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Jimr-K Snauss. Salt Lako City... 21
Myrtlo nurhrUco. Salt Lako CUV
William Dai- Flowers, Mill Creob W
Iloeo May JnckKon. Mill Crick
John VT. Rcld. Provo ?
Jean Mr.ltby, Provo
Bert H. Nclms, Salt Lako City -J
Efflo Do CIuo. Salt Lako City
Orlando J, Batcman, Wcot Jordan ';:!
Emma E. Brlnghurat, Tayloruvlllo ..5
Elmo V. Smith. Salt Lako City '
Pnlma Horlie, Salt Lako City 21
Xols E. Larson. Salt Lnko City 25
Annlo C. Parsons, Salt Lako City 2"
Lorenzo Drakcford, Salt Lako City 27
Robecca M. Anthony, Salt Lako City 22
Goorco II. Jensen, Salt Lako City 21
Annlo E. Rubor, Salt Lake City 19
John K. Christie. Salt Lnko City 2.1
Stella Beal. Rlchlleld.. J
Gust Johnson, Salt Lako City 27
Loulso Julian, Salt Lako City 24
I MONEY TO LOAN.
WE LEND MONEY TO BUILD
houses. It Is not necessary to havo tho
houso built nrsu Wo will advanco tlio
money as tho houso progresses. Lowest
rates. Part payment any tlmo, and lntcr
"t reduced accordingly. McGurrln & Co.,
j and 34 Main at. ml 50
ON UTAH' AND IDAHO FARMS. MIL
'cr & VIcle, S03 McCornlck bldg.
5IO0O TO 5CO.00O. ONE TO FITE YEARS,
farm or city property. Jamo3 EL Shaw,
under Walker Bros.' bank. paS
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS. EL
nicr E. Darling: & Co., 4 Eaat Srd South.
ON ANY PROPERTY; YOU RETAIN
possession. Tho Strlrujcr Co., 70 W. 2nd So.
DON'T BORROW TROUBLE; BOR
ROW money. Salaried mon or womon ac
commodated on their note, without mort
sago or lndorser, easy payments; con
lldcntlal. Cherry, iOJ D. IP. Walker bldg.
ON MOP.TG AG E ; NO COMMISSION.
Pomeroy. S6 W. lot North. Phono 2331-Y.
ON CHATTELS, ANY AMOUNT. O.
F. Peterson. 53 W. 2nd So u!230
S10 TO $1000 ON CHATTELS OR FUR
uilure; easy tormn; private. Equitable
Loan & Inv. Co.. C3! W. 2nd So. z290
ON IMPROVED OR VACANT PROP
crty. No delay. Weir. 25 W. 2nd So.
NO GOOD LOAN REFUSED.
Long or short time, largo or small
amount, on city or farm proporty; It's
all the snme to us. We loan our own
Money, hence wo can loan as wo please.
The Home Trust & Savings company,
G W. First South at. b211
VERY LOW RATES ON PIANOS,
fumlturo, horses, vehicles, etc.. etc, pri
vate, easy payments. F. G. Wood, 149
Main st. B. 310. b!0l4
MORTGAGE LOANS MADE ON FA
vorablo terms. Frltsch, No, 12 E. 2nd So.
YOU WILL NOTICE THAT MOST OF
the reputable loan brokers advortlso In
Tho Tribune. That Is because Tho Trib
une's classified columns aro the largest
ON FURNITURE, ETC., EASY
terms; pay when you want to. 210 AUaa
CHEAPEST MONEY IN CITY ON
furniture, pianos, valuables, etc., at ratca
cheaper than any one In city; easy terms.
Room 129, ICelth bldg. cl68
CALL AT 33-1 EAST -1TH SOUTH. SEE
plans and details on ground. cSC2
ON IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
Thos. W Partridge DC Com'l blk. d!0S3
UNTIL NEW YEAR'S WILL LOAN
tho highest prices on diamonds, watches,
Jewolry, clothing, guns, tools, furs,
ti links, musical Instruments, at th
'nto of intorcst charged by others. Lar
gest and most respectable pawnshop West
of Chicago. Undo Sam's, 30 E. let So
lt-1. B. 2170-Y. oCW
RELIABLE AND LIBERAL TREAT
mcnt Is our motto. Money loaned on dia
monds, watches, Jewelry and personal
security at reasonable Interest Rcllablo
Loan office, No. 65 East 2nd South. Bell
TO LOAN $1300.00 ON GILT EDGE
real estate. Address Y 13. Tribune dl3H
I HAVE JEOOO TO LOAN ON REAL Es
tate. Address, C 6, Tribune. dl53
ON REAL ESTATE OR CHATTELS.
Walter J. Mecka. 310 Atlas blk. d71
ON THE MINUTE; .LOWEST RATES
on pianos, furniture 112 W. Second So.
ilO.OOO.CO TO LOAN ON APPROVED
collaterals. Harrington, fic Perkts, Atlaa
block basement. d03
J50.C00.CO TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
at and 7 per cent. Harrington & Perkes.
Atlas block basement. d301
FOR XMAS. GUITARS, BANJOS,
mandolins, $3.00 and up. Uncle Sam'B, 30
E. 1st So. d223
PRIVATE HOME FOR CONFINE
ment cases. Mrs. Lizzie Gclalor. 236 W.
2rd North: Bell 'Phono 5G1-K. cl725
FOR QUICK WORK CALL UP
Kcytlng & Anderson Plumbing Co.,
120 N. 1st West. Teh S05-IC rc921
OSTRICH FEATHERS CLEANED,
dyed and curled by experts. California
Ostrich Feather Co., Main St., Hooper
Eldredge bldg. cliSS
HAY, GRAIN AND COAL.
H J D. MUIR. 142 W. 2ND SO. BOTH
1 FIRST-CLASS STABLE AND CARE.
H Inquiro at Barton & Co.. 45 Main. (11323
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
H nt ruction; large stock of latest chandc-
H Hers. Intcr-Mt. Elec. Co., E 1st So.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
1 etructlon; large stock of latest chande-
H Hers. lnter-Mt. Elec. Co.. 4G E. 1st So.
CITY SCAVENGER CO., OFFICE 137
H E Sth So.; 'phone 23-lG-z. cl227
H SUNBURST AND ACCORDION
B pleating. Mrs. Jennens, 47 E. 1st So. XAL2
GOOD GIRL; ONE THAT CAN COOK
and keep house; small family; no wash
ing. Good pay. 225 So. 6th East. dl827
A COMPETENT GIRL WANTED, 822
East 2nd So. dlC2S
HORSES CAREFULLY KEPT DUR
Ing wlntor months. Inq. Dr. "White, 28
State bU "Phono 64. dlSM
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
old buildings to bo torn down. Olo Ncl
Hon, 727 E. 7th South. til 337
BOARD AND ROOM BY TWO UNI
verslty otudents. Address Y 21, Tribune.
PARTI' TO SHARE CAR TO PORT
land, household goods. Inq. 645 West 1st
STOCK TO WINTER; GOOD. WARM
Dhcd, or Btnblo. 27 E. Cth So. d!192
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR MEN'S
daat-oft clothing, hats and shoeH. Send
postal 65 Com'l st, Bell 'phono 2125-X.
A SQUARE PIANO, for Bpot cash- 39
PEOPLE TO KNOW THAT I AM
still In the blacksmith business: all work
guaranteed. F, C. Robinson, 73 Markot 6t.
ALL KINDS SECOND-HAND CLOT Fl
ing, trunks, valises; best prices paid. 2S
Commercial street. Reply by postal card.
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
toves. Matsen, 251 State. 'Phono 2123-K.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR IRON,
brna;, rago, bottles, rubber, coppor. etc.
Utan Junk Co.. C3 E, Sth So. 'Phono 235.
A LITTLE AD. UNDER THIS HEAD
Attracts a wonderful amount 6f attention,
it Is because The Tribune Is tho recog
nlred want nd. medium of Salt Lake City.
GREAT WESTERN IRON & METAL
J-o.. dealer In scrap Iron, rcotals. rub
ooni. bottles, rags, otc Cnrloada a
epoolaliy. 270-24 So. 1st West. 'Phone
Ind tn. Bell 24.15. b:s77
HORSES TO FEED FOR THE WIN
ter. Bruneau, 38 W. 2nd So. cSSO
TO SELL FOUR PIECES ANTIQUE
furniture. S chalrB and one library table;
can bo seen from 3 to 5. 129 B s,
ANY CASE OF CONSUMPTION OR
stomach trouble or catarrh or rhou
matlom. $5.00 and JlO.fO a euro by my
method of healing of all manner sick
ness. Mm. A L. Hcsen. 52-1 S Main.
'Phono 1P65-K. c2121
- XMAS SALE SOLID GOLD RINGS,
$2.00 and up. Uncle Sam's. 30 E. 1st So.
CHAMBERMAID; APPLY AT WHITE
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
Apply mornings and evenings, 230 Oth
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK,
good wages; apply 770 East Brigham
A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; small family. Mrs. Frank D.
Hobbs, 1039 First street dl525
BOY ABOUT 16 YEARS OLD. 5 AND
10-Ccnt Store, 211 Main street. dl524
BARBER SHOP FOR SALE, TWO
hydraulic chairs, combination. Location
near depot. Rent, $12.00. Two-year loose.
Best In Ogdon. Clear $25 to $30 per week.
Leaving city. 142 Twenty-fifth st., Og
den, Utnh. dl57o
A SALESMAN FOR CITY, WITH REF
erence, up-to-date and convincing talker.
FS0 Atlas blk. d!417
RELIABLE PERSON IN EACH Lo
cality for business position. Salary $20
weekly and expenses, expense monoy ad
vanoea; position permanent; provlous ex
perience unnecessary; business estab
lished. Addrsa Mr Cooper, Como block.
EXPERIENCED LADY CLERKS AT
Franklin's, 10S South Main.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work In a family of three, no children.
Inquire of principal of Oqulrrh, after 3 S0.
GOOD. COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework; good wages. C13 First
FIRBT-tlLASS HAND 1RONER. EM
plre Utah Laundry- r dl013
SECOND GIRL; MUST BE GOOD
laundrcES. 4S G St. dS6
Agency, headquarters for all kinds of la
borers, bookkeepers stenographers,
clerks, hotels. Room 40, 63 West Sec
ond South. Phone 1K9. d7&5
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; small family; good wages. 066
E. Brlgham. dS65
RELIABLE GIRL FOR HOUSE
work; Ihrco In family; no washing. 214
XMAS SALE DIAMONDS. WATCHES,
rings, low prices. Uncle Sam'B.30 E. 1st So.
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Hotel, restaurant and household help.
Headquarters for laborers.
a W. 2nd Bo. Tel 44-2 rings. c742
THESE ADS ARE ALL PAID FOR.
and therefore come from tho best peo
ple. The Tribune docs not print free want
nds In orflf o make a showing.
GIRLS LOOKING FOR GOOD PLACE8,
pre Mrs. Olson, omp. off . 174 E. 2nd So.
MAN. ENERGETIC. WILLING TO
learn, under 35, lo prepare for Gov't posi
tion. Beginning salary in railway mall
service $,00 per year; good future; call be
tween 10 and 1. 307 Auerbach bldg, dl30l
FIVE AGENTS WANTED BIG
money to the right people, 3C9 Atlas blk.
IF YOU WANT EMPLOYMENT, PUT
an ad. In these columns. They are the
bent, becauso The Trlbuno is tho ricog
nlv.cd want ad. paper.
EXPERIENCED YOUNG LADY
wants position In offlco as clerk or
stenographer. Best references. AddresH
Y-37 Trlbuno. dl623
EXPERIENCED NURSE; BEST OF
references: wishes engagements. Address
275 West Oth So. dice
BY A NO. 1 GROCERY OR GENER
al merchandise clerk; add. Y 2S, Tribune
BY JAPANESE, AS COOK AND
houseworkor. Address Y 22, Trlbuno.
WOMAN WITH CHILD WANTS
chambervork In unit-class hotel about
Jan, 1. Address D Ramsey, Lako City,
BY MAN AND WIFE, AS COOKS IN
mining camp or on ranch. Mnn good
stock feeder or coal breaker. Address O.
B . 90." East South Temple.
BY YOUNG MAN AS STENOGRAPH
er with seven years' railroad experience.
Addrojs Y 15. Tribune. dll93
IF YOU WANT HELP. CONSULT THE
Trlbuno ads. Nono of them aro prlntod
SPIRIT SEANCE THURSDAY NIGHT.
Spend an ovonlng with your spirit friends.
269 East Third South ut. dH28
REMEMBER WE TELL YOUR NAME
and anything you wish to know: 10 to 8
dally. U to 2 Sundays Arnold Dickson.
269 East Third South st. 'Phono 2417-K.
MRS. P. FONTYN. CLAIRVOYANT
and trunco medium. 257 So. W. Templb.
NEAR MONUMENT, RIGHT-HAND
glove, fur top, corduroy lining. Roturn
Trlbuno ofllce. d!631
LIGHT JERSEY COW, HORNLESS,
mod. slzo; 153 So. 7th East. tel. 1638-K.
BUNCH OF 7 KEYS, LOST NEAR
pestoffico. Retjnrn to Trlbuno offlco. dlllfl
THE FIRST AID TO LOSERS IS THS3
Tribune. Somo remarkable "finds" aro
made by the use of there columns.
WE INCORPORATE AND FLOAT
stock companies. Wo handlo unlisted se
curities, Loans negotiated. Horatio GI1
bcrt & Co.. Elllcott Square. Buffalo. dl377
THE FURNITURE OF TWO 6-ROOM
houses, very cheap.
Tho elegant fumlturo of a 9-roora cot
tage, with lease. Proprietor going oast.
Soo our largo list of furnished houses..
Also bargains In rooming-houses, hotoli
and stores for ront.
GO TO NEVADA AND MAKE A FOR
TUNE. A first-class saloon, with all the oldo
Issues, at a division point In Novoda. A
Rentals and collections a, specialty.
REGE REALTY CO., 8 WEST 2ND SO.
WILLIAM H. ALEXANDER, 517 AND
51S Atlas blook. d!336
CHILDREN WHO CANNOT BUY
candy for. Xmaa, call Sat . Grand theater
candy stand, 111 E. 2nd So., and got a
packaso froo d!577
REMOVED, EBER W. HALL, UN
dortaker. to 225 South Wost Temple et
FLORISTS AND CUT FLOWERS.
THE ROSERIE. CUT FLOWERS
floral arrangomonts. 142 So. Main;
'phones 46$. c510
NEW AND SECOND-HAND EN
glnes, boilers, Clark mills, crushers, rolls,
plpo of all sizes, anglo Iron, shoot steel,
blncksmlth outflts, blowers, pumps,
steam and gasoline hoists, electric mo
tors, rails, plpo flttlngu of all kinds and
sizes, new drill steel, 1 80-h.-p, automatic
Corliss englno, new, 2 60-h -p. Tubular
boilers In battery, 1 9x15 Blako crusher,
1 set 14x28 Fraser & Chalmers rolls, 1 sot
14x23 Wall rolls, lot of cyanldo pumps. 1
4ton Fairbanks ncnlcs, 1 2-ton Buffalo
scales, 1 6-drlll air compressor. Tele
phono 2372-K- J. M. Swcm, 330 South
Third West b!234
UTAH POULTRY AND EGG CO .
headquarters for fancy poultry. Buy and
pell all times. Fancy live and dressed. Al
ways reliable. Fancy eggs for setting.
105 W. 1st South. Tel. 401. all 60
PLUMBING AND HEATING.
ERSKINE BROS.. PLUMBING AND
heating. 53 W. 1st So. at. Tel. 2021-K.
INTER-MOUNTAIN JUNK CO.
A. R. Strang, Mgr.
Dealer In all kinds of Junk, bags, rub
ber, metals, eta Car lots a specialty.
635 So. Stato. Ind. Tel. 1237. a2463
NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS, OS
car Grosholl, sales agent, No. 221 Main
st. Expert cash register repairing. Scc-ond-hand
rogister3 always In stock. nl&SO
NEW OR 2ND-HAND, CASH, TRADE
or terms. Sorenscn-Stoutt Co., 4S E.
2nd So. a34
DON'T BUY YOUR HOUSEHOLD
geeds until you havo Been our goods anil
prices. Wo carry the largest stock of
now ojid second-hand furniture, carpets,
stoves In fact, everything for complete
housekeeping; cash or Installment. No
NEW OR 2ND-IIAND. CASH. TRADE
or terms. Sorenson-St'outt Co., -18 B. 2nd
FLUFF-RUG S .MADE AND CARPETS
cleaned. 236 W. 3. Temple. 'Phone 1209-X.
DR. A. SCOTT CHAPMAN, DENTIST.
G05-6 Scott-Strcvell bldg. 'Phono 1E54-Y.
WE RENT ALL MAKES. TYPE
wrlter Exchange. C2 W. 2nd South. d451
HYDROCARBON LIGHT CO.
CARRIES GASOLINE LAMPS, MAN
tlcs, chimneys and burners. 100 E. 2nd So.
J. E. DARMER, LAWYER, OFFICES
1S-19 Commercial block. 'Phone 949-Z.
WHERE TO STOP.
THE "WORTH ; ' STEAM MEAT, HOT
and cold baths. 15S E. 2nd So. dl3S0
LINCOLN HOUSE. PAUL HE1N,
prop., d E. 1st So,, 200 rooms; rates 25c
and 35a. s31G
I-ROOM BRICK, MODERN; CLOSE
In. Tolophono 107i-"Y '"
3 ROOMS. JC.OO. NO. 9 EAST FIFTH
Bo.. Mortrnnson'u CU n'x"
MODERN 5-ROOM BRICK HOUSE. CIS
West lot South. dlM4
HOUSE FOR RENT; FURNITURE
for stilo; parties leaving the city, anxious
to sell at onco; houso completely and
handsomely furnlohcd; house for rent. In
quire S. V. Slielp, 204 E. 3rd South, corner.
FINE, NEW 2-STORY BRICK HOUSE;
all modern Improvements; deslrablo lo
cality. Inq. Dooeret Savings b&nk. c!163
YOUNQ & FOWLER, 33 MAIN ST.
5- room, cellar, bam, W. 2na So.. $10,00,
6- room brick, 223 W. Cth Bo,. $10,00.
FOUR-ROOM FLAT, EAST SIDE, $15.
Frltsch, No. 12 E. 2nd South. clOSS
S-ROOM, STRICTLY MODERN. CLOBE
in, $40.05. Tho Homo Trust & Saw Co..
6-10 W. 1st So. " C1020
FIVE-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE, 377
I ut, $16. U. U. HlBkoy, 201 McCornlck
TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS. CALL
150 N. Main. c577
SEVEN AND BIGHT ROOMS AND
one very larg l-room modorn houso with
steam heat All close In. Jas. K. Shaw,
under Walker Bros.' bank. alPSfl
FURNITURE PACKED FOR SHIP
plng, out rates, export packers of ohlna,
bric-a-brac, furniture, etc. Rodman Van
and Storago Co. Phono 555. US33
REAL ESTATE AGENTS ALL PA
tronlzo these columns and bo do tbo peo
ple looking for houses. Wo bring tho
two togcthor, Tho Trlbuno columns ad
vortlso more houses than all tho othor
9-ROOM MOD , FURNACE, E. 2ND SO.,
$40. U. U. Hi3koy, 201 McCornlck block.
A NEAT. MODERN, FOUR-ROOM
cottago, close In. Inquire 122 W. -4th So
3 OR A UNFURNISHED ROOMS. 408
East Third South, or 'phone 13M-Y.
2 4-ROOM COTTAGES. CLOSE IN; $10
per month. Hubbard Inv't Co., 78 W. 2nd
JANUARY 1. 6-ROOM BRICK. MOD
era, $20. 257 5lh North. dl312
HOUSE OCCUPIED BY MR. AND
Mrs. Shelp, 204 East Third South. Leav
ing city about January 1st. Will sell fur
niture, carpets, etc., to parties wishing to
rent Bllllarri-room. Interior modern.
TWO MODERN BRICK COTTAGES.
Inquire at Dogeret Savings Bank. d!07$
MOST MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSE IN
city. Newly tinted, furnace, laundry, linen
chutes, etc. 420 E. 2nd So. 'Phone 2351-K.
NEW FOUR-ROOM MODERN BRICK
house. Washington court, rear 542 Soc
ond East. dS6l
A SALOON; GOOD LOCATION. 191
Wet South Temple. Emp4ro block; $40.
Houston Real Estate Inventmont Co., 251
STORES IN THE EMPIRE BLOCK,
comr South Temple and First West. $20.
Houston Real Estate Investment Co., 251
MODERN 8-ROOM BRICK. 1 SO.
3rd East d359
45 W. 1st No. 10 rooms, mod. $35.
20 houses. All kinds, prices and loca
tions, Tuttle Bros.. 149 Main St d2C$
3 PLEASANT ROOMS. CLOSETS. WA
tcr. elec light, telephono; 37 S. 4th East.
37 WEST 7TH SOUTH. 2 APART
ments. 5 rooms and bath. $15.00 each. O.
F. Peterson, 53 W. 2nd So. cl21
$17 FIVE-ROOM 3RICK. HOT AND
cold water, bath, closet. Inqulro 533 W
1st So. dT5
6-ROOM COTTAGE WITH BARN.
East side. James K. Shaw, under Walk
er Broe.' bank. dlS
5-ROOM COTTAGE. $15. 421 EAST 6TH
So Inquire Smith Drug Co. c2143
A DRUG STORE: ELEOANT LOCA
tlon; cornor of 1st West and South Tem
ple. Empiro block; $40. Houston Real Es
tate Investment Co.. 251 Main.
FOR RENT FURNISHED.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSE
keeplng; 238 W. 1st So. d!596
STEAM HEAT; NICELY FUR
nlohod. porcolaln bath; privato home. 115
up. 454 S. Main. dl&SS
3 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSE
koeplng, with bath and light. 467 So.
2 DESIRABLE HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; no children. 139 W. Cth South.
4 MODERN HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
on Capitol hill, $25. Inq. 170 So. Stato.
3 OR 4 ROOMS IN A MODERN HOUSE,
on tho ground floor, for housekeeping. 70
W 5th South d!503
0-ROOM BRICK; MODERN; 477 6TII
East $30 to small family; call mornings.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, NO 21
Kendall Square. dl318
2 OR S WELD FURNISHED ROOMS
with bath for light housekeeping. 33 So.
1st West. dlSOT
TWO OR THREE FURNISHED
rooms for light housekeeping, 33G Seventh
East. 'Phone 209C-Z.
TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping, at 138 East 2nd
South. Inqulro No. 4 Floral avenue.
5 ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS,
on ground floor, for light housekeeping,
at 13S East 2nd South Inquire No. 1
Floral avenue dim
OR UNFURNISHED. 2 OR 3 VERY
desirable housekeeping rooms. Park ter
race, No. 30G Cth East. dSOO
ONE, TWO OR THREE VERY DE
slrable largo front rooms, ground floor,
for housekeeping. 213 5th East. d49S
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS,
strictly modern, steam heat. 325 So. 2nd
FINEST RESIDENCE IN BEAUTIFUL
Perkins's addition. Seo A. C. Smith, 142
Bo Main St. a2122
'xHE PLEAS ANTON. NO. 6 KENDALL
square; handsomely furnished rooms:
modern: close in. 'Phono 240S-IC z23t
WANTED. SMALL FURNISHED COT
tago or two or three rooms- must bo
modern: close In P. O. Box 1322. dl025
S FRONT ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEP
lng, close In. Room 201 26 W. 1st So. dl024
2 NICELY FURN ROOMS; BATH,
elec. light, gas range. 47 W. 5th So. dgol
YOUTHS AND MEN'S CLOTHING ON
caxv payments; get same with first pay
ment. The Hub, 25 W. So. Temple. b!474
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
THE SECURITY ABSTRACT CO.
: Salt Lake and Tooelo county abstracts,
i Atlas blk., W W. 2nd So. Tel. 290. ul927
FOR RENT FURNISHED.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR GENTLM
mon. 303 Ea3t Second South. dluia
2 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping; ground floor. 129 E. Atno-
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSE
kcoplng; ground floor. 570 So Main.
NICE ROOM IN STRICTLY MODERN
houeo. Board If desired. Apply 312 Third
3 ROOMS. FURNISHED: NEWLY PA
pered; $15.00. 156 8o. 4th W.. Bell 'phono
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping, In suites, at Rlcholicu. o
Boat 2nd So. Bt dlc32
THREE ROOMS EN SUITE. NICELY
furnished; housekeeping. 164 E. 2nd So.
EVERYBODY WHO MOVES OR
wants to mcwe, first consult Tho Trlb
uno' classified columns. Why? BecauBo
The Tribuno carries moro ado of that kind
than all the other papers combined.
FINE FRONT ROOM, ELEGANTLY
furnished, board if desired; 127 West
4 MOD. ROOMS. HOUSEKEEPING;
1760 Stato st., or cor. Wall, Apricot, Cap
itol hill. dlOU
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housnkeoplng, ground floor. 7S N. State.
Phono BU-Y. d831
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSE
keeplng; 50 W. 5th So. d&04
2 NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
light housekopelng. 438 H. 3rd Bo, C1314
A. A. 8. RITE THE FOUR co'9ol
note bodlw of the A. A S. Rlto of Free
Masonry hold stated meetings tho third
Thuraday in each month at the McTond
i7kcon"r Wet Temple and Second
south. Sojourning brethren invited.
WILLIAM J. LYNCH. 52 dego
w h JoTr(Jan L"Js- or Perfection No-
rvV JomM Lowe Chapter of Row
Croix No. l
WALTER SCOTT, K. C. C. H.
rnlR RHOADES. K. C. C- Hj
Coramandor Salt Lake Council of Kadosn
FRED CLEM SCHRAMM.
K- C- C-mL
nry-rP of K. Utah Consistory ino.
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL. 3 del-.
Reclatrar for All tho Bodlcn.
A ARGENTA IX5DGB NO. 3, F.
v,Vnnd A- ?f Masonic hall, first
XT Tuesday of each month. Mombprs
L.ot sieter lodges and sojourning
HANIC P SHERWOOD. W- M.
MOSEfl C. PHILLIPS. Secretary.
WASATCH LODGE NO. 1. F. AND A.
M. Masonic hall, second Friday each
month. Members cf slEter lodges and so
journing brethren in good standing m
vltod. a. BROWN. W. U.
A- J- LOWE. Secretary.
MT. MORIAH LODGE NO 2, F. AND
A. M. Masonlo hall, second Monday each
month. Members of sister lodges and so
journing members in good standing In
vited. WILLIAM M. RASH, W. M.
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL. Secretary-
EL KALAH TEMPLE, A. A. O. N. M.
S. Third Wednesday of oach month. Ma
sonic 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
meets every Wednesday night at s
o'clock, I. O. O. F. tomplo. Visitors wel
come. H. J. CREAGER. N. O.
J. C. SMITH. Secretary.
I. O. O. F. TEMPLE DIRECTORY:
Subordinato lodges meet as follows:
Utah lodgo No. 1. Thursday.
Bait Lake lodge No. 2. Friday.
Tnrdnn Inrlrn Jo S. MondaV.
Rldgloy lodge No. 9, Thursday.
Enterprise lodge No 15. Wednesday.
Fidelity lodge No. 17. Wednosday.
Mystlo lodge No 22. Monday.
Oqulrrh encampment No. 1, second and
Golden Rule encampment No. 2 ilrot
and third Tuesdays.
Naomi Rebekah lodge No. 1, fiOcond and
fourth Saturdays. .,.,.. j
Miriam Rebekah lodgo No. 6, first and
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
WOODBINE CIRCLE NO. 41 MEETS
every Tuesday, 8 o'olock. at L O. O. F.
SILVER MAPLE CIRCLE NO. 103
meets oveiy Friday night at I. O. O. F.
FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA.
EVERGREEN LODGE NO. 1B1 MEETS
every Monday at L O. O. F. temple.
B. W. MAYO. F. M.
WM. E. JENKINS. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
CALANTHE MYRTLE LODGE NO. L
evwy Monday, K. of P. hall.
J. F. STURGIS, C. C.
Q. B. THOMPSON. K. of R. & 8. u.TX
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 23, K. OF P..
zneeta every Saturday evenlnr. 8 o'clock.
K. of P. hall.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. Z
Every Thursday evening. K. of P. hall.
KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES.
'tOlZ-SALT LAKE TENT NO. 1
Every 'Thursday. I. O. O. F. halL Visit
ing Knights Invited.
ladies of the maccabees.
baltTke city htvbno 4
meets every first and third Tuesday. 3 p.
m., I O. O. F. hall
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
SALT LAKE AERIE NO. C7, EVERY
Friday. 8 p. m.. A. O. U. W. hall.
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. Regent.
K. L. JONES. Secretary.
danish brotherhood of amek
"ha"am3t"l7;d end 3rd Thursday. I. O. O. F. temple.
MOHAWK TRIBE, NO. 5. MEETS A.
O. U. W. hall every Saturday night. dlOlO
BUSINESS CHANCE BROKER.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL
nny kind of business see
V. P. HISKEY,
404 Auerbach building, 162 Main St a2049
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SPECIAL BARGAINS IN HOMES
and lots call on Tnnt
Prltchard & Too, Mgrn. R. E, JJcpt.,
Wllson-Shormnn Co., 52 V. 2d So, Tcl.492.
A NICE. ESTABLISHED HARDWARE
and furniture business In a thriving town
In Idaho, at a bargain, owner too old to
longer conduct the business and will re
tlro: now, clean stock. This Is a great op
portunity. Seo mo at once. O. F. icier
son, 63 W. 2nd So. d1"'6
PERKINS ADD., OTH E. AND 11TH
So. A few lots ut $125 each; $10 down; $10
Weir, 35 W. 2nd South. dl63a
SALE. , t
We nro Instructed to sll this week at
best price obtalnablo a nlc 7-room resi
dence, 6 blocks east of Main: has bath,
toilet, etc : nlco lot, south front, wltii
large barn, shade trees, etc. Coot owner
J2S00 last spring. What will you give?
YOURS FOR BARGAINS.
A. McKcllar & Co.. 63 W. 2nd So. U1375
$2500 7-room house. 3 acres of Ground,
with barn, chicken rune; all well
' fenced. A fine homo and a chartco to
mnko monoy. It will be sold on
easy terms at a great sacrlflce.
REGE REALTY CO.. F. M Powoll. Mgr.
No. 8 West 2nd South.
JUST THESE TWO. FOR A SAMPLE.
HAVE MANY OTHERS EQUALLY AS
7-ROOM. MOD. 2-STORY RESIDENCE
ON N ST. INCLUDING $60 STEEL
nROOM?MOD. 2-STORY RESIDENCE
1ST ST.. SOUTH FRONT. LOT 3X8
RA?RICHTER, 19 WEST 1ST SOUTH
ST. BOTH PHONES. 641.
WHEN YOU BUI' OR SELL,
Keep In mind tho fact that
We roako correct abstracts,
Guarantee ag.lnst all errors In title.
Examine titles. ,
Attend nil details cf purchase or sale.
The Homer Abstract Co.. Inc.
Main and 1st Bo., under Descrot Bank.
SEE CROMAR, 112 W. 2ND SO.. IF IN
terested In Salt Lake real estate. c!67
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 agency. Some bargains. Seo mo.
O. F. Peterson, 53 W. 2nd So. C1393
WB SELL REAL ESTATE. THAT'S
all. Tuttle Bros.. 149 Main: red bnll clgns.
THE TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED COL
umns carry more real estate ads. than all
the other papers combined and the ads,
are paid for. Whv? Because Tho Trlbuno
has the call for this clans of business.
TAKE YOUR CHOICE OF 20 LOTS.
nar Waterloo car lino, on payments of
$7.50 por month for any pair. (N B.
Theso lots aro $100 to $150 cheaper per
pair than other lots In this vicinity.) It
will pay you to investigate Frltsch, No
12 East 2d South street. dlOS2
C. W. MILLER. REAL ESTATE AND
loans, VY. Dtcunu uuuui nu
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. U. P. R.
R. lands. E. J. W1113. 15 W. 2nd So. mlS37
See Goddard. under Walker's bank.
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE INV, CO..
real cstato and loan brokers. 251 Main.
$16 CASH AND $7 CO PER MONTH BUYS
two good lots near Watorloo car lino;
price $250 for pair. Frltsch, No. LI B.
hid So. st. cicoa
76x185 FEET ON STATE STREET,
north of the Bell Telephone Co. Inq. 263
Commercial Club. z!85
WILL BUILD YOU A HOUSE AND
take part pay In lots. Contractor and
Builder 1063 2nd st. dSSt
Renl estate. 23 E. 1st So. a!253
EDWARD M. ASHTON. REAL Es
tate, rentals. :01 News Bldg. blOll
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
A FIRST-CLASS CONFECTIONERY;
address Tribune. Y 35. dI574
HOUSE FOR RENT, FURNITURE
for sale. Parties leaving city; anxious
to soil at once. Eight-room house com
pletely and handsomoly furnished.
House for rent; Inquire S. V. Shelp. 201
East Third So. corner. 11593
VERY FINE KITCHEN CABINET;
call 71 So. State. dlG90
VIOLIN. NICOLAI CREMONA 1703:
price. $500; address Y 36, Tribune. dl5S6
NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE. BEST
location for renting rooms. Sell cheap for
cash. Shaw Terrace. 2C6 W. 2nd So. dl332
MUST SELL ROOMING-HOUSE. 14
large rooms, account Illness, Enqulro 72
W. 2nd So., upstairs. dl529
AT A BARGAIN. FURNITURE OF 2
Bteam-heated rooms on Main St. Rent
only $10 por month. Address Y-34 Tribune.
FURNITURE AND PRIVILEGES OF
R. R eatlng-hou(?e. All trains Btop there
Mrs. Hattlc Knight. Modcna. Utah. dl515
GENUINE MAHOGANY PLANO: BAR
galn. Also player cheap. 278 E. 1st So ,
Flat 4. dlSIS.
leas'e AND ALL OR PART OF FUR
nlture of a 15-room boarding-house. Ih
qulro 246 West 1st So. d!164
ELGIN. WALTHAM WATCHES; $3.00
and up. Uncle Sam's. 30 E. 1st So. d222
WINES AND LIQUORS FOR THE
holidays at greatly reduced prices. Coun
cll Liquor House. 10 B. 1st So. c!69S
FIRST-CLASS LIQUOR CASE:
adapted for liquor and tobacco. Council
Liquor House. 10 E. 1st So. clCOO
FINE LARGE FIRE-PROOF SAFE.
Redman Van and Storago Co. cl3si
$650.00 CONOVER PIANO: SLIGHTLY
used; great sacrifice, owner must sell Im
mediately. Clayton Music Co.. 109 Main
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD. IOWA
stables, 129 W. So, Temple. allC8
YOU CAN SELL ANYTHING
through Tho Tribune. Ads under thin
head frcquantly attract many inquiries.
In every city some one paper has tho
call for this class of advortlwlng.
VERY CHEAP. UPRIGHT PIANO.
Call at Room 210, Atlas block, al43
BOARD AND ROOMS.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD;
71 No. State. . dl35S
THE CULMER. EXCELLENT ROOMS;
lable board. 153 Novth Main. Ind.
'phono 22S0. (5lo
ROOM AND BOARD IN PRIVATE
family, mod. 257 E. 2nd So. dl307
PERSONS DESIRING TO SECURE
largo, bright, warm, comfortable room?,
with excellent table board, seo tho
"Woodbine," 137 North Main. dC31
HOME COMFORTS AND COOKING
that will please ut tbo Iowa. 24C W. 1st
ROOMS WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD.
14C Social Hall, between Brigham and First
So, and Stato st. nl31S
THE ADVERTISERS UNDER THIS
head In The Tribune are likely to be tho
best In town, bera-sa thcr -rs s-orrcieWo
enough to advertise In the paper that
charges for tho service. It pays to adver
tio In Tho Tribune,
Pog Like alcTp
Nothing WHeltTsTDea,. W
Yoars, and GrWtc8t Ca
LONDON, Dec. 21.., Si
vcloped today n tf,Ta VitWk
dense than anything wl?c5c '
last two years. In nSff4
flo wa.M almost comnlotoi?.l5Cf
the greatest care Td'S'MK
accidents, a number otWK.
ready been reported hlcQ Uim
Aa night closed 'and -created
vehicle traffic Y
crowded sections of theVJi1 "SBl
was completely stopped K l
fog was not so thick in ClnUfhB'
In tho west end, but wksA' 8Bt
mile with Trafalgar sqft tirMf
It was so opaque that foot tflC
their way. Somo of th LSteMfi
wcro pitiful some were f'SK
tho whole wan extreme 'iWE
wore Instances n whTch tJ'MB'
hysterical, and even th0 h11"0
sense of direction and kWf
became confused and I drol?"551 4tfl0
side walks until finally ,m ,ea.
held up. At the main
the streets lending therM ,
lines of omnibuses. "b,l0a8'Bl
loaded with Chrlstmw n,.!04
motlonlcos. The moBt bPrmP
lights only served lo maft8 tW
visible. Torch boys X'Jh'
and they did a rushing InlK
road trains wero alf Sm.
Alexandra, who Intended V"5- IKf
for Sandrlngham thb evening M
hor departure on account 0f'v5B
th consequent difficulty 0f J1'
station from Buckln A.Mi
DUPLICATE FRANKLIN Fyfc
Andrew Carneglo Has a "BnJMp
for Massachusetts InsUtcK
BOSTON. Dec. 21.At a rnth jB?
Benjamin Franklin fund marian
city today a letter was read t ZW'
dent Pritchctt of the .AIasadZ'
stltute of Technologj- containirrW
OHltlon from .Vndrow CarSS
cato tho present amount MM
H00.0CO. provided tho tola & Mf
the establishment of a .chooi r?.lm
dustrial training of men aS?ig
tho lino of tho Mechanics atdH1
men's school of New York
Union Mr Carnegie turthtr J
that tho city of Boston shoulinB
a mlte or t.h0 Proposed Instlmu;,1
The board voted to thank
for his offer and to give the nuujH
consideration. A committer ?YTB
ed to study tho question of wSiBi
dono with tho Franklin fund IbkH
of establishing an institution
lines of Cooper Union. jf
ONE. FARE FOR THE ROB
Via SALT LAKE ROUTE. Tlcl'Sr
Dec. 23, 24, 25. 31, and Jan. L LHp
return, Jan. 3, 1605. See agenlsB1
EXCURSION TO COLORaH
Dec. 22 and 23, I!
Via Oregon Short Line and UgR
clflc; only $22.50 round trip. SteGH
agent for particulars; City tkkttV
TO MANAGE LOTTERIES
Treaties 361115 Negotiated 70B
States to Bring (This AtatjK
BERLIN. Deo. 21.-Prusla Ii
ting treaties with the other QH
states for tho collective manas?aH
stato lotteries and thus reduce tH
penses and share tho proccdJ oH
equitable system of perccaUgH.'B
lng the multiplication of agiau sB
ortlslng and removing the ntrcB
costly competition. Although t? JH
Bell a ticket In one stnto for aH
another is a misdemeanor vhi
lshable, It Is constantly dost
has boon Prussia's most annojiH
petltor by ralalng the capital
then conniving at tho sale of B
Prussia, Thereupon Prussia JB
to raise the prises and lo dlstrlWHw
tract-s as "why It Is a duty 10 r-wa
to tho lottery by a clerfynm M
tures showing a young roan brir!K
old parents his winnings. gj
MILLION CHRISTMAS TRM
That Many Required to SupplM
mand of New York and
BURLINGTON, Vt , Dec. afl
than 1,000,000 Chrlatmcs
been taken from the sides of
mountains to supply in part jrcJK
of New York and Boston. MoM,
trees have been cut in the TBj
Healdvllle, Mount Holly. Cuiuwmp
and Shrewsbury. Throughout UVH
of the Greon mountain range ujM
had been cut in former yean. V
Vermont is elated to be practin
tltute of young spruce trees.
The prices paid for the trB;
from 1 cent to 50 cents
stump. Their selling prices in uk
vary from 50 cents to & j,
Via D. & B. G. B.
One fare for the round ."Hj
all points in Utah. enr3MT
31. and January 1. Final llml
German Casualties iajR
BERLIN. Dec 21.-The
duto among the German troops W
in German Southwest Africa h
lows . Of flee w, 49. fen.
ures represent deaths '"fvyjB
Include the mlssl 7,nttrMt4
age of officers k I ed is ft
good marksnmnsldpofj" -v,
Tin Plate Mills t0Pj
SHARON, ra.. Dec JJSB
posted today by the Awen
Tin Plato cornpan tnai fjm
five mills of tbo plant
operation noxt Mondai M.
thoro will not n trr,
by tho compaiiylnfj -A
Ordered Saloons Cl
Special to Tho Tribune. VtSsaM
RENO, Nov. Dco.j I-"1 ?rewJM
Government has 5ent
that all wloons on Go T cr-H
bo doted on accoUnin ?;. canal
mlttcd along Gownmentca
Bad Tenants SejM
And rent collected. MJJ,, cJH
tectlve AsHOclatlon. g0t