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u' THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, Ic-M3 -
OFFICE 2002 WASHINGTON AVENUE. PUONE 0(31.
Office Hours 6 a. m. to 10: HO a. ai.; 3 p. m. to 8 p. m.
I JUDGES OF COURT
J Numerous Motions and Pro
L bate-Mailers Are Disposed
I! of a i Sessions.
L Special to'-'i'Iic -XrllMme. ,
I OGDEN. .Inn. 17. Roth division of
e Scnnri dlirtvict court were in scauion
' hvif lod:iy. .rigc-? J". A. Howell anil X.
.1 Harris j-JVlng tlioir utlenlion almost
f Ure!v to tnofvoii and probate matters.
' Ir Jndge 1 Towel I r division the following
n iters were conUdcrcd:
1 Sopiila Lemming against the Osden
I vahr; Trout company, demurrer ovor-
idled and ten days g.ycn to amend.
1 The demurj-or in lW caao of IT. J I.
Kernel asainr.l F. W. Vlobllng company
vS3 sustained and ten .days time was
ziven to arncno" complain.
Hearing of the motion rr hcI aside de
fault in the cue of Guy Saval again..
L 1.. Bradlov ana others win passed.
Til'" court denied ihc motion for n new
' tria1 "in llic cai'o 'f James T. Gaines
against R. A. Samplers.
t In tlie estate of Mngglo Hwmun. de
I oa-pd. the nelilion for the approval,
allowance and settlement of fiunl ac
oui.l. for distribution, release aiyJ dis?
I charge, was ginnled and It wis ordered
at tie estat- lie citlcd.
H Ii. th estate of Flunk J. IWcCulloiisli,
I dcra-t-d. the prlltlon for letters of wd
!' iiinUiralion wuv granted and Loo A.
JTnrrin was annoliitful to the position un-
III (Mr a bond of ?Ji00.
I I Hearing on Uw petition lo sell cor
I lain real calat in the matter of the
I citato of William Jl. Crandall. deceased.
I was contJnncd on.' week at tho request
i of the attorney fr U' estate.
I In the estate of Bernard "White, de
II eaed. the petition for the. conllrmalton
I of sale of personal property wait granted.
I In tiro matter of estate and guar
I diaraUp of MIMied Btirk. minor, tho
'icarlug of the )otitlon for approval, al
I nwaiK- and settlement of annual ac-
ount wan paused.
Tio petition for approval, allowance
I nid settlement of annua) account was
I granted in tho estate and guardianship
o'. era Klein imd other, minor?.
I Judci! Harris gave hlo attenlioii to the
I 'owing matters:
I In t io cam of Lena Kddy against
f .'a -!e.- II. Eddy, tho demurrer was ovor
I ,cfl and ton "day given to answer.
I Tut j'.'niirie:' In the ease of the Utah
I fil l Pontine company aruinst Ogdcn city
J iilrlekfiii from Uie calendar.
fi f motion to Jil- In the easp of the
t Jmcl!datcd Wiujon k Machine com
,1i lan- aalmil i). 1. Ilceder waa srranlcd.
j' 1 l.o demurrer in the case of Orcnc
' toKf azalnet the Sals liiko & OKden
"aliA.iv eoionany anil others ua artrucd
ilu iMd the' court took the matter under ad
I , ('fftrm; of the demurrer In the caao
V Anna rtronlrom against the Lynch
I 'HTiior: linsincerlng company wau
j I 'noil request Hie heariii of the dc-
i. ti" to the cvosa-complalnt In tlio
J us' f.. .1. I. Owens aftalnst D. U. Top
la i.jni a; ; oii.era was continued,
ft At "f :t:cil of the attorney for the
1 1 aliitlr. i.." demurrers to amended
U i-'iir.j .;. ir li'.e eaaea of the Jilon Co
if iiprrsiti'. o Home UiiSldlnK1 ic Real Estate
I? i-'Jtni an; were not taken up.
I UNIQUE CELEBRATION.
' Dell to De Tolled Elghty-One Times In
Honor of Birthday.
Spceiai to The Tribune.
P OGDJ2N", Jan. 17. "Those residents of tho
V t who will recall iliat never during
1 '.uMr entire residence In Osden have they
'( jiiUul to hear the melodious notes of the
hi Kpleopal church hell on New Year's
I . ve v.'lll be curious to know the reason
F rov tl.o unusual ceremony when tho same
icll is tolled eighty-one times tomorrow.
!' I'lw elshly-lltat peal may break the rope,
)'it there Is sure to be eighty,
fouiorrow Is George's birthday. Not
j ii.ui; of the people who arc Intimately
acquainted with George know that his
; 'an name is nrown. Gcorpe Brown is the
',-id aictaUcr at the Church of the
I Good Shepherd and he has been given
I j sp.rlal pei-misslon to sound tho bell
I ''gl t times, corresponding to the nuni
I i lei' of yearn he will have attained by to
; I r-ow's birthday, and the final stroke
i b bV "lo row on."
I In George arrived In Utah and
J t led ti;e bell In celebration tof the New
I ' 'i cat's festival. He liaB not missed one
L Ve" Year's celebration since that time,
r is r servant of faithfulness no other
I ' person In Osden has a better record.
Tin' entire parish "will join George In the
I "lebrallon of his birthday.
Ii SEARCHING FOR DRUGS,
y Officers Believe That "Hop'' Is Being
Smuggled Into Jail.
'ccu: o The Tribune.
OGDIvN. Jan. 17. Uellevlng that there
ii. fioinrthlng radically wrong when a dnig
sv v 111 not plead for Ills chosen brand
of "hop" after lie has been deprived of
4' :ur itevcrut days, the police have ro-
m Wfd their efforts to ascertain, If possl
1 5', how morphine, cocaine or somo other
rug Je being smuggled to tho prisoners
i t ie city jail. Of the twenty now con
'Ireo behind the bare eight are utcrs
of ditigs. The number Is unusually large.
Jt tl.c trouble rcbultlng from the ab
suic of drugs Is surprisingly small. In
'act, the lack of trouble from this source
.ias placed the Jailers on their guard.
Every ponslble means of smuggling In
iI"uks Is thoroughly Investigated. If some
Kind-jicarti'd friend of a prisoner brings
a loaf of bread to the jail it Is broken
oi i: to see that It contains no package
nf ' hop." Tho SRinc precautions arc
aken when the lilnd-htartedncas takes
i 'orm of an apple or package of to
'ju to. The trusty Is very often tho "go
'jfween" for friend a on the outside and
inlaoncrs on the Inside. This xiosslble
I rourop. of the supply Is alfo being closely
1 aid cd.
I DECORATORS AT WORK.
Bulletins Being Prepared for Exhibit of
hoc -.at to The Tribune.
1 UGUfiX, Jan. 17. A force of ducorators
i started work preparing the Sam Kline
nj'kllng for the manufacturers exhibit
i id Uie pure food show next week. Ac-
ordmg to Secretary V. H. AVhltcombe
of the Osdcn Manufacturora and Jobbers
.isooc lallun. all of the available space on
10th floora has boon taken and some of
c cxhlbltore have sent their property
'o i"ie city to be placed In tho show
The entire lower floor will bo devoted
o the machinery and Implement exhibits,
v . c tho food products will bo placed on
second Moor. The interior of the
building will be decorated In the colors
of t'.e United Commercial Travelers
Hie. white and yellow. The orchestra
iid speakers' stand will be located on
the second floor.
B Hotel Proprietor Arrested,
tpe ui.' to The Tribune.
OGDDN. Jan. 17. John Drunetil, pro
'pnrtor of tho Central hotel, was arresl
1 today on a warrant charging that hi'
tU'ed and concealed prlsounrs who had
H f-enxd from Die city Jail. The com
i "dalnt ngaliiMt the hotel proprietor Is
k 'gned b- Detr- tive Thomas llurk. who
1 ''cla'-c tut Mrr. Sunn MiGllI mid Mil
Sl liel Wih'on cn corceilcd I" a "ooni bj
A r"ir,rM foMow'nw lUflr t rape -nn t'e
Jail oarly lust Friday morning. AVhen
tho ofllccrs cuillcd at the hotel. Cruncttl
denied that the women were there. Jle
has been released from Jail on 3Ei) bonds.
SHORT LINE TO HELP.
Company Is E'xpected to Assist County
In Hauling Rock.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGUEN, Jan. 17. The OiegOM Short
IJno Railroad company la soon to 'be
given an opportunity lo prove Its de
sire for better roads In the districts north
of Ogdcn, according to County Commis
sioner .Moroni .Skccn. When tho uoni
uilssloncrs arc ready to atari tho road
Improvements In the vicinity of Kancs
lltc the railroad company will be asked
to transport crushed rock at something
like actual cost of transportation.
It Is expected that the macadamising
of the Plain City highway will be com
pleted during next week. It waa not
iiecc!aiT to tram-port the crushed -rock
for lhl3 work on lalhoad cars, but this
will be necessary in the case of the
Kancsvillo district. As tho crusher is
located only a short distance from tho
railroad It would be a small matter to
construct a .-pur track. The railroad
company desires better roada, so that the
farmers can transport their produce to
the shipping points, and Commissioner
Slfcen will elvc the railroad an oppor
tunity to help along this line.
Storms Delay Trains.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDP.N, Jan. 17. As a result of the
heavy snowstorms of the past few days.
Southern Paclllc trains from the west are
arriving many home late. Thn snowfall
at Carl In. Nov., has been ouo foot, on the
level, whi't-. at points farther west, ami
especially In the mountain?, rotary plow.s
have dug thrlr way through 3iiow eleven
feet deep. The storm which prevailed
In thin section Inst night did not sorl
ousdy interfere with train schedules. It
was preceded by Hie unseasonably dis
turbance of thunder and lightning. M lie
storm I'-ono did not extend far north of
Book Contract Awarded.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDI.0N. Jan. 17. After investigating
several blda received, the board or edu
cation of the city school? has awarded
tho Hpargo company a. contract for ?So0
worth or new books for the Ogden high
school library. The list of book's in
cluded in the order, about 500 in num
ber, cover hlalorv science, reference on
nimiv subjects, domestic 'science, ' stand
ard " llctlon and agriculture In all
branches. It is yald by tho school au
thorities that when Ihc new books ar
rive tho high cebool will be .supplied with
the best agriculture reference books In
Judgo Goos Hunting.
Special to Tho Tribune,
OGDUX. Jan. 17. As Uie.re were only
one or two minor coven for his considera
tion. Judge YV. II. Jtceder of the mu
nicipal court decided to abandon his ofil
clal" duticu for one day and Join the
rabbit-hunting crew which made a trip
to tho territory north of ihc luko. '""'USi
noss lor tomorrow's session was supplied
when the officers arrested Thomas
O'Brien for drunkenness and Joe East
man on a charge of vagrancy.
Judgment for Plaintiff.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN", Jan. 17. In Judge X. J. Har
ris's division of the district court today
a Judgment in favor of the Wheelwright
Coiibtructlon company against the If Jew
elling Bulldlhg company and the Black
man !fc Grlflln company was rendered.
The amount of the Judgment is $lW6.il,
less 3tl"J6S of llfiuicJulcd damages, making
the net amount of the judgment $'.!5S.7-i.
Tho court granted the plaintiff company
a lien on the Blackmail & Griffin com
pany's building for this amount.
To Blast for Honey.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Jan. 17. The workmen em
ployed at the county rock crusher near
the Ogden Hot springs, nine miles north
of llic city, are planning n. feast on
honey. As a. result of the blasting tho
workmen have discovered that a swarm
of bees has appropriated a. cosy crevice
among tkc rocks ns a home. The bees
appear to be in good condition and have
a large supply or honey In stock for the
Greek Ib Eclcased.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Jan. 17. Falling to obtain
sufficient evidence to order the man's de
portation, Angelo Katsaegcnes, a Greek,
who has been held at the city Jail upon
orders of the federal immigration offi
cials, has been released at the re'iucst
of Federal Inspector. J. F. Tliso of Salt
Lake. The evldonco in tho case was
submitted to the Immigration authorities
at Washington. D. C.
Sliovr to Be Unique.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Jan. 17. Colored stereopti
con views will be used to Illustrate ihe
unique story of IJcnry Van Dyke, which
will be given as a monologue at tho
First Methodist church next Sunday
evening. Tho stotw has become a classic
in llteurate and the specially prepared
views will add to the interest of the tell
ing. There will be no charge for ad
mission on the evening of this special
To Test Milk Sauinles.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Jan. 17. 'Having secured
samples of milk from the various sup
plies delivered to local consumers. Sani
tary Inspector George Shorten and his
assistants arc engaged in making the
regular monthly tests. The Inspector
obtains his samples by going out upon
the street and taking a botllc of milk
from the supply found in the deliver;'
Serious Charge Made.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 17. T V. Alorre'd, for
merly employed as a. bartender at Fraz
zini brothers' saloon, was arrested by
Deputy Sherifr Thomas Devine in Tooele
today and brought back to this city. He
is locked in the county jail on a charge
Involving a statutory offense. "The com
plaint was signed by Miss Anna Kap, re
siding at V.llD Euclid avenue. '
Prisoners En Eonto.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Jan. 17. A special car. con
taining eixtcon military prisonnrs in
chargo of eight guards, passed through
this city today via the Unfon ami South
ern Pacifies. They were en i-outc from
Cncycnne, Wyo to the mUltarv prison
at ban Francisco.
Wife Granted Decree.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 17. In Judge N. J. Har
ris's division of tho district court todav
a final decree of divorce was granted to
Sarah E. Weston in her suit against
Ccdrlck 1j. Weston. The Interlocutor
decree wan granted to Mrs. Weston on
June 12, VJl'J.
Iiiccnscd. to Wed.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDIiJN. Jnn. 17. County Clerk Sajnucl
G. Dye granted a marriage license to
day to Isaac T. Rice and Dusklc J.uu
tarmcr, both of Kayevlllc.
Nlmrods Slaughior Bunnies.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 17. Four thousand four
hundred and seventy-seven dead rabbits
In throe hours proved .tho prowess of 1"0
huntsmen from this city who partici
pated in the hunt north of the lake to
day. The parly left here at (t:Z0 o'clock
this mornlnc. but did not arrive at Hit
imii tirg grounds until r.;;n p, ril o,v)ir
to a ddavrl rom i Mrn t ," al
from 'Jr'g'Mni CP
, jur Mao
Clarence E. Eddy Undertakes
Perilous Journey-; Is No I
Jihioinli of Claroitco h Kddy.' the
"pant prospector," and discoverer nC
llio famous Lost. Packer mine in tin
Loon Creel:. Idaho, district, fear that
lio may havo lost his lil'o in an attempt
lo proceed by foot from Konaiua City
to the mine, a distance oC twenty-live
miles over a hard traij during- the mi
usually severe cold of ten days ago.
Kddy left Uonauza City on .liuiuary
10, expecting- to make tlio "iiiUi'" to
the mine in two days. Yesterday Homy
Welsh of Turk City received a letter
from tlio -mine superintendent to tlio
effect that notliini; liad been heard from
llic miner. TJiiri letter wan writteu Fri
day. January 10. and during the six
days that Kddy lias not boon heard
from the thermoniolcr has oue to US
decrees below zero.
The trail, however, over which he in
tended to pass is marked by numerous
abandoned cabins and iL js probable
that Eddy, being- an experienced moun
taineer, made etiuip iu oiio of these and
then sou phi harbor with some rancher
after the weather moderated.
BOYS' CLUBS OF . .
jYii'sl Session oJ; Third Annual j
iMoel.intr Opens Willi .t
The third annual convention .of 1 lie
Associated J-'oys' clubs of Utah was
opened in the .Lmiiianuel JJnptist church
last eveniua: with a banquet. Further
sessions of the convention will bi hold
today and tomorrow. The assmuatioo
is composed of boys' organizations i
about twenty cities and towns of the
state. Delegates are sent to the an
10. M. Bagloy acted as toastmasler at
the banquet. 'City Commissioner George
! IX Keyset- made tho address oi' wel
come. " Ktl ward l'.iglow welcomed the
delegates on behalT of the frilt Lake
boys. Hoys' President Frank Owen of
Ogden responded. The address of the
evening was delivered by 'Bishop
Spalding of the Kpiseojial cathedral.
His topic was "Doing a Alan.'
The convention will meet again al
0:'!0 o'clock this morning in the Tm
manuel Baptist church. The l'cv. P.
A. Simpkins will deliver the invocation.
Chief of Police B. 1?. Grant will talk
on "Opportunities." Dr. C. A. "Wherry
will also delivct an address. There
Trill bo a business session at 10:'!0
o'clock' and al. 1J o'clock sectional
conferences will fao hold.
At 1:30 o'clock this afternoon the
boys will meet at the V. INT. C. A. and
take an automobile ride out to "Port
Douglas, where lhoy will bo shown
around the military reservation. Jfe
turning at. ::3Q o'clock tho boys will
on joy a swim in the Y. !M C. A. pool.
Athletic shunts by the various clubs
represented will follow. At 7:45
o'clock tlio "boys will meet again in the
rmmaiiucl Baptist church. After a
short musical programme Coach Uon
iou of the university will talk on "The
Making of an Athlete.'' Following his
address other popular athletes will ad
dress the delegates.
At 0 o'clock tomorrow morning the
adult leaders of the association will
meet; in conference in the Y. M. 0. A
At 'I o'clock .Tudec Alexander. JLcMas
ter of the Juvenile court will address
.a mass meeting' of "Wots in tho Y. M.
Escaped After Fifteen YcaT3.
Yv. P. Eroylcs made a successful es
cape after fifteen 3-cars of sufforing
froni kidney and bladder troubles. Fo
ley Kidney Pills released him and will
do .iust the same for others, lie sayB:
"They cured a most; severe backache
with painful bladder irregularities, and
they (jp ail you claim for thcra." Po
fuse substitutes. Schramm-JTohnson,
Drugs, "the never substitutors," live
(5) good stores. (Advertisement)
Two Wives Seek Divorce.
Mary Elea Moiris began suit, for di
vorce from John P. Morris in tho district
court yesterday, alleging failure to pro
vide. . Annie T. Gomes filed suit for divorce
i rom Joseph A. Gomes, whom she
charges with cruelty.
Persons troubled with partial paraly
sis arc often very much bencGtcd by
massaging fche affected parts thoroughly
when applying Chamberlain's Liniment
This liniment also relieves rheumatic
pains. For sale by Schr;imm-Johnson,
Drugs, "the never-substitutors." five
(5) good stores. (Advertisement)
Former Salt "Lvscv Here.
Joseph Mcltzcr. superintendent of the
Oakland branch of the Metropolitan
Insurance company, with headquarters
at Oakland. Cal.. passed through Salt
Lake yesterday. He Is en route to New
ork City to nttend the annual conven
tion of FiiperlntendcniK or tho conipanv.
During his stay In Salt Lake he was
a guest at the Hotel Utah. Mr. Meltzer
waB formerly superintendent of the
Intermountaln branch of t:ie company.
The Farmers & ?tocksrrowcrs Bank,
"the People's Bank." will ooen its
doors for business INfondav, .Tanuarv
20, 19.1;;, at Xo. 24- Kast 'First South
street.. The opening dav will be a
splendid time to start a commercial or
savings account with us.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATK OF
John Sharp, deceased.
The undersigned will soli at private
sale the following real property located
In Salt Lake City, Utah;
Commencing at a point I5J feet north
of the Eonthwost conior of lot '2. block
75, plat A, Salt lake CIlv survey. In
Slt Lake City. Utah; tlienco north
22 !)-J2 feet: thence east S7 fool; tlienco
south to feet; t hence west 7 fcul; thnco
north -134 feet; thence vui SO reut to" the
point of beginning: together with all
lights of way and ensemunts appurtenant
thereto or used therewith, on or after
Thuwday. the SOth day of January, loin
and written bids will be received at the
office of P. L- Williams. Esq., In the
Denerct News building. Salt Lake City.
Utah; torniii of sale, cash upon confirma
tion bv the court.
Dated Jnn. 17th. 1913.
WILLIAM G. .SIIAIU. I
P L Y ILLt.VMs. I
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ISAACSON At East Second South
street. January 17. IDV.i, John Isaacaon. I
a Red .12 yours. Funeral services WlU be
held from o'Donnell & Co.'s chapel today
(Saturday) at -' p. m. Interment City
GHOSH At the family residence. 217
South Third East. January 17, llMr.. of
old age, Ledema llowcy Gross, aged "ii
years, a native of Ohio. Funeral services
and Interment private.
WILSON Funeral services over the body
of Mrs. Margaret M. Wilson. Who died
in llils city January 15. 1'Ji::. will 'on
held in the Sugar House ward ohapol
Sunday. January ID, at 1 p. m. Prknda
wlhhlnu' to view the body may ca'l al
the residence. 17C1' South Elevei'th E.ipI
str-ol. ictween the houra of 10 a m.
anil 12 m. on the day of funeral. Friends
Invited. Interment In City cemetery.
CARLSON The funeral services for Cnri
P. Carlson, who died at his home. uiti
South Tenth East street, on January In,
r.M.1. will be hehl from the Phillips Con
mc?.itlonul church, corner of Seventh
Hast and Fifth South streets, at 2 p. in.
Sundav. January If. Friends wishing to
view the body may do so between the
hour of 1;.10 and 2 p. m. at the church.
ARMSTRONG The funeral services over
the body of the late Albmi 13. Arm
si.io:i. aged -10 years, will bo held Sun
dav at 12:15 p. m. sharp, from the Sev
enteenth ward chapel. Friends are In
vited to attend and can call at the par
ents residence. .132 We.it First North,
on day of funeral from 'J.O to 11:30 a.
m. Interment in City cc.motory.
JS. GTOTXNNi5Ll tJNDSKTAJCElT!'
and embo liner, has moved to new loca
tion. 2rr.-227 South West Tcniplw street
P.calty bldg. Phone 5S0. o3359
KBCfl W. HALL. UNDERTAKER AND
r.ibalmer So. West Temple. Phono
LA P.1C1N-H IJLL UNDERTAKING COM"
pany; modoi-n chapel parlors. Cf5 So.
2nd East Wasatch 5132. Opca day and
C. iT RANKS, UNDERTAICnR AND
imhalmer, Hi Stalo. Murray. Phone
Murray "47 n90S
rnnoDTRlrTxouAL co.. cu so. main
fit. Phono 106. Cut iiuwera and fu
neral design:. n!632
TITE "LEADfNG FIP.IST W. W. KING.
,2H E 2nd XoK Phonn .17 b297
Mulnaio. Display vards. 42 So. Stat.
BANK, BAR AND OFFICE
iU:lura: opJclal designs submitted on
application: household refrigerators,
carom and pocket hllllard tables, bowling
alleys and euppllos. Brunswlek-Balko-Collend?r
Oo., 1M to 160 South 4th West.
Phono Wasatch 3. a408B
W. Jj. TVETHERBEB CO.. DESIGNERS
and manufaclurera of bar. bank, office
and store flxturcB; nlso agents for bil
liard, pool ta.blis8 and supplies. Office
and factory, 158-60 West l6t So. Was.
1209 Walker Bank bldg. "Waaalch G221.
POWTCRo. MARIONEAUN, STOTT &
McKInney. Top floor front Ivcarna
bldg. "Wasatch 1SG0. Ansocialo office
60S Los Angeles Investment bldg., Loo
Angeles. , nS432
trade mark or copyright, noo J. M.
Thomas. 30S Utah Savlnga & Trust bldg.
SCOTT &. CO ALL COUNTRIES,
terms reasonable. 226-7 Judge bldg.
from greenhouse. Porter-Walton Co..
27 State. m3781
TAILOR MADE CORSETS
tee. Mrs. Mann. 70 W. 4th. No. Was.
PICTURES AND WALLPAPER.
orating. George W. Ebert & Co., 41
Main at. k2719
JS45-AV. Upholstering, ckalra rccancd.
Factory, No. G W 2nd South. Wasatch
2707. New hats, $1.50 to $3.50. nl47S
1, 2nd floor. Cures diseases with his
celebrated imported Chinese remedies.
Consultation free. r.188
12,000 difrcrent stoves; general Coun
dry work. Western Foundry fc Stove
Repair Works. Wasatch 4474. 1:2730
KEY FITTING. LOCICVRkTBiT
cycle Supply Co Phono Rell 2d23. o7gl
Sult.i and overcoats troai Jlu io.
PALMF.R HOTEL. 54 wTlSTSO?
Rates by week. Transient $1. nl070
NO i ICE OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLD
Notice Is hereby given that there will
be iK-ld a special m-uting of tho stoek
holdeis of Utah Savings & Trust coni
J?.?.ny:,Il.t li;e 'fnce or Kild coinpanv. No.
2Jj Main street. Salt Lake City, Utah,
upon Monday, the 3rd day of Febru
ary. 1013 at .'0 o'clock a. n;.f for tho
purpose of amending paragraph !, .'
tlclo p. of the articles of Incorporation
of said I. tab bavlnga C 'Itubc comp-my.
by empowering the board t,r dIrecto:x to
create any additional offices of the cor
poration that may be necessary to carry
on the general business of the corpora
tion. Done pursuance cf a resolu
tion of Jib hoard of directors.
Dated this :itn day of .lanuar . 1313.
W. s. M'CORNICK. President.
N. G. HALL. Secretary.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
EC(ite of Anna B. Mvna, deceased.
Cr'-dltora will prenent claims with
vouchor to the undersigned, at No. 427,
Allan building. Salt Lake City. Utah, on
nr before the 22nd day of May, A. D.
1U13. D. W. GAM 15 LB.
Administrator of t lie Estate of Anna R.
l 1". NultTuN, Vtt? . for Adnv
fi-'te of nrl piblicatlon, Jan lx ''i'3.
Safe Investment , jyf
in ;i Tribune Want 'Ad if. i'ou. '.'
want (o come in touch with lijyh-:".;. '
or grailo ol! voi'kor ami olVieicn.l
" " ' Is
GJRLS IN ALL DbiPARTAIENTS. AP
t PLT READY FOR WORK AT 8 A. M.
AND 1 P. D XTLiY. TROT LuMJNDRY.
421 SOCJff CT1I EAST.
I WAITRESS, IDAHO, ?30.
J wait rets, cast, 530.
1 laundress and one waitress, same
tofln. i'.'o each, close in.
STUOCK'S EMPl.OrMENT AGENCV.
55 W. 2nd So, St. nl713
WANTED. CLEVER. SOUERIflTTJi.
CHARACTEIi WOMAN: OTHER DRA
MATIC PEOPL12. CALL MR. CLAN
ING13P. OR .AIR. FOO'J'E. RA.YMOND
HOT ML. nl7o6
SUCCESS INSURANCE UTAH BUSl-r.ci-s
collego preparation for buclncaa
life. Start a, courao now. Boolon bldg..
oay or night. cloS
B ARC LEV CORSETS ARE LUCE OLD
frienda; they wear well: niado to mciuj
urcmoiito: cuaranlccd lo fit. not to break
or rust. Wasatch 3031-W. Competent
buslnrji.s v.-onien -wanted to tako asenuies
I" Utah towna. 40 Woodruff Apt. a34J-l
FRE1!' EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. BASE
mcnt lJnit Congrcgalloual church: wo
get you a, position froo of charge. Tele
phono 5S22. t2nJ
WANTED3 AJL ROUND LAUNDRY
Girls; good wager. Apply ready for
woric Murray laundry. !!,.
1ST-CLASS GIRL FOR COOKING ANT)
housework, no laundry. Was. 1416.
1135 E. So. Temple. nl23u
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENBRAL
housework. 62-1 East 3rd South. nl351
GOING TO TAKE A BUSINESS
course? Bo suro and visit Hcnagcr's
Business College before you decide lo en
roll elsewhere. Day and night cessions.
Investigate. " nl-132
GIRLS' WANTED ACCUSTOMED TO
oevIng machine; apply Mrs. Bywater.
C- M. T. overall factory. nl305
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework; good wages; refer
ences required. 1257 2nd ave. nl509
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; no laundry. Phono Wasatch UC26.
llltl E. So. Temple. nlOGl
GIRL WHO CAN COOK; SMALL FAMI
ly. Apt. 1. Prescott. nl565
A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; references- required. Wa
satch 147S-W. nli'57
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work, family of three, no washing; No.
II Emery apartments, corner First av
enue and. Stale street. nlGG4
AT ONCE. THREE BRIGHT. CAPABLE
ladles over 21 to travel, demonstrate
and cell dealers: $25 to 350 tier week: r. r.
fare paid: Utah and northern territory.
Goodrich Sales Co., G2 E. Fourth South.
GOOD GIRL TO ASSIST IN GENERAL
housework. No. 1 Wilfley apis.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
must be fair cook; family of two. 701
E. 2nd So. nlR79
NEAT. CAPABLE. WILLING. GOOD
young woman for light housework: no
objection to one or two children; a good
home. Address D-29, Tribune. nl73S
WOMAN TO ASSIST WITH HOU'SH
work and care of 2-ycar-old l)oy. Phone
W. 220G-J. n!7GC
GIRL WI-IO CAN COOK; THREE IN
family. Wasatch :54l)2-M. nl723
CHAMBERMAID FROM P-G, $9 PER
week; must be good cleaner. Lincoln
Wanted Situation Female.
good penman for copying, can keep
email set of books. Wasatch 1S37-M.
LADY WISHES POSITION AS COOK
or housekeeper. Address D-20, Tribune.
MRS. PETSULIS. PRACTICAL NURSE;
confinement cases a speclaltv. 325 So.
2nd East. Wasatch 132S-R. " nlG7G
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL KOUSE
keoplng, good wages, small family. 927
E. So. Temple. Phone Was. 1903. n!745
WOMAN WANTS' WORIC BY THE DAY
Ironing or cleaning. Hyland 199S-W.
GROCERY SP30CIAL. j
Picnic hnmc. 12e; i sk. sugar, 1 lb. co
coa, 1 11). baking powder, 1 pkg. corn
and gloss starch. 1 can lye. 1 can chloride
of lime for ?G.0O: compound lard. 35c.
60c. si.iO: c-ittolene. 30c, Goc. SI .43. Down
with sugar. lard and Pancacke Hour:
3s lard. 70e: 10s. SI. 35: -1 pices, pancake I
flour. 25c; IC?. lbs. sugar. $1.00"; SJ lbs.
Hugar. 30e; :bs. 2 nxs. sugar. 25c; 1 pkg.
Schilling"-: tea and 1 lb. good baking
powder, .30c; 2 lbs. ranch butter. 55c;
Quaker Oats. 10c; 19i lb3. susar and 1 Ib,
good baking powder, $1,23; 1 pkg.
Srhilling'o tea and 1 pk:r. pancake flour.
2Gc; 2 doz. good eggs. 45c; 1 pkgs. cereal
coffee. 25c: siood broom. 20c: 2 cans
Hume's salmon. 33c; 4 3bs. date1?. 25c;
4 lbs. sweet potnlocs. 13c: split peas, lb., I
5c: 2 lbs. eastern cheese. 43c: Cream I
of Wheal, 15c: catsup, bottle. 5c: high
patent Hour -1.03; straight grade flour. I
JJ.00 Gormade. sack. 30c; (all can
salmon. 10c; 3 pks. ruisliis. 23e; 2 cans
corn. 15r; 4 Mik. dried prunes. Cue; pine
apple, can. 10c: Linton's yellow label
toa. lb., GOc; 2 pkgs. mincemeal. 5c:
3 lbs. Sultana ;alslns. 25c. Chicago
Store. 11C W. First South. 1 1 1 74 4
willow y mere! cnhTdentTmT
conflncn-ent. nenliilon. legal adoption.
Mrs. F. Phillips. 11th E.. bet. 12lli and
!2th So. Sugar Sta. Hyland 1231 -.M.
WHERE TO STOP.
250 rooms rates, Coc. 0c and 50r.; mod
ern; baths. 15q nl329
M'COY STABLES, CAtlTLvHES JND
llRht 11 very horeea boiishl und aold. .
Phoiitf il. cm
Wanted Male Help.
a i.i M -iLI i MEN WANTED FOR
tho U. S. inailno corps, between .ne
sges of 19 ana 3u', mii3l be native born
vv havo rim papers; monthly pay 51o o
?G9; adilltlonx.l compencatlon poaslblej
food, clothing, ciunrtcrn and mudical
attendance free; after 30 ycara' nervlco
CLn retire with 75 por cent of pay and
allowances; acivlco on board ship aim
ashore In all parts of the world. Apply
at U. S. Marino Corpu Recruiting ufneo.
ICS Mi.ln at.. Suit Luko City. Utah. nJ
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY. ABLE
bodled unmarried men, between ages of
IS and 35; cllli&eiiu of United Slates, o
good character and tempera tu iiabiiu,
who can spoak, read and wrllo Eiigllsli
laiiguagc. For Information apply to re
cruiting officer. Walker liunk bldg.,
Main and 2nd So. sts., Salt Lako City,
DA NC15 LEARN TO DANCE. WALTZ.
two-otep, three-step, taught In four
lessoiif. 63 Portofflco place, bet. Mala
and Wast Temple, Dancing Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday jtlghto. Mi. and
Mrs.. Woodward, luntruciora. Lessons
J A PA iV ESE GEN ERA L AGENCY.
Help of all klndj furulshcl. Phono Wa
CRlch 3311. 2GG West 1st South. J?
MEN'S UNO.MiLED-1'OR TAI.LOR
rnado suits and overcoals at a sacri
fice. Splolberg Tailoring Co., 57 W. hc
ond South. klfiOl
MEN WANTED TO WEAR OUit
trutuca; fit guaranteed. Rex Drug Co.,
W. Tomplo and Broadw'ay. h:;2 J
FREE EMPLOYMENT AG ENCr. BASE
mcnt First Congregational church. Wo
get you a position freo of charge. Tele
phone Wasatch CS22. t-'o"
TWO JIEN FOR AUTO DRIVING AND
repairing; cxperlenco unneceasaiy. Call
73 Postofnco place. m211l
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Hotel, restaurant and hounohold help.
Mcndquartcra for laborers.
55 West 2nd South. Phone 454.
SHEPPARD'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCV
"Tho Red Front," 112 West 2nd South.
HcadouartoiM railroad and mining holp.
Wasatch 3534. o!543
PERSONAL ATTENTION AND TIIOR
oughncss characlcilxe Utah Business
College training. Drj- and ulghi. Begin
now. Boston building. s.1537
FIl'TY MEN WANTED. EIGHTH
South and Tenth East: sewer work.
Houser & Sim, con tractors. nl31S
VISITORS ARE WELCOME AT UF.NA
gcr's Business Collego any day in the
year. See us before you decide lo enroll
elsewhere. Get the best. nl(33
MEN, WOMEN GET GOVERNMENT
parcel post Jobs. 20 week. Write for
list of positions open. Franklin Institute.
Dept. 42S-A, Rochester. N. Y. nllS2
WANTED A. GOOD DELIVERY BOY
who has a bicycle. W. E. Fife Co.. 17u
Main st- nl5Gl
TWO LIVE SOLICITORS FOR NEWS
papcr proposition: men with some
nursery stock experience pj efcrred. Ap
ply Cily Circulation DcpL, Evening Tele
EXPERIENCED CARPET AND UNi
leum layer; good wages; steady work.
Western Fur., Stato and Broadway.
SALESMAN TQ TAKE ORDERS FOR
custom tailored suits of cloihcs and
custom made shirts in Salt Lake and
nearby towns. Addross D-2G, Tribune,
MAN AND WIFE. AGED ABOUT 30
years, without children, to take charge
of a fine now hold in a small countrj
town. Splendid opportunity. Inquire
mornings at 1309 Walker Bank Build Ing.
FIRST-CLASS TAILOR WA.NTED. 25
Commercial st. nl732
EXPERIENCED SOLICITOR. APPLY
Economy Cleaning Co., 170 W. So. Temple-
WANTE D, JUNIOR. DRUG CLERIC, 2 OR
3 years' experience. U. F. Ott Drug
BOY WITH BICYCLE. PAX CO VESTA
club, 35 East 4th So. . nl738
W anted Salesmen.
WA NTK DlCPErmNErj GROclRY
specialty salesman, with road experi
ence: musl. have best local reference,
uood .salary and exnenses. AnpH- U. T
Eaton at 10 a. m. Saturday. Utah hotel.
RARE CHANCE FOR SALESMAN WITH
money. Address D-1S. Tribune. nl.".79
AGENTS. QUIT RINGING DOORBELLS
for someone else; manufacture ,our
own goods and make all the profits. For
further Information call or address room
27. W. 2nd South. ,,17.-51
Wanted Situation Male.
1 to become connected with Salt Lake
! enterprise: can install mail order sv.Mem
Jn any line of b'.:ts.'uess. Would llko to
secure an Interview v.iU, any .j:je Inter
catfrd. Adrcs A -31. TrJbuua. mlS73
SUCCESS F U L S ALESMAN " V I T iTLo"
cal and road -sperlonco desires posi
tion: references from n!l part cmplov.jra
gladly furnished. AUoress D-9, Tribune.
SITUATION AS NIGHT CLERK OR
Janitor. Address A-20. Tribune. mI77y
EXPERIENCED H'Tt'ou DESIRES
I position; nin he tulle bcllcr or furnace:
I flrst-clajss city references. Pliono Ilvland
AS BOOKKEEPER. ASSISTANT OR
1 collector, thorourh l.'nowledge ofTlce
work. E. E. liardlo, Wasatch 3731-W
GENTLEMAN WANTS POSITION ,i
clerk: can furnish tho best rcfcrciicpy.
AddresK D-15, Tribune. ul507
BARBER, UNION, YOUNG MAN. so
ber, reliable, wants steady poaltion.
anywhere; slate guarantee. Addrwus
D-30. '1'rlbunc. 11I735
MARRIED MAN WISHES WORK; GOOD
habits, experienced in grocery busi
n".ns. teaming; alro good cook. Add,-etH
D-3t. Tribune. n'l7C.O
M16 P ERTfXTV A (EN EKTjTo?
77 Ea3t Third South. China suitable
for gifts and orlzco. Claim and urKnto
Alleles and 0110 to Chicago und Ti,.7i,lra
Portland, ami one to Florida icif ,'-llR
das: very rcasonnbln rate. lHmrTu ymKk
& Storage Co.. 72 So. Mali,. UbI
M.-tal roinpany. IliKhe.i prices imi.i . 'Mb
copper, bra'.. rubber. Iiottlo. ot.. Hi ,0f WE
Ilyland 2316. lull So, Statt st nv,))i1&
FURNITURE OF ALL 1CIK d.'Twj'B)
cd: will puv you Hint-class DrlT-l?
K irishor .;-. Bobbins, ICS So. W. pSi,HvBk
- " -pF
uta n . .1 u n k t:(j. . n k ; mwrlllK
pa Id for Iron, brasi. rntj, bottlr-i .i'Jmfi
lev. coppyr. clc. Sto So. uh 'VhW
Wnxatcli 229. '
ACT Wlf-ELV. tmt
Prepare ror cold snaps by b ivn- w,,;Bl
footwear well ropulred. " 'lK
MONARCH SHOE REP MRlNr; Pn )Wl
21 E. Second Soulh. Warm.:), 35M.' Bp
FEW UNCLAIMED iAU.OR;W
.iiiiti4 anil overcoiitii al a hriVB!
Spielberg Tailoring Co., 57 W. SaJP&M
TO DO YOUR. UPHOLSTERINT. 7t
Mfgcra;?: LHuh Bc,id4iJ
HIGHEST PRirES PAID FOR S'tY1?
ha::d furniture, carpelw. atovc- inilwfM
and'yalhic. Wasatch S3;. ' gjjB
YOUR OLD CrLOTHTNG; WlLlTcITr-
Salvation Army. Phone. tlufrH
ALL KINDS OF HOUSEHOLD GOOtw"!
wanted. Tel. Was. 362?. MOUM
ALL UNION MEN TO TvTSAR OrilTW
and 53 UN ION -MA DE hal-. w5',
Merit." Merit Hal Co.. Sl-83 E. 2 n (ecM
HIGHEST "PRICES PAID FOR itFCOnvB
hand furnllure. carpets, cook n...H
rangefl, trunk-n Was. S?i. a2j
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN FoR?M
dramatic compp.iiy tourl- 5 Iduiio arO'W
irtah: lor:g engagement. Addro:ra 3s;B
Ker.slngLo:! nve.. Salt Lakn CUy n,2(j
CATTLE. AN V KIND. YOUNG AVDpviM
calves, pouilrv. r keo i;o .leiFv Wi'AlB
for service. Cows felcl.ed A. T Saun
d?r.-. phone Hyland 237-l-J. Rear lmfB
s. '.lain. maiiovB
Wanted to Buy.
hand ior' box and meal block fur lncttiS
market. Wasatch 49TI. nlsSlj'B
LARGE SAMPLE TRUNK. ADDUEM
D-31. Tribune. liKISbB
Wanted to Buy Real Estate E
on Ninth East street, off Ninth S'-julhMr
Glvo complclo dolalla and exact locatloti'V
and terms. Address C-33. Tribune 4
LOST AND FOUND.
I.OST ONE BLACK AnuT'Vm:;?
about 1300: ono bay lmrs. weight aboai'
1200: one roan horse, wrlglit about Ui;l
Tel. or write to S. L. Ilorsr Mulo inar"?
ket and. get reward. Til w. .1157.
LOST DUEL DOG. PrPPvT XlJOVT ?,
months old: pure vhito exrcjjt fCK
black spots on back: dKippcared Tltiirr-i
day afternoon. Call Wasatch iF.'JG-W !
and receive reward on delivery of doj"
LOST ONE PRESTO LIGHT TAN(?
between Salt Lake and Tooe)c. lic-Jb
turn to Freed Furniture Co. and recclvtw
LOST A I'EARL PIN. RETURN Tol
57 So. 7th East. Reward nlo?0
LOST CROCHET CENTKUPIRcS"
Kindly call Wasatch 3321. nlGjS:
ly guarantee my crrcat successful1,
"Monthly" remedy; safely rcllcvci soroi'
of the longest. mo3t obstinate, ubnoniulj
cases In thrco lo tlvo days: no liarm
pain or Interference with work; null;
S1.50. Double slrcnstli. S2. Dr. n.
Southlngton Remedy Co., Kaimi Cllr.i
SINCE WE MOVED INTO THe!
Kearns building wo have not hai'
enough business to keep us all liiistllni'i
We havo been making money, of course
but we are not satisfied, wo want to Ew.
busy all tho time. iN'ow wo want ico-J
pie, all kinds of people, to conic up to.
our office. 123 Kearns building, and help,
keep us busy. You know wo dnmoiK
strato "Try-New Life," a little instai-1
ment that takes away your pain?, am!)'1
relieves that, tired feeling. If you Met.
the treatments, and want a machine, ire:
will rent It to you, or sell it you, ai";
you please, but come up anyway of tor
as vou like we don't charge auythjnf,
We will be glad to sec you. and wc Ttill,
guarantco you a good time - yea trifl'
like ns we know, and you will llkv "Try'"
New-Life." too. Wo are the Hamilton--Beach
Sales company; perhapa yon have
heard of us. Wo have a phone. U:,
sat eh 23S0 Is tho number. Conio up anf;
time, we are always open, we work all,,
day like ordinary people. ,i
Nearly forgSt to say that we she,
awav books, real interesting oncf. CalL
or wiito for one. aHsJ,;
xtANGES CONNECTED, ii.'oO; VA'l'.
jackolu cleaned, $2; L. jackets, "i,
stoves repaired. 4 Ontario ct. PHanr,
Wasatch 67H-W. -j
LININGS, GRATES AND WATER J
Jackets, nil iimkes. work sunniiitM-);
G. D. Lovctt foundry. 11 7th TV. Yfo
STOVE AND RANGE REPAIRING;1!
Water jackets cleaned. Goulcn.
R street. Wasatch C719-.f. n5Ii';
R0T.'.ERTS & KARBEIO. SnOr.'lifANps'
reporterf:, notaries public Dcpoeiucm-, .
court and convciitlon reporting
Walker li'.ink bldg., S"ult LaiW'Jj
Phones Ofllec. Wasatch, 1593 : rcaluencf.
H. xlaiul 9GS-W. -
HAY, GRAIN AND FLOUR
PHONE. PHONE, PHONE WAS. j"',
for coal by sack or ton. eltcapct P".
u buy hay and grain. Cash Coronilesion
Co.. 127 W. 1st So. (Union dilvcr-.J .
JOHN J. LAAS8, aSM
Mechanical cnclucer, structural ' "V
Ing and general drafting. Jve"lljfc,mi
fpccialljN Office iN'o. 902 Ueanis SBj
'1'et. W'asateh 492G. rrSrlf
BEST PRICES PAID FOR n' J'5SjB?
clothing. W. Gllckninn 71 oulU
Temple. iylt. 4313.
pslrcd. Salt Lako Maltreta i Jils-Si,WK
pDurii- 3399. jE
plant. Printing. Binding. Office ((
plies and Furniture Legal IaUJ'Ki:i,&
V. 2nd So. Exchanso 30" -ggt
UOMlf P'pERCLF VnIno t'O.
work i -p.Tl nnMl in-n prlC'JJ 'd?i;j
f lf'ct. Duvalo pap-.-i -loie