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' THE SALT LAKH TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1912. 15 H
Iffl WHO TRADE
Cm an(j winter Siocks Move
NMapidly With Advent of
JMPEFUL FOR FUTURE
fMalers in All Classes of Mer
isjchaiidise Look for Brisk
jftliile the volume of retail trade dr
jH'jb'e last week was not so sreat as
tfof the preceding seven days, mer
HEfj appear well pleased with the re
E' and declare that the figures in
Ktfnr the week will run snbstuntial
JHbore those tor the eamo period in
4HL Especially active are lato fall
Kvnnter stocks, while galea ecu.
ted generally at various times
Eighout the ' business district have
IKn'cd aliolves of summer goods.
SB.Jarpa number of visitors who at
Bled the big irrigation congress, the
nKe fair and Mormon church coufcr
H, remained over last week and were
4mi in evidence at (.ho stores. A do
Bj change in wcutlior nlso brought
(benefits and nearly all departments
fHrzdo wero thronged with purchasers.
Kterc were no noticeable features iu
Hh'tail market last week, but efforts
Bio merchants to induce shopocrs to
JHfcheir buying before lato in the aft
jHebD, ii cur closing time, are reported
Ke meeting with some success.
IHratifying hardware trade was ro
lBtfd, orders being received freely.
IKes and stove furniture were in
demand, and outside, orders in
jHlicC5 brightened up considerably.
jEmber, cement and building mate
fontinue to fmioy a gratifying mar
HH'and the car shortage handicap has
wended so as to cripple local deal
era. No changes in prices arc reported.
, n?ciJrtnicnl stores, as usual, car
ried on first, honors in point of volume
ot trade. A heavy call was noted dur
ing the week for specialties, and nil
staple lines moved steadily. Suits, mil
linery, shoes. Hilks, underwear and
clonics wore tho features. Furs sold to
a good market. Jlcavicr men's fur
nishings also wont in steady demand.
Definite announcement of tho date
upon which the Keitli-O-'Brien company
and tho Auorbach company would ro
movo to their respective new stores at
Stato and Third .South streets has not
been made, but both firms arc energeti
cally preparing for removal, which is
expected within a wcok or so, unless it
is decided to conduct their grand open
ings at the beginning of the liolidav
Morehauts look for continued good
trade, with tho volume xtondilv swoll
mg until after the holiday sales, and
are exceedingly optimistic in their expressions.
HIGHLAND PARK HAS
NEW WAITING STATION
Kimball & Richards company has just
completed its second waiting station in
ITighlaud park for the conveuionce of
residents while waiting for street cars.
Tho lirst was orccted on Highland Park
i drive and the second on Fielding avo
iiiuo. Another will bo built on Strat
tonl avenue. The waiting stations are
built or cement. Thov consist of a wide
seat with an overhead covering in an
umbrella shapo and a drinking foun
tain. Kimball & Richards report a strong
denjand for lots in their suburban
tracts, especially in their new addition
near Wandamcre, known as Homofield
GOOD WEATHER HELPS
THE REALTY BUSINESS
"NV. Eecles Baird, manager of tho Al
Haneo Investment compan-, thinks that
if the good weather will only keop up,
the real estate business will be as ideal
as anyone could hope for. Mr. Baird re
ports a lively business for the week, in
cluding several good sales and much in
quiry on the part of investors.
Among- the sales made during tho
weok by the Alliance company aro the
following; Hans P. Peterson to .T. S.
MeCoukic, a live-room modern brick
house at 319 East Ninth South street
for 2S00; F. E. McGurrin to J. S. Mo
Conkie, a portion of lot 5, block 1.
plat "A," for $1150; A. E. Amundson
to F. L. Parker, a four-room cottage at
I Over Pie Million
HP HE HOME FIRE INSURANCE GOM-
PANY OF UTAH takes pleasure in aii
v uouuciug to the public and its thousands
of policy holders that its assets have passed
the million dollar mark. The growth of the
company is due to the judicious investment
of its assets, the advance on Z. 0. M. I. stock
alone, of which the Home Fire is one of the
principal owners, being $60,000 in the last nine
The compai- has no liabilities exceps the
sum held as a reinsurance reserve fund; it
fs therefore has a $900,000 surplus to policy
holders, which is larger than any other million
dollar company in America.
Thanking the public for its loyal patronage
in tho past, and soliciting a continuation for
the future, we remain.
I HEBER Jo GRANT & CO.
K General Agents.
SALT LAKE CITY'S ECONOMY GROCERY STORE ffi
Largest Stocks Prompt and Courteous Service H
Lowest Prices. W
United Grocery Company I
267-269 SO. MAIN STREET. B
Phone Ex. 600, Connecting All Departments. H
Stirring Pure Food Specials Monday
See how we cut down the high cost of living. H
from among the many t Monday specials, note- H
worthy are the following: ' Bj
. Just here a Carload Lot H
!of that UNSURPASSED, UNEQUALED B
Idaho High Patent Flour J
48-POUND dp g gmf 1
j SACK FOR JL iV 1
i Orders for 500 pounds or more at $2 a 100 pounds I
The great demand for this splendid Flour exceeds our m
ability to supply, and we consider it rare good fortune to
b&ve received this carload lot. We urgently advise persons
p o anticipate their entire winter supply NOW while quan-
I is plentiful. Phone your orders. Exchange 600. Prompt
M0ST -B r 10-POUND BAG D
jS hams 18C BEAMS 65c I
; lO-tOUND BAG prf 1 he' EXTRA OHOIOE-K D
mm toe 65 c ess $l a
I '...,...,,.. FOR
r United Grocery Company 1
K 267-260 So. Main. Phone Exchange 600 H
HEAD STUFFED? GOT
A COLO? TRY PAPE'S!
One dose of Pape's Cold Com
pound relieves ivorst cold or
grippeNo Quifaine used.
You will distinct lv feel your cold
brcaKintt iiiul all tho Grippe symptoms
Icaviuc after tahiup the very first
H is a positive fact that Pape's Cold
Compound, taken everv two hours, un
til three consecutive doaes are taken,
will end tho Grippe and break up the
most sovero cold, either in tho head,
chust. back, stomach or limbs.
It promptly relieves the most mis
crable headache, dullness, head and
nose stuffed up, fevorishuoss, sneezing,
sore throat, running of the nose, mu
C0?A catarrhal discharcos. soreness,
stiffness and rhoumafm twinges.
Get. a 25-cont packugo of "Pape's
Cold Compound" from your druggist
and take it -with tho knovrledgo that
it will positively and promptly cure
your cold and end all the grippe mis
ery, without any assistance or bad
after effects, and that it contains no
quinine don't accent something olso
said to bo just as good. Tastes nice
acts gently. (Advertisement.)
415 Church street for $1100; P. L. Par
ker to K. C. Klenkc, a live-room house
on Galena street for $1000; J. G. Veer
ings to Thomas S. Broadbent, houso on
corner of Forest avonuo and Eighth
East street or .$1000.
FOR NEW HOMES
During the last week the Salt Lako
Security & Trust company closed five
contracts for homes to be built at once.
Since this company inaugurated the
unique feature of providing homos for
tho masses on reasonable terms, , it has
awakened a new industry and tho re
sult is that people who hiivo heretofore
owned lots which wero unproductive aro
now taking advantage of the opportu
nity of having homes and nouses erect
ed thoruou, thus giving new life to a
heretofore unimproved class of real es
tate. Working men have especially talc
en advantago of tho homo building
arrangement that the Salt Lako-Security
extends to those owning lots, being
able to comply with the exceedingly
easy terms as a condition to the secur
ing of a permanent homo.
It is estimated that several hundred
thousand dollars has been invested by
people of moderate means in this meth
od of investment, all of which has done
so much in the past" two years to up
build tho city Generally.
FOURTH SOUTH REALTY
SOLD AT STIFF PRICE
That the completion of tho Kowhouao
hotel at Fourth South and Main streets
will increase tho business importance
of Fourth South street is indicated by
the purchnsc of property on Fourth
South botween Main and West Temple
by the Campbell Construction company.
The deal was mado through the Peter
son Eoal Estate & Investment company
aud involved a consideration of approx
imately $;43,000. As this makes an av
erage price of -about $f500 a front foot,
it is said to be the highest price ever
paid for property in that vicinity.
A large residence now stands on tho
lot, which will bo torn down and re
placed with a modern business struc
ture, the exact charactor of which is
not yet announced. Tho property is
in what is known as "gasoline row."
Tho Peterson company reports that real
estate business is good and that, it now
has scleral other important deals pending.
NEW SUBDIVISION IS
SOON TO BE OPENED
The Ashton-Jenkins Real Estate com
pany is planning to open a new sub
division to be known as Yalo Park,
south and cast of the new high school.
Tho trnct comprises twenty acres ex
tending from Twelfth East to Fifteentl
East street, much of it lying just be
yond the Lo Grand . Young homestead
in .Bed Butte hollow. Red Butto creok
runs through tho subdivision, making
it one of the beauty spots of the south
Tho company will establish well-defined
restrictions, both as lo houses to
be buill in tho addition and other im
provements. The restrictions call for
housos ranging from &I500 to $5000.
Trees of uniform variety and sidewalks
and grading? corresponding throughout
the tract, will bo insisted upon, thus
insuring, a high standard in every way.
HOME FIRE OF UTAH
SHOWS GREAT GROWTH
Tho Home Fire Insurance company
of Utah, through its general agents,
Hebor J. Grant & Co,, announced yes
terday that its assets have passed the
million dollar mark.
Tho romilrkable growth, of tho com
pany, which is controlled almost entire
ly by local men, is due, it is "said, to
.i'ndicious investments, and particularly
to tho advance in Z. C. M. I. stock, of
which the insurance compaii3r is one
of tho chief holders. On this holding
alono tho advance has boon $60,000 in
the last nine months.
Having no liabilities, other than the
sum held as.n reinsurance reserve fund,
the company has a .$000,000 surplus to
policyholders, which isaid to bo lar
ger than auj' other company in America
of equal assets.
New Lock-Nut Attracts.
A display of the Taylor lock-nut,
patented and manufactured by E. W.
Taylor, is attracting attention in the
window of the Salt Lako Hardware
comnanr. -Mr. Taylor, who has oflloes
in the' Boston building; reports that tho
invention is "being enthusiastically re
ceived in railroad and machinist cir
cles and there is an outlook which is
promising a big future for I ho lucal
Smith Roalty Busy.
Tho Smith Hcalty company rcnorts
last weok to have been tho best of the
fall soason so fnr. It sold un apart
ment house on West Temple street to
Orson Kccler. eight iicreK of land in
Il'olliday subdivision to E. A. Hewet
and a houso and lot in Poplar Grove.
Members of the firm report a decided
improvement of the market.
Hnlloran Ou Trip.
W. .T. JIalloran loft Friday for Cali
fornia. Tie will bo gone about, two
week.". Mr. Hnlloran taid before his
departure that the real estato business
had improved groatlv since the irriga
tion congross and stato fair, showing
that, many of the visitors becamo inter,
estod in local investments.
BUSINESS MEN ASK
FDR MOBE Pii
Improvement Is Asked for
A petition signed by about fifty
prominent business men of Salt Lake,
asking the city commissioners to under
take the paving of State street between
Ninth and Eleventh South street, Ninth
South from State to Fifth East streets,
and Fifth East from Ninth to Tenth
South street, was drawn up yesterday.
The petition sets forth that this im
provement is most viial lo the general
welfare of the -ity as a whole, inas
much as tho streets referred to are the
main arteries of travel in and out of
tho city to Murray, Midvale, Sandy,
Holliday, Mill Creok and other settle
ments to the south and southeast. In
their unpaved condition it is pointed
out tho streets become almost impassa
ble mudholes. Tho commission is re
quested to take immediate action in tho
flor 60V0ral da3's meetings have been
held by prominent men interested in .
the movement. Residents in the terri
tory, effected have been interviewed,
and it is declared that an almost unani
mous spirit in favor of the improve
No other single set of improvements
effects the city as a whole as this
would, it is ddclarod.
A committee consisting of Freeman
Moruingstar, chairman; 0, 11. Hewlett,
James H. Movie, A. E. IF. Peterson,
John Bern, J. A. Fritsch and George
Klenkc was appointed yesterday to ap
pear bofore the commission and urge
the merits of tho petition.
Utah rock asphalt is mentioned in the
petition as preferable for the pave
The Hot Springs
cater to the better element ONLY, !
and under no circumstances will un- i
desirablo persons bo admittod. It
is the best place to spend a pleasant
afternoon or evening. Got up a !
party of six or a dozen just a nice !
I crown, ana come on over tins even-
ing you'll have the time of your
life. 25c per person, including suit,
when accompanied by ladies.
DENVER 1 1 GRANDE
BACK EAST EXCURSIONS
Oct. 11th. Limit Oct. 31st.
Oct. 19th. Limit Jan. 31at.
Nov. 23rd, 25th. Limit Jan. 31st.
Dec 21at, 23rd. Limit Feb. 28th.
Denver, Colorado Springs $22-50
Omaha. Kansas City $40.00
San Francisco $40.00
Low rates to other eastern points on
Stopovers, Diverse routes,
To all parts of the world.
301 Main St. Phono Wasatch 2528.
Quick loans mado on choice city
real estato on long or short time. Bust
Rates always tho lowest our own
funds coiiBcciuently no doluys.
Tuttle Brothers Company
lf9 Main St.. (Knsteni OMi-e, Grand
The Denver & Rio Granda
Effective May 19, 1912.
Provo, MantI, Marysvalq s:00 a. m.
MIdvalo nd Bingham 7M5n,m.
Denver, Chicago and East.... 8:35a.m.
Park City 8:20 a. m.
Ogdon and intermediate points. 10:33 a. m.
Ogdcn. Sun Francisco, Portland lUMO p. m.
Ocden. San Francisco. Portland 2:45 p. m.
Mldvale and Blnghum 2:45 p. m.
Denver, Chicago and East .... C:20 p. m.
Provo. Bprlngvllle, TIntIc 4:50 p.m.
Denver, Chicago and East .... 7:00 p,ni.
Ocden, Portland and Seattlo ..11:10 y. nj.
Ogdcn. 8an Francisco, Los
Tlntlc. Sprlngvllle. Provo ....10:20a.m.
Bingham and MIdvalo 10:30 a m.
Denver, Chicago and East. , , ,li;.5 m.
Ogderi and Intermediate points J:lo n. tn.
Denver, Chlcugo and EaHt .... 2:30 p. ni.
Ogdcn, San Francisco and West 1.33 p. m.
Park City and Intermediate
points 3:00 p, m.
Bingham and MIdvalo B:3V p. m.
Ptovo. MantI. Murysvalo ...... 6:30p.m.
Ogden, San Francisco. Portland 'J:50 p. ra.
Panvar. Chicago and Ea.it 10:CS d. ta.
Phone. Wasatch 2526.
TRIBUNE WANT ADS PULL
Columbus Extension Mining company,
principal place or business Salt Luke
Notice Thure aro delinquent upon Iho
following dcscilbed stouk on account of
assessment. No. 7 of 24 cents per shan:,
levied on the 20th day of August.' 1012. the
several amounts set opposite the names
of tho respective shuvelioldwa as fol
No. Name. .shares. Amt.
1 Tony..Iucobson ' 1 5 .024
2 C. 1C McCornlck .. 1 ,02i
! 24 C. K. McCornlck .... 2 .05
! -10 -V. S Snow 1,000 25.00
! 71 Rudolph Olson 200 5.00
, 113 Ja.s. A. Pollock & Co. fi00 12. .'.0
111 Jas. A. l'ollo:k & Co. KOO 12.50
! 12C Jas. A. POl.'ock & Co. 1,000 -J5.00
125 G. H- Walker l.ilOO IT.. 00
131 IS. W. Griffith'.! ..... 20U o.oO
16315. V. Griff Its T.Oi) 12.50
195 Jas. A. Pollock & Co. 500 12.50
10S K. W. Griffiths 1,000 25.00
201 K. W. Griffiths 50() 12.50
215 IL Iv. Cobb & Co... 1 .000 25.00
21G R. K. Cobb & Co 1.000 25.00
221 Tony Jacobson ...... 40 1.00 .
22S W. M. Havcnor .... 50l) 12 50 !
237 Arthur K. Snow .... 500 12.50
JGS 1 1 U Colo 500 12.50
200 If. Ft. Colo M)U 12.50
275 1. 13. Boverldgo .... 200 5.00
276 J. 15. Boverldgo 100 2.50
203 F. It. Snow & Co 1,000 25.00
.'JOS F R. Snow .t Co 500 12.50
312 Orson M. Rogers ... r.ooo 50.00
310 S. R. Nccl 100 2.50
Are You Making Money? l
Moncy-malcing is always timely invest your dollars ami share in our divi- IH
dends November 1.
Six Important Facts:
The price ol: our slock: $1.20 per share, cash or installment. Terms of in
stall men! : 30 per eent down and 5 per cent a month.
Dividends payable quarterly at 9 per eent per annum on par; and our surplus
funds more than double the amounts thus paid out.
"We have three hundred stockholders.
(Bettilyon Built) H
AH stockholders' money is protected by deeds to homes like this, and the se- H
curity becomes better every month. We have built twenty lieautiful homes in this H
cily, and the twenty-first is being erected.
Write for.a free copy of The Homebuilder; also booklet entitled, The Invest- H
ment You Have Been Looking For.
HOME BUILDERS CO., 1012 East 3rd South. ' H
323 H. W. Doscher 100 2.50
3C3 Jas. A. Pollock & Co. 100 2.50
! '340 W. J. Lawrence 300 7.50
, 352 F. R. Snow & Co 52 1.S0
354 W. D. Ncbeker ..... 500 12.50
374 A. S. Campbell .... 100 3.50
387 S. R. Ncel 100 2.50
288 S. R. Neel 100 2.50
380 S. R. Ncel 100 2.50
394 W, J. Browning .... 100 2.50
404 W. J. Browning .... 100 2.50
400 W. J. Browning 100 2.50
41S W. J. Browning 100 2.50
419 W. J. Browning 100 2.50
421 W. J. Browning .... 100 2.50
422 W. J. Browning .... 100 2.50
425 W. J. Browning .... 3 00 2.50
431 Jas. A. Pollock & Co. 200 5.00
4G6 IT. W. Doscher 200 5.00
469 H. W. Doscher 100 2.50
4S9 Dern & Thomas .... 100 2.50
491 Dcrn & Thomas .... 100 2.50
551 B. A. Hardenstcln .. 500 12.50
557 H. W. Doscher 300 7.50
558 H. VT. Doscher 200 5.00
5fi8 R. S. Wlmmer 500 12.50
570-J. T,, Karr 400 10.00
582 Jas. A. Pollock & Co. 500 12.50
602 Jas. A. Pollock & Co. 100 2.50
627 C. I,. "Whitney 1,000 25.00
C56 W. J. Ixiwrence .... 100 2.50
662 Michael Zugler 66 1.65
697 R. K. Cobb & Co. .. 500 12.50
709 W. J. Browning .... 100 2.50
73C II. "W. Do.icher 1.000 25.00
739 C. Xj. Whitney 500 12.50
765 F. R. Snow & Co. .. 1,000 25.00
7871. H. Doming 100 2.50
SIO E. S. Wright 1,000 25.00
$20 W. H. Child 500 12.50
832 W. 71. Child 500 . 12.50
S44 W. II. Child 100 2.50
S51 S. G. Savllle 300 7.50
Sf.S "W, M. Havcnor 500 12.50
SG2 W. M. Havenor .... 500 12.50
S7S W. M- TTavenor 100 2.50
892 W. M. Havenor .... 100 2.50
909 W. M. Havenor .... 300 7.50
9S1 W. M. Havenor .... 500 12.50
join J. R. Walker 1,000 25.00
1021 W. II. Child 1.000 25.00
1030 W. H. Child 500 12.50
1031 W. H. Child 500 12.50
1040 W. H. Child 500 12.50
1066 W. TT Child 500 12.50
1070 W. H Child 500 12.50
1077 W. TI Child 1.000 25.00
10S1 W. II. Child 5,000 125.00
1083 W. H. Child 10,000 250.00
108S Alma Kldredgo 1.000 25.00
1095 W. H. Child 1.000 25.00
1105 W. IT. Child 200 5,00
1123 Jess Knight 500 12 50
1125 Almn Eldredgc 1.500 37.50
1138 Dr. C. W. Gates .... 500 12.50
1139 Dr. C W. Gates .... 500 12.50
1142 Geo. Kay 43 1.121
1146 S. R. Neel 30 .75
1106 F R. Snow & Co. .. 200 5.00
1103 G J. C Armstrong 7,000 175.00
1205 Jcsk Knight 500 12.50
1-o;jc. w, Pnitt 1,000 25.00
1230 H. R. McMIUnn .... 500 12.50
1231 11. R. McMillan .... 100 2. 50
lo;,(;c. W. Pratt :!... 500 12.50
!, (V 7T. Child 3.000 75.00
1323 W. H Child 1.000 23.00
l?,2ijW. H. Child 1.000 25.00
1327 - W. TT. Child 1.000 25.00
1328 W. IT. Child 1,000 25.00
1330 W. II. Child 500 12.50
1334 A. S. Campbell -. ... K'O 2.50
1351 A. L,. Thomas 500 12.50
1357 J. W. Hilton 500 12.50
1367 C. W. Pratt 10.000 250.00
1368 C. W. Pratt 1C.000 400,00
1369 Alma Eldrcdge 1,500 37.50
And In accordance with law and an
order of the board of directors, made on
i the 29th day of August. 1912. so many
shares of each parcel or such stock na
may be necessary, will bo Fold at public
auction at the office of the Fenretary.
room 102. Felt building. Salt Lake City,
Utah, on tho C3rd day of October. 1912. at
3 j, m., to pay the delinquent assessments
thoreon. together with Hip costs of adver
tising and expenses of sale.
F. R COOK. Serrctarv.
Office 402 Felt building, Salt Lake City.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF
STOCKHOLDERS OF SALT LAKE
A speolal mooting of the stockholders
of Salt Lake Tennis club will bo held on
Thursclav. October 31, 1912, at 5:30 o'clock
p in. of said day at the club house of
said corporation, ou Tenth Fast street,
between Second and Third South streets.
Salt Lnke City. Utah, for the purpose of
considering and voting upon a proposition
to amend Article "VIII. of the Articles or
Incorporation of said corporation, by In
creasing the capital as now limited In
said articles from elghty-flvo hundred
dollars to eleven thousand dollars, and
by Increasing the number of shares from
eighty-five shares to one hundred ten
shares, sci that the. first climsu contained
In said article as and If amended shall I
read as follows:
"The limit of capital stock of said .
corporation Is hereby fixed In tlm sum of
eleven thousand dollarrf. divided into one
hundred ton shares of tho par value of
one hundred dollars each."
Th balance of said nrtlclo to remain
and rend as hnrctofore- By order of tho
board of directors.
Dated at Salt Lake City. Utah, thla i
flth day or October A. D.; 1912.
K. M. GARNI5TT, Secretary.
Save This Money in Your I
Instead of paying $500 a month, pay $175
Save $225 a month, or $2700 a year M
Instead of paying $250 a month, pay $90 Tlpsf I
Save $160 a month, or $1920 a year m-- I
Instead of paying $50 a month on I
a. side street, get on the best Main TjJjiS I
street corner, in the finest building in jji jjljj'jfj I
the city, at $22.50 to $42.50 a month. j Jjj
This is what the mercantile arcades in the new jjj ji
Walker Bank building mean to the merchant. jjl j3Jp
With four high-grade elevators, giving rapid serv- J ! 3 la jl P
ice, in addition to the sairway, people will do busi- limi 81118111
ness here just as readily as on the upper floors of a 'L'UL'y
department store. Rowe's Boys' Clothes Shop and lTb' IIB
the Utah Sample Millinery Co., are already open for Ji"ttlJj?S'
business. Ask them how they like it. Others will fajrjg
Mercantile Arcades aro new iu Salt Lake City, but they aro rapidly in
creasing in popularity throughout the country. The now 20-story Mercantile
National Bank building in IndianapoliH will have five entire floors devoted
to this purpose. In Chicago, among others, the nevr 24-story Stevous building
will have eight floors and the now 21-story Stato Quincy building six floors for
mercantile arcades. The now Equitable building in Now York, largest In tho
world, will have two uppor floors for mercantile and banking UEes. There are pH
numerous other instances. pH
The Walker Bank building mercantile arcades are already a success, but
it is desired to ront at the outset every inch of space set aside for this use, pH
to secure the full benefit of co-operation. pH
Among the lines of business to which this should appeal are: Millinery,
corsets, ready-to-wear cloaks and suits, ladies' tailors, furs, Jewolry, children's PH
clothing, merchant tailors, men's clothing, rugs, shoe3, badges and medals, uov- pH
cities, office supplies, dental supplies, surgical supplies, photographers' goods, PH
draperies and curtains, hair goods, hats, haberdashery, manufacturer 'r. agents, pH
oriental goods, electric supplies, manicuro, hair dressing, vacuum cleaners, and
scores of others. ,
Get a busy store on a busy upper floor on the busy corner. 1
Walker Bank Building I
Applications for space may be m adc at Walkor Brothors, Bankers.
Office and Store FSxtyres
Let Us Figure
SALT LUKE CABINET
& FIXTURE 00,
27 RICHARDS STREET.
Phone Wasatch 3210.
National Bank of the Republic
A thoroughly modern Mivlngs ilepnrt
imoiu conducted In connection with this
Imiilc. Safe deposit boxes for mU. U. S.
Frank Knox, president: James A. Mur
rny, vice president; W. F, Earls, cashier;
E. A. Ctilbertson, assistant cashier.
Cnpllal imld In, $300,000. Intcrent paid
an time deposits.
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by mail without recourse to 3
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1 letter. Checking Accounts
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