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8 14 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4. 1013.
OFFICE 2562 WASHINGTON AVENUE. PHONE 66i.
Office Hours 6 a. m. to 10:30 a. ni.; 3 p. m. to 8 p. m.
I PEEL POST Pll
Many Who Mail Packages
Fail to Use Special Stamps
Required by Law.
ire-.J to Tho Tribune
OGDEN. Jan. 3. In pltc of the re
peated warnings Ismod Ify the United
S'atcs poital authorities regarding the
ft of ypcdal stampa on all fourth-class
rriMn sine the Inauguration of the
ar l pot syntom. score of packages
au b'.-rn received at the locnl postofflec
oi'irg the neat two days bearing the
ordinary pumage stamps, according to
S 'tant Postmaster Rnfus Cnnier. AH
v kages mailed In this manner are
tb'ietd from the nll and the ntamps
'hereon nru forfeited.
I:i n largo number of the canes the
pcieontt mailing tho packages were evi
dently not awjire tlmt the parcel jkjM
' egulutlomi eoi'or all fourtu-olaiw mattor,
f'r tliev affixed stamps sufficient to
o.ri the old and higher rate of otic
"lit ner ounce It Ih Iruo that there
1 .l rpi-'-lal rata for foui tti-clasa packager-
weighing four ounce or less, .but
t r parcel still remains In tho fourth
v - and must bear the distinctive
'While there has been a satIfactory
j '('! post buslneMi thtough the local
ofr f during Hit past two days. It ha
i required xi h Increase hi tho working
vV F. BangaiMcr. chief clerk of the
'iliv.iv mail service and havliiK Jurla
i t io)i over nearly nil railway post-?!-.
in Utah, ha been required to
omnlle a dailv report on the number ot
'oiirtTi-rlass parcels handled by hi
Icrkt. Complete reports have been ro
dvJ for Wednesday. January 1, and
- ow tliat 700 parcel were bundled. Ihla
rip I. lered a good showing in vlev or
i r fu'-l that W'ednrsjdav was a holiday1
a-., the -tcm -vvaa Inaugurated on that j
I SUCCESS PROMISED.
Ogden'R Pure Food and Utah Products
Exhibition Is Arouslnq Interest,
r ml to 'flic Tribune,
OGDEN. Jan. 3. With all of the spn"e
i ounteted for in the machinery depart
ing l and only six booths remaining un
claimed In the food section. Secretary
1 II Whltcombe of the. Ogden .1 oh bora
and Manufacturers association reports
il it preparations! for the annual puro
food and Utah piodiicla show in mis
v ti uurlng the wok of January 20--5
,rr progressing aatlnfut lorlly. rhe ex
' 'bit will be held In the Kline building
at Ti Twenty-fourth street.
Wording to Secretary Whtlcoinbe. a
I, mini' of Ogden manufacturers and
icMierrt who Inland having exhibits have
,iot et contracted for apace on the
owroom lloor. lie denlr-n that they
t-iUr action aa soon aa possible, as me
pai e cannot be withheld from Ltah
r,i,ir'ifu'lurers of other c.ltloa.
Vn.oi-K those linns which have coii
i aih'd space in the food department
ip to the present time are the BIak-...n-iirlflln
comjHiny. Utah Uiuiilng
unr.iny. I'mnclK II. I.et-'cltt company,
.-;ni.. Williams ii tidy company. Sland-
1 It'ittllnc company. Uncle Sam I-ood
.t.naitv, Koval IVikfnz I'owdcr com-j.n-,
ri.irdeir's x'oudeiiaej .llllt company,
iiiiln WhoIesJile Drug company, rico
, ! I"aper company. Superior lioro-i-i-J'-ii
company. .Ienen Crwmery i'0-
Mid the JJecker Dreeing & Malt
i, i co i.pany.
I DEATH CLAIMS PIONEER.
M s. Jane Vebb, Who Came to Utah
vVlth Handcart Band, Pawcs Awoy.
M r. i.il to The Tribune.
OtiDiSN". Jan. 5. Another of the hand
,ct p'oiiri of Utah panned away this
,or,ilng when ilm. Jane Webb, widow of
u ten Webb. dlcl at the family home
ri We t ciurt at 7 o'clock. She hud
km' failing In health alnce suffering a
,;rjltie atixko about five cain ago.
ivring hr long iUnewi fhc was cared for
cr daughter. Uhp KIlKubeth Webb.
"Mr- Webb wus born In Birmingham.
V.PKUi.d. April S. IS5o. being 7S year ot
' at the time of death. In liCO she
i;i"r to Amerlea and the same . r she
-o-t iho plains with her husband and
t vu f mall children with onii of the liand
irt -inpanlea. For live yeara the funs-
re'd""! In Salt lake City, then n-
tpiC to Slatervllle. She nuiided there
i p.l "I years auo. v hen th hujjbainl
i iej atid tho v.-hlow csimo to this city
" i -.
II '. Webb la survived by nine children.
"M v . I. Stone. CImrleH 11. Wchb and
M ' A. J. Hud man, all of Mritxham City;
i.:i7'.oHi. Albarl and lulgur Webb. Ira.
i ' .ire A. ltaH and Mr. Charlca Dalll
io .iJI of thla city. There in also one,
it- Mra. IJeu Clindwick. residing at
I mrral services will be held at the
' I;-t Congregational church on .Monday,
JaM.i.'ry c. at p. in. Interment in the
"-Jen City cemetery.
I COUPLE TWICE DIVORCED.
Rcmarrlane of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gale
Did Not Brlnn Permanent Peace.
. '"'.! to Tho Tribune.
U'rDKN. Jan. 3. Judse W. W.
?)aughun uf tho First dlatriet court pre
ihI at a brief wctalon of the Second
i't.I':t court in thl city today, snmt
t s a decreo of divorce to tho plaintiff
".f case of ISva it. Gale against
r, ,c J. Cal". This j the accond dl
r which ha been grantel lira,
'i'u'. Vr-hl J. Galo boing the defendant
i, I'Otll CiQ8.
A'fonllng to the uvMenrn Introduced
n ti - last cas. th Iiuaband failed to
. u id- for the family und la in tho
. iln of lMtuanduring his wagea. Thny
nuirrled for the tlrat time in 190i.
V 'rtt years later they were divorced
tn' 1S10 remarried. It was the vcr-
I of the court today that lira. Gale
custody of tho to minor children
''yit the husband contribute ?S0 per
on'V. tovvaid their support.
I Changes in Office.
" e -uil to The Tribune.
W.I'JHAM CITV. Jhjj. S. Njxt llonday
" 1 1 o'clock ioon the county administra
tis " df be turned over to tho officers
trd in November. Most of tho old
'fk rvh "ere re-elorted. Cornmiatdoncrb
l) M Adams and Hans S. Laracn. Rc
bilcan. will be succeeded by R E.
itv!tc of Thatcher and T. II. Klack
' irn of thLs city. Domoerata. These.
- if 'i John F, Conlcy. will compose the
-o :lsaton. The present county com-
I'-'dotiers wHI meet tomorrow in their
anal session and dispose of ail business
i up to January I. The nn" board will
"et llondny at noon. Tho only other
upg- will be In the assessor's office
Lore nro Pott will fill th vacancy caused
' the retirement of C. C. Toyn. Pott
served a deputy to Toyn tho past two
Wounded Boy May 1,170.
'-c :al to The Tribune.
OODEN. Jan. 3. A idight improvement
i- notc todav in the condition of
'Ict Ackarct. ti e u.v.ir-old bo v ho
was !.o np: d.vnzc, oun' mounded !
v's n'tV", Wl'Uaw Ka'-t . tail evnn
''g. Uliin It will ren.'.re another twen
t -fo-jr -f.s ti determine w it the
probable result mav bo. tho attendants
al the Bcrgcu hospital nro Inclined to believe-
that his chances for recovery eoem
more favorablo tlila evening. Mo Is auf
ferlng from a very dangerous wound, the
bullet having entered at the right tcm
il and passed out at the top of the
Allcgod Forger Held,
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEiV. Jan. . J. P.. Hlnkley. ar
rested on a charge of forgery, was given
a preliminary hearing before Judge W .
If. Reedcr In the municipal court tills
morning and held to the district court
under J500 bonds. Unable to furnish 3o
ourlty on the bond, he was remanded to
the custody of Sheriff IS. IS. Harrison and
is locked In a cell at tho county Jail.
It Is nllcgcd In the complaint that
lllnklev forged the name of Joseph
Southwlclj to a check for $8 and sub
mitted It to the Radicer Coal & Lumber
.company In payment of a bill. W. II.
Draney Is the complaining witness.
In Adjudged Insane.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDPJ.N", Jan. S. r.. .". Miles, a
resident of tho Hooper district, was
given a hearing before a board of med
Iral xn miners this afternoon and nd
Judscd Insnno, after which he was com
muted to th state mental hospital by
Judge J. A. Howell. The examining nhy
NlclatiH were Dra. R. S. Joyco and Fred
MIIcd. who iy -10 years of age and un
married, has been suffering from a weak
ened mental condition for several years
past, but lie has never become violent,
lie will be tnkeii to Provo tomorrow.
Siuafihcs Window With Rock.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDIS.N. Jan. ,!. "Tom" Keonan. who
has no particular place of residence, v.' as
refused a drink by the. bartender at the
Board of Trade aaloon. corner of Lin
coln avenue ami Twenty-fifth street,
this afternoon. A few minute: later,
when tho bartender was standing near
th' front -window, a rock came crashing
through tlie glass. The bartender was
not Injured, but the plate glass, valued
ut J50. was completely destroyed. Kee
imn was arrested by Palrolman Jero
ICcllihor and will answer to tho charge
of destroying property.
Special to Tho Tribune.
uGHN", .Ian. .'. As the reiult of ne
gotiations which were opened by tho
Weber club with tho officials of the Og
den Union Hallway Dopot company,
it Is now assured that tho extcnslvo Im
provements, which Include tho more effi
cient lighting of the union station park
and Twenty-fourth street viaduct, are to
be made in the near future. The railroad
oTflcluls have signified their Intention ot
doing their full share to aid in the work.
Wife Charges Desertion.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDKN', Jan. In a. complaint tiled in
the district court today, Louise C. Brown
ing brings suit for divorce from W. J.
Browning, They were married in Salt
IJike City on November ''J, IU0.", and on
November 1'.'!. 1 y 11. according to tho com
plaint, the husband abandoned his wife.
She. petitions the court for custody of one
minor child and ?00 per month alimony.
Fuucral of Mrs. Stevenson,
Special to The Tribune.
N IS Pll I, Jan. .".Mrs. Mary Ann Stev
enson, u0 years of age, who died after
an lllneKs of only thlrty-slx hours, will
be. burled Sunday. Mrs.' Stevenson had
just returned home from a visit whon
die was suddenly stricken with a kidney
complaint. She leaves a husband, Rob
ert Stevenson, and .even children. She
was the eldest daughter of "William Warner.
Companion:! Save Shimmer.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDE.V. Jan. O. Shaffer, an em
ployee of tho Ogden Hot Springs resort,
was brought to this city today suffer
ing from a scalp wound which he sus- I
taincd last night when. In diving into one
of tile tools. I.c struck his head against
the concrete bottom. Ho was rendered
unconsclou.n and would have drowned had
I companions not been In the pool at tho
time and rescued him.
Toome:s Funeral Held.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDISN. Jan. ft. Bishop Fred Barker
conducted funeral services for Edward
Tomne In the North Ogden .chapel at 2
o'clock today. The other speakers were
John Taylor. Mrs. I 'oily Josl. N. M. Rey
nolds and John Gibson. Tho ward choir
sang. Interment was In the North Ogden
A mean stuffy cold, -with hoarse
wheezy breathing is just tho kind that
runs into bronchitis or pneumonia.
Don't trifle, "with such serious condi
tions, but take Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound promptly. Quick and
beneficial results arc just what
you can expect from this
-rcat medicine. It soulhos and
heals the inflamed air passages.
It stops the hoarse radii in cough.
Schramm-.lohiujon. Drugs, "the never
aubatitutora, " five (o) ;jood stores.
Cheyenne, January 9-11.
Excursions via Orojzon Short Line,
January G, 7 aud S. from Salt Lake.
Cheyenne and return $20..)0
Denver and return $22.50
Limit, January 20. City ticket office,
Hotel Utah. (Advertisement.)
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for the district of Utah.
In the mntter of George Coratkoe, vol.
bankrupt. In bankruptcy No. luio.
To the creditors of George Coraikos of
Salt Lake City. In the county of Salt
Ijikc. and district aforesaid, n bank
rupt: Notice la hereby given that on the 3rd
day of January. 1913. 11m j-ald George
Cor.nkos was duly adjudicated Iwnkrupt;
and that tho first meeting of his creel
itorn will be held at my office n tho
Continental block. Salt lnko City. Utah,
on the Mlh day of January, 131". at 10
o'clock In tho forenoon, at which time
tho aald creditors may attend, prove
their claims, appoint a trustee, examine
the bankrupt, and transact such other
buNlncris as may properly come before
Referee In Bankruptcy.
Salt Lake City. Jan. 3. 1013. n2Gl
'suit. 530.00: your material and silk lin
ing, IIP 00. Perfcrt fit. Repairing, re
modeling, JCuckcr Sc ISvdashiu. 250 State.
Wosalob-, 6313. m3t7G
DURING MONTH OF JANUARY. WILL
make aubstantlnl reduction on all coats
and suits. Spring styles now in. Bron
mlller. ladies' tailor. C5 East 4th South.
DAWSON & MEIER. FINE TAJLORINO:
alterations a specialty. 133 w. 2nd
moved to Judge building. Telephone
Wasatch 5S1. nSo
MONUMENTS. TOMBSTONES !
McKcnsIc. Display yards. 4i3 So. State.
SMITH At the family residence. 1156
Downingtou avenue, January 3, 101".
Job Smith, aged S-l years, a native of
England, and a resident of this city slnco
1$4S. Announcement of funeral will ap
TltAYFR In this? city. January 3, 1113,
W. M. Thajcr. aged 55 years. Uo
mnlns were prepared by ISber W.Ilall
and shipped to his old home, KHbuni
City. Wis., for Interment.
NORRELI, -Funeral sen-lees over the
body of William O. Norrell. Who died In
this city .lanuarv ". U'13. will be held
from O'DonnclI Co.'s chapel, 1!2." and
227 South West Temple stroet. today
fSuturday) at J2:;iU j). m. Interment In
ML olivet cemetery.
JENSF.N At 2I."7 South Seventh East
street, January 2. IMS, Ant lion S'now
Jensen. Infant son of Mr. and .Mrs. John
Jensen, aged ." months. Funeral services
will be held at the above-mentioned resi
dence Saturday, January j. beginning at
1 o'clock. Friends are Invited. Inter
ment will be In the City cemetery.
CAIN At the residence. POi South Rice
atrcct, January .1. J0I3. James A. Cain,
aged 52 years, a native of Scotland. Fu
neral services will be held at fhe Third
ward ('Impel Monday. January 0, begin
ning at 2 o'clock. Friends arc invited.
Interment will be In the City cemetery.
CARLSON At Ophlr. Tooele county.
Utah, January 2. 1913. of pneumonia.
Carl J. CVitlson, a miner by trade, born
March 7. IS61', In Swedoii. Funeral ser
vices Sunday, January 5, at 2 o'clock,
from the Mixtion chapel of Fndcrlnkar
Joseph W. Taylor., 2t South Wont Tem
ple street. Suit Lake Clly. Frlenda arc
Invited to attend. Interment will he In
the Cilv cemetery.
Pl'TTKRSLSN Al U25 Euclid avenue. Jan
uary o, 191:;. of pneumonia. Ervlng, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Peterson,
aged ii weeks. Funeral .services today
(Saturday) at 2 o'clock. Interment will
be In the City cemetery.
CALLACIIER - The funeral wvIucm over
the bod of Die lalu William IS. Gallaehor.
aged fio -.ears, will bo held Suudav. Jan
uary fr. at II: If. a. m. sharn from tho
Sugar House word chapel. Friends are
Invited to attend and can call at the
family residence ui tho day of funeral
from S a. in. to 10:SO a. m. interment
will be In the city cemetery.
WILSON - The funeral of Myrtle A. Wil
son, aged -o years, daughter of George
L. Laiuhournc. with her Infant son. will
be held at the residence, 110 North Sec
ond West street, at 3 p. .ni. lodav (Sat
urdav). January I, 1013. Interment, City
JC. G. O'DONKELL. UNDERTAKER
and einbalnicr, baa moved to now loca
tion. L'2R-227 South West Temple ttreeL
P.ealty bldg. Phone 5S0. o3300
EBER W. II ALL, UNDERTAKER AND
-mbaltncr, 1GI So. West Temple. Phone
LARKIN-HULL UNDERTAKING COM
pany: modern chapel parlors. 255 So.
2nd Ea3t. Wasatch 5132. Open day and
night. . ml302
ot. Phono IOC. Cut flowers and fu
neral deslgnu. nl032
THE DEAIUNG Fl-ORIST. W. W. KING.
211 E. 2nd So. Phone 37. b297
lodgo No. 2. F. and A. M.. will hold a
special meeting lodav f Friday) at 1:30
o clock p. m.. for the purpose, of conduct
ing tho funeral services of our late broth
er, Joseph P. Welch.
GEKA LU R. YEARSLEY. Secy.
EL KALAII TEM1JLE. A. A- O. N. M. S.
Regular sessions held at Masonic
temple, corner Second East and First
South, the third Wednesday In cucb
month. Sojourning nobles Invited to at
tend. C. H- Fischer, 111. Potentate: J.
,M Marriott. III. Recorder.
LYND3 CHAPTER NO.
R 1. Order of Eastern Star
iMirr Masonic tcmplo. Stated
SZiiy mceUns3 flraL Friday
ivvft rucI' month. Visiting
members will receive a
r ' aiAUD C. STEVENS.
W. M.: NELLIE T.
V y, MIZPA1I CHAPTER NO.
o. Order Eastern Star
Jfff Stated mcetlnga first
wt' Monday of each month.
'"-yMijjyL Mauonlc temple, corner
rrl Second East and First
W 1 South. Visiting members
V eordlallv Invited.
MINNIE M. GANE. W. M.
LOUISA STEWARD, Secretary.
IT ELECTA CHAPTER NO.
Ki.- 8. Order Eastern Star.
JKV'9! Staled meetings third
tXCK Tuesday of each month.
t!S23. Masonic temple, corner
l)r4 Second East and First
W ' South. Visiting members
w cordially invited.
JENNIE M. MURFITT. W. M.
LI DA F. WISE. Secretary.
Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
JORDAN LODGE NO. 3. I. O. O. F
Meets every Monday night at T. O.
O. F. temple. Visitors Invited. C. Cam
eron. N. G i A. L. Weaver, V. G. : W. T.
Hopkins, secretary. aH37
NAOMI REBEKAH LODGE KO. 1
Meets evory second and fourth Satur
day evenings of each month at Odd Fol
lows temple. Market t. n3552
MTRIAM REBEKAH LODGE MEETS
first and third Saturday evenings of
each month at T. O. O. F. temple. o2175
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3
Every Thursday cve.n'ng. K. of P. hall.
1R1 2nd East. Harold Holmes, C. C; S.
N. Randolph. K. of R. and S.
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 23. K. OF P.
Meets every Saturday evening at 3
o'clock in K. of P. hall. 123 E. 3rd South:
entranco Linden hotel-L. C. Shaw. Jr.,
C. C: A. O. Garrett. IC. of R. and S.
ROYAL ARCANUM. SALT LAKE
council No. 1517. Second and fourth
Wednesdays. K. of P hall, 123 East 3rd
South atrect. Waller E. Jones, regent:
E. L. Jones, secretary.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE OF THE
"World Salt Lnko City lodge No. 250.
meets In tho Mooso clubroomi", 222 South
West Tcmplo street, Thursday nights.
GEO. A. WHITAKER. Dictator.
S. R. WELSH, Secretary.
GREAT SALT LAKE CAMP NO. 10071
M. W. A. Meets every Mondav night
at 8 o'clock In tho Odd Fellows temple.
P. O. place, visiting members cordially
FORESTERS OF AMERICA MEET
first and third Tuesdays each month
at Eagles hall. H. A. Welling. P. S.
EXCELSIOR CAMP NO. 10S32, MODERN
Woodmen, meets Tuesday evening In
M. W. A. ball. 161 Main sL Visiting
neighbors welcome. C. D. Smith, V. c,;
JItn II. Rothwcll. clerk.
UTAH CAMP NO ME. V. O. V.
Wedneaday evening. F. O. R hall. 153
S. W. Temple. Visiting neighbors wel
come. Jeral II. Collins. Consul; E. W.
C. E. OSTERLOH. AUCriONtTSIr'rTET
dencr, 624 So. Main. Wasatch 2S2I-V.
c. i. srcBEfi mTskeh furniture
nuctton a. specialty; consult ins befors
felling. HyUnd 1317, h.:t3
Stovk- asTi7;c1 pattIrnToK
12,C0 difrcrrnt utjei, g-jncral 'oun- ,
dry work. Western l"ordry 8tov
Repair WrlJs Wasatch 4474 k:,"ti
"GINGER TALKS" BEING BUSY
By DE FOREST PORTER.
BEIXU J3UY A BLESSING.
There's nlways clangor in being mioceupicd, Tor idle hands and inactive minds are
easily led into evil.
'Stop the machinery in the great industrial plant and rust and mold set in at onec.
The mind must be at work to be active and acute. There must be striving, hope.
. work ATTAINMENT to keep the faculties keyed to the point oi' EFFJCLENCY.
RETKGOKESSION BEGINS TILE MOMENT MOTION STOPS.
"Blessed is the man who has found his work." THTUCE BLESSED is ho who enters
into it with the joy of doing the love of labor jtnd the appreciation of his ABILITY TO
AYc learn by doing skill comes with experience and those who train their abilities
and faculties the best become the EXPERTS.
Development is most rapid for those who KNOW. WORK THE MOST 1 N'rrM A.T.ELY.
Labor is sure of its .just reward.
THERE'S NO SHORT CUT TO ATTA INMEXT it comes through consistent. cl'ort
j -ihe pace musl be maintained the full route traveled.
Side step idleness eschew that which does not add to the measure of abilty and keep
: always in. mind the RLESSTNGS OH1 BEING BUSY.
Don't be idle. The Tribune points to a thousand positions every' day.
! Watch The Tribune want columns daily many arc thanking The Tribune lor the
positions they arc enjoying. .'
Try a want it will put you in touch with the kind of work you like.
EXCHANGE 264 "WANT ADS PAY" EXCHANGE 264 !
WILL SHIP CAR II. I t. GOODS TO LOS
Angrles and on to Chicago aud ono to
Portland, aud one to Florida next ten
days: very reasonable rates. Kimball Van
.t Storage Co., 72 So. Main. n2S0S
WESTERN .It "NIC &
Metal company. Highest, prices paid for
copper, brass, rubber, bottles, etc. I'hom.
Was. 23IC. 10 1 1 So. Stato st. m'JOJU
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS WANT
cd: will pay you first-class prices. IT.
c. Fisher & Co., 1G5 So. W. Temple. "Wa
satch .1171. e2f,3
LIST YOUR SECOND-HAND A.UTOMO
blle with ua. Wo have customers for
all kinds and sizes. Fowler, 53-53 So.
W. T. g33G2
UTAH JUNK CO.. HIGHEST PRICE
paid for Iron, brase. rags, bottles, rub
ber, copper, etc. S10 So. 4th Wont. Phono
Wasatch 220. nilS73
A FEW UNCLAIMED TAJ LOB-MADE
suits and ovcrcoatr, at a bargain.
Spielberg Tailoring Co., 67 "W. 2nd So.
TO DO YOUR UPHOLSTERING AND
mattress remaking. Utah Budding &
Mfg. Co. Phono 3S3. b2r2
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND
hand furniture, carpels, stoves, trunktv
and valises. Wasatch 800. g337S
YOUR OLD CLOTHING; WILL CALL.
Salvation Army. Phone. 12101
'ALL KINDS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
w;tii ted. Tel. Was. 3625. klOSi
ALL UNION MEN TO WEAR OUR 52 1
and .S3 UNION-MADE hats. "Hats of
; Merit." Merit Hat Co.. 31-S3 E. 2nd So.!
HIGHEST' PRICES PAID FOR SECOND
hund furniture, carpets, cook stoves,
ranges, trunks. Was. S06. m22HS
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN FOR A
dramatic company touring Idaho and
Utah: long engagement. Address 359
Kensington ave.. Salt Luko City. m22GS
CATTLE. ANY KIND. YOUNG AND FAT
calves, poult 7 keen two Jorsev hullb
for service. Cows fetched, riionu ITyland
2374-.T. Rear 1415 S. Main. m3H0
FREE TO OUR PATRONS. 1
A nice calendar and a patent match
safe. Call and get them.
MONARCH SHOE REPAIRING CO.,
21 E. Second South. Wasatch :;5R3.
Wanted to Buy.
once a li or IJ-yard orange peel or
clam shell bucket. Address Jas. A.
Green & Co.. American Falls, Tda.
from greenhouse. Porter-Walton Co..
27', State. m37Sl
Suits and overcoats from $15 up.
Iced. Harmony Millinery. 558 S. State
W. 5018. k2722
GROCERY SPECIAL. '
CRANBERRIES. LB.. 5c; 2 DOZ. GOOD
eggs. 15c; 5a lard. 75c: 10s, $1.15; 4
nkgs. cereal coffee. 25c: good broom, 20-;
2 cutis Hume's salmon. 35c: best soft
shell walnuts, lb.. 20c; 2 pkgs. grapo
nut?. 25c: 1 lbs. dates. 25c. Ii lbs. Jona
than apples. 25c; good oranges, do.. 15c:
4 lbs. sweet potatoes, 15c: kraut, lb.. 3c;
split peas. lb.. 5c: good mixed nuts. lb..
15c; cans strawberrv Jam. 25c; 2 nktrs.
Carnation Wheat or Oat Flakes for 45c;
be$t creamerv butter, 35c: 2 lbs. eastern
cheese. 45c, good cocoa, lb., 25e: 3 large
cans milk, 25c: Cream of Wheat. 15c:
2 nkgs. Corn Flake.". 15c: catsup, bottle.
5e: High Patent flour. 31.05: Straight
Grade flour, SI. 00: germadc. sack. 30c;
12 bars soup. 25c; tall can salmon. 10c:
3 pkgs. nilfclns, 25c: 2 caUH corn. 15r: 4
lbs. dried prune. 23c: 10 lbs. sugar.
31.00: new mince meat. lb.. 10c: bologna,
lb.. 10c: pineapple, can, 10c: Linton's
Yellow Label tea. lb.. iIOc: 2 pkgs. cream
erv butter, rt5c; 2 pkgs. mince meat. 15c;
citron and lemon peel, 20c. 3 lbs. Sultana
raisins. 25c. Chicago Store. 11C W. Flr-t
KeTXy THE COOK, 'AND MRS.
Rlanchc Woodall havo opened the Owl
cafe. M7 S. W. T. Patronage, kindly so
plant. Printing. Binding. Office Sup
plies and Furniture. Lgal Blanks. CB
j W. 2nd So Exchange 20" 1:125
PICTURES AND WALLPAPER
orating. Geors W. Kburt & Co., 41
Main st. 1:2713
work: experienced mm; prtces right.
Office, Duval's paper itoro- d3170
key fittino lock work, bi-
I t.clo Supply Ce llionc Bud C-3. o76l
Wanted Male Help.
WANTED AN ALL-ROUND PRINT-i
or for country newspaper and Job of
fice. Must be a huylW n-tid able to turn
out the work. No booseni neivl apply.
A permanent place, for the right man.
u rite, giving particular and salary
wanted, to Newspaper. Ron- 101. Cedar
City. Utah. nll2
DANCE LEARN TO DANCE. WALTZ.
two-slcp. throe-step, taught In four
lessons;. OS Poutoffiuo place. boL Main
and West Temple. Dancing Tuesday,
ihursday and Saturdny nlgbta. Mr. and
Mrs. Woodward, instructors. Lessons
MEN, WOMEN, GET GOVERNMENT
Jobs. $20 week. Write immediately for
list of positions open. Franklin Institute.
Dept. 4U W.. Rochester. N. Y. k t S S7
STROCK'K EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Hotel, restaurant and household help.
Headquarters for laborers.
55 West 2nd S'outh. Phone 164.
SHEPPARD'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
"The Red Front." 112 Wost 2nd South.
Ilcudnuarlcrs railroad and mining help
Wasatch 3534. ol543
PERSONAL ATTENTION AND THOR
oughness characterize Utah Business
College training. Day and night. Rcgln
now. Boston building. si 537
FIFTY YOUNG MEN WITH BICYCLES;
gnod' wages; steady employment; chance
to learn telegraphy. W. U. Tel. Co.
JAPANESE GENERAL AGENCY.
Help of all kinds furnished. Phono Wa
catch l;;ll. 250 West 1st South. f340I
MEN'S UNCALLED-FUR TAILOR
madc suits and overcoats at a sacri
fice. Spielberg Tailoring Co.. 57 W. Sec
ond South. kISOt
MEN WANTED TO WEAR OUR
trusses; lit guaranteed. Rex Drug Co..
W. Temple and IJroadway. , h327U
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. BASE
mcnt First Congregational church. Wo
get you a position free of charge. Tele
phone Wusatcn 3S22. t3C5
who is also a good printer. Apply
XYZ, Tribune. ml732
TWO MEN FOR AUTO DRIVING AND
repairing; experience unncccsaary- Call
73 Poslofflce place. m2114
WANTED 25 SOLICITORS FOR SPE
clal work. Best proposition ever made
to public and mronL Pay every day. Call
if you can deliver tho gooda. 312 Con
st Uu Hon bldg.. 9 to 11 a m. m293G
SEX MEN. WELL PRESSED. HONEST.
energetic nnd trustworthy. S a. m.
sharp. Mr. Poelman. 31 1 McCornick bide.
THIS. IS ENROLLMENT WEEKJ AT
Henagcr's Business college. Call today
and make arrangements for your course.
APLE-'tOriTED MEN WANTED FOP.
the T". S. marine corps, between the
ages of !0 and 35: must bo native horn
or havo first papers; monthly pav $15 to
J00: additional compensation possible:
food, clothing, quarters and medical
attendance free; after 30 years' service
can retire with 75 per cent of pay and
allowances: service on board ship and
ashore in rll parls of the world. Anplv
at U. S. Marin" Corp Recruiting Office.
16S Main st.. Salt Lake Cltv. Utah. n3
FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN FOR ROAD
and city: also good solicitors. Steady
work; good propositions. Specialty Mftr.
Co.. root". 131 Mercantile block. Apniv
after 10:30. . nl04
YOUNG MAN FOR STENOGRAPHER
and general office work; state age. pre
vious cmplovmenl. reffrcpm and wn
expected. Address B-3S. Tribune. nlS2
WANTjED FOR U. S. ARMY. A RLE
bod I cT) unmarried men. between acres of
18 and 35: citizens of United Stales, of
gnd character nnd temperate habits,
who can speak. r:id and wrlto English
language. For Information nnnlv to re
cruiting officer. Walker Rank bldg..
vnln and 2nd So. sts.. Sell Lake Clfw
;SALES.MVN FOR LARGE SALT LAKE
candv hourc: young man: must havo
ilind road rxperlrncn: state age, amount
I of p-xnerjenc". r-'iono'O' bon'o addras:
lalsw give' local references. P. O. box ltn4.
I BOOKKEEPER AND STENOGRAPHER:
I mmt have A-l reference. V. L.
t"Vr'elherbee Co.. 13S and ISO Weal 1t
BARBER SHOP PORTER. APPLY
Lincoln house. n'.'CO
COMPETENT STENOGRAPf IEP. FOR
innehinor' house In city, $70; Reming
ton Typewriter Co. n2C3
LEARN TO DANCE AT THE ACAD
omy of Pi peine. 2CI So. MIn. Admis
sion to publ'c claw fre. o'shom everv
nleht from S m. PrivntA infruotinn
daily. Prof. .Maatura, assistcl by la-'w
7anted Situation Male.
to breomc connected with Salt Lake
enterprise; cap install mall order s vat cm
In Hny line of business. Would Ilko to
secure an interview with anv ono Inter
tt5. Address A -31. Tribune- mlS73
KITCHEN AND FURNACE MAN
wants Trork. War no object for goo-'
place. A-25, Tribune. m2033
SITUATION AS NIGHT CLERK OR
Janitor. Address A-20. Tribune. m!775
JAPANESE BOY WANTS POSITION
as cook or housework Addrens B-32,
ALL-AROUND DAIRYIAN. CREAM
it and butte- rr.l -r, 10 -urs' rxpnrl
"n"e go nnj where V.' R S'O W 7fh Ho
Wanted Female Help. .
GIRLS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS'. AP
PLY READY FOR WORK AT S A. M.
AND J P. M. DAILY. TROY LAUNDRY.
121 SOUIL GTII EAST.
SUCCESS INSURANCE UTAH Busi
ness college preparation for business
life. Start a course now. Boston bldg..
day or night. ulnliS
BARCLEY CORSETS ARE LIKE OLD
friends; llicy Avear well; made to meas
urements; guaranteed to fit, not to break
or rust. Wasatch 30D1-W. Competent
business women wauled to lake agencies
In Utah towns. 40 Woodruff Apt. a3IUl
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. BASE
ment First Congregatlonul church: wo
get you a position freo of charge. Tele
phone 5S22. t2775
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN FOR CEN
ernl housework. Phone Wasatch 3a lS-M.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housoAvork, fhreo In family: rcfcronccs.
Phono Wasatch 4147. m2711
WOMAN COOK AND THREE WA1T
res.ses. Apply Bait Lako Cooks asao
clatlon, 222 So. W. Temple, room 233.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housoAvork. 80 C at. m2SI3
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; family of Iavo. Call morn
ings, 502 East 1st So. "103
EXPERIENCED GTJJL FOR GENEIL.L
housework: 57 per week. Inquire 370
North 1st West. m320S
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housoAvork; references required. m3222
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK:
no washing. 70S 2nd ave. m34S5
WANTED A GOOD COOK; INQUTRE
1103 3rd ave. ni3113
WANTED A GOOD COOK FOR SMALL
famllv; apniv nt 1G0 Thlrteenlh Easl.
Mrs. W. P. Klsr. m341S
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOl'SEWOP.K.
must sleep home, apply 23 Canning i
WANTED GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL I
housoworlc; no washing. 4 Perry apts..
215 3rd avenue. m37U2
FOUR DEMONSTRATORS WORK IN
nnd out of town: steady work, J2 per
day. 131 Mercantile Mock. m370G
CALL TODAY AT 71 EN ACER'S Busi
ness college. This In enrollment week
and now is a good time to start. n45
WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GEN
oral housework; twn in famllv; no
waehii".". references required. 627 2nd
ave. Wasatch 5S2L nlS
GOOD COOK IN FAMILY OF FOUR
adults; reference.". Phono Wasatch
4 103-J. t nlC
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
must sleep homo nighta. Apply apt.s
E, Sampson. apts.. 3r2 E. and 3rd So.
FIRST-CLASS GIRL FOR COOKING
and general housework; no laundrv.
Wasatch 14 1C. 1 ICG ICaat So. Temple."
WANTED--IN FAMILY OF 3. COMPE
tent girl to do housework: no wash I tier.
259 So. 3rd East. Phono Wasatch
W V NTED WOMA N FOR GENERAL
Iiousework. 341 So. Slate. nlOO
WANTED 3 ALL ROUND LAUNDRY
girls; trood wage. Apply ready for
work. Murray laundry. nlS4
LADY BOOKKEEPER AND CASHIER
of experlenco; tvplst Avlth bllllmr ex
perience given proforence: Remington
operator; position permanent; stato age.
experience, references and salary ex
pected: surety bind reoulrod; all appli
cation" treated in confidence. Address
1V.1. Tribune. nlGl
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK:
small family; good AA'ago.H. Apply 27
C st. nlC5
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
21C C street. Taylor apt.. No. 1. n2i7
LADY SOLICITOR TO SELL AND
demonstrate a new proposition: nil
staple goods. Apply room S Houston
COMPETENT WOMA N. CLEANING
and laundry. Wasatch 259 l-M. n275
BRIGHT YOUNG LADY. GOOD A P
pcuranc. for stenographic position .In
city; S55 to mart. C-4. Tribune. n270
WOMAN TO WASH AND IRON. 533 E.
South Temple. n2S0
Wanted Situation Female.
THOROUGHLY COMPETENT WOMAN
wiiiils pofdtlon hk houflokecpor; prefer
wldoAver with small family. Addrcs C-3.
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN WISHES PO
rtltlon a bonekDcr or nurse. Ad
drofci B-30. Tribune. d253
For Rent Garage
etc., fully cquippod and tho best loca
tion In tho city; Stato atroct bet. 2nd
and 8rd South, formerly occupied by tho
Randall-Dodd Co. Apply G. S. IJoimes,
office SoTdoh hotel. .'1304
TEIBU.VB WANT ADS PULL
djdl terrace, ith and th So., off r
I'"OUR ROOMS: GAS ,.M
aU.; U7. 2GS So. 7th Eut St
a. s Tcmplo. j9v
THREE NICE Fu'rN H0Csii
lug rooms; mod.- sr. irn -Sr
Wasatch GUP-.T ' 4b0
heat, gas. t,37 So. 5th Eaat. ?
ONI'. OR TWO MODERN, Fl'iTvP'
housekeeping rooms, cip s"Wl
MOD. II-ROOM APT FURff
completely; bath, pantn ein9!,
16f, W. Mi South. ,a,ur' c,oaJ;
3 CLEAN ROOMS. GA.S;'vl5S'fn
wav. Call Mahan, 273 s v
WnsutiMi IK. 7jm
ONE OR TWO ROOMp'lB
fg"t rcnaoimble. t,5 y, 2nd NJW
FURNISHED, 2 CLEAN MOD 111
keeping rooms, close In, cheap,
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR L iW
two rooms. JS. 630 So. 5th yv
TWO NICELY FURNISnED!Fr4
rooms for light hounrltoepliig ciS.
local location; very reasonable. W
North Stato street.
FOUR NICELY FfRNISI TLD A
housekeeping i-oomu and aMf
oorch. modern. Was. 1S2S M S
2nd East. ' m'
SUITE OF HOUSEKEEPING 'iM
on ground lloor. Ij e. 7lh Sol
TWO NICE, CLEAN. STRICTLYm
rooms; Avater; close In. War.
FURNISHED ROOMS l-O R uM
keeping: ground Uoor. L15 WaS
LIGHT IIOUSEKr.EPING R003JM
12. So. Temple. 1
For Rent Stores and Offll
pomcst to bo had In tho rotali dul
State between 2nd and 3rd Southlj
fcquaro feet of floor spaco; approxhjl
3000 squaro feet bauomcnt In odfl
Will divide space to nult tenant. lJ
Apply G. S. Holmes. Scmloh M
FOR RENT OR LEASE. 1
Old homo of Broedcn Orfleo Suppljl
00 "W. Second Soutli. il
22iSO basement. frl
224x155 first floor. M
22bx15G second door. K
22ixS0 third lloor.
Will remodel building to suit tciii
See us at once. Tt
ASIITON-JENK INS C'OSIPANl
47 Main Street. "j
FOR RENT VERY DESIRABLE Vjj
houso on O. S. L. switch; doublo,
ment and 2-story brick, electric 1
tor, floor scales, heating plant and,"!
In offices, centrally located ront
ren.onabIc. Phono Exchango 324 j
land S0G. 5"
FOR RENT STOREROOMS 1(
sizes; all prices, low lontals: 8ta'
2nd South st. Pay you to Invesl
Apply G. S. Holmes. Scmloh hotol..!
TWO STOREROOMS. CORNER 2t
and 2nd South. Apply EemlohS
TWO LARGE STOREROOMS,
So Stale. Apply G S. Holmes)?
loh hotel. l
OFFICE ROOMS. TRIBT'NE BUIL1
Inquire F. J. Westcott, 200S il
STORE FOR RENT. SUITABLE''
garnsro or wholesale or retail. 11
2nd South. Jr
DESK ROOM FOR RENT. A PPL'
Kcarns bldg. Phono ID25.
STORES AT REASONAHLE R
I'RITSCH. 202 FT-3LT BLDG. Jj
GOOD STOREROOM AT 100 EAST
South. Apply G. S. Holmes,
GOOD BUILDING IN GOOD LOCA!
for restaurant or bakcr'r rnt r
ab!e. Inquire box 194. Rlcby, Ida
1 STORES. 351-353 W. TEMPLtfSJ
bo used seoaratel,' or loecthcr.51
ciieap. W. J. Dnolov. 75 P. O. p
STORES FOR RENT. S:.l-553 ?Oi
Temple. Inquire W. J Dooley. 75'J
Wanted to Rent-Garafi
MA Rill EDVoUPLR Fl TlNIS
liousekeenlng roomi in modern!
rot exceeding 510. Address B-Wil
Farms for Rent, 1
FARM OF 110 ACRES CLOSE TOlS
T,ako CltA. Good improvement
rood wafer'risht. Will leane on al
Applicant must furn'"'' two tcaml
eI. Address B-32. Tribune g
For Pvfint Hotels f,
room, fireproof, modern hotel: noil
Avltb privaio bath;-: central Iocstioa
drevs P. O. box 145.
Furniture Moving. $
furniture safes, otc. Al rie
Tavtr Co. jjj
' LOST AND FOUND $
LOST LADY'S NECKLACE ANDJ
dant. purole stone- RcAvard. notu
FACTORY GIRL LOST MOM
wage, rrccn purse, shopping
or Wandamoro car. MJsJ Bo-d.
nld Chocolato Co. ?5 reward.
LOST-BLACK MUFF AT fl
club. Return to Mooso club. "JJj
FEMALE SCOTCH COLLIE PUP-l
turn 100 2nd ave. Reward. fj
LOST MINK SCAUP 'JuVrJj
aiul Main. Ruturn to Louvreii
Suitable reward. 2.
LOST-A BROOCH y'l'p S
center fet with P?arlf. Finder rj
to Semloh. Reward.
LOST-BROWN FLU cKKlV
North 2nd West. P one Was-l
Rewwid. r 2
LOST - DIAMOND "JOCU
shout Z ii-l:5 , at
Dec. si. Firaiei P?cae rVlf "s
ho ward- -r
DlTRoliErrr w. "ZffS
AND ORAL PROPllYL'Wa
KCARNS BLDG, M