and fruit trtes, and ca
sell It on reasonable terms for $1K). I
779 West 4th So., a woll-bnllt C-roal
brick cottage, 2 lots, ought to brlDffijV
will sell for $1600; $250 cash and J15 pfrj
On J st.. 4x19 rods with splendid S-na-mod.
brick cottago, on reasonable tenrj,''
On 3rd st., 9-room full 2-story, up-tof"
date modern pressed brick with bara, lot1
2U-r10 rrwla nr tl'llll t-1
2nd st. bet. G and H new, medtra 3?,
etnry brick residence, lot 2Hxi mlsl
$4750. $500 cash and $35 per month.
11th East near 5th South, splendid :
room brick cottage, lot 2'xlO rods, easy
6-room mbd. cottage, lot 3x10 rods, Noc,
23 First St., $4500.- r
S-room mod., up-to-date residence, co:
ner on East 3rd South, hardwood finish
lot 2V4x7& rods. It cost $T5 to build ttf
houso two years ago. Will sell It for
$7500, or trade It for another place. f
One of the finest 9-room mod, 2-story,
brick residences on East 2nd South it?
for one week only, at $10,0J,
$400 per rod, 10th East near 1st Souta.?
$300 per rod, 10th ,East near 3rd South?
$300 per rod. J st i-car 6th, f
$250 per rod, south front, on iln st;
near F. ... 41
$4000, 6S 1-3 feet block from postonitt.
Many others. Jfi
A. Rlchter, 19 West 1st South at.: bola
'phones. 611. "-H,
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE INV COT;
real estate and loan brokers. SI j3j
WE SELL REAL ESTATE. THAWi
all. Tuttle Bros.. 149 Main, red ball slr
C. W. MILLER. REAL ESTATE ANO,
loans. 112 W. Second South st f
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUT TOUR;
lots for homo or speculation;
bound to bo an advance soon. "J,
them in all parts of the city, and
mem on easy ieiw. crm
Hubbard Investment Co.. 7S '1
75x185 FEET ON, STATlTsTREfl
north of the Bell Telephono Ca "'-jgM
fommtTclnl Club. M
Ml DGLEY-BODEL CO.
Real estate, 23 E. 1st So. ZJM
DO YOU WANT THEM ANY CllEk?W
Closo in. new 4-r. brick In
good lot, $1W down, rest eas ; pr Ice Vgm
Good C-r. br. with barn, and Its cwgi
cst Side, a flno, neat and wsy3
home, in nlco shape, and onI ium tJ
Near Wasatch school a , fine bnj
new brick, modern, shade, etu,
Onc of the fine homes on Brighem itjl
8 rooms, sewer, etc. $5500 or lcsj
Wo havo SNAPS to GIVE AW Ai m
Realty Co.. 65 W. 2nd So.. Phonf
WHEN YOU BUY OR SELL. j,F
Keep In mind the fact that fl
We make correct ibstracis,
Guaranteo against all errors in tiue. i
Examlno titles, - or ttle.'ii.
Attend all details of PUase or ,
The Homer Abstract Co i0. Z h
Main and 1st So., under Descret n.
Look at the 7. S and 9-room hou5
N. E. cor. of 3rd and J sts. t)llt n
houses at an honest price. A,
& Co.. 63V4 W. 2nd So
years resident; references.
ROOMING-HOUSES. , i&
Seo GoddardT underValke"
4- ROOM FRAME HOUSE ffM
well. barn. 37 Fulmer nvocorjg j"
YOUNG A. FOwSlral
now located in the new tuujo"
Main stref nnpoalto Z. - jj
DO NOT MISS THESE-
5- r.. first-class condition, just rep t
ono-half block from car lln " . J
gain. $1SS0. ... E(Uit, $35M. '
Wllson-tsnerman Co,, 62 A no