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r -tO '.THE SALT LAKE TRlBuHJi, WEDNESDAY MOEJMXNG, AUGUST 25, 1909. 1
't . , ' :M. j
I , FUNERAL NOTICE
J LOBERG Tho funeral services of Tfi-a.
; I Liddlc A. Loborg, aged years, of No.
i 17 Plilpps placo. will bo hold from the
funeral chapel of Eber W. Hull. 101 South
all West Temple, :it -J p. m. today, August
1 1. -1 001. Friends Invited. Interment ut
'W Mt. Olivet cemetery.
hj-fl omhalmcr. 164 S. West Temple. Phono
fl '' THE FLOWER SHOP. CUT FLOWERS
j nnd designs. Undor Nat'l Barak of Rep.
IARGESTOCOSeTeCT FROM. K.
ji McKonzlo. Display yards. 422 S. State.
j skxorXphrTfuI witii-
n out charge. "The Shorthand Shop," r.lC
ji Atlas. Phono MM. wl9G
1 1 FOR GOOD, HONEST, HUSTLING MEN
; with be3t of references. We can usually
Ji supply men of all occupations. Honest
; t employment of any kind solicited. Tcle-
-U ' phone Boll 2251; Ind. 2281. General Relief
jfj Commlttoc. I. O. O. F. nl717
,,' LACE CURTAINS AM) FANCY LINENS
jij ,i laundered: work guaranteed. Mrs. Stal-
i) lings. Bell 4957. t22S2
. PRINTER, JOB. AD UNION, SOBER.
' married. Tclosraph II. Forward, Salt
! Lake City, w!134
,t FIRST-CLASS JAPANESE. EXPERI-
II, enecd man, wants a situation; one as
"J a hotel cook, big boarding house, or as
",'ft best family cook or general housework.
JM1 TC. Morlmoto, SI Richard St., Salt Lake
ji City. w!45?
jjf YOUNG MAN WISHES POSITION DO-
'1 Ing chores while attending school for
IB board. Address B-16, Tribune. wl477
carpenter good all around
Ji' man, wants steady position; city or
I lj country. Address B-17. Tribune. wl!74
'j YOUNG MAN WITH Al TECHNICAL
Uf education wishes employment of any
! kind In any engineering line. B-21, Trih-
J! 1 tmc. W149S
1 1 YOUNG IADY WANTS TO GO OUT
' Ironing by the day. Inquire ind. 1C15.
II' WOULD LIKE POSITION AS PORTER.
B-45. Tribune. wl740
' I FIRST CLASS APPEARING MAN, MAR
) rled. Speaks American. Italian. Spnn
Jt , Ish and some others. Wants position do
,U i partment store, manager mine camp or
I some other good work. Salary only; town
i ; or country. 13-52, Tribune wl701
. J WANTED PERMANENT POSITION BY
stenographer, seven years experience.
Law or real estate preferred. Address.
1260 E. 1st So. Phone Ind. 2S21. wl674
' I WOULD LIKE POSITION WITH RE
i liable house with ladles' tailoring, good
references. Address B-53, Tribune. wlC6C
jj WANTED POSITION IN GROCERY
store with view to buying snmc. B-40,
I Tribune. w!729
) ' MIDDIjE AGED SINGLE MAN WISHES
Ti i position as night watchman or janitor;
j ran give government references. Address
: .j B-5G, Tribune. W1720
j YOUNG' MAN WOULD LIKE POSITION
. ( as stationary engineer or llreman; has
., jl experience. Address C-44, Tribune.
I jl W2379
cook; no washing. No. S East court.
COLORED YOUNG MAN DESIRES Po
sition as Itmitnr- In office or public
building: good references; also oxperl
unced. Plionu Ind. 23G0. Address C-3S.
FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRESS WISHES
work by the day: thoroughly compe
tent and reliable. Address C55, Trih
u no. W273B
WANTED I, AD Y, 45 YEARS. WISHES
position as housckcopor for gentleman
without family, or ono child. Address
D-14, Tribune. W2021
YOUNG JAPANESE BOY WANTS PO
altion as cook or general work. D-3G,
EXPERIENCED LADY WISHES POSI
tlon as nurso In confinement cases ajul
taking cure of family. 342 3rd East.
Al MANICURIST WISHES GOOD Po
sition. Address D-40. Tribune. w?.012
BY MAN AND WIFE OF EXPERIENCE
In mining camp, etc: man Is first-class
chef and managor; had charge of several
large concerns; last placo ono year: can
furnish references. Room 21, 24 E. So.
POSITION BY NO. 1 MEAT CU.TTER.
Address D-3S, Tribune. w30l9
WOULD LTTCE POSITION AS BLACIC
smlth: sober nnd steady. C. E. Tracy.
57 South State. w3022
WOULD LIKE POSITION AS COOK TN
prlvntc family: just from the cast; no
laundry work. D-44. Tribune w300l
CABINETMAKER AND CARPENTER.
first class, wants steady position, or
work on contract. Address D-4G, Trib
M-VRRFED MAN WANTS JOB AS STA
tlonary fireman. In city. D-57. Tribune.
BRIGHT JAPANESE SCHOOLBOY DE
sires position In good family. Address
No. fi2 Second avc. w20'J0
EXPERIENCED MALE BOOKKEEPER
and stenographer desires position In
city. Address D-52, Tribune. w3002
MINE MACHINIST WANTS EMTPLOY
jiient; 15 years' experience gold nnd
coal mining machinery. Address E-0.
WANTED PLACE TO WORK FOR
board and room, by young man attend
ing school. Phone Bell 11"S. Ind. 1182.
224 Stato street, 3 electric pianos and
stock of jewelry, notions, wall cases. 5
showcases, cash register, desk and 2
phonographs and lot of records.
C. E. OSTERLOII, Auctioncor.
C. E. OSTERLOH IS AGAIN IN THE
auction Irislness; goes anywhere, any
time, to sell anything. Household goods
and merchandise a specialty; real cftatc.
farms, atitomobllcs. Addrc.13 or phono
orders nt 224 State street; residence phone
1503. Auction sales dally. C. E. Osterloh.
WHEN YOU WANT TO CONSULT E.
M. Onion, call up 173S on Ind. phone.
E J "HAMILTON PLACE" j
j $3,000 and up
If 1 , $500 down $30 Monthly
I Payments f 'Like Rent" I
1 I Facts and figures that every renter that
Ki I every home builder should
i j consider
Hp' I Cost of Bungalow Home f , t.f 1 1 $3,000.00
1 - 'j Payment down - 500.00
! Balance due to be paid by
;j :. monthly payments . . 1 1 . , , t ,$2,500.00
11 Monthly payments . , . , . t , , . . . $ 30.00 j
J Monthly interest dne on bal- '
S ance of prindrpal 7.29 ;
1 J Amount applied on principal
1 enc mon3 s 1 1 1 1 t . t 1 1 1 . $ 22.71
1' I Yon vrUli own your owd bome In-110 montlie, with nil the advance
J in value by improvement nnd city's natural increase, The only
H 1 actual investment is the payment of $500, whicb, during the pay-
S ment term., will come baclc to yon in value increase of tho property,
V I Bungalows Modern, Artistic and
' I Convenient
e. Beautifully finished in antique mission five rooms conven-
H iently planned and furnished wltli every modern improvement
' I large bsthroom, hall, two" clothes closet, front and baok porches, I
Hl .1 complete plumbing, city water, eewer connectione electric lights j
H' 5 nnd gas a gas range in every bungalow Teady for occupancy.
, Distinctively individual no two alike enough variety to lend
, a homelilce attractiveness to "Hamilton Place" that is immensely ,
t R popular with those who have already purchased one of these new,
k modern bungalow homes,
Bk I These Bungalows may be bought direct from ub or through any
Hj r first-class Eeal Estate Deahrr in xhe dvy nsk your agent or call
1 on us NOW.
H- 1 Salt Lake Security &
H I Trust Co.
1 32 Up. Main St. Phones 142.
B: nTTTnTarangmiVfirT-"'"" , y .muvrTTtm
WANTED HELP TEMALE
bonnaldti. Apply Kcnyon hotel. wl'8-10
GIRLS WjVNTISD IN ALL JDEPART
monts. Apply Troy laundry, 131 South
0th Eaat nt. nllS8
VA XTED LAUN D RESs! APPLY TO
j A. C. YVhlto, Fifth East Hotel, ho-
tweon 10 mid A.
EXPERIENCED REPAIR WOMAN FOR
olotinliif? shop. Applv by H o'clock Mon
thly mornln?, iOD Stato st. Boll 5021:
Ind. 3273. wlO-iO
GIRLS WANTED LV ALL DEPART -monts.
Royal laundry. C-'5 So. State.
GOOD. COMPETENT COOIC; SMALL
family. 110H 3rd avc, . W1753
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
hou.soworlc. Apply 128 G Htrcol. v21.'!C
COMPETENT GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK;
small family: very small washing; very
good wages. Apply S13 East Second Sc.
RELIABLE ITOUSEGIRL AT G78 E. SO.
CHOCOLATE DIPPERS WANTED. Ti.
Eltc Candy Co. 2270
YOUNG WOMAN AS CHILDREN'S
nurse; good wages; reference required.
J3(? So. 7th East. w2.'!0l
WANTED AT ONCE. CHORUS GIRLS;
experience unnecessary. Call betwucn
II and 12 o'clock. Also ticket seller and
lishcrn. 22D Atlas block. W2315
A GOOD COOIC AT G10 E. South Temple.
Bell -1237. W2 IG7
WANTED MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN
for general housework. Apply at 75
II street. w2I10
WANTED WOMEN WHO CAN CJUAL
Ify In a short tlmo to bow In the cus
toms department of tho Brown School of
Dressmaking. Good wages. Apply at
once. Bell phono 703; Ind. phono 2503-A.
Brown School of Dressmaking, Boll Tele
phone building. w25SI
GIRL WANTED. INQUIRE 232 E. Sol
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS SOLICL
tor. ludy or gontlnman. for road work
on the "Trans-Missouri Farmer nnd
Ranchman." Price, 25c per year. Tniilal
numlx-r appeared this month. Salary and
expenses. Address R. A. Johnstone", CIr.
Mgr.. Cheyenne, Wyo. W27GG
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN FOR CHAM
ber work at Realty Blk. 225J South
W. Temple. w202 1
(GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
G4 F street. w2U29
EXPERIENCED HAIRDRESSER: MUST
bo able to handle hair work. 212 Main
St. Room 11. w2042
A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework to go to Evanston, Wyo.;
wages ?S per week. Apply 027 E. South
A GOOD LAUNDRESS. MONDAYS AND
Tuesdays. 121 Gth East st. Bell phone
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK. 207 STATE
TWO LADY PRESSERS WANTED 1M
modlately. 375 South State st. W29S7
WOMAN TO DO HOUSECLEANING. IN
qulro at 71 Commercial st. w2!iS2
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
small family. 31S 2nd ave. w3021)
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
Inquire 521 E. 1st South. w30:t4
PIANO TEACHERS: GOOD SALARIES:
apply Immediately. Brown School
Teachers' Agency, Bell Telophono bldg.:
Bell 703; Ind 25G3-A. W3010
WANTED COM PETENT GIRL WHO
can sleep homo: small flat; 2 In family;
no washing; wages 7. No. 11 Swallow
flats; Ind 3701. W3015
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
no washing. Call 1175 Second ave.
! YOUNG GIRL FOR GENERAL llOUSK
work. G5G So. Main. w3057
AN EXPERIENCED SALESLADY. VI
, i-nna bakery. 10 E. 3rd So. - Call bet.
. ! and 11 a. in. w.ll lO
: YOUNG LADY WITH GOOD FORM. TO
1 pose; good salary. E-9. Tribune. w3HS
MEAT AND VEGETABLE COOK. A P
ply 25 E. 3rd South. w3l,",7
NURSEGIRL. APPLY S23 E. 2ND SO.
AN EXPERIENCED WOMVN FOR
linen room. CuHcn hotel. w:;i"2
! WANTED IIETjP TVIALE
once, $16 gunrantee. Address A. E- Ar
thurs, Evanston, Wyo. w2031
WANTED RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS.
city carriers, postofllce clerks. Gov
ernment examinations In Salt Lake City
Nov. I". Free scholarships. Wrlto Gov
ernment Civil Service Instructors, Dept.
12, Rochester, N. Y. w2555
GOOD SAUSAGE MAKER. WHO CAN
assist In shop If necessary. Other than
first class need not apply. Phono Sutton
market, Provo. Utah. w'.'09:s
50 MEN AND 25 TEAMS WANTED: NO.
Temple. 6th West; teams ?5 for S hrs.
Davis & Heuser. couti-actors. wI'.OIl
WANTED MALE STENOGRAPHER
for out-of-town position. Address D-53
Tribune, In own hand writing, giving ref
erences and experience. v3042
FIRST-CLASS P H O TOGRAP1I E P..
first-class experience required. Address
D-ID Tribune. w305G
TRAVELING SALESMEN ' EARN $1000
to ?10.000 yearly. Wrlto for free book,
"now Salesmen Succeed." and secure po
sition with reliable firm. Bradstrcel Sys
tem, dept. 155, Rochester, N. Y. tG7G
WANTED 1 ST- C LASS PIANO PLAY
cr. Majestic Theater. w30UG
OPTICIANS EARN FROM $200 TO $500
:l month. The Salt Lake Optical college
yles the most thorough and practical
course of any optical college in the coun
irv; evening clauses. Dr. Cassady, secr'y.
2fiO Main si. W3102
WANTED MEN'. MOUNT PICKLE
WANTED MAN TO ASSIST IN OFFICE
and do collecting: salary $100 per
month; life position to right man; $100
cash required. Address E-5 Tribune.
w.l 11 -1
YOUNG MAN TO CANVASS. CALL P.E
fore S:30 a. m., 203 West Third South.
PHOTOGRAPHER, WITH PLATE CAM
era: experienced In scenic work, with
$25(1 cash as guarantee: steady work and
fair pav. Address B. P. O. box l'.U. city.
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD TO THE
first person giving exact information
as to tho whereabouts of Eric B. Hlnton.
Applv George B. Hlnton. Hotel New
Windsor, Salt Lake Clly wG53
MEN OF GOOD APPEARANCE TO
handle the Great White Light. Apply af
ter 7 p. m. to Hampden nt Citizens' Coal
Co., 153 Main st- w650
WANTED BARBER. AT NO. 11 Ex
change place; steady Job; good guar
FIRST-CLASS FOREMAN CABINET
makcr. Inquire Dlnwoodey Furniture
WANTED FIRST-CLASS WAS MM A N
at Billings, Mont.; steady position; S21
week to right man. Billings Laundry Co.
WANTED RAILWAY MATL CLERKS.
Applications received and forwarded to
Washington, room ill) Bell Telephone
building. Examination November 17. Bell
phone 703. Ind. phone 2503-A. W25S5
, STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
notcl, roslnurant and housohold help.
, Headquarters for laborers.
l L. 2nd bouth. Phones -101. c713
MoiJm . D,IXON EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
bleu I cd and unskilled labororn furnished.
t i.lsl,lat Sotn, cor. Commorclal,
Boll phono 3388. Ind. 323. p3
GREAT WESTERN EMPLOYMENT
agency. 2.18 South State at., supplies: all
kinds of labor, skilled and unskilled. Ind.
phone SOG. Bell 318G. tlGG2
UPHOLSTERERS; GOOD WAGISS. AP
Ply at Utah Bedding and Mfg. Co.
TJ?,A,M,S T0 HAUI BRICK. CROWN
I. rick Co. (succen'oi-s Hatch Brick Co.)
Apply city ofjlce. C2 W. 2nd So. (up-
8'alrs); distributing yard. 12S N. 3rd
West, or plant, Davis county Steady
RAILWAY .MAIL CLERK'S EXAM1NA
Hon soon. Information free. Call at 137
Atlas block. Bell 5131. t3173
SEWING BY THE DAY. TnD. PHONF.
WANT 15 D A FIRST-CLASS SOL1CI
tor. lady or gentleman, for road work
on the "Trans-Missouri Farmer and
; Ranchman " Price. 25c per year. Initial
numbnr appeared this month. Salary and
expenses. Address R. A. Johnstone. Clr.
Mgr.. Cheyenne. Wyo. w27GG
ALL KINDS SECOND-HAND CUDTJI
Ing, trunks, valises; bent prices paid. 23
Commercial st. Reply by postal card.
Phones 3771. t71
VOUR OLD CLOTHING. WILL CALL.
Salvation Army. Both phones. 121D1
TO DO YOUR UPHOLSTERING AND
mattress remaking. Utah Bedding and
Mfg. Co. Both phones 383. b303
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR OLD
clothes, etc. Bell phone 5023. Gy Com
mercial st. m2177
WESTERN JUNK CO.. DEALERS IN
metal, rubber, etc. 250 So. 1st Weat
and 10 II So. State. B.ll Main 2316.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR. IRON.
brass, rags, bottles, rubber, copper, etc.
Utah Junk Co., S 10 So. Uh Weat. Phone
HORSES" AND c'aTTLE PASTURED
near city by tho month: will deliver
animals. -47-1 W. 2nd So. Ind. 2380.
PIECE OF ACREAGE FOR SUBURBAN
subdivision: deal- with owners only,
W-30. Trlbuno. tl90C
YOUNG AND FAT CALVES. FRESH
and dry cows. A. T. Saunders. Phone
A PIANO TO USE FOR STORAGE;
will take best of care. Bell 1149-IC.
WANT MALE AND FEMALE TICKET
to Los Angeles. 212 West 1st So. Ind.
phono 2529. vl32l
SMALL. UNFURNISHED HOUSE. 2 OR
3 rooms; state terms. Address B-15.
TWO HORSES. 1000 LBS. OR OVER ;
prefer unbroke; state price and ngc.
Address B-22.. Tribune. wl574
$1500 LOAN WANTED ON REAL ES
TATE; NO AGENTS. 11-3, TRIBUNE.
$11,000 LOAN ON REAL ESTATE; EX
TRA GOOD SECURITY FOR
AMOUNT, ll-l, TRIBUNE.
SOLITAIRE DIAMOND RING; MUST
bo cheap and perfect. Address C-3.
ORDER FOR SAND AND URAVEL,
prompt dcllvory; cellar digging and team
work. Bell phono 2S39-NZ, or call 5th So.
und Statu between 12 and G p. m. w2220
STANDARD MAKE PIANO; STATE
make and at what price; no dealers. Ad
dress C-GO. Tribune. w22GI
SINGLE GENTLEMAN REQUIRES
bedroom, sitting room and bath by
month, with two meals; permanent; state
full particulars. Addrcts D-l, Tribune.
A FIRST-CLASS PROMOTER TO SELL
stock. Apply W. L. X., Tribune office.
A COUPLE FOR TWO PLEASANT
housekeeping rooms: reasonable. 7;'S
So. Main. Ind. phono 2279. w2791
TO BORROW. $2500 ON IMPROVED
city reul estate. Bell 2130-X. w2S12
WANT TO BUY DIRECT FROM OWN
er, corner lot. east or northeast bench:
also acreage properly suitable for subdi
vision. Address D-17, Tribune. w2G05
TO ADOPT A CHILD UNDER 2 YEARS
of age; boy or girl. Call 2319 ind.
WA NTED HOUSE. ONE OR TWO
rooms. Address D-3U. Tribune. w2013
TICKET. MAN AND WIFE, TO SAN
Francisco; must bo cheap. Address
D-12. Tribune. W3000
TWO YOUNG MEN WANT PLEASANT
room, with board; central location. E-l,
A FURNISHED MOD. HOUSE OF G TO
S rooms, by responsible people. Bell
phono 23S9-Z. W303S
3 UNFURNISHED OR PARTLY FUR
nlshed rooms; must be modern, with
gas range: by man and wife, no children.
Address E-3, Tribune. W311S
WANTED PLACE TO BOARD BOY. 10
years old. 1764 W. So. Temple. w31 17
MALE AND FEMAT,E TICKET TO
western slope. Colorado. Address E-10.
2 SHOWCASES FOR SPOT CASH. 39
Main street. wTMiirf
tThT"" .LpXn3SE I?OUSECruvNING
Co. is located at 321 W. 2nd South. Bell
HAIR DRESSING PAELORS
WANTED EXPERIENCED HA I R
dresser; must be able to do hair work.
Mrs. II. Jones, room II. 212 Main st.
Straka. Guaranteo perfect titling.
CUSHIONS AND UPHOLSTERING S j
HEADQUARTERS FOR CUSHIONS.
general upholstering nnd repairing. Full
line of cover goods. Pione 3299. S. L.
Mattress & Mfg. Co. sM9S
STOVE CASTINGS AND REPAIRS
WEST. FOUNDRY & STOVE REP. WKS.
Uoth phones 4474. Repairs for any old
stove. Jackets cleaned. 531 State. n904
MRS. OLLIE ROGERS DESIRES PA
trons for massage, tub bath and ncalp
treatments. 581 W. . 2d S.. Colonial
rooms, Bell phono 517G. t:i!40
done at home. Lillian Young. Bell
phono 16G1-NZ. 31034
STORAGE AND SHIPPING
of United States, cut rates. Klutball Van
and Storauc Co.. 19 W. 1st So. ra2G0Jl
near Third East, live-room and base
ment, steam-hontcd cottagco: Janitor ser
vice: 535. Stowo Si Palmer. 52 W. 2nd
BEST ARR,NGED APARTMENTS IN
city, best placo to live, LAKEVIEW
APT9. Ind. 3405. 12S10
ELEGANT SUITE OF 2 RMS.. SIHTA
blo for music studio. Inqulro Rental
Dept.. Salt Lake Security Trust Co.. 32
Up. Main street t271
G-ROOM BRICK. GAS. SEWER. HOT
water heat; S5S E. 2nd South. t2722
23 HOUSES ALL KINDS LOCALITH3S
and prices. Tuttlo Bros. Co., 153 Main
BUTCHER SHOP AN '7 FIXTURES FOR
rent, cheap. Cor llh So. and 4th East.
CE ROOM. TRIBUNE BUILDING.
Inqulro F. J, Westcolt. 201 Herald
THREE-STORY. WELL-BUILT BUSI
ness block In heart of city, especially
adapted for wholesalo house, to lease for
term of years. Stowe & Palmer, 52 W.
nd South. ml252
APARTMENT FOR RENT, SMITH
apartment, 32G So. 3rd East su In
qulro Bell phono 13S9. r339S
i"OR RENT. STORE ROOM FOR RE
tn.il businees; larg plate glass front;
will bo ready August 1st: new Holmes
building 2-jw. under construction. 237
State St.: also fine 3tororooms In new
building now being constructed cor. 2nd
So. and State rt. Apply G. S. Holmes.
Knutsford Hotel. t3397
LARGE MALL, 32x70 FT SUITABLE
for lodge or snmple rooms. Inquire
Hlrschnmn Shoo Co., 10G So. Main. sl244
FLAT IN BEAUTn'"UL IVANHOE".
STOWE & PALMER, 52 W. 2nd South.
MODERN APARTMENT" OF 3 ROOMS,
furnished or unfurnished. 341 E. 2nd S.
EXCELLENT STOREROOM. NEW. 25X
110, $100 per mo. for first year, 5125 for
next two years. Hubbard Invt. Co.. GG
W. 3rd South. 12054
HANDSOME. GROUND FLOOR OF
flces, 47 Main at. See Martin Coal Co.
F7NE STOREROOM; 221 SO. STATE; ,
ready August 1. Apply G. S. Holmes.
Knutsford hotel. H535
UNFURNISHED ROOMS NO CHIL
drn. 5 Ontario court, between 2d and
3d S. on 2d W. t314G
ONE 7-ROOMAND 1 S-ROOM MODERN
Terrace. E. 3d S.; each $30. Bell 272G-K.
Ind. 11091. t3135
7-ROOM MODERN. $30 A MONTH. " 1
quire G6S E. 7th South. tS34
4 - ROOM BRICK HOlTsE AT 217 GLEN -dale
ave. Apply 215 Colonial hotel.
2 STORES AND BASEMENTS, 147-149
West 3rd South. Business next best to
Main st. J. Baumgarten, 122 Main st.
GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS DURING G.
A. R.; close In. 566 So. 3rd East. wlll3
GROUND FLOOR OFFICE SPACE FOR
rent. See A. G. Mahan Co., 3S W, 3rd
OFFICES FOR RENT, GROUND
lloor. Sec A. G. Mahan & Co.. 3S W.
3rd South. wl5G7
NEW 5-ROOM MODERN. EAST SIDE.
Inquire Room 101, Atlas blk. wlSOS
FOUR-ROOM FLAT AT il70 1ST AVE..
Meredith apartments; fine view. w!790
NEW BRICK 7-ROOM MODERN. FINE
basement. 733 So. 2d East. Bell 3979-'.
NEW RANGE. COUCH. BED, COM
plete, and desk; new English llnlsh. 209
Wendell av., 2nd South, between 11th nnd
12th East. W2SG9
5- ROOM MODERN BRICK COTTAGE,
about Sept 1, ?32.00: GG1 E. 3rd So.
$1S PER MONTH. FOUR ROOMS. WITH
rang'. pantry, closets, cellar, large yard
and shade trees; close In; 112 Pear st.
Key 110 Pear; phones 15G. W302S
THREE ROOMS. E. 1ST SO: CLOSE IN.
United States It.-al Estate & Investment
Co., 36, 37. 3S Eagle block; Bell 2G52.
TWO LARGE. FRONT. HOUSEKEEP
Ing rooms; modern. 3G8 East Sth So.
6- ROOM, MOD.. BRICK HOUSE: GGI SO.
W. Temple; $30. Inquire 25 1 W. 1st No.
S-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. WITH FINE
barn. A. W. Raybould, Elks, club, or
telephone 432S-Red. w3055
5-ROOM MOD., WEST SIDE, ,20.00.
Dunshee. 503 Tribune bldg. Both
CLEANING AND PRESSING DEPART
ment for rent, or partner taken. 51 W.
3rd South. w3097
2 LARGE. PLEASANT ROOMS' FOR
rent, unfurnished. 1422 Major sr. Bell
2374 -K. W3101
TWO COSY. MODERN, FURN. ROOMS
for 'two gentlemen; close in; walking
distance. Bell phone 2324. W310I
LARGE STABLE FOR RENT AND
buggy shed. S5 1 W. 3rd South. w.HOS
5-ROOM. MODERN COTTAGE. GGS E.
7th South. W3125
G-RM. HOUSE. MOD. ; GOOD BARN IF
wantcflN Inquire. 12$ W. 2nd So. W3150
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Of lice of the Hoard of Public Works,
Salt Lake City, Utah. Aug. IS, 1909.
Sealed proposals will be received at this
office until 8. o'clock p. in.. Friday. Sep
tember 10. 1909. for the work of grading,
curbing and guttering In Curb and Gutter
Extension No. 12.
Instructions to bidders, logcther with
plans, profile, specifications and forms for
contract and bond, can be obtained upon
application at the office of the board of
public works or city engineer.
The right Is reserved to reject any and
Bv order of the board of public works.
II. G. McMILLAN, Chairman.
LOUIS C. KEI.SEY. City Engineer.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Office of the Board of Public Works,
Salt Lake City. Utah. Aug. IS. 1909.
Sealed proposals will be received at this
office until 8 o'clock p. m., i ridny, Sep
tember 10, 1009. for tho work of grading,
curbing and guttering and laying cement
sidewalk In Curb and Gutter Extension
Instructions to bidders, together with
plans, profile, specifications and forms
for contract and bond, can be obtained
upon application at. the office of the
board of public works or city engineer.
The right Js reserved to reject any and
Bv order of the board of public works.
11. G. McMILLAN, Chairman.
LOUIS C KEISEY, City Englneor.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
Notice is hereby given, that tho annual
mooting of the stockholders of the New
State Gun Club Is hereby called and will
be. held at the rooms of the Commercial
Club. Salt Lako City. Salt Lake county.
Utah, on Monday. August 30, 1909. at the
hour of S o'clock p. m. : and at the samo
lime and place a special mooting of tho
stockholders will bo hold for the purpose
of amending the articles of incorporation
so Us to Increase the capital stock to
ninety shares, or to levy a special as
sessment of One Hundred Dollars per
share on the outstanding stock of the cor
poration. By order of the board of direc
tors. ELBRIDGE L. THOMAS,
Dslu ot U."t,2li.1JeatlGJ i.'ts'isr.S, i909.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
CLEAN FRONT ROOM. FOR GENT;
bath. I Dubcl a.vc, E. 2nd So., bet. 3rd
and 4th East. w2734
LARGE, MODERN FRONT ROOM FOR
1 or 2 gentlemen; good board nest door;
near Lnfayctto school. 55 Gordon avo.
Phono 3925-K. w2802
2 MODERN FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
man and wife-or 2 or 1 gentlemen. 44
Church st. W2733
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED
rooms for housekeeping. 576 S. W. Tem
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM FOR ONE
or two gentlemen. 332 N. 1st Went.
LARGE FRONT ROOM FOR LIGHT
housekeeping, modem, close In; no children-
311 S. 5th East. W2S7I
2 WELL FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
light housekeeping. 340 W. N. Temple.
THE TEMPLE HOTEL,
12 W. N. Temple,
where the cool canyon breeze blows tho
most, fragrant, and whero the "elite" get.
tho most efficient sen-Ice. Newest and
most elaborate American plan hotel In
the city. Popular prices. Five minutes
from tho postoffice.
FURNISHED APARTMENTS, WITH
board, at tho Bransford. ml873
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT AT 35
Canyon road. U36G
UNIVERSITY APTS., 1310 E. 2d South;
nicely furnished rooms; good board;
prices reasonable; coolest part of city.
FURNISHED HOME. 1U ROOMS. MOD
crn; hot-water heat. 07 C st. t3078
THE RALEIGH HOTEL STRICTLY
modern; pleasant rooms, single or en
sulto, by day, week or month. 137 East
1st South. Boll phone 1504. w403
SEPT. 1. 6 ROOMS; STRICTLY MODERN
furnished house; 2 blocks from the tem
ple; 3 rooms rcntf'd permanently by gen
tlemen. Inquire Bell phone 3523-Y. w2S0S
FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH OR W1TH
out board, -at 7 Goddard ct., off 251 E.
2nd South. w2770
FINELY FURNISHED ROOMS. SINGLE
or en suite; modern; housekeeping. 24
E. Brigham. w2S37
SIX-ROOM MODERN APARTMENT
house, furnished, with piano. Tel. Ind.
NICELY FURNISHED LARGE FRONT
room use of bath: modem- 3 Moffat
court, 4th So., between 2d and 3d East.
NICE ROOM, MOD.. BRICK HOUSE:
bath; phones. 3GS East 3rd So. W1580
NEW MODERN HOUSEKEEPING APT.
with gas. 165 W. Sth South. wiG91
S-ROOM, STRICTLY MODERN, BRICK
house: full basement; good location.
Phono 3013-K w914
4-ROOM MODERN COMPLETELY FUR
nlshed for tho week of the G. A. R.
Bell 2S3G-X. wGG9
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. AP
ply 331 1st ave. Bell 51S0-Y. w731
AN APT., TWO ROOMS, KITCHEN
and bath. Wllfley, 153 Plerpont ave.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR ONE OR TWO
gentlemen; hot and cold water, bath.
37 West 6th So. Phone 2S3G Ind. t2433
WELL-FURNISHED. MODERN FRONT
room for one or two persons. 217 So.
2nd East. Boll phone 1125-NZ. wlS02
PLEASANT. LARGE, FRONT ROOM,
modem. 275 E. 1st So. Mrs. J. W.
150 East South Temple.
Furnished housekeeping apartments by
woek or month. Apply Apt. 2. wlS95
2 SMALL FURNISHED 7IOUSEKEEP
Ing rooms, ?S per month. Inquire G5G
So. .Main. w20Sl
NICELY FURNISHED 5-ROOM COT
tage, 121 V st. Inquire 453 4th ave.
WORKINGMAN'S HOME THE BROAD
wav, between Main and Slate on 1st
So Ind. 3504. w2210
TO UR A1NE HOTEL, HANDSOME! A
furnished, singlo or en suito; prices rea
sonable; under new management. Mrs.
I. M. Godman, manager. W2199
NICELY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; modem. Inquire 72 W.-5th So.
1 FRONT ROOM. FURNISHED. CALL i
561 E. 1st South. w22G9
PLEASANT ROOM: MODERN, PRIVATE
resldenco; close In. Ind. phone 352S.
CLEAN SLEEPING OR TIOUSEKEEP
ing room; 9 Corless court. 7th South,
between Main and West Temple. w2346
FURNISHED ROOM FOR HOUSE
keeplng; gas range, steam heat; no
children. 115 So. 4th East, w2357
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED. MOD.
rooms, close in. 269 E. 3rd So. w2401
NICE 5-ROOM FURNISHED APART
ment for rent; Kensington fiat. Apply
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping- 331 Earls court. w2932
2 OR 3 NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
for housekeeping. 217 S. Sth East.
LARGE. PLEASANT ROOM. MODERN;
private family; close in. 275 E. 1st
TWO DESIRABLE, MODERN. HOUSE
keeplng rooms, to responsible partv.
303 So. Sth East. w3030
THE MOUNTAIN VIEW. NEW MAN
agement. Elegantly furnished rooms,
with board. 233 1st avc. Bell phonu
FINELY FURNISHED ROOMS. SINGLE
or on suite; modern; housekeeping. 24
E. llrlgham. W3050
SIX-ROOM MODERN. FURNISHED
house; East 2nd South; for one vear.
Ind. 296. w920
S-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE. 435 S.
it.li W. W2G2G
7-ROOM FURNISHED HOME; MOD
ern. Inquire 111 E. Gth So. W2699
4 OR FIVE ROOMS: CLOSE IN: REA
sonable. Call mornings. 59 Third ave.
5-ROOM COTTAGE. MODERN, FUR- i
nlshod. for $33. Ind. 3527. W27.191
THREE ROOMS. PANTRY. CLOSET
and bath, furnished for housekeeping.
44 North 2nd West. w2937
A LARGE FRONT ROOM, LIGHT, BATH
and use of piano; gentleman preferred.
35S E. Sth So. W2166
TWO ELEGANTLY FURNISHED RMS..
suitable for two In a room. G79 South
Main Bell 9SI-X. w21GG
LARGE FRONT ROOM. HANDSO.ME
ly furnished. SI First ave. w2470
TWO OR THREE WELL-FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms; bath and tele
phone. 356 W. 2nd North. w3092
FURNISHED COTTAGE. 5 ROOMS:
gas, bath. S22 East 1st South. w3093
MODERN FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
light bonsekeepiug. 161 E. 1st South.
FOR RENT FURNlSHEflftJ
THE TEMPLE JIOTFT
v most, elaborate of Salt I tmfi'
lean plan hotels, has "a vacanrST
limited number or rpflned nrtlt
can furnish referonrei?etlAlc
table d'hote. The most offi ft
Cuisine, of noted excellence. w"J L
ONE LARGE ROOM WrrTTAm?
conveniences, suitable for twn , 'J i
V at EaS' wa,kl,"; '''staiice. 5 X
ONE LARGE MODERN FRo'iCT5 V
l"0S-KSUlh 'SCCnd Si ?
ONE OR TWO NICE ROOM1 n t
4thn'sS?"C ? 2 r 3 wnnomeng f
LARGE, FURNISHED ROOMS1 t
light housekeeping. 175 Norths Y
ONE FURNISHED FRONT w 5
"iiTeS t 0,10 r UV KOntle,11cn' i
THE COLONIAL 7
Handsomely furnished huttnt X .'
mont-s, from $35 per month uo I d
single or en suite, with or wlthmn.
144 West 1st South. Telephone '
3-ROOM. STRICTLY MODERKi
tagc, with gas- Inquire 535 E. 5t
l-ROOM HOUSE. NICELY FURNTfi
close in. 2231 So. 3rd Bnnt
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOt ii
housekeeping. 45 West 2nd J
Phone 124-K. j
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS 3
light housekeeping. 143 s0
FRONT PARLOR FOR 2 GENTLF'
. breakfast if desired. 232 W 5UV"
SLEEPING ROOMS FOR A
man in rear 529 S. West Temple"
quire nouse No. 7.
DOUBLE PARLORS OR OTJ
rooms. Phone 2080. 351 Brlghanv
i?IRST-CLA.SS OFFICE. COMPL
furnished; private room with us
other rooms; stenographer: alEO.
writer and both phones sorvlc: 13
J month. 65 Main st., upstairs.
FRONT ROOM FOR ONE OR ?1
men; clcso In; strlctlv modern. Ts
3rd So. Ind. phone 1415.
FIVE-ROOM FURNISHED FLAT, 'A
South Sth East. 1
SLX-ROOM MODERN APART3
house, furnished, with piano. Tel
3339. 64 0 So. Gth E. Vi
2 MODERN FURNISHED HOUSEK
ing rooms. 124 W. 7th So.
ONE OR TWO FURNISHED R(
for housekeeping. 35S E 5th So
ONE FURN. ROOM: $10 PER MO
No. 3 Amos terrace, r 323 E. 3r
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR L
housekeeping. 407 E. 3rd South. 1:
NICELY FURNISHED 'rOOMbJ
housekeeping. 150 No. Main.
NICELY FURNISHED MODERN R(
for young man, with breakfast am
ner. 209 E. 4th South.
HAT FACTORY )
blockod; Panamas a specialty
Lake Hat Factory, 24 E. 1st So. 1
CHEMISTS AND ASSAYEW
BIRD COWAN CO. .h
1G0 So. W. Temple. Bell phone 4111
cases. Mrs. Lizzie Gelsler, 3361
3rd North. Bell 1193-X. Ind. 4037.1
BUILDING PLANS AT HALF Pj
Phone Architect. Bell phono 1609.j
ture. Bell 5145, Ind. 430. MJd
Furniture Co. 1
IDEAS DEVELOPED, AND PA1
office work a specialty. F, Hoj
I No. 5 Barrows avc. i
! CARPET CLEANING rf
air and sleatn. National House -l
ing Co.. 59 E. 1st So. Phones, Bell
Ind. 97S. i
DELINQUENT NOTIOE, 11
Mammoth Copper Mining compaSK
cation of principal place of lnislnea
Lake City. Utah. Jm
Notice There are delinquent uPi;
followlng described stock, on accouMU
assessment No. 1. levied on the 19th
Mav, 1909, the several amounts s
poslte the names of the respective.,
holders, as follows: m
No. Name. sliar.,e
3 Ray Robinson oi.Ui
70. A. Murdock '1S'SS2 K
12-FJ. C. McGarry '"11?'S2S tWt
IS .las. C. McGarry .lg.000
20 AV. W. Wlscomb, . .... 2,000
25 Lillian H. McGarry ... 1,000 wm
32 Nellie R. Morgan.... - 2.000 S
33 .Tohn M. Chamberlain.. 2 400 MB?
34 Flossie Rollnson 2s.
3G-J. E. Harper 4Jr
37 W. 1-1 Corry
35 Morgan Edwards Jou Jff
39 D. A. McGregor 2,00" 1.
-J. Cromplon W .
43 1. C. Landenbergcr ... 15UU
4S-.Iohn H. Williams .... 2.000 jM;
49,-VKv Christian -'.W 'M
62 J. W. Hardy , v0
And in accordance with law ajs
order of the board of Hlrcctora 1
the 19th day of May. 1909, sojZfc
shares of each parcel of sucn b iwj
may be necessary will be
fic of tho company, 41S L- Jrst
Salt Lake City. Utah, on the 14th 1
Seplomber. 1909. at I o clock P-Jj
said tiny, to pay del nquent S?M
thereon, together with the cost ot..
tlslng and expense of sale ma,
M. J. FRANK LAND.
41S First avenue, Salt Lake yi
First publication August 19. 19-jM
NOTIOE OF BOND SALE.lK
Sealed bids will be received by tlWj
of directors of the Blue Bench rSB
District No. 1 of nsalcli coiint,
Utah, at their office at TlieodpreyW
up to and until 2 p. m. rM$'3KZ
day of September. 1909. for bondiM
amount of seventy-live IhQJ wnd;
($75,000.00). or any POJiloi Uwrcorwi
bonds will be In denominations of
$500, running ten to twenty 'ffiK
est six per cent per annum. IWttWWt
annually on the first day 0.
December of each year. PrI'Vc,P
terest paid at tho office o,.1"0..
treasurer of Wasatch county
Utah. Bids to be no less than n
per cent of tho face value of ieM
bid for. ,!,. laflVi
The board reserves the ; r'Bt 10 M
any and all bids. All bids I'Jv
reeled to 12. W. Pclionhin. Becrei Ottm
Dated at Theodore. Ulahf this
of August, 1909. nARroffm'
oa'rd of D'rBS
E. W. SCUONIAX, Secretary. "Ml