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J .vymob xoVember i. 190. THE BAlA LAKE TRDBXHSnjl. page fifteen ji FH
I'Sf v- Slain fit.; large cor. lot;
lM(jlfl',ll,;i; nil for $2000; terms.
J23fl cash. $12.50 mo.
iJKjin' in e nr. car line, built
H& "r"' tT cash. $10 mo
5Strtr, R'"nvfv brick cot.: flno loca
m&:L "'close'-; $2500; W cash.
SfLrffa . hrick- North Bench (new);
Sfeifi? INVESTMENT CO..
9- ZnS 5-ROOM BRICK COT-
Ift-r ALL. BARGAINS!
SllS'fnTtarn. oasy terms. $750
W ir loi easy S. E.. $sx.
5 Snot. N. E.. 2O0O
tl h 6ant for home. J2S0O.
BouStirul. 3 A $1200.
B Brlgham. $15,000.
Sl B&l'rS S W. 2nd So., rooms
-7rGi7l0l'SE. LOT 60X150,
5cM ft 13-room. moil.
6 on 4th B.. $SCW. cheap; 10
,(W'"'o0 B st., $4500; 3x8 lot on
.Wr o "lO? on ?th So., close to
TTmILES FROM R. R-. IN
iii'lllvatod and water night and
Proved; must soil; make ua
MggS& h. E Co.. 63 w. snd
E ' MEEKS.
' hHck 4M-x9 and 16-foot r. of
11 sldl a snap; only $1500;
fL brfcfc, no lot. 5th So. E.. only
-trick, 6 E. 7th So.; barn; only
nodarii. line j lot, a handsomo
JVesT; $1050; 3-rod lot
S$mr Uh So.. $1500. 2-rol lot
S"or1o moro lots In Hack
Sffih B. $100 each; $10 cash.
ITnth. no Interest; no taxes.
cTVUgl 310 Atlns bile.
ffottage So. E . 2 lots, small barn.
j?o$. shade, fruit; $1100; easy
SbDDARD INVESTMENT CO.,
r ilndtr AVnlkcr's Bank. c903
-nis on 1st West near South Tom-udJ-room
house; goes for $2700 this
ti a chicken ranch that wc arc
U All for just half Its worth. Will
hi lucky one
i G, C, Rlchtcr Co., Main St., over
Ton theater. cS2j
I CHEAP BUILDING LOTS.
lSa rcd5. Second at. and F, $0500.00,
fed corner for terraces.
J Tint t. near U. $12X.
l&isfect to alley, First South, near
b W., ?0.
UliV.K rod?, Oth E. South. $450.
trk-k, el. light?, plumbing, lot
c'lum, pavement, $30C0.
ifcv 5-r brick cottage, so. front. 2nd
tel Wtst. Largo veranda, massive
bn, finest natural-wood llnlsh
trhont. Porcelain bath, best plumb
itJ tL lights Paved walks and
rnJk to Main st. Large board fence
fc.ands. k. West First South, $900.
ami M, Ashton, 001-3 News bldg.
STJ.L SACRIFICE TO SELL QUICK,
iiadtrn brick, bath, furnace, barn,
i3 roJj, East Bench, $4250, S1250 cash,
3siUy bring $5000 next spring. Rented
HI Addrcis P O box 323. c799
trOL1 WANT A HOME IT WILL.
Ujw to Investigate this. S2lxS feet
tccrctr, ono block north of Liberty
a. P. Big shade trees on lot. Will
Ui fire-room pressed brick cottage on
irsdi for $1500; part on 0 years time.
!rnr, CJ4 East Sth South st. cSOO
LVE OP THE BEST VACANT RESI
ttcorntra in the city, 7x10 rods, near
tepiaand F sts.r at a geat sacrifice;
Birf EU price, Wicks. C3 So. State.
?! U0ME IN TOWN FOR PRICE.
arn frame, well built and In ck
fiipe; bath. lavatory; E. L. $125
1 and grate, screens, sliding doors;
la ftS to alley; lino two-story barn;
tcts fruit trees; cement walks, lino
front; 2.250 buys It with $300
:bcatetl S, e. In fine i.elgliborhood.
t Little, t W. 2nd So. c675
WM MODERN BRICK. EAST
grtw In. C5l 3rd E. cC&l
iK YOU BUY OR SELL.
'j(3l i mind tho fact that
JCJte correct abstracts,
gaKalnst all ei-rors In title.
1 nil details of purchase or ealo.
ll ,.a ?ornr Abstract Co.. Inc..
So,( un,icr Dcseret Bank.
CROJIAR, 112 W 2ND SO.. IP IN
gjgjoSalt Lake real estate. clC7
?caIBUN'B CLASSIFIED COL
JTi more real eatato ads. than all
Sur. WPprs combined, and the ads.
&? .V7 Bocause The Tribune,
gjj 'or this class of business
?Sii09E.?N' LIGHT PRESSED
. Zl ,la11 bnth. closets, panlrv.
li;illnt-. 170 12111 EaBt- Inquire
Ik-lg- 5t- cTOl
57nl.HERE TOU ARE.
afl imh 9onsldcr this proposl
K an up A- J- Jenkins, 729 So. Sth
1TJA W.,,BA,??1NS- U- P
yLJ. Ills. 15 W. 2nd So. mlS37
tJ'WrJ. under Walker'c bank.
bS. TOffi HOUSE, PLOWING
i, Fulrricr avo., cor. 7th AV.
ijTr-r . . x40o
SSSNinATj pSTATE 1NY. CO..
l- and loan brokers. 251 Main
Br5aEAi ?,S?ATB- THAT'S
pLfoa-. 149 Main; red ball signs.
S.clSEBcllTM S,TATE STREET.
Sgrf Ch-h TelPhono Co. Inq.
rtEf0?EALTY COMPANY IS
Sfa 2, 0ur lur llst always
SU9. "L "TON, REAL ES
.IJscwb Bldg. bl011
iss Mfc01, 3x7 rods
Sfe"rinf:!?troni8 ,? 0,lr "ooks.
ifl?h But1 brlc,c- 3 rms.. modem,
fMWzt" ' '" Cf!,,ar' 310 rods.
KT'.nris. frAmmtKl ' now. cth So
Bh4 ftnm?nrUth KaBt
Bfed &vJw,d, I'rlcea. im'
feSffiiKt ABSTRACT CO.
nd s, Tel. 20y. U1027
FOB SALE REAL ESTATE.
TUTTLE BROS., NO. 110 MAIN ST.
Four ,(1) years of prosperity; that'B
what you now have beforo you. Real
estate will surely advance materially.
Now buy! Buy carefully. Call and talk
with ua beforo you take anything. All
wo ask Is that you look over the cltv.
then call on us and If we can't show
you better bargains, buy ot someone oloo.
It costs you nothing and pleases ua to
show you. Whether you want a home
or business proporty, wo aro suro wo
can suit you. Hero aro a. few bargalnH
from our Immense list. It will pay you
to Invcstlsnio them.
203120x100 ft. on State st., nr. C. & C.
bldg., for only 517W.
27& 17xlC5 ft. on 1st So., nr. State st..
for $135 per ft. Either ono of those will
mako you rich. If you hold 11. Buv it
for your boy. He will be rich when
2079 An S-room modern stylish thor
oughly well built residence. So. front, on
! First st., with furnace and large lot.
$1200 (formerly valued at $7E00. It's a
2P36 A neat 7-r. mod. fr. ho. on Cth So.
st., valued at $2000. to trade for 10-r. ho
valued at $4000 or $5000, arid pay cash dif
ference 242O-C00 lot3 on W sldo for $2000.
Ibn fl-r. fr. ho. N. E, bench, east front
age, only $1400; cash $700. bal. at $17.60
a mo. anil no hit charged; rents for $15
per mo. If you can't pay $700 down, tell
us how much you can pay: owner means
to sell at once.
2261 C-r. mod. now bk.. N. E. bench,
23S1 A B-r. mod new bk., best part of
city. $2700; easy terms. This place Is
cheap (worth $3000).
. 2177 Mod. G-r. new bk.k N. E., $2200;
cash. bal. easy; worth seeing.
Wo have some houses S. E. part near
car. for 31000 to $1SC; can sell $100 down
and bal. Ilko ronU
2753 Fine G-r. bk. cot., mod , and lot
5x10. fine barn, fenced, etc.; Interior
walls of It are solid brick, porches, etc.,
$3250. Tho owner, a California man,
writes for an offor at once. It is No. 715
E. 4th S. st See It.
Building lots bet Brlgham and 3rd sts.,
with water and sower pipes laid, from
?SO0 to $1200; such prices hard to beat.
Tuttle Bros , Progress-Herald bldg. cS22
$2500 SPLENDID 7-ROOM HOUSE,
bath, toilet, olectrlc light, reception hall,
good lot; a bargain, North East,
$C250 S-room brick, bath, tollot, laun
dry, furnaco, reception hall; Brlgham st.,
not v6ry far out,
SSOOO 15 acres on East Bench; all In al
falfa. 37 acres. State St., near 15th South,
$135 per acre.
Building lota. 33x140 ft.. 7th South,
street car service and city water, $100
A few lots in Perkins nddltlon, Oth E.
and 11th South, at $125 each, payments.
$35010x130 ff, Sth West, near 2nd
$1500 10x116 ft.. East 1st South.
Weir, 3G W. 2nd South. cS2
HEAL ESTATE WILL ADVANCE
from now on.
Hore arc some genuine snaps:
2x7 with right of way extra, on Pth
E.. near 5th South, ?C50.
39x115 ft., right of way extra, Cth So.,
near Sth E.. $750.
5x10. on 12th East. $1050.
20x20, -1 blka. from new postofflce,
7-room new modern pressed brick, bath,
toilet, sewer, 2xl0 lot. East Side, $3150.
Neat 5-room oxtra woll built house,
2',fxl0 lot, flth So. Oth E.. $1700.
5-room brick and 100x125 ft. lot. fruit
trees. So. E.. $1450.
2x8 to alleyway, oth So. 12th E $500.
Many bargains at my office; out this
out and see me; it appears but once,
O. F. PETERSON. 53 W 2nd St.
FINE RESIDENCE" LOTS ON EITH
cr side of Liberty park, also Oakley.
Prices low and terms to suit. City wa
ter, street car, shade trees. Cement
sidewalks now being laid in Oakley.
Hubbard Inv't. Co., 7S W. 2nd So. cSVl
IT WILL. PAY YOU TO GET OUR
prices on those handsome G, 7 and 9-room
modern pressed brick homes on N. E. cor.
3rd nnd J sts. Honest-built houses at an
A. McKellnr & Co., 03 W. 2nd So. cS53
Now ' C-room mod. brick cottage on
north bench, handsomely furnished, for
$3350; easy terms.
A. McKellar & Co.. G3 W. 2nd So. cS54
LITTLE & LITTLE,
LARGEST AND BEST LIST
7-room, two-story pressed bi. por. bath,
toilet. E. L.. 3 blks. from new P. O , E.
side, reduced to $3150.
On W. T near Gth So. we have a flno
S-room brick, por. bath, toilet. E. L.. slid
ing doors, two halls, fine woodwork, $125.00
mantel, good barn, lot 2xS, reduced from
$4500 to $3700. Lot us show you this houso;
you'll buy It when you see It.
I-room frame, hall, pantry, closet, fold
ing doors, 1 blks. from county bldg.,
3x10 facing E.. with good 3-room brick,
on 2nd E. near 7th So., $1000: terms.
Near O. S. L. depot, a good 7-room, two
Gtory home, with 3xl0 rods of ground
(fac. South), for $2150.
A beautiful cottngo on Gth at., fac. So.;
pressed br 5 rooms, 2 halls, por, bath,
toilet. E. L.. cemented cellar. $2950.
G-room frame, modern, lot 2x7. N. E.
Beautiful cor. on 10th E. and 2nd So,,
A fine 7-room pressed brick, mod. In
every way. largo lot, pood barn, near 10th
So. and State. $3500, $00 cash.
3x7, fac. S: and E. on 3rd st , worth $2100,
with a fine brick houso. -1 rooms, hall, por.
bnth, toilet, E. L.. cellar, etc.. a bargain
at $2400 (Eastern owner). $500 cash.
10-room nearly new pressed brick, mod
ern and elegant in every way, southern
exposure. Best section; close In on 1st st.,
Little &. Little. No. 4 W. 2nd So. cS5G
THE HOME TRUST & SAVINGS CO.
J2500 7-room modern houso and 3x10 rods
of land on Oth East st-, barn, trees,
jS5007-room modern brick residence on 4th
St., facing south; close In.
To trado for city proporty, 160-acro
farm In Idaho.
Tho Homo Trust & Savings Co., 6-S-10
W. 1st So cS57
DO IT NOW.
Real estate is bound to go higher with
in GO days. If you Intend to purchase a
homo or building lot you will save money
If you buy now.
You will find on my list nny kind of
property you are looking for at right
prices and tcrm3. Would like to sell tho
7-room mod., 2-story residence on Is st
G-room mod light pressed brick cottage.
Muln st.. 100 feot frontage, $4200.
G-room cottage on Sth East and 5th
South. S1W0. P1,
Neat 3-room cottage near Gth So. and
11th. Eust. $1200. A ,
G-room mod. brick cottage, barn, Sth at..
Bouth front, $2500.
Now G-room mod. residence, furnace, lot
2x7 rods to alley, on J st, $3250.
A new handsome S-room mod. residence,
located on 11th East near 1st South, will
cither rent or sell It. On very easy terms.
A. Rlchtcr, 19 West 1st South. 'Phones
50x135 FT.. WEST FRONT ON 11T1I
East between Gth and Gth So., a bargain.
S-room mod. br. on East 1st So. Large
lot, elegant home, for $$500.00.
Lots on Oth West bet. 3rd and 4lh So.,
that can bo sold for $150.09 each, on good
terms and low rate of Interest.
4-room frame on U street between 2nd
and 3rd at., $1200.00; $200.00 cash; bal.
Now i-room br. cottage, clo.so In, bet.
3rd and 4th East and Gth and 7tli So., o. I.,
water In house; $200.00 caBh: bal. monthly:
low rato of Interest, $1700.00.
Houston Real Estate Inv. Co., 251 Main.
FOR SALE HEAL ESTATE.
K.ELSEY & GILLESPIE, 22 E. 1ST
From our largo and varied list wo call
attention to a fow splendid Investments.
Mod. brk., 10 rms., so. front, 1st So. st.
G-rm. cottage, lot 41x105 ft. E. 1st So Bt.
$150.) i $4500
7-rm. mod.brlck."".!" st., near 1st street,
Cozy 5-rm. brk., 6th So., near Main.
House, 9 rms., lot GG feet, so. front,
$1400-Bldg. lot. i2xlG5. So. and E.
front, 7th and "J."
$1250-Corner, lG5xlG5 ft.. 10th nnd "D" st.
$2S00-Corner lot, 140x150 ft., 5th E. and
Oth So. st.
$450 Lot 50x130 ft., good foundation, car
$250 per foot, 40x132. next postofflco.
$225 per foot, near ICnutsford, Stato st.
$150 per foot, So. Temple, near Valley
$1100 buys 4 lots, 40x132, nenr D. & R.
$5500 buys Langtry farm, 140 acres, 12th
$4000 Tho bent and cheapest 5 acres on
the marlcot, houso u rooms, car Uric, So.
Again we say thiB Ic a buyor's market.
ICelsoy & Gillespie. 22 E. 1st So. st,
G-ROOM MODERN BRICK. EAST
4- room frame, East Side, $2000.
5- room frame, lot 5x10, easfon Brlg
hnm, only $5000.
-1-room brick, modern, small, lot 3x10.
east, on 1st South, $5000.
Lot 100x125 foet; this la a bargain, N. E.,
i 1-9x8 rods, on 2nd West, between 1th
and Gth North; will sell or trndo Tor
small plnco S. E.
An elegant building slto on E between
1st and 2nd. Lot 5x10. only $5000.
If you contemplate buying lome In and
look over our list.
In addition to a fine list of dcsirablo
homes and elegant building sites wo havo
cheap lots. In good locations, for salo
on easy terms.
Homer & Robertson. Real Estate. FIro
Insurance, Loans Main and First South,
(under Deseret Bank). c929
152 W. 2ND SO.
$3450 ; 7 rm. brk., bath, pantry, fine loca
tion, close In, on 4th st; a great bargain.
$$500; line 9-room modern brick residence,
best part of Brlgham St., this Is an excep
$7500; handsome residence, 9 rms., pr.
brick, strictly modern, 5th E.
$2150; 4-rm. modern brk; 5th So.; new.
$1000 ; 4-rm. framo; Alameda a v., near
Call on us before buying.
Pritchard & Poo. managers R. E. dept.
W llson-Shorman Co.. 62 V. 2d So. Tel. 192.
C. W. MILLER. REAL ESTATE AND
loans. 112 W. Second South st.
$900 COTTAGE OF S ROOMSr SUM
mer kitchen, pantry. 3 lots, plenty of
shade. 41 Aberdeen st., near 2nd West.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FRESH COW. CALL 1G7 2ND
street, after 12 m. c925
FRESH MILK COW. 5G3 SOMERBY
St.. bet. 5th nnd Cth South and Gth nnd
7th West c935
FINE, GENTLE DRIVING HORSE
and buggy, cheap. Call before Tuesday,
231 S. 2nd East. cP3S
150 HENS, PULLETS, COCKERELS;
cheap; haven't room for them. Call Sun
day, cor. 4lh East and Sth avc., Water
loo car. cS99
RUBBER-TIRED CRITTENDEN LAN
dau; good as new. J. P. Fowler, 57 S
W. Temple. cS93
THOROUGHBRED JERSEY COW;
fresh In January. Call 1351 South Ninth
CIGAR STORES. GROCERIES, HARD
ware business, drug stores, hoarding and
rooming-nouses, etc. V. P. Hlskoy, "Bus
iness Chance" Broker, 401 Auerbach build
ALL KINDS OF LAND SCRIP FOR
sale. If you want to locate Government
lands, I cun save you time and money.
V. P. HJskey, "Business Chance" Broker.
101 Auerbach building. oS29
GROCERY STORE CASH BUSINESS;
prlqo $250; rent $10. Call 132 S. State st.
HENS, PULLETS AND COCKERELS.
1259 So. 11th East. (-672
GOOD YOUNG HOUSE AND WAGON;
cheap. 1269 So. 11th East. cS7l
NEARLY NEW, 'Jf'OD LUCK HOT
blast stovo; lino heater; ccst $25.00; tuko
$15.00. 423 E. 3rd South. cS74
GOOD SPAN WORK MULES; CHEAP.
Call 201 Dooly blk. c$S0
NO. 1 FRESH COW; BIG MILKER.
G37 East 7th So. cSlS
ONE ROULETTE TABLE; ALSO DICE
and poker table, counters and shelving;
ono grocer's coffee-mill; Imitation leath
er furniture; cheap. O. K. Furniture Co.,
30G So. Stato. tel. 1051-z. cSGO
FURNITURE OP 2 ROOMS FOR
light housekeeping; rooms for rent. 372
So. Main, room 23. eSI2
SINGLE H-VRNESS AND BUFF-ORP-lngton
chickens. 1G1 E. oth So. cS14
NOW IS THE TIMI3 TO GO INTO
business. We" ask you to read theso of
fers; Rooming-house, ono of tho best; can
bo bought vory cheap and on easy terms.
Confectionery, swell llttlo place, only
Groceries Ono for $409, ono $00,
ono $1000, ono $3000.
Restaurants Ono $200, ono $250. ono $450.
Boarding-house; a money-maker; no
reasonable offer refused.
The G. C. Rlchtcr Co., Main st, over
Bon Ton theater
P S. Wo havo Just listed a 32-room,
steam-heated rooming-house; price, only
BEAR SKINS. FIVE FOR SALE
cheap. Write today Homer Brou., Knight
LADIES' JACKETS, SEVERAL Dis
carded medium and small, good condition.
451 South Main (rear) cSOS
FOR SALE FINE CHANCE: ROOM
ing houso, eleven rooms, furnished, In
prosperous mining camp; clearing $100 per
month. Address J 2G. Tribune.
THOROUGHBRED WHITE LANG
sban cockerels, Call or address 333 So.
Eighth East o79
GOOD DELIVERY WAGON FOR
ralo cheap. 27 E. 3rd So. effil
NICE LARGE SIDEBOARD. IN
qulro at 135 So. 1st West. c603
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD. IOWA
stables. 123 W. So Temple. alios
CHICKERING UPRIGHT PIANO. IN
good Bhapo. $260. Clayton Musio Co., 109
yln St b535
FURNITURE FOR 7-ROOM HOUSE
and house to rent, 1 block from P. O.:
everything modern; upBtalrs rooms all
rented, Tel 1015. bl232
YOU CAN SELL ANYTHING
through Tho Tribune. Ads under this
head frequently attract many Inquiries.
In every city some ono paper Iiob tho
call for this class of advertising.
VERY CHEAP. UPRIGHT PIANO.
Call at Rfiom 210. Atlaw block. al49
SALOON; CHEAP; GOOD LOCATION.
Address P. O, Box 40G. c3
OLD ESTABLISHED BUSINESS; 1N
volco about $3500; line stand. Thomson's
Real Estutn Co., G3 W. 2nd So., room S.
PATENTS GUARANTEED, PATENTS
nocured or freo return. Send modol or
sketch for freo opinion as to patentabil
ity. Send for Illustrated guide book and
list of Inventions wanted; llnest publica
tion Issued for free distribution. Contains
valuable Information regarding patents,
trademarks and copviigiits; how to ob
tain and sell thcVa; 100 mechanical move
ments, etc. PatcVitn secured by us adver
tised freo In tho patent record. Sample
copv free. Addrcsa Evans.'WUkinH & Co.,
registered attorney, D00 F street, Wash
ington, D. C
100 LOTS FREE.
Applicants sending ntamp will rocolvo
deed of lot, size 25x100 feat, suburb, Now
Yoik. 20th Century Realty Co., G Wall
Htrcf t. New York. bS4
A $300 LOT FOR $30.
WIho men buy lots when they aro cheap
and sell when prices aro high. Now Is
tho timo to buy a lot at Manitowoc Beach,
tho now townslto located on north shore
Lake Michigan, midway between growing
commercial and manufacturing cities of
Manitowoc and Two Rivers, Wis., which
huvo a combined population of 25,00).
Manitowoc has the finest harbor on tho
Great Lakes. Plenty of work In either
city; 100 lots sold In paat 90 days; 40
houses will bo orocted next spring. Lots
will then bo worth $300 eaoh. You etui
now buy a 30x120 foot lot for $30 on pay
ment of $5 down and $2 per month without
Interest. Electric cars pass promptly
overy 20 minutes, and It Is only 15 min
utes' ride from either city. AVrlto today
for pints. Chas. R. Davis, Herman build
ing, Milwaukee. c754
STOCK OR BOND ISSUE REPUTA
ble corporation, mining, industrial or rail
road, wanted. Have overy facility for
selling 3amo on commission. Glvo par
ticulars. P. O. Box HG3, New York City.
ELLIOTT KINGSBURY & CO.
are paying tho largest dividends on cot
ton investments. Write for particulars.
90-9G Wall ot, Now York. o763
"GUIDE TO SUCCESS."
This booklot tells how $100 earned $700 in
6 days; $50 earned $300 in G days for our
customers. Complete information on
grain and stock markets sent with mar
lcot letter on receipt of postal. Logan &
Roach. Board of Trade, Chicago. c76G
, ONE DOLLAR A YEAR PROTECTS
you. Wo Issue moro accident and sickness
policies than any other similar company
in tho world, because wo Isauo the most
popular and cheapest Insurance written;
new plan, $1 u year pays for $500 policy;
no assessments or dues; other amounts in
proportion. Death benellt; weekh Indem
nity; specific lndcmnltv for loss of limbs
or eyesight; freo medicnl attendance;
many other original and popular features.
Issued to cither sex without regard to na
tionality, color or occupation. All claims
promptly and liberally settled.
INSURANCE ASSETS $600,000.
Rellablo representatives wanted every
where; good territory still open; llbernl
contract to capable agents; previous ex
perience not necessary.
THE INTERNATIONAL COMPANY.
231 Broadway, Now York. c75G
FOR SALE. GOOD-SIZED RESTAU
rant; very reasonable. Innulro at Co-op
Second-Hnnd Store, 224-226 State. o23
OUR SPECIAL BARGAINS:
5 rooms of 'urnlture, rent cheap J3C0
6 rooms of furniture, rent cheap .', 275
10 roorr.n ef furniture, rent cheap. 500
12 rooms of furniture, rent cheap coo
24 rooms of furniture, rent cheap 1200
Restaurant, best location 225
Barber shop, best location 575
Bakery nnd lunchroom ;so
Grocorlflo - ' 'oons: low arlc
Rege Realty Co., F. M. Powen, manager,
rooms 16 and 17, No. S West 2nd So.;
BUSINESS CHANCE BROKEB.
IP YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL
any kind of business see
V. P. HIS KEY,
401 Auerbach building. 1G2 Main st. aCOSS
MOVING AND STORAGE.
REDMAN VAN AND STORAGE CO..
moving, packing and shipping. "Phono 555.
Office. 12C and 123 S. W. Templo. hlfrlS
KIMBALL'S TRANSFER VANS. MOV
ing, storage and com'c'l hauling. 19 W.
1st So. 21SS-X u903
UTAH SCREEN AND JOB SHOP.
General contractors of all kinds of new
or repair works; stair, store fronts, fix
tures and buildings. W. Love & Co., 41 S
West Temple st Tel 21G7-Z. Ind., 1204.
UTAH POULTRY AND EGG CO..
headquarters for fancy poultry. Buv and
Roll all times. Fancy live and dressed. Al
ways reliable. Fancy eggs for setting,
10S W. 1st South. Tel. 40-1. mico
HAY, GRAIN AND COAL.
J. D. MU1R. 109 E. 2ND SO., TEL,
2041-x; 112 W. 2nd So.. Ind. tel. 2M',. c513
SCHOOL FOR COOKING.
GRACE TELLE CANNON, INSTRUC
tor. 24 E. So. Temple, city. c Sl-l
NEW AND SECOND-nAND EN
glnco, boilers. Clark mills, crushem, rolls,
pipe of all alzco, anglo Iron, shcot stool,
blacksmith outfits, blowers, pumps, steam
and gnaollno hoists, electric motors, rails,
pipe fittings of all kinds and flizca, new
drill otoel 1 SO-h.-p. automatic Corlcss en
gine, new: 2 GO-h.-p. Tubular boilers In
battery, 1 9x15 Blake crusher, 1 sot 14x23
Fraaer & Chalmers rolls, 1 set 14x2S Wall
rolls, lot of oyanldo pumps, 1 4-ton Fair
banks scales, 1 2-ton Buffalo scales, 1
G-drlll air compressor. Tolephone 23?2-K.
J. M. Swera, 33G South Third Went, bl334
FOR THE WINTER AT OSBORNE'S.
71 E. 4th So. Ind, Tel. 147G. n097
PRIVATE HOME FOR CONFINE
mont cases. Mrs, Lizzie Gelsler, 330 W,
3rd North; Boll 'Phone G61-K. b2202
BY TEACHERS AND PUPILS
Spoclal to tho Tribune.
PROVO, Nov. 12. Tho meeting of par
ents given In tho atako tabernacle last
evening was successful in every particu
lar. A good audience greeted Pr6f. W. M.
Stewart of the University of Utah, who
talked to them about tho kindergarten
system of education and manual training
aa presented at the Stato University. Prof.
Stewart used stcrcoptlcon views taken
from tho various departments of tho Unl-
A. A. S. RITE NOTICE. THE FOUR
co-ordlnato bodies of the A. A. H. Rite
of Freemasonry In tho Valley of Salt
Lake, Orient of Utah, will hold their
Tourth reunion In the Masonic hall. Salt
Lako City, commencing tomorrow (Mon
day) nt 9 o'clock a. m. and continuing
four days. All sojourning members of
the Rite nro cordiully Invited to attend
and assist In tho work.
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL, 31 Dcg.,
A. A. S. RITE THE FOUR CO-ORDI-nato
bodies of tho A. A. S. Rite of Free
Masonry hold stited meetings the third
Thursday In each month at Unity hall,
No. 140 So. Second East atroot. Sojourn
ln brothron Invited
WILLIAM J. LYNCH. 32 dcg.
W. M. Jordan Lodge of Perfection No. 2.
W M. James Lowo Chapter of Rose
Croix No. 1.
IRA O. RHOADES, K. C. C. IL
Commander Salt Lake Council of Kadosh
FRED CLEM SCHRAMM,
K. C. C. H.,
M, of K. Utah Consl3tory No. 1
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL, 33 dec.
Roglstrar for All tho Bodies.
a ARGENTA LODGE NO. 3, F.
and A M. At Masonic hall, first
TsJSTTuesday of each month. Mcmbors
' vof sister lodges and sojourning
PRANK P. SHERWOOD. W. M.
MOSES C. PHILLIPS. Secretary.
WASATCH LODGE NO. 1, P. AND A.
M. Masonic hail, second Friday each
month. Members of slater lougos and so
journing brethren in pood standing In
vltod. A. BROWN, W. M,
A. J. LOWE, Secretary.
MT. MORIAH LODGE NO. 2. F. AND
A. M Masonic hall, second Monday each
month Members of sister lodgos and so
journing mombors In good standing In
vited. JAMES H. BROWN. W. M.
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL, Secretary.
EL KALAH TEMPLE. A. A. O. NT. M.
S. Third Wednesday 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, T O. O. P..
meets overy Wednosday night at S
o'clock, I. O. O. F- templo. Visitors wcl
como. H. J. CREAGER, N. G.
J. C. SMITH. Secretary.
I. O. O. F TEMPLE DIRECTORY:
Subordinate lodgeB meot as follows:
Utah lodge No. 1, Thursday.
Salt Lake lodge No. 2, Friday.
Jordan lodge No. 3, Monday.
Rldgley lodge No. 9, Thursday.
Enterprise lodge No 15, Wednesday.
Fidelity lodge No. 17, Wednesday.
Mystic lodge No. 22, Monday.
Oqulrrh encampment No. 1, second nnd
Golden Rule encampment No. 2 first
and third Tuesdayii.
Naomi Rebekah lodgo No. 1, second and
Miriam Rebekah lodgo No. G, first and
WOODMEN OP THE WORLD.,
WOODBINE CIRCLE NO. 41 MEETS
every Tuesday, 8 o'clock, at I. O. O. F.
SILVER MAPLE CIRCLE NO. 108
meets overy Friday nltfht at J. O. O. F.
FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA.
EVERGREEN LODGE NO. SSI MEETS
every Monday at I. O. O. P. temple.
B. W. MAYO. F. M,
WM. E. JENKINS, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS.
CALANTHE MYRTLE LODGE NO. 1,
every Monday, K. of P. halL
H. A. JOPLIN. C. C.
O. S. THOMPSON, K. of R. & S. uR95
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 23. IC 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 OP THE MACCABEES.
K. O. T. M. SALT LAKE TENT NO. X
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 Tuosday, 8 p.
m.. I. O. O. P. 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, 8 p. m., A. O. U. W
S. L. COUNCIL, 1517, 2ND AND 4TH
Thursday, Jennings block.
H. A. JOPLIN. Regent
E. L, JONES, Secretary.
DANISH BROTHERHOOD OP AMER
ICA. HAABET LODGE NO. IS. EVERY 1ST
and 3rd Thursday, I. O. O, F. temple.
vcrslty. The meeting was under tho direc
tion of the Tirnpanogos toachens, who fur
nished tho following programme:
Chorus by school children, "O, Happy
Invocation A. C. Sorcnscn
Chorus by school children, "Tyrolis and
Remarks Principal Powclson
"Hiawatha," dramatized by first-grade
Recitation Zonna Hoover
Lecturo ..Prof. Stcwurt
Scxotto Tlmpanogos school children
Marriage license has. been issued to Jo
seph H. Huff, aged 29. and Elizabeth W.
Ferguson, aged 22, both of Lake Shore.
An abstract of Judgment handed down
from Judgo J. A. Howells at Ogdcn, was
filed In tho Clerk's ofllce today. Tho
Judgment was granted In favor of W.
Farr & Co. against Wr. Roylanco for $10.75
and $3.70 costs.
Tho fifth anniversary of the opening of
tho.Macser school was celebrated by tho
children on November 9. An appropriate
programmo wns presented, consisting of
songs, choruses and "History of tho Llfo
of Dr. Macsor" was given by Master
Hardy. Tho Macner school history was
well arranged und read by Miss Besslo
Isaac Bullock, who has been visiting In
Provo for Eorao time, has relumed to his
home at Lono Tree, Wyo.
Roger Farrer, Oscar Young, James Mel
drum and Andrew Knudsen of Provo loft
for El Paso, Tex., yesterday to attend tho
National Irrigation congress, which Is to
bo held there.
Mariingo llconao was Issued to Don C.
Clayton, aged 22, of Provo Bench, and
Arolla Burr, aged 17, of Burrvlllo. A cer
tificate of consent was signed by tho
parents of tho bride.
Tribune's Ogden Bureau 1 I; ) I
2486 WASHINGTON AVE. TELEPHONE 111. I " IS '
1 Advertising Rates Furnished cm. Application. 1 f .'
1 m. m
AT THE HEALY H0l"2L.
When you come to Ogdcn, opposite the
union depot. Tho celebrated Ostcrmoor
felt mattrcsBcs In overy room. Sample
rooms nnd cafo In connection.
H NATURAL LITIIIA WATER. I
J "Makes everything Good." M
H P J Klestjl & Co.. Ogden. 1
I RIeger & Llndley, Salt Lake. Dla-
W. D. BLOSSER. J. L. BLOSSER.
YoUr Thlr3t Parlor, 2477 Washington avc.,
OGDEN DEFEATS ELKO
IN GAME OF FOOTBALL
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. Nov. 12. Tho Ogden High
School football team defeated the Elko.
Nov., team today by the score of 35 to G.
Ogden outplayed Elko at every point of
the game, and plowed her way through
tho athletes from tho Sagebrush Stato
llko a shuttle.
Six times a husky Ogdenlte wns pushed
over tho lino for a touch-down, but once
Tracy missed goal and left the score S5
Tho lineup was as follows:
Carvel c Sharman
McMullcn r. t Tracy
J. McMlllen '. 1. g Fair
Dolta 1. t Scuddcr
Grlswold I. e. Craig
Rankin r. e Calvert
SImson ..... 1. h. Boylo
Carry r, h Murphy
Henry f. b. Browncll
Wright r. g. Horn
Smith q. b Campbell
Ham Yek, sometimes known as Ham
Park, a Chinaman, had a hearing today
beforo United States Commissioner ua
loncy. He was charged with being In this
country In violation of the provisions of
the Chinese Exclusion Act, but produced
a certlflcato of residence which the Com
missioner believed was authentic and gen
uine, nnd ho was accordingly discharged
A. K. Gibson and John Cooper, who
were arrested for cruelty to animals, were
found guilty by Judge Howoll tonight
and will bo sentenced Monday.
Arthur Green returned today from a
throe weeks mission to the northern
The Ogden-Goldlleld Mining company
met tonight and declared a second divi
dend of $100 per share. The company
owns a lease on the Jumbo vein at Gold
lleld and has Btruck It rich. Tills is the.
second dividend in two weeks. A tele
gram received from Gold Held tonight says
that a carload of ore taken out today
yielded $30.S23 In gold.
Charles P. Walking, one of the oldest
and most highly respected citizens of Og
den, died at S.20 this evening at his home
on Twenty-first street of pneumonia. Ho
leaves a large family, among whom is
Mrs. Peter Watson.
Browning Bros, today begun tho erec
tion of an addition to their big repair
shops The new building will oe con
structed Just south of the present build
The Young Men's club of the Congre
gational church havo arranged for a
chicken dinner at the Church, Wednes
day, November 1C.
At tho First Methodist church this
evening. Rev Samuol Blair, pastor, at
7 '.30 o'clock tho following sacred concert
prcsrammo will bo lundered:
Anthem "I Will Bless tho Lord". ...Hall
Anthem "Save Me, O God" Dungan
Anthem "Oh Come, Let Us. Sing".. Lewis
Solo J. Smith
Anthem "I Will Praise Thee"...0'Kano
Quartette "That Beautiful Golden
Anthem "Sweet the Moments" Hall
Solo "Beautiful Islo" Mrs. Fred Hess
Trio "Holy Redeemer" O'Kane
Anthem "Praise tho Lord" Hall
Scats free. Come early.
John Scowcroft & Sons company. Fred
I. Klcsel & Co. and the Statevlllo Cream
ery 'company havo filed suit against tho
United Labor Mercantile company asking
for tho appointment of P. P. Dcnon as
receiver of tho property of tho defunct
concern. Judge Rolapp mude an order
appointing Mr. Denver as receiver and
ho will tako charse at once
George Swonson, the young man ar
rested by Sheriff Bnlloy on the chargo
of forgery. Is wanted In Blackfoot, Ida.,
on a similar charge, according to a tele
gram received from Sheriff Stears of that
city today. Swenson. however, wns not
In tho custody of the Sheriff, having
been roleased upon tho pnyment by hla
uncle of the amount of his peculations.
Doputy Sheriff Robert Shan has gone to
Hooper to find and rearrest the man.
Jako Snmmervllle of Nome. Alaska, Is
In tho city, en routo to his former homo
in Crlpplo Creek, Colo.
George Patch, Rio Grando yardmaator,
has Identified Harper nnd Morris, the
two men arrested in Salt Lake, as tho
men who held him up and robbed him
of his watch and money. Hho also identi
fied tho watch.
Dr. A. D. Hall, mining editor of tho
Los Angeles Times, was in Ogdcn today,
en routo to Butte.
The residence of J. M. Forrestall, mana
ger of tho Independent Telephone com
pany, wns entered by burglars about 1.30
or 2 o'clock this aftornoon and ransacked
from cellar to garret. Tho thlevcM entered
by way of tho transom over the rear door
and carried off a lot of clothing, a gold
ring and a shotgun. "Tho value was about
BAZAR TO RAISE FUNDS
FOR LEHi'S TABERNACLE
Special to Tho Tribune
LEI1I. Nov. 12. Tho women of LchI aro
hard at work on a buzur which will
run all next week In tho City pavilion
Every woman in tho city Is making some
thing, and- for a wcok carpentors have
been arranging tho booths. The bazar
will bo open day and evenings and re
freshments will bo served during the
entire time. Every ovenlng a programme
will bo rendered, tho different wards
changing with each other In furnishing
Everything exhibited will bo for sale,
and tho proceeds will go toward tho com
pletion of tho now tabernacle.
A. H. Horton and a corps of Govern-
j PARK CITY l Jl I
1 TRIBUNE BUREAU, J jj1! ' it IH
B Ol N Main rt Telephone 75. 1
DRIFTING ON 600 LEVEL H
AT WEST QUINCY MINE fj, ; H
Special to the Tribune. h
PARK CITY. Nor. 12.-J. V. Turner, su- I' ' IH
perlntendcnt of tho West Qulncy." carnc up 1 1?' '
from Salt Lake this morning nnd spent tho
day at the mine. For somo time past tho jl
entire forco at this place has been en-
gaged In tho work of drifting on the G09- lip ' I
foot level. It Is thought that by running Hi 1
this drift It will be possible to gcd rid of lp I
tho water much more easily than hereto- Sv
fore. Day before yesterday tho work of i y I IH
sinking was resumed and this will now bo I IK,
continued with all possible speed. Ijjv jH
Foreman John McGlvcn of the Silver ft '
King Consolidated camo up from Tintlc fl '
this morning, where he has been looking ' W ,
after some mining property. He reports I), ,
tho work of repairing and improving at' ifij , ' ' IH
tho mine progressing and that the mlno ! li
will resume work between now and De- u,' 'lLLm
comber L h
J. D. Sullivan, tho man who was taken ' V
III with pneumonia at tho Silver King last i
Tuesday night died at tho Miners' I103- IH
pltal last evening. Sullivan was a man f
about EO years old and asldo from a cousin ' il! jH
living In Park City, had no relatives In !';
this country. Ho had been in America 1 jH
about thirty years and had but recently ! IH
returned from a visit to his old home In :
Ireland. The funeral will tako place from l
tho Catholic church tomorrow afternoon H n
at 2 o'clock. A
Word was received here last night that D !
Alex Kohler of Midway waB killed yester- 1 , ll
day afternoon near that place. It seonw B U
that Kohler hnd gono up tho canyon after n .
a load of wood, and as he was returning itjH
home the wagon turned over, catching, M- fjH
Kohler beneath tho load of wood. The i
man was taken to his home, whero he died' z'l ijU
of his Injuries within a few hours. '" ijH
H. W. Culbertson left this morning fori j,
a brief visit with his parents In Grand I " IIH
Island, Neb. 1 i
Georgo Barton came up from Salt Lak:' i
this morning to look after his business in-1 Hi W IIH
tercsts In this place. nU a IIH
JUAB COUNTY REPUBLICANS ! I
ELECT THEIR ENTIRE TICKET! H
Special to The Tribune. ij'i
EUREKA, Nov. 12. The entire Rcpub-I j- jH
llcan ticket of Juab county, with ono ox-' j '. VM
ceptlon, was elected last Tuesday. Tho; '
ligures below show the total number of . Jji
votes cast for the successful candidates' j jH
and the pluralities received: !'!
Herbert Hopes, Republican. Representa-, Hj,
live, total vote In Juab county. 1401; plu-1 J,',
rality over Democratic candidate, 159. ' !(j
Henry Adams, County Attorney, Repub-, '. ijH
llcan, total voto In county, 1S37; pluralltvl 1J", lijH
over Edward Pike, Democratic candidate, mi
James B. Whitehead, Sheriff, Republl- .'' ijH
can, total vote, 1333; 'plurality. 70. V:!
B. Chrlstensen, Treasurer, Republican,! ijlH
total vote, 13S9; plurality, 118. . j'i liH
Miss Loulo Chanpel, Democrat, Record- ! 't, itjH
er, total vote. 1320; plurality over Repub-. 1 ' ijjH
Hcnn candidate, 2. ''' IIB
Jacob Coleman, Clerk, Republican, total '!
vote, 13S0; plurality, 151, 1 .' iH
A. M. Chrlstensen, Assessor, Republican, ..
total vote, 1336; plurality, 31. i iH
Harry Carter, Republican, Surveyor, to- ijil
tul vote, 1125. )' IIH
Henry Sperry. Republican, Supcrlnten-, fti H
dent of Schools, total vote, 1340; plural-1 Ji( ijijfl
ltv. 4S. I t; jfH
Hans J Hasscll, Republican, Commls-; jlf itJIH
sloner, 4-year term, total voti', 1431; plu- Jul 'IHH
ralitr. 15. i I' 1
John L. Ellertson, Republican, Co mm Is- I'll lijjH
sloner, 2-year term, total vote, 1331; plu-,1 ! IjH
rality. G5. ;;
Juab county gavo J. A. Mellvlllc, tho II i ,
Republican candidate for District Attor-; V. v ijjl
ncy, a plurality of 155, and W. F, Knox,' j !l fjjH
the Republican candidate, for Judge, a( I'l-1 ' IHiH
plurality of 31. liH
Georgo C. Whltmore, Democratic can- ) . IH
dldate for State Senator from the Eighth ijH
Senatorial district, was defeated by ncarlv: '
Tho returns havo not yet been received
from Fish Springs precinct In Juab coun- llf ijJIH
ty, but the voto in this precinct Is so 'i'j. lijH
small that it will not materially change ' L'i; IjjlJ
any of the Hgures given above. (If; IjiH
The remains of A. P. White, who was llf,
shot at Pish Springs on tho Oth inst by c . , itJH
E. R. Weed, were taken to Pleasant 'l T IjjljH
Grove this morning by Marshal Smith of S H i lljM
that city, who Is a. brother-in-law of tho !' lltjH
deceased. The dead man has several rcl- ' ii '
allvcs living in Pleasant Grove, and the. .)!' lijjH
burial will be conducted thero tomorrow. j'li lijijS
E. R. Weed, tho slayer of the dead man. . ! i itjlH
Is still In Jail In Eureka. Tho preliminary j j ijijjV
hearing will not bo hold for sovural days, i J I.
as It will require some llttlo time to get; it' ijjlH
witnesses from Fish Springs, which Is ': ijjij
about 10) miles from Eureka, with no , ! iitjV
telephonic or telegraphic connection. Tho itt, iH
road leading to that part of tho county I'M lljiH
Is a difficult one to travel. jl I . IH1H
Beginning tomorrow the San Pedro roll- I
way will inaugurate a new schedule for J1,! ijH
the trains running Into Tintlc, which will Wf ItjlH
bo of considerable benellt to tho patrons 51 1 litjlH
of that road In this section. Tho morning - , 1 lijjlH
passenger train will get Into Eureka near- lijH
ly an hour earlier, giving tho camp an 1 , litjifl
earlier mail. In tho afternoon tho train J'i lijijV
will dcuai-t for Salt Lake at 2:50. Better itjl
time will also be mado both going and ' j ItJH
comlnir from Salt Lnk:, j ' lplj
ment surveyors came down yesterday and U LLm
began tho final survey on tho now chan- ; lijjljjH
nel which will draw tho wjit.er from Utah ' n itjH
lake for the Salt Lake county farmers. !-' JlJijV
Tho Government representatives arc now; !j 1 ijjijV
engaged In making borings on tho. pro- itJH
posed lino of tho big canal, so as to Und ); '
out the nature of tho soli that Is to bo , 'i; ijjijV
removed, that a correct estimate of the vi! fjijjV
cost of excavation may bo obtained. ' p IjljV
D. P. Shooplng. tho night operator at . j'i
the Rio Grande Wostcrn Btatlon. will go 1 . ':.,J ijjijV
to work for a wcok wearing a bright cnl- j lijjiH
lco Mothor Hubbard dresB, having lost an, ';)' lijijV
election bet with F. H. Green, tho day' , 1 ijjH
operator. ( .-' iiH
Henry East Is going around town bare- 1 B
headed for a week, having bet that the ! 1 ijjijjV
Democrats would win at least one of tho , ijjijjV
29 candidates voted for on tho ticket in M, ' ijjijjV
this precinct. !'"' IjiH
Tho Marshal at American Fork, If he j'i'
pays his bet to tho City Marshal of Lehl. J lijiH
will shavo off one-half of his flowing iH
black mustache. , Ifjijl
Quito a consldorablo Democratic money .
went Into Republican pockoti as a result I
of tho election, the Democrats having,, -
as a rule, bot that Powers would bo olect- , : 1
cd, and scores of Republicans In this lo- 1 . iiH
callty are wearing now hats purchased by . , .
Democrats who were foolish enough to ;
think that Brother Spry did not know ijijl
what he was talking about. iiH
Tho Republicans will hold a big ratlfl- i,vj fH
cation In tho City pavilion. Tho affair .;l iiH
will bo "free and will Includo dancing. ' 1 .' ' iiH
a program of music and speeches, and -;J, ' ,
also refreshments. The Jolllllcatlon will r !;l iH
bo undi'r the auspices of the Young Folks' If, iiH
Roosovclt nnd Fairbanks club. r. pH