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I 13 THE SAliT .LAKE TRLJCK. KRJIUY MORNJLN'G. .TAX CART 12. 1912.
D IE , . My t
IK 1 ADDITIONAL SPORTS 1
I- KE TO
CommiUee Will Grant Two
More Days in Which Ath
letes May Be Listed.
The committee which has in charge
the amateur wrestling and boxing tour
nament which Is to take place in the
Desorct gymnasium next week will meet
at tho Y. M. C. A. this morning and
It the "requests of the numerous coaches
throughout the state are granted the of
ficials will vote to extend the time for
th- closing or" the entries until Saturday
Lieutenant Rowen of Forr Douglas,
who iias charge of the athletics for the
soldier., telephoned to tho Y. 71. C. A.
vesterdav and informed Physical Direct
or Gink-rich Uiat if he would suggest
to the committee an extension of time
or closing entries Tin III Saturday night
he felt sure that he would cl at least
iwntv men to enter from the fori.
Coach" Teetzel of the Agricultural col
lege at Logan Pent In a similar request.
Teetzel promised to stir up more inter- j
est than has been manifested and do all
in his power to get the men who have
nny -wrestling or boxing- ability whatso
ever to enter by Saturday night. Yester
day no entries had been received from
Coach Roberts of the B. Y. U. at Prove,
although he phoned the committee that
lie would enter at least one man in each
class in both boxing and wrestling. Rob
erts claims that thc'.ntry blanks mailed
to him have never been delivered and
that It was Impossible for htm to get In
entries without the forms. He has prom
ised to get them In as soon as pos
sible. Numerous requests in addition
to those made by Teetzel and Roberts
have been made, but these two men. in
all probability, represent the greatest
number of entries which will be received
i the committee if the time Is .extended.
Th total number of entries received
tin to the present time Is approximately
j-iNtv. which number will be materially
increased by those which have been do-
I NEW ORLEANS WITS
RACE MEET IN FALL
(Continued from Page Eight.)
!v all of those who like lo sec the thor
jugnbred in action."
I CHARLESTON MEET OUTLAY?
Jcckey Club Notifies South Carolina Of
ficials They Must Obey Rule?.
NEW YORK. .Ian. 11. The Jockey club
erved notice tonight upon John Mar
shall, president of the Charleston. S. C.
Jockey club, that the nice meeting pro-
posed to be held beginning January 17
Z In Charleston, will b regarded as an out
law meeting unless the usual regulations
of the Jockey Hub are complied with.
The telegram authorized to be sent to
President Marshall leads:
"A resolution was also adopted to bar
from sanctioned racing all horse, own
ers, trainers and jockeys who participated
'n the recent meeting of the Columbia
Racine association of Columbia. S. C."
Aususl Belmont. James R. Keene. F.
K. Sturglb and S. L. Parsons were re
elected stewards. At the annual meeting
of the stewards. August Melniont was re
elected chairman: .lames R. Keene. vice
chairman, and I". K. Sturgls. secretary
and treasurer of the Jockey club for 151'.'.
IDES MOINES MAYOR '
DES MOINES, la.. Jan. 11. "Dcs
Moines does not want wrestling mutches
which the Chicago authorities have
branded with suspicion." said Mayor
Manna today In reference to the an
nouncement that the Mahtnont-I'fdcr-n
match si'Sght be brought here. "Fur
hennorc," ho said, "this city will not
.olerate matches which are not on the
square in -vcry detail. 1 am not say
ing that this match Is a fixed one. but
so long as Mayor .Harrison has indi
cated that it is not wanted in Chicago,
Dcs Molncs can set along without it."
I CARNEY CUTS DOWN
DE ORO'S LEAD
DENVER. Colo.. Jan. II. Joseph Car
ney. Pacific eoasl Millard champion, cut
thirteen point, from the lead secured last
night by Alfredo Dc Oro, world's cham
pion three. cushion bllllardlst. In tho sec- I
ond block of their 150-rolnt match for the
title and tho Lambert trophy here tonight,
scoring S3 points to the champion's 50.
The jeore noxv stands: Do Oro. 100: Car
ney, ss. The tinnl block of the match
will be played tomorrow.
I Demurest Far in Lead.
CHICAGO. Jan. 11. Calvin Domarost
-orcd 400 points In seventeen Innings of
IK. 2 balk lhu- billiards lonicht and In
creased his lead over Fred Conklln. the
international champion. It wis the
fourth block of a. handicap match. 2000
to 1335. Conklln made ISO in slxte.ju
Innings. The totals, now are: Conklln,
S4; Demurest. 1000.
I Columbia Defeats Cornell.
NEW YORK, Jan. 11. Columbia de
feated Cornell In their dual nwiinmlug
meet tonight in the I'olombia pool with
a total of T.S points to the Ithacnns' li.
The water polo game was a tic at 1 to 1
when the gamo was called. Tho "00
yard relay race was won by Columbia
In 1:59 2-."..
B Hayes Hurts Hand. j
COLUMBUS. O., .T.-.n. 12. trover
Hayes, the Philadelphia lightweight box
mM cr. will not be able to fill his January)
encasements for Youngatown. O.. iind
San Francisco, because of a fractured
MM bone In his right hand. The accident
mmJ occurred while II ayes wim doing gvnma-
MMm slum work here today.
IEriuker Goes to Quakers.
PHILADELPHIA, Jap. 11. Tho Phila
delphia .Nationals todaj- received a
signed contract from Outfielder V. H.
Brlnker of the Yanrouver club of lh
Northwest league- He is one of five
candidates for the position or right!
fielder on the Philadelphia team.
I Martin Eeats Nelson.
Bj International News Service.
LAWRENCE. Mass.. Jan. 11. Tqrry
Martin of Philadelnhla was given i'ac de
rieion over Jo Nelson of this cltv In
their twelve-round bout at the Unity
Cycle club here tonight.
I Johnny Eeagan Dead.
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 1 1. Johnnv Reaan.
former featherweight champion of tbc
world. died here today after a short ill
ness of pneumonia.
Depnablc servant.: maids, cooks,
rjH wjiitrcsHCr, uorness. secon.l cirls
-H all look to the "Want. Columns to pro-
ride fhrin utjilovment and opportuni--jH
tics for ad, ancciiicut,
SHERLOCKO THE MONK fi Mager
The EpisodS of the Runaway Boarder
MYSTAlt BOARDER. , . GET THE ADDRESsjl ( CLEAR. CASCj I Jggjfr J
VIHO HAS BseN IN L TELL THC P 5 el J tTlflJ
my Mouse reps, to yharsV LiDT 5hall mam -
HAS SODONLT DISAPPEA (INVESTIGATE 'J Vf'
u.Bt. Btg m iwcw rci "S SoARORs rooms tr
1 Wr?-7 Placed mTl( UTZyyi 9t
5rANDTHAFJ:A,R leA r TO LEAVE fHE eoAfNC; HOUSE
; All Hallows N otcs
Special cliapel services will be held
Sunday and all students are requested
to be present.
Professor McMillan will lecture before
the class of political economy today at
George Schmidt. '12. was elected cap
tain of the baseball team at last even
ing's athletic meeting.
Three new students registered yester
day and the board of registration reports
more to come.
The English circle and Authors chib
meet this evening at S:P,0.
The Rev. Joseph Sullivan. S. M., deliv
ered an ethical discourse before the sen
iors at yesterday's session.
The library hereafter will be opened
to the students from "."() p. m. until 0.
No periodical or magazine shall bo taken
to the rooms.
Class pins for the class of 1512 will
arrive shortly from New York.
In Railroad World.
In order to attend a meeting of the
scnera! agents of Iho I'nion Pacific. J.
I A. Reeves, general freight azent; D. 15.
Btirley. general passenger arrcnt: D. II.
Gtvy. district freight and nassencer
agent, with headquarters in this city,
and F. D. Wi'Ikoh. district freight and
passenger agent at P.utte. iili leave for
The first session of the meeting will
he held Monday forenoon and It will last
until the buslne?s Is completed. The
meeting is an Annual affair and will be
attended by the general agents of t'nis
road from New York, Philadelphia. Bos
ton. Detroit, Cleveland. Cincinnati. Chi
cago. Atlanta. St. Louis. Kansas Cltv.
Denver. Salt T-ako. Butte, San Fran
cisco. Los Ansrcles and other large cities
of the country.
Do you knovr that fully uinu out of
every ten cases of rlietimatts-ni arc aim
ply rLeumati3m 'of tho inusclcs iue to
cold or damp, or chronic rheumatism,
and require no internal treatment -what-everf
Apply Chamberlain's Liniment
freely and sec hots- quickly it jjives re
lief. For Fale by all dealers.
I The eyrrJastiny sir) question is easilv
land entirely sohed bv the insertion of
ia little want "ad"' in The Tribune.
Jiell phone ."200. Ind. HOO.
IN TEII5 HlSTltlCT COlRT OK TIIK
United States for the District of Utah.
In, th- tnatter t William Pearsc.
vol. bankrupt. In bankruptcy. So.
To the creditor of William Pearse of Sail
Salt Lake City, in the county of alt
Lake and district aforesaid, a bank
rupt: Notice Is hereby slvcn that on tho
2n! day of .November, 1911, the .ild
William Penrse wiu duly adjudicated
bankrupt: and that the Urst meeting of
his creditors will he held at mv offlu
hi the Continental block. Salt Lake City,
I tab, on the r.'nd iiny of January, t:12.
at IO:::o o'clock In the foreuoon, at which
time 'the said creditors may attend, prove
their claims, appoint a trustee, examine
the bankrupt. ;mh1 transact such other
business as may pi jporly come before
Referee in Bankruptcy.
fcult ivike City. Jan. 11. UM2. sSOC
XOTICK IS HEREBY GIVK.N FROM
this date on 1 will not be responsible
for any debts contracted bv mv wife,
Mrs. F. S. Thomas.
Signed) F. S. THOMAS.
Jon, 12. KM 2. s9i
work: experience-! m.n prices rlsht.
Ofrtce Duval's paper store. d3179
IN TUB DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for the District of
f'tah. In the matter of John F. Stagg.
bankrupt. No. 1239 in bankruptcy.
Petition for discharge.
To the Honorable John A. Marshall, Judge
of the District Court of tho Unltod
States for the District of Utah:
John F. Stagg of Bingham, in the
county of Salt Lake and .stale of j
Utah, in said district, respectfully repre
sents that on the 2Sth day of January
last past, he was duly adjudged bankrupt
under the acts of congress relating to
bankruptcy; that he lias duly surrendered
all his property and rights of property and
has fully complied with the requirements:
of said acts a:id of the orders of the
court touching his bankruptcy.
Wherefore, he prays that he may bo
o.ierecd by the court to have a full dis
charge from all debts provable against
his estate under said bankrupt acts, ex
cept such debts as are excepted by law
from cuch discharge.
Dated this Jlth dav of December. A.
D.. JC'll. JOHN F. STAGG.
ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON.
District of Utah.
On this 1Mb day of January. A. D.
1912. on reading the foregoing petition it
is ordered by the court that a hearing
b had upon the same on the 27lh day of
January. A. 1. 1912. before said court
at Salt Lake City, in said district, at 10
o'clock in tho forenoon, and that notice
thereof be published in The Salt Lake
Tribune, a newspaper printed in said dis
trict, and that all known creditors and
other r-ersons in interest may appear at
the said lime and place and show cauKfc,
If any they have, why th! prayer of 'the
said petitioner should not. he unrnted.
And It Is further ordered by the court
that the cleric .ha!l nend by mall to all
known creditors copies of said petition
and tills order, addressed to them at
their plao-s of residence as stated.
Witness tho Honorable John A. Mar
shall. Judge of lhu said District Court,
and the seal thereof, at Salt Lake City,
In said district on the 11th day of Jan
uary. A. D. 1912.
J EI. HOLD R. LETCHER.
(Seal of court) Clerk.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for the District of Utah.
In tho matter of James 11. Mount
ford, vol. bankrupt. In bankruptcy, j
No. ir.sr.. ;
To the creditors of James n. Mounl-,
tord of Hall Lake City, in the county
of Salt Lake, and district aforesaid, a
Notice s hereby given that on the f.th
day of January. 1912, the said James ir.
Mount ford was duly adjudicated bank
rupt: and that t'lio first meeting of his
creditors will be held at mv office in tho
Continental block. Salt Lake City. Utah,
on the 22nd day of January. 1912, at 10
o'clock in ihe forenoon, at which time tho
said creditors may attend, prove their
claims, appoint u trustee. cainluc- the
bankrupt, and transact such other busl
as may properly come before said
meeting. CHARLES BALDWIN.
Referee In Bankruptcy.
Salt Lake City. Jan. U, 1912. sS95
BANK, BAR AND OFFICE
fixtures; special designs submitted on
application; household refrigerators,
carom and pocket billiard tables, bowl
ing alleys and supplies. Brunswlck-Balke-Coilender
Co.. InO to ISO So. 4lh
Wyat. Both phones .53. jijOSo
SIGNS AND SCENERY
CHAS. PETERSON. 20 RIChTRdITstT I
brass, chipped glass and painted. Bath
T. Alkawii Co., ill W. So, Temple.
WHERE TO STOP
LINCOLN HOUSE. CS eTstISTSO-:
20 roomrj; rates, 35c, 40c and iOc; mod
ern; baths, lZc. 111339
AUCTION SALES j
On account of sickness the auction sale
at 18S South First West street has been
called off. C E. OSTERLOH.
SATURDAY. JAN. 13, I WILL SEIJ", A
rooms of nicf- furniture at No. 157 So.
Main street at 10:.'!0 a. in. Bedroom set,
chiffoniers, dressers, iron and brass beds,
springs, mattresses, dining table, rugs,
linoleum, heating stoves, a new Universal
range (6 holes, cost $30). C. E. Oster
loh. Auctioneer. sT70
C. L. SEBER MAKES FURNITURE AUC
tion a specialty;' consult me befor
selling. Bell phone 12S7. p-HS
OAK FURNITURE CO.. H15 SO. STATE
st. We buy. exchange and soil second
hand li. h. goods. Give us a call. Cell
OSTERLOH, THE AUCTIONEER.
Sells household furniture and merchan
dise. Bell phono 2824 -K. ol7.16
O. K. FL'RN. CO.. 209 SO. W. T.. BUY
and sell h. h. good3. Your credit is
good. Born phones. p266'J
JOIN THE OWLS. 101 K EARNS BLDG.
BEST CREAMERY BUTTER. Z5C: 6
larse eana milk, i.'.c: ckcs. per doz., 2fc:
straight grade Hour. 90:; G cans- corn. 2.ric;
5 lbs. apples. iSc; M. J. Coffee. .".He: 10-lb.
can lard, 51.20; 2 lbs. strong cheese, 2,!ic.
Cnieago Store H(J W. IhI South. sfi94
A FLOWER GIVEN AWAY FREE TO
every purchaser at Burton Cash Gro
cery and .Meat 'Market 32i South State
street. Saturday. January 1.1. Special cut
pricr-s: l-Jgg-o-sop, 4 pel;:.. 2."ic: can to
matoes. 10c; Dutch Cleanser. Lighthouse
or Uncle Sam, per can, fc; 3 cans- Easle
milk. Sue; tans Sego or Honeysuckle
milk, 2".r; C cans, baby size. 2."c; G bars
hlgh-grado soap, 2."c; pot roast, per lb..
9c; boiling be.', 7c lb.; steak. 10c to 17Jc
lb.; mutton leg. 13c lb., mutton stew. Gc
lb.; veal, 12$c to 17j lb. Ind. phone ISfiS.
should know I am using !r. Nunn's
Black Oil Healing '"'nmpound In my sta
bles and on my breeding farm, and will
say that I havu yet to find Hs equnl as
a stable medicine for all purposes. It
has saved much valuable racing sIock for
me. Respect fully, C. I. CLOW.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A GOLD-FILLED. HUNTING
cas". B. W. Raymond movement wutch.
with Swastika on It; a keepsake. Reward.
Return S7;"l W. 2nd South. a$13
LADY'S GOLD WATCH CHAIN WITH
two opals. Return to 119 K. 4th South
st. Reward. kS8.'!
LOST BUNCH OF KEYS ON LONG
rlnc with sprim.; return to Tribune.
E. Sturm, shop 125 YY. 1st So. Ind.
WE DO PA PER HA NG 1 NO, CLEANING.
painting, tinting; work guaranteed.
Phone .'.01 4 -K. sC07
South. Bell phone Wasatch 152C. p2732
SHOE SHINING PARLORS,
cleaning parlor. 62i East Snd South.
MAYLON DETECTIVE SERVICE. OLD
c.it art! best. Not a neuvronccrn. :''
9-10 M Int:. re. I honos 5oi. s731
EVANSIn this city. January 11, 1912.
James Evans, aged 02 years, remains
at O'Donnell & co.'s parlors. 22fi and
227 South West Temple street. Notice of
funeral will be given later.
O'NEII In this city. January 11, 1912.
Daniel O'Nell. aged ."0 years, remains
at O'Donnell L'o.'s parlors. Notleo of
funeral will he given latr.
DICKINSON In" this city, January 11,
1912. 'baric-; Dickinson, ogod 12 years,
remains will be chipped from O'Donnell &
Co.'s chapel today, Frldav, to American
Fork for Interment.
EBER W. HALL, I J N D E RtXk EiT'aNIj
onibalmer. ICS S. West Temple, Phones
M. K. COLEMAN. UNDERTAKER AND
licensed embalmer, 11th East and 12th
South. HyJand 799. h275
E. G. O'DONNELL. UNDERTAKER
and cmbulmcr. has moved to new lo
cation, 22n-227 South West Temple St..
Realty bldcr. Both phones f.Si.. o3399
UTAH CASKET CO.. MFRS. OF UN
dcrtakera' supplies. Phones. Day, 4003;
night. 381 l-Z. Phone or wire rush or
ders. 32 E. Sth So.. Salt Lake. p20fi2
LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. R?
?.IcKenr.lo. Display yards. 422 So. State.
2U E. 2nd So. Both phones 37. b297
HUDDART FLORAL CO.. f2 SO. MAIN
st. Phones 106. Cut flowers and fu
neral designs. nlC32
MONEY TO LOAN
rate of Interest. Houston Real Estate
Tnv. Co., 351 South Main st. Phones 27.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE.
Pomcroy. 30 West 1st North. uSSl
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE.
llalloran-Judge Co., 309 South Main.
SALAP.r LOANS NEGOTIATED FOR
persons permanently employed; busi
ness confidential. 421 Herald bldg. tlSG
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS: LIB
eral options. - Miller & Vicle. S03 Kearns
bldg. a 1 16
BUILDING LOANS: FREE BOOKLET
of plans. Salt Lake Security &. Trust
Co.. 32 Upper Main. bl902
MONEY SUPPLIED SALARY PEOPLE.
women keeping house and others with
out security; cheapest rates; easiest pay
ments: offices In al principal cities. D.
H. Tolnian. 33S Atlas bids. al214
QUICK MONEY: ANY AMOUNT OR
time. ICelly-Montrosc, Brokers. oJ5
Main st.. upstairs. a2225
SIN PER CENT IMPROVED PB.OP
erty. J. L. Perkes, room 112 Atlas
REAL ESTATE LOANS MADE.
FRITSCH, 202 FELT BLDG. h231h
PLENTY OF MONEY TO LOAN. GIE-sey-Walker
Co.. 712-1! Kearns bldg.
COULD MAKE MORE LOANS UP-
on real estate than any live competi
tors combined unless our methods are
Nineteen yeara' experience with only
TRACY LOAN & TRUST CO.,
11 F. 1st South. m2SGl
LOWER P.ATES THAN ELSEWHERE.
Privilege to make partial payments any
time. Our own money, no coupon notes;
no notice required; no waiting for re
leases when oatd; no rod tape.
THE HOME INVESTMENT & SAVINGS
C, S and 10 West First South St..
Salt Lake- City. Utah. n4S
MONEY ON REAL 15STATE. LOW IN
tcrest on rislit security. A. IUchter.
73 So. Main 3t. Phones fill. :ill57
FOR MONEY, ANY AMOUNT. SEE A.
M'KFILLAR & CO., 63S WEST 2ND
MONEY TO LOAN ON SECURITIES
of any kind, small or large, loans, on
most reasonable terms. See us first.
Frankel & Vesely. Investment Brokers,
111 Atlas block. Our motto: A Square
Deal to All. o273
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
BURT & CARLQUIST CO..
40 Main st. o293i
JOIN THE OWLS. 101 KEARNS BLDG.
ANY GIrTTnEEDJNG FRIENDS "VI LL
find them at the Salvation Army. Ad
dress all communications to Mrs. Adju
tant Sloate, r.21 East Third South 3treet.
Salt Lake City. r.2432
W. W. T.. YOUR INFORMATION IS RE
0 'Jested in New York. Same address.
A TEMPERATE. INTELLIGENT GF.N
tleman. stranger. Ioncsoni-. desires
acquaintance of neat, refined woman un
der 10. Address hi confidence. J. L. Grav.
Gen, dellvury. Salt Lake Utah. s9!3
CR1SMON . NICHOLS. ASSAYERS
and chemists, removed to 229 South
West Temple. W1792
UNION ASSAY OFFICE. Ta2 SOUTH
West Temple. P. O. box 1116. nlalO
BETTLES. MjVTIIEZ & CO a! R
Bard well, manager. ' 153 South West
Temple. Both phones. f217
R. II. OFFICER .fc CO., ASSAYERS. 169
South "West Temple at., Salt Lake
LU C- TYLER. ASSAYER. IND. PHONE
93G. ir.li South West Temple. in2392
wfTnLLLYMS SON. lCfT"sTTBELL
1545-K. Upholstering, chairs recancd.
I FURNITURE REPAIRED AND REUP
I f.nlslcred; cotton and hair mattresses
mi (In over. Up-to-Date Furniture Co..
I 3ft s. W. Temple. Boll 2127. o2C07
cleaning. Leave orders at Druehl St
Frnnken's. Ind. 100. si xs
MOTOR AND BIC Y7L5RE?AIr7ng7
new and second-hand machines on easy
payments Lon Claflln. 75 W. 3rd South.
FURNITURE AND FIXTURE
g. w. haitck OFNlbvroTtKcr
Interior hardwood :lulshlng. Ind. 15S12.
PLUMBING AND HEATING
Inc and st-am fitting; Jobbing work a
specialty: all work guaranteed. Both
phones 162. 113 Fast 2nd South. 0125
WeTCtHER STRIPS TO KEEP OuVtHE
cold at Rivers Uros., 23 West 3d South.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. DASH
ment First Congregational church. We
KCt you a position free of charge. Tele
Phone Ind. 3CUG. Bell 5S22. t2 i3
EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; 3 In family. Address '29
Sth uve. Phone 40SS-K. plU9
A FASCINATING PROFESSION JOUR
nallsm nay. Classes formlnc to start
January 1. Address care Utu'u Business
College. Boston bldtr. p2093
OLD FEATHERS MADE INTO BANDS
and willow plumes cleaned, curled. 518
fctale st. h!29
WA NTED A LADY PARTNER IN AN
established business; can guarantee $25
to J35 per week. Call Monday between
1 and 2 only. 62 E. lib South. slS3
WOMAN FOR HOUSEWORK: NO
washing: good wages. Inquire Hudson
Ray Fur Co.. 122 Main sL n700
GOOD GIRL: TWO IN FAMILY i.V
cpartment house. No. C Avalon apts.
ELECTRIC RHEUMATIC RINGS CURE
rheumatism. nervousness, Insomnia
and headache. Price by mull. $1. Address
E. Fran!.", Savoy hotel, Salt Lake City.
VI S IT II FN A GER' S BUSINESS COL
lege before you decide lo enroll else
where. It pays to get the best. Posi
tions guaranteed. s77i"
ONE GENERAL. MANAGER; ALSO LO
eal workers for splendid seller. Ad
dress F-57. Tribune. sS9l
2 GIRLS TO WORK IN COFFEE
house: good wages. 5C3 W. 2nd So.
2 EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES, IDA
ho. $30.00 per month; room and boarc.
Strocks Emp Agcy. 55 West 2nd So.
COMPETENT WOMAN, GENERAL
housework ; references. 823 15. 2nd So.
ORDER OF OWLS. 404 KEARNS BLDG.
DRESSES AND SUITS' ALTERED. ANY
style: skirts cleaned and pressed. 50c.
75c; satisfaction guaranteed: at Zion's
Sultortum. 22 E. 2nd So., uaatalra. Phone
Bell idSS. uI470
COOK FOR" HOTEL OR CAFB. CALL
Bell 1125-K. .-,750
COM I ' ICT ENT EXPERIENCED STEN
o?rtpher wlsliea iiositlou in Salt Lake
or Mt of city. References given. Ad
dress F-56, Tribune. sS99
JVANTED InSOELL ATE OUS.
FURNITURE OFAl7l? KINDS WANT
ed ; will pay you first-class prices. IL
C. Fislier t Co., iC5 So. W.' Temple. Bell
6171. Ind. 96 1. e25S
ALL KINDS SECOND-HAND CLOTH
ing. trunks, vulises. best prices paid.
2S Comincrchil st. Reply by postal card.
3771 Bell. t71
YOUR OLD CLOTHING. WILL CALL.
Salvation Army. Both phones. 12131
TO DO YOUR UPHOLSTERING AND
mattress remaking. Utah Bedding and
Mfg. Co. Both phones 35X 1)303
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR IRON,
brass, rags, bottles, rubber, copper, etc.
Utah Junk Co.. M0 So. 4th West. Phone
LAKE HAND LAUNDRY; ONLY" 110 N
est work; please try once. Phones 2504.
328 W. 1st South. M003
WILL SHIP CAR IT. U. GOODS TO LOS
Angeles and one to Chicago and one to
Portland and one to Florida next 10
days; very reasonable rates. Kimball Van
& Storage Co.. 73 So. Main. s280S
TO REMODEL, SCREEN OR P.K
pair your building. Call Ind. 10601.
WANTED EVER Y LADY IN SALT
Laka to visit The Tribune art gallery,
153 South Main.
WE BUY. SELL AND EXCHANGE
books. "O. & N." Book Shop, 10 E.
2nd South. Phono Wasatch 2H1S. p2C12
WANTED LADIES AND GENTLEr
men to attend (lances evenings. 25c:
ladles' cloaks checked free. 2'Jl South
WANTED OAK DOUBLE FLAT-TOP
desl;. also 'urge roller-ton desk; must
be cheap and in good condition. Address
F-50. Tribune. s329
ORDER OF OWLS. 401 KEARNS BLDG.
SINGLE GENTLEMAN WANTS ROOM;
heat, bath; private house desired;
walking distance. 11, Tribune. sC52
i WANTED FLAT OF TWO ROOMS.
bath and kitchen, heal, close in, rea
sonable. F-5!. Tribune. SS9S
WANTED TO JURE OR BUY A TEAM.
horses or mules, of 1100 pounds each;
must bo subject lo trial. luqiiiru 3H
Dooly "block. s$07
WANTED TO BUY TWO OR THREE
high pressure pumps in good condition.
Inquire 314 Dooly block. sSOS
expert woikmanshlp; satisfaction guar
anteed. Nellsen. 67 So. Stute. nS7G
TO PATENT INVENTIONS. REGISTER
trade mark or copyrights, sec J. M.
Thomas, Eagle block. ol24
CONSULT KCOTT .t SCOTT, PATENT
attys., 226-7-8 Judge bldg. Pamphlet
fr-e upon request. s301
dog disease. 322 South Stute. Ind. 93;
Bell 1710-X. iu2SS2
SAFES AND VAULTS
vaults always on hand. A few s -cond-hand
safes for .ale. Write for circular.
Shtuly Safe & Vault Co.. 11 p o. place.
sTjT"johson carpenter and
cabinetmaker. Shop rear 129 So. 3rd
East. pi 109
Co.. Ill K'.arns bldg. Phones 2724-
GjTDEDTTY cTfNINTJ TlvND
Laundry. 16; West South Temple.
SUNBURST AND SIDU lTNa
Mrs. M. M. Jenneiu?. 505 East 3rd So.
st. Bell phone 3603-Y. pl912
M'COY'S STAJltLI I'aIfTrI ATAND
light Hvtry horses bought and sold.
Both phones SI. cl4I
SHEET METAL WORKS
COUCHMAN .t " CO., i'YlC?XXr
stjeet metal wrks. All kin b; of fu'-naco
Atji. woik. 23J South Wt3t Temple.
VAKTED JIALE HELP. fifo
s,7.gprvp.n-s toiployut79enc? tv "
"Tho Red Front.'' 112 West 2nd South'
vcu nt. el5 c.tte
3L i ,1XO- EMPLOYMENT AGBNC fifl,
.-.killed and unskilled luborrn turZ a cot'
nished. 10 East 1st South, corner Com! if1
Tnrclal. Bell phone 33S8. Ind. 923. ,
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCTS
Hotel, restaurant and household liejrLj
Headquarters for laborers.
05 West 2nd South. Phones 4S4 5 tt-
c7 fJ, i"
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. BASS: -r;
ment First Congregational church, w
co.l you a position free of charge. TclnJ .
phones Ind. 3666; Bell 5S22. iv$ 'jfflt
A FASCINArTING PROFESSION JOUnMi.
nallsm pays. Classes forming to xlarflB
Jnnuary 1. Address care Utah BuslnesSi.
college, Boston bldg. P imT
500 MEN. 20 TO 10 YEARS" OLD. WANTlBV.
ed at onec for Electric tt&flpi c
way Motormen and Conductors:
to S100 a month; no QxperipOP
ence necessary: tine opnortunltv; ah'
strike; write Immediately for 3DPlicattwKr
blank. Address F-S. care of Tribune.
YOU ARE WANTED FOR GOVERN'M-:
meat job. 3S0 month. Send postal foX IB'
llPt of positions onen. Franklin InstituteHi'
dept. 407-L. Rochester. N. Y. s26m !Wj
ORDER OF OWLS. 10 1 KEARNS BLDG?
MARKER AND ASSORTER FOR LAUNj
dry. out of city. Address F-12, Tribune --"I
-. ' .s5j.4Sr
LOOKING FOR A POSITION? TAKE A?
courso at Uenager's Business collecre
and you will be sure of It. 77-li I'''?
f , 2j!
WANTED, BY A M H5DLE-A G ED I-.VDTfi
gentleman partner In rooming house:', H J!
good proposition; must be a Mormon and,- SUV
widower. F-3I, Tribune. sS33; Sj
WE OFFER MEN OF ABILITY ANjS?
ovceptb.nal chance to share in thefB'
pronts of a lartre Industrial enterprise; '
wnlch wo arc now financing. Company Isi'TT
in hands of prominent Colorado cltlrena.f
There have been no failures In this busl-fi'5'
noss. Wo want agents In western eltlesli "fZ
and towns io nstdst us In financing Hb-Jj.
oral commission paid, lleferenccs ex-(l-chanced.
Write lodav for illustrated 111-'
erature. enulitepi?' reports, and terriloi,-..M
This company Vias greater future and.v
should pnv larirer dividends than mlnlngjl??
or oil. The W. A. Fisher InvcHintl1'-''
Companv. 734-S First National L'anksBT
Bldg.. Denver. Colo. s5S5.Vi
COAT MAKERS. PANTS MAKERjT"
vest maker wanted. E. A. MItehlI.tfln.
Provo. Utah. s'fM
TJtAP DRUMMER. ErCPERIENCEmBTJ
' picture work. Mehcsy's. 276 Main st.W
GOOD BOY WITH WHEEL; DAVTsfsV
Shoe Co.. 23S-IO So. Main.
JOIN THE OWLS. -10! K E A RNSBLDf5. JK
HONEST. RESPECTAKLfT YOUNG ,9j
man wants work for board and ronni. jB!,
E-2i, Tribune. p2344 Wf.
MAN AND WIFE WOULD LUCK PO 'JB
sitlons tocet'ner: will go out of town. IflH.
("all S37 E. th South. WM
MIDDLE-AGED. MARRIED 3IANW
would like employment afier 7.30 . in. iWL
Would rather dn work eveninus at home
If agreeable. Address F-21. Tribune
YOrTNG MAN. 25 YEARS OLD. "MAR-wi
ried, wishes position with reliable firm -as
bookkeeper; have t! yeJirs epcrienre; J j.
ran speak Eimllsh. German and French,.
also can furnish Al reference. Address -I1'-17.
JAPANESE WANTS JOB TN SMALLfl
family at general house work. Toi;o, g
Bell 4600. a705 ' i
YOUNG MAN SEEKS' POSITION ON A t
ranch, collector or office assistant. Ad-f
dress F-55. Tribune. s$9 s r
ORDER OF OWLS. 101 KEARNS BLDG. f p
AGENTS FOR INDUSTRIAL INSUR-
ftiice. combined with sick and nccidcntjSfc
bonciiLs: advances made to rlsbt mea.KBJ
Call 56-57 Continental Bank bldg. Mm
S.VI.ESM EN'fO AID US SUPPLY THElj
brisk demand for our goods; some va-WE
cant territory yet in every slate westJWt
of the Mississippi. Cash weekly. Capital.
City Nursery Co.. Salcin, Oregon. Pl-fgT
BANKS AND BANKING W
MERCHANTS BANK , am?
of Salt Lake Cltv. gBt
Forctn exehango: travelcrr' c,(io.uex:,aB
interest paid on time and saAlnRE JWT
posits: your account, large or smell. wll!Si
receive careful altcntlon. if P. CIarlf,-t-president;
John J. Duly, vice president; JBi
A. II. Pea body, cashier. HBl
M'CORNtCK CO. 4
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAIL 1 K
lil6i: i $
SECOND HAjND STORES. Ta
hold goods. Buckeye Fur. Co.. 143 K S r
W. Temple. Bell Main 1529; Ind. 111-. J
UTAH-FURNITURE i 'OM PA NY. t'
Second-hand household sood bongliL .
sold and exchanged. 132 W. 2nd South; V
Bell 4317; Ind. Hf.7. fel
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR OLT.l
clothes and shoes. E. Green. Bl1 fT
1503. , o391- 1
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR HOUSE-S
hold furniture, stoves and ranges. . ,
Michigan Fur. Co. Bell 51 1.'. 22
GIERS .t CO. SECOND-HAND GOODS 8 J
sold and exchanged. 02 West 3rd So.
Bell 9S3: Ind. 3S36- "-'rift
- a- UJ
Scott building. Ind. 361S. Open even-?
lngs. j!iffiij ?
H. J. SMITH. DENTIST, OF MURRAY. 2
room 71C Kearns bldg.. 136 Main, Sgi A
DR. PASCHEK, DENTIST. OF SUGAR J
House, has removed to 200-1-3 Aii" .
DR. S. A. LEAVER IS NOW OCATtfl grj
at Stauffcr apartments. 161 East awith
Temple. . JlLl I
HAY, GRAIN AND COALJ
GTTTKEEDoTTVEST SOUTH J I
Tt-molo and 462 North 2nd West. 1ml. $ Jj
optlclsui. 51 East 3rd South st. niobl?-! ' Rf
HAT FACTORY j J
MIS7 HVTf CLEANED AND,
b ked. Panama a iperlalty.
Lak D-t Factory. 21 E 1st So. ri onl
1727. bUi 9sti