Byi I2 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, 1912. '
If I Intermountain News
II JOINT TEACHERS' INSTITUTE.
I) Eleven Southeastern Counties of Idaho
I Will Be Represented.
Special to Tho Tribune.
POCATELLO. Ida.. Oct. 10. The Joint
Institute of the eleven southeastern coun
ties, Bannock. Bear Lake, Bingham.
Bonneville Casnla. Custer. Fremont, Lin
coln, Oneida and Twin Falls, will con
vene here for a week beginning October
! .1 This Is the firt.li time In succession
thjit tlic Institute has been held here.
This Ib perhaps due to the accessibility
of tho place from the railway standpoint.
More than 1000 Instructors are expected
to be In attendance. Superintendent
"Walter Sldcrs oC the Pocatello schools
will again be the conductor of the gath
! Ting of the pedagogues. Some of tho
best known educators In the United
States will be the Instructors and lead
ers in the assemblage.
Dr. A. P.. Wlnshlp. editor of tho New
England Journal of Education and a
writer and educator of note, will lecture
on general topics. Dr Edward C. Billot,
head of the Teachers Training college of
Wisconsin university. Is also on the
schedule. Superintendent O. Jr. Elliott
of Twin Falls will lead the section of
superintendents and principals, with Prof.
Philip Soulfn of the state university In
charge of the high school deportment.
Prof. CJarenca Clark, head of the depart
ment of 'education of the I-ewlston State
formal, will conduct the grammar grndo
section; Mrs. Goodrun Tliorne-Thomson.
supervisor of the primary grades of the
School of Education of the University of
Chicago wlil have tho primary section:
Superintendent Otis Hall of Indiana and
Prof? Olln of the university extension
work will have the rural section; Prof.
Van Court of the A. N. Palmer company
will have uhargo of the penmanship de
partment. Mlas Ada Hogle. art supervisor
at the Bcllinr.harn State Normal school
Of Washington, will have the art work:
Or. O. B. Steftley of Pocatello, that of
physiology and hygenics: Miss Anna I
Crowloy, health Inspector for Pocatello
and Cannock county, will have the medi
cal inspections of schools, with otner spe
cial lectures on tho side.
IK COMPLAINT ENTERED.
I Three Young. Men of Pocatello Charged
fl With Runnlnn a "Blind pig."
I Special to The Tribune.
1 POCATELLO, Ida., Oct. 10. Formal
I complaint has been entered by County
fl Attorney Terrell against "Dutch Looney,
John O'Keefo and George Thompson.
threo young mon of the city, for conduct-
M Ing a "blind pig." Their scene of opera-
B tlons Is supposed to bo In the Royal Ex-
H change resort on South First avenue The
m place was raided recently and some liquor
IJJ found there
I! Plan Big Warehouse.
9 Special to The Tribune.
I POCATELLO, Ida,, Oct. 10. Pocatello
hns been chosen as tho state headquar-
ters for the Romley Prolucts company
I and that company has officially stated
that a greut warehouse will be erected
n here In the coming spring. Already nc-
H gotlatlons are under way for the pur-
m rhasa of a site from two different par-
H ties. A branch house was opened here
19 this summer under the management of
m J. J. Klnsella and he was so Impressed
m with Pocatello as a Ftrateglc point In
Uj distribution that ho recommended that
W this be made the shipping point for all
the ftatc and that largo warehouses he
B established here. The company after In-
ve.nigatlng the matter decided to follow
M the advice of the manager and gave him
inatructlonr. to leanG enough warohouao
space to cover the. machinery now on
J hand and that a warehouse to cost over
M 5150,000 will be erected In the sprin-.
IEphxaira Man Dead.
Special to The Tribune.
EPHRAIM. Oct. 10. Albert Uckcr
man, formerly of this city, but of recent
years a resident of Centorfleld, passed
nway after nn illness of several mouths,
the cause of death being cancer of the
stomach. Mr. Uckerman was born here
about forty years ago and was tho son
of G. Uckerman, on- of the plonocr resi
dents of this city.
II Rain HclpB tho Range.
R Special to Tho Tribune.
EPHRAIM, Oct. 10. This part of the
H country has been vlHited during thq Inst
Mj few days by a heavy rainstorm which
fl wll be of great benetlt to the whiter
fl range, but a los& to the sheepmen who
I have their flocks In the mountains, there
I being danger of them being snowed In.
1 Tho threshing Is not finished a.nd the
I nop of apples is still on the. trees. Thla
H will moan a lots if thousands of dol-
lars If a heavy frosL comes.
Ijt Funeral of J. Augunt Vance.
2 Special to The Tribune.
f BRIGIIAM CITY. Oct. 10. Tomorrow
f In the chapel of the Third ward th
I funeral of J. August Vance, who dfod
I ostcrday. will be held. He wa3 bom In
Alpine, Utah county, and came to this
j city In 1589. He Is survived by a widow
I and jevcn children, six bows and on
1 flrl Interment will be In tho Brigham
I Name Dry Farm Delegates.
Special to The Tribune.
BRIGHAM CITY. Oct. 10. Delegates
to tho International Dry Farm congress
to be held in Lethbrldpc, Canada, thl3
month, wore appointed by the county
commissioners at a meeting held yester
' day Those who will attend from this
county arc William Jensen. C. W Knud
on, Charles Ounnell. Peter Jensen. "i,I
; ln W. Richards, Fred Elloscn. T. F.
I roombs, John F. Compron. Joseph Dud
ley John y. Rich and B, O. Jcppson.
ill Pocatollo Notes.
S Special to Tho Tribune.
I POCATELLO. Ida., Oct. 10. George F.
I hrK, a car Inspector on tho O. S. L.
! D system, and Miss Clara Elkln of this
i ,V.Vpr" niarri ystnJay afternoon.
U milium A. Mabbey and MIj-h Nannie
I Lou Brlbkey. both of Pebble, were mar-
Ij r,"d here ycstmlnv afternoon. After a
go brW honeymoon thev wll reside at Pb-
'If John Barta, a machinist In the shops
tin here, and Miss Anna Mailrln of this plrn-p.
jg but formerly both of Austria, were niar-
rled here last, evening.
19 N'ew.'i has reaelmd Poi-.itcllo that Sam
II Gudaker, one time foreman of the shops
31 here, and a prominent Democrat, died
jj recently In Nevada.
I The funeral of the late George Kobc-
?i than, lately of Bla'-kfoot, fonnerly a plo-
i ner of Pocatello. will bo hvld In this
citv Friday aftf-rnoon Funeral Mcrvlces
! WIM be conducted by the Masons of Black-
l fio, ;md the Masons and Elks of Poca-
I leHo. Burial In the Masonic cemetery.
I Mrs. FT. II. Totten. daughter of M'llllam
T Soil, Ix very critically ill at her homo
E on South Fifth avonue. Her brother at
I North Platte, Nob., has been notified and
I Ih on his way to the hedslde. wliere the
I otl er relatives havi, already assembled.
t Miss Violet Whltlaker, age 21, daugh-
It of one of the most prosperous farm-
1 ero of Downey, died hero this morning
following an operation. Deceaned was a
I verj' charming young lady and had a
I great number of friends here as well as
In her homo town.
8 Jane Smith and Claude O. Smith, who
I I were married In Manti. Utah, August
I 3 1S?7, were gnmted a dlvorco here
It this morning by Judge Budge. The cause
I was desertion and non-support. Four
I children ranging in ncc from 7 to 13 were
I given to the custody of the mother.
I W. H. Cleare. secretary of the board
1 of trustee of the State academy, ad-
I, dressed the Young Men' Christian as-
I I i-ocl.itlon of tliat nchool last oenlng on
I I the subject. "The Perfect Balance."
I oS.OoO Acres Sold. I
I I'liOVO, Oct. 10. -Approximately SJ.ono
a res wore sold toduy In the government
I sale of UluUih land-', the biggest day!
tlnco tho opening of the sale Monday
nomine. The land xold today wan (n
IratH which would average about 200
a 'os. with SO centK ax tff minimum
J tolce ami SI an acre th liih price
' i huitilred nn1 seve'-flve tmcts v ere
J 4ld today, btinglnK the total HUM) )er hi
tho three, days' sales to noo tracts,
I amounting in round numbera to 5S.00O
Intorurban Men In Provo.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PIIOVO, Oct- 10. A. J. Oram, one of
the financiers interested In tho Salt Lake
Utah Intorurban railroad, was in Provo
today from the stata capital conferring
with tho men of thin county interested
In the enterprise. With eastern capital
ists who are with him, Mr. Orum visited
American Ftark, where the city council
of that city has under consideration tho
granting of a franchise to a rival lntcr
urban road. From American Fork the
pirty camo to Provo again in th even
ing and. after a brief conference, went
on to Salt Lake City.
Final Divorce Decree.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PROVO Oct. 10. A final decree or di
vorce was today entered In the district
court In the case of Maud Olmsted Kane
against Gregory E. Kane. The. plaintiff
was given custody of the one minor child,
a boy '2 years old. The marriage took
place In Salt Lake November 1-S. 1000.
SIMPIvIN At Bldgcfleld. Clark county.
Washington October S, 1012, Mrs. Kato
Maria Slmpkln. .aged 45 years, 7 months
and 10 days, beloved wife of the Rev.
Peter A. Slmpkln, No. 170 South Seventh
East street, this city. Funeral services
will bo hold from Phillips Congregational
church, corner of Seventh East and Fifth
South titrcetsi at -2: SO p. m., Saturday.
October 12, 101'J. Friends wishing to se '
.Mrs. Slmpkln may do so at the church
between tho hours of II a. m. and 2 p.
m. on .the. day of tho funeral. Intennont,
Ml. Olivet cemetery.
DOBBINS At the family residence, 1S0C
South Eleventh East stre-it, October 10.
1012. Mary M. Dobbins. In her llfty-fotirth
year. Funeral services will ho held at
the chapel of S. D. Evans, 4S South State
street. Saturday, October 12, at 2 p. m.
Interment. City cemetery.
EBER W. HALL. UNDERTAKER AND
cmbalmer, 164 So. West Temple. Phone
E. G. 0:DONNELL, UNDERTAKER
and embalmer, 1ms moved to new loca
tion. 220-227 South West Temple street.
Realty bldg.- Phone 580. o3399
HUDDART FLORAL CO.. 62 SO. MAIN
st. Phone 106. Cut llowers and fu
neral designs. nl632
THE LEADING FLORIST, W. V. KING.
214 E. 2nd So. Phone T7. b297
Columbus Extension Mining company,
principal place of business Salt Lake
Notice There are delinquent upon tho
following described stock on account of
assessment No. 7 of 23 cents per share,
lovled on tho 29th day of August. 1912, tho
several amounts set opposite, tho names
of the respective shareholders as fol
lows: No. of
No. Name shares. Ajnt.
1 Tony Jaoobson 1 $ .02s
2 C. KL McCornick 1 .025
2i C. K. McCornick .... 2 .05
46 V. S. Snow 1,000 25.00
71 Rudolph Olson 200 5.00
113 .las. A. Pollock & Co. 500 12.50
11-1 Jas. A. Pollock & Co. 500 32.50
126 Jas. A. Pollock &. Co. 1,000 25.00
128 G. B. Walker 1.000 25.00
in E. W. Griffiths 200 5.00
15S E. W. Grifflts 500 12.30
195 Jas. A. Pollock it Co. 500 12.50
196 E. W. Griffiths 1,000 25.00
201 E. W. Griffiths 500 12.50
215 R. K. Cobb & Co... 1,000 25.00
216 R. K. Cobb & Co 3,000 25.00
221 Tony Jacobaon 10 1.00
22? W. M. Muvenor .... 500 12.30
237 Arthur E. Snow .... 500 12.50
268 H. B. Colo 500 12.50
269 H, H. Colo 500 12.50
275 J. E. Reveridge 200 5.00
276 J. E. Devorldge 100 2.50
2?:i F. R. Snow & Co 1,000 23.00
3P5 F. R. Snow fc Co 500 12.50
312 Or?on M. Rogers ... 2,000 50.00
319-S. R. Neel 100 2.50
323 IT. W. Doscher 100 2.50
333 Jas. A. Pollock & Co. 100 2.50
340 w. J, Lawrence 300 7.50
352 F. R. Snow fc Co. ... 52 1.30
354 W. D iNebeker 500 12.50
374 A. S. Campbell 100 2.50
3S7 S. R. Nod 100 2.50
RSR-S. R. Np1 100 2.50
3S9 S. R. Noel 100 2.50
304 W. J. Drowning .... 100 2.50
04 W. J. Browning 100 2.50
100 W. J. Browning .... 100 2.50
lfi W. J. Browning 100 2,50
10 W. J. Browning 100 2.50
421 W. J. Browning .... 100 2.50
422 W. J. Browning 100 2.50
425 W. J. Browning 100 2.50
434 Jas. A. Pollock & Co. 200 5.00
466 IT. W. Doscher 2H '"5.00
469 H. "W. Doscher 100 2.50
489 Dcrn Thomas 100 2.50
491 Dern Sz Thomas .... 100 2.50
551 15. A. Hardensteln .. 500 12.50
557 -H. W. Doscher 300 7.50
33 -H. W. Doscher 200 5.00
56R R. s. Wlmmer 500 12.50
570 T. L. Karr -100 10.00
552 Jas. A. Pollock & Co. 300 12.50
602 Jas. A. Pollock Sr. Co. 100 2.50
627 C. L. Whitney 1.000 25.00
C56 W. J. Lawrence. 100 2.50
662 Michael Zugler .... 66 1.65
607 R. K. Cobb fc Co. .. 500 32.50
709 W. J. Browning .... 100 2.50
736 H. W. Doscher 1.OO0 25.00
739 C. L. Whitney 500 12.50
763 F. R. Snow Co. ,. 1,000 25.00
7S7 I. II. Doming 100 2.50
810 E. S. Wright 1.000 25.00
S26--W. H. Child 500 . 12.50
R32 W. IT. Child 500 J2.f.O
SM--W. H. Child 100 2.50
S:.l S. G. Sovlllc ,".P0 7.50
S58--W. M. Ilavonor 500 12.50
S62 W. M. H.-.venor .... 500 J2.50
876-W. M. Havenor 100 2,50
S92 W. M. Havenor 100 2.50
000 W. M. Havenor 300 7.50
0S1 W. M. Havenor .... 500 12.50
1013 J. R. Walker 1,000 25.00
1024 --W. IT. Child 1,000 25.00
1020- W. H. Child 500 12.50
1031 W. II. Child 500 12.50
1040 W. II. Child 500 12.50
1066 W. H. Child 500 12.50
1070 W. H. Child 500 12.50
1077 -W. 11. Child 1.000 25.00
10R1 W. H. Child 5,000 125.00
1083 W. IT. Child 10.000 250.00
1088 Alma EldrodKo 1.000 25.00
1005 W. I f. Child 1,000 25.00
lir,gtV IT. Child 200 5.00
1123 Jess Knight 500 12.50
112." Alma Eldrcdgo 1.500 37.50
1158 Dr. C. W. Oaten .... 500 12.50
1139 Dr. C W. GateK 500 12.50
1142 Geo. Kay 4.1 1.121
114C-S. R. Neel 30 .75
llfifiK. R. Snow & Co. .. 200 5.00
1193 G. J. C. Armstrong 7,000 175.00
1205 Jess Knlcht 500 12.50
12?3 C. W. Prntt 1,000 25.00
1230 H. R. McMillan 500 12.50
1231 H. R. McMillan .... 100 2.50
1206 C. W. Pratt 500 12.50
1324 W. If. Child 3.000 75.00
1325 W. H. Child 1,000 25.00
1326 W. H. Child 1.000 25.00
1327 V. IT. Child 1.000 25.00
132S W, H. Child 1,000 25.00
1330 W. H. Child 500 12.50
1334r-A. P. Campbell 100 2.50
1351 A. I,. Thomas 500 12.30
1357 J. W. Hilton 500 12.50
1307 C. W. Pratt 10.000 250.00
136S C. W. Pratt 16.000 400.00
1369 Alma Etdredite 1,500 37. zn
And In accordance with law and an
order of the board of directors, made on
tho 20th day of Aucust. 1012. ?o manv
hares of each parcel of such stock as
may be nceKary. will be sold at public
auction at the office of the secretary
room 402, Felt building. Salt Lake Citv
Utah, on the 22rd day of October. 1912. nt
3 p. ni.. to pav the delinquent assessments
thereon, topether with the costs of adver
tising and expense of fale.
F R. COOK. Secretarv.
Ofnce 102 Felt building. Salt Lake C'-l"ta':.
WANTED MUST BE A-l CONDITION.
1 concentrating mill, complete. 30 or
40-ton lead zinc ores rolls, Glggs' sliming
tables; one 4-drIll compressor with drills
and ateel and. receiver; tons S or 10
pound rails, fish plates, bolts and spikes.
Send opacifications plans complete, pow
er, sua or steam. Would like aufflclont
power. Central plant mill and com
pressor, giving wolghtH and freight rales
to rallsa.de, Nev. Give price at mine, or
f. o. b. cars. State condition, direct.
Mount Hope- Mine, Eureka, Ncv. g40Sl
nearly ready for business. One door cast
you got the neatest, un-to-dato shoe re
pairing In the west.
MONARCH SHOE REPAIRING CO..
21 E. Second South. Wasatch 35S3".
WILL SHIP CAR II. H. GOODS TO LOS
Angeles and one to Chicago and one to
Portland, nnd one to Florida next ten
days; very reasonable rates. Kimball Van
&: Storago Co., 72 So. Main. n2808
HAVE YOUR SHOES REPAIRED AT
418 State st. Ladles' soles from 10c up;
hcols, 20c; rubber heols, 35c. Gent's solos
from 50c up. Other work accordingly.
LIST YOUR SECOND-HAND AUTOMO
blle with us. We havo customers for
all kinds and sizes. Fowler. 53-59 So.
W. T. - g3362
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS WANTED;
will pay you first-class juices. H. C.
Fisher &. Co., 165 So. W. Templo. Wa
satch 5171. e253
WANT TO BUY A HALF ACRE LOT
on north or east bench: give location,
price, terms. Address R-7, Tribune.
WANTED TWO FIRST-CLASS REAL
estate agents, men or women: good
pay guaranteed. Apply Intermountain
Realty Co., 205 Tompleton bldg. gl527
ALL KINDS SECOND-HAND CLOTH
!ng, trunks, valises; best prices paid.
23 Commercial st. Reply by postal card.
Phono 3771. t74
UTAH JUNK CO. HIGHEST PRICE
paid for iron, brass, rags, bottleo. rub
ber, copper, etc. 840 So. 4th West. Phone
Wasatch 229. ml972
BEST PRICES PATD FOR COPPER.
brass, rubbers, bottles, iron. etc. West
ern Junk & Metal Yard. 10 11 So. Stato
TO DO YOUR UPHOLSTERING AND
mattress remaking. Utah Bedding fe
Mfg. Co. Phone 3S3, b202
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND
hand furniture, carpets, stoves, trunks
and valises. Wasatch S06. g337S
WE BUY LADIES' AND MEN'S CAST
off clothing; best prices. 3... King. Wa
satch 2176. hi. '.2
WANTED AT ONCE. NEAR HIGH
school, rood home for young boy. Call
Hyland 26S0-M. after -1.30. h!32n
1 PAY THE BEST PRICES FOR TOUR
old clothes. Bell 5021. a3a
YOUR OLD CLOTHING: WILL CALL.
Salvation Army. Phone. t2191
PASTURE HORSES. CALL HYLAND
8097-M 1900 E. 12lh South. 1)644
SOMEONE TO DRESS WILD DUCKS.
Telephone Was. 18S-1. hll46
600-ACRE GRAIN AND FRUIT RANCH.
100 acres In alfalfa, larsc lake and res
ervoir; first water rights from river; good
new buildings: all kinds of farming Im
plements, horses, etc.; want good Salt
Lake property In exchange. W. M. Tuf
ford. Fort Duchesne, Utah. c3020
WILL TRADE HORSE. SURREY AND
harness for good piano. Call Wasatch
WANTED TO RENT
MAN. WIFE AND CHILD WANT 3
housekeeping rooms or pmall furnished
house. Please dcscrlbo and state lowest
price. R-19, Tribune. g3999
2 OR 3 ROOMS BY MAN AND WIFE
furnished for light housckpoplng; mod
ern: state location, price, etc.; no chil
dren. Address S-23, Tribune. hl226
WANTED 2 Oil 3 UNFURNISHED
rooms in modern, private Jiomo, first
class location. P. O. box 554. h12K!
WANTED BOARD AND BOOM IN A
private family, by a lady teacher, on So.
Stato or Wandamere car line. Address
R 50. Tribune. h590
LADIES $1000 REWARD. I POSITIVE
ly guarantee . my great successful
"Monthly" remedy; safely relieves some
of the longest, most obstinate, abnormal
cases Id three to five days: no harm, pain
or Interference with work; mall $1.60.
Double strength J2. Dr. B. P. Southing
ton Remedy Co,, Kansas City, Mo. cl5
LADIES! ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR
Chichesters Pills. th Diamond Brand.
For 26 years known as Best, Safest. Al
ways Reliable. Buy of your Druggist.
Take no other. Chichesters Diamond
Brand Pills .r sold by Druggist every
ANY GTRL 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
SISTER OF D. h! BOGGS, KINDLY
communicate with Mrs. Abraham, 2247
Millard ave, Chicago. 111. g2617
WILL PAY FOR INFORMATION OF
Henry Langdon. A. Langdon. 1475 E.
Jefferson. Detroit. Mich. g3643
lug and general accountancy. 522 Mc
Intyrc bldg. Wasatch 5164. c2033
COAL AND KINDLING
and kindling. 105 Ea3t 4th South; both
1545-W. Upholsterlns, chairs recaned.
paired. Salt Lako Mattress & Mfg.
Co. Phone 3280. pl355
SIGNS AND SCENERY
CIIAS. PETERSON. 20 RICHARDS ST..
brH-s. chipped glass and painted. Phono
Wasatch 150S. x28
PAINTING AND DECORATING!
C- L. VESELY & SON. -126 STATE.
Wasatch 6711. All work guaranteed.
COMBINGS MADE INTO SWITCHES,
$1.00. Ladles, bring them to Velvctlna
parlors. 62 E- 4th South. g351
work; experienced men: prices right
Office. Duval's paper Btore. I3179
RCE STOCK TO SELECT FIIOM R
"McKensle, DInrTay jards, 442 So StjTc
WANTED FEMALE HELP
GIRLS WANTED IN PACKING DE
partment; steady work: good wages.
Swoct Candy company. 21S South First
GIRLS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. AP
, PLY READY FOR WORK AT 8A.M.
AND 1 P. M DAILY. TROY LAUNDRY.
431 SOUTH 6TII EAST,
GOOD RELLVBLE GIRL FOR GENER
al housework In .small family. Wages
J5 per week- good home for right party.
S25 2nd ave. hl300
SUCCESS INSURANCE UTAH Busi
ness College preparation for business
life. Start a coursa now. Boston bide
day or night. el53S
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. BASE
ment First Congregational church, wo
get you a position froo of charge. Tele
phone 5S22. 12773
TWO LADIES FOR CITY OR TO
travel, wishing ?25 weekly, call today
room 35 Hercules hotol. Hours 10 to 5
p. m. hi 225
REWARD OF $100 OFFERED BY HEN
ager's Business college for a graduate
that failed to get a position. Investigate.
STENOGRAPHERS. TAKE SPEED DIC
tatlon. day or evening. 435 Constitu
tion building. Wasatch G70C. g3276
WANTED MIDDLE - AGED WOMAN
for general housework. Was. 4659.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK :
3G per week; references required. 37
So. 6th East. g3661
WOMAN TO DO HOUSE CLEANING,
washing and ironing; also nurse girl.
1J9L E. 1st So. - h277
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK; ONE WHO
can go home nights. Apply in morning
at 330-A sL h355
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
small family. 907 3rd ave. Was. 3182-J,
GIRL OR WOMAN FOR GENERAL
housework, good wages. 7 Kensington
WANTED. EXPERIENCED JACKET
hands for alteration department. Apply
L. & A. Cohn, 222 Main st. h2t
A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and cooking; no laundry
work. 607 E. 2nd South. h074
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED SEAM
stresK, also skirt maker, Madame Vin
cent Sullivan. 141 So. 2nd East. h97l
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; must know how to cook
Apply 67 First ave. hll35
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
2 In family. 364 Douglas ave.. bet. 12th
and 13th East. h1l21.
WA NTED SEWERS ON FURS; GOOD
waces. Hudson Bay Fur Co., 122 Main
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply 79 So. 3 2th Ea.st
YOUNG GIRT, TO ASSIST WITH
houpework; must go homo nights. TIv
land 1257. hl215
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
small family. No. S Gibbons apt. Was.
2 1 06 -J. hi 2.10
GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF CHILDREN.
Inquire 26 West 3rd South. ?3 per
AT ONCE. G1KL FOR GENERAL
housework and cookinc. 070 East So.
2 STRONG YOUNG WOMEN DE.MON
strators. Apply 2 to 5 p. in . 509 Ver
mont building. hl.11 7
YOUNG LADY FOR SEWTNG. 123 EAST
1st South. hl3in
WANTED A GOOD COOK. MRS. GEO.
Wallace. Popperton Place. hi 223
GOOD RELIABLE COOK. APPLY 134
No. Main. 1,1051
WANTED WAITRESS. WILSON CAFE.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK:
no washing. 323 12th East. h616
TWO GIRLS. A NURSE GIRL AND A
cook. Wasatch 4653. g3769
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL 1IOUSE
work. 376 North 1st West. h!13
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK.
128 S st , htlC2
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 90
M street. M30S
NURSE GIRL, AT ONCE; CALL MORN
Ings. 3 Stewart Apts. hll53
WANTED SITUATION TEMALE
EX PERI ENCED DR ESSM A KElT'N
ladies' tailor wishes work for families.
11.60 per day. Address R-52, Tribune.
LADY STENOGRAPHER DESIRES
position: rcforcrce given. rhone
nights, Wasatch 5I98-J. Address P-40.
WOMAN WANTS HOUSE CLEANING
and washing and Ironlmr bv the dav.
112 So. 3rd E. Minnie Johnson. hl222
YOUNG WOMAN AS HOUSEKEBPER;
small family. Address R-l. Tribune.
WANTP.D R7TT7ATON,S MALE
POSITION WANTED BY MIDDLE
aged German couple: woman experi
enced cook; man any kind of work, able
to take care of clubhouse, bontfc and
guns. William Huebnur, 373 East ?th
Si-uth st. h1307
MARRIED MAN ' WANTS CA RE OF
npartmcntK; painter and paperhangcr:
can take enre of lights and nhimbinc::
cMv references. F. G. E., 770 E. 5th So..
YOUNG MAN. HARD AND WILLING
worker, wishes anv sort of work, cleri
cal or manual. -Address R-ll, Tribune.
MALE NURSE-ATTEND A NT WANTS
situation; will travel. Address R-39.
BOOKKEEPER AND GENERAL riF
fice man; reference given. S-25. Tri"
WANTFD TO ETJT '
A GOOD HORSE. FKOMllioT'rOdiOO
pounds, suitable for working or rldlnc;
also light single spring wagon: price
must be reasonable. Address R-41. Trlb
SECOND-HAND CHILD'S INVALID
chair. Call Hvlnnd 1254-J. g343S
RUBBER STAMPS SEALS
Phones 301. 65 West 3rd South.
WHERE TO STOP.
250 rooms, rates. 33c, 10c and 50c; mod
crn: baths. 15c. n 1 330
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
DR. ARTHUR BURRO W SXmIRI CAN
product), not "mail" In Germany."
30-31 C'onMncnlal Bank bldg. g396S
WANTED MALE HELP
THE FORT FRASER DEVELOPMENT
.,. . CLUB
win give reliable Information regarding
tho Fort Feasor district. Fort Fraser Is
the metropolis of tho Interior of British
Columbia. Farm landH, town lots or busi
ness opportunities. Sawmill, government
buildings, bank, stores, hotel. Other build
ings now built and under construction.
Railway grading. Transcontinental line
W. A. MATHESON, Secy..
1 O. Box 1756. Vancouver. Canada.
EMPLOYERS HAVE COME TO LOOK
to Tho Tribune Wants as tho means
or summoning to thcrn applicants for
positions In every tine of human en
deavor. Skilled specialists, capable
helpers In the office, shop or factory
those who can bear responsibility and
make good In their tasks.
TWO POSITIONS OPEN AT THE REM
Ington Typewriter company's free em
ployment, dept. for young boys who have
had some training In shorthand and
typewriting. Call 172 So. W. Tomplo st.
BRIGHT BOY FOR CLERICAL WORK
In wholesale house: good opportunity
for right boy to learn the business by
working from the bottom up; sulary 56
por week to stnrt. S-24. Tribune, hi 137
WANTED ACTIVE MAN TO SELL
groceries, wholesale, to tho consumers.
Exclusive territory. Good commissions.
For particulars write Edgar Jones Com
pany. 33S 25th street. Ogden, Utah. d3103
MAIL CARRIERS; POSTOFFTCE
clerks wonted, f SO month. Salt Lako
City examinations Nov. 6. Free cooch
Ing. Franklin Institute, Dept 456-S.
Rochester, N. Y. gl7Bl
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Hotel, restaurant and household help.
Headnuartora for laborers.
55 West 2nd South. Phone3 164.
WANTED AT ONCE, TWO GOOD
coatmakers for medium priced work:
coats, 57 to 17.50; plain Jobs; plenty of
trade. Apply M. IT. Lcofflcr. Grand
Junction, Colo. h346
M. J. DIXON EMPLOYMENT' AGENCY.
Skilled and unskilled laborers fur
nished. 40 East 1st South, corner Com
mercial. Phone Wasatch 32S8. 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.. 81 E. 2ND
So., quo thousand mon or more to wear
their 52 and 53 fall hats, "Exclusive
SHEPPARD'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
"Tho Red Front." 112 West 2nd South.
Headquarters railroad and mining help.
Wasatch 3534. 1543
PERSONAL ATTENTION AND THOR
oughness characterize Utah Buclnesc
College training. Day and night Boidn
now. Boston building. B1537
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. BASE
ment First Congregational church. We
get you a position froo of charge. Tele
phone Wasatch 5822. t365
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS ARE EASY
to get. My free booklet Y 219 tolls
how. Write today now. Earl Hopkins.
Washington. D. C. glO
MAN AND WIFE. WITHOUT CIHL
dren, to do Janitor work at fine apart
ment house. Address R-22, Tribune.
FIFTY YOUNG MEN WITH BICYCLES;
good waees: steady employment:
chance to learn telegraphy. W. U. Tol.
A REWARD OF $100 OFFERED BY
Henager's Business college for a gradu
ate that failed to got a good position.
GOOD CARPENTER FOREMAN FOR
house work: none but frlst-class men
considered. Address S-27, Tribune
WANTED A FEW RELIABLE MEN
to applv for valuable timber land In
Oregon; small fee required. 54 Continen
tal block. hi 246
YOUNG MAN. 17 TO 23 YEATtS OF AGE.
to run auto: must have had experience
Applv at once to SI6 NewhouSe bid;;.
JAPANESE GENERAL AGENCT.
Help of all kinds furnished Phone Wa
satch 1311. 256 West 1st South. (3404
SHOE SALESMAN AT THE UPSTAIRS
?3.00 Shoe Store, 201 Mclntyrc bide.
50 MEN WANTED. SEWER WORK.
Ions: Job. 10th East and 6th So. Heuser
& Sim. contractors. g3616
WANTED. EXPERIENCED PRESSER
for alteration department. Applv L. &
A. Cohn. 222 Main st. 1:28
MEN WANTED TO WEAR HOLT'S 52
HATS. NO MORE. NO LESS. 35
EAST THIRD SOUTH. gl725
WANTED- -YOUNG BOY FOR OFFICE
work and errands. Applv this morn
ing. 8:30. 50S Boyd Park hldg. hl016
DANCING TEACHER. 261 SO. MAIN.
Phone Ily. 1260-W. Gentleman or lady.
YOUNG MAN FOR TRAIN NEWS
agcnl on Ocdcn local trains. Gray
News Co , O. S. L. depot. hl295
BOY WITH WHEEL' FOR DELIVERING
Good wages. .Schramm-Johnson.
Drugs. No. r,. 1)1301
BOY WANTED WITH WHEEL. Ap
ply at once, Urigham Street Pharmaev.
COLORED PORTER AT NORMANDY
hotel. 23 E. 3rd So. hi 214
RELIABLE BOY WITH WHEEL; DRUG
store. 2nd So. and Sth Ea.it. hi 142
WANTED GOOD BARBER. STEADY
job. 73 So. wst Temple. hl045
PIANO BLAYER. ONE WHO CAN SING
preferred. Phone 171 Park City. 1)S55
GENERAL BTACKSMITH AND HORSE
shoer. Phone 232-R Murray. hJ92
WANTED. TEAMS TO HAUL COKE.
Apply Utah Gas ,t Coke. Co. hl302
.WANTED 1ST-CI.ASS BARBER. 75 W.
2nd South. 1)1322
WANTED GOOD BARBER: STEADY"
Job. Evans. 73 West 3rd South. hl315
GOOD BARBER "WANTED. 70 WEST
2nd .South 4091
OPPORTUNITY PERMANENT SALES
mnn; dry goods; city and vicinity. Ap
pl" Snyder. Semloh hotel. hl.lOC j
rLTEToirR SFlTii a3?DCOATS
made by Terllnk Bros., we guarantee
perfect fit; low prieos. 037 South 9th
East. II j land 107S-J. g2630
CEDERHOLM. LADIES' TAILOR. llT
Securit Trust bid;:, opposite 7.. C. M. I.
ALSO KEY FITTING AND LOCKWORK
h specialty. -S. L. Lock Works. Was.
M'COY STABLES, CARRIAGEs"AND
light livery horse 1 bought and sold.
Phono SI. c!41
I will not be responsible for any debts
contni'-lnl by my w)f Mrs. Llllie Sehef
tler. (Signed) WILLIAM SCIIEFFLER.
FOJBEENT HOUSES UNFURNISHED
8-ROOM MOD., 118 SO. 2ND W".. 535.
646 South Main, 7-room modem. 525.00.
65 No. Stato st.. 12-room modern, lo
fine condition, steam heat, 576.
4 -room apartments, steam heat and
janitor sen-ice. Oaks apartments, 532.50.
LITTLE & LITTLE. No. 1 W. 2nd So.
6TH SO, AND 6TH EAST. 3-ROOM
terrace, partly furnished, with 2 disap
pearing beds, combination gas and coal
range, also combination dresser and writ
ing desk. They are modem oxcopt heat.
Rout for 515 per month. En,ulro 605 So.
6th East. h475
2 ROOMS. STRICTLY MOD. TERRACE.
510.00, S071 Washington St.; 4 and 5
rooms, strictly mod. apt., gas, furnace.
515.00 and 51S.00. 1040 So. W. Temple: 6
room houne, 1130 So. W. Temple, 512.50.
Hyland 2090, hl063
4 -ROOM BRICK ON WEST SIDE, 510.
9-room strictly modern, gas, etc., on
east bench, 535.
FRITSCH. No. 201-2 Folt Bldg.
6-ROOM STRICTLY MODERN. NEAR
6lh So, and West Temple. Thjs Is
away above tho average house. Good
lease to right party.- Inquire Wasatch
8-ROOM, MODERN. FURNACE AND
gas, c.loso in. 510; 10-rooni house on So.
State. ?17. Hubbard Inv. Co.. 66 W.
THREE ROOMS. PANTRY AND CI.OS
ct, part of double house. 5th South
and 4th West Indulro 70 West 3rd So.
5- ROOM MODERN BRICK; ALSO ONE
largo furnished room, with bath, for
one or two gentlemen. Inqulro 520 East
10th South. gll43
MODERN 5-ROOM BRICK COTTAGE.
newly .ipcred; gas water heater; rent
?20 if taken at once. Apply 511 1st ave.
NEAT. CLEAN FOUR-ROOM MODERN
cottage; linoleum on bath and kitchen;
$15 to suitable tenant. Hyland 2800-M.
228 E. 7th So. hS58
AT 353 FIFTH AVE., 4 -'ROOM MODERN
cottage; gas, electric light, etc.; rent
515 per month. Apply T. IT. Nott, -11-13
Richards st. W.ip. 353S. 1U231
6- BOOM MODERN HOUSE. 338 -ITH
ave-, furnace. 523: G-room mod. house.
513 So. 2nd West, $20. Hyland 567-R.
C-ROOM HOUSE: COAL AND OAS
range; also laundry. 216 So. 7th East.
SEVEN ROOMS. MODERN HOUSE, HOT
water heat; 535. Waaatch 6017. Be
tweon 2 and 5 p. m. H2110
10-ROOM HOUSE, CLOSE IN: ELEC
trlc light, bath, fine yard. Inqulro 31
West 1st North. gl026
7- ROOM MODERN. 3070 1ST AVE. W.
E. Ware. Phono Wasatch C422-W.
27 HOUSES. ALL KINDS, PRICES AND
LOCATIONS. TUTTLE BROS. CO., 159
MAIN STREET. f2248
MODERN 4 -ROOM COTTAGE. CLOSE
in; no children. 122 W. 4th South.
MOD. 9-ROOM HOUSE, CORNER 8RD
ave. and J st ; rent moderate to suita
ble tenant. Apply C10 3rd ave. g8056
7-ROOM MODERN. EXCEPT HEAT. UN
furnlshcd or partly furnished. Apply 534
2nd East. g3034
4-ROOM MODERN: GAS RANGE; IN A
nice yard; 2J blocks from Broadway.
536 So. W. Temple. hi 04
NINE ROOMS. STRICTLY MODERN.
503 10th East. Phono WaB. 3050-W-,
FOLTR NICE ROOMS AND PANTRY.
510; two nice rooms and pantry, 57. 123
No. 4th West. g3865
TWO MODERN SIX-ROOM BRICK
houses, 2003 So. 4th East. Tolcphone
Hyland 16 IS. h633
CLEAN 6-ROOM MODERN HOUSE,
with furnace, gas range, etc 41 Can
yon road. h661
2 NICE ROOMS, PANTRY AND CLOS
e.t, 56 a month; e. 1. 1579 So. 2nd E.
NEW. MODERN. SUNNY, 4 ROOMS,
gas ranne, disappearing bed. kitchen
cabinet, cellar. ?19. 22 W. 7th So. h792
10-ROOM, 119 STH EAST; BATH.
toilet, electric light, 532.50. Llnck 2
Continental block. h7I5
5-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. 51 0. Rear
666 So. West Temple. Was. 4997-W.
5-ROOM BRICK COTTAGE, STRTCTLY
modern, 677 4th ave. Inquire 219 K St.
HOUSE AND BARN FOR RENT, WEST
side Apply 51 Mercantile blk. Phono
755. hi 248
5- ROOM MODERN APARTMENT; NO
heat. 776 East 6th South. h!2l7
FINE EIGHT-ROOM RESIDENCE, 970
1st ave., 540. Phono W. 7S0. h695
7-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. CLOSE IN.
510 E. Sth South. Key at house. h632
6- ROOM HOUSE WITH FURNACE AND
gas. 331 So. 10th East. h62S
NEW 5-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. 319
lllh East. 03133
3 ROOMS, ?5. CALL 1023 SO. 7TII EAST
TWO ROOMS. MODERN, 510.00. 17 AL
mo)id st., 1st North. h969
HOUSES FOR RENT NEAR UNIVER
elty. Call at 315 S. 13th East. gl46S
4 AND 6-ROOM MODERN HOUSES FOR
rent. Inquire 476 W. Sth South. gl939
3 ROOMS. HALL. ETC.. 154 D STREET.
Enquire 367 3rd avenue gl93S
5-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. 336 SOUTH
3rd East. WaFatch 1965-J. g4005
MOD.. NEWLY PAPERED. 3-ROOM
brick. 55.6 So. 2nd West. h37
4 ROOMS. MODERN, 17 ALMOND. $12.50.
g7lXrCnTEED CLEAN. RELIABLE.
Call Rice 127 E. 1st So. Both phones.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS. PIANOS, OFFICE
furniture, safes, etc. Alex Pickering
Transfer Co. c884
GOOD UPRIGHT PIANO, 52.50 PER
month to responsible parties. Hyland
2157-J. , g3919
LOST AND FOUND
LOST ON 3RD AVE. CAR. MONDAY,
parcel containing parlor set and lace.
Return to 12 and 14 Main st. Reward.
LOST BULL TERRIER. MALE, WHITE
bride, paddle tag 24P; name Bill. Return
19 Folsoin Ave. Reward. hl252
1 .UST GOLD WATCH AND FOB. ReT
turn to Tribune office. Liberal reward.
LOST PAIR GOLD-RIMMED SPECTA
cles. Return to Tribune office. Reward.
LOST SUNDAY. TAN AND BLACK
sheep iog with whltn. breast. Return
322 Douglaa st. Reward. hl321
LOST BLACK PURSE CONTAINING
money, papers and glasses. Roturn .810
Green st. Reward. hl241
T K f li U N K W A N T A 1)3 L'Vhh
FOR HENT HOUSE 8 FURNISH
BEAUTIFUIj7riN N '
modem brick house, lawn, treoa - tfr-.
shrubbery, on E st., near 3rd aveS udD11
por month. Wfes
HOFFMAN BROS. LOAN &. TRUST t It'SH
Tel. Wasatch 24 i. 22 East 1st SotTuf F
C-ROOM STRICTLY MODERN BUNC f '
low. furnished, on the northeast bn f
535 per month. Sco us. V
HOFFMAN BROS. LOAN & TRUSTli iir
22 E. 1st South. Phone Wi: VjS
FOUR ROOMS. MODERN. FURNISBi
two months or longer; reasonable- tf
blocks from templo grounds. Call ft9I!
catch 3354-W. "
3 OR 4 ROOMS. MODERN COTTA-il
furnished for housekeeping. 'QaiWt'
coal range. 121 East 8th South. iM$$
modern house, closo In. Hyland 361y
6-ROOM MODERN: COSY HOME; ?
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED 7-Tl(M0-house.
Call mornings, 553 3rd ayj"
SIX-ROOM HOUSE. MODERN. CI
In. Apply 11, ,. Swan. 201 Dooly
STRICTLY MODERN FURNlSlS
houso hot water heat. 67 C st. fmtffl
4-ROOM MOD. COTTAGE. INQUt
323 E. 2nd South. gMD
4-ROOM COTTAGE. FURNISHED.
East ltd. South.
range; rent very reasonable; l flKk
dall terrace. 4th and 5th So., off W. Tfcst'
TWO-ROOM SUITES WITH StJL--
hoat, gas and o. 1. free; very c.losmT
53 wit or $20 mo. Phono Wasatch 1
NICELY FURNISHED UOUSEKQfl? ffp
Ing rooms; very rwLsonable. 526 VmL
loy ct., on 1th North bat. 2nd and 3rK-
THREE ROOMS, STRICTLY MODeASk
with or without piano. Inquire atM-fl-So.
4th Eaat. mf
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. ELECTmjl.
Ilght3, gas, close In; prices reasonaBTpO
The Vines. 443 East 1st So. gui
TWO CLEAN ROOMS FOR Liafc
housekeeping; closo in. 260 B. 3rdjJ(ir
THREE LOVELY MOD. H. K. ROoJfe
completely furnished; 515. 460 NoJEvi
Main. Was. 609-J. jjnl
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROC!
for housekeeping, with stenm heat iMrr
So. Main. Phone Wasatch 4571-J.
TWO ROOMS. GAS RANGE. STEim
boat. 261 Main st. Phono HylV
MODERN LIGHT IJOUSEKEEPrlPt
rooms. 184 E. 5th So. st. RE
FURNISHED BOOMS FOR HOUI W
keeping. 150 No. Main. gi
2 MOD., FURN. HOUSEKEEPING RI tf
68 .So. 2nd West. h od
3 NTCELY FURN. ROOMS FOR LIG
housekeeping. 22S W 5th So. I
THE WILSON HOTEL WILL MAK1
apodal winter rate on suites with ba ! f
and single rooms. Inquire Mr. Rani
NICE FRONT ROOMS FOR TEACHB
or gentlcintm, furnace, bath and . II
water, also 2 or 3 h. k. rooms, bath 1
pantry. 282 Brlgham st. hi
TWO NEWLY FURNISHED ROOS
heat, and hot bath; board next dc 24
275 East 1st South. Wasatch 202-1 r'
NICELY FURNISHED RODMS. WT J,
or without board. 505 East 1st South E
NEWLY FURNISHED, MODE1 $
rooms, rent reasonable Idaho, 21
E. 4th South. Bt
COZILY FURNISHED ROOM. IARGlj;
well ventilated. 555 South 10th Ea.11
Phone Hyland 2311. ffi
GOOD MODERN HOME CHEAP Fj 77;
lady to live with elderly lady. No;
Oaks apts., 4th East, 3rd South. g81
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RE
cheap. No. 3 -Chamberlain ct., cast'
5th South. 831 3
FURNISHED ROOMS IN PR1VA' !t
family, with or without board. 173 El Htl
Sth South st. g
NICE, LARGE ROOM. STEAM HEA U
one block oast Hotel Utah. Ill JC. I
Temple ? j:
ROOMS FOR RENT AT 356 W. 21 !t
FURNISHED ROOM FOR ONE OR TV IT(
gentlemen. 266 East 4th South. g4( hJ
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RBN r
near university. 315 So. 13th E. gl L
LARGE. SUNNY FRONT ROOJ
closo In.- 269 E. 3rd So. jV
ON 15 FURNISHED ROOM. IS T.Ai
Gth South. M' I
FRONT ROOM, LARGE AND MODEn J
146 So. 2d West. bj t
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED ROOft i
So. 7th East. Hyland 2013-M. g2t
2 UNFURNTSHED ROOMS. CLOSE I g
S10 tier month. 110 W. 5th So. hll
BOARD AND ROOM
ter heat, walking distance; also fir
class table board. If you are looking P
somethmg nice, call at 354 Brlgham fe
NEW TEMPLE HOTEL COMFOR'
able rooms, hot and cold water, stoft
heal, good tablu maintained; terms r
sonable. 12 W. No. Temple. gl
HANDSOMELY FURNISHED FRON g
room with board for one or two gent
Wasatch 460S-J. 350 East 4th South. 1. 'B
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOM 'C
strictlv modern, with board: reasonab
242 E So. Temple. Phone Wasati fji
BOARD AND ROOM LV PR I VAT
homo near nnlvorslly for 2 or 3 gel
tlcmen, Wasatch 1702-R. lul
MODERN PRIVATE APARTMEN' v
with or without board, for gcntlema
312 So. 4th East.
BOARD AND ROOM. 55 A WEE1 I
Rooms, 51.50 up. Rear 114 E. Seed i;
South. JjJJ J
FIRST-CLASS BOARD AND ROOJ
reasonable prices. 233 South 2nd W '
ROOM FOR ONE OR TWO GENTLJ J
men: home cooking, st-am heat, rati
roasonabie. 605 liast IhI So. h8.
BOARD AND ROOM FOR TWO ME1 v
strictly modern home. 138 West 1st . 1 It
PLEASANT SUNNY ROOMS, WIT
cood board. In private, homo. 10 si
East. Watf. 5130-M. hi 4,
FIRST-CLASS BOARD AND ROOI
best location; gentlemen onlj'.
Was. 3I13-.I. I"3 v
BOARD AND ROOM AT 624 SOU!
2nd West. Wasatch 3503. n ijf
ONE OR TWO LADIES WILL FLVl
good homo board at 7S1 Blair st.
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