Newspaper Page Text
I News oi Intermountain Region
I LOGIN GETS NEXT
I POSTMASTERS" MEET
CoBventyii ni Proro Closes
With iin Interesting Pro;
Special to Tho Tribune.
PBOVO, Sapt. Bi The se.-.ni day'i
cession or the post masters 1 convention
opened iipr this morning with Postmas
ter A. I- Th-;v.n the first speaker.
His subjeel was -The General Delivery
System. ' wb!efe he oxplained in detail,
- lading the forwarding nul returnine
of mail, etc He nrjrad careful ptten
tion ami prompt action in th' distribu
tion anH delivery- of mail matter to pre-:
: vrnt complaints. The m:iny questions
ntked ana tho difficulties experienced
: in man-, poataffleai were considered.
The discussion STM led by postmaster
j;. B. Qua- of Garfield.
Postmaster Joseph Odell ot Lics.n
(poke on "Inquiry, Forward ina and Ad
vertising Departments, 1 and tne dweua
on this was led by Postmaster nlri
j.neiia Thome of Pleasant Grove.
Professor A. C. Lun, rendered nnm-h-r
of vocal selections and responded to
PostoftVe Inspector in narec W. b.
Crane read an interesting paper on
'The Postal Berries ol the Aneienta,
reaching back to S700 irears B. C. and
tracing it down to the time Ol the eon
quest of South America by the Span
iards. Tho afternoon session vras taken up
Tvirh a speech by Senator Reed Bmoot,
mostly on politics and telling those pres
ent that thev wore ' tandpatter. ' con
servatives and belittling the insurgency
movement in Utah.
Senator '-moot paid he opposed the ex
tra session of conjirpss. but as thine
turned out it was probably a good thine
that the, extra session was held. As
things turned out everything was entire
ly in favor of the administration and
especially President Tatt.
Bmoot aeored La Follette and Ins
following and spoke slightingly of all
progre'siv e i ihheans
Officers elected for the vear were:
W. W Wilson, Sandy, president; May
W. Griffin, Bmitbfield, vice president;
M 0. roulson, Bichfield second vice
president Lnella E. Thome Pleasant
Grove, third Vice president; J. H. Mad-
er afaati, fourth vice president; C. I.
(i. ft. Midvale. secretary; executive
committee L. Thomas, Salt Lake;
James Clove, Provo; C. H. Roberts,
Pj.rgham; . w. Eos.-, l.-h . If. B. Qnav,
Dogan was aelected as the place for
holding the next meeting.
WIFE FEARS HUSBAND.
Mra. Bradley Hat Reason to Believe Her
self in Danger.
Special to The Tribune.
PARK CITY. Sept. B -Franli Bradley-,
a miner who bas mode lit a hom" at this
place for ten years, but for the last ix
months baa been employed at McGUl,
Nov., ta In custody at Dili place charged
with carrying concealed weapona with in
tent to iin bodily harm Bradley bd
written two jitters tn Ms wife at this
plaice telling her of bis Intentions to re
turn tind kin her and himself
Bradley arrived In Perk City this mom
inc and purchased a revolver and a box
of cartridges and late this afternoon went
,o his wife' hom. The woman Raw him
romlrig and fled through B back door to
the home of neighbor. Sheriff Coffey
wa summoned and arrestad the nmn,
A letter was found in Ms possession v?
0116611115 the authorities to "send nir ebll
cen back easi to tbctr grandmo'her nnd
V.jrv mi in The samo grave with my
The man is thought to bo mentally un
balanced nnd will be kept in custody
Veruiliifs in examination
BELOVED WOMAN AT REST.
Trs. Harriet H. Hunter, Long a Resident
of Utah, la Mourned by Many.
Special to Th Tribune.
THISTLE. Utah. Sept. !. Tho funeral
Of Mr. Harriet Harden Hunter was held
here Wednesday, with services at the
public school building- Thi body t.is
later taken tn Spanish Fori: for burial.
At th" futicrn' sen ire. ib speakers were
A. C. Sorensen. John Tnorgelrson and B.
Mrs. Hunter died last Sunday at her
homo ip Thistle, following a lingering Ill
ness. Mrs. Hunter was born in Pittsburg.
She came to L'tnb in 1860 and was mar
ried tho same year r" the late Hit hard
P. Hunter. Sl: children survive, three
sor.s and three daughters. Mrs Hunter
was -widely known and Krea'ly loved b
all who knew her. She was kind and
charitable and hr death wi:i be greatly
Baby la Called.
Fpeoal to The Tribune.
PROVO. Sept. 9. Ralph, the on--.-ar-Old
son Of DTi and Mrs Fred YV. Taylor,
died today of cholera infantum. Th'- fu
reral will b h-ld Sunday at 2 o'clock
and will be private.
" ' "
Permanent Office, 364 24th Street. Both Phones 6C4. Office, Hours 3 X O,
to 10:30 a. m.; 3 p. m. to 8 p. DX
TD WATER PROJECT
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Bept. 9. Realising that the
bent Bta to be derived from an addi
tional supph of water for irrigation
purposes during the dr period woum
more than make up in a short tims tor
The outlav neccsarv tn talcing subsyr,,,.
tions of Stock, the farmer? o Web
county today pledged themselves to
raise a aufictent au of money to mane
up The present deficit which stands ID
the way of carrying the Booth Fort
qanvoa reaarvoir project to a snecaaafu
The mass meeting held in the count!
building this afternoon was well at
tended by farmers, stockholders ol tne
various' canal companioa and business
men of 'Weber county and Ogdeu .city.
There was no difference of opinion
on the question as to the preeenl need
for more water. Every one waa agrr id
upon that point For aeveral weeka
manv of the runners of the COUntj ha C
bee, in a oonstanl state of worry kbonl
their oropa because of a acarcitj ,,f wa
ter The canal companies have had to
guard their limited aupply like ao mueh
gold, dishing oul to each stockholder
hi pro rata share.
The main point of discussion a J the
masa meeting was the cost to each sub
scriber, which has been Bxed at t ' i
an acre, ami the approximate time
when tho dam and reer'ir can be
Mayor William Glasmana called tne
meeting and explained the reaaon why
fhc farmers being naked to aub
scribe to the enterprise, declaring that
the citv intends to go ahead with the
building of the dam at once, whether
the farmers lake stock or not.
t was explained at the meeting thai
of the $211,000 already subscribed the
farmers had pledged bnlv about '2r -
ofio. the eitv $100,000 and the balance
pledged by small investors. There la
vet. $140,000 t" be raised before the
reservoir and dam can be built to the
dimensions first, contemplated. The
farinera present, after the proposition
had been thoroughly explained, decided
that the balanoa could be raise. l by In
dividual subscriptions, and it was
agreed thai thev shall h3ve until Octo
ber 4 to complete the subscriptions.
Angus Wright of the Merchants'
Light A Power company was present
to inform the farmers that they need
have ao (ear that Ids company contenv
plated using the power derived from the
project, as a twenty-five year contract
has nlreadv been entered into with tho
Davi' Weber Counties ( anal company
for all of the power needed by the light
Superintendent Frank M". Dngm of
the State School for the Peaf and Blind
advised the farmers to subscribe for
Stock in the project, and cited instances
where lanris formerly worth $20 an acre
are now selling for $500 an aere be
cause of a greater water supply made
available by the building of the Davis
& Weber bounties ranal.
IS SEVERELY STABBED.
Quarrel About Money Leads to Serious
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Sept. v d. H. Raymond was
severely stabbed by .7. s. BarkT at the
horns of U i". Tibby at t.T.s Washington
avenu.- at 5 o'clock this evening The
two men ate paperhanpe.rs ami have been
partners, and tney ware boarding the
Libby bouse. A dispute arose and Barker
seised a butcher knife ami stabbed his
opponent In the left aide. The blade
struck a rib and ranged downward, nar
rowlv mlssinsr the left bins. Th." man
was lak-n to the emergency hospital.
whr Dr. Luke GrawBuaw took Fix
stitches in his side.
Tn the flfcht Raymond threw up nlS
rifcht hand to ward off tho thrust and his
right index linger w'-s nearly severed
Barter escaped. It Is rumored that there
is a woman In the case, although it
seemed a the time that the Quarrel arose
over money affairs.
Wants Damages for Injuries
Sre-ial to The Tribune.
OODICV. Pept. ft.- -AUeKine that O H.
y,-nrr- n:t.-v-ked him --n July 5 of this
vear and Inflicted Injuries ef a perma
nent nature V. E Stokes lias begun suit
In the district court for $5000 damages.
Tbn plRintiff sayH that Bybee, after
Knocking bira down, kicked blm In th-
lace and back. So disabling blm that !n.
wns unable to get oul of bed for a week.
As a result of the beating he received.
Stokes says that the bearing of Ms left
ear has been permanently Impaired and
his back Injured for life
John Scowcroft & Sons Co,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
MEN'S FURNISHINGS, WOMEN'S FURNISHINGS, HATS,
CAPS, SHOES AND RUBBER GOODS.
Manufacturers L. D. S. Garments.
"r-& WR fcALT LAKE MICROSCOPIC VEDICA.
Dr. C. W RIGGIN& M D . M?r. tc Prop.
JO Wat Third South.
' WlLttl I- a" you nho are In need of a special
ist WtO ca.Il on me first ou will not hv
Bja flKy BKB Wtk uiany doctcr bl'.ls To pay.
DR. C. W. HIGGINS.
40 VEAR3 IN SALT LAKE CITY,
HjaHS,' :fl If r-Tj
' yff scUntific specialist In Salt Lake City.
The doctor has cured thousands of
MflMfMBKtL K rst of nervous debility, mental and
HHHk and nervous prostra-
'. n. and will forfeit JSO'j for any case
tkr- under his treao:en: wiilch he fails
HfwO- Pleas sn'l for a list of qu-t!or. fj
msVJsSkaaMKSrssK. j rr c w HiKirlns. Palt Ike City, Utah.
All claass of private diseases curd and all old lingering- dlseaeei. which
vitiate the blood and Impair the system, thoroughiv tind p-rmanently cured.
Liver and kldnev complaint cared. All elssses of fits cured. Tapeworm re
rrcvd with bc-d or no pav. )ff!ce hours 10 t in to S p. m.
Special to T'.-o Tribune.
OtiOEN. Bept. 9. Differences now
existing between the Federated Shop
men of the Harriman railroad nni i
Beiala of the ay stem the SfcNamara
ease :inl the ohforeemehl of the nine
hour work dhv for women will be
thoroiiL'lil v lisMi'ej lv orcaiiizi'd la
bor when the Utato State Pederaiion
of Labor nioet .- in annual conventionn
at the Ogden Labor hall Rfonday.
Del cates from the various Inbor or
ganizaUons of the -t.at- will be In at'
tendance; the largesl representation
being expected from Sail Lake City
Prom the mining towns of the state
delegates are expected representing
the Western Federation of Miners.
Officers of the state federation trill
be elected and other important mat
ters of peculiar Interest to the various
crafts' composing the federation will
come up for discussion.
SAYS SPEED TOO HIGH.
special Officer Reait Investlfletlna Bam
berger Line Time.
spe. isl to The Tribune.
OGbfSN, Sept 9. Hatina tuned the
spr-,i demons who were wonl t" hurl
their automobiles tbrouKh tho crowded
thoroughfares of the flown -town district,
disregardlnar the lives of pedestrians at
Intersections, as well ay the least r demons
of the motorcycle brigade, Bneolal Offl
oar 'l)liam R.-axt Is now turnUR hi?
attention n th. l.ncer fT3
Convinced thai the electric trains of
the Salt t.ale & Qardcn Railroad com
pany were balnjc lam throuah Lincoln
avenue at a rati- of speed far In excess
of the limit prescribed bj the city ordi
nances, the offlcei today climbed aboard
one "f the outgoing trains wiTh a stop
watch In his band. As The Roinr pounded
hihI the train started on its way to the
Capital city the offlcbr's thumb pressed
the item of hi wati h. When the city
limit was reached the pp I detective
looked at bis chronometer, signaled the
conductor to stop, and alighted from tne
train. Back to the depot of the Barn
berger line went the officer with his stot
watch in his hand. To the agent of Hie
road he proceeded to explain that the
trains of the company were beating iy
one bio. k the city's speed limit and
that arrests would certainly follow un
less the Interurbsin trains wars not run
at a lower rate of speed out Lincoln avo
ntte In the futtue.
Rernt changes in the schedule of the
lnterurhan trains resulted hi faster time
beinc made by tbr- trains. This caused
roslilvnts alonn Lmeolii acmiu to i.om-plafn.
NEW CHURCH AT CLINTON.
Lay Cornerstone of Presbyterian Edifice
Speeiai to The Tribune.
OGDEX Sept. 0. Sunday afternoon
the cornerstone of ih- new Presbyterian
ohurch at Clinton will h laid with ar
propriate ceremonies. The Rev. J B!
Carver, pastor of the First Presbyterian
church et. Ogden, win preach In the grove
at 8 o'clock after wl it the conarrega
tion v iil gather al the church Bite for
the exercises Incident to the laying of
the cornerstone. This will take place at
4 o'clock The now church Is being buln
!v a ' i'ijrf"M t lot. oi p;.n i'e, -,rM sro tng
by an evangellstlt movement. The church
site la on -naif mile soutli of Clinton and
nine miles south of Ogden. near the
tracks of the Salt Lake ft Ogden rall
Judge King to Speak
Bpeclal i n The Tribune.
OGDEN, Sept. Judge W. H. King
of Sail Lak- City will bo the principal
speaker at the regular afternoon aervlcea
to be held at tb" ridden tabernacle Sun
flaj The tabecnacle eholr win make its
appearance for the f.rst time sln'', the
vacation period! under the leadership
of rrof Joseph BsJuuityne, who recently
returned from an extended trip to Euro
Damage Suit on Trial.
Special to The Trlbunw.
OGDEN". S'.pt 0 Beforo a jury in
Jud"- Howell's division Of the lis rl.t
court today the trial of th damage suit
brougtit by Mrs. Annie Van Rooghulxen
BgalnSl ')gden City was taken up for
trial The plaintiff in asking for $x:i
damages to her property on Adams ave
nue, between Thl it y - fourth and Thirty
fifth streets, caused by a i liange of the
sidewalk and street grado in November,
Reception for Judge Kingslcy.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDKN". Sept. Il--.fudge Nathan Kings
ley, general grand high priest Of the
Royal Arch Masons of tiie I'niioi Btates,
was the iriK-st of honor at the Masonic
temple here today. The Royal Arch Ma-
BOIIS r,f Ogden were the hosts at an In
formal reception. About slxtj members
Of the L'tuh Ro-al Arch Masons were
present, the delegates from Salt Lake
City Including Judge Armstrong. Judge
Klngsley will leave tomorrow for his home
Wife Wants Divorce.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN: Sept. For the past two
years Andrew Otterbeck bas failed to
provide his wife with tin; necessaries
of life, according to a complaint for dl
I voree filed today l.y Jennie May Ottere
j tcck. The Otterbecks ware married at
T.ocan July 2, 1902. Mr. Otterbeck
1 wants )-.- custody Of the minor children,
25 monthly alimony, $30 attorney's fcs
. and DOSta
To Discuss Socialism.
j Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Sept. ?. Arthur Morrow
, Lswts, one of the most distinguished lec
turers ' n So, lallsm in the world, will d
I l.ver nn ad.!i'-Hs at tho First Methodist
; eiiurcli on the evening of September -".
j His subject w ill be '"The Co-operative
I LUXOR HOTEL. 54 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
new moAern house, centrally I orated,
steam heat, t.-lnpnone. hot and eold water
In all rooms; private and public baths.
BH cars transfer to hotel; moderate tales
for day or week. m79
SIGNS AND SCENERY
(.'HAS. PETERSON, 20 RICHARDS ST..
brass. Chipped jjlass and painted. Doth
j phone. i
MENS HATS CLEANED AND
blocked I'anarnas a specialty Salt
i Lak-. Ha: Factory, 24 L. 1st South. PI n-
LL P AP E R C L E AN I NG
I Hi ME PAPER CLEANING CO. I
work; eTperiencd men; prlcus rlKht.
I Ofilco DtavaU's paper store. dH79
U FOLLETTE LEAGUE
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Sept. The La lolletto
I Republican league of Ogden was for
I malh launched al a meeting tonighl in
the i-onrr room of District Judge N .1
Karris io the countj building. Mayor
William GIssmann made the principal
address, explaining the referendum and
recall ami other features, Other speak
en were 6. -s- Smith P Ji Hendorshot
and Moroni II. Thomas There was a
fair attendance for Saturday pight. P.
J, Hendorshot was elected temporary
chairman and Moroni n. Thomas tern
porary secretary. A number of new
names were added to the nll and the
meeting was adjourned to Tlmrsdav
evening, September 21, when there will
bs an election of permanent officers, b
programme Of music and speeches on
the principles of the progressive Republicans,
HUNTER In this city, September 7,
1911, Francis Hunter, aged ft months
and u; days. Funeral services' win be
ii.id from the family residence, 32 North
Seventh West, today (Sunday) a( i
O'clock p m. Interment. 'lty cemetery.
LFtER W. HA Ll UNDERTAKER AND
ombalmor. J6t S. West Temple, rhones
LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. R
McKenzle l'lsplay ards 422 Sr. State
THE LEADING FLORIST, W. W. KINO
214 E. 2nd So. Both phones 37. b297
HUDDART FLORAL CO.. 62 SO. MAIN
st. Phones 10C. Cut flowers and fu
neral deslems. nl523
CRISMON & NICHOLS. ASSATFRS
and chemists, removed to 229 South
Weat Temple. w1792
1 M'lN ASSAY OFFICE. 12 SOUTH
West Temple. P. O. Box 144(5. nlolO
BETTLES MATHEZ & (O. A. F.
Bardwell. manager 15S South V.e5t
Temtle Both phone-. f217
R H. OFFICER & CO., ASSATERS 10
South West Templo st , Salt Lake
BANKS AND BANKING
of Salt Lake City.
ForIijn exchange- travelers' checiues;
Interest paid on time and savings te
poslts; your account, largo or small, will
rec?.? careful attention. H P. Clark,
president. John J. Daly vice president;
A. H Peabody vice president; W. H.
M'CORNICK t. CO..
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
DESERET NATIONAL BANK.
United States depository.
CaoltaJ. $500. uOO. surplus, $600,000.
BARGAINS, ALL MAKES. SOLD OR
rented; supplies. Stewart Glcesoa
Co.. 36 Wesc i'nd South, Bell 290. Jnd.
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE. REBUILT
machines, all makes, for sale. I'hone
2927. 34 Boston bldg. k2586
SEL" HALL ANGER FOR TYPEWRITER
repairs. rentals find supplies. Bell
phone 2037 34 Boston bldp. k25S5
L. C. SMITH NO 3. LATEST MODEL,
'nlv slightly use.. JS5. Typewriter Ex
change. 301 Boston bldg. k254
ALL MAKES RENTED, EXCHANGED,
sold bargain! In several makes at $20.
Renting a specialty Visible machines, all
makes Phones 43V Utah Typewriter
Exchange Co.. 66 w. 2nd So. m365
SMITH PREMIER 2vO. 2, NEARLY
new. $3:; No. 10 'islble Smith Premier,
nearlv new. f 2.50. Typewriter Exchange.
304 Boston hldy. k2583
ROYAL LAUNDRY EXPERT LAUN-dc-rers;
specialty of family washing. 6c
lb ; pleated shirts with cuffs. 15c.
Phones 61. k2664
STAR LAUNDRY; FAMILY WASHING:
rough drv 6c per pound Bell Forest
57. Ind. 0"9. k3147
SUNBURST AND SIDE PLEATING.
Mrs. M. r. Jennens, 60S East 3rd So.
st Bell phono 1746-Z. c3104
DR. ALICE HOUGHTON. ROOMS 617
1S Mclntyro bldg. Ind phono 359; Bell
4316; residence. Bell Main 861. x6'J0
DR. AUSTIN KERR. OSTEOPATHIC
Physician. Mclntyro bids Both phones.
DR. G. A. GAMBLE. GOS-0 SfcINTYRE
bldg.; hours 10 to 4 p. m. Both phones
CALVIN CARRINGTON WI8HES TO
announce the opening of his piano
tndlo, 44j South Main. Special rates to
JOHN FA RRINGTON HOME CARRIAGE
Co-J stables rear Colonial hotel. Phones
MCOYS STABLE. CARRIAGES AND
light livery horses bought and sold,
j Both phones SL c!41
im. P. E. MORGAN. DENTIST. BQ2
Scott bldg. Ind. S51S. Open evenings.
11. J. SMITH DENTIST. OF" MURRAY,
room 713 Kearns bldg., 126 Main. alT
GUARANTEED CURB ALL STOMACH
Troubles, appendlettts. kidnev. Ilvcr and
bladiler diseases, blood, skin and nervous
disorders yield readily Send for pam
phlet. Greenhalgh Remedy Co.. 2S K.
4th So. rr,714
PORTRAIT AGENTS TO BRING YOUR
proofs to 122 Atlas bldg. to be nnlshed,
work that delivers. L Boutlich, artlsT.
TRAVELING MANAGER. SALARY
nnd expenses. Address R-3. Tribune.
AGENTS IN BVERY COUNTY IN THE
U. P. The best selling household ar
tlcle On the market. Build Up n perma
nent trade. Sample and Instructions
free. Sanitary Mfg. Co.. Reno. New
AGENT8, SELL OUR ACCIDENT POL-
Icy for SI venilv: pays 1000 death.
weekly benefit; big seller; iiiT:ti commlS'
slona; eaclusive territory. German com
mercial Accident Co., Newark. N. J .
AGENTS WANTED TO INTRODUCE
article which helps reduce household
expei tea; pnrtlr-ulnts free; write today,
The F. H. Fountain Co., 2103 Oakes ave.,
Kverett, Wash. 111U6I
rOtl CAN MAKE $25 TO IBO PER
week soiling strictly n-w article on the
market; noanj everybody wants one or
more; success assured. Investigate today.
Sunvllle Mfg. Co . bos B27, Pueblo, Colo.
EIGHT DOLLARS PER HUNDRED
paid for collecting names and addressi i
Steady work, stamp for particulars. Cal
vert Sales Co., 217-219 St Paul St.. linl -tlmore,
EASY MONEY, LITTLE WORK A
revelation, t 'a vender sold "10 In 8
days. Applewhite took 6 orders In 30
mlntltcs. Irresistible s.-lllt.c proposition.
Sond quick for details; sworn statements,
facts about wonderful automatic razor
sharpener Marvelous accuracy amazes
everybody, only successful Invention Of
lis kind In existence. Bells Itself. Local
ag-Mits. managers everywhere all or
-p.tr- li-ne- $.".n to pn weekly Write at
once. The Never Fail company, 1 1 14
Colton hidg., Toledo, o. ml082
SOLI'; MPS. OP THE MAGIC COOKER.
Outsells all other household specialties.
Balden Sup. and Mfc I !o., 17 E. Lake St
Chicago. ml 070
AGENTS WINNER OF WINNERS
new idea. Queen broom se:u 60c prov
en quickest, cleanest, exclusive terri
tory repeater on market. Golden oppor
Tnniiv. Warren Brush company, Cin
cinnati. O ml07S
WANTED AGENTS 7c PROjETT EACH
10c sale Best liitie article ever of
fered. Sample for 3c In stamps. Raw
HiiKs, box 9-i:. st Louis, Mo, ml077
S10" MONTHLY AN D EXPENSES TO
travel and distribute samples for big
manufacturer; steady work s. Scheffer,
319-0 Chli ago mio; i
?2. WEEKLY AND EXPENSES TO
trustworthy people to travel and dis
tribute samples for hie wholesale house
C. H, Emery. 448-P, Chicago. ml073
AGENTS BOTH SEXES: WE MANU
facture and control the faatesl selling
iionseiiopi specially ever Invented. Con
nolly Co , 123 Liberty St., Now York.
AGENTS OUR NEW 1911 MODEL IN -candescent
kerosene burner 100 can
dlepower Htjbt --burns u-lih or without
mantle. Prices defj competition. Par
ticulars ftee. Simplex Gaslight Co New
FREE SAMPLE-NO SPLASH WATER
strainers are winners Dally profit 16
upward. Let uy prove It. Send 2r fmail
In? cost). Seed Filter Co., New York.
-10 A DAY EASY. MANY MAKE DOU
ble as asent for thf Duplexo Vacuum
Cleaner The only perfect hand machine
made, doubln suction, weighs only 6 lbs,
leans carpets, floors, curtains, furniture
a wonder. Can t get out of order, n
child can work it. Surprisingly low price,
hlpr profits, high class easy business One
machine free to working agents. Write
quick for territory, terms and our ijreat
offer. Duplexo Co., 07 South 5th Plreot,
Brooklyn. N. Y. mi.nCS
WA NTED. A GOOD CANVASSER TO
represent us In every town In the
state, on B&Iary or commission. The
greatest sciw on the market Address
box No. 110, Newark Wayne Co.. V V.
A FEW LIVE AGENTS FOR TRAVEL
Inj? and local positions: salary and ex
penses. Call Mondaj and Tuesday be
tween o nnd 4 168 Vy. 3rd Bo. ml 242
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND PAIR BACH OF MEN'S OX
forda snd women's pumps; newest.
sprinK styles: worth $3 r.O and $5 00 a
pair. Owner can have same bv caillnic
at tho Economy Shoo &'hop with $2 5u
as reward. Fourth floor JudKe bids
MANY A TREASURE HAS BEEN RE
galned, many a keepsake safely re
turned as the result of a little three or
four-lino Tribune Wan' Ad The Trib
une Wants are of Inestimable value in
restoring lost articles to their owners.
MANY OTHER CLASSIFICATIONS OF
The. Tribune wants are equally a vital
In their influence to hundreds of readers
as tho facta that are listed under tho
caption "Lost and Found "
LOST GOLD WATCH AND PIN, BE
tween Main and West Temple, Initials
on it C. R. R. Reward. -'IS W. 1st So
LOST GOLD-BAND RING SET WITH
small diamond In Masonic atnblem. Ini
tials 'L A. B " on inside. Return to L.
A. Billings. Mailing Division. Postofflce
Reward. - mSTt
1 DARK ROAN MARE. 4 YEARS OLD:
1160 or 1200 lbs: mane on rlirht side,
square cut tail; $20 reward. Phone Bell
5861, Ind. 406S. Corner 13th So. and Stale.
LOST WHITE FRENCH POODLE. AN
swers name of "Rags." Return to 876
East 3rd Soutb. apartment A. Reward.
LOST WHITE CURLY POODLE DOG
Return to :J7 E. 6th So. Reward
LOST FRENCH POODLE TjOG. DARK
brown spo? on back. Return to 144
West 3rd SouTh. Reward. ml006
LOST NEAR WEST TEMPLE AND
,rd South, alllgaior bag containing let
ters, owner's name. Return to Tribune
LOST NEAR D. fc R. G. DEPOT. PART
of lantern Return to this office for
LOST GOLD ORATORICA L PRIZE
medal; valuable only to owner. Return
to r,i'7 Tri'uunc bldg. nil272
LOST BETWEEN 8TH AVE. AND H
st. and Meredith apartments one black
willow bat boa. Return to Meredith,
upariment C. or HO.'.-X. mlSOfl
LOST AT POSTOFFICE, BUNCH OF
keys; B. B. Qulnn. narno on ring Re
ward. Return to Tribune. " mlSM
POUND A BABY'S COAT IN MISSION
theater. Call at rear 117 North Vnd
LoST or STRAYED LARGE GRAY
oat, with white nose, breast and feet;
named Boots Phon Wa:-.ucri Z3Zt-Z.
FURS AND TAXIDERMISTS-
WE STORE KI RS during THE SUM
mer season. Big reductions on repair
ing, remodeling relyc'ng and cleaning.
Fura must be denned before being; stored
R. BTENZBTi FUR. CO., 57 E. Ird So
Tel Bell 4191. ! 300
ILVVE YOU ANY LAME OR BLEND
I 'bed horses? If no, address Eagle
Homo Remedy Co . It will cost jou noth
ing to write; consultation free, Addreai
161 East 1st Svjth. Ir.d. 1G222. U323 2
XTASTBD' -MATiTP jBCffljf
SHE PPA RD' BMPLOYME NT AG BNCY.
"The Red Front." 112 West 2nd South
Hea.louarihers railroad and minim, wu,
50 MEN TO BORROW MONEY ON
anything of value. Undo ham. 30 m'
1st South CTW
M. J, DIXON EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Skilled and unskilled laborers
nlahed. 40 Easl 1st South, corner Com-
merctal. Bell phon WW.: lad. ; ?
STROCR78 EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Hotel, restaurant and household nc-ip
Headquarters for laborers
65 West 2nd South. Phones 49e47n
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. pA?:
ment First Concrcs.xtlonal church, we
cet you a position free of charge. 1 '"Ac
phones Ind 3666. Bell 5822. "
NEWSPAPER CARRIERS BOYS FROM
16 to IS. who have hud experience in
d-llverlr.K and collectinr preferred; Rpoa
moite-; excellent business trair.lnz. ai
dress C-.r,7. Tribune Vit-
MEN WANTED to TRY OUR B. A T.
trus'ei?' fit iruarnnteed or morev je
funded. Rex Drue Co. 79 West Srd Bo
cut rate druetrlsts. ' 1 - -'
W ANTED -1000 MEN TO WEAR OUR
mr.de-fo-ord.T MS suits. Dundee VVooler,
mil's. 2H South Main st. --B
IF YOU WANT TO PAY FOR A
course In detective tralnlntr anil Ret
value, rail 208-209 Mclntyro building. Ba
South Main TKM
YOU ARE WANTED FOR COVEP.N
ment position $sn month: senrl OOltal
for lift of porlron onen. PranKlln in
stitute, dept. 450-II. Rochester. N. Jtfog
SAVE CAR FARE BRET'S HOT M En
chants lunch, I&C Fleur Da Lis, hi So.
W A NTED YOU NG MEN WITH BT-c-clcs
good wages, steady emOjOT
ment. W. U. Tel. Co. Wise
WANTED WORK FOR lVIVERSITY
students University authorities win
co-operate with employers to .supply com
petent workers, both men and women, for
practically all kind of work. Mall or
telephone your needs to University of
BOTH EMPLOYEES AND EMPLOYERS
find The Tribune Want column a
clearing house of information and a
means of introduction.
VEST MAKER E. C. CH RISTEN6EN
730 24ih St., Ogden. Utah. k323
WANTED PAY OR BOARD AT START
learn trades automobiles, electricity,
plumbing, bricklaying, by actual work on
jobs: only few months required and no
apprenticeship drudgery; 300 students last
year; catalogue free. United Trade
School. Lop Angeles. Cel. ml9
WANTED - GOOD LIVE INSURANCE
man to act as local agent In Bingham
for a reliable company; big money f..r
a hustler. Call 72-76 Continental bldg.
GOOD CHILI OOK WANTED. NO
cigarette fiend or booze fighter need
apply Address P-M. Tribune. m63.!
A NO. I SALESMAN; MUST BE A
trade getter; must have besl of refer
ences; no has-been need answer. Ad
dress P O. box 734. m.82
SEVERAL GOOD. EXPERIENCED
coal miners; must be steady and reli
able give reference, nationality, etc. Ad
dress R-10. Tribune. mOOS
IF YOU WANT THE BEST YOU
should enroll at Henager's Business
i oiicsrc positions secured for all grad
uates; Investigate. m914
LAUNDRY DRIVERS WANTED TO
work on commission basis. Standard
Laundry. 119 both phones. rnSGS
WANTED TWO FIRST-CLASS ALL -around
carpetners S4 SO for 8 hours.
Apply to 1" Peddema. Contractor and
Builder. Elko. Nevada. m977
WANTED THREE OR FOUR MEN
who can Invest Sr'0n to $1'100 In best
paying wholesale business In citv to
manage branch business, snlarv $25 per
week to start. Call at office. No. 2".
Eu'ls block m994
BE A DETECTIVE EARN SL'O TO $300
monthly, traveling Stamp for partic
ulars. Write Frederick Wagner, 1212 LeN-
ington ave., N. v. mlOM
GENERAL BUSINESS MAN THAT t..'A N
do specialties, also live agent that
Knows Utah. Call New Windsor hotel,
room 221. inll09
MEN AND WOMEN EASILY MAKE
over $2o weekly growing muahrooms In
eiiar.s. sheds, boxes, etc. Markets wan
ing. Free booklet. Hiram Bart on. W.
4Sth street; New York. inl072
SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY POR A
live real estate salesman. Apply "b"
E arns bldg. ml 179
A ST ENOG R A P MBit, WIDE A W A K E
young man; small salary to hegm, good
chance for advancement. Apply ready for
work Monday morning at 8 o'clock. Boitii
yon Home Builders Co., 10 East rd South
St in 1200
TAILORS WANTED. FIRST-CLASS
pants maker, also bu6helman; must be
Al coatmakar, Sanderson & Zubler, 30S
Judge bldg. in!208
DANCING TAUGHT BY MAIL WRITE
Prof. Woodward. 116 Main Bt.. Salt
Lake City. e3234
FREE ILLUSTRATED BOOK TELLS
about over 360, 000 protected positions
In U. S. service. More than 40.000 -a-
cancles every year. There is a big chance
hero for yOU, sure and generous pay,
lifetime employment. Easy to get. .lust
ask for booklet G-219 No obligation.
Earl Hopkins, Washington, D. C.
LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE WANTED,
No canvassing or soliciting required.
Good Income assured Address National
Co-operative Really Co . V-S27 Marden
Building Washington, D. C. m!83
PIR8TCLABS CABINET MAKERS
W, L, Wetherbee Co., 158-160 West 1st
BO'S 16 YEARS OLD, WITH BICYCLE
Call Monday forenoon, Smlth-Ballev
Drug Co. q 1350
FOE THOROUGHLY SATISFIED 8TU
dents Utah Business collego leads Bos
ton bldg. Start now. ml373
8A1 BSMAN, HUSTLER! ABOUT 35, UN
derstandlng bookkeeping and typewrit
ing; office and outdoors Address R-39.
STRONG BOY WANTED FOR DELI V
ery. Apply S o' lock Monday, Reming
ton Typewriter Co . 172 So. W. Temple.
in 1 404
ALL AROUND MAN FOR CLEANING
business: must furnish references In
nulre 432 Haael ojurt. 4th Sout'u' 5tii and
6th East, by 10 a. ni. ml28o
R. R. BRIDGE CARPENTERS.
R. R, brldKM helpers.
Machine miners, Idaho. $3 50. tunn'
Chuck tenders. Idaho. S3.no. long Job
20 luhoi ,.r.j. c.tv JLMO. today,
BHEPPARD'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
112 W. I'nd South St.
Phone Waaateh 35J4. mi264
RUNNER WANTED. CALL BETWEEN
i'l and 12 Sunday. Liberty Hotel, corner
2nd South and 2nd West nil26C
I BS8BR. CLEANER, FIRST-CLASs"
all-aroUnd man. must bushel ladlOa'
and Kent:.' garments. Calhoun. 12 to
Sundays. 9 to 5 week days. U'j E,i9l
-'nd South. ml275
1 minor $3 50
-:' kbowsa . . . to't2!M
BTROClCB BMP. AGCY
4 55 W. 2nd So. st. tri.'205
1 i E N VGER'S jp s r.N .-c " -MkV
will gl-. - $100 for ,,, ,.
thai has uiff.
soli, i i-oiis ;:r':-j
WANTED - -STTUaTiokJtB
f ft E R E I S M A N Y ' Tp, . ' -SK
easy reach of : .. , - ITl0f;
keeps In ckso toucn wpi. t'" Wk
Wont columns. " 1 ; '"1SMTi
GOOD STENOGRAPiTku" vvTB?I
writer deslies l-.-n. .,! w ,,,YJ J TM!
Lake, no cbje.-tloi.ahle .l lV
and steady . w:;i a..:,.. ... ' rS
oegl.-i w:fa .-.r..- J2. A.idr.'.v! (SjK
Geo. A. Childcis, Ulny '.;a.-ri ' " - m- .jj
COMPETENT r: .i mK KiT.rM?
counTant and ofih c ,n.x ,r.r II
tion, references furnished.' AdflrejB
BY OFFICE MAN, A G ETi7Trfc.
rtgnres. clerical work. aiivtb'h.7i?iB
expenses Address R-s. Tribune
JAPANESE BOY H ISlTt.TrsB
To wash dishes cleaning n'fw.
kind of lo-ix-worl;. that i f;5UH
6 p. I .'v''rr,jsm
Harry Hara. 31 Rlehar.iH rlty
BY INDUSTRIOUS TAI-VxajsH'
work in denial parlor. Aildro'B
ST ATIONA RY El ! : E M A NDESIhBsft
Rltlon: good references cUm
ENGLISHMAN. I... IviLLWOH
ranch fur board. Address r;.VH
JVANTED S TUATTO NFSJB
G E R MAN' LAI ' v ya vrTln
and Ironing, lev:.-e- :.-.,,,::. lr."'B
WOMAN WAN'-s y. 'TMVthTH
v.-ashii '-.-. i.- o,.., it. lr"i-B
GIRLS TO WAI'I,' 1 1 N icLasl
small r.:;:f.nur-.r.i . ' trataH
sary W ' l-.t .- ' !mi
l i:islei.e !'.';: .-v.tJ
menu; by the ilnj. I'r: i; 'j
Y -l I ' M'- I EM EES POsiTttS
diess R-42, Tribune.
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN 'vT!
bousewoiU. Add:"-. l;-i. T-..,tB-
V A NTEI i PLACE Tu WORii"
board at'.'! loom by .-.;-: viami
ing business college Phone 1UH
WANTED piiSITIoN ASOMlB
io private family ; rkieih . .-Zm
frr'-d do. mind : .- -.X
work. A?dr . r's N... V plurps cotlH
as n ii'si-;ki.epei: i-- iT155iB
nioi- ni' u or i . .. .ri i lit g Im '-'W
ecu d ing to I.. l i . i, :,),-, r -- tu
'!; re-- Tru El ; ;,1
FIRST CLASS I !ESSM kKk"B
ladies' lailov r .-2 poB
Address R-16 Tribune.
an i x r-v i . i i:x i-.i i.ressxB
and tailor. J2 i !X
AS HOUSEKEEPER F H WIDfjlB
or Invalid; m-m,. . aH
a '"Mil. n:r -.u ivoM
W.'ililS ce'ieral lion:
vvoj-K. 261 Sc... ':,,! i;,,-. PhowiC
A FIRST-CLASs I A I 'Nl -'IEsITwH.
wnshlnc bv : lie ilav b'sSI.
GERMAN WOMAN A NTS V0bH
any kind, washlns or houMH
Address R-4 Tribune. M
WANTED A LE ISMSslf
A FEW VERY COM ..H:D
solicitors for San F'ram-ljcoB
Book ji'ivertlsing. In Utah. HisV
Advertising i-i'mpany, 2-i' MsrketB
SA LESNLVN -EXPErTeM l.'J llfl
line to sell i,--'t.cr..l -p i. " nw
.-xeelle.l specialty p-s:; ,.,n wlihH
new feature. Commission with
ly for expenses Th' c : .; ,W
Co.. Cleveland. O. f
WANTED- HIGH CLASS SPECM
salesman for Utah tn becin sotB
one-. Staple line ? ''' 'w"
Contra- r-nntaiuinc. liberal vtll
ance clause. References
Miles F. P.lxler Co.. Clewland,
WA'NTET1 --rr 'VI REPftEB
tlve for Success Hand V.iccum CW
Supcilor to any cleaner tnaJK
hand or rar- p!nV
prove this In any conti 'IjB
using tb.e Success cleaners. EJSBH
of profits. Hutchison Mfs- Co.. M
burg. Pn. j
SALESMEN WANTED. H
class salesmen who v.!): ippt'JM
chaiict. to connect thenisolve
c-iistern pottery, i: .i;tu:ac:--irlnir aM
ware, crockery. ,1'rr"a
arlety and ilpartmcnt stores; "JRl
salesman fr Utah a..' 1 ru,B
must furnish 1 references. For
view address R-23, TribuneM
THREE "E THE REST
salesmen In this locality, for ePH
vortlslng proposition musl 1
dressed and able to secure .ui'!ie"SJ
most prominent peop(e In '-'J.B
money No bouse to bouse H
taking those that make ko.kI ,0JB
coast Answer in person Sunday
day a m. IE C. Ea:cr?on. HoUHM
Th"I'!X INVENTION'S. TlB
marks or copyrights, see J. -Eahle
pRivAri:' i'p.Ku-f uni'. ,'";'NH
cases. Mrs. L!zle -',ls,!'", 1
North. Bell Uf'3-X. Indjj-; Ml
MILITARY ' ' A N P TUESDAT JBJ
day and Saturday. Concrva"iaK
C8 Postofflce plao: -k
drT 1 s j ; : a 1 :e T u " a yij
opodlst. 726 Mclmyro bldlf-. M
Majn - rzrB!
CHEMISTS AND ASSAYS
. - "rd COWAN 'obcssB
160 South W. Temple. VM
PATENTS AND TRADJ
"7NVEVro7lS. AT' '.sotA
WHY SEND TO AslI H
Mora satisfy tion .;ea.lnk SH
tornc-vs. Practical iiKBO"11
experience at vour dlp,sTi II
' j : 7 - 'JuiIg2 Jlli-l
OXYPi: THY TREATJjjJ
SCIEN.;ioK HE A LING lj fts
local testimonials. 'V
ilvo. guarttTit-cd. -108 Myjj2iI!-M
si'nl' "held 'rem - -y1;1-' n tSK
pole hotel. 35 E f, n;.t3t W
massogo; new and Cfin5c'e"
aula Suite S8.