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IjBriONS ' EXPLICIT
IuHen Bot RePucan
ySR Progressive Parties
pXjy part in Scheme. j
jjjKi The Tribuno.
UHft' Nov. 4. A deliberate attempt
Hu President Taft to the euc
'Bfie other Republican candidates
Kfcbcr county ticket became ap
Hb this city today when several
Hf potn cards were mailed to
, lyKjueslInp them to aupport Colonel
' ,Mt for president, but otherwleo to
lei lBTjtralght Republican ticket. The
jjHjn tverc declared to be "the
""JC finy" to favor the colonel and
ID IKbUcan ticket. This Is the prlnt-
yjjHc th Republican ticket and
V-sju11 tlic Rnpubllcan purty lever
WBi; the first lever) until the bell
Turn tip the first four pointers
7!cpubll(:;in party ticket, that
flrtt four polntors next to the
rr it Hi emblem and ahnve the names
'(Turn down thn first four
on tho Progressive ticket,
j, the first four pointers next
aJnose head emblem and above
fjHBemcz: of tho presidential
m iWtfip thn only safe wav to vote
fccvelt and tho P.cpubllcnn
-- which has transpired during
camp-tlgn in this county, with
Bble exception of the state fund?
i Bib cauncd n greater amount of
L Ml ' Every effort to trace tho
JIfUAf tho literature has been fruit
JUvKtepubllcah and Progressive oam
nanagcrs alike deny any knowl
Lthc printing or wending out of
By Progressive leaders It 1?
TcdSu10 bft "contemptible piece of
latter was brought to tho attcn
G.. J. S. Abels, chairman of tho
i Alvo county committee. when
'lCU!f, voters ramo to the Roosevelt
rUrs demanding to know If the
rn'fAfa bitn sent out by the cam
oililommlttee. Tie denied knowing
. mf of the matter and made In
tfltlM ,nc Republican headquarter.
i n .'."" cards wore not authoricd by
printing of the. cards or their
Ion was not done bv the Rc-
campaign organization." said
mv A, Vt. Larson, when questioned
bune reporter this afternoon. "No
on the Republican ticket was.
M to p5t out such a. statement."
m the general rumor Hint certain
n.cpubllcan candidates were rc
4 numbop wer questioned re-I2litr-
Al denied that they
Vl'tWt. 'no cardp. While they were,
.AvtM1 the Intent wag to benefit the
JRbjBin candidates on the slate, iudl-52BB:-?nty
tlckeu-, yet they realized
Br V 11" engendered by thu dc
W Jlitc.mPt 10 "hnife" the. preslden
r K wo,,1(1 Vcry "kcly prove a
Wm ot"er candidntes on
MUGHT IN HENHOUSE.
.on hjff'When Arrested Said He Was
Mldln9 to E8CaPe a Drink.
P The Tribune.
Nov. -1. By firing one shot
revolver and then tickling tho
hit man with the muzzle of the
.b Patrolman Thomas Jefferson
'il,fWlt'l ,,ani McCrew Jn the city
Villi ""gp of trespass. McGrew
4 n-WJfriii lhn "enhouse of Clayton
ll DWr sId,np.a' Grant avenue.
M-CVer rtl,d "ol fil,00t to Wll when
r? IK?!!1! ,,,a,c1?. a for liberty.
-C1 K i?nK?,d, McGroWP defiant stato-
ffl Wn?PJa,ncd 10 l"e Police thnt he
, t.lMim, .a. ,l,an xv" Insisted on
ll)OrsB$09t Harvest Delayed,
fS -Wllti tbt (rntt uiU toraato
. Ci(mL ,f fl,", n,lus" c"" for "r iu
?,7 ,!'0 Pflfl"l which prtvton tho
Br I y. ,,up'r bcft crn- For lmost
wiBir Mu a,mn Imj'OMlbln to draw
t -n, K!,n a,:t0" ,bn wtr.okfiJ
K. ''r rjinc wethr whtn
.KrLi v. " vhlr'' 'T,;i" tTo voiild
e JSerious Lung
there exists a.vast amount of
Kon ?,rlh'' Possibility of curing
Klr.. Ye "kal" "ono hut facts.
r?r-r-fi? whac wc nosort.
V dn n)c'l.cci 1vUh Tuberculosis,
kV.iTc,s':1,i' w,mt w sk other
PJ thf..nv.m'l,i." Alterative prompt
C mI,SI; Tll rcason w0 should
Wr.t.nrranl Wo lnvc for asking
hT.Vi." tH takc In ht wn
olvv of many rccovcricn. ono
Kvn?.Uoi'annfL Ay" Phlla.. Pa.
Heta il2nopril?Be of the lungs, the
ipi.n"lrI.y Qn" hundred. Our
toiV. .od.v.,awl anothfi- climate,
1 ln.oi0l,,d Probnbly be fatal-
K vnT" si"Uu a" "v?re attack of
HuVi!.i ?in T. recovered fufficlently
Hi fob..? co,,i- wili'li "o mcdl
Htae m c,oul'1 n"cvlat. It was
HTl?ftr ..UI,1B Krtnion'B Altera
Ct rXL "ne my cough was gone
HlVft Wnccd w"- nce that
aHk ftni rtt x? 9,,Bht tlacks of
id tyy'Eicln 1 ilave resorted to no
'M10'" effect a recovery.
'ffiW? llll ln tt'l"nt health and
18 HUrat Ta7 1 c?n obtal" Kck"
V'nve no fear of Con-
hos donn.nCaU t0 1,lK,lly fr
AAthmRli ""active In
lH tH'TwA!?'1' H,,v rc'or: Throat
aSaH)oS and, ,n upb'illding the
WSH feilnr CHnlHlr! rojson.v. opiates
-rtifWBlin a"' rA r,00(i Store?, and
SSH5 Of ""M," Ask "or hook-
ilBvtt'x' I,l"hlim Pp. for
of mm WEBER
Party Chairman Points Out
Distorted King's Speech.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEX, ?."ov. 4. There was more real
satisfaction on tap at the Democratic
headquarters today than at any of the
political centers ln Wcbcr county. By
Cholrmon S. S. Smith of the central com
mittee, the situation is regarded as fa
voruble for a Democratic victory through
out the thirty-nine voting districts of
Weber. He estimates the, pluralities of
the county candidates at from 200 to 600.
with Governor Wilson and the state
ticket uandldates leading by far greater
There were two or thrco Democratic
rallies In the country precincts tonight,
but the real campaign closed Saturday
evening, when Judge V. H. King of Sait
Lake spoke at two meetings. Speaking
of the alleged statement of Jndgo King
regarding tho late Vice President Sher
man. Chairman Smith declared todav that
the Hera Id -Republican had stooped to tho
most disgusting and despicable tactics in
Its eifort to hesmireh the Democratic
The Salt Lake newspaper quoted Judge
King as saying: "The funeral of Vice
President Sherman was held today and
thore will be another Republican funeral
next Tuesday." This Is df-cjarcd bv the
county chairman as an absolute false
hood. He admits that the speaker did
refer to tho death of the vice president,
but in doing so he paid a tribute of re
spect to the former Republican ofllco
holder. Then, later in his speech, he
spoke of a Republican funeral next Tues
day. Tho two statements were combined,
according to Mr. Smith, to work an In
jury. Thre meetings throughout the countrv
districts closed the Republican campaign
tonight. The principal meeting was at
Huntsvlllc, where E. Conway Ashlon and
Judge N. J. Harris spoke. Carl Badger
and others held a meeting at Hoopor and
Samuel C. Dye and othor county candi
dates talked to the voters of Kuncsvllle.
Both of tho old parties have arranged
for the usual number of vehicles with
which to transport voters to the polls
tomorrow, but the Progressives are
steadfastly refusing to cmplov the usual
ENDS LIFE WITH POISON.
Joseph H. Rawson Takes Strychnine; De
spondent From Idleness Is Belief.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDTCN, "ov. I-'aliiu o in secure- a
promised job in Nnvmla is believed to
have led to the suicide this afternoon of
Joseph H. Rawson, aged 3S years, at his
homo. oi'S Washington avenue. Death
resulted from a dose of strychnine, a
box of tho poison being found on the
stove, where, It is supposed, ihe man
had placed It In an effort to destroy i-vl-dence
of the manner in which he ended
In a note to his wife Rawson declared
Unit his Inability to control his desire for
drink caused him to tnku poison, adding
that "It Is for the heat." Tho belief that
despondency resulted from failure to se
cure work led to the act Is entertained
by a brother. Urban Rawson. oniploycd by
tho Ogdou Rapid Transit company.
Mm Rawson did not arrive until arter
death had resulted. She is employed at
the Scowcroft fc Sons company overall
Previous to his non-employment of the
pa?t few weeks Rawson had worked at
tho shops- of the Ogdnn Rapid Trans.it
company. Th- body was removed to the
inoqulnt undertaking rooms. No ar
rangements for the funeral have been
SALT- LAKE PLAN.
Ogdcn City Health Department Investi
gates Methods Used in Zlon.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN", Xov. I. At a meeting of the
city health board today a report wan
received from City Sanitary Inspector
George Shorten and City Physician Wal
ter Whalen. who recently Investigated the
methods employed by the health depart
ment of Salt Lake. The report, in addi
tion to a detailed summary of their find
ings, showed that there wre twenty-four
persons employed ln tho. Zion depart
ment and that the annua cost of operat
ing the department was 573.000
Among the suggestions made by the
Ogdcn Investigators as a result of their
trip was a bacteriological equipment for
the city physician's office, the approxi
mate cost being ?200. a milk testing ma
chine, to be Installed at the city hall at
a cost of about $100; health officers cm
ployed by tho city to wear uniforms and
the city to provide some means of trans
poitatlon for the department workers.
The report was received and placed on
Tho roport of Inspector Shorten as to
the health of tho city during October
showed that thcro had been twenty-six
cases of contagious diseases, fifteen of
which aro still under quarantine. There
wore forty-tlve births, twenty-three of
which were male 'hlldrftn and twenty-two
female. Twenty-six deaths ocmrred dur
ing the month, nineteen male and seven
More Election Bets.
KpecUl lo Tho Tribune.
fXJDBN". Nov. 4. Annthrr IrK fltttlon s-aRfr
-.u made In Uil city, today nlio an usiinioiu
ainonp incmbcii. of llie Wtbrr club led Tnt
uppnrirr in plnc JIM vrn that ReocvU would
br tlilni for president allrr the volts ucrr.
lounlfd. The Frorrweko rnb member alicr
wr0 offTfrt V00 on tlic Mitir bulc, but could
nnd no lnkr. A numtvr of smaller wner wore
made. In llilr. city irxy tht f.ovornor Wilson
viould curry ITub and Weber counlr.
Injured, in Buna way.
fiK- 111 to Thn Tribune
OlIDKN. Nov. 4. Jo dim BucV. firmer re
fcldliiK l Weill Vober. w! thrown from hi
1'Ukk)". but not ?erlouly Injiucd. nhen bis ve
hicle wi overturned on the Wllion lnno road
ot of llif eitr at I o'clock this afternoon.
Deputy Sheriff Thorium Dovlno mdo a trip lo
Ihf :enc of llm accident and found thai Murk.
hn lod been UIWInK politics ivIUi hln friend
diirluc tbe nflcrnooo, was nhe to proceed to lili
New Paving Pleases.
SrrcUl to The Tribune.
OODPN". Nov. t What Is ild lo be tlir. brt
piece of couctelft pftvlnR ever coutrncted In Oils
r.liy J"rt a completed by th Ojiden
npld Tranll company 1ohk ih rlKlit-of-wy of
It "aai tr"c'' on vbioctoii enu between
T:itnt r-r erond lrem nnd lh Oprten rlvor brldp.
11 t.'III be followed by lmllai tmprovamenlo on
lhn i:omjiany' malu tMcks- Thn pavlne wa
ronnructfd upon nt' ptclflrallnns which r
quired A vlrn relofnrcement ovr lb ttta.
Deueway Fnneral Wednesday.
Slieclal to Tho Tribune.
Or.IlKN, Nov. i. Tim funeral rvlceR for Ml
Marj J. Denoway, wlio vii found dead Ut bed
il her bonir. 3S? tMab menuo. e:tordy moru
Inr, vilt b- held at the KlrVendall chapel t
10 o'cloi'K Vedneday moruluit. The IntDrmeni
will be In Mounuln VJ-. Ml peneway
member of the )lethoJlt cliurcU and the Order
ot "be Uoiern Rur.
Tho boy's appetite ia often the
source of nmar.emcnt, If you would
have sucli an npvtto talte Chamber
Iain's Tablets. They not only croato
a hcnltbv appetite, but strengthen the
stomach and rnable it to do its worlf
naturallv For sriln by all dealers,
Welcome News For
Salt Lake People
Salt Lake Ctt' people who have stom
ach and bowel trouble will bo glad to
IiOHr that tho mixture of simplo buck
thorn bark, glycerine, etc., known as
Adler.i-ka, can bo obtained at W. D.
MtitMs, drufjeist, 324 South Main
titreet. It hns boon found that JUST
A SINGLE DOSE of Adlcr-i-ka usually
relieves sour stomach, giia on the stom
ach and consti nation QUICKLY be
cause this simplo now mixture drains
off 6ucb a surprisinp; amount of old foul
matter from tho body. (Advertisement.)
To Have Masonic Burial.
Special lo Tho Tribune
OGDKN. Nor. H The funeral terrier for ibu
lato N. S. Miller .will br. lield Wedneiday after
noon ai Wi Masonic temple at Z:W o'clocx.
The body will He ln bUIc ni iho temple 'between
ttio hour of 12 and 1 o'clock Wednerday afternoon.
Don't swear about it just send it to
Myers Clcaninc & Dyoinc Co. Modern
methods avoid pro'fauitv. phones.
1M-16 K. Broadwaj. (Afvortiscnient.)
THOMAS At No. 2 Burton's court, No
vember 4, 1012, Joseph, the beloved son
of Antono and Mary Thomas, aged S
months and 23 days. Notice of funeral
will be given later.
OARD OF THANKS
WD, THE UNDERSIGNED, WISH TO
extend our hcart-fplt thanks to our
many friends. and neighbors who so kind
ly assisted us In our late bereavement
in the death of our husband nnd son.
Hugh li. Woods.
MRS. HUGH L. WOODS,
I,. W. WOODS AND FAMILY.
embalmer. 1C1 So. West Temple. Phone
TD. O O' DONNF7T.iL, UNDERTAKER
and embalmer, has moved to new loca
tion. 225-227 South West Temple street
Realty bldg. Phono 5S0. O3390
LAR KIN-HULL UNDERTAKING COM
pany; modern ch.apel parlors: 255 So.
2nd East. Telephone Wasatch '.732.
Open day and night. kiOO
st. Phone 10G. Cut flowers and fu
neral designs. nlfit2
THE LEADING FLORIST. W. W. KING.
21-1 E 2nd So. Phono 37. 1)207
LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. R.
McKenzIe. Display yards. 442 So. State.
BROWN & BROWN. IF YOU ARE
sick, get well at private rooms for In
valids. Sanatorium, 657 State. Wasatch
CECIL & CECIL. GRADUATE, CH IRO
practorp. So-called "Incurables." and
female troubles our specialty. Consul
tation free. Suite -103, 235 So. Main.
Scotland, with all the flavors and
spices, uc each. C for 25c T served.
McPhlos Scotch Inn, two doors west S. L.
theater. " ; h39H
PAINTING AND DECORATING
Wasatch 6711, All work guaranteed.
NOTICE OF DELINQUENT ASSESS
ASSESSMENT NUMBER 7.
Abraham Irrigation Company. Princi
pal place of business.. 351 South Main
street. Salt Lako City, Utah. Notice:
There are delinquent upon the following
described stock, on account of assess
ment No. 7. levied oh the 26th day of
August. 1S12, the several amounts ol
opposite the names 'of the respective
shareholders as follows;
No. Cert- Name. No. sbaroa. Amt.
11 Harry H Allyn 10 510.50
22 Heleno J5. Wllbar (Lang-
worthy') . 10 10.50
I 27 Helnno B. Wllbar (Lang
worthy) SO 20.50
Si F. S- Guggenheim -.10 10.50
07 Julia A. Mason ct al ..SO 20.50
119 Anthony Canovan SO 20.50
173 Anthony Canovan 40 10.50
174 Hart J. Fitzgerald SO 20.50
210 Ella. G. Hkkmnh 0 20 50
226 Van D. Spalding SO 20 50
286 Arthur .T. Westovftr .. .. 10 10.50
200 Van D. Spalding 40 10.50
294 Joseph H. Mapdcrfield .. 40 10.50
300 Carv K. Cooper 40 10.50
316 Hogan Brothers 100 25.50
321 Amandn E. Glegley .... 40 10.50
G23 Mnrcn J. Hanson 40 10.50
330 Alex. W- Reld 120 30.50
Richard Tarker 120 30.50
John A. Johnson 40 10.50
Donald Hogan : 100 25.50
Peter Peterson 10 3.00
Charles Burke ' 40 10.50
330 H. J. Fitzgerald 20 5.50
351 R. Shepherd 40 10.50
359 Calvin B. Beach 40 10.50
375 Mrs. C E. J. Rico .. .. 40 10.50
405 Jojm Sellers 10 10.50
420 S. V. Trent 160 40.50
422 N. T. Henderson 70 is. 00
424 E. O. Lee 30 20.50
42? George A. Cole 44 11.50
413 James W. Hoggan.
Pledgee 1 70.00
444 Rosavel H. Ashton 160 40.50
445 National Savings Sz Trust
Co S00 200.50
419 Natlonnl Savings fc Trum
Co S00 200.50
451 Alma Mors and Horace
S. Burtenshaw 40 10.60
454 Utah Banking Co 960 210.50
467 P. T Black 25 6.75
469 Thomas Paine Franklin 30 x.mij
470 Utah Banking Co 100 100.50
475 Utah Banking Co 40 10.50
176 Utah Banking Co 40 ' 10.50
477 Utah Baking Co 10 10 50
S4 Von D. Spalding 40 10.50
40 Delta. Investment Co. 1000 250.50
and In accordance with law, and an or
der of the board of directors . mnd on
the 2Gth day of August. 1912. so many
shares of ench parcel of ouch stock as
may be necessary, will be sold at the of
fice of the company. No. 351 South Main
street, Suit Lake City. Utah, on the 27th
dav of November, 1912, at the hour of
2 p. m., to pay delinquent assessments
thereon, together with the cost of ad
vertising and expenses of the sal.
CHARLES TVNG. Secretary.
Abraham Irrlgutlon Company,
351 South Main St.. Salt Lake City. Utah,
Sale. date. November 27, 1912, 2 p. m.
ASSESSMENT NO. 2.
The Tar Baby Mining company, princi
pal place of business, Salt Lake City,
Location of mines, South Fork. Big Cot
tonwood canyon. Notice Is hereby given
thnt at a moptlng of the board, of direc
tors of the Tar Baby Mining company,
tifkl on thn 2nd day of October. 1912, au
Hfssment No. 2 of one-fourth (i) cents per
hare was levied upop the capital stock
of the corporation, issued and outstand
ing, payable Immediately to W. w. Trim
mer, Continental National bank, East Sec
ond South. Salt Lake City. Utah, or F. F
Hlntze, Murray R. F. D. No. 4.
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on the 2nd day of
Novomber. 1912, will be rtellnciuent and
advertised for sal at publlo auction, and
unless payment is made before, will be
sold on the 2nd day of December, J01?.
at 322 Atlas block, at 2 o'clock p. m.. at
tho company's office, to pay the delin
quent assessment iheron, together with
r.he costs of advertising and expanse of
kJe. F F HINfZE. Secretary.
First publication October 4. 1912. hOSt
FOR RENT LODGEROOM WITH
hardwood .floor. Apply room 1. Mackln
tosh block. h3461
ACACIA LODGE NO. 17. F. .fc A. M.
Mauonlc temple. First South and Sec
ond East. Regular meetings first Satur
day of month. Members of sister lodges
and sojourning brethren cordlnlly Invited.
R. E. WIGHT. W. M.
F. A. McCARTY. Secretary. xl880
EL KALAH TEMPLE. A, A. O. N. M.,S.
Regular sessions held at Masonic
temple, corner Second EaiJt and First
South, the third Wednesday In each
month. Sojourning nobles Invited to at
tend. C. 11. Flnchcr. 111.. Potentate: J.
M. Marriott. Rl, Recorder.
.JK v ARGENT A LODGE NO. 3,
r JrV. F. AND A. M. At Mason
JF ?c temple, corner Second E.
SJ md First South streets, first
if -v Tuesday of each month.
Members of sinter lodges and sojourning
brethren invited. N. W. Hcwctt. W. M.;
Mosca C. Phillips, Secretary.
MT. MORIAH LODGE No. 2, F. & A.
M. Masonic hall, second Monday each
month, corner First South and Second
East. Members of sister lodgos and so
journing members In good standing In
vlted. G. R. Tears! cy. 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 lodgta and sojourning brethren
cordially Invited. E. O. X.eathcrwood. W.
M.; A. J. Lowe. Secretary.
LINDS CHAPTER NO.
1. Order of Eastern Star
Masonic temple. Stated
meetings first Friday
each month. Vlsltlns
members will receive a
JENNIE R. BRECKON.
W. M-: NELLIE T.
MIZPAH CHAPTER NO.
5. Order Eastern Star.
RSSfigr Stated meetings first
tZ&tfJ&tiy Monday of each month.
ttgSV Masonic temple, corner
VZrmk. Second East and First
W ' South. Visiting member
V cordially invited.
GERTRUDE E. BENJAMIN. W. M.
LOUISA STEWARD. Secretary.
& ELECTA CHAPTER NO.
gjw 8, Order Eastern Star.
JtfF Stated meetings third
tfW Tuesday of each month.
Masonic temple, cornr
(H73sk Second East and First
W South. Vlsltlps members
r cordially Invited.
LUCENA MARCEL. W. M.
MARY L. TAYLOR. Secretary.
A. A. S. RITE THE FOUR CO-ORDI-nate
bodies of th A. A. S. Rite of irtt
Masonry will hold stated meotlngs 'ho
third Thursday ln each month at the Ma
sonic temple, corner First South and Sec
ond East. Sojourning orelhren Invited.
L. H. Hardlna, 32d deg. v. ,
N. M. Jordan lodge of Perfection No. 3.
M. E. Llpman. 32d deg.
W. M. James Lowo Chapter of Rose.
Croix No. 1.
Charles B. Jack, K. C C. H.
Commander of Salt Lako Council of Ka
dosh No. 1.
C. H FlPher. 32d deg.
M. of K. Consistory No, 1.
Gerald R. Yearsley. 32d deg.
Register for all th bodies.
UTAH COMMANDERY NO. 1, KNIGHT!
Templar Stated conclave held ln 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 1. R. H M.
Stated convocation second Wednesday
In each month at Masonic hall, corner
Second East and First South stroetH,
Companions cordially Invited. John T.
Breckon. H. P .- Moses C. Phillips. Secre
tary. Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
JORDAN LODGE NO. 3, 1 O. O. F
Meets every Monday night at I. O.
O. F. temple. Visitors invited. C. Cam
eron. N. G. ; A. L. Weaver, V. G.; W. T.
Hopkins, secretary. al437
1. O. O. F. TEMPLE DIRECTORY.
Subordinate lodges meet as follows:
Salt Lake locrge, 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. o2175
NAOMI REBEKAH LODGE NO. 1
Meets every second end fourth Satur
day evenings of each month at Odd Fel
lows templo, Market st. n3553
Knights of Pythias.
CALANTHE-MFRTLfa LODGE NO. 1..
K. of P Every Monday, K. of P. hall.
123 E. 3rd 8outh. Frank Erath, C. C;
N. W. Sonncdcckcr. Iv. 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. 2S. K. OF P.
Meets every Saturday evening at 3
o'clock In K. of P hall. 1S E. 3rd South:
entrance Linden hotol. L. C. Shaw. Jr..
C. C: A. O. Garrett. K. of R. and 8.
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 lodge No. 259
meets In tho Moose clubroorp'. 222 South
West Tempi 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. GALT
L3ke Cllv tnt No. 2. Even' Thurs
day, 7. O. O. F. hall, visiting" Knights
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
8alt Lake aerie No. 67. Every Frldav.
S p. m., Eagles hall.
GREAT SALT LAICe"camp' NO10077.
M. W. A Meets cvrry Mopdav night at
R o'clock ln the Odd Fellows temple, p.
O. place. Visiting neighbors cordially In
vltcd. ENCELSIQR-CAM p" NO. 1022. MODERN
Woodmen, meets Tuesday evening n
M. W. A. hall. 161 Main st. Vlslth.j;
neighbors welcome C D. Smith. V. C. :
J. W. Ewln. clork.
UTAH TAaip" NO 33?" w7""6. "w."-
WednosdaV evening, r. O. E. hall. 163 i
S. W Temple Visiting neighbors wel- I
come. Jessi; H Collltn. Consul: E. W.
Hull, Clerk. j
LADIES' AND GENTS ' TAILOR '
CT '"r." HL'IIL ' 226 CONSTITUTION !
building, opposite V. C M I Your own i
mntorlal mado tin h!34 !
CHINESE HERBS 1
l su woo. TLnrrrj j
all dlseusaz cured with bis celebrated I
Chlnetf- romedle.-: h!28 ,
shorthand and typewriting. S13 15. F. i
Walker bldg. h2905
SECOND-HAND SHOES !
dies" oxtords and jihoe from 35c up.
Thoreson. 41S Sotith State st. 1S1Q5
get 10 per cent discount on fall bulbs.
Porter-Walton Co.. 274 Stcta. h3913
TILI IAMS S.- SDN u, , ST BKLL
'j-. rplmlRtfrliiR. iluil- rp aiH
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
TOST SMALL OPEN-FACED LADY'S
gold watch. Saturday night: monogram
A. H. W. Phone Wasatch 2702-R. Re
LOST HAT BY MR. I'UItSKLL. IN
Duchesne river. $5.nn reward bv the
Merit Hat Co.. St nnd S3 East Second
South (near Stnte). (J2 and S3 hats.) k6
A STRING OF GOLD BEADS SATl'R
day. Call Wasatch 3967. Reward. k545
LOST ENGRAVED GOLD BRACELET
near university. Return to Tribune.
OCT. 23. TWO DIAMOND RINGS. ONE
11 carat stone, the other a. cluster of
small ston8 and two tumuolse. Return
to Trlbuw. office and receive reward. No
questions naked. k713
BROWN WATER SPANIEL. NEW COL
lar and harness. Return to S6i E. 3i-d
So. Reward. k701
LOST WILL THE GENTLEMAN WHO
took an ovfrcoat bv mistake ln the
Bismarck cafe. Saturday rve. and left
hi own. kindly return same. k732
LADY'S SMALL BLACK POCKET
book containing keys nnd money, also
lady's open-faced watch, name engraved,
Nora Langstaff. Return to Franklin's.
26S So. Main. Reward. k699
LOST 13LACK SILK EMBROIDERED
fchawl on or near So. Temple. Return
to 3 Sharp flats or call Wasatch 1397-W.
TAKEN BY MISTAKE FROM DEPOT
car. one Miitcase. Inquire A. H. Lewis.
Des. News Bk. store. k690
MRS. E. L. SCOTT. 55 POPLAR ST..
Murray, found U in a sack of Hosier's
flour and she also found that HuhIt's
was flour of perfection. k729
MRS. A. L. BO WEN. 134 13TII EAST.
found SI in a sack of Huslcr's flour.
Why don't you use Huslcr's? k70
MRS. J. L. KNIGHT. EAST UNTON.
found 51 In a .ack of Huslcr's flour. P
pay; to use ffusler's. k731
ladies ttooo reward-, i positivb
ly guarantee my great successful
"Montnly" remedy; safely relieves soma
of the longest, most obstinate, abnormal
cases ln three to five days, no harm, pain
or Interference with work; mall Jl.50.
Double ntrength 52. Dr. B. P. Southln
ton Remedy Co, Kansas City. Mo. cl
LADIES I ASK TOUR DRUGGIST FOR
Cblches'ers Pills, the. Diamond Brand.
For 26 yearn known as Best. Safest. Al
ways Reliable. Buy of your Druggist.
Take no other. Chlchesters Diamond
Brand Pills r told by Druggists vrjr.
ANY GntL NEEDING FRIENDS WILL
find them at the Salvation Army. Ad
dress nil communications to Mrs. Adju
tant Sloate. 621 East Third 8outh street.
Salt Lake City. n2433
CL'T THIS OUT FOR LUCK SEND
birth date and 10c; wonderful horo
scope, entire life. Prof. Raphael. 499
Lexington avenue, New York. gl857
A LARGE PORTION OF THE WANT
Ad readers have a definite point ln
mind ln searrhlng the Wants they aro
looking for certain facts.
goods, goods bought, sold or exchanged.
Buckeye Furniture Store. 143 So. W. T.
Was. 4629. gOOC
HIGHEST PRICES PATD 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 the Furniture Exchange. 113 S.
W. Temple- Bowers L Evans Furnlturo
Co. Wasatch 2197. h3191
H. H. GOODS BOUGHT. SOLD. Ex
changed. Glers & Co.. 02 W. 3rd So.
Was. 983. e2372
WE BCY LADIES' AND MEN'S CAST
off clothing: best prU'es. L.King Wa
satch 6064. k!13
Wasntch C628. Good set teeth. $5.00.
A. W ENSIGN, D. D. S.. Sugar House
over Grant drug store. Office hours S
a. m. to 6 p. m. Phone Was. 1473.
H. J. SMITH, dentist. Is at his old loca
tlon at Murray 116 So. State st.
DR. HODGES. DENTIST. SUITE 217-1S
Brookr Arcade bldg. Best and cheap
st Wasatch 3054. h3017
DR E. H- CONGER. DENTIST. GUAR
antses work nt reasonable prices. Open
Sunday. 10 a. in. lo 2 p. m. 215 Kearns
bldg. Wasatch 932. hl027
DR. F. E MORGAN. DENTIST. 302
Scoii imlldlrc. 0-n ili-r- -'.ZWl
STORAGE, MOVING, PACKING,
NEU MODKHn! FHEPuTJuTVTT
house for household goods 200 private
rooms you carry the key. Moving, pack
ing, shipping. Cut rates Phones 555
Redman Moving & Storage Co. cl593
Ft" RN ITL'RE SHIPPED AT CUT
freight rates: list your shipments with
us. Wc can save you money. Keyser
Fireproof Storage Co. "Th Finest In
the West." . ol706
WE SHIP HH. GOODS TO ANY PART
r.f the t'nltod States. Cut rates Kimball
Van StTac r" . "T. Mr;lrt. ti2662
BANK. BAR AND OFFICE
bANjtT OToTcTBCiTA? STUltK
' fltu:r; spccla: designs submitted on
ii plicutloii: household refrigerators.
carom and poclcrt billiard tables, bowling
alleys and supnll. Brunsw.ck-Balke-i
Collcndr Co.. 15f o ISO South 4:h West.
Phorr Wnsatch (5S. a40S6
W. I.. WTTH ERBEE CO.. DESIGNERS
! nnd manufacturers of bnr. lu:nk. office
' inl store fixtures; al."o ascnts for blll
llard. pool tables and supplies. Office and
1 factory. 1ES-60 West 1st So. Was. 622S.
ag; New York nthori; rheumatism
iiri-d. Room 20 Galena block, cor. 2nd
So. and State sts. k2".4
ELECTRIC Tt'RKlSI I HATHS. $100.
Mamnce. residence, or 322 Kearns bide.
Wasatch 1907 k50
MARGARET ALLEN VAPOR B,TFS.
masnoge. suite 2. :.G So. Main. Ic7 1 7
M ASS AGE AND MANICVRING. S26 SO.
Mtiln. room No. 2. k7l6
MISS HELD. MASSAGP; PARLORS. 2G0
Main ft. Como"tft UtiMi'lnt?. h2263
TO PATeVt'iNVENTIONS. REGISTER
trad- mark or cooyrlght. ueo J. M
'Thorns. 30S Utah Saving & Trust bldg
SCOTT CO . ALL COUNTRIES
terms reasonable. 22G-27 Judge bldg.
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.
There's a practical. and speedy way to get in touch with
opportunity and choose a position that is worth' while and
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
jobs that are steady, profitable and pleasant.
The better grade of workers watch The Tribune Wants.
A WORD OF ADVICE,
to those occupying- rooms in Walker
building. Seo that your footwear is in
good repair. Call on us.
MONARCH SHOE REPAIRING CO..
21 E. Second South. Was. 35S3.
WILL GIVE 75.000 SHARES TREAS
ury stock and furnish provisions and
necessary supplies to have assessment
work done In Big Cottonwood. See Win.
Crowe. 27 Latimer blk. h3304
WANTEDFIVE PEOPLE TO COM
plete party of ten leaving for points In
Florida. November 7. Low rates ha-e
been secured. AddresB IL A. Boauverd.
f'17 Twenty-fourth street, Ogdcn. hj070
IT IS AN EASY MATTER TO TURN
the Wants to account Just stop and
think for a moment what you need most,
then put the Wants to work for you.
WILL SHIP CAR H. H. GOODS TO LOS
Angeles and one to Chicago and one to
Portland, and one to Florida next ten
days; very reasonable rates. Kimball Van
& Storage Co.,. 72 So. Main. n20S
FCRNITURE OF ALL KINDS WANTED;
will pay you first-class prices. H. C.
Fisher & Co., 165 So. W. Temple. Wa
satch 5171. r253
LIST YOCR SECOND-HAND AUTOMO
blle with us. Wft have- customers for
all kinds and sizes. Fowler. 53-59 So.
W. T. g3362
ALL KINDS SECOND-HAND CLOTH
lng, trunks, valises: best prices paid.
23 Commercial st. Reply by postal card.
Phone 3771. f71
UTAH JUNK CO.. HIGHEST PRTCE
paid for iron, brass, rags, bottles, rub
ber, copper, etc. S40 So. 4th West. Phono
Wasatch 229. ml972
TO DO YOUR UPHOLSTERING AND
mattress remaking Utah Bedding &
Mfg. Co. Phone 3S3. h202
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND
hand furniture, carpets, stoves, trunks,
and valises. Wasatch S36. g337S
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SECOND
hand clothing. A. Alport. ,145 South
West Temple. Wasatch 3016-W. h3192
GOOD CINDERS FREE FOR THE
hauling. Troy Laundry. 431 So. 6th
East stroet kl
I PAY THE BEST PRICES FOR YOUR
old clothes. Bell 5021. a25
YOUR OLD CLOTHING: WILL CALL.
Salvation Army. Phone. t21Pl
WANTED TO BUT
hy thousands, many of whom are pros
WANTED WILL BUY RICH GULCH
stock at 60o or sell 65c; state amount.
Address Box 238, Elkhart. Tnd. k240
WILL PAY CASH FOR FOUR-ROOM
house: must be ln southeast part of
city. Also at bartrain If yon want your
money m once. Box 101 Ruth, Novada
WANTED TO RENT
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 modem. Best rcforences. Ad
dress U-17. Tribune. h3439
WANTED J3000 ON GOOD CITY PROP
crtv on reasonable rate of interest. Ad
dress' V-19. Tribune k373
Carpet cleaning done. C. D. Bates Elec
tric Co.. 321 Atlas Was. 2724. e83
SANTO FOR SALE OR RENT. CLEAN
lng. Electric cleaners 137 up. Stewart
Gleeson Co.. 36 W 2nd South. c352
v'veTdcasTTrnTa lu m I num.
steel or any other metal: bring your
broken machines nnd water jackets to us
for repairs. Utah Ornamental "n fc
Bronzo Works. 15D West South Temple.
Wasatch 678. h22S.
rented. 51. 2.. dav. Wc deliver, demon
strate "'. rolled them. "Amerjcnn"
105 Atlas blok. Wasatch 2724. kt j
Pet animal practice a specialty. 325 E.
3rd So. Hospital for all animals. Phone j
Wn?. 1S35-M. No Concord ct. h225g
SEWING MACHINES !
rnukes. 100 East 2nd So. Wasatch 7U3. -
PLUMBING ELECTRIC WORK j
CALL HIGGLE Y -DUDLEY CO. FOR
plumbing and electrical repair. Was.
FRSCjCeXnF.D. REMODELED AND
repaired. Geneva C. Hicks Co., S So.
6th E. Was. "707. hi 093
DIFFERENT kTnd!T"OF BUTTONS
mndi at Babbel s Ladles' Tailors. 68
W. 3rd South. h391b
OONfVne? I E N T CASES WANTED.
willing to do some bruseuork Jf neces
sary Wasatch 4411-W K3S3
WANTED FEMALE HELP
GIRLS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. AP
PLY READY FOR WORK AT R A. M
AND 1 P. M. DAILY". TROY LAUNDRY.
121 SOUTH 6TH EAST.
COMPETENT WOMAN FOR GENERAL
housework- Capt. H. D. Coburn. Ft
SUCCESS INSUR.NCE UTAH BUSI-
"e" Collego preparation for buslnefs
life. Start a course now. Boston bldg..
day or night.
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. BASE- 1
mont First Congregational church: Wf
get you a position free of charge. Tel
phone 322. 12773
WANTED SOLICITORS FOR LOCAL
work: excellent pay for bright partios
Apply Monday o t0 io a. m., 30 1
houso Building. h2511
GIRL TO CARE FOR BABY AND HELP
with dishes after school. Wasatch
WANT ADS HAVE SHAPED THE Fl'-
ture of thousands of men and worn on
thoy have afforded thn opportunity th it
led to experience, efficiency and advance
ment. THE-WANT ADS HOLD MANY POPSI
bllUlcs for workers. There are hundreds
of chnnccs wfthin the reach of those wl o
find advancement impossible In the'r
present positions. The Wants lead to
every legitimate lino of human endravv,
thev radlato to ovry business and bring
their influence to bear wherever workers
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. JC per week; refcronce, 6H So
Sth East. Hy ?32. h33"2
MANUFACTURER OF POPULAR
brand guaranteed hosiery with linen
heels and toes and many other exclusive
features wants lady to visit con
eumers direct. Experience unnecessary
J50 to $100 per month. PARKER CO.. 75$
Chestnut Str. Phjla., Pa. h3514
YOUNG GIRL TO DO LIGHT HOUSE
work. 3P Jeremy st.. bet. 7th and Sth
West, on 1st South. hJ9S2
WANTED GOOD. NEAT. RELIABLE
nurse girl: none hut permanent glr1
need apply. Call between 2 p. m. and 3
p. m. at 1365 East South Tom. k37
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; references reaulred. Call
269 West 5th South. klQ
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
go home nights. 315 South 10th East.
BARCTEY CORSETS ARE LTKE OLD
frlonds; they wear well: made to meas--urements;
guaranteed to fit. not to break
or rust. Wasatch 3091-W. Competent
business women wanted to tako agencies
In Utah towns. 40 Woodruff Apt a349
STENOGRAPHER. APPLY OWN
handwriting. Address V-15, Ttibuni.
AT ONCE, THREE BRIGHT, CAPABLE
ladies over 21 to travel, demonstrate
and sell dealers: $25 to 1-30 per week. r. r.
fare paid; Utah and northern territon".
Goodrich Sales Co.. 62 Eztt Uh South.
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 294 E. South Temple st. K'402
EXPERIENCED 3IARKER AND SORT
er. steadv position; apply ready for
work. Murray laundry. k502
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
60 So. Sth East. k507
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
call at 20 So. 9th East. Phone Wn
satch 6677. Hoc- wages. kSOS
GIRLS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS; PAL
ace Laundo' Co.. 75S E. 4th So. kS03
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK .
Wasatch 3132-J. k4?0
GIRL AS COOK AND FOR GENERAL
housework: apply Monday, quarters No H
3. Fort Douglns, k03
AT ONCE. COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework. No laundry; good
wages. Apply 423 First ave.
MORE STUDENTS PLACED IN PO-
sltlonn by Honaser's Buslnef rolUce H
than by nil other schools In the state Tu H
vcstlgate. k6S? H
MIDDLE AGED LADY TO LIVE WITH
nnd care for old lady: comfortsJjU H
home: room and hoard and 31 n dav t.x- H
pprlenced nurse preferred, but not r"- H
quired. Address V-26 Tribune. k647
AN EXPERIENCED ""HAMBERMAIP
Applv" -'arly thJp morning, palace bote' 1
32fi South West Temple. H
KITCHEN WOMEN. $3oi WAITRESS
Idaho. K wnltrrsr. cast. ."0; bmrli H
-ouuter girl, free ps. Strocki Kmn H
Ascv.. 5,'. W. 2nd So. k7P
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
liousewrk- small fumllv. AVai-att'' H
1032-J. 172 I' t. ' kJOS
M NICURIST WANTED. T7 WEPT
2nd South. kJJ
COMPETENT YOUNG LADY FOR
stenographic bookkoenhm position In H
rlf. 510 per wook. Apnly Remington H
Tvpe writer Co.. 172 So. W. T. k723 H
YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER OF
good addrpfR fo:- r. r. position in cltj H
Me. Apnly Remington Typewriter Co. H
172 So. W. Tomplc 1:721 H
WANTED -GOOD RELIABLE COOK
Applv 1.11 No. Main. W73 H
WANTED--A GIRL TO COOK AND DO
d.ownktal-s work: no wnnhimr: none but H
n good I'i'ok nea) appl-; wans J'S a H
mouth. Wasatch 1571. k746 H
WANTED CHORUS GIRLS. SISTER
tenms. musical acts: juviMiil" man Ca'I
nr phone West hot' Wt Soutl' H
Temple ;t. Phone Wnftch n917. Art H
for room 1. 1T4S 1
light livery horsca bought and sold H