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II OGDEN DEPARTMENT
j OFFICE 25 52 WASHINGTON AV-SNTJTB. PHONE 634.
I Office Honrs s. . to 10:30 a. m.; 3 p, m. to 8 f .
I DAVID ECCLES WILL
IS WOTYET FDUIUD
Close Associates of Financier
Believe No Last Testa
ment Was Left.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 2. Nearly ono month
"Hun pnFScd since the sudden dc:tth or Da
Mrt Ecclcn In Salt Lake City on the
evening of December 5. 7et tho will of
t.jc late financier, If there la a Mill In
exlftcucc, has not boen filed for probate,
no steps taken townrd a possible dlvi.ion
or scttllns up of the vast estate tho vaJ- j
ae of which han boen estimated variously
at from J15.O0O.0OO to $50,000,000. j
Those moat closely nsrociatcd with Mr. ,
Ecrlcs during his lifetime have found no
renmn to alter their original opinion that
h left no will. That the twenty-one chil
dren. 1.! helm of tl'!?"3
mi'I be considered In ""'V' ',1. H.
may bo taken 1b the belief V'i'"Ad in
to make unnecessary j owtll or of" rtner
riMslon of tho property bl lcgai pru
''peaking of the matter W g
the personal friend and legal advisor oi
Mr. Ecclcs. said today:
"If Mr. Eecles left ft will It has not
- ft b-cii found nd personally I ani Jn
" lined to belltv,. that there In no vu
"'to a polblc division of the property
-that would be made i. acwdnnco with
tjc or bv agreement, but I nm Mire tnac
Perfect harmony will prevail In the fum
ii " L R Ecclea and David, Jr.. are out
W'thr" cuy ami It . bee"
such a abort tlmo lncc lh death ot Mr.
E-ele-j that there has been no Incuna-r-on
on the part of the members of the
family to take up this matter.
I PARCEL POST BUSY.
Onden Postmater Believes He Is Dealing
With Practical Jokers.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 2. Today marked the
:eaJ inauguration of the parcel poflt ay
Sn In connection with the VXuSe
t'.c main station at the federa building
md the several substations showing a
vry satisfACtoty business in the rale or
pr lal stamps. Throughout the da
mary parcels were received and not a Tcm
Were delivered by the regular carriers.
The first rarcel "post packnso handled
throtRii the local office and consigned
to Postmaster L. W. Shurtllff Proved to
j- something of a Joke and furnluhea
a probltm for the sleuths. It contained
a choice assortment of vegetables, beets,
oi.lons. potato'jH and turnips, all M-rappetf
!'i tissue paper and tied with ribbon. Ao
lonlirg l' tho return card on the put
j?.de of the pnekuge It whh consigned by
T e Farmers' Reliance, llaytlcld, Utah,
l'o; tmaxter Fhurtllfi Is Inclined to bc
. f t'iat several members of the Re
' MiPf" might be located among the em
jvycn oi this federal building. It ro-jl-c-'l
9 cents t carry the package ami
it bore an extra 10-cent stamp. Insur
ing it for the full value of 50 cents.
There was a alight error in an article
ir.pcaiing in thin department yestcrda
to the cffcel that fourth-class- matter,
o- 4arccl post matter as It now becomes,
ould not be accepted. It wan tho In-
cr.tlon to convey the Information that
9 i- .natter Mould not be accepted fo:
Mic-ial delivery at this time, although
an, i a provision waa made in the origi
; parcel post plan. ,
I SEEKS TURKEY'S MMONTS.
Discoverer of Gold Nugget In Crav In
tends -to Go Mining.
I Spt.ul to The Tribune.
OGDF.X, Jan. 2. George D. Folkman.
jstodlan of tho "Weber county building
ird t'.ie lucky owpor of the Ncm Years
ur':e" which netted him a gold miggct,
.as not been able definitely to locate the
I former haunts of the gold-bearing bird,
ut ho l ntlll enjoying visions of a val
Mblc mineral claim. Ho has reached a
I rolnt in his Investigation which makes
t certain that tho turkey came from the
arake river country In Idaho or from
Portervllle, a nmall settlement In Mor
, i;An county. .
I If he can ascertain definitely from what
I particular farm hla turkey was received
jy the local dealer. Mr. Folkman pays he
.i tends to do some prospecting Just as
oon as the snoM' Is off the ground in the
aprins.
I Herman S. Purdy Dead.
Spc;al to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 2. After au illness of
. fteen years, during vhlch tlmo ho Buf
fered from acute Brlghfa dlhoaae. tier
lan S. Purdy. 21 years of ago, and on
of Mr. and Mrs. James Purdy, died at the
f.imll- home. r.'S Twenty-eighth street,
at o'clock thlK morning. After Kpend
i:g uevcrnl weeke in California In a fruit
ers search for relief. Mr. Purly retunied
o tl la city on December 4 and last Fri
Iar underwent an operation at the Deo
.ospltal. This failed to bring relief and
?mo days after the operation he "va.s ta
,en home. M'horo he sank steadily until
lc end camu this morning. In addition
to the parents, ho in survived by three
VrotlierH and one Bister, J. K-, Milton and
Mlltani Purdy and Mrs. C. S. "Warner.
.M residing in this city. The funeral ar
at.gc'r.onts will be announced later.
II Eagerly AM-alt Gates Concert.
I i i' ul to The Tribune.
I OGDCX. Jan. 2. A party of Ogdcn peo-
I v.1.0 are interested In the work of the
I o'-il tabernacle choir attended the final
I halt Lake recital of Miss Emma Lucy
j Giles last night. Among those in the
party were Mr. and Mrf. C. J. Itoia. Pro.
I easor and Mrs. Joseph Boltantync and
I Alonso Wst. The. final recital by Miss
I fiatc in Utah before her departuro for
I Ki, rope Mill bo given under the auspices
I uf the Ogden choir In the tabernacle on j
I Innunry S. This concert is regarded by
I i '.islc-Iovers as ono of the most aus-
I , lelotm events In the history of the local
j '.oir.
II Another Robbery Eeportcd.
Sjjr-'al to Tho Tribune.
OGDCX. Jan. 2. Another ca.-o has been
I .Wivl to the long list of so-called room-
I .ng l.o'jsie robborlc which hav eweurred
I n c Ogtlen's reatrlcted district waa
I "ojfed. In the arrest of Eva Ibigley upon
I if 'omplalnt of Joseph Kisman. The
I woman was taken into custody by Patrol-
I nan John Hutchins and Merchant Patrol-
1 nan Dan Sullivan lat night after Kln-
I man hnJ rpo:ted the loss of a M'atch and
I M5 In cash. Armlancd on a charge of
I agram-y. the Baglcy woman entortrd a
I plea of not guilty before Judge AV. II.
I llecder in the police court this morning.
Hi Charged WiUi Forgery,
.pe. ;al to The Tribune.
OGDEN", Jan. 2 Jacob C. Hlnklcy, re
'Ming at 21&3 Lincoln avenue, is under
arre1! and lockeyl jrt the county Jail on
a c' arge of. forgery. In the complaint
HH I'rawn by County Attorney Darld Jn-on
t'-Ja . it ib charged tlutt Hlnkley forged
HH th name of Joseph t;oulhl'-k. Jr., to a
hrk for HO. Hlnkley Mas arreMcJ a
monthM ago on a charge of fulling
m provfdr for hi wife td children. HI
l-einiInaiT harltig on thr forgery
ii:nrge rrobablj wlli jio'j tomorro"-morning.
BOY SHOT Or RIFLE
SUPPOSEDUEULOflDED
Five-Year-Old Son of Driver
' Mar Die From the
Wound.
Special to Tho Tribune.
' OGDENT, Jnn. 2. Playing Mith a rifle
not thought tu he loaded. William Barth.
li-ycar-old son of Charles Barth of tho
Sand Ridge, shot and probably fatally
Mounded his cou.eln. Ile.nry Ackarct, aged
5. son of M. JI. Ackaret. tlrlver for the
M. H. Jones Coal comnan;.. Tho acci
dent occurred about 5:50 o'clock tills
evening at the homo of tho boys' grand
father. James Drysdale, 26S Qulncy ave
nue. 1 Tho Injured hoy wan taken to Hcrgci s
hoxplial and his condition at midnight
waa reported to b. extremely dangcroua.
The .22 caliber bullet entered his right
tomplo and paused out the top of his head.
YOUTH ACCIDENTALLY SHOT.
Drops Gun Upon Concrete Platform and
Shell Is Exploded.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN", Jan. 2. Ray Wardlclgh. aged
15, son of Captain II. H. Wardlalgh of
the central Mr station, was accidentally
shot through th" left hand at I o'clock
this afternoon M'hile returning from a
hunting trip went of the Utah hot springs.
No M'a h walling for a car at tho spring
utatlou when ho dropped thu butt of tho
gun to the concrete platform. Tho con
cussion exploded the shell, the. entire
charge parsing through hla hand. Tie M'oa
brought to his home at 2050 Douglas av
nue. Albert Grccnwell accompanied Ward
Jeigh on the trip and mms Mith him Miien
the accident occurred.
Farmors' Institute. Bogins Today.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 2. Under tho direction of
the Utah Agricultural college, the farm
ers institute, which Is hold annually In
one or moro sections of Weber county.
Mill open at TluntavUlc tomorrow after
noon at 2 o'clock. It will close Saturday
evening. On Monday. January 6, tho. In
st Ituto will he opened at Pleasant View,
the sessions to continue for two days at
that place. From this county the lec
turers will go to KaysvUlc. Davis county,
for incotlngs on January S and 0.
Ncyr Litiuor License Rule.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 2, In a communication
from Judge J. A. Hom'cII this morning
the city commissioners were notified that
a new method had been adopted by the
dl8tricl Judges in passing upon transfers
of licjuor licenses. Henceforth, accord
ing to the now ruling, all appllcattois mr
transfer of license Mill be treated as or
iginal applications.
Marriage Licenses Granted,
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 2 Marriage licenses were
granted today to Antonio Fovcro cjt Tay
lor and Miss Amabilc Monte of Diamond
vllle. Wyo.: "William A. Earl of Idaho
Falls, Idaho, and Nlta C. Conger of Black
foot. Idaho: Sam Onello of Ogden and Ida
F. V. Curto of Hooper.
State News
EDITORS ARE FOUND
GUILTY OFMlflffT
BOISE. Ida.. Jan. 2. R. S. Sheridan,
publisher of the Boise Capital N'eM'fl. C.
O, Broxon, managing editor, and A. R.
Cruzcn, a local capitalist, convicted of
contempt of the Idaho supremo court
for criticising the court's decision barring
tho Progressive candidates for presiden
tial electors from the Idaho ballot, occupy
a cell In the county Jail tonight, where
they will serve out their ten days sen
tence. In addition to the Jail sentence
Imposed on the three men. they also
M'cre eentcned to pay fines of ?500 each.
The supreme court room M'as crowded
this morning when the court announced
its decision. The opinion M-rltten by
Jugtlco Sullivan M-as concurred In bv
Chief Justice StcM-art. Tt upheld the in
herent right of courts to punish for con
tempt. Justice Allshle dissented from
the opinion, on the ground that the case
was not pending at the time of the nub
licatlon of the articles In Question.
Although A. R. Cru7.cn. in his answer
to the court's charge.n. mado affidavit
that ho was in no way connected with
tho paper, tho sworn statement of the
publisher made in compliance with the
federal laws M-as introduced, showing the
ownership of stocks and bonds of the
company and the court held CrU7.en
equally guilty with the publisher and
editor. When the court asked Broxon
If he knew of any reason why sontonce
should not be pronounced, he replied.
"None that thig court will consider."
The threo newspaper men were then
sentenced and taken to tho countv jail
where they were placed In the same coll
occupied by Moyer. .Haywood and Petti
bone, during their trials for alleged com
plicity in the assassination of ex-Governor
Steune.nberg.
The action against Sheridan, Broxon
and Cni7.un was brought December 2 by
Attorney General McDougal. The publi
cation of the message from Col. Roose
velt, criticising the court's decision was
admitted by the publishers, but thev de
nied that thin wiib contempt, claiming
right under the constitution to criticise
the court. t
THREE PLEAD GUILTY. !
Judge Alfred Budge Opens District Court !
at Pocatelto. !
Special to The Tribune.
POCATELLO, Tda.. Jan. At the
opunlng of the adjourned session of the
dlHltict court here tolay by Judgo Al
fred Budge threo of the prisoners pleaded
guilty. These wore George A. Burrcl,
held for robbery and also wanted for for
gery In Twin Falls; T. E. Armstrong, alias
Ticrney. on the charge of forgery of the
name of E. M. Perky to a number of
checks here re-cnti3-, nnd "Bud" Rlchard
Kon, Mho Id charged with boot-lagging.
The man churgod with grand larceny from
Oneida county, and who tried to burn
himself and the other prisoners In the
jail the other day. whose name J Row-en-,
wo ready to plwnd guilty and Judge
Budge haa onlered that h be. nxamlnxl
us to hi sanity before Probate Judge
Johnston hcfori he plead.
Victim of Tuberculosis.
Special to The Tribune.
POCATELLO, Ida.. Jan. 2. The dead
body of a man of middle ag. was found
In a rooming hounc at 455 North Main
street this morning. It was turned over
to Undertaker Walter, who after con
siderable Investigation found that with
out doubt the man's name is Fred Mantz.
A far as can be aj-certalned death wna
caused by the flr.al ravaK-j of tubercu-1-I.
Manti: mi(t hc-e a few
and " 1 I ro y worked i ha ' .7 n n y
trade, a mat Viliust, m wc Uregon Short
i
The Richest,
Frag rani and most ceonomiril
Tea for tho home is
HEWLETT'S
LUNETA TEA.
Your grocer will be pleased to
supply you.
ASK FOR IT TODAY.
Coupons for Rogers' line Silver
ware in every package.
Line shop here. So far no traces of
relatives have been found, jeforo com
ing here ho M'orked In Dunflinlre. Oil., and
tho foreman of tho shops there has beun
Mired In an effort to jlnd relatives or
friends of the dead man.
Burglary at Pocatollo.
Special to The Tribune.
POCATELLO. Ida.. Jan. 2. The Col
lln novelty store on South .Main slrcot
v.'ae entered last night by means of tak
ing out a panel in tho roar door ami forc
ing tho lock. Goods to tho amount of
"50 lo .'"100 wt-r. stolen. Somo small
change from tho regl.'.ter was also appro
priated. There is no clew to the thieves.
Called on a Mission.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BRIGI-IA.M CITY. Jan. 2. The retiring
Judge of lh- Box Elder precinct. Denmark
Jensen, has received a cnll from "Box
B" at Salt Lake City, to fill his fifth mis
sion In the interests of tho Mormon
church. Jensen has already filled four
mission:'. This time he Mill Inhor In tho
northern slates', spending hla time prin
cipally In the largo cities of tho east, ac
cording to the call. Ho Mill leave home
about January 13.
Will Visit Honolulu.
Special to The Tribune.
BRIGHAM CITY. Jan. 2. H. C. Day.
general manager of the Ogden Portland
Cement company of thin city, and Mife,
expect to leave for au extended trip to
tho Pacific coast, and while on tin: coast
the Days will make the trip to Honolulu.
Idahoan to Sottle in Utah.
Special to The Tribune.
BRIG HAM CITT. Jan. 2. Christian
Jensen of Blackfoot. Idaho, la hero visit
ing his father, Denmark Jensen, for a
few days, and incidentally looking for a'
suitable piece of farming property. He
Is desirous of locating in this oity, and If
ho is successful in purchasing a farm, ho
Mill remove his family here in the very
near future.
Bom Hew Year's Day.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BRIGHAM CITY, Jan. 2. Mr. and .Mrs.
Borger A. Loe received a most welcome
Nom' Year's gift In the form of a baby
girl.
Gas Company Incorporates.
PROVO. Jan. 2. Articles of Incorpora
tion of the Utah Valley Gas fc Power
company were filed M'lth the county clerk
here today. The company Is formed to
build and operate gas works, nlpc lines,
etc Mith a capital slock of "00.000 In
shares of tho par value of 5100 each. The
Incorporators arc A. F. Be ringer and F.
C. Richmond of Salt Lake City, W. TI.
Ray of Piovo. T. M. Turnbull and R. R.
Baldwin of Chicago, and M'hom arc also
tho directors.
F. C. Richmond Is president, Yv IT.
Ray vice president and treasurer, and R.
R. Baldwin secretary- Representatives
of thlH company wero a short tlmo ago
granted a franchise lo Install a gas man
ufacturing plant and build and maintain
pipe lines in Provo.
SECRET SOCIETIES
MASONIC NOTICE MT. MORIAH
lodgo No. 2, F. and A. M.. will hold a
spocial meeting today (Friday) at 1:30
p clock p. m., for the purposo of conduct -inif
the funeral services of our late broth
er, Joseph P. Welch.
GERALD 11. YEARSLEY. Secy.
EL KALAH TEMPLE. A. A. O. X. IdTs.
Regular sessions held at Masonic
temple, corner Second East and First
South, tho third "Wednesday In each
month. Sojourning nobles Invited to at-i?nd,-,
C. H- Fcor. III. Potentate. J.
M. Marriott. III. Recorder.
i LTNDS CHAPTER NO.
jBV 1. Order of Eastern Star
jK&rrrs? Masonic temple. Stated
EslX meetings first Friday
2$v8j& ,acl1 month. Visiting
jBSrqEi members will recelvo a
cordial welcome.
r - MAUD C. STEVENS.
W. M. : NELLIE T.
SPENCER, Secretary.
Vr K MIZPAH CHAPTER NO.
WLtf Order Eustcrn Star
JffiB&zW Stated meetings first
ffll Monday of each month,
yjg Masonic temple, corner
ISW Second East and First
W - South. Visiting members
w cordially Invited.
MINNIE M. GANE. "W. M.
LOUISA STEWARD, Secretary.
T ELECTA CHAPTER NO.
PY iitf' R Order Eastern Star.
I JFgyiJR Stated meetings third
frhXfiK Tuesday of each month.
siPfela. Masonic temple, corner
ISr'. Second East and First
W South. Visiting members
IT - cordially invited.
JENNIE M. MURFITT, W. M.
LI DA F. "WISE. Secretary.
Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
JORDAN LODGE NO. 3, L O. O. F.
Meets cvory Monday night at I. O.
O. F. temple. Visitors Invited. C. Cam
eron. N. G-: A. L. "Weaver, V. G.; "W. T.
Hopkins, secretary. aH37
NAOMI REBEKAH LODGE NO. 1
Meets every second and fourth Satur
day evenings of each month at .Odd Fel
lows temple. Market st n2S52
MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE MEETS
first and third Saturday evenings of
each month at I. O. O. F. temple. o2175
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3
Even- Thursday evcn"ng. K. of P. hail.
1C1 2nd East. Harold Holmes. C. C: S.
N. Randolph. K. of R. and S.
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 2S, K. OF P.
Meets every Saturday evening at 3
o'clock in K. of P. hatl, 123 E. 3rd South;
entrance Linden hotel. L. C. Shr.w. Jr..
C. C.: A. O. Garrett, K. of R. and S.
ROYAL ARCANUM. SALT LAKE
council No. 151". Second and fourth
Wednesdays. K. of P. hall, 123 East 3rd
South streeL Walte.r E. Jones, regentr
E. L. Jones, secretary
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE OF TUB
"World Salt Lake City lodge No. :53.
meets In tho Mooso cluhrooms. 222 South
West Temple utreet. Thursday nights.
8:15 o'clock.
GEO. A. "WHITATCER. Dictator.
S. R. "WELSH. Secretary.
GREAT SALT LAKE CAMP NO. 10071.
M. W. A. Meets every Monday night
at S o'clock In tho Odd Fellows temple.
P. O. place, visiting members cordially
Invited.
FORESTERS OF AMERICA MEET
first and third Tuesdays each month
.t Eagles hall. II. A. Welling. F. S.
sll3(
EXCELSIOR CAMP NO. 10SU2, MODERN
Woodman, meots Tueday evening In
M. W. A. hall. 161 Main nt. VlsJUng
r.elshhors welcome. C, D. Smith. V. C;
Jim H. Rothwcll. clerk.
UTA.II CAMP NO. 33!, W. O. W.
Wedneiday evening. F. O. E. hall. 1G:
S. W. Teirple VIiMng neighbors wel
come. Jrila IL Coll'iiS, Consul; E. W.
Hall, Clerk.
i CALIFORNIA STATU
1 SENATOR RECALLED
i SAN JOSE. Oil.. Jan. 2. The llrst re
I call election under the new ulate law
I whh held today inlhe t wonly-elghth sen
atorial dlHtrlct, for thw recall of State
Senator Marshall Black and tho Mdectlon
of successor. Partial returns Indl
i ate the recall of Black by a large ma
jority ami tho election of Herbert C.
, Jones, Republican, to succuad him.
; Black M'sik a Progressive leader tu th
! utatu tienuie and formulated a number of
! reform measures adopted at the last se.i
i lon of th kglslHtuic. lie Mas secretary
'of the Polo Alto Building & Loan asso
! elation. Miilch waH closed by ordor of a
state commissioner last night after Black
had admitted a .shortage of more than
$100,000. The Republican central com
mittee of S:iiita Clara county, dominated
by Progressives, then demanded Black's
resignation from the senate, und when It
wn refused, instituted recall proceedings.
Black Is awaiting trial on aoveral Indictments.
Sale Set Aside.
CHICAGO, Jan. 2. The salo of the
rillnols properties of the Chicago Ji
Mllwunkeu Railway company by the
receivers Mas 8t aside aa il
legal by Judge Landlx In tho United
States district court today.
Judge Iiudls held that at tho sale
bidding was suppressed ami that tho
purchnxo price was more than $2,000,
000 below the true valuation.
Taft Accepts Invitation.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 2. President
Taft toduy accepted an invitation lo at
tend a dinner of tho Clover club of Phil
adelphia, January 17.
j Would Eecognizc China.
j WASHINGTON. Jan 3. Immediate
! recognition of the iipm" Chinese republic
I by the United States waa asked in a
resolution today by Senator Bacon, a
l member of the foreign offalra committee,
i .
DIED
NOR It ELL At the Tuck apartments. i7
South Second East street. January 2,
1013. William O. Norrell. In hl. fSth year.
Notice of funeral Mill be given later.
GALLACHEK At 710 Downington avc..
January 2. I'.M.:. of paralysis'. William
It. Gallacher. brother of John Gallachor.
born January 22, IJCiS In Scotland. No
tice of funeral later.
WJLSONIn this city. January 2. 1013,
Myrtle A. "Wilson, aged 21 years, and her
infant son, daughter and grandson of
Gcorgo Lambourne. 41 North Second
West street. Funeral notice later.
FUNERAL NOTICES.
CLISBY. The funeral services over the
remains of Ihe late Clara C. Cllsby.
lato of Atlanta, Ga., aged 70 years, will
be held today fFrlday)at 2:30 n. m.. from
tho mission chapel of Undertaker Jos.
W. Taylor. 21 South West Temple
streets. Friends are Invited to attend.
Interment In Ml. Olivet cemetery.
WELCH. The funeral services for Jos
eph P. Welch, who dleii In this city
December 2S, 1012, Mill be held from the
Masonic temple, corner Second East and
'llilrd South, today (Friday) at 2 p. m
under tho auspices of Mt. Moriah lodse.
No. 2. F. & A. M. Interment in Mt.
Olivet cemetery.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
E. G. O'DONNELL, UNDERTAKER.
and embalmer, has moved to neM' loca
tion. 22B-227 South West Temple stroot.
Realty bldg. Phone 580. o3309
EBER W. HALL. UNDERTAKER AND
embalmer. 164. So. West Temple. Phono
GOB. d3
LARKIN-HGLL UNDERTAKING COM
pany; modern chapel parlors. 255 So.
2nd East. Wasatch 5132. Open day and
night. m!392
CUT FLOWERS.
HUD DART FLORAL CO.. C3 SO MAIN
at. Phono IOC. Cut flowers and fu
neral designs. nl632
THE LEADING FLORIST. W. W. KING.
211 E 2nd So. Phone 37, h297
WANTED
Miscellaneous.
WILL SHIP CAR H. U. GOODS TO LOS
Angeles and one to Chicago and one to
Portland, and one to Florida next ten
clays; vory reasonable rates. Kimball Van
fc Storage Co.. 72 So. Main. n2&03
WESTERN JUNK &
Metal company. Highest "prices paid for
copper, brass, rubber, bottles, etc. Plion.
Waa. 2316, 1011 So. State St. m2001
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS WANT
cd; will pay you first-class prices. H.
C. Fisher & Co., 1G3 So. W. Temple. Wa
satch 5171. c253
LIST VOUR SECOND-HAND AUTOMO
blle with us. We have customers Tor
all kinds and sizes. Fowler, 53-50 So.
W. T. g33C2
UTAH JUNK CO.. HIGHEST PRICE
paid for Iron, brass, rags, bottles, rub
ber, copper, etc. SI0 So. ith West, Phono
Wasatch 223. mlS73
A TOW UNCLAIMED TA1 1.OR-MA DE
suits and overcoats at a bargain.
Spielberg Tailoring Co.. ."7 W. 2nd So.
klSOS
TO DO YOUR UPHOLSTERING AND
mattress remaking. Utah Bedding .t
Mfg. Co. Phone 3S3. b202
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND
hand furnlturo. carpets, stoves, trunk.
and valises. Wasatch SOG. g3378
YOUR OLD CLOTHING; WILL CALL.
Salvation Army. Phone. t2101
ALL KINDS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
wanted. Tel. Was. 3625. klOSl
ALL UNION MEN TO WEAR OUR 52
and 33 UNION-MADE hats. "Hats of
Merit." Merit Hat Co.. S1-S3 E. 2nd So.
m213
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND
hand furniture, carpets, cook stoves,
ranges, trunks. Was. S06. m220s
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN FOR A
dramatic company touring Idaho and
Utah; long engagement. Address 350
Kensington avc.. Salt Lake City. m22CS
CATTLE. ANY KIND. YOUNG AND FAT
calveis. poultry. I keep two Jersey hulls
for service. Cows fotched. Phone Hyland
2374-J. Rear 1415 S. Main. m3110
FREE TO OUR PATRONS.
A nice calendar and a patent match
safe. Call and xet them.
MONARCH SHOE REPAIRING CO..
21 E. Second South. Waxalch 35S3.
n!7S
FLORISTS
aTlkTndT'cT't"
from greenhouse. Porter-Walton Co..
274 State. m37Sl
TAILORS
Suits and overcoats from $15 up.
815S8
! SWITCHES
FKOM'clDMnNGr
teed. Harmony Millinery 553 S. State.
W. fiElS k2722
C. E. OKTERLOH. AUCTIONEER. RESI
ience. 34 So. Male Wasatch 28H-W.
1 i'SI
jtf! TT SEBER MAKEB FUR V ITTTR E
auction a. npeealty- consult mo before
Minns' Hyland 13171 hZI!I
WANTED
Wanted Male Help.
WANTED AN ALL-ROUND PRINT
er for country newspaper and Job of
fice. Must be a hustler and able to turn
out the. work. No boor.orH need apply.
A permanent place for tho right man.
Write, giving particulars and salary
wanted, to Newspaper, Box 101. Cedar
City, Utuji. nil.'
DANCE LEARN TO DANCE. WALTZ.
tM'o-Htcp, three-step, taught In four
les-vonc. GS Postoffice place. beL Main
and West Temple. Dancing Tuesday.
Thursdavnnd Saturday nights. Mr. and
Mrs. Woodward. Instructors. Lc-Fon!
dally. m:445
MEN, WOMEN. GET GOVERNMENT
John. 510.00 week. Write- Immediately
for Hat of positions open. Frfrnklln In
Btltute. Dopt. 446 W.. Rochester. N. Y.
kiss:
RTROCK'S EMPT.OYMENT AGENCY
Hotel, restaurant and household help.
Headquarters for laborers.
West 2nd South Phono 44
c.743
SHEPPARD'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
"The Red Front." 112 West 2nd Bouth.
Hendouartrrs railroad and mining help.
Wasatch 2B24. elS4J
PERSONAL ATTENTToTAND THOR
oughners characterize Utah Bulnr
Collece trnlnlm?. Dav tnd night Begin
now. Boston building. sl537
FIFTY YOUNO MEN WITH EICYCLE3.
gcod wages: steady employment: chance
to learn telegraphy. W. U. Tol. Co.
B.2M1
JAPANESE GE?7T-RAL AGENCY.
Help of all kinds furnished. Phono W.
latch 1311. 250 West 1st South. f340l
MEN'S UNCALLED-FOR TAILOR
mado suits and overcoats nt a sacri
fice. Spielberg Tailoring Co., 67 W. Rec
ond South. IC1804
MEN WANTED TO WEAR OUR TRUSB
es; fit sruarnnteed. Rex Drug Co.. W.
Tcmplo Rnd Broadway. b2S7l
FREE EMPLOYMT3NT AGENCY. BASE
rr.ent First Congregational church. W
get you a position free of charso, Tolo
phono Wanatch 5822. t365
WANTED MACHINIST-OPERATOR.
Miio Is alpo a god printer. Apply
XYZ. Tribune. ml732
TWO MEN FOR AUTO DRIVING AND
repairing; cxpcricnco unnecessary. Call
73 Postoffico placa. m2114
WANTED 25 SOLICITORS FOR SPE
elal work. Best proposition over mado
to public and atront Pay cvory day. Call
b ynu can dollvor the goods. 312 Con
stitution bldg., 0 to 11 a. m. m203G
A REWARD OF $100 OFFERED BY
Hcnager's Business College for a grad
uato that failed lo get a position m3233
SIN MEN. WELL DRESSED. HONEST.
energetic and trustM'orthy. S a. m.
sharp. Mr. Poclman, 314 McCornlck bldg.
' m3721
THIS IS ENROLLMENT WEE 10 AT
Hcnager's Business college Call today
and make arrangements for your course.
rl
YOUNG MAN THAT CAN CLEAN.
press and repair clothes and under
stands waiting on retail trade: must be
pober: eood oopltlon year round. If you
can't fill this don't answer: write stat
ing salary and- age. L. Strauss, Buhl
Idaho. nt
ABLE-BODIED MEN WANTED FOR
the IT. S. marine corpp. between tho
nges of 10 and 35; must be native born
nr have first jiapen: monthly pay $15 to
S63: additional compensation possible:
food, clolhlne. quarters and medical
attendance free; after 30 years' service
can retire with 7." per cent of pay and
allowances; service on hoard ship and
ashore In nil parts of the M'orld. Apply
at L". S. Marine Corps Recruiting Office,
ICS Main st.. Salt Lako City, Utah. n3
GOOD CLOTHING. FURNISHING AND
shoe salesman. Apply today. NIcoIh.
210 South Main. nlS7
FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN FOR ROAD
and city; nlso good solicitors. Steady
work; jjoort nronosilions. Sneelnlty Mfg.
Co.. room 337 Mercantile block. Applv
after 10:30. nlOi
BOY WITH WHEEL FOR "DELIVERY.
Apply Druehl & Frankcn. Tho T.'.us
Corner. nlCO
YOUNG MAN FOR STIDNOGRAP?I"ER
and general office M'ork; slato age. pre
vious employment, references and M'agos
expected. Address B-3S. Tribune. nlS2
BOOKKEEPER AND STENOGRAPHER;
must have A-l references. W. L.
Wctherbco Co.. ir.S and J0a West 1st
South. nl72
Wanted Situation Female.
iTrfHOOGilLY COMP1CTENT WOM
an, to do cooklnc: elub house preferred.
Addrcsa B-54. Tribune. n2l
LOST AND FOUND
uiHfrXATrrs
dant. purphs stone. Reward. Roturn to
Tribune office, m2033
FACTORY GIRL LOST MONTH'S
wages, green purse, shopping district
or Wandamerc car. Miso Boyd. McDon
ald Chocolate Co. $5 reward. m2180
LOST BLACK MUFF AT MOOSE
club. Return to Moose club. Reward.
m3723
FEMALE SCOTCH COLLIE PUP. RE
tuni 100 2nd avc- Reward. nS
LOST 7-JEWEL WALTHAM WATCH.
Mith fob and locknt. Return to Pal
ace hotel. 329 So. W. Tcmplo. KeM'ard.
nllO
LOST MINK SCARF BET. STATE
and Main. Return to Louvre cafe.
Suitable reM-ard. nltlO
LOST A BROOCH WITH A BLUE
center set Mith pearls. Finder return
to Somloh. Reward. nl71
LOST DIAMOND BROOCH PIN.
about Z Inches long, at Hotel Utah,
Dec. 31. Finder please notify Was. 5580.
Reward. nlOS
LADIES' TAILORING
dws5n"X!jieX"f
alterations a specialty. 135 W. 2nd
South. ml393
REMOVAL
wlnR&LSON lXwyersT're
moved to Judge building. Telephone
Wasatch 5S1. n25
PYORRHEA SPECIALIST
DRTT5tOnfEItTW. HALL. PYORRHEA
AND ORAL PROPHYLAXIS. C30
KEARNfi BLDG. a2253
LIVERY STABLE
MCOY STvBLe cXrTuaGSAND
light lively horses bought and sold.
Phone SI. c!41
CHIMNEY CLEANING
cThmney sveTgnjS fur
nace cleaning. Liavc ordora at Druehl
& Frankon'a Wnaatch 100. kI90?
APPLES POTATOES
FOX FRUIT FARM APPLET. S5C PER
bualiel; potatoes, 50 per bushxl. de
livercd. Phone Murray 13-.I m3754
FURS AND TAXLDERMISTS
wedoevTeIiytjhno
and taxidermist 'Inc. We carry com
plete lln of manufartured goods. Clean
ing, repairing, ro-dying and rotnodollng
at cut rates. 25 yearn )u S.ilt Lake, R.
Slenzel Fjr Co., 57 E. 3rd South. R206S
WANTED
Wanted Female Help.
GIRLS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. AV
PLY READY FOR WORK AT 8 A. M
AND 1 P. M. DAILY. TROY LAUNDRY.
421 SOUTH ST1I EAST.
gD
SUCCESS 1NSUR.NCE UTAH BUSI
ness College preparation for business
life. Start u coursM uow. Boston bldg.,
day or night. elsas
BARCLEY CORSETS ARE LIKE OLD
friends; they wwr well; made to me
urements; guaranteed to fit, not to breait
or rust. Wasatch 3001-W. Competent
business women M-anted to take agenctei
In Utah towns. 40 Woodruff. Apt.
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCT, BASE
ment First Congregational church: wo
get you a position frea ot ehazge. Tele
phone 5822. 12773
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN FOR GEN
cral housework. Phono Wasatch 354S-M.
m2173
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
houscM'ork, three in family: references.
Phono Wasatch. 4147. m271l
WOMAN COOK AND THREE WAIT
rcsscs. Apply Salt Lake Cooks asso
ciation, 222 So. W. Temple, room 233.
mW51
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. SO C at. m234S
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework: family of two. Call morn
ingg, 502 East 1st So. "003
EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housowork: yi per M"oek. Inquire 376
North 1st West. m320S
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework: roferencea required. m3222
EXPERIENCED WOMAN. CLEANING
and laundry- 323 Wall at. m3223
$100 REWARD FOR A GRADUATE OF
Hcnager's Business College M'ho failed
lo get a position. Money ready. Call.
m3234
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK:
no washing. 7CS 2nd ave. tn34S5
WANTED A GOOD COOK: INQUIRE
1103 3rd avc. m3413
WANTED A GOOD COOK FOR SMALL
family; apply at 160 Thirteenth East.
Mrs. Y. P. Kisor. m341S
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
must sleep home: apply 2a Canning
apt. m3412
WANTED GOOD GTRL FOR GENERAL
house.M-ork: no M'ashing. 4 Perry aptn..
215 3rd avenue. m3792
FOUR DEMONSTRATORS, WORK IN
and out of town; steady work, 52 per
clay. S37 Mercantile block. mP.TOfi
BRIGHT. ACTIVE. YOUNG LADY STE
nographcr. with sufficient eXpeticnc0
to handle correspondence for first-class
local firm. Excellent opportunity for
right person; 350 to start. Address B-13.
Tribune. n4I
CALL TODAY AT HENAGER'3 Busi
ness college. Th!? in enrollment week
and nov.' Is a good time to start. n!5
WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework: two In famllv; no
washinc; references required. 627 2nd
ave. Wasatch 5S21. nIS
WANTED YOUNG LADIES FOR AD
vcrlislng photography. Address B-)0.
Tribune.
GOOD COOK TN FAMILY OF FOUR
adults; references. Phono Waeateh
44P3-.T. nlG
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK:
must sleep home nights. Applv apt.
E, Sampson apts., 3rd E. and 3rd So.
4 nin
FIRST-CLASS GIRL FOR COOKING
and general housowork; nd laundry.
Wasatch 1446. lis:, East So. Temple.
nllO
WANTED TN FAMILY . OF 3. COMPE
tont girl to do housework; no wnshlmr.
250 So. 3rd East. Phono Wasatch
4460-R. nllS
HOUSEKEEPER.. W1DOWPJR, SMALL
family. Address B-5I, Tribune. nil I
WANTED WOMAN FOR GENERAL
housework. 341 So. Stato. nlOG
WANTED 3 ALL ROirND L,UNDRY
girls; cood M-nges. Apply ready for
work-. M"urray laundrj'- nlSI
A GOOD KITCHEN GIRL. APPLY AT
242 2nd East st. nllu
LADY BOOKKEEPER AND CASHIER
of experience; typist Mith billing ex
perience given preference: Remington
operator: position permanent; utato age,
experience, references and salary ex
pected; surety bond rcauired: all appli
cations treated In confidence. Address
B-41. Tribune. nlCl
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK:
small family; good wages. Apply 27
C st. nlGS
Wanted Situation Male.
mahTmuSei""
to become connected with Salt Lake,
enterprise: can install mRll order system
In any lino of business. Would like to
secure on Interview v.ith nny ono inter
ested. Address A-31. Tribune. mlS72
KITCHEN AND FURNACE MAN
wants work. Wages no object for good
place. A-35, Tribune. m20S0
SITUATION AS NIGHT CLERK OR
janitor. Address A -20. Tribune. ml775
UNIVERSITY STUDENT WANTS
place to devote 5! or 4 hours each day
for his board: any kind of M'ork. Address
B-5S, Tribune nlO
JAPANESE BOY WANTS POSITION
as cook or housework. Address B-2.
Tribune. n!70
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING.
- OINfTlLCCCssT
M-chanlcal engineer, structural design
ing and general drafting. Inventing a
specialty. Office No. 802 "Kearns bldg.
Tel. Wasatch 402C. m2368
GROCERY SPECIAL.
TDOT'oOOnVXlG. 450? t LBsT
sugar. 25c. I pkgs. Cereal coffee. 25c;
4 lbs. rice, navy beans or chill beans,
25c: good broom. 20c: good cocoa, lb.. 25c;
Hume's salmon, S for 35c; lard Is dOM'n,
5s 45c, ua 75c. 10h 51.15; 3 cans peas,
25c; 2 cans corn. 15c; be.st Foft-shell
walnuts, lb.. 20c; 4 lb., dale?. 25c; 0 lbs.
Jonathan apples. 25c: good oranges. doTT
15c; split peas, lb.. 5c; good mixed nuts,
lb.. 15c; S can?1 strawberry Jam,
25c: creamery butter. 35c: 2 lbs.
eastern cheese. 43c; straight grade fiour,
$1.00; 3 pkgF. raisins. 25c; 16 lbs. sugar,
$1.00; now mincemeat, lb., 10c; pineap
ple, can, 10c; 2 pkge. creamery butter,
65c: citron and lemon peel, 20or 3 lbs.
Sultana raisins. 25c; 2 pk. mincemeat,
15c. Chicago Store. 116 W. First South.
n)37?5
PICTURES AND WALLPAPER
PICtmSRAMIG
orating. Gcorgo W. Ebert & Co.. 41
Main t. 1:2719
WALLPAPER CLEANING
YlQMTTrKJ BEST
work; experienced men; prices right
Office. Duval's paper store. d3173
KEY FITTING
.KEY FITTING. LOCK WORK, BI
cycU Supply Co. Phone Bell 2S2S. o7Sl
FOR RENT
Housekeeping Roomj$
far-Re; rent very reasonable
dall terrace, ith mid Mh So", off
,,'?U.Y "OOMf": GAS RAXoM
bath: H7. 26S So. 7th E-fit. Mj
3 '?.- I'PUSEKlSEPiNrJ'wS1
-Cu N. , Com pie. 'mfyA
THREE .N'ICE FL'RN. Hc5usi1
Ing roonix; mod.; S15. 400 vSTf
asa(ch 600-J.
2 NICELY l-URNISn"liD wfy
heat, gas. 537 So. 5th East, m$i
ONE OR TWO MODERN. FUn
housekeeping rooms. "6 8o.j!l
2 NICELY FURNISHED ROOf?
buffet kitchen, ga.s both??
Hyland "".V'001' Pr,Vllt: no jK
MOD. 3-ROOM APT.. FrnwErf '
completely; bath, pantry, cloX
lb W. 5th South.
3 CLEAN ROOMS. GAS; WESTl8fsF
way. CjiII Mahan. 273 g wlw
Wasatch 411. " ' n
ONE OR TWO ROOMS. MoBTtf
rent rcasonablo. m& y. 2nd 7
FURNISHED. 2 CLEAN MOD Jtt
sthcS! room!' C,0B0 ln- chca'",-'l0i
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR L,jrwi
two rooms, 8. ti55 So. Oth VOT
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
ern; Rns range. 73 West 5th 'sM
TWO NICELY .FURNISHED MfM5
rooms for light hoiiHokeeplng; dB
Idoal location; vory reasonable
North State street. Mf$
For Rent Stores and Offv
STOEROrAROEsVAND
somest to be had In the ratall
Stoto betwoen 2nd and 3rd SouttiSf?
squaro feet of floor space; approtjll
3000 square foot basement In tMtt
Will divide space to null temat.?
Apply G. S. Holmes, Semloh llfff
FOR RENT OR LEASE.ffc
Old home of Broedou Offlco SuntBi"
00 W. Second South, Mr.
225xS0 basomcnt. iM;r
225x155 first floor. fW'
22cxl55 second floor. vmZ
J2JxS0 third fioor.
Will remodel building to null tjjfc"
tenants. Ym
Seo us at once. M,'
ASHTON-JENKINS COMPAJj
47 Main Street,
FOR RENT VERY DESIRABLE "ife
houso on O, S. L. switch; doublAu
ment and 2-story brick, electric St
tor, floor scales, heating plant an'
In offlcen; centrally located: rez
reasonable. Phone Exchange 2imTi
land S09.
FOR JtENT STOREROOMSV"!
sizes; all price". low rentals; SUB,
2nd South et. Pay you to lnvMT
Apply O. S. Holmes. Semloh hoteC:
TWO STOREROOMS, CORNER 3
and 2nd South. Apply SernloiMr
office. jW
TWO LARGE STOREROOMS. )W
So State. Apply G S. Holmes"
loh hotel. yEl
OFFICE ROOMS. TRIBUTE BTJliy
Inquire F. J. Westcott, 1008 7M
building.
STORE FOR RENT. SUITABLjft
garage or wholcas-le or retail. 5M1
2nd South.
STORES AT REASONABLE W
FRITSCH. 202 FELT BLDG. j
GOOD STOREROOM AT 106 EA8I
South. Apply G. 8 Holmes, -MP
hotol. ijft
GOOD BTriTiDTNG IN GOOD I.OOft
for restaurant or bakorv : rent XW
able. Inquire box 101. Rigbv. JS
I
2 STORES. 351-353 W TEMPLE
be UEcd senaratelv or together?'
cheap. W. J. Dooley. 7s P. O. P
I
STORES FOR RENT, 351-353 S
Temple. Inquire W. J Do?loy, 71
place. 1J
For Rent Miscellaneoti
DrcSKROO.l FOR RENT. APPt
Kearns bldg Phone 1025.
Wanted to Rent Gara
MARRIED COUPLE. FFRN1
housekeeping rooms in moilornfe
not exceeding $16. Address B-44,i
line. .
?
Farms for Rent.
FARM OF 110 ACRES. CLOSE TOV
Lake dir. Good ImnrovomeruJ
irood water riant. Will lease on
ADnlicant must furnish t'.vo tcarr
need. Address B-32. Tnbure
For Rent Hotels
fotTr15Nt"onH
room, fireproof, modern hotel: so,
with private baths: central locatloi
dr-s P. O. bos 146. A
- - j"
Furniture moviniT. J
nbljxvnol?
furniture, safes, etc. Alex H
Transfnr Co. '
For Rent Garacre J
ajt6km?he"
etc., fully equipped and tho bt
tlon In tho city: State street W
and 3rd South, formerly occupied J
Randall-Dodd Co. Apply G. B.
offlco Semloh hoteL z
LADIES' TAILORS
jaCntTfeTTspe
ault. J30.00: your material ana tl
lng. J20.00- Perfect fit. Repair
modeling. Zucker & Evdashln. 2o
Wa satch 6313.
DURING MONTH OF JAXCARr.jj
make substantial reduction on all
and Jiults. Spring styles no In, tn
miller, ladles' tailor. East 4th J
PRINTING I
plant. Printing nlndlng. OMj
FOUNDRY t
HTOVB C ASTING S. .ITTEBNl'j
12,000 dlfforent BoVeI 'j
dry work. Western 'u.n.diry '
Repair Works. Wasatch 4i4.
CLEANING ANDDYEEW
"ierTclean
Garmenls, insured. bP5"hA
Prompt auto delivery. hf-Z!Fml
974. 975. 0?0. 114-16 F roaday..M-
MONUMETSTOIB
McKensle. Display jordr. 41. ao.
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