16 THE SJTl.KE TSIBOTTE: SUOT)AY MOKNXNTG-, Jj12sTJARY 31, 1904. I
HS CITY AND NEIBHB8RH009.
H- Plans are under way for the Tabernacle
choir to visit tho-St. Louuj po11'0"'
' Ing the summer. Tho trip will he nn cx-
HHB tensive ouu,
H Mrs. Amelia Rgcb Stockdalc, one of
H Utah county's most successful teachers.
H , bas accepted a position ae primary te;lch-
H- '' I" tho city schools.
Mr John Shousc of this city-yesterday
H anvn blrtli to a daughter nt tho Keogh
AVrlght hospital. 1-ast evening both
mother and daughter wore- dolus,' nicely.
Tho Bingham stake of tho Church of
H Jesus Christ of Latfor-day Saints ?'1
H likely be divided Into two separate stnkco
j ax the quarterly conference, which me.t&
H, At Calvarv Baptist ohurch. 474 Ea5t
' Second South. Dr. Charles O. Bootbe.
H' pastor, all will be welcome- today to eerv-
T ices at 11 a, m. and S p. m.. and to Sun-
-day-school at 2:30 p, m.
Hl ' There will be an Important meeting of
: -the Vetci-an Firemen's association Jn the
H ' association hall. 271 Canyon road. Mon-
H . day night. February 1st. A full atlond-
HHI anco Is desired.
) Cltv Auditor Felt yesterday completed
H' i the povrollo of the city officials, including
H 5 City Councllmcn and members of tho no-
l s lice and fire departments for tho month or.
H J January. Tho total amounted to mi.ju.iT.
H The Philharmonic society will meet Oils
K ftemoon at 4:30 In the usual meeting
: nlaco to triinsact some important busl-
i ncsp. Tho members arc to turn in their
i contract books and the committee will
H I thon b able to tell whether It can so on
,! or r.ot Jn making dates.
IP Dr. Charles O. Boothc, the now minister
for Calvary Baptist church, arrived yes
terday afternoon over the Rio Grando
from Pratt City. Ala,, and will hold ser
vices at tho church this morning at 11
o'clock and tonight at S. All are invited
I to come and hear him. Seats free.
I A heater in the soda water fountain at
H Godbc-Pltts dm? store, First South and
H Main streets, becamo overheated yester
H day and ignited tho woodwdrd. Tho de
I "rartmont from the central station re
1 wponded.to tho alarm and extinguished.
1, tho small lire, which caused a, small loss,
f " '
Hi Mrs. A. T. Sinclair rccelvod a telegram
I1 vesterdav announcing tho death of hcr
R brothor-ln-low, G. Stuart Johneon of
I Grand Ronlds, Mich. Mr. Johnson was
I well and favorably known in Salt Lake.
1 having been superintendent and president
i ' of the street railway of Grand .Rapids for
I This ovonlng at 7:30 o'clock, at Unity
I hall. HO Second East street. Rev. Ay;
I Ham H. Fish. Jr., will deliver a lecture
I on "Personal Impressions' and Recolloc
I lions of Naples, Vesuvius, Pompeii and
I the Mlraclo of St. Janunrlus." Vocal sc
I lections will , bo rondercd by Miss Emily
I Larsen. Tho lecturo is free aud tho pub
I lie Is cordially invited.
I The Woman's Missionary society of tho
i First Presbyterian church will hold its
I , regular meeting Tuesday, February 2nd.
! at 2 p. m., In tho church triors. A paper
on tho Philippines, by Mrs, Capt Styer.
i will be read, and Mrs. A. D. Molvln will
, xlng. There will bo other interesting fea
tures on the profrnunmo, and a full at
tendance is desired.
i A certified copy of the articles of Incor
poration of tho Pacific States Mercantile
I company of California were filed In the
, office of County Clerk James yesterday.
I ; J. A. Copes of Salt Lako City Is named
I as tho local agent of the company. Tho
, ' capital stock of thft corporation Is J75.000,
r divided Into 730 shareR of lhi par valuo
I of $100 per share. CarL May Is the presl-
dent ot tho company and O. Llpman
I Rev. J. IL Worrall has become Inlcrost
l ed in the work of the Children's Aid and
I Home-Finding1 association and will solicit
I ftwds for the organization Mr. "Worral la
) ; the onlv person who la authorized to so
licit or collect funds and people are warned
nsralnst paying to others, according to the
I. , . ofrtcers of" the association. Any one who
f tlesiros, they say, msiy send monoy to tho
I . treasurer or to tho other officers ot tho
Tho next monthly mooting: of the Xau
voo Legion will be held on Monday. Feb
ruary th, in the bishop's office, tithing
i : yard, at 7:r p. m.. at the last meeting tho
. chango being made to accommodate all
' members and not clash with tho M, 1.
. associations. All members havo hud a
cordial invitation to attend the social
to be given by the ludlan "War Veterans
In tho Thirteenth ward hall on Monday,
, . . .
Tho Farmlngton Consolidated Oil and
Gna company will ask permission of the
' City Council to erect and maintain a plant
((which vlll furnish the city with' light and
power. The petition will be presented to
the Council Monday night. The company
declares its intention of supplying' tho
rity with gas, electricity or other means
I for furnishing light, power and heat to
. the Jnhubltants. It asks for a franchise
for a period of fifty years.
I , .
1 "Weather for Today Partly cloudy and
- unsettled. Tho maximum temperature
I yesterday was 33 degrees; minimum, 1C
y At Other Points. Max. Min.
Denver Cloudy.. ..10 22
) Grand Junction Cloudy. ...ru 4
Helena .- Pt. cloudy. ...3S 30
, Pocatello Clear.... 2-1 10
Modena Clear.... IS C
T'Innemucca Clear.. .AO S
, ;j ICNTJTSFOIID HOTEL.
Tho one place for comfort and ele-(-i
cance. Fireproof; telephones in every
, : rcoiu; modern In every way.
1 D. J. Sharp Coal Co.
!( OfUcc, 72 South Main street Tele
, J phones 719 and -130,
Yard No. 1. 1st South bst. 3rd and
! 4th West. Telephone 719-3 rings.
I Yard No. 2. 12th South and 11th East.
K- i Telephone E9S.
I. Yard No. 3, State bet. 13th and 14th
South. Telephone 105.
'' Attention, Musicians!
'l Musicians desiring to become mo'm-
; bers of Local 107 A. F. of M., will be
;. supplied -with information by W. H.
'i Daniels, secretary, 134 West Second
i South street. All arc Invited; limited
to February lu, 1904.
The 1904 City Directory.
' Polk's Salt Lake City Directory for
Hh 1904 Is about ready for press. Sccrc
Hk I tarics of societies, clubs, etc., pastors
1 of churches and all others Interested
are requested to write, or call at the
k Directory office at once in order to In
. 3ure correct insertion of their lnforma
' tion. ,Y, P. COOPER, Sec. and Mgr.
617-G- Dooly building.
j JOHNSON & EON. PAINTER AND
contractor, 272 State st. rl&Q
H' !j RED SANDSTONE. $10.00 PER CORD.
lnimediato delivery. Brown Stono Co.,
E ' No. 11 E. 1st So., ground floor. rl833
GTOVE AND FO'JHORY VVORKU.
Hl 1 STOVES RANGES, CASTINGS, RE
newed and repaired; dealers in stovos and
H oeno1rlCX-.tCrD Vwuaxy'
PREECE. In this city January 13, 1004,
Herman Preece, In his 53rd year.
Funeral will be held Tueadny afternoon
at I'TO o'clock rrom die family resldonco,
173 West Sixth South. Interment in City
BAKER, In this clly January V. 1901.
Theodore J. Bnkr, In his GSth year.
Funeral will be held Mondny afternoon
at '2 o'clock from the residence of his
daughter. Mrs. A. M. Walden, 2C9 East
Second South street. Interment private.
SANDERS. At HG North Third West
street, this city. "January 30. 1WI. Ethel
A., daughter of George N. and Annie
Whitney Sanders, born January 11, 1SS7,
In Ouden. Utah.
Funeral services will be held Monday at
2 o'clock from the family rosldonce.
Friends are Invited to attend.
SI1ILL. At US West Third South street.
this city, January 29, 1104. Dora Shlll,
daughter of Samuel and Catherine E.
Jones Shlll. aged 11 years.
Funeral services will be held Sunday at
3 o'clock from thn fanlly residence.
Friends arc invited to attend.
CALDER.-At 913 Seventh East street.
this cll. January 30. 1904. from accident.
Joseph D.. yon of David G. and Sarah E.
Hague Calder, bom February 12, 1SS7, in
Salt Lake City. ,
Funeral services will be held Tuesday at
2 o'clock from the fnniUv residence.
Friends arc invited to nttendl
ROURTCE In this city, January 22. 1901,
Charles P. Rourke. aged 29 yearn
Funeral cortege will Icavo tho residence.
No. 307 East Gth South, Monday morning
at 9:30 o'clock, thence to St. Mary's
cathedral, where mass will bo celebrated,
commencing tit 10 o'clock. Interment,
Calvary cometery. Friends invited.
FLORISTS AND SEEDSMEN.
SCHWARZ & HETNCICE. FLORISTS,
seedmen. &i E. 2nd So Tel. C05. rOOl
B. C. MORRIS FLORAL CO.. FU
ncral designs, 51 up. McCornlck bldg.
FLORAL DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Richard E. Evons, Z1 Main st. Tel. 961.
SALT LAIvE-IIUDDART FLORIST
Co. Largest greonhousc In tho west gl73
FUNERAL DESIGNS AND AR
rangemeuts. Tho P.oserie, 112 Main. Tel
ETBER "VV. HALL, UNDERTAKER
and Embalmer, op. P. O-, 110 "W. 2nd So.
Tel. 1019. j
MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES
R. M'KENZIE. MONUMENTS, TOMB
stones, 139 W. l&t So. Write for prices.
J ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
etruction. large stock of latest chande
llers. Inter-ML Elec. Co.. 15 E. 1st So,
CARPENTERS AND JOBBERS.
ROY WATROUS, C7 E. 3RD SO. ELE
vator and job work. Tel. 1675-Z. oS79
SCHOOL OF COOKERY.
MISS CANNON INSTRUCTOR; PAR
tlcularg at 24 E3. So. Temple. rl279
SUITS TO ORDER, J15 UP. FIT GUAR
antoed. Sorenscn & Larson, 115 W. 2nd
FHYS1C1ANS AND SURQEON9.
WOMAN SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN.
Lulu Brooks, M. D Constitution ulk.
ALL BLEMISHES PERMANENTLY
removed iiom the face or body. Black
heads cured for flvo dollars or money re
funded. Mrs. Dwlnell McKay. Tho Cul
leu, Sulto 7C. r2454
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES. DOU
ble chlus and all facial blemishes removed.
Eczema, pimples, oily skins, blackboaa.3
and largo pores cured. Manicure, shampoo
and halrdrosslng done. Mrs. Dwlnell Mc
Kayj cor. 6th East and 2nd So. rltS
MME. A. SWENSON. VOCAL 1N
structor. the only teacher of Garcia meth
od. Hours daily. 10 a. m. to G p. m. 'Phono
C29-y. Calder s music store. J1751
MISS, GERTRUDE DUNLAP. ORGAN
ist and Baritone Vocalist, New Castl
Wyo.. will he open for engagement Janu
nry 2, 1601. Denomination ot church no
objection, and up-to-dato servico maar-n"tc-
SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND.
SHORTHAND. FRENCH. GERMAN
Typewriting done. 220 D. F. Wallcer. rl72S
NEW OR 2ND HAND; EASY TERMS"
in perfect condition; come and eco our
bargains. Utah Auto Co., 370 Main. TeL
MlfeS BURKELLA PIERCE. PIER,
ppnt school, Commercial Club bid?
classes dally. rlg
ENGRAVERS AND DESIGN ERB.
DE BOU2EK ENG. CO. CUTS FOR
all pttrpoacs. 27 AV. S. Temple. W
,i)?-A SCOTT. CHAPMAN. DENTIST
Cte-C Scott-Strevcll bldg. 'Phono 1ES4-Y.
PTrAlrP TROUBLES OF WOMEN,
confidential. Mrs. Dr. Bee. 14 St. Elmo!
WESTERN JUNK AND METAL YARD,
dealers In rage, scrap Iron, bottles, metals
and rubber, hides, pelts, furs, wool, bees
wax and tallow. 123 S. Stato .st. and 1044
S. State st. 'Phono 1333-K. Salt Lake city.
JJA .JUNlC CO- HIGHEST PRICR
paid for Iron, brass, raga. bottles, rubber
copper, etc. 3 E. Sth 80. 'Phone 223. l"si2
the best salaries; never work for expe
rience, Tctnpleton bldg. tZVJS
CONSERVATIVE AND CAUTIOUS IN
vestments for Investors of moderate
means. Sums of J20 and upward accepted
as a trial to guarantee you the poslth'o
proof of all our claims. All sums denos
Itcd cm bo withdrawn on demand, Pos
itively no looses have ever occurred. Div
idends averaging over 4 per cent paid
weokly. Best of references from custom
ers in Utah and vicinity together with
booklet and particulars sent free. The
oldoxt concern In tho world operating this
form of Investment. Fleishman & Co..
1201 Broadway. Now York. r23o2
PATENTS GUARANTEED. PATENTS
secured or free return. Send model or
sketch for free opinion as to patentabili
ty. Send for illustrated guide book and
list of Inventions wanted; finest publica
tion Issued for free distribution. Contains
valuable Information regarding patents,
trade marla and copyrights; how to ob
tain and cell them; 1C0 mechanical move
ments, etc Patents secured by us ad
vertised freo In the patent record. Sam-
pio copy iree. juurcss ivans. wiiklns "c
Co., Registered Attorney, 500 F street.
Washington. D. C, rG92
CLOSE CORPORATION. COMPOSED
of Detroit and Saginaw capitalists, manu
facturing staple article, with English and
American trade established, desires con
nection with competent man to superin
tend force of travelers and manage State
department. Compensation, J30CO; refer
ences required. Address Secretary. Box
G1J, Detroit. Mich. rl
FURNACES CLEANED BY EXPERT.
Housecleaning Co.. 131 Main. Tel. 1070-K.
BETWEEN FIRST AND FIFTH SO.
on First West, purso containing check
for L. W. Eames and sono small change
Return to 412 South 1st West. Suitable
YELLOW AND WHITE COLLIE DOG.
also otter fur glove. Return to G21 East
3rd So. Reward. V2477
DIAMOND STUD AT HEATH'S SKAT
Ing rink or on car coining from there. Re
turn lo business office Tribune. Suitable
CHILD'S WHITE FUR. RETURN
Nat'l. Tea Importing Co.; reward. r2302
ROOFING AND REPAIRS REASON
nble. S. L. Gravel Rooilng Co., 449 W.
1st North r256
COLUMBIA OPTICAL CO., 2C0 ALVIN.
Wholesale and retail manuf. opticians.
MRS. C. M. TRIPP. MASSAGE AND
magnetic treatment. 3iS S. W. Temple.
GEORGE HAT TON, STOCK BROKER.
No. 1G Montana house. East Second South;
Commission charged 3i of 1 per
cent Certificates Pent by registered mall
to out-of-town patrons. You pay no fee If
you buy from or sell to me. rlG73
UTAH CARPET AND WALL PAPER
Cleaning Co. Carpets 'cleaned on tho floor.
feathcra renovated 'Phono 17S7-K. nllG2
PHIL HIDGIN. LADIES' TAILOR. 123
East 3rd So., next to Knutsford. r403
MONEY TO LOAN.
Any amount lo loan on furniture, planna
warehouse receipts, personals or any good
security. See us of you want money. Our
rates lowest In city. Easy terms, plenty
of time. 125 Keith-O'Brien bldg. r21C3
WE HAVE A LARGE SURPLUS OF
money on terma unusualy favorable to
borrowers. Interest and expenses lower
than any place in Salt Lake. Tho Home
Trust & Savings Company, 6, S, 10 West
First South street. 71925
EASTERN MONEY AT LOW RATES
cf Interest on city property.
Wicks, No. C9 Stato st
ON IMPROVED OR VACANT PROP
erty: no commission or delay. Weir iM
So. Weat Temple. r257
F. O WOOD. 310 TO ?500. FURNITURE
horses, etc.; easy terms. 149 Main. R. 310!
ON CHATTELS OR REAL ESTATE
any amount; any time. O. F. Peterson.
D3 W. 2nd So.
HO TO $25,000 ON CHATTELS OR REAL
estate. private. Equltablo Loan and
Invest. Co . C2V. W. 2nd So. PTJ2
ON ANY PROPERTY; YOU RETAIN
possession. Tho Stringer Co.. 70 W. 2nd S.
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS. EL
mer E. Darling & Co., 6 W. 2nd So.
JIOCO TO JoO.00). ONE TO FIVE YEARS
farm or city property. James K. Shaw'
under Walker Bros. bank. pss
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS.
Miller & Vlelo. SOS McCornick bldg.
ON FURNITURE, PLNOS OR GOOD
security, without removal; private. E F
Stolzcnbargcr. 15 W. 2nd So., room 23,
CITY AND FARM PROPERTY, G AND
7 per cent, J. L. Perkcs. 15G S. W. Temple
MONEY LOANED PRIVATELY
On furniture, pianos, etc., to salaried peo
ple, without security, on your note; easy
payments; strictly confidential. Chcrrv
407 D. F. Walker bldg. C1517
R. L. TRACY. 11 E. 1ST SO.. LENDS
monoy; no commission, oxpenso or delay.
WE LEND MONEY TO BUILD
nouses. It is not necessary to havo tho
houso built first. Wo will advance tho
money no tho house progresses. Lowest
rates. Part payment any time, and inter
est reduced accordingly. McGurrin & Co
134 Main street. mlSSG
SPECIAL MATERIALIZING SEANCE
tonight. All can see. and talk with
their spirit fnends. Everyone welcome
20C West Second South street. r2st
WE TELL YOUR NAME AND JTJSX i
what you wish to know about business
changes, property, mines, claims, money'
sickness, ell love affairs, friends, adapta
tions, money and anything else. Remem
ber, free if not correct. If you cannot call
write to us. Arnold-DIckson Bros. "OS
West Second South st. r22SG
WE MOVE TO 1591$ SO. MAIN ST
Monday. Arnold-DIckson Bros, r22SG
MADAM LYNN. RELIABLE PALM.
1st and aatrologist. 61 W. 2nd So. r24M
NEW OR 2ND-HAND. CASH, TRADE
or terms. Sorenacn-Stoutt Co., 13 E. 2nd
I -DDITIONAl j
I ... CLASSIFIED ADS ... j
! ON PACE 15 J
THREE-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN. 722
South West Temple
8-ROOM. STRICTLY MODERN
house; carpets, kitchen furnishings for
sale to renter. 329 EaBt Fourth South.
C-ROOM COTTAGE, 333 5TH AVE.,
Waterloo, lnq. 203 So. Gth East. r2173
SMALL HOUSE IN TERRACE. 1NQ.
31$ Center su r2473
COSY COTTAGE, 3 ROOMS, E. L..
water; no children. 423 E, 3rd So. r249G
FURNITURE OF 8 ROOMS FOR
sale, all practically new, bulk or by tho
piece; a snap. House for rent. 160 AV. 4th
South, No. 1 Chesney court. j-2511
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND
pantry, ground floor, electric lights, $10.
US Center at.
ONE NICELY FURNISHED ROOM.
u W. 3rd South. r2005
4 ROOMS. WATER AND 'SINK IN
house. J10: no children. 743 Linden avc.,
7th E., betw.-3rd and 4th So. r2G0O
DESIRABLE 3 OR 5-ROOM BRICK.
tl So. 2nd AVost. r2119
1 HOUSE, AVALKER TERRACE, 9
rooms; everything modern. Apply Tho
AA'Ilson-Sherman Co., 52 Ar. 2nd So. St
GOOD STORE. AVITH OR WITHOUT
basement. East 2nd South st. Frltsch,
No. 12 East 2nd So. T2423
TUTTLE BROS., 119 MAIN ST
343 Sherman st , 7-r. bki. nice. 510.
12G N st.. 4-r. blc, nice. jard. JIG.
G33 3rd st., G-r. mod. bk.. barn, JIG.
140 McClellan ave.. 5-r. mod. cot., J1S.
715 E. ith S., 6-r. mod. bk . barn. 525.
45 E, 1st N.. S-r. mod., fine, close. M0.
TUTTLE BROS.. 149 MAIN ST. r2129
11-RM. MOD. BR.; CLOSE IN, 375.C0.
G-rm. Mod. br. cot.; 29 Church, $23.00.
7-rm. framo; 1535 Gth East, S15.00.
4-rm. br. cot,; G25 9th East. 115.00.
l-r.iJ, cottage; R. 257 W. 4th So.. $10.00.
2 r.ns. and a, lc. 70SVa So. Main. J7.C0.
HOUSTONS THE HOUSERS, 251 Main.
214 E 5TH SO., 5 ROOMS. BATH, TOI
let. electric light
S77 E Sth South. 7-room modern.
503 Gth st 5-room, $7.50.
23 Sth East, 3-room. $10
Wolr, 20G So. West Temple. r2433
MODERN 4-ROOM BRICK AT 2G7
North 3rd WesL rt410
2 ROOMS, G7C SO. WEST TEMPLE.
J10. 2 3-ROOM HOUSES, REAR 650 SO.
$1.50. S3S West 3rd South st 4-room mod.
51S, CG7 Gth St., 4-room mod.
J25, S24 East 3rd South. 5-rm. mod.
J30, 7SS So. Gth East, S-rm. mod.
J35, cor. 3rd and J ats.. 7-rm. mod.
ZZo, 5-rm. furnished. 32S So. 9th East.
A. Richter. 19 Wc3t 1st South. Tel. C4i.
BARN AND HOUSE NEAR R. G".
depot; stable room for 12 horses; wagon
shed and large storeroom; houso of live
rooms, bath and toilet; lot 10x10. Inq.
Salt Lake Ico Co. r2!53
3- ROOM HOUSE. 10. 723 SOUTH 1ST
AA'est. 4-room nc-w brick, water in house,
$12.50. 1012 So. W. Temple. r237C
NEW 9-ROOM RESIDENCE. STRICT
ly modern. 2(y East 4th South. r23Si
S-ROOM BRICK. CLOSE IN. C. E.
Taylor, 222 South West Temple st r2330
A 5-ROOM HOUSE IN REAR OF 213
E. 1st South. Inquire IS E. 4lh South.
3 OR 4 ROOMS. BATH, HOT AND
cold water, elec. light, toilcL 377 E. 5th So.
FrVE-ROOM BRICK HOUSE AND
largo barn and lot. $15 at 7C5 North 2nd
G-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE. STH SO.
bet. Stato and 2nd East. Bothwcll Mc
Connughy. G(.3 Auerbach bldg. r2lt-8
4- ROOM HOUSE. 5TH SO. BET. 2ND
and 3rd AAest. Hotchkiss court. r2410
MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT, Fur
niture for Bale. 401 E. Gth South. r2H2
TAVO LARGE FRONT NICE IIOUSE
keeplng rooms, 5S.00. 632 South Second
2 ROOMS AND SUMMER KITCHEN.
Rear 224 AAreat North Temple. r2395
9-ROOM MOD. FURNACE. ETC.
barn, Gen. Penrose hou9a, 109S 3rd sL, 535.
Llltlo & Little. No. 4 W. 2nd So. r2217
MODERN 4-ROOM COTTAGE; N5
children. Apply 120 AV. 4th So. r2234
FOUR-ROOM BRICK COTTAGE, ST.
Louis ave., No. 624. between 4th and 5th
North sts. nnd Gth and Gth West sts.
Key at No. 632. r2110
4 ROOMS, PRICE $10. 2$0 SOUTH
10th West Bt. r2114
SMALL HOUSE 2 ROOMS, PANTRY,
closet. 3C3 Gth East. No children.
E-ROOM MODERN BRICK. HOT-WA-ter
heat, nicely furnished; east side. Jaa.
K. Shaw, under Walker's bank. rl845
HOUSE, 5 ROOMS. BATH, 5TH SOUTH,
t- block from Main. Inquire 231 D. F.
AValker block. rl651
STORE AND FOUR ROOMS. 353 EAST
4th So.. $15.00 per month. Inquire J. Glan
fleld. 34 So. 1st West.
A COMPARATIVELY NEW EIGHT
room modern brick house, furnished, fur
nace. Call at 75 Second at Ownor leav
SEVERAL DESIRABLE HOUSES. .7.
Donnan Rcavlg. 78 "W. 2nd Bo. 'Phone 171
20 HOUSES. ALL KINDS. PRICES
and locations. Tuttle- Bros.. 149 Main sL
7-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, WITH
furnace. 377 E. Gth So. r455
7-ROOM COTTAGE. ENTIRELY MOD
ern, at C34 So. Main. r247
FOUR ROOMS: FURNITURE FOR
pale; snap; parities leaving city. S40
G-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE. BATH,
well located. Inquire Miller & VIele Mc
Cornlck block, lei. 973-IC plSOG
LARGE STOREROOM ON MAIN ST.,
bet. 2nd nnd 3rd So. Houston Roal Es
tate Inv. Co., 251 Matow plGSS
3 UNFURNISHED 'SUITES IN JEN
nlngs block for bachelor aportmenta. In
quire 15 W. 2nd South, room 2S. pllOO
7 AND S-ROOM MODERN HOUSE;
.team aud hot water heat: close In, James
K. Shaw, under "Walker Bros bank. nlo$9
TAArO NEW THOROUGHLY MODERN
S-room residences. No. 416 East 2nd South.
Inquire at premises from 3:30 to 4:M p. m.
7-ROOM HOUSE IN PARK TER
racc. Inquire U. U. Hlskcy, 201 McCor
AVE AVANT SOME HOUSES TO RENT.
Hill Invest. Co., 155 So. Yv Temple, U0
FOR RENT FURNISHED.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR IIOUSE
kecplng; reasonable. 339 AVcat 1st So.
MODERN 6-ROOM HOUSE. $25. IN
quiro 423 D. F. AA'allcer bldg., or 37 H st.
ROOMS, WITH OR ' AATTTIOUT
board; use of piano, 212 West 1st So.
1 FURNISHED ROOM. 412 CONSTI
tutlon block. r2!92
IURNISHIOD ROOM, CLOSE IN, 1ST
floor. 70 E. North Temple r3tS7
3 NICE ROOMS, FURN., BRICK;
eleo light and bath. 523 E. 4th So. r24S4
2 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. PAN
try, closet and light, $13. 2X2 So. 4th AV.
NEATLY FURNISHED FRONT
room, at 331 E. 2nd South. rt'SOC
' TWO NICELY FURN. ROOMS FOR
housekeeping. CO AV. 5th So. r2503
2 OR 3 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping; water in house. 328 W.
1st South. r2i7.il
FURNISHED ROOMS. PRIVATE
family; rent reasonable. 231 E. 2nd So.
2 HOUSEKEEPING RMS.; MODERN;
also other rooms and board. 167 W. 1st So.
SUNNY FRONT ROOM. NICELY
furnished: breakfast If dcolred. 164 W.
3rd South. r2493
S-ROOM MODERN BRICK. FUR
nace. Call 75 2nd st Ownor leaving city.
NICELY FURN. ROOMS, PRIVATE
family; raodom; reasonable. 15G So. nth
IN PRrVATE HOME. CLOSE IN,
ono or two thoroughly modern rooms.
Address G 44, Tribune. r2l27
11-RM. MOD. BR.. BLEGANTLY
furnlshcd. close In. $1G0. Houston Real
Estate Inv. Co., 2CI1 Main. r2434
S-ROQM FURNISHED HOUSE AT 79
O sL Apply Mrt?. E. C. Center, 506 E.
Brigham st. 'Phone 45. r2Ul
2 OR 3 ROOMS FURNISKEH FOR
light housekeeping; closo In. 116 East 5th
3-ROOM FLAT FOR HOUSEKEEP
ing; electric light, bath. 517 So. Gth East.
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping. 15G So. 4th West. r2379
NICE LARGE ROOM. PRIA'ATE FAM
y outside entrance, prlvilego bath. Call
loo S. AA'cst Temple- r23fi3
2 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping. No. 7 Vine ave. r23S6
3 NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping. 22$ E. Gth So. r23S7
MODERN COTTAGE OF G ROOMS,
nicely furnished. Apply 721 So. Main.
between 3 and 6 p. in. n2C04
3-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE. $10 A
month. Rear 836 S. Gth East r2305
LARGE FRONT ROOM. FUR. HEAT;
Just cleaned. 310 B. 1st So. Tel. 1209-Y.
ROOMS 24G WEST 1ST SO.
Rooms, 242 West So. Temple. r23C0
3 ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING. 5(6
So. -ith East. r22$s
G-ROOM COTTAGE. BETAVEEN 9TH
and 10th East, 2nd South. TeL 13G3-K.
TWO HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
ground floor, front entrance, water In
rooms, cheap. Gl AA'. So. Temple. r2310
en sulto or single. 247 E. Brigham; tour
ists entertained. r225
TAVO NICELY FURN. ROOMS FOR
light housekeeping, 13S E. 2nd So. r230
ONE OR TWO GOOD ROOMS FOR
housekeeping. 231 W. 2nd So. r32
"CURROMa PANTRY. BATH.
mod, t Whltaker Ct 3rd So., W. Temple.
DESIRABLE 8-ROOM FURNISHED
house. Apply 111 Dooly blk. r177
ONE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM
with or without housekeeping. 129 &.
1st South. rHS
FURNISHED 3-ROOM HOUSE. OR
would sell furniture. 2C5 W. 3rd South.
2 OR 3 ROOMS EN SUITE. NICELY
rum. for housekeeping, lei e. 2nd So
-.tJ0 SStl EAST. S-ROOM MODERN.
AA'clr. 206 So. AVest Temple. r2097
A NICELY FURN. G-ROOM HOUSE
all modern improvements. 455 So. 2nd Eas
NICELY FURN. MODERN ROOMS
steam heat, close in. 325 So. 2nd East
7-ROOM HOUSE OR FURNITURE
for aalo. 212 W. 1st So. r20l9
FURN. ROOMS. WITH OR AVITHOUT
housekeeping. 1S2 5th East; private fam-"y-
FRONT SUITE. MODERN HOUSE.
board closo by. 410 S. Gth East ViatS
CHEAP. FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH
or without housekeeping. 242 w. 1st So,
4 NICELY FUR. ROOMS. BATH t
housekeeping; no children. B5 ' a w'
Templo st 3sJ
SEVEN-ROOM. MODERN FURN
house, closo In. desirable locality. Apply
to Co-op Second-Hand Store. lG n
statc st- non
OFFICE AND FURNISHED ROOMS
modern. 13 South Main Bt. JUa
THREE ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSE
kcoplng. no children. 11 Kendall terrace.
FURNISHED ROOMS; HOUSEKEEP
Ing if doslred. 408 S. Stato rt. r23
2 ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING
hot cold water, bath, K3 3rd East. p19jj
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping: also rooms with or wlth
out hoard, ttl East First So. jyjs
ROOMS. AA'ITHOR AVtTHOUT BOARD
Modern: Xurnoco heat 225 w. Bth So.
FURN. ROOMS, WITH OR AVITH
out housekeeping. 25 So. W. Temple.
MEREDITH. 154 SO. AV. TEMPLE.
WHERE TO arop.
THE CLAYTON: ROOMS $2.50 TO $3 0)
weeK. 216 So. uiie st. rli-io'
ROOMS AND BOARD. $1 DAY UP
weekly rates. 270 West So. Tomplc. rl015
HOTEL TELLURIDE, ROOMS 50c UP
rates by week. 22 E. 3rd So. 200
JOHN J. WAJ.LwVCE & CO.. D. F
Walker bldg Salt Lake, Collect debts,"
any part of U. S. and Canada. Business
receives prompt attention. References
Walker Bros. bank. .Write for terms.
STOREROOM. GROUND FLOOR,
sultnblo for millinery. G 4G. Tribune. r241G
A SMALL MODERN HOUSE, ON OR
before Feb. 10th; reference. Address G
3, Tribune. r2423
DAY BOARDERS. $4.50 PER WEEK.
SOS E. 2nd South. 445
SEAT ON SALT LAKE STOCK Ex
change. Geo. Ilntton, 43 E. 2nd So. r.4o7
3X10 RODS OF LAND ON CTH, 7TH OR
Sth East between Gth and 9th So. Address
O 17, Tribune. 1-473
.AN ELDERLY GENTLEMAN OR MAN
and wife to room and board In privato
family. Address O EO, Tribune. r250('
WHY BE BROKE AA'HEN AVE WILL
loan you money on diamonds, watches,
jewelry, guns, tools, musical Instruments,
trunks, etc. 'Phono 2176-Y. Largo loans
at small interest. 20 E. lnt So. Uncle
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR 2ND
hand gents' clothing, trunks, valines, guns,
tools. Instruments, etc, Call or address G.
Klein. 2S E. 1st So. Second-hand goods
bought, sold and exchanged. r2l91
A GOOD. ACTIVE BUSINESS JMAN
with from $2000 to $4000 to put Into a .man
ufacturing buslnops now in full oporation.
Can havo general management If capable,
Addrcsn Y 4"s Trlbuuo. r2378
MIDDLE-AGED JEWISH GENTLE
man would like room with use of bath
room, also breakfast, in a private Jowlsh
family; state terms. Address G-IL Tri
BY A MAN WITH NERA'E. ABILITY
to runtlc and some money, an Interest
in a small business that can bo built up.
Address Y 47, Tribune,
4 OR 5-ROOM MODERN HOUSE FOR
married couplo, or 3 rooms with bath for
housekeeping. Address. P. O. box 321. pUB3
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
men's cast-off clothing, hats and shoc3.
Send postal. Co Commercial aL olGGG
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
stoves. Soo Matscn, 249 Stale. 'Phone
FURNITURE OR ANYTHING SEC-ond-hnnd;
nothing too largo or flno. I. X.
L, 2nd-hand atore. Tel. 490-2. 23S S. State.
MALE STENOGRAPHER, $75 MO.
Strock, -oo AV. 2nd So. st r2US
FIRST-CLASS GfRL. 49 N. WEST
Templo st. r2)20
A GOOD GIRL THAT CAN DO PLAIN
cooking. Apply morning3 at 1007 1st st.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework, small family; good wage".
GG1 E. 1st South st. r2450
GIRL TO HELP IN KITCHEN. 255
West Gth South. j455
GIRL FOR GENER-VL HOUSEWORK,
at once. 141 S. 1st AArcst r2439
A GOOD GIRL TO ASSIST IN
housework; permanent position. 122 T st.
- ?uIA J900D SALARY TO HANDLE
Liberty Gas Lamps; sells for $1.50; makes
and burns its own gas; tells the time; freo
lamp with fixtures; credit extended on
stock. Addressed envelope Liberty Gas
Lamp Co., 200 Broadway, New York. r2359
ADAERTISING WORLD. COLUMBUS,
Ohio, a monthly journal of Information,
plans, suggestions and Ideas for advertis
ing. , Send today for free sample, or 10c
for four months' trial. rlSG7
LADIES. $S TO $15 PAID WEEKLY,
doing plain sewing at home; experience
unnecessary; material sent free every
where. Send stamped addressed envelope
for particulars. AVober Manufacturing
Co , 11 2o Broadway, New York. r23C2
AA'ANTED MEN EVERYAVI-IERE-good
pay; to distribute circulars, adv
matter, tack signs, etc No canvacalng!
National Adv. Bureau, Chicago. r23G3
SIX SPECIALTY SALESMEN OF
ability, good address and energy. Gro
cery and general trade. Modern methods.
No fakec. It. AVilson, Sales Mgr., Wash
ington, D. C. r230j
WANTED ErERY WHERE MEN
willing to distribute sanples, tack signs,
etc., at $3 00 daily. Permanent No can
vassing. Continental Distributing Service
CAPABLE SALESMEN TO COA'ER
Utah with staple line. High commissions
with advance of $100.00 monthly. Perma
nent position to right man. Jess II. Smith
Co., Detroit, Mich. r2CG7
AA'ANTED EArERYAArHERE. CIRCU
lar and sample distributors; no canvass
ing: good pay. AA'estern Adertislng as
sociation, Omaha, Nebr. r'17"
. $10.00 AVEEKLY EARNED BY LADIES
working for us at home, materials free
uenrt addressed envelopo for beautiful
medallion, Instructions nnd designs. Pal
ma E. Co., 12G Liberty st, N. Y. r2371
! SPECIALTY SALESMEN. TWO EX
coptlonally good positions open for 1901
1 with established Cleveland house. Sales
manship, energy and business ability -will
make position permanent. General mer
cantile trade. High commission contract
with $25 weokly advance while traveling
: W E. Hodgman Co., 00-96 Prospect st '
' Cleveland, 0. -237Q
DETECTIVE CAN YOU SPARE
part of your tlmo for profitable dctectivo
work? No experience needed. AA'rlto
Amorican Detectlvo association, Indian
apolis. Ind. pojjg
SALESMEN, TO CARRY QUICK
spiling pocket side line, liberal commis
sion, sample freo. Address Side Line. 336
Dearborn st, Dept. 592. Chicago. r2347
AAT-2 WILL PAY ANY $S5 PER
month and all traveling expenses such as
horso hire. r. r. fare, hotel bills, etc.. to
take orders for the greatest portrait houso
In tho world. our salary will bo guar
anteed and paid to you weeklv If pre
ferred. Address R. D. Curry, Dopt 290,
Chicago, 111. -23js
LADIES TO DO COPYING AT HOME,
good wages. Material furnished. No
canvassing. Stamped envelope for par
tlculars. Gem Novelty Co.. Chicago. r2319
AA'ANTED - THREE TRAVELING
men at onco Good line. Experience un
necessary No canvassing. References
required. Salary $0 per month, expenses
and commission Supt Arthur. 33o Wa
bash ave., Chicago. 3.5,5
to tack signa. dlstributo circulars,
samples, etc.; no canvassing; good pay
Sun Advertising Bureau. Chicago. t2m
TRAVELING SALESMAN FOR UTAH.
t?cli."lc?,1 toowlcdse. but active, all
round hustler. Established, well rated
I'WFi 1U Jcni-n. s-les mgr., De
troit Mich. ' -235S
A G.,OD -ADVERTISING SOLICITOR
can pick up some easy money and secure
" Permanent poslllon, if demonstrates
ability This will not appear again Pr"
duco Reporter Company. Minneapolis.
PIRST-CT-ASS CABINET MAKERS.
Apply Utah Storo Fixture Co. 134 W. 2nd
So. t3 1. "r39,1
TRAVELING SALESMAN. AVE WANT
a flrat-class specialty man for Utah ter-
r..ryAJ:00(1 pay an" Permanent Drawer
o, unicago. r39
CIGAR SALESMAN AVANTED -Cigar
salesman In your locality for cltv and
nraM 'i and CKr-cnscs: lncloso stamp
IIU &To: 'Cigar Co.,
Hotel, restaurant ind v,nNT Ar.t?Ki
rieadquartera fn.?usA Wm0f
1 waitress, Tdh l!LW- 1W$
Houseglrls and If ML
Woman cool coun kMW
sonta. W. IL Clayton,1 137 vfSf
THE GREAT CHlcIT 3!v. y
Theater Disaster: moot iSSSn lROQColf P
of the age; largeat and Mii?vln? tMI,
ng full and authentic r ftSEi
Coroner's verdict arr?03",11' SKtvsS
other officials. SnUn?! hi0C 3C
only $1.50; CZ 2-3 pff'!1'. WUMt-Sm
extra premiums ; Codlt Dr,flt IfWl d
paid; outnt frco: 8VBlVw: lS?
Protestant Bible frouS? for toSXlP
SALESMEN WITH FvtT! 'n
qualntance among "ufHRA GOor7uW
-ress Box 17, StStlo
SALESMEN WANTPn ff!
men to exhibit and il-i rLlABiA
beautiful calendars anaS$3?, ,
Htles Enormous .iJmind Crt4?'nK rMf
sold da y. A'cry llbuA i5 , ThoutBT Eif
Write today. ConiCntafmr lwteE
507 Vino st.. ClMlnnatgHS "cSpf
COMPETENT GIRL TrvT SfS
and general housework. j ufW
1 AN Al COOK FOR MlNlTpTTTW
i5SS S,.b fPffiaJ!
East Second South st l;lyfJr'
LAD ABOUT 18. AS PORTpT75P
Apply at AVhlto House Hotel. f&
. VI,13Kn TO T--EARN THE Ba-BS5
trade; 8 weelca completes; plttn-,118 'SW
antced; tuition earned I h ai V b
licensed Instructor ngrowln5lld6l E
pur graduates. Call or wrl 0 for ?
lars. Molcr's Barber college iBp
Salt Lake City. se c R ia
. JK3 pea
LBAKBER AVORK FPr.
at Molcr's Barber college, 62 E jfl
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL JiOm ' !ffV
work. 127 12th Eaat. ""auLffi i
-. 151 r.stt
WANTED --SITUATION. T.
TO "WORK WITH PIRST-CUu Is
drcssmakor or ladles' tailor. G Vr -
unc- Jr T
EXPERIENCED LADY AAlSHn '
management ot hotel. G 40, Tribt.rtg lff
BY FIRST-CLASS AVAITP.ES3S? I
chambermaids, in hotel or cafe nsw J
2nd So., Room 5. ;
BY EXPERIENCED YOUNG LVDW
In book store or hairdrcsslns wrla-"
Rof. Addj-ess G 4S, Tribune. Mj
AS HOUSEKEEPER, AVIDOW. Trfllli,
ch.lld; good cook; somo mlcl abiirMLT
Address G 34, Tribune. riuM
BY JAPANESE GOOD COOK. JIECWW
dress P. O. Box SS3, city. jlK
2 FIRST-CLASS PAINTERS AH) PlfcnC
per-hangore; vork by day or cootnHl""
call or write. 1745 So. 7th East rs'l.S
STEADY" JOB BY MAN THAT CAXroMW f
rough carpenter work; hftvo tools, yoryW.l.
llko position with somo rcal-estale a;t
that havo properties to keep In rejalrirji
some mining concern. Addre G bMS Off
Tribune. rJM y
BOY 17 YEARS OLD TO AVORK FORf!
board and room and so to school 'fcj
SITUATION AS ASSISTANT BOOK-'.l"-keener
for small concern; three yearV ojL
perlcnce. beat of rcferencea. AJdrtaaw-
East 1st South. !,
MIDDLE-AGED MAN AVANTS AAj
r position as elevator man or ElgbmuyjlL
, man In a store. Address P. 0. Box HUn
' WANTED--AQENT9. j
SHARES 3 CENTS; GOLD MTS13.
and mill; big profits; mineral. proEwcttl, I.
pictures sent free. Sunset Gold ow;
pany. f6 Mack. Denver. Colo.
AGENTS ON SALARY OR COMj
miEslan; tho greatest agents' seller ,
! produced; every user of pen ar.d inkwj' "r
It on sight: 2C0 to SCO per cent profit, e f
l agont's sales amounted to $52) In 3lx eyii y
another $32 In two hours. Monroa gT '
Co.. X 62. La Crosae, AVIs, -Kfl
INDEPENDENCE FOR LIFE; TBUuC
hours' dally labor; $15 to $50
without investment; not pyiiS-m
clean, honc3t. pormancnt; particulars l..' "
Barrett, Atlantic bldg., AVashlngton, DJU JjRju
AGENTS AA'ANTED; EITHER Klj
terms llbcraL 311 Progress bldg. r.
53000 YEARLY POSITrAELY ..3J .
introducing and appointing fuS?14 '
for our Just patented flro otlmnj2L
S. AVUls. Clntl, mado $530 In od J!!Tm
experience unnecessary; wo give (
exclusive territory, co-operate wltn s rjL
in every way. extend credit aiid ofiff fj
grand opportunity to secure a tonv ,
Eagle Tool Co.. B 40t ClnclnaaU, 0. rej
AGENTS: WE GUARANTEE M
day introducing our genuine 3.UP; .
bestos" wicks for lamps and o0 smtbi .l a.
light equal to electricity. 'a8tA" ! Wl
Fireproof Safety ATIck AVorks, Cblaj
men to exhibit and Uiko orders to. t k, Ui
beautiful walendara and ndverUJias v.
ellles. Enormous demand. .
sold dally. Very liberal corarolMlorr OL
Write today. Continental Calcnd wj JJ
tX)7 Vino at. CInclnnaU. O.
CIVIL SSRA'ICE ESfijttNikttir
will soon bo held for railway moll ?rJRH.
stenographers, and many others.
pcintmenta last year. 9n "V-rnt c?lN
Kchool education required. Effiormi&m At
portunltics for young men. lVjc-m lh
and Government questions frc w
blan Correspondence Collcsc Jfn
AGENTS AVANTED FOff T"E4 JJiKO''
derwriters Fire Extlnguldhers f1
51.000.0CO.00 worth .old In eWI y dWq
mand increasing- A,fln0nSi kW'Rc'S
monoy. AA'rlto for information. Kfl.gs v
Thomas. Inc . Bo3ton. Mass.
BEGIN BUSINESS FOR JS&frML
stop working for others. Woi st art 'pJipi
nrofltablo mall-order bus Iness ' l tjf ...
omc. Pleasant work; raffeortSsfZL"
unlimited possib 1 ties. Fti CoS DnTl'
for stamp. Franklln-HovNard
STOP RUNAWAYS: f? jSf i
solid Instantly; carry In ViVcSsCTt' V
or; agenls wanted. Pocket nugm
Co., Richmond, Ind. E,?7!J
CIGAR SALESMAN Sm1
perlcnce unnecessary, gcoci Par,.
Co., Station "J." New oncJj
AGENTS. MEN OR WOMgf 3lieflp S tfjj
our Sanitary Aluminum """.v nt ft
particulars free; sample Rrepa"J101re
cousin Manufacturing Co-, Ji
MINUET SKIRT HOLDER SIt?B6
offers unusual inducements. xntwm
day. Terras and sample mo. r.M
& Baldwin, Garden City bio:k. xfB, p.
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