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H 12 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, '1913.
I I OGDEN DEPARTMENT
OPPIOE 2562 WASHINGTON AVENUE. PHONE 664.
Office Hours 6 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.; V p. in, to 8tfp. in.
I. TWO WOMEN ESCAPE
Slide Down Rope From Sec
ond Story During' Storm;
Are Still at Liberty.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, .Ian. 10. Sliding down a rope
nhicli they hud suspended from a sec
ond story" window :it police headquarters,
Olabcl Wlleon .and Mr:?. Mary McGlll. the
only prisoners confined In the women's
department of tho city jail, made their
escape at an enrly hour this morning and
'have not been recaptured.
Ah nearly as can be ascertained by
-Desk Sergeant Charles E. Johnson, who
'was on duly at the time, the escape was
Smado about 12:30 o'clock this morn Ins.
When Detective Robert Biirk and Patrol
Driver L. Brown lefr. tho police head
Irjuarters a half hour later their attention
-was attracted by a. ropo dangling from
. window directly over tho main en
tranco to the building. An investigation
on the second floor brought tho discovery
'that the two women had escaped.
Chief of Polkv W. I. Norton has prom
ised an investigation of tho whole af
"fair. Jailor Hagbart Anderson declares
"that the cell tank In lhA women's de
1 partment was locked when he made his
Toundc at 11 o'clock last nfht, after
'which he turned Inn Keys over to Desk
Serjeant Johnson. There Is a possibility.
1 'however, according to Chief Norton, that
1 -the door loading to tho corridor had not
been locked, aif it is left open during the
Tho. rope bv which ibe women escaped
had been used in keeping the crowd
hack from tho platform during the last
islt of President Tafl to this city. It
had born stored on top of the cells oo
cupied 'bv tho prisoners. Tho escape was
made during tho heavy snowstorm and
-the tracks of the prisoners were quickly
j Tho Wilson woman, sentenced to
'twenty-five days on a charge of va-.
prrancy, liad but four more days to serve,
jfer companion, who Is believed to have
engineered the escape, was serving 120
davs on the same charge. Tt was less
than tw0 wcelcs ago thai Mrs. McGilrs
husband. John McGill. escaped from
V Guard Thomas Lever. Ho has not been
Chief Norton said today that he was
determined to fix tho responsibility in the
case, not because he was particularly
j dealrlous of holding the women who
escaped, but because tho samo thing
might occur with prisoners charged with
BS far moro serious offenses.
I CREDITABLE SHOWING.
Weber County Downs Indebtedness and
Does Much Road Building.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Jan. 10. A net gain in the
finances of $14,337.72 and marked prog
ress In the mutter of road building and
other Improvements arc shown in a re
port which has been compiled since the
retirement of County Commissioners O.
15. Madson and Frank Moore. The state
ment covers the six-year period from
190G, Mersrs. Madson and Moore having
been two of the three commissioners in
office slnoo that time.
In the matter of road building, fifteen
miles of the present twenty miles of ma
cadamized road were built during the
six years mentioned, also forty miles of
county road are being sprinkled during
the summer season. During the six years
tho bonded Indebtedness of Weber county
ha been reduced from ?120,000 to $02,000
and, in spite of the fact that moro money
lias been expended In improvements, the
treasury on December .11, 1012. contained
S2G.000 as compared lo $22,000 on the
same day of 1906. Weber county in de
clared to he in tho best financial condi
tion of any county in the state.
IB ' SAYS WIFE IS CRUEL,
Husband Flics Answer When Spouse
fl Seeks Divorce.
I Spec.al to The Tribune,
fl OGDEN", Jan. 10. James Hawkins, dc-
fl fondant in a divorce action instituted -by
B Frances Hawkins, llled an answer and
fl counter-claim In the district court today,
fl alleging that he Is entitled to a decree
fl on the grounds of cruelty. He rcpre-
B sents that his wife s cruelty has cx-
B tended over a period of twelve years and
fl that at one time, in 290S. she struck him
B over the head with a bucket. In her
B complaint, the wife charged failure to
I MANY -SECURE SPACE.
Utah Products and Pure Food Exhibit
Should Be a Success.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Jan. 10. Secretary F. IT.
Whltcombe of the Ogden Jobbers aud
Manufacturers association says that with
the exception of three -booths, every foot
of space on both floors of the Utah prod
ucts and pure food show building lias
noeii taken for the week of the exhibit,
January 20-25. This show has been I
planned as one of the featuros of con
vention week In this city.
Of tho Arms which have contracted for
spaco In tho building, nine are Ogdcn
concerns and the remainder aro Utah
or eastern companies. Secretary Whll
combo has not compluted the programme
of entertainment, but states that thero
will bo music every day, and Governor
William Spry hau promised to be pres
ont aind deliver an address, probably on
Thursday, January 23.
Boy Admits Thoft.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 10. Leo Doxoy, arraigned
before Judge W. H. Rocdcr this morning
on a charge of pollt larceny, admitted
that ho took a suit of clothes from tho
show window of tho Boston storo In tho
burned Parry building, but It was not
until after he saw others making selec
tions and carrying away goods which had
escaped the flames. Doxey, who is IS
years of age, could not furnish tho police
with lh names of Uiopo who took cloth
ing from the ruins. Jndgo Recdcr took
his case under advisement until tomorrow
Divorce Court Grind.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Jan. 10. Judge ' A. Ho well
disposed of the following dlvorco matters
today: Final decree to Josephine Craig
In her suit against Harry . Craig: llnal
decree to Robert L. Edwards In his suit
ugalnst Hester Edwards, I ho interlocu
tory decree having been granted July 8,
1012; Interlocutory decree to Nellie Rodlg
keit from William Rodlgkclt. The latter
couple was married at Salt Luke on Janu
ary 2G, 1903. Failure to provide Is charged
by the wife.
Reports ou Publicity.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 10. Secretary 1. L. .Rey
nolds of tho Weber club and Manager O.
J. Stilwell of the Ogden publicity bureau
have completed their annual reports,
which will be passed upon ni. the. annual
meeting of the Weber club members on
Monduy evening. January 13. New of
ficers and director-; of the olub will be.
elected at that time. Manager Stllwoll
says that his report, will show tho pub
licity bureau lo be in a prosperous con
dition and thut much work has been ac
complished in the past year;
Ogden Schools Represented.
Special to The TTlhuno.
OGDEN. Jan. 10, Superintendent John
M. Mills of the Ogdon city public schools,
Henry Potorson, principal of the high
school; Principal W. L. Underwood of tho
Madison Hchool. and Miss Ivy Williams,
clerk of the board of education, attended
the trustees' meeting of the Utah Edu
cational association in Salt Lake tonight
and also the banquet tendered by the
staff of tho Utah Educational Roviow.
Both the meeting and banquet woro held
at tho Hotel Utah.
Badly Hurt by Fall.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 10. Lorenzo Jackson,
tho contractor in charge of the remod
eling operations at tho Reese Howell
block on Washington avenue, sustained
painful injuries at 2 o'clock this after
noon when he fell from a ladder to the
concrete sidewalk. When tho bottom of
the ladder slipped on the icy pavement,
tho contractor attempted to save himself
'and fell about twelve feet. ' His injuries
consist of a broken arm. a scalp wound
and severe bruises.
"Signs" Checks With Stamp.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 10. The police have
been requested to search for an al
leged forger whose name has not been
learned bv the officers or W. II. Purdy.
the victim. When Mr. Purdy's checks
were returned to him from the bank, he
discovered that three checks, each for
514.35, had not bocu made out by him.
Each check bore Mr. Purdy's signature,
which had been anplled by the use of a
Walls Will Stand.
Special to Tbo Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 10. At the request of
Walter Parry, agent for the Joseph
Parrv estate. Engineer IT. J. Craven
made an investigation of tho walls which
remained standing after the $100,000 fire
of Wednesday morning aud announced
that It would be possible to rebuild with
out removing tho masonry. Mr. Parry
savs that It Is the intention of those In
terested In the estate to rebuild the
building as soon as favorable weather
Funeral of Mrs. Chase.
Special to T'he Tribune.
OGDEN, Jan. 10. With Bishop W. D.
Van Dvke conducting, the funeral serv
ices for Mrs. Amanda Chase, widow of
Dudlev Chase, will be held in the Third
ward chapel at 1 o'clock Sunday after
noon. The body will He in state at tho
borne, 2175 Grant avenue, Saturday even
ing and until noon Sunday.
Idaho Banker Visitor.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Jan. 10. E. G. Bennett, who
has charge of the Kuhn banking Inter
ests in Milner. Wlndle and Jerome, Ida.,
was' an Ogdcn visitor today. Mr. Ben
nett says that the Kuhn lnicrests have
not abandoned a possible cxtention of
their electric lines Into Utah and as far
south as Ogden and Salt Lake.
Miss Healy iu Hospital.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Jan. 10. Miss Eleanor Healy,
a. former employee of tho Bell Telephone
company and daughter of M. J. Healy,
was removed to the Ooo hospital today for
li ill HENAGER COLLEGE BVILJ) 1
BHfl IbbI bbI
BflH flfl ' ' ' "' !LMll-LMMlulLlmV " ' " ' " lBM
an operation and treatment. She returned
recently from a trip to California., which
was made in the hope that her health
might be bonelltcd.
Snowfall Ohoors Farmora.
Spoclal to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Jan. 10. Six Inches of snow
on the level and a greater depth In tho
mountains, the heaviest fall of tho win
ter, brought Joy to tho hearts of Wobe.r
county farmers today. Tho snowfall up
to this time has been under tho average,
but tho storm during the early hours thin
morning is said lo insure an amplo sup
ply of water for irrigation during the
Granted License to Wed.
Special to Tho Tribune,
OGDEN, Jan. 10. County Clork Samuel
G. dve granted a marriage license today
to Calvin D. Corbrldgo and Miss Ethel I.
Bone, both of Layton.
WILL Tliy TO SETTLE
H SCHOOL STRIKE
Architect to Meet With Union
Men and Employers Next
All efforts to effect a BctUeinoul of
difficulties between the unions repre
sented in the labor employed ou Ibo
new high school buildinj: and Wright &
Osborn, contractors who aro placing
the heat and ventilation system, have
proved futile. An announcement to this
effect was mado yc3tcrday by Archi
tect .T. L. ChcHotiro, who has been act
in iu the capacity of mediator. An
other mooting is scheduled for next
Monday, when a. settlement may result.
Unless a settlement is eri'eefcod at
this -time, Mr. Ohcscbro will refer tho
matter to the board of education. The
general contract is held by P. ,T. Moran.
The work of Wright & Osborn is pro
vided for in a separate agreement. .
Wright & Osborn, it is said, em
ployed a few non-union laborers 'when
they commenced their work on the local
high school building. When tho firm
refused to roplace the non-union work
ers with union men, a strike of the
uniou men, employed by Morau,
was called. Eighty-fivo men walked
out last Saturday.
Mr. Osborn is in Price but iB ex
pected homo today. Tho contract calls
lor completion or tho building before
August 1, and heavy bonds lmvo been
furnished by the contractors. The
Moran contract provides for a forfeit
of $100 a day for each day tbo build
ing is delayed aftor August I. Tho
Wright & Osborn coutract provides for
a forfeit of $0 a day, Strike clauses
iu tho contracts will, however, give tho
contractors' an extension of timo. Tu
Iho opinion of Mr. Ohcsobro tho only
waj' in which the difficulty can bo
ovcrcomo is for Wright & Osborn to
meet the demands of the unions. Mon
day Mr. Ohcsobro will moot with rep
resentatives of tho Building Trades
council and. Wright and Osborn.
DOWN WITH SUGAR. LAUD AND
Pancake flour! 5s lard. 70c: 10s, $l."5;
pkgs. Pancake flour. 23c; ICa lbs sugar,
$1.00; Si lbs.. 50c: 4 Ibe. 2 oz.. 25c; 2 lbs.
ranch butler. 55c: 3 cans peas, straw
berry jam, large milk oysters. mu6lnrd
sardines or pork and beans, 2"ic; 17 lbs.
sugar and 1 lb. good cocoa, 31.25; l!)i lbs.
sugar and 1 lb. good baking powder,
?1.25; 1 package Schilling's tea and 1 lb.
good baking powder. S0c; 1 package
Schilling's tea and 1 lb. good cocoa. -10c:
1 package Schilling's tea and 1 package
Pancake flour, 20c; 1. dozen good eggs.
4ne; -1 pkgs cereal coffee, 25c; good
broom, 20c; 2 cans Hume's salmon. 3Sc;
4 lbs. dates, 25c; A lbs. sweet potatoes,
loc; spilt peas, lb.. 5c; 2 packages best
creamery butter, "Cc, 2 lbs, eastern
cheese, -15c; catsup, hot tie, 5c; High
Patent flour, S1.05; Straight Grade Hour,
$1.00; germadc, sack. 30c; tall can
salmon, 10c: 5 pkgs. raisins. 25c; 2 cans
corn. 15c; -1 lbs. dried prunes. 25c: 7icw
mince meat, lb., 10c: pineapple, can. 10c;
Upton's Tellow Label tea. lb., COc; 2
pkgs. creamery butter. 05c; 3 lbs. Sultana
raisins, 23c, Chicago Store, 11G W. First
South. - nOS7
DONE AT YOUR HOME BY GRADU
ates from Velvollna parlors, Goodrich
Sale3 company. 62 E. -1th South street.
W. 2536. m2094
praetors. Incurables and female trou
bles our specialty. Consultation free.
Suite 403, 235 Main sL nl8
LADIES' AND GENTS' TAILOR
cT""V UUUL, 22lf CONSTTTljl?ION
building opposite Z. C, M. I. Tour orrn
material made up. h!3t
I CUSHIONS, UPHOLSTERING.
MATTRESSES" AND- SPRINGS RE
paired. Salt Lake Mattress & Mfg. Co.
Phone 32QD. p!55G
FOX FRUIT FARM. APPLES. SGC PER
bushel; potatoes, 50c per bushel, de
llvered. Phono Murray 3,'t-J. m37St
MRS. M. HAYES. SPIRELLA CORSETS,
ono year guarantee. 250 West 2rd No.
Waaatch 2C80-J. nSD
NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLD
Notice is hereby given that there will
be held a special meeting of tho stock
holders of Utah Savings & Trust com
pany, at the office of said company. No.
2::5 Main street. Salt Lake City, Ulah,
upon Monday, the 3rd day of Febru
ary, 1913, at 10 o'clock a, in., for the
purpose of amending paragraph I, ar
ticle 3, of tho articles of incorporation
of said Utah Savings & Trust company,
by empowering the board of directors to
create any additional offices of tho cor
poration that may be necessary to carrv
on tho general business of the corpora
tion. Done in pursuance of a resolu
tion of Its board of directors.
Dated this 1.1th day of January, 1013.
W. S. M'CORNICK, President.
N. G. HALL, Secretary.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' AN
NUAL MEETING UTAH SAVINGS
&. TRUST COMPANY.
Tho annual meeting of the stockhold
er of the Utah Savings Trust com
pany, a corporation, will be held on
Monday, the 3rd day of Februarv. 101S.
at 10 o'clock n. m., at Its general plan;
of business, No, 235 Main street, Salt
Lake City, Utah, for the election of of
ficers and transaction of such other busi
ness as may properly come before the
meotlng. N. G. HALL,
Secretary Utah Savings & Trust com
pany. Fuit Lako City, L'tah.
January 31. 1013 n9!l
Salesmen and Vv
r Clerks -
There is a message for you in . '
1 The Tribune "Want Ads today
f many new openings avo listed; .(
' : .'
Today' 8 1 ribune Want Ads
DALY I n this city. January .10, t!U3,
James Daly, aged 07 eurs. Remains
aro at O'Donnell &, Co.'s p.-irlora. Notice
of funeral will be given later,
MAM.ES Tn this city. January 10. inn,
Abo: Hamcs, In his fifty-ninth year.
Timo and place of funeral will bo an
ETZENHAUSEN Tho fun oral of Julia j
A. Joffa Etr.enhauscn, who died at the
home of her duughtcr, Mrs. Cora iConi
son, 019 South Second West street, Jan
uary 5, 1013, will bo held Sunday after
noon, Januarv .12, 1913, at 1 o'clock, from
tho Qualtrough-.Alloott funeral parlors,
uU South Main stroot. Interment, City
E. Q. O'DONNELL. UNDERTAKER.
and embalmer. has moved to new loca
tion. 225-227 South West Temple 3troet
Realty bldg. Phono 580. o3393
EBER W. HALL. UNDERTAKER AND
embalmer. 164 So. West Temple. Phone
LARKIN-KULL UNDERTAKING COM
pany; modern chapol parlors. 255 So.
2nd East. Wasatch E132. Open day and
C. IT. BANKS, UNDERTAKER AND
embalmer, 141 Slato, Murray. Phone
Murray 347. nOOS
HUDDART FLORAL CO.. 63 SO. MAIN
at. Phono 106. Cut flowera and fu
neral designs. nl632
THE LEADING FLORIST W. W. KING.
214 E 2nd So. Phono 37. b297
McICeiiKle. Display yards, 442 So. Statw.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST LADY'S NECKLACE AND PEN
dant. purDlo stone. Reward. Roturn to
Tribune office. m2033
LOST DIAMOND BROOCH PIN.
about -3 inches loner, at Hotel Utah,
Dec. 31. Finder please notify Was. 55S9.
LOST WATCH AND FOB WITH GOLD
medal slato fair. Return 155 West
South Temple. Good roward. J. Pfuffer.
155-157 Wvsi So. Temple. nf.92
LOST TUESDAY. BAY HORSE.
weight 000 lbp.. branded with a heart
on left law. Return lo 30." North 12rh
West. Reword nSOO
ON JANUARY ITIT. LAUNDRY BUN
dle containing shirts and collars. Finder
will be liberally rewarded by returning It
I to Troy Laundry. IS E. Broadway. nDOt
JAN. AND FEB. SPECIAL COMPLETE
suit. S.'IO.OO; vour material and silk lin
ing. S20.00. Perfect fit. Repairing, re
modellnc. Zncker & Evdashln. 259 Rtt.
Wasatch CS13. mS476
DURING MONTH OF JANUART. WILL
mako substantial reduction on all coats
and suits. Spring styles now in. Brown
miller, ladles' tailor. 50 East 4th Souih.
DAWSON & MEIER. FINE TAILORING:
alterations a specialty. 135 W. 2nd
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR OLD
clothes and shoes. E. Green, Wasatch
WANTED ALL KINDS OF 2ND-HAND
furniture: hlnhesf price paid. Utah
Furniture Co., 132 West 2nd So. Was.
WILL BUY ALL 2ND -HAND GOODS
wn can get. Mlcht Fum. Co,. 343
State. Was. 514G. mlS23
II. IT. GOODS BOUGHT. SOLD AND
e-Tchansred. Oak Furniture Co., 315
State Wa3. K011. n!77
HOW MUCH PROFIT DID YOU MAKE
in 11)127 Did you lose money? Why
not have your hooks audited and an In
telligible balance sheet drawn uu showing
exactly how you stand todav? Special
attention to small traders. Systems in
troduced. Fees reasonable. Ilyland
repaired. Geneva C. Hicks Co.. 6S So.
Cth E. Was. 3707. h.4093
FURS REMODELED. REPUKED: EX
pcrt furriers: prices reasonable. Hnd
fon Eay Fur Co.. 122 Main. Phono Wan.
IN CARPETS. OLD. FADED AND
colorless ruirs and carpets made lo ltiok
like new. without injury to the most
costly fabric. Prices reasonable. Frank
Martin, 6S E. 1st South. Phone Wasatch
12,000 different stovea; general foun
dry work. Western Foundry A- Stovs
Repair Works'. Wasatch 4474. It2730
moved to Judgo building. Telephone
Wasatch 5S1. n25
FURRIER AND TAXIDERMIST
EHSRY?hTnG I?TTHI5 FTjrTAND
taxidermist line made as you want It.
R. Stonzel Fur Co.. 57 E. Broadway
'.'3 years In Salt Lake. n525
cThMEY SWEIiHTlNG AhTUR
unco cleaning. Leave orders at Druchl
fc Franken'a Wasatch 100. k!903
aTsKEY FITTING ANI LOCK
work a specialty. S. L. Lock Works.
Wsb. 40E4. hlPIO
WILL SHIP CAR H. IL GOODS TO LOS
Angeles and. ono to Chicago and on to
Portland, and ono to Florida noTt. ten
duyc; very reasonable rates. Kimball Van
St Storage Co., 72 So. Main. n2808
WESTERN JUNK &
Metal company. Highest prices paid for
copper, hraaa, rubber, bottles, otc. Phon
Was. 2316. 3044 So. Stato st. m2991
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS WANT
ed: will Pay you first-class prices. H.
C. FIshor & RobhliiH, 165 So. W, Temple.
Waaatch 5171. c253
UTAH JUNK CO., HIGHEST PRICE
paid for iron, bratra, rago. bottles, rub
ber, copper, etc. 840 So. 4th West. Phono
Wasatch 229. mlS73
Prepare for cold snaps by having your
footwear well repaired.
MONARCH SHOE REPAIRING CO..
2J E. Second South. Wasatch 35S3.
A FEW UNCLAIMED TAILOR-MADE
culls and overcoats at a bargain.
Splelborg Tailoring Co., 57 W. 2nd So.
TO DO YOUR UPHOLSTERING- AND
mattress remaking. Utah Bedding &
Mfg. Co. Phono 3S3. b2Q3
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND
hand furniture, carpets, stoves, trunka
and -:aUsc. Wasatch 396. g3378
YOUR OLD CLOTHING: WILL CALL.
Salvation Army. Phone. 12191
ALL KINDS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
wanted. Tel. Was. 3625. kl084
ALL UNION MEN TO WEAR OUR 52
and 53 UNION-MADE hats. "Hata or
Merit." Morlt Hat Co., S1-S3 E. 2nd So.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND
hand furniture, carpets, cool: etoves,
ranges, trunks. Was. S96. m2298
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN FOR A
dramatic company touring Idaho and
Utah: long engagement. Address 359
Kensington avc., Salt Lako City. m226S
CATTLE. -ANY KIND. YOUNG AND FAT
calvop. poultry. T keen two .Tcrev balls
for service. Cows fetched. A. T. Saun
ders, phone Hyland 2374-J. Rear 1415
S. Main. rnSHO
MAN AND WIFE WANT CHARGE OF
boardinc and rooming house in mining
camp; will take it on salary or commis
sion contract: best of references. Ad
dress D. L. V... 581 Palisades. Colo.
Wanted to Buy Real Estate
ONE TEN-ACRE FARM NEAR
One five-aero farm suitable for
chicken ranch. Give full details.
Ono to three acres on outskirts
of city, southeast; must be on
car Hue, near a school.
N. W. CLAYTON CO.,
113 Main (Upstairs).
I . '
WANTED TO BUY HOUSE AND LOT
or lot only on Ninth East, south of
Ninth South; give complete details and
exact location and terms. Address C-28.
WANTED TO BUY LOT AND HOUSE
on Ninth East street, off Ninth South.
Give complete details and exact location
and terms. Address C-33, Tribune.
WANTED 3 OR 10 ACRES NEAR
Bountiful. What have you and price?
Musi be near car line. C-40, Tribune.
Wanted To Lease.
I WANT A BUILDING ALREADY
built, or build me one to suit a long
lease 10,000 lo 13,000 so., feet floor space;
must bo In the wholesale district. Ad
dress G"LtS.i JLlfi!lune' I!?'1
ARROW PRESUTAS Bl'GGEST
plant. Printing. Binding. Office Sup
plies and Furniture, Legal Blanks. G6
W. 2nd So. Kxohnncp 20" 1:125
1515-W. Upholstering, chairs rccancd.
WESISLlT R rTTAJD7EPAT iPaLL
makes. 15'J Stato. Wasatch -1703.
cleaning. S. L. Carpet Cleaning Co., 4SC
7th East. hS207
confinement, seclusion, legal adoption.
Mrs. F. Phillips, 11th E.. bet. 12th and
13th So. Sugar Sta. Hylund 1231-M.
DR. ROBERT W. VTALlTPOr1uH3A
AND ORAL PROPHYLAXIS. 630
KEARNS BLDG. a2353
77 East' Third South. China suitable
for gifts and prizes. Class and prlvato
WHERE TO STOP.
250 rooms rates, 35c, 40c and 50c; mod
ern; batho, lCc. u!30?
Wanted Female Help.
GIRLS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. AP
PLY READY FOR WORK AT S A. M.
AND 1. p. M. DAILY. TROY LAUNDRY,
421 SOUH 6TH EAST.
SUCCESS .INSURANCE UTAH BUSI
nc3n college preparation for business
Hfo. Start a course now. Boston bldg..
day or night. fc!538
BARCLEY CORSETS ARE LIKE OLD
friends; they wear well; made to meas
urements. yUHnnitccd to fit, not to brenk
or rust. Wnsatch 3091-W. Competent
business women wanted to take agencies
in Utah towns. 40 Woodruff Apt. atMOl
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. BASE
rnent First Congregational church: wo
get you a pooltlou free of charge. Tele
phono DS22. t2773
Wanted girl for general
housework. SO C st. m2S48
EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; 57 per week. Inquire 376
North 1st West. m320S
WANTED A GOOD COOK FOR SMALL
family: apply at 160 Thirteenth East.
Mra. W. P. Klscr. m3418
WANTED ALL ROUND LAUNDRY
girls; ood wages. Apply ready for
work. Murray laundry. nlSI
NOW IS A GOOD TIMi3 TO ENROLL
at Henager's Business College. Posi
tions guaranteed to all graduates. In
vcxtlgato today. n5G2
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL 1IOUSE
work. Reference required. 291 East
South Templo st. n(M2
YOU CAN ENROLL ANT .DAY AT
Hcnagcr's Business College. School all
tlifi year. Day and night sessions. In
EXPERIENCED OPERATORS ON
Power machines. Apply 13il So. W.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
houspwork. no laundry, family of two;
131 12th East st. nS29
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
family of three; good wages. 230 So.
6th East. nSSS
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. 139 3rd avo. nP21
AT ONCE, COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework; no laundry. Apply
423 1st avenue. nSaS
WANTED EXPERIENCED FUR SE
era and finishers. Mchcsy's, 276- So.
WANTED YO JNG LADY FOR
vaudeville sketch. Write at once lo
Mr. T. Le Roy, 22-21 East Kirst South.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WOMAN OR
girl for cooking and housework; 1 in
family; no washing; good wages. Call
No. 1 Haxtou place, E. So. Temple.
WANTED A HOUSEMAID. CALL
this morning, 42 East 3rd So., Touraine
WANTED GOOD GIRL TO DO HOUSE
work in family of throe; no washing;
one who can cook. 25D 3rd East. nO'JO
EXPERIENCED AND NEAT GIRL FOR
general housework; 3 in family; no
washing. 531 1st avo. nlOOl
MARKER WANTED; GOOD WAGES.
Apply Murray Laundry. nlOOJ
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK, TAKE
care of children, help with cooking;
state references, if any. and salary px
pectcd. Address C-31, Tribune. n97S
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
In small family. 2GS C st. Taylor
apts., No. 1. n97S
WOMAN FOR HOUSEWORK; SMALL
family. 14 Vernor court, 5th East lf
tween 3rd and 4th South. n9C3
GOOD COOK. WITH REFERENCES: IN
private family: ?S per week. C-3...
MIDDLE-AGED, E X P E R T E N C E D
chambermaid. Apply Belmont hoi-l.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; good wages. Phune Gar
field 204. nflSS
Wanted Situation Female.
YOUNG WOMAN WISHES ASSIST
housework. small, refined family:
board, room: small remuneration. Ad
dress C-37, Tribune. nS99
WORK WANTED P.Y T wiij DAY; GOOH
worker. Phone Was. 2603-J. r.376
SEWTNO. PLAIN OR LADTE' TAILOR
ing. bv piece or day. 112 North Main.
BT7SINESSw6TlAN w"aNTS,1,0 M AN
SI go hotel, board In tr or mominsr house:
will po sinywhiv. if good proposition
Address C-45, Tribune.' uflTJ
Wa-nt.pri Tn "Pp.nt.
modern collage or part of modern
house, unfurnished: must be within walk
Incr diPtancf of business districts. Cull'
Hylund 30S0J. n771
WANTED 2 L. II. K. ROOMS. MUST
he near Oouirrh school aid first-class,
furnished or unfurnished. C- II. Tribune
Wanted Board and Room.
WANTED BOARD AND ROOM 7rOR
gentleman, near Hyland exchange. Ad
dress E. Uumpsman, Hyland exehano
Telephone Co. nOSC
WANT1CD ROOM" AND . BOARD IN
private family by mnrrlftd couple: ivf
er;nces. Address C-ll. Tribune. n975
C. E. OSTERLOH. AUCTlONEETrtESN
dencc. C34 So. Main. Wasatch 2S24-W
C T. SEBER MAKES FURNITURE
unction a sppclaltv- consult mo b?fcr
r-Unz- Hyland 1317. h?:S!
PALACE LAUNDRY CO.
Offlco 70 W. Second South, phone.
Dfflco 79 E. Second South. Wasatch 14S1.
Office 33 E. Third South. Was. 3710.
Work3 758 E. Fourth South. Hyland 2562
and Hyland 562.
Laundry brought to offices caves 21
No extra charge for cne-day specials.
ly guarantco my great successful'
"Monthly" ro.-nody; safely relieves some
of the longest, most obstinate, abnormal
cases In three lo five days; no harm,
pain or Interference with work; mail
51.50. Double strength. 52. Dr. B. I',
Southtntrton Remedy Co., Kansas City.
DR. G. A. GAMBLE. OOSMITrE
bldg Hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to -j. W.t
oatch 52S1, g2705
DR. CLAUDE RIDDLE. OSTEOPATH
physician, surgeon, 210 Kcarus Bids.
Hours 9-5, Wasatch 3696.
dr. m. Mcdowell, r.02-3 scott
bldg. Houro 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. rn.
the u s. marine corpa , bSS fr S'
osoh of 10 and 35; mut h nu I
?,-f. ,av?,Wat liere: monthly -v
ii0; additional compensation J Zfalrf
food, clothing, quartern "d ifi
atleiidsinco i,cc; sifter 30 wsartfi So"
can rctlro with 70 per con, . of 1
allowances; sorvlco on board Kt -n
ashore in j plirto or tho 0fid! Z&H
at U S TwarIo Corp,, RecrulthS oft
lbS Main st.. Salt Lalto City, ug
WANTED FO R U. S. AIlMy"I fiLti1
nodlcd unmarried men. botwconV WS& V
iS and 3D; cltlacns of IJiHted s, l1! -
good characlr and tem ,rut0 '
who can speak, read and wrU0 j $
language. Ior information apDw fiEl-
cru ting officer, M'alkcr Bani
Muhi and 2nd So. ts., Salt g oOT
uta"- J PJ10H'
DANCE LEARN TO DANCE3 n lZiCK
two-step three-step, taught PtSa
lcasons 63 Postoffico plac"? Let 7 !l
and Wcat Temple. Dancine v 7t
lhursday and Saturday nlchta. ti S j
Mrn. Woodward, lwtruciSS fat & 3
SIX MEN WHO CAN Slldwl fe 6,8
liavo nmdn good to take orrlcra f
advertised urtlclo In Sail aC 5? Qo.
enco. rciuircd. Ask Tor Mr. Md
Trlbuno office, bel, 12 and j. a jjfilc
FIRST-Cr.ASS SOLICITORS? 8ol ft r
4th South, room 2. Call but. 12 $ VOL-
JAPANESE GEN13RAL AGENi fe'n"
Help of all kinds furnished. PhS T Cal1
c.ttch 1311. 256 West 1st South?
MEN'S UNCALLED-FOR t Wuft
made suits and overcoats at a"
fice. Spielberg Tailoring Co., 57 W
ond South. ' " TAGl
MEN WANTED TO WEAR ''
trusses: fit guaranteed. Hex Drm
W'. Temple and Broadway. JrtnEH
FREE E.MPLOYMENT AOIJNOT 1 I 7S
mcnt First Congregational churcl J80
get 'you a position free of charge. ZT,
phono Wasatch 5S22. - elCKi ,
WANTED MACIIINIST-OPEPJ M sc
who Is also " good j rlntcr.
XYZ, Tribune. S pLBN
TWO MEN FOR AUTO DRIVING A!
repairing; experience unnecessarj Tff.
73 Postoffico place. v h
ENROLL NOW AT HENAGER'Sl aBH
ness College. Tho school that k Jrt an
suits. Positions guaranteed all .i modi
uatcs. Get the besL gritEt
MEN. 'WOMEN. GET GOVERN MDEB
Jobs. $20 week. Write immediate gclien;
list of positions open. Franklin Inft !.?,'.
Dept. -116 W.. Rochester. N. Y. ! C
STRO-'K'S EMPLOYMENT AGB1 HI"31
Hotel, rcnlp-urant and household ! jo Hoc
Headquarters for laborers..' ; '
55 West 2nd South. Phone i'SAVE
SITEPPARD'S EMPLOYMENT AG U
"The Red Front." 112 West 2nd 1 (j only
Headquarters ml I road and inlnlnff J US.
Wasatch 3531. i
PERSONAL ATTENTION AND T S E
oughness characterise Utah Bui -
College training. Day and night. jOJf M
now. Boston building. ) feTTa8
LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE WAN
no cahvassinc or soliciting rcq't Brie"!
good Income assured. Address Nal tZms
Co-Oncralivo Realty Co.. N-S27. Ml TSS i
Building. Washington. D. C J 4
DRIVER FOR CLEANING AND PH rrT
in? wagon; must know city andl Th; cc
exporivnee in tiic business; none c w
need apply. Pan Co Vesta Club. 33; u,-av
! -!2li! i &
CIVIL ENGINEER WANTED;
be oomiiL'tcnl iu do all work ar
coal camp, both in office stnd mine. p
r.f.ndunt Coal & Coke Co., P. O.'
1723. Sail Lake City. ' TTCtl
EVERY DAY IS ENROLLTd RNT
at Henager'f: Buplness College. 9 -q j
all the vear. Day and night sessional .j.mon
vcsllgatc. 7 '
SOLICITOR AT NATIONAL TEA i' 7"
Co.. 45-47 W. 1st So. ,
Wanted Situation Male;! -
would like to locat.j with wcll-ci vq
llshcd real estate firm. Has hud p purit,
ous experience Must guarantee sa :
Address C-39, Tribune. WK
: 1 to
MAIL ORDER EXPERT WOULD I:
to become connected with Salt 1
pnlerprlse: can Install mall nnlor syi FUR
In any lino of business. Would Uh ible
Ecure an Interview with any ona li i
estvJ. Address A.-31. Tribune. n -
KITCHEN AND FURNACE 3 tlnter
wantu work. Waeea no object for ( 'i not
place. A-35. Tribune. m
SITUATION AS NIGHT CLERK '' iPLEj
janitor. Address A-20. Tribune, ni
JU.P BOY, GENERAL HOUSEWC
and dishwashing. Address Trlb Tm
Y' A NT ED-POSITION AS TEAMS'
here in thc,.c!t'y. Address C-3G, ILSXl
imc. 2 : ?p
MASSAGRJ j -
VAPOR BTHS AND ELECT jtoel
treatments. CS East 4th South. 1 l
MAGNETIC AND VIBR.VTORY M gT
sage. New York method. Rhcunial .
fcurcd. 20 Galena block, 2nd South;
State sts. 1 IQLK
SILTAKA. POWDERED. DISSOLVE p
odorless, wecdlcss; prepared for pla
bulbs, lawns, shrubbery. Mfg. by Tn;
Phosphate & Fertilizer Co., dealers gjjj
fertile oils and fertilizers. 116i Bu
avc. AV. 30S1-W.. for sale by Fcoj
Forwarding Co. Porter-Walton Cov;
MEN'S HATS CLEANED. REBLOCIi
and new trlminln.s. Si; men's hats, Jt j
nnd v.lntrr stylos. 51.50 to S3.C0. j
Lake Hat Factory 6 Vv. 2nd So
pi i'7Q" Wasntfh 115;
XirLETE LINE OF SAFES Jj
vaults always on land. .A fen e
hand safes for sale Write forlrci
Shea I y Safe & Vault Co.. 41 P. O. p
EYE, EAR, NOSE ANDjnntf .
DirHuTTJROWS, OCUI. jj,v.
and aurlst; spectacles accurately U
.Uffl.-uU i-asf! solicited. j.
STNbIjRST -AND SIDE P
EOS Ebt 3rd South. Phono Ilyland 787
PICTURE FRAMING AND HOUSEI faj
orating. George W. Ebort & Cto ltM)
Main. Prizes each wock foi ,"00,
WEATHER STRIPS TO KEEP OU'PTj
cold at Rlvei- Bros.. 2i cat nij
light llvcri horics bought and j
Phone SI. ; u