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F V THE SkLT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16, 1913. f M
V v f . i ' i sK
r OGDEN DEPARTMENT
.OFFICE 2582 WASHINGTON AVENUE. PHONE W.
Office Hours C a. m. to 10:30 a. m.; 3 p. m. to 8 p. lm.
Divine Takes Exception to
View Thai Business Men
Should Be Favored.
Special tc The Tribune.
OGDEN. Jun. 15. Taking exception to
tlio recent declaration of President H.
M. Rowe of the Weber club, that busi
ness men, bclnfr thone who pay the
tuxes, should have what they want In
the line of legislation, the Rev. (.. F.
RasKwcller. pastor of the First Methodist
church, has taken issue wltn tne Com- j
mercial club official. For tho basis of
his objection he taken the following quo
tation from President Kowe s annual ad
dress; I might even go no far as to say
that tills club Is really the city of
Ogdcn. What the. men warn wno
have money invested In the city, tuej
should have. These arc the men who
nay the taxes. Wo should ctrlvo to
make Ogdcn a labor center again,
for the worklngman's patronage is .
as essential to our prosperity as the
j-atronago from any other source.
Having but recently come to Ogden,
th0 pastor Is curious to know whcthci
or not this Is really the policy In this
cits. In taking iasuo. with President
Rowe, the minister haa asked the fol
Is it tnio that only moneyed men
should bo consulted ai to our city
government and that they should
havo whatever they want? Is it true
that the masses havo nothing to sayr
If. for Instance, business should find
it proflUblo to conduct late-at-night
institutions that make t raveling on
the streets unsafe, Is It true that, trie
common pedestrian has no right to
be heard? If business wants to do
ihat which will ruin the youth of
the citv. is It true that the parents
. - - "'among" the common people havo
nothing to say?
Is It true that the people wno nom
inally pay the taxes really bear the
tax burden? Does not the landlord
add It to the rent and the merchant
add It to hlH price, so that the con
sumer and the renter, having no way
' to unload, bear it themselves.'
Shouldn't they, then, be the ones to
have what they want also?
It la tlie opinion of the minister that
it Is not ven- good policy to spread
broadcast the information that Ogden.
-lcidrlng to succeed by drawing good
worklngmen. Is willing to grant to the
employers only the right to legislate In
1-VMRS. HELEN ATCOX DIES.
Eternal Peace Comes to Aged Woman
J After Years of Suffering.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 13. Mrs. Helen Atcox,
aged SO years, died at the home of her
dauphier. Mrs. Clara D. Banford, 101
Thirty-third street, at an early hour this
morning, following a long illness. For
the ast seven years the aged woman
J had been a sufferer from paralysis. She
was born in Lanton, England, December
1. 1S2S. coming to this country at an
early age. She had resided with the
daughter In this city slnco last June.
A son reside In New York. Bishop D.
If Ensign will conduct the funeral serv
ices In the Llndqulst chapel at 2 o'clock
Friday afternoon. Interment in the Og
dcn City cemetery.
I ADVISES CAUTION.
Billiard Cues or Wine by Parcel Post
Not to Sender's Advantage,
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Jan. 13. Until tlio system
in better operating condition, Assistant
Postmaster Rufus Green docs not deem
it advisable to send fragile articles by
parcel post. As it in necessary to sack
all packages at present, the usual caro
cannot be exercised In handling fourth
class matter. Although tho system lias
been in operation only two weeks, many
urtlcles havo been broken or damaged,
according to tho local official.
Only a few day ago a billiard cue.
consigned to the Weber club by parcel
post, was found to be cracked; a bottle
of wine sent through the mails as fourlh
elaas matter was broken, but had been
.sufficiently packed to guard against
damage to other packages. It has been
-shown in the operation of the svstcm
In this locality that ono of the greatest
conveniences Is afforded country physi
cians, who are enabled to telephone pre
scriptions to drug stores and have tho
medicine sent to the patient by the'next
I MERCY TURNS SCALES.
Judge Will Investigate Case of Man Who
Admits Stealing Coal.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Jan. 15. Representing that he
Had been ill much of tho winter and that
his wife and children had abo suffered
from sickness and lack of proper care,
Marion Mangum. who resides on Pacific
avenue near Twenty-ninth street, plead
ed guilty before Judge W. U. Reedcr this
morning to the charge of stealing ten
pounds of coal which he had picked up
along the Oregon Short Line trackB.
. . Judge Reedcr. In spite of the man's
NO REASON FOT IT
When Salt Lake Oity Citizens Show a
There can be uo reason why any
reader of this who suffers tho tortures
or :ni aching bad;, the annoyance of
urinary disorders, the paiiiB and flan
jcrs 0f kidney ills will fail to heed the
words of a neighbor who has found
relief. Head what a Salt Lake City
A. II. Sturhahu. 27-i Xorth Second
West street, Salt L-ako Cit3', Utah,
ays: 'Tor several years T had sevcro
kidney complaint. My back bothered
me and was lamo and sore. This
trouble often laid me up and kept mo
Hj t'rem work. 1 used different remedies,
P but nothing scorned to do me any good
until I used Doan's Kiduoy Pills.
This romcdy gave me relief and con
Hj acquenlly I can recommend it very
For ulc at Sebramm-Jobnsou's
Drug Stores, Salt Lake City, Utah, and
L by all dealers. Trice 50c. Foster-3I.il-M
) Jllirn Co'j Buffalo, New York, fc'ole
confession of gulll, connldcrcd the mat
ter ouo deserving of Investigation and
laid the case over at tho request of As
sistant City Attorney J. O. Hcywood.
The Judge made the statement that tho
charge most certainly would he dismissed
If tho conditions represented by Man
gum were found to be true.
TALE IS DOUBTED.
Alleged Centenarian Is Cared for by
Special to' The Tribune.
OGDEN, Jan. 15. G. D. Folk num. who
has charge of the pauper affairs for the
county commissioners, was called upon
today to Investigate the case of Peter
Morrison, an aged man who Is now ncliitj
cared for at the local headquarters of
the Salvation Army. Morrison declares
that ho Is 100 years old, that he has
voted for every president from Andrew
Jack-son to Tart and Is a veteran of the
Mexican and civil wars, but is tmablc to:
secure aid from the pension department i
because he had his papers stolen rrom
The old man is endeavoring to make1
his way to Marysvllle. Cal.. where hoi
says ho has a ranch. While ho has sons
In New York who are well able to caro
for him, according to his own story.
Morrison 13 too proud to call upon them
for assistance. Clerk Folkman regards
his story as very improbable, but may
recommend assistance In getting tho old
man to his destination.
Granted License to Wed.
Special to Tho Tribune. ,
OGDEN-. Jan. 15. A marriage license
was granted todav to Louis V. Valentine,
of Detroit. Mich., and Esther E. Jones,
Has New Style Pump.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN". Jan. 15. Having hit upon a
new system for supplying water pressure
in residences which muf t depend upon
wells or other prcssureloss source for
tho water supply, Brig Ballantyne, of tho
Ogdcn Plumbing & Heating oompuny. has
arranged to manufacture and Install hla
device on a commercial scale. T.hc fea
ture of the device Is a pump without
movable parts. By means of a tank
system and water jacket In the kitchen
range or rurnacc, Mr, Ballantyne has
perfected a device whereby It will be
possible for the farmer to equip his res
idence with a pressure water system.
The inventor has not yet secured a
Witnesses Fail Accused.
Special to The Tribune
OGDEN", Jan. 15. Leo Doxcy, sentenced
to serve twenty days for tho theft of a
suit of clothes during the Parry building
fir.-, failed today to produce corrobora
tive evidence that he was told to take
the suit bv Ray Brown, a cltv fireman.
As a rcsuit he will not evade the sen
tence Imposed bv Judge W. H. Reedcr.
Roy Evans and J. W. Andrews, the two
men brought in as witnesses at Doxcy's
request, denied having heard Fireman
Brown tell the young man to appropriate
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Jan. 15. In accordance with
a. request from the directors of the state
organization. President IT. M. Rowe has
appointed C. R. Holllngsworlh, George J.
Kelly and T. J. Stllwell to represent
tho Weber club at the meeting of the
; Utah Automobile association In Salt "Lake
tomorrow. Matters pertaining to pros-
I pective legislation will be discussed.
I Wife May Relent.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 15. Henry Sanborn, held
under $1500 bonds, charged with a mur
derous assault upon his wife last Satur
day night, was turned over to Sheriff E.
E. Harrison by the police today and is
lodged In the county jail. The prisoner
feels confident that his father will furnish
security on the bond, enabling him to se
cure his release from jail tomorrow. Mrs.
Sanborn has returned to Pocatello and
will not appear against her husband, who
lias engaged a prominent criminal law
yer of Salt Lake and is planning to make
! a hard legal fight.
Has Franchise Amended.
OGDEN", Jan. 15. Upon the represen
tation of C. A. Boyd that it would be
impossible under the termB ot tne orig
inal gas franchise to finance tho project,
the city commissioners this, morning
passed another franchise, identical with
tho first except that the maximum rate
Is fiNed at 51.10 per 1000 cubic feet. The
company will make its ovi regulations
respecting the price when it la lower
than this rate.
Mr. Boyd is reasonably certain that the
now ordinance will be acceptable to
those Interested In the enterprise
Persons troubled with partial paraly
sis are often very much benefited by
massaging the affected parts thoroughly
when applying Chamberlain's Liniment.
This liniment also relieves rheumatic
pains, For sale by Schrainm-Johnson,
DrugH, "the nevcr-substitutors," iivo
(5) good store?. (Advertisement)
Suffrage in South Dakota.
PIERRE, S. D.. Jan. 15. The equal
suffrage constitutional amendment car
ried In tho senate today with but two
opposing votes. This was the first time
it has gone through without a light.
A dry, hacking cough is hard on the
lungs, "often causing Ihom to bleed.
Ballard's jrorchound Syrup is a heal
ing balm that quickly repairs damago
in the lungs and air passages. Price
25c, 50c and 1.00 por bottle. Sold by
Schramm-Johnson, Drugs, iivo (5) good
FAILS IN ATTEMPT
TO COMMIT SUICIDE
SAN" FRANCISCO. Jan. 15. W. J.
Urquhart. who flrst claimed to be a rail
road man out of Salt Lake City, but
later stated that he was employed bv
tho Guggenhelma in Utah, attempted
to ond his life tonight with a revolver.
The gun falling, he was about to
throw himself from tho third storv
of an office building when rescued bv
tenante. The ambulance was called and
Uiquhart taken to tho emergency hos
pital and later removed to the detention
hospital and placed In a strait jacket.
The physicians pronounced his case one
of alcoholism. Urquhart haa been con
nected with the managomciit of one of
the most exclusive apartment houses
here for some time.
MEET TO DISCUSS
Members of the Autoinobllo rlub of
Utah and others will meet tonight at the
Commercial club to discuss the promo
tion of the Midland Trail association and
the Utah link of the proposed llrst official
transcontinental highway It is under
stood that chief among the matters to
be taken u will be ways and means of
securing an adequate appropriation from
the legislature to assist In building
Utah's portion of the highway. Counties
affected by th0 proposed route alo will
be asked to get In line and give both
moral and financial support.
L. H. FARNSWORTH IS
BANK'S VICE PfetSHpENTl
m!?nC,fn,C0Unt PulVl WcdnVday
morning of the annual nicalng of Vaftf-r
Bros. Bankers, the name o' r.. H FarnsV
worth was inadvertently pmlttcd. TlX
corrected list of the offices of the bnk
follows: Pn-sldent M. Hj Walker; vim
president, L,. H. Kawawortli: canhicr, l.
O. Howard assistant enfchlcr. .loim LL I
Walktif; assistant cahlr. W--J
AoorhJS: assistant easlileii-- I
berlaffi fijiM Jli
Officials Refuse to Divulge
Nature of Proposed Im
provements. The Enamel Brick & Concrete company
of Utah has been reorganized with C. A.
Day, a prominent Chicago capitalist as
president and Unanelal head. The re
organized firm lllcd articles of incorpor
ation yesterday. Increasing Its capitali
sation from $200,000 to $1150,000 and will
henceforth ho known as the Enamel
Brick it Concrete Co.
Mr. Day has been one of the financial
: heads of the Marshall Field Co.. In Chl
1 cago, for many yours, and is Interested
In a number of western enterprise?. He
i owns the larso cement plant northwest
of Urigham City, and has InvcMed large
ly In thai Industry In the west.
N'cphi L. Mori Is, secretary of the firm,
said last night, however, that, there would
be no amalgamation of the Day plant In
terests near Brlghani City and the hold
ings of the reorganized linn. "Wo mere
ly Increased our capitalization incident
to Mr. Day's investment in order that
we might huvc ample money to extend
and develop our business," said Mr. Mor
ris . "The increase is fully paid and tho
directorate has been increased to meet
tho demands of a growing business."
Col. D. C. Jackling of this city, also
is ono of the prime financial backers of
the concern, and appears In the articles
as vice-president of the company. The
firms' holdings at present consist prin
cipally of four acres at Ninth South and
Sixteenth West, where it has established
a brick ractory for manufacture and dis
tribution: and 125 acres at Sandy;
where It obtains Its supply of materials
for concrete. Secretary Morris said that
although no definite announcement of
the company's plans could be given out
at the present time, wide improvements
wore contemplated to cover an Increas
ing market due to business development.
The Farmers & Stoekgrowors Bauk.
ftho People's Bank." will open iis
doors tor business Monday, .January
20, laiS. at No. 24 Fast First So.uth
street. The opening dnv will be a
splendid time to iJirt a commercial or
savings account, "with us-.
( A ihrorllsnmii'i N
IN" THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for the district of Utah.
In the -matter of George Daniel Barrett,
bankrupt. No. 131)5 in bankruptcy.
Petition for discharge.
To tho Uonorablo John A. Marshall,
judge of the district court of the United
Slates for the district of Utah:
George Daniel Barrett of Salt Lake City.
In the county of Salt Lake nml slate of
Utah, In said district, respectfully repre
sents that on tho 21th day of Febru
ary last past, he was duly adjudged
bankrupt under the acts of congress re
lating to bankruptcy: that he has duly
surrendered all his property and rights
of property, and has fully complied with
all the requirements of said acts and of
the orders of the court touching his
Wherefore he prays that ho may bo
decreed by tho court to havo a full dis
charge from all debts provable against
his estate under said bankrupt acts, ex--cept
such debts as are excepted by law
from such discharge.
Dated this llth day of January. A, D.
GEORGE DANIEL. BARRETT.
ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON.
District of Utah.
On this 15th day of January, A. D.
1915, on reading the foregoing petition,
it is ordered by the court that a hear
ing bo had upon the same on the 30th
day of January, A. D. 1013, before said
court at Salt Lake City, In said district,
at 10 o'clock in tho forenoon: and that
notice thereof "be published In The Salt
Lake Tribune, a newspaper printed In
Bald district, and that all known credi
tors and other persons In Interest may
appear at the said time and place and
show cause, If any they have, why the
prayer of the said petitioner should not
And It Is further ordered by the court
that the clerk shall send by mall to all
known creditors copies of said petition
and this order, addressed to them at
their places of residence as stated.
Witness the Honorable John A. Mar
shall, Judgo of the said district court,
and tho seal thereof, at Salt Lake City,
In said district, on the 15lh day of Janu
ary. A. D. 1013.
Attest; JERROLD R. LETCHER,
(Seal of court) Clerk.
DIVIDEND NO. 1.
Eagle & Blue Bell Mining Company.
Mines located In Tintlc mining district,
Notice is hereby given to the stock
holders of the Eagle & Blue Bell Mining
company, a Utah corporation, that divi
dend No. 1, of five cents per share, has
been declared by the board of directors
upon the outstanding capital stock of
the Eagle & Blue Bell Mining company,
payable February , 1013, to stockholders
of record January 25. 1013. Transfer
books close January 25, 1913, at noon.
Stockholders who hold certificates under
original capitalization arc requested to
exchange their certificates for proper
certificates made necessary by amend
ments to tho articles of Incorporation
adopted by the stockholders and In force.
Dated January 15. 1013.
JAMES P. GRAVES. President.
SYDNEY S. M1LLETT. Treasurer.
ASSESSMENT NO, 3.
Illder Nevada Copper company. Prin
cipal place of business, Salt Lake City,
Utah. Location of mlnea. Lander county,
Notice is hereby given that at a meet
ing of tho board of directors of the
Hldcr Nevada Copper company, held on
the 15th day of November. 1312, assess
ment No. 3 of one-half (3) cent per
share was levied upon tho capital stock
of the corporation, issued and outstand
ing, payable Immediately to tho secre
tary at his office, caro of McCornlck &
Co.'s bank, corner First South and Main
strcot, Salt Lake City. Utah.
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on Friday, the 20th
day of December, 1912. will be delinquent
and advertised for salo at public auction,
and unless payment is made bcfoiv, will
be sold on Saturday, the llth dav of
January. 1913. at 4 o'clock p. 111.. al the
secretary's office, to pay the delinquent
assessment thereon, together with the
costs of advertising and expense of sale.
t JNO. J. MORRIS. Secretary.
First publication November 22. 1912.
At a meeting of the directors o.' the
Hldcr Nevada Copper company, held at
McCornlck & Co.'s bank on Wednesday,
the 18th day of December, 1912. the date
of delinquency for tho payment of as
sessment No. 3 ran extended from De
cember 20, 1912. to Wednesday the 2flth
day of February. 1913.
JNO. J. MORRIS. Sccrclai v.
The United States Government la
about to Inaugurate a plan for the
upbrccdlng of a, vast number of Indian
ponies on the several Navajo Indian Res
ervations in Arizona and New Mexico bv
Introducing a number of grade stallions
of draft typo, preferably Perchcron, range
Vr1"?'".' nt Un ;,,tltudo of not less than
jr.OO fool. Persons having such animals
for sale can procuro specifications and
full nformation by applying at once to
Charles I.,. Davlc. Supervisor of Farmln;
Room No. 500 Klttrcdgc Building. Denver!
SIGNS AND SCENERY.
OH AS. l'r:TEKSON?-0UlC
1 brass, chipped glasa and painted. Phon
j Wasatch 1503. ,28
ARMSTRONG In this city, January 15,
1913, from fracture of the spine. Albert
B. Armstrong, born March 2. 1S'3, in
England, .ton.' of William B. Armstrong:.
The funeral services will bo held Sunday
at 12:15 p. in. sharp from the Seventeenth
ward chapel, and will be conducted by
Bishop Stanley of tho Poplar Grove wurd,
oT which the deceased was a member.
Friends are Invited 10 attoml, and can
call at I he father's residence, 1132 Weft
First North street, when the casket will
bo opened on the day of the funeral from
0:30 to 1 1 -30 a. m. Interment hi the City
CMSSOLD At . n IocjiI hospital, Jiinu-
ary II, 1913, or cancer, Mrs. Mary Mor
ran Cllssold, aged (0 year. Funeral
services will be hold" Sunday. January IS.
at 2 p. m.. In the Twenty -'first ward
chapel. Friends wishing to lew the re
mains may call at U10 residence of Mrs.
Clam Maligna u, 172 .1 street, between
tho hours of 11 a. m. and I p. m. on the
dav of funeral. Friends Invited. Inter
ment in City ceiliclcry
RF.MEL At the family residence. 19t'
West North Temple street, January Ifi.
1913, of u'ull stones. Eliza lluiuel, wife of
William Rumcl, born May 31, 1S59. In
American Fork. Funeral services Friday
at 11 si. 111.. from the. residence of hrr
daughter. Mrs. A. F. Smith. 712 Ent
Twelfth South street. Near friends of tlio
family are invited to attend the funeral
services. Interment in tins City cemetery.
ROCK WOOD In a local hospital, thlscll.
January 13, 1913, of cancer of the nlom
ath. .Moses P. Rockwooil of C'cntefvIlK.
Utah, son of tho late Albeit P. and A(i
gelliie Rockwood, old-time members ,f
the Twelfth ward, this oltj. The rcmaijis
are at the funeral parlors of Joseph Win.
Taylor, 25 South West. Temple street. In
terment will take placo at Cenlervll c.
Time and place will he announced later,1
SA-NDSTROM At a local hospital. Jaiii-
ary 13, 1912, of peritonitis-. HcliiCr
Sunilstrom. aged 31 years, a natlvo of
Sweden. Funeral services will be hld
1'ldny, January 17. 1:1 13, at the mortu
ary cliapol of S. M. Taylor & Co., ,53
East First South trect. beginning at' 2
p. m. Friends Invited. Interment tin
City cemetery. I
WILSON At 1706 South Eleventh Eit
.street, January II, 1013. of general Je
blllly. Margaret M. Wilson, agcdjSO
years, a natlvo of England. Shu Mm
the widow of the mv John Wilson Que
daughter, Sirs. Elizabeth A. "Redden for
this city, survives her. Kuuoral in
nouncement later. 1
CARLSON In this city January 15,
Carl Peter Carlson, aged 92 years, fat
tho family residence rear 550 So. Teith
East street Body at the parlors of
Ebcr W. Hull. Funeral notice latcr.i
FUNERAL NOTICE j
KRAEMEIt The body of Edward L.
ICraemcr who died at Midvalc, UUh,
January 13, 1913. will be shipped fm
O'Donnell & company's chapel this after
noon to Denver for interment. Frlqiris
wishing to view the body may do so fioin
10 to 3 o'clock. (
OLSON The funeral of Hrum Olion.
who died In this city January 11. 1?13.
in his twenty-second year, will be. icld
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from it he
Qualtrough-Alleolt funeral parlors, (514
South Main street. Interment pity
HARRIS The funeral of James Wlliam
Harris, who died In this city Janiary
13, 1913, in his eighty-seventh year, will
be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock rom
tho Twentieth ward chapel. Internent
City cemetery i
R O ODONNELU u!?DERTAjSr7
and embalmer, has moved to new lica
tlon. L'25-227 South West Temple stneL
Realty bldg. Phone 5S0. d393
EBER W. HALL. UNDERTAKER JND
embalmer. 164 So. West Temple. Ploiia
C05. j 43
LARKIN-HULL UNDERTAKING OM
pany; modern chapel parlors. 255 So.
2nd East. Wasatch 5132. Open dny'and
C. H. BANKS, UNDERTAKER ND
embalmer, Hi State, Murray. Plone
Murray 347. (i90S
Bt. Phono 106. Cut flowers and fu
neral dcslQSk. (1632
THE LEADING FLORIST. W. W. KNO,
214 E 2nd So. Phono 37, b297
LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROJjj R.
McKenslc. Display yards. 442 So. Sata.
from greenhouse. Poller-Walton Co..
274 State. i;3731
will ship car 11. 11. GOODS Tii.os
Angeles and one to Chicago and oe to
Portland, and ono to Florida nes ten
days; very reasonable rates. Klmbal Van
& Storage Co., 72 So. Main. '-'80S
WESTERN JUNK & j
Metal company. Highest prices pal for
coppcr. brass, rubber, bottles, etc. hone.
Hyland 23l0. 1041 So. State st. 12991
FURNITURE OK ALL KINDS wlNT
ed; will pay you first-class pried H.
C, Fisher & Bobbins, 165 So. W. Triple.
Wasatch 5171. e253
UTAH JUNK CO.. HIGHEST I ICE
i paid for Iron, brass, rags, bottlcsvub
ber, copper, etc. 810 So. 4th West. 10110
Wasatch 229. IS73
ACT WISELY. :
Prepare for cold snaps by havingour
footwear well repaired.
MONARCH SHOE REPAIRING b..
21 E. Second South. Wasatch J83.
A FEW UNCLA IMED TAILOR- DK
suits and overcoats at a bain
Spielberg Tailoring Co., 57 W. 2i So.
TO DO TOUR UPHOLSTERING ND
mattress renmklntr. Utah Bcdoig &
Mfg. Co. Phone 3SC. b2Q2
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SEOND
hand furniture, rarpetr. stoves, funk)
and valises. Wasatch S9G. g3378
YOUR OLD CLOTHING- WILL ILT,
Salvation Army. Phone. t2191
ALL KINDS OF HOUSEHOLD OODS
wenlcd Tel. Wa?. 3fi2o. );10S4
ALL UNION MEN TO WEAR OR !2
nnd $3 UNION-MADE hats. "IHs or
Merit " Merit Hat Co.. S1-S3 E. $ So.
rHGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SEb.VD
hand fuivilture. carpets, cool: (ove!.
ranyes. ti:::k. Wim, S9R. jn?29S
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN i)R A
dramatic 'ompau.v tonrlne: Idal ni.d
Utah: lor.g jng:,c,fr."nt. Addrc 3r.i
Kensington ave.. Salt Lnko Citv. n22CS
CATTLE. ANY KIND. YOUNG AN; FAT
calves, poultry. 7 k.n 'wo .TorM oiil!.
for sendee. Cows fetchrd. A. T.Jaun
derB. phone Hyland 2374-J. Res 1415
55. Main. n31l0
Wanted to Buv Real Eate
A PRACTICALLY NEW S-llM. (OD
ir:i home In choice -residence litlon:
will consider northeast or sonthei por
tions of citv only. X, W. Clayton .. in
Main (uustalrsl. nllSO
WANTED TO BUV -LOT AND DUSE
on Ninth East street, off Nlntlfiouth.
Give complete delnlln and exart. Fatlon
and terms. Addrcro C 33. Trine
"Try a Tribune y
'"Want Ad" -Why?
J did, find I hod so many re
plies il was hard to choose. It is .
Ilu: only way lo get in touch wilh ;
lite vury best opportunities.
GIRLS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. AP
PLY READY FOR WORK AT 8 A. M.
AND 1 P. Tsf. DAILY. TROY LAUNDRY,
121 SOUH 6TI-I EAST.
SUCCESS INSURANCE UTAH Busi
ness college preparation for business
life. Start a course now. Boston bldg..
day or night. Ioa
BARCLEY CORSETS ARE LIKE OLD
friends; they wear well; made to meas
urements: guaranteed to fit. not to break
or rust. Wasatch 3091-W. Competent
business women wanted lo take agene es
in Utah towns. 10 Woodruff Apt. Q"lJ
FREEEMPLOYMENT AGENCY. BASE
mcnl First Congregational church: wo
get you a position froo of charge. 1 ele
phono C322. t2'73
WANTED 3 ALL ROUND LAUNDRY
girls; good wages. Apply ready tor
work. Murray laundry. nia
1ST-CLASS GIRL FOR COOKING AND
housework, no laundry. Was. H46.
1133 E. So. Temple. n!23o
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK'
no laundry- CO So. Sth ICast. nl352
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. G2I East 3rd South. nl351
YOUNG OR MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN
to care for Invalid lady. Ono wilh
knowledge of nursing preferred but not
required. Permanent and 51 a day. be
sides board and room. State particu
lars and telephone number. Address
D-S, Tribune. nl430
GOING TO TAKE A BUSINESS
course? Be sure and visit Hcnagcr's
Business College before you decide to en
roll elsewhere. Day and night sessions.
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL T-IOUSE-work;
good wages, nice, home; refer
ences required. 291 E. So. Temple.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework, family of three, good wages,
references required, permanent. 11
Emery apts. n!391
GIRLS' WANTED ACCUSTOMED TO
scwlnu machine: apply Mrs. Bywator.
Z. C M. T. overall factory. nl395
WANTED GIRL OR WOMAN FOR
general housework. No washing. 372
First avenue. nl4SS
GOOD GIRL, GOOD WAGES. 64 0TH
YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST HOUSE
work. 341 So. llth East. 11MIH
TWO WAITRESSES. HOTEL: IDAHO:
free fare: $25.
Intermountaln Emp. agency. No. 3 W
2nd South. nl-199
WA NT E D COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework: trood wages; re far -cnceP
required. 1257 2nd ave. nl399
WANTED 15 CLOAK SALESLADIES
at once. Scgll's Sample Store, 3S So.
WA NTED MIDDLE-AGED EXPEJlf
enced chambermaid. Apply Belmont
CORNS WHY SUFFER? THAT CORN
removed free of ehnrgo. evenines and
Sundays. Dr. Edwards. Chiropodist. Tiii
So. W. Temple. nl570
CO MPETENT AUnnLE-AOED WOMAN
to .issIfI with hwwvork and care of
children. Apply at 122 K st. nl57(l
ooor girl for nENEP vrT norpi-'-
wo '; no Innndrv. Phono Wnsateh 35i
11 in E So. Temple, nl5fi4
GIRL WHO CAN COOK; SMALL FA"
lv. Apt. 1. Prescott. nl505
Wanted Situation Female.
ago hotel, boarding or rooming house;
will go anywhere if good proposition.
Address C-45. Tribune. p97l
FIRST-CLASS WOMAN COOK. MINING
enmp or ranch preferred. Room 5. Oit-:
RESPECTABLE LADY WANTS posi
tion as housekeeper. Address D-V',.
GOOD, RELIABLE WOMAN WOULD
like position an housekeeper: no objec
tion to leaving the state. Address D-14.
TRAINED NURSE WANTS CONFINE
111 cut case nr practical nursing: reliable-
charges moderate. Address D-'.'l
LADY AND DAUGHTER WISHES TO
take ehiirgt. of mining camp for .snin
ir: will do all necessary work. Ilvlmui
YOUNG LADY DESIRE? POsTt'04V;
od nofinno '"or i",ivlni !" i.-ep
small sot of books. Wasatch 1337-M
NUisi. "WAVTS WORK IN OR OUT
clv: will t" invnlld rc"----
nlile. Addrej-t; D-17. Tribune. 11 1. ISO I
LA Dv WrSTTES Pfi:iTlOv S o?mc
or housekeeper. Address D-20, TrP j
Wanted to Buy.
WANT E D-VcTb U YGOO 1J Tr.UO
hand :co box and meat block for meat
market. Wasatch 1971. :1502
W A NT ED - S ECON D- II A ND PIANO;
must be In good condition; reasonable
Address D-22. Tribune. nl50i
WANTED A GOOD SECOND-HAND
bicycle . Call Wasatch 5205-R. nl595
' Wa.-"-i--Tn P.o-nt.
3-room modern, wcll-furnlshed ant
1. h.. close In. reasonable. W. W Fl
lens, 23S So. 2nd East. nl l'si
WANTED TWO OR THRICE H. K
rooms within roup blocks, of Salt L'ikp
theater. Address D-23. Tribune, nlGOO
2 OR 3 NICE UNFURNISHED ORFUrT j
. ulshcd rooms clo?e in. Address D-10
plant. Printing, Binding. Office Sud-
Pllea and Furniture. Legal Blanks, '66
W. 2nd So, Exchange 20" k!25
Wanted fie Help.
the U. S. marlncprps. between tho
ages of 59 and 35: lat bo natlvo born
or havo llrst papersjionthly pay $15 lo
$09; additional con?nsatIon possible;
food, clothing, quaks and medical
attendance free: aft(:'0 years' service
can retire with 75 r cent of pay and
allowances; service I board ship and
ashore In all parts iUie world. Apply
at U. 8 Marine Coil Recruiting Office.
16S Main st.. Salt IJo City. Utah. n3
DANCE LEARN TCDANCE. WALTZ.
two-ntcp. throo-st taught In four
lesHOtit!. CS Postoffli place, bet. Main
and West Temple. Dancing Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturd nlghta. Mr. and
Mra. . Woodward, ltructors. Lessoua
dally. J m2445
JAPANESE GENjtAL AGENCY.
Help of all kinds fnlsbcd. Phone Wa
catcli 1311. 250 Wclst South. f3404
MEN'S UNCALLifFOR TAILOR
made suits and owoals at a sacri
fice. Spielberg Tallofe Co., 57 W. Sec
ond South. L klS04
MEN WANTED b WEAR OUR
trusses, fit guarantlL, Rex Drug Co..
W. Templo and Broafay. h3279
FREE EMPLOYMENASHNCY. BA3E
ment First Congrcfilaml church We
get you a position ti f charge Tole
phono Wasatch 5S22. ( t3(55
TWO M"EN FOR AUD pRrVING AND
repairing; c.pei1encl uiiccessary. Call
73 Postofllco place. ( m2114
STROCICS EMPLOYIEtT AGENCY
Hotel, rostaurant ati luschold help.
Headquarters ft' iboreni.
C5 Wt 2ad South. I Phone 4G4.
SHEPPARD'S EMPLGYSiNT AGENCY
"The Red Front." IE -nl 2nd South.
Hcadquartors railroad' ar mining help
Wasatch 353 j ol543
PERSONAL ATTEN'llOiAND THOR
oughness charactcrlai Itah Business
Collego training Daji a night. Bccln
now. Boston building. a!537
FIFTY MEN WAk'It). EIGHTH
South and Tenth Bistj sewer work.
Houscr & Sim, pontnito nl34S
VISITORS ARE TnTJCOE AT HENA
gcr's Business Cohere y day In the
year. See us before you clde to enroll
elsewhere- Get the best. nl433
WANTED. YOUNG MA "IFOR LIGHT
office work; no oxperi'co necessary.
Stato salary. Address 152, Tribune.
5 I 1,1,33
GOOD BOY WITH fcWSEL. DRUG
store. 2nd South and SjEast. nl397
MEN. WOMEN GET IVERN'MENT
parcel irost jobs. $20 -vk. Write for
list of oosltlons open. (Frxlin Institute.
Dept. 42S-A. .Rochester. Ip". nMS2
CORNS WHY SUFFlfli?)'ITATiorTN
removed free of ch;U"g'bveiiing. and
Sundays. Dr. Edwards, fropodist. 70."
So. W. Temple. , ' hITmI
WANTED A GOOD. Vi VERY BOY
who has a bicycle. W. Fife Co.. 17n
Main st. . j nl.ifil
WA NTED FI RST-C LA SS A R B E R. 75
W. 2nd So. Steady polon. nl."9l
Wn n t,e rl S JilfJ en .
money. Address D-lS, Tjiine. nl."i7n
MAIL ORDER ENPERTOI?LrLTl
to become connected Salt Lak
enterprise: can Install mnordcr svstem
In any lino o business, fould like to
Gecure an Interview wlthiv one Inter
ested. Address A-31. Trjne. mlS73
cal and road oxporlcncdcsires posi
tion; references from allLsl employers
gladly furnished. AddrcsD-9, Tribune.
. j nllOS
KITCHEN AND FtjiACE M-VN
wants work. Wnirre nojject for son
place. A -35. Tribune. m2039
SITUATION AS NIOriTCLERK OR
Janitor. Address A.-20. jbuno. ml77"
EXPERIENCED JANIT) DESIRES
position: can handle bnj- ,-,. furnace:
first-class cily rcreroucRs.fliouo Hyland
AS UOOICKEEPER. A 1 STA NT OR 1
j collector, thorough ki lcde office I
work. E. E. Hardie. Wa ch 373 1-W. 1
1 nl tS3
GENTLEMAN WANTS SlTIO? AS
lurk: can furnish the t references. I
Address D-13, Tribune. nl307 1
I EXPERIENCED STENOCAPHER AND
' bo'ikkeonei- desires liosJin: aeciirate,
I moid, reliable: can furi references
I Address TI.. Dux 1C07. . J57S
j LADlfcS 51000 REWARD! p'osItIVJ?'
ly guarantee my gr successful
. "Monthly- remedy: safclycilcvcs aamt
of the longest, most obstltc. abnormal
cases In three to live iV: no darm.
I palu or Interference wit work:' mall
I fl.aC. Double st: ength. 1 pr-" 3 p,
Southlngton Remedy Co.'Canr.t City.
Mo- j cl5
l-VDIES! ASIC YOUR lijGGlST FOR
Chlche?tcrs Pills, the Inmnd Brand,
ror 25 yirs known as Ei Salcst Al
ways Reliable. Buy of ;ur TJrugglst.
Jake no other. CliicnrjS Diamond
Brand i'llls are sold by Scgh.a every-
j HEIRS WANTED ATfe .700
estates seeaing cialir.nL. vou muy
be one I-acts In booklet Send stamp.
International Claim Asciu "sc" Pltis
; nurg. Pa. ' n327
stoves rcpalved. -i o.itfc L-i. Phono
Wasatci. o7H-W. J
LININGS . '-U Vn, WATER
Jackctr. ah. r.akcs. v-h uuj.tv.nteed;
G. D. I.o". cit :cu:.iry. pth W. Wa
satch sano -t f24sc
STOVE AND ' RAN-GllmK7TltlNG.
valor jai-kf-lH eloim Goalcn. 172
R streol. Wasatch (171 njj;.i
best pricks pXirrnT?nT"m
clothing. W Gllclunufi South West
lemplc. ;..s. if.. ., j r,sS
TRESSES AnT" moll RE
paired. Salt Lako Mat b3 & Mfg. Co.
Phono 320. fc
FOR RENT, lm
ForJlent Houses Unfurnishfi
floor hot water heat, laundry
53B7ba8c,nei,L U1 a- 8 lSaat-aB
s-p.ooM mod, rmicnc.n7oif-rrB
BOTH W El . L ft M cCON0qh9
503 Boyd park Bldg.
27 HOUSES. ALL KINDS. PRlorTH
. rSV0- 'I'UTTLE BROS 4
159 MAIN STREET. CK
FIN1-: EIGIIT-P.OQM RESrnwvfnT-K
1st ave, $10. Phono W? TCo! ' A
2 OR I-ROOM BRICK-COTTAGEITSS
mo.; clo'je In. Was. C557. foSH
HOUSES FOR BENT NEAR Xjvfvl
slty. Call at 315 S. 13th EasL
TWO 0-Roo;,r7 THOROUGHrTM
,c.rn residences; 08 and 70 Second LvM
JJ5 per month each. Inquire uu EM
Incs & Trust Co. MlM
7-ROOM MOD. BRICK. FURNACE S
houth 2nd West. Phono WasaUA fl
Inquire 70 Eaat 2nd South. uM
NICE BRICE UOUSB 09
rooms; i- osct. pantry nnl c. L nfJB
papered. $15. Call Wasatch 450-J, yM
5-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE,
In. SSi. per month. Inqulra VuSM
Buffet or phono Wasatch 27S9. $M
11-KOOM BRICK. MODERN- niA
ith So. Apply in rear. CoomsvM
Hagcn Phone Wn3. 5077. auM
WE HAVE PLENTY OP FURVmM
rind unfurnished housea for rafrfH
will sell you on the same terma. T M
Denlium Co., W. H33. 73 W. 2nd 5c'. B
COMFORTABLE HOME. G ROOMS AM
bath, laundry and largo saraee fiM
new furnace; moderato rent. AtroivH
promises, 80S First ave. rallM
5- P.OOM MODERN: GSTndLTiS
HS'S5gwl,eni 723 R 8thM
A FINE. LARGE STORE: ALRn vrJ
light office rooms, in Hooper bide
Wirt hlli!. 202 Hooper bldg. faM
CLOSE IN; SAVE CAR PARE; 6-nnA
house. ltKtulrc 35 W. Sth So. ralM
263 EAST ITH SOUTHS
512.50 9-rooms, basement and hotM.
furnace. Apply 1C0 Eaat 3rd So. atilM
or phone Hyland 371-W. jS
FOUR .MODERN ROOOMS, CHOICE- Tjl
cation. 511 East 1st South. 515T5M
6- RM. MOD, COTTAGE. ON WEST TiM
ple; largo barn. Wasatch 5482. CR
S-RM. PR.. WITH BATH. 471 G BT. Mt
Wasatch 3012. wBI
15 Ft LOCKS POSTOFFICE, i,'.U(ii
modern; 7-room modern. Phono W.ljXg
SEVEN-ROOM MODERN HOuM!
with bath, laundry, furnace, etc. -L
to. 2nd So. Bent ?40. Tel. Was. 3(JE
HOUSE, 4 IRGE ROOMSAND BAT
43S E. Broadway. Apply on promtK
or J. A. Bush, 21S D. F. Walker hK
S-ROO.M MODERN HOUSE. BAljtt
chicken coops. I acres land, fruit triE
535 month. Inquire 1109 Dowington
23 HOUSES. ALL KINDS AND PRlClM
Tuttlc Bros. Co.. 159 Main at. nljf
3 - ROOM MODERN WITH GAS RANiK
rear 22C N. 1st W. nUK
G-ROOM STKICTLY IODERN nitlBi
cottage; 525. 277 E st. "K
For Rent Houses FurnisheJR
0th So. Was. D249-W. jw
TIIREE-ROOM TERRACE MODllV
except heat, with two dlsappeaitf
beds. 520 per mo.: fith So. ond 6ta EH'X
Phono Hyland 3326-J. ro9?
FOUR-ROOM BUNGALOW. CLOSE Bp
Call mornings, 222 3rd are.
1 ROOMS. BATH. PANTY. E. L.
Closo In. n. c.. S27. Phone Wafi-
5-ROQM MODERN HOUSE FURKI53MEI
complete; north bench: reasonabls. TKi.
satch 265-S-W. W-rfi
2 ROOMS, 59.00. INQUIRE 1023
NICELY FURNISHED n-ROOM H0dM(
reasonable to right party; refewa
Hyland 2105-M. ?Mw
l-Rjr. MODERN FURNISHED . HOlMw
for winter; reasonable to right partpiLI
91S Laird ave. Py:
4- ROOM NEW. ALL MOD.. 421 LOV
dale st.. 4lh S.. bet. 3d and 4th Esu ?t
WANTED A COUPLE TO SHi
nicely furnished cottage with a cm 7"
Hyland 30S0-J. jU
BOARD AND ROOM, ,; g
BOARD AND ROOM. 5 A W Ji
Rooms. 51.60 up. Rear 114 Q 8
NICE IRNTSHED ROOMS J &
board; gentlemen only. 231 So. aft ,!
DESIRABLE MOD. ROOMS ti
board, home cooking. 924 E. 2m 1
. - jj
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS.
board. 23C So. 3rd East.
AVA NTED 3 OR i NICE YOUNG'!
or women to board and room.;
prlvato family. Close In. RoomSj
heated and plenty of hot and cola H
Call Wasatch 22SSM. i
BOARD AND ROOM. 354 E. SO.-M
plo- can accommodate four fcj
FOR ONE OR TWO.":WITTITHBB
30S?VW f a pIeaSant horno' --S
CLEAN. SUNNY ROOMS, (jF
board, jiiiall family, nlco Il0n,eHJ3j
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED. 'M
with or without board: strictly BJMtitri:
private family; reasonable. -43
Temple. Wasatch 4315-J.
BOARD AND ROOM, 121 SO. 3STp
ROOMWITH BOARD IN NICE Mri
DPct Hidniariraollc'c a. W'Mlfi
pltal for all animals. TAas3lchwfi&
Hosnltal at K.7 S. TcnliiEajjrt.
SPIRELLA CORSET. lBAR qgjMSv
tec. Mrs. Mann. 7C W. 4tli.
DR. ARTHUR BURROWS, .fSE
and aurlst: spectacles aceuraw.pw
-llfflcul: cases solicited EWfc
00 AL 25JS525Sm
and l:iudll:ig. 105 East 4thS0ig
EVERYTHING IN THE EBw k
taxidermist lino mode u "SL!Ms.
R Steiizel irur Co., 07 E. ""JTMfcfT:
23 yearu In Salt Lake.