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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORMNG, .NOVEMBER 19, 1912. 13 jj
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In ifl is solo
Kj VngIil & Sons Are the
liu The Tribune.
fKgt-Xor. IS. Through the admin-
!? r"tlnn for tlic aunr0N'Hl oC -,lc
IBB developed today tliat the Wood
IB' jj,,,; on Twenty-fourth street
KiueJ from PsscssIon of tlic
jljiP. ypodmanscc estate. to W. IT.
iKfcSow the purchase price being
m Tho deal was closed a. few days
Ifcllho formal transfer of, tho prop
l,mado today when the court ap
jlrf tbo w'c-
jK'WooilrnnnEce block i3 one of the
a-Kj juJIdlnps in the business district,
Jff0ur stories In height and having
'tUS of about 100 feet on Twcnly
sKircot. At the present time- the
IE floor is de-voled to storo rooms
Ke three upper floors to roomlng-
W iSjulrinB of this properly gives
Wrirtt company total frontage of
(&! on Twenty-fourth street .and lob
?K Woihlngton avenue, the company
B owning the one-story structure
' m'ri br the Watson-Tanner Clothing
ilEar la addition to tho main bulld
UE tjio corner. While plans for the
riEtttatcd improvements have not
ykTSmPtctcd. It- is known positively
mis tlmo that tho Wright company
'lift1" an effort to consolidate all of
CErtmcnts under one roof and in
! Bilbo ground lloor space- As to the
Kunifd block, the new owners have
m& to Install slc'am heat and make
Hflinprovcinents at once.
jgjL tlic fifteen-foot alleyway at
Ifctfth lido of the main building: and
IE tho wall of tho building now
K by the Manhattan clothes shop,
Kmany will create a room for the
Kg department , now located In a.
to & few doors to the north of the
Hiwre. Other Improvements will be
ftj upon at an early date.
PETITION IS DENIED,
liiilonars Refuse to Allow Encroach
; ment on Property of City.
U to Tlie Tribune.
iDLV.Xov. IS. Ruling that any por
ta occupies city property lays hlm
kt to prosecution, the city com
Kxa unanimously refused at their
is tonight to grant J. S. Lewis &
tie right to extend their building
l fett and four inches out over the
nit line, the same as fhe Plngrce
al bank, J S. LcwIb petitioned
BomUsloncrs for this privilege, rcp
itlnp that his storo was "ovorshad
r by the bank building,
i commissioner of public finance
the legal department were instructed
At tlie necessary action to collect
from tlie Salt Lake & Ogden Rail
wrorany and $153 from the Ogden
i Transit company for street im
ctnU. JL. Bradley petitioned the commis
n for a change In the pool room
Met, asking that tho municipal II
tbe assessed In accordance with the
kr of tables In opera lion, instead
i tamo amount for all establish
MANGEMENTS FOR FUNERAL.
;,Jne S. Richards Will Be Laid at
! lto The Tribune.
Nov IS. Presidents Joseph
eltli and Charles W. Penrose, to-
Will many others prominent In
(canon church, will be in attendance
jwkat tin, funcnil services oi
"no S. Richards In this oily Wcd
y afternoon. The services will bu
I tlic Ogden tabernacle at 1 o'clock.
the others who have been an
tra u kpeakers arc Apostle David
J7, Mrs. Emmcllnc B. Wells and
p uobcit McQuarrle. Prof. Joseph
Wot or tho Ogden tabcrnuclc choir
ve charge of the musical pros'-
The body will He in state at
Pje of the daughter, Mrs. Joseph
't 85 Twenty-fourth street, from
Tuesday and between the
I3 and 12 o'clock on the day of
taeral. The Interment will bo In
Rmrs. freeland dead.
Known Ogden Woman Passes Away
V; at Afle of 69 Years.
Jj to The Tribune.
5 v' iS. Mrs. Eliza X. Frec
K'Sir 53 'cars. wife of Hugh Frco
at the family home. 900 Can
IE in 4 o'clock this morning after
:H.m.m.5 rrom pneumonia. Born In
?S Lngland, November JI. 1S13,
meeland came to Utah thirty-four
IKi? .a!'d resided In Ogden up to
HbT, her death. For many years
'K7 .prominent In the relief society
the Seventh ward.
'Bar . i JoncH will conduct the
Kr J s"-cc? al the Seventh ward
'BSmv in? w,ock Thursday afternoon.
mmTi ti." ,,,c 1,1 statu at the Larkln
on. A cdncKday and at the family
pygjJHP to the hour of tho services
:BiUt Lake City Household Will
Tind Them So.
fm6 tl)e nains and acbes of a
removed to be entirely free
ODOyinjT, duuceroiis urinary dis
m? cnouRh to make any kidney
m fateful. Tbo followincr advice
0 haa 8u""rcd will prove com
TO Tvords to hundreds o Tribuuo
lll' A7Ct, 1G0 South Twelfth
te'eCkSalt Lako Cit3'. Utah, says:
JEJ ,dDev Pills 'cro of yrcater
KoV m than riny othor' ,ono'(iy T
"Nlt PUbl,y 3tatemut T pave
Ko ?ra'lS0 SOmo -VcarB H" stil1
IK'h and 1 h!1V0 no objection to
SCC1 Publication. I Wns both.
vrab,y by iiftins in th mttU
iKiiV ,and a t0 Sequent desire
K S? tuhV' "ocrotions. T ofton
bffnB toft?00 orour ti,es n,t
jBn- pin.10 thi weaknesg. Doan 'a
IBsr& ?cured at Srfmipim-
1ml Hi "tore, soon removed my
! ev1"5' ""Provioff my condi-
M Baft TtDchI,a1ram' John6on '5 drug
K X?JZ0?- frostor-Milbiirn Co.,
P BtatV ' 8 e flK0Dtfl for tbo
'KlhL thfi amc Donn 's and
K- ' (AdvertiBement )
o"iS?Uri?fiy; Incrment will be In the
Ufeiicn Lily comctcry.
TO BE BURIED THURSDAY.
Funeral of W. S. Conncll will Be Held
From Larkln Chapel.
Special to The Tribune.
ll-m?1 N'0V;, ls-TTh0 'uncrul of Wll
lam S. Council, whose death occurred
as evening will, be held Thursday af
ternoon with services at the iJarkln
chapel at 3 o'clock. Tho funeral wl The
nude In the Ogden City cemetery. The
remains will He l state at the late res -denco
of .Mr. Council on Farley avenue
Wednesday afternoon and evening and
.it the chapel up to the hour of the serv
ices on Thursday.
-Mr. Council's death, which was due to
pneumonia occurred at the homo of his
daughter, Mrs. George Taylor, corner of
cross street and Farley avenue. Mr. Cou
ncil was an old resident of this cltv, com.
lng to Ogden when u young man and
spending the .greater part of his life here,
lie was born at Manchester, ISnglann,
June .5, ISaO. For five yeurs Mr. Cou
ncil was custodian of Die Weber county
court house, but. since returning to Og
den last March after a brief residence
at Mackey Idaho, he had had charge of
the Utah Construction company's har
ness department. - Tho widow, two sons
and three daughters survive him.
OGDEN TO CLEAN UP.
Sanitary Inspector Flndo Conditions In
Spcclnl to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Nov. IS. Conditions which arc
S-Vd ,t uc, V!lt'y worse than anything
which he lias heretofore discovered in
the city were found by Sanitary Inspect
or George Shorten when he visited the
Chlncso lodging houses at 2.it xind 'Jjtf
Twenty-fifth street today. Tho unsani
tary condition caused the city official
to send out notices to American owners,
threatening them with arrest and prose
(sutlon If improvements wero not started
within five days.
Inspector Shorten has completed his
tests of tho milk supply and finds the
milk furnished by local dealers well above
the butter fat percentage required by the
law. ITo found considerable sediment,
however, and has sent out notices to the
dairymen asking them to be more clean
ly in the care or their cows and the hand
ling of the milk.
TO SHIP ACROSS WATER.
Big Consignment of Utah Apples Will Be
Sent to Germany.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDI3N, Nov. IS. As an experiment In
placing American apples on the German
market, the growers of Trcmonton and
Blwood arc now selecting, under tho
supervision of an expert packer, a con
signment of twenty-llvo carloads of tho
finest Boar River apples for shipment
across the Atlantic. Oregon apples have
brought as high as $2.80 per bushel on
the German markot, while German-grown
apples were soiling at SI. 50, and tho Utah
growers arc anxious to test the market
value of the Bear River product.
Arrangements also have Just been com
pleted for tho placing of twcniy-fwo car
loads of apples from the northern valley
on tho Los Angeles market a.1 an early
OBJECTION TO TROUSERS.
For Puttlnn Hl3 Displeasure In Words
Young Boy Is Fined.
Special ' to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN". Nov. IS. Clarence Carey's ob
jection to tho manner In which David
Ecclcs, Jr., wore his trousers cost tho
young man $15 In tho police court, today
when - Juclco v'Vv Rccder learned tho
particulars. According to tho testimony,
Eccles, Jr., Is .a-high -school student and,
being such, had his trousers rolled up to
the proper height above his shoo tops.
"When he noticed this. Carey suggested
at random that "tho kid ought to wear
short pants and save expenses," Eccles
objected to the remark and trouble re
sulted in Carey slapping the boy. In
tho court this morning Carey acknowl
edged that he had taken a few drinks.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Nov. IS. O. E. Cloward. ar
rested at Burrvlllc, Sevier county, and
brought to this city to faco a charge ol
obtaining money under false pretenses,
was released from custody by Sheriff
E. E. Harrison this afternoon on Instruc
tions from County Attorney David Jon
son. The Edgar Jones Grocery company
filed the complaint against Cloward. who
was formerly employed by tho company
as a salesman, hut there apparently was
pome misunderstanding as tho company
refused to push the ease. Cloward was
confined In the county Jail over Sunday.
Thought to Bo Insane,
Special to The Tribune-
OGDEN, Nov, IS. Frank Flolds, aged
40 venrs, a resident of Marriott, was
taken Into custody by Sheriff E. K. Har
rison's officers this, afternoon and will
be examined as to his sanity. TVhcri 1 of
ficers arrived at the Fields farm, they
found their man, armed with a pitch
fork, chasing his brother around the
barn lot- This, according to tho rela
tives, has often occurred during the past
few weeks. Although he has never succ
eeded in Injuring any of his relatives, It
Is said that the man's condition has been
violent at times. He will be given an
Converts in Quarantine.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. Nov. IS. After an enforced
stav In Chicago, where they were quar
antlried on account of measles, a family
named Henderson, six In number, has
bfen released and will arrive in Ogdon
about Wednesday. Tho Hendersons aie
Mormon converts cn route from fenBland
to make their home In th s city. Tho In
formation regarding their release Jfj om
quarantine came to Sanitary Inspector
George Shorten from tho office of Presi
dent Joseph F. Sniith.
Educator to Talk,
Special to Tho Tribune
OGDEN. Nov. JS. In response to an
invitation from the Ministerial associa
tion of this city, P- P- Claxton. UnlUd
States commissioner or education, has
UKroed to deliver an nddrcsB at the
union services in tho First Method 1st
rhurch next Sunday evening. Commls
s loner Clruxton will arrive In CTtah , during
fho latter nart of this week for tho nut
pro i Attending tho annual ''ventiou
of the. Utah , Educational association In
Salt Lake City next week.
Action on a. Noto,
Special to Tho Tribune.
nriinv Nov IS. Tho case of the
Fi?st Natloiml imnk against the William
DrlvVr Son Drug company was taken
up for trial in Judgo J. A. irowcll's d Ivl
;L of the district court today. Hicrn
is "10 Jur" and the court, will ass upon
the evidence. The hank Is socWmr to to
;vor $SSG alleged to bo duo im promls
Srf nol6H issued before tho druff com
pany went out of business In IMh city a
few months ago-
Clothing- Is Stolon.
Special to Tho Tribune.
nr.DHN Nov. 1S. Tho loea of an
overcoat and suit of clothes was auf
bv Dr W. E. Worrell todny as
(he Result of a "pallcnt" vlallinB his of;
working on tho caac.
To Open With StockB.
Special to Tho Tribune.
-.r-rFV Nov- IS. After a brief per od
j it0C atlra;il"- Tho house has
F?,, ,??BCd fcy WiiUit Arlington and
winn M,0fi" "111 h,: local manager. There
. r.L ' lwcIv people In tho opening
Wounded Man Improving.
Special to. The Tribune.
r .H!PE, 9Xr 1S-T fr,lc condition of
Luther S. Cutllp. who was accidentally
!,tlbY X,Vlll.ar,J wlllams yesterday after
noon. Indicates that he haa good chances
?ircf,vPriV , Although the bullet penc
? ii n c hl"S' ll,er ' said to be
no Indication of pneumonia or other
complications. Convinced that the shoot
ing was accidental, as reported to them
last evening, tho police have made 110 ef
fort to arrest Williams.
"MaBhcr" Is Fined.
Special to The Tribune,
OGDISN. Nov. IS.-Judgc W. II. Ree
flor gave a "masher" a strong rebuke this
morning when ho fined Patrick Murphy
?,?, I0)' accosting women on tho street.
1 no number-' wan arrested by Officer
Jerry KcHlher on Twcnly-tifth street Sat
urday evening. Murphy pleaded Ignorance
or his action on the pretense thai he
was Intoxicated at the time.
Funeral This Afternoon.
Special to The Tribune
OGDEN. Nov IS. Funeral services for
George W. Robertson, whose death oc
curred yesterday afternoon, will be held
at the First ward chapel at 2 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon. Tho body will lie in
stato at tho home, 2 IS Twenty-ninth
street, between the hours of 10 a. rn. and
1 P. m. tomorrow.
Notico of Appeal.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDENT, Nov. IS. A notice of appeal
to the district court has been filed in
the case of Ogden city against Joe Kuhn,
who Is charged with disturbing the pcac.
Kuhn deckled to appeal after he had been
fined ?25 and costs In Judge W. IT. Rcc
der's court for lighting with D. J. Hurl.
Tho boy's appetite is often the
source of amazement. If you would
havo such an appotito take Chamber
lain's Tablets. They not only create
a healthy appetite, but strengthen tho
stomach ana enablo it to do its "work
naturally. For salo by all' dealers.
ESCAPE FROM PRISON
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. IS. Two
military convicts oscaped from tho
army penitentiary on Alcatraz island,
in San "Francisco bay, Saturday night
and havo not been recaptured. The
meu sawed their way out of their colls
and loft tho island on a Taft. Whoth
cr thoy Tcachcd shoro or wore swept
to soa by the tide has not boon
The men wore Thomas Francy and
Michael Mullin, former cavafrymon,
brought hero from Fort Leavenworth,
Kan., to serve terms of ten and eight
years, respectively, for having as
saulted a guard in an attempted jail
Few men havo succeeded in escaping
from Alcatraz, but several have boen
drowned while attempting to swim
Put a poniB plaster on the chest and
take a good cough syrup internally if
vou would treat a sovere caso of soro
lungs properly. Get the dollar sizo
Ballard's Ilorchound Syrup. With oach
bottlo thoro is a free Ilcrrick's Rod
Pepper Ponts Plaster for the chest.
Sold by Schramm-Johnson, Drugs, 5
Now is tho right limo to plant
hyacinths, tulips, narcissus and crocus.
Reduced prices. Yogclor's Seed Storo.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for the district of Utah.
In tho matter of Charles Bull, bank
rupt. No. 1514 in bankruptcy. Petition
To the Honorable John A. Marshall,
judge of tho district court of the
United Statti3 for the district of Utah:
Charlc3 Bult of Salt Lake Clly.
in tho county of Salt Lake and
stato of Utah. In said district, respect
fully represents that on the oth day
of October hist past he was duly ad
judged bankrupt under the acts of con
gress relating to bankruptcy; that he.
has duly surrendered all his property and
rights or property, and has fully com
plied with all the requirements of t-ald
acts and of the orders of tho court louch-Inc-
Whorcforo ho prays that he may be
decreed by the court to have a full dis
charge from all debts provable against
his estate under said bankrupt acts,
except such debts as are excepted by
law from such discharge.
Dated this ISth day of November, A.
ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON.
District of Utah.
On this ISth day of November. A. D.
1912, on residing tho foregoing petition it
Is ordered by tho court that a hearing 'be
had upon tho same on the 7th day of De
cember, A. D. 1012, before eald court at
Salt Lako City, in said district, at ten
o'clock In tho forenoon, and that nollco
theroof be published In Tho Salt Lake
Tribune, a newspaper printed In said
district, and that all known cicniiorn
and other persons In Interest may appear
at the said tlmo and place and show
cause if any they have, why thfi prayer
of the said petitioner should not bo
granted. , .
And It Is further ordered by the court,
that tho clerk shall send by mall to all
known crcdliors copies of said petition
and thlB order, addressed to them nt
their places ol residence as stated.
Witness tho Honorable John A. Mar
shall, judge of tho said district court,
and tho seal thereof, at Salt Lake City,
In said district, on the lSlh day of No
vember, A. D. 1012.
Attest: JERROLD E. LETCHER,
(Seal of court.) Clerk.
Tar Baby Mining Company, princi
pal placo of business 322 Atlas block,
Salt Lako City. Utah. Notice Thero ore.
delinquent upon tho following described
stock on account of assessment No. 2.
levied on tho 2nd day of October, 1912,
tho several amounts set opposlto tho
names of tho respcctlvo shareholders as
No. Name. Snares. Amt.
IB-Child, W. II... 21,260 3.12
237-ErlckSon, Emll ... 600 1.25
234-FItzglbbun. Wm. -.2.000 o.OO
ooiGrecn C. R 24,153 60. 3S
202 Green; Zlna W 40,500 101.25
I'SS-Grcen, H. Victor... 5.000 12.50
290 Green, Dorathy E.. 5.000 12. o0
23D Muoaor. Joo. W 2,000 5.00
240 Musocr, Jon. W,.,.. 3,500 l.io
oiMUESor, Joo. W 1,000 2.50
242 Mussor, Jos. W 500 1.2o
145-Ncllson. M. C....... 1.000 2.0O
16-fBal.) Portur. S. S.. 0.900 17.25
2 H Pullman. John 1.000 2.0O
54- Slocum. R. H 1.000 2.50
55- Sloeum H 1.000 2.60
56- sloc.m R. H 1.000 2.50
133-Stocum. O. C 1.000 2.o0
170 guars. Ieaac vn .50
9-Trimrner, W. W.... 2,400 G.00
nTrimnier. W. W.... 100 .So
2G0 Tollen, Domenck ... 000 v. 25
And In accordance with law and an
rtrrirr of tho bonr.1 of directors made on
tho 2nd day of October, 1912. so many
i ares of carh parcel of slock as may bo
necessary will bo Bold at the Principal,
'J of the company. No. 322, Atla.i
block. Salt Lako City, Utah, on the 2nd
day of December. 1912. at 2 o'clock
n m. to pay tho delinquent HSBPFsment.
together wltli tho cost of advertising and
expense of tale. R R HINTZE,
Tribune Want Ads Pull
"MUSIC HATH CHARMS"
"TRIBUNE WANT ADS"
A New Department for "TRIBUNE WANT" Users j
y WANTED TO TRADE J j
d WILL TRADE TWO DOZEN ROLLS 1" I
assnrlod music for fifi-not" plavi-r for I
w r,ri-p.riie niuslr whirh I havo not plavod
Brln your mualr First nv
The above ad brought so many replies that the party could
have exchanged three or four 'hundred- rolls oJt' music.
THE TRIBUNE carries by far more classified advertising r
than any other Salt Lake newspaper and produces more re- J
For thirty years THE TRIBUNE has been 'in the lead.
THE TRIBUNE-want service is 100 per cent in efficiency.
When 3'ou want a ""Want" you want a "Tribune want."
Exchange 264 WANT ADS Exchange 264
LE CM EM I NO XT A t 331 West North
Tcmplo street. November IS. 1912, of
heart disease, Edmond II. Lc Chcmlnont,
born April 10, 1S4G. In Island of Curnscy.
Funeral services Wednesday at 12 o'clock
noon from the Pleasant Green meeting
house. Friends arc Invited to attend and
the friends In Salt Lako City can call at.
the family residence today (Tuesday)
from 2 to S p. m. Interment will be In
Pleasant Green cemetery.
SABAN At Dlngham Canyon, November
IS, 1912. Jebe Saban, aged 22 years, wife
of Joo Soban. Funeral cortego will leave
the D. & R. G. dopot on arrival of Bing
ham train Wednesday morning, Novem
ber 19, at 10:.n.O o'clock. Thence to St.
Mary's cathedral, where mass will be
rclcbralcd al 11 o'clock. Interment In
Mount Calvary cemetery
ROSBOTTOM At the residence of her
daughter, Mrs. B. Y. Sellers. 1351 Ninth
East street, of old age, Chariot 7I. Itos
boltom, born November 23, ISl-t. In Eng
land. Funeral services "Wednesday at 11
a. m. from 1351 Ninth East street. Frlonds
are Invited to attend tho services. Inter
ment will bo In Lchl cemetery on Wed
nesday at 2 p. m.
CARGEEG At Provo. November 17. 1912.
Ernest Cargcog. aged 17 years, son of
the late Frank Cargecg and Snslo J- Car
geeg. Body Is being prepared for burial
by the Larlcln-Hull company and will be
shipped to Park City today, where funeral
will be held.
CLARKV-At 241 East Fifth South street.
Novembor IS, 1912. George Albert Clark,
aged 32 years. Body at O'DonncIl &. Co.'e
parlors. Notice of funeral will be given
FERRON Funeral sorvlees over the
body of Thomas Forron, who died at
Bingham Canyon Novembor 12. 1912. will
be hold from O'Donnoll & Co's. chapel
today (Tuesday) at 2 p. m. Interment
In the City cemetery.
EBER W. HALL. UNDERTAKER AND
ombalmer, 1C4 So. West Temple. Phone
E. "G. O'DONNELL. UNDERTAKER
and ombalmer, has moved to new loca
tion. 225-227 South West Temple street.
Realty bldg. Phone oSO. Q3399
LARKIN-HT.TLL UNDERTAKING COM
pany: modern chpei panors-. 255 So.
2nd East. Telephone Wasatch 5132.
Open day and night. k409
st. Phono 106. Cut flowers and fu
neral designs. nlG32
THE LEADING FLORIST. W. W. KING.
214 E. 2nd So. Phono 37. b297
McKcnzlc. Display yards. 443 So. State,
DR. E. H. CONGER. DENTIST. PRICES
reasonable, work guaranteed, extrac
tion by the nan of somnoformc. Sunday
10 to 2: 21S Kcarns bldg Was. 932. h!027
DR. HODGES. DENTIST. SUITE 217-1 S
Brooks Arcade, bldg. Best and cheap
est. Wasatch 3054- h3917
DR. F. E. MORGAN. DENTIST. 502
Scott building. Open evenings. d2fiC3
DR. J. B. KEYSOR. 210 MAIN ST.. TEL
Wasatch 662S. Good set teeth. $5.00.
DR. A- R. COOK. DENTIST, HAS RE
moved to fi21 Kcarns bldg. k257S
POWERS SJLVmONEUX. ATTOR
neya. O. W. Powers, Thomas Marlon
eaux, J. W. McKlnney. Rower W. Powers.
Top floor front. Kcnrns bldg. Was. 1850.
J. S. Farrlngton. notary n3432
F. L. PALMQUIST. ATTORNET, RE
moved to 201 Kcarns bldg Was H299.
D. L. OLESON. LAWYER,
307 Ronton bldg. Wasatch 4472. nfiSO
a specialty. S. L. Lock Works. Was.
AMERICAN GARMENT CUTTERS'
.ichool 410 E. Broad wav. Uyland 195 1.
Cutler's School of Prcaamnklng. k225i
NOTICE OP DELINQUENT ASSESS
MENT NO. 1.
Austin Water Co, Pi-.nelpul place of
buslncHS, room 26. Continental Bank,
Solt Lnko City, Utah.
Nollco There aro delinquent upon th
following described stock, on account ot
anscsamont No. 1. levied August 20. 1912,
tho several amounts set oppoalto the
names of respective shareholders, as fol
Cert. . , .
No, Name. Shores. Amt.
13 Henry L. Estabrookii 173 $ 70.00
14 Sarah Cox Anthony 625 100.00
15 Chas, II. Bannister (trus
tee) b2o 100.00
And in accordance with law and an
ordor of tho board of directors mado on
tho 26th dav of August. irJ2. so many
nharos of each parcel of such stock au
may bo necessary will bo sold at. the of'
flco of tho company nt Room 26, Conti
nental Bank. Salt Lako City, on the 2nd
dav of December. 1012. at 2 p. m., to pay
delinquent assessment thereon, together
with cost of ndvertislns: and cxpenBcn of
sale. LOUIS D. FA RNSWORTW,
Secretary and Treasurer, Austin Water
Co - kSll
LADIES $1000 REWARD; T POSITIVE
ly guarantee my great successful
"Monthly" remedy: safely relieves some
of the longest, most obstinate, abnormal
casos In three to flvo days;, no harm, pain
or Interference with work; mail 51.50.
Doublo strength. ?2. Dr. B. P. Southlng
ton Remedy Co., Kansas City. Mo. c5
ladies: ask tour druggist for
Chiehcslern Pills, the Diamond Brand.
For 26 years known as Best. Safest, Al
ways Rclluble. Buy of your Druggist
Take no other. Chiohestcrs Diamond
Brand Pills aro sold by Druggists every
where. A LARGE PORTION OF THE WANT
Ad readers havo a definite point In
mind In searching tho, Wants they are
looking for certain facts.
FOR KREMOLA, PHONE B. K. WAL
ton. Wasatch 4158, or address P. O.
box 107. city. kioio
goods; goods bought, sold or exhanged.
Buckeye Furniture Store, 143 So. W. T.
Was. 4629. g90fi
HIGH EST PRICES PAID FOR OLD
clothes and shoes. E. Green. Wasatch
WANTED ALL KINDS OF 2ND-HAND
furniture; highest price paid. Utah
Furniture Co., 132 West 2nd So. Was.
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE WANT
od at the Furniture Exchange. 113 So.
W. Temple. Bowers & Evans Furniture
Co., Wasatch 2197. h3191
H. IT. GOODS BOUGHT. SOLD. EX
chansod. Glers & Co.. 62 W. 3rd So.
Was. OSS. c237D
I PAY BEST PRICE FOR SECOND
hand goods. W. Gllckman, 71 South W.
Temple. Wasatch 4513. k1707
WE BUY LADIES' AND MEN'S CAST
off clothing; best prices. L. King, W;i
satch 14C7. kl!3
WE BUY. SELL. EXCHANGE 2ND HD.
h. h goods. Oak Furn. Co., 315 S. Stato.
Wasatch 0011. k!902
All makes repaired, exchanged and Kold.
Utah Typewriter Exchange Co., 06 West
2nd South. Phono 430. Established 190i.
HIGH-GRADE TYPEWRITERS OF ALL
makos for sale or ronl. STEWART
GLEKSON CO. TYPEWRITER EX
CHANGE. 36 West 2nd South. g2S71
REMINGTONS. MONARCIIS AND
Smith Premiers In excellent condition
for rental purposes: 53 monthlv, three
months for S5; prompt service. Reming
ton Typewriter Co., 172 South West Tcm
plo. Phones Wasatch 77 and 78. klOOl
ins, 25r- flour, per sacks. $1.00; I lbs.
rico or chilli boans. 25c; 2 lb.. good but
tor, 65c: 2 doz. good errss, 55c; Chicago
Storo. 116 West 1st South. 1;2576
SILTAICA, powered, dissolvent, odor
less, wccdloss: prepared for plants,
bulbs, lawns, shrubbery. Mfg. ry Taylor
Phoophatn &. Fertiliser Co., dealers In
fertile solly and fertilizers. 11C7 Bueno
avc. W. 36R1-W.. for sale by Peoples
Forwarding Co. Porter-Walton Co.
ed and repaired. Salt Lako Furnace
& Chimney Co. Was 2314. k2S
CHIMNEY SWEEPING AND FUR
nnco cleaning. Leave orders at Druhl
fc Frankon's. Wasatch 100. kl003
steel or any other metal; bring your
broken machines and water Jackets to us
for repairs. Utah Ornamonlal Iron &
Bronze Works, 155 West South Temple.
Wasn'tch 467S. h2267
TORS 7fon5LTY ADYETtTsINGCO
Distributors for hand bills and all kinds
of advertising. Hullo and windows dec
orated. 409 Scott bldg. Was. 65S1.
SAFES AND VAULTS
vaults always, on hand. A few second
hand safes for Half. Wrlln fur circular.
Sheuly Safe & Vault Co., 41 P. O. placo.
Mechanical engineer, struulural design
ing and general drafting. Inventing a
specialty. Office No. 902 Kcarns bldg.
Tel. Wasatrh 1920. k2552
plant. Printing, Binding, Offlco Sup
plier and Furniture. Legal Rlanka. 66
W. 2nd So. Exchange 202. k!25
lng and general accountancy. 523 Mc
Intyro bldg. Wacatch 5164. c033
' PUBLIC AUCTION'
Of a largo 1-room household, con
alatlng of everything necessary
to completely furnish an up-to-date
REMOVED FOR CONVENIENCE
lo 15-19 W. First. South-?t. These
goods will bo old
2:30 p. in.
These goods consist In part of;
Monarch steel range. In perfect
condition,, recently coat $50;
kltchon cabinet, linoleum, buffet,
massive oak dining tabic, 10 ft.
extension; set of golden oak din
ing chairs, Davenport, cost ?50;
beautiful-Wilton velvet rug, 'lis
12; brass bed, spring and felt
mattress, outfit cost ?55;' body
Brussels rug, fine golden oak
dresser and chiffonier to match,
steel Davenport, 3 heavy fumed
oak rockers,, sectional bookcase,
library tablo and , beautiful Ax-'
All those goods aro In flrst
claas shapo and merit the atten
tion of all Intending purchasers.
UTA IT AUCTION & COMMISSION
ADVERTISERS OF FACTS.
NEW FURNITURE AT PUBLIC Auc
tion every Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
urday at 2:30 p. m. sharp. Everything
necessary to furnish your home. Utah
Auction & Commission Co., 15-19 West
First South st. hgss
C. E. OSTERLOH. AUCTIONEER. RESI
dence, 634 So. Main. Wasatch 2S24-W.
C. T. SEBER MAKES FURNITURE
auction a specialty, consult me before
selling. Hyland 1317. h22S2
LOST AND FOUND
LOST I WILL PAY A REWARD OF $50
for Information which will Insuro tho
arrest and conviction of tho sneak thief
who stole my overcoat from tho court
room while 1 was engaged in argument
before tho Jury in the Sorcnscn case. O.
N. Hilton, 627 Symcs bldg., Denver, Colo.
LOST STOLEN FROM THE PREM
Iscs of A. L. Qulst, 5 Graham court, U
h. p. motor. No. 53S34. $5 reward for
Information leading to Its recovery. k2574
LADY'S WATCH AND CHATELAINE
pin, monosram "I. T. D." Reward.
Tlione Was. 1703. 202 East Apricot st
MRS. C ANDERSON, CALDERS STA
tion, found ?1,0Q In a sack of Hosier's
flour. Who was it thai said the cost of
living-, is going up? k255S
LOST HAT BY MR. PURSELL, IN
DuChcsno river. $5.00 reward bv tho
Merit Hat Co., 81 and S3 East Second
South (near Stato). ($2 and $3 hats.) k96
LOST MINK COLLAR AT LIBERTY
theater; roward. Return to 540 South
1st West. Phone Wasatch 661S-W.
LOST LADY'S BLACK BUTTON
shoe on bench. Call Was. 6507-W. Re
MRS. LUCY TT. STNTSON, 602 SO. 7TII
AVcst, found SLOO In a sack of Uuslcr's
flour. Wouldn't that muko baking day
LOST GENTLEMAN'S GOLD WATCH.
open cohc. Initials D. A. Return 610
Judge bldg. Reward. k2210
MRS. J. T. EVANS, 23S E. 2ND SOUTH,
found $1.00 in a sack of Husler's flour.
Why don't you try Husler's? k2553
LOST GOLl CLASS PIN. NAME ON
back. Telephone Was. 3274-R. Re
MRS. J. C. CR0Sa1llT263 W. 4TH SO..
found 51.00 In a sack of Husler's flour.
It pays to use Husler's. k2561
LOST AT THE CHARITY BALL,
small blue turquoise brooch. Please ro
turn to 36 W. 2nd So. Reward. k2.".97
MRS. WM. M'GRATIT, 443 SO. 1ST
West, found $1.00 In a sack of Ilualcrs
flour Oh, you Huslerl k2562
all diseases cured wJth his eclcbrtaed
Chinese remedies. hi 26
TAILOR MADE CORSETS
tec. Mrs. Mann. Ily. 3093-J. 660 E.
7th So. kjaj
MTOV STABLES OARAJeTCnD
light livery homes bought and sold.
Phone SI. cJMl
PLUMBING ELECTRIC WORK
caliT"'iti"gT! coT "for
plumbing and electrical repairs. Was.
' 2 li2560
paired. Salt Lake Mattresn Mfg. Co.
Phono 3299. plC55
PAINTING AND DECORATING
Wasatch C711. All work guaranteed.
GOOD WATCHMAKER AND BNGRAV- MB
; or doelroa position, cltv preferred, or iflU
cofid-slzctl. town near city. Addresa X-23. ilM
Irlbunc. 1 k2570 B
IT'S AN EASY MATTER TO SELECT 9H
from the most competent domcatlo mm
helpers If you will summon them to your IfWE
homo through a Want Ad. iUH
WANTED POSITION BY YOUNG IsH
married man. experienced in clerical HI
wojk- Can furnish references. Addresa 1B1
X Y(Z, Tribune.
EXPERIENCED JANITOR WANTS
steady work. Address X-ll, Tribune
POSITION WANTED TO TAKE CARE
of a private plac. horse, cow, poul
trj. by a sobor. steady young man ot
experience. Reasonable wages. Addrosn IH
W-53. Tribune. k2H8 (31
THERE'S A WAY TO ADVANCEMENT III
a path thai leads to broader devel
opment and greater romuneraUon for
many that path Is through tho Want col-
BOOKKEEPER WANTS SET OF BOOKS MM
to keep part of day or evening. Ad- MM
dress P. O. box 109L k2221 MM
GERMAN. 35, GOOD IIOUSECLEANER
arid janitor, wishes position. Charles MM
Prater, 155 East 3rd South. Ic25$L MM
BY EXPERIENCED MALE STENOG-
raphr; good references. Call Wasatch MM
354G-W. k25S2 MM
EXPERIENCED MEAT CUTTER BE-
sires posilion; references. Address mm
X-24, Tribune. k25i;C MM
IF YOU WOULD SEIZE SUCCESS IN
greater proportion. If you seek advance- tMm
merit and arc capable of bearing respon- MU
slblllty and can make good the Wanla Mu
will bo your means of bottcrmenL MU
WANTED SITUATION" FEMALB
EXEPRIENCED BOOKKEEPER. STE.
nographer desires position. Would be
willing to start with moderate salary. Mm
Phono Wasatch S0S9-W. k2551 MM
A BUSINESS WOirAN AND STENOG- WM
niphcr desires position in office. Ex- Mm
perlencc nnd good reference. Phone aft- JjlH
ernoon Wasatch 549S-.L k251 1 MM
ELDERLY- WOMAN WANTS ANY. KIND 1H1
of work by tho day. 342 West 3rd So. Ml
A GOOD LAUNDRESS WANTS WORK
Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday, bv H
day. Apply 35 North 1st West. k256S HI
DRESSMA ICING. EXPERIENCED. 45l fl
South 4th EasL Miss Axelson. k2563 HI
WHAT ARE THE NEEDS IN THE
home today aro capable servant Mm
needed a cook, a maid or other domestic
helpers? The Wants will bring them to Ml
you. The Wants likewise fill tho needs HI
of business they provldo caroful, con-
Eclcnllous, painstaking workers in ovory MM
line of human endeavor.
WANTED AGENTS LEGITIMATE SUB- MM
stltulc for slot machines; patented; mM
sells on sight for $1.00. Particulars. tMm
GIsha Cd..' Anderson, Ind. k2IS0
YOUR rONEY IS WTSLL SPENT JmM
when your shoes arc repaired with Mon- mm
arch of the Oaks Leather. MM
MONARCH SHOE REPAIRING CO.. tmm
21 E. Second South. Phono 35S3. HI
ASSESSMENT WORK. 1
WILL GIVE 75.000 SHARES TREAS- BJ
ury stock and furnish provision? and HJ
necessary supplies to havo assessment
work dono in Big Cottonwood. Sco Wm. KM
Crowe. 27 Laflmer blk. h3304 MM
IT IS AN EASY MATTER TO TURN H
tuo Wants to account just stop apd MM
think for a moment what you need most. BH
then put tho Wants to work .for you. y
WILL SHIP CAR H. J-I. GOODS TO LOS H
Angeles and one to Chicago and one to MM
Portland, and one lo Florida next ten HI
days; very reasonable rates. TClmball Van HI
& Storage Co.,, 72 So. Main. n2S0S MM
WE HAVe" A FEW UNCLAIMED MM
tailor-made suits and overcoats that mM
we'll sell for less than tho price of ready- MM.
madee. Spielberg Tailoring Co. 57 W. IH
2nd So. klS02 HI
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS WANTED: MB
will pay yon first-class prices. H- C- 11
Fisher &: Co.. 165 So. W. Temple. W- HjB
satch 5171. c253 HI
LIST YOUR SECOND-HAND AUTOMO- WM
bile with us. Wo havo customers for MmJ
all kinds and Rlzes. Fowler, 53-53 So. mm
W. T. S33S3 HI
ALL ICINDS SECOND-HAND CLOTH- HJ
lng, trunks, valises: best prices paid. MmJ
23 Commercial st. Reply by postal card- HI
Phone 3771. 174 HJ
UTAH JUNK CO.. HIGHEST PRICE mm
paid for Iron. bras-, ragp. boltlcs. rub- JMM
ber, copper, otc. S10 So. 4th West. P1ion flHJ
Vasatch 229. m!973 HH
A FEW TTNCLATMED TAILOR-M"ADB MM
FUlts and overcoats nt a bargain. MM
Spielberg Tailoring Co,, 57 W. 2nd So. EHi
TO DO "YOUR UPHOLSTERING AND MH
mattress remaking. Utah Bedding & MMt
Mfg. Co. Phono 353 b202 HJ
WILL BUY ALL 2ND-UAND GOODS sM
we can get. Mlch'g Furn. Co;. 34H UBH
State. Was. 5145. k!076 MM
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND- Hfl
hand furniture, caroctf. stoves, trunks. Hj
and vallscn. Wasatch S96. S3373 HH
HIGinCST PRICE PAID FOR SECOND- HH
hand clothing. A. Alrrt. 145 South HB
West Temple. Wasatch 301 6-W, h3192 fflH
r PAY THE BEST PRICES FOR YOUR WM
old clothes. Bell 5021. a25 H
YOUR OLD CLOTHPCG; WILL CALL.
Salvation Army. Phone. t2191 HH
ALL KINDS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS HH
wanted. Tel. Was. 3625. k!0S4 IH
WANTEDTO BORROW $1500 TO $2000 flH
for 6 months on good security. Ad- jjHJ
dress X-9, Tribune. 1Q24I MmU
WANTED FtTRNITTTRE OF ALT HH
kinds; good prices paid. Pnul'5, 55 W. Wmm
3rd South. Phono Wasatch 1225. k2273 HJ
WANTED TO BUY. HJ
by" thousands, many of whom ato pros- flH
poc'tlvo purcbaflcr?. Hll
WILL PAY CASH FOR FOUR-ROOM H
house: muit bo In outhea.t part of H
clly. Also at bargain If you want your HH
money at once. Box 101 Ruth. Nevada- IBH
WOULD LIKE TO BUY MODERN , DH
brick houso. four or more rooms, large H
lot in good location; must bo a bar- HI
gnln. X-19. Tribune. k2u0 MM
12-GAUGE PUMP GUN. MUST BE
good order and cheap, for cash. Ad- HH-
orrfs W-19. Tribune. k!302 flR
WANTF.D TO TRADE flB
awportcd music for 63-noto player fop IjSjjll
65-noto music which I havo not Played, fUHj
Bring your music. SOS First avo. k!69l QK
FRUITS AND GOAL fflB
" ICrSFRulT&COAC lmW
Fruits. Vegotablos nnd All Kinds of HfflRw
Fancy Groceries, Hay, Grain. Coal and ,Mtf
WASATCH 5142. 3S0 S. W. TBM. Hli
LADIES' AND GENTS' TAILOR ill
C vTUHU 2TOSTlTUTION Mm
building, opposlto Z. C. M I. Your own iffWj
material mado up- f hl3l jtUl'