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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 151911. - 1
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li ADDITIONAL SPORTING NEWS
"THEY'RE OFF" 1
BLUE GIISS STATE
Fall Racing- Season Begins at
Lexington With an Inter
Continued from Pairc Ten.
Marion P. Dig!-, I to 1. third. Tim',
ill 3-.v . .
Third rao. derby - up. rolls end
quarters Oenoguc. : to ". won: Salian,
in to 1 second: CruchS DOT, 11 10
third. Tim". 3:06 1-5.
Fourth race, seven furlongs Fiate
i;imh i io i won; sir Johnson, 8 to i.
second; cuff Edge, 10 to I, thir.i. Tim.-,
Fifth race, steeplechase, about two aim
a I alf rtiii's. hand Imp High Bridge
to B won;- Thlstledale, B to ::. second;
Wycicson, 3 to I, third. Tim". B:17.
Sixth race, live furlongs Turbine, 8 to
won. Sympetlvy. 2 to I second; Tick
Tack. 12 to 1. third. Time, 1:01 1-6.
Seventh race, mile and an eighth
Montgomery, 7 to i". won; Graula, to
i. second; Ryebuck, LI to 1, third. Time.
Eighth race, mile B revile, 3 to i. won.
Trov Weight, I to I, second; Planute,
6 to 1. third. Time. 1.41 2-5
T.edv Onrilr ftnlsbed second, but wax
Today's Montreal Entries.
MONTR A t, spt i t Friday's entries:
First race five furlongs, selling, two-
vdr-rc Senator SpurUs. Thirty Fort v.
jlO; Automald, Flam ma. Loathly Lady. I
Dipper D Mexoana, 87; Med River,
no Wood Dove I0S; Delightful, 07;
Th Hump 102; Rey, n-. O'Kecfe. 105;
Congressman James, no. Seven Stars,
1"". MJ Joe. P2.
s.-ond race mile and n half, steeple
chase Lamp Rlack. Annum. 132; Andy
Chesholm. 137; His Reverence, New
comer. 132. I
Third rao. a mil" and furlong handi
cap three-year-olds Leah, BB; Bounder,
W, Aldrtan, 105; Stnr Charter, 116; I
Fourth race, five furlongs, provincial
nursery, province breed, two-year-olds
Fred Cowans, Flora Crown, King Saxe,
lit; Risbt Wing. Sox, 115.
Fifth race, mile, handicap, selling
IvabeC !'s. Shelby, John Reardon, 100;
0. -rkhi.tM. i"-': uu"siin- Mark, 11.', Ila
man. liS; Dull c.ire. 9 V
sixth ru'-'-. seven furlongs, steeplechase,
four-year-old and up Joe Galtens, 101;
Lady Rosalie. R'4; 'Merman, 09; 'Dull
Care. I0B: J. H Houghton, 101: Ben
1. 'vai. ii". Bprlngmss, i"4: .Mom Cala, I
Pdllv V'andervere, Anna L Daley,
p ldl v : s, M; Ivabelle, KM; Night-1
Apprentice allowance, Weather clear;
SCPRAMO WINS SWEEPSTAKES.
Five Heats Necessar-v to Decide Winner
on Grand Circuit.
SYRACUSE. N. V.. Sept. 1 .-- Soprano. '
. ' won the iiiuiiirn sweepstakes, thi
feature evenl of tiwiay's grand olreult J
meeting, beating Hal I wort by !:0&L tl
teak live heats i" decide which trotter
wou' 1 '1 llio xi.a'. H -hare of Uir- J42ai
Eva Cord, owned by F. G. Jones of
Cleveland, won the - 24 i r ! . which was
f '; -it." t race cvfr In M In Ihls class.
5:06 e, two in three, purse 81000
Major Brlno won In straight heats; best
lime. 2:061, Ella Ambulator, second; star.
The Madden sweepstakes, three In I
Ove, puree $1200 (second money $800)
Sonrene. b. m., bv Beiiim. won iirsi,
folirth and fifth heats and race; 1 1 ?; -worthy,
b. g.. won second and third
heals. Tim", 2:". L' OKJ, l.(C, 'J . 1' ti'ij
3408 peeing; two In three, purs- $1000
Mv Shady Hll- won second and third!
)i-a,th ami ra-". best time. .' "Si. Twink
ling Dan won lirsl heat; lime, siOOf DL--1
tuni Regeni. third.
Int"r.-it -x-nts. 2:24 trft to wagon,
two in ihr"e. tripli- Kva Cord won sec-l
nd and third heats and race; bast time, I
3:121. Uncle HUT won first heit; linv.
Kiee for an trot o wagon, trophy, lwo
in three Doctor Trcjr won in tralslu
heats: best lime, 2:091. Bsrvaldo, sec
ond; St5rtl". third.
2:11 Irnt to Wagon, two in t,i"". KOld
cup FOxy Roy won In stra'.Kiit heats;
b"Ht tiiii.. 2114. R"d La-.-, Jr., xfiond;
'j.u trot to wagon, two in three, League
iiiaii"ni;'' "ur we tags won in straight
h'.its: h"st timi'. 2:1 IJ. Mho (,'assldy.
second; Mattle Ulerton, third.
2:15 trot to wagon, two In three, trophy-
Myrtle Onrnett won , straight
h"ata. l.rst tlui". 2:111. ln-. second;
Harry Dovereaux, third.
First Da of Registration Sat
isfactpry; Instruction W ill
Th" University i f I tah l,. nan ih- reg-
I strati on of students yeatsrday, ti sn-1
II I tin nt w.i.-4 v.'jMiri.-d iast ni'"t t.. havo
been gratlfylngly lai.-. Reglat ration
will 'oniinue today and tomorrow, and
Instruction arm begin Monday.
Th- prosricots for thr year nv unusu
all) tirKiit. Last yeai the Institution
MKiKHwd : Ktu'i-ii;. To .( ,-,,n5..i
grade and 300 of preparatory grade. Pro-
paratory xttidents win not Increase, in-' 1
the prt'i ara' .: d.-i-urtmiMii. now .1 a, -ondary
training school, la open only ioj
holders of imrr.ml sraola rahlpa. .olieg" ',
x"ldMU- :: I'k' l." !,, i-uv.iv Inlfv l" '.
or even more brlnglnt; the numlx-r nf t
ollega students up to a total or m-arlv,
1 ' ,
Tne." stufientB dlatrlliule thnmsslTOS
fairly equally nmong the .nhoois ot 1 m
university. Students who wish n Renprai
training, rltt'.nc them f.-r anv neenpatton
mter the -!iooi of art?, ar.d sciences
Associated witj, thi school Is adepart
ment of law and a school of medicine,
provKllns two v-,.rs ,, ,..
work and each drawing i larK"r and tar- 1
kt runitr of ih.- young men of Utah
who dvik torwerd t-i law and medldne u
a ;ro."sslou. The orl of mlnE glvj-s!
t eourses In the various kind of engineer-
it, detnaaded by th" various Industries
'J of the stat". In the normal school stu-
dents ar prepared for the positions of
1 :cachlng in lotr, the hlsh schools and th"
v-mentar: ' -.o;.. r Ti ... Utt-. The
"' "id.ir-. it.intiiK ...I. op.M, ,,.
holders of normal i-ho!erships. elves
hlsh s. hool tralnlmi which r,t students
I W admission 10 "nter anv of the other
schools of the Institution.
JJnivrrSlty authorities arc making every'
x effort 10 secure employment for such si 1-
i dents who need to enin all or pa.rt n(
2 their vreTi!.e. ant with such succesa
C thai thej :r. prepared to sv that no
"Indent who has amMtlnn. enenty and
lotiraa" need den-, himself the advantage
of an education on account of la. k of!
l fu:;'.-. ,
DEMET1 FAILS TO
Turk's Manager Covers For
feit, but Greek Is Not Pres
ent for Conference.
Hassan ToUSOUf. through his manager.
V Tuohey, yesterdas posted n for
feit at th" Natlmial Bank of the Re
public to cover that nut up the day be
fore by William Demetral. and showed
his willingness to msei the Oreelt hi
r.Minn match here by sianlng articles of
agreement calllna for a dnlsh match, to
be decided In the SAli Lake theater on
the night of September J, under the
management of Harry lleaaren.
Demetral, however, failed to keep
ppointment for a. conference with Hea
sren end Ti e Turh ami when called over
th telephone oleaded '"at he bad en
tirely forgotten th- appointment mad.- a
few hours previously. He promised Hea
?ren fln.1 TuOhey. however, that he would
sign ihc articles pom" lime 1 0,1.1 -
The ai ticks as signed by Tuohey for
Hassan call for finish match nndej- re-
i.e,i polios fJazette rules, best two falls
out of three, with the strangle hold
barred, The division of the purse Is left
blank, as Tuohey Is willing to permit the
Greek to nrraiuro this. Tuohey in wiii
imc. he sdiK. to make n winner-take -all
a rrans;eme!ii . hut will crec. to anythitut
that Milts Demetral.
Marshall Loses Game.
CARLSBAD, Sepi. 14. In the eiRh
tecnth round of trie International chess
tourney play today Marshall lost to
The record: Telchmann Schlech
ter IS; Rotlewl, 121; Rubinstein. II; Ale
chine, Marshall, Splelmann, 10 each;
Succh ting, vldinar, BJ each; Duraa Sohn,
Mtemsowlth, Leonhardt, Loewenflscb,
Tartakowen, B each; Bcrlls B.; Kestlc,
Chotimlraki, 7j each: BUen, Chajes,
Salwe Pehrnl. 7 each; .laff", Alapln,
Johnson, ,;! each; Bablnowltsch 8,
SIT LAKE RAILWAY
Freight Terminal Facilities at
Los Angeles Will Be En
larged at Once.
Special to The Tribune.
tiOS ANdrELES, Sept. 14. Planning
an extensive campaign !'n betterments
and improvements, the Sail Lake rail
mad is about to triple ii froiplit ter
minal facilities in Los Angeles.
in addition, t'ie passenger depart
ment for its share will receive many
bow Pullman and tourist sleepers with
a i ic-, to handling the steadily increas
ing passenger business of the road, ''nil
the operating department is to have
sis new high-power locomotives of the
latest design, which have already been
ordered, and r,il he delivered for
operation si an oarly date.
Plana for expansion of the freight
terminal call for a new station bOO
feci i""j ;:nd 60 feel wide, to be de
Signed ,'it'ter the mOSi modern ctyle of
stations and to be located at the pres
ent site Of the Sail Lake road at Aliso
street and the Lo- nj;eles rier.
This enlargement will require the ad
dition of extensive switching and side
track facilities, and the entire over
hauling of the present sal Lake freight
yards. R is understood thai one of
the features of the nen yards "ill he
wagon tracks constructed so that drays
ami vans may he run alongside toe
freight cars and thus loaded and un
loaded with greater rapidity. This im
provemenl wUl be made that carload
shipments may he handled with more
' alacrity than is now possible.
Clarke Seeks Health.
Horace v "iark". second vice presi
dent and general manager of the Denver
& Rio Grande, whose resignation was an
nounced here stasterdsy, now on his
way 10 Florida, where ho is going in
search of health. He has found it neces
sary to seek h lower altitude a nd this is
assigned as a possible reason for his res-
janatjon. His Illness hj not considered
I dangerous, however ;t tii" Denver &
i Rio Grande officials here, were hardly
pectlna hi; resignation. The offlrloJa
here say that they know nothing regard
ing Mr. Clarke's successor.
The executive committee of the salt
tak" Transportation club will meet to
nlgl ' and s- t the time for the annual
election of officers.
A. T. Trotter, traveling apent for the
Malior si'amshlri cwninany. with head
quarters at Denver, was in this city
!:. Kami., lull, luperintendent of the
Rureka St I'.-'iisadc railroad, has lust
completed an Inspection of that line He
went ovi r It on a hand ear. accompa
nied by i" enalneeri and a railroad con
tractor, it ma- be deemed feasible to
nali the road a wtde-gauae. bul nothing
definite has been irivea out ti-irarjiiiK tiiif.
Th reoalring and widen I na of this line
would mean i Kraal dai to the valley
;u !ier and to Burdka.
The eerlas5ing girl question is easily
and entirely solved by the insertion of
a little w.int "ad in Tho Tribune
Pell phone S200 Ind. .160.
CHAR. PKTERSON. 20 R I ( rTTlTrjSli-f
braas. chipped class and painted. Both
NOTICE TO CONCRETE CONTRAC
TORS. Com ret" work to be teld at Rlvrrdale.
L'tah Contractors apply Immediately to
LYNCH -CANNON BNGIN ERRING CO
.'."'T-a r.iolv bldtc .
BBH I.ak- i 'll v. l'tah.
NOTICE TO TEAMSTERS AND
About fifteen thousand evMO arils of j
grading ami excavating to be dons at
Rtverdale. l'tah Apply to
LYNCH-CANNON KNGINEERING CO.,
(07-1 Dooly hldif .
.alt lil:o City, L'tah.
NOTICE TO SAND AND GRAVEL MEN.
' ' 'nshiTahle grav. l. nnd mid , -ht.1"-i.j
i: r.l'l he t,. e...l f.,r lis 1 rui t Ion work
at Rlverdale l'tah. Apply
LYNCH-CANNON ENGINEERING CO..
. fxr.-j Uxdj building, fialt Ijike city
COLONIAL THEATER "The Klirt
lnr Princess.' Curtain, lao.
ORPHSUM THEATER - Advanced
vaudeville. Matinee dally at 2:15.
Evening performance begins at s lo
MLAJBSTTC THEATER The Majestic
Musical Comedy company. In "The
B HUBERT THEATER "God's Men."
"The Flirting Princess" slides along
entertainingly In the worn groovt 01
musical comedy now and then supping
out with a new feature, but always drop
ping back. . .
large crowd turricd out to see uic
tirsi musical shmv of the season ai the
Colonial last nlsht. and If nO One went
Into eoBtacles of Joy and fascination it
whs evident thai tlie play was enjoy. d
by those present.
And the play, or pioi. or theme, has
to do mostly with a jar of hasheesh,
which makes the partaker thereof happy
or crazv. according to temperament, with
v ry much talk about kisses and their
execution. Then when 'lie haSheeah-klss
material has been frayed OUl tO the ex
tent of nearly two hours, ihe full meas
ure is made up with a number of special
ties which an- acceptable and were well
Princess Klloh Is compelled to seek
ref;1S;e from her native RjgyPL or mailV
a man whom she dislikes, She flees, and
conies to life again In Cafe Trouvllle, a
den of nl'iitt to use the words of a
theological student who puis in n ap
pearance now and then. A peculiar
tiling about this princess is that after
shi his kissed a man she loathes mm.
nut this isn't an inconsistency; she eats
she Is a slave to -hasheesh, and this
accounts for the peculiarity, ll seems
That she slipped one of hei stockings
through a win. low to a fossilized tourist
when h chanced to pus her abode on
the Nile Of cans-, he wants to ilnd Ihe
other bVcklng and begins a hunt for It,
afL"r he has made ;i free lunch on the
magical mess In the Jar. Natural! he
begins to lo.jk where slocking would
naturally be found. There ere ladlos
present and he C'M - Into trouble
Allan Carter, a young scapegrace, by
ih way, ha. met 'the princess while In
Egypt had made love to her. kissed her.
ami becanu loatlwoine to her. Bul in
dldn I l" up. and when ht ri 1 1 r j - her In
the Cafe Trouvllle he begins anew his
Put it Is a tangled mess. The old trav
eler who possesses the stocking fails to
match it to his satisfaction and marries
someone else wun Carter g.-ts his.
princess sft r many rebuffs.
Harry Bulger Is everything from a
scrub-woman to an Egyptian prince. He
has b way of his own for getting laughs,
and sometimes misses fire. Bul most of
ids material Is rood and he knows how
to handle h Miss Eileen Sheridan pos
sesses the best v., Ice In tin" i ast and has
opportunity to use ii several times, she
is s good-looking girl and wears several
pretty gown.- Misv pnic Fuller la the
comedienne. She is .small and lively, with
a fa,lr voice an, a jinc Of good panto
mime, Miss Helen Marlins appeals svell
as in.- flirting princess Allan Carter Is
taken .are ,-,f by irwln Hard He is a
good-looking chap, though small, with a
Voice that corresponds To his Stature.
There are others in the cast, who llvo
ill to their parts. The chorus is. of goodly
slz', good looking almost, and CO mains
a number of good voices. The costumes
are brlgh.1 and new and almost gorgeous,
The music In spots Is reminiscent, though
At a whole It Is tuneful and catchy. One
setting is used throughout the piece, 'and
Is ..i t let leal I) worked out.
Tonight will si c thi last performance
of the 'Flirting Princess In Salt t ake,
it contains enough comedy bright music
and songs, and good featured and shape
Is woung women to pleasi almost every
body. James and Adam ot the Wood broth
ers, who arc appearing In a linn act at
the Qrpheum tjiis week, possibly rank
among the. cleverest athletes thai have
appeared on a local stage Both boys
are marathon runners and took pari in
the big rates in Kngland two years a-.i
in addition, Adam holds the rroo:-,j foi
raising an.i lowering himself with one
hand on the rings sixteen times, a real
thai has never been equaled on or oft
the stage, it is said.
Tontghr will be retail grocers and
butchers night ai ihe Shubert, where the
members of the association win gather
I.. S'C one of the last perfovp , ,1 n ' s of
"God's Men." given by the Shubert stock
company. Tickets with numbered coupons
attached win be given out. to be used In
the drawing of prizes offered by the
Shubert management, The prizes will
consist of grocery credits for various
amounts to Ihe lucky holders. ' lvil
Lynno" win be the show for next week.
So familiar are the types Edgar Selwyn
has gathered together In his play of city
life. "The Countrj Boy," which Henry
H. Harris will present at th Salt Lake
theater hejrmnin;.- next Thursday that as
r,ne by one they come upon the stage
they seem like old friends. Unlike a great
many plays, "The Country Boy" will bear
repetition, there are bo many bright
linos and Interesting situations scattered
through the pi from first to last.
Richards Prlngle's Georgia minstrel
will n. seen at the Colonial theati i for
two performance Sunday. The company
i.- claimed i" be bigger and better than
ever ihls season.
"The traveling Salesman" follows, on
September 21 This is acknowledged to
he .lames Koi nes s best Comedy, and dc-
; i. u the romance of ;( knlghi of the gut),
who causes a laugh with nearly every
RODIGKRIT- Funeral services over the
remains of Clad Rodlgkrll will be held
.it s. M Taylor's mortuari chapel, 263
East Flrsl South street, Friday, Septetu
bei 15, at 2 p. m. Friends Invited, lnler
ment In alt iiet cemetery.
If-RER W. HALL. L'NDERTA Kl.L ANh
smbalmer. IM S. West Temple. Phones.
LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. R
McKenzle Display yaids 422 So. Stnte.
THE LEADING FLORIST. YV. W. KING.
214 E. 2nd So. Roth phones 37 b297
HUDDART FLORAL CO B2 SO. MAIN
St. Phones !U6. Cut flowers and fu
neral desipns. r.lC23
FOR HEALTH AND BEAUTY U8E THE
Hamilton vibrators-, sot, and rented bv
Ihe C D Bates EHectrlc Co., ill Kearns
bldg Both phones 2721. ml 251
LADIES! ASK YOUR DRUGGIST l'"OK
Ch!ehetrs Pills, 'he Diamond Prand.
For 26 run knowr a Pest. Safest. AI -r.
ayi F.eh.ib'e Buy of your Druggist.
Take no other Chlehesters Diamond
!-irand Pills aro o'd by ruKgtsts every
DR. J.vo. M. SPAULDlNO'tf CASH
Iian will rave you from to IS per
ccr.t. ordinary calls, ofllce. i; home, l
night. 12.60; confinements, ill; ebargs
accts. regular fee. Hit Judg bldu
Phones. Ofucw. 4 7S7 . ring 2. 75
ring i. h 1 2t
LR. F. E. MORGAN. DENTIST. 601
Scott bldg. Ind 301S. Oj.en evonlnu-s.
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A J SMITH. DENTIST OF Ml 'PRAY
room 111 KeaxiiS bldg., isc Main Salt
WANTED FEMALE HELP
FRKtt KMi-i.oiMiNT AGENCY, HfASE
ment First Congrtgntlonal church. y
cet you a position free of charge. Tele
phone Ird. 36C6; D"ll B823. mil
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69 1st aveo'ie.
MANY A PRLT'EN'T HOUSEWIFE HAS
developed en excellent business Rv
stlnct as tho result of Tribune Want A'l
COMPETENT gTrl FOR GENERAL
housework In family of 3. Inquire 639
8th nve Eeli phone 10S5-K. ml
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR
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ply 34 Seventh East St. m267
COMPETENT GIRL; GOOD WAGES.
ir. 1st aye, ml38
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with references, lit so 2nd East
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GIRLS TO SEW TENTS VND AWN
itizs. Smith Sz Adams, 226 Edison st
GIRI WANTED FOR GENERAL
housework, 10th eve. and at, Bell
FIRST-CLASS HOUSEKEEPER FOR
hotel In Idaho.
STROCKS EM P. AGENCY.
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NEAT NURSE GIRL TO TAKE CARE
of bab ; one year old. Apply 21 G st.
COMPETENT GIRL TO COOK AND DO
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COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. H-.r, East Jm! South. mlT'.".
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LADY PIANO PLAYER. GALL A. M
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NOW IS A GOOD TIME TO ENROLL
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and night sessions. Positions guaran
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GOOD WOMAN COOK WANTS Posi
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BANKS AND BANKING
of Salt Lake City.
For"lpn exchange. travelers' cheques;
Interest paid on time and savings de
posits; your account. large or small will
receive "careful nllenllon. IT P Clark,
president .Tohn J Daly vie president;
A. H. Peabody. vice president; W. H.
M CORNICE Sc CO..
SA 1 ,T LAKE CITY. UTAH.
DESERET NATIONAL BANK.
United States depository.
Capital. .500.1)00: surplus. $rij0.oon
BARGAINS. ALL MAKES, SOLD OP.
rented; supplies Stewart Glceson
Co.. 26 West 2nd South. Roll 290. Inrl
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE. REBUILT
machines, all makes, for sale. Phone
29S7 304 Boston bldg. k25SS
SEE HALL ANGER FOR TYPEWRITER
repairs. rentals and supplies. Bell
phone 2037. 304 Boston bldg k25S5
ALL MAKES RENTED. EXCHANGED,
sold; bargains In several makes :jf $20.
Renting a Bpeolatty Visible machines, all
make-- Ph. 'li.-s 4::o Utah Typewriter
Exchange Co e' w 2nd So. m:;o"
CRISMON & NICHOLS. ASSAYERS
and chemists, removed to 229 South
West Temple. w17P2
UNION A8SAY OFFICE 162 SOUTH
West Temple P. O. Box 144R. nl510
BETTLES, MATHEZ A CO A. F.
Bard well manager 15b South West
Temnle. Both ohonea f2l7
R. H OFFICER & CO.. ASS.WERS 169
South West Temple St, Salt Lake
DR. ALICE HOIGHTON ROOMS F.17-
1R Mclntyra bldg. Ind phone 860; Bell
t346; residence, Bell Main SCI. x699
DR. AUSTIN K ERR, OSTEOPATHIC
Physician. MiTnti re tildg. Bfith phones.
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ROYAL LAUNDRY EXPERT LAUN
derers: specialty of family washing, Oc
lb.; pleated shirts with cuffs. 15c.
Phones CI. 1(2604
STAR LAUNDRY; FAMILY WASHING
rough dry 6c per pcund. Bell r -.',7.
Ind. 909. 1:3 M7
NATIONAL HOUSE CLEANING CO.
Office and house eleaninrr. ever detail
hour or contract: carpet ele.inlnc bv com
pressed air or vacuum, waline oer clean
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G F. GORDON. LATE OF PHILA.
School of Elocution, wll! secant l.mlt
"d number of pupils drslrir.- higli-clas
Instruction. 777 So. 7th East. Both
phones 99.. k265
CALVIN CARRINGTON WISHES TO
announce th opening f his piano
Studio. ti South Main. Special rales ro
Conscientious, capable workers, the kind ihat aro.
skilled, painstaking and efficient, may be quickly sum
moned to your workshop, factory or office, Mr. Employer,
if you seek them through The Tribune Wanl Ads
Women workers are al your command, too, high-grade
stenographers, bookkeepers, maids, saleswomen, nurses,
cooks all lines oi endeavor in which women are proficient,
may be filled through The Tribune Wants.
Tho world of workers is at your elbow ready to be
beckoned to your home or place of business if you summon
thou through The Tribune Wants.
The workers an- ready and willing The Tribune
Wants will bring them quickly,
Tribune "ads" assiai you ai all times. If yon wish to
insert an "ad " call either phone Bell 5200, End. 360.
WANTED MALE TTELP
SHEPPARD'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
"The Red Front." 112 West 2nd South.
Headnuarthen railroad and mining li"lp
Bell Hr.:il. clM?
00 MEN TO BORROW MONEY" ON
anything Of value. Uncle Sam. 30 Fas)
1st South. gl2
M. J DIXON EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Skilled and unskilled laborers fur
nished. 40 East 1ft South, corner Com
rnerelal. Pell ohon- 8888 Ino. 923 o-
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Hotel, restaurant and household help.
Headquarters for laborers.
B5 West 2nd South. Phoncg 464.
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY BASE
ment First Congresatlongl church. We
get you a Position freo of charge, Tele;
pliones- Ind 3666. Pell 5.S22. t3fi:'
NEWSPAPER CARREERS BOYS FROM
16 to is, who have had experience In
delivering- and eoiiec t inc preferred; rood
money: excellent business training. Ad
dress C-r,l. Tribune.
MEN WANTED TO TRY OUR B. A T
trusses: fit guaranteed or money refund"-.
Rex Drug Co. 79 West 3rd So.,
cut rate druggists. fi22i
WANTED 1000 MEN TO WEAR OUR
made-to-order J1S suits Dundee Woolen
mills, 241 South Main st. l"::'-rj
IF YOU WANT TO PAY FOR A
course in detective tralr.lnc and cet
value, call S0S-S09 Mclntyre building. '"S
South Main. f2586
YOU ARE WANTED FOR GOVERN
ment position. 880 month: ?end po:ital
for list o.) posltlois open. Franklin In
stitute, dept. 450 -II, Rochester. N Y,
SAVE GAR FARE BERT'S HOT MER
ehsnts lunch, IDc. FIo:r Do Lis, 171 So.
WANTED YOUNG MEN WITH Bi
cycles r good wages; Bteady employ
ment. W. TJ. Tel. Co. 1:212-5
WANTED- WORK FOR UNIVERSITY
students University authorities will
co-operate with employers to supply com
petent workers, both men and women for
practically all kinds of work Mall or
telephone' your needs to University of
BOTH EMPLOYEES AND EMPLOYERS
find The Tribune Want eoiumn a
clearing house of Information and a
means of introduction.
WANTED PAY OR POARD AT START
team trades -automoblkts, electricity,
plumbing bricklaying, by actual work on
Jobs- only tw months required and no
apprenticeship drudgery; 200 students last
year; catalogue free United Trade
Si boo! t os Angeles, Cal n19
WANTED GOOD LIVE INSURANCE
man to act as local agent in RltiR'nam
for ;i reliahle oomnanv: ble money for
a hustler. Call 72-76 Continental bldg.
WANTED THREE OR FOUR MEN
who can Invest fon to $1000 In best
paying wholesale business in city to
manage branch business, salary $2" per
week lo start. Call at office. No. 26
Eagle block m994
WANTED GENTS TO CANVASS. SAL
ary guaranteed Address S-l, Tribune
AN EXPERIENCED HOTEL MAN AS
partner, one thai can take entire
ehargi i f 98 rooms and lei owner have
a rest; married man preferred. For par
ticulars address R-61. Tribune mir.."it
GOOD oFFIt'E ROY. SJC KEARNS
bldg ml 639
EXPERIENCED COLLECTOR; MIST
I have wheel and be familiar with city;
married; tr.io.i position to right party.
Address s-s. Tribune. ml 691
WE WANT GOOD ' 'LEAN. LIVE MEN
to sell land on commission. Only ex
perienced salesmen need apply. 816 New
house hl.JK ml708
rWO P1RST CLASS CARPENTERS,
thrct months' work, 86 for 8 hours.
Apply to Rockwell i Sutton. Wells. Nev .
; at once. in I TT T
SALESMAN FOR CITY; NEW ADVER-
Using specialty; good money for rleht
man. Address S-10, Tribune. uil77"
i FIRST CLASS BOILER MAKERS
Wanted, Silver Pros. Iron Works. 640
! West 7th South. nil 767,
j HARPER WANTED. 67 W. 1ST SOUTH
i Steady Job. ml78d
ONR MoUE GOOD ALL-AROUND
miner to take Interest in lease (n olaee
i of wapes: proved terrlti""v: g(i chance.
! everything furnished.' s-12. Tribune
j . ml7t
ENROI L NOW. KT HENAOER'S BURL
' ness College, Bee teeehew a,wi equip
ment. Ml eraduotes planed. Day end
nlcrht sessions. Investigate, ml798
WAWTBT-SITTf TrOHR -M LB
THERE IS MANY POSITION IX
sasj resch of the Ikllled worker who
keeps In close touch with The Tribune
IGOOD STENOGRAPHER AND TYPB
writer desires clerical position In Salt
Lake; no objectionable habits, reliable
land steady; Will accept sir.all wages to
1 hegin with; age JJ. Addieas V. . , ;ir
(Geo. A. Chlhler. Bingham Canyon. Utah.
YOUNG MAN OF STEADY HABITS
and good business truinlng d-alres po
sition of trust or clerical work, with op
portunity for advancement ; understands
1 bookkeeping and collections: best refer
ences. Address R-Sl. Tribune. ml 623
COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER AND aoT
COUntant desires rmyltion In or out of
cl t v : references. Address R-56. Tribune
YOUNG MAN WISHES OFFICE POSI
I lion. heft references. Addtess S-2.
I IF YOU CAN USE AN EXTRA GOOD
grocervrnar. a good salesman and nil
around hustler not afraid t work, with
: unqueeUbned references, address s-4
; Tribune. ml;6
CHAUFFEUR, FIRST-CLASS MEGHAN
lc, wishes position driving or repairing
lAddi.-..s S-7. Tillnine. itilOjji
PORTRAIT AGENTS TO RRING YOUR
proofs to 122 Allan bidy. to ho finished;
work that delivers. L Beuthch. artist.
AGENTS IN EVERY COUNTY IN THE
U. s The best eiiinc: household ar
ticle on the marker. Build up s perms
nent trade. Sample and insl rui ' . hi ;
it. e. Sanitary Mfg. Co.. Reno. Nov.
FURNITURE OF ACE KINDS WANT
ed. will pay you flist-class prices. It.
C. Fisher & Co, 163 So. W. 'lemple. Bed
5171. Ind. 964. eZM
LADIES WANTED 'IO BRING THEIR
husband's watches for ?1 main springs.
Carier Jewelry Siore, J24 Main st , SlsBi
ALL KINDS"" SECOND-HAN D C LO T 1 1 -jng,
trunks valises; best prices paid.
8 Commercial st. Reply oy postal "-'i1-'.7
71 Be:i. 1,4
YOUR OLD CLOTHING- WILL CAIr'
Salvation Army. Both phones. t.ui
TO DO YOUR UPHOLSTERING AND
matt, ess remaking Utah Bedding and
Mfg. Co. Both phones 2S3. b3"
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR IRON.
brass, rags, bottles, rubber, copper, etc
Utah Junk Co , S4U So. 4th West. Phone
LAKE HAND LAUNDRY; ONLY HON
est work; please try once. Phones 2t84.
23S W. 1st South. ti00u
WILL SHIP CAR I r, H. GOODS TO LOS
Angeles and one to Chicago and one to
Portland and one to Florida, next 10
aavs; very reasonable rates Kiiubah v an
& Storage Co., 73 So. Main 2So8
I BUY YOUR OLD CLOTHING. LADIES'
or gents . Bell 5021; Ind. 8273. h29
CATTLE. ANY KIND. YOUNG AND
fat .alves; wo keep bull for service;
cows fetched. A. T. Saunders. Phone
2374-Y. Rear 1415 South Main. k946
WILL PAY CASH FOR YQUR AUTO
mobile. Tho Automobile General Sales
Co. A. Beverldge manager, 11 South
State street. klC2."
THE TRIBUNE WANT COLUMNS ARE
quick-action medium. You state
vour Wants today, and within a few
hours you have received your replies.
TO REMODEL. SCREEN OR RE
pair your buildings. Call Ind. 1060
WANTED A LANE, CHILEAN or
Huntington mill of 50 to 100-ton ca
pacity. Inquire 71 1 Kearns Bide. mi24l
TAKE CARP: OF CHILDREN; Good
home: terms reasonable. 315 Express
ave., Waterloo car. InlOOS
WANTED ROLL TOP DESK CHEAP.
Address S-9. Tribune. ml772
WANTED TO RENT.
PERMANENT, RESPONSIBLE PARTY
wants two or three firnlsh"d rooms for
light housekeeping, wttli piano preferred
must be modern and most of ail reason
able and within very easy walking dis
tance on east side. Address P-aS, Trib
FAMILY OF :; DESIRE STRICTLY
modern 2 or rooms, furnished, trail
ass tch 2968 -Z mj 7s i
SANTO EOF 3ALE OR RENT: CLEAN -lng
done. Stewart -Gleason Co., 3G W.
2nd South st. Pell 290; Ind. 702. x217S
WE ARE THE OLDEST. WE EMPLOY
only high class men, work guaranteed.
American Carpet Cleaning Co. Botfn
phones 2724 ml 2 59
WITH "THURMAN." r.nc HOUR AND
3c block, traveled one way, Volunteers
of America. ml 788
SEWIrJG MACHINE EX
CHANGE. SEWING MACHINE EXCHANGE
moved from 1st South to 109 Ea.t 2nd
South Thia month will sell latest White
and Singer machines at 880 each other
makes lower prices. v rent and repair
machines. Raleigh & Nalsh. Be!! 47. 13
STOEACB, MOVING, PACKING,
WE SHIP II H GOODS TO NY PART
of United Slates cm rates. Kimball
Van & Btorage Co.. 72 So Haln. m266H
:ew modern fireproof ware
house for Household Good s 200 private
rooms -you carry the key Moving.
Packinsi Shipping. Cu.1 rates. Phoneti
566 Redmsn Movlna & Storage Co.
LOWEST SHIPPING RATES. BE-
cause we aie the on!v Furniture stor
age Co haying railway trackage to iti
warehouse ut.d can loid iilrectl into ear.
Koyser Flrcproot Stoia-o. Rhone 2623
MRS'. HELD. REMOVED TMPRO
pole hotel, .15 E .Ird So.; bath and
tnasrase; new and competent altnd
arfs. Suite 25. m;i7
EXPERT MASSEUSE WILL GIVE
Lome treatments, faco and body; reas
onable prieeH, permanent customers de
slrsd. Ladles only. Bell ml 702
MILLINERY AND PLUMES
W .' LLO W "PL UM ES ' " CLE ANEd!
curled ,ved black. p, .. Cuter Fur
Co. .'. West lyt gottth. e40i)
PRIVATE Home FOR CONFINEMENT
cases. Mrs. Llxsle Gel ler 888 W 3rd
Pell H9.'t-X'. 1 nd. ) 4h?. 2 ' t'0 1 7
WILLOWS - MERE: - CONFIDENTIAL
conllnements. b....uslon. l.-.:ai ad..ptt.,n.
Mrs u Phillips, mi, E . bet. 1 2th and
I ..in bo. Bjx i.2Z. Ind. 16H4. k:'37
c "aid on-'""c :v.&
llonal :- i ,. '; VlVnJBK
Soutti Temple TcL iW1'
an fii'iv,Ti : .:-"TtJe
r-'.yuu.- :. 1 tnst " th ktJt,
I rout fru-m m ITtah v-ai t9 4nWj
terrr,; c.pfe.rei TJ boSW
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,nd ru;.,,.',,,' '0rH
Tnhm',V."c'u '.;v!;vr v- $3m
f-.tion-rv. d.-.ltur ur.Vi tAN'IK
of D000; besl of reasomT "SibB
dres I'-.y Tribune "r yiI1JlB'
f . n s a rTTiT7Lxr-i
shop in !..;. rt ,,f , SdHi
: Appy aJBj
' . LEAVING tty
I'-' 1 ' Wit-kit
LADIES' TAII.rtRLVG rttai
ROOMING AND B-URniNTrE
$ j 5nrj gW!!
cash business. Bariralr. r,r oAB"1
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i n i i . i ; mm' u. ' "ImdBw
an. c n nl - mj
1st South sjr
A M O i ' N TS OF AND tMli
rsto of Lit Ibniiton iN'Ki
Inv. co. A Soutli Main tim
MOXKV IV '':f:7ipl-
MONEY To I oan ON nEALnHf
Hallora:. Co. JOil .jiaiKf
SA1 RY LOANS NEGfyrTATaaal
person-: p. i ''airlArrtamH
ncss I'.'l IkraVl ollH
ON UTAH AND ' V.UirTRiBB
eral op: i oc Vi'-:e, iK
pi.'ILDING LOAN.:. 7vFB08aa'
M O N E Y TIGI-IT? 1 T"
Well, we have money to
prompt l . as e-. . -on fariiw. dlttH
ncss fo'"! i rl'-i-i..j to muB
repaymenr any ti'i.e and (topSBj
Homo Investment & Savir.js oBx
Miller, I'm -, U. S and l V.estiSBS
7 PER C E NT-"MiDNliYOlB
class re.ii estate security, iBa
ler, So. Mui:i. Phor.o 611 j
pie. women keeping hous UjBJ
without security, cheapest ratn;MJ
payments; offices in all prlndpjBj
D Ii. T dm Atlas b!dtBS
QUICK MONEY. ANY AVOGB
time. Kelly-Montroae, BrdjBM
Main st . upstairs. a
SIX PER 1 ' V .'":" DIPRrVVroiW;
J. L Perkes, room 'Am :
MONEY LOANED ON JEtTOF
good securities; private ofB&
rates; strictly cor.i'.dentlaL flBSi
I. o.i n and J:r. estmont compuKBBJ
2nd South. jw
ANV BODY WHO HAS .("lBS
placed In touch with iho ncedSBflP
by using The Tribune Wants. j
THE COUNTY RECORPSFB
have for the past eight nwvJBBBB
more loans upon real estate UU8BBJ
competitors combined. Bfl
Nineteen years' cx;erlenerf TW
or.o foreclosure JBbj
TRACY I. OAN ,s.- TRl'ST 8KJ
ii E.-.s.'. Is: S V
RK L KS"TATE I.OANSBB
FRITSCH. EELT BLDG.
PLENTY OF MONEYl:(riB
sey-Walkcr Co.. 712-11 KatKfl
ans: mortgagef for pale; niinOMJ
chased : I'', venrs' hii.-irrjs In Kfpj
out loss or foreclosure. sjjbjjL
I T PTI.E PR' ' IM ''"MP,Bfe
PURS AND TAXTDJ
mer season. Uljr reductions H
FlR.S STENZE.'F'CR. JB
-i E-1,1 sWK
anyh.iij- --J I18888&
South .iain iPS
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I'oslofl Ice place. r-
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KO Sotirii Ijliilfcj
50eUmodcrn laths, j