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iwvnl main" ST.
UrE BROS., NO- J Raplds. Mich,
o P-S agencies. -It la
ufl rtfd,lL-fvq oncn from -SaO a. m.
!. W rtAvil hci-c's a few bni
aess,,a or investment:
bomcs or in k hQ nc
irrifon aVC-' ' , K c lot, shade.
KVlnfL cost more to build).
"6' w .cow; $ casn
lt' nno Interest nio. is rented
Pns at once, owners mean
c walking distance. $S00:
SSfoS close In. bath.
'Av bi a fortune. 17xl and r.
U st . near theater, nt S13
-iSnl Small store bldg. on it
'rn he n. e bench, close In.
2 for W This Is a stylish.
Adenw m Urst-class condl
ffiro plumbing, hot water
ffiln solid cherry. A lino
FV.fi Investigation. Wo are scll
TO ein't advertise all wo
hii ray yon to call and see us.
i'tSWnd w aro glad to show
"fSSSrlles. They must bo sold.
yfftofo Call, elevator two
Automobile, seven llvo. courteous
KIT" 2ND SOUTH.
BLaa brick cottage, renting fof
K month, very close in; a
Wpm f-room brick, newly papered
STpilnlcd. lot 3x10 rods. Very
flKjM rods, 2nd St., near K.
Mj ! lots. 5th East, near 10th South,
"ft'v-'or tho pair.
K few lots In Perkins addition,
iK'sdi E. and 11th South, at $125 each,
3h) cairn, UP per month.
Ha 8 building lot, 3x"4 rods, F st.,
BTTEIR. I W. 2ND SOUTH. dlSlO
ST GREAT SNAPS I
Mr uith right of way extra, on 9th
Kh So. 50. Nothing else nny
SKT ar as cheap.
Ka trick, new. large rooms, bath,
Jaw. Hs cellar, natural wood lln
fc; pate and mantol. reception hall,
red lot right of way extra; 5th So.
,E. If taken at onco will sell for
Kyou cannot dupllcato It for $3200.
ttat, ejtra well built 5-room cottage,
-KsiTl5- red- lot, nlco fruit and shade;
WudS-i So, J1COO-J100 cash, bal, $15
Bci prt3fd brick, nearly new. near
JKl and 2nd -?ixS rod lot. Owner
dty; roust dl; make offer. Cut
Kct icdEM roe. It appears but once.
ST. PETERSON, 53 W. 2ND SO.
jjKtui Instructed to spII this week at
Ht& obtainable a nice 7-room rcsl
K$ Mocks east of Main; has bath,
Atii., nice lot, south front, with
shade trees, etc. Cost owner
jut spring "What will you give?
-K TOURS FOR BARGAINS.
3ytdlr & Co.. C3b W. 2nd So. dl375
iS LITTLE & LITTLE.
LARGEST AND BEST LIST.
BKa, ttro-story pressed br., por. bath.
fL L. J'i blocks from new P. O.. E.
BfKhd to 3150
SftfetTtmple near Cth South we have
!JI-niiiJ)rick, por. bath, toilet. E. L.,
coo, two halls, fine woodwork,
SM'l' Pd barn, lot SxS. reduced
iMc ? CT'O Let us show you this
Eitau buy it when you sec It.
jMp frame, hall j)ar.lry. closet, fold
Ife Wocks from county bulld-
ast, wltb good H-room
Rad E. near 7th So.. $1000. Terms.
cr11", cottage on Cth st . facing
5Kr?ii! ' 5 rooms. 2 halls, por.
SKTj' K L., cemented cellar, $2S50.
MRwanie, modern, lot 2x7', N. I5j.
comer on 10th East and 2nd
( t-roorn orcsscd brick, modem In
iHcu.50!,80011 barr. "car 10th
Sf estate. KM. kco cash.
MS"llh and east, on 3rd St..
MJT1Ih. a line brick house. 4
bath- lollet. E. cellar.
m Jirln at $2100 (eastern owner);
Sf tln!,y nr0SSC(1 brick, mod
BS. 2 I cvcry u'ay- southorn
SM' action, close In on First
jj- 2nd South.
't 3-RM. BRK., 1ST SO.
fna- frame, adobe-lined, nr. 11th
Jj brk mod., plumbing,
to HhoyS01"3' w,1Ich wc
BfS-"-" aDent. Wll.
r v.o 5. W. 2nd So. Tel. 492.
St.DSING TO SECURE
mini t! c.omrortabIe room?.
Jf Wm 'tstato ado. than all
tj1 for thi, ?,Ccaus2 Thc Tribune
juus claas of business.
k ETJAh!INS- U P. li.
; JllS W. 2nd So. rnlS37
' Under Walker bank.
kn- PulmcrH?viSE' LOWING
"imcr ave., cor. 7th W.
''andoan 7TS?ATB INV. CO..
I loan brokers. 251 Main.
-.t. uir- lrlt3ch, No. L", E
ptlaluephono Co. lnq. 263
tfVfo?, VOUSE AND
P U3 2nd st u' Contractor and
fc,tE?Sf je,lls the
Fick, rca' catato In town.
tWetlo c?HiPBOP 20 LOTS
"R td& 'nvesuJI115 vicinity.) It
M?14 fcuth UCcV.G:ite- FritBch, No.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
From Goddard's list.
G-Room house, barn, shade $750
50 ft. Jot So. East S750
3- Room cot- (now) m-nr tho $15
Wobotor school isia
2.0 rod lot fronta jsio
a main street with $$15
alley In rear $$15
RENTS FOR $120 YEAR SS15
Price reduced to SSIG
4- Room mod. brick, B. 4th So. $2600j
lwrc. bath, natural jsoo
finish woodwork $2503
C-Room mod. brick, Oth E
splendid foundation $2S00
fine cellar, china 2S0O
closet, well built, 52503
Owner going away $2$0)
MANY OTHERS. '
GODDARD INVESTMENT CO..
Under AValker's bank.
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE INV. CO.,
Ins.. Loans, Real Estate.
$ 4032x10 rods, faclncr west, on
(th "West. jii3t no. So. Tem
ple. Flno for railroad mcn,-$ 400
$ COO Capitol 1 1111 lots, corners.
50x140 feet to alley. Inside
lots 5400 each. The coming
residence section. $ 000
? 425-50x132 feet to alley In Lib
erty Park add. East of park.
Buy near tho park! $ 423
$1.000 24xl0'r'odj. close down on M.
facing west. High, dry. and
view of city so. and wost. $1,000
$2,0002x7 rods. 1st and J sts.
Sower on both streets. In
sure health of your family $2,000
Abovo items represent a very small
fractional part of our list of "good buvs."
e probably have Just whnt you want.
If ye haven't, we will get It for you. Let
us handle your business.
Look for "Houstons thc Houscrs," In
tho Houston block, ground Moor entrance.
Both 'Phones' 27. dl23C
THE FURNITURE OF TWO C-ROOM
nouses, very cheap.
The elegant furniture of a 0-room cot
tage, with lease. Proprietor going east.
See ofn- large list of furnished houses.
Also bargains In rooming-houses, hotels
and stores for rent.
GO TO NEVADA AND MAKE A FOR
TUNE. A first-class saloon, with all the side
Issues, at a division point in Nevada A
Rentals nnd collections a speclaltv,
REGE REALTY CO.. S WEST 2ND SO.
j 'Phonca 1G35-K.
, . SPECIAL!
$3o00 7-room house, 3 acres of ground,
with barn, chicken runs; all well
fenced. A tine homo and a chanco to
make money. It will be sold on
easy terms at a great sacrlllco.
REGE REALTY CO., F. M. Powell. Mgr.
No. S West 2nd South.
G 6LDFI ELD SWORN TO
Rex; owns ISO acres. Digging and getting
gold. Owns Assay Office. Pictures.
Sworn Statements Free Goldfleld Rex
Co.. 503 Mack. Denver. Colo. dl274
JUST THESE TWO FOR A SAMPLE.
HAVE MANY OTHERS EQUALLY AS
7- ROOM. MOD. 2-STORY RESIDENCE
ON N ST.. INCLUDING $C0 STEEL
8- ROOM, MOD. 2-STORY RESIDENCE.
1ST ST.. SOUTH FRONT, LOT 3X8
A. RICHTER, 19 WEST 1ST SOUTH
ST. BOTH PHONES, Gil. d!3SS
LIGHT PRESSED BRICK. EXTRA
well built, 5-room modern cottage; large
hall, closets, pantry, bath, two porches,
large basement; Just completed. 170 S.
12th E. st. See owner on premises. dl402
ROOMING-HOUSE Ol? 44 ROOMS,
well furnished, good location; will ex
change for desirable real estate in city.
See Tuttle Bros. 143 Main st- dll20
Fine C-room mod. homo In elegant re
pair, largo lot. OOxSnO feet, located close
In. on Rrlgham st. The lot alone is worth
$C50. This Is a great opportunity, and
only good for four days, at the low price
LITTLE & LITTLE, NO. 4 W. 2ND SO.
WHEN YOU BUY OH SELL,
Keep in mind tho fact that
We make correct abstracts.
Guarantee) against all errors in title.
Attend nil flctall3 cf purchase or calc.
Tho Homer Abstract Co.. Inc.,
Main and 1st So., under Dcseret Bank.
SEE CROMAR. 112 W. 2ND SO.. IF IN
terectcd In Salt Lake real estate. clG7
FOR BARGAINS SEE ME. I HAVE
several hundred thousand dollars' worth
of real estate which I own or control ex
clusively. You can get It only through
my agencv. Some bargnlns, Seo me.
O. F. Petersen. 53 W. 2nd So. clSM
WE SELL REAL ESTATE. THAT'S
nil. Tuttle Bros. 149 Main: red ball clgns.
"GUIDE TO SUCCESS" GIVES COM
plete Information as to what your money
should earn. Our patrons are having big
profits remitted to them weekly Sent
free with market letter. Thc Logan Roaeh
Co. (Inc.). 29S La Salle st.. Chicago. dM2S
PATENTS GUARANTEED, PATENTS
secured or free return. Send model or
sketch for free opinion as to patentabil
ity. Send for Illustrated guldo book nnd
list of Inventions wanted; finest publica
tion Issued for free distribution. Contains
valuable Information regarding patents,
trade marks and copyrights, how to ob
tain and sell them; 100 mecahnlcal move
ments, etc. Patents secured by us adver
tised free In tho patent record. Sample
copy free. Addrcs.1 Evans. Wllkins & Go.,
registered attorneys, COO F streot, Wnsh
li'gton. D- C d712
ARRANGEMENTS CAN BE MADE
and a contract entered Into with the
United States Underwriting and Guaran
ty company whereby It contracts to pay
off thc bonded IndebtedncsH of a company
at Its maturity. Thc payment of a
bonded Indebtedness Is guaranteed by a
deposit In escrow under the control of a
trustee, in trust, of sufficient cash or
bonds Issued by tho United States Gov
ernment. When your slocks or bonds are guaran
teed they arc readily sold.
UNITED STATES UNDERWRITING &
703 Times bldg.,
Pittsburg. Pa. 1G02
100 LOTS FREE,
Applicants sending stamp will receive
deed of lot. size 25x100 feet, suburb. Now
York. 20th Century Realty Co., C Wall
Htrci-t. New York.
WE INCORPORATE AND FLOAT
stock companies. Wo handle unlisted se
curities. Loans negotiated. Horntlo GII
hert & Co.. Ellicott Square, Buffalo. d!277
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
otructlon large mock of latest chande
liers. Intor-Mt. Eloc Co.. 4a L. 1 So-
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND Con
struction; largo stock of latest chando
llera. Intcr-Mt. Klc, Co.. 45 E. 1st So
-WILLIAM II ALEXANDER, 517 AND
CIS Atlas block, s
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FURNITURE 9 ROOMS, MODERN, OR
will rent fur. Call forenoon. 375 S. 2nd
FURNITURE OF C-ROOM FLAT;
cheap for cash; going to Tonopah: rent
$13.00 per month. Address Y SO, Tribune.
MODEL SUPERIOR G-UOLE COOK
stove cheap. 023 S. 3rd West. (11131
GENUINE BARGAIN. 12-ROOM ROOM-Ing-house;
wost part of town; prlco $500.00;
ill-health of owner reason of selling. B.
Iloymnnson, 112 W. 2nd South. dl!32
AT A BARGAIN. ONE 1V.-KARAT
gents' diamond ring, nnd ono llk-karal
diamond stud. Make swoll Xmas present.
Going to Tonopah. Address. Y 31, Tribune.
, ; d!452
FOX TERRIER PUPPY. MALE. 21
Kendall sq. dl3G3
Al FRESH DURHAM COW. FOUR
gallons per day. C37 East 7th Souths dl304
FURNITURE AND CARPETS OF
five rooms, in lst-class condition; will bo
sold at a sacrifice; parties leaving town.
18S II si. . dlSGS
FOX TERRTBR PUPPY. BRIGHT. AF
fectlonate. pedigreed; nlco Xmas present.
450 South Gth East. 01371
7-ROOM MODERN PR. BRICK. S. E.,
C-room modern pr. brick, s. e., $2050.
C-room pr. brick, close in. s. e., $2000.
, 4-room pr. brlek. close In, a. c.. $1CC0.
Lots In all parts of city. Easy terms.
Hubbard Inv. Co.. 7S W. 2nd South.
NEARLY NEW. LATEST HOT BLAST
stove, cost $25; take $12. 423 E. 3rd So.
THOROUGHBRED HOMERS TO Ex
change for W. Wvandotto or Leghorn
hens. 1221 E, 12th So. st. dllll
EIGHT-ROOM MODERN HOME. FINE
corner lot; cement walks, furnace; cast
side; two oar lines; new: at sacrifice by
owner. Address Y 24, Tribune. dl!19
GOOD DRIVING OR DELIVERY
horre. cheap. 1030 lbs., G years, sound. 42G
E. Gth South. (11337
LEASE AND ALL OR PART OF FUR
nlture of a 15-room boarding-house. In
quire 24G West 1st So. dllGl
FURNITURE OF 7 ROOMS, $150.00. AT
3G0 So. West Temple. dl405
CHEAP, ONE SPAN HEAVY HORSE3.
one span fine drivers; will trade for milk
cows. Call today 1810 1th E. dlld;
A NEW HERRING. HALL & MARVIN
sate, cheap. 120 West 2nd South st. dl391
AN UPRIGHT PIANO. VOSE & SON.
nearly new. cheap. 315 Second st. dl392
11-ROOM BOARDING HOUSE. CLOSE
In, modern; low rent. Add. Tribune Y 22.
4000 VOTES TELEGRAM PIANO COV
tcst. Who wants them? Add. Y 4, Trib
REMINGTON TYPEWRITER AND
table used throe months; $75. 20 East Gth
NEW RIFLE FOR $12. COST $24; ALSO
new massage battery for $8,. cost $19.50.
Rear 530 So. Sth East. dlC55
RUBBER-TIRED CRITTENDEN LAN
dau carriage; good as now. J. P. Fowler.
57 S. W. Temple. c$SS
SPONGES AND CHAMOIS A SPE
clnlty. Stanley Auderley, 307 Market st..
San Francisco. dStfl
CLOSING OUT CHEAP MONDAY AT
10 o'clock, stoves, carpets, etc. 30 Richards
ONE SHEEP WAGON AND SET OF
harness; lot of counters and shelving, one
CO-gallon coal oil tank, cheap. O. K. Fur
niture Co.. 300 So. State. Tel. 10C1-Z. dl333
OfiEST OF CARPENTERS' TOOLS
and library, less than half cost. 203 W.
Second South. d!331
ELEGANT FURNITURE OF 7-ROOM
house. Shaw terrace. 206 W. 2nd So." dl332
3-YEAR-OLD DURHAM BULL. GOOD
condition nnd gentle. Address Thomas
Drummond. Bingham Canyon. dl317
SOUND. GENTLE BAY MARE, VERY
cheap. 'Phone 20S0-Y. U315
GOOD. SQUARE PIANO, $50. G75 NO.
12th West. d!305
' ONE PARLOR BILLTARD AND POOL
table. A nice Christmas gift. 354 E. Brlg
1 DOZ. THOROUGHBRED WHITE
Wandotto pulleta. ready to lay. $1 CO
each. One young- family cow, 350.00. 1014
So. 11th East. Tel 1759-X. dl303
SINGLE COMB WHITE LEGHORN
pullets, early hatched. S. L. Boggs, 1105
E. 2nd South st. Telephone 2175-Y. dl301
APOLLO GRAND PIANO PLAYER,
good as new, for salo cheap. 242 N. First
HOTEL OF 50 ROOMS; NEWLY FUR
nlahod, thoroughly renovated; new furni
ture; located In tho heart of the city;
house doing a good business; steam heat
and electric lights; owner sick and haa
to make a change on account of 111
health. Call at office of SL Elmo hotel.
CONFECTIONARY STORE. CLEAR
ing $75 to $100 a month, for $100. Address
HALF INTEREST IN ESTABLISHED
bakery and confectionery business. Apply
Arcade Bakery. 1G2 W. S. Temple. d51S
ELGIN. WALTHAM WATCHES; $3.05
and up. Uncle Sam's, 30 E. 1st So. d222
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMING
house, 11 rooms, at a bargain; best lo
cation: 2-year lease. Inquire Nebraska
Furniture Co.. G2 E. 2nd So. d33G
WINES AND LIQUORS FOR THE
I holidays at greatly reduced prlqos. Coun
1 ell Liquor House. 10 E. 1st So. clG3S
FIRST-CLASS LIQUOR CASE:
adapted for' liquor and tobacco. Council
Liquor House, 10 E 1st So. clGJW
FINE LARGE FIRE-PROOF SAFE.
Redman Van and Storage Co. cl3S
JCS0.00 CONOVER PIANO; SLIGHTLY
used; great sacrifice; owner must sell Im
mediately. Clayton Music Co., 103 Main
WE INCORPORATE AND FLOAT
ntock companies. Wo handle unlisted securities-
Loans negotiated. Horatio GI1
bert & Co.. Ellicott squnro. Buffalo. c!163
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD. IOWA
stables. 123 W. So. Temple. allOS
TOU CAN SELL ANYTHING
through Tho Tribune. Ads under this
head frequently attract many Inquiries.
In overy elty somo ono paper has tho
call for this class of advertising,
VERY CHEAP. UPRIGHT PIANO.
Call nt Room 210. Atla3 block. Q149
J. E. DARMER. LAWYJiR. OFFICES
UM9 Commercial block. 'Phono DID-,.
WHERE TO STOP.
THE "WORTH;" STEAM HEAT, HOT
and cold bathn. 158 E. 2nd So. (I13S0
LINCOLN HOUSE. PAUL HEIN.
prop.. C3 E. 1st So., 200 rooms; ratea 2a0
and S5c. n3tC
DR. A. SCOTT .CHAPMAN, DENTIST.
W5-1 ScoU-Strcvcll bldg. 'Phono 1SW-Y.
U. C. T. FUNERAL NOTICE. ALL
members of United Commercial Travelers,
Council No 81, and friends aro roquestcd
to attend tho funeral services of our de
parted brother, John Dent, to be held at
tho Second ward meeting-house Monday,
December 19, 1901, at 2 p. m. Tako East
7th South cars.
dl42G FINLEY G. BROOKS. Secy.
MASONIC NOTICE. MT. MORI AH
lodge, No. -. will hold a special mooting
tomorrow (Monday) evening at 7:00 o'clock
tp Install tho officers for tho ensuing
year by tho grand master and grand offi
cers of tho Grand Lodgo of Utah. All
qualified Masons cordially Invited. Chris
topher Dlohl. Secretary.
A. A. S. RITE THE FOUR CO-ORDI-nato
bodies of tho A. A. S. Klto of Free
Masonry hold stated mcctlngn tho third
Thursday n each month at the. Masonic
Sm.Vi co"ief West Templo and Second
south. Sojourning brethren Invited.
r , WILLIAM J. LYNCH. 32 dog.
w Jordan Lodge of Perfection No. -o
Jamcs Lowo Chapter of Roso
-rot.- No 1
WALTER SCOTT. K. C. C. II.
IRA O. RHOADES. K. C. C. H.
Commander Salt Lake Council of Kadosh
FRED CLEM SCHRAMM.
K, C O H..
or,r,-Jr- of K. Ulah Consistory No. 1
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL. 33 des.,
Registrar for All tho Bodies.
V ARGENTA LODGE NO. 3, F.
vVXnnd a M. At Masonic hall, first
W Tuesday of each month. Members
Ur-Z ot -Istcr lodges and sojourning
uJnANK P SnERWOOD. W. M.
MOSES C. PHILLIPS. Secretary.
WASATCH LODGE NO. 1. F. AND A.
M Masonic hall, second Friday each
month. Members cf sister lodges and no
Journlng brethren in good standing In
vited, a. BROWN. W. M.
A. J LOWE, Secretary.
MT. MORI AH LODGE NO 2, F. AND
A. M Masonic hall, second Monday each
month. Members of sister lodges and so
journing members In good standing In-vlJd-
JAMES H. BROWN. W. M.
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL. Secretary.
EL KALAH TEMPLE, A A O. N. M.
S. Third Wednesday of each month. Ma
Eonlc hall at 8 p. m. All nobles sojourn
C. F. JENNINGS. Potentate,
A. BROWN. Recorder.
L O. O. F.
FIDELITY LODGE NO. 17. I. O. O. F..
moots ovory Wednesday night at S
o'clock, I. O. O. F. temple. Visitors wel
come.. TI J. CREAGER. N. G.
J. C. SMITH. Secretary.
I. O. O. F. TEMPLE DIRECTORY:
Subordinate lodccs moot na follows:
Utah lodgo No. 1. Thursday.
Bait Lake lodgo No. 2. Friday.
Jordan lodgo No. 3. Monday.
Rldglcy lodgo No. 9, Thursday.
Enterprise lodgo No. 15. Wednesday.
Fidelity lodge No. 17. Wednesday.
Mystic lodgo No. 22, Monday.
Oquirrh encampment No. 1. second and
fourth Tuesdays. '
Goldon Rulo encampment No. 2 flrat
and third Tuesdays.
Naomi Rebekah lodgo No. 1, fyocond and
Miriam Rebekah lodgo No. 5, flrat and
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
WOODBINE CIRCLE NO. 41 MEETS
every Tuesday, 8 o'clock, at L O. O. F.
SILVER MAPLE CIRCLE NO. .0$
meets evei-y Friday night at I. O. D. F.
FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA
EVERGREEN LODGE NO. 1G1 MEETS
every Monday at L O. O. F. lomple.
B. W. MAYO. F. M.
WM. E. JENKINS. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
CALANTHE MYRTLE LODGE NO. L
every Monday, K. of P. hall.
J. F. STURGIS, C. C.
Q. S. THOMPSON. K. of R, & S. USM
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 23. K, OF P..
meets every Saturday evening, 8 o'clock.
K of P. hall.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3.N
Every Thursday evening, K. of P. hnll.
KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES.
K. O. T. M. SALT LAKE TENT NO. 2.
Every Thursday. I. O. O. F. vhalL Vlalt
vng Knights Invited.
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
SALT I-AI-S CITY HIVE NO. 4
meets every first nVid third Tuesday, jj p.
m.. I. O. O. F. hall
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
SALT LAKE AERTE NO. G7. EVERY
Friday. 8 p. m.. A. O. U. AV. hall:
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD. ,
SEGO LILY LODGE NO. 252. FIRST
and third Tuesday. 8 p. m., A. O. U. W.
S. L. COUNCIL. 1C17. 2ND AND 4TH
Thursday. Jennings block.
H. A. JOPLIN. Regent.
E. L. JONES, Secretary.
DANISH BROTHERHOOD OF AMER
nnd 3rd Thursday. I. O. O. F. temple.
MOHAWK TRIBE. NO. 5. MEETS A.
O. U. W hall overy Saturday night. dlOlO
SUNBURST AND ACCORDION
pleating. Mrs. Jflnnona, 47 E, 1st So. MS
HYDROCARBON LIGHT CO.
CARRIES GASOLINE LAMPS. MAN
tclB. chimneys and burners. 103 E. 2nd So.
NEW OR 2ND-HAND. CASH, TRADE
or terms. Sorenacn-Stoutt Co., 43 E. 2nd So.
HAY, GRAIN AND COAL.
J. D. MUIR. 112 W. 2ND SO. BOTH
phones 28 1G.
FLUFF-RUGS MADE AND CARPETS
cleaned. 22G W. S, Tomplc. 'Phono 1209-X.
FOR QUICK WORK CALL UP
Koytlng & Anderson Plumbing Co..
130 N. I3t West. Tel. S03-1C z921
(just a few 1
An Unexpected Outcome.
THE Earl of Dartmouth, during a re
cent visit to Dartmouth college,
said, apropos of duollng:
"Why it Is I know not, but in
Europe no duelist is so feared na tho
American ducllflt. No duel Is considered
so deadly, so .hopelessly deadly, as tho
"The Parisians and tho Germans Bpcak
with shudders over their liquor ot Ameri
can duels wherein combatants aro locked
Into a room, their left hands tied togoth
cr, and hugo pistols In their right hands.
Thev think that In tho Western States
duel3 of this nature nre fought dally.
"Well, I am going to tell you about a
Parisian nnd tho use that ho mado of tho
American duel. Being challenged, after
a certain quarrel. It was his right to de
cldo on tho manner 9s tho combat, and
" 'This shall bo an American duel. Tho
other principal and I will draw lots, and
ho to whom tho lot falls will rotlro to a
secluded place and, within earshot of tho
seconds, shoot himself.'
"This horrible arrangement was agreed
to, and on a still morning the combatants
and their seconds mot In tho forest of
Fontalncblcau. Lots were drawn with a
good deal of pallor and nervous trem
bling, and luck went against tho man
who had proposed the American duel
"He took his revolver, bado farewell to
his soconds, nhook hhj opponent by tho
hand, and retired behind a clump of
stunted oak trees. Thero was a moment
of suspense, of silence, then tho report of
a revolver, nnd tho waiting men ran
round tho clump of onks with horror
"Thero the duelist stood, erect, un
hurt. His pistol still smoked in his hand.
He smiled regretfully.
" "Good gracious, gentlemen, Is it not
unfortunate?' ho said. 'I havo missed
Clement W. Andrews of Chicago, during
the convention of tho American Library
association of St. Louis visited a number
of St. Louis factories.
In one of these Inspections noon struck
in tho cardroom of a certain mill, nnd all
tho cardroom boys put by their work and
disappeared as if by magic.
"Do all the boys." said Mr. Andrews,
smiling, "drop their tools tho Instant the
"Oh, no, not all of thorn," said the card--room
boss. "Tho moro orderly ones have
their tools put away beforo that time."
A Dangerous Affection.
Prof. Van Dylo of Princeton said in a
recent address to a New York Sunday
school: "Errors of logic, Inconsequent reason
ing, aro common to tho young.
"A littlo Princeton boy tho other day
was walking with his mamma. As he
passed tho house of a friend, he saw a dog
playing on the lawn.
" 'That dog Is called Troy. Troy likes
me. mnmma,' he aald.
" 'How do you know Troy likes you,
Charles?' tho mother asked.
" 'Because, one day, ho tasted of me,'
said tho boy." ,
A Cruel Joke.
Thc Into Charles Parsons, tho million
aire railroad man of New York, was
noted for his kind hoart and for his dis
like of practical Jokes. Ho ono dny said:
"I havo loathed practical Joking ever
since my residence In New Orleans, Homo
fifteen years ago.
"I know In New Orleans a young man
of sensitive nature, who happened to bo
dtaf. He haled his deafness. He tried
to make bellevo that, really, ho was not
deaf at all. And this conduct, which was
excusable enough, drew down upon him
an amount of ridicule that was pitiable.
"I Bhall never forgot tho poor young
man's look of pain on a day when ho was
tho unconscious victim of a practical
"The Joker, walking with me. spied tho
deaf youth on thc other sldo of the street,
said. 'Now for some fun,' and boforo I
could-Intervene, catching tho other's eye.
he opened his mouth wide and worked It
frantically, us though shouting at the top
of his lungs.
"The deaf man hurried over -with a
vexed, bothered look.
" 'You needn't shout so loud. Do you
think I can't hear you?' he said."
A Till Tapper.
Joseph Lelter was in Now York the oth
er day. Ho lunched at a fashionable res
During luncheon tho subject of widows
roso, nnd on this Interesting topic many
original Ideas wero expressed. Mr. Lelter
"Some widows nre to bo pitied. Others,
again, are to be felicitated. My father
used to describe a widow of thc latter
"She lived In Maryland; she kept a littlo
village store. Her husband wns a worth
less fellow. He never worked, and ho
drank a great deal. A worthless fellow, I
repeat, but nevertheless, when he died
suddenly, many persona mado calls of
sympathy and condolence on the widow.
"My father did not call, but ono day,
stopping at tho store to buy somo trlllo
or other, he thought It was no more than
right to say in a feeling tone:
" 'You must miss your husband a great
" 'Well, sir,' said the widow, 'It does
seem strange to come Into tho shop and
find something In tho till.' "
During tho Inauguration of Flavel S.
Luther, thc new president of Trinity col
lege, a student said:
"I want to tell you about a mishap that
befell Dr. Luthor ono morning last month.
"Ho boarded ono of our Hartford street
cars, rode a mile, or so with his oyes fbeed
on his nowspaper, and, closo on tho end
of his journoy, looked up and spied ono of
his students crumpled In a corner.
"The student was in a wretched plight.
Ills clothing was stained, his linen soiled,
his hair unbrushed. His faco was pallid,
and his eyes wero bloodshot and dull. Ho
looked ill; he looked a wreck; and It was
easy to ace what tho Iroublo was.
"Dr. Luther, fresh and vigorous from
his bath and his good breakfast, roso to
got off. As ho pased tho unclean student
he said grimly:
" 'Boon on a drunk.'
"The student's sleepy eyes rolled lan
guidly towards Dr. Luthor, and In a dull
and listless voico the young man said:
" 'So have I.' "
A Long1 Swenr-OfZ
Ru8soll Sage thinks that smoking Is a
"I overheard one day." ho said recently,
"a conversation that delighted me. It
was a conversation between a young man
and his wife. He appeared to be a xalher
extravangant nnd lazy fellow. Sho np
pcarod to bo economical, Industrious nnd
"Tho wife was trying to urged the hus
band to glvo up smoking. Sho was point
ing out to him how much, In the courso
of a year, he spent on tobneco. Sho was
showing him that montally. physically nnd
financially he would bo better off without
" 'But nil groat men have smokad,' ho
" 'Well,' sho answered, 'If you'll glvo up
smoking till you'ro great, I'll bo quite sat
A Home Lover.
Andrew Carnegie, at a recent dinner In
Now York, talked about Peebles.
"Peebles." said Mr. Carnegie, "would
slrlko tho stranger as a bleak place. De
spite Its waulk mills, dcspllo ha black
cattle, and Its black-faced sheop, despite
Its' River Tweed and Its handsome iron
brldgo across tho Tweed. Peebles la not a
parish to strike the visitor aa gay or
"Nevertheless tho inhabitant, of Peebles
Before in Salt Lake as in the immense assort-
ment of HANDSOME, USEFUL HOLIDAY
PRESENTS shewn by SIEQEL'S. 1 H
NECKWEAR, the latest shapes I I
and patterns 25c to $2.50 1 j
MUFFLERS, in swell effects . 50e to $3.50 1 I
HANDKERCHIEFS, linen, cot- 1 j I
ton and silk ' 5c to $1.50 j I
SUSPENDERS, in Holiday boxes 5C to $1,50 J
UMBRELLAS and CANES . . . $1.00 to $10 I
SHIRTS in natty colorings . $100 to $2.50 1 j I
Smoking Jackets and Bath Robes Cut One-Fourth. g j H
BIG SALE OF MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S E I
SUITS AND OVERCOATS STILL CONTINUES. 1 !
lovo their home Thoy aro an odd pcoplo.
a peoplo gifted with thc power of saying
amusing, mcmorablo things.
"An old Peebles shcop-ralscr onco got
together a little money, and mado a Jour
ney to Paris. Paris, ho had heard, was
the most Joyous, tho most beautiful city
in tho world. Therefore ho would seo It
before he died.
"On his return, a month or so later, his
friends gathered round him.
" "Tell us,' thoy said, 'what Paris is like.
Toll us how it comparer with tho Scot
tish cities you havo seen.'
"The old man compressed his lips. Then
ho said, rubbing his chin with a rcflcctlvo
" 'Paris, all things considered. Is a won
derful place; but still, give mo Peebles for
f A Rusinn. Proverb..
"The late Frederic Augusto Bartholdl,
tho designer of the great 'Liberty En
lightening tho World' In Now York har
bor, was a taciturn man," said a New
York sculptor. "He said little, but his
brief. Infrequent speeches wero usually to
"Once, In Paris, I escorted a group of
women to Barlholdl's studio. They wero
rather silly women. They asked a great
many absurd questions, and they said a
great many absurd things.
"One of them, for somo reason or other,
got to talking about women in public life,
lecturing, voting, and so on. Sho asked
Bartholdl what ho thought of the. woman
"Tho sculptor looked at mo and winked
slightly. Then ho said:
" 'Maddm, thero Is a Russian proverb
appropriate to the woman question, and
I recommend this proverb to your consid
eration. It Is: If you be a cock, crow;
If a hen, lay eggs.' "
Jealous of Providence.
Beforo Frederick B Smith, tho secre
tary of tho International committee of the
Young Men'a Christian asHociation, sot
out on his ovnngellatlc tour of tho world,
ho wno entertained at dinner by a num
ber of his ndmlrors.
At the end of the dinner Mr. Smith made
an address, choosing for his subject
"Modesty." Among other things he Fld:
"Somo men are vain and conceited be
yond belief. I know a man who went
walking with his wife once on tho bank of
a stream. Ho was a careless, awnwnrd,
looso-jolntod man, and suddenly, his foot
slipping, ho fell overboard.
"Though tho water -was deep and cold,
tho man got out nftor a few minutes'
struggling and grunting, and JiIh wife, as
sho hurried him homewards, said:
" 'Georgo, you ought to bo thankful to
Provldenco that your llfo was saved
" 'Yes. yos,' George answered. 'Provi
dence, of course, was very kind, but I was
very clever, too.' "
A "Wasto of Time.
Health Commissioner Darlington of
New York was talking about the water
supplies of the world's great cities. A
foreign city was mentioned that, nftcr a
good deal of oxpcnslvo Investigation, had
decided not to Improve Its notoriously
lmpuro water service, and tho commis
"That city reminds mo of a magistrate
I heard about tho other day.
"A man wub arrested and brought be
fore this magistrate, and the caso was ar
gued, pro and con. for a long while. Tho
maglstralo listened Intently, und ho made
numerous notes. To tho eloquent argu
ments of tho lawyer for the defense ho
would nod vigorous approval. A littlo
Inter tho passlonato periods of tho lawyer
for tho prosecution would causo him to
murmur low phrases of nssent and en
couragement. "Finally, exhausted, tho lawyers censed
to talk. Thoy had said everything they
could think of. Thoy had no more Idenn
"Then tho magistrate, looking down
ovor his spectacles, oald heavily:
" DIs gaso has1 been ferry ably argued
on both sides, and dcrc haf bosn tome
ferry nice bolnts of law brought up. I
shall dakc dren days to gonidor deso
points, but I Bhall eventually decide for
. do blalnUfr.' "
A Matrimonial Mistake.
Henry Schaefer, one of tho champions
of the North American Skat association,
lives In Milwaukee, and at a Mllwaukeo
wedding breakfast ho said, upropos of
rice, tho other day.
"Tho bridegroom Is fond of rice. At
least, I hope he Is fond of rice. Otherwlso
ho will bo displeased, tonight, tomorrow,
next week, next month, when rlco comes
falling out of his umbrella, 111;: hat. his
flippers, hlo gloves. Somo husbands, a
year after their marriage, still find rlco In fl
"So I hope tho bridegroom Is fond of
rice. I hopo he will novcr bo called on to
say, whnn rlco is offorcd to him at table,
what I onco heard a sour looUIng man
"TI Is man rofucd tho proffered rlco
with a gesture of disgust, muttering.
" 'No, indeed. Oh, no, indeed.' jH
" 'You don't seem to like rlco very
much,' said the hostess. ,
" 'No,' tho man replied. 'It is associated
with ono of the most distressing mistakes
1 was ever guilty of" '
A Difficult Position.
Thc Rev. M. A. G. Hlmalayu. whoso sun
machlno has been one of tho features of jH
tho St Louis fair, was talking thc other
day about tho troubles cf thc St. Louis
"My friend," ho said of ono of the aero- ;i
nauts, "was placed, as It were, cn the
horns of a dilemma, for on one side was IH
the peculiar construction of his balloon, ,
and on tho other sldo were thc peculiar Jl
rules of the committee,
"My friend's plight resembled," Bald jH
Father Himalaya, "tho plight of a certain
clcrgymnn In Lisbon. This clergyman, In
tho mlddlo of a sormon. suddenly paused. 1
Ho looked about him thoughtfully. Then
he said In ;i strange voice: i
" 'Now, my beloved brethren, 1 find my
! self In a position of somo difficulty; for if ,
I I .speak too low those at the farthor end BH
of tho church will bo unablo to hear me,
and if too loud, I Bhall awako our honor-
ablo fellow-townsman, Don Alfonso Gon- JH
The Better Course. IH
The Rov. Hcber Nowton was educated
at tho University of Pennsylvania, and a
Pennsylvania man said of him tho ether VM
"Nowton, I remember, camo back ono , jH
Octobor dav from a walking trip In high
glee. Ho had a story to tell us, a stcry
that appealed to him.
"It seems that, on his walk, ho had put
up tho second night at a farmhouse. Tho
farmer appeared to bo a rather gay dog.
Ho talked about beer, cards, cock fights
subjects that Newton disliked. Finally. IB
after supper, as ho finished his plpo by
the kitchen stove, tho man said to hi.
" 'Marv, I am goln' down to tho tavern.
If I ain't back by 10 o'clock, don't wait H
for me.' .... ,. , 1 H
" 'No, I won't. If you ain't homo at 10
o'clock. I'll como for you,' retorted tha IH
wife, compressing her Hps In a grim
She Turned Vegetarian. ' 'jH
Tho Countess of Essox, who has many '
American friends, recently beenmo a
vegetarian. Tho other day, In a letter to
Now York, she accounted for hoi aban- 1 jH
donment of Ilesh. , 1 jH
"Bv chanco." sho wrote. "I happened to ,
seo the preparations In a slnughtcr-bousd H
for tho killing of a great herd of sheop. jM
"I can't tell vou how unpleasant these jH
preparations were how everything waa
stained deep with blood-how rhero nrosa
from tho drenched, dark floors tho pcou-
liar odor of blood. 1H
"Aa I was hurrying away, threo bcautl-
ful lambs wero led In by a man with a ' JH
Imig. shUdng knife. Filled with pity and I
Indignation. T said: I JM
" -How can you be so cruql as to putt
theso Innocent little lambs to death?
" 'Why. madam,' wild tho man. 'you jm
wouldn't eat them alive, would your ;
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had very cheap at thc Bill Druff Co,