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H 12 Till: SALT LAKE PRIBUNI:, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 13, 1Q13. t
0 OGDEN DEPARTMENT!
Office, 2562 Washington Ave. Pho Be 664. Office Hours 8 a- m. to 10:3D
a. m.; 3 p. m. to B. p. m.
Cl OGDEN CITIZEIS TO
J HAVE SPOTLESS TOWN
: M Today and Tomorrow Will Be
H Devoted lo General
.Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. April 11. Physicians, mor
chants, city officials, school children and
practically :ill citizens of Ogden have
entered Into co-operation with the club
womnn of the city In their plan for n
general municipal house cleaning to
morrow and Saturday. Those went the
days set apart by tho city conimlitslon
ers as "Civ- days." Thorn will bo no
school fiOHsrons In any of the pnbllo edu
cational Institutions tomorrow after
noon, the board of 'education complying
with tin request lo declare Friday aft
ernoon a half-holiday. All or thn pupils
who have been cnllBted as mombora In
the League of Good Citizenship of Og
den. will devote the afternoon and Sat
urday to cleaning the yards at the homos
and otherwise beautifying their prop
erty. As a means of enlisting the aid of the
parents and every citizen In tho work,
the central committee of the Good Citi
zenship Jcaguo has issued the following
To the fitlzcns of Ogden:
On Friday and .Saturday. April 12
and in. Ogden to have a munici
pal cleaning day. Will you not give
your support to the movement? The
moyor and city commissioners and
the board of education have. kIvcii it
their hearty Indorsement. Tin; pu
pllo of the schools are organised Into
a League of Good Citizenship. Each
member of the league Is committed
to cleaning up his own yard. The
grown-up citizen, too, must help In
order to make tho undertaking a
Every loyal cltir.en of Ogden de
sires this cltv to be known far and
wide for Its beauty and its health -fulness.
In order to have a beauti
ful city a healthful city we must
have a clean city.
The co-operation of the city officials
Is shown by the announcement that all
city employees who can be spared for
the afternoon will be allowed to re
main at home and participate in the
municipal house cleaning. Those who
have Interested themselves In the mat
ter are confident that Ogden Is to de
rive unlimited benefits by the Innova-
IDR. M'CREERY STRICKEN.
Former Ogden Pastor Victim of Paraly
sis In Colorado.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN". April 11. airs. C. L. Under
wood, icsldlng at 227 Twenty-second
street, has received word from Colo
rado Springs that the Rev. Dr. G. W.
McCrecry, former pastor of the Flr6t
Methodist church in this city, was
stricken with paralysis at his mother's
home In the Colorado city lust Wednes
day. The serious affliction of the for
mer Ogden pastor Is believed by friends
hero to have been due to a physical
breakdown resulting from bereavement.
About a year ago his slstcr-In-law and
her husband were murdered In tholr
cabin on a ranch near Cheyenne and
a few weeks ago the pastor's 9-year-old
I FACULTY IS RE-ELECTED.
Directors of Deaf and Blind School Re.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. April 11. The entire faculty
of the State School for the Deaf and
Blind was re-elected for another year
at a meeting of the directors held this
afternoon. The staff consists of twelve
teachers, twelve Instructors, six super
visors and one matron. The board also
authorized the purchnsc of 200 folding
opera chairs for the chapel, a Salt Lake
firm being awarded the contract.
It was reported to the trustees that tho
boy students at ihc school had com
pleted FiOO feet of cement-lined ditch and
an order was entered to purchase enough
material to Improve another H00 feet of
the irrigation ditches during the present
4 season. The cost Is about 25 cents per
K foot. The improved ditches arc eight
Hj inches deep and sixteen inches wide.
DOC EXCITES CYCLIST.
Rider Exceeds Speed Limit to Escape
Special to The Tribune.
Hfj OGDEN. April 11. "Because a playful
K dog Insisted noon grabbing small pieces
PPpH f flenli from his leg, IS. W. Towusend,
Hfj one of the proprietors of a curio store
Hfj nt t,R' t-T,'un passenger station, explained
SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
Kf Notice is hereby given that a special
W meeting of the stockholders of the Tono-
ftjj pah Golden Crown Mining company, a
corporation, will be had and held at
U 103 Main street, Salt Lake City. Utah,
lij on Monday, the 29lh day of April. 1912.
3 t the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of said day.
?3 for the following purposes:
kfl First To consider and pass upon tho
Ej advisability of endeavoring to secure tho
H necessary money to redeem tho property
B of the company from the sale upon exc-
W ution. and to procure a reconveyance
Sj from tho purchasers of said property at
i such sale to the corporation, upon pay-
incut of the amount due to the purchaa-
I crs of said property, euld amount being.
P op the 21st of March. 1912. tho sum of
I Second To consider and pass upon the
t advisability of accepting a proposition
C made and to be made at said meeting
I by the purchasers of the property of this
I company at tho execution salu thereof
R above referred to. as follows: To convey
It the said property to a corporation to be
I formed and organized, with a capital
stock of 1.500.000 shares of the pur value
of J 1.00 each, 500.000 shares of stock to
1 be placed In the treasury of said com-
1; pany. 500.000 shares, or so much
1. thereof as may bo necessary to
K bo sold and disposed of for
H the purpose of paying the Indebtedness
against the properly. as aforesaid: 450.
U 000 shares of said stock to be sot aside
l nod delivered to the stockholders of tlhs
u company, at the ratio of one share of
H ""oh new stock for two shares of tho
Bty stock or this company, such delivery to
I be made to tho stockholders of this com
pany after the said 500.000 shares, or so
much thereof as may be necessary, shall
be sold for the purpose of paying tho
Hnld indebtedness. 50,000 shares of such
stock to bo set aside as a bonus, to bo
dlsposfd of by the board of director!?,
for tho purpose of promoting the Interests
or such company. Tho capital stock of
such company, so to be formed and or
ganized, shall bo assessable Htock. and
the above Indebtedness of 2(51,228.50. to
gether with interest thereon from the 21st
day of March. 1912, shall be secured by
a mortgage upon the property so to bo
conveyed to kucIi new company, as afore
said. All the terms and conditions upon
I which said property will be con-oved to
I such new corporation wjll be fullv set
I forth and explained at euch meeting.
I Third In case either of tho above
I plan shall be adopted and approved at
I uch stockholders' meeting, then to au-
I thorlze and direct the board of directors
I r the company to carry out tho olan
I to adopted.
I BOARD OF DIRKCTORS TONOPAU
I GOLDEN CROWN MINING COM-
3 PANY. b45S
H. announced tor Friday- v
to Judge William Reeder In the police
court this morning his reason for ex
ceeding tho motorcycle speed limit Inst
ovonlng; It was his second ride on a
bicycle propelled by gasoline, and Town
send told tho court It would be his lost.
As a result of thin decision the court
dismissed Townscnd's cose
Glen Lanio. drlvor of an automobile,
was less fortunate. Officer William
Reast declared that he held a stop watch
on the offender and Judge Reeder as
sessed a fine of 15.
FRANCIS H. WOODS DIES.
Prominent Architect Succumbs After Long
Special to The Trlhune.
OGDEN. April 11. Francis 1 1. Woods,
I'tnli pioneer and prominent, architect,
died late this afternoon at his home. ;3I
Tlilriy-thlrd street, following an Illness
that had kept him at his home for the
past fix months. Ho was a natlvo ot
England, and came to rtnh In I860. He
was well known throughout the Inter
mountain states as nil architect, some of
tho buildings designed by him being; St.
Joseph's church, the city Jail and several
schoof1 buildings In Ogden and a number
of buildings In Idaho, Including the state
Insane hospital at Blackfoot.
It was through the talent of Mr. Woods
that the plpo organ in tho Salt Luke
tabernacle was made to produce satisfac
tory results after It had baffled promi
nent organ builders of the country
Mr. Woods was 08 years of ago at. the
tltnf- of his death. Tic 1h survived by a
wife and thirteen children. Funeral 'ar
rangements have not been made.
TEACHERS AT BANQUET.
Principals and Supervisors Entertained by
i Board of Education.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, April 11. In appreciation of
their services on ihc committees that
have Juat completed the roadoption of
text books in the Ogden schools, the
board of education tendered a banquet
this evening. Tho banquet was hold for
the principals and supervisors of the
grade schools and the members of tho
high school faculty, all of whom assisted
the committees In many ways. There
were seventy-five- present at the banquet,
which was held In tho high school au
ditorium, lb dinner being prepared and
served by students of the domestic de
partment of the high school. Following
the banquet, those present wcro enter
tained at a theater partv at the Or-plieum.
Protect Fruit With Screens.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, April 11. The protection of
fruit, vegetables and other foodstuffs
with screens or glass coverings Is one
of the sanitary improvements for which
City Food Inspector T. E. Browning has
been striving during the post few weeks
and his efforts arc meeting with success.
Without an exception tho grocers and
meat dealers are co-operating with him
In every way possible.
Line to Be Extended.
Special to Tlio Tribune.
OGD)JN .April 11. As the result of an agree
ment which has been roachoj by Commissioner
J. C. S0, superintendent of Directs, and tho
OgJen Rapid Trnrmlt company, work In to etart
In Ihu near future on tho extension or tho
company's atroot car line on Twenty-fourth
street between Wall and Washington avenues.
By this extension tho compsny will complote a
loop In tho business district, thus miklnc pos
sible Improved street car servlco botwoen
Washlncton avenuo and the union rxiKsunror
Captain Adams in Town.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, April 11. Captain J. B. Adams, head
of tho lands dopartmint ot tho national forest
servlco. surprised the Sixth district ofTlelals last
ovenlna by dropping Into the local hoadqua'rtera,
when he -vas Fiipposed to bn In Washlnitton. D.
C. Captain Adamn held a conforonco with Prop
erty Clor!r A. M. Smith and Auditor J. G.
Falck, after which ho dapartod with District
Korcetcr K A. Shermnn for tho southern part
of tho stato. Tho national official la raaklnir
a periodical inspection trip.
"Civic Beauty," Theme.
Special lo The Tribune.
OGDEN. April 11. Superintendent R. M.
DrlpRs of tho utate school for tli deaf and blind,
has been engaged to address the p&rontn of the
Sixth ward next Sunday on the subject ot
"Civic Beauty." Tho nubject Ik timely In Tlew
of tho fact that Friday la "CIvIo day" In this
city and that Stonday Ib Arbor day. Superin
tendent Driitga will toll of eornc of tho plans
which ho has carried to succefsful execution at
tho suite school north of this city.
Secret Wedding Out.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDICN. April 11. Tho friends of Miss la Rue
Sklnnor and llyrum Lammere, both of nhom
are well known In this city, havo Juat learned;
of the secret marriage of tho young people In
Salt Lal( on April 3. Evon tho relatives of
the couple wcro not awaro of tho marriage
until after the ceremony was performed. Mrs.
Lamniera la a daughter of Mr. and Mi's. H. E,
Skinner, C3S Larkin terrace. Mr Latnmera la a
member ot the Orplieuin orchestra.
Want Ordinance Repealed.
Special to Thj Tribune.
OGDEN, April 11- Following tho action nf the
city commissioners In repealing tho ordinance
compelling tho merchants of the city to pay an
anneal license, the rnllk donlcra have petitioned
the commlnslon to repeal the ordinance requir
ing the milk distributers lo pay an nnnuRl fee
to tho city. They roprcscut that private parties
are (selling milk without having procured a li
cense The matter has been taken under con
sideration by the conunlMloners.
Oliapel Car Arrives.
Special lo Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. April 11. The Bnpttit chapel ear.
"Good Will." nrrlvod lu Ogden last nlsht with
tho Rev. and Mr. I.. T. BarVraan In charge.
Tho chapel cars are nont out by tho American
Ilaptlia Publication toclcty, and services arc held
In all elites. Tho c-ir which Is now In Ogden
will remain hero until Saturday, thnn proceed
ing to Trenionlon over the Short I,lne. A nerlea
or meeting will held. The car has an audi
torium capable of seating 110 poraons.
Working on Extension.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. April 11. Engineer Janiw A. West
or tho Ogden Rapid Transit company. In la
C'Acho county superintending the fir.nl surveyo
for tho propoeed extensions of the Logan elec
tric aystem. There ha btoa uo final deololon
regarding tha proposed line to tho oouth toward
the head of Ogdnn valloy, but It li Intended to
complete the I.ogan-Stnlthflold oxtcnalon this
Invited to Morris's Hanging,
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Apt 11 U.-Sberlff E. n. Harrison has
received from Sherlf Joseph C. Sharp or Salt
I-ale county an "liiTlUtlon" to witness thn
execution of J. J. Morris in Salt T,aJe on April
SO. Fewer than twenty pcrvons will wltnoia thn
execution, and all will h offlccra. Sheriff Har
rison atntca that he probably will accept the invitation.
Specltl to The Tribune.
OGDEN. April II. George Kreltnew. charged
with slapping his elstnr when nhn laughed while
her mother was aiklng the blessing at tho oup
por tabic, was jcIvpii a suspended lentence by
Jmlsrn William Reader thin morning, Kreltn'M
pleaded K'tllty to the alleged offense, but frankly
udinlUcd lo the court that he believed his uls
ter "had It coming to her."
Short Line Sued.
Special to The Trlbun?.
OGDEN. April 11 Suit lus been Harted in
tho district conrt by Henry McCulIough asalntit
. .i'eon .Hhort T-l" railroad- for tho rccovrr
of JMflo alleged to be dun htm for properly
destroyed through the company'n neglect.
AfiHtnkcs are easily made, but vou
make no mistake when you plant Vo-
gelor's seeds, but bo sure thoy are
COAL AND ICEl
James Coal & ice Co. of Oadon
ha sixteen thousand tons of natural
and artificial Ice.
If you are In the market for lc by
tho carload, apply to James Coal &,
Ice Co. Place your order for season
as soon as possible.
IN T1IIC DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for the district of Utah.
In the matter of George V. Ballard,
bankrupt. No. 1"J01 In bankruptcy.
Petition for discharge.
To the Honorable John A. Marshall.
Judse of the district court of tho United
.States for the district of Utah:
Gcorgo V. Ballard of frail Lako City, In
the count of Salt Lake and state of
Utah, In said district, respectfully repre
sents that on the Ulth day of May,
last past, he was duly adjudged bank
rupt under tho acts of congress relating to
bankruptcy: that he has duly sur
rendered all his property and rights of
properly, and has fully complied with
all the requirements of suld acts and of
the orders of the court touching his
"Wherefore he prays that ho may bo
decreed by tho 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 lavr
from such discharge.
Dated this 1st day of February. A. D.
lOll'. G ROUGH V. UAI,I,AUD,
ORDER OF NOTICPJ THEREON.
District of Utah.
On this 11th duy of April, A. D. r."12,
on rcadlnp the foregoing petition It Is
ordered by the court that a hearing be
had upon tho same on the ."ird day of
May, A. D. 1912. before said court at
.Salt Lake City. In said district, at 10
o'clock In the forenoon; and that notice
thereof be published In Tho .Salt Luke
Tribune, a nowspapcr printed in sold
district, and that, all known creditor: and
other persons In lntr'8t may appear at
the said time and place and nhow cause.
If any they have, why the prayer of tho
sold petitioner should not bo granted.
And It Is further ordered by the court
that the clerk shall send by mall to all
known creditor.' ooples of said petition
and this order, addressed lo them at their
places of residence as slated.
Witness the Honorable John A. Mar
shall, judge of tho suld .dlHtrlet court,
and the seal thereof, at Salt. Lake City,
In said district, on tho 11 til day of April.
A. D. IM2.
Attest: JKRROLD R. LETCH MR,
Seal of court. Clerk.
IN THE DISTRICT CGTIRT OF THE
United .States for Hie district of Utah.
In the matter of Michael Fitzgerald,
bankrupt, No. 1307 in bankruptcy.
1'et Itlon for discharge.
To tho Honorable John A. Marshall,
Judge of the district, court of the
United States- for the district or Utah:
Michael Fitzgerald or Salt Lake City.
In the county of .Salt Lake and state of
"Utah. In said district, respectfully repre
sents that on the 'J lth day of February
last past, ho was duly adjudged bank
rupt smder the acts of congress relating
to bankruptcy; that ho has duly surren
dered all his property and rights of prop
erty, and has fully compiled with all the
rc(ulremcula of said acta and of the or
ders of the court touching his bank
ruptcy. Wherefore lie prays that he may bo de
creed by the court to have a full dis
charge from all debts .provable against
Ills estate under said bankrupt acts, ex
cept such debts as are excepted bv law
from such discharge.
Dated this 10th day of April, A. D.
ORDER OF NOTICE Tl-LEREON.
District of Utah.
On this 10th day of April, A. D. 11112,
on reading the foregoing petition
it 13 ordered by the court that a hear
ing be had upon the same on the 30th
day of April. A. D. 1912, before said
court at Salt Lake City, in said district,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon; and that
notice thereof be published In The Salt
Lake Tribune, a newspaper printed
In said district, and that all known
creditors and other persons in In
terest may appear at the said
time and place and show cause, if any
they have, "why the prayer of the said
petitioner should not bo granted.
And It Is further ordered by tho court
that the clerk shall send by mall to all
known creditors copies of Bald petition
and this order, addressed to them at
their places of residence as stated.
Witness tho Honorable John A Mar
shall, judge of the said district court,
and the seal thereof, at Salt Lake City.
In said district, on the 10th day of April,
A. D. 1912.
Attest: JERROLD R. LETCHER,
Seal of -court. Clerk.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TUB
United States for the district of Utah
In tho matter of James IT. Mouritford.
bankrupt. No. 1385 in bankruptcy,
Petition for discharge.
To the Hon. John A. Marshall, judge of
the district court of the United States
for the district of Utah;
Jamos H. Mountford of Salt
Lako City, in tho county of Salt Lake
aild stato of Utah. in said
district, respectfully represents that on
the 8th day of January last past, ho was
duly adjudged bankrupt under the acts
of congress relating to bankruptcy; that
he has duly surrendered all his property
and rights of property, and lias fully com
plied with all the requirements of said
acts and the orders of the court touch
ing his bankruptcy.
vVherefore he prays that he may be
decreed by the comrt so have a full dis
charge from all debts provable against his
estate under said bankrupt acts, except
such debts as arc excepted by law from
Dated UiIk 19th day of February, A. D.
1912. JAMES II. MOUNTFORD,
ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON.
District, of Utah.
On this 10th day of April. A. D, 1912.
on reading the foregoing petition. It Is
ordered by the court that a hearing bo
had upon the same on the 30th day of
April. A. D. 1912, boforo said court
at Salt Lake City, in said district, at 10
o'clock In the 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 persons in interest may appear at
the said time and place and show cause,
if any they have, why the prayer of the
said petitioner should not be granted.
And it is further ordered by tho court,
that the clerk shall send by mall to all
known creditors copies of said petition
and this order, addressed to them at thetr
places of residence as stated.
Witness the Hon. John A. Marshall,
Judge of tho said district court, and the
seal thereof, at Salt Lako City, In said
district, on the 10th day of April. A. D.
AtteBt: JERROLD R. LETCHER,
(Seal of Court) Clerk.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF T1IK
United States for the District of Utah.
In the matter of Albert Fisher,
vol. bankruptcy. In bankruptcy. No.
To the creditors of Albert Fisher of
Salt Lake City. In the county of Salt
Lake, and district aforesaid, a bank
rupt: Notice is hereby civen that on tho
22nd day or April. 1911, tho said Al
bert Fisher was duly adjudicated bank
rupt; and tliat the first meeting of his
creditors will be held at my office In the
Continental block, Salt Lake Cltv, Utah,
on the 22nd day of April, 1912. at 11:30
o'clock In the forenoon, at which tlmo
the said creditors may attend, prove their
claims, appoint a trustee, examine tho
bankrupt, and transact such other busi
ness as may properly come before said
meeting. CHARLES BALDWIN,
Referee in Bonkruplev,
Salt Lake City, April it. 1912. bl209
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United Stales for the district of Utah,
In the matter of George Harvey Dong
las, vol. bankrupt. In bankruptcy no.
To the creditors of George Harvey Poug
las of Salt Lake City, In the county of
Salt Lake, and district aforesaid, a
Notice is horeby given that on the
fith day of April. 1912. the said George
Harvey Douglas was duly adjudi
cated bankrupt, and that the llrsi met-'
in-; of his creditors will be hold at my
office In the Continental block. Salt Lake
City, Utah, on the 22nd day of April,
1912. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at
which time tho said crediton; mav at
tend, prove their olalmf. appoint n "trus
tee, examine the bankrupt and transact
such other husinecs as mHv properly
come beforo said mcetlnsr.
R"forep in Rtnkruiitcv
Salt Lake City. April II, 1012. bl210
OWEN At West Sixth North .street.
April 11. 1912. Henry K. Owen, sou of
Henry W. and Mary Edwards Owen,
born Oetober 20. 1ST I. In Farinlngton.
Utah; hollcrmnkc!' by Undo. The re
mains are at the funeral parlors of Un
dertaker Joseph William Taylor, "5
South West Temple street. Notice of
FUNERAL DIRECTOR '
EBER W. HALL. UNDERTAKER AND
embahncr, 1G4 S. Vst Tomplc. Phones
E. G. O'lJONNICLL. UNDERTAKER
and embalmcr. has moved to new lo
cation. 22"i-22" South West Temple at.
Realty bids. Both phones 580. oSHOD
THE LEADING FLORIST. W. W. KING.
214 E. 2nd So. Both phonos 37. h237
IIUDDART FLORAL CO.. 02 SO. MAIN
st. Phones 106. Cut flowers and fu
neral designs. nlb'32
LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. R.
Mclvcnslc. Display yards 422 So. Stato.
FUKXITURli; OF ALL KINDS WANTED;
will pay you first-class prices. II. C.
FJsher & Co.. 165 So. W. Temple. Boll
5171. Ind. 964. , o258
ALL KINDS SECOND-HAND CLOTH
Ing, trunks, valises: best prices paid.
28 Commercial st. Reply by postal card
3771 Bell. t71
YOUR OLD CLOTHING; WILL CALL.
Salvation Army. Both phones. 12191
TO DO YOUR UPHOLSTERING AND
mattress remaking. Utah Bedding &.
Mfg. Co. Both phones 3SI'.. b302
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR IRON.
brass, rags, bottles, rubber, copper, etc.
Utah Junk Co., S40 So. 4th West. Thono
LAKE HAND LAUNDRY: ONLY UON
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328 W. 1st SOuth. M003
WILL SHIP CAR If. II. GOODS TO LOS
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I PAY THE BEST PRICES FOR YOUR
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FRESH AND DRY COWS. YOUNG
calves; keep two Jersey bulls for serv
ice: registered. Saunders, rear 1415 South
Main. Phone Wasatch 2374 -Y. b57
WANTED SECOND HAND CLOTH
lnir: hlchest prices paid. 131 W. 2nd So
Phone Boll W.-isatch 20GG-K b51
LACE CURTAINS LAUNDERED. WORK
guaranteed. Mrs. Stalllngs. Wasatch
PAINTING, DECORATING AND KAL
somlnlnpr done cheap by experienced
hand. 210 East 3rd South. Wasatch
WANTED TO BUY SALOON. WILL
pay spot cash. Apply Frank Locont.
217 W. 2nd South. bl2L7
A GOOD DELIVERY HORSE; MUST
drive single. Apply 351 Stale 3t. bll40
WANTED TO HIRE. HEAVY WORK
teams. Wasatch 2573-Y or 4734. bSOO
LOST AND FOUND
LOST BROWN WATER SPANIEL,
answers to name of Buster. Return to
32G So. State. He ward. bl202
ON WEDNESDAY. SUNBURST DIA
mond pin, containing 19 small diamonds.
Return to Tribune office. Liberal re
ICING EDWARD VII. BRONZE MEDAL.
S. J. Kennedy, R. I. C. on rim. Re
ward. 707 Bingham Canyon. 11 197
LOST GOLD OPEN FACE WATCH.
chain, knife and pencil; reward $20. Ro
tum to 400 McCornick bldg. b9S7
auction a specialty: consult mo before
selling. Ind. phono 1319. s2919
O. K. FURN. CO.. 209 SO. W. T., BUY
and sell h. h. goods. Your credit Is
Rood. Both phones. p2GC3
OSTERLOH. THE AUCTIONEER.
Sells household furniture ami morchan
disc. Bell phono 2S24-IC. o!736
cans tomatoes, peas, corn. 25c; pota
toes. $1.50 per bushel, creamery butler,
35c per pound. Lee's Market. 309 East
2nd South. Wasatch 2G5S. Ind. 331.
CRANBERRIES. PER QUART, 5C
oleomargarine, 20c: best butter, 35c; 4
pounds navy beans, rice or brown boans.
25c; 50c ean cocoa, 30c. Chicago Store.
116 West 1st South. bOS I
BANK, BAR AND OFFICE
BANK, OFFICE. BAR ADSTjORE !
fixtures: special designs submitted on
application; household refrigerators,
carom and pocket billiard tables, bowl
ing alloys and supplies. Brunswlck-Balkc-Collcndcr
Co.. 150 to 160 So. 4th
Wc3t. Both phones 453. a40S6
(upstairs'! massage, electrical, vibra
tory and steam baths; new attendants.
MAYLON DETECTIVE SERvTc9rLI
est and best. Not a new concern. 208-9-10
Mclntyrc. Phones 537. s75I
do Supply Co. Phones Bell 3C28 Ind.
620 Mclntyrc Bldg. a IOCS
rm. liTEToltGCNrD 502
Scott building. Ind. 3G18. Open even
Ings. , d2663
SADDLE HORSE LIVERY
GENTLE GAITED SADDLE HORSES. 61
West 3rd South. Wasatch 2903. a3674
CLEANING AND DYEING
SUITS DRY CLEANED. S1.25TlVD?ES
$1.50; altering. Wasatch C012. 240 So.
CLEANING AND DYEING
SALT LAKE CLEANING CoTTTiTeAST
2nd South. Hell 3825. Ind. 1732. m2667
DR. THEODORE HOTOPP HAS
moved to suite 221-222 Brooks Arcade.
f AN ASSURED INCOME
Guardiu-jc ngainsL unproductiveness un insurniiee o
income a c.erl airily ns regards earnings almost, everybody
is interested in such conditions.
How to accomplish them? use The Tribune "Want Col
The Wants will bring ten an Us Tor unoccupied property,
I supply roomers and boarders and sell property as well.
The Wants will provide opportunities for work and
home employment, thus insuring an income.
The Wants replace uncertainty with positive assuranco
-thoy provide chances for betterment in many ways.
The Wants reach the greatest number of people in the
shortest possible time. I I
Sec what message Tho Tribune Wanls have for you to- I
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Hotel, restaurant and household help,
Headquarters for laborers.
5C West 2nd South. Phonos 464.
Agency. 3 W. 2nd South. Both phones
1959. Hotel and restaurant help. IV.,
lished 12 years. n-21J
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. SB
men t First Congregational church. ve
get you a position free of charge. Tele;
phones Ind. 3666. Bell 5822. "oa
SHEPPARD'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
-The Rod Front." 112 West 2nd. South.
Headquarters railroad and mining help.
Boll 3534. 1543
PERSONAL ATTENTION AND THOR
oughness charactrizo Utah Business
College training. Day and nlcht. Begin
now. Boston building. si"3'
DANCING SCHOOL. R8 POSTOFFICR
place lessons 25c; private and class
dally; socials Tuesdays. Thurdavs. Sat
urdays. Hold's Union band. r.22l i
2000 RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS WANT
ed, $90 a month; Salt Lake City exam
ination Mav 4th. Coaching free. Wrlto
Franklin Institute. Don't 427-N. Roches
ter. N. Y. aS93
M. J. DIXON EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Skilled and unskilled laborers fur
nished. 40 East 1st South, corner Com
mercial. Bell phone 33S8. Ind. 923. p!3
SKILLED AND UNSKILLED LABOR
ors furnished; also hotel help. 154 So.
West Temple. Wasatch 5GG. al058
EMPIRE EMP. AGENCY, 76 W 2ND
South. Headquarters for all kinds of
help. Wasatch 3584; Ind. 1G4, a2369
FIVE YOUNG MEN WITH BTCYCLES;
good wages; steady employment;
chance to learn telegraphy. W. U. Tel.
GOOD OPPORTUNITY FOR FIRST
class dancing master. Address T-8.
FIRST CLASS SALESMEN REQUIRED
for a high grade staple line; only one
who can produce results need applv.
Write box 1717. Salt Lake City. b63C
MAN TAKE HALF INTEREST CONE
and confectionery jobbing business, r
O. box 369. blOOo
YOU ARE WANTED FOR GOVERN
ment job. $S0 month. Send postal for
list of positions open. Franklin Institute.
Dept. 432-0. Rochester, N. Y. 1)978
SODA DISPENSER. J. H. R. FRANK
lin Co.. 2GR Main. bU47
A SALESMAN FOR LUBRICATING
oils; must understand power plant ma
chinery; only experienced party need
apply. Address U-8. Tribune. bll9:i
MAN AND WTFE TO TAKE CARE OF
building. Address U-7. Tribune. bll91
WANTED FIRST-CLASS ARCHITEC
tural draftsman; state experience and
salary. Burton E. Morse, architect. Twin
Falls, Ida. bl206
RELIABLE MAN TO HANDLE TEA
and coffee route. Apply Grand Union
Tea Co. 5S West 1st So. b!215
WANTED SITUATION MALE
HOUSE CLEANING WORK BY DAY
Japanese. Tel. Wasatch 321S. b!218
ANY GIRL NEEDING FRIENDS WILL
find them at the Salvation Army. Ad
dress all communications to Mrs. Adju
tant Sloate. 521 East Third South street
Salt Lake City. n2432
LADIES $1000 REWARD; T POSITIVE
ly Kuarantec my great successful
"Monthly" remedy; safely relieves somo
of the longest, most obstinate, abnormal
oases In three to five days: no harm,
pain or Interference with work; mall
51.50. Double Strength $2.00. Dr B. P.
Soulhlngton Remedy Co.. Kansas Cltv.
MAYLON DETECTIVE SERVICE;
both phones 537. 20S-9-10 Mclntyro
building. Oldest, largest and best In the
WILLOW PLUMES' MADE OUT OF
old feathers: combines bought and
made into puffs and switches. SIS South
State st. xl54
LADIES! ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR
Chlchcsters Pills, the Diamond Brand.
For 25 years known as Best. Safest. Al
ways Reliable- Buv of your druggist.
Take no other. Chichestcrs Diamond
Brand Pills aro sold by Druggists every-
LANCASTER DETECTIVE" AGENCY
furnishes reliable and bonded operators
for nil occasions. Try us. 401-2 Boston
bldg. Wasatch 1404. a3119
FURS AND TAXIDERMISTS
WE DO EVERYTHING IN THE FUR
and taxidermist line. Highest prices
paid for raw furs and wild animals,
R. Stcnzol Fur Co.. 57 E. 3rd So. s2326
Mrs. M. M. Jcnnens, r.OS East 3rd So.
Kt.Bcllphon(sHyinnd 787-J. pl912
J4 PJ5R ROOM AND FURNISH PAPER.
E. Sturm, shop 125 W. 1st So. Ind.
11432- ' P1410
Slate; picture framing at moderate
rates; try us. al457
WE BUY. SELL AND EXCHANGE
books. "O. & N." Book Store, 10 E.
2nd South. Phone Wasatch 261?. p20I2
1IEN-S HAt1TCLENED AND
blocked Panamas a specialty. Salt
Lake Hut Factory. 24 E. lat So. Plibne
1 1727. b!13S
tTANTED FElVIALr, HELP.
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. BASE
menf First Congregational church: wo
get you a position free of charge Tele
phono Ind. 2G66. Bell 5S22. t2773
SUCCESS INSURANCE UTAH BUS1
ncss Collogo propagation for business
life. Start a course now. Boston bide..
day, night. bISSS
GTRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
3it N. 1st West. b91
HOUSEKEEPER, IDA., $40; FREE
2 waitresses, hotel. Idaho, ?;;o.
3 waJircHscs, maid and pantry girl,
Intormcuntain Einp. Agency, 3 W. 2nd
COMPETENT GIRl"! MUST KNOW
how to cook; references required. 607
rnd avc. Bell phone Wasatch 4252. Ind.
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL 1IOUSE
work and cooking. 81 O st. b632
A SALESWOMAN. ENERGETIC AND
Intelligent worker can securo perma
nent position with largest manufautur
ers and Importers. Write for appoint
ment. 325 Pelt bldg. b531
A GOOD GIRL TO ASSIST IN GEN
cral housework. Applv S63 E. 2nd So.
AT ONCE. FIVE BRIGHT, CAPABLE
ladles over 21 lo travel, demonstrate
and sell dealers. J25 to $50 per week;
r. r fare paid. Goodrich Sales companv,
62 East Fourth South street. Salt Lake
City, Utah. bl071
GOOD COOK, CALL MORNING. 1103
3rd avc. blOGl
GOOD FIRST-CLASS TAILOR FOR RE
palrlng and altering. . Central Cloth
ing Store. 35 Commercial street. bl059
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. 1G2 13th East Wasatch
4SS. ring 1. blOS7
GOOD EXPERIENCED GIRL; GOOD
wages; no washing. Ill O st. bll39
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
Apply J. T. Gilmer. 103S 12th East.
GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK. 1N
quire 223 E. 2nd So. bll25
EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework: good wages. Telephone
Hyland 421-M, or call 932 Bo. 5th East.
COMPETENT GIRL TO DO COOKING
for small family. 147 So. Sth East.
WOMAN FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; must sleep at home. 1057 East
2nd South. bll59
EFFICIENT GIRL FOR SMALL FAM
lly. 42S I st. Phone Wasatch C32-X.
FIRST-CLASS COOK. TEMPLE ITO
tel; references required. nll53
A GOOD WOMAN FOR WASHING.
Mondays. Apply 79 E street. Ind.
phone 3954. bl!92
tor wishes private exchango; good ref
erences given. Call Wasatch 207S-Y.
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN AS HOUSE
keeper. widower preferred. Address
T-53. Tribune. b7S3
LADY WISHES POSITION AS HOUSE
keeper in or out of town. Address
T-43. Tribune. bl003
DRESSMAKING. 415 SO. FIRST WEST.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Wasatch
1774 -X. b!200
WE RENT TYPEWRITERS!
All makes repaired, exchanged and sold.
Utah Typewriter Exchange Co.. 66 West
2nd So. Phones 130. Established 1904.
COME AND SEE OUR BARGAINS IN
rebuilt typewriters or wriln for price
list. Agents new No. 5 Royal. Stewart
Glceson Co. Typewriter 'Exchange. 36
West 2nd South st. b759
only high-class men; work guaranteed.
American Carpet Cleaning Co. Both
i phones 2724. ml257
BEST WORK. AMERICAN CARPET
Cleaning Co. Phones 2724. n536
NATIONAL HOUSE AND CARPET
Cleaning Co.. 139 East 1st South. Paper
cleaning by cxnerts. Both phones Boll
425G: hid, 978. p524
PAINTING & PAPERHANGING
IF"YOU DESIRE GOOD "work!
puintlng, paporhanging. calcimlnlng.
detuning, etc.. rates reasonable. call
Jackson, phono 2S Ind. Office 63i West
2nd South st. b630
WHERE TO STOP
250 rooms: rates. 35c, 40c and 50c; mod
eru; baths. 15c. nl33'J
writlng work done well and quickly.
Phono Wa5atch 2782-Z. Ind. 4867-A. a3616
NEW IDAHO HOTEL. 20lTST4TH
South, newly furnished, heat, bath'
rooms 50c to SI per day; 32.50 to 31 per
week. Bell 2796 -Y. bYOt
family and tourist hotel. Popular prices.
FOR RENT. if
JOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. MtS
NICELY fIjuTTshW) H3sEKild?iu?dC
tiling. 23 North 1st West.' HelvetiratfJ
1 1 $33
ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING NO Ji
Kendall terrace. x3&lC0'r'r
L. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS; ALIol
i.:tt roo,r,H; K7C nnd up- 2g3sdT
FURNISHED RMS. FOR H lZ is! hotel.
North Main. Wasatch 5215-K. a"l
NICE. QUIET. CLEAN. CLOSE ivj 2S
isfsio'u,t.::cat-clcciric ,iBht' iw a-sn
2 LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMal11
4or'so.cw:uul 2 potgltf
NICELY FURNISHED II. K. R00M&1
mod.. gas range. 76 W. 5th So. b279 ROi
TWO ROOMS FOR TIOUSEKREPINoJ ffTfln
no children. 311 South 2nd West. 1!!!
m h35MjtJ f
MOD..- CLEAN WELL U RNI SH EDM Phoiv
3 or 4 -room flat. 45:1 2nd Eaat" "onlS--
FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROoaWtVuL
-at 45, West 5lh So.: electric light. hoV
n. J. . depot and shops. h77j gj
TWO VERY DESIRABLE MODERN
TnrfUn7?IV,epl"S room1'' 711 So Malni tRO
ino. 3aj. b031 far
THREE ROOMS IN SUITE; NICELY S
furnished for housekeeping. 161 E?t f.RO
-HI ,Ul- MsX dV
TWO ROOMS, FulTllD.7irKStrl
modern. Hylnnd 719-M. 407 E 3nl---Soutl1-
2 ROOMS FURNISHED OR HOUSfI
keeping. $15 per month. 121 B st b96Uun
3-ROOM COTTAGE. FURN.. MOD. C6 pl"
1st North. Wasatch 4301. blljjB'
TWO II. K. ROOMS; MODERN 154 1 iS'lio
nth South. Call mornings or oven lnrl Was,
NWWLY FURNISHED, STRICTLY' Ki
modern rooms for h. k. Wasatch' -
22S3-3. S71 W. 4th South. bl2o TRT
FINE FRONT SUITE. GAS RANGE, bS
steam bent, running water. Ill Fasti 1 "
South Tempi.'. 112i f.RC
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS f trk
Elegantly furnished rooms with bath.' '?c
Reasonable. 330 S. W. Temple. Bell 23S8: " 1,0
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS IN PRI-' '
641 South 2nd East. 0343 Gtl
NICELY FURNISHED PLEASANT
room private family, close In; reason-' ''R(
able. Wafatch 4168-Z. 2C3 East Itli So kf
ONE FURNISHED ROOM. MODERN.'i I-R
close in. 52 nor week. 253 North 1st s
West. Bell 9SS-Y. blOOO
TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS LVi br
private family. 335 West 3rd North;
Wasatch 4814-Z. bl004
WELL FURNISHED, PLEASANT- ' H
room, private family; location flnost In'
city; close in; for gentleman only. Ad-', TW1
dress U-2, Tribune. blOSR" 3!
SUNNY ROOM, MOD. HOME. J2.00 I'ERi
week, 25 Sth East. Was. 401 l-K. bl213jiJR'
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED ROOMsjijj
3rd East. Iud. phone 246G. al06H.-c
TWO OR THREE UNFURNISHElil W-!
rooms. 43S East 3rd South st. J m
for rent stores and offices jhj
sizes, all prices; low rentals: State atMsF.I
2nd South st.; pay you to Investigate Jt E
Apply G. S. Holmes. Semloh hotel. xSHttdg
TWO STOREROOMS. CORNER 2ND1 Inrn
South and ind East sts. Apply G. S.' JI5
Holmes, Semloh hotel. !) -
e073: , ho
;, s. 1
STORES AT REASONABLE RENT.; ii
FRITSCPI. 202 FELT BLDG. h23l5; (jnr
NICE SUITE IN HOOPER-ELDREDGE. tfl
block, 49 Main street. Phones 328.';
A STOREROOM AND DWELLING'
combined, on 4th avc. Inquire Glesy-i ;
Walker Co., 714 Keanis bldg. x93
LARGE BASEMENT. 62 EAST SECOND,' (JIT
South. Inquire cigar store. 63 Enat; . c
Second South. xl54l J
HALF OF NICE LARGE OFFICE;
room for rent. Marsli Coal Co., 15 Ex-';' rfO
change place. a61;
2SX30. STORE IN FRONT. 6 ROOMS IN'i '
rear. 267 W. 2nd So. Phones 1074.
GOOD BUSINESS HOUSE IN MURRAY! ni
for rent. Apply room 715 Kearns bldjr.ai
FINE IARGE STOREROOM. 213 SOUTlS'B'
State si., plate glass front, full base- .Jj
menl. paved alloy in rear. Apply G. S. t.Q.
Holmes. Semloh hotel. a35o0-x rJ
1 ' Em 1
STORE FOR RENT, BEST LOCATION..;
21 E. 3rd South.
BASEMENT UNDER ST CECILE HO?' &
tel. 233 South Stale at., suitable for:
barber shop or clothes clcanor, low rent. ,.
Applv G. S. Holmes. Semloh hotel.
PUT THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS TO J
Svork for you in realizing cash for tr Uoj
tilings that are no longer necessary xn b0
tho home or In business. ;
PwEmP'lwAlaoNA. attor-,1 na
nevs. O. W. Powers, Thomas Marlon-- M,
eaux, J- W. McKlnncy. Roger W. Powers. Uo0
Top floor front, Keurno bldg. Bell lBol., Kont
John Farrlngton. notary. V" -j
D. L. OLESON. LAWYER. J. en
207 Boston Bldg. Wasatch 447S. P0?, Rer
DANA T. SMITH, ATTORNEY. M-9
llerald Bldg. Bell phone. WsatA Jjg
PARTIES WANTING i'ANCT OB PLgJ -
cement work done, call Wusatc "ut:
or Inquire for R. O.. 114 East 2nd Soutn.,,
. : -,
. " -YES
rnj. Mrs. Lizzie GoMer. 36 Tt. 2
North. Bell 1103-N. "f K
WILLOW PLUMES CLEANED.
curled, dyed black. F. A. Carter 'gjjt
Co.. 27 West 1st South. c -
AND ORAL PROPIIVLAMS. S2
KEARNS BLDG. n30J -i
trade mark or copyrlehta. aeo '. .
Thomas, Eualo block. y.