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H 20 ' THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1912. ' 1
I! BEDIENT'S WORK BEST OF
1 WORLD SERIES THUS FAR
ffl Continued From Pago Two, Sporting Section,
I Benton's batsmen went out becausp tboy
couldn't solve Matty. Tho other half died
an awful death.
New York Dcvore walked to lirel baso
on four balls. Doyle Med out to Lewis.
Dovoro was forced at second whon Wag
ncr took Snodgrass' grounder and tossed
to Ycrkes. who completed a double play
hv throwing Snodgrass out at first. No
rfms, no hits, no errors,
Boston Hooper singled to center on
the first ball pitched. Ycrkes filed to
Fletcher. Speaker was given a great
hand as ho came to tho plate. Speaker
singled to left. Hooper bolng held on aoe
oncf. Hooper wan forced at third when
Hcrsog took Lewis' grounder and touched
third lxise. Gardner struck out, No
runs, two hits, no errors.
New York Murray walked, baso on
balls. Merltle was thrown out at first,
Gardner to Stall!, Murray taking Eecond.
Hensog sent up a high fly to Yerlces.
Mnwrs tiled to Hooner. No runs, no luta,
IK no errors. . .
M Boston Stahl was out, Fletcher to
M Morkle. "Warmer singled to right. Cady
m wan out, Mathowson to Mcrkle. Wagner
W taking second. Doyle throw out Bedlent,
IS making a clevor atop and throw to first,
E No runs, ono hit, no errors.
raj Third Inning.
m Now Voile Fletcher filed to HoopeT.
W Ifathewson got. a great ovation a3 ho
B cam to tho plate Mathowson singled
K to ccnicr. Dcvoro walked. Tt was Borti-
if cnt'a third base on balls. Doylo filed to
M Speaker. Snodgrasa .sent up a high foul
If! to Cady. No runs, one hit. no errora.
If Boston Hooper drove the ball to left
W for three bases. 'Hooper scored nn a
SC threo-baso lilt by Yerkcs.1 The crowd was
J& Jn a tourmoll of excitement, whon Spoaker
R carao to hw bat. Yericcs scored wlion
m Dovlo muffed Speaker's grounder. Spealc-
B or 'tried to go to second on the error,
m but was tlirown out, Murray to Flotchor.
Lowin was out. MathowEon to Merklo.
Gardner went out to Mcrkle unassisted.
K Two runfs two hits, one error.
H Fourth Inning.
I Now York Tho Boston rann were alm-
ply delirious with Joy and they cheered
I Hooper to tho man as ho wont to his po-
I sltion at right field. Murray out on n fly
I to Yorker. Mcrkle atruck out. Bedlont
II AVGRATH SETS NEW
I HAMMER THROW MARK
NEW YORK, Oct. 1 2. Throwing tlm
K nlxteen-pouDtl hammer from a nine-foot
H clrolo at CoHJc park. 1odsy. Matt Mo
ra Grath of tho Irish-American Athlotlo dub
mado a new world's record of 151 feet
B 4 Inches. The former was 179 font 7
m Inches, made by John Flanniigan four
m Among the. other err cuts today was a
H two-mile match race between Ilanncs
Kolchmainen of Finland and Abo lvlvlal
B of the Irlsh-Amerlcau Atldctic club,
IN which resulted In a diadhcat. 3:24 3-3.
j The Finnish champion led for seven
B eighths of tho distanoo by a few feet.
If In the final a uar I or Klviat drew out and
If rtl by three yards to the stretch, but
11 KoIclmiaiucD. after a sensational Fpurt,
II just caught him as they crossed tho fin
I Tho American record for two raUefi,
r:17 4-5, was made by Tel Berntt of
H Cornell at Ithaca lanL spring.
IB Saturday's Laurel Besulto.
ft rirst race. UtrOT-quarttrs of n mllo, aellinrf
GrosTfaor. 115 (McTagjrirtl. to 1. ttoq; Carouaol,
Sn m (Shuttlnger). 4 lo 1. hccontl: Eirlr I.tdit. 103
M (Glastl, 5 tr 1. tbtrd. Tim 1:J.
H Stcond lace. tbre-(iTtrrn ot ruHo, tolllnc
Back B'. 1W (ficlmebljf). h to J, mn; Isi-
H flora. 1(K (Byrne). ? to J, uicornl; Hoettaur. IIS,
M 6 to 1. tlilrfl. Tin 1:1S 3-5.
21 Third rfl'V. oo mil, linndieip Froc Is. 117
M (MoTagsrnJ. P tn P. tvoh: WorLn, 116 fnjTlin), t
1h to 1. second: S?prltP, 115 (GIubs). S to f, third,
BJ Fourth men stcflpleohaj, t.ro and ons-hAlt
BJ mllefi Ouc Cotton, 15: (Krrr). E to 5, iron; STub-
M non River, IIC, f to 1, itcond; Tdl Mfcbicl, IP?
Qffl tGaKcock). S to 6. Uilrd. Time -C;2a 3-E.
B ri'tJi rac?. run and onc-rfrtconUj mlla Heilzv,
BJ PS fHoftmtn'). S to l. 'won; Dr. Dunnnor, 107 (Dut-
Bj ""til). S to D, kkoiiiI; Amelia .Junltj, 100 (Dtxiei).
Hi 15 to 1, third. Tltao 1:4J n-R.
SI Sixth rac. one nrilo and ticventr 7.ird!v llenrr
BJ Hutchinson, 112 (MoTsirt), 10 to 1. iron; Knlnht
9 neeV. 110 (Grossl, 'to 1, eecond; Adnlnnte. 100
Ktf lehuttlnscrl. M to 1. third. Ttmo l-Ao.
Era Serenth nr-e. ono and one-clBhOi mll; Amalfl.
H lit (Bhultlnspr), " U J. F'nn; Puporrtltlon, 117
gfl (BottrelO, T tn 5, recond: JJounder, 111 (GIuk),
SW 12 to 1. thttd. Ttmo 1:5'-'.
burnod the ball over the plate with be
wildering speed and ho has hla drop curve
working- nlcoly. Horzog sent up a high
ono to Stahl. No runs, no hits, no oi--rora.
Boston Stahl out, Herzog to Morklo.
Wagner struck out. Cady filed to Snod
grass. No runB, no hits, no errors.
rif tit Inning.
Now York Meyers singled to left.
Fletcher filed to Hooper. Mathcwnon
struck out. Dovore filed to Hooper. No
runs, ono hit, no errors.
Boston Bedlent line filed to Merlcle.
Hoopor out. Doylo to Morklc. Fletcher
threw out Yerkos at first: It was a bril
liant stop and throw of a hard groundor.
No runs, no hltSi no crroi-a.
Now York Doylo out, Yerkcs to Stahl.
Tills was anothnr clover play, Yerkos
talcing tho groundor on the grass toward
first base. SnodgraJJs filed to Gardnor.
Murray fouled out lo Gardner. No runs,
no hltii. no errors.
Boston Spoaker out, Doylo to Merklo.
Lewis out, Herzog to Mcrkle. Gardner
out on a grounder to Merklo unassisted.
No runs, no hltn. no errors.
Now York Merldo got a. two-bnso hit
Into tho left Held. Herzog nicd to Wag
ner. Myers filed to Speaker. MerJUe
went to third nftcr the catch. MeCor
mlck went Into bat for Fletcher. Merklo
scored on McCormlck's slnglo to Gard
ner. Sliafor ran for MoCormluk. Gard
nor threw out Mathowson at first. One
run. ono hit, one error.
Boston Shafor wenL to short In placo
of Fletcher. Stahl was out, MathcWKOii to
Morklo. Shal'er Ihnsw out Wagner at
first. Hcrzoe: throw out CJady at first.
Mathowson was pitching In full form,
having turned tho Boston battens back In
one. two, three order In the last four Inn
lngo. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Now Torlc Devoro struck out. Doyle
was out n.t first on a groundor to Stahl
unassisted. Snodgrasn struck out. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
Boston Bedlent Hied to Snodgrass.
Hooper filed to Shafcr. Ycrkes lined to
Ilorzos. No runs, no hits, no errors.
New York Murray -out on a fly to
Gardnor. Merklo filed to Speaker. t
was a long drive, but Speaker Judged It
perfectly. JTcrzop out, Yerkcs to Stahl.
No runs, no hits, no errors.
M'GRAW TO GO ON
STAGE AT 3000 PER
By International News Service.
NT5W YORK. Oat. 1L John J. Mc
Graw, manager of tiie New York GlantH,
will enter vaudeville at tho cloie of the
world's series at a salary nald to be 53000
a weok. Tlds announcement was made
tonight hy a. raudovllle manager closo to
the United Booking agency, which has
drawn up a. contract which will he
signed by McGniw and F.. F. jMbow us
soon as tho latter rot.uxuR from Hot
SprlngK, Ya. It Is understood that tho
United Agency has mado It optional with
McOraw whether he har? to appear ten or
PRINCETON HAS EASY
WIN OVER POLYTECHNIC
PJUNCETON, N. J., Oct. 12. Virginia
Polyteclmlo Inntltute proved no match
for Princeton, tho Tigers winning hy
31 to 0.
Tho defendvo powers of the southern
ers was practically nil. with the result
that tho Orange and Black was on tho
attack almost throughout the contest.
Most of the ecoriiit; wail duo to the Indi
vidual work of tho back field.
Princeton's team work was much tm-
froved. traces of a real Interference bo
ng noticeable for the first time thin fall.
S. Baker, who got his first, tn-out at
quarterback, played a strong same.
Nevada Wins at Rugby.
RENO. Oct. 12. The University of Ne
vada Rushy team defeated the Bar
barians of San Francisco hy a. scoru of
15 lo .". Tho Barbarians scored a try
In the first half ami In tho second h;ilf
Nevada addod ten to their score.
Y Hth SJFtillertoa, ' jty J
jCfff By FRANK SCHULTB,
V Outfielder Chkaqo Cub, and Record- , JiX
....J Breaking Homo Run Hitter Vrp ,
H9 The worat mistake I ever made vras
H last season when. I aimed to hit a
H I ball over the right field bleachers and
H I popped out to the catcher. No one
H noticed that one except myaelf. They
RJ Frank 8chulte.
Hjl thought I meant to foul out to keep
HH from running,
nl But the boneheadedest play I ever
BI made was down south one spring. We
Hl ere In Birmingham. The iveather
BB1 bad ben cold and rainy, all jLhrpugh ,
the spring trahxlng trip, and all of
a sudden when wo reached Birming
ham the flan came out and the weath
er grew hotter and hotter. You know
how a fellow will wilt and weaken
down to a dish rag in the first hot
days, especially if he has been work
ing hard to take off weight and haun't
hardened up yet. Well, that day was
that kind, only worse. There wasn't
a breath of air, and the mountain of
alas and dndera around the field
caught all the heat and sent it back
at ub with interest. It came down to
the ninth inning and we had a run
to the good, although I dont remem
ber how we got it. The first man up
for Birmingham souBed the ball pant
me for two bases, and the chasing of
it dldnt help me any. The next drew
a baee on balls and the next one hit a
fly far out oyer my head. I gave her
a chaBo and caught her out near the
fence. I saw the runner, going from
second to third on tho catch and I
out loose as hard as I could throw.
I knew It was bad baseball to throw
to third, or to throw at all, but I
threw and the runner was so sur
prised he slowed up and I caught him
five feet from the bag standing up.
When I came In after the game
ended Chance landed on me all
sprawled out in a bunch, wanting to
know where I learned the game,
whether I wanted to throw my arm
out and several other thingB. I said:
Til tell you, Frank. I figured it
this way: If I caught him it would
break up the game. .If I threw wild
it also would break It up, and it waa
bo hot out there I figured I'd rather
throw my arm out than play another
He let me win the argument, which
is the only one Tve won with the
club, but I never tried It again in
thnt stage of tho game.
SALT LIE FI WHS
Premier T wirier Was Leader
Among Playmates and Al
G. Y. iMayol of Tho Tribune staff waji
a 6choolmato of .Too Wood, tho scJisa
llonal pitcher of the Boston team, and
recalls tho very beginning of tho star'u
career as follows:
Joseph Wood. moro . familiarly
known n.s "Smoky" -loo 'Wood, tho
star pitcher for the Red Sox. started
his .career as a baseball pitcher In
tho little mining: camp of Ouray,
Colo, a town with a population of
lens than 1500 people. .At. that time
he was attending- tho graded school
In Ouray and was only a lad of fif
teen years of ace, whlcn was about
olght yearn apo. making- him at tho
present Urn less than 23 yen in old.
Tho one and only school In tho
town was a combination of hlj?h
school and sn"aflod nchool. and art
there wan not a very larpo attend
ance It was nulto a difficult task for
tho sport, loving, pupils to gather to
gether enough ball players for two
teams, but nevertheless, It wan man
aged n some way and there were
many a fiercely fought game played,
nfler thn dismissal of school, In the
old lumber yard,
Joe was pretty much of a leader
among tho graded school pupils and,
of course, whrm It came to boll
playing-, he, belngr chorton captain of
ono team, would always play what
position suited his fancy, and It waa
generally pitcher. During vacntlon
time, trom June 1 to September 1,
tho hoys would nil gathor on tho ball
grounds Sunday afternoons, and after
making nn equal division of tho men
present, bascbnll would be tho on tiro
afternoon's eiiJnynifiuL .As usual. Jon
would nltch for ono team and It: waa
thon that a number of -tho ball fans
of the town began to tako auito an
InterroHt In him. It could roadilv bo
seen by his companions, as well an
the older heads In the" town, that ha
was tho making of a pond man In
the baseball world, from the cane he
took In placing n. nvrlft ball over tho
plate, and also from tho curve.i he.
pitched as a result of his peculiar
"twist of the wrist" delivery.
A. city ball team waB then organ
ised," and although Joo was signed
up with the team, ho was placed on
the bench because of his ago, and
was only called upon when It wan
Tt. won shortly niter this that the
Wood family left Ouray for Chicago,
where It was his father's lntontlon to
continue with hla law practice.
Joe Is aliio an expert pool and bil
liard player and probably would have
bf'Cft classed as a profeiinional and
playing tho bent of them now If ho
had not taken up baseball instead.
At the present time bin leisure houra
aro spent Jn this lino of amufiemont
and lie plcka up considerable chango
In Hi hi way.
WASHINGTON "U" GOES
DOWN BEFORE ILLINOIS
CHAMPAIGN. III., Oct. 3. The Uni
versity of Jlllnolp defeated Washington
university of St. LkjuIs. IS to 0. Illinois
scored lit the first period when Dillon
ran thirty yardii for a touchdown, but
Washington took the aggrc3lvo In tho
second period, when THlnols was forced
to tight for Its life on Its own Hvc-vard
line no Ions than four times. In the third
period Illinois braced ao Co.ptaln Wol
stou wont over for tho touchdown. Tho
rest of tbo gaJii was an nven battle.
CORNELL WINS GAME;
PLAYING IS RAGGED
ITHACA. K. T.. Oct. 12. Cornell won
its second garno of football this season
today, defeating tho University of New
York. 1-1 to fl. Cornell showed some Im
provement, but: the playing of thu eleven
wan rasped In the first half, In which
the Now York collegians Hcored, taking
the ball from their own ao-ynrd line to
tho goal on forward passes.
Monday's Louisville Entries.
rirrt met BlovuD-slsteonthn of . mil, maiSoa
W.75 KooatJir 10? 8E4G Tecumsoh 112
iH3 rileuils lOfi 572: llnHOii 112
.IIP Star Bertlia. . -.100 HR63 Bimjn.nl 112
f.722 Fcllowm&n .. ..112 t!17i Earl of Bavo7.112
(3ot Klnc Box 112 3CI3 Stol:l 112
EX3 KldKJUrno . ...113 C2IS Union .. ......Mr
Second race Mtl and sevontr ynrfls, mUIiik.
Kilo Roio of Jaddoh.112 5760 Puck 1(M
5732 Drnnmltfi 102 C510 Beut1ful 107
4310 Walter II 102 GM3 Gay Dlrrl .....J13
MSG Orron .. ....101 SU1 7mlr 112
f.73 Geo. efctna.nl ..107
Tlllrd rac I'lvn-rlKliths of a nilln. Vutot.
... TtIko .VJl Mil Iwootonny J13
f.S07 T. UoherU ....15GP7 Helen Barlion ..112
r.5.'i7 Cuser .Ionl ..100tr72t Somptolus . ..113
MDC HiiwHiomo .. ..101 ffJ7 Onrrer Hn;hi..i:2
G5!17 'Hire? Units . . JOf I
Vourtli race Mllo. Purse.
r.72G Mlea Thoriio .. . SSI ..I0: RunoU 103
4t77 niiftih 3S( fiwunonaoh ....107
iim Jlud Sill 100 C725 CountlcnB 107
G7M "Whlto "U'ool .. .10115725 Wlnterj;roen ...M
riftli raco Bli)vsn-tlitouthB ot a mile. Purfio.
C723 SumjitouH .. ..100 5GH5 Solar Star ....113
G763 El I'tiloinar . 10S 3722 fit. Britain ...136
::..2!i Founrtallon .. .10? SSll Widow Moon ..US
G7S8 Kloral Pailt ...113
Sixth race Mllo and onft-8lst)tb, RolTtnir
K12'J M. A. Mayer.. .1001 5SH7 Bob Oo IK
5700 Stauipn 1001 5771 Plot BaVer ,...10S
50l Iiio,urno 103 120S Compton 10S
H0t ItosUnl 103 5771 Iliinly .. j&j
B6? HusVy L.a(l ...106 :37 Fireman ins
5771 Jolm LouIb ..105 557P Holeno Jos
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Monday's Laurel Entrioa.
First raoij EleTen-iilxU-nlliii ot a mil. Bulling.
Indojr, Vv't. Indux. wt.
6772 Hmnnh SO 5ISil Psjcusn 101
6701 Kondho- ?S 5701 Itocltnut .. . .102
1037 Kosollalro .. .. OS 572.S Frwik Iludron. 102
6SS3 Aurinr. 101 .HO! rhinool: lot
657S Brynary t 101 55B.I fiorrard ioi
433B Call. Uanw ...101 51S1 Arunno 10S
5612 limurnnco Man. 101 672-S (.'orncraclier .-, .103
Second rnc Tbreo-fourtliu of 11 mile. Purfc.
667 Fcdoml 1001 M3! MtTlker ., .... 10J
45S Bandv.iln 105 .r.70 Bariii7;nt 100
6703 ficnllywnK . , 10S 672? Iwln oy
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555fi Knto 7C 103 405? W&rhorn 113
6C50 Joo Knlpht .. .iwl 632! Ban Ioynl .. . 113
ZKK Avlnlor tOSl 520S 3iohn 117
5310 Seneca II 1111570." Huhnvood 117
Fourth race Mile. Ilundlf.np.
5704 Cflrlton (1 ...10SI 5701 liny l'l3her .. ,.11C
1S50 Jawbone 11216722 H. J. Johnson. II!)
6731 Pr. Ahmed .,112EC0 Adiims Exprcwa.,126
Fifth riico Mllo. Pumo.
'5705 Hoy 104! 5273 Snm Jaoltnon ..103
5721 Aninlla Ji!nk...107 Don Creolo .. 109
6777 Mouzlor X ....107 5705 Hoffnian 112
6552 G(ildn Caatlo .lODl 6C62 Lnw tou WIr. .,115
Sixth ruco Mllo and ono-iilitoonth. aolllnp.
6777 Suporvlnor . ..105)6552 liumpctead .. ..109
6705 Oheer Up IOSl 6054 Roynl Motoor 113
6700 IrUh Kid .... 1081 6700 M Anjielo .... llfl
C777 iOid Elnm ,..10ll
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ncr. (Signed) AVILUAM SCHHF1''L10R.
ILA-RTINAt S0.1 South Tenth T3ailt
stroet, October 1". 1912. of caiiucr.
Marohla Emma Martin, wife of Abe
aiartln. ogod years, born In Salt L.ake
City, daughter of Mr. and Idni. John
Whiting. Notlco of funeral luter.
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Co,. No. 111S 4th ave. Phone 3860-M.
BOARD AND ROOM
TwTEAH?Lln wrnzh. comtortI
ablo rooms, liot and cold water, strain
lieat. good table maintained; terms rea
sonable. 12 W. No. Temple, gl333
HANDSOMELY FURNISHED FRONT
room with board for one or two genta.
Wauateh 160S-J, 350 East 4th South.
ELPJGANTLV FURNISHED ROOMsi
strictly modern, wltli board; reasonable.
212 E. So, Temple, Phono Wasatch
AN ELDERLY LADY LIVING ALONE
would tako lady to board and room.
S25 por month. References required
Phone. Hyland 7C7-M. 002 Lake si. hlft2
MODERN PRIVATE APARTMENT
with or without board, for gentlemen
S12 So, th East. gtS17
BOARD AND ROOM, ?5 A WEEK
Rooms. 51.50 up. Rear 114 E. Socond
FIRST-CLASS BOARD AND ROOM,
rcaiionablo prices. 259 South 2nd West
; . g2013
BOARD AND ROOM FOR TWO MEN;
strictly modern home. ' 133 West lut N.
PLEASANT SUNNY ROOMS, WITH
good board, In private homo. 150 8th
East. Was. 5130-M. hi 305
FIRST-CLASS BOARD AND ROOM:
best locution; gentlemen only. Call
Was. 3113-.I. lil325
Fl RST-CLASS nOARD AND ROOM;
rcaaonablii prlocn. 407 So. 2nd TD. Wa
satch 30C0-M. hi 507
FOR GENTLEMEN. NICE FRONT
room, homo cooking, $5 wock. 225 N.
Wont Temple. W;ur. 200S-M. hlCHIi
NICE FRONT ROOM, SUITABrTii FOR
two; fine location; gentlomcn preferred.
321 So. 6th East. hl779
BOARD AND ROOM YOll ONE OR TWO
gentlemen; modern homo, ulx-mlnulc.
car service. Waa. 23C4-M. hICfiO
BOARD IN PRIVATE FAMILY; GOOD
cooking. .".54 E. 5th South. hl62ii
ONE OR TWO LADIES WILL .FIND
good homo board at 761 Blair nt. g4020
ly guarantee my great successful
"Monthly" romedy; safely rollevcs Eoma
of the longest, most obstinate, abnormal
cases In three to five days; no harm, pain
or interference with work; mall ?L50.
Doublo strength ?3. Dr. U. P. Southing
ton Remedy Co., Kansas City. Mo. clJ
ladies i ask your druggist for
Chlchestoro Pills, the Diamond Brand.
For 26 years known as Best. Safest. Al
ways Reliable. Buy of your Druggist
Tako no other. Chlchcntera Diamond
Brand PUlo tr sold by Druggist evnry
where. ANY GIRL NEEDING FRIENDS WILL
find them at the Salvation Army. Ad
dress all communications to Mrs. Adju
tant Sloato, 521 East Third South ctrcot,
Salt Lake City. n2432
HEIRS WANTED AT ONCE. 50,000 di
lutes seeking claimant!. You may be
one. Farts In booklet 13. Send stamp.
International Claim Agency. Pltluburgh,
CUT THIS OUT FOR LUCK SEND
birth date and 10c: wonderful" horo
scope, entlro life. Prof. Raphael, 403
Lexington avenue, New York. gl857
SISTER OF D. H. BOGGS. KINDLY
communicate with Mrs. Abraham, 2217
Millard ave, Chicago, III. g2017
WILL PAY FOR INFORMATION OF
Henry Langdon. . Langdon. 1475 E.
Jefferson. Detroit. Mich. g3043
(Dr. J. W. "EwliO. 21S Kearns bldg. Was.
032. Open evenlnss, 7 to 0; Sunday.'!. 10
a. m. to 2 p. in. 1U037
DR. J. B. KEYSOR. 210 MAIN ST., TEK
Wasatch CG2S. Good set teeth, $5.00.
DR. HODGES. DENTIST. SUITE 217-13
Brooks Arcade bldg. Bent and cheap
est. Y asatch 3054. g3532
A. W. ENSIGN, D. D. S.. Sugar Mouse
over Grant drug store. Office hours 3
a. m. to 6 p. m. Phono Was. 1478.
H. J. SMITH, dentist. Is at his old loca
tlon at Murray. 116 So. Stato st.
DR. F. E. MORGAN. DENTIST, 502
Scott building. Open evenings. d2663
HIGH PAT. FLOUR, 51-03; STRAIGHT
grade. 51.00; germade, nk.. 30c; graham
flour, 25c; tall salmon, can, 10c: compound
Jurd. 3s Sue. 5a GOc, 10s Sl.10; two 30c:
packages Carnation Wheat or Oat
Flakes for 45c; sugar. per ?ack,
S5.P5; Cottolene 4s fiOc. 10s 51.45; Sea
Gull sardines. 10c: M. .7. B. coffee, 35c;
Wedding Breakfast, 35c; 3 cans large
milk, oysters, mustard sardines, Red Seal
lye or Snlder's pork and beans. 25c: Crls
co, can. 25c; 2 pkn. Corn Flakes,
15c: good cocoa, lb., 25c; vinegar,
gallon. 15c; IS lbs. sugar and
ono pound baking powder, 51.25;
good coffee. lb.. 25c; S boxes
matches, 25o; Gold Dust, 20c;
Cream of Wheat, 15c; lye. can, 5c;
Postum. 20c. 6 deviled bnm, 2oc; 1 lbs.
rice, navy beans or brown beans. 25c.
Chicago Store, 116 W. First South. h!309
sage; New York method: rhoumatlsm
cured. Room 20 Galena block, cor. und
So. and Stato st.. hl7f5
MISS T. HARDING, LATE OF CHT
cago, massago and scalp treatment.
2603 Main. g2448
MASSAGE AND MANICURING. 326 SO.
Main, room No. 1. g3270
mattIeses antj'spISngs "ri
paired. Salt Lalco Mattress & Mfg.
Co. Phono ;!290. p!555
0. speclaltj'. S. I;. Lock Works. Was.
M'COV STABLES, CAltRlXESAND
light livery horse:! bought and sold.
Phono SI. cl41
RUBBER STAMPS, SEALS
Phones 304. 65 West 3rd South.
WHERE TO STOP. I
LINCOLN HOUSE, GS EAST 1ST SO.;
250 rooms; rates. 35c, 40c and 50c; mod
ern; baths, 15c. n!33D
makes. 109 East 2nd So. Wasatch 47U3.
expert workmanship: satisfaction guar
anteed. E. Nielsen. G7 So. State. a3GS2
I PAY BEST PRICE FOR SECOND
hand goods, W. Sllcknmn, 71 So. W.
iEoinpla. WajiatoJt 4C13, hl760
ToReach Women )
Women renders of The Ti-ibiim W suits include tliousan.ls ! ffi
vho arc alert find ready to take advantage of every oppor- ')P '
tuuity.- ' ' ;
- The hosts of business women in uKI'iees. .stores and I'uc-
tories look to The Tribune Wants to provide Ihcm stead v 'I'
proJ'itable employment. , '
TJie domestic workers cooks, maids, waitresses and ?to
other helpers of the household keep close truck of the
A V ants. ' 7
Housewives use the Wants in securing the better grade Wl
of servants and in accomplishiiir many "business dals "
snob as turning disused household goods into cash or er- VS'S"
changing tticm for mora necessary articles of home eciuin Jf$
Use The Tribune -wants in carrying your message to
women who are alive to, opportunity. " &
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND MRS. a W. COR.VTTEl'sGT'
15ar,t 3rd South, found ?l In a sack of
JIujilor'B. Sho agrees vlth ovcrvbody
chio that. Iluslcr'a la tlio flour of flours.
LOST ON !5RD AVE. CAP.. MONDAY',
parcol containing collar net and lace.
Return to 12 and 14 Main ot. Rcv.'ard.
FOUND TICKET TO THISTLE JUNO
tlon; can havo same by calling t G32
West 1st South by paying for thl3 ad.
LOST A STRING OF IMITATION
amethyst beadp. on Brlgham street, Fri
day afternoon. Phono Wasatch 2501.
LOST ON 3RD AVE. CAR, MONDAY.
parcel containing collar net and lace.
Return to 12 and 14 Main st. Howard.
LOST PIIORCE BICYCLE NO. 129059.
taken from Lafayette nchool October
10; ?5 rev.-ard. R. D. Foinoroy, 2 IS K
LOST SILK UMBRELLA WITH MON
ogram R. P. IC on handle. Retuni to
No. 12 Ozark apis, and receive reward.
Phone Tlyland 2534-R. hi 119
FOUND MRS. W. H. WHITE. a420
State strc-t, found 51 in a 3ack of Hus
ler'a. Why don't you buy JIu.xlorK?
LOST PAIR GOLD-RrMMED SPECTA
clc3. Return to Tribune office. Reward.
LOST SUNDAY, TAN AND BLACK
sheep dog with white brca.Tt. Return
322 Douglas st. Reward. hi 324
STRAYED 0 MONTHS OLD LIGHT
bay colt. Return 357 So. lst West.
LOST LADY'S GOLD BAND BRACE -let.
engraved Nettle E. Slunett. Return
to Trlbuntj and recelvo reward. hl74J
LOST--CHinCIC AMOUNTING TO JS1.55.
Return to Richard Pol, Tribune. Re
ward. ' hlolO
LOST LADY'S SMALTi GOLD WA'I'Cir
and fob. Return to Deserct News
LOST LIGHT BROWN HAIR PUFFS.
Return to 310 Kearns bldg. Rcwiifl.
Was. 5925-R. hlfi2S
FOUND -MRS. X L. RAWLINS. NO. 3
Sharp flat. city, found SI -In a, tuck of
LTusler's. Tt pays to use luster's. hl555
LOST--J-fl'TLE BOV'S PET CREAM
tumbler pigeon. Hyland 156. hl75'j
MONEY TO LOAN
HOFFMAN BROS. LOAN & TRUST CO.
Pjenty of Money lo Loan. 4
22 East First, South. W. 241.
LOANS FOR BUILDING. YOU MAY
have your own architect, your own
plans, your own superintendent; or we
will supply plans. You may repay us
same as rent. Interest reasonable. Thus
you can get a home for what you are
paying in rent. Salt Lake Security &
Trust Co.. 32 Main st. cll02
COULD WE MAKE MORE LOANS
upon real estate than any five com
petitors combined unless our methods are
Nineteen years' experience with only
TRACY LOAN ,t TRUST CO..
11 E. 1st South. m2G51
G PER CENT. NO FEES. NO DELAYS.
foQOO to 325,000; privilege partial pay
ments. Home Inv. & Savings Co., Glon
Miller. Prest.. 6 W. First So. f221S
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE
and others, upon their own names, cheap
rates, asy payments; confidential. D. H.
Tolman, room 339 Atlas bldg. cl200
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
No delay. Any amount.
TUTTLE BROTHERS COMPANY.
Investment Bankers, 159 Main Street.
MORTGAGE LOANS MADE, ANY
AMOUNT: REASONABLE TERMS.
ALSO REAL ESTATE CONTRACTS
BOUGHT. FRITSCII. 201 AND 202 FELT
MONEY TO LOAN. LARGE OR SMALL
amounts; easy terms; low interest
rates. The Karl A- Scheid Co., 720 Bos
ton bldg. gl754
AMOUNTS OF $500 AND UP; LOW
rate of Interest. Houston Real Estate
Inv. Co,. 351 South Main et. Phones 27.
UNCLE SAM LOANS MONEY ON AN Y
thlng of value. Cut rutes. 30 E. 1st
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE.
Halloran-Judgo Loan & Trust Co,. 309
South Main. o32S
SALARIED PEOPLE ACCOMMODATED
without delay or publicity. D. D. Drake.
403 Scott bldg. f32(51
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS: LlB
eral options. Miller 1 Viele. S03 Kearns
bldg. ' all6
SALARY LOANS NEGOTIATED FOR
persona permanently employed; busi
ness confidential. 421 Herald bldg. dl573
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE.
Pomeroy. 3C West 1st North, j pS!U
WANTED MONET TO LOAN
?3000 ON S6000 HOME. 7 PER CENT
interest; no commission. Address S-IS.
TATLOR MADE CORSETS
MRS. MANN; 6PIRELLA CORSETS
will not break or rust; guaranteed. Hy
land 3093-J. 660 East 7lh South. g245l
MRS. M. HAYES. SPIRE LL A CORSETS.
one year guarantee. 2G0 W. 3rd No.
Wasatch 25S0-.T. hl03S
77 lEast Third South. China sultablo
for gifts and prizes. Clasg and private
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES W
$2000-38 ROOMS, HOT ANDLDfe
nlng water In each, steam hoat.1
oaths modem and up to thu mln-mCI
ute. fine loc, rent about $5.50 pr,ltB
room, heat furnished free; extrVit J
vell furnished UOOO cash down.-'Sf K
oalanco can bo paid out of houne.'P
1 nni la a genulno bargain and a-JRSB
t-nn ti "no money maker. jwal
J.o00 Positively tho best bargain cvcrjkjfo
rrnd in a hotel. 6S rooms anda
baths, hot and cold water, tollalsfc--and
all tho modern appohitinenls.eiirP
beautifully furnished in Stlcklcy'nJpae
fumed oak mission stylo furnNttrr
lure; Bundar carpots; absolule1y?jli
clean. The location ln3urc.M U10V-'
nest patronage. V.;ry low rent, "x-rlri"
tra long iase. Heat and hot wa-sfln
tcr rc. A substantial cash pav-'
merit will put the right party InK'.O,'
possession The balance out of
house. A rigid Investigation ln-A)HS
vlted. No triflei-s. Jl
HEADQUARTERS FOR HOTELS AUDI ft. "
A. RICHTER. REAL ESTATE. i 1
i3 Main St. Phono 641. j Vf
A. L. BR ATTAIN, MGR. B. O. DEPTJ 1
BARGAINS IN ROOMING HOUSES, i,
05-room hotel, hot and cold running fj
water, practically new, will fur.n. hcnWfc
fl;'". low rent. In business center; toonin K
alwayp rented: ?3500. Easy terms, or will tsT
trado for real estate. 'fif,,
roomr, housekeeping aptn.. a 7.-fil!l
little placo. low rent; clear- hrt. s;o and feT
fo; only fG50. Worth C-ino,,. Eo;1 P!,ie.f
Cigar rUands, one IC. on S?i0, 01161'
Good crocerr.- stor. ?S50: oiift $S50- mio'.lsi
Involco alvmt $5000. ResL-iui-int, 50f.
,,0 ?r?S tJ- DAVIS. Hotl Broker.
118. Main. Wasatch ro.; jsl
X.r. cl,co tlwt will orovldn a !k
profitable employment fr,r a .em, ,
!!!' .'! a part or all ,.,f your fmel ICO
MII you ne interested in looking Into th ; ioui
pohsihllitia-; of some establlsl.fd busln-sjf ;fet.
that needs added capital and a. part'ior! tp
to Increase Its success? Make our Wuiti MS"
known In The Tribune Want columns. ! i Hfe
SALT PET ID R CLAIMS 1 jaa
For Eale by original locator, group of siIU -4
poter chains that will bear rlosst ln---t
ligation. Desire to deal with prlnclpald sfl
only. Addrcsi! Salt Peter, box 1566, rll
PARTIES DESIRING TO OPEN AN UP-I
to-date grocei-y and meat market will rr
do wp to call on us. We have good ru
location and will assist suitable parlloa g?D
FRITSCH. .No. 201-2 Felt Bide.
1 JlS75 f.
CANADA WANTS MANUFA' lTt RKR! 2?J
capitalists and live men. WlT.nlp--g clt T
offers greatest foniblned money -nuking,
advantages. Business facts fr& -!ri-.T
Chas. I". Roland, commissioner, W.jinlppg.
Canada. - l.i:.f.7f ij
YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO BErOMIljfe
manufacturer: product an intornationnlkS
necessity; 700 per cent profit; l"' brlrt;3JTO
pample and particulars. Delzell Manufa -1 rjfe
luring Co., 448 South Mathews. Los A11-T fi7
geles. Cal. hlCX
FREE PREMIUM WITH GALLONJ ni
Hunting Club whisky. Express chargeij &
prepaid, 53.55. Get our price list. Wc-hCJ
Side Family Ldpior house. 1204 Larlmeri 513
c?t.. Denver, Colo. hl507
ACTI"E PARTNER MANTBD IN L.
labllshed paying business propositions
exccplional profits; fine chance for In' ft-j
creasing. This Is worth Investigation. Ail-f Kit
dress S-35. Tribune. MG03
WELL EQUIPPED. MONEYMAKINrtJ fati
grocery business; low rent; genuine
bargain. $1400. Address S-3S, TrlbuiH-.1 jj,
BIG BARGAINS IN IipTELS. ROOM; ft"
Ing houses, grocery stores', cigar standi! fr
and reslaurant-3. C. Dollar, 153 S. Main.
EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR A'. ,
few men to file on valuable timber land,
close to coast; small feo required, oh 5Rtr,
Continental blk. gSSSS rth
HYDR.VULTC PLACER MINE FOR;
salo: also Umber claims. E. A Whn- tpjn
len, Grants Pass hotel, Grants Pass, Or..
WJLL GIA'E TENTH INTEREST BI i 00
low grade copper-gold deposit for fimdsi far
to do staking and location worlc Addrpsal
S-43, Tribune. fj
HALF INTEREST IN UTAH MANTJ-; -Sian
fncturlng Industry, guaranteed to pay sf S
100 per cent on Investment, for F-OO".
Address T-2. Trlbuno. ' f7
A BUSINESS PARTNER: A GOOD
proposition to the right party. APPly,i2 l;
manager. Casino theater.
MEAT MARKET. ICE BOX AND FIX-;
lures. $25 month. Apply to 7
Thomas. 67 So. Main. f.. JJ
GROCERY AND MARlCf-T IN 00
location on corner. long es tabllshed
wlll sell at Invoice. T-59. Tribune. Ulnh
SNAP TN CIGAR STAND DOING GOOD)
business; fine locution; long leiwe. Wu-, tr.
stitch 423 1-R. 111 "(
FIRST-CLASS IX3CATJON FOR BAR-'? ?ANT
her. Innulre Brantlng. G71 So. 4th Eaat4' all
WILL PAY CASH FOR SMALL BUSI-&
hcss. Address Tribune. hl-t-; jp
plivslclan and surgeon; suite 210 corn I;
bldg. Hours 9 to 5. s-J
DR. G. A. GAMBLE. COS, M'1TX?3
bldg. Hours. 10 to 12 and 2 to 4.
salch 5281. l;
BUTTONS ,; 4h
dTffjHrTnt kinds of buttons; Jjtt ,
made at Babbel's Ladles' Tailors, , 8o
W. 3rd So. BJa-f j f-