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Jpageeigh THE SALT LAXE 'nomnsnG. Wednesday morning, November 0) 1901
Ilf'jl FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
I''5'! EBER' W, HALL. UNDERTAKER.
A and embalmer. opposlto P. O. 'Phone 1019.
jfilj MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES.
i ! R. M'KENZIE, RBMOTOD TO 422 S.
r v State Largo stock to aclcet from .xSDO
1 FLORISTS AND CUT FLOWERS.
TUB P.OSERIE, CUT FLOWERS, FLO-
I ! ral nrrangomonts. 142 So. Main; 'phones
I 46S. colO
m "t l
I 'J HUDDART FLORAL CO., NOW OP-
1 !j- posltc Grand thenter. 'Phones now 105.
Everything In flowera. blKO
M MONEY TO LOAN.
If V LOAD'S MADE ON PERSONAL PROP-
Ifl.'i ertv. Absolutely prlvato and conndontlal.
t Vi 326 AtlaB 'block. cS13
I ' CALL AT SSI BAST 4TII SOUTH. SEE
I' !j plans and details on ground. cS62
Ml CHEAPEST MONET IN CITY ON
I 5' furniture, pianos, valuables, etc., at ratca
I f cheaper than any ono In cH.y," easy terms
hill Room 129 Keith bldg. clGS
;h ON FURNITURE. ETC., EASY
I , II , terms: pay when you want to. 210 Atlas
I 1M Rlk C129
bV YOU WILL NOTICE THAT MOST OF
IfjK the rcputablo loan brokers advertise In
1 The Tribune. That la becauso Thn Trlb-
li rjnu's classified columns aro tho largest
si.J) nnd beat.
l l MORTGAGE LOANS MADE ON FA-
i' vcrable terms. Frltch, No. 12 E. 2nd So.
, VERY LOW RATES ON PIANOS.
i furniture, horses, vehicles, etc., etc.. prl-
I ' vnto. oasy payments. F. G. Wood. 149
b i Main st. R. 311. blOH
,r INVESTOR DESIRING TO PLACE
J t l SoOOO.CO or any part thereof In bonds run-
lj' nlng three years, bearing eight por cent
J jij Interest, absolutely secured. Call on or
;j J write J. 1 Hammond. 161 city and county
i j building. bUO
L'flJ NO GOOD LOAN REFUSED,
llfi Long or short time, largo or small
Ifs'l amount, on city or farm property; it's
j all the samo to us. We loan our own
I money, hence we can loan as we plcaso.
r j The Homo Trust & Savings company,
jfl C W. First South st. b21l
j J j ON IMPROVED OR VACANT PROP-
) j j crty. No delay. Weir. 3G W. 2nd So.
) 510 TO riOOO ON CHATTELS OR F.UR-
i j nlture, easy terms, private. Kqultablo
lt Loan & Inv. Co.. 63 W. 2nd So. 7S2S
5, ON CHATTELS. ANY AMOUNT. O.
I j F- Peterson. G3 W. 2nd So. U1230
ON MORTGAGE: NO COMMISSION.
j, Pomeroy. 3C W. 1st North; phono 2M1-Y.
m DON'T EORROW TROUBLE; BOR-
1,1 row money. Salaried men or women ac-
W I commodated on their note, without mort-
! ' gage or lndorser; easy payments; con-
i (' lldcntlal. Cherry, 407 D. F. Walker bldg.
! V ON ANY PROPERTY; YOU RETAIN
; i possession. The Stringer Co., 70 W 2nd So.
I ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS. EL-
i, mer'E. Darling & Co., 4 East 3rd South.
'I5! J1000 TO $50,000, ONE TO FIVE YEARS.
I farm or city property. James K. Shaw'
. I under Walker Bros.' bank. p53
' ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS. MIL-
' ' ler & Veilc, 303 McCornlck bldg.
,i OUR NAME SPEAKS FOR ITSELF1!
, j Money loaned on diamonds, watches, Jcw-
j clry and personal securities of any d-
i i"rision. Most reasonable Interest In tho
J eltj Reliable Loan Office, Cti E. 2nd
, J, South. Tel. Bell 1E03-K. C7
! WE LEND MONEY To BUILD
J houses. It la not necessary to have the.
: housu built first. We will ndvanco the
.r mon6y as the house progresses. Lowest
1 rates. Part payment any lime, nnd intcr-
Mr'x est reduced accordingly. McGurrln & Co
Hjj'O 32 and 34 Main st. mlSSS
j I , CASH REGISTERS.
U. NEW OR 2d-HAND. CASH, TRADE OR
j terms. Soncnaen-Stoutt Co. 48 E. 2nd So.
L I NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS. OS-
j l car Groshell. sales agent. No. 221 Main st
I Expert cash register repairing. Second
j hand registers always In 3tock. nl5S0
; j OPTICIANS.
H' f COLUMBIAN OPTICAL CO.. 260 MAIN.
H) I Wholesale and retail manuf. opticians.
H;i sheep range for sale.
H j! LOCATED IN BUTTE VALLEY
HLj Elko county, Nevada; a No. 1 sheep
'j range; will carry 12.CCO; all water owned
..ij for 4S miles, half summer and half wln-
K tor range, from S to 20 miles wide. For
Lrj further particulars address J. T. Wright,
Elko, Nev. c3k
HH CITY SCAVENGER CO., OFFICE 1153
S 2nd East. 'Phono 1732-X yHO
H'1'! EICYCLES STORED.
Hi ,i FOR THE WINTER AT OSBORNE'S,
j 3 71 E. 4th So. lnd. Tel. 1176. a257
H' JUNK HOUSES.
Hlvl INTER-MOUNTAIN JUNK CO.
jl jl A. R. Strang, Mgr.
H,j( Dealer in all kinds of Junk, ba(.-3, rub-
' ber metals, eti. Car lotc a specialty. 635
So. State. Ind. Tel. 1237. a24C3
l HAVE YOUR FURNACE CLEANED
i A by the Expert National Houso Clennlng
1 i Co. Both 'phonc-H. C573
3 J. E. DARMER. LAWYER, OFFICES
L t 1S-19 Commercial block. 'Phono 919-Z
HYDROCARBON LIGHT CO.
Hfjb CARRIES GASOLINE LAMPS. MAN-
1 jl tela, chimneys and burners. 1C6 E. 2nd So.
J DR. A. SCOTT CHAPMAN. DENTIST.
1 . E05-6 Scott-Strevoll bldg. 'Phono 18S1-Y.
H) PLUMBING AND HEATING.
H;J ERSKINE BROS.. PLUMBING AND
heating. 53 W. 1st So. sL Tel. 2021-K,
: J CONTRACTS TO LET.
'1 9?- A PRIVATE SEWER. CALL AT
t 354 East 4th South aud sco owner. c578
TO HIRE HORSE OR HORSE AND
huggy. Apply 12 E. 2nd So. c5C9
4-ROOM COTTAGE. OR 3 OR 4 ROOMS,
unfurnished, for housekeeping: must bo
strictly modern. Address W 32, Tribune.
HOME FOR MAN WITH BOY;
terms must bo reasonable. Address W
31, Tribune. c501
A GOOD HORSE. IN EXCHANGE
for feed. Innulro pJ West 3rd So. c5C3
BY MAN AND WIFE, ROOM AND
board In private family; East side. Ad
dress W 9, Tribune c31
ONE OR TWO GENTLEMEN FOB
mod. fur. room; best location In city. Bell
'phono 1214-y 420
PIANO PUPILS; LESSONS FREE
for ono mo. Add. W 21, Tribune c3S3
DRESSMAKING IN FAMILIES. OR
home, by dressmaker. 263 E. 4th So. c3SS
GREAT WESTERN IRON & METAL
Co., dealers In scrap Iron, rretals, rub
bers, bottles, rags. etc. OarloadB a
specialty. 230-240 So. 1st Woat. 'Phono
Ind. l&U, Bell 243&Z. b;'5V7
A LITTLE AD. UNDER THIS HEAD
attracts a wonderful amount of attention.
It Is because The Tribune 13 the recog
nized want ad. medium of Salt Lako City.
GOOD HEAVY TEAMS FOR GRAD
lng. Apply on work on East South Tcm
plo strcot. bl927
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR IRON,
brass, rago, bottles, rubber, copper, etc
Utah Junk Co.. C3 E. Sth So. 'Phono 229.
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
ctovea. Matsen. 251 State. 'Fhono 2123-K.
BARRELS OF MONEY TO LOAN ON
diamonds, watches. Joweiry, clothing,
guns, Instruments, bicycles, typewriters,
tools, trunks, sealskins, etc., at half-ratn
lntereot. Largo loana New York rates.
Undo Sam, 30 E. 1st So., cor Com'l St.
Wo will be In Salt Lako City Nov. 10, 11.
12 to buy all 4ho good, fat, sound horses
worth tho money, weighing from 00 to
1600 lbs.; at McCoy's stables. C. B. John
son, W. M. Carpenter. clC
YOUNG MAN TO ASSIST IN OFFICE;
must be experienced In bookkeeping nnd
typewriting. Addresa W 35, Tribune. c55
GOOD DELIVERY BOY, 15 YEARS
old. 374 So. Main. c572
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
2 In family. 720 Brigham st. c57r
FIRST-CLASS MANDOLIN TEACHER
wanted; one ablo to teach guitar pre
ferred. Call bet. 1 and 2 p m., Room 273.
Commercial Club bldg. c573
YOUNG NURSE-GIRL TO TAKE
care of baby. Inquire at l&c Brigham st.
A GOOD PLAIN COOK; FAMILY OF
3: good wnges. Add. W 33. Tribune. cSCO
YOUNG LADY FOR OFFICE WORK;
one with some cxpcrlenoo as typewriter
preferred. Address W 30, Tribune. v'tt
GIRL TO DO GENERAL IIOUSE
work. 357 So. Sth East. c509
housowork, no washing. 31 So 6th East.
GIRLS LOOKING FOR GOOD PLACES,
sco Mrs. Olson, emp. off., 174 E. 2nd So.
A YOUNG GIRL TO WORK MORN
lngs. 174 W. North Temple st. cS07
WANTED SALESMEN; LEADING
New York house desires two bright men.
aged 25 to 35, as outside salesmen for a
special line: we Intend to train the men
selected and prefer to engage only those
with limited experience as salesmen; no
attention paid to letters which do not give
applicant's connections for past year, and
llguro at which services are held. Address
W 17. Trlbuno. c30S
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE;
S weeks completes; positions or locations
furnished; teacher with years of experi
ence; expenses mado while learning; par
ticulars jfree; call or write. Moler's Bar
ber College, C2 E. 1st South st. c215
A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. 127 Sixth East. c91
YOUNG MAN FLUENT TALKER
and well dressed, to go on tho road for a
first-class canvassing proposition; ex
penses advanced. Apply 221 S. W. Temple.
THESE ADS ARE ALL PAID FOR,
and therefore come from the best peo
ple. The Tribune does not print frco want
ads in order to make a showing.
MRS. OLSON ALWAYS HAS PLACES
for good working girls. 174 E. 2nd So.
GOOD COOK AND SECOND GIRL.
Call at 4S G st. b2001
GOOD GIRL TO WASH DISHES AND
make herself generally useful. 216 W.
2nd So. bl57
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Hotel, restaurant and household help.
Headquarters for laborers.
55 W. 2nd So. Tel 4C4-2 rings. 0742
AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY TOWN
for the Standard sclf-fllllng, self-cleaning
fountain pen. Easy seller, large profits.
Western Mfrs. Agency, San Francisco,
IF YOU "WANT EMPLOYMENT. PUT
an ad. In these columns. They aro th
best, because Tho Trlbuno Is tho recog
nised want ad. paper.
GIRL WANTS CHAMBER WORK
Call 426 West 1st North. ct77
AN ALL-ROUND PRINTER, FIRST
claas Job printing specialty, wants per
manent place in country town outside of
Utah, Address W 34, Tribune. c559
BY LADY STENOGRAPHER AND
bookkeeper; good references. Address
W 28, Tribune. 1
DISHWASHING IN RESTAURANT
or work of any kind. Young man. Add
W 7, Tribune. cj3q
IF YOU WANT HELP, CONSULT THE
Tribune ads. None of them aro printed
BY A COLORED MAN, AS COOK
hotel, mining camp or prlvato family. Ad
dress U 35. Tribune, bl471
EXCHANGE FOR SALT LAKE PROP
erty, Ilnely improved property adjoining
good town In fine section of southern Cal
ifornia. Addruss P. O. Box 2G2 Escondldo.
WHERE TO STOP.
FRITSCH BLOCK. NEW MANAGE
mcnt; Bteam heated rooms. 15S E. 2nd So
LINCOLN HOUSE. PAUL 'HE IN
prop 6S E. lBt So., 200 rooms; rates 25c
and 23c. e2lQ
NURSES' COLLEGE, PUEBLO. COL.;
fourth year; uncqualed; outllno Instruc
tion; mn8agc; opens December 1. b2411
LADY'S YALE WHEEL, AT LIB
crty park. Tuesday afternoon. Return to
C32 East Sixth South. Rownrd. c579
BETWEEN Z. C. M- I. AND M'COR
nick bldg., a ton-dollar bill. Return Mc
Calastor, Kcmmoror Fuel Co. c575
THE FIRST AID TO LOSERS IS THE
Trlbuno. Somo remarkable "llnds" aro
mado by tho use of theso columns.
NO MATTER WIL.T YOU WISH TO
know or find out, call on Arnold-Dlckson
Bros.. 2C9 East Third S6uth street. 'Phono
MEETING SUNDAY NIGHT FREE TO
all. Your full namo given, questions an
Hwcrcd, futuro foretold. All Invited.
Songs 10 cents. Also spirit scanco Thurs
day nights. Spend an ovonlng with your
spirit ftiondn. Hall first floor, 209 East
Third South st. c304
MRS. P. FONTYN. CLAIRVOYANT
and tranco medium. 257 So. W. Temple.
BY B. M. ONION-ON THURSDAY.
Nov. 10, 11 a. m., at storehouse, 113 and UG
S. W. Templo sL, will bo sold a h.rgo lot
of household goods, bedding, hair mat
tresses, couches, etc., to pay charges.
DON'T BUY YOUR HOUSEHOLD
goodB until you have seen our goqds and
prices. Wo carry the largest stock of
now and second-hand furniture, carpets,
stoves in fact, everything for completo
housekeeping; cash or Installment. Ne
braska Furniture Co.. 62 E. 2nd So. c42l
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SEC-ond-hand
furniture, stoves and musical
Instruments of every kind. Telephono
144S-Z. H. C. Fisher. 135 W. First South.
CLOSE-OUT SALE ON IRON BEDS;
sco window for prices. Washburn Furn.
Co . 35 W. 1st So. st. cl3
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
structlon largo stock of latest chande
liers. Inter-Mt. EIoc. Co.. 45 E. 1st So.
NEW OR 2ND-HAND: CASH. TRADE
or torms. Sorcnscn-Stoutt Co.. 4S E. 2d So.
A. W. SMITH A CO., OFFICE AT S.
L. Abstrnct Co.. 19 W. 1st So. c71
SUNBURST AND ACCORDION
pleating. Mrs. Jennens. 47 E. 1st So. b453
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
structlon; largo stock of latest chando
liers. Inter-Mt. Elcc. Co.. 15 E. 1st So.
PIANO POLISHING, FINISHING.
EXPERT WORK BY H. M'KIM. CARE
Carstcnscn & Anson, 74 S. Main. TcL 1720-Z
NEW OR 2ND-I-IA2sD. CASH, TRADE
or terms. Sorcnscn-Stoutt Co., 49 E. 2nd So.
FROM 949 EAST SECOND SOUTH,
ono Jersey cow, branded on right hip and
side. Telephone 1175-k.
AND MACHINERY. UNION ERECT
Ing Co., rear III W. 1st So. 'Phone 1166-Y.
FLUFF-RUGS ILVDE AND CARPETS
cleaned. 236 W. S. Temple. 'Phono 1209-X.
UTAH STEAM CARPET AND WALL
Paper Cleaning Co., 34 Richards st. Bell
'phono 17S7-K; Ind. 'phone 2656.
NEW CITY PACKAGE DELIVERY:
rear 133 W. 4th So. Tcls. 2276-IC Ind., 2205.
FOR QUICK WORK CALL T
Koytlng & Anderson rjTblnc C.
130 N. 1st West- To. ftfi-iC x921
YOUTHS' AND MEN'S CLOTHING ON
easy payments; get snme with first pay
ment. Tho Hub. 25 W So Temple. 01474
LADIES' STYLISH SUITS MADE FOR
tS.OO, ono month only. 246 East 2nd South
Phono 1467-Y afljri
TEACHER OF SPANISH.
MISS AMELIA DOBRANICH
teaches prlvato or In class; terms rea
sonable. 245 W. 1st So.; 'phone 2612-k.
BUSINESS CHANCE BROKER.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL
any kind of business sen
V P IIISKEY.
404 Aucrbach building 162 Main st. a20S8
STOCKS ARE ACTIVE. BUY NOW.
Wo handlo sums from $1 00 up. How?
Write for Information. Mcyor & Finney
Co., EOS Burlington bldg., St. Louis, Mo.
PRIVATE HOME FOR CONFINE
ment cases. Mrs. Lizzie Gclslcr, 336 W.
3rd North; Bell 'Phone E61-K. b220l
ARGENTA LODGE NO. 3, F. AND A.
M will work In the E. A. degreo this
(Tuesday) evening, ut 7:30 o'clock. Ma
conu Invited. M. C. PHILLIPS,
A. A S. RITE THE FOUR CO-ORD1-nato
bodies of tho A. A. S. Rlto of Froo
Masonry hold stated nicotine tho third
Ihurnday In each month at Unity hall,
No. 140 So. Second East atroct. Sojourn
ing brothron lnvltod.
Tr , WILLIAM J. LYNCH, ?Z eg.
v. M Jordan Lodgo of Perfect-4, ip- -
. M. James Lowo Chaptor '.o '-ioix
IRA O. RHOADES, K. C. C. II..
Commander Salt Lako Council Kndosh
FRED CLEM SCHRAMM,
K. C. C H..
or,,M- of K. Utah Consistory No. i.
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL. 33 dug.,
Registrar for All tho Bodies.
A ARGENTA LODGE NO.3,
a-.Jnd A. M. At Musonlo hall, first
VTruosday of each month. Members
T of sinter lodges and Bojournlng
rJ.RANK: p SHERWOOD. W. M.
MOSES C. PHILLIPS, Socrccary.
WASATCH LODGE NO. 1. F. AND A.
M. Masonic hall, second Friday each
month. Mombera of slstor lodges and so
journing brothron In good standing In
vited a BROWN, W. M.
A J. LOWE. Seore ta ry
MT MORIAH LODGE NO. 2, F. AND
A. M. Masonic hall, second Monday oacn
month. Members of sister lodges and so
journing members In good nlandlnc In
vited. JAMES H. BROWN, W. M.
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL. Socrotary.
EL KALAH TEMPLE, A. A- O N. M.
S. Third Wednosday of each month. Ma
sonic hall at S p. m. All nobles sojourn
C. F. JENNINGS, Potentate
A. BROWN. Recorder.
I. O. O. F.
FIDELITY" LODGE NO. 17. I. O. O. F..
moots ovry Wednesday night at 8
o'clock, I. O. O. F. templo. Visitors wel
come. H J. CREAGER, N. G.
J. C. SMITH. Secretary.
1. O. O. F. TEMPLE DIRECTORY: .
Subordlnato lodges meet as follows:
Utah lodgo No, 1. Thursday.
Salt Lako lodgo No. 2. Friday.
Jordan lodgo No. 3, Monday.
Rldgloy lodgo No. 9, Thursday.
Enterprise lodge No. 15, Wednesday.
Fidelity lodgo No. 17. Wednosday.
Mystic lodgo No. 22. Monday.
Oqulrrh encampment No. 1, second and
Goldon Rule encampment No. 2, first
nnd third Tuesdays.
Naomi Robckah lodgo No. 1, second and
Miriam Rebokah lodgo No. 5, 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. 10S
meets every Friday night at I. O. O. F.
FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA.
EVERGREEN LODGE NO. 151 MEETS
every Monday at I. O. O. F. templo.
B. W. 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. u896
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 MACCABEES.
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
mcots every llrst 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 LODGE NO. 252. FIRST
and third Tuesday, S p. m., A. O. U. W
ROY AX ARCANUM.
S. L. COUNCIL. 1517. 2ND AND 4TH
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.
HAY, GRAIN AND COAL.
J. D. MUIR. 109 E. 2ND SO.. TEL
2011-x; 112 W. 2nd So., Ind. tel. 2547. c513
SCHOOL FOR COOKING.
GRACE TELLE CANNON. INSTRUC
tor. 24 E. So, Temple, city. c 614
NEW AND SECOND-HAND EN
glnes, boilers, Clark mills, crushers, rolls,
pipe of all sizes, apgle Iron, sheet steel,
blacksmith outfits, blowers, pumps, steam
and gasoline hoists, electric motors, rails,
pipe fittings of all kinds and hIzcs, now
drill steel 1 0-h.-p. automatic Corless en
gine, new; 2 CO-h.-p, Tubular boilers In
battery, 1 9x15 Blake crushor, 1 set 14x28
Fraser & Chalmers rolls. 1 set 14x2S Wall
rolls, lot of cyanide pumps, 1. 4-ton Fair
banks scales, 1 2V-ton Buffalo scales. 1
D-drlll air compressor. Telephono 2372-K.
J. M. Swem, 336 South Third West. bl334
UTAH POULTRY AND EGG CO..
headquarters for fancy poultry. Buv and
sell all times, Fancy live and dressed. Al
ways reliable. Fancy egga for setting.
108 W. 1st South. Tel. 404. qiico
UTAH SCREEN AND JOB SHOP.
General contractors of all kinds of new
or repair works; stair, store fronts, fix
tures and buildings. W. Lovo & Co., 41 S.
West Templo Bt. Tel 2167-Z, Ind., 1201.
2 ROOMS. U; 2 ROOMS, 6. CALL NO.
25 Apple at.
5- ROOM HOUSE. C05 SOUTH MAIN, 35.
U. U. Illskey, 201 McCornlck bldg. c5G3
6- ROOM MODERN HOUSE, 520 SO.
2nd West. Call CIS. or 'phono 16:5-k c520
1-ROOM NEW BRICK; WATER IN
house. 1042 So. W. Tomplo; rent $12.50.
STORE FIXTURES AND 3 RMS. 353
E. 4th So. Inqulro 31 So. 1st West. c3U
7- ROOM STRICTLY MODERN HOUSE.
261 E. 3rd So. Inq. 320 So. 4th E. c40
S ROOMS. DOUBLE OR SINGLE
house. 556 So. 5lh East. c333
S-RM. MOD. BR., FURNACE, 403 E.
2nd So.. S-13.
7-rm. mod. br.. furnace, 27 Q St., $35.
9-rm. mod. br.. furnace. &C3 3rd bL, 30.
7- rm. mod. br , I Amos torracc. I2o.
R-rm mod. br., 171 Mead st,, $25.
4- rm. mod. br , now1, 116 W. Cth No,, $20.
B-rm. br., 22 Aberdeen st. $18,
G-rm. fr 665 86. Main. $17.00.
8- rm. br., 331 G St.. $17.50. ,
5- rm. fr., e. 1., water, 071 6th East. $16.
5-rm. br., 218 W. 5th So . $12.50.
3-rm. br., 069 So. Main. $12.50.
5-rm. f r . bath. G27 So. Sth West, $12.
3-rm. br.. 21 Franklin avo., $7.
3 rms., 706 So. Main, $7
2 rms., r. 521 5th East, $-1.
Largo front ofilco room, Houston block.
IIOUSTONS THE 1IOUSERS, 251 MAIN.
83 R ST.. S-ROOM MODERN; CHEAP
rent. Wolr. 36 W. 2nd South. cMS
NICE MODERN 10-ROOM HOUSE;
cIoho In; furnished or unfurnished. Inn.
Realty Co., 66 Went 2nd So. at. c"0
BRTCK COTTAGE. 3 ROOMS, SUM
mer kitchen. Inq. 263 West 4th So. No
MODERN 6-ROOM BRICK. $30.W
month. 634 S. Main. c32
5-ROOM COTTAGE. ELEC. LTGHT,
pantry and closet. Apply 431 E. 4th So.
$16 SIX ROOMS. HALL AND CEL
lar. close In. No. 154 Center St. TcU 1921-Y.
HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS. APPLY
420 Eaat Third South. bl92
5- ROOM HOUSE. MODERN. NEW PA-'
pered. S03 North 2nd West. bl5S8
ONE OF THE FINEST AND MOST
modern 8-room houses In city; newly
tinted, electric light, furnace, laundry',
linen chutes, etc. Inq. at premises, 406 E.
2nd So., 3 to 5 p. m. Tol. 2351-K. b9
SEVEN AND EIGHT ROOMS AND
ono very largo S-room modorn house with
steam hent. All close In. Jas. K. Shaw,
under Walker Bros.' bank. al9S6
FURNITURE PACKED FOR SHIP
plng, out rates, expert packers of china,
brlc-a-brac. furniture, etc. Redman Van
nnd Storage Co. "Phono 555. tlSS3
20 HOUSES. ALL KINDS. PRICES
and locations. Tuttlo Bros.. 149 Main st.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS ALL PA
tronlze theso columns nnd bo do tho peo
ple looking for houses. We bring tho
two together. Tho Tribune columns ad
vertise moro houses than all tho other
9- ROOM MOD.. FURNACE. E. 2ND SO.,
$40. U. U. Hlskcy. 201 McCornlck Block,
6- ROOM MODERN HOUSE, AT 29 II
st Apply 23 H st. bl393
FOR RENT FURNISHED.
FRONT ROOMS IN SUITES. COM
plete for housekeeping; ground floor or
upstairs; cheap; also, sulto for $10. 61 W.
So, Templo c566
3 GROUND FLOOR HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, cheap; also, C-room cottage. 254
So. 4th West. r576
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSE
keplng at No. 2 Swan court. East 2nd So.
between 2nd and 3rd East. c530
HKPG. ROOMS, MODERN. 14S E.
Brigham or Room 201. 56 W. 1st So. c5Xl
3 NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS AND
bam. 323 E. 2nd South. c531
NICELY FUR. FRONT ALCOVE
room with grate. 2 clothes closets, fur
nace, electric light, prlvato family.
'Phono 1707 Ind. 520 So. State. cl37
FURNISHED ROOMS. 232 E. BRIG
ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING;
houso now, modern; walking distance 165
W. 5th South. cl45
ONE OR TWO FURNISHED ROOMS,
with bath; references; 463 First street.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
light housekeeping. 46S So. Stato. b26l2
2 LARGE. ELEGANT ROOMS, WITn
pantry, furnished completo for house
keeping; modern, ground floor. 232 W.
6th South. b2518
MODERN SUITE OF 3 ROOMS AND
bath. furn. or unfurnished, with or with
out housekeeping; no children. 33 So. 1st
TO LADY ONLY. ONE LARGE
room; furnace hent. East side; will glvo
breakfast; references exchanged. Ad
dress W 4. Tribune. clO
5 ROOMS. PARTLY FURNISHED FOR
housekeeping. Apply for particulars 49
Jennings avc. c5
ELEGANTLY FURN. ROOMS; Ev
erything new; steam heat, hot and cold
tout in every room; special rates to
permanent peoplb during tho winter.
Chadbonrno. 243 S. State. b2200
CLEAN: STEAM HEAT; BY DAY OR
week. First door south Tribune.
FRQNT ROOM. ALL MODERN CON
venlcnces; steam heat. 325 South 2nd East
suites, close In. Apply 257 W. So. Tomple.
EVERYBODY WHO MOVES OR
wants to move, first consult The Trib
une's classified columns. Why? Becauso
The Tribune carries moro ads of that kind
than all tho other papors combined.
4 ROOMS FURNISHED FOR IIOUSE
keeplng; madern. No. 3 Kendall Terrace,
THOROUGHLY FURNISHED COT
tape, good location. Inquire 331 First ct
COZY. MOD. ROOMS FOR HOUSE
kceping. 623 E. Cth So. bll99
PLEASANT ROOM IN EXCHANGE
for plain sewing. 820 3rd st. b673
3 ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING;
ground floor- 467 So. West Templo st.
ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING
ground lloor, with bath. 215 W. 5th South.
"HIE PLEASANTON, NO. 6 KENDALL
square; handsomely furnished rooms
modorn; close In. 'Phono 2-108-K. z23l
FINEST RESIDENCE IN BEAUTIFUL
Perkins's addition, Seo A, C. Smith, 142
So. Main st. a2122
SEVEN-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE
666 E 7th bo. Inqulro at tho drug store'
FRONT ROOMS FOR HOUSEICEEP
lng. 36 S. West Temple, b533
FIVE ROOMS. CAMPLETE FOR
housekeeping: all modern; elegantly fur
nished. 618 S, Main. C124
ONE LARGE FRONT ROOM FUR
nlshcd; on ground lloor. 129 E. 4th South.
FOR RENT FURNISHED.
2, 3 OR 5 FUR. ROOMS FOR HOUSE
kceplng. 44 N. 2nd West c404
2 MODERN ROOMS. WITH CLOSETS,
for housekeeping. 305 So. 5th Enat cSSd
SUITE OF 2 ROOMS. SUITABLE FOR
2. 3 or 4 gentlemen. $3.50 per week 9
W. So. Temple. c39l
8-RM. MOD.. ELEGANTLY FUR
nlflhed; piano; $50.
7-rm. mod br.. furnished; 066 E. 7th
IIOUSTONS THE HOUSERS, 231 Main.
ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN, IN HOUSE
with all modorn conveniences. 210 East
3rd South ut. c325
6-ROOM MODERN, WELL FURN.
house. 1070 Socond sL c237
ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSE KEEP
ing. 118 E. 3rd South. Opp. Knutsford.
LARGE FRONT ROOM; TWO ROOMS
and pantry; two with summer kitchen.
670 S. Main. clS7
3 BEAUTIFUL MODERN LIGHT
housekeeping rooms. 251 W. Eth South.
"STRICTLY MODERN HOUSE. FUR
nlshcd completo; with furnaco. 371 3rd st
6-ROOM HOUSE. FURNISHED COM
pleto; piano; $36. 685 3rd at clSO
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS,
furnaco, bath, electric lights. 263 E. 4th
BOARD AND ROOMS.
MOD. CONVENIENCES. 15 PHIPPS
placo, opposlto P. O. 'Phono 1713. c529
THE CULMER. EXCELLENT ROOMS
and tiblo board, 158 N. Mala. Ind. 'phone
THE ADVERTISERS UNDER THIS
head In The Trlbuno aro likely to be tho
best In town, becauso they oro progressive
enough to advertise In the papnr that
charges for the service. It pays to adver
tise In Tho Tribune.
GOOD BOARD AND ROOMS WITH
bath. 730 E. 3rd So. Telephone 23S5-K.
THE WOODBINE FOR NICE,
warm, comfortable rooms, with excellent
table board, nono bettor; all modorn; 137
North Main. bl40i
ROOMS WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD.
146 Social Hall, between Brigham and First
So. and Stato st. al316
HOME COMFORTS AND COOKING
that will please at the Iowa, 216 W. 1st
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
WHEN YOU BUY OR SELL,
Keep In mind tho fact that
"We make correct abstracts.
Guarantee against all errors in title.
Attend all details of purchase or sale.
Tho Homer Abstract Co.. Inc.,
Main and 1st So., under Descret Bank.
SOME MORE DONATIONS.
Two nlco lots, Prlncoton ave.. $300.
Up-to-date. 8-room mod. residence, cor
ner on 6th Bt, $3600; will either sell or
rent It. Elegant furniture In tho houso
for salo at a sacrifice-
Only a few days longer on tho beauti
ful 6-room mod., resldenco on Main st;
100xl40-foot lot; $2500 less than It cost a
year ago. Price. $4200; $2200 cash.
When you look at tho now, handsomo,
8-room modern resldenco on 11th East,
near 1st South, you will agrco with mo
lhat it is a bargain at $5850.
It will pay you to look up the new 2
Btory. light pressed brick residence on 2nd
st, near G. and tho new, up-to-date, mod
ern 6-room residence on J, near Eth st.
Call. Lot mo tell you tho prices on these
homes. They are away down.
A RIchtcr, 19 West 1st South st Tele
I write Are Insurance. c351
SEE CROMAR, 112 W. 2ND SO., IF IN
tcrcsted In Salt Lake real estate, cl67
TO SELL YOUR HOUSE SEE
Prltchard &. Poe. managers R, E. Dopt
Wilson-Sherman Co., 62 W. 2d So. Tel. 492.
THE TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED COL
umns carry moro real estate ads. than all
the other papers combined, and tho ads.
are paid for. Why? Becauso Tho Trlbuno
has the call for this class of business.
NEW, MODERN, 5-ROOM BRICK COT
tage, on North bench; elegantly furnished;
cheap for cash. Apply 266 J st c425
HERE YOU ARE.
If you have a vacant lot I will build you
any kind of a home; no money down; you
pay samo as rent Consider this proposi
tion and call up A. J. Jenkins, 729 So. Sth
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. U. P. R.
R. lands. E. J. Wills, 15 W. 2nd So. mlS37
Sco Goddard, under Walkor'3 bank.
4-ROOM FRAME HOUSE, FLOWING
well, barn. 37 Fulmer avo., cor. 7th W.
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE INV. CO..
real estate and loan brokers. 251 Main.
WE SELL REAL ESTATE. THAT'S
all. Tuttlo Bros., 149 Main; red ball slgn3.
C- W. MILLER, REAL ESTATE AND
loans. 112 W. Second South st
75x185 FEET ON STATE STREET,
north of tho Bell Telephone Co. Inq. 263
Commercial Club. -155
Real estate. 23 E. 1st So. al25S
THE REGE REALTY COMPANY IS
headquarters for real estate, rentals and
business chances. Our large list always
has some genuine snaps Wo also plan
and build to suit. Office, rooms 16 and
17, over Walker's bank. 'Phones, 1635-K
F. M. Powell, Mngr. bSOo
EDWARD M. ASHTON. REAL ES
tate. rentals, 301 News Bldg. blOll
CHEAP BUILDING LOT, 3x7 RODS
F st, near Brigham. $2100.
Wolr, 36 W. 2nd South. C12S
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Many bargains on our books.
jS.OOO-Flne 2-story brick, 9 rms., modern,
Ji.OCO 6-rm. brk.. e, 1 collar, 3x10 rods.
$2,200 1-rm. brk., mod., now. Sth So.
$1S50 S rms.. framo. 11th East.
$1,000 1-rm. frame, nr. Brigham.
All sorts, sizes and prices.
Prltchard & Poo. Managor R. E. Dept.
llson-Sherman Co., 52 W. 2d So. Tel. 492.
6-ROOM MODERN BRICK. EASY
terms, closo In. 651 3rd E. c3ic
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
THE SECURITY ABSTRACT CO.
Salt Lako and Tooele county abstracts.
AUas blk 36 W. 2nd 8c Tol. 200. U1927
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
GOOD UPRIGHT PIANO. 122 EAST
OLD8MOBILE RUNABOUT IN PER.
feet condition; will trado. What have
you 7 See G. C. Rlchtor, over Bon Ton
THOROUGHBRED WHITE LANG
EhthEaat l9 0r addrC88 !
good simp. j25o rintHT PIav-BC
Vain St WWon JlfiJ UW
FURNITURE FOrTT J1
and houso to rent l m,M vtMt.
everything modern; tr rlr?K
rented. Tel. 1013. ' rooj J;MT
YOU CAN "sTTT" flf
through The Trlburm aa AlaiWL'
head frequently attract A 2K
In over j- city omTn a,njr tlfc
call for this chMjffiPftg h1 <
VERY CHEAP. TTPTT-- B
Call at P.oom 210. AtlaS PLBB
Address P. Q. Box fig D UXXsMM
rant; very reasonable K KAfclL'
Sccond-Hand Store, 284-2M g at Wt
OUR SPECIAL BARGAINS"
5 rooms of 'urnlture, rent eh' W'
6 rooms of furniture rcn S -K
10 rooms ci furniture, rent Ihlll Wr
12 rooms of furniture rent $S 5S
24 rooms of furniture, rtnt rif sB'
Restaurant, best location hMp SL
Barbor shop, best location 'SjBr
Bakery nnd lunchroom . "-fiBJ
Groceries and saloons- Y,'' "Sir'w
Roge Realty Co.. F. M !M
rooms 16 and 17, No. i Sffl1',
phones 1635-k. west Ind ijjfc
MOVING AND STORAGE
moving, packing and shipping Ph.W '
Offlco, 126 and 123 S. W. TemplK
KIMBALL'S TRANSFER VANsTvM
Ing, storage and com'c'I haullnt
1st So. 21S3-X ""ng.
Pussy Watches by 1
Fire in Loifei;
Was Most Interested Spectator it J
Recent Blaze- in the Ken-
tucky City. j
LOUISVILLE. Ky., Nov. 8. Sitter
serenely on the seat of the asslstcj
chiefs fire buggy, while the Snart!
dragged heavy hose In the direction cf
the Are, and a general turmoil of eidle.;
ment raged about it, a cat was thenwtl
interested spectator of a rwent fire Is?
the eouthern part of the city. The al
la the mascot of engine company No. ),
and Its chief delight Is to go to fra?
The excitement of a fast run with Ci
tain Frank Hagar and Lawrence Gcoi-5
man, his aide, Is all that this parties!
cat lives for, and catching mice Is la
tame a sport entirely.
Rides With Chief. j
The first run she mode was by ice!-;
dent. It was at night, and she dediei;
that the scat of Captain H2ger"s tcrrf,
would make a delightfully soft rtiij
place. She curled up and was slet;fcf
peacefully when tho Joker ticked e2 1
call. Captain Hager and Goodman
In the rig od quickly that the kltttn vu it
carried with them, and before the ter
what was happening they were ttaifcj;
along the street at a great rate J
speed. This was the beginning. It i
cat seemed to becomo thoroughly fe
bued with the spirit of the flrerauud
to enter into their lives completely. Ski
liked the dash for the fire, and sls
seized every opportunity to get a rt!ti
As soon as she sees Captain HiprJ
climb into the buggy she Jumpe In itoj
him, and the only way the men canrrt-
vent her from making the run Ithtie-.
chief is by shutting her up,
Is Weil-Behaved Cat. j
She sits on the seat, in betwwn Oi,
chief and his aide, and la a well-M-j fc
haved cat. Arrived at the fire. flhslooBj i
things over carefully and uimaUy it-
mains In the buggy, but frequently M)
will get down on an Inspection, tour m.
her own, going close to the DlaC',
building. Goodman thinks more of
cat than of anything he has, and M is Ji
always careful to see that she In la Jfr
buggy when they return to the t:"iF.
EL PASO AND RETURN, $43.55
Via D. & R. G., Oct 10th and H&KC
Twelfth Annual Irrigation
President Diaz of Mexico and the Mu
mous Mexican Military band "ML
there. Interesting side trips. m
light and other amusement J m
to Mexico City only J28. For
particulars call at ticket office in u
Dooly block. .
HIS RIBS BROKEN. If
Best Man at a Wedding Suffers & Jl
tense Agony. K
DATTON, O.. Nov. S.-Local dK
circles sound the pralees ofTJjr
Short, who came here from
talne to act as usher at.e,rKHB
Wilson wedding. It was f
friends that ho did not rei:.r
as usual, and that ttoflUSg W,
tlal ceremony his face. "uf Sa.Wk
ened by smiles, bore a ierj w -
prcsslon. vnwpver. had fBi
None of the guests, however. ' ,tf Mt
conception of the great dl fflcuw anUttfc
which he performed his wcw w Mfc
heroically suffering lnnroert
der that the wedding programme r
come oft as planned. 1.-rnedtl1Bkt
After the wedding it a&W
Mr. Short had just come from a jm
Ing game of football. In whlcft
seriously Injured. Dr, 0( M
amlned him. found tffien. Kfc
young man's rlbBjmbcenjroB
CORRALS MOUNTAIN PASS. .
Southern Pacific Awarded fcnfcfc
Right of Way by the Court S
PHOENIX. Arta.. kr il.
known pass through the Roc jj
tain system has been aw jdfiMJ
Southern Pacific e
Doan. The Judgment g t of JW
ern Pacific the contested rig
for eighteen miles between a
Dudley'lllo along the GUa
diately below a d can mb
where not more than one
Its way through. The lbftt u H
based mainly on the i c jnapJ-JM?
Southern Pacific had Wed t,. M)
the Tucson Land office H
thoso of the Santa