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JL--- THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER S 1012. o
Ilffi ON HID
jl elcs Horror Bi Fac-
rmr in r,'i;l 01 thc A1
ttj eed Dynamiters.
lpAVApOL.Iv' Nov- -Fi'.;:e:i
Keei fr,ri California who were to
K7tjtlficd t I"" lnal at Los Angc
',", (he McNamata brothers not
j, raUty to causing explosions
Wt will tc examined nv t,ie govern
:Ks)ien Hi'- "dynamite conspiracy"
;5 : ' "'.now.
yjlnesc-rs .'ire persons who had
""a-i v .t:- .la. 11 I Mr-
ijKn, (jviiBmiler o' rl.. Los A iiKeles.
HT bullciliiR, and Ills allowed aceoni
Huj nore f i 'n connection
PgW,' goicrn 'i.iruc that oi.n"
Hwlmoe and Eugene A Clano, San
jKj, i,, or leaders-. K lew o M.;.
'.'lE' p.. - i" i Pacific
Iftt-j- T. Volt' i. depots district altor-rfLo,-
Ani:--.- '"iinty, who assittod
ftK county prosecution, and
'Kr jstnTil io the attorney u. n.-i.C
Mead charsc the as-es that resulted
Kbrtnglnic of federal Indictments In
"IK. i,.-.? Anpelen explosion Is one in-
Kjt of 8 conspiracy illegally to trans
.W dplosives on passenger trains on
flKk t won now on trial are
lgKJ 0 tic- Implicated
F,. McManical later in 10 continue
Creadon, begmninc with In- hilling
H "Viacom: in woods :n December,
It ha? boen brought out that
tJm p, . lik" flight 'titer causing the
of twenty-one persons at Los An-
eC I for I wo weeks at Sail Lake.
nB'in'! then xvrn' r" Rallagh, N'eb..
Bk ''''' ' bis brother to
XJwrk at sioux City. la
i Kjn U. on urning to Tn-
.Kj:i.. '; when rc.--.chcd (here his
"Kjer ncr.t him i 1 Wisconsin wood
"jIcManis.il. M-Manlsal then Is to
hjm hi? ciPi-.ti : ,-l'p.i u;i until bis an est
KIKril, 1911. when In- and James B.
19k weri iniitlnc trail."
)anl-.d'- detention In Indianapolis
9Ci to be iniquc Am a prisoner of
ljBAr.Jf.-ic- ' ,'i-l.-- tbere
W:. , explosion 111 an Iron words,
Kr . a wltne-s ;i "loan" Cm
ijmtnt. Iff oeenpie .1 cell --pe.-l.il)
kfljUfd in tue federal building and is
HHJ exercise only on thc roof of tK
IMPRESSOR BY EXPRESS,
irt Pay $1100 Charges for Trans
to The Tribune.
: city. Utah, Nov. it. m. r
K local agenl of the Pacific
company, yesterday received an
express "package" for the Daly
Inlne company, which came in a
bacsa?-.-. i a i The conslgnant
ttmprcsKOr lor the Bamberger
)mpre.-s-ir wm -Lined from onst
wjsylvanla on Saturday, Novem
It made thc trip from the easl
one w;ek. with a stopover at
where the machinery was tians
roni the Pennsylvania car to the
-car. uici; continued thc jour
omr-rrf.-oi wrigha IL'.OOO pounds
ejBI of bringiiis H here amounted
; J1100, The offi. lals of the Daly
mpany figure at tl ey are -rnc(ol
Vthla piece of ma -hlncry shipped
tsi. as they were badly In need
W Mia McLaughlin Recovers.
iBfc.9rrY. Nov Mis; Gertrude
Wf-Vin. '.'-.Msi I or l"i-ank T
Iw-"-' who has boon In Sail Lake
HkTttrM ', -, v, here s'n. underwent
iBtfouj )) i-.l". iiiMncI to Park
l.tMi1 ;- rn nv fricruls
!'" Ob-:-...! ;., I. chat -.he l,a-
TUT WILL RESUME
PBUCTICE OF UW
Son, Who Will Leave Vale
Next June, to Join Firm of
By nternatlona News Service.
XLAY FORK. Nov 17 President W il
lluni Howard Tuft will become plain Wil
liam ii Tatt. attorney at law, Cincin
nati, Ohio when he steps from the pres
idential hali next aprlng- The president
win return u, h. home town and there
take up the practice of law which be left
many yea Mb ajfo to entei official life Al
though the president iii not enter Into
a partnership with anyone, and he M
suited to ; group of friends here this
afternoon, It la believed that his son
win be a partner in the president's law
Robert Tan win leave ynie next June
and It Is known that he IS to lake up
the practice of law. The young man's
friends at Tale and his acquaintance! In
New York believe he will enter bis
fathers offices and this Is n a measun
confirmed by some of thi president's
friends, who say this Was the statement
made in Cincinnati on election night.
The president was appointed Internal
revenue collector for the port of Cin
cinnati early in the eighties by President
Arthur and has held executive positions
for the greater part of the time since
The- president, in the best of health,
spent a quiet Sunday In New York. Ho
arose late and after breakfasting In his
apartments at the Waldorf Astoria, at
tending Bervices al the Brick Presbyterian
church. Fifth avenue and Thirty-seventh
street, after which he lunched with hfs
brother Henry YV . at the lattcr's home
in Foity-eihl h street.
Later In the afternoon the president,
accompanied by his brother, Carmi
Thompson, his private secretary, and
Major Rhodes, his military aide, took an
jtutomoblle ride through central park ami
the Bronx, returning to the Waldorf in
time for dinner Al dinner the president
entertained his brother Mrs. Henry w.
Ta't and a small party of personal friends.
The president will leave early tomorrow
- ion inc for New Haven, where he will
attend a meeting of the Vale corporation,
returning to Washington al ii o'clock to
ELKS PLAN EXCURSION.
Park City Lodge Will Send Big Delega
tion to Ogdcn.
Spe. lal to The Tribune.
PARK CITY. Nov 17. On Wednes
day about fifty members; of the local
lodpc of Elks will i'o to Ogden to take
part in I he i penlng of the Junction City's
-l 1 1 1 rooms and home, and as the Ogden
Elks have promised the visiting ledge
members the time of tliclr lives. Park
City win be well represei ted to enjoy
the fun and help the Ogden "bunch"
.start things off light In their new home
Thc members of No. 7"4 will leave here
Wednesday afternoon at o'clock on the
regular train and will arrive In Salt Lake
In time to get the excursion train which
Is to be run from the capital city at ,":;;0
o'clock in the evening, arriving In red- n
about 7 o'clock, in plenty of time for the
hip opening. After the dedication ex
ercises and the social session, the spe
cial will return to SriiU. Lake In time
for Lie last i-divel car.
The Park City boys intend to show
the Ogdenltes that this camp boasts one
Of the "llveit" Elks lodges in Utah.
Admitted to Citizenship.
Special to The Trihune.
PUOYO. Nov. 17. In the district i uni t
here yesterday Judge Booth admitted the
following allcns as citizens of the United
State-. David BurgU. H native of Switz
erland. Helga v. Swenson, a native of
Sweden, John William (ju. a native qI
Bngland; ROberl Sauer, Herman T4cn
man. natives of Germany: Joseph Pedel
Braxeau, a native of Canada, This hi the
largest number admitted to citizenship
at any ono time since the new natur.illz.i -(Ion
law went into effect.
jNews ol the Insurance World
tDonc May Succeed-Himself.
ft be a number of changes in
HfeW an i l i: i;: slate SUPCTVlS
llnaurnnce as a result of thc re-fc'-niocratlc
landslide. In nearlj all
I"PB West- :
jBate Dlatc-i u, .- either because
" cliiiim- ia n-ilit leal complexion
J rtab -n- bi.ean plans made
B I'ncr.ii;.. in Illinois, where lusur
! -i I'ottf i reigns
11 regarded the leading
plate be. ause of Its location
Iftstern depai 'tim-itls of the va
Ptncs companies. Superintend
r f Illinois however, gave it.
" ;- ago i hat he Intendi .i to
0 aid-. I r how the e!( ctlon might
"a time ; . p0( i poned acceptance
ii flaitcriiiL. offers and remained
a a favor to Governor De
norc are ,.. ,,, lwo states In
w P"liiic;ii complexion has not
by the elei tlon, but when
Wvcrnor Is expet led lo prefor
man i..,r In.-.uianc- i-oiimn-sloner
a. office is appointive. The In
Bd In Its issue for N'ovemnw
ia fro, i, roira arc thai Auditor
Bleakly, ex-offlcio Insurance
oner. as been re-elected, as
Jtor Y H. O'Brien, of Indlamu
' Ike s Lewis. who wax
MBUrancc superintendent the
6 BP the Republican ticket, has
"aiected ay a Progressive. In
Attorney General Major, who
"plnlon in the stale rating
a has le.j lu the present comoll
H.I.H ije,.,, elceted governor. As
nVf the oppointtng of the In-
SfPwIntendcnt it is assumed
EE Change In his attitude can bo
WPDor',rf'i Geore M LaMonto has
jjwoirite.i commissioner of banking
Knee 0f Ncw Jer8cy Mr.
sHrfi Professor Ford who will
Ijn'h time hi tiK. future to work at
b " : i... inhered that
'sr- v selected bv Governor
i u ,1-31 months a-o to succeed
sssKtit nT-l.1'- Tlu: wk of the de-th,-l
altered very little be-
ZL1, a!: .bmnston, thc present
"niniiK-ir,iM.r, will be rc-appalnt-
general opinion among
nt ' ,n ,' insurance men i- that the
'to,,ii!m,,n'l'i- Willatd Done, will
m I,... (;,,VPior Spry.
' jH;,C1'a"c'; 111 Buroty Field.
'"..! McKell h;is been a;. pointed
SsHUrr..) ,lU branch office
Sbbbb Vlo'.", ' "' s,1i'"ly .omprinv of Nov
o U:y Kmc who ha:: re
SssVAeria '"' ,, al'- himself with thc
Mv,,-. ." ' Liability companv and
Wria VnJ lli,,',illy department of
k tenj.'fv.JJ" Itisuraiu e .company of
BssVKth' h:" b""n in th" Salt Lake
ilir. . A"if'Lan Surt-tv for more
Spani.i a,rr- H'- i-amc to' talt Lake
A'.t:i 1 Huh. and took ern-
tt. !y:u the American ns book-
Whn llf , , was advancc-j to the
Bwr.;ier. ;"" """ Hon be. amc asslfi
.m1" e' ,; !" Mhl"':' Position he ban
CI'V'V11'1'' "fflc'- luring Mr.
BBsf" til. ? Rh6encee from the city.
tot unrArK1Cal choU:c for tuanagei
"!&. rr'"'Pt of Mr. King's re-ig-
'ii'ri ffr"Ime.r- "Oh of II L. A. Cul
i$mj:.;. i-v cishier in the Salt
ilM? iKC "' American Surety, will
Ml!,K.,!i i ,' '.i 'i'nag-r. iu.-cccdlng
jLV.n'iu .VMl P-'?li i. .ii. i c.il
k n 3itntu manager for thc
company al it- Portland, Or., branch of
Death Held to Be Accidental.
A Jury in Hie Common Pleas court of
Cleveland, c gave the widow of Charles
v lohnson, s former major of the Fifth
regiment of the Ohio National Guard, a
.vi;t v judgment against the Now Am
sterdam Casualty company Johnson bad
nit accident policy In the above company.
On .Tune "5. 18,00, tt Is said, he came home
fatigued from a horseback ride and took
B cold ha lb. Thc shock of the cold wa
ter disabled him totally for twenty-nine
Weeks The company set up the defense
that the claimant's condition was not I
the result of an aocid nl. The Jury
thought otherwise and brought In a ver
dict for the full amount, with Interest;
A.y Johnson hud died before the suit came
to trial, his evidence was Introduced en
tirely by physicians and members of his
family. As the question at issue was one
of fact for the Jury to decide under
prop.-r Insi f net on fioni the court. It in
thought that the company win not gain
any tidng from an appeal.
Another "Dead Man'' Found.
Another dramatic instance of the sup
posedly .bad returning to life has been
provided at Pueblo. Colo. In tills i ap. ,
a in others. Insurance was concerned
M rs. E, ii. Stalauker ol Caney, Kansas,
sued lo reoovei on o policy of Insurance
carried bj her husband who had been
missing for eight 5 cai s and In whose
case was raised the legal presumption
of death during seven years' absence-
The sup 1 widow sought to collect
under a 12000 certificate of Insurance
In the Modern Woodmen . f America
The fraternal order doubted the death ol
Stalauker snd a special detective traced
him through Mexico, T xa.s, Utah, Ari
zona and New Mi-xbo and finally lo
cated him In F.I Paso, Texas, where he
was at work as 0 carpenter contractor.
He was golner under the name of E- S.
11. ut. hui win 11 1 Ii,. detective approached
him he admit led his identity.
Hart's disappearance was due to no
criminal act but 10 family difficulties
RulingB on Tjnportant Points.
The Kentucky court of appeals, in an!
opinion in tin .ase of tic Metropolitan
Life of Now York vs. With last week
ruled that an application when not at
tached to thi pollcs is Inadmlssabie evi
dence The court also passed on the
warrant.-, regarding treatment by physi
cian for disease, saying:
'Where a policy of Insurance provided
thai unless waived, the poll should be
void if llie assured has been attended
by a physician for any serious dlseast 01
complaint, it cannot be said that such
diseases n malaria, diseases m the kid
neys ett . referred lo lu n claim under
a" health pohev were sUch " ';7'"'"
within the category named a- avoiding
the policy such as pulmonary disease,
chronic bronchitis, cancer. dl.-eaM-, ut thc
Joseph F, Neve of this dtj still baa
charge '""f tbe life department of the
Aetna Life insurance company of Hart
ford. Conn . , , . 1
Thomas A. Wakchng. former, j of this
oily Is now loci ted at Ban OlegO, - al .
ripVescntlni a nuipber of old line fire
W the annual meeting of the Joint
BUDBrVlSOr? commlttc-c ol Ihe fire ln-
v urance compaitiea for the Mountain
Helrl nil the changes III rub- adpptofl
v the Atlantic City mooting of he
We- tern union w re adopted also rot tm
MoSntaln Weld and December 1 whi . fixed
M tin date 11 whlrh thc pnn ren
I sr4 to be P"1 Into 1 ffoct-'
BEGIN FIGHT ON THE
n HE LAW
Bar Association to Takfl Ac
lion Before Assembling of
j Special to The Tribune.
RENO. Nov., Nov. 17. -In thc Closing
llOUTS of the annual meeting of the Ne
vada Par association. Hon, Samuel W.
Bel ford, one of the most prominent at
torney., n Nevada and the man who was
mainly responsible for the ending of the
strike at the Ely Consolidated mines last
month, when :i."i)0 men returned to work,
sprang a Boosotlon yesterday when he In
troduced a resolution directing the com
mittee on Ub8tantlVe law to prepare and
recommend to th- next state legislature,
which meets in January at Carson City,
proposed amendments to the present di
This Is the PPecing gun In the cam
palgn to change the residence require
ments in Nevada from six months to a
yeai before .1 divorce may be applied for.
Divorce lawyers Immediately raised ob
it : ins to Belford - resolution, but the
Bar association, nevertheless agreed to
submit the matter to a vote of the full
Thc incoming legislature Is decidedly
antl-dlvorce and it is expected that thi
necessar changes In the law win be
made to do away with the notorious di
vorce colony. A battle will be waged by
tbr divorce attorneys to retain the pres
ent law and already the ministers In Die
state are said to be organising to fluht
for the abolition of the present lax di
vorce requirements, cspeclaiy as to
WILL AMEND FRANCHISE
Provo Commissioners Act Favorably on
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO Nov 17 The rltv coinmls
slmi. at their meeting Saturday, practi
cally decide,) to grant the petition of
thc Salt Lake & Utah Railroad compare
for amendments to its franchise, and an
ordinance in accordance therewith will
be formally passed Monday morning.
The amendments take In streets In the
city In addition to those already granted
to s B. Chlpraan, Abel John Evans
and others, and subsequently taken over
by the A. J. Orexn company.
W. C- Orem, president of the Salt
Lake A: I'tah Railroad company, has
also applied for a franchise for an In
terurban street railroad over Hie princi
pal streets of l-rovo city, and while no
definite action has been taken bv the
city commission, It g believed that tbe
franchise as asked for will bo granted.
The franchise provides thai not more
than .". cents shaJI be charged for a sin
gle fare within the cits limits. A per
Centage of the revenues of the company
ie to be paid to thc city, the amount,
however, has not yet been agreed upon.
The time for acceptance of the franchise
is thirty days, and 1 track Is to be con
structed on each of the streets named
within six months.
W C Orem. president of the Salt
Lake & Utah Interurban Railroad com
pany, is at present In Salt Lake City.
H. I. Moore, attorney for the company,
s;ild thai he knew nothing of the taking
over of his company by any other organi
zation or of a merger of all interurban
lines from Logan to Payson.
FIGHT FOR POSTMASTERSHIP.
Logan Democrats Get Into Snarl Ahout
Special to The Tribune.
LOGAN. Nov. 17 The light about the
Logan postnristersblp has now narrowed
down, apparently, to a contest between
J. M. Blair and A. G. Barber Some ol
the party leaders here foresee .1 good
deal of Double and (he possible division
into factions of the local Democracy.
Blair Is one of the original Wilson men
of this locality Barber was a Harmon
adherent and later a Clark man There
fore each of them has powerful friends
In thc state organi3atin. Heber C
Maughan, the third candidate, has not
the acquaintance among the stc-le lea lers
that the other two have and he ip not
prosecuting his campaign With such vigor
Ahcadv some members of the party
have demanded that a city primary he
called, and th.- postmasters nip matter
submitted to the Democratic voters In
Logan, but there Is nOl - very bright
prospect for this belnc done.
Tar Baby Mining Company, princi
pal place of business Atlas hlock,
Sail Lake City, Utah. Notice There are
delinquent upon the following described
stock on account of assessment No 2,
h-vied on the -nd day of October, I9U.
the several amounts set opposite the
names of the respective shareholders as
No Name. Shares Ami-
16 CHtld, W. H 21.25a 55.12
287 Erlcksen, Emll .".on 1.39
284 Fitsglbbun, Wm. - t"1 5.00
Ml Green C. R 'UAh'i .38
::u--Green. Zlna W 40.5'") 101.25
288 Green, H Victor... 5.00') 12.50
;:t) . .-ii. I loratbv K . .'..oon 1 ; ,i,o
288 MuSser, .'oh. W ".onn 5 00
240 Musser, Jos w. 1,600 8.70
241 MUSBcr, Jos. W 1,000 2,60
248 Musser, -Tos. W. ... 500 i,2H
146- Nellson, M. C 1.000 -.:Jn
16 (Bal.) l'orter: S. S.. ,900 17.25
24 4 Pullman. John LO'.io 2 50
64 Stocum, R. H 1.00" 2.50
B5Stoi urn, R. H 1. 2.50
66 Stocum, R. H 1,000 2.50
128 -Stocum, C C L"0ii 2. 50
72 Bears, Isaac ZOO .50
I B Trimmer, W, W 2.4t" t.oo
11 Trimmer, V. V ... ion .25
260 Tollen, Domenck . . 000 2.2B
And in accordance with law and an
order Of the hoard of directors made on
the 2nd day of October, 1012, to many
shares of each part-id of stock as may bo
necessary will he sold at thc principal
office of the- company. No 022 Atlas
block, Salt Lake City, Utah, on the 2nd
dy Of December. Ifil2 at 2 o clock
p tn. t'"1 pay the delinquent assessment,
together with the cost of advertising and
. xpensc- of talc.
F F HINT2UB,
NOTICE OF DELINQUENT ASSESb
M E NT NO. I,
tin vater Co. Principal place ol
uslnesSi room 81, ContiueutaJ Dank.
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Hotlee There arc delinquent upon tne
following described stock, on account of
smenl No. 1. levied august -'K. 1912.
the several amounts set opposite the
t,-i Of respective share bold era. as fol-
No Name. Shares. Ami.
is Henry L. Bstabrooks 475 7.oo
14 Sarah Co Anthony C25 100.00
16 1 :ho 1 1 1 Bapnister (trus
tee) - 623 100.00
And in accordance with law and an
order of t'1" board of directors made on
the 2r.U1 day of August. 1912. so many
I shares of each parcel of such stock as
may b essary will bo sold al 'he of-
I flee of liie company at Room 26, Conti
nental Rank. Salt Lake City, on the 2nd
'..,' of December, 1912. at 2 p. m,. to pa)
de!lnciucnt asse-hsmcnt thereon, together
with cost of advertising and eNpensea ol
U.le LOl'IS 1'. FARNSWORTU.
Secretary and Treasurer. Austju Water
Thc commercial Guard & Safety as-(,,-n
,., t toil a corpora 1 ion. has been organ
ized In this City for lh purpose of pro-t,-.
ling lives and property, especially OUT.
Ink the night.
Patrolmen have been sngaged wltn po
ll,,, power to do this work, and wc rs
ipectfull) solloll your patronage. B01
particulars catl at our offlco or wntc us
1 66 w. Ith 80. st. .
Solleltors wn call on you and explain
j our method and any particulars. ki9'"c
ft, V ; i
Guide to Business
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Tribune Waul Columns.
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ing, selling, exchanging buying, obtaining employment,
learning of investmenl chances- all are to be accomplished
by means of The Tribune Wants.
Try the ;ini in aiding economies of business and the
Let the Want serve you in providing the necessities f
the oifice, factory, simp, mill or the home.
There s many an economy, many ,-t gainful transaction to
be gained by taking advantage of Tribune Wan1 Chances
SIEGEL in this city, November 17, L912.
Elisabeth stegei. aged 88. funeral
services will be held at the residence ol
n. 1. Rothschild. 212 Seventh Cast street,
today. M inony. N"o eirilxr ', at i : p.
m. Interment, ft'nal Israel.
EBER XV. HALL. UNDERTAKER AND
arabalmer, 104 so. West Temple. Phone
E. G O'DONNELL, UNDERTAKER
and embalmer, has moved to now loca
tion 236-227 South Wesl Temple street.
Realty bldg Phone 58O. o3399
LARKIN-irrT.r. ttndkrtaking com
pany: modern cliprt ranors; 366 So.
2nd llat. Telephone Wasatch 6183
Otk-ti day and n!?ht k409
FOUNG LADY WISHES DRESRMAK
tut; by the day. Phone Wasatch
AMERICAN GARMENT CUTTERS'
school 110 f. Broadway. Hyland 1957
cutler's School of Dressmaking. k225S
HtTDDART FLORAL CO.. 68 SO. MAIN
st. Phone JOti Cut flowers and fu
neral designs. nlS82
THE LEADING lrf.'niST W. W. KINd.
211 B 2nd go Phone 87 1.207
LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. P..
McKensIa Display yards 143 Ko. State.
DR J. B. K.ET8OR. 240 MAIN" ST TEL
Wasatch 66SS. Good sot teeth 5 no.
DR. HODGES. DENTIST SUITE ::i7-t
Broolts Arcade bldg. Best and cheap
est Wasatch 8054. h3917
DR E. H, CONGER, DENTIST, PRICES
rcoFnnn'r-.e. work guaranteed, oxtracr
ion by the use of somnoforme, Sunday
10 to 2: 218 Kearns bldg. Was. 932. hl027
DR F L. MORGAN, DENTIST, 502
Scott building. Onen evenings, d2'?fi3
POWERS k MARIONEAUX. ATTOn
neys. O. Powers, Thomas Mnrlon
einix. J. W McKlnney, Roger W Powers.
Tup floor front, Kearns bids. Was. 1S50.
J. y. Forrington, notary n3l32
i L, PALMQUIST. ATTORNEY, RE
moved to 201 Kearns bldg. Was. 8299.
T). L. OLF.SON. LAWTF.R.
3Q7 Boston hide; Wasatch p3q
BILTAKA, powered, dissolvent odor
lese weedfesa; prepared for plants.
bulbs, lawns, sbrubhep,-. Mfg ley Taylor
Phosphate & Pertllizer Co , dealers In
fertile soils and fertilisers, HOT Bueno
ave W 3681-W., for snlf hy Peoples
Porwardlng Co. Porber-Walton Co.
CHIMNEYS AND FURNACES CLBA.N
cd an'l repaired Salt Lake Furnace
& Chimney Co. Was. 2314. k2S
CHIMNEY SWEEPING AND FUR
, nar-p cleaning. Leave orders at Druehl
ft Franken's. Wasatch 100. kl909
AJtROW PRESS UTAH'S BIGGEST
plant. Printing, Binding. Office Sup
plies and Furniture. Legal Blanks, 81
W 2nd So. Exchange 202. kits
SCOTCH PIBS. SCCH AS YOU ATI2 IN
Scotland, with all the flavors and
Spices; 5c each, r, for 25c. T served.
McPhles Scotch Inn, two doors west B. L.
I heater h3914
GATRELL'S UNIQUE SCHOOL OF
shorthand and typewriting. 313 D. F.
Walker bldcr. b2905
uct 10 tier cent discount on fall bulbs.
Porter-Walton Co . 27 1 Stute h313
COMBINGS MADE INTO SWITCHES,
81. CO. Ladles, brlnp tbe.ni to Velvet Ina
parlors, tl.- l. 4th South. h:t915
w. WILLIAMS .v BON, 166 N ST BELL
1515-w. Upholstering, chairs rccaned ,
GOOD SHOOTOfG AT BAILEY DUCK
club. Sl.i'O per day. Apply to guard ut j
club. Shooting every day. ki42
m"lnsT"oxToT UP. LA-
dieS1 oxfords and shoes at 8Sc UP
ThoreaoOi ill South State st. H8108
WHERE TO STOP
LINCOLN HOUSE, OS BAST 1ST SO.
".So room?, rate:-, oic. 4". and 5uc. mod
ern; bathS, 16c n!339
MEN'S AND LADIES' HATS CLEANED
and reblocked. Salt Lake Hat Factory,
6 W. 2nd South W as- 2707. , 1251 1
I LOST AND FOUND
lost - I WILL PAY A REWARD OF $60
ror info-.-jnatlon which will Insure the
arrest and conviction of the sneak thief
wfto stole my overcoat from the court
room while i wa-s engaged In argument
Derore the Jury in the Sorensen cat:c O.
- Hilton 627 Symes bids. Denver, Colo.
LOST QOLTJ CLASS PIN. NAME ON
back. Telephone Way. 2274-fL Re-
Li!:T,rHAT bt mr Furs ell. tn
Duchesne river 85.00 reward by the
Merit 11., t Co., 81 and S3 East Second
South (near State). fj2 and ?3 hats ) k96
LOST G ENTLEM AN'S GOLD WATCH,
open case, Initials i. a. Return fii"
JUdge bids; Reward. k22i
LOST-A T THE CMA R 1 TY BALL.
small blue turquoise brooch. Please re
turn to 36 W. 2nd So. Reward. 123?7
FOI7ND BLACK spaniel Ton U1E
Bun Blunt. Call HS2 McClelland m
LADY'S WATCH ND CHATELAINE
pin. monogram "I. T D " Reward.
Phone Was. 1703. 201' East Apricot t
HlOf TEST PRICIviS paid forThPTl
goods; p..ori bought, sold or oxhangod
Buckeye Furniture StOre, 143 So. w T
Was 1629 ?inr;
I H IGH EST PR l CES PAID FOR OLD
clothes and shoes-. E. Green. Wasal h
WANTED ALL KINDS op 2ND-HAND
furniture; highest price p-iid. Utah
Furniture Co.. II" e.'.t 2nd So. V,i
S E COND -HAN D FUR NITER 5 WANT
ed -it. the Furniture Exohange. 113 So.
. W. Temple. Bowers & Evans Furniture.
I Co.. Waaatoh MOT h31Di
H. 11. GOODS BOUGHT. sfuTri. Ex
changed. Gler A Co., fi2 W. 3rd So.
; Was 888 e2372
I I PA Y P. EST PRICE FOR SECOND
I hand koch!.-. y. Clickman, 71 south W.
j Temple. Wasatch 4513. kl797
WE BUT LADIES' AND MEN'S CAST
! off olo thing; best prices. L. King. TVa -I
satch 1417. kH3
WE BUT. SELL. EXCHANGE 2ND I in.
h b. goods. Oak l-'urn. Co., 315 S. State
Wasatch 'i"i I k!902
WE RENT TYPEWRITERS.
All makes repaired, exchanged and sold.
Utah Typewriter Exchange Co.. west
2nd South Phone !30. Established 10'i
HIGH-f.RADK TYPEWRITERS fV AIT.
makes 'or sale or vent STEWART
GLEESON CO TYPEWRITER EX
CHANGE 86 West 2nd South. -27l
REMINGTONS. MONARCTIS AND
Smith Premiers In excellent condition
for rental purposes: monthly. thre
mouths for prompt lervlco. Reming
ton Typewriter Co.. 172 South West Tem
ple. Phones Wasatch 77 and 73. kl001
FRUITS AND COAL
7, 1 0 N'S FRUIT & COAL CO.
Fruits. Vesetables and All Kinds of
Fancy Groceries. Hay, Grain. Coal and
WASATCH 5142. 330 S. W. TEM
SAFES AND VAULTS
A COMPLETE LINE OF SAFES AND
vaults always on hand. A few second
hand safes for .-.ale. Write for circular
Shealy Safe & Vault Co., 41 p. 0. piao
JOHN, J. LA A SB,
Mechanical engineer structural desisn
liiK and geneial drafting. Inventing a
specialty. Office. No. COL' Kearns bldg.
T el. Wasatch 02 b2fi21
LADIES' AND GENTS' TAILOR
c. wT irumr 226 constitijtion
building, opposite ' C. M I. Your own
material made up. hir.i
THE GODDARD-ABBEY CO., AUDIT
anij general accountancy. 522 Ma-
Intyro hide,-. Wasatch 5164. c2033
TORS NOVBLTT ADVERTISING f3o
Distributors for hand bills and all kinds
(.: advertising. Halla and windows dec
orated. 109 Scott bldg Was. 05M.
WE WELD CAST IRON, ALUMINUM,
steel or any other metal: brJag your
broken machmea and water Jackets to us
for repair- Utah Ornamental iron &
Bronze Woika, 155 W't-.-l South Temple.
Was; teii 4678. MgOT
aloTke ipFrriitiAND locxwark
a sp,..clalt. S. L. Lock Workn. Was
4a54 SSlS IS
WE SELL. RENT AND REPAIR ALL
makes. 100 Eo.st 2nd So. Wasatch 4708.
KOR Fi-RNITCBE CLEANING AND
French polishing call Hyland 2?:s-R.
PIRST-CLA8S WORK TO LADIES EN
teitalnlus a t home. Hyland 161-J. I
ACACIA IvODGE NO 17. F. 4k A. M.
Mhsoc te-nj,;.. iirrt S-.ith and S.v
ona Ei-:. EUegular meetings nrsi Satur-
day t.i luonrii. .Me:c.:.e ... ', i-;r lo-i..-mid
SOjOUrnltii; br-th:en c.rdially Invited.
U. E. WIGHT, W. M
V. A. McCARTY, Secretary. xlJSO
EL KALAH TEMPLE, . A. O. N. M. 8.
- It. il.c r cislons Ie- d ut MaKontc
temple, corner Second Lrt and First
."oath, ibe third Wednesday In each
iioiith. Sojourolng nobles Invited to at
tend. C. H. Fischer. Hi.. Potentate: J.
m Marriott, in.. Recorder.
at ARGENTA LODGE NO. 3.
k i AND M --At Ma on
temple Second E
7 nd Flrsl South Ireota, first
' ' 'i u sday each 1 tonth
Members of sist.-r ladsjes ana sojourning
brethren Invited. N. w. ilewett. w. M. ;
.Mow eg C. Phillips, Secretary.
M l". MOR I A 11 LODOB NO. 2. F. ft A
M. Masonic bail, second Monday each
month, corner First South ar.d Second
Ea.-t. Members of sister lodes mid .--journlnc
members in j;o-d landing in
vited, c. r. Years! ey. w. 11
WAS ATi II I.OI i;k no I. J ft A. M.
Masonic temple, corner FIrt South and
Second East. Regular meetings second
Friday of each month. Members of
r-ister 'ikIijpr and sojourning brethren
cordially united. E. A. Le.ilhcrwood, W.
M A . .r Lowe. Secretary.
a LINDS CT1 PTBR NO
Uk i Order of Basl il
ff. Masonic temple Stated
JjfflKlON' ice-ins It !": .I.i
cac!-. month. Visiting
KicQ member!? will receive B
jfcA . .niiai welc
r JENNIE R. BRECKON,
v M ; NELLIE T.
fav MIZPAH CHAPTER NO
rt ... ' irder I ; ii 1 ei n
Jfsiry Stated meellnu's first
&vSytt Monday of each month.
yRifejV Masonic temple, corner
QyB S tond East and First
W South. Visiting members
r cordially invited.
GERTRUDE C. BENJAMIN, W. M.
LOUISA STEWARD. Secretary.
a ELECTA CHAPTER NO.
SV 8, Order Eastern star.
Jtfar -Stated meetings thud
Tuesday of each month.
tB8 Alasonlc temple, corner
r i Second East and Plrst
W South, i;-.t-.n members
LUCENA MARCEL, W. M.
MARY L. TAYLOR. Secretary.
A A S. RITE -Til E FOUR CO-ORDI-nate
bodies of the A- A. S. Rite uf Fiec
Masonry' wlli hold stated meet iiii;s the
third Thursday it.- eaah montn at the Ma
sonic temple, corner l-'irst South and Sec
ond East Sojourning brethren moted.
u H. Harding, S2d deg.
N. M. Jordan lodge of Perfection No. 3
M. E Llpman. 82d dog.
W. M. James Invi- Chapter of Rose
Croix No. I.
Charles u. Jack. K. C c. H
Commander i I Sail Like Council of Ka
doKh No. 1.
C. 11. Fisher, 32d de.
M. "f K. (Jonslfitory No. 1.
Getaid R, Yearsley, 33d de.
Kegistvr for all the bodies,
i I COMMAND FRY NO. 1. KNIGHTS
Templar- Stated conclave held in Ma
aonlc Temple, corner Second Faft and
First South, the, first Thursday of each
month Sojourning sir Knights cordially
Invited to attend.
F. C. RICHMOND K C
I-:. O LLATI1ERWOOD. Recorder.
UTAH CHAPTER. NO. I. R. A. M.
stated convocation second Wednsday
In each nioi th i Masonic hall, ...inrr
Second East and Flrsl South streets.
Companions cordially invited .Tohn T.
Breckon, H. P.; Muses C. Phillips. Secre
tary. Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
.JORDAN LODGE NO. 3. L O. O. F.
Meets every Monday niplil at I. O.
O. F, teniple. Walton Invited, c. rm
eron. N G.: A. L. Weaver, Y. G-; W T
Hopkins, secretary. a 1437
I. O. O. l" temple DIRECTORY.
Subordinate lodges meet as '-dlowa:
Salt Lake lodge. No. 2. Frlds
Enterprise lodge. No 18, Tuesday.
MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE MEETS
first and third Saturday evenings of
each month at 1. O. O. F. temple. o317S
NAOMI REBEKAH LODGE NO 1
Meets every second and fourth Satur
day evenings of each month at Odd Fel
lows temple, Market st. n3352
Btaghtfl of Pythias
CALANTH E-MYRTLE LODGE NO I,
K. of P. Every Monday, K. of p hail.
128 E 3rd 8outh. Frank Erath, C C;
N W Sonnedecke-.-, K. of R and S
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3-
Every Thursday evening, K of P hail.
161 2nd Bast Harold Holmes, C. c. s.
N. Randolph. K. of R. and S.
LINCOLN LODGE NO -JS. K OF P.
Meets every Saturday evening at s
' 1 ICk 111 K. Of P. ball. 123 K 3rd South,
entrance Linden hotel. L. c. Shaw, Jr..
C. C ; A O. Garn lt, K of R. and S.
ROYAL ARCANFM. S.W.T LAKE COl'N
Oil No. 1517. Second and fourth Wed
nesdays. K. of P. ball, 122 East 8rd South
street Walter E, Jones, regent; E. L.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE OF THE
World Salt Lake City lodgs No. 259.
meets In the Moose Clubrooms, 222 South
v c i Temple Street, Thursday nights,
GEO. A WHITAKER, Dictator
S. R. WELSH, Sei retary.
GREA T SALT LAKE CAM P NO. 10071,
M. w. a Mets every Monday night
at 8 o'clo.-k in the Oibi Fellows temple,
P. 0 place. Visiting members cordially
KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES. SALT
Lake City tent No. 2. Every Thurs
day, r. o. O P. hail Visiting Knights
FORESTERS OF AMERI4 A -MEET
flrxt and ihlrd Tuesdays sach month
at Eagles hall; H. A. Welling, F s.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Salt Lake aerie No 87.-Ever., Friday,
S p m., ICaples hall.
EXCELSIOR CAMP NO. 10892, MODERN
Woodmen, meets Tuesday evening in
M W A. hall. 161 Main st Visiting
neirhbors welcome. C. D. Smith. V. C. .
J. W. Bwln, dork.
UTAH CAMP No. 33lT w. o W.
Wednesday evening, F O. E. hall, 163
S W. Temple. Visit 1115 neK)t,0,;, u,..
come. Jesse ii Collins. Consul; E. w
TO PATENT INVENTIONS. REGIS I'EH
trad.- mark or copyright, sc.; .T. M.
Thomas. 30S Utah Savings Jfc Trust bldg.
SCOTT CO.. ALL COUNTRIES;
terms reasonable. 32C-7 Judge '.!.)..-.
CURDBY OXYGEN. FttJSBBOOK
let. Lots of Salt Lake 1 est iruonla le.
Learn bls scientific and ONLY CURE.
Write or phone today. L'tah Oxypathor
Co. Hyland 3S4&-M. soi Molutyre bldg
FURS AND TAXIDERMISTS
WE DO EVERYTHING IN THE FUR
and ta.vldermlsl lino. We carry com
plete line of ma -in facto red ......ir Clean
ing. rcpiirliiR. re -dyeing and remodeling
at cut rates. 23 years fit Salt Lake. R.
Stenzel Fur Co., 57 E. 3rd South, gi'OtiS
TYPEWRITING, DUPLICATING, QUICK
and accurate w -:k; prompt service;
moderate prices. John R Free. 7S W.
2nd So at, Wasatch H33. h3637
WAantBD SITUATION MALE
: V N BA81 MATTER TO SELECT
lbs r. oal competent doniefctle HI
helpers If you will summon them to your
noma through a Want Ad.
WANTED -POSITION BY YOUNG H
!:arrlr man. experienced la clerical B
work. Can furnish reference". Address
FIR 81 CLASS JAPX Nl ISE COOK ; I
wants position out of city. $50 and up'
I 31 Richard,-, st. ' K1733
IF YOU WOULD SEIZE SUCCESS TN
e.:-. p.-oportl-.--.. !f von ye.-k advance -mnt
and arc capab'e of bearing respon
Ability ar.d can inak-. pood Hie Wants
be your means of betterment
MAN M, WIFE WANTS POSITION
in pnvati family or janitor work or
on ranch. Address W-4. Tribune.
EXPERIENCED JANITOR WANTS lit '
Steady work, .-..l-e.- Tribune. Ilii
position WANTED TO TAKE CARE
of a private place, horse, cow, poul
try. by a sober, steady youns man of
experience. Reasonable wages. Addres
W-68. Trll 11 -. k2H?
BOOKKBEPBR WANTS SET OF BOOKS
Bn k'-ep tart ., .!.. or cicnlns. ,d- cf,
dress I'. O. '.. -. pi'.t. k222)
WANTED C'TTTT A TTON FEMALE
WHAT ARE THE jTeTCDN THR
home today are capable srvant
' ! -a co 1- mal I or other domestle
helpers'.' The Wan?' will bring them to
you. The Wants likewise fin the neds
of business they provide careful, con
sclentious, painstaking workers In every
line of human endeavor.
ELDERLY WOMAN WANTS ANY KIND
Of work by tin- da-. 342 West 3rd So
EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER BTE
nographer, desires position. Would b,
willing to start wltn moderate salary
Phone Wasatch 3080-W. W2M7
A pi SINES8 WOMAN AND HTENOO-
rapher desires position In office. Eic-.-- iH
perlence and good reference Phone af4-
enioon Wasatch fif'S-.T. k22ft' 'rk'i
W A NTED - - A GF.NTS.
WANTED AGENTS LEGITIMATE SCR-
StitUte fr slot nv) -'lines r.l'erfe.l; r.
sells on sigh! f..r l 00. Particulars,
Qlsha Co.. Anderson. Ind. k21S0i '
YOUR MONEY IS WELL SPENT
' hen . our shoes ar. repaired with Mon
arch ,,r the Oaks Leather.
MONARl H SHOE REPAIRING CO.. J1
21 E. Second South. Phone 3533. '
WILL GIVE , ,000 SHAREB TREAS
ir' stock and furnish provisions and
'" try suppilc to have aaseesmenJI
jror -lone in Big Cottonwood. See Wm
Crowe. 27 Latmer bile. h3304
IT IS SN EASY MATTER TO TURN
the W.-':,t- to ..cunt Just stop and
think for a moment what yon need mosl, - J
then put the Wants to work for you.
WILL SHIP '"'AR 1 1. 14. GOODS Tt) LOS
Angeles and one j,-, chlesRo and m '
Portland, and ona to Flonds net ten
dayF: very reasonable rates Kimball Van.
& stoi-j;e Co.,, Tl- so Main n3;0
WE HAVE A FEW UNCLAIMED
tailor-made suits and overcoats thai I
we'll Sell for I est than the prlc of read
madea Spielberg rallorlng CO. M w HI
2nd so. k1802
FURNTTURE OF ALL KINDS WANTED:
win pay on first-class price. II
Plsh'er Co., 165 So. w. Temple. Wa
satch 5171 e2M
LIST YOUR SECOND-HAND .M'TOMO.
hi!" irlth ie. We i-rtve customers fo
ill kinds and sizes. Fowler. 53-5P So.
ALL KINDS SECOND-HAND CLOTH -Ing.
trunks, valises; best prices paid
22 Commercial st Rrpiv by postal csni
Ph.. lie 377 1. fT4
UTAH JUNK CO.. HIGHEST PRICE
paid for Iron bras!, rnc. bott'es, rnb
br. copper, etc. M co fth West. Phna
Wasatt I !2f. m9V
A FEW UNCLAIMED tailor. MADE
suits and overcoats at a barcaln- 1 I
Spielberg Tailoring Co.. 67 W. 2nd So
TO do YOUR UPHOI STERING AND I
mattress remaking. Utah P-eddine .f-
Mfc. Co. Phono 888.
WILL BUT M.L 2ND -HAND GOOnp
wc can get. Mlch'c Furn. Co.. 348
Was. 5145. klfCK
HIGHEST PRTCES PAID FOR SECON'T'
!-nnd furniture carpet", stoves, trunk",
and vallsea Wasatch g837
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SECOND-. I
hand cHthlnc. A. Alport, 145 South
We.t Temple. Warn (eh 3M-W. h8182
1 PAY THE BEST PRICES FOR TOiT.
old clothes. Bell r.021. a2."
YOUR OLD CLOTHTNG WILL CALL
Salvation Army. Phone. tSltl
ALL KINDS of HOUSEHOLD GOODS
wanted Tel. Was. 3125. kl0g4 l.ft.'J
WANTED TO BORROW si3on to $?i(v.
for months on gdod security. Art
dress .X-9. . Tribune. k?241 H
WANTED FURNITURE OF AL'.
kind-: so. "I pries paid. P'td's. R! W !
Srd South. Phone Wasatch 1225. k2278
WANTED TO BUY.
TImT'vYANt' COLUMNS ARE SCANNED H
by thousands, many of whom are pro
WILL PAY CASH FOR FOUR-ROOM
house: must be !n southeast part of HI
cltv Also at bargain If vou want you
mcnev a: once- Box lot Ruth. Nevada
M'.'K I . :
' 111 i 1 JKE TO BUY MODERN.
brick house, four or more rooms, large
lot In ood location, must be a bai
rfain. X-19, Tribune. k2,06j
H-GAUGB PUMP GIN Ml'ST BE
d 1 order and cheap, for cash. Ad-
Iresi W-19, Tribune. klati
WAVlTn TO TRADE
WILL TRADE TWO DOZEN ROLLS
,H.i'to! mnstc tor t'..".-nntr player fot VStJSi
66-note mush which I have not played.
Bring vour music 808 Flrsl a-, e. icl61
Tr' A")(T?5:EST 2ND SOUTH.
'Jl ,-i urM with his cclebrtaerl
Chinese remedies. hi 28
Bailor made corsets
Mrs. Mann Hy. 80W-J en k
T: .- j V: -!
LIVERY STABLE U:
m". JOY STABLES. CA KRLM3ES AND
llahl )ierv horses bought aud sold.
ir-LUMBlNG ELECTRIC WORK
CAUU '" hTgLE Y-ryUDLEY COTOT:
"'.itimblns and ch-ctrlcal repairs. Was BHJ
M ITR ESS ICS AND SPRINGS RE- .
pidrcd. Salt Lake Mattr.iss & Mfg. Co.
Phone 8399. pl66S 'JI
PAINTING AND DECORATING
CYi?SITlP A.- SON. I.T, STATE
Wasatch blL All work guaranteed.