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tf AY&opG, NOVEMBER 20, 1904. imi SAXT Ti ATv"fi TKIBUISTB. PAGE FIFTEEN 1 H
i 'BSALE-REAi ESTATE!
JvJ JIEEKs! 310 ATLAS
SHmfiPi icres 3rd East nnd 12th South.
mPrsiiR. BRIGIIAM; ELEGANT
SfcSSwm brlcU; a beauty; 31LO00.
--rR J- MEEKS SELLS THE
1C" c,'' "' 'a
B-TtTER j WEEKS, 310 ATLAS
SfcSlni modern brick. 2JAX10 lot, faces
Hg East Jut South; a bis bargain;
ilJ54- Monoy C per cent.
m fco ml('f Poo brlCK' Ea9t:
SBf 'S.rtY. new, too; S31W
rsajU'J' c pcr ccnt n10noy.
' nfir brick, modem, another fino
Wffw th East: SS200.
5f. " 7 per cent money,
iroom rustic. 3x5-rod lot, near 1st st.-.
.Srd'Eaat and 12th South, a snap;
i all' cultivated; worth J2S00.
a c Pf nt money.
vLrcora modem pressed brick, a splen
,G jot 3x10. bam, etc., G rooms In
KS' on lm .East; ,
M'"" 7 per cent monoy
Lrtoni rlcsant pressed brick, the ftnost
jfflown .corner 6xG on Brlgham st ;
K. iSn't beat this; only S11.0C0.
rin nd South and 6th East; $3000.
E-sdi South and 4th East; $1050.
ui corner. 2nd South; $6Mu.
ju to alley. Main street, near 7th So.;
South and Main: only $S00.
Da bet. 7th and Sth So . Main St.; $500.
'corner. Crd South; S3300.
a feet. State street; $50,000.
Inn -ill you ten lots on East sldo In
ft-Stt's addition for $1000; $100 cash. bal.
tf-ms. no taxes, no Interest.
Y'lots, Haekelfs. 5203; 510 ensh. 55
r'ath no Interest,
fftltcr J. Mecks. 310 Atlas block.
' TJstTour properties with Walter J., 310
5 'iK: Mock. 7 sales last week. How
4 JKX the new movement, 51.OQO.000 for
Im? water supply 7 Why, that means wo
iilrtaclty. and the place in this Greater
V r?Lako to buv is at Walter J. Mccks.
!Q Estate, 310 Atlas block.
,f UcKELLAR & CO.'S BARGAINS.
5 1 BUILDING LOTS.
l!-Cor 7th E. and 10th So.
I ISC0-SxS. Sth E. and -1th So.
IvDXfcxlO, K street.
A'.Utjjv4xS, F street.
'iM0i-5xlP. K street.
ttJraW-SHslO. with r. of w.. E. 1st So., so.
i ' front.
i KWilO cor. 3rd sU close in.
liffrjO-S-rod cor, E. 1st So.; line terrace
jjli SKC' MODERN HOMES.
51; trVi-Tinndsome. new, modern pressed
3' ' trick home of 9 rooms, hardwood
finish, bathroom, toilet room, rccep.
nim, ball elc; choicest cor. lot on 3rd
2B' st, cannot be duplicated for $7000.
E$-4-room mod. brick on J St., furnace.
t mantel, etc.
i ESJ-7-rm. mod. brick. 2 blocks from
C5V-5-rm brick, close In, o. side.
Modern homes all parts of city for cash,
i,o oa easv terms.
' ire will save you money.
; A-McKellar & Co.. G3& W. 2nd So. clllC
jg I, A SNAP 5-ROOM COTTAGE. CITY
i Knttr lawn, shade, fruit trees, cellar.
3 'Wtfcien yard, outbuildings. $1250. $1000
W i oii. bol terms; owner leaving city; 11-13
Jt 'Srpnave. State Prison cars. C1305
1 ' WE HAVE SOME OP THE FINEST
4 i tea Jn Salt L.M10 from $450 to $12,000.
X ,i 4 we can save you money and give bet-
- tr terras than any one.
If If you are looking for vacant lots, wc
k I hve them In all parts cf tho city from
- . If you want a tam or a largo ranch,
$ i it have them.
2 f THOMSON REAL ESTATE CO..
- ' tffil nA West 2nd South st.
I n-EIG SNAP-7-ROOM MOD. BRICK.
! t!c to Brlgham st. Small payment and
lid a month buis It.
THOMSON REAL ESTATE CO.,
-.tSS fi3A W. 2nd South.
i' SEE US ABOUT THESE:
' fi)')-i-rnL frame, Alameda street.
V. EiKS'ew mod. brk.. -I rms.. Gth South.
c CO-7-rm. brk close in. 4th st., bargain.
I". Citap lots In all locations.
! Wlchard & Poo. managers R. E. Dept.
It 2ion-Shcrman Co., 52 W. 2nd So., tel. 492.
t . , , . TW0 SNAPS.
t ". lots on 7th East, facing east. 12 rods
a fotwh of Liberty park, for $325: other lots
. J.aKwe locally selling for $350 each.
l! JiJrp0111 modern, pressed brick, porcelain
. toilet, electric lights, two halls, slld-
i?rli20rs' '125 mantel, fine woodwork,
? harn ,ot 2laxS on West Tcmplo near
4 fw&ntn. $STW. Little & Little, No. 4 W.
fi South. C1075
f ' r!?E P.ESIDENCE LOTS ON EITII
W vilie. or Liberty park, also Oakley.
.W?" low and terms to suit. City wa
yJB1 trct car, shade trees. Cement
'iall;s now being laid in Oakley.
, tard Invt. Co.. 78 W. 2nd So. o.l
lijcHBAP BUILDING LOT, 3x7& RODS
ncdr Brlgham. $2100.
IjlJS W -Aid South. cips
" ti 5'H0"S THE LUCKY ONE7
5c- Jn rods- front by 10 rods deep, with right
) i ?;,East ls- South; only $1S00.
McKear & Co.. C3 W. 2nd So. cltt21
A!.W.,MILLER. REAL ESTATE AND
; 112 W Second South at.
f $ 0P THE BEST VACANT RES1
J S? torners in the city. 7x10 rods, near
SJr1? and P sta.. at a gi-cat sacrifice:
kJ iDd yet price,' Wlcko, C3 So. 'Stato.
ll KE"' Y0U BUY OR SELU
!? '1 mlnJ fact that
i o-, .6 correct abstracts,
t PLaintce.aPali18t ill errors In title.
if. ine t,Ucs'
fj 'i? tt'l details cf purchase or sale
villi- - Homer Abstract Co.. Inc..
A " and 1st So., under Dcgcrct Bank.
ttJLfOMR. 112 W. 2ND SO.. IF IN-
jejjn Salt Lake real eBtate. c!07
rEP,31RIBUjfB CLASSIFIED COL
2i Y- uu"riSn'' more rcal tstato ads. than all
1 Snu, naPc" combined, and tho ada.
ti tf.. r,V Vhy? Becauso The Tribune
. ScnM for this class of business.
( L If you ,HERE YU ARE.
I I kln,i ,ve vacant lot I will build you
I i Ir urn. a hnie. no money down; you
" ) "HiSS rent- Consider this proiosl-
a ca up A. J. Jenkins, 729 So. Sth
i in ETTE BARGAINS. U. P. R.
) -E. J Wills. 15 w 2nd So. ml ST?
"t I-' S rrPWIN'G-HOUSES.
I Goard. under V.'alkcr's bank.
I - . u2ii3
tuAMB HOUSE. FLOWING
4. ijr ' La'n 37 Fulmcr ave., cor, 7th W.
J ? SJi9K Keal estate INV CO..
A k, r,- '""e nnd loan brokers... 251 Main.
I J; nim
I f,!l' TuSIi! o RKAL ESTATE. THAT'S
l'tp-i!i-Broa-i "8 Main; red ball signs.
ilfifS,"or FE? ON STATE STREET.
SgDj Telephone Co. Ing. JCT
I rJftpODEL CO L
'?Wqua?iEaE REALTY" COMPANY IS
; Plo'M pI? for reaI estate. rentalB and
dBr 1:11 Horn nc'i!1 Qur ,a,'ec list always
SHf?. hullfi ?enul"e enaiM We also plan
P,U vtr Office, rooms It; nnd
Pntlknl 5 ban,c ' Phones. 1C3.5-IC.
S -SHlLilnKr; bSW
JS '-rtnSu ai, ASHTON. REAL BS
IKASTRACTS Or TITLE.
l! 7lU.ake V?,1' ABSTRACT CO.
W Uaa bUf a,nrdT00,-',,i county abstracts.
H 01k., 35 W. 2nd So. Tel. 23. ul27
TOR S ALE REAIi ESTATE.
R.EGE REALTY CO.
It would take so much space to toll you
of all our bargains that wo will not try.
but If you want a home or' a lot to build
on, or a Quo grocory store or cigar 3torc,
rooming-house or any lino of business, It
will pay you to call on us, as wo havo n
largo list and somo speclul bargains In
cottages for this week. Wc also mako
plans and specifications and do a general
F. M. Powell. Mgr., rooms 16-17, No. S
West 2nd South.
. IN MURRAY, A SPLECNDID 10-ROOM
brick house, lot 50x175 feet, located in tho
best part of this prosperous amoltcr town.
Tho house alone cost $C0CO to build. Will
sacrifice at $2050.
A splendid 4-room brick house, lot 53x
1G5 feet, near tho penitentiary. Tho lot is
Improved with fruit, shade and lawn;
good clilckon-housc, etc. Price $1SOO.
On 0th North near 10th West. 70x145 feet'
and good 1-room framo house, barn and
llowlng well. Must sell It at once at the
ridiculously low price of $575.
On 5th South near 1st AVest, lot 2x3
rodfl, with 6-room mod. br. cottace, 52SCO.
Will mako reasonable terms.
Havo more mod., up-io-datc houses on
my list than all agoncles combined. Would
like to soil quickly, tho new mod. resi
dence on 11th East and 1st So., the mod.
residence on 2nd st. bet. G and II, nnd
tho C-room mod. residence on Main st..
with 100 feet frontage.
. A. RIchtcr, 10 West 1st South, 'phones
C41. , clSTO
A BARGAIN. COSY HOME IN THE
city; sold by owner. Add. X 2, Tribune.
FOR BARGAINS SEE ME. I HAVE
several hundred thousand dollars' worth
of real estate which 1 own or control ex
clusively. You can get It only through
my agency. Some bargains. See me.
O. F. Peterson. 53 AV. 2nd So. clS?9
NEW S-ROOM, TWO-STORY MOD.
homo, corner lot, fino shado, cement side
walks, furnace; at sacrifice by owner.
Address X 3, Tribune. cl402
NONE OTH1SR AS CHEAP.
24x7 with light of way extra, Oth E.,
Sth So., $650; city water and car.
33X.115 ft., with rlRht of way, 5th So. bcL
Sth and Oth E.. $750.
5x10 on 12th H. near 4th So.. $1050.
Lots on AA'ost Temple nnd 9th So., $350
each; city water and car lino, cement
walks to business.
214x6, Oth and G, citv water, $300.
41'xlO and 1-room brick. 5th So. and 3rd
G-room pressed brick nearly new, closo
In, west side; cheap; calling distanco of
7-room new modern pressed brick, sew
er, bath. etc.. 214x10 lot, cast side. $3150.
Cut this out and see me. If what you
want la not here. I havo It at my office.
O. F. Peterson, 53 AV. 2nd So.
$5750 MOD. 9-ROOM BRICK, E. 2ND
South, south front.
$6250 Mod. S-room brick. Brlgham St.,
within walking distanco from Main
$2500 Mod. 7-room frame, northeast.
$1150 3-room brick. AVlllard court, 6th So.,
near AVest Temple.
?5C0O 15 acres, cast bench, all In alfalfa.
37 acres State St., near loth South,
dwelling and outhouses, $135 pcrv
5 7T4 21 rods frontage on 7th South st.
car line, city water, a great bar
gain. $ 2S5-r35xl30 ft. Sth AVest near 2nl South.
A few lots In Perkins's addition. Oth E.
and llth South, at $125 each.
' AATeIr. 36 AV. 2nd South.
S-ROOM MODERN BRICK, ELEGANT
house and location. B. 1st South.
Only two cottaRes left. They nro new
4-r"oom br., pantry, cellar, closets, el.
lights, water in house. Between Srd and
4th E. and 6th rfhd 7th South. S250 cash,
easy monthly payments. Low rate of In
C0xl43 feet, 13th East bet. 3rd and 4th
South. Small cash payment, bnl. mcnth
ly; low rate of Interest.
Houston Real Estate Inv. Co , 251 Main.
LIGHT PRESSED BRICK: EXTRA
well bult; 5-room modern -ottagc. large
hall, closets pantry, bath. 2 porches, large
basement; just completed. 170 S. 12th E.
st. See owner on premises. cl376
LEST YE FORGET.
We arc In tho business at R. 4, 131 Main,
over Bon Ton theater. The G. C. RIch
tcr Co. C1343
TUTTLE BROS., NO. 140 MAIN ST.
Fine lots; over 40 ft. frontage, lacing
on beautiful Liberty park, $100 to $500
each. These are really cheap. There's
monoy in 'em. Perfect titles and we nro
authorized to make easy terms, if wanted;
but no discount for cash.
AAfe have Just had two very fine new
brick cottages, modern and new, stylish
fronts, porches etc., fine lots, turned over
by a Denver mortgage company which
took 'cm on mortgage- They cunnot hold
them: must sell at $2500 each. You am
havo Immediate possession. They are S.E.
A contractor built his home on i2ih E.
at., nr. 1st So. Business obliged him to
go to New two months after he moved
In. It's a 5-r. mod. pressed brick, on
cor. lot. Intended to sell for J3O00. lie
now writes, "Sell It for ?2750." It's a
43' ft. frontage, ono block from the
"Temple" on a main st., facing S., for
only $1250 No. 2732. The cheapest iot of
fered In Salt Lake today. -
AVo havo several additions to dispose
of In the best and most 'apldly Improv
ing sections of the city. Several houses
on payments about the same as rent.
Call and sco us Costs nothing, and you
might be thousands of dollars ahead. Wc
handle exclusively over $1,00,000 worth
of Salt Lako rcal estate, mostly for salo;
can't be learned about elsewhere.
Tuttlo Bros., Progress-Herald bldg.
A GOOD TIME TO BUY A HOME.
A good lot only 2 blocks from new P. O.
4 rooms with summer kitchen, on 2nd E.
2 six-room houses In S.' E. part of town;
clthor can be bought on small payments.
4-room frame, Jlose In. a bargain.
2 houses on Eighth st.; payments.
C-room brick, south on 2nd West st
New 5-room modern brick, only 2 blocks
from new pootofflcc.
23 East First South at. cl353
GOOD LOTS NFAR AVATERLOO CAR
line, $125 per lot; $10.03 cash and $5.00 per
room house on ArCHt 2nd North, J11W.0O.
Frltsch. No. 12 E, 2nd So. Bt. - cl330
"BEAUTIFUL S-ROOM. THOROUGHLY
mod. pressed brick residence (nearly new),
on Brlgham :t., 3V4 rods frontage. $7250.
See us at onco about this.
0-room pressed br), mod , Including lat
est Improved furnace, on N, E. bench,
$3250. Good terms.
7-room pressed br.. two-story, por. tath,
toilet, c. 1., otc, on Main near 7th So.,
J3Nrbom frame, Eastlake finish, folding
doors, pantry, closet, hall, 214 rods, only
l'A blkB from county bldg.. $1050; $300 cash.
'Elegant C-room mod., with zood barn,
walks, fine shade. 18 choice fruit trees,
S.9 rods of ground nnd r. of w.. noar
State und 10th So., 52250; $300 cash. You
can't beat It.
Cor. on D 314x8, only $1600.
AVill trade for good vacant properly an
interest proposition at $35C0, thnt pays ?114
por ccnt. ..... . ,
New 8-roon pr. brick, thoroughly mod
ern, hardwood floors, near 1st So. -ind 10th
EA HnoVrqom mod. pr. brick In same lo
cality owned by non-resident, reduced
from" $5000 "to flKO.
Over 43.000 sn. It. of trackag.i for leas
than 5 cents per fool. Think of It!
AVo have at tho present llino somo
great opportunities for tho home-buyer,
investor or speculator
Little & Little, No. 1 W. 2nd So. cl34
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
$C25 ' I ,
S10 por mo . v
3-rm. hs. and 2 lots.
for 3-rm. hs. and
nice lot, E. Ctli So.
for 5-rm. brick, oy.
water, finest location, .
$30) cash. $20 mo., '
new mod. brick. A
BEAUTY, well built.
A GEM, 4-rm. mod. brick.
E. 4th So. Easy terms.
$1COO 214 acres, cy. water.
GODDARD INA'ESTMENT COMPANY,
Under AValker's Bank.
Rcal values. In Salt Lako City, havo
steadily Increased during tho last eight
years. There Is no reason to suppose
that the Increase will not continue for
tho next four. In fact, all signs point to
a greater increas'o. so If you want to buy,
now Is tho time. Call on ns. we have
anything, from ono of the largest busi
ness buildings In town, to cheap lots on
tho Installment plan.
2-elght room houses, modern, one framo,
ono brick, lino lot and barn with each.
N. E. part of town. Como and look at
them and then make ua an offer.
A GxlO on E near 2nd. No prettier
building site on the market.
lOOxSO facing on 1st South, west. Prlco
on this should appeal to any ono having
a knowledge of values.
A pretty C-room brick, most modern,
A 20x10 on tho east bench. AA'e havo or
ders to sell this pleco at most any price.
214 acrc3 of Ground opposite Caldcr's
park; COO acres of farming or bect-ralslng
land in Idaho. Modern homes, brick or
frame, for tho rich or poor, nil good loca
tions. Building altes of all sizes, on both
east nnd weal sides.
HOMER AND ROBERTSON,
Real Estate. Flro Insuranco Loans.
Main and First South. (Under Deseret
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
SHOOTING GALLERY, AMUSEMENT)
parlor; money-maker. GS Commercial st.
PIANO. CHEAP. FINE MAKE. MA
hogany case; mako offer. Address X S.
ONE LARGE HARD COAL STOVE. 376
So. State, grocery store. cl450
GROCERY, STOCK AND FIXTURES,
at wholesalo Invoice price. Must sell at
once. Good location ; $20 por day cash
business. Inquire X 6, Tribune. cl441
THE FINEST LOT OF BARRED
Plymouth Rock cockerels and pullets.
AVellrbullt henhouse and broodor-houwj
combined, 12C-ogg Petaluma incubator. One
200-chlck brooder, ono 100-chlck brooder.
Also a splendid lot of Belgian hares, both
breeding stock and young. Call at G1S E.
3rd So. st. ' C1430
SPAN WORK MULES. JNQ. 201 DOO
ly block. cl423
ONE POKER TABLE. ROULETTE
tnble and dlco table. Lot of counter and
shelving. Also lot of office and restau
rant stools; cheap. O. K. Furniture Co..
300 So. State. Tel. lCG-l-z. clSSJ
HOT BLAST STOVE, $16: COST $25.
Nearly new. 423 E. 3rd So. C13S1
FINE LARGE FIRE-PROOF SAFE.
Redman Van and Storage Co. C13S2
FURNITURE, ALMOST NEAV. OF 0
rooms; cheap rent; modern; close In.
Inquire X I, Tribune. cl400
YOUNG DRIA1NG MARE. BUGGY
and harness. AVill exchange maro for
fresh cow. Call Sunday, 1S49 Fourth East.
FRESH JERSEY COW AND CALF;
first class. C37 East 7th South. cl36l
A photo gallery. In line location, doing
good business. AVill pay for Itself during
tho holidays. AA'orth $000; $$00 lakes It.
AVo also havo groceries, restaurants,
rooming-houses, hotels, confectionery,
cigar alorc, boarding-house.
A fine outdoor business. One of the best
propositions in town. Let us toll you
about It. Takes about $1700 to handle.
The G. C. Rlchter Co., room I, 131 Main,
over Bon Ton theater. cI3 17
OR TRADE. HOTEL RANGE. INQ.
500 AV. 2nd So. el35S
" RUBBER-TIRED CRITTENDEN LAN
dau. good as new. J. P. Fowler, G7 S.
AV. Temple. cSSS
GOOD PAYING BAKERY AND RES
taurant at Mountain Home, Ida. Mrs.
Zuble Bauer. clSll
.THOROUGHBRED JERSEY COW;
fresh In January. Cull 1301 So. Oth East.
LARGE SIZE COLE'S HOT BLAST
stove, with board and pipe; good condi
tion; E6C East 6th So. , C1320
G BUGGIES. FROM $5 TO $100.
4 homes, from $25 up.
1 family cow, $30.
0 leather seat oftlco chairs, $2 each.
1 cashier desk and fixtures. $50.
1 typewriting desk and chulr, $12.
1 roller top desk. $25.
Anvil and bellows. $S.
2 sewing machines. $15 and Ji.
1 safe, largo double doors, $200.
2 Armstrong elevators, $5 cuch.
2 steel ranKos, S1G und $23 each.
1 2-holo stove, $8.
2 violins, $15 and $25 each.
2 Iron beds. $5 and ?1) each.
1 fine folding bed. $12.
1 center tables, from ?2 to $4 each.
2 sofas, 511 each.
2 ladles' hat, $1 each.
2 boys' overcoats, $2.2C each, ages 6 & 7.
1 chiffonier. 515.
1 dressing tnblo, $S.
1 largo modern furnished room, close
ll you wini 10 '"'J. uu or exenangu
nr.ythlng. call and us.
UTAH SALE & EXCHANGE BUREAU.
cl26 3314 AVost 2nd South st.
YOUNG MILCH COW, 4 YEARS OLD,
Jersey, gentle, heavy In calf. Wm. Dox"
llth So, llth East, Today. cl335
A FEW CRACKER JACK AVH1TE
leghorn cockerels, cheap. GC2 3rd East
street. ' ciar.
FURNITURE OF 1 ROOMS. CALL
Saturday and Sunday. G20 E. 4th So.
YOUNG, FRESH COW: S30.00. CALL
107 2nd st. cli25
NICELY FURN. HOUSE; THOR
oughly modern; suitable for rooming or
prlvato rcsldenoo. Shaw tcrraco, 206 AV.
2nd So. C1225
LARGE STANDARD-BRED TROT
tlng stallion; price right. Address X,
$050.00 CONOA'ER PIANO: SLIGHTLY
used; great sacrifice; owner must sell Im
mediately. Clayton Mii3lc Co., 103 Main
SALOON; CHEAP: COOD LOCATION.
Address P. O. box 106. cllSS
TEAl OF HORSES, CHEAP AT 470
W. 2nd So., nt stublo. Cnll 11 to 1 p. m.
GO-CART, WITH PARASOL, IN
good condition, for $S; cost $10; apply 315
AVE INCORPORATE AND FLOAT
stock companies. AVe handle unlisted so
ourltleB. Loans negotiated. Ilorntlo Gil
bert & Co., Elllcott square, Buffalo. cU.63
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
SHETLAND PONY. CHEAP. 1715 MA
Jor avenue, between Stato and Main. C10C4
ROOMING HOUSE FOR SALE. APPLY
at tho Brunswick hotel, 15914 So. Main
200 RAMBOUILLET RAMS, So CROSS
bred rnmn, all fitted for use. Address
Fall Creek Sheep Co., American Falls,
ALL KINDS OF LAND SCRIP FOR
sale. If you want to locato Government
lands, I can save you time and money.
V. P. IIlHkoy. "Business Chanco" Brokcc
401 Aucrbach building. cS2
THOROUGHBRED WHITE LANG
sban cockerels. Call or address SS0 So.
Eighth Enot, a79
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD. IOAVA
stables, 120 W So. Temple. aUOS
YOU CAN SELL ANYTHING
through The Tribune. Adc under this
head - frequently attract mnny Inquiries.
In every city somo ono paper has tho
call for this class of advertising.
VERY CHEAP. UPRIGHT PIANO.
Cnll at Room 210. Atlas block. al43
GENTS' NATIONAL WHEEL, IN
good condition, for only $13; address W 54.
K. OF P.'S, ATTENTION THE FU
neral of John B. Anderson will be held
under tho auspices of Rocky Mountain
lodgo No. 3, K. of P.. nt 2 o'clock this
afternoon, nt Ccstle hall. All K. of P.'s
are lnvlful to be present. By order of
Joseph Sands, C. C. cl443
MASONIC NOTICE. MT. MORI AH
lodgo No. 2 will hold a special meeting to
morrow (Monday) evening at 7:20 o'clock,
for F. C. degree work. Masons qualified
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL, Secy.
A. A. S. RITE THE FOUR CO-ORDI-nato
bodies of tho A. A. 3. Rito of Frco
Masonry hold stated meetings the third
Thursday In each month at tho Masonic
hall, corner West Tcmplo and Second
South. Sojourning brethren invited. ,
WILLIAM J. LYNCH. 32 dcg.
AAr. M. Jordan Lodge of Perfection No.
W. M. James Lowo Chapter of Rose
Croix No. 1.
IRA O. RHOADES. K. C. C. H.
Commundor Salt Lako Council of Ivadosn
FRED CLEM SCHRAMM,
K. C. C. H-.
M. of K. Utah Consistory No. L
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL. 33 dec.
Registrar for All the Bodies.
n ARCENTA LODGE NO. 3. F--yAnnd
A. M. At Masonic hall, first
XT Tuesday of each month. Members
v N of sister lodges and sojourning
FRANK P. SHERWOOD. W. M
MOSES C. PHILLIPS. Socrotary.
AVASATCH LODGE NO. 1. F. AND A.
M. Masonic hall, second Friday each
month. MemborsL of sister lodges and so
journing brethren in good standing in
vited. A. BROWN. AV. M.
A. J. LOWE, Secretary.
MT. MORI A II LODGE NO. 2, F. AND
A. M. Masonic hall, second Monday oach
month. Members of sister lodgos and so
journing members In good standing in
vited. JAMES II. BROAVN. AV. M.
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL, Secretary.
EL K ALA II TEMPLE. A. A. O. N. M.
S. Third AVedncsday of each month. Ma
sonic hall at S p. m. All nobles sojourn
C. F. JENNINGS. Potentate.
A. BROAVN. Recorder.
I. O. O. F.
FIDELITY LODGE NO. 17, I. O. O. F..
meets ovry Wednesday night at S
o'clock, I. O. O. F. temple. AMsltors wel
come. H. J. CREAGER. N. G.
J. C. SMITH. Secretary.
I. O. O. F. TEMPLE DIRECTORY:
Subordinate lodges meet aa follows:
Utah lodce No. 1. Thursday.
bait Lake lodgo No. 2, Friday.
Jordan lodgo No. 3. Monday.
Rldgley lodgo No. 9. Thursday.
Enterprise lodgo No. 15. Wednesday.
Fidelity lodgo No. 17, Wednesday.
Mystic lodgo No. 22. Monday.
Oqulrrh oncampmcnt No. 1, second and
Golden Rule encampment No. 2 first
nnd third Tuesdays.
Naomi Rebekah lodgo No. 1, Jccond and
Miriam Rebekah lodgo No. 5. first and
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
AVOODBINE CIRCLE NO. 41 MEETS
every Tuesday. S o'clock, at 1. O. O. F.
SILA'ER MAPLE CIRCLE NO. 103
meets ovci-y Friday night at I. O. O. F.
FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA.
EVERGREEN LODGE NO. 151 MEETS
every Monday at I. O. O. F. temple.
B. W. MAA'O. F. M.
WM. E. JENKINS, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
CALANTHE MYRTLE LODGE NO. L
every Monday, K. of P. hall.
11. A. JOPLIN. C. C.
O. S. THOMPSON. K. of R. & .3. US05
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 23, K. OF P..
meets every Saturday evening, S o'clock.
K. of P. hall.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 2.
Every Thursday evening, K. of P. hall.
KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES.'
K. O. T. M SALT LAKE TENT NO. 2.
Every Thurnday. I. O. O. F. hull Visit
ing Knights Invited.
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
SALT LAKE CITY HIVE NO.
meets every first and third Tuesday, 8 p.
m;. I. O. O. F. hall. v
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
8 ALT LAKE AERIE NO. C7. EVERY
Friday, 8 p. ra., A. O. U, AV. hall.
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD. '
SEGO LILY LODGE NO. 252. FIRST
and third Tuesday, S p. m A. O. U. W.
S. L. COUNCIL. 1517, 2ND AND 4TH
Thursday. Jennings block.
, H. A. JOPLIN. Recent
B. L. JONES. Secretary.
DANISH BROTHERHOOD OF AMEIt
HAABET LODGE NO. 78. EVERY 1ST
ii nil 3rd Thursday. 1. O. O, F. temple.
WHERE TO STOP.
THE "WORTH:" STEAM HEAT. HOT
and cold baths. 1GS E 2nd So. cll&l
LINCOLN HOUSE. PAUL HEIN.
prop., 651 E. 1st So., 200 rooms; rales 25c
and 25c, 316
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NEW YORK RESIDENT BUYER
seeks to represent a few carpet houseo.
one who Is thoroughly experienced In buy
ing nil grades of carpets, llnoloums and
rugs on a commission basis. References
exchanged. Address S. Flnck. 150 Broad
way, New York. cl275
"GUIDE TO SUCCESS."
This booklet tolls how $100 earned $700
In C days; $50 earned $300 In G day3 for our
customers. Coifnpleto information on
grain and stock market sent with market
lottor on receipt of postal. logan &
Roach. Board of Trade. Chicago. c!323
FOR QUICK WORK CAiL "T
Kcytlng & Anderson rmblns O.
130 N. 1st West. Tei. xpfl
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 Tcmplo at. Tel 2107-Z. Ind., 1201.
J. E. DARMER, LAWYER, OFFICES
18-13 Commorclal block. 'Phone 019-Z.
NEW CITY PACKAGE DELIVERY;
rear 133 AV. 4th So. Tela. 2276-x. Ind. 2C05.
CITY SCAA'ENGER CO.. OFFICE 137
E. Sth So.; 'phone 2316-z. cl327
CITY SCAA'ENGER CO., OFFICE 1155
2nd East 'Phono 1732-X. yllO
NEW OR 2d-ILND. CASH. TRADE OR
terms. Sorcnson-Stoutt Co. 43 E. 2nd So.
NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS, OS
car Groshell. sales agent. No. 221 Main ot
Expert cash register repairing. Second
hand registers always in otock. nl5S0
EXCHANGE FOR SALT LAKE FROP
crty, finely improved property adjoining
good town In fino section of southern Cal
ifornia. Address P. O. Box 262 Escoudldo.
NO MORE BALD HEADS
THE VACUUM GAP CURES BALDNESS.
WE ACCEPT NO PAY
UNTIL THE HAIR IS RESTORED.
Thousands In use. Not ono failure.
Not ono returned. Tho Vacuum Cap
when used 15 minutes each day draws
and foroos tho hair into now growth,
euros baldness and nt once stops tho
hair from f.illintf out. Wo send it to
you on trial. Wc only wantpay if
you aro pleased. Is not this lair?
You risk nothing. Wo risk all. If
possiblo call at our office and try it
free orMvrito for freo particulars.
STANDARD APP! UN'CE CO.,
656 Nelson Blk., KANSAS CITY, Mo.
I Jfl oo(i Dinner j
1 Becomes excellent when served on
a tabic set with
floral Silver, j
It looks llko sterling. Is better
than triple plate, and lasts a life
time. j SPECIAL SALE FOR THIS j
JN0. DAYNES & SONS
26 Main St. !
JAMES R. SOVEREIGN ILL.
Former Master Workman, Knights of
Labor, Has Hemorrhage.
WALLACE, Ida., Nov. 10. James -R.
Sovereign, formerly mnatcr workman of
the Knights of Labor, who was reported
last night ns dying from honiorrhago of
the brnlu. Is about town today, He was
sick last night, but has recovered. 1
Retell Outlook Is
Prolonged Period of Warm
' Weather Causes Un
steadiness. Corner in Wool Will Result in High
er Prices for Clothing Bank
Retail business waa slightly unsteady
last week, trade having been unusually
heavy some days and light on other days.
The volume of business, for tho entire
week was fully up to the standard and
the prospects for a llvoly fall nnd win
ter trade continue excellent. The -only
apparent reuson for the unsteadiness Is
the prolonged period of unseasonably
warm weather. With cooler weather yes
terday, the Saturday trade was very
Steady Gain in Jobbing.
Wholesale and Jobbing trade continues
to gain steadily, on account of the un
usually large amounts of supplies de
manded In agricultural districts snd mi
ning camps. Money for deslrablo loans Is
very plentiful nnd collections nro good.
A feature of the rcal estate markot Is
tho Increased demftnd for"fnsido bu.inos9
property, while a number of good homo
properties ure also changing nands.
' Wool Crop Cornered.
Local merchants arc receiving 1 r-llfl-catlon
of advances In tho prices of woolen
goods, said to bo due to tho sfact of
next year's wool, clip having bten vir
tually cornered by the trust. The ad
vance Is from 5 to 20 cents a yard on
clothing fabrics, which means that tho
average suit of clothes will coat about
51.30 more than formerly. Somo observ
ers see In this advance another Indica
tion of the determination of the trusts
to "hog" tho results of prosperity, and
predict that unless, wages throughout the
country nre advanced to correspond with
the Increased cost of living, anothor era
of hard times will be due In the near fu
ture. , This vlow does not coincide, how
ever, with the reports of other promi
nent business men who have visited tho
East since election. These ilnlm with
out reserve that conditions In the coun
try at large could hardly be belter; that
the mills aro putting on Increased fcrces
to meet Increased demands for goods, nnd
business men everywhere express the ut
most conlldenco In the situation. E-. cry
Indication, they say, points to the coming
year being the most projperous one the
country has seen for moro rhan a decade.
Securities Have Advanced.
There have been some advances during
the week In local securities, with tho
market fairly active and the tono Im
proved. Among the sales were Utah
Sugar, preferred, at from 59.05 to J0.9S,
and common at M.(X to &1.15 per share;
Fremont County Sugar at J10.SO to $10.95;
Z. C. M. I. at J1S1 to S1S1.50; State bank
at Jill to 51-15; Idaho Sugar at 111.03 to
$11.15 and Deseret Savings bank at J302.
Tho Deseret National bank paid a apodal
dividend of 5 per cent. The latest quota
Doseret National bank $270.00
Z. C. M. I 161. 0D
Homo Fire Insuranco Co H1.00
Utah Sugar Co., preferred 9.S
Stato Bank of Utah H5.C0
Desorct Savings bank 302.0)
Zlon's Savings Bank and Trust Co.. H7.0)
Utah National bank 110. CO
Provo Commercial and Savings bank 133. CO
Lehl Commercial and Savings bank 112.00
Thatcher Bros. Banking Co., Logan 112.00
First National bank. Osdon 212.50
Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone Co 3.C0
Davis County bank. Farmlngton 110.C0
Ogden Savings bunk 117.50
Consolidated Wagon and Machine
Co.. preferred 91.00
Fremont County Sugar Co 10.9")
Amalgamated Sugar Co., preferred 92.00
Idoho Sugar Co 11.10
Lewlston Sugar Co 10.00
Sugar Cltv Townsltc Co 100.00
Barnes Banking Co 125.00
Consolidated Railway and Power Co 90.00
Salt Lake Cllv Railroad 102.25
Sumpter Valloy Railroad 102.EO
Utah Consolidated Light and Power
company - 100.(0
Bank Clearings Jump.
Bank clearings of last week Jumped to
more than a half-mllllon dollars In ex
cess of the clearings of tho corr03pond
Ing week of 1908. Tho incroA30 Is par
tially accounted for by tho largo dis
bursements mndo to farmers for sugar
boots on the 15th Inst. Tho compara
tive statement by days Is as follows:
November II $ 969.11W.IS $ 560.117.55
November 15 921,795. 63 V77,172.0
November 1G 1.001.S74.SG S19.0C7.40
November 17 979,900.05 S5C.CSG.TO
November IS S74.011.S0 'jSCSTSja
November 19 779,191.31 C09.SG1.31
Totals $5,GSt.003.79 ?3,0$S,G23.S0
THIS DRUGGIST A PESSIMIST.
Will Celebrate Opening of New Road
Though Ho Will Lose Business.
"Yes," said a dealer In drugs and sun
dries, yesterday, "I am going to celobrato
the opening of that new road to Los An
geles along with the rest, for my own
particular rensons. Tho ruto on certain
drugs from Now York to Salt Lako at
present la ?3.03&. all rail, and from Salt
Lake to. say, Cullenle, Is $1.4S. a total of
$l.51Vfe. Now, from Now York to Los An
geles the rate for the same goods Is $1.90,
Mid presuming that Los Angeles will en
Jcv a rata to Cullonto of $1.43, this would
give the Los Angeles druggist a total rato
of ?3.G2Vz. or S3 cents per hundred bettor
thnn Salt Lake, or $3.!X per thousand, or
S17.S0 per ton.
"But thoy say that all this will be prop
cily aligned, and so we will have to wait
and see. Personally, I am doubtful oPtlio
bencllts. and so 1 am going to Join with
tho celebrants, oven If our Jobbing intor
esta aro In danger of suffering."
FACTS ABOUT TELEPHONES.
Independent Has Moro Unlimited
'Phones Than Its Older Rival.
Some rather surprising Information has
bien gathcrad by the commltteo of busi
ness men edguged In tlio campaign for
lower telophona rates in the city. The
figures obtained by this commltteo show
thnt the Bell Telephone company has Sll
1 unlimited business telephones In tho city,
at tho rato of $90 a year per phone, -while ) ' IH
tho Independent company has 1253 unllm- j. IH
lted telephones nt $48 11 year each. The r
Bell has 21SS houso telephones, which are j ' tM
on party lines of four telephones to the ! j IH
line, giving G47 llne.H, while the Indcpend- 1 , )
cnt has 7SS direct houso lines and no party H
lines. The committee, of which Lester ' JH
Freed Is chairman, Is counting on a very 1, IH
largo and enthusiastic meeting of business ( v IH
men at the meeting to be held Monday I jH
night at the Commorclal club, for the pur- Vft lH
peso of formulating a formal demand for t i v IH
a readjustment of the Bell company's '71 IH
Sanitarium Company Incorporates. L j
The Whlto Cross Sanitarium company. ' j
has filed articles of Incorporation with ( '' ( IH
the County Clerk. ,11.' E. .Miller Is prcsl-
dont. M. A. Brecden vice-president and H
O. G. Snow secretary and trensurcr. Tho 'H
object of tho company Is to establish, j)
maintain and operate sanitariums and
training schools for nurses. It will nro
vldo tho services of skilled physicians ,
and nurses for its patrons. The capital j
stock Is $50,000. divided into G0,00j shares
of the par value of $1 each. Tho com- j
pany owtih certain medical formulae and 1 vM
BUILDING PERMITS. j
Building permits Issued for the past two j ,
weeks are as follows: j j
Mrs. Irene Jennings, 49 North Sec- 1
ond West $ 101
Ashtpn Bros., Second South he- - '1 IH
twecn Eighth and Ninth Wcat, j , 1 IH
brick cottage 1J00 '
E. S. Hallock, rear 233 East Sov-
cnth South, frame shop 100 IH
Mrs. Lottie Springhull, Manila ave- 1 1 IH
nue, frame cottage 1.0CO I
William Whvte, S30 East Ninth
South, brick cottage &0 I IB
Rulou S. Wells, Second East, Can- ' ' IH
you road, frame addition 1,760 IH
Seymour B. Young, Fourth between 'IH
South Tcmplo and First South. I ll
addition "00 1
W. B. Stevenson, Fourth East and 1 jH
Fourth South, double brick ter- ,
Mrs. S. B. Dallas, 110 North First IH
West, brick cottago 1,250 jH
Thompson & Murdock. rear 35-37
West Second South, brick stable 9,50) j
N. E. Lllc;enberg, Tenth South and jB
Fifth East, two-story modern . .'
Paul A- Elkins. Fourth North be-
twecn Fifth and Sixth AVest, brick
cottago .. .. l.OCfl .
C. L. Jcnkenson, Grove strcot, mod-
ern two-story brick 4,500 '
F. M. Huffman, 531 West Second 1
South, brick addition 400 1
A II. Kncbchtel, 1173 South Third IBB
East, brick cottakc !,W0
C. A. Erlckson. rear 347 East Fifth
South, frame storehouse 200
Frank R. Slater, 332 Steffcnson ave-
nue. brick &4
Pat Gorman, rear 231 West Second
South, two-story brick house 1.0CO
Mrs. Jane Schiel. 1055 South Tenth j
East. one-tory brick store 90O
Gus Johnsen. 4C0 East Sixth South.
frame bam J' 1
Mrs. Alico Hcaton, First South be-
twecn Sixth and Seventh West. , , IHB
brick cottage l.SW
W. J. Browning. 161 North Main,
double two-story modern brick.. 7,00) V
Mrs. Lizzie Tucklleld, TiickOcld
court, brick cottage 704 IHH
Ada C. Cannon, 5S Fourth East, re-
Robert B. T. Taylor. 257-9 West
Second North, remodeling ' 2,000 ' MpB
Lorenzo Snow. Keyser court, brick jHB
City free library. State between ,
South Temple and First South,
stone and brick 75.000
Joseph W. Burt. Fourth between 1
and J. brick addition 900
Utah Light and Power company by
Charlea Brain. Jordan river sta-
tion, brick and iron building.... 12,00)
W. G. Nebeker, rear 21 East First
North, frame cottage . i00 IBB
Sarah Husbands. Main between
Eighth and Ninth South, three HH
modern two-story houses ,000
W. A. Gudglll by A. J. Jenkins.
Sixth South between Tenth and
Eleventh East, brick cottage l.SCO
Mrs. Sarah Wheelhouse, SI7 West
Seventh South, brick addition.... 1(0 HH
Total $146,875 ,
"Secure permits before building and
save expense and trouble." says tho
Veronica Peck to Clara B. Andcr
son. lot 5. block 1. DeLong's sec
ond addition $ 1
Edward Bluett to Caleb D. Brlnton.
lota 1 and 2. block 2, Capitol ave- BKBJ
nue ' BBB
Blanche E. Rcavls to Carl J. San- BBS
der, lots 23 and 21. block 3. Bel- BB
mont .......... 1.3o0 BBB
Rebecca F. Perkins to Charles H. BBS
Davles, lots 1 to 4, block 1L Per- jBB
kins' first addition to Grand BBB
View 20,71 BB
Caleb D. Brlnton to Harriett A. BpB
Harding, part of the southeast BBpj
quarter of section 2G, township ,2 ' BBBJ
south, range 1 west 3' BJB
J. A. Frltsch to David M. Bcrnhtscl. BBB
lot ."5 and the western one-half of , BBS
lot 36. block 2. Waterloo J BBB
L H. Woodmansee (o Mlnnlo Tay- ( BjBB
lor, lots 6 nnd 7. block 2. Windsor BB
place l.COtfl BB
Marv A. Thompson to M. II. Dcsky, BBV
20x2i4 rods southeast from 2V& rods BBpj
east of tho northwest corner of IBBB
lot 6. block 39. plat B .C0O' BBBJ
John II. Bailey to Alfred Alsoen. S6 BBBJ
x5 rods southeast from 13 rods BBpJ
east of tho northwest corner of BBpj
lot I. block 151. plat A -3I bVAI
Oneslme Bourdon to Anna M. Da- ! BjBB
vis. lots 4 to 9. block SO. Kinney J BKBJ
& G. improved plat ........ 3 flBBJ
Charles Trlptow to Stephen Hard- BBBJ
castle, northern one-half of lot 5S, BBB
Sandy v." "A. bVI
Estate of N. H- Clawson to L. BBB
Oreene, part of lot 13, block 1. plat BBB
I X' BBB
Ellen Croxford to Thomas Cum- BBBJ
mlngs, part of lot 7, block 27, plat ABB
George W. Reel to Conglomerate BBS
Mining company. Walcott lode. BBBJ
Wust Mountain , .... i BBBJ
Mary -V Thompson to M. H. Dcsky. BBBJ
lot C. block 39. plat B.............. 3 BBH
rthur Brown to John H. Bailey, . BBBJ
lot 4, block 151. pint A.............. V BBBJ
Andrew Severson to E. C Bagley. BjBB
part of the northeast quarter of BBBJ
section 15, township 2 south, range BBBJ
1 oust to:
Business Notes. j JJ
A Rlchter reports the following snlcs wVfll
closed last week. For the Covoy estate. BBBJ
modern houso. First street. $iW0; L. P. BjJ
ICjergard, modern residence, J street.
w;0- J. J. Hunt, modern cottage, West
rexnplo street, $1500; II. E. Bnrtlett, houso BjBjB
on South Temple. $100: Brastow estate. BB
modern house. Third street, SS250; KUm. fM
Henworth, lot. First North. $CCO: Mary
Huntsman, cottage, Fourth South and BBB
Seventh West, $2150. jflftBJ
A local wlro has boon oponed by the BBBJ
Postal Telegraph company between Salt ,
Lako and Ogden. That company also has BBBJ
leased to a Suit Lako brokerage ilrni a BBBJ
wlro from here to New York mid Chl- BKBJ
S V. Shclp has retnruod from a two-
weeks' buylmr trip to Now York c ty. Mr. BBBJ
Shclp Is enthusiastic over conditions na HBB
observed by him In the Eastern monoy I BBBJ
nnd Industrial centers. "I have nover BBjBJ
seen anything like the confidence which fljBH
jxlsts in tho East since the election, he BB
nnld vestcrdnv. "Regardlet!3 of politics. BBjBJ
tho business olemcnt feels that good times BBjBJ
assured for the next four years, and BBB
theVc ? la every evidence that business is
nctuully Improving." BKBJ
Articles of incorporation of the Morgan BBBJ
Drug company wero filed with tho Socre- BBjBJ
tarv of Stato yesterday. O. V . MoCuno BjBjB
of "Ogden Is president, Ed Moorhouso of
Morgan Cltv vice-president, and W. E. BBBJ
New-man of" Ogdon secrotary and troas- BKBJ
urer The company's place of buslitcss BBBJ
u In Morgan City. Tho capital stock 1 BB
$2000. divided into :00 shares of tho par. BB
value of $J0 cacli. BBBJ
LONDON. Nov. 19. Tho Anglo-Rufl-
elan North sea convention la expected to v BjBjBJ
be signed November 25 or 2C. but It hjw BBBJ
not been decided where. Practically the I BBBJ
onlv chnngi are In clause 2 and arc solA , BB
to bo entirely unimportant. , , BKBB