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; 12 : - . 1 the salt lakh tribune, wm.NEspIy morni ng, January 15, 1911 . , -; " . n,; fc
I; ' I OGDEN DEPARTMENT
l OFFICE 2562 WASHINGTON AVENUE. PHONE 66 J.
I Office Hours6 a. m. to 10:30 a. m,; S p. ni, to 8 p. iu. ,
ISEES NECEffilTY FOR
; MORE TOOTH BRUSHES
Medical Inspector for Ogden
Schools Makes Report;
; -Suggests Remedies.
Ifl Special to The Tribune,
ffl CfGDEN, Jnn. 14. More than 50 Dcr
f cent of. the children :it ten dinar Jim Os:-
H den schools aro suffering iroixi diseased
n teeth, and a Iaro percentage have never
M owned or do not nae a tooth, brush, ae-
H cording io Dr. Edgar C. Bates, medical
f inspector, in his annual report
I milted to Superintendent John M. -Mills.
H While tho 'conditions i O.dcn; are fa
ll -v orablo when compared with th rooorts
I from other states, there is ample opuur-
i 1 unity for improvement. J'u this respect
' Dr. iktcs quotes an Illinois inspector,
who declares that thrro aro not dontisls
J enough in the wholo stato of .Illinois
to properly euro i'or the school children
ol Chicago :ilone.
As up example of the conditions ei-i-itinp;
in 'Ogden, t.ho inspector reports
that out ot ii'o.'i pupils examined at, the
I'iugrco school UoS, or 7u per cent, were
J'ound lu have defective teeth. Jhis
doea not include the total number of
thoic htntnir defective teeth, but only
tliose whoro there was a possibility of
remedy by filling.
-j- It is .outlined in the report that, I no
5 main factor in the treatment of do-
cuyod teeth should be. alone the' lino
of prevention. From (50 to 90 per eent
c,r the dental dorav is the estimate
placed by Dr. TJat.es upon, the amount
of disease which may be prevented by
j Ihe use of the topth brush and scour-
' ilig pouders.
I In eoneludiiiL' his report. Dr. Hales
offered the I'ollowinr with rcaard to
.nodical iinpuctiou and the condition
oj tlie children's teeth:
' Kvcry decaved tooth, whether ot
I the tomporarv or permanent set. is au
up natural event and should be looked
a''lor as a possiblu portal of entry into
the svstcm of harmful bacteria.
"That overv eln'lld is entitled to
' sound tooth and that where the parent
I i-j unable to provide denial care the
1 responsibility should be assumed by so-
cietv at large.
J "That the teeth of sehpol children
aro being sally neglected.
"Thai means for further instruc
tion of both parent and school child in
dental hygiene arc laudable and should
I;. SANBORN ARRAIGNED.
j Man Who Shot Hlr. Wife to Be Prose
(: , -cutcd at Oncten.
"" ' "snc-ial to T'ic Tribune.
O'JDEN. Jnn. 11. That Henry -. San-lo.-:ivnust
uiand trial for the murderous
iittii'.!i"rr on. Pis .vita, Mv.. Blanche San
born, at her "Vr.coln avenue home lust
Saturday night. Was Indicated today when
( thr husband was arraigned before Judge
1 1 V H. Rccdtr on the charge of assault
iih Intent to commit murder. He
waived preliminary examination and whs
'idd to tliu district court under ?lo00
Sanlorn was surprised when :at:cn into
l. io courtroom for his hearing, lie was
nder lite Impression lliut his wife bad
, refused to sign a complaint or testify
J it-alnBi hhn and was unuwarc. that Dc
ji tfutivo Uoberl iJurk, one oi the officers
J tJ v-lioni ho in raid to have confessed,
. J.hst aljjncd a complaint. There are two
jl counts against the man. the other being
j;1. .. el targe of assault with u. deadly wcap.
Vl n. Ti c prisoner had not been removed
11 to the county Jail this evening.
I I SHERIFF WANTS AUTO.
Tells Commissioners That Machine Would
Result In Big Saving,
bpeciul to The Tribune. n
OGDKX, Jan. H. Sheriff K. K. llarrl
:un has eommunieatcd the fact to the
rtiunty comniiEaloniii-s that an automobile
ould greatly facilitate the movements
of the HherltT and deputies in the dis
charge of their duties about the county,
and with this end In view he has recom
mended that they purchase a machine.
He also points out that It costs $40 a
month to maintain a team and buggy for
the work, whllu an auto would bo more
efficient at a cost not to exceed S60 per
By waj of cinching his argument the
sheriff states that if the board does not
deem it right and proper to purchase an
automobile he will agree to furnish one
at 560 per month. The commissioners
viiive promised to give the matter thor
II; Dental Offices Bobbed.
1 .Special to The Tribune.
I OGDE.W Jan . Dental office rob-
Kl 0 hers made a very successful raid in
K, hls city last nlcht, securing more than
j : SSOO v.orth of gold and other dental sup-
plies at the offices of Dr. Franklin C.
Otigood. room vlG. First National bank
It iUtlding. and Dr. Wlllla A. Budlong,
Utuhna building. The former Ib the prln-
ipal loBcr, his valuation of the stolen
property belnt: 3300, while Dr. Eudlong's
My oss le about 510. Both robb'erlcs were
Jj discovered when the offlcea were opened
7f l.ils morning. The burglars had gained
'ntranoe at both places by climbing
through the transom over the door. The
.( police have arrested several suspects and
' rfheiiff E. K. Harrison has sent out a
'si omplele list of the supplies taken from
the Osgood office.
I Holds Unk -v.-as Drunk.
I Special to The Tribune.
IS OGDEN-. Jan. H. Was Unk dmnkV
Ii This Jh not a daffydlll nor a cuck puzzle
m from the comic supplement, but merely
1 a question M-hleh Judgo W. ir, Itetdcr
nan railed upon to answer today In the
police court case of W.-Uter Unk, cnarged
iith druiiltcnneH.". The Judge answered
m the question In the affirmative and the
prisoner was commanded to pay the costs
of the ease, but as there were no costs he
B escaped with u retnhnantl. Unk. who wan
arrested on Washington avenuo for cro-
atlng an nllesed disturbance, declares
t'.at Ills Indulgence had been llmuen to-
four glasses of beer, and he refused to
plead guilty to a charge of drunkenness.
IEclicf Society to Meet.
Soclul to The Tribune.
OGDEN", Jitn. 14. Arrangements have
bot-n completed to hold the annual Relief
society conrerence. of the Ogden stake
next Thursday. There will bo two sco
sIoiih, the first at 10;30 n. in. and the
other at 12 p. m. Dr Alice M. llldgo x Hl
be th principal Hpeaker In the forenoon,
and Elder Kcphl Andorson will deliver an
address at the afternoon seaelon.
Back to Serve Term.
Hj Spcrial to The Tribune.
Hl OGDEN". Jan. M. John 3rcGIll and his
H wife, Anna McGiW. boih of whom escaped
B ifnnn the city Jail within the past two
H weeks and wore arrestexl ; In Halt. Lake
D Mondav night, were brought to thl city
H eatorday by Detective Thomaa Uurk and
H arc again in their old quarter. Ith.
K ."IcGIH, who n-as found hiding In a trunk
lu a room In Halt Lake, Is nursing a
0re land duo to a burn received when
sho slid down a rope by means of which
she mudo hor escape from the local
baatlle. .Mabel Wilson, who oseaped
with her and who was also arrested in
Salt Tike. Is still In the elty Jail there.
Tho MeGllls have two months of a four
monthh' HRTitoucc for vagrancy ' loft to
ser-e. liethor or not they will bo
prosecuted for Jail breaking Js not yet
Will Benefit tho Poor.
Special to Tho Tribune,
OGDBNV Jan. H. Through an agree
ment reached by the health boards of Og
den City and Weber county it In expected
that much of the friction which has re
sulted In the past regarding tho care of
the indigent sick will bo eliminated.
Hereafter the county will assume all re
sponsibility and cost of care provided the
county physician Is notified In time to
pass upon the ease. This will also ap
ply to persons suffering from contusions
diseases, exeopt In finnrgi-ncy eases,
when tho city authorities may remove the
patient to the detention hospital without
the uimal notification. The city physl-,
elan will be expected to look: ufter alb
cases brought to the rlty jail.
Licensed to Wed.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN", Jan. 1 4. Marriage licenses
v.'oro gntntod today to Jftanlc Wilson
Smith and Dorothy Belle Wells, both of
Ogden: Dowltt T. Stoddard of Ogd.ep apd
JUlIlan, E. Encland of Plain City: P-ct'-r
Anton and Marie I, Maxwell. botb.oC
Ogden: Matthew Gait, Jr.. and Miss Alycu
B. Williamson, both of Ogden: Charle- A.
Secor of JvOs Angeles and Henrietta E.
Dreyer of Ogden; Henry M. Knowles and
MIsh Mary Alice Prceee. both of Ogden:
Frederick Peter Weludorf and Miss Karo
Hna Wllhelmlna JCrlckson, both of Salt
Man and Wife Sentenced,
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN". Jan. 14. Because they refused
to be expelled from a rooming house
when tho proprietor no longer desired
their patronage. C. E. Uays and his wife.
Mlla Hays, wore arraigned before Judge
W. H. Rccdcr In five police court this
morning on charges which practically
amounted to vagrancy. "Each was sen
tenced to sixty days 5n the city Jail, but
this may be suspended If they will agree
to shake the dust of Ogden from their
ahoes, never to return. Deforo Judge
Rccdcr this morning both admitted that
they were addicted, to the drug- habit.
Burean Head BcBlgns.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 14. O. J. Stilwoll. who
has been in oliarge.oC the Ogden publicity
bureau work as secretary and manager
since the department wa added to tho
Weber club last April, has announced
that he will sever his connection with
the bureau on May 1 of this year. Tt Is
the Intention of Mr. Stllwcll to spend
much of the summer on an extended au
tomobile trip through the eastern states.
Last year Mr. Stilwell made a similar
trip through the west, the object of the
trips being to secure first-hand informa
tion on road conditions and also to enjoy
the pleasure wblch such Journeys afford.
Hunt Is Arranged.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN", Jan. M. Chief of Police W. I.
Norton made a trip to Monument today
and arranged all details for the second
blc; rabbit hunt of the season to the
Monument district on the Kelton branch
of the Southern racitlc next Friday. Jt
is expected that the special train wilt
carry not less than 350 hunters to the
scene of Ihu big shoot. Tho Inst hunt,
with IOC men partlcipatincr, netted U700
rabbits and there are plenty left for Fri
day's shooting. Several of the local busi
ness houses have offered prizes for the
ten-man P.iuad bagging Jie greatest number.
Fpccial to The Tribune.
OGDJ?N", Jan. J-I. Several probate mat
tes received Jthe attention of Judtre J. A.
Howell in the Weber division of the Sec
ond district court this morning. He
granted the petition for approval of ac
count in the estate of Catherine Bues,
deceased: acted favorably on the petition
for approval of allowance, settlement of.
Jlnal account, for distribution and release
In the estate of Maggie Bowman and ap
proved the allowance ami settlement of
guardian's final account In the Kiiardian
shlp of Mildred Burk, a minor.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN". Jan. lb At. n brief meeting
of the city commissioners this morning an
ordinance was passed providing for the.
levying and collecting of assessments in
sewer district No. U. This action was
taken after the commissioners, as a board
of equalization and review, had reported
no protests against the making of the Improvement.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN'. Jan. 14. With the department
commander present, a Joint Installation
of officers will be held by Dlx-Logan post
No. G. A. B., and the Women's Relief
corps at the K., of P. hall next Friday
afternoon at ?, o'clock". It is the desire
of (he arrangement committee that all
comrades and their wives be present.
After the Installation the members of the
Itelief Corps will be hosts at a banquet
to bo sorved In the Kennedy cafe.
Doyle Secures Contract,
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN". Jan. 14. William Doyle has
been awarded the contract for makiiif
the excavations for the annex to the
Wright department store and started
work; today. The Improvements, which
will exceed Slil.OOO in cost, will be puHhcd
as rapidly as possible, according to Man
ager A. T. Wrlsrht. Contractor Doyle will
lower the depth of the entire basement
under the main building to conform with
the basement level of the proposed annex.
Inlured by a Oar.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Ja'n. U Mrs. Kate Olonny.
who. has apartments at 2578 Washington
avenue, is a patient at the Dee hospital
as the result of slight injuries sustained
last night when sho was struck by a
Twenty-first street car.,. Conductor C
L. Fowler and Motorman II. C. Chrlsteu
sen. in charge of the ear, state tbut the
woman became confused when the car
stopped across the street from whore she
was standing. Her injuries consist of
cuts on tho forehead.
STORE R IS CAPTAIN !
: OF HARVARD ELEVEN
'By International News Service.
" CAM BRIDGE. Mass.. Jan. 14. Ttobert
T. P. Storci-. 'H, of Boston, was elcctod
captain of the Harvard varsltv football
team for next year at 'a meeting this
afternoon. Storer plajed left, tackle on
this years team, and was favored for
the captaincy before the season of 112
came to an end. At the annual game
with i ale at New Haven ho scored a
touchdown for Harvard, the first scored
against Yale In eleven .years. Many peo
ple thought at that time that his chances
of being elected captain were greatly
enhanced. Storer is 20 years of age
stands 5 feet 'J Inches, and wclprha 177
Maudot to Fight Murphy.
AX,F1VNCXbP?' Jan' H--Joe Man
dot of Now 'Orleans and '"Harlem
Tommy ' Murphy of New York were
matched tonight for a twenty-round rlnir
battle to take place In the TJaly City 1
arena February L'L'.
Outtioldcr Jackson Sienis,
GREENVILLE. Term., Jan. H.-Joo
Jackson, outfielder of the Cleveland
Americans, today forwarded VIS signa
ture on a contract to President Siirn
niera. Jackson was credited with hold
ng out for higher watreVfllc rrfuited
to give, out the amount oyils contract.
First of Series of Concerts by
Salt Lake Quintette Proves
; ' ' ( 'k :
.Signally successful from the. viewpoint
of :thc critical', and warrjily appreciated
lvj an nutfleiiQu that comprised a large
proportion of ho leading musicians of
tho" etty, waSjrthe first chamber music
concert given lust night, at the First Con
gregation church by he Salt Lake quin
tette. Never i beforo hero havu local
artists presented a programme of thin
character, muii: entirely and purely
classic, wrltli.il to appeal to tho culti
Herbert Suliimnr, whoiio enthusiasm
and pcrsevenineo aroused much of the
interest in l,nst night's event, suld at
the conclusion of tho concert that be
was gratified, both by the evident ap
preciation and .the excellent work of the
Not even the hypercritical could have
justly found much fault with the work of
tho quintette. 1 Squire Coop, piano; Ar
thur Frebor, violin; Gcorgo Groneman,
violin; Alfred Rordarno. viola, and Otto
Kin?:, cello, are to be congratulated upon
tho deep Imprcaslon their work has made
and the Interest they have aroused.
Throughout tho beautiful programme
given the ensemble was strikingly In evi
dence an Indication of tho faithfulness
and r.?al with which the artists have
rehearsed as well aa proof of their abil-
'The second In this series of concerts
will bo given February 11.
Weather Forecast for Salt Lake City
Rain or 'snow Wednesday; colder Thurs
day. Comparative .weather data at Salt Lake
City. January.' Jl, 191S:
Highest temperature- today was Aa de
grees: highest"; in this month since
was I0 degrees: lowest. last night was
:!t; degrees; lowest this month since JS74
was -0 degrees below zero; mean tem
perature for today was 40 degrees: nor
mal was 28 degrees; accumulated do
llclcncy since t)io fivet of the month is 71
.Relative, humidity at i a. m. today was
40 per eent; relative humidity at 6 p. m.
today was 15 per cent.
Total precipitation for the twenty-four
hours ending at l! p. m. today was none:
total for this lbonth to date is .37 or an
Inch: accumulated deficiency for this
month to date Is .2.1 of an inch: total
precipitation .ance January 1 to date is
,u7 of an Inch..
Sun rises atj7:Fi a. m.. and sets at 5:24
p. m.. January 15, 1912.
WB.VJMUSR OBS1SRVA TIP N'S.
. . J . . . Temperature I
J r ,7: 2.
T k : IS
SALT LAICI3 ' 44 451 .16 .00
Boise 42 4l5 40 .00
Cheyenne . . . V. 42 S i 2t .00
Chicago ... :;4 ::i is .00
Denver 00 (14 2C .00
Des Moines . , i
Dodge. City 1 44 52 12 .00
Duiuth ... .:: 10 IS 4 .00
Durango ... ;) 3l 4G 20 .00
Grand Junction. 22 24 G .00
Havre : 14 .'18 S .t!0
Helena ; :;4 40 10 00
Huron ,aJ-....-.... .'!2 40 2 .00
Jacksonville .'. r2 00 IS .00
Kansas City ..; 40 40 S .00
Lander ... : 40 44 HO .00
Los Angeles ,. r2 ni AG .00
Modena ;;s 40! 26 .00
Moorhcad 20 24 S ,0f
New Orleans .V 56 .IS: 44 .00
New York ?A 3S 24 .00
North Platte :;2 401 8 .00
Oklahoma ... -Ml 4S jc! ,00
Phoenix ... 06 64 OS .00
Pocatcllo ... i HS 42 3S .00
Portland.-. Or.. "JC ?,$ ::2 10
Rapid CiVy-i,..: -is 54 24 .00
Roseburg .... ,Y. -h. 1C :tS .16
San Diego ; 54 7,61 44 .00
St. Louis : S6 40 IS .00
St. Paul 1' 21 2S 0 .00
San Francisco 52 54 46 .SS
Seattle 42 44 36 .10
Sheridan ... 1 30 3S 12 .00
Spokane ... 30 42 18 .04
Tonopah ... 32 32 20 .00
Washington 34 42 24 .00
Wllliston .... JOj 20 fi .00
Wlnnemucca 3Sj 46 30) .00
Indicates below zero.
In Railroad WorlJ
Milwaukee Official Named.
CHICAGO. Jan. 14.-F. A. Mlllor was
today appointed passenger traffic man
ager of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul Railroad company, with offices in
J. W. ISUlngson. chief clerk to J. H.
Mandcrflcld, assistant general freight and
passenger agent of the Salt Lake route,
has returned from a brief visit In Phoe
nix, Ariz. Mrs. Elllngson will spend the
winter in Phoenix.
If. J.5. Dunn, vice prosldont and j?eneral
manager of the Payette Valley railroad,
with headriuarterR In Payette, spent yes
terday in Salt Lake. During the day he
conferred witlf PJshop C. W. Nibley,
president of the Idaho road. Mr. Dunn
was formerly connected with tho passen
ger department, of the Oregon Short Line.
All arrangements for the excursion to
bo run by the Oregon Short Line to Roael
station on the old Central Pacific next
Saturday have been completed. The spe
cial haH been arranged -,or the benefit
of rabbit hunters and It Is expected that
fully 200 Hportsmcn will 'Join In the
L. P; Bergman of Sacramento, Cal.,
has been appointed chief clerk to 12. E.
McMlchacl, superintendent of the Salt
Lake office of tho Wells Fargo Express
company. Mr, Bergman will succeed W.
C. Moran. who has been transferred to
the Bakersfield. Cal.. office.
, The Rolse Polo club of Boise, Tda., will !
pass throuch Salt Lake In a special train
over the Orepon Short Line February 5.
en route to Los Angeles. The Idaho club
will compete In the tournament to be
held In Los Angeles February 35 to
Hold for Court-Martial.
William C. Ctird and John Siln, the two
soldiers who were arrested Monday night
on suspicion of having, attacked and
robbed W. 1C. Caslbere, a railroad swlteh-
man, were turned over to tho Fort Doug
I las officials yesterday. They will bo tried
STOVE AND RANGE REPAIRS.
Jackeiu cleaned, $2: L. jackuta. $3;
Moves repaired. 4 Ontario et. Phono
Wasatch t7l4-W. ,
LININGS. ORAT1GS AND WATER
Jackets, all makes, work guaranteed;
u. D. Lovett foundry. 4-4 7th W. Wa
satch 3990. f243fi
STOVE ANT) RANGR REPAIRING.
Watr Jackets cleaned. Goalen, 172
R street. WaeatchjrriO-J. nS2t
paired. Suit Lake Mattiesa &. Miff. CoJ
Phone 329U. r nl55
Tlict'o is lots of pleasure in
drinliijug good Tea. rurticiilnL'
y if 'the quality is tthvays the
.same. The critical.' Tea drinkers
are always reliable and AL
WAYS GOOD. Coupons i!ur "Rog
ers' tine silverware in. every
C'LISBOLD Iii this city. January Vb
1013, of cancer. Annie Morrln Cirsoid,
nldo-w of lfrlwnrd Clls-iold, aged I'.i years.
PHILLIPS -The funeral services over the
remains of Josephine -Phillips, aged 55
years, will bo held Thursday at II a. m.
at tho funeral chapel of Joseph William
Taylor. 21 South West Templo sdroet.
Friends aro Invited to attend, Interment
In City cemetery.
SALISBURY Funeral services over tha
remains of lvllvta Darke Salisbury will
be held at the lillghth ward chapel Janu
ary 15, beginning at I p. m. Friends in
vited. Interment In City cemetery.
J1SNSEN" Funeral services for Mrs.
Mary Jensen, who died at ncr' home,
963 Jefferson street. January 13. will be
held from the fimcrad ohnpel ol" Kbrr W.
Hall. 164 South West Temple street, to
day (Wednesday) at I p. m. Interment,
A COCKS Funeral services for John
A cocks, who db'd In this city January
11, will bo held from the funerai chapel
of lObcr W. Hall, 1764 South West Tem
ple street, todaj (Wednesday), at 3:30
p. m, Interment. In M.ounl Olivet ceme
tery. FLAHERTY The funeral of inorence M.
Flaherty, youngest child of Mr. and
Mrs. Jnnics M. Flaherty, who died at.
the home of he'r parents, 670 West South
Temple street, Sunday afternoon. January
12, will be held this (Wednesday) after
noon at 2' o'clock from the Qualtrough
Alleott funeral parlors. 541 South Main
street. Interment, Calvary cemetery.
G. O'DONN'JBLL. "UNDERTAKER,
and embalmcr, has moved to now loca
tion. 225-227 South West Temple street.
Realty bldg. Phone 580. o3399
CBER W. ILALL. UNDERTAKER AND
embalmer. 164 Bo. West Temple. Phone
LAR KIN-HULL UNDERTAKING COM
pany; modern cnapel parlors. 255 So.
2nd East. Wasatch 5132. Open day and
O IT! BANKS. IJNDDRTAKKR AND
ernbalmer, 141 State, Murray. Phone
Murray 347. nOOS
st. Phono 106. Cut flowers and fu
neral designs. nl632
THE LEADING FLORIST. "W. W. KING.
214 E 2nd So. Phono S7. b297
LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. rT
McKcnzIe. Display yards. 442 So. 8tato.
WILL SHIP CAR Jf. II. GOODS TO LOS
Angclea and one to Chicago and one to
Portland, and one to Florida next ten
days; very reasonable rates. Kimball Van
a Storage Co.. 72 So. Main. n2S0S
WESTERN JUNK &
Metal company. Highest prices paid for
copper, brass, rubber, bottles, etc. Phone
Was. 2316. 1044 So. State at. m2931
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS WANT
cd; will pay yon flrst-claas prices. H.
C. Fisher &. Robblns, 165 So. W. Templo.
Wasatch .5171. c25S
UTAH JUNK CO.. HIGHEST PRICE
paid for iron, brass, rag.s bottles, rub
ber, copper, etc. SW So. 4th Weat. Phono
Wasatch 220? mlS73
Prepare for cold snaps by having your
footwear well repaired.
MONARCH SHOE "REPAIRING CO..
21 E. Second South. Wasatch S5S3.
A FEW .UNCLAIMED. TAILOR-MADE
suits and overcoats at. a bargain.
Spielberg Tailoring Co., 57 W. 2nd So.
TO DO TOUR UPHOLSTERING AND
mattress remaklnar. Utah Ecdding &
Mfg. Co. Phone 383. b202
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND
har.d furniture, carpels, stoves, trunk
and valises. Wasatch S?G. g3378
YOUR OLD CLOTHING: WILL CALL
Salvation Army. Phone. t2l91
ALL KINDS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
wanted Tel, Was. nc25. kl034
ALL UNION MEN TO WEAR OUR S2
nnd SS UNTON-MADE hats. "Hats of
Merit." Merit Hat Co.. S1-S3 E. 2nd So.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND
band furniture, carpets, cook stoves,
ranges, trunks. Was. 80S. m22DS
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN FOR A
dramatic, company touring Idaho ard
Utah: lor:g engagement. Address 3"fi
Kenslnglj.-i ave., Salt Lake C!tj'. m22CS
CATTLE. AW KTND. YOUNG AND FAT
I calvoy. poul'-v. 7 'tfon 'rco Je-ev bells
for service. Cmvs fetchml. A. T. Saun
dcr. phone Hyland 2374-J. Rear 14K.
S. Main. m3110
MAN AND WIFE WANT CHARGE OF
lioardimr and rooming house in mining
camp: win take It on salary or commis
sion contract: hft of reference.". Ad
dress "D. 'L. P... 581 Palisades. Colo.
WANTED TO ADOPT BABY: GOOD
home; for information call Wasatch
Wanted to Buv Real Estate
WANTED TO BUY LOT AND HOUSE
on Ninth East street, off Ninth South.
GIvo complete details and exact location
and terms. Address C-S3, Tribune.
A PRACTICALLY NEW S-RM. MOD-'
crn home In choice residence section;
will conylder northeast or southeast por
tions of cltv only. N.. W. Clayton Co., lis
Main (upstairs). Til ISO
Wanted to Buy.
. W A NT ED TO YiVYGOOD SE?NI
BJ Ice box and meat block for meat
it Wasatch 4f'7'.. nli"02
iune Want Ads Pull
(( 1 i
Apartments Wanted? '''':
. -' & The Tribune Yuul Ads list iuy.
very best-in the city.- .v
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Wanted Female Help,
GIRLS IN ALL D15PARTM 15 NTS'. AP
, PLY RI5ADY FOR WORK AT S A- M
AND 1 P. M. DAILY. TROY LAUNDRY.
421 SOUII GTil EAST.
SUCCESS JNSURANCI-UTAH BUSI
ncss eollcgo preparation for business
life. Start a course now. Boston bldg..
dy or night. el538
feARCLEY CORSETS ARE LIKE OLD
friends: tbov wear well: made to meas
urements: suarantced to fit. not te break
or rust. Wasatch 3091-W. Competent
pusIncsM women wanted to tako agencies
Hi Utah to;7iia. 40 Woodruff Apt. a 3 4'. 1 4
FREE E.ArPLOYMENT AGENCY. BASE-
ment First Congregational church: we i
ffct you a position froo of charGc. Tele- I
phono CS22. t2773
WANTED A GOOD COOK FOR SMALL
family; apply at 100 Thirteenth TSast.
Mrs. W. P. Klser. m3418
WANTED 3 ALL ROUND LAUNDRY
girls; i;ood wages. Apply ready for
work. Murray laundry. . .nl84
1ST-CLASS GIRL FOR COOKING -AND
housework, no laundry. Was. 1416.
1135 E. So. Temple. n!235
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
small family; good wages. 123 G st.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK:"
no laundry GO So. Sth East nl352
COMPETENT GIRT, FOR GENERAL
housework, f.24 East 3rd South. n135l
GIRLS TO STRIP TOBACCO. APPLY
G2 Wost Second South st. nl34C
YOUNG OR MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN
to care for Invalid lady. One with
knowledge of nursing preferred but not
required. Permanent and SI a .day. be
sides board and room. State partlcu- i
Jars and telephone number. Address I
D-S, Tribune. nl430 J
GOTNG TO TAKE A BUSINESS
course? Bo sure and visit Hcnnger's
Business College before you decide to en
roll elsewhere. Day and night sessions.
Investigate. nl432 J
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE- i
work: good wacs. nice home: refer
ences required. 2P4 E. So. Temple. !
MARKERS A:-i oOlff EKP. WANTED.
S tand? - 2,-IsaHhd ry. Waaatcli-l PjiJiL.
A GbOT) DINING ROOM GIRL. AP
ply 242 2nd East st. n!42S
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework, family of three, good wages,
references required, permanent. Ill
Emery apis. nl301
GIRLS 'WANTED ACCUSTOMED TO
sewinc: machine: apply Mrs. Bywater.
Z. C M. I. overall factory. . nI3P5 j
WANTED GIRL OR WOMAN FOR
general housework. No washing. 372
First avenue. nMSG
GOOD GTRL, GOOD WAGES. li-l f)TH
East. - n14Sl
GIRL FOR CHAMBERMAID. LA
Bertha rooming house. 21G South State.
YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST HOUSE
worlc: 344 So. Iith East. nMOl
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
20 1 East. 3rd South. nl 104
YOUNG GIRL TO HELP WITH
housework: no cooking or'washing. M
First ave. nH.'ffi
TWO WAITRESSES. HOTEL: IDAlYoT
free fare: ?2.r.
Tntermouutain Emp. agency, No.-f; W.
2nd South. y ni l 9P
Wanted Situation: Femallc.
SEWING. PLAIN OR LADIES TAILOR
3ng, by pteco or day. 112 North jMaln.
BUSINESS WOMAN WANTSTO MAN
agc hotel, boarding or rooming house;
will go anywhere good proposition.
Address C-4FI. Tribune. n974
WANTED POSITION AS BOOKKICEP
er and stenographer. Thoroughly com
petent to take entire charge of an office.-
Address .D-11. Tribune nl40t"
FIRST-CLASS WOMAN COOK. MINING
I camp or ranch preferred. Room , Oaks
hotcl ' nl40G
RESPECTABLE LADY WANTSv.POSI
tlon as housekeeper. Address D-13.
GOOD, RELIABLE WOMAN WOULD
like position as housekeeper: no objec
tion to leaving the state. Address D-11.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST LADY'S NECKLACE AND PEN-
dont. pui-nle Etone. Reward. Return to
Tribune office. m2033 ,
LOST WATCH AND FOB WJTH GOLD
medal stato fair. Return luu West
South Temple. Good reward. . J. P'uffer.
15i"-ir.7 West So. Temple, nfi92
LOST BLACK JERSEY COW. UK
turn to 1232 So. Sth East. Reward.
"LOST SMALL BLACK PURSE CON-
talnlnp- unset coral. Return 17 V." 2nd
South. Reward. nl421
GOLD HANDLE POCKET KNIFE WITH'
Initials C- A. W. on handle. Finder
return to Chas. Wlke. flat 3. 122 West
4th South. Reward. n14SQ
dence, 634 9o. Main. Wasatch 2S24-W.
C. 1. SEBER MAKES FURNITURE
auction a specialty- consult in before
idling. Hyland lSll. h22S3
tkxvX, i5b71wan 75 tmi'or-
ter of Japanese dry i:oods, chlnaware.
32S South Main. mJ'J22
CLEANING AND DYEING. I
Garments, Insured. Superior worn.1
Prompt auto delivery Three phonos-vi
574,1 375, !W. 114-1G B. Broadway, brfai
. Wanted Male Help.
A RLE-BODIED MEN WANTED FOR
the U. S. niariiio corpsi between tho
age:; of 10 and an: must bo native born
or havo first papers; monthly pay 515 to
560: additional compensation possible:
food, clothing, quarters and medical
attendance free: after i!0 .'cars service
can rctlro with 75 per cent of pay and
allowances; service on board ahlp and
ashore Ijt fill parts of tho world. Apply
at lj.'s. Marino Corpu Recruiting Office.
loS Main t.. Salt Lake City. Utah. n'J
DANCE LEARN TO DANCE. WALTZ.
two-step, threc-etep, taught in four
lessons. (58 Postofflee place, bot. Main
and West Temple. Dancing Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday nights. Mr. and
Mrs. Woodward, instructors. Lessons
JAPANESE GENERAL AGENCY.
Help of all kinds fnrplshed. Phono Wa- ;
catch 1311. 25G Wost 1st South. f3404
LIEN'S - UNCALLED-FOR TAILOR-
inauo suits and overcoats at a 3acrl
lico Spielberg Tailoring Co., 57 W. Sec
ond South. kl8qi
MEN Ya'NTED TO WEAR OUR
trusses; nt giuirantecd. Rex Drug Co.."
vv. Templo and Broadway. h3273
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. BASE-,
nient First Congregational church. We
get you a -position vrce Of charge. T"1"-!
phono Wasatcn 5822r N t365
TR'O MEN FOR AUTO" IDRTVllJG AND
repairing;, experience unnecessary, Call
73 Postofflee plac. rn2114
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
rtotcl. reFtaunint and household help.
Headquarters for laborers.
?5 West 2nd South. Phono 464.
SHEPPARD'S" EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
' The Red Front." 112 West 2nd South.
Headquarters railroad and mining help,
Wasatch 3534. C1G43
PICItSONAL ATTENTION AND THOR
oughncsH characterise Utah Business
Coljego training. Day and night. BeKin
now. Boston building. si 537
LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE WANTED;
no canvassing or soliciting required:
pood Incomo assured. Address National
Co-pncratlve Realty Co.. N-S27. garden.
Building. Washington. D. C. nl
FIFTY MEN WANTED. " EfGHTH
South and Tenth Iwist: sewer work.
Hotiscr & Sim, contractor.';. " n!34S
VISITORS ARE VELCOME AT HENA
frer'a Business College any day In the
year. Sou us before you decide to enroll
elsewhere Got the best. .. nl-133
WA NTED, YOUNG1 MAN FOR LIGHT
office work; no experience nccossarf.
.Stae salary.T Address -Ei-1 Tribune. J
GOOD T3.0Y WITH WHEEL. DRUG
Store. 2id South and 8th East nl307
Wm&, WGCM RN G ET GO VERNM ENT
parrel pos boobs. 520 week Write for
list of nnsitlonJtiipen. Fninklln Institute
Depft -I2S-A, Rocn-cslt-y N Y. nHS2
ACTt'A'LLT INVESTIGATE THE TTNIT
cdiStates nnvv befof makintr ud vour
mind; yon wouldn't waflLto hclonsr. Find
out for yourself the "" truth about
nnvv pay, hours. pflF Ion. tralniricr.
pleasant oompanlonshB anees to learn
trade's, to save up mH'aud to see the
world. If you're bctKL 17 and 23. call'
at navy rncraltlnc: K(on. Judge blnir..
East 3rd South anR aln streets, Salt
Lake-City, Utah, an-w it this Interesting,
valuable informatiorJr hand. Or write
for free book, "Thwo daklng of a Man-o'-Warsmau."
Tcw'sln simple lanuasre
and clear pictiyrc all about daily life
In the navVj. '(ie. .'Send today to Bureau
of NavinatTon. box 3-"2, Navy Djeparl
ment.,Wafhlngton, D. C. , "" n"S
! FREJ. ILLUSTRATED BOOK TEI.LS'
a,Wjut over SfiO.COO projected positions
IJtrf U. S. sen-Ice: morn than 10,000 vnenn-
i cles every year; there is a big chance
here for you., sure and generous pay. life
time cmnloymrnr: cnsv to cet: Just nsk
I for .booklet C-21?. No obligation. Earl
Hopkins, Washington. D. C :i2
FIRSE-CLASS BARBER. 7SW. 2D S
-1 " nloOfi
Wau te d A erents.
AGENTS. -J.SALESMEN. SOLICITORS.
The MERCHANTS CO-OPERATIVE
ASSOCIATION, in conjunction "with the
Jaeger Vacnum Cleaner; a new sales
system that gets the salos. Yon men
who want something that js worth, your
while, that will 3tart a bank aecouot,
will call on E. Jaeger at the Utah, hotel.
Wednesday between 4 and C p. m. and
i Thursday morning. nlOOO
Wanted Situation Malev.
YOUNfJ ZxTSfFGOOD AlTirSRESS
wquld like to locate with well-established
real estate firm. Has had previ
ous experience. Must guaranteo salarv.
Address C;3!), Tribune. n911
MAIL ORDER EXPERT WOULD LTKE
to- becomo connected wtth Salt Lake
enterprise: can Install mall order svstoni
In any 'line of business. Would like to
securo ii Interview .with any ono Inter
ested. Address A -21, Trlbtuio, mlS73
.sljocrissiiin, salesman wit j t lo"
I cal and road .vpcrlence dcslros posi
tion: references from' all paat omplovcrs
gladiy furnished. Address D-3, Trlbime.
, ; nMOS
.KITCHEN AND FURNACE" 'MAN
Wants work. Wanes? no object for. pood
place. A-35, Tribune. 'tr'm203Q.
SITUATION AS NIGHT CLERK 'VtH
Janitor. A6ilrcsn A-20. Tribune.', mlTyj
EXPERIENCED JANITOR dIIREJ?
position Jcan handle, boiler , or furnace;)
firsl-elass iHy refcrctiuos. .'PJidrio Hyland:
73C-W. . ti ntlO.
BY A YOUNG MAN WITH ,V COUT'LV:
years' ' xperlcne at t'ne ritacblnlst
trade.. fv'Hl take any k'nd of honest m
ploymeJi Address Tribune. ' nl !02
i PTRST-C iSS STENOGRAPHER, E.V
; perlerifi n In law and ''cominereJol work.
Phone .-W :?atch 5f70 , nli07
AS BOC JKEEPER. ASSISTANT Oil
collccjo- C thorough knowledge .Office
work. E. F. Hurdle, Wasatch S73J.W. '
GENTLE. fAN. WANTS POSITION AS
clrk: c u furnish the best references.
Address - Tribune. ! nl."07
, lyj guar; mtcc my great cucccssful
I "Monthly"!, remedy; safely relieves some
I w -chv longysst. most obstinate, abnormal
cases in thrco to five days; no barm.
Ipaln or lnterferenco with. Work; mall
tt.50. DouLle atrongth, $2. 'Dr. B. P.
youthlnartanT Remedy Co., Kaneaa City.
Mo. . cl5
ttM j .
floor, bot wator hert lnnnH '-Hl
asenient. n'Vtf llSnSjftj
IKJIIIWELL & VnCnv i A?.:-cl
ISO MAIN STREEtT 3ROpfr,iJici'
p"Forc J T'aaatch 450-Jmt tho
'.. hast court. Hyland. essthe
B"Pn0-SB aiPDBn COTTAGE." f?cSv
Suflet or phono Wasatch 2789 .Potth
ll'thH W MODERZi;
will sell you on the aamt, teWSKSonT
Dcnham Co., W. 4133. It W. 2nd the
COMFORTABLE HOME. G ROOMSj ffirenqc
bath. laundry and largo garage;- law
nev furnace: moderate rent. ATtfJtiiiatio
premises, S6S First avo. t, nRg Lh
C-ROOM MODERN: GAS . AND- Ijjfe9 !S
A. LARGE STORE; ALSO-ij(
light office rooms, In Uoop&r bids Ica
Wlrthlin, 202 Hooper bldg. ' '
C3.0SE IN: SAVE CAR FARE: 6.Rkd ro
house. Inqulro 35 W. Ctli So" rnTtlAti :
2C3 EAST 4TH Jlfaroen
942.50 3-rooms, basement anfl Kofrei 5
furnace. Apply 400 East 3rd So., taC.lIi
or phono Hyland 371-W. g taSt(R '
FOUR MODERN ROOOMS. CHOJCEaS
cation. 544 East 1st South. 15. tln'
C-RM. MOD. COTTAGE ON WEST Tl?9 -Ple;
large barn. Wasatch 5482. "ftor"
4RM. p, WITH BATH, 471 G.SE!?P '
Wasatch 3012. J.tfpei
li BLOCKS P03TOFFICE, S.tK7t584
modern; 7-room modern. Phorf&WjMfrhc
. , ( TTbu t
SEVEN-ROOM MODERN IfMunc
with bath, laundri'. fnrnacn, eUW c:
E. 2nd So.. -Kent 540. Tel. a8'l 's
HOUSE, f. JjARGE ROOMS AtAforeg
4..S E. Broadway. Apply onrPreftiKVf
or .T.-A. Bush, 21S D. Fi Wtdo.Vn! for
23 HOU3ES. ALL KTNDS ANwAed
Tuttlo Bros. Co.. 159 Main st rfMce f
3-ROOM MODERN WITH GAS RA'jEf6'
rear 22G N. 1st W. - sj:
MODERN. .1 ROOMS ANTyBATH-VllC
per month: ZZ 1C Gth SO'utl' '.KTo
P. O. Perkins. Scmloli Ifotcl. ,
For Eent: Houses. Punisfie(Ma1'l(:
0th So. WaB.o249rw. ' 1"
THREE-ROOM TERRACE MODHl f.tf
except heal, with two disappear! snTit
beds, $20 per mo.: Sth So. and 6th Ea
Phono Hy.la:i S32G-J. raSI
FOUR-ROOM BUNGALOW. CLOSE 1 VX
Call mornlnga. 232 3rd ave. m2l r)
'4 ROOMS. BATH, PANTY, E. L. tiA
CIoso in, n. o.. 527. Phono Waaat
J L m
C-ROOM MODERN HOUSE FURNISH!
- complete; north bench; reasonable W axatj
sateh 2654 -W. D Mta-t1
. j-om t
4 ROOMS. MODERN, ALSO 2 "ROOM u'"l
v 42i 2rd ICast. 118 J13
3 ROOMS. $3.00. INQUIRE 1023 S (j0m
7th East. n9 , t5
NICELY FURNISHED .'-ROO.Ar IIQUS1
reasonable to right party; reference y
Uylund 2105-M. nU
!-RM. MODERN FURNISHED HOUS c,nai
for winter; reasonable to right partlp
01S Laird ave. nl4i .e j,
4-ROOM NEW. ALL MOD., 421 LOYI
dale St., 4th S.. bet. 3d and 4th Taw
WANTED A COUP'CE TO SUAfj
. nicely furnished cottage with a coup! ''ulu
Hyland 3QS0-J. ?e u
f BOARD "AND ROOM.
Rooma, ?I.6o up. Rear 111 ii Seew 3lv
Eouth. Ml ( No
NICE FURNISHED ROOMS AJi
board; gentlemen only. 234 So. 2ai
DESIRABLE MOD. ROOMS THS ' J
board, home cooldng. 924 E. 2nd t
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS. "WTatd .
board. 2SC So. Srd-East. nni
.WANTED 3 OR 4 NICE TOUNO StdEflvlt
or women to board and room 'WJcrsii
private family. Close in. Rooms
heated and plenty of hot and cold wj .
Call Wasatch 22SGM. "'b ,1
BOARD AND ROOM. IJ54 E. SO. TEiKic
plo: can accommodato four adulUL,M.sta
children. " Sltb
F17RNTSHED ROOM,. SUITABLE ftuo
fjcntlemen, w'th dr"wIthout board. tl,
So. Cth EasL Hyland 1G20. utl
FOR ONE OR TWO, WITH TB6i
forls of a pleasant home. Call
CJSAN. SUNNY , ROOMS. GOOg A
board, small famlh", nice home. Kg 1
furnace: 773 E. 1st So. J'JV,
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED RjWMJ jB;
with or without board: strictly mode"'
private family; reasonable 24- u -? i
Temple. Wasatch 43ir,-J. 6
BOARD AND ROOM. 121 SO. ISTWJj t&'i
S5.0Q.. ji: h 1
ROOM WITH BOARD IN NICE.HOWFj.
1l.,So. 4th East.
' CARPET 05225l3P
clpanlng. S. L. Carpet Cleanla -jKfd
7th East. i!LQt
tee. Mrs. Mann. 7b' W. 4tb. No- "ft l
4C87, ' M'J
EYE, EAR, NOSE H?e
a', auilst: spectacles accurately '"jJMfA
dltflcult cases solicited.
00 AIi anSB!BSM
. and kindling. 165 Kast 4th So""1" ajj .