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vz THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THLTESDAY MORlsl NG-, DECEMBEB 21, 1911. I
1 HOUSE AGREES TO
I PRESETS PLI
H Rafifles Senate Resolution Rc-
- H ardino: Termination of the
w Treaty With Russia.
ONE VOTE IN .NEGATIVE
H Chairman Sulzer Commended
H by Republicans for Fairness
H in he Mailer.
jR WASHINGTON. Doc. 20. Conqi'flrs to-
H day ratified the president's notification
DB of the termination or tlio Russian treaty
KB of 1832 and sent the measuro to the prs
Itlrnt for his signature. The house dls
pocd of it according to programme with-
HB In sevcnty-tlve minutes.
DB Speaker Clark signed it at 2:36 p. in..
Vic President Sherman stalled It at
fM .":51 p. ni. and after th" senate had re-
IB malncd In session purposely to permit
him. undr the rules, to arfl- his slg
nature, while It was In session Tomow-
Wm row congress will recess for the holidays.
Thl was an importnnl factor In the ex
pedltion of the ratification.
iB It was perfunctory proceedings In tno
jB house, for Democrats and Republican
voted tocetber. Macon of Arkansas
fDnmo-rat) alone voting In the negative.
He explained to the houie later that ho
voted agalnsl the resolution in a spirit
WAV During the debate Republicans joined
with their political opponents In trihuten
to Representative Sulzer of N"w York,
M the Democratl' aulhnr of the house hill.
BBV for accept Ins: the senate measure niiicnd-
BS his own".
jR Sulzer Urges Action.
9VB Mr. SuUer ur.;ed the lions.-, to accept
MflH the senate's resolution so that President
IBB Taft's hands might be upheld by th leg-
B IMatlvc end of the government in dealing
B with Russia and the notice of the treaty
BBB termination made effective before Jan-
B "Mr. Sulzer has shown that he If act-
H Ing through the prompting; of patriot-
B im, not polities'' Republican .cadcr
B Mann raid. The Russian reply -to the
BB notice from Embassador Curtis Guild,
BBB fr- ",at -,,ie'lci1 wished lo terminate
BBB thc 'renly of U'32. has been received at
BBB sla,c department- The officials de-
BBB cllne to publish the text of the note, but
BBB admit Its contents have been well om-
BBB lined in the news dlspatchos from St.
BH Petersburg. Hence, it In Inferred that
BBB l',e riti&'la n foreign office made no rc-
BBB spouse to Secretary Knox's invitation lo
BBB embark upon negotiations for a new
BB treaty. It may be staled upon good nil-
BBB thorlty that the Russian government
BBB docs not Intend to be hurried In this
BBB matter, but, on the otber linnd. It docs
BBB ,K,t expect to conclude a new convention
BBH before, the existing treaty expires on De-
BB cumber 111. 1012. Unquestionably tho
BBB modi licHt ion of the terms of the original
BBB resolution of abrogation has been a
BBB strong factor In Influencing the Russian
BBB government to consider favorably the
B framing of a new treaty.
Will Affect Exports.
Notwithstanding some expressions to
BBB ',e contrary by Individual .senators, the
BBB weight of official opinion Is decidedly In
BB favor of the contention thai, by the with-
BBB drawal of th "favored nation" treat -
BBB ment guaranteed to American Imports
BBB int Russia bv the treaty about to be
BBB terminated, the full maximum Russian
BBB tariff rnti will automatically become
BBB effective against American goods.
BflB 'l nau oc'n suggested, however, that
BBB Russia v.111 continue to extend to Amcrl-
BBB can Imports the lower rates of its tariff
BBB "" t,,e KTOund that the president's proc-
BBB 1-5 mat Ion issued under (he terms of the
IBB Payne-Aldrich lariff net, allowing minl-
BBB mum tariff, rates on Russlun goods. Is
BBB equivalent to "most favored nation"
IBBB It Is declared that no breach of diplo-
BB malic relations Is impending, as prcpara-
(BBb. tlons are btlng hastened for the early
BBB occupation of the residence of former
BBB Prceldcnt Fairbanks by the Russian
BBB embassador", who expectH to take a
BBB prominent part lit the social life of the
BBB en pi la I.
I REIGN OF TERROR IN
PX TASO. Tex.. Dee. 2?., - Advices, from
Chihuahua say that General Pascuul
Orozco and 100 men 'are In pumult of
Colonel Antonio Rnjan and his force of
Insurreclos in the Guerrero district. Ro
tas has declared In favor of Francisco
Vasnuesi Goinen for president and Orozco
for vice president,
.lose Chavarris and six of his men.
who have been raiding haciendas in the
San Andreas district, have been captured
bv ru rales.
After Hie withdrawal of the federal
garrison a I Tleiiinaii. Morclos. a large
forcp of Zupntlstas occupied that town
la.st night, culling all the telegraph wires,
Tlw Rabosa hacienda , In the state of
Puebla. has been raided by Zapatistas and
a lurge sum of money designed to be
paid the peons taken.
Railway employees In th Cuernavaca
district are being so terrorized by
threats of Zapatistas that they arc leav
ing the service.
H ATTORNEY GUILTt'OF
I. TAKING STOLEN MONEY
I.OS ANGEL12F. Cal.. Dev. 'JO. Fred
11. Thompson, a criminal lawyer promi
nent In southern California, was found
guilty today of having accepted $13,000
from Orlando Allorre, a clerk in the
money order department of the Los An
g"Us" postofflcc, knowing (he mony to
hav be"n stolen. Jlo will be sentenced
Altorrr. who wns convicted of stealing
Sl.'.OOO from the postoffic monoy order
department, was sentenced to the Leav
enworth Drlson. but later wa.i pardoned
by President Taft and testified against
Thompson was the attorney for Allorre
when tho latter was tried for the theft
of the money parkagr. and. according lo
Altorre's testimony, the nltorney forced
thousands of dollars from him by threats
of throwing up his ease and revealing tho
fact thnt ho wns guilty.
I WILL EXHIBIT PLANS
FOR STATE CAPITOL
The stato capitol commission ha un
der consideration the question of encag
ing favorable rooms for the exhibition
of the plans for the ne- canltol when they
arc submitted by the various architects
Toe time for submitting the plans Is from
Jnnuary 1 to January 15. and when they
urn opened It Is the desire of the mem
bers of he commission to place them be
fore the general public.
The commission ha authorized Secre
tary of State C. S. TIngey to look Into
the mailer of engaging rooms! in one of
thn large buildings. wheiv the plans may
be properly dlsplaed. Mr. Tlngcy ie to i
report lo the commission at the nt'et- !
ing lo be held In Iho office of Governor
William Spry next Wednesday after
There are about twenty architects In
Trie competition, both IocrI nnd outjdde.
and It will require neveral large rooms
Druperly to exhibit the plans.
R Heady to Step Dowu.
AMIANY. X. V.. Dec. 20. -Word wa
r?.Mved h're today from Norman E.
Mack of Buffalo thct tieiiiiso of his
health he does not desire to conduct
the state ampalgn next fall end Is anx
ious lo retire as chairman of the Dtmo
cra.t!c atato committee
IE IS POSTPONED
uniTfL mm 20
Two Bidders for ihe Bank
rupt Western Steel Cor
poration at Seattle.
SEATTLE, Wash., Dec. 'JO. Two pros
pective bidders for the properly and as
sets of the bankrupt S20.000.000 Western
Steel corporation were leprescnlcd at a
meeting of the crcdltoro today. A tele
gram was a iso received from N. W. Jor
dan, former president of the American
Trust company or Hoston and one of the
largest stockholders In tho defunct cor
poration, saying that .Tames A. Moore,
promoter of tho stoel company was now
In New York endeavoring to effect a re
organisation, for which a plan would be
submitted in the near future.
A. L. Richmond of Now York, re pre -
scnling New York, Chicago and Pltts-
hnrsr Interests, and an attorney repre
senting the Metropolitan Trust company
of New York, which had previously sub
mlltcd a tentative proposition to take
over the properties, both asked that no
action be taken until their clients hud
had more lime, to go Into Hie proposi
tion, and tho creditors therefore, voted
to poslpono action until February 20.
when another meeting will be held.
A commit lec headed by Richard A. Kal
lingor. former secretary of the Interior,
was appointed by the referee in bank
ruptcv u carry on negotiations with
the prospective purchasers and tho east
ern stockholders wbo are scnklnc a re
organization, and should a. detlnilo pro
posal be submitted before February 20, a
special meeting w IH be called.
" CITY AND VICINITY
THE NEWLY-ELECTED city com
missioners held another brief meeting
vesterday afternoon, but no business of
Importance was transacted. Upon Ihe
suggestion of Henry W. Lawrence, the
Socialist member of the. commission, a
number of prominent Socialists, some of
whom will be applicants for appointment
to ofiioc, appeared and were Introduced
to the members.
WHOEVER PLACED a la probe, sever
al comforter, and some fruit and coffee
at the door nf No. 7 Rellevuc avenue last
evening, ovidcntly made-a mistake In the
address. It is thought that the goods
were meant ns a Christmas present to
some poor family and they were taken
to the police slation, where they will be I
returned to the owner if he will call for
KM LITE ERICKSON, the popular sing
ing comedian appearing at the Orpheuin
this week, has written a song specially
dedicated to the athletes of tho Unlver
sllv of Utah, which will be ?ung for the
xirst time at the meeting of the. athletic
association of the university at the Ho
le! l"tah Friday night.
S. M. BARLOW, chief of police, re
ceived a letter vestcrdav from Mrs. Ann
C. Jacobs, aged" SI yen'rs. 22S7 Seventh
avenue. Altoo'na. Pa., inquiring after the
whereabouts .of her son. Edward Sum
mers Jacoba. who. the mother believes, is
In Salt Lake. Chief Barlow Is looking
for tho missing son.
LUCIAN SMYTH, deputy United Stales
marshal, will leave today lo lake Waller
Watson to the United States prison at
Fort Leaven wor lb, Kan. Watson plead
ed guilty to having raised tho marked
value on bills and was sentenced to a
term in the prison by Judge John A.
CHARGING HER husband with non
supporr. Amy B. Gardner began suit in
the Third district court Wednesday morn
ing for divorce from E. George Gardner.
They were married Septemter 22. I SO I.
and 'nave one child. K years of age, of
whom the mother asks the custodv.
MADAME LYDIA MOUNTFORD. the
noted Jewish lecturer, will talk at the
regular afternoon tabernacle services
next Sunday on "The Nntlvily." The
following Wednesday she will deliver a
lecture a I Barra.lt haJl on "Shepherd Life
TO COLLECT ?150O.a.llegcd to be due
on a promissory note, th Capital Electric
companv began suit in the Third district
court Wednesday morning against, the
Home Telephone & Electric company and
THE AID SOCIETY of the Tmmanuel
Baptist church will meet Thursday. De
cember 21. at 2 p. m.. In the pastor's
study in the church building. There will
be annual election of officers and an
A MEETING of those Interested In tlie
new Scotch club will bo held ut the home
of J. U. Cuiiimock. 27 East Second North
street. Thursday at S p. m. All Scotch
people Interested arc cordially Invited.
THE STATE BOARD of examiners
held a brief session Wednesday morning,
at which a number of claims verc passed
GROSHELLS VIEW OF
THE CAPITOL SITE
Editor Tribune The controversy re
garding Ihe capitol locntion bas reached
the point where all suggestions of locations-,
which are brought forward simply
to create confusion, should be frowned
down upon. The suggestions which have
been made, to locate the capitol building
on the reservation or on the east bench,
are too absurd and preposterous to even
call for one minute's serious considera
tion on the pari of any thinking busi
ness man. One might just as well urge
the selection of Holiday or tile, mouth
of Rig Cottonwood canyon.
I believe I enn safely say thnt the
original site, at the head of State sired,
Is now out of the race. Times and con
ditions have changed since the silo was
selected and It is only expressing the
truth lo say thnt S.'i per cent of the pco
nl ilrt nr. I u'.im ilie eanllnl locator! fbere.
That site has passed into history.
Mr. Armstrong's suggestion contains
the real idea, that of placing the building
within easy distance. One of the follow
ing three sites should be chosen:
First The one suggested by W. W.
Second The one also suggested at the
. fool of Main street, to take in the twen
ty acres of the Salt Palace grounds and
WaJkers field. Placing the building
square across Main street.
Third To gt possession of the blocks
bounded by Fifth and Slxlh South streets,
West Temple and Stare, twenty acres,
and place the building right across Matn I
street. A business street which has the
Motel Utah at one end of it. and a mag
nificent capitol building at the other
end. might be Improved upon, but It Is
bard to Imagin" anything more Ideal.
Some years ago, when the postofflcc
site was undr discussion, some parlies
In all seriousness suggested Ihe Fifth !
East hotel as a site. This suggestion
quickly received the quietus it deserved.
Let all suggestions which name locations
away from the business critter be killed
at once. It is hard to Imagine anyone
seriously bringing forward a suggestion
to locate he building miles a.way from
the business center of Salt Lake. Re
spectfully. OSCAR GROS11ELL.
I Isaac R. Pierce Doad.
Isaac R. Pierce, a pioneer of Utah, died
at his home near Salem, this stato, yes
terday, lie was born July 13. 1S-M, at
Nauvoo. HI., and came to Utah when a
boy. For many year he lived In Salt
Lake, afterwards removing with his fam
ily to Salem. He was a farmer by oc
cupation, I To leave. a widow, four sons
and three daughters. The funeral will
be held ut Salem Saturday at noon.
Salt Lakers In New York.
Special to The Tribune.
NEW YORK. Dec. 20. S'.k; club. P.
Levhlner: Onrard. S. V. Traat; Waldorf,
W. .1. Ilallnrnn, MIpb F. Holloran. R. G.
Ilallorati; laiptrlal, . X. ChrIsten3Cii-
ARREST IS MADE II
Nathan B. Harvey Accused of
Killing Four -Members of
Hill Family in Portland.
PORTLvVXD, Or., Dec. 20. Nathan B,
Harvey, a man of some prominence and
wealth, lias been arrested for tho murder
of the four mombora of the Hill family In
this city June 3 last. Tho arrest occurred
at Oregon City. The crime created great
v:cllenicnt and was that of a degenerate.
Harvey Jives near the cabin at Ardcn
wald, a suburb of this clly In which tho
four members of the III11 family were bat
tered to death with an ax on the night
of June 3. )'. L. Lcvlncs. a private de
tective of Portland, supplied the evidence
on which the warrant was Issued after
six months' work. Harvey. It Is stated,
has been under suspicion since the mur
ders were committed.
The arrest was mado late last night, by
Sheriff Maas, who was accompanied by
Levlngs. Huncy was taken to the jail
at Oregon City. Ho had beon "sweated"'
several limes In tho last, few moulh3, but
refused to make any statement.
Harvey is a nurseryman a I Ardcnwald
and estimated to be worth between ?70,
000 and HOO.000. Ho is f2 years of age.
married and has one daughter ncaring
The history or the Harvey family for
twenty-five ycara has been one of
tragedy. The family came from Iowa
and mnnv years ago the- father was killed
shortly after deeding nil his property io
hl9 sons. Dan Harvey, a brother of
Nathan, killed hits mother fifteen years,
ago and committed sulfide. Another
brother was drowned In two feel of water
under suspicious circumstances.
Eighteen eyars ago a 10-year-old girl
named Mamie Weleli was found dead on
tho property belonging to Nathan Harvey
under circumstances similar to the Hill
tragedies. The murderer was not discovered.
Arrest Alleged Gamblorn.
George Cnr.tfa.IIis. aged if, years, a,
teamster, and Paul Papp;is. aged 00
years, a laborer, both Greeks, vcre ar
rested al rll West Second South street
last night on a charge of gambling. A
raid v. as made on an alleged gambling
establishment by Patrolmen Simpson,
Wlekcl and Letch ter. Seven men were
In the room, all, if. Is alleged, playing
poker. A signal wa.s giveti to the al
leged gamblers, and all escaped with the
except Ion of the two Greeks.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United Stales for the district of Utah.
in the matter of Morris Wholesale
company, lnvol. bankrupt. In bank
ruptcy. No. 1S0.
To the creditors cf -Morris Wholesale
company of Salt. Lake City, In the
county of Salt Luke, and district
aforesaid, a bankrupt:
Notice Is hereby given thai on tho 7th
day of December, 1011, the said Morris
Wholesale company was dub adjudi
cated bankrupt: and Lhat. the first
meeting of its creditors will be held at
my office in the Continental block. Stall
Lake City. Utah, on the 2nd day of Jan
uary, J 912- at 10 o'clock in the forenoon,
at which time the said creditors may aL
tend. prove their claims, appoint, a trus
tee, examine tho bankrupt, and trans
act, such other business may properly
come before said meeting.
Referee In Bankrupt 'v.
Salt Lake City. Dec. 20. It'll. p2in2
Notice 1? hereby given 1hat George
t.ormcr has purchased Bob's cafe, i;t
South West Temple street, and will be
responsible for billa contracted from Mils
date only. GEORGE LORMER.
Dated nee. 2-0. 1311. p2P7ji
SOSTERLOH. THE AUCTIONEER,
Sells household furniture und merchan
dise. Bell phon 2S24-K. ol735
REMEMBER, I MAKE FURNITURE
Huctlon a. profession, not an experi
ment, Consult me when wanting to sell.
Bell 12S7; Ind. 763. Res. 751 E. 0th So.
C. L. Sebcr, Auctioneer. o3301
O. K. FURN. CO., 203 SO. W. T PAYS
cashfor h. h. goods and sell on credit:
save you money on every article. Ind.
2255, Bell 1036. o3207
IF YOU WANT TO CONSULT E, M.
Onion, auctioneer, call Ind. 173S; Bell
to announce our removal to 270 So.
West Temple street In the new and ele
gant "Pcery hotel ' bldg.. where wo ar
prepared to do the best of work for the
most exacting of patrons. -Vc also have
about DO tailor-made suits of men's
clpthes uncalled for. which wo wish
lo sell at half price before end of
year. So call and make a selection al
half prices. We do all classes of clean
ing and repairing. Call and sec us. Louis
Solomon. Manager. p2ni7
Scott buildinz. Ind. 3C1S. Ofen eve
H. J. SMITH. DENTIST. OF MURRAY,
room 71(2 Kearns bldg.. Main. Salt
DR. PASCIIEK, DENTIST OF SUGAR
Housa, now located 201-3 Atlas block.
DR. S. A. LEAVER IS NOW LOCATED
at Stauffer apartments, 1CI East South
massage, electrical and vibratory treat
ments, cabinet baths; attendants from
cast. Apartment 325. Rrooks Arcade bldg..
corner Srd South and Slate sta. Ind.
2532. Elevator service. pl53S
SAFES AND VAULTS
ACOH?LETEINE OF SAFES"aND
vaults always on hand. A few second
hand eafes for sale. Wilt for circular.
Shcoly Safe &. Vault Co., 41 P. O.
! NATIONAL HOUSE & CARPET CLEAN
tnsr Co.. 130 E. 1st So. Paper clean
I Ing bv experts. Both phones Bell 4256.
Ind. 97S. p52l
COAL AND KINDLING
E. P. DeXl7CcCl7bL?
kindling. 1K5 12. Uli So.: both phones.
work experienced men: prices rlsht.
Office Duvnll'a paper store. dai73
new and second-hand machines on easy
payments. Lon Clafllu, 75 W. 3rd South.
HAY, GRAIN AND COAL
L & I. FEErTToTT-ETTSUTH
1 Tempi- an-J -SG2 North 2na V. eat. Ind.
1 3155. J533
SAINSBURV At th L. D. S. hospital,
Dec.cmlKJr 20. 1311. Mary Rarrelt Salis
bury, wife of Thomas Salnsbury of the
Hampton house, this clt.v, aged G2 years,
native, of England. Funeral services
Friday at 2 p. m. from the Seventeenth
ward chapel. Friends are invited to at
tend and tho casket will be opened on
day of funeral from 0 a. m. to 1:30 p. in.
at tins funeral parlors of Undertaker
Joseph W. Taylor. 21 South West Temple-
street. Interment In City cemetery
J.1LACK In this city, December IS. lili.
John W Black, aged 43 years. The re
mains were shipped lat evening lo hla
former homo hi Lon Angelas. Cal., from
the private reception rooms of Ebcr W.
Hall. 104 South West Temple.
FLEMING At Reno. Nov.. December 17,
Jl I, John B. Fleming, aged 47 years,
as a result of a fall. Remains al the
private reception rooms of J2be.r V. Hall.
Ml Smith West Temple. The funeral
services will be held Friday. December
22. 1311. at 2.30 p. m at the Masonic
Temple, under the auspices of Mt. Moriali
lodge, No. 2. F. iv. A. M.
MAY In this clly. December 20. 1311.
Frank- J fay. in his thlrty-soventh year.
The rornainn are nt the Quartrough-AH-coil
lunrral parlor.- awaiting Instructions
from the I. O. O. F. lodce at Pocatello,
Idaho, whore tho body will be taken for
burial Friday morning by Mrs. May.
LINDSTROM In this 'city. December 20,
131 1. Victor l.lndstrotu, aged 35 years,
n resident of Bhnrhaui Canyon. Remains
at O'Donnell & Co.'s parlors. Notice of
funeral will be given later.
BARTIN Funeral services over the re
mains of Charlotto Barlln, who died
at Hunter. Utah, December 1?. 1011. will
be held from O'Douwdl & Co.'s chapel.
225-227 South West Temple, today
fTIiursday) at 2 p. in. Interment Mt.
EBER W. HALL. UNDERTAKER AND
embaiiner, 164 S. West Tcrnplo, Phones
E. G. O'DONNELL, UNDERTAKER
and cmbalmer. has moved to new lo
cation, 225-27 South West Temple st..
Really bldg. Both phonos. o33a
LARGS STOCK TO SELECT FROM R.
McKenslc. Display yards. 432 So. State.
THE LEADING FLORIST. W. W. KING.
214 E. 2nd So. Both phones 37. b237
HUDDART FLORAL CO.. 62 SO. MAIN
st. Phoner. 106. Cut flowers and fu
r.eral designs. n!023
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS WANT
ed: will pay you first-class prices. H.
C. Fisher & Co,, 165 So. "W. Temple. Bell
6171. Ind. 0C4. e25S
ALL KINDS SECOND-HAND CLOTH
lng. trunks, valises, bast prices paid.
28 Commercial at. Reply by postal card.
3771 Bell. ' t74
YOUR OLD CLOTPIING. WILL CALL.
Salvation Army. Both phones. t2191
TO DO YOUR UPHOLSTERING AND
mattress remaking. Utah Bedding and
Mfg. Co. Both phones 3S3. b303
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR IRON.
bras?, mss. bottles, rubber, copper, etc.
Utah Junk Co., 840 So, 4th. West- Phone
LAKE HAND" LAUNDRY: ONLY IION
et work: please try once. Phones 2594
328 W. 1st South. 4003
WILL SHIP CAR IT. H. GOODS TO LOS
Angoles and one to Chicago and one to
Portland nnd one to Florida next 10
days; very reasonable rates. Kimball Van
Sz Storage Co., 73 Eo. Main. 8280S
CATTLE, ANT KIND, YOUNG AND
fat calve: we ksep bull for service:
cows fetched. A. T. Saundara. Phone
2374 -Y. Rear 141G South Main. kD46
TO REMODEL. SCREEN OR RE
pair your buildings. Call Ind. 10601.
WANTED TO BORROW ON" FIRST
mortgage 3300: good deed and abstract
on J3500 .property. Address Box 24. or
phone 537, city. o2179
WE BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE
books. "O. & N." Book Shop, 10 E.
2nd South. Phone Wasatch 261S. o2391
WANTED EVERY LADY IN SALT
Lake to visit The Trlbuno art gallery,
153 South Main.
EXPLICIT WANT ADS ARE THE
ones that clvc tho readers the most
comprehensive Idea and bring tho great
est number of replies.
GENTLEMAN WANTS WOMAN PART
ner for loominrr house, iimr making big
money: profits will return original Invest
ment in a few months: J1S0U required.
Address E-20. Tribune. p2076
WANTED LADIES AND GENTLE
lnen to attend dances evenings. 25c;
ladles' cloaks checked free. 2C1 South
WANTE D TO BUT
SECOND-HAND ROLLTOP DESK:
must be cheap. B-47. Tribune. o24U
BEST WALNUTS. PER LB . 20c;
mi:cad nuts, per lb.. 15: 3 "tp. cran
berries. 2.7 : 5 lbs. Jonathan apples, 15c;
Blue Ribbon raisins. 10c; our best egs,
25c; straight grade flour, 35e. best but
ter, ."5c; good Jemons. per doz.. 20c;
mince meat, per lb., 10c; 2 lhs. butter,
45c: best oleomargarine, 20c; 5 -lb. can
lard. 65c; 25c candy, 15c; M. J. B. cof
fet, .'!5c: White House coffee, 40c; coaco.
:S5e: irnnd oranges, doz.. 20c. CHICAGO
STORK. HC W. 1st .South. pl353
Y. V.. :. A. CAFETERIA LUNoT
room. rest and reading rooms for wom
en, woman's exchange for all sorts of
fancy work and home cooking. Top floor
Continental bank building. Second Sout'.i
street. A&ents for Paul Elder art book's.
Boarding Home, 445 So. W. Temple. p767
CAFE SCHLITZ. UNDER BELMONT
hotel: German cooking: n nice, clean
place for ladles and gentlemen: Mexican
chili our specialty; Schlltz beer on
PKERY CAFE NOW OPEN HOME
cooked food: special rates bj month.
Pcery Hotel bldg.. 3rd South and West
Temple sis. p20SS
31NK.C' AND BANKING
of Salt Lake City.
Foreign exchange: traveler" cheques;
Jntere.it paid on time and sa'lngs deposits-
your account, large or small, will
receive carpful eltentlon. H. P, Clark,
president: John J. Daly, vice resident:
A. H . Pcabody, cashier.
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
. M 6 1 1
C Ax? PET CLI3 AIDING'
WEti'rHOLDEST: WE E.MPLO?
only high-class men: work guaranteed.
American Capec Cleaning Co. Both
phone 2724. ml25S
3FST WORK. AMERICAN- CARPET
, Clfaplas? Co, Phocea 2721. n5K5
Many Home Savings
Here's a suggestion in hotbe saving a tip that may he I
of aid in providing some home essential that is necessary at
a price that will effect an economy. I
Try Tiie Tribune Want Columns in tho practice of homo
saving.' There are often chances to secure home needfuls al; II
special prices as well as innumerable opportunities for ex- II
Would you like to turn something for which you no
longer have use into cash, or would you like' to exchange II
some article of household furniture that you. do not wish for II
something that you much desire 'I The Tribune Wants will
accomplish these objects. II
Many prudout housewives lccep in close touch with The j
Tribune. Wants. II
WANTED MALE HELP. j
SHBPPARD'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
"The Red Front." 112 Went 2nd South.
Headquarters railroad and mining help.
Bell 3.ri3. elG4o
M J. DIXON EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Skilled and unskilled la boroni fur
nished. -10 En.it 1st South, corner Com
mercial. Bell phone 33SS. Ind. 323. P
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Hotel, restaurant and household help.
Hendquarters for laborer?.
55 West 2nd South. Phones -lo-
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.' T3AS15
mcni First Congregational church, we
: get yon a poult lon fr-o of charge- Tele
phones Ind. 366G; Bell 5822. USa
YOU ARE WANTED FOR GOVERN
ment Job: iSo month: send postal tor
Hat of por.ltton opn. Franklin l"s":
lute, Dept. 447-K. Rochester. . Y. olSQ
10 MESSENGERS WITH BICYCLES:
good wages and excellent chnnce to
learn telegraphy. Western Union Tele
graph Co. olo.0
PROFICIENT. CAPABLE WORKERS
with varied experiences, those compe
tent for the positions of judgment and di
rection, the captains and lieutenants' as
well aa there who serve In the ranks all
are reader j of the Want Columns, and
all are i'ntoretuej in the opportunities
that are. presented.
WANTED TTON'KST PERSON WITI I
$300; salary S2." per week; no experi
ence necessary: steady position to right
party, either fox1 chance for promotion:
voiir monc' fiecured. Call room 4. 2G."i
Smith Main. l2107
riENAGER'S BUSINESS COLLEGE.
winter term.'i atari Jan. 2. Call or
write for information. p2100
W A NTE D COM PET ENT WIRE WORK
er. Portland Wire Sz Iron Work?. Port
land. Or. Ptf,24
EXPERIENCED ALL-AROUND LA UN
dry man and wife to manage and op
erate small laundry, southern Idaho: ex
cellent proposition for the right people.
Fhoue. F. V,'. Gillette. Wasatch 120"-Y.
A FASCINATING PROFESSION" JOUR
nallsni pays. Cliiscs forming to start
January 1. Address caro Utah Business
college, Boslou bldg. p209l
ME-VS FURNISHING GOODS SALES
man until Christmas. W. E. Fife. 16
Main Hi. P2071
TWO EXPERIENCED PRESSEKS AN"D
one spotter u once. Citv Cleaning M
PiVisaing Co., 6S West 3rd South. p20S9
THERE'S A WAY TO FIND JUST THE
position where his efforts will count
most, where merited promotion will bo
hlB. and where the future holds most In
storo for him make use of the Want Ads.
WAWTT.ri STTTIATTONS MLE
YOUNG MAN WANTS POSITION" AS
packer. rr willing to do any other work
at present. II. Kaplan, care Y. M. C. A.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED BY YOUNG
man; electrical work preferred. Ad
dress E-1S, Tribune. p20Sl
AGENTS FOR INDUSTRIAL INSUR
ance, combined with sick and accident
benefits: advances made to right men.
Call 56-57 Continental Bank bldg.
IT'S A LIBERAL EDUCATION" IN MOD
ern business to keep posted regarding
the want opportunities that each day car
ry the messages of varied business Inter
ests to thounands of readers.
SALESMEN TO AID US SUPPLY THE
brisk demand for our goods; some va
cant territory yet In every state west
of the Mississippi. Cash weekly. Capital
CI ly Nursery Co.. Snlam. Oregon. p!942
LADIES! ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR
Chlchcsters PIUh. the Diamond Brand.
For 25 years known as Best. Safest. Al
ways Reliable. Buy of your Druggist.
Take no other. Chlcheslers Diamond
Brand rills are toid by Druggists every
where. ANY GIRL NEEDING FRIENDS WILL
Jlnd them at the Salvation Army. Ad
dress all communications to Mrs. Adju
tant Slualc, 521 East Third South stieet.
Salt Lako City. n3432
W. W. T., YOUR INFORMATION IS RE
quested in New York. Same addres?.
MECHANO-THERAPY. DR, C WEST
brook, 50 W. 3rd So., rm G; hrs, 12 to 3.
CRlMON &"nHOLC ASSAYI2RS
and chemlstG. removod to 223 South
Weet Temple. wl79J
UNION ASSAY OFFICE, 152 SOUTH
West Temple. P. O. box 1-1 1C. pl510
SETTLES. MATHEZ & CfV X! fT
Bard well, manager. 158 suth Wcspi
Temple. Both phones. f217
R. H. OFFICER & CO.. ASSAYERS. 1C3
South West Templo at., Salt Lako
LU C. TYLER. ASSAYER. IND. PHONE
03$. 156 South West Temple. m2393
SIGNS AND SCENERY
brass, chipped glos and painted. Both
DR. W. 11. GOKDErCinEClALlsT
dog dlsoase. Z'SZ South Slate. Ind. 93;
Bell 17I0-C. m2883
HORSES CARED FOR
HORSES PROPERLY FED AND
cared for; ratlitfrictlon guaranteed. Call
at S4S SLa East, or Bell 12H-Y. ol
WANTED FEMALE HELP
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. BASE
ment First Congregational church. We
get you a position free of charge. Tele
phone Inil. 366C, Bell oS22. I-"3
EXPERIENCED GIRL. GENERAL
housawork, three in family. 32 Sou lit
7th East. TS5S
EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GEN ERAL
housework: 3 In family. Address fi29
8l.h a.ve. Phone .I0S3-IC. pU19
COMPETENT GIRL. GOOD COOK;
good waces; reference rcaulrcd. 9
East 1st North 3t. 3cll phono 31 !G. pl247
A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework, with reference. Apply 113
I th East. Pl70f
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE WO R K ;
small family. Call mornings at 31" 2nd
'WINTER TERM AT MANAGER'S
Business college opetii: Jan. 2. Day
and night ncssinhp. p20'.lfi
BINDERY GIRL. GROCER PRINT! VG
EXPERIENCED LADY CHOCOLATE
dipper. Liberty Theater Candy Store.
M2 So. State. p2O30
WOMAN COOK. IDAHO. SGO.00.
Vroman cook. Nevada. S.IS.no.
STROCK'S EMP. AGCV..
5n West 2nd So. St. p2033
A GOOD PLACE FOR A GOOD GIRL
or middle-aged woman, at. 250 South
12th East; may begin al once or Jusl
after Christmas. p20Su
A FASCINATING PROFESSION JOt R
nallsm pays. Classes forming lo ala.rt
January l. Address care Utah Business
college. Boston bldg. p2093
WANTED GIRLS IN ALT. ttEPART
mcnts; good wager.. Palace Laundrv
Co., 75!5 E. .Jlh South. p2102
WANTED A .YOUNG GIRL THAT
would like a good home, to assist with
housework. (J7I) 7th a.vc. p2l01
WANTED -HONEST, PERSON WITH
S.'JOO: salary 325 per week: no experience-
necessary: steady position to right
party, either sex; chance for promotion,
your money secured. Call room '. 20
Sou tii Main. p210S
WANTED WOMAN FOR GENERAL
housework: must be good cook and
have references; to go out of clly: S30;
no children. G. W. Abel, Hotel Utah,
bclween 12 a. m. and 1 p. m. p210H
WANTED SITUATIONS FEMALE.
DRESSES AND SUITS ALTERED. ANY
style; skirt cleaned and pressed. 50c.
73c: satisfaction guaranteed: at Zion's
Suitor! mn. 22 E. 2nd So., upstairs. Phone
Bell 465S. pl470
LOST AND FOUND
has been lcfl at the Salt Lake Security
& Trust Co. Will be delivered lo owner
on proper identification, jlS17
LOST LADY'S SMALL DIAMOND
ring, on Flrat South street. ?20.00 re
ward. C- IT. Mclntyrc, Canning Apis.
Phone Was. 5372-Y. pIPIO
BROWN FOX MUFF AT KEITlT
O'Brien's Friday afternoon. Call Wa
satch 2158-X. plGSI
PURSE CONTAINING 530 IN SMALL
change, near corner of Glh West and
1st North. Return cily delivery post
office, or 23S N. Cth West. Reward.
BALD-FACED BLACK HORSE.
weight 900 lbs. Roturn or notify Su
perior Bakery or the Royal JTorse Shoe
ing Sliop. Ind. phone 11211. Liberal re
LOST OPEN FACE WATCIL Ui
size, engraved on back C. TL B. ; val
ued as gift from mother; liberal rcwaitl.
709 W. lsl South. p200S
LOST SMALL PURSE CONTAINING
sliver money, on Brlghain ut. butween
3rd and 5th East. Phono Ex. 27S. p2103
LOST LADY'S MINK MUFf TN
stores or on si reel. Liberal reward.
! 75 U street. p210."
BTOVE AND EANGE REPAIRS
pair WorkH. Castings mado for any
Move. Water Jackets cleaned. All ma Ices
of water jRckcts for sale. We make a
specialty of furnaco Grates nnd repairs.
Rear 531 So. State st. Telephone 4474.
L ININGS. GRATES AND WATER
Jackets, all makes. G. D. Lovett Foun
dry. 44 North 7th West. Boll 2304-K Ind
MADE TO ORDER SHOES
m alter, 413 South State st. Special at
tention given to persons with tender nnd
deformed feet; also flrat-clase shoe re
palrlng: lowest prices. o339S
J o i iXfa1r1ng
Co.; Btablca rear Colonial hotel. Phone
M'COY'S STABLE. CARRIAGES AND
T,'.,fht llry horcca bought and sold.
Roth phones SI. cm
thorlzed: police references; absolutely
reliable. Bolli phones 637. Wo lnvestl
gato anything. 20S-9 Mcintyru bldg.. 70
houth Main. cms
SEW ING MACHINES E?AIREdT
good work; reasouablo prices; new and
The White is King. 29 West 1st South.
ater JarkotR cleaned. 32. l.-water
wSfilSi S f!,e 53' S15 1'aclflc ave.
ttaaatch 2&77-T. piajs
TRVCIvAtil- " X
Will build mores muv .
to suit lenanta and riirnil?"nu,ji
or, light heal and S1
for small or largo roawfe
WHY NOT Move '
t0.Vl?, ,ni,r" tlreproor bTnu. i
THE BOSTON AND Vpip.
HOUSTON REAL F.STVTp i. W
COMPANY. E LIVM
atanuscr nnrl Rental Asc M
3d 1 Main street. 3 m- -Jm
Phonca J7. iK
OFFICE ROOMS. TRrBlJT-r--H
Inniilro F. J. WeatcotC ioWB
2nd South st.; pay vou i0 ffht
Apply G. S. Holmes, KnutsjUjjjlM
TWO STOREROOMS. COPW ''M
South and 2nd East stT S M
Holmes, Kimtaford hotL aS
STORES AT RE ASONAnr -TtT
FRITSCH. 202 FELT Blfe
Storerooms located In HrntH
corner 2nd South and 2nd Wt
basemont. splendid business Im!'1
saloon; lease to suit tenant; ,.,B:',
73 South Main St. pho;JU
2 LIGHT STOREROOMS ANlT
ment, at rear of 60 Bftn at "
GOOD STOREROOM, rrNEocIl
floor upaco 25x110, full b-inTi;11
Tr month. 20 8 W. TempU v
Huboard Investment Co.. s w. jfj1
LARGE ROOM, 20X80 FBKt""
Hlrschman's shoe store' ' til!
2SX30-FOOT STORE. 6 OmtT'
rear. 267 W. 2nd So. FhiaW
ONE ROOM OF A HURnrnri
front orflce In Kearns blrlg rst,,
Kearnr,. or nhone Wssateh 474. " .j
,JRJWT STjDRTj-aOOMa -
ROOMS IN BASEMENT STcmi
hotel. Stato ts.. suitable for ku.
clothes pressor. Apply G. S Hffi
BOARD AND ROOM
HOAPJ AND ROOM. TTX'mi
Rooms, 31.60 up. Hear 111 E. tZ
STEAM-HEATED. MODERN, JV
nlshed rooms with board; hoci a
forts. 69 No. State. jj
BOARD AND ROOM FOR GIRLS'
per month. 257 V. 2nd North, t)
FURNISHED. ROOMS AND 30AB0R
gentleman. 144 2nd East cil
FURNISHED ROOMS AND B0A1
steam heat, modern, mod exclumi
cation: prlvato home. 225 Ikljbwi"
NICE PLEASANT ROOMS, FINS 1
cation, with or without .boiri I
TEMPLE HOTEL, ONE BLOCK .N0F.1
of Hotel Utah; elegenl single rH
with board: al?o suite, on grouM 5
steam heat, hot and cold wat'.r M
JUST GOOD HOME BOARD; FLHU
and room: flivj location. Phoni HS-
FINE BOARD AND ROOM AT t
South Main. Bell 544S. I
BOARD AND ROOM CHEAP K B
vatc family; all modern convrfwtt
Bell phono 1563-Y. 771 E. lit
NICE ROOM IN PRIVATE FASCt
with board. 11 Barrows ave. Wtal
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, 11
board; every Ihlng modem. "I frx
East. LARGE ROOM. SUITABLE FOP. 7f
sleam heat, home cooking; wesjt
sonable. t!05 E. 1st So. J
STORAGE, MOVING, PACKTJ
WEnpiTTrooBsro ant nj
of United States. Cut rates. SM
Van & Storage Co.. 75 So. Main.
NEW MODERN FIREPROOF ffJUj
hous- for Household Goodi-2W
rooms you carry ths ke. 3
Packing. Shipping. Cut ritet . W
555. Redman Movlnc & Slor
FURNITURE SHIPPED ATJ
freight rates; list your shlpmeaa
us: we can eavo Vu rnoner- A
Fireproof Storage Co.. "The FIum""
All mokes P"dW
Utah Typewriter Exchange Co.
2rd So. i'nones jj
High-grade typcwrltertf, foIL rler
Old ones! lake'n In eschangc.
cheap. Stewart -Glccjon
Exchange. 35 West 3Joj
REGAL SHOE REPAIRING CO-.
2d So., best oak sole. POPJJJ 'fc
Both phones. Wasatch 2o33. Ind- '',
SHOE REPAIRING AT POFf
prices. O. Randall, 12
SUITS MADE TO ORDER.
CO. Wc make tho "". 'j -fl.
overcoata ever made for w S
M. Rotiell, 75 So. State.
rier work of every ""'u. J
WILLOWS - MEa,cnCSffi
con.'lnernents. seclus cn. i jtm
Mrt. F. Pbll'IP'-J,lthlnd I6lt
13ib So. Sm;ar .w JZ-mL
rXlSlES CALL .-nor'E
"have your incasiiro taUn '
Corset, 1 ywra suara