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- THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1912, 11 H
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rf, Mont., writes: "T recom
ey's Honey and Tnr Compound
y pooplc, and M103 are novcr
ited with it. Foloy's Honey
Compound for coughs and colds
he best possible results. "
H SL TRADE MAKES
a -TORK. Nov. 3 The most slgnlfl
iture In the steel trade last week
i placing of heavy contracts for
steel products by largo cousum-
X,r , shipment over the third and
1 darters of 1913.
rkctiirert. otitstdr of rallroa
(l. 4 nt makers, apparently havo bo
14 f mvlnccd of the neceselty of coy
0Pj iielr requirement? far tthcad to
rafon8bl Hhlpmcnts next year,
vjr contracts included jstersl plates,
nd bands, steel plpf ami tin plate,
llc,t- icts for 251.000 ton? of railc worn
1 m 'Jrectly v-tb the mills or rcsirrvn
l9" ir made for 1013 rollings. Tho
niltS ' Placd ordirs for ncarlv 15.000
I nlnrly-sovon locomotives, with
On ti tlll In the marlcet for -10,000
, . i two locomotives.
. IiMi -Utput or stec) Ingots durliis the
. i-Bs 2.S00.000 tonf.. which nx
itftu hi' previous maximutn montlilv
r at least loO.OOn tons.
Export trade continued heavy
OUt Ocloher. Tho Cann.'plo Steel
ie If? ', foreign orders for 100.000
. iojr tho firH nine months of the
3DK2I ilCh If a' new hitrh record Sales
1 ft t 75.000 tons of Bessemer and .
11, On wer; made In the Pittsburg'
(loulit dlftrlcts durinc the week,
if Miniated that In all OlHtrlbutlnp
pl Iron contracts agRi-epated
0,000 tons, making the total for
::moro than OOO.ooo tons
MMjoy s appetite is often tli
SUlWv n,na2crnci,- lf von would
Bc""" aPpot'tc take Chnnibcr
ffivK. 'ots- u;y nofc 0lllv create
Hipy nn Petite, but strcug'tben tho
auti CUAblc it to do' its work
Wy. For sulo by all dealers.
'WANT AD CH,AJOES ARB
mforccful, reliable. Thousands
JBP1 GVry day.
I M.JV,aV on hand. A few ancond
ilWt?, fr,Ba'e- Wrtto for circular.
Uli C" 41 P" ' P,B073
ti.v.8'2426-M Glasses pre
gUhoUt tho uso of drops or nox-
. RZFpaTrING; WE RENT
'Wnodels tnado and perfected, a
K S?uJB?n Novelty Manfij. Co..
Wr Wag. 60l. 1,1377
HffS&Wfil81? T. 0UR STORE AND
mrttr cont discount 011 fall bulbs.
, .ggUon Co., 371 state. haoia
D. M MftERCHANTS BANK
ML Lae City.
' nSd nBe.S travcle"' cheques;
-j jihl a'ntlon. H. P. Clark,
i&y? casfiSr v,co Dro3ldunt:
-JULr n- , BANKERS,
itfvwEiL lake city tjtai-l
ZJJm ESTABLISHED 1873
B8E5BMENT NO- 2
v SB?o 9 ?ay ot October. 1012, as-
which this aP8oS8mnt
tor u LI .b dollnquent and
toent i 1 ublLc motion, and
1 modo befor. will bo
tS? adv.V'0"- tOKalher with
Mention rt11.,113' Secretory.
tJ"iwuion October 4. 1012. hOKt
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notlco Is hereby ?lvon that scaled bids
will bi received by the undesigned up
to 2 n- m.f W;cetnbr Hrd. 1912. for the
nthtcrlals and labor required In tho erec
y?-1!, 2i.Jhn TTTAII STATE CAPITOL
StlVP120' IN" SALT LAKE CITY,.
UTA II, according to plans, speclflrjitlonH,
and drawlnRf. which aro opon for In
spection at the office of
RICHARD KLETTINO. ARCHITECT,
it 415-120 Flt bid?.,
. ,?AT,T LA KB CITY, UTAH.
nl ,.',ds aJ Proposals at tho above.
tlmr will bo publicly opened and read
In tho ofTleo of the Slate Capitol Com
rnlsslon. 211 Felt building. Salt Laltt
b,ds must bo addressed to:
UTAH STATE CAPITOL COMMIS
SION." SALT LA ICE CITY, UTAH,
and marked In tho lowor left-hand cor-n-r:
"Bid for Utah State Capitol Build
In;?, naming at tho same time the kinds
of work which the bid covers, for ex
ample: "Bid for entire Job, excepting heat
ing, plumbing, electric wiring,
"Bid for stono work:
"Bid for plastering."
etc.. or such bids can bo delivered to tho
Capitol Commission at tho said tlmo and
place for opening same.
Bids must not contain conditions,
ciuallficiitlons. propositions or any other
thing than those mentioned In plans,
specifications, drawings, contracts and
bonds, and bidders must uso the form of
bids, which will ho found at tho office
of said architect, and no other form of
bid will be received.
A cortlflcd check or cashier's rheck on
sonic bank In Salt Lake City, Utah, for
at least 5 per cent of tho amount of
each bid must bo enclosed. Eacli check
Is to bo mad payable to tho under
signed, Rnd Is to bo forfeited to tho un
dorslgncd In case the bid Is accepted and
tho bidder does not enter Into tho con
tract within ten days after its accep
tance, for tho faithful execution of tho
contract and bond hereinafter men
tioned. Tho proposed form of contract shall
be the "Uniform Contract Revised.
1007," and tho form of bond to bo used
is hereto appended.
A bond must be furnished for one-half
the amount of tho bid. with good and
sufficient sureties, nil satisfactory to tho
Tho plnns and specifications will bo
open for inspection and uso at the
architect's office In rooms 415-120 Folt
bldg.. and at tho office of the Utah State
Cnpltol Commission, 211 Felt building.
If any bidder desires to have 0110 or
more sets of plans for his cxcluslvo use,
tho architect at his option may furnish
them against a deposit to him of S"? for
each set of plnns. J4n of which will be
refunded on the return of tho first sot
of plan3, cto., and a refund of $25 each
on any of tho subsequent sets, provided
said plans, oto., aro returned In reason
ably good condition and within two weeks
aflor bids aro opened.
The plans and specifications arc the
property of the architect and In all cases
must be returned to tho architect, and
In no caso shall the deposit constitute
a purchase price.
Bidders residing oulsldc of Salt Lake
City must pay for tho expressago of
plans, etc., both ways in all cases.
Tho undersigned does not obligate It
self to accept tho lowest or any bid.
Tho competency and responsibility of
bidders and of their proposed sub-contractors
will rccclvo caroful considera
tion In tho award.
Tho bids will bo received for the fol
1. For tho building complete, as speci
fied. 2. For tho building complete, except
ing heating, plumbing, electric wiring.
3. Cement, plain and reinforced con
crete work, Including excavations, struc
tural steel, and setting of same.
4. Stono work, cutting and sotting.
Brick work and the setting of terra
cotta. ?!. Furnishing of torra-cotta.
c. Carpenter work.
5. Sheet-metal work, Including sky
lights and floor light.
3. Marble work, tcrrazzo and tile
11. Miscellaneous . and ornamental
steel, iron and 'brass work.
12. Combination of bids sections 3, 4
I 15. Electric wiring.
Tho undersigned shall havo tho right
to rclcct any or all bids and to walvo
any Informalities In any proposal.
Dated at Salt Lako City. Utah, this
20th dav of October, 1012.
UTAH STATE CAPITOL COMMISSION.
NOTICE OF DELINQUENT ASSESS
ASSESSMENT NUMBER 7.
Abraham Irrigation Company. Princi
pal place of business, 351 South Main
street, Salt Lake City, Utah. Notlco:
Thore arc dollnnuent upon tho following
described storif. on account of assess
ment No. 7. levied on tho 26th day of
August, 1912, the several amounts set
opposite tho names of tho respective
shareholders as follows;
No, Cert. Name. No. shares. Amt.
11 TIarry II. Allyn 10 ?10.50
22 Hclene B. Wilbar (Lang
worthy) -10 10.50
27 Helone F- "Wllbar (Lang
worthy) SO 20.50
SI F. S Guggenheim 40 10.50
97 Julia A. Mason et aj .. SO 20.50
119 Anthony Canovnn SO 20.t0
173 Anthonv Canovnn 40 10.50
174 Hart J. Fltzgorald SO 20.50
210 Ella G. HlcUman SO 20.50
22B Van D- Spalding SO 20.50
2SG Arthur .7. "Wostovcr .. ..40 10.50
299 Van D. Spalding 40 10.50
294 Joseph II. Mnndcrflcld .. 41) 10.50
300 Carv IC. Cooper 40 10.50
31C Hogan Brothers 100 25.50
321 Amanda E. Glcgloy .... 10 111. 50
323 laron J. Hansen 4f 10.50
330 Alex. W. P.eld 120 30.50
Richard Parker 120 30.50
John A. Johnson 40 10.60
Donald Hogan 100 25.50
Peter Poterson 10 3.00
Charles Burke. 40 10.50
339 H. J. Fitzgerald 20 5.50
351 R. Shophord 10 10.50
359 Calvin Ti. Beach 40 10.50
37." Mrs. C. E. J. Rico .. .-40 10.30
405 John Sellers 0 10.50
420 S. V. Trent 1G0 40.50
422 N. T. Henderson 38.00
421 E. O. Lee SO 20.50
428 George A. Cole -11 11.50
443 James W. Uoggan,
Pledgee 311 70.00
114 Rosave II. Ashton ISO 40.50
ISS National Savings & Trust
Co S00 200.50
449 National Savings & Trust
Co 800 200.50
451 Alma Moss and Horace
K. BurlcnsliRAV 40 10. 50
454 Utah Banking Co OfiO 210.50
407 r. T. Black !!G 0.75
460 Thomas Palno Franklin 30 x.uO
470 Utah Banking Co 400 100.50
475 Utah Banking Co to 10-50
47 Utah Banking Co 40 10.50
477 Utah Baking' Co -1 10 . 50
4S4 Van D. Spalding 40 10.50
4?3 Delta. Investment Co. 1000 250.50
and In accordance with law. and an or
der of the board of directors niadn on
the 26th day of August. .1912, so many
shares of each parcel of such Htock as
may be necessary, will bo sold al the of
fice of the company. No 351 South Main
street, Suit Lak? City, Utah. on . the 27th
day of November, 1912, at tho hour of
0 p. m., to pay delinquent assessments
thereon, together with the cost, of ad
vertising and expenses of the saio.
Charles Ti.Nti, secretary.
Abraham Irrigation Company.
351 South Main SL. Salt Lake. City, Utah.
Sain date, Novcmbor 27. 1912, 2 p. m.
NOTICE CvF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET-
Tho annual meeting of tho stockhold
ers of the Horn Silver Mining Company
for tho election of directors for tho year
commencing January 1, 191S. will be hold
at the office of the company, rpom 305
McCornlck building. Salt Lake City, Utah,
on Tuesday, December 3. 1912, at 12
o'clock noon. Tho transfer books will
close on November 2, 1912. at 12 o'clock
noon, and reopen on November la. 1912,
nt 10 o'clock a. m.
EDWARD F. EMMETT, Secretary.
1 West 13th South; Do Frank Kennel
Co.. No. 2, 1118 4th ave. Phone 380R-M
lodge Xo. 2. F. A- A. M . will hold a
special meeting tomorrow fMonday)
evening nt 7:30 o'clock for the purpose
of receiving thr- past grand masters and
past ninhters at their annual visitation,
"ttork in tho F. C. degreo will be per
formed. Visiting brethren cordially In
vited. GERALD R. YEARS LEY,
FOR RENT LODOICROOM. WITH
hardwood floor. Apply room 1, Mnckln- I
tosh block. h34GL 1
ACACIA LODGE NO. 17. F. & A. M.
Masonic temple. First South and Sec
ond East. Regular meetings first Satur
day of month. Members of sister lodges
and sojourning brethren cordially Invited.
R. E. WIGHT. W. M.
F. A. McCARTY. Secretary. xl3S3
EL KALAIT TEMPLE, A. A. O. N.M. S.
Regular sessions held at Masonic
temple, corner Second East and First
South, tho third Wednesday In each
month. Sojourning nobles invited to at
tend. C. II. Fischer, III., Potentate: J.
M. Marriott, III. Recorder.
,lfi . ARGENTA LODGE NO- 3.
r '4 F. AND A. M. A t Mason
'c tcmplo, corner Second E.
md First South streets, first
' x Tuesday of each month.
Members 0: Mster lodges and sojourning
brethren invited. N. w. Hewotr, W. M.:
M03cs C. Phillips. Secretary.
MT. MORIAH LODGE No. 2. F. & A
M. Masonic hnll. second Monday each
month, corner First South and Second
East. Members of sister lodges and so
journing members In good standing in
vlted. G. R. Ycaralcy. W. M.
WASATCH LODGE NO. 1. F. & A. M.
Masonic temple, corner First South and
Second East. Regular meetings second
Friday of each month. Members of
sister lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially invited. E. O. Leatherwood. W.
M.; A. J. Lowe, Sccrotary.
LINDS CHAPTER NO.
Bk 1, Order of Eastern Star
ICrA . Masonic temple. Statod
21 meetings fiist Friday
TVWtr eftcn month. Visiting
Ir&jFSfk members will rccelvo a
gjr w cordial welcome.
r JENNIE R. B RECKON.
W. M.: NELLIE T.
k ; MIJ5PAH CHAPTER NO.
ffV 5. Order Eastorn Star.
J'XvrW Stated meetings first
U-iVrnf Monday of each month.
SwG&lgw Masonic tcmplo, corner
f,5aKk. Second East and First
W South. Visiting members
V cordially invited.
GERTRUDE E. BENJAMIN. W. ML 1
LOUISA STEWARD. Secretary.
ELECTA CHAPTER NO.
jftv 9 , Order Eastern Star.
Jv&i&F Stated meotlngs third
3?U?sffl Tuesday of each month.
"SV?X. Masonic temple, corner
l7k Second East and IlMt
W South. VIsltlug members
r cordially invited.
' LUCENA MARCEL, W. M.
I MARY L. TAYLOR, Secretary.
A. A. S. RITE THE FOUR CO-ORDI-
nate. bodies of tho A. A. S. Rlto of Freo
Masonry will hold statod mcotlngs tne
third Thursday In each month at the Ma
sonic temple, corner First South and Soo
ond East. Sojourning orcthren lnvltod.
L. H. HardlnK. 32d deg,
N. Ml Jordan lodge of Perfection No. 3.
M. E. Llpman. 3M deg.
W. M. James Lowo 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. Consistory No. 1.
Gerald R. Yearslcy. 32d deg.
Register for all the bodies.
UTAH COMMANDER Y NO. 1, KNIGHT
Templar Stated couclavo held In 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. LEATHERWOOD, Recorder.
UTAH CHAPTER, NO. 1, R. A.
Stated convocation second Wednesday
!n each month at Masonic hall. 'corner
Second East and First South streets.
Companions cordially Invited. John T.
Brcckon. H. P.; Moses C. Phillips, Secre
tary. Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
JORDAN LODGE N. 3. I. O. O. F
2ucct3 cvory Monday night at I. O.
O. F. temple- Visitors Invited. C. Cam
eron. N. G.; A. 7j. Weaver, V. G.; W. T.
Hopkins, oocrotary. al437
I. O. O. F. TEMPLE DIRECTORY.
Subordinate lodges meet as follows:
Salt Lako lodge. No. 2. Friday.
Enterprise lodgo. No. 15. Tuesday.
MIRIAM REBEKAll LODGE MEETS
first and third Saturday evenings of
each month at I. O. O. F. tcinplo. o2l75
NAOMI REBEKAH LODGE NO. 1
Meets every second and fourth Satur
day evenings of each month at Odd Fel
lows temple. Market sL n3553
Knights of Pythias,
CALANTHE-MYRTL13 LODGE NO. 1..
K. of P. Every Monday, K. of P, hall.
123 E. 3rd South. Frank Erath, C. C;
N. W Sonncdccker, It of R. and S.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3
Every Thursday evening. K. of P. hall,
161 2nd East. Harold Holmes. C. C; S.
N. Randolph, K. of R. and S.
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 2$, K. OF P.
Meets every Saturday evening at 3
o'clock In K. of P. hall. 123 E. 3rd South:
entrance Linden hotel. L. C. Shaw. Jr.,
C. C; A. O- Garrett, K. of R. and S.
ROYAL ARCANUM. SALT LAKE COUN
cll No. 1517. Second and Fourth Wed
nesdays, K. of P. hall, 123 East 3rd South
street Walter E. Jones, regent; E. L.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE OF THE
World Salt Lako City lodgo No. 259.
meets in tho Moose clubrooms. 222 South
West Tcmplo street Thursday nights.
GEO. A. WHITAKER. Dictator.
S R. WELSH, Secretary.
FORESTERS OF AMERICA MEET
first and third Tuesdays each month
at Eagles hall. H. A. Welling. F. S.
KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES, OALT
Lako City tent No. 2 Every Thurs
day. I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting Knighti
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
Salt Lako aerlo No. 67. Every Friday.
8 p. m., Eagles hall.
GREAT SALT IAKE CAMP NO. 10071.
M. W A. Meets every Monday night at
8 o'clock in the Odd Fellows temple, P.
O. place. Visiting neighbors cordially In
vited. EXCELSIOR CAMP NO. 10S32, MODERN
Woodmen, meets Tuesday evening n
M. W. A. hall, 161 Main st VIsltlt-g
nclKhbors welcome. C. D. Smith. V. C:
J. W. Ewln. clerk.
UTAH CXmP NO iiii W. O. W.
Wednesday evening, F. O. E. hall. 163
S, W. Temple. Visiting neighbors wel
come. Jesse H. Collins. Consul: E. W.
SCOTCH PIES, SUCH AS YOU ATE IN
Scotland, -with all the flavors and
spices. 5c each, 6 for 25c. T served.
McPhle Scotch Inn. two doors west S. L.
all diseases cured with his celebrated
Chlncao remedies. h!28
GATUKUyS UNIQUE SCHOOL OF
shorthand and typewriting. 313 D. F.
Walker bldg. h2905
dies' oxfords and shoes from 35c up.
Th reni, US Soijth Stato nt. hSIOS
WORTH EN fit Arthur Plant. Gar
field. Utah. Nov. C. 1312. at 2:30 p. in..
from accident, being caught in tho bolt at
the plant. Ernest E. Wort hen. on of
Wnlter and" Mary A. Grow Worthen.
born July 2C. 1SP4 in Salt Lake City. Un-;
dortakcr Jos. Wm. Taylor brought the
remains to Fait Lake In hln auto Sun
day evening at S:80. The remain will be
held to hear from part of the fmnlly that
nre out of the city. Funeral services will
be held at PI on sunt Grenn Ward. Time
w b announced later.
ANDERSON In this clly, November 1.
1912, Andrea Anderson, wife of James
"'. Anderson of Roxburc. Td:t.. aged 25
1 years, native of Utah, and daughter of
I Mr. and Mrs. Christian johanscn of Mt.
Pleasant. Utah. Tho remains will be
"hipped to Mt. Pleasant today by Joseph
William Taylor, and the funeral services
will be held at Mt. .Pleasant on Mon
day. November 4.
WMITELOCK. In this city. Nov. 3. 1912.
Mary Whltelock. aged SI years, at the
residence of her daughter. Mrs. Eliza
beth Stewart, 1353 Lincoln street. Fun
eral services will be held Tuesday, Nov.
5. 1912. at 2 p. m. at tho funeral chapel
of Ebon W. Hall. 16 1 S. West Temple
Tin remains will be shipped Wednesday
morning to Tooelo for Interment.
WILLIAMS In this city. November 3.
1912. Emma Williams, In her thlrtj
flfth year. Into of Green River. Wyo.. and
wife of Hyrum Williams of Green River.
Wyb. Funeral services Wodncsdav at 2
p. m.. from tho mission chapel of Under
taker Joseph William Taylor. 21 South
West Temple stroct. Friends are. Invited
to attend. Interment In City cemetery
SI'NDERLAND Funeral services for
Mrs. Jane Sunderland, wife of George
O. Sunderland, who died In this city No
vember 1, will be held at the residence.
455 Seventh avenue, at 12:30 p. m. to
day (Sunday). Interment will be in the
family plot In City cemetery.
CARD OF THANKS
WE WISH TO EXPRESS Ol'R THANKS
to our relatives and friends for their
kindness and smpathy during the illness
and death of our beloved wife and mother.
GEO. 0. SUNDERLAND AND FAMILY
EBER W. HALL. UNDERTAKER AND
cmbalmer, 164 So. West Tcmplo. Phono
E. G. O'DONNELL. UNDERTAKER
and embalmer, has moved to new loca
tion. 225-227 South West Tcmplo street.
Realty bide. Phono 580. o3393
LARKIN-HL'LL UNDERTAKING COM
pany; modern chapel parlors, 255 So.
2nd East. Telephone Wasatch 5732.
Opon day and night. k409
HUDDART FLORAL CO.. 62 SO. MAIN
st. Phono 106. Cut flowers and fu
neral designs. n!632
THE LEADING FLORIST, W. W. KING.
214 E. 2nd Sn. Phono 37. b297
LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. R.
McICenzlc. Display yards. 442 So Stato.
rsmTngtons! m3narchs and
Smith Premiers in excellent condition
for rental purposes; $3 monthly, threo
months for $5; prompt service. Rem
ington Typewriter Co., 172 South West
Temple. Phones Wasatch 77 and 78.
WE RENT TYPEWRITERS.
All makes repaired, exchanged and sold.
Utah Typewriter Exchange Co.. 66 WoBt
2nd South. Phono 430. Established 1904.
HIGH-GRADE TYPEWRITERS OF ALL
makes for salo or rent STEWART
GLEESON CO TYPEWRITER EX
CHANGE. 36 West 2nd South. g2S71
confinement, seclusion, logal adoption.
Mrs. F. Phillips. 11th E. bet. 12th and
13lh So. Sugar Sta. Hyland 1231-M.
PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOME;
doctors and nurses' sendee; babies le
gaily adontcd. El'n t.-srtln. 33C West 3rd
North. Wasatch 1493-R. 36QS
SILTAKA, powered, dissolvent, odor
less, woodless: prepared for plants,
bulbs," lawns, shrubbery Mfg. by Taylor
Phosphate & Fertilizer Co., dealers In
fertllo soils and fertilizers. 1167 Bueno
ave- W. 36S1-W., fr sale by Peoples
Forwarding Co. Porter-Walton Co.
FRUITS AND COAL
Fruits. Vegetables and All Kinds of
Fancy Groceries, Hay. Grain. Coal and
WASATCH 5142. 330 S. W. TEM.
and taxidermist line. Wo carry com
plete line of manufactured goods. Clean
ing, repairing, re-dyelng and remodeling
at cut rates. 23 vears Tn Salt Lake. R.
Stenzel Fur Co.. 57 E. 3rd South. c2065
PLUME AND HAIR WORK
feathers, faultlessly cloanod, curled and
dyed any shado; switches made from
your combings $1.00 and up, according to
size. IPS South 2nd East. h3014
I PAY BEST PRICE FOR?:COND
hand goods. W. Gllckmau, 71 So. W.
Temple. Wasatch 4513. hi 760
ALSO KEY FITTING AND LOCICUK
a specialty. S. L. Lock Works. Was.
COAL AND KINDLING
E. I". DEAL. COAL. BLOCK WOOD
and kindling. ICS East 4th South: both
lection agency. 401 Boston bldg. Was.
MAPLE LEAF DAIRY MILK. NONE
better. 12 uuarts for Jl, delivered. Give
us a trial. Wasatch 729. h320S
tertainlng at home. Hyland 161. J.
Suits and overcoats from 115 up.
LADLES' AND GENTS' TAILOR
CT "wT hTHU 22TCONSTrr5tJThDN
building, opposltn Z. C. M, I. Your own
rnatcrlnl mado up. hl34
LaJJIEs J100V REWARD. I POSITIVE
ly guarantee my great auccensful
' "Montnly" remedy; lately relieves om
of tho longest, moat obstinate, abnormal
cases In three to five days; no harm, pain
or Interference with work; mall ll.sf.
Double trength J2. Dr. 1J. P. Southing
ton Rrinedy Co.. Kansas City. Mo. ell
LADIES! ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR
Chlchesters Pill?, the Diamond Brand.
For 16 years known as Beet. Safest. Al
ways Reliable. Buy of your Druggttt.
Take no other. Chichester Diamond
Brand Pll! tola oy Druxft'ta -vary-where.
ANY GIRL NEEDING FRIENDS WILL
find them at tho Salvation Army. Ad
dress all communications to Mrs. Adju
tant Sloate. 521 Eaat Third South street.
Salt Lako City. n2433
CUT THIS OUT FOR LUCK SEND
birth date and 10c; wonderful horo
scope, entire life. Prof. Raphael. 499
Lexington nvenue. Now York. glS57
A LARGE PORTION OF THE WANT
Ad reader havo a definite point In
mind In searching the Wants they are
looking for certain facts.
goods; goods boucht. sold or exchanged.
Buckeve Furniture Store. 143 So. W. T.
Was. 4629. g906
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR OLD
clothes and shoes. E. Green. Wasatch
WANTED. ALL KINDS OF 2ND-HAND
furniture: highest prlco paid. Utah
Furniture Co.. 132 West 2nd So. Was.
Second-hand furniture want-
ed at tho Furniture Exchange, 113 S.
W. Temple. Bowers .t Evans Furniture
Co.. Wasatch 2107. h3191
H. H. GOODS BOUGHT. SOLD. Ex
changed. Glers & Co.. 62 W. 3rd So.
Was. 983. e2372
WE BUY LADIES' AND MEN'S CAST
off clothing; host prices. L. King. Wa
satch 6064. k!13
Wasatch G62S. Good set teeth. J5.00.
A. W. ENSIGN, D. D. S.. Sugar House
over Grant drug store. Office hours 9
a. m. to 6 p. m. Phono Was. 1473.
H. J. SMITH, dentist. Is at his old loca
tlon at Murray. 116 So. Stato st.
DR. HODGES. DENTIST. SUITE 217-1S
Brooks Arcade bldg. Best and cheap
est. Wasatch 3054. h3917
DR. E. IT. CONGER. DENTIST. GUAR
antees work at rcasonahlo prices. Open
Sunday. 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. 21S Kearns
bldg. Wasatch 932. hl027
DR. F. E MORGAN. DENTIST. 302
Scott building. Open ovenlnct d2663
STORAGE, MOVING, PACKING,
houso for household goods 200 private
rooms you carry tho key. Moving, pack
ing, shipping. Cut rates. Phones 555.
Redman Moving & Btorago Co. cl593
FURNITURE SHIPPED AT CUT
frclpht rates: list your shipments with
us. We can save you money. Keyaor
Fireproof Storage Co. "The Finest In
tho West." O1708
WE SHIP T-I. H. GOODS TO ANY PART
of tho United Stales. Cut rates. Kimball
Van & Storago Co.. 75 So. Main. m2663
BANK, BAR AND OFFICE
RANK 'oFPlcSrAnTD STORE
fixtures; special designs submlttnd on
application; household refrigerators,
carom and pocket billiard tables, bowling
alleys and supplies. Brunawlck-Balke-Collcnder
Co.. 150 to 160 South 4tb West.
Phone Wasatch 453 a4086
W. L. WETHERBEE CO . DESIGNERS
and manufacturers of bar. bank, office
.and store fixtures; also agents for bill
iard, pool table? and supplies. Office and
factory, 15S-60 West 1st So. Was. 622S.
Main st. Competent attendants. h2269
MAGNETIC AND VIBRATORY MAS
sace; New York method; rheumatism
cured. Room 20 Galena block, cor. 2nd
So. and State sts k251
M. ALLKN VAPOR BATHS. MASSAGE.
Suite 2. 56 So. Main. h3S96
ELECTRIC TURKISH BATHS, SI. 00.
Massage, residence, or 322 Kearns bldsr.
Wasatch 1007. k5ft
MASSAGE AN'n MANICURINO 326 SO.
Main, room No. 2. h3910
BROWN .fc BROWN. IF YOU ARE.
sick, get well at private rooms for In
valid?. Sanatorium. 657 State. Wasatch
CECIL & CECIL. GRADUATE CHIRO
practors. So-called "Incurables." and
female troubles our specialty. Consul
tation free. Sulto 403. 235 So. Main.
"ALL MAKES FOR SALE OR RENT;
Carpet cleaning done. C. D. Bates Elec
tric Co . 321 A this. Was, 2724. c9S3
SANTO FOR SALE OR RENT. CLEAN
Ing. Electric cleaners 337 up. Stewart
Gloeson Co.. 36 W. 2nd South. u'3523
TOPATENT INVENTIONS. REGISTER
trado mark or cooyrlght. soo J. M.
Thomas. 30S Utah Saving & Trust bldg.
SCOTT & CO.. ALL COUNTRIES:
terms reasonable. 22C-27 Judge bldg.
steel or any other metal: bring your
broken machines and water jackets to us
for repairs. Utah Ornamental Iron &
Bronze Works. 155 Wost South Temple
Wasatch 1675. h3267
Pot animal practice a apeclaltv. 325 E.
3rd So. Hospital for all animals. Phone
Was. 1S0S-M. No. 6 Concord ct. h2355
ELTruc""CrurM plea n e rs
rented, 11.25 day. We deliver, demon
strate and collect them. "American"
105 Atlas block. Wasatch 2724. kj
PAINTING AND DECORATING
Wasatch 6711. All work guaranteed.
LIVERY STABLE ,
light livery horsen bought and sold.
Phono 51. c!41
key FirriNGTILciT'v mcx
clo Supply Co. Phono Belt 262S. o76l
Workers Watch I
"Work that's congenial, pleasant and profitable. The kind
of endeavor that calls Forth heart interest and enthusiastic
service. Finding just the right kind of a job. fl
There's a practical and speedy way to get in touch with
opportunity and choose a position that is worth while and fl
holds encouragement and advancement for the future.
For those who are trustworthy, capable and energetic. The
Tribune "Want Columns contain many chances that lead to lM
jobs that arc steady, profitable and pleasant.
The belter grade of workers watch The Tribune Wants.
WILL, SHJP CAR 11. H. GOODS TO LOS
Angeles and one to Chicago and one to
Portland, and one to Florida next ten
days; very rcasonablo rates. Kimball Van
& Storage Co.. 72 Ho. Main. n280S
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS WANTED;
will pay yOU first-class prices. H. C
Flsher & Co., 165 So. W. Temple- Wa
tatch 5171. e253
LIST YOUR SECOND-HAND AUTOMO
pWo with us. Wo have- customers for
an kinds and sizes. Fowler, 53-59 So.
W. T. B3362
ALL KINDS SECOND-HAND CLOTH
, ng, trunks, valises; best prices paid.
3 Commercial at Reply by postal card.
Phono 3771. t7
UTAH JUNK CO. HIGHEST PRICE
paid for Iron, brass, rags, bottlos. rub
Ser, copper, etc. 840 So. 4th West. Phone
Wasatch 229. ml973
TO DO TOUR UPHOLSTERING AND
mattress remaking. Utah Bedding &
Mfg. Co. Phone 383. b203
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND
nand furniture, carpets, stoves, trunks
end valises. Wasatch 836. gS378
I PAT THE BEST PRICES FOR YOUR
old clothes. Bell 6021. a25
YOUR OLD CLOTHING: WILL CALL.
Salvation Army. Phone. t2191
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SECOND -hand
clothing. A. Alport 145 South
Went Temple. Wnsatch 3016-W. h3192
IT TS AN EASY MATTER TO TURN
tho Wanls to account Just stop and
think for a moment what vou need most,
then put the Wants to work for you.
WILL GIVE 75,000 SHARES TREAS
ury stock and furnish provisions and
necessary supplies tr, have assessment
work done in Big Cottonwood. Sco Wm.
Crowe. 27 Latimer Blk. h3304
A WORD OF ADVICE
to those occupying rooms In Walker
building. See that your footwear Is In
good repair. Call on us.
MONARCH SHOE REPAIRING CO..
21 E. Second South. Was. 3383.
WANTED FIVE PEOPLE TO COM
pletc pnrty of ten lcavlne for point? In
Florida November 7. Low rates havo
been spcured. Address II A. Bcanverd.
917 Twenty-fourth street. Ogden. h4070
GOOD CINDERS FREE FOR THE
hauling. Troy Laundry. 431 So. 6th
East street kl
WANTED TO BUT
THE WANT COLUMNS ARE SCANNED
by thousands, many of whom arc pros
WANTED WILL BUY RICH GULCH
stock at 60c or sell 65c; state amount
Address Box 23S. Elkhart. Ind. k240
WILL PAY CA'SII FOR FOUR-ROOM
house: must be In southeast part of
city. Also at barsHln If vou want your
money at once. Box 101 Ruth. Nevada.
WANTED TO P.ENT
THE WANTS WILL FIND TENANTS
or purchasers for realty of all kinds
THE WANTS ARE MOST EFFECTIVE
In "Rooms for Rent."
FURNISHED HOUSE FOR WINTER;
must be modern. Best references. Ad
dress U-17. Tribune. h3439
WANTED FURNISHED APARTMENT
of three or four rooms, modern with
heal. :lo!-o In. Phono at once, Ex. 264.
ask for Mr. CrandulJ. kS3"
WAeIETsI) CITY PROP
crty on reasonable rate of Interest. Ad
dress V-19. Tribune- k373
LOST AND FOUND
LOST GOLD CLASS PIN. NAME ON
back. Telephone Was. 3274-R. Re
LOST SMALL AIRDALE TERRIER
pup. with strap on neck, return to 1017
First ave., and receive reward. Hyland
303 1-J. h3931
MRS. P. CHRISTIANSEN. 1165 WINDSOR
live, found S3 in n, s.-cl; of Musler's
Flour. It certainly pays to use IJuslcr's.
FOUND LADY'S GOLD WATCH.
Call J. C. Michel. 337 Earls court.
LOST SMALL OPEN-FACED LADY'S
cold watrh. Saturday nlrht: monogram
A. H. W. Phono Wasatch 2702-R. Re
LOST HAT BY MR. PURS ELL. IN
DtiChesno river. $5.00 reward bv the
Merit Hat Co.. SI and S3 East Second
South (near State). (12 nnd 53 hats. lc?6
AN AIPHA PI FRATERNITY PIN.
Thursday afternoon: nnnie on InMde.
Return to Tribune ofrtce. Reward. k?33
A STRING OF GOLD BEADS SATUR
day. Call Wasatch 3957. Reward. k65!
RUSSIAN SABLE FUR SCARF. ON J
Main St., near Third south. Return "
7." F St. Regard. ks j
LOSTENGRAVED GOLD BRACELET
near unlvereKj. Return to Tribune.
makes. 109 East 2nd So. Wasatch 47u3.
PLUMBING ELECTRIC WORK
callT hileyijddXeycoI for
plumbing and electrical repairs. Whs.
repaired. Goneva- C. Hicks Co., 6S So,
Ifith 15. Wax. 3707. h40P3
WANTED FEMALE HELP
GIRLS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. AP-
PLY READY FOR WORK AT S A. M. iH
AND 1 P. M. DAILY. TROT LAUNDRY. mM
431 SOUTH 6TH EAST.
COMPETENT WOMAN FOR GENERAL
housework. Capt. H. D. Coburn, Ft. WmW
SUCCESS INSURANCE UTAH BUBI
ness College preparation for business
life. Start a course now. Boston bide.. mmW
day or night. 15H MM
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. BASE-
ment First Congregational church: MmW
get you a position freo of charge. Tele- mmW
Phone 5822. t3773
WANTED SOLICITORS FOR LOCAL
work: excellent pay for bright parties. Wmm
Apply Monday. 9 to 10 a. m., 304 New- MmW
houso Building. h2511 WM
GIRL TO CARE FOR BABY AND HELP
with dishes after school- Wasatch mWM
6559-J. hS087 WM
WANT ADS HAVE SHAPED THE FU
ture of thousands of men and women
they have afforded the opportunity that MM
led to experience, efflclencv and ad- mmm
THE WANT ADS HOLD MANY TOSSI-
bllitlos for workers. There arc hundreds mM
of chances within tho reach of those who mM
find advancement Impossible In their mW
present positions. The' Wants lead to mm
eyery legitimate lino of human endeavor. mmm
they radiate to every business and bring WM
their Influence to bear vrhe rover workers MmM
are sought. WM
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
work, $6 per. -week: references, 644 Sc. MmW
Sth East Ily. S32. hS332
MANUFACTURER OF POPULAR mWm
brand guaranteed hosiery with linen mM
heels and foes and many othor exclusive WMM
features wants lady to visit con- mm
sumers direct. Experience unnecessary
SCO to 5100 per month. PARKER CO.. 7JS
Chestnut St.. Phlla.. Pa. h35H
YOUNG GIRL TO DO LIGHT HOUSE
work. 39 Jeremy st. bot. 7th nnd Rlh mW
We.t. on 1st South. b.3392
WANTED GOOD. NEAT, RELIABLE
nurse girl: none but permanent girl WmW
need apply. Call between 2 p. m. and 5 mMM
p, m. at 1365 East South Tem. 'k37
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework: references required. Call
269 West 5th South. ktO
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework: no wanning or Ironing, ref
erences wanted. Hyland 765. 520 E. 2nd mMM
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
Apply 215 2nd ave. klOl
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
go home nights. 315 South 30th East wWM
BARCLEY CORSETS ARE LIKE OLD jH
friends: they wear well; made to me&
urements; euarantend to fit, not to. break
or rust Wasatch 3091-W. Competent
business women wnntod to take agencies jmm
In Utah towns. 40 Woodruff Apt a349
STENOGRAPHER. APPLT OWN
handwriting. Address V-15, Tribune mm
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK. SMAX-L FAM
Ily: no washing. Call mornings, 14
Vernor ct, Elh E, between 3d and 4th
EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GENERAL.
housework: small family: good wages;
reference. 510 E. 2d So. k353
AT ONCE. THREE BRIGHT, CAPABLE
ladles over 21 to travel, demonstroto
and sell dealers: f25 to ?50 per -week. r. 1 salH
ifnrc paid; Ulah and northern territory. HiH
Goodrich Sales Co.. 62 East 4th South. WM
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE- MM
work. 294 E. South Temple st k4Q2
WANTED GOOD GIRL FOR PLAIN
cooking and downstairs work in family
of S adults. No laundo work; JS.00 per
week. Phono Wasatch 690 Mornings
EXPERIENCED MARKER AND SORT
er. steadj position; spply readv for
work. Murray laundry. ' k502
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK: MMM
60 So. Sth East. k507
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 'MM
rail at 20 So. 9th E-l. Phone Wa- TmmJ
ratch 6677. Good wages. k50S
GIRLS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. PAL
nre Laundry Co.. 755 E 4th So. k50?
. SCHOOL GIRL CAN HAVE HOME MM
in exchange for llht srvlcei. Phone
Ily land 19S1-W. k63
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK JmMm
Wa patch 3S2-J. K't?
OFFICE KRHAND GIRL. RECENT
easterner preferred- seven flftv per 1
week. Give age and phone number. Ad' 1
dress V-21. Tribune. k45
GIRL AS COOK AND FOR GENERAL mWmM
houjework; apply Monday, quarters No H
3. Fort Douglas. k0l
I AT ONCE. COMPETENT GIRL FOR mWm
genrral houfework- No laundry; good
wages. Apply l- First ave, jH
SCHOOL GIRL CAN HAVE HOME mmW
In exchange for light service.". Phone mmWm
Hyland 1391-W. kS4
MORE STUDENTS PLACED TN PO- WMMm
sltlon? bv Henager's Buslne; collep rsHHH
than by All other schools In -tho ?mc In- ll
veatlgate. k539 IH
WANTED GIRL . FOR G E N E R A L
housework; good wages: ,iw0 in fajnily jmmmm
Call Hvland IIS-W after 6 p. m. or before haHIIH
3:30 a. ru, ; k540 jH
MIDDLE AGED LA D V TO LIVE WITH
and care for old lady: comfortable mmmi
home: room and board and SI a day. Ex- H
pcrlenced nurse proferred. but not re- LB
qulrerl. Address A'-26 Tribune. k547 V
AN EXPERIENCED CHAMBERMAID
Apply early this morning. Palace hotel jl
329 South West Terapla. HKV