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SportingNe ws, f rom Every wliere
aces in Air Will Spur Aviators
to Greater Efforts Than
IAHXS WHO MISS GREAT
EVENT WILL REGRET IT
ractical Inspiration for the
ouths and Instructive Pleas-
uro for Everybody.
Tremendous Importance Is attaclied to
tho .aviation meet which will be held
fin Salt Lake April 5 to 10. Mere for
mal statements that contracts hnvebeen
signed and other concrete facts jabout
the meet, do not give 10 the average read
er a notion of what the meet means to
this city and stale.
Not since the G. A. R. encampment has
there been such a crowd as, will be here
to see tho blrdmen. The fact that the
Mormon conference Is on at that time
insures of Itself 10.000 o,r more visitors
and It Is" a most conservative estimate
to expect 10.000 more 'to attend simply
to sec the airships. ,
Will Advertise City.
In aditlon' to all, this the meet will
mmakc Salt Lake tho cynosure of all eyes
''in every part of the civilized world. Such
people is the starving: heathen In China
or tho wild Tartars on the Kusslan
steppes will probnbly not know about the
meet, but in every nation where modern
progress Is the weekday religion Salt
-Lake will be advertised.
Y It is entirely probable that visitors will
? iconic from New York and even from
I xabrond. Certainly no beUer opportunity
I Iwas ever afforded to note the latest type
. uof airship and how It Is maneuvered In
Jjtho air. A strong feature of the meet
3 are the races that will be conducted undor
j iofflclal sanction. These will be the first
9 3jof their kind ever held anywhere. The.
famous meet at Rhelms and the other one
a'at Belmont park did not have this fea
ture. h Every closo observer of human nature
flknows that a contestant in a race will
jjexert himself more and take greater
J Jchances than If ho were merely giving an
exhibition. Heretofore aviation meets
'have leen exhibitions.
I This meet will be a racing meet as
veil as an exhibition and litis In Itself
;hould be sufficient to bring discurn
ng lovers of sport, as well as persons
vho pride themselves on keeping up with
he world's progress, from thousands of
nlles to see the races In the air.
Star Aviators Coming.
Sly. the man who flew to and from the
leek of a warship: Glenn Curtlss, who,
villi his new hydroplane, alighted on the
vator and rose liko a duck, Brooklns,
vho Invented the spiral glide; Knabcn
diue. who was navigating dirigible bal
oons before aeroplanes were practical:
SIcCurdy, who almost flew across the
;ulf from Key West to Havana; Parmalee
ind Radloy are tho men who will be
lere. If these men. having accomplished
vhat they have, were to enme without
heir airships and without any means of
lying, they would be worth seeing merely
j -as types of humans whose courauo and
i: up-to-date notions embodied the progress
C of the race, but with their airships one
i! rannot blame the farmers' boys who will
(run away to see the flights
1 It is an opportunity of a lifetime and
i thcre Is no doubt about there being a
' record breaking crowd here to see them.
f : Naturally tho visitors will spend some
5 thing, but tlm practical prosperity the
,rmoet will engender Is lost sight of in
,! jfftha aesthetic pleasure and edification it
' will afford thousands.
:t It Is a big thing for Salt Lake and the
4 Utahn who misses seeing the flights will
4 Sregret il all his life. For the youth the
Hd jmeet will furnish more practical Inspira
jt tftlon to accomplish something than any
4 'Ithlng else could give him.
t Promoters of the meet yesterduy picked
J Qout the. site for the big grand stand abouL
' jja quarter of a mile' east of tho shore
aline Just to the north of the railroad
1 ftrack. The grand stand will be 1000 feet
a 4long and will have eleven tiers of seals,
il xiKvnr tho center will be 200 special
Rnew HIGH MARK IN
-JB BOWLING TOURNAMENT
g BUFFALO. March 5. Two now high
IHLtrnarks for the National Bowling assocla
5I?it'cm's f',n tournament were made lo
itfday. L, Somonos of Chicago, bowling G47
tJjiun the Individual series, dislodged 10. R.
tGreenfleld 0r Cleveland from the lender
5fJ Hjilp. Grffnfipltl bad G43. Hohr and Hall
gj&t the Flenm-rs of Chicago rolled 4IG' In
Mlgtlie first, game of tholr three In doubles.
Ji?3Iohr having 212. being tho bsl individual
Jli'ecorc In the double event. The five-men
'KiteaniB were divided into two squads tc
iVjpjidght. In the first group of fourteen
(fiTteam the J. A. Fords of Detroit were
He"ber Poultry Show,
iSSpecial lo Tho Tribune.
3 IIEBER, March 5. The second poultry
jfshow held In Wasatch county closed yes
ntcrday. The quality of birds shown was
better than lasL year, and there was a j
larger number of ontrlos. The judging
W-wjis done by R. B. Woollcy of Provo. The i
Efwlnners were as follows:
p. Buff Orpingtons: First cockerel, sec
Mond and third pullet, second und third
when, G. M. Jorgensen; llrst hen and pul
ct. M. A. Smith; second cock, George
M Rhode Island Rods: John A. Anderson
ftwon all ribbons in this class, Houdnns:
rap., R. Goodwin won all ribbons. Buff
trWyandotloa. J. R. Allen Bros, won all
tf ribbons. Barred Rocks: Charles .1.
Ffwahlqulst won all ribbons. White Leg
Hhorns: .1. M. Chapman won first and
LEeeond penn. first, second and third pul
Wflots and cockerels. J, C. Illckon. third
pen and flint cockerel.
fl Silver Spangled Ilamburgs: Don E.
I.ytay won all ribbons. Brown Leghorns.
BO-rodcrlck Crook, first pen and first cock
Erercl and first and second pullets.
K" White Wvondottp.s; First pen. first.
Ei second and third hfn. first cockerel, third
b pen and third roi k'-rcl. Charles De Graff;
IJBecond pen. first and second cockerel,
Kfiret and third pullets. J. R. Price; second
pullet. J. c I Ik-ken.
Boxer ko Is Headliner
of Mankattan Card Toniglit
Tonight at the Manhattan club's hall.
fiS Postofficc place, the regular weekly
entortalnmcn. including five- boxing
bouts, will lm given. The best of those,
if indications are worth anything, will
be between Young Logan ami .Joe Clark.
Clark, with the possible except Ion of
Howard Baker. Is the best boxer at pres
ent in Salt Lake. I1a has been trying to
get a match with Baker, but the latter
A rumor Is gaining credence thai Baker
came over to Utah from Colorado to see
Ills girl instead of to fight, although W.
What offect will tho altitude of Salt
Lake have on Leon, the "Russian bear
cat," who is to wrestle Frank Gotch here
March 27? Gotch, who has been here
before, knows Jusl how it affects him
and will doubtless take means to mini
mize it as much as possible. He may
spend considerable time in similar eleva
tions. At any rate. he knows how to
prepare for il.
Advices from Boston are that the Rus
sian will arrive in Salt Lake March 10,
only eight days before the match Is to
tnke place. Will this give him time
enough to become accustomed to iho at
mosphere of this valley?
Kenneth Kerr is sending out Invitations
lo bear huntui-a. The function will be
held on Kadlnk Island where bruin grows
When Ad Wolgast was worsted in a
bout wltli Knockout Brown In Philadel
phia, tho champion said it was because
his broken arm had not fully healed. He
would not fight again, ho added, until
the arm was perfectly sound. Notwilh
slandlng this assertion he immediately
began making arrangements for a return
match and last Friday night the two
pugilists met before the National Sporl
ing club in New York.
Wolgast. when this second meeting was
announced, said his arm was perfectly
sound. He was sure of il he averred or
he would not have mnde the match. Most
everyone believed him because they i
thought that even a pugilist would
scarcely dare to make tho same excuse
Wolgast did. After tho match Friday
night he repeated the excuse about the
sore arm. When ho meets George Meni
slc at Los Angeles It Is to be hoped his
arm will have recovered. Surely he can
not use the same old excuse tho third
time. If he does he will be known to
fans as tho "champion with tho sore
Jacklo Clarke and Tod Sloan want lo
go up In the air higher than they have
Knockout Brown on Wednesday. Feb
ruary 2.1, met One Round Hogan at J. B.
Humphrey's club in New York and
among the people in the boxes was no
1 less a personnge than the lion. Robert
Beresford. brother of Lord Decles, who
I came to America for the Decies-Gould
I wedding and who conquered Anthony
DroNel, Jr., in a fierce boxing bout at the
Gould country home, Laknwood. N. J.
The bout between Beresford, who was
amateur heavyweight champion of Eng
land, and Brcxel, who Is the champion
society boxer on this side, came about
after many challenges and comments
among society people,
Ac.-oinpinylng Beroford to tho Brown
Hogan fight was the Hon. Ashmead Bart
h'tl and a Hungarian baron or tw'o. Tho
one American in the party was a re
porter for a "New York newspapor. He
expected because Beresford was a boxer,
that Beresford at least would show some
enthusiasm over the fight.
"If there's anything In a name." said
the Hon Bobbie, "these chnps ought to
give ua a smasbln', lively go. Knockout
Brown and One Round Hogan! Most
extraordinary names these American
fighters have d'you know. I don't think
It would b" allowed In EtiKland."
"It wouldn't." emphatically agreed
Captain Bartlett. He's only HI'. Is" the
on plain, nlthough you wouldn't think It
I Manhattan Athletic Club j
3 68 p. o. place. J
1 5-CIASSY BOUTS-5
if TONIGET! I
3?1; First Bout Starts at 8:15. j
jB Hardy Downing, Mgr. TVillaro Bean, Referee, i
C. Jones, Baker's adviser, says Baker
will ficht when the signs are right.
In Clark's last contest he disposed of
1:1s opponent before the first round had
ended. Tho balance of tho card consists
Dick Hodges vs. Karl Klrtlcy, two plas
terers who were formerly boxers; Chick
Column vs. Harry While; Young lsiw
ronce' vs. Sailor Gordon; Young Bishop
vs. Dick Hart.
The last bout. too. should be interesting
for Dick Hart has made many friends by
his clever showing.
from the languid, unemotional look and
manner of him.
"Knockout Brown and One Round
Hogan." li repeated. "Fancy those
names placarded at the National Sportln'
club or tho. good old Olympla In London.
"Oh. dear no," said tho Hon. Bobbie.
He simply couldn't fancy such a thing
and he wouldn't even make an effort.
Not once during the encounter did the
Britishers show they had any interest
In the bout. While the crowd yelled It
self hoarse, the Englishmen assumed a
bored look. At the end of the seventh
round when a knockout seemed Inevitable,
thoy went home. They didn't even
learn that Brown got the decision In the
Will "Young Logan" be able to say,
"pleased to have met you." after his in
troduction tonight to Joe Clark In the
Barney Old field, the daring driver who
once said he had to have a certain amount
of excitement to keep him alive Is to sot
lle down to the prosaic occupation of
cafe proprietor. As related In telegraphic
dispatches last week ho has sold his
cars and the owners of tho cars hope to
get the ban on them lifted which is some
thing Barney could hardly hopo to do.
Oldfleld now announces that he will In
vest 55,000 in a Ixis Angeles cafe. Some
day. he says, he may go back lo auto
racing. Will he? After a couple of years
as owner of a cafe will not Barney take
on too much adipose tissue lo race ex
cept in handicaps?
DECORATES SALES ROOMS
FOR B0TTERIUS SHOW
George Maack: the decorator, ami sev
eral assistants were busily engaged Sun
flay In getting I be salesrooms of the Tom
Rottorlll Automobile company ready for
the auto show which opens next Thurs
day afu-moon and continues through th"
following Wednesday. Novel ideas will
bo carried out In the decorations for the
motor car exhibit, Mr. Maack promises.
Pari of tho appointments will be set
pieces, which have been niado a I the
shop of Mr. Maack and which will be
placed In the automobile plant today.
These pieces will form booths for the au
tomobiles to be shown in and also at
tractive little cozy corners for the bene
fit of show visitors.
Fillmore Wants Hatchery,
Miah Day. district game and fish war
don at Fillmore, is in the city. Mr. Dav
explained that, as yet, Fillmore has no
fish hatchery, but, according to Informa
tion from the commissioner's office, a
plant will bn erecti-d In that locality this
fall. At present, Mr. Day said, consign
ments of fry are being received from tho
Murray and Sprlngvillo hatcheries. The
speaker estimated that more than 800.000
trout would be distributed among the
streams of tho southern part of the
state this summer.
Two Basketball Games.
Special to The Tribune.
ROCKLAND. Ida.. March S. Saturday
night two basketball games were played
at the Auditorium al American Falls be
tween local talent. The second high
school boys played with the Insurgents of
the Athletics and wto dofoated by a
score of 20 to 23. This was a good ex
hibition. The regular girls' high schooi
team was matched against tho second
team und defeated It badly. The second
team played hard and did exceedingly well
against the regulars, but lacked practice.
The following communication from a
member of the Payson basketball team
has been received- "In iho gamo be
tween Payson and Wobei' stako on Thurs
day. March 2. Payson learn claims the
right to the game owing to the decisions
given by Referee Romnoy. who minls
torpretcd the rules. Three field goals
were made by Payson which ho objected
to being placed on the score book, which
should have been counted and one point
awarded on each baskot. according to
hu:krlhnll rules. Had Payson got the
points aforementioned, Payson would have
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MAKES NEW REM)
Frenchman Flics Over Medi
terranean a Distance of
NICE, France. March ."i. Lieutenant
Hague nccomplishcd a sensational and
daring feal loday by flying over the
Mediterranean from Antibes lo the llttlo
island of Gorgona. off tho Italian coast,
lie covered more than 'J00 kilometers
(lLM.o miles), establishing a new record
for over-sea flight. This lie did without
the assistance of tugs, torpedo boats or
.any other cmfl to guide him or to add to
Lieutenant Raguo started at 7:30
o'clock this morning In a Bleiiot mono
plane, with the intention of lahdlng on
Corsica and proceeding llience. by way
of Sardinia and Sicily, to Tunis to visit
the- colonel of the Fourth Algerian rifles.
From this regiment he resigned to de
vote himself to aviation.
In tho presence of a few spectators the
aviator hft the ground, rising al once to
a considerable height Ho shaped his
course southward and soon vanished.
Aided by a strong wind his progress was
rapid, and a dispatch was finally re
ceived here that he had arrived at Gor
gona. This Island lies belwcen Corsica
Hague landed there al 1 o'clock In the
afternoon, the descent being made with
awkwardness and danger on account of
the trees and rocks. The monoplane
struck heavily and was badly damaged,
but Baguo was not hurt
It had been his Intention to land at
Ajacclo on the west coast of Corsica,
but. on losing his way, he shaped his
course too far north. As It was, ho cov
ered a greater distance over the water
than If he had carried out his original
Hague's over-sen flight breaks the
previous record held by .1. A. D. McCur
dy. who, on January .10 Insl, flow from
Key West to within ten miles of the
Cuban shore, a distance of nlnely-onc
miles. Glenn II Curtlss last August
made a flight over Lake Erie of sixty
four miles, while other aviators have
done fifty or more on several occasions.
ROUND THE WORLD WINS
JUAREZ OAKS STAKE
JUAREZ, Mexico, March S. W. G.
Yanke's Round the World, tho 1 to 2
favorite, easily won the first Juarez
Oaks, at one rglle. al Terrazas park to
day. She led from slari to finish and
was pulling up at the end. Tho day
was ideal for racing, and an immense
crowd turned out. Summary:
First race, four furlongs Cnllsse. 112
fRIce). even, won; Cnsh on Delivery, 112
(Glass), even, second; Closer. 11" (J.
Howard), even. third. Time, -.47 2-5.
Yanker and Erfojg also ran. Calisse and
Closer coupled In straight betting only.
Second race, selling, five and a half
furlongs Oriental Pearl, 10.1 I'AlIen), 3
to 1, won: Balella. 11.1 (Taplln), 5 to 1.
second; Lee's Friar. 11.1 (Rice). .1 to 1.
third. Time, l:0t? 4-5. Aragoncse. Mr.
Dock, Plcascant, Ilzle and Jim Mo also
Third race, six furlongs Trance. 10S
(Kennedy), 1 to 2, won; Chapultepcc, 11)0
(Glass), S to 1, second: Napa Nick. 110
(Taplln), 2 to 1, third. Time, 1:12. West
Polnl also ran.
Fourth race. Juarez, Oaks, throtf-year-olds.
fillies, ono mile Round tho World.
112 (HlgKins). 1 to 2. won: Marjorie A.,
112 (Taplln), 4 to 1, second: Bottle Sue,
112 (Rice), 10 to 1. third. Time, 1:49 3-5.
Rue and Jest also ran.
Fifth race, selling, six furlongs Lady
Tend I, 02 (Moore). 6 to 1, won.; Hidden
Hand. 10S (Taplln), 6 to 1. second: Ell
erd, 111 (Molesworth). . 15 to 1. third.
Time. 1:13 3-5. Rio Pecos, Emma G..
Little Marchmont. Gramercy and Pedro
Sixth race, selling, mile and a quarter
Miss Caithness. 102 (Rooney). 2 to 1.
won: Barney Oldfleld, 10R (Rice). S lo 5.
second. Buna. lOfi (Taplln). G to 1. third.
Time, 2(jOS. Personality, Taskmaster and
Vesme also ran.
KENNETH KERR MAY GO
AFTER MAMMOTH BEARS
Kenneth C. Kerr, formerly railroad ed
itor of Tho Tribune but now Industrial
agent for the Alaska Steamship com
pany, writes from Seattle that ho is con
sidering the advisability of making up
a party of sportsmen lo go after the big
gest bears on earth the brown bruin of
Kadlak Island. These boars are real mon
sters. Hunters who have seen other spe
cies say that even tho Rocky Mountain
grlx7.lv "docs not weigh as much as the
Kadlak bears, although the grizzly Is
Mr. Kerr writes that he has received
so mnnv letters from sportsmen who nro
anxious" to tako tho trip that ho has
about decided to tako a party to Kadlak
Island. IIo has gono so far with tho
arrangomonls thai ho has retained guides
who are so sure that they can lead the
party lo the lair of giant bruin that they
are "willing to wager a part of their
pay on It.
Anv sportsman desiring to make one
of tliis party will havo to sail from Se
attle April 8 or May 8. when tho Alaska
Steamship company's ships leavo for Ka
The Kadlak bear furnishes more sport
for tho tourist than any other gamo at
this season of the your. Mr. Kerr next
autumn expects to make up somo par
tlos to bunt moose, caribou anil moun
WRESTLING BOUTS AT
' THE MISSION TONIGHT
Tonight al the Mission theater Alox
Swanson will meet his first comer. Ills
opponent Is the faomus English wrest
ling champion. Tom Connor. Swanson
will have his hands full Connor won a
long string of victories over such wrest
lers as Farmer Burns. Tom McMahon,
Strangl'-r Lewis. Hugh Leonard. Potor
Schuiiiaker. Ernest RoVhor. Harvey Par
ker and others. If Swanson can throw
him In fifteen minutes, be will surely
have to do better than he did against
Yokel. In addition to this, Otto Ross will
go on with Swanson In an exhibition,
showing Iho different holds used In the
wrestling art, also showing Iho favorite
holds of the former and prcsenl day
Brigham City Wins.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BRIG1 IAM CITY. March 5. After a
number of basketball games during tho
season in Box Elder county for the cham
pionship tho Hrlghnm City high school
five carried away tho honors last night
In a fast game of ball with tho Fielding
five. The county was divided Into two
divisions, each division composed of n
number of teams from the various
schools. These teams havo been strug
gilng for the championship of their re
spective divisions, after which tho two
champion teaniH wero to match for the
championship of tho county. Only two
games wore played, however, Brlgham
winning at Fielding Friday night by a
scorn of 12 to 8 and last night the second
gamo of tho series, tho score being 22
to 21 In Brlgham'f; favor.
Calomol WhiB Handicap,
PARIS. March .".-At Iho Auteull track
lodav tho Prix Bo Island, a hurdle
handicap at hvo inllos and three furlongs,
"lake $1025, wna won by PUzer's Calomel.
Where They Train
Detroit Monroe, La.
Washington Atlanta, Ga.
Chicago Mineral Wells, Texas
Athletics Savannah, Ga.
Boston Redondo, Cal.
New York Athens, G:u
Cleveland Alexandra, La.
Si. Louis Hot Springs, Ark.
Chicago New Orleans, La.
Now York Marlln, Texas
Pltlshurg ; Hot Springs, Ark.
Cincinnati Hot Springs, Ark.
Brooklyn Hot Springs. Ark.
St. Louis Jackson, Tonn.
Philadelphia Birmingham, Ala.
Boston , Agusta, Ga.
BURLINGTON FIRSTS WIN
SEVENTH STRAIGHT GAME
The Burlington first basketball team
added one more victory to their list of
games last Saturday, making seven
straight games they havo won. The
Burlington firsts won tho hardest con
tested gamo. they havo played this sea
son, and defeated the Farmlngtons by a
score of 31 to 30 This game was tho
fastest that has even been played on
the Burlington -floor. The Farmlngton
five had things their way the first half
of the game. At tho end of this period
tho score stood 17 to 11 In t.ho country
boys' favor in fact, it looked like a
victory for the latter until Iho last five
minutes of the game, whop, the Burling
ton five got down to work and squeezed
out by one point. This makes tho third
tlmo they have met the' Farmlngton flvo,
winning two out of three games. Tho
game was marked to bo good, fast, vlean
playing nil tho way through. Tho line
up: Burlington. Farmlngton.
Shatz r.f Bourn
Morris l.f Udy
Schea c James
Erickson r.g... Ablt
Bador l.g Clark
The Burlington seconds a lift) added an
other victory to their list of games Sat
urday night by defeating the S'alt Lake
high school seconds by a score of 20 to
18. Although the score was close, the
Burlington seconds were at no time In
danger of losing the game. Peterson also
refereed this game and gave fair de
cisions to both teams. The Unc-up:
Burlington. High School.
W. Shatz r.f Cahoon
Y. Fallenllno l.f Porter
E. Millard c Wallace
P. Bosonl . r.g Slddoway
C. Fallentlnc l.g Curry
M. Wilson, substitute.
The Burlington firsts will meet tho
Payson team at Payson tonight at S
NO MORE PILES
Hem-Bold Does Its Work Thoroughly.
If you have piles, you know that the
usual treatment with salves, supposi
tories or operations can't be depended
upon for more than tomporary relief.
Outsido treatment won't cure tho in
side cause bad circulation in tho lower
bowel. Dr. Lconhardt's Ilem-Roid, a
tablet remedy taken internally, removes
tho cause of piles permanontb. Sold
for $1 and fully guaranteed by
SCHRAMM-iTOHNSON, DRUGS, FIVE
STORES, and druggists everywhere.
Dr. Loonhardt Co., Station E. Buffalo,
N. Y., Prop. Write for booklet. '
TWs is the last day
(ffii&Wifa of Artificial Eye
tms making, and to bo
(ffannrig? sure of this oppor-
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j W, and mako an ap
pointment. AT '3.-37 -S or MAIN ST1
ENSIGN" In this city. March 1, 1011.
Merlyn 12 Ensign, In his seventh year.
Funeral services will bo held at the
mortuary chapel of S. D. Evans, IS South
State street, today (Monday), March C,
at 11 o'clock a. m. Interment, City ceme-tory.
BIRD The funeral of William Frederick
Bird, who died at the home of his son,
William F. Bird. Jr., 2205 Third Easi
street, will be held today. March 0, 1011.
at 1:00 p. in., from the funeral chapol of
Eber W. Hall, 1IU South West Temple.
Interment, City cemetery.
EVANS In this city. March -i, 1011.
Frank Evans, aged 3C years. Funeral
services will bo held at O'Donnell & Co.'s
chapel Tuesday. March 7, at 2 p. m, In-
tcrmont. City cemetery.
TAYLOR Funeral services over James
Taylor, who died In Ihls city March 4,
1911. will be held at O'Donnell & Co.'s
.chapel loday (Monday) al 2 p. ni. In-
tornient, City cemetery.
EBER W. HALL. UNDERTAKER AND
embalmor. 1C1 S. West Tomple. Phone
3 019. v493
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offering a modern residence for funeral
purposes. Phonos 33S8. 544 Main st. r2033
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undertaker. S3S East 2nd South. Boll
phono BfifiR. Ind. 1933. n3
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214 E. 2nd So. Both phones 37. b207
IIUDDART FLORAL CO.. 02 So Main St.
Phonos IOC. Cut flowers and funeral dc
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DH, ALICE HOUGHTON. ROOMS. 517
18 Mclntyrc bldg. Ind. phono 359; Bell
434G; resldonce, Boll Main 801. xil'JU
DR. AUSTIN KERR. OSTEOPATHIC
Physician, Mtliityre bldg. Both phones
WANTED FEMALE HELP
COMPETENT GIRL. GOOD WAGES.
Two in family. Ill O street. c245
LADIES. WE CALL FOR AND DE
liver any loan. Unclo Sam, responsi
ble cut rate pawnbroker, 30 East Isl So.
Bell 2176. C241
BINDERY GIRL WANTED. GROCER
Printing Co. c25R.
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, BASE
ment First Congregational church. We
get you a position free of charge. Tele
phones Ind. 3GI5G; Bell 5S22. t2773
LADIES WANTED TO WORK HOME
during their sparo time: demand for
our work; reliable firm. 112 2nd East.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
must have references. 731 East 2nd So.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK,
privato family. Phone Garfield 204.
GOOD GIRL TO ASSIST WITH IIOUSE
work. 124 A st. Bell 369C-Y. clO
$2.50 PER DAY PAID ONE LADY IN
each town to distribute free circulars
for Concentrated Flavoring In tubes.
Permanent position. F. E. Barr company,
Chicago. , b29S4
YOUNG LADY PARTNER FOR TRAV
ellng proposition. No capital required.
P. O. box UG, Ogden. clla
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework, small family; good wages.
Call evenings or Sundays. Dr. Grace
Slratton, 78 N street. cl44
YOUNG LADIES WHO CAN SOON
ciuallfy as teachers of sewing. Salaries
$65 up. Brown School Teachers Agency.
Salt Lake City. Utah. Bell phono 703.
Independent 25G3, cfiS
GIRL BETWEEN 25 AND 30 TO TAKE
charge of G children. 1000 South West
A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; good home; good wages 32 M
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSISWORK, 5
miles north of city: all modern Im
provements; 3 In family. Apply 57 7th
YOUNG LADY TO SOLICIT BUSINESS"
In homes; must havo pleasing address:
good salary; references required. Ad
dress 0-37, Tribune. clnS
UTAH BUSINESS COLLEGE A GUAR
ant.ee of quality In business education.
Boston building. c460
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL IIOUSE
work. Apply 1136 1st ave. c307
GIRL OR WOMAN FOR GENERAL
housework. 722 So. West Temple. c549
AGENTS TO CANVASS. EITHER SEN;
light, easy work. 249 Main. Room 10.
STENOGRAPHER FOR STEADY POSI
tlon. References. Box 1323, city. c515
WANTED. TWO GIRLS; ONE COOKING
and general housework; one washing.
Ironing and general housework. Call
mornings or after 5 p. m (507 2d ave.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK:
good wages. Bell 155S-K. G55 E. 2d
ATTRACTIVE YOUNG LADIES FOR
show, cashier, etc.: no exnorlonco ne
cessary. Apply 11 to 12 a. m.. 58 West
Second Soulh. cGSS
GOOD. STEADY GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; small family. Apply 329
So. Gth East. c597
WORK WISHED BY THE DAY BY Ex
perienced girls. Bell phone 3979-K. cl4
WIDOW WISHES POSITION AS
housekeeper for bachelor or widower.
Apply Ozark ants.. 454 So. 5th East. apt.
No. 12. Bell phono 2531-X. cl34
STENOGRAPHER, WILL COMMENCE
at your terms. Address 0-34, Trlbuno.
BY EXPERIENCED MILLINER, TRIM
mpf or maker; eastern lady; wai;es
reasonable. Both phones 22GG. c398
AS PRACTICAL NURSE: SEVERAL
years' experience. Bell 50G5-K. 23G
West 1st North. c399
WASHING AND IRONING TO DO AT
home: will go out by the day. Bell
Forest 195-Y. CGS7
DAY WORK AND HOUSE CLEANING.
Ind. 13G52. 255 So. 10th East. c400
COAL AND KINDLING
and kindling. 1G5 East 4 th South. Both
cases. Mrs. Lizzie Gclsler, 336 W. 3rd
North. Bell 1493-X. Ind. 14032. t917
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United Slates for the District of Utah.
In the matter of Richard W. Jenkins,
bankrupt. No. I54G in bankruptcy.
Petition for discharge. .
To tho Honorable John A. Marshall,
Judge of tho district court of the United
States for the district of Utah:
Richard W. Jenkins, of Salt Lake City,
In tho county of Sail Lake and state of
Utah, in said district, respectfully rep
resents that on the 17th day of January
last past, ho was duly adjudged bank
rupt under the acts of Congress relating
to bankruptcy; that ho has duly surrend
ered all his property and rights of prop
erty, and! has fully complied with all the
requirements of said acts and of the. or
ders of the court touching his bank
ruptcy. Wherefore he prays that he may. be do
creed by tho court to have a full dls
chargo from all debts provablo against
bis estalc under said bankrupt acts, ex
cept such debts as are excepted by law
from such discharge.
Dated this 4th day of March. A. D.
RICHARD W. JENKINS.
ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON.
District of Utah:
On this Itli day of March. A. D.
1911, on reading the foregoing it is or
dered by the court, that a hearing bo had
upon the same on I hp 21th day of March.
A. D. 1911. before said court at Salt
Lako City. In said district, nt ten o'clock
In the forenoon; and that notice thereof
bo published In the Salt Lako Tribune,
a newspaper pointed In said district, and
that all known creditors and other per
sons In interest may appear at tho said
lime and place and show cause. If any
lliov have, why the prayer of the said
petitioner should not bo granted.
And it Is further ordered by tho court
Hint the clerk shall send by mnll to all
known creditors copies oT said petition
and this order, addressed to them at
their pliices of residence as stated.
Witness the Honorable John A. Mar
shall. Judge of the said district court, and
the seal thereof, at SalL Lake City, in
paid district, on the lib day of March,
A D. 1911. .
Attest: JERROLD R. LETCHER,
(Seal of court.) Clerk.
Bv MARGARET B. CONNEI.L.
cGSl , Deputy Clork.
Notice is hereby given that the co
partnership heretofore existing betwoon
F. S. Hatch and J. R. Craig, doing busi
ness under the name of tho Pnckago Gro
cery, at S5 Ensl Second South street.
Salt Lake City. Utah, is this day mu
tually dissolved- .1. R. Craig Inking tho
business, assuming all Indebtedness and
paying all bills.
(Signed) F. S. HATCH.
J. R. CRAIG.
Dated March 1, 1U11. cfllu
WANTED MALE HELP
HIGH CLASS TAILolTRrsTnON
for a live man. Call at 222 So. West H
Temple, room 1. '(25 S7 H
50 MEN TO BORROW MONEY ON
anything of value. Uncle Sam, 30 Enxi H
1st South. c240 H
BARBER WANTED. BASEMENT
News building. c259 H
M. J. DIXON EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
skilled and unskilled laborers furnished. H
40 East 1st South, corner Commercial
Bell phone 33SS. Ind. 923. p43 IB
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY-
Hotel, restaurant and household help. H
Headquarters for laborers. IH
65 West 2nd South. Phones 4f.4. c743 IH
VISIT HENAGER'S BUSINESS COL-
lege before you decide to enter else- H
where. Get the best. 49 South Main st. H
Both phones. d2919 H
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. BASE-
ment First Congregational church. Wo H
get you a position free of charge. Tele
ohones Ind, 4G6G; Bell 522. t3G5 H
BE AN EXPERT AUTOMOBILE ME-
chanic and chauffeur; cam $25 to 350 H
a week. Wo give practical instruction. H
Salt Lako Automobile School. 473 South H
Main at.. Salt Lake City. x702
WORKINGMEN TO OCCUPY CLEAN.
steam-heated. outsido rooms. Also H
rooms for light h. k. li Broadway. J-b!k
east of Main st.. on 1st South. IB
YOU ARE WANTED FOR- GOVERN-
ment position. $80.00 m.Tiith; write for
list of posi lions open. Franklin Instl- H
tute, D!pi. 407-D, Rochester. N. Y. bl.r95
MAN IN EVERY COUNTY IN UTAH TO H
reprosent one of the 'eadlng gas and HH
electric companies In Chicago, established
20 years, to soil lighting svtemB to
homes, business houses and towns Also H
a full line of automobiles on $50 a month
payment!;: liberal commissions; SJ3 a
week drawing account. Good man can H
make $100 lo 250 a week. Not a cent H
capital required. $300 bond for samples
necessary. Will call personally and see H
applicants. John E. Bntt. Provo. I'tah H
h i GO.',
SALESMAN TO HANDLE A HblH- H
class Industrial security. Address N-27. H
USE THAT IDLE TIME. TAKE H
Utnh Business College course. Ronton H
YOUNG MEN FROM 1G TO 20 YEARS
of age to work after school and on S'i- H
urdays. Those familiar with delivering
newspaper routes preferred. ''lensu v
work; good money. Address N-'.'.5 Tr" - H
EMPLOYMENT FOR ALL CI-XSRS
Lahor furnished for all pu-ros""5 lH
Universal Eir-plovmcnt pci"' '"'1 H
West 2nd South. Ind. 2133. Bell .'Sr.. H
MESSENGERS WITH WHEELS. GOOD
wages, steady work. Postal Te'egranh
Cable Co. b2G..'.'
ABLE-BODIED MEN WANTED FOR
the U. S. Marine Corps, between irt H
ages of 19 and 35. Musi he native bom
or have llrst papers. Monthly pay SIT.
to .309. Additional compensation possible.
Food, clothing, quarters and medical at
tentlon free After 30 years service can
retire with 75 per cent of pay and al
lowances. Service on hoard ship and
ashore in all parts of the world. App'.v
at U. S. Marin Corn RernilMnz Ofn0.
Rooms 7G and 79 Continental blk.. No. 2"
East 2d South. c3 IH
GOOD BUTCHER FOR SATURDAYS
McDaulcls Grocery, 8th Easl and 2nd l
WELL-DRIVING RIG AND CREW TO
drill 500 lo 1000 feet. Call GO 1 McCor
nick block. cS7
MEN AND BOYS TO LEARN PLUMP.-
Ing. bricklaying, electrical trade, a i- mWWm
tomoblllng. surveying. pav;s ." to ?S per IH
day: positions secured; satl-fiir-tlo"
guaranteed: free catalogue. Natlona. mWWm
School of Trade, 2110 W. 7th. Los An-
gcles. Cal. hi 520
LABOR FURNISHED. FOR ALL
purposes. Railroad, mines, smellers.
etc. Employment furnished for all
classes. Prompt service. List today mWWm
Universal Employment Ager.'-y. 123 mWWm
West 2nd South. Belt 5S9S. Ind
WANTED YOUNG MAN OF GOOD
address to learn real estate business,
commission busls. New Era Realty Co.,
201 Kcarns Bldg. Both phones 3311 m
CALL AND SEE US AT ONCE. ORE T
opportunity for trained deteetlws. We IH
have facilities for training you betU r HH
than any other concern In the United IH
States and help you after you havo com- HH
plctcd. We arc absolutely reliable and IH
on the square. Call now. Mnylon De- flH
tectlve Servir-e. Inc.. 20S-209 Mclntvlv
building, 70 South Main. vtV.
AN EXPERIENCED SALESMAN TO
sell building material and who Is ac
qualnted with t.ho architects und con
tractors in this city and vicinity; refer- Vm
onces required. Address 0-4S. Tribune
BE AN ACCOUNTANT. UTAH BUS!- H
ncss College offers thorough training ll
in this subject. ciGl MW
MAN AND WIFE FOR JANITOR WORK.
Must be competent; good position. Ref- ll
erenecs required. Address 0-13. Tribune.
MEN WANTED LEARN TO OPERATE
moving picture machines, great oppor-
tunitles and largo salaries; competent Mmmm
operators are In demand. We give you IH
practical Instructions and actual cxper- VMmmm
ionce. Also help you to secure positions
Open evenings. Call or write. Inter-
mountain Dramatic Agency, 207 Mclnlyre m
bldg. t-ofiS IH
CALL AND SEE US AT ONCE. GREAT
opportunity for trained detectives. We HH
have facilities for training you better than IB
any other concern In the United States
and help you after you havo completed.
Wo. are absolutely reliable and on the
square. Call now. Maylon Detective IH
Service. Inc.. 20S-209 Mclntyre building.
70 South Main c5b9
EXPERT ACCOUNTANT WISHES
small sets of books to keep or audit. IH
P-2. Tribune. c577
WANTED SET OF BOOKS TO KEEP IH
as side line. Address M-51. Tribune. H
ALL AROUND MINER AND WIFE. IH
first-class cook, wishes position at mln-
Ing camp; best references. Address 0-2 1 IH
POSITION AS STEWARD OR CAMP
boss for a company. Address 227 So H
gth East.' city. c402 IH
THE VERY TiATEST UP-TO-DATE
massage treatments, vibration, electric.
vapor, thermal baths. Experienced at
tentlants. New York Massage Parlors
t:-l South Main st.. upstairs, cOOO jH
FIREPROOF STORAGE .
VE hXuL YOUSTOnAGFnEE H
Safe storage; fireproof warehouse,
equipped with automatic sprinklers; low
rate of Insurance; household Roods packed HH
nnd stored. MOTHPROOF VAULTS for H
fur garmonts: HEATED STORAGE
VAULTS for pianos; AUTOMOBILE EL-
EVATORS and storage stalls. Pool-cars IIH
shipped to all points; expert packers.
Let us figure with you; prices lower.
I X L Stores Co. Bell Exchange 13- Ind. I--!
13. x4 IH
W. S. HUDSON. DENTIST. G19 BOSTON
building; loose teeth (pyorrhoea alveo- IH
Inrls), Vienna, threo applications treat- IH
ment; guaranteed. hl34 jH