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BrxDAY morning, JANTWRY 15, 1909. THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. page eleven
i i i YeVsYssi
.ATORSA REAL ESTATE.
A CHANCE TO Bt'V
r- IST-CLA88 BUSINESS
PROPERTY AT f880
A ROD.
j 7 ii 3 hours 10 mlnutes-wo made one of
iK V 9ur ' '" J1"" 1 v' ' k (Ni,,m' Blvcn
flie2 UP1"1 r"i" ' '
Tlv pur. h"l Hi.- nv.noy nnd we
J had tho bargains.
i(j2 Thrre h.-'ir- .if r ! s-de k .'.to the
-UB Bheck for tin pun -base price was cashed.
jon dirt- sold nt $1') advance.
riteS The Investment .. presented only JSOO, so
Ibai tii-- i r !- .1 pet cent
triBS i broil t int.-r. si in nth- r words for 3 hours
as.- of ito- m.iM. -. I.-', per cent Interest tot
J p hrn'rv makes .'. pi t cent for 1 day or
L0P."'JI p. r 'nt a y ;ir'
th m The highest rate we ever heard quoted.
Ln N,,w this I.M.-r bought because we
tliur:i nt. . 'I th" lii'-o m.-nt :ilifl because
lrn -we :ir.--.i to Had :i bu -it an advance,
il; Wi made oir wml c;..n,l .mi thin Inv-'tnr,
Ilk" rn;in nth' t, 1ms profited by dealing
TT Jn this ofYi. p
i In 1,n' wl,n ,hls v"u s im" argument w
have i pi " ' nf hudnesy property nt hall
i"ujZT price ,,wner mortgaged to the limit that
Wat yo" "Ughl to bus We 11 s"ll it under th"
poj.itlN.- g;i.-u i lie., thai It s wort it xactl'
double the prlco we ask. We can sell It
fg for .mi at . g I .dv.n.. . I.i d-tys or
i- 5," less.
. . .; r.x fc. i in. 1. 1 I'j l.lo, i;; w. s from Main
and 2nd South, surrounded by the ilnet
TTZ hulldlng-- In Silt I.ak.. and .! ualiy f"r
UJ ;ah nt a n.l '
f This Is the prloo of First street resident "
pi. .p. n iiinl when on see tin- offering
fT vou II agree Hint it's th-- great, --t bargain
, ", ever ,imIi .1 l.'-l . show ..u that what
f -we t-.i Is in;-- nil and visit the place
bs. with us It - ;i i i -. hit Ion In buiin.-?;
proper! .i)iii
LJ I ion t h. -it
: We also have more HONEST bargain
Trr- In home -.ml I. i- thm any agency In
t' town and e .) your p. . i.l attention to a
7-rooni. new modern bench home for $."-250
,that lias !.. h.- --a. ri:ie'd this week HOUBC
nrJm alone, brand new eost more than the
t'P- prk-e ,-o,k. d
tthi, OPCAR F PFTI-.RSON. FI.VS1'F
UM. AGT OI.FNN S SUBDIVISION, 51 W.
2ND SOITII S r
'MS,
iffht
cai 6-foot lot at head of Main St
Overlooks entire eltv and valley. .
)NT Small dwalllDg
ei ,
1 Ri5nono
Croom mod residence facei
ii west, on Rth East, near 3rd 8o.
cijl 2x8 rods of gTound, good base
ment under house. A sacrifice
T and a barpain
eSM SEE
Tr HOUSTON
lJ READ ESTATE
INV CO
251 Main. ' Phone 27.
RI
cMl OR
80.
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- E. J. WILLS,
- REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
8"1 US West 2nd South street.
lVt Easy payments Modern house, I
OR.a rooms, furnace, bath, etc Recently taken
' urder mortgage. A rare chance House
t nlone cost H5 Nice lot
$12tX) buy9 cozy hrlck cottage, 4 rooms,
5 J large attic Lot i)xl36 feet. Liberal pay
'JB ments
$1000 buys five acres, south of city three
miles. A rnro bargain
""' noo Eay paynients. Dc5lrable bulld
s t 'Mi ing lots; southeast. Good cor serlc-:
nef'-J I "i00 whool etc. Worth double the money.
J 1 but wo are closing them out.
mt E. J ILLS.
vn 1" West Cnd &:uth street.
Koom Z eim
I ON NINTH EAST. NEAR URIOHA M
IIS $ ; street, six-room modern brick cottage,
ta Mag.-e furnace ..at frontage; lot 2x10
tlveS I rods, with roadway on the south. The
liHI house is In first-class repair and an excel
er lent buy at $3300
A. Rlchter. 19 West 1st South street.
' 'honor; . 1 1
ODDS AND ENDS.
Want to sell them quickly.
TT A little house and two lots, near 11th
lisf-l I Pnu(-o and 8th East, H2Z
' Near fth South and ilnd West, R-room
KE frame honse with flowing well, HlS'rt.
ng, Ct-jv.i rods, facing north, on 3rd street
3d- between K ajid L streets, 1W.
112 5x10 rods, with 4-mom adobe house, en
7'h South ne.ir llh West Jl.s-
IS; A Rlchter 19 West 1st South street,
nd. . - i 'Phones 641
IH K
' A SPECIAL OFFER A CHICKEN
I ranch, located ten miles west of the Jor
I dan rHer on 12th South, consisting of 10
I ncres, with four flowing wells, with suffl
. rl.-nt wnl. i- lor irrigating good four-room
Jt I house, new stable, half -acre strawborrles.
'r! balance In rye, tlft'--n Ugs, good team
i f m ' w,t ""n. farming Implements, many
L turkeys, ducks, chickens, pigeons etc , 3
"?J fine Incubators. It is a cheap proposition
m. I at $lfrti
n . Rlchter, 19 West 1st South street.
m l'Phones m-
Jf NEW 9-ROOM. IP-TODATE, PR
is I brick house; hardwood finish, good-sized
." fine location, part cash, balance on
I eosy terms Owner, 11K First st.
"a TO PLEASE YOF IS MY AIM.
w No doubt vou know values of properties
I If you are In the market to buy My list
IT. of properties Is large mough to telect
IriBM I 0,Jt of It any kind of a lot or house you
lay nr looking for M- prices ore rt-ht and
jflflB I "m' reasonable. The owriera of th fol
1201 lowing properties ai- prr sslng me to sell
them and they are really bargains
On a corner on C St., southeast front
nge. OxTi, rtxl, wltn good .I0Om modern
house. $5200.
On 7th South near 7th East, neat 4-room
, frame cottage, renting now for $12.60 per
month. Have very desirable tenant In the
, houM and is a pretty good Investment
1 end cheap at $1150
Of On 2nd st.. bet O and H sts. facing
3 Jiorth, new ft-room modern 2-story pressed
I brick, furnace Will sell on very easy
LN. tonns
0 On 10th East nw Trd South 2MsXl0 rods
Zm 7W Others ask $400 per rod In the samu
Mock
Manv others.
A Rlchter. 19 West 1st South St..
3 !
)S-
atn
ec- ONL.TSS400
15 COST $4200
DH
B.
14M A C-room modern house, full basement
all plasterer, fine barn. 0x5 rods of
j ground, Iron fence; everything In good
I cider. This must be sold at once, the
urlce will sell It
REOE REALTY CO.
Rcom 11, Over Walker's Bank 'Phonos
ND v?.l k. eClu
lie. 9
eU4
3
CHOICE BUILDING LOTS SOUTH
I and southeast; close In $12.5 to $3i'i; $10
cash. $7 60 per mo Wet and N W $75
to $2"u; Slo ;;mIi $". p :r mo. tlreat Induce-a-r
merits for the next sixty days to those
r ." L 'no wl" build this season
1 - Hut. bard Ins t o 7- W 2nd South .-OOi
241 ACRES, WITH STOCK. IMPLE
3 I men's f'd wagons; complete Independent
jE- a water right, good sheep or cattle coun--V
tr5' C o. V. Wilson, boi K, Eureka T.'tah
172J O4S0
GOOD BUILDING LOTS ON EVERY
h street Trom Slate, to Tenth East, In south
r eastern part of city Prices the lowest.
1 L Terms the easiest. You will save money
!jfkly "ecurlng lots now for spring building.
NBHr"ritsch, No. 12 East Second South st. d20K3
'o. J WHY PAY RENT
5 W whon vou . an have a reliable builder,
J lth fon.-teen j-ears' exicrlence In this
fr dty, build you a homo on easy monthly
payments? Come and see me.
.M. A. J. JENKINS
ND I 'Phone, Ind 2113. 729 So. 8th East
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
LITTLE & LITTLE.
Wo offer a 7-room two-story elegant
frame, with bath, toilet, O. I., etc.; sewet
connect Ion. eto , line lot, south front, onlv
four blocks from new P O. for $2500;
now rented for $25; subject to sale. It cost
SSG00 to build the house
A six-room, nearly new modern pressed
briel; northeast bench for $2500
The most beautiful building lte on Cap
itol hill at JIOO per rod.
Six-room modern brick, nearly new,
only three blocks north of Temple. $3000,
$500 cash
Four-room substantial brick, with 2fcX
10 rods, on Urd West near 7th South, $H00
The house alon.i Is worth tho price.
Four-room frame, iu blocks from county
building; HUGO; term.
2'5x5, corner 2nd South and 10th East;
$12W
Nearly new 10-room elegant, modern
preaMd-brlek, built for homo, hot water
heat, large basement, cemented; laundry
tubs, sewer connection, two toilets, barn,
cement walks; lot. r.7xlC5 (eeti located 5
blocks east of our office; a sacrifice sale,
pi 1 -,. txi
Elegant corner on C near Brlgham; 5zG
rods; easily wortli V""1". ;:nd s-room time'-,
not new, but In fine condition. It has fur
nace heat, two toilets, lavatory, e I
laundry; hardwood floors in two rooms,
plenty of groundj for another house; you
can buy the place for 16300, an. it'-, the
gr.-atest bargain on th. market, and no
one can sell It at THIS PRUT but us
Wo hae some great bargains on our
bonks at present, 1 t Ii In homes, building
lots .and prospective business property.
An 8-room modern two-story frame.,
with 66x168 feet "f ground; has been placed
with us exclusively to sell f'T 16700 by a
non-resident. The grotnul Is worth from
J75 to $S0 per foot. Located one block
from Temple
5x9 roils, with 5-room brick, only lt
blm ks 1 rum county bulldm-. "
Building lots, onlv two blocks from
Fish. rs brewery . $25 each; thej won t
last long,
Old 8-room house and two and one-half
rod lot near 4th We-t and 4th North; only
". $75 cash: balance easy.
1 Ittle A Little, No. i w 2nd South elltt
M'KELLVR A: CO.'B BARGAINS
BUILDING LOTS.
$2nor'or 7th F. and 10th So.
$900 2V?XK. Mb. E and 4th So.
$12rA-60xl65 ft. ltth B and 1st So.
$14O0--3xl0. 0th E. and 1st So.
$1700 0x120 ft . E tot So
$2230 Nice cor., E 1st So
$2500 6x5, cor close In, 1st st
modern HOMES.
$2500 New f,-room mod brick cottage, east
side.
$4500 Buys one of the best 7-room mo.l.
brick residences In tho city, located
on n. e. cor. of 3rd and J sts The
prettiest or on N bench.
FOR BARGAINS IN HOUSES SEE
A. M'KELLAR & CO , 63Vi W. 2ND SO
ell24
JFST PIrTvD ON THE MAR
ket 600 feet of ground, 1st South,
between 9th and 10th West sts.,
SOUtil frontage, at $lu per foot, or
$fo0 for 60 ft. building lot The llrst
lot was sold yesterday at this price.
Parties seeking west side for build
ing location will find It to their ad
antage to call and see me before
making purchase.
A bargain on 9th East et Tvt
4 ;UxlO M rod, with 14-ft alley. -u
EDWARD M ASIITi N,
ell2S 3f'l-3 Deseret News Bldg.
SPECIAL
Two cltv lots to trade for small plot of
ground out of city, suitable for raising
chickens on
$1260 6-room house, northeast; good lot
T'-rms.
$0 t-rnom cottage, East side. This is
a bargain. Terms.
$2800 7-room modern residence. Fast
side. $300 cash, $30 per month, Including
interest
rjJGD 4-room newly built house, south
east. Terms
HOME TRUST & SAYINGS CO ,
6-S Wet 1st South St ollfi3
SOME RARE
ONES
$1000 buja new house
and fine lot E 6th 80.
4-ROOM MODERN BRICK. "CIXSE IN"
EASY TERMS. $2600
$225 for 2 LOTS In
"KENSINGTON, " SHADE. ETC.
9 LOTS 1 Si EAST). $500
7-Boom Modern. 9TH EAST, $3100
GODDARD INVESTMENT CO.,
UNDER WALKER'S BANK, e1173
NOTE PRICES
$S50. 4-room brick, W 1st 8 ; easy terms
$1000 1-rmm almost new fr.; northeast
Q10O 5-room framo, adobe-lined s. e
fJSOO 5-room brick, facing Liberty park
Wr want an offer for 2 fine lots In
Perkins addition. Must be sol. I
Prttrhard & Poo, Mgrs R. E. Dept.
Wllson-8hc-man Co.. 52 V 2nd St. Tel. 492.
aim
WEIR, 5; W. 2ND SOUTH.
$5750 9-rom brick; good furnace, laun
dry with stationary tubs bath, toi
let, front and back stairway, large
hall lino porch, sewer connection.
Baal Second South.
JUO l-room brick cottage; bath, electric
light, close In.
00010x20 rods, 2nd E, near City and
County building
WEIR, K W 2ND SOUTH
eiia
5-ROOM MODERN PR. BRH7K 60X140
ft. excellent location. $22iO- $lro cash $10
p r mo , 7 per cent Int , or will take two
to four good building los as part pay
ment Hubbard InVt. Co., 78 W. 2nd So. ell28
126X157 FT NEAR LIBERTY PARK,
worth $10C;i Must pell and will take $660
cash, or half cash. Address E 52, Tribune
ell2
SOME OF THE CHOICEST LOTS ON
e. bench. $276 each. $26 cash $7 fa per mo
Lots 4H blocks from city and county bldg
$300 each. 7-room brle; house, s. e . close
In. $2300: $300 cash, $20 per mo.
Hubbard Inv t. Co . 78 W 2nd Bo
tt-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. PANTRY,
bath, tbllet. 6 light. Lot 40x132 East Sec
ond South; $2500 E 61 Tribune ell22
SEE CROMAR. 112 W. 2ND SO., IF IN
terested In Salt Lake real estate. clffT
WE SELL REAL ESTATE THAT'S
all Tuttlo Bros. 149 Main; red ban signs.
EXTRA WELL BUILT NEW 5ROOM
modern, ugni-prwsea nricK, natural finish
throughout- large hall bath, el Is,
porches and largo basement, inquire ol
owner, near premises, 174 South 12th
East. , eii57
WHEN YOU BUY OR SELL.
Keep In mind th" fact that
We make correct abstracts,
Guarantc-o against all errors in title,
Examlno titles.
Atteml all details of purchase or aale.
The Homer Alwtruct Co., Inc.,
Main and 1st So . under Doseret Bank
R1242
C. W MILLER, REAL ESTATE AND
loans 112 W Second Soath st.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS U. P R
R. lands. E J. Wills. 15 W. 2nd So. mlM7
ROOMING-HOUSES.
See Goddard, under Walker's bank.
U2113
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE INV CO..
real estate and loan brokers 2G1 Main
al403
76x155 FEET ON STATE STREET,
north of the Bell Telephone Co Inq 2C8
Commercial Club. zlSS
M1DOLEY-BODEL CO.
Real estate. 23 E. 1st So nl25?
EDWARD M ASHTON, REAL ES
tate. rentals. 301 News Bldg. blOll
2V,xC. MAIN AND STH SO ; A SNAP
$600. Meeks. 310 Atlas Block.
FOR BARGAINS SEE ME I HAVE
several hundred thousand dollars' worth
of real estate, which I own or control ex
clusively. You can get It only through
mv agency. Some bargains Sue, me
6. F. Peterson. S3 W. 2nd So. c!3
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
TUTTLB BROTHERS.
Investment Bankers,
Progress building. 40 Main street.
We offer tho following decided snaps for
nlert buyers Selo. t yours quickly by see
ing us beforo too late.
MISCELLANEOUS:
N--.it 5-room brick, with land U0ir, feel,
11th East near loth South. Ample spat
for three more houses. Fine fruit and
shadi tro.s i v , - 1 Rare bargain at
$2000.
Good double brick. 1C rooms, bath, man
tels and grabs etc., Mowing well, city
water- lot 90x190, alley Near 5th East
ami 8th South Very cheap at $iooo Make
offer
Nl.c S-room, extra well built house,
modern; big lot; $5500. One block from
Main Close In.
Twt) line new 5-room modern brick
houses. These are good properties and
Cheap $3.'0 and $2750.
Choice 5-room brick; location unexcelled
1st South near 8th East Rare bargain?
S2S09
Good 5-room brick cottage near .'ad
East and 6th South Juft the place for
someone wanting d ear-In home.
Extra good 6-roorn brick home, moilerr, ,
lot 3x10. A great snap $3000.
Numerous others In all parts of city.
FINE IU (USES
12-room elegant, entirely modern bouse
large lot uud barn; 7th East near 1st
South; $ooo.
10-room line brick dwelling, all conve
niences; Brlgham noar 4th Fast, $11,000.
l'l-ioom ii' at brick hom ...rg. lot. mod
ern; 6th Fast near Brlgham, (7000
12-room new . i.-K-irit hom . mod. Must
be seen to br appreciated. Largo lot
North U Prigham near 5th E:ist; $12,000.
12-room magnlllcent Brlgham street
home P.-rfect In nil Its appointments,
lot 510 barn and fine shade trees,
SOn.nou
10-room new, modern brick; Brigham
street home; corner lot. 4x10 and large
stable- rm"i
P.I 'SI NESS PRi iPERTY
An extra choice lot, 47x115, to alley , ) ;t
South street near State, only $135 per
fool Let us talk with vou about this
quick, for business blo.-k or flat would pay
15 to 20 per cent
Seeial wholesale and warehouse sites,
on 1st South. 3rd and 5lh West at 2nd
South Railroad facilities some bargains
for early purchasers
Call on or 'phone us. Don't delay We
know bargains and gel ibmi
Money to loan at lowest rates
e11l3 TI TTLE BROTHERS
HOMER & ROBERTSON,
Real Estate, Fire Insurance Loans
Sin.ori to loan on business or close In
residence property. Why put your money
In the savings bank, where you only get
4 per cent per annum Interest, when you
i an make a good Investment In real es
tate, A bank can bn-.ik. whereas a good
investment In real property will always
make you money, and so long as you pay
your taxes you e.ui't loose it
fJ0x3 feet, comer of 13th East nnd
7th South, $1600 Do you know of a section
cf tho city when- values are as likely to
Increase as they are on the east bench?
Here Is one on the west side, 1-9x8 rods
on 5th North between 2nd and Brd W. -t.
$1160. Another west side piece 4 4-?xS
rods. Secan-J West between 4th and 5th
North. SlfiOO. Very fine building sites in
the bst rcslil. nc- portion of tho cltv are
growing scarce Look at that lot on B
neur 2nd. tho boat niece on tho market
If you wish to build a home, or If you
want a money making Investment can
you find a orctti. r slt for an apartment
house'' Only $40n0. it Is like giving It
away.
That S-room brick, corner of ';rd rend
E. lot texllO feet, R of W In rear. (5600
Ground alone is almost worth tho money.
A cosy 6-room brick, nothing m ire mod
em, E. S . $3500.
A new S-room modern brick, E. S., $1650
cash, balance at 7 per i ont, $3000.
8-room frame. E near 3rd. lot 50x110.
R of W. In r.-ar, $4000.
As we nlwavs hao money to loan there
Is never any trouble In making terms on
an thing w e sell.
HOMER it ROBERTSON
Main and First So. (under Deserel bank )
ell9C
THE TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED COL
umns carry' more real estate ads. tban all
the other papers combined, and tho ads.
are paid for Why? Because Tho Tribune
has the call for thin class of business.
WILL BUILD YOU A HOUSE AND
take part pay In lota Contractor and
Builder, 106s 2nd st. d8S4
BUSINESS CHANCES.
$S25.0AO FOR INVESTMENT IN FIRST
mortgage bonds, and other preferen
tial securities. Entire Issues preferrred.
Applications received from principals and
brokers with authority. Clarkeson
Brooks & Co . 15 Broad St , New York
City eS40
100 LOTS FREE.
Applicants sending stamp will receive
deed of lot, sire 26x100 feet, suburb. New
Yotk. 20th Century Realty Co., 6 Wan
street, New York b$4
$25 MONTH MAKING LISTS NAMES
In spare time. Cash paid for lists from
any county. Particulars for stamp Mgi
407 Continental Bank Bldg. St Louis
Mo ftioa
BIG MONEY $10 BUYS, Pl.'TS OH
calls on 10.000 bushels wheat; no further
risk fluctuation of 6 centis makes you
$500 Write for circular Tho National
Commission Co., Pittsburg. Pa. el045
PATENTS GUARANTEED. PATENTS
set ur d or free return. Send modol or
sketch for free opinion as to patentabil
ity Send for Illustrated guide book and
list of Inventions wanted: finest publica
tion Issued for free distribution Cont line
valuable Information regarding patents,
trade marks and copyrights, how to ob
tain and fell them; 100 mechanical move
ments, etc Patent secured by us ad
vertised free in the nati nt record. Sample
copy free. Address Evans. Wllklns Ac Co
registered attorneys. 600 F stree, Wash
ington. D. C ei044
GINSENG IF TOE WANT SOME IN
formatlon about Ginseng send for "My
New Book of Advice. It's free; also my
Great Seed Catalogue for 1906. F B
Mills, box 463. Rose Hill N. Y. o24
ONLY A SMALL INVESTMENT NEC
ossary to put you into an easy, honor
aide and paying business, call at once
J R Marsh. &s N 2nd West 6709
AUCTION SALE.
BY B M. ' ONION. ON TUESDAY,
January 17. 10:30 a. m , ol 10 McDonald
court (between Third und Fourth est
on Sixth South! I will bc-11 P.russ.lH ,n,.
lngrHln carpels, i ugs, rockers and
chairs, laet. curtains, nearly new dining
ijible and chairs, sideboard, fine steel
rt.nge, combination kitchen table lino
leum, dresser, commode, iron ie.i, i.,n,.t
set, pictures, crockery and glassware, etc
Goods are nearly new and in good condi
tion ijbo
ON TUESDAY JAN 17. AT 10 M A M ,
.v.. 96 South Beventh East street, fine lot
liik'h-grade goods, consisting of leather
upholstered parlor rockers, ak and wil
low rockers, patent book shelves, glass
fronts, lot books and encyclopaedias,
wilting desk and hookcuso Combined, lino
sideboard cot $75 large rugs. t ,Y.i,
bedroom set, i-t $150; iGbn beds, four fins
dressers, plat, gloss nail tree. French
clock, lot lace curtains and drapery, hot
blast heater, solid mahogany tables, dln
Ing and library tables, pictures, dlahes and
silverware- lot kitchen ut uslls. refrlger
ator, washing machine, lot tubs, Otc
sewing machine and a thousand articles
not mentioned.
(MM K A. ANDREWS, Auctioneer.
WE HAVE SOLD LA8T WEEK TEN
White and Singer machines, which proves
that our prices aro right. For the 06x1
ten days SS will otTer thirty almost new'
carpets and rugs, consisting of Ingrains.
Brussels, velvets. Axmlnslers au.l Shlraz
i ugs. at one-half of the original cost
Everything for complete housekeeping ut
sp. clal low 'l Ii , s
NEBRASKA FURNITURE LO.. 62 E
2nd South. dilO
POR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
THOROUGHBRED SINGLE AND
rose-comb Brown Leghorns ISM South
West Temple. elir5
IF YOU WANT TO BUY A ROOMING-
houso that always pays, call at 42 Eust zno
South. 81198
FIRST CLA8S CHICKERING PIANO:
bargain price 112 W 2nd South. 1171
WHAT HAVE YOU TO BELL THE
Snh ev can sell It for -'".I I ' E
Walker bide- ell8!
TEAM, HARNESS AND ALMOST
new cut-under spring wagon; extra cheap;
nt Hoyt's. '252 So. State. ellt'C
V E CAN SEI L YOU FURNIT1 RE OF
a li-room house House rents r,,r $36
Font i Min n now rented for light
housekeeping for $2'c Furniture in Hr.-t-class
condition. Our price on this will
suit vou Bnlvey Mercantile brokers Sal
D F' Walker SlMB
FOR $LfM WE CAN SELL YOU THE
furniture of 8 14-room boarding :ind room-
Ing-house This Includes a piano which
I osl HSO Not to mention a 7D Bui 1. range,
oak bed-room pet, birch bed -room set
which cost $5(i and $ each. Two folding
beds. ', Iron double beds, besides the nu
merous other things necessary to furnish
a house of this else. The quality of this
Stuff will surprise you. Can give, you I
three yeara' lease on Uu- building nt a
oi-v cheap rent. The right parties can
make, money n this house. All particu
lar? a l tlv- SpIvov Mercantile brokers 211
D F. Walker 81141
THE BNIVEY, 2S1 D F. WALKER,
will sell your business. eU32
A GOOD HORSE. CHEAP INQ
North 3rd Weal 1 r1147
CYEHUS CO EGG INCUBATOR AND
U)0-Chick brooder. A few picked games
1220 Indiana ave ell51
FINE JERSEY COW. 72S SOUTH
FOUl th East ellGO
BEDSTEAD SPRING MATTRESS 2
quilts. 2 pillow- M; 1 kitchen cupboard.
$.1 755 E. 2nd South ellffi
ROOMING-HOUSE. 14 ROOMS. MOD
em conveniences All or part furniture.
24; W 1st So. lc
IN ONE OF THE MOST PROSPER
OUS towns of Idaho we have a general
mi rrhnndlsp stock that will Inventory $1.
Pi, and we aro authorized to sell this for
76C on the dollar List year the own r s
ret profit was H.700 We would bt- pleased
to go into details with any one who may
be Interested
LITTLE ft LITTLE, No 4 W. 2nd
01H7
LARGE COUNTER SUITABLE FOR
bar soda fountain or lunch counter Bru
neau, 3j W . 2nd So. ell23
DINING TABLE. $15; LEATHER BOT
tom chairs. $1K; large gold coin base
burner $i IB B. 7th So ell38
RUBBER-TIRED CRITTENDEN LAN
dau carriage good as new J. P. Fowler
57 S. W. Temple. cSS8
HALF INTEREST IN A FINE PAY
lng grocery business, best location and
cheapest rent In the city ; rererenoes ex
ohang.s. Address E 17 'lYIbune eG63
SEND FOR FREE SAMPLE COPY
Salt Lake Mining. Review It's reliable
OLIVER TYPEWRITER. IN OOOD
condition Address E IS, Tribune el085
HEATING STOVE, GOOD AS NEW
n snap; parties leaving city. No II
K. vsor curt, 'rd E . bet. 4ih and 5th So
elOTS
.iNE CUTTER. 2 STRINGS OF BELLS
$10; a snap. 674 So. 5th East. el077
iN'E OF THE FEW PERFECT HEAJD
, Boston terrier dog--, dark brlndle. screw
tall, year ld. lowest price fSO, Hawkins's
barred rocks, Duston's Wyandottes. 198
S street. elWl
EOX TERRIER PI PS. CHEAP AND
choice of seven 463 W. 5th S6. elu75
BLACKSMITH'S TOOI.S, CHEAP
Call 6 p. m after Monday, No. MHO w :rd
South elt67
IK'RSE. SHEEP WAGON AND ONE
set of work harness; also lot of grocers'
counters, with bins and shelving, every
Ing in the line of household goods, cheap.
O. K. Fuwilture Co.. 806 So. State elOM
uK TRADE 90 HEAD OF HORSES,
.ill kinds. 15 buggies, all price; 13 delivery
and express wagons, 5 heavy wagons; 8
milk cows 5 sewing machines; 7 cabs and
hacks, stoves of all kinds; furniture,
whatever you want; blacksmith nnd car
penter tools; homes on the Installment
plan, from $7 60 p.T month Call nnd see
us. Utah Sale and Exchange Bureau, 63
West 2nd South eluSl
BROWN LEGHORN CHICKENS.
Will also sell r trade for chickens Peta
lun.a Incubator, 126-egg size. 15 Currant
st. e5
FINE OLD VIOLIN N At'i'Ol NT
of sickness. After 7 p. m . No 51 So 2nd
West c94S
PARLOR COOK STOVE AND THREE
common cook stoves'. Rear 29 So 4th
East.
ELEGANT COMBINATION FOLDING
bed with wardrobe and writing desk;
matting. Hat-ton desk, bureau, wardrobe,
cheap. 112 D. Keith building ;..!
ONE GOOD HORSE FOR SALE,
cheap. 65 Green St.; Capitol hill.
NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE;
siliablo for private or rooming; sell
cheap for cash. 206 W 2nd So., Shaw
terrace. , eSSO
"FINE LARGE FIRE-PROOF SAFeT
Redman Van and Storago Co. C13S2
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD. IOWA
stables. 129 W Bo. Temple. alios
YOU CAN SELL ANYTHING
through The Tribune. Ads under this
head frequently attract many Inquiries.
In every city some one paper has tho call
for this class of advertising.
VERY CHEAP. UPRIGHT PIANO.
Call at Room 210 Atlas block. aH9
TYPEWRITERS.
TYPEWRITER-; StLD RENTED. UK
paired, exchanged (all makesi, we also sell
billing machines typewriter supplies,
typewriter lurnllnre. and furnNti stenog
raphers and operators. Remington Type
writer Co., 172 s w Temple BelJ 'phone
1622-Y. C10I3
WE RENT ALL MAKES TYPE
writer Exchange. 02 W 2nd South. d451
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES.
ELECTRK AL SUPPLIES AND CON
strucUon. largo stock of latest chande
liers Inter-Mt. Eiec Co . 45 E. 1st So.
, ,
j WEATHER RECORD
Weather for T.iday rarlly elOUdy, with lo
cal snow,
Maximum trmpvrfllure, 10 rtg minimum
temperature, St del . mean trmporaUi-e, 32
dtK.. hleh In r, Iok nbn th normal
Accumulated deficiency of tompc-ratur lnc
th,- tirst ol the month i I -i-1
Ac. uniuln.tc.1 deflclency of temperaturn Mile..'
the rlrnt of .lunuary. 1" deg
Total preolplUltiOO from 6 p. m. to 8 p, m ,
none.
Accumulotel deficiency of precipitation sinco
th. flrnt of the. month inrli
Aeeuinuhvel deficloncT of precipitation since
the first of Jnnuarr Ii Inch
It J ilYATT, Local Forccaeter
SECRET SOCIETIES.
THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF
the Grand Lodge of Free and A0C Ptcd
Musons uu Utah tiro hereby notified that
its thirty-fourth annual communication
will convono in tho Masonic hall, City ot
ogden. Tuesday, tho 17th Inst., at 10
o'clock a 111 Qualified Masons are iordlal-
lv Invited, CHRISTOPHER DIEHL
Grand Socreuny.
MT. MORIAH LODGE NO, 2 WILL
hold a special meeting tomorrow (Mon
day) evening at 7:30 o'clock for F. C. de
gree work. Masons qualified Invited.
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL. Secretary.
- A O U. W -ALL MEMBERS ARE HE
quested to meet af A. O U W hall. 11
So. Main. Sunday. January 15. 1 P m '"
attend the funeral of Brother George W.
Martin of Ontario lodge No 1
e994 J ;G. MORRIS' . N.
A A 8. RITE THE FOUR CO-ORDI-nate
bodies of the A. A. R Rite of Free
Masonry hold statd meetings the third
Thursday In each month at tho Masonic
hall, corner Wect Temple and Second
South. Solonmlng brethren Invited.
WILLIAM J LYNCH. 32 deg
W M Jordan Ixdge of Perfection No -W
M James Lowes Chapter of Rose
Croix No 1
WALTER SCOTT. K. C. C. H.
Wise Master.
IRA O RHOADES. X C C
Commander Salt I-ako Council of Kodasn
No 1
FRED CLEM SCHRAMM.
K C. C H
T of k r-tah Consistory
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL. S3 deg .
Registrar for All tho Pod lea
S ARGENT A LODGE NO T F
AA-and A M At Masonic hail, first
JUT Tuesday of each month. Members
'rxcf ;t.-r iodges and sojourning
brethren Invited.
FRANK B SHERWOOD. W J-
MOSES C. PHILLIPS, Secretary
WASATCH LODGE NO I. F AND A
1 t- l ,, jt PrIH.iv eoch
month Members of sister lodges and so
journing brcthr.n In good standing In
vited. W", T LARRETTE, W. M
A j lowe Becrstary.
MT MORIAH IXlDGE NO 2. F AND
A M Masonic hall, second Monday each
rr.r nth Members of sister lodges and so
journing members In good Standing in
vlted. WILLIAM M RASH. W M
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL. Secretary
EL KALAH TEMPLE. A A. O. N. M
S Third Wednesday of each month Ma
sonic hall at 8 p. m All nobles tojoum
Ing Invited.
C F. JENNINGS. Potentate.
A BROWN. Recorder
I O O F
FIDELITY LODGE NO. 17. L O O. F..
meets ec-y Wednesday night at 3
o clock, I O O F temple Visitors wel
come H J CREAGER. N. G.
J C SMITH, Secretary.
I. O. O F. TEMPLE DIRECTORY:
Subordinate lodges meet as follows.
Utah lodgo No. 1. Thursday
Salt Lnke lodge No. 2. Friday.
Jordan lodge No. 3, Monday.
Rldgley lodgo No. 9. Thursday.
Enterprise lodge No 15. Wednesday.
Fidelity lodge No. 17. Wednesday.
Mystic lodge No 22, Monday.
rvr fPtrVTS
Oqulrrh encimpment No L second and
fourth Tuesday?"
Golden Rule encampment No. w. first
and third 'rSiesdays
REHEKAH LODGES.
Naomi Reh-kah lodgo No 1, second and
forth Baturdays. ,
Miriam Rebekah lodge No. 5. first and
third Saturdays.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
WOODBINE CIRCLE NO. U MEETS
every Tuesday, S o clock, at I O. O F.
ball
SILVER MAPLE CIRCLE NO 103
meets every Friday night at I. O O. F.
hall
FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA.
VISRGJUSETlODGE NO. 161 MEETS
every Monday at I O O. F temple.
B. W. MAYO. F M.
WM E JENKINS. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
CAT ANTHE MYRTLE LODGE NO 1.
everv Monday. K of P hall
C. E BAKER. C. C.
C. E HOLM AN K of R A 9. uS96
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 23. K. OF P..
meets every Saturday evening. S o clock,
K of P. hall.
ROCK? MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. X
Every Thurnday evening. IC of P hall.
KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES.
K O T M. SALT LAKE TENT NO. 2.
ffiverj Thursday. 1. O O F. hall. Visit-
Ing Knights invited.
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
aTtie iTYTlECO
meets every first nnd third Tuesday. 8 j.
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.
i RATERNAL BROTHERHOOD.
SEGO LILY LODGE NO. 262. FIRST
and third Tuesday, 8 p. in., A. O. U. YV.
hall.
ROYAL ARCANUM,
"ScTTlTnTTu 16lT2iTaT?L
Thursday. Jennings block
3 .'. 1' PLi:, Reget.
E L. JONES. Secretary.
DANISH BROTHERHOOD OF AMEK
ICA HAABET LODGE NO ti. EVERY 1ST
and 3rd Thursday I. O O F. tempie.
" REDMjSN
iTTTlXvaiTtTcTi
O. U. W. hall ever' Saturday night. dlOlO
BUILDING PERMITS.
Building permits Issued by tho Inspector
during the vast two weeks are as follows
James Pasty; between Sixth and
Seventh South and Plrat and Sec
ond East, brick cottage $ 900
J. P. Sorensen, 673 Sixth street, im
provements 100
i Warwick, corner II and Second
street, two-storv brlc k 3,100
S B ( taper r.-ar SH South State,
brick foundry 1.500
F T Roberts. Bet Ond and O, re
pairs L000
Covey nveotment 'o, Third South
between Firm arid Second Wl
two three-story modi ru brlcka, $sw
each 16,000
William ; Ehlert, M7 South Third
East, two-storj brick i.coo
George Curley. First West between
First and Second South, brick
cottage 1.000
C. Bonnard, 143 South West Temple,
shed M
J. A. Bardley, Second nnd Canyon
road. bit. k store and dv. lllng 1.500
p. ter Krogh. 732 South Second East,
brick addition 300
D C Dart, Third and R, brick cot
tage 2.00
VY G Loveridge. U7i East Fourth
South, brick cottage 1 000
Mrs. Harriett le, 430 South
Twelfth East, repairs 150
Samuel Oldham tM F street, luick
cottage 1,600
Mi s Bell Hagen, Lincoln avenue be
tween Tenth and Eleventh South,
frame cottage SOI
National Bank of the Republic, Main
ami Second South, entrance- to
bunk COO
L E. Bprague, between Eighth and
Ninth West and First and Second
North, brick cottage 1,000
Total J3L100
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BUSINESS MAKES
A GOOD START
Successful Season in
All Lines,
Real Estate Men Have
Several Important Deals
Pending.
Wholesale Grocer Has All the Trade
He Can Attend To Bank
Clearing-s Increase.
Interviews with retail and wholesale
dealers proprietors ar.d managers of de
partment stores, architect?, contractors
and real estate men, all go to show that
the fir3t two weeks In January, have
beon satisfactory from a business stand
point, and tho present healthy condition
of trade points the wav toward a success
ful sc-a?on.
"We have never had such a bright out
look at this time of the j ear before," said
the manager of a large Main street de
partment store. "Collection! were never
ho good, there seems to be plenty of
money In circulation, and our trade Is con
stantly Increasing. We fully expect to
Jncreapo. our sales 20 or 9 per cent over
thoso of last year."
Big Sales on Tap.
Real estate men. while not having closed
any very Important deals during the week,
have a number In prospect that will col
lectively run up Into the hundreds Of
thousands of dollars, and they expect a
continuation of the building conditions of
last season, with a probable increase In
tho number of sales Contractors have
their full quota of buildings to erect as
soon as the seancn opens, but juflt now
the architects are having a 'jreathlng
ppell. Those who Intend colliding homes
In the spring are tlll fljriring on the style
and size of houses they wont, and the
ar. hltect will not be given a chance to
submit blue prints or rough drawing of
prospective homes until It Is nearly time
for the contractor to bo engaged.
W. have practically all the business
we can attend to." said a wholesare grocer
th other day "Orders arc coming In
from new territory, our old customers are
buying In larger quantities and we notice
that more of them aro taking advantage
of cash-wlth-the-ordT prices than for
merly Tee, you may say that the year
lOTfi promises great things for the whole
saler and retailer as well
In act, the answer Of one dealer might
well be tak.-n for the answer of all. Thoy
feel that Salt Lake Is upon the verge Of
a much greater and more satisfactory
growth thun over before, and a united
action toward such B condition Stems to
have been well started.
Local Stock Mnrket.
The week lust closed has been one of the
liveliest In "local stocks seen for a long
time although the sugar companies have
rather monopolized the greater share of
the lncrca-se.1 activity . Consolidated Wa
gon hay moved up to 7 ' a haro. flfty
tlvo shares being transferred at this price.
Friday. Following are the lateet quota
tions. ticncret National bank JH'2!
Z C M. I 152.00
Home Fire In-mrance C,, 141 .00
ftah Sugar ro.. preferred - IBM
Common
Ftato Bank of Utah 12'52
Deseret Savins bank BJB.W
Zlon a Saving Bank and Trust Co W..0O
1'tnh National bank S'25
Provo Commercial nnd F-avlne r.ank IBS DO
Labi Commercial and Savins bank tW 00
Fit-it Natl, mil bonk - f Ogdcn Sil 00
Thatcher Bro Banking Co.. Logan 113.(0
R. cky Mountain Bell Tvlophono Co . ?4 M
Travis County tank. Farmlnctcc 110 oo
ti;dcn Savings bank 1C0 00
Con. Wagon and Machine Co N 0ft
Common 70.00
Frunon. C.iinU Sugar Co 11 02
Amalgamated SuRnr Co . preferred 95 00
Common 141.08
Idaho Sugar Co " 03
LewlRton Sugar Co 11.21
Sugar City Townslte Co 103.00
National Bank of th Republic ICO 00
BarncH Banking Co 125 00
Bonds
ciiurch bonds 101.00
i 'on. Kallwav and Power Co 90.00
Salt I-okc City railroad 101 00
Sutnpter Valley railroad . 101.no
ruin i'o. URtit and Power Co 101 CO
Bank Clearings.
An Increase of $1,122..14 In the local
bank clearings for th past week, as com
pnred with those of the corresponding
(reek a sear ago. Is another Indication
of Increased business at the beginning of
the year. The comparison for the dif
ferent days are given below:
1S05 1904
lanuury 9 t 74 5 7M.W4 M
lanuarv 10 792.071. 71 G43.M1 50
January- 11 101.01 3 MS.0 ,i
January 12 . 747.25.;$ 7.:.lo6.S
JanUATV 13 941. 4 JO 4M.4W IS
January 11 673.0S3 415.JW M
Totals 4.7M.7: V 11 54
Increase, Jl.-.FOB 14
MRS. JUDGE THE BUYER
Purchase of the Houston Block "Was
Consummated Yesterday.
Mrs Mary Judge is now the owner of
the fSouston block and lease at 2ol-3
South Main street, and t also In posses
sion of an option on tho ground which
belong to the William H 11 Bpafford es
tate Tho price given Is $40,000 The con
vvyanee for the lease and Improvements
was filed yesterday In the Recorder s of
il. -ind while the amount Specified was
but $1. It Is evident that the consideration
must have run well up Into the thousands
of dollars. The sale was negotiated by
T Hallorsn Af Mrs Judge has been
purchasing some of the finest business
properties on Main, Second and Third
South streets lor years, the deal of yes
terday Is but a small one as compared
With some of her holdlngH. It Is claimed
that she is by far tho larg-M real SStatS
owner in tho city.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Ernest F. Svhettler to Cliarlc A Olson.
SSRaot deed. MxSO roda In section 21,
townxhlp 1 nouth, rangu 2 west. tc t 100
11 HiiuKi'-i to .1 oli ii s ",iK-s L'c.xll r.vJs
In lot 12, hlock 2i. Klvn-acro plat A . . COO
.' W Mldclsy to F O. Frlck. ttzSSH
feet In lot 2, block SI. plot D. etc 2.600
H Dlnwoodey to Sarah K. Dlnwoodi
X3 li feel BOrthSSSt from 10 rod i-usi
Ol aouthweet corner lot 3. block 2. plat
M 1
.uiv II Ot.U.l to OttO O Oblad. 4 rods
and 3 feet by S rod In lot 7. block 22.
plat B . 200
BniniS P Morris to Mato B CromT. 10t
C rods northeast from northwest comer
lOt 8. block W. plut A 6.300
William II Cromer to li.hn A Williams.
ISixlM feet southeast from ?2H feot
east of QOrthWeSt corner lot (. Mock
Cfv plat A 3.400
Some to Edw IV Swan. IMx" ft
BOUtheSSl from norUWeSt conwr lot 6,
block 66, plat A 2.500
Charles Sharp to WlllUui C Butte rtlvld, '
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STEWART'S BILL
IS INDORSED I
Horticultural Society I
Meets. I
Takes Its Pick of the Ex
pariment Station Bills
Presented.
Proposal to Move Logan Experiment H
Station Stirs Up a Storm Seed- BPS'
less Apples Discussed bKbui
Iepislatlon now In progress or about to Hsny
come up for consideration at the hand? jBBSgl
of the Legislature, was a main topic of HbbR
Slacnssloh at yesterday's meeting of the Hb!
Salt Iike Horticultural society. Tho so- BBS
Clotv" alMO olentr..! new rrftce.rQ Tt- SBSSBffi
the public against the purchase of seed-
less apple trees on the ground that the ILEiB
apples from theo trees nr tasteless. ThN HH&B
Is a matter that has been receiving con- BBK
slderablc attention In the way of printed oHebb
nnd verbal discussion at the hands of BflB
hortlculluralieits In this section of T'tnh sbSH
during the fw weeks past. IHsBBB
The new Agricultural College expetl- Hl
ment farm bill was Indorsed as Introduced ssH
Into the House by Stewart SsHss
J. A Parry spoke on the advisability of SBbbrh
the horticultural bill Just Introduced Into HbB
the State Legislature, and spoke of th sssB
necessity of moving the Ixigan experlmen- 'BfWsi
tal station farm because of poor soil and Bsvn
of retrenching In State unlvcrslt ex- sSb
pons 88, because Ita courses and those of HEp5?
the Agricultural college wore In certain BHe?
respects identical. But the discussion Ha1
which followed his remarks was so warm ssWnfl
that the entire matter was finally side- !Hm
tracked HSar
Technical Skill Needed. BfcjSi
A proposition along the lines of agrlcul- Bssra
tural and horticultural progress, which Is IHh
now receiving much attention, Is that to BSd)
plaro the southern Utah experimental smbBS
station under the control of the Agrlcul- Bams
tural college expeii mental bureau. This BllaS
Is proposed because It Is said to bo better siS
to have one management and because the iste'-ia
experimental station at St George has lHR".J
now reached the point where much tech- IBLtR
nlcal work and instruction are necessary. Hjgsd
For these and other reas ms legislation to bBKS
the eff. i t specified will probably bo en- oHLf
at ted In the Immediate future. Tills will IHS
give the Agricultural college exportmen- BjslB
t.il station direct management of the St. HMH
QsOTgS farm It to also pioposed to os- BBB
soclate the State Horticultural board with bhBH
the Agricultural college managen-rent, as sbress
an advlson,' botrd. In this It is held there Br9
would he no duplicating of expenses along flyifl
the same line? of experiment and Instruc- WS
tlon to farmers, lls proposition Is a fittl
part of the latest bulletin of the southern bBBmbi
Utah experimental station. Issued by IBSo!
Joseph E. Parry. This bulletin goes on
at length to detail the work being -loi.e, RfilSI
and the progress being accomplished at
tho station and In that section of th
State where it 1 located by reason of this KsHtt
work nnsj)
Officers Are Elected lj
The County Horticultural society at yes-
terday's meeting chose the following of HHMT
fleers: President W. C Burgon, secre- iB
tare ;ind treasurer, X. D. J-nsen, ass'et- flni
ant secretary, I N Elliott: vice-presl- HHi
dent. U Heminway. district president. bsBm
'lr.-t J B Cox: second. F H. Walk third RnS?
John M Smith fourth. S D WallSi B iHBK'
llfth. W. J. Kiddle
The society will meet again January 3S. IHKji
- m
't acres In southeast quarter section l-SBSB
10, township 2 south, range 1 east .... .'0 f-f-BII
Same to Horrlet C Wolker. c acres In plH
section 30. township 2 south range 1 IIIB
east 1
Pavld M.-Konzle. Jr., to David McK.n lEffia
zle, 20 acres In Miction 21. township 1 H
( mil rulix 1 west I H
Mur A II Cannon to Dora O Vblker, H
7Sxi33 feet southeast from 153 feet south
of northwest corner lot S, block 2. plat H
soo ttm
James Eager to tiottfrted Eusciir. I.lix L
to fot northwest from o5 feet wcat of H
southeast comer lot 1. hlock S3, plat C. f-V) i-VBSB
K. M Mlchelson to A V Michelson. 10 BpH
acres !n northeast quarter section 20, H
township 2 HUtll, range 1 cast 100 JH
Sarah A. Hacker to Marshall Hacker. H
lota II. IS. 18, Liberty pork 2.0.10 l-BIH
T. A. Mill,- to it- National bank of B
Deodw.XKl. quit-claim dej. lots 11. 12. H
block 1. Liberty park plat Ft I 1
li.me Investment and Savings company
to same, lots 11. 12. block 1. etc.. T.lb- H
erty park plat B ...... , s H
Copper King Mining company to Ellrs- H
t.eth Livingston. Basin lode, etc . Htg H
Cottonwood . 2.008
Will Make Gloves at Logan.
Articles of Incorporation of the Logan
Glove and Tanning company were filed
with the Secretary of State yesterday.
The business of the company Is to manu
facture glomes and other leather products
und to buy and sell hides, leather wool I
and other Industrial products The amount
of the capital stock Is $10,000. divided Info
1000 shares of the oar value of $10 each
The first board of directors consists of I
Isaac Jorgensen. J. S Campbell, George I
A Boll, R I- Campbell and George I, Ind- j
qulst.
Business Notes. I
Edward IC. Ac-Mon has Just placed on the, I
market tho south half of block E-3. plat C, Salt
lake City Surrey, or V0 f. et frontage on First
outh between Ninth and Tmth Wst streets. H
The first lot. BBX1H feet was sold yesterday to H
QottMed Teuseher at 10 per foot or for ,J
rh plsea The puihaser of this lot will erppt '
at onc a handsome six-room brick cottage. I
Purlng the yan year Mr. Asbton reports a II
k-r-ut niajiy Improvements on tho west sldo.
Pert las whom ho represents havo erected In
tbo neighborhood of this block cottages whle
v i I I reflect credit on th- eaut aide. The out- I
look for large ImproM-ni.-nta on tho wpsi side 1
la entertained for 1906.
TEACHERS WANT LAWS. I
Legislative Committee Appointed I
Yesterday at County Institute. r'
County Te.ichors' Institute was held yss H
terdu morning In room U. L D S. I'nl- f
voralty building The meeting was opened MM
with a few words bv Superintendent I-
Smllh after which Prof William :r Stew- '
;irt of the University of Utah gave a lee- ,
tur - on 'Kindling a Worth v Ambition In h
the Mind of the Child " f. ;
Among other things Prof Stewart said
that the tepcher could not do this unless L
ha or she weiv deeply In earnest In the Mt
work of teaching. The teacher must love
the work and must have a n;itural love r
and sympathy for the child Many teach- - I
1-9 affect this interest, but only the rent t, MM
feeling can haVS any effect on the child. El;
Prof. Stewart recommended as a means P B
to '.wakening ambition the committing of j" , '' t
gems from literature to memory IBBJ
Prof Chrlstopherson gave the explana- a .
tlon of the music work for the teachers. R..-r
to bo used until the next Institute. A &- I
committee was appointed to present mnt- WA vv
ten Of Interest to the county schools to
the Loglsla-ure. Thoso selected were B. mt' '' '
W Ashton, James E. Moss ond John W. B -'
Smith. fife -"
The schools In District 29. which have. E-.'
been closed on account of smallpox, will Kf1
be sgnln opened nxt Monday All pre- IK"
cautions have been taken to make the J ,
1 lull (lings safe, K, '-: .r

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