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Hi a THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1912. I'
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II weather forecastT
m WEATHER FORECASTS FOR SAlVr X.AK13
m r.rrr AND HIU btatb or UTAH clearing
ffl arHDBSDAT. FA1H mi DAT.
fl Ca-ijianatrra -realier date at Bate r1s City.
October 9. i?i ::
H Hlfhe-t teaptrHuTa today " 45 decreea: hieti
H n la thta month htnen 1874 t.-jb ?5 decrens;
lowest lift night was 37 decreet): inwent this
raonUi alflfn 1574 ttxs U degree; rur tmncra
H turn for today wa 43 decroesj nortnal -xis 63 do
ll -roast areumulaiad dn3elency ilncn tho flrr.t of
B tha tnanlh It 3S degrees: ncctimultleil deflelener
fj) alnoa Janoarr J la IT 4 decrees; ralatl-a humidity
jU 8 a. ra. today -msa iZ per ent; rctatlTo hu
ll mJdlty at p. m. tDday i 72 pr cant.
H Telal rrrctptL&tlod tor tti tToaty-four hourt
H asdic at P. m. Tan .72 of an Inch: total
D jfer thin raoaUi to data f ra l.JJ Inche: necumu
B lited exeno for thU month to data la 2.72 India:
Hj total -reolptt-tl I tire January 1 to rft la
H 15.01 inches: accumalHted runi rlnre January
H 1 lit 2.75 tntihes.
Sua rise H:S4 a. :n.; ran eti 3:M p. m.. 0$.
K tebnr UV
I WEATHEn OBSTHIVATIONS.
I Temperature. -SALT
LAKE . U 45 ST 5
TVHia Ft H 00
eheje.ma 4 24 33 .CO
Chirac 70 M .:
X rrr 34 SZ 3i .00
Droi Mofar , Bo .....
Dotfcft City .......... f 74 44 .01
Dulath .-,. 23 43 .00
Durxnjro fi ?4 St ,C0
firB4 JimtUm ...... F-0 51 31 .M
' luii-nt Z4 14 38 .M
Ruren M 4 31 .CO
Jiekroirrtrra T4 12 73 .00
KasiBH City ft 32 64 .00
Lo Anriiafl""!m.'nn"I 69 ti P loo
Mfwrljcad'.. 41 c(l I SS o)
Nev Otleaai .. ............ 7K ?? S ,M
Nev TohV ...... M C4 55 .00
North riaUa . 60 70 44 .33
OVUhfimt 7$ K 65 .00
Portland, nr. ..".'.."". 5g fO 40 '.M
napld Cltr .w 44 ft 4J .M
rtntciiurc -so to m .oo
Kan Dleo CO 51 Sf .M
HU I-oitlH 7$ Si tl .34
St. Taul FS e 4 I .00
Prxncltco ............. i3 nt, SO .00
Seatllo E; 5? 43 .00
SpoUacp &4 ni ! s; f n!
Tannpali 34 40 j ?4 I .(V)
Wthlagton I C2 70 I 4S I .00
John Yclberf, Foster, Cal., states: "I
linrc suffered many years vrith kiflnoy
nnd blarMcr troubles, and although. I
liavc paid hundreds of dollars to doc
tors and have tnkon all kinds of kid
ney medicines, I could never get any
relief until I fried Folej- Kidney Pills,
and they effected a comploto cure. T
have never been bothered with my old
trouble since." Schramm-.Tohnson,
IIS TUB DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Tilled .Tiiclk-lul district. In and for Salt
ltko county, state of Utah; probate
division. In the matter of the estate
and Ruardltuifihl) of Henrv Gordon
Jonnlnpu and Ruth Jennings, minors.
Notice Is hereby f?lven that In pursu
ance of tin order duly made by said court
on the 4th day of October. 1 P 1 2, the un
dorstencd. guardian of the persona
and estates of Henry Gordon Jennlnps
and Ruth .Tcnidincs. will sell nt private
'ale. subject to tho confirmation of said
ennrt. nil the rlRht. title and Interest of
said minors, vtr.: mi undivided two-fifthK
of two-thlnls inlercnl In and to tho fol
lowing real pronerty situate in the citv
and county of Salt Lake, stato of Utah,
described an follows, to wit:
An undivided one-snvnth of parta of
lots one (n and elqht "S), block Kevcnty
hIj: (7fi). pint "A." Salt Lake City sur
vey, bcplnnlnt: at the northcant corner
of said lot one fl). thence south three
(3) feet, Mfiven (7) inches, thence west
one hundred and forty-five (145) feet.
Ihoneo north three (P.) feet seven (7)
Inches, thence west twenty (20) fct,
thence north thlrty-flvc (8F.) feet,
Ihcnce ast forty-one (4!) feCt. thence
."outh thirty-five (35 feet, thenc east
fourteen (1-0 feet, thence north Hevcn
. t"0n (17) feet aev'tjn (7) Inches, thence
H east oiip hundreI and ton (110J feel,
h thence Houth seventeen (17) fcct box on
mK. 471 Inches to tho place of beginning:
I Also a perpetunl rlghl-of-wnv for all pur-
H noses over the follotving land: Commcn-
H Ing one hundred and ten (110) feet west
R of the northeast corner or said lot eight
). thence xouth twenty (20) rods,
! thenco west fourteen (U) feet, thence
north twenty (20) rods, thenco cast
fourteen (tn feet, to the place of be
I1 ginning. Also an undivided 127-771 In
i terest In the following described land,
to wit: Commencing at a point GS feet
! nnrt l.n-2.' lnche.H north of the south
I eat corner of lot J. block 76. plat "A,"
Salt Lake City .survev. and running
thf-nc north eight (S) feet, thence west
yD one hundred and ten (110) feet, thenco
m noulh eight (Si feet, thence eaat ono
n hundred and ten (110) feet, to the place
of beginning. Also a perpetual right of
! Ingress and egress to and from the floors
l In the five-story brick bnJldlng con-
Ktructed on the lands above described and
II other land adjoining the snme. which
Ij bulldlnc Is known as the Constitution
ra liullillnar, through and over the main lia.ll
I ways on the gi-ound floor and on the sev
I oral floors alovo the ground floor ex
f tending east and we.t throueh that por
ii tlon of said building, and also the per
il petual rlKht-of-way tr. nnd from said
j main ballwnys on said various floors.
I through tho branch hallways extending
3 from said main hallways tn the several
MB floors of said building- And also the
I Joint ownership and use with othnrx of
s the eh-vator 5-ltuated In and running to
1 and from said main hallways on said
I? last above described eight-foot strip of
I land, and aluo the joint use aiul owner
I hlp with others of the steam plant nnd
I other machlnory u?ed in connection with
the elevator service and heating and
E lighting of snld budding.
1 An undivided one-seventh of lot 7.
D block 13. plat "A." Salt Ttke City sur
I acv. on and after the 16th dny.of Octo
I ! hex. A. Ti 1012, and written bids will be
I received at the office of said Joseph A.
I Jennings, room .101. Tribune building.
I Salt Lake City. Utah.
j Terms of sale arc as follows: Cash,
ten (10) per cent of the purchase orlco
i to be paid on the date of :a!e. nnd the
balance to bo paid upon confirmation of
r-ale by said court, and the delivery of a
JOSEPH A. JICNNINCF.
, Guardian of the persons and estates of
1 1I-nry Gordon Jennings and Ruth Jen-
5 ulngs, minors.
1 MO VLB & VAN COTT.
I Dated October Ith. 1?12. h77
I NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT SALT LAKE
Principal pbv;e of bimhitss. Salt Lake
Xotit! Is hereby given that at a meet
ing of the boanl of directors held on the
7th day of October, 1S)12, an assessment
of ten dollars per sharo vim lovltid on
lh capital slock of the rorporatlon, pav
tblc Immediately, to K. M. Garnett, secr'e
lary of said corporation, at the club house
rT said corporation, on Tenth East ntrect.
between Second und Third South street's.
S!L. .,'f,k? CUy- 1Ttah- Any stock upon
whlt-h this assessment may remain tin
pnld on the 15th day of November. l?l".
will be delinquent and advertised for !
at public auction and unless pavment in
made before, will be sold on the third day
of December. 1012, at 12 o'clock noon of
s-ald day. at the club house of said cor
poration, to pay the delinquent assess
mnt. together with the costs of adver
tising and expenses of yak.
E. M. OAK.V12TT, Hccretarv.
Club house, Tenth East street, between
Second and Third South streets, Salt
Lake nty, Utah. hri"
ASSESSMENT NO. 1.
The Tar Baby Mining company, prlncl
"j Pl place of business. Salt Lako City.
Location of mines. South Fork. Big Cot
"1 tonwood canyon. Notice Is hereby given
J that at a meeting of tho board of dlrec-
tors of tho Tar Baby Mining company.
"H held on the 2nd day of June. li12, asscss-
mcnt No. 2 of one-fourth (i) cento p-r
CHAiriBRLTN In this clti. October !.
1012, John P. Chambcrlln. aged Rl
ytiirn, father of Mrs. C. L. Kingsluy, No.
216 J2ast. Third South street. The de
ceased was a momlicr of Olive lodge No.
r75, F. & A. "U., at Shcrntan, X. T. Fu
neral Hcrvlcou will be held from the. Ma
sonic temple at I p. ni. Friday, under
tho auspices of Tilt. Mot lab lodge ?o. 2,
F. & A. M. All Masons that can are
requested to "bo present. Interment ML
IVTLSOX Susan Ellia. Wilson, aged GO
years, who died at Iter residence at
304G Princeton nvenuo. funeral will laknj
place from residenco at 2 p. nt. Thura
day. Interment Mt. Olivet.
RUNDQUIST Tho funeral services over
tho remains of Johannah G. Rund
qulat, aged 71 years, nallvo of Sweden,
will be held today (Thursday), at 2 p.
tn.. from the. mission chapel of Under
taker Joseph "William Taylor, 21 South
West Tempi slrccL Friends arc Invited
to attend. Interment in City cemetery.
HBNDRIC1CSEN Tho funeral or Mrs.
Garden Hendrlckscn. who died In this
city October 8. 1012, will be held this
(Thursday) afternoon at 2 o'clock from
the Qualtrough-AIlcott Co. funeral par
lors. No. S44 South Main street. Intcr
incnt City cemetery.
EBER W. HALL. UNDERTAKER AND
embalmtr, 164 So. West Temple. Phono
E. G. O'DONTs-ELL. UNTJERTAKITR
and embalmer. has moved to new loca
tion. 225-327 South West Templo street.
Realty bldg. Phono 5S0. o3303
HUDDART FJ.e9RAL CO.. 62 SO. MAIN
st. Phono 106. Cut flowers and fu
neral designs. nl632
THE LEADING FLORIST. W. W. KING.
214 E. 2nd So. Phono 37 b207
LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. R.
. McKcnzie. Display yardc. 442 So. State.
ly guarantee, my great successful
"Monthly" remedy: safely relieve some
of the longest, most obstinate, abnormal
cases In threo to five days; no harm, pain
or interference with work; mall J1.6I,
Double strangth 32. Dr. B. P. Southing
ton Remedy Co., Kansas City. Mo. clS
LADIES! ASK TOUR DRUGOIST FOR
Chlchestera Pills, tns Diamond Brand.
For 26 years known as Best, Safest. Al
ways Reliable. Bur of your Druggtat
Toko co other. Chlchestera Diamond
Brand Pllla ar sold by Drusdau every
where. ANT GIRL XEEDING FRFENDS WILL.
And them at the Salvation Army. Ad
dress ali communications to Mrs. Adju
tant Sloatc, C21 East Third South street,
Salt Lake City. n2432
SISTER OF D. IT. BOGOS, KINDLY
communicate, with Mrs. Abraham, 2247
Millard ave Chicago. 111. g3617
WILL PAY FOR INFORMATION OF
Henry Langdon. A. Langdon, 1175 E.
Jefferson. Dotrolt. Mich. g3643
LOST AND FOUND
LOST BULL TERRIER. MALE, WHITE
bride saddle tag 210; name Bill. Return I
10 Folsorn Ave. Reward. hl252
FOUND-rMRS. JAM.ES M'GITEE, 3115
Downington ave.. found )1 in a. sack
of Huslcr's. She agrees with everybody
else that Hualcr's 13 the flov.'cr of flours.
FOUND MRS. GEORGE B. LARSON.
J226 South Tenth East, found $1 in a
sack of Huslcr's. It pays to use Hua
LOST ?2o REWARD FOR THE RE
turn or Information, ono bay horse,
yellow high wheel open bUggy. hired
Oct. 7 from McCoy's stables. hl2H
LOST GOLD WATCH AND FOB. RE
turn to Trlbuno office. Liberal reward.
LOST BLACK PURSE CONTAINING
money, papers and glasses. Return S10
Green at. Reward. h!241
ehare was levied upon tho capital stock
of the corporation, issued and outstand
ing, payable immediately to W. W. Trim
mer, Continental National bank. Eaat Sec
ond South. Salt Lake City. Utah, or F. F.
Hintze, Murray R. F. D. No. 4.
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on the 2nd day of
November, 1912, will be delinquent and
advertised for sale at public auction, and
unless payment Is mado before, will be
sold on tho 2nd day of December. 1012,
nt 322 Atlas block, at 2 o'clock p. .m., at
the company's office, to pay the delin
quent assessment thereon, together with
the costs of advertising and expense of
sale F. F. HINTZE. Secretary.
First publication October 4. 1312. hOSi
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING
Of Stockholders of Castle Valley Coal
To the stockholders of Castle Valley
Notice Is hereby given that a. special
meeting of the stockholders of tho Castle
Valley Coal Company, a corporation or
ganized and existing under and by virtue
of the laws of Wyoming, Is hereby called
to be beld at the office of the company
In the court house block In the town of
Evanston, county of Uinta and stato of
Wyoming, at 12 o'clock noon on Monday.
October 14th. 1012, for tho following pur
poses to wit:
1. To consider and act upon the action
of tho board of directors of said com
pany in adopting a resolution authorizing
(a) Tho Issuance and negotiation by;
this company of a series of gold bonds
aggregating one million (Sf.000.000.00)
dollars, to be dated October 1st, 1012. due
fifteen yeara after date, drawing interest
at six per cent per annum, interest pay
able semi-annually on tho first days of
October and April of each year, said
bonds to be subject to call by the com
pany at any time after three years from
date on any Interest payment date, and
convertible Into tho capital stock of this
company at the option of tho owner at
any time on or beforo October 1st. 1013,
at tho rato of one sharo of Bald capital
stock for each two dollars of the face
or par value of said bonds:
(b) The execution and delivery by this
company to a trustee of a mortgage
upon and deed of trust of all of the prop
erty both real and personal now owned,
or which shall at any time during the
life of said mortgage and deed of trust
be owned, by th,ln company to sccuro
the payment of all sums ovldenced by
or to become due under said bonds or
any thereof, excepting and reserving only
from said mortgage and deed of trust
shares of the capital stock owned by this
company In other corporations.
2. To consider and act upon the form
and terms of the bonds so to be Issued
and the mortgage and dcd of trust so
to bo executed, all of which Is fully set
forth in said resolution of the board of
dlrectots. and a full and complete copy
of which resolution will be presented to
the stockholders of thia company at said
special meeting for ratification or nuch
other action 3 may be deemed proper
by said stockholders.
3. To authorize tho execution and de
livery of said mortgage and deed of trust
and the Issuance of said bends by the
proper officers of this company, if said
action of the board of directors shall bo
ratified and approved.
4. To take any and all other 3tnps
relative to or concerning the issuance,
negotiation or sale of said or any of said
bonds and the execution and delivery of
tald mortgago and deed of trust na may
bo deemed advisable by the stockholders
at said, special meeting hereby called.
JAMES H. MAYS.
1 President Castle Valley Coal Co.
G. E. FORRESTER.
. Secretary Castle Valley Coal Co.
Dated Salt Lako City, September 26.
WANTED MUST UU A-l CONDITION.
1 concentrating mill, complete. SO or
40-ton lead ?.lno ores rolls, Glgss" slltnlnff
tables; ono 4-drill compressor with drills
and ate;! and receiver; A Ions S or 10
Pound rails, fiah plates, holla and spikes.
Send speclflcatlona plans complete, pow
er, gaa or Meant. Would like sufficient
power. Central plant mill and com
pressor, giving wclghta and freight rates
to PallijaUc. Ncv. Give price at mine, or
f. o. b. cars. State condition. Direct,
Mount Hopo Mine, Euroka, Nev. glQSl
nearly rutidy for business. Ono dour oast
you get the neatest, up-to-date shoo re
ps Irinc in 'the west.
MONARCH SHOE REPAIRING 'CO.,
21 12. Second South. Wasulvh 3'.S:i.
WILL SHIP CAR H. H. GOODS TO LOS
Angeles and one to Chicago nnd one to
Portland, nnd ono lb Florida, next ten
days; very reasonable rates. Kimball Van
& Storage Co., 72 So. Main. nS0S
1 1 A VIS YOUR SHOES REPAIRED AT
4 IS State st. Ladles' soles from 10c up;
heels, U0c; rubber heels, :;r.c. Gent's soles
from 50c up. Other work accordingly.
LIST YOUR SECOND-HAND AUTOMO
bllo with us. Wc have customers for
all kinds and sizes. Fowler. 53-59 So.
W. T. g3362
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS WANTED;
will pay you flrat-class ptices. H. C.
Fishor & Co., 165 So. W. Temple, Wa
satch 5171. 253
WANT TO BUY A HALF ACRE LOT
on north or cast be.nch; give location,
price, terms. Address R-7. Tribune.
WANTED TWO FIRST-CLASS REAL
estato agents, men or women; good
pay guaranteed. Apply Jntcrmountaln
Realty Co., 305 Templeton bli!g. g!527
ALL KINDS SECOND-HAND CLOTH
ing, trunks, valises; best prices paid.
23 Commercial st. Reply by postal card.
Phone 3771. t74
UTAH JUNK CO. HIGHEST PRICE
paid for Iron, brass, rags, bottles, rub
ber, copper. tc 840 So. 4th West, Phone
Wasatch 229. ml072
BEST PRTCES PATD FOR COPPER,
brass, rubbers, bottles. Iron. elc. West
ern Junk & Metal Yard, 1044 So. State
TO DO TOUR UPIIOLSTERTNG AND
mattress rcmaklncr. Utah Bedding &
Mfg. Co. Phone 383. b202
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND
hand furniture, carpets. Htovos, trunks
and vallscB. Wasatch 896. g337S
I PAT THE BEST PRICES FOR TOUR
old clothes. Bell C021. a25
TOUR OLD CLOTHTNG; WILL CALL
Salvation Army. Phone. t2131
PASTURE HORSES. CALL TTTLANTJ
3007-M. 1900 E. 12th South. h644
SOMEONE TO DRESS WILD DUCKS.
Telephone Was. 2SS1. hl14G
WANTED SITUATION" FEMALE
ladles' tailor wishes work for families,
?1.C0 per day. Address R-52, Tribune.
LADY STENOGRAPHER DESIRES
position; reference given. Phone
nights. Wasatch 5498-J. Address P-40.
WOMAN" WANTS HOUSE CLEANING
nnd washing and Ironing by the flay.
412 So. 2nd E. Minnie Johnson. hl222
YOUNG WOMAN AS HOUSEKEEPER:
small family. Address R-l, Tribune.
WANTED STT-rjA-TIONS MAiB
engineer and hoist man. also machin
ist; tsrictly sober. Address Win, Sher
man, Metropolitan hotel- b.1055
YOUNG MAN, HARD AND WTLLTNG
worker, wishes any sort of work, cleri
cal or manual. Address R-,11, Tribune.
MALE NURSE-ATTENDANT WANTS
situation; will travel. Address R-30.
FIRST-CLASS BOOKKEEPER AND
offlco man wants position; good ref
erences. Address S-23, Tribune. hlMS
BOOKKEEPER AND GENERAL OF
fico man; rcfcrcnco given. S-25, Trib
une, hi 210
WANTED TO TRADE
100 acres In alfalfa, larcc lake and res
ervoir: first water rights from river; good
new buildings: all kinds of farming im
plements, liorses, etc.; want good Salt
Lako property In exchange. .W. M. Tuf
ford, Fort Duchesne, Utah. e3020
WH,L TRADE HORSE. SURRET AND
harness for good piano. Call Wasatch
WANTED TO HENT
MAN. WTFB AND CHILD WANT 3
housekeeping rooms or small furnished
house. Please desoribo and state lowest
price. R-10. Tribune. g3999
2 OR 3 ROOMS BY MAN AND WIFE
for light housekeeping; modern, slate
location, price, elc; no children. Ad
dress S-28. Tribune. hl226
WANTED 2 OR 3 UNFURNISHED
rooms In modern, private home, first
class location. P. O. box 554. hi 21 3
WANTED BOARD AND ROOM
WANTED BOARD AND ROOM IN A
private family, by a lady teacner, on So.
State or Wandaniero car line. Address
R r0. Tribune. hlioij
ROOM AND BOARD UY ELDERLY
lady; Scandinavian family preferred;
stato terms, location, etc.' Address S-lf).
WANTED TO BUT
A GOOD HORSE, FROM 1000 TO ?200
pounds, sultablo for working or riding;
also light single spring wagon: prlco
must be reasonable. Address R-U, Trib
SECOND-HAND CHILD'S INVALID
chair. Call Hyland 125-J. g3436
steel or any other ineta.1; bring your
broken machines and v. a tor Jnckct3 to us
for repairs. Utah Ornamental Iron &.
Bronze Works. 153 West South Temple.
Wnsatch 4678. g2t30
, SCOTCH PIES
SCOTCH PIES. SUCHXs'yOiTatT
Scotland, with all tho flavors and
spices. Dc sach. 6 for 2;"ic. T served
McPhles Scotch lun, two doors wcift S. L.
RUEBER STAMPS SEALS
Phones 304. 65 West 3rd South.
WHERE TO STOP.
250 rooms; rates, 35c, 10c and 50c; mod
ern; baths. 15c. 111330
combings made Into cwltches. 106 So.
2nd East- Q312
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
DR ARTHUR BURROWS (AMERICAN
product), not "made in G-srmany."
30-31 Continental Bank btdg. g33GS
GIRLS WANTED IN PACKING De
partment; steadv work: good waces.
Sweet Candy company. 21S South First
GIRLS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. AP
PLY READY FOR WORK AT S A - M .
AND 1 P. M. DAILY. TROY LAUNDRY.
431 SOUTH (IT IT EAST.
SUCCESS 1 NSU RANCE UTAH Busi
ness College preparation for business
life. Siart a course now. Boston bide
Jay or night. clo3S
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. R-ASE-ment
First Congregational church: w
set you a position freo of charge. Tele
phone 5S22. t2773
EXPERIENCED GIRL OR WOMAN FOR
general housework In small family;
cood wages, light work. 721 So. nth
East, Phono i?v. 14Sr,-J. hl37
TWO LADIES FOR CITY OR TO
travel, wlshins' 52.' -weekly, ''all today
room 35 Hercules holel. Hours 10 to r.
P. m. hl225
REWARD OF 5100 OFFERED BY HEN
agcr's Business college for a graduate
that failed to get a position. Investigate.
STENOGRAPHERS. TAKE SPEED DIC
tation. day or evening. 435 Constitu
tion building. Wnsatch G706. g3276
WANTED MIDDLE - AGED WOMAN
for general housework. Wan. 1650.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
56 per week; references required. 37
So. Gth East. g3661
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN FOR GEN
cral housowork, two in family. Tol.
W. 354S-M. g362l
WOMAN TO DO HOUSE CLEANING,
washing and ironing; also nurse cirl.
140i E. 1st So. h277
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK; ONE WHO
can go homo nlghtH. Apply In mornlnc
at 330 A st. h353
GTRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
small family. 907 3rd ave. Was. 31S2-J.
GIRL OR WOMAN FOR GENERAL
housework, good wages. 7 Kensington
apts. t h827
WANTED, EXPERIENCED JACKET
hands for alteration department. Apply
L. & A. Colin. 222 Main sL " h29
A COMPETENT GIRL FOP. GENERAL
housework and cooking; no laundry
work. 667 E. 2nd South. h974
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED SEAM
stress, also skirt maker. Madamo Vin
cent Sullivan, 111 So. 2nd East. h971
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN FOR GEN
cral housework, family of 3. Hyland
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED SEAM
stress, also skirt maker. Madame Vin
cent Sullivan, 141 So. 2nd East. hl0.".2
WANTED GIRT FOR GENERAL
housework: must know how to cook.
Apply 67 First ave M135
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
2 In family. 3G4 Douglas ave., bet. 12th
and 13th East. h!121
WANTED SEWERS ON FURS: GOOD
wages. Hudson Bay Fur Co., 122 Main
OIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply 75 So, 12th East,
YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST WITH
housework; must go homo nights. Hy
land 1257. hl215
GIRL FOR GENERATj HOUSEWORK ;
small' family. No. S Gibbons apt. Was.
2406-.T. hi 250
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
6$ So. Gth East., apt. 2. 1U240
WANTED A GOOD COOK. MRS. GEO.
Wallace, Pop'pcrton Place. h!22S
WANTED YOUNG GTRL FOR HOT7SE
work. Apply No, 3 Shai-p flats- hlOfil
GOOD RELIABLE COOK. APPLY 131
No. M?Jn. h1051
WANTED WAITRESS. WILSON CAFE.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK:
no washing. 123 12th East. Mi$
TWO GIRLS. A NURSE GIRL AND A
cook- Wasatch 4653. g3769
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUKE
work. 370 North 1st West. h!13
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK.
12S S st. t 1U1G2
NURSE GIRL AT ONCE; CALL MORN
Ings. 3 Stewart Apts. hllfiu
No. 57 So. State -I will soil 0 rooms of
furniture: Dressers, wardrobes, dining
tables, chairs, rocker. Iron bed', sanitary
couches, bedding, springs, mattresses,
steel range, cook stoves, heating stoves,
carpets, linoleum, Ice chest, utensils,
dishes, portieres and other useful arti
cles. Sale 10:30 a. m. C. E. Osterloh.
NEW FURNITURE AT PUBLIC AUC
tion cicry Tuesday. Thursday and Sat
urday, at 2:30 p. in. sharp. Everything
necessary to furnish your home. Utah
Auction vt Commission Co., 15-10 West
First. South st. Itl228
WANTED HOUSEHOLD GOODS AT
the O. K. Furn. Co.. 209 South West
Temple. Wasatch 1996. h 133
OAK FURNITURE CO. ALL KINDS
Kccond-hnnd goods. 315 State. Watatch
C. E. OSTERLOH. AUCTIONEER. REST
donee, 631 So. Main. Wasatch 2S24-W.
2-LB. GOOD BUTTER. 65c: 15J LR. su
gar, 51.00; fall faalmon, can, 10c; 2 pkgs.
corn flakes. 15c: crlteo. can, 25c.
1 116 W. 1st South. 1)1041
TJUEGOD D ARIAn?EY CTAuTjIT"
Ing and general accountancy. 522 Mc
Intyre bldg. Wa-watch 516-1, c2033
PAINTING AND DECORATING
C. J'- VESKLY fc SON. 126. STATE.
Wasatch 6711. All work guaranteed.
COM HI NGSMAl)EHurrO
$1.50. Ladies, bring them to Velvetlna
parlors. 62 E 4th South. g3544
work; experienced men; prices right.
Ofrlce. Duval's paper store. d3179
SIGNS AND SCENERY
CHAS. PETERSON, 20 RICHARDS ST,,
brass, chipped glass and painted. Phone
I Wasatch 1505. 3i28
WANTED MALE HELP
THE IRTFRASETl DEVEIOMliNT
CI. I IB
will kI e reliable information regarding
the Fort Fraaer district. Fort Frr.ficr is
tlio niMtropolls of the Interior of British
Columbia. Farm lands, town lots or busi
ness opportunities. Suwmlll. government
buildings, bank, .stores, hotel. Other bnlld
now built and under construction.
Hallway grading. Transcontinental line
W A. MAT1IESON. Sec v..
I. O. Box 1756. Vancouver. Canada.
ALL-YEAR .ICR FOR THE RIGHT
Darlles; man ami vifo wanted; man
who can put In most nil his time nt-I'.-tidltur
an.! milking cows; must Htrlclly
understand hi.s husincsK; wife to afslst
with housework; or good j;Insr.o man who
has been working at dairy business:
wages 55fi to right man, SG0 to man and
wife. Address E'at McCarthy. Dillon.
EMPLOYERS HAVE COME TO LOOK
to The Tribune Wants as the means
of summoning to them applicants for
positions In every line of human en
deavor. Skilled specialists, capablu
helpers in the office, shop or factory
those who can bear responsibility and
make good in their tasks.
TWO POSITIONS OPEn7tT1IE EM
Inglon Typewriter company's free em
ployment dept. ror young bovn who have
had .ome training In shorthand und
typewriting. Call L721 So. W. Temple st.
v hi 138
BRIGHT BOY FOR CLERICAL WORK
in wholesale house; good opportunity
for right boy to learn the business by
working from tho bottom up; salary ?6
per week to starL S-2-1. Tribune, hi 137
WANTED ACTIVE MAN TO SELL
groceries, wholesale, to the consumers.
Exclusive territory. Good commissions.
For particulars write Edgar Jone3 Com
pany, 338 25111 si reel. Osden. Utah. d3102
MAIL CARRIERS; POSTOFFICE
clerks wanted. CSO month, Salt Lake
City examinations Nov. 6. Free coach
ing. Franklin Institute, Dept. 456-S.
Rochester. N. Y. gl751
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Hotel, restaurant and household holp.
Headquarters for laborers.
55 West 2nd South. Phones 461.
WANTED .T ONCE. TWO GOOD
coatnmkers for medium priced work:
coats, $7 to $7.50; plain Jobs; plenty of
trade. Apply M. II. Leoffler. Grand
Junction, Colo. h346
M. J. DIXON EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Skilled nnd unskilled laborers fur
nished. 40 East 1st South, corner Com
mercial. Phone Wasatch 3283. p43
WANTED. FIFTY LABORERS AT
once; good wages. Apply to foreman
at 13th East and 2nd South. P. J. Moran.
BY THE MERIT HAT CO.. SI E. 2ND
So., one thousand men or more to wear
their 52 and $3 fall hate. "Exclusive
SHEPPARD'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
"The Red Front." 112 West 2nd South
Headquarters railroad and mining help.
Wasatch 3534. el543
PERSONAL ATTENTION AND THOR
oughness characterise Utah Buelncss
College training. Day and night. Benin
now. Boston building, 81537
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, BASE
metit First Congregational church. We
get you a position free of charge. Tele
phone Wasatch 5822. t3G5
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS ARE EAST
to get My free booklet T 219 tells
how. Write todas now. Earl Hopkins.
Washington D. C. glO
MAN AND WIFE, WITHOUT CHIL
dren, to do janitor work at fine apart
ment house. Address R-22, Trlbuno.
FIFTY YOUNG MEN WITH BTCYCLES;
good wages; steady employment;
chance to lcarri telegraphy. W. U. Tel.
A REWARD OF 5100 OFFERED BY
Honagcr's Buslnoss college for a gradu
ate that failed to get a good position.
GOOD CARPENTER FOREMAN- FOR
house work; none but frist-clar.s men
considered. Address S-27. Trlbuno
WANTED A FEW RELIABLE MEN
to apply for valuable timber land in
Oregon: small fee required. 51 Continen
tal block. h124G
WANTED A BOY TO WORK IN A
clothing store. Apply Franks, 18-20 E.
1st So. hi 251
JAPANESE GENERAL AGENCY.
Help of all kinds furnished. Phone Wa
satch 1211. 256 West 1st South. fS404
SHOE SALESMAN AT THE UPSTAIRS
$3.00 Shoo Store, 204 Mclntyro bldg.
50 MEN WANTED, SEWER WORK,
long Job. 10th East and Gth So. Hcuser
& Sim. contractors, g361G
WANTED. EXPERIENCED PRESSER
for alteration department. Apply L, &
A. Cohn, 222 Main st. h.28
MEN WANTED TO WEAR HOLT'S $2
HATS. NO MORE. NO LESS. 35
EAST THIRD SOUTH. gl72fi
WANTED YOUNG BOY FOR OFFICE
work and errands. Applv this morn
ing. S:30. 30S Boyd Park bldg. hlOlO
YOUNG MAN FOR MAILING CLERK.
Applv in own handwriting. Address
S-20, Tribune. hl030
DANCING TEACHER. 261 SO. MAIN.
Phone Hy. !2G0-W. Gentleman or lady.
COLORED PORTER AT NORMANDY
holel. 23 E. 3rd So. hi 211
RELIABLE HOY WITH WHEEL; DRUG
store. 2nd So. and 3th Huh I. hi 112
WANTED GOOD BARBER. STEADY
job. 73 So. West Temple. 1U045
PIANO PLAYER. ONE WHO CAN SING
preferred. Phone 17 i Park City. h855
GENERAL BLACKSMITH AND HORSE
shoor. Phone 2S2-R Murray. h492
GOOD BARBER WANTED. 70 WEST
2nd South. g4001
HAVE YOUR SUITS ADCOATS
mado by Teerllnk Bro.. we guarantee
perfect fit; low prices. G37 South 9th
East- Hyland 107S-J. g2G30
CEDERIIOLM. LADIES' TAILOR. 115
Security Trust bldg.. opposite Z. C M. I.
FURS AND TAXIDERMISTS
and taxidermist line. We carry coin-
fIcte line of manufactured goods. Clean
ng, repairing, rc-dycing and remodeling
at cut rates. 23 years in Salt Lake. R.
Stenzel Fur Co.. 57 E. 3rd South. s20S8
SAFES AND VAULTS
vaults always on hand. A few second
hand safes for salo. Write for circular,
Shcaly Safe &. Vault Co.. 41 P, O. place.
ALSO KEY FITTING AND LOCK" WORK
a t.pccla!ty. S. L. Lock Works. Wa.t.
light livery horse; v bought and hold.
Phono SI. cHl
FOR RENT HOUSES UNFURNISHED
9-ROOM MOD., 118 HO. 2NDW..
(16 South Mnln. 7-ioom modern. 125.00.
55 No, State St.. 12-rooni modern, in
fine condition, steam heat. ?75.
4-roorn apartments, steam heat and
Janitor sorvkv. Oaks aparlmonlH, 5:;2.;0.
LITTLE & LITTLE, No. 1 W. 2nd .So.
GTH SO. AND GTH EAST. 3-HOOM
terrace partly furnished, with 2 disap
pearing beds, combination gas and coal
range, also combination dresser ami writ
ing desk. They arc modem except heat.
Rent for 513 per month. Enquire COS So.
6lh East. h475
2 ROOMS. STRICTLY MOD. TERRACE.
510.00. S07j Washington -St.; I and 5
rooms, strictly mod. apt., cut, furnace.
513.00 and 51S.00, 1010 So. W. Temple: 6
room house, 1130 So. W. Temple. 112.50.
Hyland 2000. hlOfi.".
4- P.OOM BRICK ONWEST SIDE. 310.
0-room strictly mcdetii, gasi etc. on
cast bench. J35.
ER1TSCM. No. 201-2 Felt Bldg.
6- ROOM STRICTLY MODERN. NEAR
Gth So. and West Temple. This Is
away above the average house. Good
lease to right party. Inquire. Wasatch
54S2. ir.; 17
5- ROOM STRICTLY MODERN, NO. GiS
So 4th East street. $25 per month.
HOFFMAN BROS. LOAN fr. TRUST CO.
Wasatch 244. 22 E. First South St.
8-ROOM, MODERN. FURNACE AND
g;us. close in. 540; 10-room house on So.
State, $11. Hubbard Inv. Co., G6 W.
TH REE ROOMS, TANTRT AN DCLOS
et, part of double house. 5th South
and 4th West. Inquire 70 West 3rd So.
5-ROOM MODERN BKICK; ALSO ONE
large furnished room, with bath, for
ono or two gentlemen. Inqulra 520 East
10th South. g!143
MODERN 5-ROOM BRICK COTTAGE.
newly papered; gas water hcator; rent
$20 if taken at once. Applv 511 1st nve.
NEAT. CLEAN FOUR-ROOM MODERN
cottage; linoleum on bath and kitchen;
$15 to suitable tenant. Hyland 2S09-M.
228 E. 7th So. hS5S
AT 353 FIFTH AVIS., 4--ROOM MODERN
cottage; giis, electric light, otc; rent
$15 per month. Applv T. II. Notl, 41-13
Richards si. Was. 353S. hl231
G-ROOM HOUSE; COAL AND GAS
range; also laundry. 216 So. 7th East.
SEVEN ROOMS. MODERN HOUSE. HOT
water heat; $35. Wasatch 6017. Be
tween 2 and 5 p. m. .g2H0
10-ROOM HOUSE. CLOSE IN; ELEC
trlo light, bath, fine yard, Inquire 31
West 1st North. gl929
7- ROOM MODERN. 1076 1ST AVE. W.
E. Ware. Phone Wasatch 5122-W.
27 HOUSES ALL KINDS. PRICES AND
LOCATIONS. TUTTLE BROS. CO.. 159
MAIN STREET. f224S
MODERN 1-ROOM COTTAGE. CLOSE
in; no children. 122 W. 4th South.
MOD. 0-ROOM HOUSE. CORNER 3RD
ave. and J st. ; rent moderate to suita
ble tenant. Apply 610 3rd ave. g3056
7-ROOM MODERN. EXCEPT HEAT. UN
furnlshcd or partly furnished. Applv 331
2nd East g3034
4- ROOM MODERN; GAS RANGE; IN A
nice, yard; 21 blocks from Broadway.
536 So. W. Temple. hl04
NINE ROOMS. STRTCTLT MODERN.
503 10th East Phone Was. 3050-W.
FOUR NICE ROOMS AND PANTRY.
510: two nice rooms and pantry, $7. 123
No. -Ith West g3S65
TWO MODERN SIX-ROOM BRICK
houses. 2003 So. -1th East. Telephone
Hyland 164S. h633
CLEAN G-ROOM MODERN HOUSE,
with furnace, gas range, etc. 41 Can
yon road. I166I
i NICE ROOMS, PANTRY AND CLOS
et, ?6 a month; c. I. 1570 So. 2nd E.
NEW. MODERN, SUNNY. 4 ROOMS.
gas range, disappearing bed. kitchen
cabinet, cellar. ?19. 22 W. 7th So. h702
10-ROOM, 110 STM EAST: BATH.
toilet, electric light, $32.50. Linck. 2
Continental block. h713
5- ROOM MODERN HOUSE. 515. Rear
CGG So. West Temple. Was. 4997-W.
MODERN BUNGALOW, 0TH AVE. BET,
I and J. IS. Inquire Wasatch 1539-W.
5-ROOM BRTCK COTTAGE. STRICTLY
modern, G77 ilh ave. Inquire 219 K st.
5- ROOM MODERN APARTMENT; NO
heat. 776 East Gth South. hl217
FINE EIGHT-ROOM RESIDENCE, 970
1st ave., $40. Phone W. 780. h695
7-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, CLOSE IN.
510 E. 5th South. Key at house- li632
6- ROOM HOUSE WITH FURNACE AND.
gas. 331 So. 10th East. I1G28
NEW C-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. 319
11th East. e3133
3 ROOMS, $5. CALL 1023 SO. 7TII EAST
5-ROOM MOD. HOUSE. EAST SIDE.
$15.00. Call Was. 1079-R. h870
TWO ROOMS. MODERN. 310.00. 17 AL
liifuid St.. 1st North. ht)f9
HOUSES FOR RENT NEAR UNIVER
alty. Call at 315 S. 13th East. gl4G3
4 AND 6-P.OOM MODERN HOUSES FOR
rent, Inquire 476 W. SMi South. gl939
3 ROOMS. HALL, ETC.. 154 D STREET.
Enqulro 367 3rd avenue- gl933
5-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. 336 SOUTH
3rd East. Wasatch I9G5-J. g4005
MOD.. NEWLY" PAPERED, 3-ROOM
brick. 556 So, 2nd West. h37
1 ROOMS. MODERN, 17 ALMOND. $12.50.
GUARANTEED CLEAN, RELIABLE.
Call Rice. 127 E. 1st So. Both phonet.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS. PIANOS, OFFICE
furniture, safes, etc. Alex Pickering
Transfer Co. c884
GOOD UPRIGHT PIANO, 52.50 PER
month lo responsible parties. Hyland
TAILOR MADE CORSETS
MRS. MANN? SP?RELLA CORSETS
will not break or rust: guaranteed." Hy
land 309S-J. CG0 12a st 7th South. g2451
MRS. M. HAYES. SPIRELLA CORSET?.
one year guarantee. 260 W. 3rd No.
Wasatch 25S0-J. . hl03S
BLOOD POISON REMEDY.
THE GAREY BLOOD POISolnREM
edies cure blood poison, eczema, piles of
long standing, sores, abcesscs, pimples,
deep burns: sample free. 330 South lat
West. Wasatch 1067-W. g39S2
KEY FITTING, LOCK WORK, BICY
clo Supply Co, rhona Bell 2028. o751
FOR RENT I l
ORRENT HOU.SE3 rTJRJflsl 5
BE A UTI V uTaYTuRNI rfrTXir f
modern brick house, lawn, tree?
shrubbery, on E st., near 3rd avi $
HOFFMAN BROS. LOAN & TRl'S-p '
Tel. Wasatch 211. 22 East Isf soJ '
.-.-ROOM STRICTLY MODERN Bill
low. furnished, on the northeast u s
S35 per month. See us. v "i S
22 E. 1st South. Phono p
FOUR ROOMS. MODERN, FURN'ISI 2
two months or longer, reasonable-! u
blocks from templo grounds. Call'
satch 335 4 -W. V
3 OR 4 ROOMS. MODERN" COTT H
furnished for housekeeping. Gas tt
coat ranee. 121 East 5th South, j p
HOUSE AND RA RN P'"Oi1TenT5
'!ide. Apply r.i MercMitlle blk.' l Kx
Ml. . I J
ELEGANTLY FLMlNMSTTEr" tTh
modern hou:o, cloae lit. Hyland 961
6-ROOM MODERN: COSY UOMR-ri
p!u no; good location. 1 1 viand 'OJ
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED 7-R
house. Call mornings, 552 3rd a:
SIX-ROOM HOUSE. MODERN. CI
In. Apply D. A. Swan. 201 Doolj
STRICTLY MODERN FUR NIB
house hot water licat. 67 C st
4-ROOM MOD. COTTAGE. 1NQ1
323 E. 2nd South. 7-
4-ROOM COTTAGE. FURNISHED.
Ea.st 1st South. .
HOUaEKTJEPING ROOMS I
range; rent very reasonable; 12 '
dall terrace, 4lh and 5th So., off v, .
TWO-ROOM SUITES WITH ST
heat, gas and e. 1.. free, verv dos
?5 wk. or $20 mo. Phone Wasatch
NICELY FURNISHED IIOUSKK!
ing rooms; vein- reasonable. 526
ley st, on 4lh North hot. 2nd and 3t
THREE ROOMS, STRICTLY MOD
with or without piano. Inquire a
So. 41 h East.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, ELEC'
lights, gas, close In; prices reason
The Vines, 443 East 1st So. jj
TWO CLEAN ROOMS FOR LI
housekeeping; close In. 269 E. 3rt
THREE LOVELY MOD. II. K. R0(
completely furnished; S15. 460 J
Main, Was". C99-.T. J
ELEGANTI,Y FURNISHED R0
for hoiisclteeping, with steam brat;
So. Main. Phone Wasatch -I571-.I.
TWO ROOMS. GAS RANGE, ST
heat 2G1 Main st. Phone II:
324 0-W. $
5 MOD. ROOMS. FURNACE H
also 3-room mod. collage. 531 E
3 ROOMS IN SUITE, NICELY 1
nlshcd for housekeeping. 164 E, 2m
MODERN LIGHT HOUSEKEE1
roons. 131 E. 5th So. st.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOI
keeping. 150 No. Main.
2 MOD., FURN. TlOUSEICEEPING
CS So. 2nd West. . i
, ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEICEEr
modern. 107 East 3d So
3 NICELY FURN. ROOMS FOR 1A
housck-ecplng. 228 W. 5th So.
TWO NEWLY FURNISHED ltO(!
heat and hot bath, board no.lT
273 East 1st South. Wasatch 202S-
THE WILSON HOTEL WiLL MAK
special winter rate on suites wlthV
anl single rooms Inquire Mr. Ra
NICE. LARGE ROOM, STEAM III
ono block east Hotel Utah. Ill E
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
or without board. 506 East 1st Sou
NEWLY FURNISHED. MOD
rooms, rent reasonable. Idaho, -
E. 4th South. lj
COZILT FURNISH EDROo"m. LAF
well ventilated. 556 South 10th J
Plume Hyland 231.1.
GOOD MODERN HOME CHEAP?;
lady to live with elderly lady. I
Oaks apts.. 4lh East, Srd South, j
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR Rt
cheap. No. 3 Chamberlain ct., ea
5th South. 4
FURNISHED ROOMS IN PnTVj
family, with or without board. 13;,
8th South st. i
ROOMS FOR RENT AT 366 W.r
No r th Jj
FURNISHED ROOM FOR ONE OR '
gentlemen. 266 East Ith South. ,,i
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RJ
near university. 315 So. 13th E. J
LARGE. SUNNY FRONT RO
close in. 269 E. 3rd So. I
FRONT ROOM. LARGE AND MODS
116 So 2d West.
2 BEAUTIFUL MODERN ROOMS.
So. 7th East. Hyland 2013-M. I
2 UNFURNISHED ROOMS. CLOSF.
$10 per month. HQ W. 5th So t
BOARD AND ROOM ;
ter heat, walking distance; also f
elass table board. If you a re looking
something nice, call at 354 Brlghan
NEW TEMPLE HOTEL. COMFC
able rooms, hot nnd cold water, si
heat, good table nialnlnlncd, terms;
Fonable, 12 W. No. Temple. fl
HANDSOMELY FURNISHED FRt
room with board for one or two gt
Wasatch 4G0S-J. 350 East 1th SoutS
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROC
strictly modem, with board; reason
"i" E So. Temple. Phono Was
43i.-,-J.' ( 1
BOARD AND ROOM IN PRIV,
homo near university for 2 or 3
tlcmcn. Wasatch 1702 -R. s.
MODERN PRIVATE AE'A RTM1
with or without board, for gtnlleJ
312 So. 4th East J
BOARD AND ROOM. ?5 A.
Rootn3. $1.50 up. Rear 114 a S
FIRST-CLASS BOARD AND RO
reasonablo prices. 259 South 2nd 1
st ' J
ROOM FOR ONE OR TWO GEN1
mn; homo cooking, steam heat,
reasonable. 603 East Ixt So.
BOARD AND ROOM FOIl TVO
strictly modern homo. 13S est lj
BOARD AND ROOM AT 621 fcoj
2nd West Waratch 3503.
ONE OR TWO LADIES WILL J
good homo board at ol Blair at I