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II OGDEN DEPARTMENT
OFFICE 25G2 WASHINGTON AVENUE. PHONE G6V.
Office Hours G n, m. to 10: 30 a. nx; 3 p. m. to B p, a
I SAYS PURER WATEB
I IEDEDFI OGDEIj
Report of City Engineer
Points Out Conditions He
B Declares Require Changes.
I Special tu Tna Tribune.
OGDEN, Jan. 28. That the water which
s now supplied for ubo In Ogdcn city l
"jt aa pure a It nhonM be J lr.dlcat.vl In
t o annual report or City Engineer H. J.
Craven, "as presented and accepted by
t e commissioners at their regular
meeting thlH morning. The engineer ad
.se strongly the exercising1 of the city's
water rights In South Fork canyon,
where the Ogdcn River .Reservoir corn
nny iK now building a- dam nnd reservoir
for Irrigating purposes.
Thla in thu portion of the engineer'a re
port regarding the impure water which
e now finding its way Into tho city reser
voirs: The emptying of the reservoir of
Utah Light & Railway company
',ar the head of Ogdcn canyon, ex
poics a filthy condition of the reservoir
nd thore arisea from the muck and
mud and from thr decayed vegetable
and mineral matter found there a
Mtoneh which io nauseating In the cx-
ITeme. and aa moat or tho water con--umed
by Ogden city passcH through
'Ma reyorvolr. it demonstrates more
fully than ever tho necessity of extra.
efTort being made by the city to sc
r uro a supply of pure water. This
ran be done through our flung on
And I would strongly recommend
Mat everything be done to secure nil
our flliiiRf on South Fork. A1k that
Proper appliances for measuring wn
er both In South Fork and the city
eorvolrs he Installed.
With regard to the improvements made
during the year 1012, the report shows
i at in somo Instances the work
amounted to one-third that -which waa
a- -ompUtfhcd in previous years. This
table shows tho sidewalks built during
- pa i throe oars.
Total Cost of Total feet
Clty'B Work built
- ,i Sl5,So0.1t; 25,700
.". 3,051.17 10,200
T: paving Improvements for 1012 as
-spared to 1510 nre Hhown in the fol
Cost per Total Total
q. yd. taxation cost
. .-ssao $i7.::a-us 5M,t57.03
'2.C7 lO.SIS.SC 10.S4S.S6
tr.tal of C17C foot of eight-Inch sewer
m . o'lilt throughout the city during the
i" tiic ayatom now totaling thirty-six
, c. of sewer,
r.v lining the 1012 figures as a basis, the
of maintenance for tho goncrat on-H""-ms
depurtmont was twenty-eight
f "nt 1cm during the past year than
"91 i and two per cent above the com
t!"'S. The general com for three yearn
- x. ovn to be us follows: 1P10. $9,769.62;
. I. J! 1.701.22; 1A12. 9.07S.71.
I'-Umncrglng" a Problem.,
spc-.n: to The Tribune.
O'JDEN. .Ian. 2S. Until he ia cnllght
fi.ed bi further Information from the gon
f ;r officials, of the syatcm, City Ticket
Vgei t I'aul Uocmcr of tho Harrlman
' i'-h I lust a little bit puzzled aa to
wSat action will be taken by the passon
,rr departments relative to tho "un-''-glng"
of the Union and Southern Pa
i'Ick Acting on an order from GerrJt
t' ort. rrcnerul pasHengor ngunt of (he Union
Pacific. Mr. Boi'iTicr Is having the nanus
1 Southern raelfic" obliterated from all
rj'I.-ond stationery now in use in the lo
ral f flff and Inc. word have already
in i removed from tho slgnw which ap
icar in tho liokel office windowH.
"Sr r.emer ion not believe that tho
hit urging" of thf two lines nnd the
r ipMnatlon of Southern Pacific liusinesa
' orn th- yffleen of the T'nlnn Pacific and
r er Harrlnnin lines will make necessary
I o rMithllnhinmit of ii district S. P. tick
e' office in till- city.
IClianglng: Shop Locations.
r, -at to The Tribune.
OfJOliN. .Ian. as. Sovcral changen In
r location of Ogdr.n buslncM Inatltu-
on will bi made within tho next fow
r nk The PcTy-Knlsely Hardware
ompTPV, nw locateil at 2155 Waahlng-
'i ?inu?. will niovi to the building now
ort jri"d by the Toggery flothlng storo
i .J'7 Washington avenue. The Stnf
fo 1 Millinery eompany. n branch of the
Salt Lake company. n lo occupy tho store
at 2I.'3 AVaNhlngton avonue. The latter
' rm H now loented at 23G7 "Washington
U'tH thr eompltlo:i of the oxtenalva
i rrovfnont nt the Hecsc Howell bulld
! Hip the Manhattan olothca ahop, now lo
cated Ht 2300 "VVaHhlngton avenue, will
- ovr Into one of the ground-floor apart-ont-
the other to be occupied by. the
llic l ontabllslimoiit. It ia anticipated
af, Rome of the change will be made
a out February 1.
I Funeral of Miss Douglas.
S t :al to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 2S.Tho funoral lorv
i t . for Mian V.'ealthy Douglas were con
du trd by Dii'hoji Itobcrt McQuuitIc In
th Second wnnl ctupel at 2 o'clock thla
af'ernoon. Other yptmkcru In addition to
F.lsr,op jrcQiwirrle wero T. S. Browning,
lo m A. Boyle and George Shorton. The
riialtal ntimbora wore rendered by W.
"Arfght. Giik Sajidors. Alyrtlo Illglcy.
r s o Shorten. Walter Stcvons and lth&L
"even. Tnterment tntih made In tho Og
den City cemetTj.
I Held for District Court.
speal to Tlie Tribune.
OGDEN, Jnn. 3S. K. B. Brooka. ar
rested in thin city a fow days ago for
"h alleged drawing of checks on a Ma
lad bank. In which hn Imd only 1 cent
on deposit, waa arruicned before Judge
W II. Itof-lrr thl morning on a chargo
of obtaining money under fiUfi pru
tene. lie .was held under ?CO borvd
or tr.4l In the dlBtrl-t court.
IGraittOfl Llcciiso to Wed.
bptfc-al to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Jnn. 2S. Marriage Ikenftoa
ero granted today to Herbert A. Brown
4tid 3ilR8 Margaretha WJtteeen, both of
Osden, Walter Calvin Waldron of Mor
gan and MaryHasel Watt of Trnmonton:
Joha F. Stewart and Miss Mary B "vYov
w ent. loth of Warren.
Ability and Disposition
T-.r Utah SUte National Bonk haa
B not only ability, but the earnest !-
B a're to render the bent possible
entro n banking.
H It lnitea accounts, subject to check
H on the mort t-atlKfactory basts con-
'i(ei.t with gocHl business mcUioda
ard f hKir-'ial jTiurif
WILL IKE FIGHT 01
Weber County Medical So
ciety Takes Up Crusade in
I Official Manner.
Spooi.-U to The Tribune.
OGDI3N, Jan. 2S. In accordance with
a decision reached by the members of the
Weber County Medical association. Dr.
C F. Osgood, a mcinbnr of the Ktate board
of medical examiner?, ia to bo supplied
with tho name of so-called physicians
who. It is alleged, have no right to as
sume the title of "doctor" or to practice
modlclne in this state. Tho object of
tho cmsnde is to proaecuto and drive out
those -who ha'vo not obtained legal right
to practice. The propoaed action ia con
sidered by tho members of the associa
tion to be In the best interests of the
Tho new officers who have Just been
Installed for tho ensuing year arc: Dr.
A. A- Robinson, county physician, presi
dent; Dr. W. H W3ialcn, city physician,
vice president: Dr. C. R. McMurd3-, sec
retary and treasurer; library committee.
Drs. rt. S. Joyce. JEJ. P. Mills and Ezra
Rich; membership and cthlcK commlttoe,
Drs. J. R. Morrcll. 15. H. Smith and C. B.
Utah Well Hcprcsontcd.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN", Jan. 2S. The Wcbor county
members of the Utah Canncrs' associa
tion who expect to attend tho national
convention In Louisville. Ky.. next month
held a conference with E. R. Lois, gen
eral agent for the Santa Fc railroad, In
the Weber club today and mndo the
final arrangements for the trip. There
will be more than twenty Utah canncrs
in the party. Tho trip will be made via
the Rio Grando and -Santa Fe Hnc3, leav
ing Ogdcn In a spoclal car on Tuesday
afternoon, February -I. After spending
onn day in Donver and two dnys In Chi
cago, tho Utah delegates will arrive in
Louisville on tho following Monday.
Doubling Power Plant.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 2S. Tfavlng provided an
additional water supply by raising the
dam In Ogdcn canyon, tho Utah Light
.fc Railway company Is now preparing to
Install machinery which will double the
capacity of tho uydro-clectrlc station on
Twelfth street- C. A. ICohn. general su
perintendent of tho company's power sta
tions, and O. H. Honnold. general elec
trical engineer, were In the city today
on a tour of inspection. They stated that
tho placing of the additional turbines nnd
poneratora would be started early In tho
Francis Frost Buried.
Special lo The Tribune.
OGDEN, Jan. 2S. Many sorrowing
friends. Including Ills former cku?smatefl
at tho Ogdcn high school, attended tho
funeral of Francis Frost at St. Joseph's
church this morning. The scrv!ce were
conducted by the Rov. Father P. M.
Cushnolinn at 10 o'clock and conplstcd of
tho requiem ma.3. Tho pallbearers were
W. J. Lever. C. Allon, R 3?rophy, E.
Moriescy. L. Mumfort and C. Corly. The
Rev. Father John Ryan conducted the
scrvIccH at the gravo In Mountain View
Suiiflowor and Sagobvush.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. .Tan. 2S. The annual party of
tho Ogden-ICans'aJi society will be bold In
the Weber club rooms Wednesday overl
ing and responses to Imitations havo
been received from persons residing In
Corlnnc. Salt Lake. Provo and from polnta
as far south' as Mammoth. In addition
lo music by the Jones orchestra thero will
be vocal solos by Mrs. I. 11. Masters of
Provo, Miss Nellie Ramcy and .7. W.
Ramey of this city. The principal ad
dress, "Why They Lt-rt Kansas," will bo
delivered by J. R. Cooper.
Facos Many Chargos.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 2S. Robert Boytcr, ar
rested in Idaho Falls, Idaho, and wanted
hero for alleged embezzlements in connec
tion with laud sales, has been unablo to
secure funds with which to make good
the dofalcatloiifi and will bo brought to
this cltv for trial on elghtoen countu.
Doputy 'Sheriff Tom DcVlnc. who noti
fied the locnl authorities of Boytcr's in
ability to raise about ?300, tho amount
needed to pay the claims, has n;cn in
structed to start for Ogden with the
prisoner at once.
Death Hold Accidental.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 2S. A ver.llct of acci
dental death was returned by a coroncr'a
Jury today in tho death of Gcorgo W.
Hales, who was killed in tho Rio Grandu
railroad ynrd on Jnnuarv 5 when hn
camo In contact with a switch stand and
waa knocked v"'lcr a moving train. Tho
jury, which was Bummoned three days
after tbc death of Mr. I Talon, waa com
posed of R. II. Wadman. jod Plngrce,
Jr., and G. W. ITogan.
Eoady to Eaisc Steel.
Spocial to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 2S. With nearly one
hundred tons of stool unloaded from tho
cars in this city. Manager W. A. Lar
klus of the Dinwiddle Construction com
pany is ready to start actual construc
tion work on tho Ivccles offico building
as loon H8 weather la oufflclontly favor
able. An soon aa tho supremo court of
the state returns a decision In the suit
which Involves the use of tho nouth wall
of the old building, tho wall will bo re
moved. Tills decision is expected onrly
Held for Montana.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 23. Having fnilod to
connect the man's operations with any
of the forgeries recently committed in
this city. Shorlff R. EL Harrison has de
cided to turn John McDormott over to
the Buttr. Mont., authorities. Ho ia
wanted there for alleged fraudulent chock
operations. Sheriff Harrison haa been
notified that an officer will arrive In tho
city for McDnrroott tomorrow morning.
Ico Crop in Escollont
SpockU to Tho Tribune.
OGDDN, Jnn 28. Tee twenty-tiro and
a. lialf Indies thick, tho best harvest 1n
ilvn ycare. acconling to Manager "Billy"
Wilton of the llcrntltagc, in being cut
from tho surfoco of tiio power dnm in
Ogdmi canron. In addition to this, it la
aald to bo absolutely fro from foreign
jrubataneea. Miuiagor Wllbon la har
vesting a simply of 250 tons for tiso at
tho canyon hotel during tho coming tea-eon.
Don't "think because you have t&fcan
many remedies in vain that your caso
You havo not taken Hood's Sarsa
parilla. It has cured many tcomingly lmpe
lcss cases of scrofula, catarrh, rheuma
tism, kidney complaint, dyspepsia and
"cnornl debtlitjr many enscs that mav
have been worso than vours.
What this great medicine has dono
for others it can do for you.
INTEREST IS PAID
On the stock of
Tho profits 0 to tho stock-holders.
Xo high salaries aro paid.
It ia managed by experts in tho
Road for yourself how one man
Nov. 1st, 1011 bought 100
shares of our stock for. .S 100.00
Nov. 1st, JS112 dividends at 9
per cent for a year 9.00
Nov. 1st, 1912 lncroase in
value of stock t 20.00
Profit in ono voar from $100 in
vestment $20.00 "
HOME BUILDERS CO.
10 and 12 East Broadway, Salt Late
FOR niEl MUTE
Form Overland Trail Auto
mobile Highway Associa
tion to Work Out Plans, j
Special (o The Tribune.
OGDEN, Jan. 25. By far the most Im
portant action which has yot marked tho
campaign for a. Ira-necontlnontal automo
bile route across northern Utah by way
of UJvanston. Wyo.. Ogden and around
the north end of the lake was taken at
a mass mooting held In the Weber blub
rooms tonight, when preliminary steps
were taken to form tho Overland Trail
Automobile Highway association. It 13
distinctly a movement In which the north
ern counties of the state aro Identified,
Cache. Box Elder, Morgan, Rich, Davis,
Summit and Weber counties being ropre
sonted on the executive committee select
ed by President IT. SL Rowe. chairman
of tonight's meeting.
According lo the resolutions, the meet
ing went on record aa favoring the orig
Innl nor thorn route from Denver to Salt
Dako. Whllo Evanston, Wyo., to Ogdcn
and thenco to Salt Lake City Is included
ns one of tho Utah cities on tho proposed
route. There wna no reference in the
meeting to the recent negotiations where
by Salt Lake and Ogden Interests wero
lo work in harmony on tho selection of a
John F. Linehan Dios.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Jan. 25. John F. Lino'iian, for
twenty-two ycara a saloon keeper In this
city, with, his placo of business on lower
Twenty-fifth street, died at tho home of
hlB sister, Mrs. Arthur F. Mullen. 2S11
Grand avenue, today. Mr. Dinchan lia1
been retired from business for tho past
thrci yean?. The body Js at tho Kirltan1 ?
dall undertaking rooms.
"Arosida-by-Lho-Lnko" irrigated land
ib a wonderful bargain at $100 per
aero. Drop a card TODAY to tho Na
tional Sanngs & Trust Co, Top Floor.
Walker Bank BIdg.. Salt Lako Citv,
Utah, and ask for information. (Adv.)
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for the District of Utah
In tho matter of Adolph Dovln, bank
rupt. No. 1-151 In bankruptcy. Peti
tion for discharge.
To the Honorable John A. Mnr.-hall,
Judge of the district court of tho United
SlatcM for tho district of Utah:
Adolph Levin of Mldvalc, In the
county of Salt .Lako and state of
Utah. In said district, reupcctfullv repre
sent:! that on tho 9th day of July last
past, he was duly adjudged bankrupt nn
dor tho acta of congress relating to bank
ruptcy: that ho bus duly surrendered all
his properly and rights of property, and
has fully compiled with all tho require
ments of said acta and of the orders of
tho court touching his bankruptcy.
Whoreforo ho pray; that ho may bo
decreed by tho court to have a full dis
charge from nil debts provablo against
his cstato under wld bankrupt acta, ex
cept hucIi debta as aro excepted by law
from such discharge.
Dated this 23rd day of January, A. D.
ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON.
District of Utah.
On this 2Sth day of January, j. d.
1913, on reading tho forrgoing petition it
la ordered by tho court, that a hearing
bo had upon tho sumo on tho 10th day
of February, A. D. 191S, before said court
at Salt Lnko City, in said district, at 10
o'clock In the forenoon: and that notice
thereof be published in tho Salt Lake
Tribune, a newspaper printed In said dis
trict, and that all known crcdltorn and
other persons In Interest may appear at
the uaid tlmo and place and show cause, I
If any they have, why the prayer of the
6ald petitioner should not bo granted.
Ami 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. addresHed to them at their
places of residence as stated.
Witness the Honorable John A. Mar
shall, Judgo of the aald district court, nd
the seal thereof, nt Salt Lake City. In
wild district, on tho SSfh day of January,
Attest; JERROLD R. LETCHER.
(Sftnl of Court) Clerk.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United Statea for tho District of Utah.
In the matter of Nelson Queen Con
colldated Mining company, voluntary
bankrupt. In bankruptcy. No. 1G1S.
To tho creditors of Nelson Queen Con
solidated Mining company of Salt Lake
City, in tho county of Salt Lako and
district aforesaid, a. bankrupt.
Notice Is hereby given that on the
13th day of January, lfll.1, tho aald
Nelson Queen Consolidated Mining
company was duly adjudicated bank
rupt: and tbat the first maotlng of Its
creditors will be held at nn office
In tho Continental block. Salt Lake City,
Utah, on the Sth day of February. 1P13.
nt 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at which
time tho aald creditors may attond. prove
their claims, appoint n trustee, eaamlne
tho bankrupt, and transact such othor
business aa may properly com- before
Rfroe tn Bankruptcy.
Sa T.Ue r f Jan !M
Search Thq Tribune Want -A
els for sales oL' furniture, house
hold neceKeitics and competent
Study the Want Ads Today!
COOMBS HI ram S. Coombs In his Toth
year at his residence. 1125 Emorson
uvenue on January 27. Funeral sorvlceH
will be held from the residence at -:S0
p. m. Thursday. Interment will bo in
Mt. Ollvot comotcry. No flowens.
FREEBA.IRN In thla city, January 27.
Wlllloni P. FTccbalm aged 12. Funeral
services yr be held from tho royldcnce,
204S Soutli Srvcnth East at 2 V- n.
Thursday. Interment City cemolory.
SinTH At 1330 West Seventh South
January 2.S, Lillian M., wlfo of Harry
Smith, check clerk at O. S. L. Railroad
and member of Spanish War Veterans,
aged .17 years. Body at O'Donnell &
Co.'a parlors. Notlco of funeral latcr.
LEVHNE Funeral aervlccs ovor tho
body of Lillian Lovuno will be held
from O'Donnell & Co.'n chapel 22.1-227
S. W. Temple today, Wednesday, at 10
a. m. Interment B'nal Israel cemetery.
LUCE Funoral services will be held for
Abraham K. Luce, who died at his
home on lGlh Soutli street near tho cor
ner of State on January 2J. from tho
funeral chapel of Ebcr W. Hall. 164 So.
West Templo, today (Wcdncsdey) at 1
p. m. under tho auspices of Maxwell
MeKean Post G. A. R. Interment will bo
in the G. A. R. plot In Mt. Ollvot comctory.
SNIDER The funeral services over tho
remains of the late John Snider, aged
Si years, will bo held today (Wednesday)
at 2 p. m. from the Seventeenth ward
chapel. Friends are invited to attend and
the body will be on view at tho family
residence 133 Wost Second North atrcut
from 11a. m. to 1:30 p. m. Interment In
CARD OF THANKS.
WE DESIRE TO TAKE TJHS DI'POTt
tunlty of expressing our sincere thanks
to the many friends who so kindly
iisslsted us in tho recent sickness and
death of our beloved father and brother:
nlso for the many beautiful floral offer
ings. MJRS. TJDAGEN.
PAUL W. THORNT3.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS. .
EBER W. HALL, UNDERTAKER AND
embolmer. 164 So. West Temple. Phone
E. O. O'DONNELL, UNDERTAKER.
and ombalmer, has moved to now loca
tion. 225-227 South West Templo utrooL
Ronltv blrtg. Phono i"K0 o339?
LARKIN-IIULL UNDERTAKING COM
pany; modern chapel parlors. 255 So.
2nd East. Wasatch 6132. Open day and
Ci W. BANKS, UNDERTAKER AND
cmbalmer. Hi State, Murray. Phono
Murray 347. n903
at. Phono 106. Cut flowers and fu-ri-nl
THE LEADING F"IX)RIST W. W. KINO.
2U E 2nd So. Phona 37. b237
McKcnzle. Display yards. U2 So. State.
from greenhouse. Pcrtcr-Walton Co..
27 Stato. m37Sl
WILL SHIP CAR U. H. GOODS TO LOS
Angeles and one to Chicago and one to
Portland, and ono to Florida next ton
days; vory reasonable rates. Kimball Van
& btorago Co.. 72 So. Main. n280S
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS WANT
cd; will pay you flrst-class prlrea. Fish
er Robblns Co.. CO W. 2nd South.
Wasatch 5171. e3C5
UTAH JUNK CO.. HIGHEST PRICE
paid for iron, brass, rags, bottles, rub
ber, copper, etc 840 So. iUi West. Phono
Vacatch 229. ml873
Prepare for cold anupa b7 liavlng your
Tootwear well repaired.
MONARCH SHOE REPAIRING CO..
-'1 E. Second South. Wasatch. 35S3.
" WESTERN JUNK &
Metal company. Highest prices paid for
copper, brans, rubber, bottles, etc. Phono
Ilyland 1'31C. 10 M So. State st. n299
A FEW UNCLAIMED TAILOR-MADE
suits and overcoatn at a bargain.
Spielberg Tailoring Co., 67 W. 2nd So.
TO DO TOUR UPHOLSTERING AND
, inattrcso remaking, Utah Bedding k
Mfg. Co. Phono 383. b202
TOUR OLD CLOTHING: WILL CALL
balvatlon Army. Phone. t2191
ALL KINDS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
wanted Tel. Waa. 3G2o. kl0S4
ALL UNION MEN TO WEAR OUR 52
,rar?.1..,3,IJN10'V-MADB hats. "Hats or
Merit." Merit Hat Co.. S1-8S E. 2nd So.
LADIES A!ND GENTLEMEN FOR A
1 ram a tic company touring Idaho and
Utah; Ioi:s engagement. Address 359
ensington ave.. Salt Lake City. m22fl?
CATTLE. ANT TCIND. TOUNG ANrJFAT
calves, poultry. I koeD two Jcraey bull
for sorvfre. Cows fotched. A. T. Saun
dorn. Phone Hyluiul 2.71-J. Roar 1415
So. Main. n3016
WANTED-BLTD OR POODLE PUP
call Wasatch 55SB-R, n'JSOS
"BABY FOR ADOPTION: WTLD PAT
doctor and nurse expenses. Addrnna
F-5. Tribune. n30S2
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. OFFICE
furniture, bookkeeper desk, roll-ton
dealc and chairs. P. O. Box 1345. n30Sl
OFFICE DESK. FLAT TOP, FTVE-PLT
veneered, aanltarj. not less than 53
inches wide. P. O. Box 355, Salt Lake
Wanted to Buy Real Estate
on Ninth East utreet. off Ninth South.
Give complete details and exact location
and terms. Address C-S3. Tribune.
5-ROOM MODERN COTTAOE. ON EAST
terroa. N. T. ., p. o. box 1751,
FTVE OR SEC-ROOM MODERN HOUSE.
In nice part of city. Give full par
tfrn'ar?. Address E-54, Tribrine p-t'l
Wanted Female Help.
G,orr 3 Al' DEPARTMENTS. AP
, gtfZ, READT FOR WORK AT S . A. JX.
A..i.P- M. DATLT. TROT DAUNDRT.
4-1 SOUir 6TH BJA6T.
SUCCESB rNSURANCE UTAH BUSI
.ne3a college preparaUon for bus'.n,ea11
Jin Sia.rl i course now. Boston bide,
day or night. 538
BAKCLET CORSETS ARB LTK13 OLD
friends; they wear well: made to meas
urements: guaranteed to fit. not to break
or rusL Wasatch 30P1-W. Competent
8TVJeSB women wanted to tako agencies
n Utah toTru3. 40 Woodruff Apt. a5494
FREE EMPLOTMENT AGENCT. BASE
ment Pirat CongreKalloiiKl church: we
rret you a position free of charge Tele
phono CS22. t2773
WANTED 3 ALL ROUND DAUtfDRT
Prla; good wagos. Apply ready for
or.v. Murray laundry. nlB4
G9OD GIRL TO ASSIST TN GENERAL
itousework. No. 1 Wlllley apts.
Steady position, good wages: apply
Murray laundry. n2239
VISIT T-TENAGER'S BUSFNESS COL
Jegc if you want to sec tho largest,
nest-xnutpped and most up-to-dato com
mercial school in tho state. Visitors fil
"wnys woleomc. n2-3S3
SCHOOL GTRL WANTED TO ASSIST
00- -it1 caro r children and housework.
a Modern place. Call mornings. n27i53
GOOD GTRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply 1103 3rd ave. n2590
TOP RUN NO RISK WTTEN TOT" EN
roll at Hennger's Business College- Po
sitions secured or tuition refunded. En
roll now. n28G9
WANTED A GIRL OR WOMAN FOR
general housework: references. Apnlv
101 Mercantile Annex. n2SGG
COMPETENT COOK; XO LAUNDRY
work. Call mornings. 10G1 Brigham si.
WANTED GOOD. EXPERIENCED
girl for general housework: must have
rofcrencos. 121S East 1st South. n3021
NURSE GTRL FOR AFTERNOONS. AP
ply No. 19 Ruby apt. Call mornings.
MTDDLE-ACED WOATAN FOR CTTAM
bcr work. Apply TTcrculrs hotel. n299l
TEACHER FOR SEVENTH GRADE.
private lessons, day or evening. Tlylnnd
1H01-W. " iiHOSl
MIDDLE-AGED CAPABLE WOMAN TO
cook and lake charge of houso In frimllv
of six In Ely. Nevada: faro paid to Elv
and S20 per month. Apply at onco .TS
So. nth East. Ilylapd 457-.T. n3072
GTRL FOR GENERAL TTOUSTTU-ORK.
77 M St. 113071
EXPERIENCED MIDDLE-AGED CTTAM
bennaid. Belmont hotel. n3069
COMPETENT TTPIST AT ONCE.
Temporary r. r. position, sular- S7n.
Remington Typewriter Co. n309n
M.AN AND WTFE. COOK AND
wnltrcns, 3110 mouth,
woman cook. J75.
2 wnltrossps. Tdaho.
STROCK'S EMPLOYAIENT A OCT..
55 W. 2nd So. St. n.iono
GIRL FOR GEVERAT HOUSEWORK:
good home. 10iw East 2nd Co. n3l03
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK. 00 1ST AVE
n 3 1 0,
LADIES PAN EARN SS-10 PER WEEK
doing plllov tons at home; no experi
ence necessary. Hn l N. 1st W. n3107
MANUFACTUTtrNG COMPANY WANTS
honest, rcllablo women who can cam
a general agency for nnv of the follow
ing states: Utah. Arizona, Novo da. Now
Mexico. Colorado. Wyoming. Montana.
Idaho Washington or Oregon. ABk for
mnn in charge of window demonstration
at Freed' furniture store. 10 to 12 a. tn..
or 2 to 4 p. m. n3U2
Wanted Situation Female.
West Glh South. n271!
A GOOD GIRL WANTS GENER VL
housework. Call at 32S West Third
TOUNGDADT. NEAT A PPEATt ANCE.
desires situation as office girl; can
wrllo good hand and keep small set
books. Inuulrc 10GS 3rd ave. Phono Wa
satch 1337-M. d3101
Wanted Situation Male.
to become connected with Salt Lak
enterprise; can Install mall order nvetem
In any lln of business. Would like to
ecure an Interview with any on Inter
ested. Addrers A-31. Tribune, ml873
MAN OF TWENTY YEARS' EXTMCrT
?nce collecting, and thoroughly familiar
with city, wants a position. Address
E-IG. Tribune, n2793
SITUATION AS NIGHT CLERK on
Janitor. Address A-20. Tribune. ml77
AS" BOOKKEEPER. ASSISTANT OR
collector, thorough knowledge ofCIco
work. E. E. Hardle. Wasatch 3764-W
GENTLEMAN WANTS POSITION AS
clerk: can furnish the beat references
Address D-10. Tribune. nl507
YOUNG MAN OF GOOD APPEAR
ance, good education, clean habltF, one
year's clerical experlenc, wlthrs work
willing to work, too. Address E-52
SET OF BOOKS TO ICE BP EVENT
Inge by experienced bookkeeper- rim
furnish rcferonco. Address F-l, Trlb-
POOR TOUNG MN ATTENDING
school wishes place to work for board.
Address E-50. Tribune. n3009
cleaning. S. L. Carptt CUonlnr Co., 4JC
7th East. h3207
NATIONAL HOUSE & CART'ET
Qcanlng Co.; 9x1?, one dollar: vacuum
cleaning and house cleaning. War. 1251.
215 Templcon bide n3077
Wanted Male Help.
WA?ni5frMAr' TO TAKE CHARGE
AND DEVELOP A NEW LOCAL
BUSINESS. NO CAPITAL ItF.QUIltKD.
MIST HAVE T'NQI'ESTIONA RLE
REFERENCES AS TO HONESTY AND
SOBRIim. SHOULD HAVE ABILITY
A-S SALESMAN. AND SLIGHT KNOWL
EDGE OF BOOKKEEPING. ADDRESS
P. O, BOX lSin. STATING HOW LONG
IN CITV. FORMER POSITIONS AND
LENGTH OF TIM E IN EACH. AND
FIRMS TO WHOM WE .MAV ItEPER.
ABLE-BODIED MEN WANTED FOR
tho U. S. marine corps, between tho
usea of 19 and 35; must be native born
or havo llrat papers; monthly pay $15 to
to?; additional compensation ponslblo; I
food, clothing, quarters and medical 1
attendance frco: after CO years' scrvlco
can rctln with 75 per cent of pay and
allowiuiccs; sorvico on board ship and
aahoro In all purtM of tho world. Apply
at U. S. Marino Corps Recruiting Office.
ICS Main at.. Salt Eako City. Utah. n3
DANCE LEAJIN TO DANCE. WALT2,
two-utcp. three-step, taught In four
leseona. 03 Postofllce place, bet. Main
and West Tomple. Dancing Tuesday,
Thurzduy and Saturday nightu. Mr. and
Mrs. Woodward, inatructora. Lessons
JAPANESE GENERAL AGENCY.
Help of all klnda furnished. Phone Wa
catch 1311. SSU Wcct 1st Soutli. R1404
MEN'S UNCALLED-lfOR TAILOR
made suits and overcoats at a. sacri
fice. Spielberg Tailoring Co.. 57 W. Sec
ond South. k!804
MEN WANTED TO WEAR OUR
trusses; fit guaranteed. Re Drug Co.
W. Templo and Broadway. h3279
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. BASE
ment First Congrcgatlonid church. We
get you a position free of chargn. Tele
Phono Wasatch 6822. t365
TWO MEN FOR AUTO DRTVTNO AND
repairing; experience unnecessary. Call
73 PoatoflTca placa. mtUi
STROCK'S EMPLOYMJENT AGENCY
Hotel, restaurant and hou3ohold help.
Headcjuurtera for laborcro.
IS West 2nd South. Phono 464.
SHEPPARD'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCi
'Tho Red Front," 112 West 2nd Soutli.
Headquarters railroad and mining help.
Wasatch 3C34. el543
PERSONAL ATTENTION AND TH.OR
oughne3s cliaractorizo Utah Business
College training. Day and night. Begin
now. Boston buKdlng. a!537
1TFTY MEN WANTED. EIGHTH
South and Tenth East, sower work.
Itousor & sim, contractors. nl343
MTJN. WOMEN GET GOVERNMENT
parcel post Jobs. $20 week. Wrlto for
list of positions open. Franklin Institute.
Dopt. 43S-A. Rochester. N. Y. nl482
lVO LT13 SOLICITORS FOR NEWS
papcr proposition: nion with somo
nursery stock cxpciionco preferred. Ap
ply City Circulation Dept.. Evening Tele
gram, nl 653
SALESMAN TO TAKE ORDERS FOR
custom tailored suits of clothes and
custom made shirts In Salt Iako and
nearby towns. Address D-26, Tribune.
WANTED 1ST-CLASS MARKER AND
sorter, good wages to right party,
steady position: apply Murray Laundrr.
WOULD TOU I.TKE TO SEE THE
largest, beat and most up-to-dato com
mercial school In tho state? Visit. Hon
agcr's Business college Visitors wol
como any time. n23Sfi
TAP U.VBOR AGENCT. -
Absolutely reliable; no commission. W.
Watt, 55 Richards St. Wasatch 1319.
SOLICITORS. L.ADT OR GENT;
steady position. Call evenings. 15G2 S.
10th East. i,27.-n
NOW IS A GOOD TIME TO ENROLL
at Henagcr'n Business College. Posi
tions secured for all graduates. Enroll
WANTED TUTOR IN GEOMETRY.
Phone Wasatch 55S3-J. between 9 and
12 a. m. n302U
TWO OR THREE GOOD SOLICITORS
for in and out -of ojiv; good field ami
commission. Address E-5I, Tribune.
MADE STENOGRAPHER, R. R. OR
coal offico experience. Apply Central
Coal & Coke Co.. -10 W. 2nd So. n3002
WANTED BIT.r, Crp:RK FAMILTAR
with tho Wahl adder. Address P. O.
Box 1o7. ii3093
STENOGRAPHER. OUT OF TOWN.
STROCK'S EM P. ACCY..
uo W. 2nd So. St. n303l.
FREE ILLUSTRATED BOOK TELLS
about over 3G0.000 protected positions
In u. S. scrvloo; moro than 40.000 vacan
cies even- year; there Is a big chunco
hero for you. Burr and generous pay. llfo
tlmo omnloymont: casv to get: just ask
for booklot C-219. No obligation. Earl
Hopkins. Washington. D. C. n2
ACTUALLY TNWESTIGATE THE UNIT
cd Slates navy beforo making up your
mind you wouldn't want to belong. Find
out for yourself tho wholo truth about
'avy pay. hours, promotion, training,
nleasanl companionship, chances to learn
tmdcfi. to save up money and to kc the
world. If you're between 17 and 25. call
at navy recruiting station. Judge blrtg..
Last 3rd South and Main strcota. Salt
Lako City. Utah, und cot this Interesting,
valuable Information first hand. Or write
for free book. "The Making or u Man
u -Warsman." Tells In simple language
and clear pictures, all about dully lift
In the navy. etc. Send todnv to Bureau
of Navigation, box 362, Navy Dcpart
mcnt. Washington. D. C. n75S
LOCAL REPR ESENTAT1 VE WAnFeT);
no canvassing or soliciting rnuuired:
good Income assured. Address National
Co-pporatlvo Realty Co.. N-S27. Marden
Building. Wat-hlngton. D. C. nl
WANTED ROY WITH BICYCLE TO
deliver packages. Dnieh! & Fninken.
the Bnsy Corner. . n10l
AUSTRIAN WIT 1 1 KNOWLEDGE OF
English and somo experience u round
mines; must be a good, steady worker:
advancement for right man. Address
F-S. Tribune. n3109
MINE MACHINIST. GOOD WAG ICS FOR
steady, experienced and reliable man:
state age and lant placo of emplovmcnt.
Address F-7, Trlhuuo. n3U0
MANUFACTURING CO. WANTS IION
csat. reliable men who can carrv .a gn
eral ngency for anv of tho following
states: Ttah. Arizona. Nevada. New
Mexico, Colorado. "Wyoming. Montana.
Idaho. Washington or Oregon. Aak for
man In charge of window demonstration
at Frned'n Furniture store. 10 to 12 a. 111.
or 2 to 4 p. tn. n3U1
saga New York method. Rheumatism
cured. 20 Galena block, 3nd South and
Stnto at?. 75j
VAPOR BATHS AND ELECTRIC
. treatment. C3 East 4th South. n255
SWEDISH MASSAGE. BATHS. HOME
treatments, special for non-oiia casea.
Wasatch C29G-R. n3076
Wanted To Rent.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
young couple and Infant. Rooma rnunt
iiiuJ011' ,;,r",shel and have good heat,
llht. vonlllatlon and bath; good neigh
borhood and within 10 minutes ride front
bua nexs center. State price, kind of light,
heat and floors, story. location, size, num-ii.,r-!in4I
cqulpmonta of rooma. Aildrcsf
E-53. Tribune. n30U
YOUNG COUPLE WITH BABY WANTS
- or 3 furnished 100ms for houseke. p
ii.g. preferably whrxo thc ran hxr
iCHrtln Address E B. Trl' ine n
either 3 rooms ui..m'UoB
downstairs. InquiV-o1 ij N
age. wllh run. for two R0MR
t Weai. Wasatch r.&VJ. PcJt1t ilT
I t-ROO.M MOD BirirM7n: JN
I BOTH WELL ft "ft .f.CrTS
IC9 MAIN STREET, Dof
2 OR 4-ROOM Rmcl??rlw: -K
': close ln."vCc5-rTAGgaJ
HOUSES KOR RENT v-TT;
TWO C-UOOM. TiiortorrplTr
ern residences; I WljM
J35 per month' each. NiB
ingn ,fc Trust Co. lllqu,r UtiH
6"irn0r IP D E R N C0TTA0EK
in, $2n por month il . ? CbBr
Buffet or Pho
So. Apply i?i rwS;l5B
Hageu. Phono Waa , 6077 fl:B
Icum In kitchen. JJ3. 7?s .vllB
A FINE, LARGE .TroTpTTTK
light ofllco room? KS
Wlrthlln, 202 Ho hggPr bfj
CLOSE IN; S.VVE C.VTTFT5?r7"S
house. Inquire 35 w. sth Si SB
4-RAI. FR WITH BATH 47T7TSr
Wasatch 3012. . 171 a 8Tg
14 BLOCKS POSTOFncrTT
racdorn; 7-room modera. .'JgK
23 HOUSES. ALD KINDS AvtTSM
Tuttlo Broa. Co.. 159 MM
G AND 5-RQOM MrirTrfM
liouscs. Phono w.
FIVE ROOMS. STniCTLrimnB
rent reasonable. 555 S0 u?
Wasatch 31G3-R. a u-
I BEAUTIFUL ROOMsTTnrM
range. Apply 433 Ea?t SSgl
4-RQOM MODERN PTH.cfB
mo. Hoffman Brothers Loan 1 i'iJM
Company. 22 East First Sou?"
s "good rooms and SuP
4th1 sSSLn. scrcen51 porchi j
4- ROOM PARTLY MOD. TJ?jiSB
cottage, rear 752 E. Srrt Sa, ltTrK
SIX-ROOM BRTCIC GOOD BARN MX
ter and electric light. Teltphoti l
satcb 1092-M. Rent J15. c"pMM
5- ROOM MODERN. $20.00 PER MOVwjB
also 4-room apartment, ilia' Zm
month. 66S E. 7th South. tM
NEW" 5-ROOM MODERN. OAS RJLvJI
lno.ro 445 S. W. Temple. T"M
4- RM. HOUSE WTTIT BATTN". I;0C1M
3S Wost Gth So. Wasatch 4370-W, jjflB
5- RM. BUNGALOW. 573 JTJI itiB
Wasatch SGn-J. 'fl
For Rent Houses FnrmsHIM
except heal, with two olupstuwH
beds, $20 per mo.: 6tb So. and (Ih&iJfl
Phono Ilyland 3326-J. fV
For Rent Miscellaneom M
by 70 fccL Apply Capital ecufcOLB
21 West 1st Sou lh slrcnL nl
For Rent Garage.
etc.. fully equipped and th bt 1m: M
tlon in tha city; State street txl few
and 3rd South, formerly occupied to
Randull-Dodd Co. Apply 0. a BtiM.B
offico Soinloh hotel. !Wl
Funiiture Moving. M
furniture, safu. etc. Alex FldsiitB
Tra nwTor Co.
trado mark or copyrJxhl, ia I fp
Thomas. 308 Utah Savings & Trail mM
SCOTT Co! AIjTj C0TJhTS
terma reasonable. 226- JuJ 'kJ&
COLORS REST0EED. J
IN (JARPETSr OLD, FADKD
colorless rugs and enrpcts mtAt i tt JJH
like new. without Injury to,th,t2!lB'
costly fabric. Prices rtaronablfc R
Martin, 66 V. 1st South I,torl4H
JOHNJ. LAVS, tECILVNlCAb PB
nenr; structural dcBlgninj. P9M
drafting: Inventing a tpftUilJ.
Kf-anis bldg. W. 1""-
BESTPRICES PAID FOU .h3H
clothing W. Gllckman 71 Sotttl
Temple. Wua. 4513, "B
CECIL & CECIL. OiaD0ATB
praetors. Incurablcfl i and fg
bks our specialty. Consultation
Suite 403. 235 Main st. 3
FURRIER AND TAXIDg&g
EVERYTHING IN TIID jtK
taxidermist lino made a ySLB
R. Stcnxcl Fur Co., 67 E- uy
23 yea ra In Salt Like. .
STOVE' CASTTNGSrfATTEBJlB B
12,000 dlfforent "toves; .eoJ (aK
dry vorlc Western l'0UjW
Repair Works, t&c;
LINCOLN HOUSE. 63 EABT J
250 rooms; rates. 35c, oc aa JV
ern: boths. 15c. --rBt
LTDIES-riVoTluTwA X P?SB(
y guaruntoo my fP r)jliTe3
"Monthly" rfSSantb SBL
of tho longost, niost o&tina WjB
cases in three to nJL
pain or Intorforoncs Jn n.
i 50. Double Btrengtb. Katf W
Southlngton Remedy Co.. -B
YOU MAY HAVE TpWiOT
that fre domoi.stratio" t.
giving ovcry lav ! ver'
Wo are- anxious to ae piS
chance to Urn for t coitJJK
a wonder wo a'' ' ,0 FSB
cent, and It la a I'VrXv'r.Ufr JSK
one that owns a l
chlno la a booster. a ";(-of
they think of it. ?trJwV JB
s,.o for yo&t!r?n?ufm&iBz
,lme-anyda. Vt 'nlJ
Co., you know at 4. Wt