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PAGETE2T TllF, 8SAX.T T.AIOS TKIBXTNT:. BATr-RDAY MOVING, DECEMBER ai, ttrtj,, !
HKl Pov K Pnttrrnen. Salt Lake Hly 34
rithel A. Smltlu-n Will I.ako city
IK JENSEX- At Murray, T'tnh. Decembor
I 30, 1WM, Jul Jensen, natlvo of Den
H i murk, aged 7s yf.irx.
Puncral BCrvlcea Sunday at 1:30 p m.
flat his late residence I Murray I. Tnterment
'.Miirniv cemetery. Friends Invited.
REMOLD, EBER W. HALL, UN-
der taker, t" .South " est Temple at.
FLORISTS AND CUT FLOWERS.
I T I IK ROSERIE. CUT FLOWERS
: floral arrangements. 142 So. Main;
!; -jihoni - c610
MONEY TO LOAN.
WE LEND MONEY TO BUILD
Hi houses. It Is not necessary to have the
UJ house built first. We will advance the
WU money n.i the house progresses Lowest
H rateR Part payment any time, and Inter-
.-st rucl ari-nrd!nKl Maiurrln & Co..
IH9 ?:- tind 34 Main mis&6
ON I'TAH AND IDAHO FARMS Mllr-
M ler A Vlela, 108 Met ornlck bldg.
Bw $1000 TO 180,000 ONE TO FIVE YEARS.
J farm or city property. James K. Shaw.
H under Walker Ilr.ii ' hank pSI
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS. EL-
iwr E Darling & "" . 4 E-iat ."rd South.
ON ANT PROPERTY YOU RETAIN
HI possession The Stringer Co.. 70 W Jnd So
H m 'X T i:. .i:k. vi:. .t i-.i.e i;-
row money. Salaried men or women ac-
ec mmodated on their note, without mort
Bil PnT or indorser, easy payments; con
Djli'kntlal. Cherr 407 D. V Walker bldg
ON MORTGAGE; NO COMMISSION.
H I Poroernv, v, . 1st North. Phono Z ! V
i'N iHATTELS, ANY AMOUNT O.
HBjF Peterson, t3 W. 2nd So ulC.lft
H V TO JK" N CHATTELS OR FUR-
Hnlture: easy terms; private. Equitable
jLoan & Inv. Co. W. 2nd So 7.290
11 1 ON IMPRi.EL OR VACANT PROP-
' frtv, No .bl.v. . Weli, Y 2nd So.
HI NO GOOD LOAN REFUSED.
I-ong or short time, large or small
Hnmount on city or farm property; It's
Ear all the same to us. We loan our own
H ruoney, hen. we ran loan as we i l . i
The Home Trust & Savings companv,
H 6 W. First South at. b211
ERY LOW RATES ON PIAN'
H f i : r 1 1 1 1 1 1 r . eliicl. i. etc j rl -
HflH vatc easv pavments F Wood 149
I Main st. B. 310. blOH
H MORTGAGE LOANS MADE ON FA
Kjvorable terms Frltsch. No. 12 E. 2nd So
YOU WILL NOTICE THAT MOST OF'
H1nfi reputable loan brokers advertise in
111 The Tribune That Is because The Trlb-
HH vile-s classified r. '.umns are the largest
Hfl and best.
I i i N FT KNIT I UK ETC, EASY
yfi terms; pay when vou want to 210 Atlaa
Kj block. cl2S
CHEAPEST MONEY IN CITY ON
HjH f urnll ure, pianos, valuables, etc., at rates
HJ rhfatiT tli m i i one In city; easy terms
H Room 129. Keith hide C16S
ON IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
llhos. W Partridge, rx f'nm'l blk dinj
UNTIL NEW YEAR'S WILL LOAN
El the highest prices on diamonds, watches.
Ijvwelry. clothing. guns tools, furs,
Hf . 'trunks. musical instruments at th
Mate of Intciept oharced by others. T-ar-Lifl
Blgest and most respectable pawnshop West
HHtl of Chlcaan. Uncle Sam's, 30 E 1st So
V 1,1 B -r,:'v r,,r'
RELIABLE AND LIBERAL TREAT
W nient 13 our motto Money loaned on d1a
ul monds. watches, lewelry and personal
ttl security at reasonable Interest Reliable 1
7 o'fflr-e. No. 66 East 2nd South. Bell
HI I HAVE $.000 TO LOAN ON REAL ES
m tate. Address. C 5. Tribune d453
ON REAL ESTATE OR CHATTELS
LH II "U rxltcr J Meeks. 310 Atlas blk. d71
ON THE MINUTE; LOWEST RATES
H or, pianos, furniture 112 W. Second So
110,000.00 TO LOAN ON A.PPROVED
li collaterals Harrington &. Perkes, Atlas
j Ij block basement. d303
iiowi TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
I at 6 and 7 per cent. Harrington & Perkea
Atlas block basement. d304
FOR XMAS" GUITAR9. BANJOS.
mandolins. J3j and up Uncle Sum's 30
E lt So. d223
NEW AND SECOND-HAND EN
H ;jj clnf hollers, Clark mills, crushers, rolls,
I pipe of all sizes, angle Iron, sheet steel,
H9jj blacksmith outfits, blowcre, pump?,
HHBj "team and gasoline hoists, electric mo
I tors, rails, pipe lutings of all kinds and
HHI Klzes. nnv drill pte, i Vi-h. p. automatic
I' Corliss engine, new; 2 60-h. p Tubular
H i l...,ers In ball' r . 1 IMak- crusher
1 1 t- t Fra-ser & Chalmers rolls, l Sot
I 14x28 Wall rolls, lot of cyanide pumps. 1
HI I 4-ton Fairbanks scales. 1 2Vfcton Buffalo
Jj' scales, 1 r.-drill air compressor. Tele
Mfl phono 2372-K. J M. Swcm, 30C South
HI Third West. bl234
1 DON'T BUY YOUR HOUSEHOLD
PI geeds until you have seen our goods and
I prices We carry the largest stock of
I I rif'W and second-hand furniture, carpels,
'j atoves In fact, evprythlnjr for complete
housekeeping; cash or Installment Ne
HJ ; braska Furniture Co . 62 E 2nd So c4J4
HYDROCARBON LIGHT CO.
,j CARRIES GASOLINE LAMPS. MAN-
ff'u ' lies, chimneys and burners. I(i6 E 2nd So
NEW OR 2ND-HAND. CASH TRADE
J or terms. Sorensen-Stoutt Co.. E. 2nd
HI Bo. 21435
NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS, OS
I pai Oroshell. sales agent, No :ji Main
H Ft Expert cash register repairing Sec
.1 or d-hand registers always in stock. nlSSO
i NEW OR 2ND-HAND. ('ASH TRADE
I or terras. Sorensi n-Stoutt Co., 4K E
1 2nd So. ZH34
j WHERE TO STOP.
THE "WORTH;" STEAM HEAT HOT
I and cold baths. US E. 2nd So. dl3S0
LINCOLN huUbb, PAUL HEiN.
9 prop.. 63 E. lit tJu.. OA room; rates 26c
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
stoves. Maisen. 2.1 State. 'Phone 2123-K .
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR IRON,
brass, raffs, bottles, rubber, copper, 8ti
Utah Junk Co., S3 B ith So. 'Phone ...
A LITTLE AD UNDER THIS HEAD
attracts a wonderful amount of attention.
It Is beoaUM The Tribune Is the recog
nized want-ad medium of Salt Lake City.
GREAT WESTERN IRON ft METAL
Co., dealers In scrap Iron, metals, rub
bers, bottles, rags, etc. Carloads a spe
cialty. rx-24o So. 1st West 'Phone ind.
1S2L Bell MS9-Z b2677
TO SELL FOUR PIECES ANTIQUE
furnltur-. .1 chairs nnd one library table
can be seen from 3 to 5. 129 B st
XMAS SALE SOLID GOLD RINGS
J2 .m and up. Uncle Sam's 30 E. 1st So
CARE of FURNISHED HOME; WIN
ter or longer, by lady, daughter ird son;
would pay pirt expenses; high referehi 1
Add. Y 47. Tribune. d'129
PARTY TO JOI? CAR TO SAN FRAN
Cisco, call C3 W 2nd So. or 'phono 2180-Z
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN CAN
Ttlllf n wanted nt once, by the month,
&i". ir commission; good pay to gornl
workers 968 South West Temple. d2073
A FIRST-CLASS FLORIST TO CON
duet r.-tall flower stor, elate salar and
experience, x B4, Tribune
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
old buildings to be torn down. Olo Nel
son 727 E. 7th South. dl337
BOARD AND ROOM BY TWO UNI
verslty otudents. Address Y 21 Tribune.
HIGHEST TRICK PAIF FOR MEN'S
cast-off rjnthlng hats and Bhoes S?nd
postal 65 Com'l st. Bell phono 212S-3C
ALL KINDS SECOND-HAND CLOTH
Ing, trunks, allces; best prices paid 21
Commercial street. Reply by postul Card
SCHOOLGIRL TO WORK FOR BOARD
and room or girl to assist with general
housework Apply to 50C E Fifth So
LADY STENOGRAPHER. STATE RE
IIkIou md salar wanted, must be steady;
position permanent Address Y 49 Trib
A CHAMBERMAID AT HAMPTON
House 140 W So Temple dilifl
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
at 16 4th East st. d2119
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOI TSE WORK
ffo. ul wages, good home no washing 6v
E 6th So. d'2130
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work 1037 First street, d2oC
EXPERIENCED FUR SEWERS ME
heay the furrier. Knutsford. d2'9
girl FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
family of r, adults; wagca $5, no washing
1084 1st st. Tel. 206O-Z
BOYS WANTED A. D. T CO. AT
las blork basement d2".;7
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
that i in COOk; wages JG 00 per week. Ap
ril Mrs. James A. Luke, 62 West i.ih
South street, city. d202S
GIRL TO HELP WITH WORK. 116 So
cial hall Tel. 1248-X. dl991
LADIES EARN $1" WEEKLY COPY
Ing at home; send stamped envelope for
particulars. A P. Wvnkoop, Duranjso
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 3&S W 1st So. dl92S
BY MANUFCTFRING HOItSE.
trusty a-slslant for branch office. $1S
I Lid weekly Position permanent No
capital required Previous .jxperlence not
' "t. t lal Address Branch Manager
Dearborn. Chicago dl861
WANTED RESPONSIBLE MAN TO
manage an office nnd distributing depot
for large manufacturing concern Salary
$1V) per month and commissions; appli
cant must huve good references and 19000
Capital secure. Address Supt . 323 W. t
12th St.. Chicago. ,11.70
MEN IS TO ST. TO PREPARE BY
home Stud) for railway mall clerks In
Utah. Call at once, 207 Auerbach bide .
GOOD WAGES SELLING THE UNI
veraal vegetable utensil drainer; sells r.n
sight. 24C W 1st So. dl7S2
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
good wages; apply i.H East Brigham
INTERMOU NTA IN EMPLOYMENT
Agency, headquarters for all kinds of la
borers, bookkeepers stenoffraphers.
cl'rka. hotels Room 40. 63 West Bi C
ond South. Phone 1969. ,;:-,
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; small family, good wages 9C
E. Brleh-im ris.S
N M A S SALE OIAMON'DS WATCHES
rings low prices. Uncle Sam'3,30 E 1st So
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Hotel, restaurant nnd household help
I eado.nartcra for laborers
55 W 2nd So Tel 4C4-2 rlnss c742
THESE ADS ARE ALL PA1F FOR
and therefore come from the best peo
pl The Tribune does not print free want
ads In order to make a showing.
GIRLS LOOKING FOR GOOD
places, re Mrs Olson, emp off , 171 E
WANTED AGENTS. .
IF tot: WANT employment, put
an ad In these columns They are tho
bct, because The Tribune Is tho recog
nized want ad. paper
YOUNG MAN W ANTS WORK AS BEC
ond cook or dish washer Add. "i IS, Trib
YOUNG MAN GOOD EDUCATION,
competent experienced bookkeeper .11.
ofTlce position, ran use typewriter; clt
ref. Add. Y 48 Tribune. i.
RESPECTABLE WIDOW LADY
wishes a altuatlon as housekeeper 140
South 6th West d2061
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN DEBIRE8
place as housekeeper; good refcrer, . g
231 Canyon road. J2033
IF YOU WANT HELP, CONSULT THS
Tribune ada None of theui ara printed
JOHN P SMITH. PUBLISHER OF
the Reeorder. Deckerx llle, Mich., will Klr.
a reward for the address of his son. Lue
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
structlon; large stock of latest chande
liers. Inter-Mt. Kite. Co , 45 E. 1st So. ,
PART OR ALL OF A NINE-ROOMED
house; partly furnished or unfurnished ;
St 3 E 2nd So. Inquire at Auditorium.
45 E. 3rd So.
CLEAN 1-KimiM COTTAGE, GAS FOR
cooking, electric lights, hath, laundry and
nice grounds; no children. 6th So. and
Main. Inquire .71 So Main. d213l
8-ROOM MOD. BRICK. 423 6TH E-. 130
Llnck. room 2. Commercial block. (12136
PARTLY I URNISHED HOUSE AT 89
E 2nd So Inquire at the Auditorium. d.VJl
6-RM BRK K INQUIRE 7 STANLEY
place, 2nd E, bet 4th and Cth So. d2'.4
6-RM. BRICK, MODERN. ELECTRIC
lights, bath. etc. 44.S W Sth So. d20B8
4- ROOM MODERN HOUSE; HALL
pantry, new paper, lights 16 No. 5th W
NEW MODERN ".ROOM BRICKU
close In. Apply C13 E. 2nd So. dCim
HOUSE AND BARN. CHEAP. 319 S.
2nd East. d207l
7-!tM MOD. FURNACE; 27 Q ST... $32.50
10-rm mod. br . 9413 Srd st 30.00
7-rm mod. br., 4 Amos terrace 26 00
6-rm. moil. br.. G3S So. State 25.00
6-rm. mod, br., 52. 5th East -''""
B-rm, m..d. br . 171 Mead - t ao.oo
6- rm, mod. br cot.. S13 E. 7th So 2"',0
7- rm.. 0 Li barn, E. Sth So . 18.00
4-rm. br . range. No bench 1
7-rm., water, 149 Dunbar ave 16 0
C-rm , e. I., water, ti7l 6th East.. lfi.00
6-rm.. barn. 1171 E 7th So 12.60
6-rm fr, 1465 7th East I'")
4-rm. br. cot., 20 Riverside ave V
4-rm cot., 910 F 41 h So 10.00
Front office room Houston block.
Houston's the Hiiusi-iH. 'Phon. .7 d'-'o'-O
NEW FURN. AND NEWLY DECO
rated house to rent; furn or unfurn 117
E. Brlgh:im. dh'SO
5- R. BRICK COTTAGE 112 E. T1I So
Bothwell & McConnughy. 503 Auerbaeh
3:w SO. sth WEST "-ROOM, NEW
modern brick; bath .electric lights, $15. O.
F. Peterson. 53 W. 2nd So. dl9S3
$3 -7 -ROOM MODERN 2-STORY
brick, elec. lights, porcelain bath, sewage;
3rd South, near 4th Ivist Inquire Janitor
Bcott-Strevell bldg., 16S Main st. dl927
6- ROOM BRICK. ELEC. LIGHT. BATH
and toilet. Phone 2060-Y, owner. IF'34
UPSTAIRS OF 339 SO. STATE ST.
FIRST-CLASS UPRIGHT PIANO FOR
rent 311 South 5th East dl78S
JANUARY 1. 6-ROOM BRICK. MOD
em. $20 257 6th North ril779
FINE. NEW 2-STORY BRICK HOL.sE.
I, modern improvements; desirable lo
cality. Inq. Deserel Savings bank. d)i8
YOUNG & FOYs'LER, 32 MAIN ST
6-room. cellar, barn, W 2nd So., $10.00.
C-room brlok, 223 W. Cth So . $lfi.W.
5- ROOM. STRICTLY MODERN. CLOSE
In, (40.00. Tho Home Trust & Sav. Co.,
C-10 W 1st So. C1029
FIVE-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE. 3.7
I st., $W. v. U. Hlskey, 201 McCorntck
SEN EN AND EIGHT ROOMS AND
one er large S-room modern house with
steam heat. All close In. Jas. K. Shaw,
under Walker Bros ' bank. nl9Sj
FURNITURE PAOKED FOR SHIP
plng. cut rates, expert packers of china,
brlc-a-hrae furniture. tc Redman Van
nnd Storage Co. Phone 556. tlttl
REAL ICSTATE AGENTS ALL PA
tronl?,e these columns und so do the peo
ple looking for houses We bring tho
two together. The Trlhunc columns ad
vertlse more houses than all the other
6- ROOM MOD . FURNACE. E. 2ND BO.,
$40. U. U. Hlskey. 201 McCornlck block.
2 4-ni.inM COTTAGES; CIXDSE IN; $10
per month Hubbard Inv't Co., 7s 'nd
HOUSE OCCUPIED BY MR AND
Mrs. Shelp. 2fl East Third South Leav
ing city about January 1st. Will pell fur
r.lture, carpets, etc , to parties wishing to
rent BIIMard-room. Irterlor modern.
TWO MODERN BRICK COTTAGES
Inqulr" n I Desen t Smuti;:-; b-iid: dli'73
MOST MODERN S-ROOM HOUSE IN
clt Newly tinted, furnace, laundry, lin
en chutes, etc 42o B 2nd So 'P:;one 2.:"d
A SALOON; GOOD JOCATION 191
est South Temple Empire block: $-ln
Houston Real Estate Investment Co, 2.M
STORKS IN THE EMPIRE BLOCK,
rrrner South Temple and First WeM. $20.
Houston Real Estate Investment Co , 251
MODERN S-ROOM BRICK. 461 SO
3rd East d"."9
45 W. 1st No. 10 rooms, mod, $35.
2t) houses. All kinds, pries and loca
tions Tuttlo Bros 149 Main st d'-v
37 W EST 7TH SOI Til, i APART
ments. 5 rooms and bath, $15.00 each. O.
F Peterson. 53 W. 2nd So. cL'l
6-ROOM COTTAGE WITH BARN.
East side. James K. Shaw, under Walk
er Broa." bank. dlS
5-ROOM CO! r A . E Jl". 421 EAST iVrii
So Inquire Smith Drug Co. j:i;
A DRUG STORE; ELEGANT LOCA
tlon; corner of 1st West and South Tem
plo. Empire block; $40 Houston Real Es
tate Investment Co.. 251 Main.
HOARD AND ROOMS.
PERSONS DESIRING TO SECURE
large, brlpht. warm, comfortable rooms,
with excellent table board, see the "Wood
bine," 137 North Main d2l 32
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS
and first-class board; free "phone, every
thing modern; guests" parlor. Mrs. Hill,
604 So. Main. d207 I
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD;
71 No State. di:;5S
THE Cl'LMER. EXCELLENT ROOMS;
table board 15S No th Main. Ind
'phone- 22S0. . d&10
ROOM AND BOARD IN PRIVATE
family, mod 257 F 2nd So dl3b7
ROOMS WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD.
14G Social Hall, between Brigham ird
First So and State St. U216
THE ADVERTISERS UNDER THIS
bead In The Tribune are likely to be tho
beet In town, because they are progressive
enough to advertl.se in the paper th.it
Charges for the service. It pays to adver
tise In The Tribune
INTER-MOUNTAIN JI NK CO.
A. R. Strang, Mjjr
Dealer In all kinds of Junk bags, tuh
ber. metals, ete c'ar lots a speclaltv.
63"j So. State Ind Tel. 1237. a243
DR. A. SCOTT CHAPMAN DENTIST,
503-6 Scott-Strevell bids 'Phone ism-Y.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
structlon; large stock of latest chande-llera-
Inter-Mt Elec. Co., 15 E lat So.
FOR RENT FURNISHED.
2 PRETTY ROOMS IN MOD. COT
tage; 2 closets, furnace heat, use of
kitchen If desired; comforts of home to
rlcht party, ref exchanged Add Y 40.
6-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. FUR
nlshed 1070 2nd St.. Innulro at store. 2ti3
North 1st West Tel. 2300-Z d2124
NICELY FUBN1SHED LARGE FRONT
room with bath for gentleman, $12 per
month. 571 So. Main cL'US
3 OR 4 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping. 113 Canyon road. d20a
NEW MODERN 5-ROOM BRICK FL R
nShed. Apply 160 E. Cth South d2037
NICE 6-RM . MOD. BRK COT , FLR
nlehed, good location on N. E. bench;
$26. Houston's the Houaers: 'phones 27.
Eil If. UodMS COMPLETE FOR
housekeeping, .ill modern conveniences;
$3e. 61 s So, Main. d2i
FIVE-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE
Call 15 Eaat Sixth South.
SEX-ROOM, WELL FURNISHED COT-
tage; close In. 'Phone 20C6 X. d2"32
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng suite; three rooms, bath, modern
close In. reasonable. Telephone 2125 K
413 So. 1st t d203fi
NICE l"RONT ROOM SUITABLE FOR
one or two. 249 East 7th So d!9s3
FINE HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS FOR
rent cheap. 676 S. Main. dl'j:i7
1 URNITURE FOR SALE AT A BAR
piiln of . s teiim-heated rooms on Main
st. Rent only yio per mo. Address Y 31,
TWO PLEASANT HOUSEKEEPING
looms In cottage. 67 W. 6lh So. dlSi
11' l SEKEEIMN'O ROOMS. com
pli t. , nice clean, new. modern house, 165
W. 6th So. dlM7
3 NICE FRONT ROOMS FOR HOUSE
keeplng. $16. 704 Srd bt Mrs. Low. dl780
3 MODERN HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
on Capitol hill, $15. Inq. 170 So. Stale.
3 OR 4 ROOMS IN A MODERN HOUSE,
on the ground floor, for housekeeping 70
V 6tD South. dlEfO
IIofSEKEEPlNG ROOMS. NO 21
Kendall S'luaie dl318
2 ort :: well FURNISHED ROOMS
with bath for light housekeeping. 33 So.
1st West. J 1 3u7
TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping at 138 East 2nd
South. Inquire No 4 Floral avenue.
OR UNFURNISHED 2 OR 3 VERY
d. slrable houst keeping rooms. Park ter
race. No. 305 5h East, d500
ONE. TWO OR THREE VERY DE
nlrable lare front rooms, cround floor
for hous kecplrc. 213 5th East. d496
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ItOOMS
strktly modern, steam heat. .325 So. 2nd
I'.'i t dFJ7
jHli PLEA8ANTON NO 6 KENDALL
nqunre; handsomely furnished rooms,
modtrn; close in. 'Phone 210N-K. zLX
3 FRONT ROOMS FOR HOUSFKEEP
Ing. clce In. Room 201 56 W. 1st So. dl024
EVERYBODY WHO MOVES OR
wants to moe, first consult Tho Trib
une's classlfleJ columns. Why Because
The Tribune carries more ads. of that
kind than all the other papers combined
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSE
keeping; 60 W Sth So. d604
R-ROOM MOTiERN 1MESE. INCLUDES
telephone, piano, etc D. S Murray, SI O
gtr. I 31741
2 V I RNISHED R' " IMS 1 'R LIGHT
housekeeping, ground floor. 129 E 4th So.
NICE ROOM IN STRICTLY MODERN
h I-.- p.i.ard If desired Apply 342 Third
FT'RNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
houseke. pine. In suites, at Richelieu. 306
Bast -nd So. 9t dig:
SUNBURST AND ACCORDION
pleating. Mrs. Jennene 47 E. 1st So. b452
YOUTHS AND MEN S CLOTHING ON
easv payments; get same t 1 1 li first pay
m. m Thi Hub, 2--I g so Temple bn74
COLIMBIAN OPTICAL CO. 26" MAIN
Wholesale and retail manuf. opticians.
FLUFF-RUGS MADE AND CARPETS
clt ined. 286 W S Temple 'Phone 1200-X
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
OR RENT. HOTEL DOING GOOD
business In prosperous city of Idaho, cash
required $2000 to $5000. Address Y 42. Trl-
FOR SALE A GOOD PAYING RUSI
ness; $-r"0 to $10" bandies It; investigate.
Address P. O. Box 865, city.
ONE LARGE fTh E-PROOF S FE
The Mine & Smelter Supply Co.. 121-123-15
West 2nd So. dlWsS
9-ROOM ROOMING-HOUSE $4.V lr2
ICast 2nd So. dlK3
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMING
house. best location; leaving town reason
f.ir selling. Mrs. Ross. 61-63 E. 2nd So.
" FRESH COWS. 4 GALLONS DAY
Jersey and Durham 637 E 7th So dl&35
I'UK.U' THI W El- K. i" I RNlTl 1 . 10
and lease 14 rooms with every convenience
fur 2S people liuiuire lor owner 246 West
1st South. d!7SI
EUREKA HOTEL, FURNITURE AND
(itur. - of 'Jo le drnoins, . i L- j office, smoke,
dining, sample-room, kitchen, cellar, laun
dry and parlor. $1250; sickness the cause.
ESureka, Utah. di7i
SAL' N. I IT1IER AS PARTNER,
ship or entire business. Apply 311 So.
AT A R RGAIN. FURNITURE OF j
ete.m-heated rooms on NLiln St. Rent
only $10 per month Address Y-34 Tribune
ELGIN. WALT HAM WATCHES; $3 00
and up Uncle Sam s 3rt E. 1st So. d222
WINES AND LIQUORS FOR THE
holidays at r -atl reduced prices Coun
cil Liquor House. 10 E 1st So. cl6J)S
FIRST-CLASS LIQUOR CASE,
adapted for liquor and tobacco. Council
Liquor HOUSS, 10 E. 1st So. cl090
FINE I ARGE FIRE-PROOF SAKE
Redman Van and Storage Co. cl382
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD, IOWA
stables. 129 W. So. Temple. alHT8
"YOU CAN . SELL ANYTHING
through The Tribune. Ads under this
head frequently attract many Inquiries
In every lty some one paper has the call
for this lass of advertising.
VERY CHEAP, UPRIGHT PIANO
Call at Room ZX) Atlas block. J49
A A S RITE THE FOUR CO-ORDI-nnte
bodies of tho . A. S. Rite of Free
M sonry hold ntnted meetings the third
Thursday In each month nt the Masonic
hall, corner West Temple and Second
South Sojourning brethren Invited
WILLIAM .1 LYNCH, 32 deg
W m Jordan Lodge of Perfection No 2.
W M Jnmcs Lowes chapter of Rose
Croix No 1
WALTER SCOTT, K C. C H.
IRA o. RHOADES, K C C H.
Cr-mmander Salt Lake Council of Kodasn
FR IT f i CLEM SCHRAMM
EC C. C. H
M of K Utah Consistory No. L
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL, S3 dec .
Registrar for All the Bodies
A ARGE NT A LODGE NO 3, F
wFtJv mi. A M At Maoidc hall first
Tueedaj of each month. Members
if Bister lodges und BojournlnK
FRANK B SHERWOOD, W M.
MOSES C, PHILL'PS. Secretary
WASATCH LODGE NO 1. F AND A.
M Maaonle hall rond Friday each
month. Members cf Ulster lodges nnd so
journing brethren In good standing ln
vlled A BROWN. W M
A J LOWE Seer-tarr.
MP MORI A H LODGE NO 2, F AND
A M Masi.nl. hall second Monday each
month Members of oir.ter lodges arid so
lournlng member:) 'n good Htnndlng In
vited WILLI M M RASH W M
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL. Secretary
f:l kalah temple a a o n m
S. Third Wednesday of each month Ma
sonic hall at S r m. ah nobler sojourn
ing lnvlt d
C F JENNINGS. Potentate.
A BROWN Recorder.
I n 0 F
FIDELITY LODGE NO 17. I OOF.
m'-ftR every Wednesday nicht ?t S
o'clock, I O. o f. temple Visitors wel
come II J CREAGER. N G
J C SMITH Secretary.
I O O F TEMPLE DIRECTORY:
:- i.i- itt lodgi i met ' s follows.
Utah lodge wo l Thursday
fait Lake lodge No 2 Friday.
Jordnn lodge No 3, Monday
Rldgli y lodge No. 9. Thursday.
Enterprise lodge No 13. Wednesday.
1 Idelity lodge No 17. Wednesday.
Mystic lodge No 22, Mondaj
Oquirrh encampmenl No, l second and
Golden Rule encampment No. 2, first
and third Tuesdays
RE RLE AH LODGES.
Naomi Rebekah lodge No 1, second and
Mlrlnm Rebekah lodge No. 5, first and
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
WOODBINE CIRCLE Nr II MEETS
every Tuesday, S o'clock, at I O O. F.
SILVER MA FEE CIRCLE NO. 108
meets i Friday night at I. O. O. F.
FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA.
EVERGREEN LODGE NO. 131 MEETS
every Monday at I. O. O F temple.
B Y MAYO, F. M.
WM. E. JF:NKINS. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTFIIAS.
OALANTHE MYRTLE LODGE NO. 1,
even Monday, K. of P hall
J F BTURGI8. C. C
O. S. THOMPSON. K of R. & S. u896
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 23. K. OF P.
meets every Saturday evening. 8 o clock.
K. of P. hall
ROCKY MOl NTA IN LODGE NO. 3.
Every Thursday evening, K. of P. hall.
KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES.
K O T M. SALT LAKE TENT NO. 2.
Every Thursday, I O O P. hall, vislt
Ing Knights Invited
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
s"aET LAKE CITY HIVE NO. 4
nv -is rv Mrst and third Tuesday, 8 p.
I m . I O O F. hall.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF T-:ACLE9
SA1 r LAKE AERIE NO 7. EVERY
Friday, 8 p. m.. A. O. U W. hall
SEGO LILY LODGE NO. 252 FIRST
and thud Tuesday, 8 p m . A. O. U. W.
8. L. COUNCIL, K"17 2NDANlTTtH
Thursday. Jennings block
II A JO PL IN. Regent.
E. L. JONES. Secretary.
DANISH BROTHERHOOD OF AMER
ICA HAABET LODGE NO 78 EVERY 1ST
and 3rd Thursday, I. O, O. F. temple.
RE DM EN.
MOHAWK TRIBE, NO. 5. MEETS A
O. U. W hall every Saturday nisiht dlOlO
MOVING AND STORAGE.
KIMBALL'S TRANSFER VANS MOV
Ing, storage and com'c'l hauling. IS W
1st So. 21S8-X u908
RE Li MAN VAN AND STOFlAGE CO.
moving, packing and shipping 'Phone S55.
Office. 120 and 12 S W. Temple. h!64o
HAY, GRAIN AND COAL.
J D MUIR. 142 W. 2ND SO BOTH
FIRST-CLASS STABLE AND CARE
Inquire at Barton & Co.. 45 Main. dl849
MISS CARRIE NELSON OF 218 D. F.
Walker block, has removed her shirtwaist
establishment to 409 Scott-Strevell bldf:
Will open Jan 1 dlS24
HOME-FINDINO ASSOC IATION FUR-nl.-hi
a homes for homeless children. 11
Earl court north of 4th So . bet. 4th and
f,th Ea.nt Tel. phon- 14:-X Bell.
DOZENS OF TESTS IN SUNDAY
njghl meeting your full name and ... . u
pat Ion. questions answered; future fore
told Free sittinKs in rents- Arnold-
Dlckson y ICast Third South Develop.
Inp class every Tuesday; tlrst five lessons
one dollar d2069
ARNOLD-DICKSON BROS PREDICT
ed phenomenal advance in Wabash stock
month:- aso Thousands of dollars were
made b IhoM who took the hint and
bought th" slock. No matter what you
wish to know, call on us, 10 to S dally. 11
to 2 Sundays. 2 East Third South.
Phone 2417-K i7'-t7
.MRS. P. FONTYN. CLAIRVOYANT
and tranco medium. 2C7 So. W. Tempi,
PLUMBING AND HEATING.
I I. SKENE BROS PLUMBING AND
heating W W. 1st So. st Tel. 2021-K.
TOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
U-ROOM CUT STONE DWELLING
strictly tlrst-clnss and moil In every ne
t.ill pood barn, 7n fi-ei frontline fa- Ing
west, rlsrht In town and especlallv desir
able for physician and niirp' on si i
lose In location for r.M- ti' nnd oKlCS;
Saving In Office rent will pay Int. on In
vestment; easv terms to responsible pur-
iei . price, 114,000 Houston R- al Estate
Ins Co., 261 Main Phones 27. oXi
GOOD BUILDING LOTS ON EVERY
street from State to Tenth F:nst, In south
oastorn part of city. Prices the lowest
Terms the easiest. You will save money
by securing lots now for sTirlnjf building.
FritSCh, No. 12 East Second South st. dauBS
WIIV PAY RENT
when you can have a reliable builder
with fou.-t experience In thl-
city, build you a liome on easy monthly
payments? Come and see me.
A J JENKINS.
Th-w, Ind. 2113. 729 So. Sth Fast
HAVE PURCHASED TWO BEAUTI
ful building lots on 2nd st b( twecn P and
Q sts . south front, east lot, 2X10 rods
win build to suit and m ike reasonable
terms My past record In building houses
speak- for Itself llnus built by me ar
not thoee cheap ready-mads ones A.
Rlchtcr, 19 W 1st South st. Phones G-tl
7-ROOM BRICK, MODERN, WITH
barn, nlco lot; N E. location. 3o mlttutes'
walk Muln St.; easy terma. address Own
er. Tribune dl688
FOR SPECIAL BARGAINS IN HOMES
and lotH call on
Prlt chard Pop, Mcrs R. E. Dept.
Wilson-Sherman Co . U W. 2d So Tel. 492.
WHEN YOU BUY OR SELL,
Kerp In mind the fact that
We mnke correct abstracts,
c,u,i rant..-., icalnnt all errors In title,
Attend all details of purchase or sale.
The Homer Abstract Co., Ine.,
Main and 1st So , under Deeeret Bank,
SEE CROMAR. 112 W 2ND SO. IF IN
terested In 8alt Lake real estate. clCT
FOR BARGAINS SEE ME. I HAVE
several hundred thousand dollars' worth
of real estate which I own or control ex
Cluslvcls You can K''t It onl;. through
my uk'.-ncv s..nie bargains Bee me.
i f. Peterson, SS 2nd So. cl3
WE SELL REAL INSTATE THAT'S
all. Tuttlc Bros., 149 Main; red ball signs.
THK TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED COL-
untns carry more r.-ai estate ads than all
the other namrs combined and the ads
are paid for Why? Because The Tribune
has the call for thhi elass of business.
C W MILLER, REAL ESTATE AND
loans. 112 W Second South st.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS U. P. R
R. lands E J Wills. 15 W 2nd So ml837
See Qoddard, under Walker's bank.
HOI BTON REAL ESTATE INV CO.,
real estate and I 'm brokers. 2Til Main
78x186 FEET STATE STREE
north of the Bell Telephone Co. Inq. 268
Commercial Club. zls5
WILL BUILD YOU A HOUSE AND
take part pay In lots. Contractor and
Builder. 1068 2nd st. d884
MIDGF EY-BODEL CO .
Real estate. 23 E 1st So. al2.V
EDWARD M. ASHTON REAL ES
tnte, rentals. VM Ni wa Hide blOR
SMALL SILVER WATCH AND FOB.
Return to 614 East 3rd So ; reward. d2141
AN EPISCOPAL PRAYER BOOK
marked "A. V. N " Return to 127 E Brlk'
A ROLL OF BILLS CONTAINING
over $100. one-half the amount will be
paid to anyone returning th? same to room
308 Templeton bldg., or 2T.7 Commercial
SMALL BLACK D VY-BOOK RE
turn to r.63 South Sth FJast. J. E. Malln
Jr.. and receive reward. dSOTB
THE FIRST AID TO LOSERS IS THS
Tribune Soma remarkable "finds" are
made by the use of these columns
WE RENT ALL MAKFS TYPE
writer Exchange. 02 W 2nd South. d4ol
CITY SCAVENGER CO.. OFFICE 137
E Sth So ; phone 2346-z. C1227
PRIVATE HOME FOR CONFINB
ment cases. Mrs Lizzie Gelaler, 326 W
2rd North Bell 'Phone 561-K C1725
BUSINESS CHANCE BROKERS.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL
any kind of business see
V. P. FIISKEY,
404 Auerbach bulldlnk' 162 Main St. a2049
WILLIAM H. ALEXANDER, 517 AND
CIS Atlas block. dl336
FOR QUICK WORK CALL UP
Keytlng & Anderson F'lumblng Co.
ISO N 1st West. Tel. 80ii-K. t921
J E. DARMER. LAWYER. OFFICES
1S-19 Commercial block 'Phone 919-Z.
UTAH POULTRY AND EGO CO.,
headquarters for fancy poultry. Bin and
sell all time? Fancy llv ami dressed. Al
ways reliable Fancy ..-ks for setting
MS W 1st South Ti I )n all6n
Pardoned From Penitentiary.
SARNIA. Ont., Dec 30 Matthew Jone
aced 30. sent from Sarnla to the Kingston
penlti ntlarj for life for arson eighteen
yeara ago has been pardoned throuRh the
t-fforts of his daughter and the Salvation
Army, and was enabled, to return home to
Tammany Elects Same Old Tigers.
NEW YORK, Dec. Tammany hall
has organized for 1906 hy re-electing near
ly every one of Its officers. J Sergeant
Cram was re-.-l... t.., , halrman of the een
eral oommlttee and Daniel P McMshon
w n - sl i ted chairman of the i xecutlvi
.... 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 e
Catholic Priests Expelled.
SAN .11 AN. P R. ivr. 3Q Tho fatho.
lie priests of Paradise and Zunlga have
been exp lied from the chin ch i Bishon
Blenk and ordered to leave Porto Rli v
REALTY MEN " j
Association 111 Nee '
Concessions by the Farmer 1
Make Bond Issue Almost
Councilman Fcrnstrom. Denie, j
Romark Credited to Him 07 1
Announcement ynstorday of tho
Ing of mod!ncatons of the water tZT'W
c.ntract between the city and the cn?
tonwood farmer;,, change whleh 0u .
rato all of tho alleged dangerous and" '
ocflrable features of the contraci hav
be;ved to virtually remove ,erlou.' 1
billon to tho water and sower MnJ rr
CMitlon to be voted upon at the tS 1
1 lei tl,n called for next Tuesday
marked was tho withdrawal 0r nnvi
t . n by members of the Salt iJ 2! 1
F.Mate ossoclaUun. tho only orrinliiiu' 1
that haa opposed the proposiUon ,2?
body, that a special mooting Wju 1
tor today to reconsider the former act 1
li.c meeting Is to be held at U a m I
at the bureau of Information on Sar'ii
S uth street S B. Tuttle, a PromS25l
rumber of the acsociatlnn 'predu iet lo 1
1'ight that the organization vnUM todTl
.-,te In f. vor of tin- wat.er proro-ldorilil
:lrongly as It had before otrd awasl
All Ubjectlons Are Met
"All of the Important objections whlcJ
the ,ih ..-lailon urged against tlto coall
tiact with the faxmsrs aro now mti
ti e remova.i of the causes for thw tikM
ectlons." Maid Mr. Tuttle, and a8 a coll
- stent bod o( business men we cansaJ
. r ord to withhold our indorbemcnl of thai
I 1 o'isltlon We must have water 'wjj
e.K,itl I1U..-..1 the proposed acquedyct uM
the sewer and w? cannot w-li h re fo-i
anything- better than the proposr!nn
It now stands. We can never couirc'l
MH h Improvements as are contemplate: i
without trusting something to th; hoaorj
.old Integrity and good Intentions of thai
pabii. oiilclals who happen to be tU
1'ower, and with the otijr tionanie fea-fl
tures of the contract with the lj.rrrG 1
eliminated I consider tho proposition afl
1' ore. and shall vote forlt'M
am very ?ur that a large majtrity oT'K
the real estate men will look at It lr. !
the - ime way ind that Its In.lor-i. men'tjW
b thi association will carry as -trcogtiH
n.w a1- n was defeated before. I notlccH
that Attorne Snow secured greater coal
a .vlrmii lrom tho farmers than h uH
Mured tho Commercial club that h--; couflH' I
L S Hubbard of tho firm of HiibbanHj
I ion who was one ,,( ,Me firt ta rajdH
tbjectlonri in thr. real estate .1'-..- mt!oM
to the contract a.s it originally stood, IB
ha. iom. out tr..nT!y UH.
II or . -oi i-p ttie bonis I think UK
h.uiKes ir. the- contra 1 make It ..ntlrtlB
at lf'aet r ," said Mr Hubbard, 'and H
Mali now support the proposition" rtajV
in e sentiment.'' were expressed oy WalH
R ruttle E J H iff and oiIkt retK
: late men.
Others Not Reconciled.
I n nl I '- 1' hit. m, TiioauiBi
ILimer and one or two other merobtrH
m the association win:.- adtnittliii IhaB
tin modifications of the contract r'tdcB
11 vi r iiiu. h I. -- objectionable, are r.cOB
J'et in . oil: Imdi TMt M
pilnclpal objection Is that the sevi-nuH
hang'-s m.-'ale 11 th. p'-m as orlgi.iallrB
Lieaented b the Council coromitteH
prove that the plan was not a ir.it urnH
in- ond that there Is vet danger ef verjH
SefCl;s .l.-fe. t j
efrihldor It unb.islne.-ssllke 10 vote bondH
..'rlne th.- proposed !:.i,Wi ifnprove-
neiit. t I'tah lake v.hn it Is con.'dMH
that no part of the sum will he requlrttH
.'or three or four vears, and theitltH
w'll then have the privilege of rllrB"
N ten annual Installments without ipjH
"I hev also fear that the prlrjE
leek feature of the nroposltlon will HPK
be . (ri led out ai cording to tho orlfliiiJ Sji
pin 1 W.
Fcrnstrom Denies Charge.
1 our., lima . F rn.tr. an r. ents TheiMO ,
Homer's -'n m. r. that he na deiM ' !
information. H. : ay. that he never tolcB
Mi Mon.. r that It wa none of his bu.fJj
-; to bud olit I . . 1 ' thh.C. I. '' 1
w anted to know about the scheme of lh j
I took Mr Homer ip to th-' En-1
r.ocr's ifflcc m elf ' said the oundl-J
m. 1 ' He got He re ul! the in f irrrwttoil I
1 .1 he rsKi d for He did not tot tMl
information that Ik want-1. t'-',UMfl
did not want to know the r al fait.' n' j
wanted ligures that would cor. 'beratejl
his Ideas with -egard to th. w.-ite-nt;w:J
r -, H, did nor Mk- It beeauee I proveM
H ot he had contradicted himself in ocfl
of his statements he -v.vs that t ;re M
plentv of wat;-r fmrn th" ' ,ake in
the statement under whvh his m.n? ap-j
1 1 a- chairman of ih- r--.il tati
, , n.initi , I,.- sirs that there will
" a 01 .i-r.-u irvm h-- I lah lake, aaj
matte of fi.-t he I- only ab)U'i,;'Jl
s- eon l-f.-et out In Hint statement. "V ' j
tin- Government mum. .-ments ha- p .1
mrfde thcr. will be 1500 second-fe-t ,yM
the Inke. And I.. 1 1 .diets hlrnsfil
i mse In anothi r Lsstie f 'nr i;Hr 3
admits that there will be plenty o. I
Wliat the Mayor Said
"Mr Horn, r H Ml' ' l nffhl
V hen h yavs that flu- audr. -s to W
vi,..".s tra.lict-. th- M..M.rs Mrt
to the rout., -II He sail that th- MajcfJ
said th rw.rl.s d.-parl .n-n. had nol
butn pa li B for iis. if w hat th M
r.i.b -lid o w ., 'n.it th. tn
,,. i.v th tt.il.r d.parinient 'f
not, to .any out the Improveaie
thai we w. re oollgfttcd lo earr 1
S;..- lal aui tl.-n sale or dL.rr, nd M
jev.elrv. consisting ot brooches. JM
ets rings, sleev but tor, . pi'-3- '; M
, ,-hnnrs, Mud- earring', e---
s.tiir. l ' ' -," "'"'i 1
t,, K regardless of original .1
W H:i:i'.' n,nns.,-r audl.-n swle.
Main street, below Kenyon. ; ;.
Via Oregon Short Line. WP
Ticket, ru. -.I' I.-.err-ber ; , M
and 31. 1904. and Janu ..n IV
limit January 3 city Ticket office.
Main street See agents.
Horses Victims of Christmas.
'III' '.' l'" -J'" victims of (tifH
f.n t thai . .irlsimns earn foMim
Th. animal--. . I P .pplnH ' ' died
Ir o ks und. r stress not l0 nd ,WW
spinal paralysis or were snoi bjh
suffering. - M j
Gate and Clear rroek coal . X
Co., 78 W. 2nd South. Fnne