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l2 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, -1913.
if I OGDEN DEPARTMENT
Will OFriOE 2562 WASHINGTON AVENUE. PHONE 061.
Offlco Hours 6 a. in. to 10:30 a. m.; 3 p. m. to 0 p. m.
Salt Lake Capitalist Will Con
struct Two-story Building
for Retail Tenants.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Feb. 4. The llnal details of
an Important real estate deal Involving
the transfer of property in the heart of
Ogden's bualnore district wcro completed
today when M. S. Browning and .1. M.
Browning transferred to 31. I. White, of
Salt Lake, the seventy-thrcc-foot lot be
tween the Gcorgo A. Lowe company and
Burton Implement oompany buildings on
the cast aide of Washington avenue. Tho
purchaf-o price wai $29,066. or at the
rate of 5100 per front font- ThL repre
sents an advance of 5100 per foot over
the price that was paid for tho same
property by the Pocry estate three years
White has already entered Into negoti
ations for the drcctlon of a two-story
business block which will occupy the en
tire frontaso of the property and extend
back a distance of 1C0 foot. Jt is ox--pecttd
that before the end of the week
plana will havo progressed sufficiently to
award the contract for the excavating.
Aoeordinc to the Ogdcn parlies connected
with thu sale. White- will erect the build
ins fov general retail tenants.
The investor la a former resident of
Ogden, he having at one time Jeen en
gaged In thu furniture business In the
same block which ir. now to be marked
bv hl new building. At thn present
time he is the owner or several store
bulldlnprt) in the Salt Lake business dls-
I PUBLICITY BUREAU ELECTS.
Board Will Fill Position to Be' Vacated
by Manager Stllwell.
Special to The- Tribune..
OGDEN", Fob. 4. The contributors
to tho Ogdcn publicity bureau, Including
AH members of the "Weber club and others,
Bjuf held their niu:tl meetlmr In the Weber
Jm Hub tonlcht and re-elected nil members
1 of tho board of 1 1 rectory for .another
nJB rear with the exception of P. M. Drlcgs,
HB who " requested that he not bo retained
BjJjVj on the board.
CThe members of (he hoard uh selected
I tonight arc: II. 31. Uowe. president. R.
BKH IS- Brifctol. vice president: A. P. Blgo
Bfl low. treasurer; Arthur Kuhn, "William
I Glustnsnu. C. Angus Wright and 1cRoy
Armstrong, the Intter being newly elected
member to yuccped F. M. Drlggs.
Th annual report of Manager O. J.
tllwl of the bun-Aii was read and re
ceived. The official was highly com
mended by tho contributors for thn ex
cellent results accomplished during tho
iaM ton mouth'. Several matters pcr
'talnlng to the future work of the bureau
The matter of selecting a manager to
joiecccd Mr. Stllwell. whose resignation
lakes effect May 1, wan left to tho board
ur" fjlrcclor. Thrc are several appli
cant for the position.
I PASSENGERS "SHAKEN UP. &
Short Line Train on Wrong Track;
Oraches into Baggage Cars.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN". Feb. 4. The passenger on
board Oregon Short Line train No. 10,
arriving from tho couth at S:1S o'clock
this inoriiliir, wero severely shaken up.
but non'" seriously Itijured, when tho
train crashed head-on Into three bag
gage car standing on track No. 4 Just
oppoiHio the commissary building. The
end of one of thn bnsjgasrc cars was
crushed and the pilot of tho engine com
The train wan In charge of Conductor
T. W. Charlton and Engineer A. L.
Freeze. It waH to have entered the pas
senger lermlnnl on track No. G, but for
omn reason unknown at thl time the
wwllch wa not properly adjusted and
he train headed in on trick No. I at a
speed of ten miles .m hour. Before the
engineer realized that he had been
Jicadcd In on the wrong track It waa too
lata to avoid the crash. It was neces
sary to provide the train with another
engine before the north-bound run could
I THIEF IS DOPE FIEND.
Man Who Stole Overcoats In Ogdcn
Awaits Trial In Jail.
Kpertial to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Feb. 4Ivaii Hick, arrested
hy Detectives Robert Burk and Robert
Chamber for tho theft of six overcoat:!
from the Ogdcn high school, and who
has confessed to tho crime, won ar
raigned before Judge W. IL feeder this
:nornlng for a. preliminary hearing on a
charge of grand larceny. With the con
ent of County Attorney David Jcnson,
Hicks waived preliminary examination
and was held for trial In tho district
court under $700 bonds. . Falling to fur
nish the necessary security, ho was re
moved from thu city Jail to the county
jail yd afternoon. Although only 24
yett.r old. J licks la addicted to tho use
of morphine and cocaine.
I Market Expert in Provo.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PROVO. Feb. 4. J. Arthur Rdd. tho
jioted California, fnilt marketing pnrt.
ouno to tho L'tah vallcv fruit section to
day, and delivered a lecture on market In?
wyMoms to 71 i-epresontatlvo gathering of
horticulturists In the local opera house.
His address was along the lines of tho
others which hn haa given in different
Jirts of tho state during tho last week
The matteni which he discussed wre of
particular Importance to tho farmers of
thlH valley, and he therefore went Into
considerable detull In suggesting rcmcill-s
for tho poor marketing facilities that thl!i
county has at tho present time.
IAllego Land Fraud.
Spclal to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Feb. A. On tho representation
that tney were defrauded in purchasing
certain farm land near Corinne, Nick
Curtis ajid Peter Zavltaoua havo fctnrted
ult in the district court to recover
from W. V. Dav. who is alleged to havo
old them the land in November.
Thp tract consists of thlrty-Mx acres, ror
whlcJi.the plaintiffs in the action made
?. part mymenl of 11000 and expended
VKjUier 51000 in trying to farm It during
According to the complaint, the land
Ms represented as being particularly
adapted to truck farming. After culti
vating It for one acneon, however the
7lalntIffB arc certain that it is not adapt
able for any sort of farming.
KM Will Sroct Gas Plant.
SSB bpK-iaI to Tho Tribune.
1W PROVO. Feb. .-J.A. Jones, who is
WH Aasociatod with the Jtah County Gas
company, which has a. franchise for a
H gas plant In this clt7, ic here in the inter
est of his concern. llc htates that work
will brgln on the plant ns soon as the
frost Ik out of the ground.
W Engineer Married in Ogdcn.
Era9 Special to The Tribune.
99 OODF.N. Fell. . - Clinrle G. Linsky.
WgSM well-known Rio Grnnde engineer, and
TjI -'Irs. Hmnia Jlemlng. loth of Tucker,
'T! I'tali. uerr rMi u n.air wge f f
I -oin" of Ra- I.tiflc-. ?v,7 , LVf r u
a .' n- oc i h a'tcrti'Mjp t',e crr-'-imv
"ing i'erfo"mc-i l' e Rev T
E. Carver, pastor of the First Presby
terian churcii. There were prosent only
t the relatives and Intimate friends, tho
I guests numbering about forty.
Following the ceremony a wedding sup
per was served at the Llnsley home. Mr.
and 3Irx. Linslcy will make their home
at Tucker. Mr. Llneloy has been in the
employ of the Rio Grande for the pant
fifteen years and is popularly known
among tho railroad men of the cntlro
Plan "College Oity."
Special to The Tribune.
I'ROVO. Feb. 4. Tho trustees of Brig
ham Young university have purchased the
tract of land on the bench Jum north or
tho Macser Memorial building and the
alumni of the school plan to turn it Into
a 'college city." Eight acres or It will bo
uoed for an athletic field. It hns a sit
uation which commands a view of tho
entire Utah valley. Residences will
probably be erected on a part of It and
it will bo eventually Incorporated In the
boundaries of Provo.
Woman Gets Tail Scntonco.
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO, Feb. 4. Harriet Crook of Pay
son, convicted of unlawfully selling in
toxicating liquors, was sentenced to pay
a fine of 5J50 and to be confined in the
county Jail for twenty dnys by Judge A.
B. Morgan in the Fourth district court to
day. Tho case will be appealed.
Tlte case of Payson city vs. Joseph E.
CrooJc and Harriet Crook, charged with
maintaining a common nuisance under
the utato liquor law at their place in
Payson, la now being tried. Defendants
were convicted of tho offense in JuHtlcc
S. F. Curtis'3 court In Salem, to which
the caao was transferred from Payson,
and an appeal was taken to the district
Boost Midland Trail.
Special .to The Tribune.
PROVO, Feb. A. Tomorrow a largo
crowd of the MIdlund Trail association
members will go to Spanish Fork for the
purpose of organizing a Midland Trail
association there. Thursday Sprlngvllle
will be visited for tho tramo purpose. From
reports received by Preston G. Petorson.
prcsidont of the Commercial club, and W.
IT. Ray, president of tho Provo Midland
Trail association, who have called the
State Midland Trail convention hero
Saturday, there will be a large attend
ance from all sections of the state, from
Salt Lake and Davis cnuntleo on the
north to at- George on the south.
J Completes World Tour.
I Special to The Tribune.
i OGDEN. Feb. 4. Charles J. Humphils.
tho Ogdcn contractor, arrived home to
day, after a trip around the world. TTe
left Ogden on October 1012, and em
barked at New York on tho steamship
Cleveland with 400 other world tourists.
Uelng tiio only passenger on the boat
from Utah, Mr. Humphrla was given the
j title of "Mormon Boy.'
New Bridge Planned.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Feb. 4. In regular session this
morning the city commissioners author
ized City Engineer H. J. Craven to secure
pinna and bldo for the Btcel work on the
new bridge over the Wcbor river at
Thirty-third street. The F-anibcrger com
pany if; now engaged in placing tho con
crete plern for tho Joint bridge, but tho
steel superstructures will be indopendent
of each other. The city's bridge will bo
on the lower level.
Revises Working Schedule.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Feb. 4. Assistant Postmaster
Rufus Garner Is engaged In revising the
schedule- of working hours at the local
poKtofl'ico to conform with the now law
which goes Into effect on March 1. This
iaw provider inaL woriung day for Ji
I employees shall be tlgnt hours for six
I daya a week. In tho cusc Of clerks who
aro compelled to worK on Sunday they
will not bo compelled to work on soma
I other day.
Humorous Lecture Enjoyed.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Feb. I. Before a. large audi
ence al. the First Presbyterian church thin
evening .Dr. Robert Arthur Ell wood, a
platform lecturer of national promlriance,
delivered a humorous lecturo on "Bottled
Sunshine." Although decidely Inclined to
tvaitl the humorous. Dr. Ellwood demon
strated to his Ogden audience tonight
that, he lias a message which provides
more than mere entertainment.
Mrs. Bond Buried.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Feb. 4. The funeral of Mrs.
Elizabeth Bond, vho died at her homo
In Salt Lake, was held thin afternoon
with scrvicc3 conducted by Bishop H. C.
Jacoba at tho home of tho daughter, Mrs.
Daniel Pugh. 670 Twenty-eighth street,
at 2:0 o'clock. The other spcakcard were
David Tribe, James Cavrlgan and George
W. Lark In. MIks Lorlne Farley, Miss
Maude Farley and Mrs Jessie P. Shaw
furnished the music. Interment was in
the Ogden City cemetery.
Champion Typist in Ogdcn.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Feb. 4. Emll A. Trc7.gcr. who
lays claims to the title of champion Eng
lish typist, arrived in tho city today, aiid
will give a scries of demonstrations on
a well-known inako of typewriter to
morrow. Mr. Trei-zgcr holds a record of
11C words per minute from unfamiliar
manuscript and "speeds up" to 150 words
on a memorized pinnae.
He will appear before the studonls of
tho Ogden hlglr school at 0 o'clock tomor
row morning at tho Weber county build
ing at 10 o'clock and at the Weber acad
emy at 2:15 o'clock In tho afternoon.
Invitations Received in Ogdcn.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Feb. 4. Many Invitation to
the fifth Inaugural ball to bo given bv
Governor William Spry at tho Hotol Utah
u Lincoln's birthday anniversary have
been received by residents of Ogdcn.
The grand march, headed bv the gov
ernor and other state official, is sched
uled for ::.K o'clock, according to the
Porestor Goes to Boise.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, .Feb. 4. Dittrlct Forc-Ktcr E.
A. Sherman left thla afternoon for Bolbe,
Ida., to attend a meeting of the forc-.tr-officials
and mining operators. Ho ax
peels to ho absent from th. citw until
the latter part of the present week.
Court Discharges Trainmen.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Feb. 4. Brotherhood cards
and hard-luck stories earned suspended
sentenced for C A. Wade and H. .E.
Grady, two unemployed railroad men.
when they Wcro arraigned before Judge
W. H. Rcedcr on a charge of trespa?a.
Thn prisoners were taken into custody
by Officer Joseph Mclntyre of the rail
road company, last evening. In court
today they cxplalnod their prosonco in
the railroad yards by stating that they
desired to "tlx" it with a brother rail
road man for a free ride to Pocatello.
When thev demonstrated that they were
members in good standing of the traln
uieu'a brotherhood the police Judge sus
MAS TWO -WIVES
LOa ANG ELTSS. Feb. 4. When J. S.
Avenell. a wnalthy rancher of F'reuno.
Cal.. w.ib introduced to Mr. Edward T.
Hiimo of this city today, lie started an
Investigation that resulted In the arrest
of the woman'H putative huebuud on ;
bigamy charge. AveneU's coarse vva
prompted by tho allegation that his own
daughter is llasse's legwl wifo. Tho
second Mrs. llano wan MUs Minnie
Winkler, a wealtiv. young n.i. ago wom
rr 'l.oTi Ho5- ma'i e! in t"at -'v
NV i(ib-r . IW H-fj-e mil t.wrfd
f i pa ate ho is Wn r- ee o an J J
OF RAILROAD Ml
Passenger Association May
Result From Meeting" on,
February 1 5.
There Is a general movement among
passenger men of Salt Lake City that
will undoubtedly remilt In the organiza
tion of a passenger association. A meet
ing of passenger men will be called for
February lp. at which It is Intended to
take definite action. Already a large
number of men have been approached
with tho proportion and practically all
have declared that such an organization
would be a good thing und have said they
would bo glad to be a member
Moat of the promoters of the new or
ganization aro members of the Trans
portation club and aro emphatic In their
KtatcmcniK that it Is not to bo a- rival In
any wa.y of that club. It is planned to get
the passenger men to pull together for
:he benefit of Salt Lake City. It is
pointed out that there aro sufficient at
tractions here to keep tourists buny for
at least six days If someone will only
tell them whore they arc.
"If wo all work together so far aa the
city Is concerned," said ono of the pas
Hcngcr men yesterday, "wo will have
totirlsta engaging quarters in one of our
hotels instead of checking their bag
gage for an hour at the depot. We will
work in side trips that arc worth taking
and fix up a regular but Interesting pro
gramme for our visitors and hog that
they have a good time every minute
they are here. If they come here to rout
they will be disappointed, for we are go
ing to keep thern busy."
!. K. SEMIS PROMOTED.
Illinois Central Clerk Is Made Traveling
Freight and Passenger Agent.
L. K. Bcmls. who has beon a clerk In
tile offices of tho Illinois Central In thla
city for the laHt three years, has been
promoted to tho position of traveling
freight apd passenger agent and left for
Boise yesterday on his first trip in that
capacity. Ho fills the place made va
cant by tho resignation of R. E. Wat
son, who has entered th real estate
business In 1js- Angcle?. The change la
effective February 1, but official notifica
tion did not reach tho local office until
Mr. Bemls was born in Salt Lake City
and has lived hero practically all of hlti
life.. He attended the high school and
grado Hchools here and entered the of
fice of the Chicago, Milwaukee fc St.
Paul when only a boy. Uc learned the
rudiments of traffic work from C. S.
Williams, commercial agenL for that com
pany. The appointment wa.i made on the
recommendation of J. A. Foley, com
mercial agent for the .Illinois Central. Mr.
Foley has chosen IT. C. Colter, who was
formely a stenographer In the Oregon
Short Line offices in Pocatello. to act as
clerk In his office in the placo formerly
occupied by Mr. Bemls. I
Railroad Man to Marry.
J. F. Kcale. chief clerk in tho offlcea
of the Chicago, MHuaukco & St. Paul
In this city, aiid Miris Jrma Gudgcll, a
Salt Lake girl, will be married in thlH
city February 12. They will leave the
day of the ceremony for a honeymoon
trip In California. They will -o to Los
Angeles over the Salt Lake Koute and
then north lo San Francisco and from
there to this oity.
Delegates from the Utah Canncrs
as5oclalion lo tho annual convention of
the national association passed through
thla city on their way from Ogden to the
convention, which la to be held in Louis
ville, Ky. They aro travoling over tho
Denver & Tilo Grande. Atchison. Topclca
Santa Fc and tho Pennsylvania. J.
J. Devorcu.x, traveling agent for the
Santa .Fc, accompanied the party.
A new time Uiblo will go into effect on
the Oregon Short Lino Sunday, although
the changes of trains leaving or entering
Salt Lako City arc slight. 'No. 10 which
now leaves Sail Lake City at 7:05 o"clock
in the morning will thereafter leave five
minutes later, and No. 11. iho Cache Val
ley train, will leave at 4 o'clock in tho
afternoon after the. new curd goen Into
effect Instead of J5 o'clock In the after
noon a3 at present.
The real causo for the new Umo tabic
is the taking over and embodying Into tho
regular service of tho Idaho Northern
branch. This includes tho line from
Nampa to Murphy In Idaho, a distance of
'20.0 miles and the line from Nampa to
Emmett in Idaho a distance of 2G.9 miles.
The pool and billiard tournament that
is being conducted by the members of the
Salt Lake Transportation club la said to
be bringing out some talent in that lino
that it was not known existed among the
railroad boys?. At the close of the tourn
ament a. gold medal will be presented to
tho winner in both pool and billiards.
HAVE fill COUPOH
Everybody Will Be Accommo
dated at the Office of
Thero will be a repetition of the great
demand for Everybody's Cyclopedia next
Friday and Saturday.
Every roadcr should havo a set of this
buuutirul and useful five-volume refer
ence sot, thousands of which have alreudy
been given out.
You will not need an extra bookcase lo
hold thla complete sot of books, for it
takes up loan than half an much ppaec ns
the ordinary encyclopedia. Yt tho In
formation is all in It thousands upon
thousands of subjects which cover the
entire world and Its people. Think of
the many advantages In Iwving all thla
Information in such convonlent form that
it can be referred to "in a minute." with
out the necessity of iearchlng through
numerouH large, unhandy volumes to g"t
It: The convenience of this edition makes
it far more dmdrahle tlmn any similar
work publlalHd. It naves tlmo In refer
ence and it eavoc room In tho library.
It is Indeed a raro barpaln when vou
stop to coniider Jt a twelve-dollar set of
modern reference book, with magnifi
cent coloicd plate, full page and dou-ble-pago
engravings, text Illustrations
and. educational charts, all for ono coupon
and 2.35. There Is no other chargo and
you got the complete ,et at once.
The sets arc too bulky to be sent by
mall, but out-of-town readers can have
them for $2.35, the set to be sent by ex
profs, shipping charges to be puld by the
Find tho coupon printed eJewhere In
today's poper and present It at thl of
Women Bury Hatchets.
MADISON. Wis.. Feb. I. The two
years' warfare botween tho Wisconsin
Woman Suffrage association and tho
Political Equality leagu wai ended to
day rtpre'entHti'. en of both met
I ' " t l " jo w .-!t- le-Idcd to
t '' " ri cm. T . i -o.i:tl'in for
f o-i wj' r ri t 1 hi' M1p. '.ona
.MILLER At tho county In Urinary. Fob
ruarv I, li'Kt. at 3:10 n. in. Andrew
J. Miller or 3-13 South Eleventh East
Mlrcet, this city, from the eft'ectn of burn.
An occontrlc character and kalnomlncr
by trade, and the man known aa living
in a house of many colors. Tho funeral
services will be held Thursday at I p. m.
from tho funeral chapel of Joneph Wll
I'ani Taylor. 21 South West Temple street.
Deceased wnn a native of Sweden, lu
termont will be In the City cemetery.
HlCNDItlCKSON The funeral service!?
for Edward J. Hondrlckoon, youngest
con of Mr. and Mrs. Van H. Itendrlclc
soii. Park street, will be held from
the funeral chapel of Ebcr "W. Uall, ibt
South West Temple, Thursday at 1 p.
in. Interment in City cometery.
UOWMAN Tho funeral services for
Walter J. Bowman, who died In this
city February will b? held from the
funeral chapel of Kber "W. Uall.- 134
South West Temple, today (Wednesday)
at 2 p. in. Interment in City cemetery
In tho Structural Iron Workers' plot.
BlIt W. HAI-L UNDliltTAKlSK AND
embalm!r. IH So. West Tornple, Pbon
E G. O'DONNKLL. UNUKP.T.MCKlt,
end embalmr. bus sr.-ovrd to new loca
tion. l'25-227 South West Temp! slrnL
R-alty bldg. Phone SSo. o33SJ
1-AP.KIN-HtJLIj TJ N DEI1T A KING COM
pany; modern chapI parlors. 255 So.
2nd East. Wnnatch T.132. Opto day und
C. W. RANKS. UNDEHTAKER AND
embalmer, 144 Slate, Murray. Phono
Murray 347. n08
ULDUAKT FLUn.-U- CO.. liJ i-O. MAIN j
st. Phono 109. Cut Tiowera and fu
r;ral design. nlBJl
THE LEADING FLORIST W. W. KINO.
21 E 2nd "r., Phno- .17, b2S7
-AIIGK STOC.-v lO ELECT KHO.M. K.
MeKptir.!". Dlnplqv yards. 4i'2 So. Statu.
ALL KINDS CUT FLOWERS FREaH
from greenhouse. Per Ur-Walton Co.,
27 State. m37Sl
Angeles and one to Chicago and one to
Portland, and ono to Florida next ten
days; very reasonable rates. Kimball Van
& Storage Co.. 72 So. Main. n260S
MONARCH OF TITE OAKS TiBATI-TER.
'That i3 the kind we use In our up-to-date
MONARCH SHOE REPAIRING CO.
21 J3. Second South St. Was. S583.
G UNNERS, ATTENT ION '. WA NTBD
100 lbs. mole mallard duck body
feathers. In lots to suit Address John
Shields. Fishing Tackle Maker, Brookllne.
FURNITURE OF ALT. KINDS WANT
cd; will pay you first-class prices. Fleh
er & Robblnc Co.. 60 "W. 2nd South. Wa
satch 5171. c253
UTAH JUNK CO.. HIGHEST PRICE
paid for iron, brass, rags, bottle?, rub
ber, copper, etc. S40 So. 4th "West. Phone
Wasatch 229. ml37S
"WESTERN .TUNIC Jk
Metal company. Hlghent prices paid for
copper brass, rubber, bottles, etc. Phone
Hyland 2316. 10-H So. Stato at. n21'J9
A FEFW UNCI AIMED TAT LOR -MADE)
suits and overcoats at a bargain.
Spielberg Tailoring Co., 57 W. 2nd So.
THE NEWSPAPER. WITH ITS "WANT
Columns, has become the great bond of
co-operative interest between the em
ployer and tho employee. Both use the
Want Ads both find them economical,
buslne3sliko and result fui.
TO DO TOUR TTTTOLSTERl NG AND
matlvcM remaking. Utah Bedding &
Mfg. Co. Phone 3S3 b202
TOITR OLD CLOTHING: WILL CALL.
Salvation Army. Phone. t2Ifll
ALL KINDS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
wanted. Tel. Was. S62i". klOSI
ALL UNION M"EN TO "WEAR OUR J2
and $3 UNION-MADE hats. "Hato of
Merit." Merit Hat Co., S1-S3 E. 2nd So.
CATTLE. ANY KIND. YOUNG AND FAT
calves, poultry. I keen two Jersey bulla
for service Cows fotcbfd. A. T. Saun
ders. Phone Hyland 237i-.T. Rear 1415
So. Main. n3016
WANTED miLL OR POODLE PUP:
call "Wa5atch uflSS-Ti. n2S03
KEEPING POSTED REGARDING THE
want opportunities means that workers
who arc capable and willing and emplov
ers who assure fair treatment for their
workers, arc both In touch with chancos
that are well worth while.
Wanted "Ronrrl n.nd Room.
north side preferred, walking distance.
Address F-53, Tribune- o547
Wn.i''l Tn "Pont.
cation, price. Wasatch 42C4. o53i
UNFURNISHED MODJ3RN HOUSE.
Tilth some ground. Not less than 7
rooms. Reply with full particulars of
location and rent required. Address G-1.
PLUME AND HAIR WORK
PLUMES DYED. CLEANED AND
curled; combings made Into switches.
105 So. 2nd East. of. It
CONFINEMENT CASEsTWTLL DO
some bousework If necessary. Wan.
satch 30.S2. 125 So. Stato st pfiU
IN THE THIRD DISTRICT COURT IN
and for Salt Lake county, stale of
Utah. O. R. Peters, plaintiff, vs. W.
A. Noldcn Drug company, a corpora
Notice to Creditors:
You and each of you will take notieo
that on Saturday, tho Sth day of Febru
ary. 1013, at 10 o'clock a. ni., a hear
ing will be had in open court before his
honor. C W. Morse, upon the report and
petition of th. receiver, now on file with
the clerk of said court.
GEORGE II FORD.
Receiver of V.". A. Nelden Drug Com
Special Cable to The Tribune.
LONDON. Fb. 1. Lloyd George ap
peared in the honso of commons tonight
with his arm iu a .Ming. It apoeurs that
he slipped and fell and fractured the small
bone of hi" thumb while, trying to save
It !h reported that the misdiap occurred
at a fashionable skating rink.
Leonard O. Bliss Dead.
By International Now Service.
DELAND. Fla.. Feb, 4. -Lcoraid C.
B!is, prcs.dfiit and director of the Itecnl
S ,i)c co.npai.. and one of ti.o beet known
o mmufacturcrs In the countrv, died
loiay. IJo waj in his Veny-i!gfttb year.
Wanted Female Eeip,
GIRLS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. AP
PLY READY FOR WORK AT 3 A. M
AND t P. M. DAILY TKOY L.VUNDR1.
421 SOUTH STH EAST.
SUCCESS INSURANCE UTAH BUSI
nesa collcgo preparation for business
life. Starr a coJirao now. Boston "lag.,
day or night. ol03
BARCLEY CORSETS ARE LIKE OLD
friends; they wear well: made to meas
urements; guaranteed to lit. not to brcaic
or mot. Wu3aloh 301U-W, Competent
business women wanted to take agencies
In Utah towns. 10 Woodruff Apt.. a.,4M
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY BASE
mcnt First Congregational church: wo
get you a position free of cliargc. Tele
phone C822. t2no
WANTED 3 ALL ROUND LAUNDRY
girls; good wages. Apply ready for
work. Muiray laundry. "1S
GOOD CTRL TO ASSIST IN GENERAL
housework. No. 1 Wllfloy apts. nlC.
WA NTED EXPERIENCED MARKER.
steady position, good wage:. An,n'
Murray laundry. n2u9
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL UOUSE
work. Apply 1103 3rd ave. n2aS0
WA NTED HOUSEKEEPER. ABOXJT
80 No children. Address box Sin.
Blnpham Canyon, Utah. oK3
COMPETENT COOK; NO LAUNDRY
work. Wasatch 2503. n295P
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN FOR CHAM
bcr work. Apply Hercules hotel. n299 t
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK. 55 1ST AVE.
THERE ARE NOW 73 STUDENTS AT
tendlng Henagcr's Business college,
who started their commercial courso In
somo other school. Thev come without
solicitation. Why? Investigate. n31S7
GITtL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK,
small family, good wages; 129 G st.
RRIOHT YOUNG LADY FOR CASIUER
wort: with first-clans local firm; must
be well recommended. Address F-56
GOOD STRONG GIRL PRESSER. WHO
could attend offlco. Model Dye Works,
44 W. 3rd South. Phone Wasatch 2193.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPER ABOUT 30.
No children- Address bos S75, Bing
ham Canyon, Utah. o523
GOOD PEOPLE FOR FIRST-CLASS
musical comedy stock: permanent.
State full experience, salary, height,
weight, etc. Address F-54, Tribune.
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work, no washing. No. 4 Peery apt..
21fi 3rd avenue. ou0
.HDDLE-AGED MAX AND WIFE FOR
cooking and general housework; small
institution: good proposition: munt fur
nish good references. G-o, Tribune.
YOUNG LADY TO WORK IN PTJOTO
studio. One with experience preferred.
Call 224 So State. ofill
AT ONCE. TUBEF- BRIGHT. CAPABLE
ladies ocr 21 to travel, demonstrate
and sell dealers; $25 to $."0 per week: r. r.
fare paid: Utah and northern torrltory.
Goodrich Sales Co.. C2 E. Fourth South.
TOLNC, LADY TO GIVTD LESSONS ON
piano to hcglnncr?. al 50c a lesson or
$1.50 a month. Call Miss Glady3 Sahllnc.
024 So. Gth EilHt. o607
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
Apply to C. W. Stlmpson, S74 E. 2nd
WAITRESS. NEVADA, SS0; 2 "WAIT
rej5ses. Idaho: 1 woman cook, out, S5u.
SI rock's Emp. A gey., 55 W. 2d So. oR34
SCHOOLGIRL TO ASSIST WITH
housework, small family: call Hyland
2(56)5. 326 So. 6th East. o626
Wanted Situation Female.
WANTED SITUATION AB HOUSE
keepcr for widower, with or without
children; or bachelor; In or oul of cltv.
Address M. Vivian, P. O. box 57S, Salt
RELIABLE FAKTT. WJTH ENPERI
encc in that line, wishes to tako charge
of a flrst-clasB rooming house. F-19.
SCORES OF T-IOUSFWrVES FIND THE
Wants well worth whllo In effecting
THE WANT ADS AR13 VAJATABLE TO
every business man and woman, be
cause tltpy relate briefly, vitally and ef
fectively the needs of tho moment.
THERE'S a" PLACE OF MEETING
for workers and employers It's the
BY EXPERIENCED COOK. TIOUSE
keopcr with girl r, ears. In city. Ob
ject home. Address F-49. Tribune. o480
EXPERIENCED YOUNG LADY "WISHES
position as cashier. Phone Hy. 956-J.
YOUNG LADY WILL GO OUT AFTER
noons and evcnlngu and care for chil
dren. Phone "Wasatch 1276-W. o606
COLORED WOMAN WANTS WORK
by tho day. Wasatch 4358. o62i
LOST AND FOUND.
East, box containing corset. rteturn
337 9lh East: reword. n2958
LOST CHILD'S LOCKET AND CHAIN.
Saturday afternoon, probably on Sixth
PJaft near Second South. Return Mi
Sixth East. Reward 0557
LOST L.VDY'S GOLD WATCH, EN
gra'cd "From Uncle lo P. H," Lost
on 4th So. near 4th East. Reward. Pearl
Hopkins. 132 Elm avenue. Ooo3
SATURDAY AT THE ORPIIEUM
lady's small black nurse containing 4
keys and change. Return to Tribune
office. Reward. o!21
ly guarantee my great oucccssful
"Monthly" remedy; Bafcly relieves pome
of tho longest, most obstinate, abnormal
cases in three to five days; no harm,
pain or Interference with work; mall
11.50. Double strength. $2. Dr. B. P.
Southlngton Remedy Co., Kansas City.
Mo. el 5
IN CARPETS OLrX FADElS AND
colorless ruga and carpets made to look
like new. wltlKmt injury to tho moBt
coetly fabric. Prlcen reasonable. Frank
Martin. 55 W. 1st South. Phone Wasatch
prices reasonable. 62S So. Main. o632
HAIRD RES SING.
work; done at your home. ol77
wclo Bypply Cq, Phonf J3U SfJa, o7fl
WAITED CLERKS Oil BRIGHT
YOUNG MEN. reasonable ifohooling, to i
tlr for GOVERNMENT RAILWAY MAIL
CLERKS. Starting salary now ?300.
straight promotion to 51S00. Special en- '
trance osumliuitlun ha been culled. For:
fiucccssful uoactilng, addreps for Inter-
view box F-26, care of Tribune.
(DANCE LEARN TO DANCE WALT',
two-slep. three-step, taught In four
I ItHPons 63 .IVstoftlco place, beU Main
and West Temple. Dancing Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday nights. Mr, und
Mrs Woodward, Instructors, Lcucons
ARE WORKERS NEEDED? ARE Busi
ness chances sought? Aro renting op
portunities at hand? Is t!ils an uavan- j
tageoiiH time to buy or sell? These aro ,
but a few of the business chances shown
from day to day In the want columns.
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Hotel, restaurant and household help.
Hoadfiuaitci-a for laborer.
55 West 2nd South. Phone 464.
JAPANESE GENERAL AGENCV.
Help of all kinds furnished. Phono
Was. 3311, 25C West 1st So. fS40i
MEN'S UNCALLED-FOR TAILOR
mado suits and overcoats at a Eaerl
lico. Splelborg Tailoring Co,, 57 W. Sec
ond South. 1US04
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, BRIGHT
BO VS. over 18. to prepare for RAIL
WAY MAIL CLERKS, thin state. Start
ing salary now $75 per month. Rapid
promotion to S1S00 per ywir. Special en
trance examination Just called. Many
appointments account of Parcel Post.
Address box F-S7, caro of Tribune.
GET'fTNG A JOB. SECURING HiOLP
crs for every Industry both are made
easy and may be quickly accomplished
by using tho v.-anta.
MANY HAVE FOUND A CONSISTENT
reading of the wants well worth while
in gaining full mcaeure of profit and
success why not you?
FREE ILLUSTRATED ROOK TELLS
about 300,000 protected positions In U.
S. service. Thousands of vacancies over
year. There is a big chance hero for
you, sura and generous pay, lifetime em
ployment. Just ank or booklet T-219. No
obligation. Earl Hopkins, Washington.
D. C. olol
BOYS WE OWN SAVE YOU FROM ?t
to ?2.50 on your suits. Upstair prices.
Howe's, second floor Walker Bank build
MIDDLE-AGED MAN AND "WIFE FOR
cooklnic and general housework; small
institution; good proposition; must fur
nish good references. G-5, Tribune.
SEVERAL EXPERIENCED BREWJ3RY
workers. State qualifications and putjt
employment. Only steady, reliable men
need apply. AddrcHS G-4, Tribune.
ATEX WANTED TO "WEAR OUR
trusses; fit guaranteed. Res Drug Co..
W. Tomplo and Broadway. h3279
TWO MEN FOR AUTO DRIVING AND
ropalrlng: experience unnecessary. Call
137 W. First South. m21U
SHEPPARD'S ETPLOYMENT AGENCY
"The Red Front," 112 West 2nd South.
Headquarters railroad and mining help.
Wasatch 3534. el343
PERSONAL ATTENTION AND THOR
oughncsn characterise Utah Business
College training. Day and night. Begin
now. Boston building. sl537
THOSE "WHO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF
the wants need lose no time looking
FREE EMT-LOYMISNT AGENCY BASc
ment First Congregational church. Wo
jrot you a position freo of charge. Tele
phone Wasatch 3S22. t36u
FIFTY MEN WANTED. 12TII EAST
and Gth South. Sewer work. Hoiifcr
& Sim contractors. nl348
MEN, WOMEN GET GOVERNMENT
parcel nont Jobs. 520 weok. Write for
IlKt of positions open. Franklin Institute.
Dept. 428-A, Rochester. N. Y. nl482
TWO LIVE SOLICITORS FOR N3WS
paper proposition; men wllh some
nurser-7 stock experlonee preferred. Ap
ply City Circulation DcpL, Evening Tele
THE WANT COLUMNS ARE TITE
clearing house, the active market plare
of many buulnesso?.
WANTED IST-CLASS MARKER AND
sorter, good wages to right party,
steady position; apply Murray Laundry.
JAP LABOR AGENCY.
Absolutely jellablo; no commission. W.
Watt. S3 Richards st. Wasatch 4819.
WANTED- IMMEDIATELY. SEVERAL
MEN under 35 to nroparc for R-VUj-WAY
MAIL CLERKS. Starting salary
S900. straight promotion to S1S00: perraa
nent. Special entrance examination Just
called. '.Many appointments will be made
account of Parcel Post. Address box
F-oS, care of Tribune.
73 STUDENTS. WHO ARE NOW AT
tendlng Henagcr's Business college,
hlarted their commcrclol courae In some
other school and como to us without so
licitation. Why? n.1196
BOY WANTED AT II 2 EAST SECOND
So., with bicycle. n325l
THE WANTS ARE A GUARANTEE
LEARN TTTE AUTO BUSINESS T
Postofrice Place. o214
PR.ESS FliTEDBTlS W.OCTED. GROCER
Printing Co. o3S9
GOOD PEOPLE FOR FIRST-CLASS
musical comedv Htock: permanent.
State full eiperlence, salnrv, holght,
weight, etc. Addve?.! F-54, Tribune.
WANTED GOOD SOLICITORS FOR
cleaning and dyeing work. Apply Model
Dyo Works. 44 West 3rd South. oG31
Wanted Situation Male.
MAIL ORDER EXPERT WOULD LIKES
to become connected wtlh Salt Lak
nterprle: can Install me.ll ord:r ystera
in any line of buelneuB. Would like to
ecur an lntervle77 with any ona Inter
ested. Addresa A-31. Tribune. ml87S
STl'UATION AS NIGHT CLERK OR
Janitor. Address A-20. Tribune. ml77?
GENTLETMAN WANTS POSITION AS
clork: can furnish the boat references.
Address D-15, Tribune. nl607
NVIIEN THE BUSY BUSINESS MAN OF
today wants additional help, he studies
the Want Ads or he sends a Want of
MALE STENOGRAPHER AND BOOK
keeper. number yearn' experience,
wishes work evening either at office
or to take home. Address G-2, Tribune.
FIRST-CLASS SOLICITOR OR Col
lector can get results. Address O-l.
C. E. OSTERLOH. AUCTIONEER. RESI
dence 13 1 So. Main. Wawitcb 2S24-W,
C. L. SEBER MAKES FURNITURE
auction a specialty; consult mo before
selling. Hyland 1317. h2232
palihr'iotel"! mw lBiT'a
Rttcs by week. Transient 1. n!07S
our rent frc irr, anV. ,fB:
three dlffcr-nV ui i SS'1 ' " tahE
modern; alto Kuiinbli f J,0't SBi.
Apply AyiuonIek,3cE. A
who rent rooms have ,,V i Iflr
fund by experi ,,,.,: V1'1 ott L 5
of roomcrH are to hi th k tHft
Ho want column? bc itClH fM
vcrslty; stiletlv Llf- c1-0SEt.
to talto In unlvcrii ,;rn- "MWB
! S40 970 Flm av!.l"lnra!
Wins Co.. .TMiRlK
3rd BaM.jj' 3Io5n,
2-ROOM Mon r-TK
right close lii.62iJCftI
10th South; bwniT,lfKBAR
mo. Hoffman B?othiJ7 b:
downsxnlia. Inonlrc o " f.
letAVest. Waratchg0 PMpI- jK
1-ROOM MOD. BP.ICl??r
BOTH W'ELtf & 'n'iniMHl
Buffet r phoae WmCh
Tu.tlo Bros. Co., 159 M3nVj
, C AND S-ROOM MfjnSKI
houses. Phor.e W. SH
4-ROOM MODERN PRESSmlS?
3 v,p?OD WOOM5 ANT) ciJ
ih louu.. screened porch- r" m
NEW G-ROOM MODERN' OABUB
Innulro 445 3. w. Teat pSBf
4- IUr. HOT J BE WITH BARN'. iroM
38 West Gth So. Waatch
5 -RO OM MODERN BRICK HOtisS
largo lol. o61 Kiut :th Sojlh T2
Denham Co. Was. 413J, '
6-ROOM MODERN HO L'L UlSxJm,
2nd East, Inquire nt doer .-L
Wasaton 1p9?-W. MVl
5- ROOM 'MODERN HOI'SK. m Sfc
co'n ave., 3th So. b' 5ib ijj Iff
I beautii.-ul nooMsrijuTTiiBi1
range. Apply 43S Eaul 3rdo:5iTRi
nVE-ROOM. i)lKKlLi MV
opposite Liberty pari:. PlcriM,
yC7-.T. Reasonable. 9H
T-ROOAI. STRICTLY JIODEW. .hK
eluding furnace, at 253 10th arr.
5-ROOM MODERN COTTAGt I
quire No. 1 Narvcx apt, 35kU
South. Was. 440.
two good iixrjojrOMB(
houses, 334 and X33 th .iv., fawfc
pafl. Hyland 6fi7-R.
MODERN. 3 ROOMS AM) BATE V
-per month. 455 F. Stli So. iffotwt
O. Perkins, Scmloh holel 4 If
modern 5-RM. omcFoonAiBli
Vernor ave.. 33P So. otli E, "Hj
For Rent Houses FnnmSiife
excopl heat, '.villi tosd!sE
beds. ?20 per mo.: Sth So. tsl ym
Phono Hyland 3320-1.
FOR RENT T'TRMSHED, J SSE
kitchen and bath, Ho. WnmjK
FURNISHED COST Mjflfc
house, with piano, ci. E.
fi-ROOM MOD15RN. CHl1. 9k
. nl9hed: gas ranee and mi
sitlo. Wasatch 6143. K
l-ROOM MODERN; COTGi I
nished; rent cheap. raiEiM
SAMPLE ROOM ON" IJIK
70 feet. Apply CaplUl laccMAHj
West 1st South.
etc fully equipped anH
Hon in the city.
and arrl Bonth. forme
Randall-Dodd Co- , APP C'
Transfer Co. -rrCTBf
" as. i " F
Main Prizes fm.
light very JR
EUNBtjnST AND gtHSB
iOS East 3rd Boutn- BJ
ern; bath1- 15c. 'MtL,