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i I VACCINATE DEPUTIES
j 1 TO PREVEN'TSMALLPOX
II Dr. Samuel G. Pas;l, health commls-
1 sloner, :iid his ' asslst.Mits. were anions
I th.; busiest of men In fba city and county
fil biifldlnr yesterday.
ffl ft wiis vaccination antf. fumigation clay
W In the county lorie s office and the dejiu-
j& ilc In tlmt, office arc all now rather;
Columbus Extension Mlnli: company,
principal place or business . Salt Lake
Notice There ale delinquent upon tho
following described slock on account of
assessment No. 7 of 2J ceiU3rwr share,
levied on the 20th dny of'Atiguui. R1-. tho
several umounls set opposite the names
i-f the respective nhureholders as roi-
No. Name. tliates. Arnt.
1 Tony Jacobson 1 5 .... ,
It . kJnow 1,000 2ff.tn
u .ccudolpli Olson 200 o.OU
US las. A. Polloclr & Co. . noo 12.60
.H Jas. A., Pollock .fc Cc. 500 12. DO
1126 Jay. A. Pollock & Co. 1.000 25.00
128 G. B. Walker 1.000 2o.00
13113. W. Griffiths 200 r..00
153 E. XV. Griff Its ROD 1--E0
i 193 Jan. A. Pollock & Co. MO 12.50
19S 12. W. Griffiths 1.000 2s. 00
20112. Y Griffiths 0) 12.50
215 R. IC Cobb .4 Co... 1.000 2o.00
216 It K. Cobb Co 1,00') 2o.00
! 22.S W. M. Havcnor 500 12.50
; 237 Arthur E. Snow r.o& 12.00
26 S H. B. Cole 500 32.50
269 H. 13. Colo r.00 32.50
275 J. E. Bcverldeo .... 200 3.00
27S J. E. Bcverldge 101 2.50
293 F. R. Snow & Co 1.000 25.00
0S P. It. Snow & Co 500 12.50
312 Orson M. Rogers ... 2,000 50.00
310 S. R. Neel 10!1 2.50
823 IT. XV. Doscher 10'J 2.60
I . ."33 Jas. A. Pollock & Co. 100 2.50
I , 340 W. J. Lawrence 300 V.fiO
354 W. D. Ncbel:er f,0!i 12.60
. 374 A. S. Campbell J0( 2.50
" eS7 S. R. Neel luO 2.50
. 3RS S. R. Noel 100 2.50
1 3S9 S. R Neel 100 2.50
I oSM W. .T. Browning .... 100 2.50
404 TV. J. Browning .... 100 2.50
405 W. J. Browning .... 100 2.50
418 W. J. Browning .... 100 2.50
-119 TV. J. Browning .... 100 2.50
. 421 W. ,T. Browning .... 300 2.50
422-Wv J. Browning .... 100 2.50
425 W. J. Browning 100 2.50
434 jRfi. A. Pollock & Co. 200 5.00
4?6 H W. Doscher 200 5.00
4G5 H, TV". Doscher 100 2.50
4S5 Dern & Thomas 100 jj.50
I 431 Dern & Thomaa .... 100 2.50
561 E. A. Hardenstein .. 500 12.50
557 H. XV'. Doscher 300 7.50
553 H. TV. Doscher 200 5.00
PBS R. S. Wimmer 500 32.50
, . 570 J. L. Karr 400 10.00
5S2 Jas. A. Pollock & Co, 500 32.50
n02Jan. A. Pollock Sz Co. 100 2.50
027 C. I. Whitney 3. 001) 25.00
-56 XV. J. Iawrenc .... 100 2.50
70.1--W. J. Browning .... 100 2.50
73 "5 FT. W. Doscher 1,000 , 25.00
7H3 C. ).. Whitney 500 12.50
705 F. R. Snow & Co. .. 1,000 25.00
7S7 I. IT. Homing, 300 2.50
f44 W. H. Child 300 2.50
rSSW. M. Jlavenor 500 32.50
Ji?-W. M. Havcnor .... TOO 12.50
7(1 W. M. Ilavcnor .... 100 2.50
92 W. M. TIavenor .... 100 2.50
.10!) XV. M. Ifavenor 300 7.50
1013 .T. R. Walker 1,000 25 00
10.11 XV. H. Child ,00 12.50
1040 W. H. Child 500 ! SO
J070 XV. U. Child 500 12.50
nl W 71. Child 5,000 325.00
. 7SS Alma Eldrcdge 1.000 23 00
mnr w h. Child i.ooo "5.00 1
3108 W. IT. Child 200 5.00 I
1123.Tcss Knight 500 .12.50 !
1125 Alma EldrccUre 1,500 37,50
11'2 Geo. Kay 4s 1 124
1145 -S. R. Neel 30 .75"
11 fit! F. R. Snow Sz Co. .. 200 3. 00
Vein Wj: Knight ........ 500 y sn
1"30 7T. R. "McMillan 500
1231-H. R. McMillan 10" 2 50
1351 A. T... Thomas 500 !' E0
330? Alma Eldi'-dco 1.500 3 7 1 5 1 J
And In accordance with law ajuJ an
order of tho board of directors, made on
the 29th day of August. 1912. so many
shares of each parcel of such stock as
may bo necessary, will bo Fold at public
auction at the office cf the secretary
room 402. Felt building. Salt Lake Citv
Utah, on the 23cl day of October, 1912, at
3 p. in., to pay the delinquent -issessmenta
1 hereon, together with the costB of adver
tising and expenses of snl.
F. B. COOIC. Secretary.
Ojflc 402 Felt building. Salt Lake City.
Bv ord"r or tho boanl of cKrorlors made
on 11k 1Sth day of October. 1912. tJi?
pale hereinabove mentioned ?nd referred'
to is postponed to and same will be had
on th". 4th day of November, 1912.". it
o'clock p. ni., and so ninny Fna res of
each parcel of stock hcrelna.bovo listed
as may be necessary will be sold at pub
lic auction at said time lastly mentioned,
at the office of the secre'nrv, room 40"
Feit building, Salt Tjnkc City. Utah, on
the 4th day of November. 1012. at 3
o'clock p. in., to pay the dcllncjucnt as-
spf-HtnentH thoruoii, together with tho
I cofls of advertising and expenses of sale
By order of the hoard of directors.
COLUMBUS ISXTJGNSrON MINING
. COM PA NT. By F. B. Cook. Secretary.
Office 402 Felt building. Salt Lake- Cltv.
Salt Lake City. October 23. 1912.
Pursuant to law, notice Is hereby given
H by the Utah State Superintendent of Pub-
R !in Insd.ructlon that, a convention of the
Slate. Text Bool; Commission Is called to
convene at Salt Lake City, Utah, in room
H .".03 Felt building, Saturday, December
B 25, Ifil2, at 1 o'clock p. m., to adopt text
books for all district fcdiools of the
Hi except in cltlca of tho Ilrst and the ie
Hl .ond claK. for it porlod of five. ycnr from
HR the flrat of July. 1913, Separate and
fcaicj proposals from publishers ivill be
I received by the State Text Book Com
ujls.Mon at the office of lh" State Super
intendent of Public Instruction, room 305
Felt bulldinc-. Salt Lake City, Utah, until
Saturday, December 28. 1912. at 12 o'clock
noon, for furnishing t-.-xt hooka In the
following nutned subject!?;
For the Elementary Schools:. Renins.
Writing, Ariihmetic. Kngllsh Grammar.
Spelling. Drawing. Gengraphy, IIlElorv,
Nature Study, Physiology. Ilyplene, Sani
tation. Music. Oit-11 Gnvnrmnent and Eco
nomics, Dictionaries and Elementary Ag
I'or the High Schools: ENGLISH Llt
" era lure. Grammar and Compoaltlon. "lis
tory of lnclish Literature. MODERN
LAiKGUAGllS German. French, Spanish.
ANCIENT LANG UAGtCSJ. tin. Greek.
MATHEMATICS Algebra, Piano Geom
clry. Solid Gcometiy. Plnno Trlgo-nometi-y.
KCUENCK Phynicn. Chcmlstrv. As
tronomy, Elementary Agriculture
Phyulcal Gcocinphy, BA;uiy. Zoologv
Thyflioley. oolojj-Phyalolocrj'. III'S
TOKV and SOCIAL SCTENCfi-American
History. English irintory. General ITIn
lory, Anclcni History, Modern JUntorx.
Economic?, Elementary Sociology. Ameri
can Citizenship. Plvics, ART AND IN
DUSTRY Domestic Art. Domefidc
Science, Mechaidc Arls. Agriculture. Ag
ronomy, Animal Husbandly. Mechaniral
Drawlmr. Indu?lrlal Art. Drawing. Music.
Commercial Geography, Aecuuiitlng.
Stenography. Typewrilliig. CominerciHl
Correspondence and Bookkeeping
TcM book" on all aubjecln 'above
named will be considered for the gra.de
01 grades In which such subject!! ar com
At th'i time and the ji!ucc :ipcejfled yx
State Text Rook Commission will me0
and publicly open sind rcud all t lie pro
posals I hat have been received and will
make its awards within thirty daya therc
Tb.e Mdc and the tnr from the pnb
lbhera niiici be acconipanleil bv samplo
cjplec of the books proposeij tQ be fur
nisl;ed. together with a statement of the
introductory or exchange price, and of the
wholesale and retail prices at which Ihe
publisher asrer.R to funitsh each look
within the stale during the full time Tor
which raid hooka may be adopted, i. e., for
a perlo-i or five yearn from the first day
of July. 1913. The publisher or publish
ers whose proposals shall be accepted
must enter Into a written contract with
the Stale Superintendent of Public In
struction and thai) !vc a. bond with two
sufficient miretle in a ree.sonnble sum to
be fixed by the State Text Book Commis
sion for the fstlthful performance of such
All bldder will be required to give net
price of bnok8 f. o. b. at point of ship
ment and f. o. b.. Salt Lake- Cltv.
Right s reserved by the State Text
Ttook Coin-nlsclon to at ept or r'deel any
or til bid!!, or any part thereof
. t A, C NFL550N,
iiSit S'ate Superintendent of Puoliu Instruc-
sensitive about their arms.
Tho troublo arose over the discovery
late Wednesday afternoon of the fact
that. Andrew Bcverldge, a clerk in the
office, had a Well developed case of small
pox. As soon as the tllncKH waa dis
covered Mr. BcveTrldgc was ordered home
and the. office and all papers which Mr.
Bcverldge had bundled for the past few
dnya wero fumigated. Ah an additional
precautionary measure all of the clerks
were vaccinated by the city health department
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Not lea Is herebv given that sealed bids
will be received by the undersigned up
to 2 p. in., December 3rd, 1012, for tho
materials and labor required In the erec
tion of tho UTAH STATE CAPITOL
BUILDING. IN SALT .LA h'R CITY,
UTAH, according to plaiif, specifications,
and drawings, which are open for In
spection at the office of
RICHARD KLETTING ARCHITECT,
415-420 Felt bldg..
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH,
and all bids and proposals at the above
time will bo publicly opened and read
in the office of the State Capitol Com
mission, 211 Felt building, Salt Lake
.All bids must be. addressed to:
"UTAH STAT13 CAPITOL COMMIS
SION." SALT LAKE CITV, UTAH,
and marked in the lower left-hand cor
ner: "Bid for Utah Stale Capitol nulld
Ing," naming at Ihe .ame time the kinds
of work, which the bid covers, for cx
arople: "Bid for entire job. excepting heat
ing, plumbing, electric wiring,
"Bid for stone work;
"Eld fop plastering,"
etc or such hldn can be delivered to the
Capitol Commission at the aald time and
placo for opening same.
Bids must not contain conditions,
qualifications, propositions or any other
thing than those mentioned in plans,
specifications, drawings, contracts and
bonds, and bidders must yse the form of
bids, which will be found at the office
of said architect, and no other form of
bid will bo received.
A certified chck or cashier's check on
somo bank In Salt Lake City, Utah, for
at least. 5 per cent . of the amount of
eneh hid miisi. be enclosed. Each check
is to be made payable 1o the nndcr
slcned. and Is to be forfeited to the un
dersigned In case the bid Is accepted and
Ihe bidder does not enter Into the con
tract within ten dayn after Its accep
tance, for the faithful execution of the
contract and bond hereinafter men
tioned. The proposed form of contract shall
be the "'"Uniform Contract Revised.
1007," and the form of bond to bo used
In hereto appended.
A bond must be furnished for one-half
the amount of the bid, with good and
sufficient sureties, all satisfactory to the
undersigned. . ,,, .
The plana and specifications will be
open for Inspection and use at the
architect's office In rooms 115-120 I'elt
bldg.. and at tho office of the Utah Stale
Capitol Commission. 211 Felt building.
If anv bidder desire? to have one or
more set." of plans for his. exclusive use.
the architect, at his option may furnish
them againnt a. deposit, to him of S75 for
each set of plans. 5-5 of which will be
refunded on the return of the first sot
of plans etc.. and a refund of ?23 each
on anv "of the subsequent set?, provided
said p'lans. etc., are returned In reason
ably good condition and within two weeks
after bids are opened.
The pkinn and specifications are the
propcrtv of the architect, and In all cases
must be returned to. the architect, and
In no case shall the deposit constitute
a purchase price. .v
Bidders residing outside of Salt Ls.ko
City must pay for the exprcssogc or
plans, etc.. both ways In all cases.
The undersigned doc. not obligate It
self to accept the lowest or any bid.
The comnetency and responsibility of !
bidders and of their proposed sub-con-j
tractors will receive careful considcra-j
tlon in the award.
Tho bids will be received for the fol
1. For the building complete, as speci
fied. 2. For the building complete, exempt
ing heating, plumbing, electric wiring.
3. Cement, plain and reinforced con
crete work, including excavations, struc
tural steel, and setting of same.
4. Stone work, cutting and setting.
Brick work and the setting of terra
5. Furnishing of lciT?.-colta.
i. Carpenter work.
f. Sheet-metal work, Including sky
lights and floor light.
9. Marble work, terrazro and tile
11. Miscellaneous -and ornamental
steel. Iron and brass work.
12. Combination of bids sections 3, 4
IS. Heat In?
15. Electric wiring.
The undersigned shall ha.ve the right
to 'reject any or all bids and to waive
any informalltieg in any proposal.
Dated at Salt Lako City, Utah, this
29th nay of October, 1012.
UTAH STAT IS CAPITOL COMMISSION.
NOTICE OF DELINQUENT ASSESS
ASSESSMENT NUMBER 7.
Abraham Irrigation Company. Urlnci
pal place of busine.ys. 351. South Main
street, Salt Lake City. Utah. Notice:
There are delinquent upon tho following
describe.! "otock. on ;ic.count of aosca?
mciit No. 7. levied on the 2Rth day of
August, 1fM2, the several amounts eel
opposite the namci! of tho rcspecttve
shareholders an follows:
No. Cert. Name. No. shares. Arnt.
11 Harry IT. Allyn 10 ?10,o0
22 Ilelenc B. Wilbar CLang-
worlh.O 40 10.50
27 Hclene p. Wilbar (Lang
worthy) SO 20.50
SI F. S. Guggenheim 10 10.50
97 Julia A Mason ct al .. SO 20.30
ll'.i Anthony Canovo 11 So 20.50
173 Anthony Canovan 10 10.50
174 Hart J. Fitzgerald 50 20.50
210 Ella G. Hickman SO 20.50
22G Van D. Spulding SO 20.50
2SG Arthur J. Wcstovcr .. ., to 10. 50
290 Van D. Spalding .. .... 40 10.50
294 Joseph II. Manderflcld -10 30.50
300 Cary K. Cooper 10 10.30
31( Uogan Brothers 100 23.50
321 Amanda E. Gfegloy .... 40' lu.r.O
323 Marcn J. Hanson 10 10.50
330 Alex. TV. Reld 120 30.50
Richard 3-irker 120 30.50
John A. Johnson 10 10.50
Donald Hognu 100 25.50
peter Peterson 10 3.00
Charles Burke 40 10.50
333 II. J FltZKc.Uild 20 5.50
331 R. Shepherd 10 10.50
259 Calvin R. Beach 10 10.30
375 Mrs. C. E. J. Rice .. ..40 10.50
405 John Sellers -10 1.0. 50
420 S. V. Trent lti'J JO. 50
422. N. T. HendcrMin 70 18.00
424 E. O. Lee. 30 20.50
42!' George A. Cole 41 Jl.30
413 Ja.mcK W. Hoggan,
riedgce 311 79.00
141 Rosnvei H. Ashton 160 40.50
448, National Savings .fc Trust
Co S00 200.30
4411 National Savings &. Ttuhi
Co S00 200.50
151 Alma Moss and Horace
S. Burtenshaw 40 10.50
451 ITtab Ranking Co 560 240.50
467 P. T. Black 25 0.75
4611 Thomn.M Paine Franklin 20 x.ho
170 Utah Banking Co 100 100.50
173 Utah Ranking Co -10 10.50
47fi ;tah Banking Co 40 10.30
477 Utah Baking' Co 40 10.50
IS4 Van D. Spalding 40 10.50
t?:i Delta Investment Co. 1000 250.50
and In accordance with law, and an or
der of the board of director.') made on
the 26th ' day of Auguot. .3912. ao monv
shares of eneh parcel of r.uch stock as
may he necessary. 'il be r.o)0 at the of
fice of the company. No. :: South Main
Mrect. Salt Lake Cltv. Utah, on the 27th
day of November. 1912, at tho hour of
2 p. m.. to pay delinquent assessments
thereon, together with the cost of ad
vertising and expenses of tho vale.
CHARLES TYNG. Secretary,
Abraham Irrigation Company,
351 South Main St.. Salt Lake City, Utah.
Sale date, November 27, 1912, 2 p. m.
rosellTthe tailor. vostatII
Suilu and overcoats from 315 up.
GIBSON At Helper. Utah, October 30,
1P12, Mrs. Etta I. Churchill Gibson,
aged 3fi yearn, wife or David C Gibson,
a member of Mount Morlah lodge No. 2,
F. and A. M. Funeral service will bo held
at tho funeral chapel of Ebcr W. Hall, Hit
South West Temple street, at II .1. in.
today (Friday. November 1. 1912). The
deceased was a member of the Order of
the Kaatern Star at Boulder, Colo., e.itd
the three chapters of thla city will cols
duct tho sen ices al the cemetery under
the auspices of the O. TO, S. All members
are requested to bo present. Interment In
Mount Olivet cemetery.
PARK, Kit Funeral services. for Mrf.
Mary Ann Parker, aged 77 years, wife
of Robert William Parker. 150 Elm ave
nue, will bo held al the Phillips Congre
gational church, corner of Seventh East
and Fifth South streets, sit 2:20 p. m. to
day. November 1. Frlenda wishing to
view the remains will please do so before
the services, between the hours of 1:30
and 2:30 p. m., at Ihe church. Interment
private In Mount Olivet cemetery.
EBER W. I-TALL. UNDERTAKER AND
cmbalmer, 164 So. Went Temple. Phone
33. G. O'DONNELL. UNDERTAKER
and embalmcr, h:n moved to now loca
tion. 225-227 South West Templo street.
Realty bldg. Phone 580. o3393
ITUDDART FLORAL CO.. 62 SO. MAIN
6t. Phone. 10G. Cut flowcra and fu
neral designs. n!032
THE LEADING F.LORTST, XV. W. KING.
214 E. 2nd So, Phone 37. h297
LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM R.
McKen2le. Display ards. 4i2 So. Stato.
I LOST AND FOUND
MRSpMATTTN A, 13UUKK, 741 SOUTH I
Second Fast, found 51 in a sack of
HukIci'h flour. You ought to try Hur
MRS. J. A. SUMMERS. NO. 9 BLUN
dalc avenue, found 51 In a. sack of
Husler's flour. Whv don't you buy Hns
Icr's'.' " kjH
MRS. J. A. THOMAS, MS West Eighth
South, found ?t in a sack of Huslcr's
flour. Jt pays to use Huslor's, k35
LOST GOLD CLASS PIN, NAME ON
back. Telephone Was. 3271-R. Re
LOST, A DIAMOND AND SAPPTIIRK
pin. Liberal reward; return to Trib
une orfice. h32M
LOST SMALL aTrD A 1 j 10 TER R I F, R
pup. with stran on neck; return to 1017
First avc. and receive reward. Uyland
S031-J. - h303l
FOUND ONE FTRST-CLASS TICICKT
from Salt Lake City to Omaha. Inquire
Coombs Drug Co, corner State and 4th
BLACK HANDBAG. CONTAINING TWO
gold lockets and watch pin, etc. Call
Hyland 156S-J. Reward. k22
A PEARL AND DIAMOND BROOCH.
on or near Virginia street (11th st.L
return to George Jay Gibson. Kearna bldg.
AUTOMOBILE CONTRACTS. FINDER
return to Wilson hotel for reward.
X West 13th South: De Frank Kennel
Co.. No. 2. 111S 4th ave. Phone 3S6G-M.
A?J3o"kEY FITTING 'AND LOCK WORK
n. specialty. S. L. Lock Works. Was.
thegotJdaiuXbbey CO., AUDITS
ing and general accountancy. 022 Mc
Intyrc bldg Wasatch 5164. c2033
WWILLLlvlS(K: SON. 1G6 N ST. BELL
1545-W. Upholstering, chairs recaned.
TAILOR MADE CORSETS
MRsTTtTaYES. SPIR1SLLA CORSETS.
one year guarantee. 260 TV. 3rd No.
Wasatch 25S0-.T. hI03S
DHFERRNT KINDS' OF BUTTONS
made at. Babbcl's Ladles' Tailors. 6S
TV. nrd South. h39 1
AND ORAL PROPHYLAXIS. C30
KEARNS BLDG. a2353
RUBBER STAMPS AND SEALS
SALT LAKE STAMP CO. '
Phones 304. 03 West 3rd South.
COMBINGS MCdiFNTo" SWTTCTIE?!
fl.50. Ladies, bring them to Vclvethia
parlors. G2. E. 4th South. h391 5
WHERE TO STOP.
250 rooms; rates, 33c, 40d and 50c; mod
ern: baths. lEc. H133D
CLEANING AND DYEING
SALT LAKE CLE AN TNG Co 3uTSa
State at Phonea o'iTZ. ui2fi67
and re.blocked. Salt Lake Hat Fuctorv,
6 W. 2nd South. Waa. 2707. f 25 14
guaranteed? Prices reasonable. 223 TV.
5th South. Wai'atch C01S-J. hl'iK
I PAY BEST PRICE FOR;CONr
hand goods. XV. Gllckmau, 71 80. TV.
Temple. Wasatch 4.H3. h!760
L SU WOO, 235 V'l;IsarNDUTI:
all diseases cured with his celebrated
Chinese, remedies. b!26
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS1 MEET
ING, The annual meeting of tho stockhold
ers of the Horn Silver Mining Company
for the election of dlrc'torr. for the var
commencing January 1. 1913, will bV "held
at the office of the enmpan.-, room 305
McCornlck building, Salt. Lake Oily, Utah,
on Tuesday, December 3. 1912. at 12
o'clock noon. The transfer books will
close on November 2, 1912. at 12 o'clock
noon, and reopen 611 November 13, 1912.
H.t 10 o'clock a. 111.
KDYAARD F. KMMETT. Secretary
T K T 7$ TI N 10 WANT A ") S P V L L j
GIRLS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. AP
. PLY READY FOR WORK AT S A. M.
AND 1 P. M. DAILY. TROT LAUNDRV.
421 SOUTrl UTH EAST.
GIRLS WAN'nOD IN PACKING DE-partment-
Apply Sweet Candv com
pany, 2 IS South First West. kS
I fOUSKKIOEPER WANTF.D. WIDOWER
with two children; quiet country home.
Apply with references, etc., A. F. Bart
lctt. Fountain Green. Utah. k20
SCHOOL GIRL OR ONE EMPLOYED TO
stay with lady for room and board:
address U-4K. Tribune. klO
COMPETENT TVOMAN FOR GENERAL
hoiiHewnrk. Capt. II. D. Coburn, Ft.
Douglas. 1? 10
SUCCESS INSURANCE UTAH Busi
ness College preparation for business
life. Start a courso now. Boston bide.
day or night. el538
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. BASE
ment First Congregational church; wo
get you a position free of charge. Teln
phone 5S22. t2773
WANTED- SOLICITORS FOR LOCAL
work: excellent pay for bright parties.
Apply Monday, 3 to 10 a. m., 304 New
housc Building. Ii25il
CTRL TO CARE FOR BABY AND HELP
with dishes after school. Wa.intch
0539 -T. h30S7
WA NT ADS HAVE SHAPED THE FU
ture of thousands of men and women
they have afforded the opportunity that
led to experience, efficiency and ad
THE WANT ADS HOLD MANY POSSI
hlllUos for workers. There nre hundi'eds
of chances within the reach of those who
find advancement impossible In their
present positions. The Wants lead to
every legitimate lino of human endeavor,
llicv radiate to every business and bring
their influence to bear wherever workers
GOOD CTRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. SG ne.r week; reference. ("44 So.
Sth East. Hy. 332. h3332
! MANUFACTURER OF POPULAR
brand guaranteed hosicrv with liner,
heels and toes and manv other exclusive
features wants ladv " to visit con
sumers direct. Experience unnecessary.
S50 to ?100 Per month. PARKER CO.. 753
Chestnut St.. Phlla.. Pa. Ii3;,ll
GIRL LIVING NEAR TO CARE FOR
children afternoons. 129 G si. TYasateh
t.'0-W. . Ii334fi
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Phone Wasatch 1077. 1G4 E
So. 'I'.. No. 4. h3993
YOUNG GIRL TO DO LIGHT HOUSE
work. 39 .Tercmv St., bet. 7th and Klh
TT est, oil 1st South. h3992
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
good salary. 253 3rd ave. h!020
WANTED AN EXPERI ENC ED SEA M
strcsM. 141 South 2nd East. Iil019
TV A NT ED M I DDXK.- AG F.rl WOMAN
an cook and for general housework;
one appreciating good home oreferrcd.
References required. Quarters No. 3 Fori
MAN TO HANDLE STOCK IN LARGE
printing shop. Must be experienced.
Give reference."'. Address U-52, Tribune.
CARPENTERS WANTED. CALL AT 17
North 1st Wesl. kIT
CARPET LAYER AT G R E EN IOWA L D
T'tirn. Co. :,
EXPERIENCED BINDERY GIRL; CHO
cer Printing Co j: pj
WANTED-GOOD. - NEAT. RELIABLE
nur."e girl; none but permanent grl
need apply. Call between 2 p. ni. and 5
1). in. at 135 East South Tern. k.'!7
WOMA N FOR SATURDAY CLEANING:
119 So Main. k::L
WANTJ0l7Tv! GIPvL FOR GENERAL
housework: references required. Call
203 West 5th South. it 10
WANTED A GOOD SECOND GIRL; 131
No. Main. kll
.MANICURIST AT 17 WEST 2ND
WANTED MALE HELP
learn auto driving and repairing. Call
73 Po3lofflcc place. Ii37l2
WANTED TWENTY-FIVE AMATEUR
musicians to Join an orchestra. 3U
Constitution bldg.. 31 South Main hSV.)6
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Hotel, restaurant and household help.
Hcadciuarter9 for laborers.
BS West 2nd South. Phones 454.
MAIL CARRIERS. POSTOFFICE
CLERKS wanted. $S0 month. Salt Lake"
City. Examinations during November.
Free coaching. Franklin Institute. Dept
415-T. Rochester. N. Y. M51G
WANTED. FIFTY LABORERS AT
once; good wagps Apply to foreman
at 12th East and 2nd South. P. J. Monin.
BY THE MERIT HAT CO.. SI E. 2ND
So., ono thourand men or moi'" to wear
Iheir ?2 and 53 fall hats. "Erctuslvfr
SHEPPARD'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
"The Red Front." 112 TVest 2nd South.
Headquarters railroad and mining help.,
Wasatch 3534. -tfsir
PERSONA L ATTENTION AND TllOR
oughness characterize Utah Business
CoIIe-o tralnlrg. Day and night. Ber!n
now. Boston building. 1537
FREE EM PLOYM ENT A GENCyTbASE--ment
First Congregational church. TVo
get you a position free of charge. Tele
phone Wasatch 3S22. tSS3
SHOE SALESMAN AT THE UPSTAIRS
53.00 Shoe store, 201 Mclntvrc bldg.
FIRST-CLASS SOLICITOR; HIGH
wager. fi,r nod man. 233 E. 1st So.
R. De Young. . h!095
WANTED--A YOUNG MAN TO RUN ER-r.-mdn
and for office work. Muxt have
horse or bicycle and be ne.nl In appear
ance. Apply in person to City Circula
tion Manager, Tribune. h3SI0
MEN WANTED TO WEAR HOLT'S
HATS: NO MORE. NO LESS. 33
EAST THIRD SOUTH. 1:3012
FIFTY YOUNG MEN WITH BiCYCLSsT
good wages; steady cnolovment:
c!ia.uca to learn telegraphy. W. u. Tel.
WANTED ROY IS TO 20 YEARS; TEM
porary warehoiiHc work. .Vpplv 317 TV,
2nd. S-j.. S a. 111, " ! 11 j 5
WA NTED I0XP ER I ENC ED FURN1S1I
Ing goods salesman. Newman'?, 120 So.
Slate si. hH0:t
TWO FIRST-CLASS SOLICITORS FOR 1
out of l'iwn; no has bcens; lnr,nrane!
work. Address TT-12, Tribune. it 1073 f
GOOD DELIVERY ROY WIT 1 1 A BICY
cle: W. E. Fife Co.. 170 Main st. k2
BARBER WANTED FOR SATURDAY:
75 West 2nd South ct. is
YOUNG MAN FOR CITY SALES
work, li'inluess district: give age. ref
erences and cpcilence. Addresa U-.11.
Sal! Lako Tribune. k30
IN SEEKING WORK MAKE FULL USE
of the Want. 1
T want 10 experienced solicitors who have
made good to work on new proposition
which )h well advertised. Will start on
Nov. ith. Answer by letter for appoint
ment, with references, to sales manager,
EMPLOYERS HAVF1 COMB TO TXDOK
to Tho Tribune Wants as the means
of summoning to fhom npplicanta for.,
positions In every line of human en
deavor. Skilled specialists. capablo
helpers In the office, shop or factory
those TObo can bear responsibility ana
make good In their tasks.
ENERGETIC AND CAPABLE MEN TO
take exclusive territory for "Pchallcr
System" coal saving and smoke, consum
ing device; testimonials show a. guaran
teed saving of at least 25 per cent. In
fuel: must havo 51.000 for carrying :un
pie supply of merchandise! references ex
changed. Sfhallnr tyatem Co.. 1133
Rroadwoy. Now York. h3410
W A NTED ACTIVE MAN TO SELL
groccrtes, wholesale, to ths consumers.
Exclusive, territory. Good commissions.
For particulars write Edgar .Tones Com
pany, 23S 25th street. Ocdon, Utah. d3102
JAPANESE GENERAL AGENCY.
Help of all kinds furnished. Phone Wa
?atch 1311. 235 West 1st South. f340
50 MEN WANTED. SEWER WORK
long job 10th East and 6th So. Hcuser
51 Sim. contractors, e281
TRAVELING SALESMAN WHO MAKES
the towns in Utah. Tdaho, Wyoming and
Nevada to cam" as a side line a. few fine
numbers of men's furnishing goods on a
percentage and take orders for. Addro'-s
T-22. Tribune. h2512
I WANT A FEW RELIABLE MEN TO
apply for valuable timber land In Ore
gon: c:cpt!onal opportunity. 5S Conti
nental block. h20S0
EXPERIENCED DELIVERY BOY WITH
bicycle for grocery store Address U-8.
THE WANTS HAVE HELPED MANY.
out of the rut of plodding without o. !
prospect for Increased remuneration, and
have been the moans of carving ouv ca
reers that wore brilliant and successful-
THERE'S A WAY TO ADVANCEMENT
a path that lead? to broader devel
opment nnd greater remuneration for
many that path is through tho Want col
umns. THE WANTS MEAN OPPORTUNITY
a chance for betterment.
MAN OR WOMAN EVERY COUNTY IN
state: good salary: easy, pleasant, dig
nified work: grand prize to host worker:
nothing lo sell. P. O. box 176. h2727
WA NTE D S EVERAL GOOD LIVE SO
licitors for e.ltv work. New territory.
firrU-class proposition, pleasant employ
ment, permanent and good money. Only
experienced men or women need apply.
Utah Conservatorv of 7iTulc room 603
Templet on bldg. B. F. Scott, general field
MEN WANTED TO WEAR OUR TRUSS
es: fit gmronto?d. Rex Drug Co.. XV.
Temple oud Broadwav. h3279
WANTED SITUATION FEMALE
AS AN EXAMPLE. HOUSEHOLD
workors always look to tho WanL when
a HKitig In thotr positions Is imminent.
Hundreds of domestic servant cooks,
waitresses second girls read the Want
columns each day.
WHAT ARE THE NEEDS T? THE
homo today are capable servants
ncded a. cook. a. maid or other domestic
helpers? Thfl Wants will bring them to
vnii, T'i'.r Wants likewise fill 'tho needs
of business they provide caceful. con
scientious, painstaking workers In every
line of human endeavor.
I RELIABLE WOMAN WANTS TO GO
out -washing. Uyland 2371-R. h390S
YOUNG LADY. WISHES POSITION AS
housekeeper. Address U-49 Tribune.
DkPwTNEY CAN RE MADE SELLING
Qulekwork Vacuum Cleaner. 11G7
Windsor st U. 1RS7-W. h2S31
PORTRAIT AGENT"5, EITHER SEX;
good pay. Mr. Schacket. 122 Atlas
WA NTE D S ALTO SMEN
Main. Lo Angeles. Exclusive metal,
cloth and wood sdsns. Bis money Hellers'
Salesmen wanted. " k21
REMINGTONs! MONARClTs TnD
Smith Premiers in excellent condition
for rental purposes; $3 monthly, threi
months for S: prompt service. Rem
ington Typewriter Co., 172 South We9t
Temple. Phones Wasatch 77 and 73.
WE RENT TYPEWRITERS. "
All makes repaired, exchanged and cold.
Utnh Typewriter Exchange Co.. 66 West
2nd South. Phone 430. Established 1904.
HIGH-GRADE TYPEWRITERS OF ALL
makes for sale or rent. STEWART
GLEESON CO TYPEWRITER EX
CHANGE. -16 West 2nd South. K2371
wi llowsm e1TeTnT?7d1enTial
confinement., seclusion, legal adoption.
Mrs F. Phillips, lHh 10. bat. 12th and
13th So. Sugar Sta. Hyland 1231-M.
PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOME: !
doctors' and nurses' service: babies lo
cally adopted. Ell" Martin, 32i Wcat 3rd
North. Wasatch 1403-R goj
CURED. BY OXYGENrFEOOK
let. Lt5 of Salt Lake testimonials.
Lenin this scientific and ONLY CURE
Write or phone today. Utah Oxypathor
Co. Hyland 234..-M. SOP Melnivro bldg.
FIRST-CLASS WOK KtTTTXdTFEN
tortalnlng at home. Hyland 161 -J.
FURS C LEA N ED. REMODELED AND
repaired. Geneva C. Hicks Co.. 6S So.
,th E. Was. 37Q7. h93
makes. 109 Eaat 2nd So. TVasatcn 47oa
3IGNS AND SCENERY
techcils?.cd e,aas aua sa,Qted'
WLLHH'JAirHT H. GOODS TO LOS
Angeles mid one lo Chicago and on to
Portland, and one to Florida next ten
days: vfvy reasonable rates. Kimball y.in
i Storage Co.. 72 So. Mo In. '8?
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS WANTED:
will pav you first-olaafl prloes.
Fisher Co., 163 Ho. W. Temple. Wa
LIST YOUR SECOND-HAND AUTOMO
blle with us. We have cuBlomeT.1! for
nil Jclr.its and slues, E'owler. 53-o9 So
ALL KINDS SECOND-HAND CLOTH
ing. trunks, valiso.i; best prices paid.
23 Commercial at. P.cply by postal card.
Phone S771. t
UTAH JUNK CO. "HIGHEST PRICE
paid for Iron, brans, rags, bo Wlc 3-'
br. copper, etc. 840 So. 4th TVest. Phon
Wasatch 229. mm
TO DO YOUR UPHOLSTERING, AND
mattTe.23 remaklnfr Utah Bedding ft
Mfg. Co. Phone 3S3.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND
hand. furniiure. carpetn. stoves, "'""'
and valifcs. Wnsatch S98.
.WE BUY L. DIES' AND MEN'S CAST
off clothing; best prices. L. King. Te
Fatch gQM. ta2
I PAY THE BEST PRICES FOP. TOUR
old clothes. BclICOSL T
TOUR OLD CLOTHING: WILL CALL
Salvation Armv. Phone. t-I3l
THG7TEST PRICE PAID FOR SF.COND
hand clothing A. Alpert. 113 Smith
West Tonmle. Wasatch 31 6-W. h3193
IT IS AN EASY MATTER TO TURN
the Want' to account Inst stop and
think for a moment what vvi n";il most,
then put the Wants to work for you.
WILL GIVE 73.000 SHARES TREAP
liry stock and furnish nrovislons and
necessary supplies to have assessment
work do"" 'n Big Cottonwood. See XV m.
Crowe. 27 T-i timer Rlk. h3304
A WORD OF ADVTCE
o" "'osc ore.upvinar rooms In Walker
building. See thai your footwear Is in
jr,-. v-ppr. Call' on
MONARCH SHOE RE FAT 17 TNG CO.,
21 E. Second South. Was. 33S".
WANTED FT VE PEOPLE TO COM
piete. port'- of ten leaving for nolnts in
Florida. November 7. ra'es have
been scoured. Address IT. A. Beauvenl
917 Twenty-fourth ptreot. Ogden. Ivl070
GOOD CINnETts FREE FOR THE
hculHr. Troy Laundry. 431 So. 6th
East street. kl
WAN'i'ED TO EXCHANGE LESSONS
In dramatic reading bv graduate Co
lumbia college of Enresdon for Piano
lessons, Address U-30 Tribune. k13l
WANTED SITUATION MALE
from the most competent domestic
helners if you wilt summon them to your
homo through a. Want Ad.
EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER. GOOD
references; position in or out of citv.
Address U-23, Tribune. h3303
EXPERIENCED JANITOR WANTS PO
sltion; good references. Address T-31. j
Tribune. h3P0O j
YOUNG MARRFET' MAN WANTS EM-j
ploymenl of any kind In town. Add :
T"-39, Tribune. h3323 j
WANTED POSITION B TOUNC
married man. experienced In clerical
work. Can furnlsli references. Address
X Y 7 Tribune.
JAPANESE. FIRST-CLASS COOK. I
wanls a nosltion 510 and up. G. Ot- !
sulfa. 256 XV. 1st So. r,l. Ic22
WANTED TO P-ENT
THE WANTS Wjl.T, KIND TENANTS!
or purchasers for really of all kinds
THE WANTS ARE JMOST EFFECTIVE
in "Rooms for Rent."
in "RNISHED i rol"SE FOR WTNTErT.
must be 'modern. BckI references. Ad
dress U-17. Tribune. h3439
LARGE FRONT ROOM IN MODERN
house for man and wife or men.
Privilege of using narlor and piano; close
In. Phone Wasatch 1062-M. h 4071
TWO OR THREE ROOMS OR SMALL
a.oarlmenl. close In. .i once; tin fur
nished prefered. Phone Wasatcli 6660-W.
or address l33. Tribune. k43
WANTED TO TRADE
VIT,L TRADE 221 ACRES. EIGHTY
rods frontage on Puget Found, four
hours bv boat frojn Seattle, Wash., for
Salt 1 ake resilience. Value 13000. Ad
dress U-40. Tribune. h30."S
WANTED TO HUT
TITS WANT COLUMNS ARE SCANNED
by thousands, many of whom are pros-'
end chemists. 229 South Wcat Templt.
P.FTTLES. MATHER A CO.. V.V fT
Bardwcll. cuctfitissor. MR South West
Temple. Fhone Was. 46PC. r2l7
R. II . OFFICER Sr. CO.. ABATERS. 169
South West Temple st., Salt Lake Cltv.
BIRD- COWAN CO.. ASATEPP. 160
South West Temple. Fhone Waeotch
UNION ASSAY OFFICE. 152 SOUTH
Wet Temple. P. Q bpy j 4S. nlSlO
SAFES AND VAULTS
vaults always on hand. A few second
hand safes for sale Write for circular
Shealy Safe & Vault Co.. 41 P. d. place-
PLUME AND HAIR WORK
WILLOW PLUMES MA DE"FTt6"oLTJ
feathers, faultlessly cleaned curled and
dyed any shade; .swltcho. made from
your combings 31 00 and up, according to
size. IPS South 2nd Eas. h3014
ic East Third South. China aultablo
for gifts and prizes. Class and prlvato
ELECTRIC VA.-Tr-M C 1. E A NE "r"s
rented, $1.2B day We deliver, demon
strate und collect thoui. " mrlcan"
103 AMna block. Wasatch ' 2724 U-t
c,i ift coisrFiTirTioN
rr.;,ni1,rK- z- C M. I. You, own
material made up. hi 3 4
E' 1 iUMfVL CO'lOCiClivOOD
nhon-,e,klnUM,1S" 105 St lth SOUthY both
iTe3' , ... h25
n lection ugency. 40 1 Bodton bldg. Waa.
MAPLE 'E A F ""D A I RYJ,H LK. " NONE
roa tora nwsjJffo
T Indsor ave. n, TElfW -
7-roo.ti .s-r pjc rTf-P1'4
papered a.,? WilnlKHK
1 Phone 3487. a;' ' "H
4 - ROOM MODI.irt777r--K'Ji,
nvcuue. S13jer-K Vtijmtffi
E. Inquire 173 -m, ll0iB?f
3 AND fi-ROOMuSPBfe
furn.. h. k., t'o'c In lfcrfC
children. In' 1 MMJ ,
, .decorated, .ever TfiMf
Ideal location; mHr1,wf
catch 21 -VC moerat rifcj
EXTRA GOOrWf ,
So.. One location SVrifcg
Six-room, modern , Jn
Ear.t 4th South Sfeh
one acto or land" .? 'it t" S :!S
4th Yai; $20 - B
Bros., L. & T, Co "pfe
6- ROOM H0brSBTM05FRV-!l
basement, clenn. Wtl
Bedford Villa. East i.M'MT
satch 3240-J. m Eo-
SEVEN ROOMS. MOnMK
t ater heat; t35. toSUMI
tweon 2 nd S p. m, nu,c
ware. Phono Vraulch
27 HOUSES. ALL KINnq"H$
LOCATIONS. TUTTLE iHiftrMfff
EIGHT ROOMS, STRICTTt"
B02 10th East' hon, WW 1
3- ROOM MODERN PAMvP
heat. 776 East Cth 80
FINE ETGIIT-ROOM TlKmS;
1st ave.. $Q. phon. Jmiti
7- ROOM MODERN HOUaifi
BIO E. 5th South. KeyGjjJHSg;
5- ROOM MODE TIN miCKZ,
West. Phono 2193 &&!
pered and paJnUd; i,ol Spt
strictly modem. Stt e. IrAjMfcp
2 OR 4 -ROOM BRICK C0TTAi'!
mo. ; close In. Was. 6357.
S ROOMS, ?5. CALL 103 SoTijff?
HOUSES FOR RENT NeIpi
slty. Call at 315 8. 13th
4 AND C-ROOM MODETOJnolliBi
lent Inqulra 478 TV. Jth ShK
MODICRN ".-ROOM HOUE
range. j23. 31S E tl w.
3 ROOMS. HALL. ETcTTiuiM---Enrjuiro
3C7 3rd avenue- iPWJ
fi-ROOM MOD, GAS, rTHsM
4th ave Hyland 3g7-R- , '
MOD. NEWLY 1 AL U'.Ui., i'BI-'
brick. C3G So. 2nd Weil. iKjl
7-ROOr MODERNl?0USTril, r?
' XV. 1st North. WantdttijMC
4- ROOM MODERN. CLoiincMP
bard Inv. Co.. TV. BrotjtK-
f 20- -5-ROOM MODERN, USr
a nd chicken yard. Key it
5- ROOM MODERN BRICK,
520 East 10th South. 'Wf
S-ROOM NEW. MOnERX "JF"
partly furnl?h:l or ui'ifer
Green st. Key at S45. Kitn
4 -RQQM COTTAGE IX M'lft'
TWO ROOMS. SUMMER KTTCE
cellar. 363 South Sth E"t.''gPT
SlS.OO-r.-P.OOM MOD.: BATH, Ml it '
Iiik porch, drcplace. 10:0i'IM:f,H
Hyland 2095-.I. Wnnr
NEW 4-ROOM iuTjr75ciKlc"
)rance. 3D E. No. Tsmpli. iK
G-ROOM MOD.. 51 HBfeu
newlv decor.itefi. I?ir fig1
,L. Dcn'ham Co., XV. 4133, TS Mhjr
MODERN S-ROOM HOUSE.
coin aVc., Sth South bet. ,Qh7r
r.pst. " -jHlr
C-ROOM STRICTLT 3J2?Hl.
TU'O S-ROOM. THOROi:0HBi
ern rpsldeuecst f airl TO P
333 jier monlh each. Ini'ilrt-
S2K PER MONTH. G-7tW)yJR
2 bloek.s- from btwln 'Si
desirable. Call No. 3,
DO YOU WANT AX IjjBSj!
cTo-se In'' Then here U IflKpTT
F-r. new mod. hnnvalow. !
furnace. Call No. ''JH.
7-ROOM BRICK. LARpf fiBto
water. . llphtP' 011 nf
r.nd Sib East. 11th
Investment Co., 1 B. Tlrfp
DON"" RE TOO MBA,GEL?iK
Berlptions in yor vTanis-"!
Important fa ''Is.
NEW SIX-ROOM MornEpis
bumralow, sleeping p0rCJB'jg1
VOR RENT. ItJSSfe
flat, sixteen dollar?: 1W ijEJI
street. Phone Hy. Hl---:MRHr
MODERN ROOMS. r.SSfr
ranye; rent very , J"5gr3fBf. Bj
dall U.-race. 4th and 3th
TVO-ROOM SWTES WnjMjJc
heat. pas. and c. ''i,,?; fiilM
$5 wk. or $20 mo. PI
earnlnrr power. iVsRM
are within the ?f,5tiit
venJenco. h. Q,lfo(ii0R; c,)Hm
coal Jin;, 1"" Mgli
inp rooms- modern.
rooms. 437 ho. "L