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I News of Intermountain Region
Permanent Office under First National Bank, corner 21th and Washington
streets. Bell Phone 301. Independent Phone 351. Office hours 8 a. in.
to 10.30 a. m.; 6 p. in. to a y. m.
MADE SUPPLY POINT
L'tali. Ncviirisi uimI Idaho Offices
)hx Now Obtain .Stocks
ISpoi iai lo The Tribune-.
OtiDG.W March 2. Ogdou 1ms been
mndt ;i sub-agency for the lnllcd States
po.loffiee tlcpitrtme-iii. This menus that
po. t cards, stamps, stamped envelopes,
wrappers mill oilier miipj1Ih sold n nil
poat offices In Utah, Nevada mid Idaho
m .y be obtained from the local oi'llee
whrn tbe .supply runs low.
Postmaster I.. W. Shurlliff hits it
enved notification from the postal an
thoiill - nl Washington that Hip local
office has been Hindu a supply point for
s vcr.il of the western stales. Including
ihort- mentioned. A carload of supplies
valued al $l.'!a.nuo reached Ogden yester
day and another carload Is expected to
morrow. Postmaster ShinilliT has been author
ized to employ two additional leltcr-ear-iKin
and another laborer at the local
ofllot lo assist In Handling Hip largo
tpm titles of mail matter wbleh pass
through the office. The iipw carrier
.hp .1 II Clanopy and Clarence .Manning!.
' VROlUHfiV AilfATKUIi.S' WORK
Special to Tin- Tribune.
OGDEN. .March 2. A strlcs of bur
glaries lias been occurring each night
for th past few dn.s. but In each case
the robbers got but little for their pains.
'I bree business houses were broken into
1 tsl .light The Brown drug store, at
Washington avenue ami Twenty-second
itreit. the Murphy saloon and grocery
on Wall avenue, ami a Greek fruit store
were . ntered. Hut Tor the theft of a
small portion of the stock in each place.
Hie burglars got nothing of value.
The police are. inclined to the belief
that boys or amateurs arp responsible
for Hip burglaries, as there lias been
nothing lo indicate , that experts were
I Wanted in Ogdcn.
Sprilai lo Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. March 2. Sheriff TJarloW
Wilson received word Ibis afternoon fioni
Sheriff Joseph Sharp of Salt Lake Hint
11 IV Packard, wantcil In Ogilen fin- ob
Hlng mon'v under false pretenses. Is
under arrest In the capital dly and is
bilug held awaiting tho arrival of a lo
cal officer. J. M. Grace, a local i 1 11
rond employee, is Hie eotui.lahinnt. A
deputy from Osden will go lo Salt Lake
tomorrow for the prisoner.
I Engineer Ik Injured.
Special lo The Tribune.
OtiDEN, iMareh 2. Engineer A. E.
Helms of a. Southern Pacific, work Main
wan brought to Ogdcn tonight and sent
to lb-- Ocden general hospital suffering
from a. severely sprained back. While
at work at Cohro. New. yesterday.
Helms' engine struek a weak place In the
n-.ick and was derailed. Ills Injuries arc
not considered fatal. j
I Tribune- Quartors Changed.
Spinal t" The Tribune.
OCDEN. March 1'. The office of' the
Ogdcn department has been removed to
urw quarters under the First National
bank, corner of Twenty-fourth and Wash
ington si reels. The phone numbers are
3 ir 11 'ail. Independent ::.'!.
AliliKGKD SWIXMiKK L'N'DKR
IN XKW MEXICO
Special lo The Tribune.
OGDEN. March 2. John W. llaynes.
also known as 1 II. Meurien.nl!. wanted
In Ogden for obtaining money under
false pretenses, hau been arrested 111 New
Mexico, and Is being held for the local
ofllcers. I lay lies lu said to have victim
ized a munber of prominent merelianis
of Ogdcn tii L of u considerable amount
of money about six mouths ago.
Throut-'li the efforts of Detective Pen
der he was traced lo New Mexico and
arresl.tl. The local ofllcers say ' that
llaynes is one of the smuotlietu confi
dence men In the west and Is wanted
in oilier cllies for similar offenses.
"County Altormy Jensen Is preparing
reiiiisliioo pap.-rs and v. Ill appear before
Governor Spr.v lnioniv . DelecUvo Pon
der piol.aLily will go lo New Mexico for
omm DKsiitAHiiK sitk
FOR KliKS' XliW BUIMJIXli
Special lo Tin; Tribune.
OGDEN. .March 2. Membeis of Ogdcn
lodge No. 7 1 P.. P. O. IS., are rejoicing
over the offer of an excellent" site for
.'in Elks' home at almost a nominal fig
ure, mailt: by President A. II. Ileywood
of the Weber club. The building silo is
at the corner of Twenty-sixth street and
Washington avenue, and Is considered a
desirable location for such a building as
the local lodge contemplates erecting in
the near future.
The ofllcers clei letl by the lodge at Us
annual meeting last night have pledged
themselves to work for the home, and.
with the co-operation expected, tho erec
tion of lb" building may bo begun dur
ing the present year.
Incorrigibility Is Charged.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. March 2. A complaint I
charging Norman Senver. a lad under
the agp of IS years, with incorrigibility
was Issued by Juvenile Judge Volney C.
Cunnell Mill afternoon. Young Senver
Is charged with the theft of $.. from C.
IS. Story. anil various other misde
meanors. The lad is in Die habit of
boarding moving trains, and wanders
about the streets at night with evil asso
ciates, according lo the complaint.
Education for Democracy.
Special to Tlio Tribune.
OGDEN. .March 2. "Education for
Democracy"' Is the title, of a lecture by
William Thurston Brown to be delivered
at Carnegie library hall Thursday at S
p. in. The lecture will ileal with the
public school system in relation to de-nioerai-v
and will be of interest, to the
teachers and principals of the city. Ad
mission is free. j
Liconsc Is Issued.
i Special lo The Tribune.
OGDEN. Man h 2. A license to mairy
was issued by Hie county clerk this nfi
crnoon lo Henry L. Scaton of Los An
geles and Eslclla M. Humbly of Og-dcu.
Seeks to Disincorporate.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. March 2. The board of direc
tors of the Thomas Elhcrlngtoii ,fc Sons
company of West Weber has filed a pe
tition with (lie. district court asking for
permission to disincorporate. Tho com
pany has liquidated all outstanding
claims, according to the petition.
Governor to Syoak;.
Special lo The Tribune.
OODISN. March L'. Governor William
Spry has accepted an invitation to de
liver an address to the student body of
the Wobcr ne.-uloiny, March 9. An In
terest lug programme is being arranged
for the occasion by tho students at the
"Ijiphls and Shadows of rormon
ism." for stile at Tribune branch ollicc,
II PARK CITY DEPARTMENT
J Offico, Dewey Theater. Both Phones 325.
I Burial of Mrs. Harrington.
Special to The. Tribune.
PARK CITV. March -. The funeral of
Hi laf Mrs. J. ('. Harrington took place
from the Catholic church at 1:0. The
Tlew Father Galligber spoke very feel
incl of the life of tbe deceased, who
has been a resident or Park City for the
past thirty years. The remains were
(hipped lo Salt Lake City for inter
im nt. v
J. C. Haysc Recovered.
Spr "ial to The Tribune.
PANIC CITV. March 'l. I. C. Ilayse.
tvlici was injured in tin: Maplo hall lire.
I Irrigation Company Eloction.
Spc al lo The Tribune.
KPIIMAIM. March J. The Guunteon
Irrigation company held a spirited elec
tion vest onlay, Hie outcome being the
choice of John M. Knighton, president;
Chris Sorensen, . vice-president ; J. H.
Hoylancc, .secretary; Joseph Christian
sen treasurer, und the following board
o" directors: William H. Childs. linns
Olseu. Albert lnven, Herbert Beck and
John Iaisen. This irrigation company
is one of the largest hi the state, is In
corporated foi H.'.uai) .shares al 510 per
share and erieh shaieholdcr was entitled
lo ote the number of shares he owned.
ISt. David's Day in Wales.
Special lo The Tribune.
liPIIKAlM, March 'J. One of the cecals
that will long be remembered by the pco-
pie of Wales was Hie celebration of St.
D.-nid's day al that place yesterday. All
the places of business were closed and
nearly every person of tho town was
out to celebrate.
Tup committee spared no efforts in
making Mil. event a success. An excel
lent programme was arranged to take
place In the meetinghouse yesterday, and
tho hall was beuutlfiiMy decorated for the
occasion. In the evening a ball was giv
en wiicru dainty refreshments were
I Special to Tho Tribune.
EP1IUAIM. March 2. Mrs. Sena Soren
s'n. one of the pioneer residents of Pt.
Grenv died at her homo there yesterday,
the cause being old age and Kcnentl do
blllly. ller busbmnl died nine months
ago. Mm. Son-nson was born In Den
mark 70 var ago and while in her na
tive land she wax married to Soren Sor
enson. They emigrated to ITtah thirty
, vears ago and located in Pt. Green when:
t'icv had relatives. Some time later they
"both joined the Mormon church and were
at tivo members until Micir death.
I Pure Foods and Pure Medicines
mean bolter, huullhicr, happier people.
3t has been proved, however, Unit all
i medicines are nol adulterated and
-worthless any moro than arc all food
Tho wheat lia.s Jjppii sifted from tho
chafl. anil such medicines as LydiaE.
I'inhhnm ' Yogf'tablo Compound, which
made from roots and herbs and com
lilies with all conditions of the Pure
j'ood and Drugs Law, will continue lo"
i hold ila lilace sis the standard American
Decenibor 12, and who has been In Hie
hospital since as a result of that in
tury. is "t again, and for a man of
his advanced age has had a remark
able recovery. Ills many friends are
glad lo see Hint he will soon bo able to
work again. '
.Wolsh Visits the Park.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PA UK CITY. March Henry Welsh
of the Welsh. Vjrlscoll c Illicit lirm Is
a business visitor In tbe Park today.
Mr. Welsh conies up from 7.on about
onco a weflt lo look nflcr his business
Into rests here.
Special to The Tribune.
Ml'IiKAV, March 2. The Progress
Power company, which controls the light
ing facilities of this place. Is still anx
ious that Its franchise be extended. The
matter was lo have come up for con
sideration before the council here last
evening, but owing lo tho fact that there
was not a. riuorum. no meeting was held.
The Progress company Is asking that its
franchise bo extended for 100 years.
"Work to Be Rushed.
Special to The Tribune.
MI"PIlAY March U. Two large slag
crushers have recently been installed
at the Ilanauer dumps on Sla.t: street.
Just as soon as the roads are passable
the work 'if completing the macadamiz
ing of State street to Murray will be
on in earnest, as the contract calls for
completion by June. The work has been
completed as far as Fourteenth South
Old Kaysvillc JMan Dies.
Special to The Tribune.
KAYSV!U,1S; March -' The funeral
services over tho remains of Jeremiah
Wiggle, who died very suddenly at his
home In I-ayton on Friday evening of
pneumonia, wore held in the Kaysvllle
meeting house yesterday afternoon. Mr.
Wiggle was born In South Africa about
seventy years ago. but came to Utah In
18GI. where he has since resided. He is
survived by a widow, six daughters and
five- sons and a large number of grand
children and great-grnndchlldren.
Store to Reopen.
Special to The Tribune.
DRAPER. March 2. From indications,
the general store- of the Draper Commer
cial company will be open for business
within another week. Owing to a dis
agreement among the stockholders, the
store has been closed for more than a
week in order that the controversy may
be settled amicably.
Auditor 'a Offico Moved.
Special to The Tribune.
TOOEMC, March 2. The railroad audi
tor's office of the I. S. Si R. works of this
place has been moved from Salt Lake
City back to Tooele. William Sccley, of
Salt Lake, railroad auditor, ha3 resumed
his work in the office.
Special to Tho Tribune.
MURRAY. March 2. Tho young daugh
ter of John Wellington, who died Mon
day of cerebral meningitis will be burled
al Crescent Saturday afternoon. The
body lu now at iho Banks undertaking
I rrovo's Rights in the River.
I Special lo Tho Tribune.
PIJOYO.v March 2. A communication
was received y the council Monday
Mght from tin- slate engineer to Mayor
W. II. Ray. in which the engineer states
thai Hie appropriations of J'rovo rl.ver
water bv IS. I). Partridge, John D. Dixon.
Joseph R. Murdoch and others, hnve
been approved, subject to the rights of
Provo City anil other prior approprla
Chairman J. IS. Holt of the committee
on electric lights re-ported that work was
progressing favorably at the power slie
near the month of Provo canyon, and
that the committee had Interviewed At-tornev-General
Harnes on the rights of
Provo Cltv to the use of Provo river lor
electric light piirpscs. Tbe allorucy
general has not yd made a ruling In the
matter, but Mr. Holt believed that when
the ruling was made it would be favor
able to Provo City.
Attacked on the Road.
Special lo The Tribune. '
HISLSISR. March 2. Tuesday evening
when O. S. Murdoek and his wife were
rMurnlng from Midway they were at
tacked bv Warren Snlscr, a resident or
Midway, where be bad loaded up on
booze. Sulzcr followed Murdoek and bis
wife part way to llcber. threatening lo
kill i hum and llniilly Murdoek got out of
his cutler to get a club to defend him
self, when Snlscr grabbed Mrs. Mutdock
und lore a shawl from off her back. Just
at this time Sheriff Wall arrived, he hav
ing been telephoned to from Midway by
sonic one who had heard Snlscr making
bis threats. After a severe tussle Sulser
was placed under a r rest and brought to
lleber, where ho is now in the county
Commissioner Vacancy Filled.
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO. .March 2. Five candidates ap
peared before the county commissioners
(oday. seeking the vacancy In the board
caused by the death of A. IJ. Walker
S. 1. Goodwin and James II. Gardner of
l.ebl: J. Y. Walker, J. I . Wndley and C.
F. Weslfall of Pleasant Grove. ISach was
vigorously bucked by political fans, and
throats were openly made thai the selec
tion of either would mean a. split In -the
Snioot Republican ranks that would give
tho county to the I'leiiiocrats or Inde
pendents next fall. The choice fell upon
Walker, who Is a brother of the dead
commissioner. After the election. Charles
Ward was chosen chairman of the board.
Winter Wheat Showing WolL
Special to The Tribune.
KA SV1 Id. IS, March 2 Winter whe.lt
Is commencing to sprout In all parts of
Davis comity and a few days of spring
like conditions would result in an excel
lent showing. In Hie vicinity of Clearllcld
and Syracuse there are thousands of
acres of raln two and three Inches high:
in fact, so much of the ground in that
vicinity Is covered with green lhat one
can easily Imagine spring has arrived, lu
the orchards the fruit growers arc trim
ming their trees preparatory lo the spring
worl;, and every Indication Is for a pros
perous season for the fruit growers and
fanners of that district this year.
Political Wrangle in Lqgan.
Special li The Tribune.
I.OGAN. March 2. The Democratic and
Republican factions in the elly council
renewed the light over city apoiiilmciils
at the regulnr council meeting tonight.
True to their threats, made al the last
meeting, the Republican members tried
lo oust John T. Calne. Jr.. fioni tbe chair,
while he and his four Democratic col
leagues insisted that he remain there.
Tho lesult was that an adjournment was
taken, after an agreement had been
reached Hint Coutn llinan John Qnaylc of
the Republican side, will test Ca lac's
right to hold tho offico of president In
White Woman Weds Jap.
Special to Tho Tribune.
GO LP FIELD. Nov.. .March 2. For the
lht time- In the history of ISsinoralda
county a Japanese and white woman
were married here today. The couple
gave their names as II. Y. Inui and
Vivian Rlackwell of Los Angeles. the
groom claiming to be one of (lie. loading
Japanese merelianis of that city.
Dies of Diphtheria,
Special lo Tho Tribune.
MURRAY, March 2. Royal Henderson,
the 7-year-old son of Axel Henderson,
tiled here Tuesday of diphtheria. The
body was Interred lu the South Cotton
wood cemetery loday by the Banks un-
An Ideal Cough Modicinc.
"As an ideal cough medicine J re
gard Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in
a class by if self," says Dr. R. A.
Wiltshire of (iwynneville. Iiuf. "I
lake grenl. pleasure in testifying lo
the results of Chamberlain's Cough
Medicine. In fact, 1 know of no other
preparation that meets so fully the
expectations of the most exacting in
cases of croup and coughs of children.
As it. contains no opium, chloroform
or niorphino it certainly makes a moat
safe, pleasant aud efficacious remedy
for (he ills it is into.nded. " For sale
by all druggists.
Ready for Opening of Ilighlaud Park.
The coming of good weather will see
tho greatest development work on a
now subdivision that Salt. Lake has
witnessed in many years, if not in its
on tiro history.
Kimball & Richards. land merchants,
have a I read v begun operations, pre
paring Highland Park, tho beautiful
new residence district, for the opening.
Already applications are coining in
for homosites in Highland Park and
nil indications point, to a strong demand
for property in the newly annexed sec
tion. Highland Park is southeast. It joins
tho Sugar House district on Eleventh
East, just below Twelfth South.
! In Motel Corridors
MR. AND MRS. S. SWEET of Port
land are late arrivals al the Moxum. Mr.
Sweet Is a. brother of Leon Sweet, the
Salt Lake inanui'actiuer.
C. L. COUNTRY-MAX and Joseph
Harshbarger of Bingham arc Moxum
TOURISTS from Scotland who aro en
Joying a short stay al Hie Knnlsford are
Mr. and Mrs. D. 11. D. Young and Arthur
S. L. Young.
S. M. DE BOLT is up from Pioch.o and
registered at the Cullcn.
MR. AND MRS. J. A.' CARLSON of
Cherry Creek. Nov., are a I tbe Csillen.
W. J. TULL of Buhl. Ida., is a Cullcn
MR. AND MRS. V. A. TAMNEY of St.
George arc among the arrivals at tho
JAMES C. WIGGINTON of Grand Junc
tion is slopping at the Kenyon.-
P. M, MAUGIIAN. a well-known stock
man of Wcllsville, is at the Windsor.
J. W. BARRETT, a contractor of
Shoshone, Ida., Is registered nt the New
R. W. CLARK of Cisco arrived nt the
i AT THE WILSON is J. M. Bradley of
MR. AND MRS. IT. II. DALTON of
Hlnckfoot arc at the Wilson.
W. C. CLEMENTS of Tonopah Is a
guest 'at the Wilson.
G. D. KNAUSS and John Derrlg of Og
dcn arc at the Wilson.
A good smoke, Laugsdorf. Schramm-j
BRUGES lift iVlstTrMaTeiTr 1010." bin
Iboolt.s. agetl S months, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank 15. Brooks. Funeral serv
ices will be hold at S 'Ooss court today
(Thursday) at 2 p. m. Interment City
FUNERAL - .'i-IOE
O'REILLY Funeral services over the
body of James O'Reilly will be held
from O'Donnell .V Co.'s chapel, today
(Thursday) at 1 p. m. Interment at Mt.
Calvary. Friends Invited.
HARRINGTON Funeral services over
the body of Bridget Harrington will be
held from O'Donnell & Co.'s chapel lo
dnv (Thursday) a l I p. m. Interment at
.Mt. Calvary. Friends Invited.
EUKllV. HaT,lTIINDERTA K ICR A NT'
embalmer. 1CI S. West Temple Phono
ROYAL CEMENT BURIAL VAULT PUT
in on four hours' notice. Ind. a2oi. Bell
THE LEADING FLORIST. W. W. KING,.
211 E. 2ml o. Both phones 37. 23i
THE FLOWER SHOP. CUT FLOWERS
and octOgus. Under Nat l Bank of Rep.
MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES
LARGE STUCK TO SELECT FROM. R.
McKenzle. Display yards. 122 So. State.
STKKtTIXV BAG ON BLOCK BE
tween 2nd and 3rd Ave and U and B
St. Return lo Walkers' bank, eo'J8
IN Z. C M. T. STORE OR BETWEEN :
'.. C M. I. and "rd North on Center sL.
brooch nmairlco, set In double elliptical
ring. Finder please return to A. !.'. Can
5J Main st. Reward. C2G01
A HOSTON SCREW-TAH. BULLDOG.
hrlndlc and white, a little under shot,
heavy spike collar locked, on State, be
tween art I and lib So.. Wed.. II a. m.
Return to Nobby Suitorlum, 205 South
Slate." Reward. f22C
OLD-FA SI HONED BREAST PIN. GOLD
bar with ruby center. No Intrinsic
value, but cherished as an heirloom. Re
ward if returned to K-;!0 Tribune. f2H
LOST BA V HORSE WITH WHITE
spot on forehead yesterday, with bridle,
lines and collar. Receive row ai d after
notifying F. Keller, 1 10.1 South Redwood
load. P.ell HIS. 213
dr. m. Mcdowell. ::o2-non SCOTT
building. Bell phones: office, -I30C; resi
dence. niJTl-K. al7U
DR. ALICE HOUGHTON. IO-."0 MER
cantUc bloolS (over Walker's store).
Bell phone SOL ring 2. 02133
DR. G. A. GAMBLE. 015 BOSTON
bldg., will save you $150 on osteopathic
WHERE TO STOP
Ind. Phone l.":!7. Rates Reasonable.
.loo Granqulsl. Prop.,
It East First South Street.
Electric light, hot and cold water, baths.
modern, newly furnished. 12035
LINCOLN TIOUSIS PAUL HISIN. PRO
prietor. GS East First South; 250 rooms;
rales r.5c. I0e aud KOe. xiri3!
HOTEL FAVOV; REASONABLE RATES
by tho day, week or month. 2G E, 1st
FURNISHED FRONT ROOM IN BUS1
' ness district ; 3rd lloor Walker's Bank
bldg.. ' C20S1
S n1CIS OUTSIDE TWO-BOOM SUITE.
" pel week. Elegant, large tingle
rooms. "0 cents up. Terms for two.
Savoy hotel. f30
FURS AND TAXIDERMISTS
V ERYTI I INGTnhV-TJR
and taxidermist line and carry com
plete slock of manufactured goods; pay
highest jirico for raw furs and game
beads. R. Stcnzcl Fur Co.. f7 13 3rd So.
SEWING BY THE DAY BY EXPERI
enced dressmaker. Bell Ex. 53. Ind.
A. L. GENEREAUX;
Suit 2PJ-2C0, Boston Bldg,
Real property law a specially. dSGl
LESLIE J. AK 13 R,
500-011 Boston bldg Bell phono 1075.
CRISMON .v NICHOLS. ASSAYERS AND
chemists, removed to 22y South West
UNION ASSAY OFFICE, 152 SOUTH
West Temple. P. O. Box lliU. nl5l0
BETTLES. MATTHEW & CO.. A. R
Bardvvell. manager, 15S So. West Tem
ple. Both phones. fj"
EX PE ItT7KATDSA FETl E PA I? t
Ing. Carter's. 325 South V. Tcmplo st.
Ind. 2602 Bell 750- V. 5:i21
STORAGE AND SHIPPING
WE SHIP II II GOODS TO ANY PART
of United Slates, cut rates. Kimball Van
and Storage Co.. 10 W. 1st So. m20riQ
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING
ACME PAINTING CO. HOUSE AND
sign painting from Alpha to Omega.
Bell 1130. Ind. 2110. c2723
MRS. M. C MOORE. FACE MASSAGE.
and manicuring. Best references. Hours
1 to 0 p. m. Phone Ind. 250-1. 271 East
Third South. T7
blocked; Panamas a spcclnlty. Salt
Lake Hut factory, 31 E. 1st So. rhone
CARPENTRY AND JOBBJJCTG
Call J. W. McCnnc, Ind. 10-13. d2205
H. A. ALLEN. 211 BOSTON BUILDING.
Bell 2522; Ind. 002. Office dictation;
specialty mining work. c327
perlencc. Erall Hansen. Boll phono
Forest 11-K. f!20
GOOD SALESMAN OR WOMAN WITH
$200 for printing; can reallzo $1000 In
four weeks; only expense, hotels and
traveling: fixed territory. Inquire 35 Mer
cantlle block. e3I7I
I TUNING "
repairer of pianos and organs. Bell
1051 -'... T356
The Tribune Gives Your Wants
CA PITA L OPPORTUN IT 1 ES.
One of Hip best locations in the city:
rent only JO. 50 a room: good .lease, steam
heat: line largo rooms, nicely furnished,
and it only requires J3000 to handle ibis
22 ROOMS -AXD $1000 DOWN
Will handle this place; excellent location,
cheap, rent, lease, steam heat, and one
of the few places whero tho rooms are
I I ROOMS. LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING,
Near Main street, for 5SO0; rent ?10; and
the Income will average $100 a month;
only SfiOO down; rooms of this class rent
10 ROOMS. JUST LISTED.
There Is no better mouoy-maklng prop
osition In the town, and you can get
this place for f TOO down, balance easy
payments; Just off. Main street.
$50(1 FOR RESTAURANT
Thai is now doing a business of 53.) a
day: rent $76 month: 2-year lease;
counter, back bar. tables, chairs, coal and
pis ranges in fact, everything needed in
an up-to-date restaurant: Micro are also
3 bedrooms in connection.
CAPITAL REAL ESTATE
INVESTMENT CO.MPAN1 .
17 W. Second South Street.
Ind. Phone 0G. Bell 1'iionc 3S01.
CURRAN &. POWER.
Steam heat. Hue furniture, good lease,
close In, ami doing an. excellent business.
A sacrlllcc nt 31100. half down
Furnace beat, beautiful place, clearing
?I0() a month now: rent ?70. This Is a
good investment at JlSO". TERMS.
Steam heat, line location, good furniture.
Price. S1250; S500 down, bal. easy.
On 2nd South. 3-year lease, transient
house; brass beds, etc.: furniture all
now. Rales from 1 to SI. 50. Good class
of tenant., all on one floor. Here is a
genuine bargain. Sec it. Price, $1800;
WIS HAVE SNAPS IN ROOMING
HOUSES. RANGING FROM FIVE TU
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-TWO
ROOMS. ALL 'PRICES, LOCATIONS
AND TERMS. S1SE US BEFORE YOU
BUY. WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY.
CURRAN X: 'POWER.
Suite. 105-0, Boyd Park Bldg.,
1J2 South Main Street
Ind. 1G21. Bell 710.
120 McCORNICK BLOCK.
.WE HA VIS A BIG BUY in a 10-room
house. Just listed. Location is just right.
Low rent. Believe ns. this is a BIG BAR
GAIN. $S00 will put you in possession.
IF YOU ARE LOOKING for a good
Investment, you should sec this 20-room
HOTEL. Right in tho BUSINESS-GETTING
DISTRICT and a big payer.
COM1S IN AND INVESTIGATE. This Is
a rare BAIiGAIN.
SEE US BIS FORE YOU BUY AND
GET OUR PRICES on one of Iheso 7.
10. 15. 20. 30 ami -10-ROOM HOUSES'
kelly & montrose.
120 McCORNICK BLOCK. fl.'h".
SMALL CAPITAL WILL BUY BEST
theatrical interest in Salt. 1,-ikc. In
quire manager Salt. Lake Theatrical Ex
change, suite 1-1. New York Hotel bldg.,
ono block west of postoflicc. dl063
WE HAVE A PARTY WHO WILL PAY
$1000.00 to $3p00J)0 for good business.
What have you' got lo sell? Price must
be right. Real ISstato Exchange and Loan
Company, 125 Main st. Call r.nd see us.
FOR ROOMING HOUSES AND BUSI
ness chances, seo Craton, 22 anil 23
Commercial block. clS7
WANTED BUSINESS MAN, SJOOO;
open general merchandise store, "U end
over. Utah. Best opportunity in tho
country. Write or call on Joseph Con
ley. Woiiilover. Utah. f 120
FURNITURE OF AN 1I-ROO.M APT.
housp; cheap rent: house is full of ten
ants. 333 So. 1st Wesl. f230
MONEY TO LOAN
AMOUjStS uF fy0 AVDu7TTow"
rato of Interest. Houston Real Estate
Inv. Co., 251 So. Main st. Phonoa 27.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE.
Pomeroy, 30 W. 1st N. uSSl
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE,
nalloran -Judge Co., 300 So. Main. e82s
GO! GO! GO!
Go for your monoy to a placo whore
jou can repay any amount any time and
stop Interest. "
HOME SAVINGS fc INVESTMENT CO.,
G West First South St. h360U
ASK YOUR FRIENDS WHERE TO
borrow money; wo will treat you as we
have treated them; slxtcon years' expe
rience with only ono foreclosure. Busscl
L. Tracy, 11 East First So. nl513
NOTES OF SALARIED PEOPLE.
business concerns, and women keeping
house, bought without security; cheapest
rates; easiest payments. Olflcc-s in GO
principal cllies. D. II. Tolman. 338 Atlas
SALARY LOANS NEGOTIATED FOR
persons permanently employed; busi
ness confidential. 121 Herald bldg. tlSO
ON UTAn AND IDAHO FARMS: LIB
cral options. Miller & Vlele, 303 Mc
Cornlck bldg. alio
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
real estate. Partridge, 332 Judge bldg.
$500. $1000, $1500 OR MORE TO LOAN.
7 per cent. Meeks & McCartney, 210
and 211 Boston building. n313
MONEY TO LOAN. KELLY & MONT
rose. 420 McCornlck blk. a21til
SPECIALLY EAST BENCH AND
southeast lots. Eardley & Ball, 210
Main st. oS21
BUILDING LOANS. FREE BOOKLET
of plans. Salt Lako Security and Trust
Co., 32 Up. Main. bl002
BUILDING. REAL ESTATE AXD FARM
loans. Elmer E. Darling Co., 177 Main.
WE ADVANCE MONEY TO RELIABLE
salaried employes and wage-earners
on their notes. Money is returned to
us In easy weekly or monthly payments.
E. E. Stratton, 231 Atlas. dlSG
ON REAL ESTATE; LOWEST RATES.
Tuttle Brothers company, 153 Main.
$1200. $2000. $3500, CLOSE -IN, TM
proved real estate, 7 per cent. Address
K-1U, Tribune. no
$1200 OR $2100 ON CLOSE-IN PROP
'crty; long time, low rate. Address P.
O. Box 133. city. ni6
TAIlRU)!? DRESSES? AT G12
Judge bldg. Joe Straka. Guarantee
perfect fitting. n5S
J. U. JOHNSON CO.. LADIES' TAILOR.
designers und importors. 310 Judge
COAL AND KINDLING
eTTCtjkaj coaIu BLOCK WOOD
and kindling. 112 E. 3d So. Both plums.
'.. 1HSNUV JACOBS. 2'H McCORNICK
bldg., deals m rc.u csiule e-xclusneiJ-
ONE OR TWO MODERN UNFUU
nished rooms, light nouseKceping; .
electric light, close in; suto privu. i-.ii.
FURNITURE OF ALL K INDS W A NT
cd; will puy ion ilrsi-eiu.ss prices, u
C. fisher ,v Co., Iu5 so. W. Temple. Bim
ol71; ind. 001. l.
WE WILL TRADE YOU CASH FOB
YOUR CLAIMS AND ACCoUNl?.
COMM ERCIA L COLLECTIONS, VM'l
WIIERE. WHAT HAVE YOOV CO. -.viERCIAL
15-30 D. F. WALKER BLDG. 1MJ
BELL -1715. T. L. BEDFORD. -MAN;
RING UP IND. l.-.-H FOR FINE EAUN:
dry work and lace curtains. No. i
Mortensen ct 5th South between -ml aim
WANTED A $3000 HOUSE ON EAST
side. George li. Stuiiding, 73 Maiusu
ALL KINDS aECONLM I A N D C LOT 1 1 -lug.
trunks, vuilscs; best prices paid. -3
Common Ial st. Reply by ;iosial euro
3771 Bell. l,
YOU It OLD CLOTIHNG. WILL CALL.
Salvation Army. Bolh phones. 1-tJt
TO DO YOUR UPHOLSTERING AND
mattress remaking. Utah Bedding ami
M fg. Co. Both phones 3S3. t,tl"
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR GENTS
old clothes, etc. Bell phone 5023: 0J
Commercial st. mlj
WESTERN JUNK CO.. DEALERS IN
metal, rubber, etc. 1014 So. State. Bell
Main 2310. x
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR IRON,
brass, rags. bolllcD. rubber, copper, etc.
Utah Junk Co.. 310 So. -Kb West. Phone
229. pi or.
WIS SOLICIT LISTINGS IN HOUSES TO
rent. Wc aro having mauy calls every
day that wc canuol accommodate. Dan
ley Johnson, SO West 3rd Soulh st.
Phones -M2G. G50
E. G. WITZELL. REPAIRER OF ALL
kinds of musical Instruments. 05 Main
st-. room S. 7
HORSES AND CATTLE. I. N. IIINCK
Icy. 323 West 1st North. Bell SU5-NY.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SECOND
hand clothes. Edward Green. Bell 5021.
Ind. 3273. d372
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. $500 TO
$2000. first moitcage.
ALSO TO LEASE warehouse: wo own
the lot. will bullil lo suit tenant. Inquire
Glesy-Walker Co.. both phones 1GGS, K'3
Tribune building. d07l
A LADY OR GENTLEMAN TO OCCUPY
a pleasant furnished loom, close in.
breakfast if desired. Address E-13, Trib
une. ' d3105
WASHING AND IRONING TO DO AT
home; 35 cenln per dozen; rough dry.
70 cenLs. Rates on small pieces. 1 ml.
1393. -113 W. 2nd North. clOGC
WANTED TO UATCII. CHICKENS AND
ducks: prices reasonable. 1103 So. 3rd
RshI. Ind. 10G01. ell 27
NIGHT OR 1SARLY MORNING WORK.
by responslblo woman. Address 350
So. W. Temple. cl 151
CONFINEMENT ' CASES: CAN BE
boarded and lodged, with best of nurs
ing. 113 W. 2d N.. Ind. 4303. el025
FRESH AND FAT COWS. YOUNG AND
(a I. calves and poultry. Saunders.
Phono 2371-Y. e225G
TWO OR THREE FURNISHED ROOAIS
for wife and daughter for several
mouths; state full particulars. References
exchanged. Q-22. Trlbuno. o2500
2-RM. COTTAGE. 730 E. 1ST SOUTH.
TO "EXCHANGE. $25 EDISON PUONO
grapb and 75 records lor roll-lop desk,
rug. or what have you? 1033 2nd ave.
Bell 2712-K. c29G0
NICELY FURNISHED IIOUSEKEEP
ing rooms, ground floor, 330 .So. 1st
West, for rent. f05
FURNISHED FLAT OF FOUR OR KIVK
rooms or modern housekeeping apart
ment? Addreps K-15, care of Tribune,
stating number of rooms and rent ex
TO BUY FURNITURE AND UOUSE
hold goods at high prices. Bell 1337-K.
TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS CLOSE
in for lighl housekeeping; mod.; slate
price. Address K-30 Tribune. (151
NON-DESCRIPTIVE TICKET DENVER.
Chicago, St. Louis, Indianapolis. K-25.
RESPONSIBLE PARTY WISHES TO
rent strictly modern six to eight-room
cottage near 300 So. lib East. Wrlto full
particulars to K-37 Tribune. f2l3
MAN AND WIFE WANTED: WOMAN
for general housework and inun to work
about the place. 1130 E. 1st So. i"23C
ONE THREE-INCH TWO-HORSE WA
goiu one double harness, several cheap
1200-pound mares. Frank Halm. 17 I2th
East. 11G2-K. V f220
WANTED 2 ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping; 2 beds; oast side only;
must bo modern, state price, location
and telephone. Bell Main 5505. f21l'
LACE CURTAINS LAUNDERED: WORK
guaranteed. Mrs. Slallings. Bell phone
STENOGRAPHERS FURNISHED WITH
out charge. "The Shorthand Shop," 510
Atlas. Phono 2161. W103
POSITION AS EXPERIENCED CARH
ier; best of references. G-25, Tribune.
WIS HAVE RELIABLE G. A. R. BOYS
out of work. If you need good, honest
men, notify Wm. Crome, secrctarv, Lati
mer block. ' 026157
AN Al CHAUFFEUR AXD REPAIR
man wants a position: best of refer
ences. Address 1399 McClellan. e2737
FIRST CLASS LADY STENOGRAPHER
and bookkeeper with references. 1-37.
COMPETA NT ACCOUNTANT AND
general offico man desires a. position for
all or part of Ilmo; city references. Ad
dress P. O. box 1431, Salt Lake Cltv.
YOUNG MAN WANTS ANY KIND OF
work nround house to do; will work
for man or woman. Address K-22 Trib-
WOMAN WANTS WASHING OR
cleaning by the day. Laura ICoenig.
333 W. 1st North- &
JAPANESE SCHOOL BOY WANTS PO
sltlon in private family. IC-31 Tribune.
FIRST-CLASS FITTER FROM NEW
York wants position. -14G E. 7th South,
rear 2. f I2S
TWO BRIGHT YOUNG LADIES. WITH
best of ref.. speaking several lan
guages, wish positions as governess or
housekeeper In refined families. Address
T. Bert. I ll E. 12nl St.. New York City.
NICE YOUNG LADY GOING TO Busi
ness college wishes to work for board
and room with an old couple. 271 E. 1st
South. Bell phono 202S-Z. f212
R ES P ECT A RLE. MIDDLE-AGED WO.M
ari wants position as housekeeper; good
plain cook; good references. Apply K-00.
FULL COrRSEV MAIL. $5pPRl
vate lessons dally. Xo ImjoUs to huy
"Seven" last. , :;3 Mercantile blk. -21:
YOUNG GIRL 'rosP?rB
honsowoik: one who ', .,
Sf'fZt .MH'M 1 KSK
GIRLS IN ALL DISPART.ViP-Tfci
PLY SUPER1NTEN UKNW TiMB
TROY LAUNDRY. 131 SO CTulW
WANTED-YOU' TO KNGWi
Henager's Business Collcgo i nSBr
in the city. Day and night ; boW
SASSE'S HAIR DRESSING ToTl'
Manicuring, halrilresslug oir B
combings bought; hair swltch'SB
hair Jewelry made. Phones 4ltl. ,jtj:
GIRL FOR GENERA L UOUSinS
good wages; prercr one who linri
higquarlors at borne. Sr. K. i'Ia
STENOGRAPI H3R AND OFIT?dfi'
man; address, giving age, iySJK'
and salary expected. 11-50. TtlKfl
WA NT ED A NORWEGIAN uVf)
ish girl not long from old rn, MM
keep bouse for woman ami child vK
town; small wages. uteIujy i,0,i!S
right parly. Call Mrs. Ki-dds, mJWl
GIRL WMTRESS. ON k WHr7pB
German, at Yiddish Dining p 1,1MB
West 2nd So. Mis. R. Llascr, I
GOOD GIRL FOR TeITeIIaVTJSB
work: also washwoman Inu-'Bfli
3054. or call 70 E st.
GIRL FOR GENIsrAL Ho7t!
must cool;. Bell phone -ilOiflBMf
E. 2nd South. 'flB
NEAT YOUNG XURSEGUL
Curtis. I2S I st. 3r
WANTED. A FIRST-CLS
cook al once, with rcferenc9V
mornings only. Ill ISasi SoulliBB
WANTED. LADY VKUJStiTm
good appearance. Intelligent, aiH
can furnish character 1 cfc rcnccjjBBj
employment and fair sal-iry. CaH
noons ami evenings. Ill ISu3ta
Temple SI. flB.
slarcher and flnHbrr Apply hfB
at once. Sanitary Laundry, 30 SaflKr
GIRL WANTED. 5TPwT2T?rIK
WANTED A CoMinsWNTlHrlp
general housework. Out; who rjHb
at home. Good wages. ReguliirP
Call at S30 Lincoln ave
GIIJL FOR HOl'EvURT?nn(rfc
2 GIRLS TO STRAluiTFENTiAlrrB
lugs : experience not necrfsar', 'Sft,
Hair College. 2 IS o. Main. .jBK
HOUGHTON. MIFFLIN COlm
Boston, western branch 1230 1K
Demcr. require a few iiitclllgetitMB'
to sell "Tbe Chllilicn's Hour." tlB
popular book published. I' or appoBk
with the western manager, addri'
thin- 11. Clinch. Wll 11 III pj
GIRL FOR GENERAL HO USliK
071) East 2nd South. JP
1 in 1 1 11 1 111 hum 1 11 .wM
man to wash dishes '.!.!'-' IS. 3BL
skilled and unskilled laborers funr
10 East 1st South, toe. ComuicrclaBj
Bell phone 33SS; Ind. 023. tiK
CARRIERS WITH HORSE. ONK
line. Apply lo Circulation MatiaBH
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT Ag
Hole), restaurant ami ltouseliolBB
Headquarters for laborcra.i
I E. 2nd South. Phones -10 J.
VISIT HENAGER'S BUSINESS iW
lego before you decide to entc;
where. Get the best. -10 So. MtB"
Both phonc3. f?
GOVERNMENT FARMERS WANf?
Examination, April 13. Splcndld'if.
Free living quarters. Let us prcpamj
Write today. Ozment, Dept. 5jSK
TWO OR THREE GOOD NEWSlfc
solicitors. Apply clrculatlonjr?
Evening Telegram. JWg
WA NTED I .MM EDI.VI'EL Y, A fc
class candy maker; none othct3
apply; must come well r?conuQ
permanent work. Address Tho L
Candy Co., Boise, Ida. pF
WANTED DELIVERY BOY BIl
street pharmacy; good wages;-
THREE OR FOUR EXPERtENCJ
sorters for Saturday nlghtst -
Trlbuno mailing room after 10 p. i
SOLICITOR FOR CLEANING CQ.j
boy with' wheel. 303 Brooks am
WANTED BY SALT LAKE BH
01 New York corporation, a voun
of bupiness ability with legal ti
preferred, for responsible pofdllohi
be a ltard worker, well cducnti
quick to learn; good chance for ad
ment. Stale ago, experience .and ,!
K-27. Tribune. J
HANDY MAN. ACC1 STOMED TO.i
ht.g furniture preferred. Pijono;
1745; Ind.. 2070-X. :
RESPONSIBLE SOBISR MAX. CAPA
1 of taking charge of retail market. -J
thoroughly understand handling T
References required. AddrefS K-3S TJJ
EXPERIEXCED MAX. REPAllfflL
pressing and cleaning. Apply MM;
WANTED MAN TO TAKE F051'
of foreman in twit c-a-wcek ney,1
and Job sho; must understand K
and book make-up. be able to osMJL
jobs, and lake general iharse'PMB
chauira! department: 520: 8 JB5
young married man preferred. ,A
Idaho Register, Idaho falls, I(lal'm!
YOUNG MAN STENOGRAlffiL
light work; light salary. &3BB5J
WANT1SD AT ONCE, YOVXwklk
for clerical position. O03'Tribu
TWO MEN OVER 25 FOR OmV
position, to assist sales manaMN
department: $25 weeklj; expend,
advanced. Don't want record bnM
those who know It all, but !
some selling ability who are wlim.
shown how and to work six Uob
tinder Instructions. Call ThursMKJIS,
10 a. m. C. n. Graham, Kon3l
SHOISSHINERS AT SALT M
Shining parlor. 11 E. Third
HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN ,JL
Bosioni western branch 1
Denver, will employ a few B
men on their high-grade 1UM
Including "The Children s "Wk.
Salt Lake and surrounding
For appointment w.ck of Mn
dress . Artlnir H. Clinch. Wi ,
Collections, damage suits, d'YT
bate business promptly n00!
with dispatch. Call or write t
Law and Collection Co. o2a vm
uADIES! ASIC YOUR DRt'Om
Chlchestors Pills, tho DlamoMW
For 25 years known as Best. T4Jh
ways Reliable. Buy of yur"Cf
Take no other. Chlchestors JrM' ft
Brand Pills are sold by DrugEMJVj.f
30 Tonralne hotel. Bell pbf-'-J fW.k
classes of legitimate detcctlveMWCTjj,
oeriaken by f xptric need opn j
!ludiitt absolutely toiindontMMS 1
' cues given if desired M