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JIlSnts and tombstones.
IIZCTrK REMOVED TO 422 8.
IP fifflgi uTwIcct from. ra
' VpOZ&SS AND SEEDSMEN.
iBTTvjn SONS. C3 E. 2ND SO.
. -Mffffi. 'yf ct0- U2S26
llrrr)ESlGN9 A SPECIALTY,
& EvttnB, &3 Main at. TcL 061.
I J10NEY TO LOAN.
4" TvnEON "MORTGAGE.
) i; East Second South M05
1 TZZoD U9 MAIN ST.. ROOM 310.
f.f. i5o6 on furniture, horses, vohl-
I l etg?- Private: cay Pa-mcnu4S
II TTZn FARM PROPERTY: LOW--I
J L. Perkes, 166 S. TV. Temple.
'II (trla- x21
i iSTTpTlONEV! CHEAP MON1SX1
I SLt nn furniture, pianos, valu--bJ
ny cood security, feee us If you
Tj! ormVC- lowest ras In city; caoy
-T pcVith.O'Bren bldg. 12523
TTtHE DAY YOU WANT IT;
fane- no delays; partial payments
s: ti ,n time, any amount without
flrJ The Home Trust & Saving Co.. G
, I: TrriATTELS. ANY AMOUNT. O.
rl uvr. end south. U1220
I KTmoRTGAGE; NO COMMISSION.
Sic tpff ffft - l North; ,phono "Si
A I: -vr BORROW TROUBLE; BOR
('B Jri-onev Salaried men or women ac
V, jScd on t!::: note, without mort
ni. t ;Sf7 imioraer. easy payments; conn
jSfil Chc"y. '407 D. F. Walker oldg.
I ' "TxVY PROPERTY; YOU RETAIN
on The Stringer Co.. 70 W. 2nd S.
v "nvTfTAH AND IDAHO FARMS. EL
, ' 5r Darling & Co.. 6 W. 2nd So.
.t.wai -IX' IT! TO T?TVP! YPAR9-
lrA sn or city property. James K. Shaw
"yjjl gjVr Walker Bros bank. p)
Wil Ivf DTAH AND IDAHO FARMS. MIL-
M tf't Tlele, McCornlck bldg.
m 7v FURNITURE. PIANOS OR GOOD
F - ity. without removal: private, E. F.
j-tnbercer. 15 W. 2nd So, room 23.
I j LEND MONEY TO BUILD
i-t'ts. It U not necessary' to have tho
Jew built first. Wo will advanco the
kJR Vy as the houso progresses. Lowest
W aia. Part payment any time, and inter
ims ifrtdueed accordingly. McGurrln & Co.,
m jujd 34 Main streoot mlSSC
S OS FURNITURE, PIANOS OR ANY
" m pod security, any quantity, prlvatoly;
fwtst terms. 210 Atlns blk. X1732
"OX CHATTELS OR FURNITURE;
, tcrni8; rlvate. Equitable Loan &
bT. Co.. 3tt W 2nd So. x2SS4
"h. L. TRACY, U E. 1ST SO.. LENDS
VS nly bis own monoy; no commission, ex
i 3 ;n-je or delay: 18 years' business In Salt
tm Like, with only 1 foreclosure. Is evidence
tilt I treat my natrons liberally. y20C
WOODWORKING AND TURNING.
"M COLUMNS. BALUSTERS. BRACK
tiJ, Kreens; Foster. 33 S. 2d W. Tel. 1304-k.
; TIRE VULCANIZING.
i ' CARRIAGE AND BICYCLE TIRES
J4 mkanlzcd at Oabomc's, 71 EL 4th So. xTll
! PIANO POLISHING, PINISHING.
, : ff EXPERT WORK BY H. M'KTM. CARE
1 : Cirtcosen & Anson, 74 S. Main. Tel. 1720-Z.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
REDMAN VAN AND STORAGE CO..
coving, packing and shlpplnj; 'Phono B5.
. 0tfi:(? IK nnd 12S S. W. Temple. hlC45
KDJBALL'S TRAKSFER VANS. MOV
fcf, storage nnd com'c'l hauling. 19 W.
lrt So. Z1S3-X. u903
r MITCHELL VAN & STORAGE CO., 53
; W. Ind So. Packing, shipping. Tel. 2063-Z.
, 5 ,f 55
I j SPIRITUALIST- '
' CONSULT THE BEST. ARNOLD-
Dlcksen Bros. 200 East Third South St.;
h auvortlsemcnt under c!alrvoyanta.y313
1 MRS. P. FONTYN. CLURVOYANT
ua trance medium. 2C7 So. West Temple.
v ABSTRACTERS OF TITLES.
i L1.B SECURITY ABSTRACT CO.
r t. L5.l:o nnd Tooolo county abstracts.
J A"ft3 blk., S3 W. 2nd So. Tel. 250. u!027
j TENTS AND AW1JINGS.
I 1 lSirlE?C? AWNINGS A SPECIAL
t ' i?Lfn,th & Adams, K Com. st., 'phone
3 JLTJilBING AND HEATING.
tf.102131108' PLUMBING AND
, tutlDg. D3 W. 1st So. at.; tel. 2021-k.
THf?i CLOTHING HOUSE, 25 W. SO.
"t?Jr 80,1 men's and youth'o suits, cash
, IlV payments. W25G4
ii ! CASH REGISTERS.
'ONAL CASH REGISTERS. OS
STosnell, cales nKent. No. 221 Mnln at.
uJS. c.asn rcRlsler repairing- Second
' Hiig'stcrB always In stock. n!5S0
Sit eMpW 2ND-HAND. CASH, TRADE
j j !f.tCfms. Sorrenaon-Stoutt Co.. 43 E. 2d So.
, CLEANING A2TD DYEING.
trd K0.T?RYT CLEANING Co., C E.
ra bo. Tels.-Bell HC5-x; Independent 1751.
i lffiRBT DYE WORKS. 125 SO.
2Tc-mplc. 'Pbono 2100-1 xUO
'j f hdERIPi,i:TOI,; CLEANING CO. 1(8 E.
JlSa-X clc'anlntr- dydns, repalrlnj;. Tel.
P ffi.R,1CAL SUPPLIES AND CON
T Utri ?n; ,arKc slock of lttt"flt ohande
I Zl"- lDter-Mt. Elec Co.. 45 E. 1st So.
'I Jm'vT SCAVENGER CO., OFFICE 1465
E"t. 'Phono 1732-X. yHO
1 WANT INFORMATION FROM
mining enmps, Nevada, Utah and south
ern California, with viow of making In
vestments. Address M 65, Tribune. y441
THREE OR" FOUR MODERN FUR
nlshcd rooms for housekeeping; close In.
Address Y 32, Tribune. y4C3
TO RENT, STABLE ROOM FOR ONE
horse and buggy near corner 1st and 1
sts. Inqulro 301 D. F. Walker bldg. y4D3
THREE OR FOUR MODERN. FUR
nlshod rooms for housekeeping, closo In.
Address Y 32, Tribune.
TO RENT STABLE ROOM FOR ONE
horso nnd buggy near corner First and I
Bts. Inqulro 3Jl D. F. Walker bldg.
"BIDS TO DO GOO YARDS PLASTER
Ing. Sc6 Rivers, U0 Main st. y410
BY TWO YOUNG PEOPrE. FIRST
olasa room and bonrd In prlvato family,
must Ikj closo In. Address M 6S, Trlb-
une office. y334
TO RENT VACANT LOT SOUTH OR
east for camping; must have shade, water
and near care. Address P. O. box tflo. y314
MAN AND WIFE. NO CHILDREN,
want 3 or 4 furnished rooms for house
keeping; East Side, abovo Fourth South,
preferred. Address M 48, Tribune. y303
2 LARGE ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEP
ERS, furnished or partly furnished (say.
atovo nnd carpet), with privilege of bath;
lawn and shade; state price. Address M
RESPONSIBLE PARTY WOULD
like child to care for; SCC E, 7th So. y!49
TO CONTRACT TO HAVE 100 CORDS
of quaken ash poles cut, hauled and de
livered to Utah Bed & Mrg. Co. If In
terested call Immediately with proposition.
SECOND-HAJS'D FURNITURE AND
stoves. Matsen, 251 State. 'Phono 2123-K.
ONE OR TWO GOOD BUGGIES IN
exchange on piano Carstenscn & Anson
Co., 74 Main St., box 1377. x923
TEN TEA-MS TO HAUL STONE, $6.00
per cord. Brown Stone Co.. Jl E. 1st So.
ALL KINDS OF FEATHERS; MAIL
samples for price, stating quantltv. Utah
4 OR 6-ROOM COTTAGE FOR SUM
mer, reasonable. Address M 26. Tribune.
DON'T BE A PIKER. ALWAYS
have money in your pocket. Pawn your
diamonds, watches, rings, guns. Instru
ments, tools, clothing, etc., at Undo
Sam's, 20 E. 1st So. Special low rates of
Interest. Largo loans New York rates.
'Phono 2176-Y. X2181
SPECIAL NOTICE TO ALL HIDE
and lunk dealers and Individuals
In city and country Tho Great
Western Iron nnd Metal Co.
(Inc. capital J25.000.00) hereby an
nounce the opening of tho largest hide,
metal and Junk yardB this 6ldo of Chicago,
where they will be glad to quote you tho
highest prices for hides, pelts, wool, bces
wnx, furs, also scrap Iron, metals, bottles,
rags, rubbers, etc. It will bo to your In
terest to 'phono or write for prico Ust3.
we defy competition as to prices and fair
dealings. Wo guarantee correct weight to
everyone. 230 to 240 South First West bL
Phono aJ39-Z. x2340
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
Inq. 018 E. Brlgham. y434
GIRL FOR GENERAL; HOUSEWORK.
971 E. Cth South. yl52
GOOD COOK DR. JONES, MURRAY.
CLOTHING SALESMEN WANTED.
Inqulro today at Barton & Co., 45-47 Main.
WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. 132 T st. y44D
A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. 1040 East 2nd South. y3S7
WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GEN
cral housework. 132 T St. y40S
NURSES' COLLEGE. DENVER,
Colo., opens Juno 20th; alx weeks' course;
has no cquaL
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Hotel, restaurant and household help.
Headquarters for laborers.
G5 W. 2nd So. j Tol 46-1-2 rings. o742
SPECIAL OFFER IN TEACHING
tho barber trade. Wrllo for particulars.
Moler Barber College, 62 East 1st South.
Salt Lake City, Utah. x2330
FIRST-CLASS GIRL WANTED; GOOD
wages, easv work, no cashing. Inqulro
Si3 E. So. Temple, cor. 9th East. x234S
FIRST-CLASS JANITOR AND "WIFE
would like a few offices or office buildings
to look' after. Add. W. 3,, general de
livery, city. y44C
BRIGHT YOUNG CHINAMAN WOULD
hko position as cook; mining ramp pre
ferred. Apply Geo Lee. 1C Commercial st.
A RELIABLE YOUNG MAN OF GOOD
education wants employment; can keep
books; clerk, dry goods or grocory, will
do work of any kind. Address M 52.
Trlbuno office. y390
BY A RELIABLE CHILD'S NURSE.
Miss Phillips. Call 26S E. Third So. y39i
YOUNG JAPANESE WANTS PLACE;
any kind work. K. M., C2 E. 2nd So y2S5
BY YOUNG LADY. POSITION AS
traveling companion or otherwise. Ad
dress M 49, Tribune. y337.
BY 2 JAPANESE, AS COOKS, DISH
washers or porters. P. O. box SS9. y242
SALESMEN WANTED AGENTS,
dealers and storekeepers, start In business
Xor yourself on our capltnl. We make
men's fine clothing to measure and you
can sell our perfect fitting, hlghost class
tailoring at good profit for n3 little money
as othcra retail ready-made goods. You
can control entire local trado with our
line. Fall line 350 up-to-date styles of
woolens, fashion displays, etc., now ready
and furnished free. A great opportunity.
Write today for full D.irtlculars and ex
clusive territory. Experlcnco not abso
lutely necessary. American Woolen Mills
Co.. Dent, A, Washington Boulevard and
Union Street, Chicago. x!95S
PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING.
WE WILL FURNISH IT ALL THE
Inbjr and material for tho decorating of
your home. Paint, painters and wall
paper. "Always tho beat," W. A. Duvall,
ti W. 2nd So 'Phono 1145-k, t33
SUITS TO ORDER, $15 UP. FIT GUAR
nntced. Sorensen & Larson, 145 W. 2nd
ARNOLD -DICKSON BROS. HAVE
moved to 259 East Third South; open 10 to
8 dally; everything told, namo given, or
no pay; come today.
IN OUR NEW HOME. M9 EAST 3RD
South fit,, exceptionally convincing ma
terializing seancn Thursday night; every
ono welcome, qulot and cooL
6-ROOM .MODERN BRICK; LAWN
and ehadn; $20. S26 j 0t. yus
2 ROOMS; BATH. ELEC, LIGHT. HOT
and cold wator. 351 8th East. ylCl
A MODERN COTTAGE FOR SMALL
lamlly. Apply 245 No. 2nd West y392
EITHER 13 OR 6 ROOM DOUBLE
brick, to party buying part or all furni
ture; rent 517.50; no Idlers need apply.
-2 So. Fourth West. ySS4
4-ROOM HOUSE IN BROWN'S COURT.
between Cth and 7th West. y3Si
4-ROOM MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT
and nicely furnished, clone In; rent rea
sonable. Inqulro at Co-Op. Second-hand
fatore, 224-G So. Stato bL y403
BUSINESS ROOM. 25X140. WITH
freight elevator; second floor, Zi Main st.
Soo Rivers. 140 Main at. y409
, FOUR-ROOM BRICK AND SUMMER
kltchon, $10. Apply 767 S. W. Templo. y332
BEAUTIFUL7-ROOM MODERN FLAT,
ready 9th. 25!) East Third So. y3-L2
C-ROOM MODERN BRICK; 227 E. CTH
6-ROOM MODERN BRICK; 327 E. 6TH
G-ROOM BRICK NEAR R. G. W. DE
pot and S-room modern, close In, East
aide. Jan. K. Shaw, under Walkcr'a bank.
LARGE BASEMENT, D7 MAIN ST.
PIANOS FOR RENT? RIVERS BROS,,.
140 Main st. xllC2
A MODERN BRICK COTTAGE. G
rooms, desirable locality. Inq. Deoorot
Savings bik. xl293 1
4-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN. CLOSE
In. Inq. 325 E 4th So. Call boforo 10 or
after 5 p. m, xl455
CHEAP, 2 5-ROOM FLATS. ALL MOD"
ern Improvements; line location; 5th So.
and State 'Phone 17S7-K. xl5S2
NICE 4-ROOM COTTAGE; GOOD
Bhade. 103 Rio Grando ave.; $10 per mo.
8-ROOM THOROUGHLY MODERN.
No. 420 East 2nd So. Inqulro at house
from 3 to 5 p. m. ulO
8-ROOM THOROUGHLY MODERN.
Tnmilrn ot hnn FPh fin Kfntn TC2.il"
6-ROOM HOUSE, HOT AND COLD
water, bath and closet- no children. Ap
ply D33 W. lRt So. $17. W2371
1 LARGE BRICK BLDG., SUITABLE
for factory or warehouse, on 8th So., bet.
Main and State. Inq. Utah Bedding Mfg.
Co. 'Phone 3S3.
5- ROOM BRICK; BATH. S64 S. 4TH
East; a5. X1746
6- ROOM BRICK: BATH; J1S. 158 E.
Eth Soutlu X1747
6- ROOM BRICK; STRICTLY MOD
crn. E92 3rd SL; $20. xl745
FURNITURE PACKED FOR
shipping, cut rates; cxDert packers
of china, brlc-a-brac, furniture, etc.
Rpdman Van and Storage Co. 'Phone
1 E56, tissn
3 ROOMS. BATH, ETC.; NO. 8 BAR
rows court. Second South, bet. Fifth and
Sixth East. xl032
3 ROOMS; PANTRY, SINK, LIGHTS,
bath; ground floor; $13. 513 E. 4th So. xl20
LARGE FRONT ROOM. MODERN,
for man and wlfo or 2 gents; prlvato fam
ily; also slnglo room; ono block from P.
O. Tel. 1039.
LARGE STOREROOM ON MAIN ST..
bet. 2nd and 3rd So. Houston Real Es
tate Inv. Co., 251 Main. plOS3
20 HOUSES, ALL KINDS. PRICES
and locations Tuttlo Bros,, 149 Main 3t
FLAT OF 4 LARGE ROOMS. CLOSE
In. East side. $18. Frltsch, No. 12 E. 2nd
So. st. W10S2
OFFICE ROOMS. HOUSTON BLOCK:
suite of 2 or 4 rooms. t2o4j
7- RM. MOD. BRICK. LAWN, FUR
nace, mantel, large halls. 678 3rd st, only
$35. Goddard-Bowman Co., under Wal
ker's bank. x2373
BARN AT 22S E. FOURTH SOUTH;
$3.00 month. O. F. Peterson, 53 W. 2nd
South st. x2532
FIVE OR SIX ROOM MODERN
house. Inqulro 245 S. 6th East. x2405
6 ROOMS, FINE FURNITURE; $30.00
per month. Apply 377 So. 2nd East. x2534
NEARLY NEW MODERN BRICK
houso; six rooms; No. 61 Jeremy street
Inq 0-1 W. 1st So. ' yl9I
4-ROOM BRICK COTTAGE, STRICT
ly modern; 651 E. -1th So. Inq. 45S E. 4th
A SNAP-STORE FIXTURES AND 4
rooms, 253 E. 4th So. Inquire 31 S. 1st
West. $15.CO. y2l0
NEW STOREROOMS, WELL LIGIIT
cd, South Temple, near West Temple; low
rent. Hubbard Izivt. Co., 7S W. 2nd So.
MODERN" COTTAGE. 277 NORTH
1-ROOM MODERN BRICK COTTAGE.
KM BO. -tru -ilLSU Jiiu
5-ROOM MODERN PR. BRICK COT
tnge; bath, toilet, elcc. light, lawn. 715
S. West Temple. y24l
S-ROOM MODERN nOUSE. 201 E. 3RD
So.. $10.00. Llnck, 2 Commercial blk. y233
5-ROOM MODERN BRICK HOUSE. Gil
W. 1st South. j-231
TWO 4-ROOM HOUSES. INQ. 221
East Sth So. y223
5-ROOM MODERN PR. BRICK COT
tnge; bath, toilet, electric light; nice lawn.
715 South West Temple st. y24l
MODERN E-ROOM BRICK 611 WEST
First South st. y310
South of Sugar ward, gentleman's gold
watch, hunting ease, monogram "JI-IW."
Return to 206 Desor6t Nowa building. Llb
MRS. C M. TRIPP. MASSAGE; MAG
notlc treatments. 353 So. "W. Templo. y40O
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
WOMAN SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN.
Lulu Brooks. M. D Constitution blk.
AND MACHINERY. UNION ERECT
Ing Co.. rear 114 W. 1st So. 'Phono 1465-Y.
CURE PER1LVNENTLY RUPTURE,
canc.r and rheumatism. No. 23 E. 4th So.
ALL DEBTS BOUGHT AND COL
loctcd. 603 Aucrbach bldg. U
JOHN J. WALLACE & CO.. D. F.
Walker bldg., Salt Lko, collect debts
everywhere, reference, Walkcr'a bank.
1 ' u2197
TOR RENT FURNISHED.
3 ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS
for housekeeping. No. 3 Pleasant st.
THE SAVOY: .PLEASANT FUR
nlshed rooms; bath. No. 529 8. W. Tem
ple ot. Tol, 1140-1'. Mrs. L, Martin, Pro
3 ROOMS; LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING:
water in house; pantry; closet. Rear 346
E. th South. y443
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS; ALSO
housekeeping suites 257 West South
NICE FRONT PARLOR, GROUND
floorj also nlco room on Upper floor, with
or without board. 70 W. Sth South. vi93
SUITE IN NEW, STRICTLY MODERN
terraco; walking distance. 062 So. Main
TWO DESIRABLE HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; no children, 139 W. 6lh South. y391
NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE, MOD
crn; no objection to children. Phone
12022. . y33S
FINE FURNISHED ROOMS, STR1CT
ly modern; references. 325 So. 2nd East.
THE PIjE AS ANTON, NO. 6 KENDALL
square; handsomely furnished rooms;
modern; closo -In. 'Phono 240S-K x296
GO TO THE STAR FOR LARGE,
well-ventilated rooms; Jubc changed
hands; prices very reasonable; No W'.i
South West Temple, half block from
Templo. Mrs.-L. McCarty. xlWO
NICELY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP
Ing rooms, clean, modern. No 2 Kendall.
NEWLY FURN. ROOMS, BEST OF
terms, board If desired. Hotel Monterey,
372 So. Main. x!375
WELL FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP
lng rooms; modern; reasonable. 372Vi So.
NICELY FURN. ROOMS. SINGLE OR
en sulto. St. James, 321 So. Main. X1539
5 FURNISHED ROOMS, 2 FOR
housekeeping; also barn. 63L E. Iflt South.
2 NICELY" FURN. FRONT ROOMS
for housekeeping; cheap. Also single
rooms; 227 W. 1st So. St. x29
ONE AND THREE KOOMS. NICELY
furnished for light housekeeping; 1G4 E.
2nd South. X2031
TWO NICE, COOL SLEEPING ROOMS
In walking distance. Gentlemen pre
ferred. 4S Vine st.
3 BEAUTIFUL ROOMS, OR UNFURN.,
bath, to adults. 429 S. 1st W.
LARGE WELL FURNISHED ROOM,
bath, for gentleman. 071 So. Main, S12
9-ROOM HOUSE, FURNISHED. TO
let for July and August, call 63 Eighth
COOL, PLEASANT ROOMS FOR
housekeeping; shade. 463 Stato. y2S
CHEAP, FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH
or without housekeeping. 242 W. 1st South.
3-ROOM COTTAGE; PANTRY, CLOS
et, elec. light. 656 So. W. Templo. y4
2 COMPLETELY FURNISHED ROOMS
for housekOLplng. 051 3rd East. ySS
OFFICES. UNDER NEW MANAGE
ment, at tho Brunswick, '(j Main st. yGl
2 ROOMS FURNISHED FOR HOUSE
keeplng. 421 So. 3rd East. y243
ELEGANTLY" FURNISHED APART
ment3 for gentlemen, new houso; free
'phone. 326 S. 3rd East. y215
TEN-ROOM MODERN: ALSO. 4 AND
C room flats. 223 W. Sth So. ySll
FREE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR RE
moved frco this wock. Lulu Brook3, M.
D Constitution blk. y2623
FREE BUREAU OP INFORMATION
For the benefit of thoso Salt Lake Trlb
uno readers who will visit the' Louisiana
Purchase exposition at St. Louis, Th0
Trlbun6, In conjunction with tho St. Louis
Star, has established in tho Star building
corner of Twelfth and Olive streets, St
Louis, but a few blocks from tho Union
station, at which all trains arrive, a free
Bureau of Information, where will bo
found a list of all respectable hotols
boarding-houses. restaurants, rooming
houses and prlvato houses at which
World's fair visitors will be accommo
dated. Competent attendants are In charge
at all times, and uniformed messengers
continually on duty to glvo Information
regarding rooms, places of amusoment
Btrcot car lines, arrival and departure of
railway trains, connections, etc.. and to
personally conduct parties to rooms, Btreee
cars, railway trains. Any person going to
St. Louis armed with a card of Introduc
tion by Tho Salt Lake Tribune will be
promptly and properly given all possible
Information absolutely without cost upon
presenting it at tho World's Fair Informa.
Hon Bureau, St. Louis Star building.
Twelfth and Ollvo struts. St. Lo-rta. Up.
COLUMBIAN OPTICAL CO., 260 MAIN.
Wholesale and retail manuf. opticians.
CARPENTERS AND JOBBERS.
ROY WATROUS. 67 E. 3RD SO. ELE
vator and job work. Tel. 1675-Z. oS79
A. C. RAINEY. CONTRACTOR: ELE
vator work. Rear 128 S. Main. 'Phone 1052-Z
FLUFF-RUGS MADE AND CARPETS
cleaned. 226 W. S. Temple. 'Phono 1209-X.
30ARD AND 'ROOMS.
ROOM AND BOARD IN PRIVATE
family modern. 661 S. 2nd East. ySSS
LARGE FRONT ROQM, WITH AL
cove; everything modern. 1C0 N. W. Tom
ROOM AND EXCELLENT SERVICE
at 211 E. 4th So.; tel. 22S5y. ' x619
THE CULMER FAMILY- HOTEL
New management, cool, shady rooms and
porches: excellent tablo: moderate rates.
16S N Main st. "Phone 2029-X. x2527
TWO FRONT ROOMS AND TWO FOR
housekeeping, modem. 257 E. 1st S. x-4GS
LARGE. ELEGANTLY FURN, ROOMS,
strictly-modern, with board: 71 N. Stato.
WHERE TO STOP.
LINCOLN HOUSE, CS E. 1ST SOUTH.
100 rooms; rates, 25 and 35 cents. el316
MRS. LYNGBERG MOVED FROM 218.
W. Sth South to 056 E. 1st South. xMl
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
SPECIAL. 6-ROOM MOD. BRICK. S.
E,, an elegant home; bargain ot F-S00. H.
J. McGown Co., 131 Main, over Bon Ton
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
Cash and $25 monthly buys new 5-room
modern brick cottage; olose In on oust
sldo. A. McKcllar & Co., 63 W. 2nd So.
PRITCHARD & TOE.
163 Main St. Tel. 195.
S4200 6-rm pr. brk., mod., 4th st.; closo In.
$3600 9-rm., new brk, corner lot, S. E.
$2440 S-rm., new brk., nat. wood finish,
$2500 7-rm. brk., .stable, nr. Liberty park.
$30050 ft, on Sth E.. facing Liberty park.
And many other bargains.
PRITCHARD & POE, 1GS Main. Tol 155.
IF YOU DID NOT SUCCEED
In winning a prize, wo will make It up to
you by saving you $50 to $300 on anything
you buy of us this month.
$1500 or less for a neat 4-r,, W. 1st So.
S2JO0 for a beauty C-r., near O. S. L.
$2500 or less for a G-r. brick. Gth East,
lino corner lot, shade, barn. st. car.
$425 Three rods on Windsor ave. SNAP.
$8500 or less. S-r. mod home. Sth East.
51S50 75 foot, barn and 5-r brick.
REALTY CO. Gfl W. 2ND SO. Tel 760.
.TWO THOROUGHLY WELI-BUILT
houses in Houjiicast; pressed brick:
$2100 8 rooms, e. 1., natural wood finish.
$3600 9 rooms and bath, corner lot.
Splendid Investments In n. w. section.
Prltchard & Poe, 163 Malm; tel. 19S. yl6
WE SELL REAL ESTATE. THAT'S
all. Tuttlo Bros.. 149 Main, red ball slgnB.
25 YEARS ABSTRACTING 25 YEARS 1
Wo have mado abstracting a life's
study. Savo time by coming to our rec
ords Instead of wasting it going to the
city and county building. They are abso
lutely correot and up-to-date. We are al
ways at your service. Homer Abstract
Co., Main and First South (under Dcaerot
C. W. MILLER. REAL ESTATE AND
loans. Correspondence solicited. 112 W.
2nd South wt.
2 LOTS ON 7TII EAST FACING L1B
orty park; cheap Address M 20, Tribune.
CHICKEN RANCH FOR SALE
cheap, or for rent. Box 400, route 5, Tay
lorsvlllo. Utah ( x2010
RANCHES. FARMS. ACREAGE; BIG
list of our real cstnto papor free at office.
Harrington & Courtney. 15 W. 2nd So.
DESIRABLE 6-ROOM COTTAGE,
corner Gth North and 2nd West: $25(0, xl700
WE MAY HAVE JUST WHAT YOU
want. Call and see. Prltchard & Poa,
real tstato brokers, ICS Main. Tol. 195. x791
See Goddard, under Walkcr'a Bank.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. U. P. R.
R lands. E. J. Wills. 15 W. 2nd So. mS37
4-RCOM FRAME HOUSE. FLOWING
well, barn. 37 Fulmer ave, cor 7lh W,
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE INVEST
mont Co. Real estate nnd loan brokers,
251 Main street.
M! SMALL PAYMENT DOWN
Balance sixteen dollars monthly, buys at
$1ST0 splendid 5-room brick, close in. Bar
gain. 76 East 2nd South (store). y257
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
GOOD PAYING RESTURANT FOR
sale cheap. Inq. 63 Commorclnl st. y442
SOME GOOD MINING STOCK FOR
sale. M. A. Walqulst. room 201. 54-56 W.
1st South. y46l
MITCHELL & LEWIS 1V-1NCH Ex
press wagon, cheap. Inq. 132 W. 2nd No.
BEST PAYING' BUSINESS IN SALT
Lake; some one with $2WK) can buy busi
ness that will net 10 per cent a month;
machinery and fixtures alone worth more.
Address M 61, Tribune oftlce. yS90
HANDSOME YEARLING JERSEY;
could not be duplicated less than $50; sell
him for $25, or trade young cow. 19S S
GOOD YOUNG FRESH JERSEY COW;
also good driving horse. 1334 E. Gth So.y332
FIRST-CLASS ROOMING HOUSE. AP
ply 253 So. West Templo st yS3S
WELL-BRED, GENTLE DRIVING
horse; eleven hundred pounds. James
Devlne. telephone 2291-X. y79
PICTURE FRAMES AT COST.
Bring us your pictures for framing. Riv
ers Bros.. It-) Main street. t7G3
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD. IOWA
etablea. 129 W. So. Temple. olio.
GOOD PAYING MERCANTILE BUSN
necss. Apply box C, Klmbcrly, Utah. x2CS3
X-RAY GALVANIC AND FARADIC
machine; also office furniture. -1GS Con
stltutlon blk. X2150
LADY'S YALE BICYCLE IN GOOD
condition; $12.60. -Address M 20, Trlbuno
ROULETTE WHEEL FOR SALE AT
OR TRADE, A WELL STOCKED
grocery, doing first-class business In city.
Owner 111 health. Apply 70 E. N. Tomple.
NO. 1 FOUNDATION ROCK AT 675 SO.
7th West. w2573
OAK PIANOLA. SLIGHTLY USED.
$125; Clayton Music Co.. 109 Mnln St. w2515
3 UPRIGHT PIANOS. 2 IN PERFECT
condition, all very cueap, or will renf. The
Stringer Co.. 70 W. 2nd So. 26
GOOD UPRIGHT PIANO. $160.00;
great bargain. Clayton Music Co., 109
Main st. xlSS
UTAH AUTOMOBILE CO.. G7 MAR
kot St. Come nnd see tho finest nutorao
bllo houso In the West. Wo 3ell and rent
tho finest aulos mado. Wc also have a
full line of auto supplies. Do you want
a second-hand auto; 'Phono 2320-Y. w495
UTAH JUNK CO.. HIGHEST PRICE
paid for iron, bra3s, rags, bottles, rubber,
coppor. otc. 63 B. Sth So. 'Phone 229. bS12
INTER-MOUNTAIN JUNK CO.
A. R. Strang, Mgr.
Doaler In all kinds of Jilnk. rags, rubber,
metals, etc. Car lots a specialty.
635 So. State. Tel. 1237-1C y70
DR. A. W. JOHNSON HAS REMOVED
to 311-312 Atlas block. u20
DR. A SCOTT CHAPMAN, DENTIST,
tCCO Scott-Strovcll bldg. 'Phone 185-Y.
SUNBURST AND ACCORDION
pleating. Mrs. Jennona. 47 E. 1st So. mlt
PATENTS FREE. CONSULTATION
office, S5 Eaclo blk.. 2nd lloor, dlOW
J. E. DARMER, LAWYER. OFFICES
18-19 Commercial block. 'Phono 1217-Z.
Koytlng & Anderson Plumbing Co.
120 N. 1st West. TcL 12--K. x21 1
BUSINESS CHANCES. .
LARGE, NEW GROCERY, DOING A
big business will sacrlflco on account of
111 health. Here Is your chAnco to mako
Very nice, small store: very comfortablo
living for man and wife, and can savo
from S15 to $20 per week.
Furniture and 44 years' lcaso of a. fine
rooming-house. 18 rooms, nicely rurnlshcd
and always full; parties leaving tho city;
a money-maker for someone. "
A new. fino bakery nnd confectionery on
2nd So., doing a first-claes business, nnd
Ih compolled to sell on account of other
business; rent only S25. In.'cstlgato this.
Some- furniture and lease ot a 14-room
house, close in; will sell cheap and rent
houso; easy to fill all ro6ms; rent $40; a
A bakery nnd confectionery near tn. on
2nd So.; must sell at onco; rent $25.00; a
Fine furnlturo nnd lease ot a nine-room
houso in an excellent location; enough
rooms occupied to pay rent. See this.
A grocery storo on 3rd South, for calo
cheap; a bargain.
Several Etorcs and houses for rent In all
parts of the city. If you have anything
to sell or rent, list with us. We are in tho
REGE REALTY CO.,
ROOMS 16-17. NO. 8 WEST 2ND SOUTH.
I. O. O. F TEMPLE DIRECTORY:
Subordinate lodges meet as follows:
Utah lodge No. 1. Thursday.
Soli Lake lodge No. 2, Friday.
Jordan lodge No. 3. Monday.
Ridgloy lodgo No. 9, Thursday.
Enterprise lodge No. 15. Wednesday.
Fidelity lodgo No. 17, Wednesday.
Mystic lodgo No. 22, Monday.
Oqulrrh encampment No. 1, second and
Golden Rulo encampment No. 2, first
and third Tucsdnys:
Naomi Rebeknh lodgo No. L second and
Miriam Rcbcknh lodge No. 5, first and
A. A. S. RITE THE FOUR CO-ORDI-nate
bodies of tho A. A. 8, Rite of Free
Masonry hold stated meetings tho third
Thursday in each month at Unity hall.'
No. 140 So. Second East street. Sojourn
ing brothren Invited.
WILLIAM J. LYNCH. 32 deg.,
V. M. Jordan Lodgo of Perfection No. 2.
WALTER SCOTT. K. C. C. H.,
W. M. James Lowo Chapter Roso, Croix
IRA O. RHOADE8. K C. C. H.,
Commander Salt Lake Council Kadoah
FRED CLEM SCHRAMM.
ic a a H.,
M. or K. Utah Consistory No. 1.
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL. 33 deg..
Registrar for All the Bodies.
n ARGENTA LODGE NO. 3, F.
-'ft-and A. M. At Masonic hall, first
XiK Tuesday of each month. Members
' of Bister lodges and sojourning
FRANK P. SHERWOOD, W. M.
MOSES C. PHILLIPS. Secretary.
WASATCH LODGE NO 1. F. AND A.
M. Masonic hall, second Friday each
month. Members of sister lodges and so
journing brethren In good standing In
vited. A. BROWN, W. M.
A J. LOWE, Sec re tan.
MT. MORIAH LODGE NO. 2, F. AND
A. M. Masonlo hall, second Monday each
morth. Members of sister lodges and so
journing brethren In good standing In
vited. JAMES H. BROWN, W. M.
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL. Sccrotary.
EL KALAH TEMPt,E, A. A. O. N. M.
S Third Wednesday of each month. Ma
! eonlo hall at 8 p. m. All nobles sojourn
C. F. JENNINGS. Potentate.
A. BROWN, Recorder.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
every Tueflday, S o'clock, at I. O. O. F.
SILVER MAPLE CIRCLE NO. 103
meets every Friday night at I. O. O. F.
FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA,
EVERGREEN LODGE NO. 151 MEETS
every Monday at I. O. O. F. temple.
T. E. HARPER, F. M.
H. J. HESS, Sccrotary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
CALANTHE-MYRTLE LODGE NO. 1,
every' Monday, K. of P. hall.
H. A. JOPLIN. C. C.
O. S THOMPSON. K. of R. & 3. uSSO
LINCOLN LODGE NO 23, K- OF P.,
meets evcrv Tuesday evening, 8 o'clock,
K. of P. hn'll.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3.
Every Thursday evening, K. of P. hall.
KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES.
Every Thursday. I. O. O. F. hall. Visit
ing Knights Invited.
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
SALT LAKE CITY HIVE NO. 4
meets cvory first and third Tuesday, s
p m., I- O. O. F. hall.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF-EAGLES.
SALT LAKE AERIE NO. 67 EVERY
Friday, 8 p. m.. A. O. U. W. hall.
SEGO LILY LODGE NO. 252. FIRST
and third Tuesday, 8 p. in,. A, O. U. W.
8. L. COUNCIL. 1517. 2ND AND 4TH
Thuroday, Jennings Blk.
H. A. JOPLIN. Reg.
E. L. JONES. Sec.
DANISH BROTHERHOOD OF
HAABBT LODGE NO. 78. EVERY 1ST
and 3rd Thursday, I. O. O. F. tomple.
BICYCLES AND REPAIRS.
THE LEADING WHEELS ARE IVER
Johnson, Racyclo and National. League
Cyclo Store. 325 So. W. Temple. tllOo
NOTHING BUT PIERCE BICYCLES.
F. 3. Carter, SO W. Srd So., ccr W. Templo.
UTAH STEAM CARPET AND WALL
papor cleaning Co. Carpets cleaned on
tho floor, feuthora renovated. 'Phono
j AUCTION SALES.
DROP-HEAD SEWING MACHINES,
good as now; easy payments!, Washburn
Furn. Co., 35 W 1st So. 'Phono 2021-Y.
WE CARRY THE LAROEST STOCK
of now and 2nd-himd furniture, curnets,
Btovco and ranges, and in fact ovorytnlng
for complete houuok-tplnc In tho city.
Don't buy without seeing our goods nnd
getting out pricc3. crush or credit. Ne
braska Furn. Co., 62 E. 2nd So. .0.035
REMOVED. I I
L S. PENDERGAST & CO. have RE- tl H
moved to No. 320 Atlas block. x2620 ', '
.JiEX1? ATTY.,-RKMOVED ? H
to 42S-429-.3Q Atlas blk. x7J3 j
a J?11 S A. GREENE REMOVED TO 331 J i. i H
Atlas blk. Tol. 24S6-Y. w237.
WALK WITH EASE. j
PROF. A. D. ROBBINS. CORN DOC- & ' H
tor; palnles3 treatment. 119 So. Main.- . i y jH
MACHINPERT. j j f H
ELECTRIC MOTORS, HOISTING EN- " I (
glnes, steam engines, gasoline engines. r '
boilers up to 100 H P.. pumps, pipa from ' 111
2 to 9 Inches, plpo fittings, blacksmith 1 .
tools, blowers of all sizes, rnlln, shevo ' JH
wheels, shoot steel, Ingersoll drills, boxoe 1 I nM
hangers and shafting, pulteya, elevator 1
engines, laundry' machinery, pelting, wlro lii
rope, asbestos covering, bottom dump 41
earn, lot of tlmbera. Clark Mills. I buy
old plants of machinery ot all kinds. J.
M. Swem, 336 S. 3rd West. wllSS
s WEATHER RECORD. J ' I
"j ' jl
Yesterday's record at tho local offlco of ,
tho weather bureau. ' -'
Maximum temperature, SI degrees; mln- Ul
Imum temperature, 69 degrees: mean tem- JH
pc-rature, 70 degrees, which Is G degrees . I
below tho normnl. ( ,
Accumulated deficiency of temperature ,, J ,
slnco tho first ot the month, 15 degrees. M ;
Accumulated deficiency of temperature- . ;
slnco January 1, 33 degrees. ,
Total precipitation from 6 p. m. to 6 p.
m., trnco. ; 1
Accumulated excess of precipitation 1
since the first of tho month, .10 Inch. :
Accumulated excess of precipitation !
slnco tho first ot January, 3.R2 Inches.
R. J. HYATT, LccaJ Forecaster.
Temperatures Elsewhere. j
Deg. Deg. , jH
Abilene 92 Mllos City -7S I
Ashcvlllo SOModcna SO I
jtlanta w90 Montgomery" .. ...90 Hj
Bismarck GSMoorhcftd ......... Cfl
Bolao SO New Orleans S8 . '
Boston 86 Now York 90 flfl
Buffalo . fG Norfolk 92
Cairo S3 Northfiold 74 Hj
Calgary 82 North Platto .....7S
Charleston SS Oklahoma EG '
Chicago 76 Omaha 74 i H
Cincinnati ........ S2 Phoenix 104 ; H
Denver 70 Pittsburg 7S i
Detroit 70PocatelIo SO , 4'HB
Dodgo QOPortland 7S T M
Duluth ; ,70 Rapid City ........ 62 H
Elklns lCCRoseburg ... SI ,
El Paso 1(0 St. Louis So , fiH
Galveston S6St. Paul ....... es i
Grand Junction.. 78 S. Ste. 'Marie ....63 Hjl
Havre S2 Snn Francisco .. HQ ' ,
Helena SO Santa Fo . S2 '
Huron C2Scranton ..SI '-!
Jacksonville SS Spokane ........... 90 ' Hj
Kamloops lt Swift Current ... 7S '
ICansas City 76Vlctorla C4 '
Knoxvlllo J. S6 Washington 90 ! '(I
Lander 61 Wlnncmucca S2 , :
Llttlo Rock SS Winnipeg 04 ' 11
Los Angeles 74 Yumai 102 !
BIRTH RETURNS. V. J' H
Hedrlck, girl to R. H. nnd Pearle, 271 l li.. H
West Second South street, Julv 4. 1iH
Burnham. girl to C. A. and Sarah, 550 fc li
South Eighth East street, Juno 9. '' 11
Williams, girl to Waller M. and May,,C57
Sixth street, June 2S. IH
Webb, boy to William C. and Grace, 256 . j7l
West First North street, July 2. 'H
Charles Rlttcr, Bingham ., 37 ! 1 tI
Ruby Mecham, Bingham 24 i i
Albert W. Rorat, IndlanapoliB, Ind 27 I 1 IH
, Eva M. Sandgrass, Toledo, 111 2-l i Ik
Honry E. Gretton, Salt Lake 21 IH
Gertrude Malslrom, Salt Lake 23 'fy ' I fH
BURIAL PERMITS. 1 ' JH
Evann, Myrtle, aged 8, 335 D street, July 2. hMH
Perkins. Martha W., aged GO, 16S North , 1
Second West strcot, July 2. i N
Sheets, Elijah F., aged S3, Rcxbnrg, Ida., I
July 3. f fM
Riley, John, aged 14, 17 Camp lano, July 4.
Rlloy, Jonathan, aged 43, 17 Camp lane, ! , IH
Folsom, Charles E., aged 25, 233 West k )
First South strcot, July 3. tt!
Chytrans, Annio, aged 37, 233 Paston avo- ,
nuc, July 4. j
YELL0WST0ME PARK EXCUR- il : '
SI0N , :H
. juiy 7, - !;jH
Via O. S. L. Round trip from Salt 'I '
Lake $19.50. This rate covers all nec-- I )
essary rail and stage transportation. 'j j
and also hotel expenses beyond Monlda 5
for the sevn-days tour. Reservations " ''K((H
should be made early, as the party Is " ' 1 ,)
limited to fifty persons. i )
See agents for full partlcularsr Ask . ,1
for beautiful Yellowstone folder. ,' f
. - ; t':H
excursion ; ,
To Logan. ''u.i.H
Saturdav, July Gth, via O. S. L". Round . 1
trip $2.50. Special train leaves S. L. . , ' , ' jH
11:00 a, m.; returning, leaves Logan 6:00 h jM
p. m. of tho 10th. 'M'l
0GDEN AND RETURN, $1.00, j H
Via D. & R. G., Sunday, July 10. I
Tho Kolltz perswnally-conducted ex- j
cursions never fall to delight their pa- fj t
trons. Refreshments free on train. , T 11
Trout and chicken dinner at the Herml- ' J-nH
tage In Ogden canyon. Special train : I fj lH
leaves Salt Lake 10:00 a. m. Return- if JH
lng, leaves Ogden 10:00 p. in. Every- J t
body Invited. : ( :
I THE K0LITZ SPECIAL
To Oden, Sunday, July 10, (i ll
Leaves Salt Lake 10:00 a. m. Forty-five j ,,"
minutes later you will be In Ogden. The i
Interim is a panoramic delight of 'j I
grassy meadows, green treei, softly 3RH
murmuring brooks that, bear you swift- ' vH
ly away from business cares. Pay uh 1
one dollar for a ticket. We do tho rest, J f l pB
Royal Bread la pure, every loaf bears A mH
our label with the crown. At all gro- ,','
cers and first-class restaurants.
WORLD'S FAIR EXCURSIONS 1 If' f
Via Denver & Rio Grando. j; ' i
To St. Louis and return $42.50 1 . K H
To Chicago and return 47.50 R II
To St. Louis and return via Chi- ft il
cage, or vice versa (. 60.00 jj I H
Selling dates Tuesday and Friday of ,f iH
each week. li'.ll
Stop-overs allowed. K ..'
Final limit, 60 days from date of sale. 1 p
Pullman and tourist oleepers through j ,SL (
to St. Louis without change. Choice of r- h (
routes. See any D. & 11. G. agent, I. ''''';