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. THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1912. - H H
lacFarland Is Working
n as Manager of the
ev York Track.
ALL BEST RIDERS
;r Will Try to Revive
ly Races in Cities as
West as Denver.
B Chapman lias formed a trust
. 411 control the blcyclo gamo In
ied States and tlic only man who
n Clinpman's prospoctlvo rival,
mdi is working for Chapman
t Lake hna bicycle racing the
'fioacon terms will haves to he
' InTl M1 ',inrman or accept tho riders
JL iipman did not want.
y in will give six-day races In
V UCanEas City, Dcs Moines, pos-
wivcr and other western cities,
fl S In Newark.
jjand's European ambitions have
(J ft. abandoned and ho is Chap-
anuj?er of tho New York track.
Jwlll manage the track ut New-
ker the one at Revere J4cu.cn
mjn pinaii will pick his managers for
f trucks Just as he chooses, bc-
) one else has anything to say
1 h' he bicycle game now. Chap
"u i cornered it all.
, (e signed all tho worth-whllo
flicji'f taking over Macfarhmd's con
il h auch men as Goulct, Clarke,
toot, Lawson and the whole co-
jcccsk thus far of the slx-duy
fiO' f- K0111 0,1 nl Madison Sciuarc
,VJV. has convinced Chupinan that
aces can be revived successfully
'towns and he Is going Into the
?u wider scale than anyone has
ktu ft heretofore. He has signed a
I1G ice riders and will probably put
fmotor races to help revive the
iHn 'In cycling, but the game, out
tlllla Hlt Lake, Newark and a few
rnlltlcs. has boon so dead that
Ut.. ileve Chapman's bis: scheme will
U; utrously. Chapman has signed
BoUIn.s of Uoslon as well as all
fe who have won their way Into
v,. pranks, lie will hedn his stx-
ta outside of Now York within
Jini nioiith and continue them ln-
1;e bicycle fans haVe had a
ak' il of curiosity to know how Mac
noi tJ 3a coming out in bis fight to
ulu' haptnan relinquish at least a
lewfo le management of the bike frame
.. . . at und the foregoing facts which
M 3 9, letter ttoin a well-known nncr
t" itHeugrcn, the popular Salt Lake
,ajjfc bnioter. will satisfy that curl-
'he Writer of tho letter Is one
,H; jws the game thoroughly and
j10 Rtcincnls can be depended upon.
' :h was asked If there would
g at the halt Palaco next sea-
answered that there undoubtcd
IJU5 bf, but be will not be able
CD Vi xnre details until Fcbruarv or
all U I'voll-Batci'sou Team Wins.
tiinjfcj the Crown and Continental
artjsBcoms will meet. Last night the
gPatcrson won two out of throe
ii HK"C(1 ll,e Scott JIurdwarc
Mlcuui The scores:
pas let lkcr 113 201 113
M Ij 100 131 1 IS
f'i ft ICS 152 202
m-l lkcr 223 187 am
'? $. luS 163 152
iffiCit is -
jtXlfi 5 S73 S00. 70S
Hu) i ir 133 111
. 108 181 10S
linu-' -A. 12!) inu
il,S4 it'.-- MO no j io
Vtn? : 117
y 3 771 7C7 S'.'U
,Dtti!,, jStcvc Kotcliol Wins.
iRtloiial News Servlc.
vU'l TOON. SaEkatchcwan. Deo. 0.
" ijchel defeated "Chuck" Larson
Vffli ht In one of tho boat cxhlbl-
ilr&'fc tr auSod In northern Canada.
,i llmo displayed great gameness
3JW feralshlp. but Ketchers endur-
illJ id remarkable aggressiveness
ot )i n the shade.
4 Vh L? nianufrt r. Baniey Llchen-
'T llengcd "KiBhllni:" Dick llyland
on' LCtchel, 133 pounds, winner take
pp ron Hero Revises Ilynina.
nti tIDGC, Mass.. Dec. 0 Having
tfirt rom the football season with
j, Il ,'htorer, I lie speedy Harvard
.-irjl no swooped down on "WheeK'r's
03,J JftnL In the recent Yale game
. i dashed across the goal lino
0338 Iflrsi touchdown Harvard had
trflW'. Yale for eleven years, Is to
'WvJonon! tp his MM. llurvard is
college hymnal and Storcr
1 SM ejected to lead tho literary
iKalcdonia Soccer Club,
it fKltdonla Soccer J-'ootball club
is0!?lr?i 1 l,.,t,t-'I1K for the i)urpose
wklWi"Uii t'u" oi'gani.ation of tho
tlJfjto got incmbershlp curds prlnt
Vrtill5lc "?"'.' season. The t,caui
uvlfc fornwv Salt Lake play
.jttKWook like wJnuors. wlbhlncr
l-M,?,, "'"ylng or supporting mom
at K. or P. hall. Sec
..rK..n,I: k'-'S0"'1 South streets,
December 1, ut 7:H0 p. m.,
f,iJ "'c secretary, Alex Tuclccr,
&tI&W oven tie.
l3tfJutcJi' Collins Captain.
ri't!iKc9.LL,NS' Co,- Dec. o.
.t V'i'.btai' end on the Colorado
NOM, A.Br,cn,l,n,c football team dur.
d1ttHl licoson, today was elected
o Moaay's Juavcz Entries.
CarlSunV K,CVjcnb,lcunlh8 f
viMfi J1- Inf'e. wt.
-tji? .. Dti G07u Carter . ...107
:Kn " .Scramble .,110
iKBRG; 101 (5073 Roller . ..m
in! KulM,t :)'' S07C Zinkand ...HO
pneo .. P7 0G7!) Py Lnd in
s!U .aII i1" p VlBion.,.110.
er iLPtet.:1!?,)! 6bH A p-.o
c mCE Eleven-sixteenths of a
'fyx. iKo",-105! "s"!' Tai nip ..no
ilBl' : J 25 Trlp.110
VilK.T-77 l' Buxton. .110
L'l TBlng hrp.o-nuartcrs of a
!ufWB)' 151!t 006 1 Senear ..108
,f48ch .iS C0T1 D EnrinidiOD
A iMngC1S,eVcns,xloenln3 of "
l1l'lkth'' SMS -T Cnffrt:i,.10J;
''K!K5rP'lW ,,t5C,,S OraIn..l0S
tfr'ArMlrig "' 'lUllH of 0
'rJK1"'' 1nr'. r,r'l r J Gray..l!:!
"rf'Wwl 'Wt "Hi8 Serenade ..UT,
Freshies and Sophs Beat Seniors
And Juniors in Basketball Game
The interest In basketball at the uni
versity went to fever heat yesterday
when the class mirics started with a
double-header between the freshies and
"enlors and the sophomores and juniors.
It was a glad day for the underclass
men. The freshmen made 2G points and the
sophomores 25. while the opposing teams
made only K! each, Since tho freshies
are trained for the high school tourna
ment, it was thought that they would
o'ut-class any of tho other class teams,
but they wore not a bll better than tho
soph team. Indeed It Is a question if
the sophs could not have whipped the
freshies yesterday. Freshies II, seniors
9, was tho score In the first half.
In the second half of the senior-freshman
pumu the underclassmen showed to
advuntage and they ran up 12 points.
lror tho freshies Clarke, Beal. IJawloy
and Mclnlyrc showed to best advantage.
Mclntyre and IJawloy are old Salt Lake
high boys, while Clarke conies from the
U IX . and lieal from Illchfleld. .Stars
for the seniors were Cole, Paul and Pet
erson. In the second game the juniors started
i out with :i rush and looked sure to win,
as thev made three points before the
sophs got busy at all. They retained the
lead to almost the end of the half, when
the sophs showed the best form of the
afternoon and ran up a score of 12 to S
at the end of tho first half.
Asaln at tho beginning of Iho second
half Juniors were the aggressors. They
were not in as good condition as the
sophs, though, and slowed up so much
that the sophs ran the score up to -o
beforo the final whistle.
There wcro so mo men on the soph
FLYWW EXPECTS FJST
BOUT, BUI Sim ONE
(Continued from Preceding Page.)
day niphl, after finishing work, and
that is that T go into tho rinc without
a worry on my mind," was McCarty's
"I've been hit harder right in 1113'
training camp by 'Bull' Youug than
Wj'nn will ever hit me. Young weighs
2-10 pounds. After handling him rot
two weeks Flynu will feel like a boy
"I'm not coaching my friends to
bet on me. because- I don't believe in
betting. But I am sure, that T Avill
win. P'lyun is easy to hit, and ovory
man that I have landed on yet has
taken the count,
"Uow long will it last? Until T lav
my first clean punch on Plynu's chin."
"One of thoso big men is going to
suffer a keen disappointment before
bed time tomorrow nigh I.
FOUR FOOTBALL MEN
ARE IN THE HOSPITAL
NEW YOIUC, Dec. 0. Four football
players uro In a Brooklyn hospital to
dav with Injuries of serious character
received In a championship frame yester
day between the "Bullocks' and "Ver
nons," two semi-professional teamn. The
Injured men arc the captain, halfback,
fullback and right end of tho "Vernons,"
who were defeated. 12 to 0. AH have
broken bones and concussion of the
By International News Service.
LONDON", Dec. 0. Johnny Sommers
tonight won the welterweight champion
ship of Great Britain from Sid Burns on
points. Tho fight took place at the
National Sporting club. Both fighters
hall from London. Burns saved him
self from a knockout In the eighteenth
bv holding. Both men were badly punished.
WASITINCTON. Dec. 0. The follow
ing officers were assigned to the regi
Cnplaine: George Med Wcekes. Six
teenth Infantry; Gconre IT. McMasler.
Third infantry; Oiin R. Wolfe, Sixteenth
Infantry: Howard L. Laubacb. Twenty
third infantry: John C. Me Arthur, Tenth
Infaiilrv; F. D Ely, Sixteenth Infantry;
Edwin Bell. Twelfth Infantry, George IT.
Eslcs. Twentieth Infantry: Ulysses G.
Worrllow, Fifteenth Infantry; L. II.
Bulstow, Sixth infantry; Thomas A,
Peary, Sixth Infantry; 13. T. J-Tartman,
Seventh infantry; George II. S'helton,
Twenty-ninth infantry; Mercli B. Slew
art. Fifth Infantry, Reynolds J. Burt,
Twenty-seventh Infantry. Frank C.
Holies. Twenty-eighth Infantry: J. H.
Hughes. Third Infantry: Kufus E. Lon
gau. Twenty-fifth Infantry; Thomas T.
Frlsscl, Eleventh Infantry; "William M.
Fassctt, Twenty-second Infantry: II. M.
Dlchmann, Twenty-sixth Infantry; Hal
stead Dorey, Fourth infantry: James V.
llctdt. First Infantry; G. M. Cralle.
Eleventh infantry: .T. F. Yohn. Nine
teenth infantry; P. M. Cochran, Four
teenth infantry; Thomas R. Harker.
Twentieth infantry; Charles F. Humph
rey. Jr., Twelfth infantry: Pearl M.
Shaffer. Nineteenth Infantry: A. J. Mc
Nab, Fourteenth infantry; Fred R.
Brown. Ninth Infantry; Charles B. Clark,
Sixteenth Infantry; Clyffard Game,
First infantry; James Justice. Fifth 'In
fantry: John "W. Wright, Seventeenth in
fantry; J. K. Parsons. Third Infantry;
M. A. Elliott, Jr., Eighteenth Infantry;
Jack Hayes, Third Infantry; II. A. liege
man, Twenty. first infantry; W. II. Point.
Twenty-eighth Infantry; "William M. Mc
Common, Jr.. Twenty-second infantry;
L. C. Bennett. Twenty-first Infantry;
li'rank II. Burton, Third Infantry; S. O.
Fuqua, Twelfth Infantry; C. H. Morrow,
Eighteenth infantry; Charles J3. Reese,
Eighteenth Infantry, "Waller H. John
son, Second Infantry, and William M.
Goodale, Nineteenth Infantry.
First lieutenants: Henry A. Bell.
Eighteenth Infantry; Charles A. Bell,
Sixth infantry: Charles F. Leonard,
Twenty. eighth infantry; Clydu 11. Cru
siin. Twenty-fifth infantry: G. K. Wil
son. Third infantry; IT. C. M. Suplcc,
Eighteenth Infantry; O. R. Cole, Twenty
seventh Infantry; A. L. Singleton, Thir
tieth infantry: John R. Brewer. Nine
teenth Infuntry; Leo A. Dewey. Twenty
ninth Infantry; Thomas T. Mirifc, Eighteenth-Infantry;
Thomas H- "Ware, Thir
teenth Infantry- John C Clapmaii, twen-tv-sovonth
Infantry; FrunI: F. Jewel.
Eighteenth Infantry; Hugh M. Kelly,
Twenty-sixth Infantry; Covers R- Lew
is, Twcntv-thlrd Infantry; Camnbcll B.
Hodges, Fourth Infantry: Jacob W.
Wuesl, . Twenty-eighth Infantry; C. B.
Moore. Twenty-seventh Infantry: Ellcrv
Farmer, Eleventh infantry: James M.
ChprclilU, Twenty-third Infantry, and
ChntTcK A. Dravo, Twenty-ninth infan
itry. First Llcutennts Charks Abel, Clyde
U. Crusan, H. Clay Sunlce. John R.
Brewor, h. A. Dewey, T. T. Duke, J.
F. Clapman, Frank F. Jewet. Hugh M.
Kelly. Converse It .Lewis, Jacob W,
"Wuesl. C B. Moore, Hllcry Farmer. John
H. Upbam. John M. Churchill and Mat
thew H. Thomllnson, have been removed
from the Hat of detaelmd officers.
Transfers: First Lieutenant w. C.
; Jones. Eighteenth to Twcirth Infantry:
First Lieutenant A. Remey, Twenty
eighth to Twenty-seventh Infantry: First
Lieutenant J. Randolph. Seventh to
Twenty-eighth Infantry; First Lieuten
ant Jo.euh Maubargne. Third to Sev
enth Infaptrvi First Lieutenant J. M.
Putleraon. Eighteenth to Seventh Infan
try; First Lieutenant EdKr Z. Sleeve;-,
Twcntv. eighth to Eluvciith Infantrv;
First Lieutenant Philip P. Briton. Elev
enth Infantry to Fourteenth Infantry.
Special $1.10 round trip rate to Og
den via Bamberger electric. Tuesduv,
December 10. account hYcles funeral .
Tickets on sale for the 10 a. 111,, Ji a.
m. and li! noon train3, (Advertisement)
team who showed real basket ball ability
and two of them will probably make let
ters on the varsity team before the sea
son close. Those man are Skid more
and Abbott. Skldmorc came from Lo
gan, where lie played for several years
tor tho championship U. Y. C team.
Ho plays guard and plays It well. He
Is exceptionally faHt on his feet and
throws baskets with as much accuracy
aa most forwards. Abbott Is alao a
guard. Though small, he is tenacious
and the man who gets away from him
Is dolnir well. Abbott played with the
freshmen Inst winter and played a few
minutes with the varsity team, although
lie did not play lont; enough to win his
"L" Miller for the sophs was very
sure of his baskets and scored a large
number of points for his team.
The freshmen and the sophs will meet
Thursday for the class championship nnd
the seniors will meet the Juniors to sec
which team wins tho cellar champion
ship. Friday afternoon tho freshmen
will play the fast L. D. S. team In the
Descrct gymnasium. Tho lineups yes
terday: Seniors. Freshmen.
Dobbs rf Pykc, Hawlcy
WInlernllz If Clarke.
Paul c. Mclntyre, Green
Jamesson rg.. Beal, Aired
Cole Ig T ravers, West
Hamilton rf Mauchn
J'nrlbut If...., Mine,.
Dlllman ,.e... Brfggs
Fltzpa trick lg. Abbott
Sutherland rg Skldmorc
Referee, Holmstcad; umpire, Olt Rom-acy.
BRESIH1 Mir GET
(Continued from Preceding Page.)
board of directors of the Is'atioual
league are Barney Dreyfus3 of Pitts
burg, C H. Ebbetts of Brooklyn, Au
gust Herrmann of Cincinnati. C. W.
Eurphy of Chicago and Cornelius J.
Sullivan of New York.
Among the other mattors disposed of
by the National lcagu0 directors today
the most important wag the film" of
L m pi re Charles Kiglcr-'a claim for $2200
from tho I'hillios. "Riglcr declared this
sum had been held out from him bv
slSSQ JrRc- Hc bad been promised
5-o00 for signing Keppa If.ixic, the
demon southpaw from tlio TJniversitv
of "Virginia, Avliore Kiglcr acts aa coach".
Of this amount $300 was paid. In dis
missing TCigler 's claim tho National
icaguo decided that its umpires had no
business to net as scouts for league
presidents, ttitrler had Lynch 's permis
sion to conduct tho negotiations.
In tho routino matters New York
was awarded lhc pennant of 1012, and
bceretarv John Iloydlcr instructed to
30.ncJ a i-heek of $100 for tho purchase
or. IV "'.orrow the annual meeting
ot tho Rational league will open, at
the conclusion of what is believed will
be a very short session of tho board of
N?LEa25.J.nJention TO AMEND
THE ARTICLES OF INCORPORA.
TION OF "COMMERCIAL CLUB."
n.Flle )? hor?b', Slvcrt that the an
nual meeting of the members of the
I Commercial -Club will be held on t o
second Saturday of January "dig at S
0 clock p. m. of said day. at the club
house of said corporation, Fvchf .nie
Whnrfu conslilerlntj and voting upon the
following resolution, proposing amend
ments to the articles of lm-orporan of
'KMCrp?rat,OI,,)vlt,1 ful1 Povcr at such
n cyllriar to consider and vote upon any
Vnlru!u?nla u,at.'-iy he offered to said
1 csolutloii or substitutes therefor ;ind
L0rrtlmVsact nny 9l,,e'" ''"Alness that mav
properly come before said meeting.
wi 1 h i,.,tJw,7sr '? the "solution that
said meeting': dUCCd "M acUd upon at
RcsolvedAli)at the articles of inclrpora
Uon of Commcrclul Club" bo and the
First ar amcndcd as follows:
liy 8trlkln therefrom and repealing
"'vrfPiM1?5' aJ'lI?l0H and rnovlsfons :
,,? T-iv rGltl? to membership.
Ar t ec ir. relating to officers.
du'tVe'JCof offKo'n,1' X' ro,tt" l
'Vy,Cc Jt rc,:,,lInR" o officers bonds.
mJ I r !'clut, to election and re
moval of members.
vmmI!!c $lT' r'),:i,lIn to meetings. i
Second- rchitlng to amendment-
i?y ltl0pl!.n5 in,Jcn of and as a substi
tute for said articles and provisions the
10 b0 ,l0S,Bnated as ar-
' ARTICLE VI.
The officers or this club. In whom the
inanagenient and control of its business
'J,'" fl"b"s shall be vested, shall con
sist of a board of fifteen governors, of
whoni eight shall constitute a. quorum
for the transaction of business, a nres
treasurer 'U "rcsic,nt' a secretary and a
The board of governors shall be elect
ed by tho members of the club. The
term of office for a sovornor shall be
three year, commencing at 12 o'clock
meridian of the, Saturday following his
election and expiring when bin successor
hns been elected and qualified. Five
governors shall be elocted annually, at
an election to be conducted in the man
ner prescribed in the by-laws, on tho
second Saturday of January of each
Tho president. vlc0 president, secretary
and treasurer shall be elected by the
board of governors at the first meeting
nr the board held after tho annual elec
tion. The president, vice president and
treasurer shall be elected from the mem
hers ot the board of governors, The
president, vice president, secretary and
treasurer shall hold office for a term
of one year, commencing on the day of
their election nnd expiring upon the cloc
llon and (iiialiricatlon of a successor,
Ihe officers of this club shall qualify
by furnishing bonds for the faithful per
formance of their duties in the follow
Fch governor $100.00
Pho president J.000.00
lhc vice president 1,000.00
'Ihe secretary -r..000.00
Ihe treasurer 5.000.00
1 he treasurer's nond shall be approved
,iv J'10. Vot.r1 of governors and shall be
filed with 1 tuft secretary. All othor bonds
.shall be fled with and approved by the
It shall be the dutv of the loard of
governors to carry Into effect thu pur
poses of the club: to adopt and amend
by-laws, rules and regulations for the
government of the club; to create com
mittees, prescribe their duties and ap
point the members thereof: to create
subordinatn offices and positions and to
prescribe the duties for and fill the same:
to fill all vacanclos In office until the next
unnutil meeting, and in general to exer
cise all the corporate powers of the corporation-
The. board shall meet once a
month and oflcncr If necessary.
The qualifications and kinds of mem
bership and the rights and privileges
thereof, tho Qualifications and duties of
officers and the manner of their nom
ination, election and removal, entrance
fees and other dues, the o'ectlon und re
moval of members and all other neces.
nary provisions for tho government of the
eln1 Khali bo prescribed lp the by-laws.
I5v striking out article XIV and rot
adoollng II as article VII,
Said meeting Is called and this notice
Is published pursuant to an order adopt
ed In the board of governors of said
Commercial club, and a resolution adopt
ed at a regubw m -nthlv meeting of the
members of said club.
JOSEP'II 13. CAIXE.
BE MILDLY CENSURED
NEW YORK. Dec. 9. lajor General
Leonard "Wood, chief of staff of the
army, announced tonight that Captain
Stcunenberg will be mildly censured for
his poem. "An Object Lesson," which
appeared In the current Issue of tho
Army and Navy Journal, and which criti
cized the German method of teaching
military tactics. Captain Stcunenbcrg
will be requested In futuro not to sign
his poems as an officer of the United
You nccdu't keep on feeling dis
tressed after eating, nor belching, nor
experiencing uausca between meals.
In other words, you needn't keep on
being dyspeptic, and you certainly
Hood's Sarsaparilla cures dyspepsia
it strengthens and toucs tlio stom
ach, perfects digestion, creates a nor
mal appetite, aiid builds up tho wholo
GULF PORT. Miss.. Dec. 9. The Nor
wegian bark Brltta. which sailed from
Havre September 22 for this port, Is
twenty days overdue aud no word has
been received of her. It Is feared the
vessel was wrecked In tho recent hurri
cane off Jamaica.
Wo wish to call your attention to
tho fact that most infectious diseasea
such ai whooping cough, diphtheria and
Ecarlof fever aro contracted when tho
child has a cold. Chamberlain's Cough
Itomcdy will quickly euro a cold and
greatly lessen the danger of contracting
theso diseases. This remedy is famous
for its euros of colds. It contains no
opium or other tiarcotic and may bo
given to a child with implicit canfi- j
dence. Sold by all dealers. I
Arrested as Pickpocket. j
CHICAGO, Dec. 3. Harry Kramer,
who is said to have sheltered "Gyp the.
Blood" and "Lefty Louie" In his Brook-'
lyn, N". Y flat after tho murder of.
Herman Rosen thai in New York, was ar-i
rested as a pickpocket here today.
Deep-seated coughs that resist ordin
ary remedies require both external and
internal treatmont. If you buy a dol
lar bottle of BALLARD'S 1IORE
1IOUND SYRUP you get tho two reme
dies you need fbr the price of one.
There is a MERRICK'S RED PEPPER
POROUS PLASTER for the cheat, free
with each bottle. Sold by Schramm
Johnson drugs, 5 good stores.
GOOD MIXED NUTS, POUND 1GC.
Citron peel, 20c
Citron peel, pound, 20c.
o packages raisins, 25c.
2 cans corn, 15c.
IG pounds sugar, SI.
Flour, per sack, ?t. Best creamery but
ter, 3fic. 2 dozen good eggs, 50c Lut
llsh. per pound, 15c.
Chicago Store. JltJ "West 1st South.
BROWNlfBROWN. IF YOU ATllTsiCK.
get well at private rooms for Invalids
Sanatorium, 657 State. Wasatch 523o-M.
CECIL & CECIL. GRADUATE CIIIRO
practors. Incurables and female trou
bles our specialty. Consultation, free.
Suite 403235 Main st. mll3
TO PATENT INVENTIONS, R12GISTJSR
trade mark or copyright, see J. "M.
Thomas, oOS Utah Savings &. Trust bldg.
SCOTT & CO., ALL COUNTRIES;
terms reasonable- 22G-7 Judge bldg.
RAZOR BLADES SHARPENED
THE AMERICAN. THE 'fIUST ANu
only successful machine Invented that
sharpens, hones and strops razors, and
all kinds safety razor blades. Leave
work Sa.voy hotel. 2G East First South.
CURED DY OXYGEN. FREE I500K
let. Lots of Salt Lake testimonials.
Learn this scientific and ONLY CURIC
Write or phone today, Utah Oxypathor
Co. Ilylaqd 23I5-M. SOD Mclntyre bldg.
MEN'S HATS CLEANED. REBLOClvED
and new trimmings. 51; men's hats, fall
and winter styles, 51.50 to ?:j.50. Salt
Lake Mat Factory. C W. 2nd South.
Phono 2707 "Wasatch. k2S07
heated rooms; prices reasonable. Sec
ond South and Fifth West. W. 5S03.
WINDSOR BOWLING PARLORS. 225
Main. Prises each week for ladles'
high scores. mofil
s u 9uinu?r7Mr
50S East 3rd South. Phono Hyland 7S7-J.
MATTRESsI STRTNGS RE
paired. Salt Lake Mattress Mfg. Co.
Phone S2Pii. p!555
1515-W. Upholstering, chairs rccaped.
tcrtaJnlng at home. Hyland ICl-J.
work; experienced men; prices right.
Office. Duval's paper store. J8179
SIGNS AND SCENERY
CUAS. PET13R30N, 20 RICHARDS ST.,
brass, chipped glans and painted. Phone
Wasatch 1503. 28
Suits and overcoats from ?15 up.
L, SU WOO, 235 WEST 2ND SOUTH,
all diseases cured with his celobrat
cd Chinese remedies. hl'ifi
ALL KINDS FRESH CUT FLOWERS
fresh from greenhouse. Porter-Walton
Co.. 271 Stale. kSS02
cold at Rivera Uros., 20 West 3rd So.
HOPPENBECK In this city. December
ii. 1912, at L. D. S. hospital. Harold
Hopicnbeck, aged 17 yean. Itemalns at
the parlors of Eber W. Hall. Funeral
NEWSON The funeral services over tho
remains of the late Robert C. Ncwson.
aged 77 years, will be held Wednesday at
1 p. m. from thfj Nineteenth ward chapel.
Friends are Invited to attend and the cas
ket will be opened on day of funeral at
tho family residence from 12 to 1:30 p. m.
Interment In City cemetery.
THOMAS The remains of George
Thomas, 00 years, were shipped yes
terday. December 9, fr6m, the parlors of
Eber "W. Hall to Lehl for Interment.
EBER W. HALL, UNDERTAKER AND
embalmer, 104 So. West Temple. Phone
E. G. O'DONNELL, UNDERTAKER,
and embalmer, has moved to new loca
tion, 225-227 South West Temple street.
Realty bldg. Phone ESQ. o3399
HUD DA RT FLORAL CO.. 63 SO. MAIN
st. Phono 106. Cut flowers and fu
neral designs. nlti32
THE LEADING FLORIST, W. W. KING.
214 E. 2nd So. Phono 37. b2Q7
LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. R.
McKcnzlc. Display yards, 442 So. State.
LADIES 51000 REWARD; I POSITIVE
ly guarantee my Krcat successful
"Monthly" remedy; safely relieves Eome
of the longest, most obstinate, abnormal
cases In three to Jive days, no harm,
pain or interference with work; mall
fl.50. Double strength. $2. Dr. C. P.
Southlngton Remedy Co., Kansas City.
ladies: ask your druggist for
Chlchcsters Pills, thn Diamond Brand.
For 25 years known as Best, Safest. Al
ways Reliable. Buy of your Druggist.
Take no other. Chlchcsters Diamond
Brand Pills arc 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
CRISMON & NICHOLS. ASSAYERS
and chemists. 229 South West Temple.
BUTTLES. MATHEZ & CO.. A. F.
Bardwell. successor, 15S South West
Temple. Phone Was. -1696. f2l7
!r. H. OFFICER & CO.. ASSAYERS. 100
I South West Templo St., Salt Lake City.
BIRD-COWAN CO.. ASSAYERS. 1C0
South "West Temple. Phone Wasatch
UNION ASSAY OFFICE, 102 SOUTH
West Temple. P. O. box 1446. hlSlO
MAGNETIC AND VIBRATORY MAS
sagc. New York method. Rheumatism
cured. 20 Galena block, 2nd South and
State sts. mllOO
MASSEUSE FOR SELECT LADIES
only. Vapor baths, salt rubs, Wa
satch 2G24. k2363
ELECTRIC TURKISH BATHS. 51.00
Massage, residence, or 322 Kcarns bids.
Wasatch 1007. k50
VAPOR BATHS AND ELECTRIC
treatments. 63 East -Kb So. m403
BANK, BAR AND OFFICE
BANK, OFFICE, BAR AND STORE
fixtures; special designs submitted on
application; household refrigerators,
carom and pocket billiard tables, bowling
alleys and supplies. Brunswlck-Balke-CoIIcnder
Co., 150 to 160 South 4th West.
Phono Wasatch 463. a40S6
W. L. WBTIIERBEE CO.. DESIGNERS
and manufacturers of bar, bank, off ice
and sloro fixtures; alho agents for bil
liard, pool tables and supplies. Offlco
and factory, 15S-60 West 1st So. Wils.
BANKS AND BANKING
IT. P. Clark. President.
John Plngreo. Vice President.
A. II. Pcabody, Cashier.
M'CORNICK & CO..
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
PALACE LAUNDRY CO.
Offlco 70 W. Second South, phone.
Office 79 E. Second South. Wasatch 11S1.
Office 33 E. Third South. Was. 3710.
Works 75S E. Fourth South, Hyland 2562
and Hyland 562.
Laundry brought to offices saves 25
No extra charge for one-day specials.
MVERS CLEANING & DYEING CO.
Garments. Insured. Superior work.
Prompt auto delivery. Three phones
974. 975, 999. 114-10 E. Broadway. m73C
Ladles' suits dry cleaned. 51.50; gent's
suits, 51.25; this week only. All work
Kiiarantccd. Economy Cleaning1 Co.. 170
W. So. Temple. Phone Wasatch 335.
FURS AND TAXIDERMISTS
and taxidermist line, "Wo carry com
plete lino of manufactured sootls. Clean
ing, repairing, re-dying; and remodeling
at cut rates. 23 years in Salt Lake, R.
Stenael Fur Co.. 57 E. 3rd South. k200S
teed. Tlarmony Millinery. 53S S. State.
W. 501 S. . k2722
COAL AND KINDLING
and kindling. 165 East 4th South; tioth
DrOps are not used. 201 Templeton
I PICTURES AND WALLPAPER
Main at. k2719
PLUMBING ELECTRIC WORK
call" wiGLrDUDTSr caTron
plumbing ind electrical repairs. Was.
242S. . H23G0
REMOVED FROM THlT
COMPLETE FOUR-ROOM OUTFIT "
TUESDAY. DISC. 10
2:30 P. M. SHARP "
Consisting of fumed oak dining
room outfit, extra massive and ex
ceptionally beautiful, cosi 5300:
loose cushion fumed oak settee. In
Spanish, leather, and rockers to
. match: Wilton velvet and Ax
mlnstor rugs; heavy brans bed.
spring and Ostemioor mattress:
blrdseye maple dresser, ,'itid rock
ers to match: crockery, glassware,
china and kitchen utensils, etc.,
GOODS IN USE ONLY FOUR
REMOVED FOR CONVENIENCE
OF SALE TO
lo-19 WEST FIRST SOUTH ST.
UTAH AUCTION t COMMISSION
AUCTION SALE MONDAY AT 58 W.
Second South. I will sell a lot of furni
ture, carpets, rugs, linoleum. Iron and
brass bed. 3 steel ranges, heating stoves,
gas stoves, mahogany dining set and
bed set, lot rockera, sanltarv couohcS,
folding beds, bedding, etc. Sa"le 10.30 a,
m- C. E. OSTEKLOH.
WEDNESDAY I WILL SELL A GEN
orol stock of merchandise at Sprlng
vllle. Utah, for Packard Bros. Dry goods,
boots, chocs, groceries, jewelry, etc. Sale
starts 2 p. m. Continues till stock Is
eohi- C.E. OSTERLOH.
PUBLIC AUCTION SALES HELD EV
ery Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday or
now and second-hand furniture. We will
also hold an auction sale at your resi
dence for you, or buy your furniture out
right. Utah Auction & Commission Co..
15-19 West 1st South St. RosD
C. E. OSTERLOH. AUCTIONEER. RESI
dence. 634 So. Main. Wasatch 2824-W.
C. T. SEBER MAKES FURNITURE
auction a specialty: consult mo beforo
selling. Hyland 1317. h22S2
TUESDAY AT 22 J s7 STATE WE WILL
sell 55000 stock of jewelry. Elgin and
Waltham watches, solid gold and filled
rings, brooches,( chains, jnesh bags,
toilet and sliver sets, umbrellas and
everything usually found In a first
class jewelry' stock. Sale ctarls at
10:30 a. m., 2 p. m.. 7t30 p. m.
OSTERLOH & SEBER. Auctioneers.
For Sale Pianos.
piano, slightly used; will sell cheap.
Nelson PJano Co.. 105 E. 2nd South, Was.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST LADY'S GOLD "WATCH, EN
graved on front Eva; lost between 3rd
North, 1st West and 2nd South. Reward.
Return 437 North 1st West. m721
LOST SEED PEARL PENDENT WITH
aqua marine stone (green) on Dth ave
nue car, or near 1st South and Main.
Liberal reward. Return to 25D 7th avc.
LOST LADY'S GOLD WATCH,, HUNT
Ing case. Reward. 36S East 3rd So.
Wasatch 1074. m74S
LOST TOY POODLE. 2 BROWN EARS
and lfght spots of brown: 0 weeks old.
Return to Do Frank's paper stand. '2nd
So. and State. 525 reward. m744
LOST JAPANESE MINK MUFF.
trimmed with brqwn satin, on Sandy
car. Roward. Return to Tribune office.
LOST CAMEO BROOCH, BETWEEN
Bamberger Coal Co. and Salt Lake.
Hardware. Return to Tribune. Reward..
NEAR COLONIAL THEATER THURS
day afternoon, green trading stamp
book, about two-thirds full. Roturn to
The Trlbuno business office.
!oNE MINK MUFF. REWARD IF RE-
turned to Tribune. ml 131
LOST ONE DIAMOND EARRING
with large pearl on top, between 3rd
So. and Empress theater, on Main si.
Reward. Notify Eclipse Grocery it Meat
Co. ml 010
FOUND STRAY CALF ON PREMISES.
Owner can havo same by clvlng de
scription and paving cost ot expense.
Phone Wasatch 6136-M. mll75
LOST BET. SO. TEMPLE AND 3RD
South, a mink muff. Return S2 West
1st North. Reward. mlOOo
FOUND PURSE WITH" SOME MONEY.
on Mount Olivet car line. Inquire 271
So. 12th East. nil251
LOST BLACK VELVET PURSE ON
2nd So. car. Sunday night, containing
money, etc. Return to Mrs. Russell.
Aucrbach's. Reward. ml 248
LOST CHECK AND TWO So BILLS:
check signed on back. New York Cafe:
made out by P, J. Marcn. Reward to
finder. Return to driver. Success Mar
LOST CinLD'S SMALL FUR HAT.
Return to 921 East 1st So. Reward.
neys. O. W. Powers, Thomas Marlon
eaux, J. W. McKlnney, Roger W. Powers.
Top lloor front, Kcarns bldg. Was. 1S50,
J. S. Fanington, notary. n3132
F. L. PALMQUIST. ATTORNEY. RE'-x
-moved to 201 Kcarns bldg. .Was.
D. L. OLESON. LAWYER.
1209 Walker Bank bldg. Wasatch 6221.
COCFrxlMTNT WILL DO
some housework' If necessary- Phono
Wagatgh 4lll-W.-- s Ic31l9
I PAINTING AND DECORATING
LC. L. VESLE.V & SON. 120 STATE.
Wasatch 6711. AH work guaranteed.
' JAPANESE GOODS
tor of Japanese dry goods, chlnawar?.
323 South Main. k2015
light livery horses bought and sold.
Phone SI. clll
French polishing call Hyland 239S-R.
WE SELL. RENT aViMI E PA I R ALL
makes. 139 State. WaKa.tch 4703.
atca from Velvctlna iarlors. Wasatch
LADIES' AND GENTS' TAILOR
C. W. IIUHL. 220 CONSTITUTION
building opposite Z. C M. I Your own
material rnado up. hl34
"S'OUR.MQNEY'iS AVELL "SPENT
when your shoes aru repaired with Mon- "HH
arch, 'of th Oaks Leather. M
MONARCH SHOE REPAIRING CO.,
21 E Second South. .Phone 35S3.
WILL GIVE 73.000 SHARES TREAS- "H
ury stock and furnish provisions and "H
necessary supplies to have assessment
work done In Big Cottonwood. Sce Wm
Crowe. 27 Latimer blk. h3301
IT IS AN EASY MATTER 6 TURN
the Wants to account Just stop, and
think for a moment what you need most, ""
then put tho Wailtn to work for. you.
WILL SHIP CAR U.'H- GOODS TO LOS
Angeles and one to Chicago and one to ""
Portland; and one to Florida next ten
day: very reasonable rates. "Kimball Vnn
& Storage Co.. 72 So. Main. n2S0S
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS WANT-
cd: will pay you. firot-c'ass prices. H. "H
C. Fisher & Co.. 165 So. W. Temple- Wn
KHteh 5171. c253
LIST YOUR SECOND-HAND AUTOMO
bllo with us. We have customers for
all kinds and sizes. Fowler, 53-59 So jH
W. T. , g336-'
UTAH JUNK CO.. HIGHEST PRICE
paid for Iron, brusn. rugs, bottles, rub
ber. copper, etc. S10 So. tth West. Phone
Wasatch 229.. ml 87".
A FEW UNCLAIMED TAILOR-MADE
suits and overcoats at a bargain
Spielberg Tailoring Co., 57 W. 2nd So.
TO DO YOUR UPHOLSTERING AND
mattress remaking. Utah Bedding &
Mfg Co. Phone ."S3. b202
WILL BUY ALL 2ND-IIAND GOODS
we can get. Mich'g. Furn. Co.. 3(3
State. Was. 5115. kl976
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND
hand furniture, carpets, stoves, trunks
and valises. Wasatch Sl'0. g337S
YOUR OLD CLOTHING; WILL CALL.
Salvation Army. Phone. 12191
ALL KINDS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
wanted. Tel. Was. 3625. klt'Ri
I WANT TO LEASE AN EQUIPPED
farm or "stock .ranch. Experienced: Al
references. Address P. O. Box 6S5, Park
City, Utah. k2U5
ALL UNION MEN TO WEAR OUR 52
and 53 UNION-MADE hats. "Hats of
Merit." "Merit Hat Co., S1-S3 E. 2nd So.
51100 AT 7 PER CENT; GILT-EDGED
security; no commission. Phono Wn.".
469S or 1520. nl607
WANTED BIDS FOR 10,000 POUNDS
Grower will deliver from 10,000 Ibc jH
to a carload of line white pearl pop
corn, shelled and sacked, to the best bid
dcr, f. o. b. Caldwell. Ida. Bids opener'. ""H
Dec. 15. Address J. H. Forbes, Caldwcl1,
CHEAP. A MOSLER SAl-'E. LARGE
size. Inquire IL W. Dayncs. 15 E. lt
South. ml226 IH
Wanted Board and Room.
lined family on east side who will board jjH
mv wife and where sho will feel at home iflH
I travel mosl of the time; willing to pu
540 per mouth for my wife and extra for
mvsclf when In town. Best reference
Z-5, Tribune. ml249
YOUNG MAN DESIRES FIRST-CLASS
board and room; cast sldo preferred. 1
Phone Hyland 17, or address Z-46, Trlb-
unc. in 1100 IH
Wanted to Buy.
ncd by th'ousauds, many of whom are
prospective purchasers. jH
WILL PAY CASH FOR FOUR-ROOM
house; must be in southeast part cf IH
city. Also at bargain If you want your
money at once. Box 101 Ruth, Nevada.
WOUT-D LIKE TO BUY" MODERN jfl
brick house, four or more rooms, large 1
lot. in good location; must bo a bar-
gain. X-19. Tribune. k2o06
Wanted to Trade.
WILL TRADE TWO DOZEN ROLLS
assorted music for 65-noto player for jH
G5-noto music whiclt I have not played B
Bring your music. SOS First avc. klGDl
WILL TRADE A LOT WORTH $1000,
only 10 rods from paved street, for jH
gravel hauling; three or more teams H
needed. Phone Wasatch 1362. m!31
WILL TRADE, 540 ACRES OF CHOICE
DRY FARM LAND NEAR METRO- jH
POL1S, NEVADA, FOR SIX OR BIGITT
ROOM HOUSE ON EAST SIDE IN
SALT LAKE. NO" FINER LAND IN
THE WEST. '
WOOLF BROTHERS COMPACT, JH
r.04 WALKER BANK BUILDING.
v " Wanted To Rent.
caro of furn. mod. apt. or would pa H
reasonable rent; bent of care. AddreK jH
Z-34 Tribune. rnlOOO H
WANTED 7 OR S-ROOM FURNISHED
house, modem with furnace, etc. State jH
price. Z-50. Tribune. ml345 IH
DlT" gTGAMBLE. 60S M'INTYRE
bldg Hours. 10 to 12 and 2 to 4. Wa- IH
satch 52S1. S27f5
DR. CLAUDE RIDDLIC. OSTEOPATH
phvslclan, surgeon. 210 Kcarns Bldg jH
Hours 9-5. Wamtih 5696. H
DlF?EnT5NT KINDS OF BUTTONS
made at Babbcl's Ladle' Tailors, 6S H
W, Broadway. k3S00 H
ONLY THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED jH
button yaakcra In the west; mudo from IH
vour own cloth; any size or kind. Jlu-2-4 H
lorcantllo bldg. Was. 4077. mill.". H
cr and bo convinced before buying a HH
ileanei'- at any price. Slewart-GIceflon H
Co., Was. 290. goa2S HH
xCso KFTFrrfTxoTAN IB
work a specialty. S. L. Lock Works HH
Was. 4054. hlOIO
EYE, EAR, NOSE ANDJTHROAT
DRAnuTr"l-RR0'5. OCUUST flH
and aurlst; spectacles accurately filled- SH
difficult eases solicited. g39bS Hl
shorthand and typewriting. 313 D. F B
Walker bldg. k2S24 M