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X",; THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 19101 9
itvvs of the Intermountain Region
HM'i office. 277 24th St. Boll PhonG Fll-Y. Office lours 8 a. m.
Mjnm to 10:30 a. m.; 6 p. m. to 8 p. m.
Efd Wants o Replevin
Bp From Man Who Didn't
Hho The Tribune.
HJK Jtfov. 6- By retaining posscs
fcrcrlaln mottled, scaly Gila mon
Hfttoso native homo is tho wilds of
Hp the proprietor of an alleged
IK'hdw which lms been running for
llHldays In the Orphcum building, Is
Hi'n cet into" sorlous troublo if C.
Bjutrd of 2846 Adams avenue suc-
JEiike show man arrived in Og
Bfjreck ago and after renting a.
Hla' the Orphcum block opened his
Hhhlch consisted of a. dozen snakes
Hfhilr fangs, and a sad-eyed woman
received a Gila monster from
Bln Arizona somo timo ago, but
K,,' to tire of the ugly pet and
Hfto dispose of It. The snake show
Hkd'It was Just the thing and of
HKoddard ?5 for it. The bargain
Hjade with the understanding that
Eaoy was to bo paid Saturday
Hnnikc show having received but
Hjerit5on from tho amusement lov
Kllc, the proprietor, whoso name
Bd has not been able to learn, pro
IKhc services of several dancing
KUl transformed the show into a
HJKible dancing exhibition with
imTided women as the main at
iEVflie police received complaints
I place was closed up Inst night.
JR'roprletor has probably left town
Koddard' Gila monster. Stoddard
lK!thc loss of his pet to the sher
Hice today but thuu far no tmce
HJinlnial or Its present possessor has
IMRATS WILL NOT
EfHIRE ELECTION HACKS
t6 The Tribune.
EX, Nov. i), Both Republicans and i
fctE of Weber county arc claiming
fang victory after next Tuesday's
Democrats say that recently num
f . Republicans have been llock
Irit Democratic headquarters ask
fcructions how to vote tho Dcmo
rito certain to carry tho county,
tit do not elect our entire ticket
IJffst a majority of I he offices,":
yirelary W. B. WUsou of the Dcni
cxtcutlvc committee this aftcr
ii Ie nothing to it but the usual
Iran victory, only the majority
much larger this year." la the
rold Packer, the Republican acu
Mzes up the situation.
Chairmen Samuel Dye of the Ke
i' party and W. Browning of the
pile party arc making propara
f Hie nnal battle on Tuesday. The
pursuant to the platform
pwaE adopted at the county con-iC-Tr'Hl
not hire any rigs on elec-1
vtl but arc dopending on the pa
loof the Democratic voters to
I. J0KE WAY PUT
IRPETRATORS IN JAIL!
Nov. 6. As a result of a
)ke played on J. Shupe, Carl
loo shiner employed at Mun
Etorc, and Richard R. Ilar
y be called upon to answer
:hargc In the criminal courts.
ys In order to discourage the
from loafing about the place
coat of black shoe polish to
Tho cleaning solution used, it
re. Is composed of a powerful
ood alcohol, The acid burned
ys face until it became ncccs
H a physician.
b father. Peter Shupe, of 722
in street, has bwohi to a war
c arrest of Ford and Harbct
5 feared that the lad's face
If OP SHETLAND
PONIES IS STOLEN
tig The Tribune.
ESirfUnY f'?c thieves got
B F" Iw night, when a hand
Cvi.t,iJ,et,laJd P'eK were stolen
Srinl? 0f C' W WriRht, at 3338
Won avcue. Mr. Wright Ik om
W me local agency of the Studc-yff-mpa,,y
of Salt Lake. The
ttn ri5 Btu0,cn fron' the stable
?ut werc returned the
w ar ft?1 nLBht Rnrt tnat I he tn
K'",0,? hT5vc been stolen this
WwhEJ: "Portorf his loss
wHboii this morning.
IKjriEoaera Arc Reticent.
L The Tribune.
fey'anrtM fBecausc William
Sfloca rll J- s,I"'v"i attempted
munB ?S uur'',,1, ,la-st nlK''1 wu.
P on ?ithM1ropr,olor- lI,ey were
forbln" lu1,c,Uire "f drunkenness
Hhe Hii i ,ycbco a,ld a'e b0'nK
UJ llc co.Jh 1 ,,,tJn'"f? 1'Cfirlng
me'ii tomorrow morning,
(te to ..from Br,Sliam city.
P Vfi-vE mCI' a,,y i'icHtlons nml
llttouB lhu "a!I,CB the' Bnvv
Kffy jypiioifi Fever-
KoSfcx5;p,i5ltrr - fiHw-t iiinf??
:ld so n of B V n n i "' tho
Rrdav U"J resort.
K fi a St Joseph s Cut J,
nymrirnlng t n oVWk
ALLEGED ROBBER PUTS
"KNOCK-OUT DROPS" IN BEER
Speclnl to The Tribune.
OGDI2N, Nov. C Suspected of putting
"knockout, drops" in a bottle of boor
served to Minnie Hoffman, n. V. Lloyd
wus arrested in tho Fashion lodging
house tonight by Detectives George
Wardlaw and Robort. Burt, after a tight.
The detectives said they found a bot
tle of iHUdamim In Lloyd's possession.
According to the story of two other
women in Klcotrlo alley, a similar bot
tle was seon on the table in the room
occupied by the Hoffman woman when
shj summoned them after becoming I1J.
Dr. W. J, Browning worked over the
woman two hours before sho was con
sidered out of danger. Thla is the third
cast; of drugging In Electric alley within
ten days. The Hoffman woman claims
to have been robbed of ?15.
LAST SAD SERVICES
FOR HARRY C. BLAINE
Special to Tho Tribune-.
OCDEiV. Nov. fi. Attended by the lo
cal lodges of B. P. O. IS. and the Loval
Order of Moose, beautiful and Impressive
funeral services werc held this after
noon over the remains of Harry C.
Blaine, tho popular Oregon Short Line
employe who died lust week from opium
poisoning. The services were conducted
by tho Rev. W. W, Fleetwood, rector
of the Church of tho Good Shepherd, at
tho Hcaton & ICirkondall chapel at 3
o'clock. The ritualistic Fcrviccs of the
fraternal organisations werc ospectally
impressive. Music was furnished by a
mixed quartette Burial was at the Moun
tain View cemetery-
Mrs. KendeU's Funeral
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. Nov. 6 Prominent officials of
the Mormon church from Weber and
Davis counties werc present at tho fu
neral services held at 11. o'clock this
forenoon In tho South Weber hall for
the late Mrs. George Kcndoll. wife of
Bishop Kcndcll of that ward. Bishop's
Counselor John Ray proslded at. the
services. Music was furnished by the
ward choir. Tho speakers were Presi
dent C. F. MIddloton. President L. W.
Shurtllff, President B. R Grant of the1
Davis stake. John Rlggs, Alexander Dal
ton. John Hooper. Counselors Eldredge
and Smith of the Davis stake, and
othors. The burial was in the Uintah
Pioncor Merchant Burled.
Special to The Tribune. ' j
OGD12N, Nov. G. In the presence of a
number of sorrowing relatives and ,
friends impressive funeral services were
held ovor the remains of J. R, Brown,
one of the pioneer merchants of Ogdcn.
In his home, 5"J Twcnty-th'ird street,
this afternoon at ..10 o'clock. The Rev.
J. E. Carver preached the funeral ser
mon. A quartette composed of mombcrs
of the varioub church choirs sang ap
propriate numbers. Burial was In the
John O. Colt Burled.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Nov. 6. Funeral services for
John C. Colt were held at the Fourth
ward mooting house this afternoon at 3
o'clock. Bishop E. A. Olson had charge
of tho uervlccs. Woodmen of the World
attended i xi a body and held tlv ritual
istic ceremony of the .order. 'lc by
the ward choir and solos wrrc uis by
Orson Grlffling and Mrs. Marian J. Clark.
The speakers were Fred Summerll.
Samuel G. Dye and Bishop Olsen. Burial
was at the city cemetery.
Donald Rosa Coming.
Special to The Tribune
OGDEN. Nov. i. Donald Rose, general
freight and traffic agent of the Illinois
Central railroad, will arrive in Ogden to
morrow morning over the Union Pacific
in his private car. From Ogdcn Mr
Rose will go to Salt Lake.
Looking for Junk Men.
Special to The Trlbuuo.
OGDEN, Nov. G. Sheriff Wilson has
been asked to look out for two men
who disappeared from Ogden about a
week ago with a horse and wagon be
longing to Abraham Singer, proprietor
of a second-hand store hero. Singer cn
gagfld the men to go out with the rig
to buy Junk.
Cattle With Glanders.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Nov. G, Four head of fine
Jersey cattle belonging to J. Crandall
of Rivcrdalo were found to be suffer
ing with glanders and at tho order of
Dr. E. A. Bundy werc ordered shot. Tho
order was carried out today.
Moran Finishes Paving.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Nov. 6. The Washington ave
nue pavement from Twenty-second street
to the Ogden river bridge was linished
today by the P. J, Moran Construction
company, and the street will now be
opened to traffic.
Funeral of Mrs. Friday.
.Special to The Tribune.
AMERICAN FORK. Nov. fi. Impres
sive services were held in tho Second
ward chapel at X o'clock this afternoon
over the remains of Mrs. Thomas S.
PWday. whose death occurred Friday
night. The pulpll. wiui appropriately
drapped foi- the occasion, Bishop Joseph
II. Slorrs conducting the services. The
bonne was tilled to lis capacity with
friends and relatives of the deceasm!
women, who were present to pay i licit
last tribute of respect to the departed
The floral desicn:! and offerings wore
very beautiful, the casket being literally
covered will. Mowers. Immediately utter
the services lhu remains were taken to
the cemetery, where Interment took
Mrs. Friday was the dnusrhter of Mr.
arid Mrs. .James C'hlpmati nf Salt Luke
City mid wiis born in American Fork In
187'J. lining !!! years of ;igt'. where ho
had resided up to the lime of her death.
.Special to The. Tribune.
PROVO. Nov. fi. In the district court
herts Saturday. Elodla Hansen of Salem
was granted an Inteiloi'utury decree of
divorce from Calin Hansen on the
grounds of failure to p-ovide, Flalniiff
was awarded the custody of a minor
child and SL'f n month alimony. The
in riles were married ill Salem In l'J07.
pta Sewcrofi & Sons Co.
K ah?al $i(ooof oo:.oo
HJWS and WOMEN'S FURNISHINGS,
BySATS, CAP SHOES and RUBBER GOODS
Hr &b Carry by far tlle lar&c3t exclusive wholesale stock oi
EtVe Unes bQtv7een Omaha and San Francisco. It you
iFjP shipments, send us your mail order.
JUGGLING THE Li!
Br IDWS BOARD
School Fund Robbed for Per
sonal Pelf and Political
Special to 1110 Tribune.
BLACKFOOT, Idaho, Now 6. Tester
day when the district land office closed,
here the sixty-day preference right pe
riod granted to the state by operation of
federal law In which to file on 11,000
ucros of .Fremont county lands, ten weeks
ago, several citizens of Fremont county
madu application to the state board of
land commissioners to abandon this land
to them for Individual filings. Land Com
missioner Day in an extended Capital'
News Interview referred to it as tho
most valuable land for the common
school fund to own as a part of tho re
mainder of the lieu lands In place of
occupied 16 S. and 36 K. S. The state
hind board refused to act then, but pro
ceeded to flirt with the settlers for politi
cal purposes. Day made the; applica
tion for survey of these lands and is In
that portion of Fremont county where
the lands arc located. In t5 north and 43
east, negotiating for an exchange of these
lands for the votes of the people for TIr
Brady and Mr. MoDougall. This is a dis
tinct loss to the common school fund In
the face of the scarcity of available land
SOCIAL EVENT AT POCATELLO :
SILVER. WEDDING PARTY
Special to Tho Tribune. .
BLACKFOOT, Ida... Nov. 6. Threo hun
dred of the best citizens of Blackfoot
and vicinity assembled at the Odd Fel
lows' hall Saturday evening In honor of
the twenty-fifth anniversary of the mar
riage of Mr. and Mrs. David Henry
Mr. Biothan came to Blackfoot twenty
seven years ago, at which time ho was
engaged in the harness business. He
soon broadened out his business, adding
other lines of merchandise until his store
became a leader In general merchandise.
Ho. has been actively identified In the
development of the city, being largely
instrumental In establishing the present
city waterworks system, and is now one
of the leading merchants.
There wcro no ministers in Blackfoot
when Mr. Biethan was married to Miss
Susie Holb rook twenty-five years ago.
The ceremony was performed by Chief
Justice Hayes- Since their marriage they
have continuously resided in Blackfoot.
earning for themselves the confidence and
respect of the city. II was a pleasure
for their many friends to meet them upon
their silver wedding day.
Tho I. O. O. F. hall was very taste
fully decorated for the occasion In silver
tinsel and silver hearts Mr. and Mrs.
George Holbrook and Mr- and Mrs, B. II.
Holbrook received with Mr. and Mrs.
Biehtan. Mrs. Blanche Eldredge. Mrs.
G. T. Mansbrough. Mrs. B. V. Howies and
Mr. and Mrs T. A. Hayes assisted-
A delightful programme Was given.
Mrs. Karl P. Brown read a selection.
Professor Rowdon, baritone assisted by
Miss Ethel, Terry, sang several of the
love songs of Schumann, greatly to the
delight of their friends. The programme
concluded by the reading of "An Old
Sweetheart of Mine" by Miss Mary Selec,
whose rendering of the nloce was made
more effective by tho piano accompani
ment of Miss Susie Biothan.
I Ucfreshments were served after the
rrogrammc by ihc young lady friends of
Miss -Susie Biethan. Many substantial
presents expressed the sincere regard In.
which Mr. and Mrs. Biethan arc held.
Mr. and Mrs. Biothan and their son
and three daughters mako their homo
one of the most attractive in Blackfoot.
Miss Susie is assisting her father in
business; Leonore Is a senior at Leland
Stanford university; Howard Is attend
ing Boulder (Colo ) university, and Win
ifred la in school at Blackfoot.
SOCIETY LADIES RAID
SALOON IN SALMON
Five ladies of Salmon, leaders In church
and social circles, yesterdav raided the
Buckhorn saloon and. It Is alleged, se
cured evidence which should result in a
conviction for selling intoxicating Ikiuors.
The ladies marked a bottle and gave
It. to T, 13. Lincoln, who went, into' the
saloon with another young man. There
they bought seventy-five cents' worth of
alleged whisky, which was placed in tho
marked bottle. This bottle Lincoln hand
ed over to the delegation of ladles, who
were waiting outside the saloon. The
ladles nulled the cork and. to the best of
their knowledge and holier, pronounced
the contents to be whisky. In a bodv
they then marched into the sa'oon. where
they found two business men stand
before the bar. sociably indulging in al
leged soft drinks. The spokeswoman of
the crusaders addressed the amazed bar
tender. Fnmk Andrews, "WeJI. Frank,
you did not expect to see us. did von?"
Tt is said that Andrews declared that
no whlskv was behig sold there, and that
He grabbed the lassos on the bar and
threw thorn Into a tub of water. 'n
ladles declare that the fragiance arialng
from the liquids did not resemble thnt
associated with any soft drinks with
which they are acquainted. Formal com
plaint was lodged with tho eoijnty attor
ney, and the case will be heard before
Judge McCrncken next week.
Several other ease of al'eged violation
of the local option Inw will be" heard at
the session of th district court In Da
cember. Some r( theo cases relate to
the Buckhorn saloon, the evidence hclwr
secured mainly through Hie offnris of de
tectives In the employ of the Anti-Saloon
league In the coming election hre partv
linen will bo obliterated nd Ihc Is-oio
fought on' sokv on the neryonal stand
Ins: of each candidate on the liquor question.
Tragic Dcalh of a Boy,
Special to Th Tribune,
ST. ANTHONY. Idaho. Nov, f,. Th
Utile H-yiMiTrOld son of M- L. Ful'cr of
Marvsvijle. n fw mile- north of t thl
city on the O. S. L. railway, met death
In a omewl'at tragi" manner Fri
day The father -whs fmoloyod in the
Farn'ors' Elevator & ExchatiKo comnany'K
building at that place and bis Utile son
nlnyed near him In nome manner a
heavy ear door fell on the child and hiu
death resulted some few noun: later.
t Moeting-Houpo Dedication.
Special 'to The Tribune.
PHOVO. Nov. i:. Tlw now SiMh ward
meeting house wa-- dedicated today and
tho members of the ward juiiiod mil In
:rea( numbers to attend 'he services.
,'l'h'- meeting vus presided over by Bishop
Ftalpli Poult op. and the dedicatory prayer
wni offered by Apostlo John Henry
J. Golden Kimball in Provo.
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO. Nov. i;, J. Golden Kimball
wax. In Provo '.oday to . reorganize the
H&li quorum of se.vcntlns.
It ought to be a pleasure for
every good citizen, regardless of
politics, to show how they appre
ciate the fact of having such men
as CHARLIE READ offer for im
portant office He is the Ameri
can nominee, for treasurer. He'
should be- supported by every tax
payer anu every other good citizen
OFFICERS KEPT BUSY
Special to The Tribune.
ST. ANTHONY. Idaho. Nov. fi. That
"bootlegging" is going on in .Fremont
county is tho Idea expressed by the au
thorities, who are actively engaged In
an attempt to stamp it out. A number
of arrests have been marie at Rlgby.
Aahton, Rexburg and one here for soil
ing liquor without the proper authority
to do so. Soveral cases were tried at
Rexburg yesterday and Attorney Frank
Soulo. acting for the county attorney, se
cured the conviction of the parties In
volved and they will have their trial at
the forthcoming term of court.
Thomas George nnd a man by the namo
of Slmms, residing at Ashton. were ar
rested 3ome few days ago by Sheriff
Harropp for selling liquor contrary to law.
This Is the second count for George, ho
having heen arrested on the same charge
some weeks ago. but was allowed to go
free for want of sufficient evidence to
The old. old story, told times without
number, and repeated ovor and over
.ltnn for the last 36 years, but it is al
ways a welcome story to those in search
of health There is nothing in the world
that cures coughs and colds as quickly
as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Sold
by all dealers.
Vote for D. J. GREEN for audi
tor. He is a first-class account
ant, and a most excellent citizen..
And J. S. BARKER is the very
man the people will get good re
sults from as county surveyor. He
has had wide experience in the
citv engineer's office and should
have every American vote.
Yankee Consolidated Mining company.
Principal office, room No. S07, Ncwhouso
building. Salt Lake City. Utah.
Notice There arc delinquent upon the
following described stock on account of
assessment No. 3 of two cents per share,
levied on the uth day of October. 1910,
the several amounts, sc). opposite the
names of the respective shareholders as
No. No. Anil.
Cert. Shares. Due.
W'cishlman, !W. Jl . 'jr. 5 .50
Noltlng. Julius........ ' '-'& .f0
Sullivan. Mrs. Ella.. G'JO r00 10. U0
Sullivan, Mrs. Ella.. H'-JL' .".00 10.00
Bean. Dr. J. II 1. DIM 200 LOO
ray. Blanche 13 - I'JS 100 U.OO
Woodward. Geo. R. A--H2 100 'J.OO
Welghiman. Mrs. U. A- 50 1.00
WHghtman. Mary ..A- W5 50 1.00
Wall. II. F A-.I5D7 100 2.00
Weightman. Mrs. R..A-72S CO 1.00
Fliihcr, M. O A- SGG 100 2.00
Spranklc. Jos. F A-12SI lJ '-.00
Gould. J. B A-KiOI 100 2.00
Rosenloff. P A-1U10 100 2.00
Kni pp. Chas. II A-i::"l 500 10.00
Knlpp. Chas. H A-i:i:t2 500 10 00
Fisher, M. O A-i:i::i 200 1 .00
Robinson, Jennie K..A-152I 500 10.00
.Sullivan, Ella -lGt9 1000 20.00
Howard. II. II A-HW0 100 S-.00
Myers Anna T A -220 1 200 1 .00
Spargo. Est. of J A -21 1 1 200 1 00,
Sheldon. Louisa W..A-2::90 500 10. 00
Storer. K. ;...A-25::2 SOO.'I 10.00
Wa us. Theo. L A-26SK 100 2 .00
Liirsen. A. L B- .1 100 2.00
Chlpuiau. M. & 1 15- 12 100 S 00
ishepard. Geo. A B- -IS I 500 jij.OO
Smlthcrs. P. L B- 136 1000 20.00
Havener. W. M B- 1S2 010 S.00
Havener, W. M B- 191 100 2.00
Stoneham, C. A. Co..B- 205 100 2.00
Sloncham. C. A. Co..B- 2.0U 100. 2.00
Stoneham. C. A. Co..B- 207 100 2.00
Reynolds. J. A B- 213 (15 1 .:!0
And in accordance with the lav, and
an order of the board of directors, made
on the 5th day of October. 1910, so many
shares of each parcel of stock us may
be necessary will be sold at public auc
tion at the office of the secretary, room
No. S07. Ncwhousc building, Salt Lake
City, ft ah, oil Tuesday, the 22d day or
November, ai 2 o'clock p. in. of said day
to pay the delinquent assessments there
on, together with costs of advertising and
c.vpcnscb of sale.
A. K. CANFIELD. Secretary.
Yankee Consolidated Mining Co.. room
ROT. Newhouse building. Salt Lake City.
IN THE l.MSTRTCT COURT OF THE
United Stales for the District of Utah.
In the matter of Charles L. Hub
bard, bankrupt. No. 1(01 In bankrupt
cy. Petition for discharge.
To the Honorable John A. Marshall, Judge
of tho district court of the United
States for tho District of Utah:
Charles L. Hubbard, of Sail Lake City.
In the county of Sail Lake and state of
Utah, in said district, respectfully iep
rcscnts that on the 17th dny of August
last past, he was duly adjudged bankrupt
under tho acts of congress relating to
bankruptcy, that ho has duly surrendered
all his property and rights of property,
and has fully compiled with all the re
quirements of said nets ami of the or
ders of tho court touching his bankruptcy.
Wherefore ho prays that he may be
decreed by the court to have a full dis
charge from all debts provable against
his estate under said bankrupt acts, ex
cept such debts as aro excepted by law
from such discharge.
Dated this 5th day of November. A. D
1910. C. L. HUBBARD.
ORDER OF NOTICE THERl'JON.
District of Utah.
On this 5( h day of November, A. D.
1910. on reading the foregoing petition It I?
ordered by tho court that a hearing be had
upon the same on tho 21st day of Novem
ber. A. D. 1910. before said court at Salt
Lake City. In said district, nt 10 o'clock
In the forenoon, and that notice thereof
lie published in thu Salt Lake Tribune
a newspaper printed In said dlstrlcl, and
that all known creditors and othr per
sons in Intercfit mav appear at the said
lime and p!ac and show cause. If any
l hoy have, why the prayer of the said
pelltlorii-r should not Ke granted.
And It Is further ordered by ihc court,
that the rlerk .'.hall nend by mall to ail
known creditors copies of said petition
and this order, address."! to them ai their
places nf residence as stated.
Witness the Honorable John A. Mar
shall. Judge of the said district i-iuri.
-wo) t tie "fiil thereof it C"U ' If '
in said dlstvlct. on (he 5th dnv of No
vo in her. A. . 1910.
Altesf. .IKRUOLD It. LETCHER.
CSeal of court) Clerk,
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ARNOLD '& BROWN.
20 ACRES IN CALIFORNL.3ior 40
acres in Wisconsin. 311)00. 00. 80 arrex
In Wisconsin. .$2000.00: 1fo acres In Wis
consin JtSOO.00. 100 acrs n Nevada.
$900.60. JO town lotr. In Illinois. SC.f.c.OO.
want a residence In northeast part of city
or u good residence plot of ground or
will take 20 per cent payment In diamonds
or rash balance in mortgage back In 10
qual annual payments on any or all. Ad
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WALL PAPER GLEANING
flee Duval's paper store. Work guar
anteed. Ind. 11-tD.' Bell 3151. vl097
BIELSER In this city. November 6, 1910.
Emanuel Biclser. a native of Switzer
land. In his twenty-iiinlli year. The re
mains arc being prepared for interment
by lhu Quallrougli-ClllcotL company, 544
South Main street.
LE CHEMINANT At U3I Wcsl North
Temple street. November -6. 1910. of
general debility. Elizabeth J. M. Lc
ChcmiiDJtit, born June 28. ,is:t9. In Eng
land, The funeral services will be held
Wednesday a I Pleasant Green ward meet
ing house. Intereiiient will be Ih Pleas
ant Green cemetery. The tlrnc of the
funeral services will be announced later.
Friends are Invited to the services.
SMITH. In Kemmcrer. Wyoming.
Josephine, daughter of Joseph B. and
Minnie Lloyd Smith, aged o years, 9
months and 18 days. The funeral will
be. held in Joseph William Taylor's fu
neral parlors at 2 o'clock Wednesday afl-ernoon.
remains of the late Estella. Slater, aged
34 years, wife of Nathan N. Slaler. will,
bo hold Wednesday al 11 a. m. from tho
funeral chapel of Joseph William Taylor.
21 South West Temple street. Friends
arc invited to attend. Interment in City
DAVIES Funeral services over the re
mains of Walter R. Davics. who died
in this city November 4. 1910. will bo
held from O'Donnell &. Co.'s chapel to
day. .(Monday) at 2 p. m. under the aus
pices of Rocky Mountain lodge No. fi.
Knights of Pythias. Interment at Mt.
EBER W. HALL. UNDERTAKER AND
cmbalmer. 1C4 S. West Temple. Phon.
THE QU ATTROUGH-AX.L.COTT CO..
offering a modern residence for funeral
purposes. Phones 3353. 544 Main st. r3053
LARGE STOCK TO SELECl jROM. R.
McKcnzlo. Display yards 422 So. State.
ROYAL CMENt' BURIAL VAULTS
put in on four hours' nolle: cost, from
?2a to t50. Ind. 3257. Bell 525. h383S
M. E, COLK.MA.N, LICENSED EM -bnlmor.
funeral director. Call Ind.
phone 1933. " r633
THE LEADING FLORIST W. W. KINO.
214 E. 2nd So. Both phones 37. b297
HUDDART Fl'oRAI. CO.. OPPOSITE
Grand theater. Phones 10C. Cut flow
ers and funeral deslgna. nlG23
HOBDAY &VRA Y." FLORISTs7247 SO
State. Both phones .34.72. U23
YIOVING, STORAGE. PACKING,
WE SHIP H H GOODS TO ANY PART.
of United States, cut rates. Kimball
Wrfliind Storace Co.. 19 W. 1st So. m266'J
WANTED MAIE HELP
M. J. DIXON EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
skilled and unskilled laborers furnished.
10 Bast 1st South, cor. Commcrclol. Boll
phone 2?35!; Ind. 923. P42
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT "aGENCY
Holel. rontaurant nnd household help.
E, Headquarters for laborers.
65 weBt 2nd So Phones 464. e7
VISIT nENAGER'S BUSINESS COL
lego before you docide to enter else
where. Get the best. 49 So. Main; .t-.
Both phon. d2519
60 MEN TO SOAK THEIR WATCHES
and diamonds at Uncle "Frank's Loan
office, 5 East 3rd South. Ind. phone 952.
UNCLE SAJM LOANS MONEY. ANY
old thing, from an old tin watch to a
diamond ring. 30 E. 1st So. r20a5
PHILADELPHIA LTFE INSURANCE
Co. desires the services of energetic
ngenta of good address. Experience de
sirable, but not essential. Liberal flrat
ycar commission and renewal lncomo
contract. Leads furnished. Wm. Esard.
supervisor. CM Newhouse building. r354o
SCANDINAVIA:: AND GERMAN Em
ployment agency. We furnish all kinds
of help, 121 W. So. Temple. Bell 3070:
Ind. 17S5. B1506
GOOD PRICES PATD FOR GENT'S
clothing, trunks, valises, etc. Monoy to
loan on all articles of value. GO Com
mercial st. Bell phone 334S. s!943
TWO VDOD SOLICITORS ON COMMIS
slon. with weeklv advance: good prop
osition. 123 Atlas block.' s:'b35
SHEPPARD'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
phones Ind. 7-Jl'. Bell 3531. 120 West
2nd South sr. Headquarters railroad
diner and eating houses help: all kinds
of help furnished'. s2831
WANTED RAILWAY MAIL, CUS
toms. internal revenue clerks: spring
examinations In Salt Lake City; prepara
tion free. Franklin Institute. Dept. 339 -.
Rochester. N. Y. n6t
MAN TO WORK 160-ACRE RA,NCII. IN
Idaho. Llhorai terms. Address X-4S.
CLIFT HOUSE FURNISHED ROOMS.
headquarter? for and special rates to
hotel and restaurant employees: situa
tions obtained without charge. Ind. 35o4.
ABLE BODIED MEN WANTED FOR
the U. S. marine cOrps. between the
ages of 19 ,uul 35. Must be native born
or have first papers. Monthly pay Slo
to 569. Additional compensation possible.
Food, clothing, tiunrtcrs and medical at
tendance free. After 30 years' service
can retire with 75 per cent of pay and
allowances. Service on board ship and
ashore In nil parts of Iho world. Apply
at I". S. Marine Corps Recruiting office.
New Windsor hotel. Salt Lake City. Utah.
FOR OFFICE WORK. YOUNG MAN 1C
to IS; must underotand stenography.
Adoroi-a Y-23 Tribune. tS
FIRST-CLASS COATMAKER. KEED
all. 25 E. 3rd So., upstairs. tl50
TWO GOOD ENTERTAINERS FOR
saloon at Elko. Nov.; good wages Ap
ply Grill. 2G4 25th st. Ogden. t315
WANTED TWO Bl'SHELMEN AT
once. Bradford Clothes Shop, li S.
Main sL t2Sl
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. BASE
iiKint First Congregational church. We
get vou n position free of charge. Tele
phones Ind- 3f,Gfi. Boll 5S22. t305
ATTEND HENEGAR S BUSINESS COL
Ivgo If you warn Ihc host Instruction
anil a good position w'non through. New
students may enter any time. t779
YOUNG MAN TO ASSIST PJIOTOG
rapher: no experience necessary, must
furnish references. Apply I to 5 today.
230 .1 si. IS48
TAILOR FOR REPAIRING SECOND
hand clothes: good pay. 3 Commorclal
FIRST CLASS BARBER.
115 So .Main. tSI5
BOY, FLUFF RUG FACTORY. WM.
Ridgway, 551 State. Boll phuno '5189,
YOUNG MAN, GOOD BOOKKEEPER,
wages small to start; roferunces want
ed. Address Z-S, Tribune. 1857
WATwTTJD FEMATiE. HEJjP. ... .
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, BASE
mcnt ot First Congregational church,
vvc get you a position free of charge.
Telephones. Ind 30G(5; Bell 5622: t3G4
WOMAN FOR ' LIGHT H"OUSEKEEP
1 1S and to care for old lady. Phone
Boll 2S0S-K. t375
LADIES TO BOimtW MONEY ON
the"r diamonds fron Uncle Frank. 8
Eaet 3rd South. Ind phone 982. f5D2
1000 LADIES TO CALL AT CULVER'S
sample shoe shop; save monoy on your
shpes. S.ulte ,201 MclnLyrc building. GS
Main st . r3093
LADIES TO MAKE J15 TO ?25" WEEK
during opare time horrin: no experience
necesBary. Woman's Art Exchange.
rooms 38-39. 3rd Hoor. Eagle block. b2555,
YOUNG GTRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
work; may attend school part of day;
close In; good home. 50 Gordon ave.
WANTED STENOGRAPHERS AND
bookkeepers to register with the Under
wood Tj-pewrlter company for positions.
No charge for tho service. 16 Exchange
Place, Newhouse building, ,82726
WAWTED, COMPETENT GIRL; GOOD
wageg. Apply 55 1st ave. s3675
EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR SMALL
family; no washing; ' Call from 9 to 12.
S In morning, 512 E. 2nd South. . 97
YOUNG GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSE
work. Apply mornlHgs, 14 Cummlngtf
apts.. lBt avo. and D at. tl91
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
665 2nd ave. Bell. 4,1.27-K. t405
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 124 G street. 1657
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK:
small family; good wages. Apply S13
East 2nd South. , t645
LADIES WANTED TO WORK HOME
during their spare time: experience un
necessary; reliable help only. Apply 253
W. 3rd South. 1720
POSITIONS SECURED OR TUITION
refunded If you attend Hencgar's Bnsl
neos college. You run no risk. Enter
GOOD. COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN-:
era I housowork: small family. 361 4tli(
GTRL FOR COOKING AND GENERAL
houpcwork;. small family. No. 1G 4th.
East st. 1595
POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER: STATE
age in firsl letter. W. H. Wallace, gen
eral delivery. Ogden. tS43
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEKEEPER.
must be good plain cook: family of 2;
references. Call Monday p. m., Dorlus
apt., corner 1st a'c. and H st. tS5S
YOUNG MAN STENOGRAPHER: Al
reference: salary no object. 2055 So. 8th
East Bt. tl9
EXPERIENCED YOUNG JAPANESE
cook wants situation in good family
In citv. Write at once to E. D. 1C, room
28. 15 W. 2nd South. t230
WANTED. WORK. IN EVENING AS
bookkeeper, ticket taker or hotel clerk.
Y-39, Tribune. t307
PLAIN JAPANESE COOK OR WAITER,
in family. Y-44, Tribune. 1393
JAPANESE FOR HOUSEWORK IN
family or hotel porter. Call Bell phone
2895. Ind. 3234. t70S
A JAPANESE SCHOOL BOY WANTS
position, while attending school. Y-49:
POSITION .WANTED BY YOUNG MAN
with beat reference. Experience as
general office man and salesman, also,
full knowledgo of coal business and min
ing business and oil selling. Can make
good. Address Y-46. Tribune. t507
YOUNG MAN WANTS WORK ON"
ranch or chicken ranch, doing chores
around place. . Rcasonablo wages. Ad
dress Y-5S. Tribune. ' -t513
EX PER IE NCED BOOKKEEPER: WILL
work on accounts, or collect parL of
time. Y-25. Tribune. IS55
schedules a specialty; prices reasonable.
Room 203, Judgo bldg. sl6pl
WANTED WASHING AND IRONING
to do at home: lace curtains a special
ty. 2S W. 0th South. t40S
LADY WTSUES SEWING IN PRIVATE
or public. 4C6 Cody st., 5th East. t70.4
WANTED SITUATION AS HOUSE
keeper. by a refined young woman; ex
perienced. Address Z-2, Tribune. t723
WASHING AND IRONING TO BRING
home. Bell 20t9-X. ' tG61
desires permanent position: four years'
experience; touch operator; can use
graphophonc. Y-54. Tribune. t5S7
YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER.
high school graduate" six months' ex
perience. Call Bell 1779-Z. t590
WANTED TO BUY
SHOES. SUITS AND OVERCOATS.
Cull Edward Green. Bel phono 5021.
Ind. 3273. b2643
Sold, rented by day. or cleaning done.
Stewart-Glocoon Co., 3C W. 2nd South.
Bell 290. Ind. 702. tG56.
her and steel stamps, stencil seals,
typewriters and supplies. Salt Lake
Stamp Co.. 65 W. 3rd So. 32492
DrT"e m! KYSOtT202oToTu
Park bldg.. 10tf South Main. Bell 395 1
Ind. 117-R. " m34,i'
nnd chemists, removed to 229 South
V.'cst Tomplo. W1792
UNION ASSAY OFFICE. 152 SOUTH
West Temple. P..O. box 14iG. nl510
BETTLES. MATH HZ CO. A. F.
Bardwoll, manager. 15S So. West T"m
plt. Both phonca. fsi;
R. H. OFF'ICKR X: CO, ASSAYERS F,J
South West Temple st Salt Lake
TEACHING OF MANDOLIN
dolln; private lessons given: hours 10
to 0 dally. Room 323, Constitution bide.
PLUMBING, HEATING AND
Bell 2530. 137 E. 2nd So. Ind; 1813.
KEY FITTING, LOCK WORK
FOWLER REPAIRS ANYTHING.
Phono Key, Gun and Blko worka.. 122
West 2nd South. ' a2594
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR STRICT- H
ly fresh eggW. Royal Cafe. r3965 H
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS' WANT-
d: will pay you first-class prices. H. H
C. Fisher & Co.. ICS "go." W. "Temple. 'Bell iH
5171. Ind. j)G4. e25Sj
ALL KINDS SECOND-HAND r CLOTH- "111
lag. trunke. vallr.es;. best prices paid. 24, Jl
Commercial st. Reply by postal cord. H
3771 Bell. . .. , t7
YOUR OLD CLOTHING. WILL CALL.
Salvation Army. Bbth- phones! ,t219I
TO DO 'YOUR UPHOLSTERING. "'AND '''i
mattress remaking. 1 Utah Bedding- and M
Mfg. Co. Both 'phono 3S3. .Vb303
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR IRON. "111
brass, rags, bottles! fObbor. copper, otc. B
Utah Junk Co.. 840 So. 4th West. Phone
229. , tp!972
UNCLE FRANK'S LOAN OFFICE. 5 E.
3rd South. Money on' diamonds, watches, H
jewelry ; low interest. Ind. frhone 952. f590 1
LAKE HAND LAUNDRY; ONLY HON-
est work; p'.case try once. Phonca 2594. H
S38 W. 1st South. f4001
TO RENT HORSE. ABOUT 1200 DBS.
Tel Ind 2101. ' . , ". k22&3
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR OLD
clothes and trunks. Call Bell. 4573. 67
Commercial streot, r2789
LACE CURTAINS JiAijLD-LAUNDERED.
satisfaction guaranteed. Bell phono H
4075-K. . r3416
BEST PRICESAID FOR YOUR OLD
clothes; gentlemen's suit?, .over coats. 1
ladles' suits and Bklrta. A. B. Engle.
Ind.3273, Bell 5021. b293
WHAT IS IT?
What Is It that will go up a chimney
down, but It won't gp down a chimney
up? McConahay's dollar umbrella... &4.
Main st.. Tho Jeweler. s2202. jH
WILL SHIP CAR H. H." GOODS TO I.OS
Angeles nnd one to Chicago within next
10 days: very reasonable rates. Kimball
Van & Storage Co.. 19 W. 1st South. '"
LISTINGS ON GOOD FARMS. HAVE
customers anxious to buy. Colonial
RCaltv and -Trust Co.. 22 E. 1st South"
Phones 4567. '33563"
RELINING OF COATS "AND'TVIENDW:
a specialty. 522 - Atlas block. BH
phone 5724. tm
ALL MAKES OF SEWING MACHINES'
repaired; work guaranteed. Thomas
Nalsh. 23 W.. 1st South. Phones. Ind IH
105S; Bell !028. . :t44
WANTED, AT ONCE TO SUB-LEASE"
kitchen and dlnlnc room in new' 'first.
class hotel; , splendid opening Tor. com- IH
potent party; none but thoroughly e.xpe- ll
rlcnccd parties need apply. The Wander-
in, Nam pa. Ida. . .rt2'.i3. fl
LADIES' CHILDREN'S AND ' MEN'S IH
clothint. Dopere't. Furniture Co,, 70 atid
72 S'o. West Temple st. Drop postal
will call. , 'lull 9fl
5-ROOM HOUSE. WITH YARD; BY H
small, careful family. Anderson, "l IH
E. 5th South. t58G HI
ONE "MALE AND FEMALE UNDE- HI
scrlptlve ticket to San Francisco
nearby. 315 Windsor hotel. . IS5
STOVE AND RANGE REPAIRS H
WESTERN FOUNDRY ,t STO RE- HI
pair Work 3. Castings made for any
stove, Water Jackets cleaned. All makes HI
of water Jackets" for sale. We' make a ill
specialty of furnace grates and repair.. HI
Rear 551 So. State st. Telephones 1474 HI
LININGS. GRATES .AND WATER- HI
Jackets, all makes, put In your stove or- HI
range; fair price. G. D. Lovett foundry.
44 No. 7th West. Bell 2304-K; Ind. 2S1S. HI
PURS AND TAXIDERMISTS HI
WE DO EVERYTHING IN THE FUR ' HI
and taxidermist line and carry com
plete ntock of manufactured goods: pay
highest prlco for raw furs and era mo HH
heads. R. Stensel Fur .Co.,; 57 E. 3rd So. HH
i . , 0.3 1S2 N
FURS REPAIRED. REMODELED , AND HI
order work; expert furriers; lowest
prices in town. Drummers' Sample Fur
Shop. 259j So. Main. - . 82461
TURKISH BATHS Hi
massage, manicuring, hair dressing. fvl
Sanitarium parlors, 52 West 3rd South. &CH
Bell 491. Ind. 1818. f3189 HI
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY III
but loan you within 10 per cent on IliVl
them at any time. All transactions con- tlSH
fidentlal. Utah Loan & Jewelry Co., '16 IRmH
E, 2nd So. " JS2459 Hf
ENGRAVING. ' l
best work: reasonable, prices; prompt Eg H
deliveries. Pembroke Stationery Co.. 64
W. 2nd South. Salt Lake. B1905 kff
enccd dressmaker. ' Eoll 5529, Trid. 4519. H
Temple: Baddies, horses, flrst-clasif wil
driving horses, single or double. Ind. fill
phone 4 IPS. fl!936 tffll
SEWING TVZACHINE EXCHANGE II
chine r 335 to $Q0' machines for $10 I
each: drop-heads and . cabinets: repair- t'lH
ing of all makes. Come to 23 W. 1st So,. KjlH
Young & Raleigh, . Bell 302S,Mnd. WS,. ffi !
ALARM CLOCKS . l
alij alarm cTioTnsAEGOorr iH
come arc better; we sell the better kind;. n M
Big Ben. 2.50; Other, dependable alarm's. I I H
$1 to 2.50, Reliable jevelcrs...Surbaugh's . II IH
12 McCorn'lck bldg. 1104 DH
REMOVAL NOTICE' IH
EDWARD M'GURRIN AND ..W.. S. H
Rydalch have removed their law offices SHJ
to 525-520-527 aiclntyro o.-'ig- ' r3093 flH
SHOE REPAIRING . IH
WANTFD 50 f'AIRS OF SHOES A IH
day to repair. Monarch Shoo' Repairing" fll
Co. Half-soles. 75c: ladles.. 500,;; hee.lE. -
25c: rubber-heels, 40c: O'SulIiviin heols. KWH
60c. We call for and deliver. Phone fifllH
Boll 35S3. Ind. 1424. Very best oak HaHi
leather used- Best of workmanship.- '21 HM
East 2nd South, basement Continental El HI
Natlqnal oank. . tO . lUl
WHILE YOU WAIT. SEWED; SOLE3 IH
In 10 minutes. 40 W. fjd. So.. baso l
GREAT WESTERN SHOE ' REPAIRING HH
Co.: noat and pleasing work done tho HlHI
modern way. 275 South West Tomple at. . HH1
Ind 398X n253 HH
xVpWRrTERRETED. E.XCHANG- , HHl
ed, sold. Utah Typewriter Exchange HHl
Co.; phones 430. 62 W. 2nd So. D21S3 HH
TllESMITH PRF.MIER TYPEWRITER HHJ
Now haa Its office at 305 Boston bids. HHl
Piinne-: Ind. 1071: Bell 2937 r237B HHl
MANUFACTURING. iTEWELERS HH
WHO MAT3BrVT!tt2"':D ll
. brolla" p06lblp.? McConahay. th'JJaw- FHI
eler. 64 'Main st. m264 'HH