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24 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1QJ3. !B
HI TAFT SENDS LETTER
1 TO PRIZE POTATO 80V
WBt Idaho Lad Receives Congrat-
IH1 illations From President on
H His. Industry and Success.
Iffitlh- TWIN FALLS, Nov. J. Master Buona
Kvbcrts. 11 yjjar old. living two miles
HB north of Jerome, thin week received a
HBfl personal letter from President Taft oom-
Ipllmcntlng him on Ills micciss In potato
culture. Maxtor Buena tlila summer en
tered the otalo-prow.lng contest which
Professor Massy, superintendent of the
Jerome schools, otgunlzcd among the
Jhjj-x of hi district. Mix success In the
work won for him n. trip to tho state fair
at Bolre Iat.1 month where Ids potatoes
were placed on exhibition. and won three
first jri::e nsrsregatlng J55.
Major Fred It. Reed, of Wendell. pur
chased the bcit half htiahcl for 15 and
enl t!i!ii to President Tnft with on ex
planatory letter regarding the youthful
grower of tho potatoes. The president,
upon receipt of the potatoes, promptly
Nnt Muter Buena tho following letter,
which the lad prizes verv highly:
REVERLV. Marti. -My dear Mast-r
BueiiA: Through the courtesy of
Major Reed I have received some of
the prire potatoes which you earned
In :i recent eonteat. and write to
congratulate you on the excellent
product of your Indudry. You de
xerve a great deal of credit. It li
inch contest an tills xnd Mich suc
rfnicJ (hut will stimulate Intercut In
agricultural pmxnltg and make for
better farm products. Sincerely voura,
W. II. TAFT.
Th lad I further complimented by the
pi nldent In hlo letter to Major Reed, rta
BEVERLY. Mx- Mv Pear Major
Reed: Mrs. Tnft ha n.sked me to
thank you for .our letter of October
2, nnd for the liox of potatoes which
you were good enough to aend. Wc
have found them to be excellent, and
It affords me pleasure to write n let
ter of commendation to the hoy who
lalserl them. With nn assurance that
your courtesy Ik much appreciated, I
am, sincerely your?.
W. II. TAFT.
I TO BUILD SUGAR FACTORY.
Jrsse Knight Reachen This Decision Be
cause. He Says, Wilson Will Win.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PLEASANT GROVE. Nov. 5. "When
1 found otit a few doya nso that Wilt-on
would surely be elected president and the
Tentornit pet control of the government
I Immediately signed a contnict to build
a sugar factory at Payson. I Knew 1
would set a square dual from the Dcmo-cnus.-1
Uncle Jes-t-e Knight ?ald tho foregoing
to a large crowd of Democrats ut a. hi?
rlly and vocia here tonight. Alma
Greenwood read Wilson's message to the
American people. Mat. Thomas spoke
I Badger at Brigham.
Special to Tho Tribune,
v RRIOHAM CITY. Nov. 2. At a Re
publican rail In this city tonight attend
ed by h tout' son persons, .Slate Senator
Carl Rodger gave a Hpocch lasting one
hour. dciOIng with national Issues prin
cipally. H devoted considerable time to
the Republican party and its achieve
ments back tin fnr as Abraham l.lncolti.
slating that nil important legislation since
that tlmo had been fonnuluted and
p5cl bv BpubllcJinp. Touctilng upon
local affair? lie referred to the passing
of the liquor regulation hill In the )n.t
'"glxlHture, suiting that tho Republicans
iintl lived up to their pledges In this rc
tpoct. He alo considered th,s convict
Inbor measure an Important Re
fording ijovcmor Spry. Senator Radscr
xald. in substance: "My relations with
tho chief oxceutlve ff tbp stale, icb fonie
of you may be aware, have not alwaj.s
Wen of a harmonious nature, yet there
was no or a. head of a state In the union
with a, truer h'-art than that which bents
ivlthltj tho ehl"f oxorutiw of the sUite
of Utah." He defended Spry un the stat
lundx i-hargea. stating that thoxc were
th b!ckcit of falsehood.-.
IPathfluriors In Utah,
Special to The Trlbiino.
ritlCn, Nov. 2. -Tho pathfinder! of tho
tTHiiscontinentnl auto muj reach'd
Green River tonlcht. where they wer
met by rcpresenlaiiv.;a yf I'll..", Including
Miijor Olson. .1. M. Whltmore. Ct-cnzr
NImmi and several other Individual u ho
are Interrxtl In the mkco. ,.f Hid rondt
who went In their private inachlm. The
PxthtlndTx lll lo pllotetl from Cirocn
River through rKihon and Kim-rv coun
ti. They v.!l coiii. by way of "the lllg
Spring; ranch to Price, where u chlekou
Jinnr Is being prepured fop them. There
In much Interen taken In litis entcr
prlne in CxiIkjii and Emery countlea.
ISpsuinh Pork Meeting.
Special to The Tribune.
SPANISH FORK. Nov. ".. -EUxs :ian
jen. prix-lnct cliRlrman, prcxlded at u
urge Republican rally In the opera
houfr- tonight. State Senator (.X. A. Iver
s" 'f Carlon -cunty wis the principal
sptwkvr. c;ovornor Wllliuui Spry ami
Attorney Oner! A. R. ItHriiex were c.v
peciol. hut did jKt ttppenr.
IHally at SpriugvMc.
Special to The Tribune.
Sl'RINGVir.LE. N,,v. ?. -The lx: Rr.
tmblliMu rwllr f.r this CBnimlun at
sprltjEn-llle mhx held her tonight. John
h. Smith, prcchict chalrmnn. predel.
Spnhe were niude by .Ixmtw T. IIhio
mond. former xn-retnry of tat- wi,i
llnn-ey fluff. ml Mute for district et
tornoy for Utah eoutity. Th oprn
Ikiiixo was crowdel.
I Utah Boy J?T07rticd in Idaho.
Spcclul to The Tribune.
PROVO. Nov. s.-A Lde-ram mus r
cjlvrd hero tlilx morning tjUlner that
If"' I,,,rri5-"--old ,t, of ytr. nnd
Mrs. , J riKiuwts. wiw drowiml in tho
Portneuf river xt RoU, yetenlr :"fi..
body iu,d not b7;S .
ere.1 at ilark Jaxt nt:ht. The boy irax -gnujdx.,1,
,,f Mr. and Mr. F. c
lUlhenbuck of (Ida Hit.
I Park City Ore Shliuncut.
8pcll to The Trimo-.
PARK rrrr. Not. :.Or tSJnincatx
i UU Ml C AAA
wnr ::::::::::: pjf;go
I Democratic P.ally.
petial to Thi. Trlbtin
PROVO. Nov. ? Th. tVMv.r.L hrr.
br,a a torchlight tvr- rM.)ii mimI opn-xir
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James F. Dunn, a Native of
Utah Count), Dies as Re
sult of Paralysis.
Fpcolal to The Tribune.
PROVO. Nov. 2. .tunica I'. Dunn, olio
of tho native suns of Utah- county, died
at his home In the Sixth ward" at Z:u
p. in. today. IIo wxs born Jn AmerlCHii
Fork. Ortobor 1, 1SG1, and caniu to l'rovo
with his tuireiitf, Mr. and Mrs. .luinifc
I'unu, when B. boy. nud hnd made htx
home here xlnce. In i ii- life, hu wax
uxocia4ed with hl fxthor In the uier
vautlle Imslncfx In thlx city. Fur ten
ycxin or more' he luid trxvele! throiiKh
out l'tah Mild the u.-xt rupreeiit lug
Wliolexxle hoiixex of l'tah.
Wlill xt the wcMlng of his daughter
kiMt night, which held In lbs Sixth
wartl IihII. Mr. Vmiiui suffered st paralytic
stroktj of t lie left .lde. u w.un tx'ken
to hlx home and two hours later became
nncoiiscloiix and renialiit-l In that con
dition till th.. end. lie Ix J-urviVed hy ti
father. .TMinfX liiinii of Mamnioth; a
widow. rl children xnd u tiiiiiibr ot
brothers and .Hterj.
PIKE GIVEN FREEDOM
BY SUPREME COURT
Th xiatr rupreine tworl yesterday
rr-aiit-d x writ of hsbeax corpus to Will
Isin Pikf. 1mi tms hen confined In th
county Jxi; cn rtlr of Jutlse "W.
Morse, fr fxPiire to my his Ife, .o
huntta pike. io hsck nMnionv. After Plk
had been In hUi for several dais petl
llon for x writ of liAhesx mpim vrax tiled.
In which It th st out tTxt ptke'x. n
rsrceniilAn u for an Indcicrotinaio
Derlnd. that hp wax an old man and that
his conftuotnxnl mlsht Ivive terioux effect
un hlx health.
The css was xrsne,) yeaterdnv sftet
jmx.m nnd the supreme court onlerttl hlx
release. A fe-w dx,s MCi the mine
tribunal xuxlaltted the Judcinont of the
lower oxy-t In zranting n final decree of
d I vote to Mis. Pike.
I 1 Wrst 13th South: De Frank Kennel
I Co.. Not r. 111$ ttli vc. I'hono 1SC-M.
PLtHVIS AND HAIR WORK
VJhi.pW inlPKEtt "Albn?ROToU)
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NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notfcs Is hrrcby given .that swtled bids
will lit received by the undersigned up
to " p. m.. December Hrd. ID12, for the
mate rials and labor required In the erec
tion of the UTAH STATE CAPITOT,
Bl'lLDINO. IN SATT LAKE CITY.
UTAH, according to plans, specifications,
and drawings, which are open for In
spection at the offlco of
I RICHARD KLETTINO. ARCHITECT.
H15-r Felt bldg..
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH,
land all bids and proposals at tho above
j time will be publkly opened and reaa
t In tho office oT the Statu Capitol Com
mlislon. 211 Felt building. Salt Iake
f City. Utah.
i All bids must he mldrcsyed to:
, "UTAH STATE CAPITOL COMMIS
SION." J SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH,
and marked In the lower left-hand cor
ner: "Bid for Utah State Capitol Bund
ling," namlmr at the funio time th kinds
; of work which the bid covers, for ex
ample: "Bid for entire job. exreptlng hcat-
ing, plumbing, electric wiring,
! "Bid for stone work:
I "Bid for plastcrlnc."
tele., or such blciK can he deJIvared to tho
Cnpltol Commission at the said time and
i plsce for opening Funic.
Rids must not contain conditions,
j Qualifications, propositions or any other
'hlnc ihun thone mentioned In plti:i3.
jt-pcclflcutlons. drawings, contracts and
IbondK. and blddern must use the form of
ihldo. which will be found at the offlco
of an Id architect, nnd no other form of
bid will be received.
A certified check or cashier's cheek on
lome bank In Salt Lake. City. Utah, for
at least 5 per cent of the amount of
each bid must be enclosed. Each cheek
is to he made payable to the under
signed, and Is to be forfeited to the un
dersigned In case the bid Is accepted and
the bidder does not enter Into the con
tract within ten davs after Its accep
tance, for the faithful execution of the
contract nnd bond hereinafter men
tioned. The proposed form of contract shall
be the "Uniform Contract Revised.
1907." and the form of bond to be used
Is hereto appended.
A bond must be furnished for one-half
the amount of the hid. ivlth good and
fiufffc!ent sureties, nil satisfactory to the
t The plans and specifications will be
open for Inspection and nso at the
architect's office In rooms 41H-120 Felt
bldg.. and at the office of the Utah State
Copltol Commission. 211 Felt building.
If any bidder desires to have one or
more set of plans for his exclusive use,
the architect at his option may furnish
tbem n:r:inst rt dcnOfdt to 111 til of S7" for
each set of plans. Jl." of which will be
refunded on the return of the first set
of plans, etc.. and a refund of $25 each
on any of the subsequent sets, provided
said plnns. etc.. arc returned In reason
ably sood condition nnd within two weeks
after bids are opened.
The plans and soeclficn lions are the
propcrtv of the architect and In all cases
must be returned to the Hrchitcet. and
In no case shall the deposit constitute
a purchase price.
Bidder4; residing outside of Salt ITke
City must pav for the expressngo of
plans, etc.. both ways In all coses. ,
The undersigned does not ohllcate It
self to accept the lowest or any bid.
The competency :nd responsibility of
bidders and of their proposed sub-contractors
will receive careful considera
tion In the award.
The bids will ho received for the fol
1. For the building complete, as speci
fied. 2. For the building complete, except
ing heating, plumbing, electric wiring.
.1. Cement, plain and reinforced con
crete work. Including excavations, struc
tural steel, and selling of came.
4. Stone work, cutting and setting.
"Biirlc work anil tho setting of terra
colta. 0. Furnishing of terra-cotta.
1. Carpenter work.
Sheet-metal work. Including slcy
i lights nnd floor light.
9. Marble work, tcrraszo and tile
11. Miscellaneous and ornamental
steel, Iron and brass work.
12. Combination of bids sections ;;, 1
I 10. Heating.
I. x Electric wiring.
The undersigned shall have the right
to reject any or all bids and to walvo
any informalities. In any proposal.
Dated at Salt Lake City. Utah, this
2th day of October. 1012.
UTAH STATE CAPITOL COMMISSION.
NOTICE OF DELINQUENT ASSESS
ASSESSMENT NUMBER 7.
Abiaham Irrigation Company. Princi
pal place of bujln"s:. SSI South Main
street. Salt Lake City. Utah. Notice:
There are delinquent upon the following
described stock, on account of assess
ment No. 7. levied on the 26th day of
Angusl. 1912, Ihe several amounts
opposite the name's of tbc respective
sliHioholders as follows:
No. Cert. Name. No. shares. Ami.
11 Harry 11. Allvn .. 10 JIO.T.O
.'2 Helene B. Wllbar (Lang
worthy) , 40 lO.r.O
-7 lleen p.. Wllbar (Lang-
worthyl ,0 20.50
SI F. S. Guggenheim to 10.r,0
r7 Julia A. Mason ct a .. SO 20.fi0
in Anthony Cauovnn SO 20.50
173 Anthony Canwnn 10 10.50
Ht llnrt .1. Fitzgerald SO 20.50
210 F.lla O. Ilieknian SO 20.30
?2K Van Y). Spalding .. .... SO 20.50
2S5 Arthnr.I. Westovor .. ..40 10.50
200 Van D. Spalding 40 10.50
231 Joseph II. Matidcrfield .. 10 10. ."0
3f0 Cary K. Cooper .. 10 10.50
Sit; llogan Brothers ioo 25. "n
X2I Amandu E. Glegley .... 40 IV. Si"
ri23 Ma:en J. Hansen 10 10. SO
.".30 Alex. W. Reld 12U HO. SO
Richard Parker 120 30. 50
John A. Johnson 10 10.50
I una Id Uogan 100 25.50
Peter Pctcivon 10 ij.oft
Charier- Burke jo 10.50
5SI II. .1. Fitzgerald 20 5.50
251 P.. Shepherd 10 10.50
350 CnMn B. Bench 40 IP. 50
-75 Mrs. f E. J. Rice .. .. 0 10.50
405 John Sellers jo 10 50
120 i. v. Trent i i;r -to.r.o
122 N. T. Henderson 70 IS. 00
421 V.. O. .e0 SO 20.50
42S George A. Cole IS 11.50
113 .tame W. Ilocgan.
Pledgee . . . . 51 1 7D.0O
411 Rosavej II. Aahton 100 40.50
MS National SnvlngK & Trust
1D .National Savings & Ttui
Co S00 200.50 i
451 Alma Moss nnd Horace
S. Rurtenslmw 10 10.50
let Utah Banking Co 010 "10 50
17 P. T. Black 25 fi.75
W Thomas Paine Franklin 30 s nn
47 Utah Banking Co tPO 100.50
47". Utah Blinking Co (ft 10.50
47. Utah Banking C'-t a 10.50
t77 Utah Baking "o (ft 10 50
4S1 Vun D. Spalding ?o to. so
493 Delta Investment Co. 1900 25'n.r.o
and In accordance with low. and an or
der of the board of directors mode on
th :fith day of August. 1012. so man--i4mre
of erh parcel of nueb slo"k nn
may h necearj. will , Mild at the .f
ftVe of the er,wpinv. x,,. f?m,tti Main
Ktreej. Salt Lake I'iti. 1'tnh n the -n,
day nt November. 1?I2. al the boor of
2 p. in., to imy delinquent aseaiinti
thereon, together with the cost of ad
vertising and cxpcnsiM of thi sai.
CHAPJ.ES TYNG. Secret nrv,
Ahmham Irrigation Company
Sftl South Mahi St.. Salt Luk- t'lt. Utah
Sole date, November 27. 1?12, 2 ji. m'
JBAKKS AND BANIONO
nt Sal: Iike CUy.
Foreign exchange: travelers" cliquj
Interest paid on time ami savlnra dV
po!ts; your account, large or small, vrill
rtcetvn caroful attention. II. P. C.a-k
prnkhlent: Jonn J Daly, vie r-resldrn:'
A. A. Ptabody. cnhUr.
M'COP.NICIC Jt CO.. "
EALT I AKK CITY. UTAIL
MASONIC NOTICE MT. MOULUL!
lodge No. 2. F. & A. M.. will hold a
special meeting tomorrow (Monday)
evening at 7;30 o'clock for the purpoKc
of ix-celvlng tho past grand masters and
past mnsters at their nunual visitation.
Work In the F. C. degree will be per
formed. Visiting brethren cordially In
vited. GERALD R. YEARSLEY.
320-ACHE NON-RESIDENT HOME
stead, convenient to city, one-third In
cultivation: Uulldlng. Improvements,
growing crops, relinquishment, for less
than cost of Improvements. C. G.
Gatrell. 311 D. F. Walker bldg. kK7S
FOR RENT LODGEROOM WIT 1 1
hardwood floor. Apply room t. Maekln
tosh block. " h3!6l
ACACIA LODGE NO. 17. F. & A. M.
Masonic temple. First South and Sec
ond Eaet. Regular meeting!) first Satur
day of mouth. Members of sister lodges
and sojourning brethren cordially Invited,
R. E. WIGHT. W. M.
F. A. McCARTY. Secretary. xlSSO
EL KALAH TEMPLE. A. A. O. nTm. S.
Rcgulr sosslonn held at Masonic
temple, corner Second East and First
South, the third Wednesday In each
month. Sojourning nobles invited to at
tend. C. H. Fischer. 111.. Potentate: J.
M. Marriott. 111. Recorder.
j . ARGENT A LODGE NO. 3.
, F. AND A. M. At Mason-
"r 'c temple, corner Second E.
ind First South streets, first
.f w Tuesday of each month.
Members of sister lodges and sojourning
brethren Invited. N W. Ucwctt. V. M:
Moses C. Phillips. Secretary.
MT. MORIAH LODGE No. 2. F. fit A.
M. Masonic hall, second Mondav each
month, corner First South and Second
East. Members of sister lodges and so
journing members In good standing In
vited. C. R. Yearsley, W. M.
WASATCH LODGE NO. 1. F. & A. M.
Masonic temple, corner First South and
Second EusL Regular meetings second
Friday of each month. Members of
sister lodges and sojourning brcthron
cordially Invited. E. O. Lcatherwood. W.
M-; A. J. Lowe, Secretary.
LINDS CHAPTER No!
1. Order 0f Eastern Star
Masonic temple. Stated
uieetlns3 first Friday
each month. Visiting
members will receive a
JENNIE R. B RECKON.
"W. M.; NELLIE T.
V MIZPAH CHAPTER- NO.
3, Order Eastern Star.
JzXxr Stated meetings first
da-ZSy Monday of each month.
-SSfg!K Masonic temple, corner
1?7Q Second East and First
15T South. Visiting members
V cordially Invited.
GERTRUUE E BENJAMIN. W. M
LOUISA STEWARD. Secretary.
ELECTA CHAPTER NO.
Wv -0 s' Order Eastern Star
JCA?3 Stated mcetlnga third
tfZzfiy Tuesday of each month.
W&t Mabonlc temple, corner
fv35. Second East and First
W South Visiting members
r cordially Invited.
uUCENA MARCEL. W. M.
MARY L. TAYLOR. Secretary.
A. A. S. RITE TUB FOUR. CO-ORDT-nato
bodies of the A. A. S. Rite of Free
Masonry will hold stated meetings tho
third Thursday in each month at tho Ma
sonic temple, corner First fa'oulh and Sec
ond East. Sojourning orelhreti Invited.
L. U. Mardlnc, 32d dog. . ,
M. M Jordan lodge of Perfection No. 3.
M. E. Llpmun, 22d dos
W. M. James Lowe Chapter of Rose.
Croix No. 1.
Charles B. Jack. K. C. C. H.
Commander of Salt Lake Council of Ka
dosh No. 1.
C. H. Fisher. 32d deg.
M. of K. Conslstorj- No 1.
Gerald R. Yearsley. 32d deg.
Register for all the bodies.
UTAH COMMANDER Y NO. 1. KNIGHT
Templar Staled conclave held lr. Ma
sonic temple, corner Second East and
First South, tho first Thursday of each
month. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially
Invited to attend.
F. C. RICHMOND. E. C.
E. O. LEATHER WOOD. Recorder.
UTAH CHAPTER. NO. LB, A. M.
Stated convocation second Wednesday
In each month at Masonic hall, corner
Second East and First South streets.
Companions eordlallv Invited- John T
'Sreckon, H. P.; Moses C. Phillips. Secre
tary. Independent Order of Odd Fello-rs
JORDAN LODGE NO- 3. 1. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday night at I. O.
O- F. temple. Visitors Invited. C. Cam
eron. N. O.; A. 1,. Weaver. V. G.; W. T.
Hopkins, secretary. al37
I O. O. F. TEMPLE DIRECTOP.Y.
Subordinate lodges meet as follows:
Salt Lake- lodge. No. 2. Friday.
Enterprise lodge. No. 15. Tuesday.
MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE MEETS
first and third Saturday evenings of
each month at I. O. O. F. temple. o21"5 j
NAOMI REBEKAH LODGE NoTT
Meets every second and fourth Satur
day evenings of co'di month at Odd Fel- I
lows temple, Market st. n3553
Knlchts of Pythias.
SZn LANTHE-M YRTLb LODGE NO 1,
K. of P. Every Monday. K. of P. hall
123 E. 3rd South. Frank Erath. C C
N. W. Sonnedockcr. It. or R. and S. '
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO 3
Every Thursday evening, IC. of P. hall
161 2nd East. Harold Holmes. C. C- S
N. Randolph, K. of R. and S.
LINCOLN LODGE NO 2S. K. OF P.
Meets everv Saturday evening at" S
o'clock In IC. of P. hall, 123 E. 3rd South
entrance Linden hotel. L. C. Shaw. .Tr '
u.: a. u. uarrctt. . of R. and S.
ROYAL ARCANUM.' SALT LAKE COUN
cll No. 1317. Second and Fourth Wed
nesdays, K. of P. hall. 123 East 3rd South
street. Walter E. Jonc3. regent; v.. L
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE OFr'IF
Wor:d Salt Lako City lodge NoV'5o'
n'ects In the Moose clubrooms. 222 South
West Ternplo otrcet. Thursday nights
GEO. A. WHITAKER. Dictator
S. R. WELSH. Secretary-
FOR?:STERS OY AMERICA-Im b-'t
first and third Tiiefdavs oaeh m'nnth
at Eagles hr.ll. H. A. Welling. F. S
KNIGHTS OF T f 1 E M A CCA R EES, s"LT
lske ritv tent No. F.w-.. Thurs
day. I O. O F. hall. VIMtlng Kr,
FRATERNAL O RDER OF EAG LF
Salt Lako aerie No. 57 IJvcry Frldav!
S p. m . l.ngle hall.
a n e a t s a lt i .Xk ec am p 'rYoTTo'ii-:
M. W. A. Met evrrv rond.v n!gh at
C o'clock Pi th- Odd Fellow- l-mpt- P
Oplace. Visiting neighbor cordially' In-
EXCELSIOR CAMP VO "lOt:. MoDErTN
Wofldni-n. meets Tu'uy evenln-" n
M. W. A. ball. 1G1 Mnfn St. vW.2
neighbors weleorce- C. D. Smith V C
J. W. Ewln. clerk. ' ' "
UTAH CAMP y.O.' 33 w7 n.'rv. :
WednesJav evening. F. O. E. hall, if.3
S. W. Temrle. Vlgitlng iighborr wel
come. Je."- H Colllni. Consul: E. r
Scotland, with alt the flavors and
apices. Lc each. C for 2h. T -rvd.
McPhles Scotch Inn. two doors went S. L.
SAFES AND VAULTS
vaults alwjtys op hand. A few second
hand rafs for rato. Wrltft for circular
siieuly Safe .i au!i Co., 41 P. O. place
iRiBr.NE v a : r a d v p i' i,
P.I12. Andrea Anderson, wife of James
C. Anderson of Rexburg. Ida., aged 2b
years, uatlvu of Utah, and daughter u
Mr. nnd Airs. Christian Johansen of Ml.
Plensant. Utah. The remalnn will be
shipped to Mt. Plca.-rant today by Joseph
William Taylor, and the funeral services
will be held at Mt. Pleasant on Mon
dny. November 4,
SUNDERLAND--Funeral services for
Mrs, Jana Sunderiand. wife of George
O. Sunderland, who died in this city No
vember 1. will be held at the residence.
In.". Seventh avenue, at 12:30 p. in. to
day (Sunday). Interment will bo In tho
family plot in City cemetery.
EBER W. HALL. UNDERTAKER AND
embalmcn.lCt So. West Temple. Phone
13 0 O'DONNELL. UNDERTAKER
and cmhaliner, has moved to new loca
tion. 225-227 South West Temple street.
Really bldg. Phone 5S0 Q3303
LARKlN-l IULL UNDERTAKING JOM
pnn : modern chapel parlor: 255 So.
?nd East. Tekphono Wasatch f732.
Open day and night. klOO
HUDDART FLORAL CO.. 62 SO. MAIN
St. Phon 10G. Cut flowers and fu
neral designs. nlC32
THE LEADING FLORIST. W. W. KING.
214 E. 2nd So. Phone 37. b2!7
LARGE STOCKTO SELECT FROM. R.
McKcnzle. Display yards. 442 So State
Smith Premiers In excellent condition
for rental purposes; $3 monthly. thre
months for ?5: prompt service. Rem
ington Typewriter Co.. 172 South West
Temple. Phones Wasatch 77 and 7S.
WE RENT TYPEWRITERS.
All makes repaired, exchanged and sold.
Utah Typewriter Exchango Co., GG West
2nd South. Phone 130. Established 1904.
I HIGH-GRADE TYPEWRITERS OF ALL
! makes for sale or rent. STEWART
GLEESON CO TYPEWRITER EX
CKANOE. 3f. West 2ml South. g2871
' wll6v's - mereT conVidenttal
confinement, seclusion, legal adoption.
Mrs. F. Phillips, 11th E. bet. 12th and
13th So. Sugar Sta. llyland 1231-M.
PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOME:
doctors" and nurses' service; babies le
callv adopted. Elli Matin. 330 West 3rd
North. Wasatch 1403-R. c6M
Anon, 2CI So. Mali; t. Now forming
classes for new heslnners. Waltr. and
two-step guaranteed 12 lesions. Special
children's matlnco Saturdays. Social
Thursday evenings ioz pupll3. Tuition
reasonable. Open iO n. m. to S p. m.
NATURE 'S FERTILIZER.
SILTA.ICS. powered, dissolvent, odor
less, woodless: prepored for planls,
bulbs, lawns, shrubbery. Mfg. bv Taylor
Phosphate & Fertilizer .Co.. dealers In
fertile soils and fertilisers. 1167 Bneno
live. W. SCSl-W., fr sale by Peoples
Forwarding Co. Porter-Walton Co.
FURS AND TAXIDERMISTS
and taxidermist line. Wo curry com
plete lino of manufactured goods Clean
ing, repairing, re-dyelng and remodeling
at cut rates. 23 years In Salt Lake. R.
Stenzol Fnr Co.. 57 E. 3rd South g20G3
I PAY BEST PRICE FO RSECONcH.
hand goods. W Glickmau, 71 So. W.
Temple. Wasatch 4513. hi 760
ALSO KEY FITTING AND r.OlVwlRK
a specialty. S. L. Lock Woiks. Was.
054. hi 040
TAILOR MADE COSSETS
MRS. M. HATES. SPIREIlXOETs!
one year guarantee. 2G0 W. 3rd No.
Wasatch 23S0-.I. h!03S
COAL AND KINDLING
e. p. dbau coal! SIIokwood
and kindling. ICS East Uh South; both
LANCASTER DETECTIVE ANDCOlT
lection agency. 401 Bobtou bldg. Was
MAPLE LEAF DAIRY MILK. NONE
oeiter. i- quarts for st, de'lvcred. Glv.j
jus a trial. Wqs-iteh 72!i. h320?
tcrtiilnlng at homo, llyland 1GI-.I.
ROSELL. t'hE TAHJorI 75 SOSTAt'e
Suits and overcoats from 515 up.
LADIES' AND GENTS' TAILOR
C. 1ST 2j 'CONSTrrUTioN
building, opposite 'JL. U- M. I. Vou.- own
material made 110. hl3l
GOOD SHOOTING AT UAILEYDUCJv
lub. JI.'.O pr day. Apply to gtw.rd at
club. Shooting every da v. iiW'l
Wit. ROHEKT W. HAI.L.lOlnTiA'
AND ORAL I'RuPHVU.vli. tfW
RUBBER STAMPS AND SEALS
Phone-s J'.l. bl West 3n South.
H.-0. Uidl. bring .ljctll to Velvet Ini.'
parlors (IZ K. Ph South. hlilh
! WHERE TO STOP.
D R E S sTrXKINO SATISFACTION
g:aran;ecd PP-s r-asniblef i?i w
Cth S.uth. Wasatch GC1S J. hrr
Doing Things Quitf
There's muny an imperative foinnimul in ''
The necessity oC inceiing coiulitious ;it oncoioK
now impels .a large pari, of The Tribune "V;imsI (fe
This being quick to take advantage of coiHliJL'Jp;
the Wants ot special interest, l0 those, who ai-f,LRf
ready for emergencies. I 'fc?
Getting servants, linding a job, rcnliiijr. huyiit
exchangingall oi; (hose things nra hciiiir alcoiB
quickly by means of The Tribune Wants. tm.
TugITe'pTmcesaid for h. h.
goods; goods bought, sold or exchanged.
Buckeye Furniture Store. 143 So. Vv. T.
Was. 4G20. 3
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR OLD
clothes and shoes. E. Green. Wasatch
WANTED. ALL KINDS OF 2 NT) -HAND
furniture: highest prlco paid. Utah
Furnlturo Co., 132 West 2nd So. Was.
SECOND-HANDFUR N IT I " R E W A NT
ed ;it the Furniture Echanir 113 S.
W Temple. Bowers .t Evans Furniture
Co.. Wasatch 2107. hSIOl
II 11. GOODS BOUGHT. SOLD. Ex
changed. Glors .-i Co.. C2 W. 3rd So.
Was. 9 S3. e'-'3"-
WF BUY LADIES" AND MEN'S CAST
off clulhing; host prices. T. King. Wn
satch nnfil. U113
STORAGE, MOVING, PACKING,
house for household goods 200 prlvat
rooms vou cany the key. Moving, pack
ing shipping. Cut rates. Phonos 555.
Redman Moving & Storage Co. c!533
FURNITURE SHIPPED AT COT
freight rates: list your shipments with
us. We can save you money. Kcyser
Fireproof Storago Co. "Tho Fln-3t In
the West." ol70
WE SHIP TI. H. GOODS TO ANY PART
of tho United States. Cut rales. Kimball
Van Storage Co.. 75 So Main. m2fi83
! BANK, BAR AND OFFICE j
fixtures; opeclnl deslf,ii3 submitted on
application; household refrigerators,
carom and pocket billiard tables, bowling
alleys and supplies. Brunewlck-Balke-Collcuder
Co.. 150 lo 160 South 4th West.
Phono Waonlch 153. alOSG
W. L. WETHERBEE CO.. DESIGNERS I
and manufacturers of bar, bank, office
and storo Uxtnrcs; also agents for bill
iard, pool tables and supplies, fifflce and
factory. 15S-G0 West 1st So. Was. G22S.
tpaVeTn VET?olci7'Ri2G7sra R
trade mark or copyright, i.eo J. M.
Thomas, 30S Utah Saving & Trust bldg.
SCOTT & CO.. ALL COUNTRIES'.
terms reasonable. 22G-27 Judge bldg.
TEL."lIY. 2'.'1D FOR CARIU?r"TW:7;G
cleaning. S. L. Carpet Cleaning Co. 436
7th East. h."207
CARPIC'i: AND WALL PAPER CLEAN-"
Ing a npeenijy. Naliouul House i.'lean
Ing Cu., 215 Teinpleloti bblg. Was. I25t;.
t'OWERS M AKIONEA UxTTsrVUtU
news. O. W. Poweie. Thomas Mai Ion
taux, J. YT. McKlnney. Roger V. Powers.
Top floor front. Kcarns bldg. Bell !S50
J. S. Farrlnston. notary. n343:
D. L. OLESON. LAWYER.
307 Boston bldg. Wasatch t72. p630
DR. CLAUDE RI L) D LE," OST EO P ATI I
physician and nurgeon; suite 210 Koarns
bldg. Honrs 9 to 5. g2D17
DR. G. A. GAMBLE. G03 M'INTTRE
bldg. Hourr. 10 to 12 and 2 to 1. Wa
satch 52S1. g2705
CtiKinax fGreek). formerly of Mldvalo ,
a on ifuruem. ist Heard of in Idaho.
Any information will he gladlv receivod
by J. J. Parlo. 72 West Rioadwnv, Salt
Lake City. Utah. " (ni 7
lt. Lots of Salt Lake testimonials.
Lean, ihls scientific a, ONLV CURE.
t o. llyland 2315-M. SOD .Mclntyrc bldg.
CFRED M1Y ONYGEN?TRn7rT:"o7iK7.
iet. T,t of Salt l.ke testlm.inl.iH
Learn thin Kr,.fr u,, ONLY Ct'Ri;!
. rite or phone today. l'tah Oxypathor!
Co. II) land 23IVM. S00 Mclntyre bldg.
. h 1031
SIGNS AND SCENERY
lYachCUor' atM imM P,,5?I
MEN'S AND La D"DA?fLEAED '
and rebiOtk.d. Salt Lake Ha-. Facton- 1
C W 2nd South. Was. 2767. " 5M I
I el. g xay U I7'.2-IU w!0
Wi -1 h1 Ar?H. VTTsTf riTnaELL
loto-U. Upholstering, chair ncaned.
JAILOR MADE CORSETS
SPIRELLA ' ORHE''lr.Arr7i:7r
:-ti" Mr" Ma,,I, "y. r.m-J. 850 IC.
v ttf- km
!,, 'waV7H,V?!'VOrK lf
"llontnly- rem. rQ WE
t longest. Quit !? HB
cases In three to , ni 4,ltW
w interferenc lth r,C
15oublo strength I? V-P
LADIES l ASK TomThKp
For 26 yra V.'pV
ways RellobK Su-B1
Take no 0 ho- i'rn0vf -L'
5e?2 m ' i 2rC
ANY GIRL T7ERDiNO?tT
A find tjiem al the MrMfBJ
MARRIAGE P. ITiTlnrS-B41
ador. 10 eentV uBWfr
Club, box r.;.7. p'.Bgg ?
Cl IT THIS OUT Prm7:
"Irth date and jgRJ
scope, entire fe. v0t2
Lexington avenue. N w rji?
A LARGE PORTlbTToTfl
Ad rend ere have a
mind In searching tli4
looking for certain farii T
. J- B. KEVolTmMlS
A. W. ENSTON. D. D. gfc
over Grant dru; Mirt. (I R
a. m. to r. p. m. Pfc6fl
H. J. SMITH, death.:. Ui
tlon at Murray. 11$ 6x
DR. HODOES. DEKTISr"i
Brooky Arrnde bid;, Btfi
est. Wasatch SCSI. J
T'R. E. 11. CONOER. DENTJ
aniens work al nioiuiit 1 5
Sunday. 10 a jn. i : n. a I.E
bldg WasMleh o;;, Sf
DR. F. E MORGAN. DT77
Scott building. Ontij
Main st. CcmpclCiiUlUK
MAi'.Nl'.TIC AND UBnliiP
sage: Nev York 111lW;
cureil. Room 20 Gulciu bWRi
So. and Staloshij'
M. ALLEN VAl'OR BATH&
Suite 2. tg F11. 'Slain.
ELECTRIC Tl'RKIFH WljB
Masbage resides', or II! HMt'v
MASSAGE AND M VNIfTHOift--;
Maln room N'e. 2. K
sick, get well at pilrat inB,
valid?- Sanatorium. !$"
cecil .1- crciTr7auiaU
pin dors. So-callel 'I''aBllili'
femiilo trouble, our wdjB"
tatlon free. Suite W. g.,
ALL MAKES FOR Ji3Tf
Carpet cleaning JR.c-rJiw
trie Co.. 221 Atlas. V -
SANTO FOR SALE Bj?K
Ing. Electric deancrs '"5?lf.
Gleepnn Ce W. iri Ml
Ptel or any other rn
broken machine. and ifJM&v.,
1 for repairs vtaLWTi
Bronze Works. 1m '
ras:ltch l7 i.rp.Pi
UpetiiiimaTI praeue ' f-fcS-3rd
So. Hospital for 3J3 .
Was. 1S35-M. JSSKhA
ele'ctfTic vyi, C$Kkl
103 At 1.15 block. -"rj
Ti PS WRH'INgy -S-Sy
Gfhonhut'd u"d 'u'j
Walker l-I'le "B