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Hi 39 TUB SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1913.
(MEAT PRICES INCREASING
ALL OVER THE COUNTRY
Wholesale Quotations Getting Higher Locally and
Retailers Are Expected to Get Into Line
L'POKTS from tlilrty-nino repre
I scuta Uvo cities of the United
States sivo an Idea of the heavy
A V increase In tho prices of meats
and other foods. Chief among the
items of increase Is pork chops, which
have gone up 11S.G per cent. Since lS'JO,
fcacon lias increased 115.6 per cunt dur
ing the same time. Tho prices of ten
out of tlie fifteen articles enumerated
Hj liavc gone up more than 50 per cent.
Hn Flour Increased 30.3 per cent.
Hx The fifteen articles :irc those that con-
Hfl titutc abouL two-thirds of the work
1 Jngman'a expenditures for food. They are
ilHI .sugar, potatoes, flour, milk, butter, sir
H loin Hteak, hone, rib roast, corn meal.
Hl "ard. ham. round steak, ogga, bacon
and pork chops. A feature of tho re
iHf port Is the rcmarkaDlc Increase In thlr
fen of the articles named during tho
H year ending October 35, 391:'. There was
a decrease In the price of potatoes and
augar during that year of more than 20
per cent, but the other articles had nd
Hj vanced from 6 per cent on Hour to 22.1
K1 per cent on pork chops,
f The table showing the increase in prlcos
K during the last eleven years on tho dif
iH Cerent articles is as follows.
Hl Per Cent of
Hl Sugar, granulated f-2
H Potatoes. Irish 9.9
iHi Flour, wheat . CO.::
ilHK Milk, fresh SS.2
Hl iButtcr, creamery 4 ,.9
W Slrlo.n steak , 59.9
2 Ions M.l
H. 77th roast 30.G
Corn meal (?-
H ' Lad, pure 67.0
Hl Ham. smoked GS.S
H Round .steak" S2.2
Hf Eo'Ss- strictly fresh SO.O
i Bacon, smoked , ..115.G
Ht Pork chops US. 6
R The prices as they have Increased dur
g ing the year ending October 15, 1012, aro
shown in the following table:
W 2 5 Do
Hf Potatoes. Irish I 23??
HX Sugar, granulated 20.1
iHl Flour, wheat 0.G
jjX .3111k. fresh 3.3
Hj Butter, creamery 6.0
g Ham, smoked 7.8
Hm ITvnn S.7 .......
Hil Corn meal 9.3
Htj Bacon, smoked 11-6
Htfi Esgs. strictly fresh IS. S
K Rib roast 16.5
J Lard, puro 17.2
Sirloin steak 19.4
Hound steak 20.1
; Pork chops 22.1
' The local market was reported strong
! Yesterday. Meats are still selling a a
high price and the wholesalo prices arc
Hrj gradually crawling up, making It im-
Hjf porativc that retail dealers soon raiso
H their prices. Eggs were selling wholo-
H sale yesterday for $ a case and fresh
H$ eggs wero offered by retail dealers for
H( 35 cents a dozen.
S Local quotations arc:
Hi Wholesale Retail.
L Barracuda, per Jb.. .13 ? .1
i "Black bass, per lb.... 28 .35
Hj Carp, per lb 05 .U'J
Hi Codfish, per lb 08 .15
Crabs, each 3" .35
ff Tcllowtall, par lb .12 .15
g Flounders, per lb 11 .15
M Klitgfish. per lb .12 .15
Hb Halibut, per lb 17 .25
Herring, per lb 09 .125
c Prawns, per quart 32 .35
Perch, per lb II .15
Rock cod. per lb .11 .15
k Fresh, -alinon, per lb .15 .20
H Silver smelts, per lb II .la
ft'ra bass, per lb 14 .20.
j Lobster, per lb 3D .35
Fhad. per. lb 10 -12i
K Smelts (Cal.) per lb 15 .20
HS Soles, per lb 11 .15
Hp Brook truut. each 12; .15
u Tom cod, per lb 12 .15
Hi Fresh shrimps, per lb 20 .25
Salmon trout, per lb...... .l'J .25
t Ttfullct per lb .05
Carp, per lb .05
Hxj "Mountain trouL per lb... .35 AO
Hlf Superior whitctlsh, per lb. .25- .35
Ha Fresh mackerel 12 .I7
Hi Red snapper .10 .15
Anchovies 15 .20
kI Mackinaw trout, per" lb... .22 .30
Pike 25 .30
y Ovstnr!, selected, per cal 2.75
R Ovsters, selected, per pint, 40
H9 "Wnolrj-al". etaU.
u Dressed hens, per lb. 3 .10. $ .25
3 Geese, per lb 20 .25
2 Turkey, por lb.... 2t 27fER2D
fl 'Ducks (domestic), lb IS .22
ij Itoalrrg, per lb 10 25(3)30
H Broilers, per lb 25 30gi35
l; Medium wild difcks. per doz 3.50
d Big i patent, Utah, per r.nt. ,.,',2.00(I2.20
iS Straight grade, Utah, cwt 1.0052.10
Mv, Bakers' No. 1, per cwt l.S032.00
u High patent. Utah, per cwt.. $2. 300)2. 50
Wj Straight grade, Utah, cvt 2.20()2.40
Bakers .N'o. 1, cwt 2.10)2.35
. Brcs.ed beef, per lb 10 GT1U
33rcSHec mutton, per lb 7 (fi 8
gj Dressed pork, per lb 9 10
Huj Pork loin, per lb 13
fn Prcfibcd spring Jamb, per lb Ili6rl2
Dressed veal 12iHl
rj fllrloln. per lh 22
Family porterhouse, 'per lb 25 (320
Short cut, per lb 25 ig)30
Round, per lb 20
tl Chuck, per lb 15
Pot roast. )er lb 20
Hl "Rump, pr lb 1720
L Boiling, per lb 12
11 Soup bones, per lb 4
H'jj Pork clropp, per lb .....20 tfS25
HH Hams, per lb 20 024
HwJ Shuuldcr roast, per lb 15
n Mutton Cleg), prime, per lb 17j
ilj J-oln and rib chops, ncr lb 20
Q Shoulder cliops, per lb 15
Spring lamb roast, per lb 2025
H3 Spring Iamb chops, per lb 2530
H Stew, per pound 10
IHJ Salt pork, per lm 17J
h Veal chops, per tf 2030
jj Shoulder chops, per lb 20
i Smoked Meats.
p. . Retail.
' Hani, per lb., center cuts 30
lit XIain. per lb, first cuts 25
J5 Bacon, flab, per lb 2S
3 Bacon, fancy, per lb., sliced 40
ij Hay and Grain. I
It WHiolesale. Retail,
'f Alfalfa, per ton $14.00 .
I. Timothy, per cwt 17.00
"ft Alfalfa, per cwt .K0
! Tliuthy. per cwt .95
; Bran, per cwt l.in 1.30
f Barley (roller), per cwt.... 1.35 1.50
i Com. per cwt 1.40 1.55
i ' Cracked corn, per cwt 1.4C 1.80
;!3 Cornmeal, per cwt 2.25 3.00
H Oate. per cwt 1.40 1,5?.
3 Shorts, per cwt 1.23 1 . 10
1 Wheat, por cwt 1.50 1.65
fi Bran and aliorts 1.20 1.33
K Tangerines, doz 15 3 .25
2- Quince. 4 lbs for -35
Persimmons, per lb .25
j Italian chestnuts, pr lb ,25
Hr Pomegranate? per lb 1j 72 .25
1 CoconnutJ. each 10 .15
Hi' Apples, peck .50
Bananas, dozen 20 p , 0
Klgs. dozen .40
Grapefruit, each l'Se'fl .15
Lemons, per don 25 (fa .40
Oranges, ncr dovs 30 & .60
Pears, por lb .10
Cranberries, lb .12
Malaga graphs, lb .25
Hawaiian pineapples, each.. .121
Utah cabbage .03
Hell poppera, pound .15
Carrolc. two bunches for.... !
Horseradish, per lb 5
Lettuce, each, 10c .2 for ... .1-2
Artichokes, each -35
I'russels snrouts. lb .1"
Pa rale v, per bunch -05
California spinach, bunch ... . .0o
Radishes, bunch 9Jj
Green onions, 3 bunches for.. -10
Turnips, per lb -gj;
Carrots, now, ner lb -p..
Beets, now. per lb .O.i
Potatoes, peck --0
Fresh tomatoes, per lb 12
Utah Cauliflower, per lb .... .12
Egg plant, per lb .124.
Potatoes, wholesale Dcr cwt. .SO
Spanish onions 10
Cane, por cwt $5.50 J5.60
BeeU per cwt......... 5.30 5.40
Cane, 11 to 13 pound? 1.10
Beet. 13 to 15 pounds ..... .... 1.10
Butter, creamery, extra .35 ? .40
Butter, creamery", Hrt- 30
Butter, ranch 21 .30
Utah,' per pound .1S $ .25
Swiss (imported), per lb.. I .37 .15
Block Swiss (domestic),
per pound .24 .35
New York cream, per lb 20 .25
Roquefort, per pound 42 .60
Camemberl, dozen 4.00 5.00
Llmberger. per pound 21 .30
Edam, dozen 12.60 ....
Bismarck, brick 21 .2b
Eastern 10 -2
Young Americas 22 .25
JSaf-tcrn Daisies 20 .25
California . 17 .25
Fresh eggs,. per case ? 3.00
Fresh eggs, per dozen .3-3
Milk and Cream.
Fresh milk, gallon 2830 .OS!
Over counter .08
Babies' special .12
Fresh cream $1.00 .40
Whipping cream 1.20 .50
Salt Lake Statistic
Leo II. Yountr, SJl Wilmington avenue, bo?.
Illclunl A. Flotclicr, SSO South Elshth West,
Harry K. McArdlc. 213 ColMx arcnur, clrl.
W. A. Loliun, Col East niglitli South, boy.
Hajaril Jmld, ZiC V.iuil Sixth South, boy.
February il, 1S13, Hazct Tcrklns, 333 North
Fourth Woat street, ngcU 19 rears, slrjchnlno
Februarr 10. 1313, Hazel C. Slater Watson. 373
Center street, aged io jeur?. purricral Bepiibi.
J'ebruary 11, 1913, Anna J. Lans, 01 Wcat Sixth
South etrcet, aged 23 jcars, pulmoaarj- tuborcu
losle. I'eliruiirj 13. 131S. Guy Odell Carlson, 005 ICiust
South . Tcl(ilo ntircr, osed 13 days, bronchial
Kcbruiry 10, 55. h. Longfon. Twenty-llrflt
Cai:t. between Ulcvu.ith aud Tcltth South streets,
ased 71 ivarn. ccrebml npoplcrj.
Follce Marcovechlr. Jolly PerrelU. Murray.
Dyron i:. Davis. .MaiareL Snldcl. Salt Lakn.
Eoal Estate Transfers.
litclla Jodcj to Kobcrt Shaw, pari o( lot
I", block 2, ,flve-acro pint A J
Th DouKlaa llelchts Unil Improvomnit
company to Hubbard Investment company,
lots 1 to V), bloelc 1 mid othors, Couclaa
Park and olnore 130.CO0
! Kimball Itlehiirdu Security company in
Jiwrt-ncft (;. Shrlver. lotu and 2SC,
Ill;hland P.'irk, pint A B09
The IlutW i: Silt Lalo; Investment company
I to TJtnh Savins:; . Truat ronipany, lot
t 219 and other. Highland Pari:, plat A... 10
Tho Douslos HelRlita Land & Iravrovcmcnt
company to Utah Savlcso t Trust com
pany, lot 1, Woek 3, aud othcru, Douglaji
United Kcally compauy to Trcd V. Walton,
lot 1, black C, fnlon HelshLs suhdlvlalon .. 170
Athton-Jctiklns company to lUymond J.
Aaliton. part of lot I. block 2, Hve-acJe
pint A 10
Klrnbill & Richards company to Leva Vine,
lotu :S3 and ZI'jQ, lllshland l'urk. plat
' A 550
C. W. (ila.lor and -nito lo Kels Peleraoti
and others, pa-ft of rccllon S3, totvnahtp
3 nouth. ronRC 1 xrett 1.000
AV. 1). Klchnrda and xvifo to Richard A.
ItichardF, part or lole ID and 20, block
3. tlve-arre plat A 550
Zlna E. Ilogan to Kllwbtlh Slownrt, lot
25. part ot lot 27, block 2, Dellevno Park
lloffnian Drothore Loan & Tnut company to
IiTy Jennings ami others, lota 31 and 32.
block 2. Carolina piihdlvlsioti 5
Joseph Mn?ld and wlto to John ClirUtonnon.
part o lot 6. block S. plat It 2.700
John H. Bailey and frlfo to II. V. Uate?,
part or lot 4, block 151, plat A 10
K. L. Hale to C. A. Petorson, part o lot
i. block 151. pint A 10
Charls T. IhipliamlR and nlfo to Uinlcl
V. Dooth, lot 12. part of lot 11, block 1.
Olcndalo auhdlvlclon 2,S30
Zlon'n Co-opratlvn Home TItilldlns aaso
rlation to Georso .0. Hcndercon. part o
lot 4. block 26. plat C, 700
Alcrandor Thirt to Harriet H. Hilton, part
of ncctlon i, townublp 2 nouth, ran so 1
Folders Are Attractive.
Three attractive foldern, exploiting the
Lynndyl townalte and adjacent farming
lands In Millard county, have been -issued
by the Sovier River Land & Water
company, which has headquarters in the
McCornick building in this city. Ono of
the pamphlets deals exclusively with the
townslto, another covers the farm lands
for gale by the company, and a third
embraces in abridged form tho informa
tion contained in the other two.
Notice Jc hereby given that there
will be a special meeting of tho
stockholders of Utah Savings Ss Truet
company at tho banking houso of Bald
company, "No. 235 South Main street. Salt
Lake City. Utah, upon tho 4th. day of
"March. 1913, at 4 o'clock p. m.. for the
purpose of considering amending section
VTir, article 1. of its Articles of Incorpor
ation, to read as follows;
"VTTJ. That the capital stock of thin
corporation shall be two hundred thou
sand ($200,000.00)) dollars, divided into
two thousand (2,000) shares, of one hun
dred ($100.00) dollars each."
ol078 N. G. IIAL-L, Secretary.
Notice Is hereby given that there will
be a upeclal meeting of tho stockholders
of Utah Savings & Truot company at
the hanking house of said company. No.
235 South ilnln street. Salt Lake City,
Utah, upon the 5th day of March. 1013. at
4 o'clock p. m for tho purpose of con
sidering the increasing of tho capital
jtock of said company to thrco hundred
thousand ($300,000.00) dollars, divided
into three thousand (3.000) shares of on.
hundred (1100.00) dollarH jaeh.
ol070 N G HALL, Secretary
WIFE SUBS HUSBAND
TO RECOVER REALTY
Suit to recover possession of a piuco of
local re:i) estate was llled In tho district
court yesterday by Carrie Watson agulnst
hor husband, P. B. Watson. She al
leges that Watson Is wrongfully hold
ing possession of her property in viola
tion of an agreenhMit made between
According to tho complaint, Mrs. Wat
son deeded tho property to her husband
with the understanding that he was to
pay oft a $G00 mortgage, the deed stand
ing as a mortgago to secure payment to
Watson for tho money ho advanced to
pay off tho original mortga.se. A pro
vision of tho agreement was that Mrs.
Watson and her daughter wero to have
the right of occupying the promises with
out restraint- It is alleged that Watson
has driven them from the hou&a and
refuses to allow them to return.
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult county clerk or the rcspoctlvs
clgncru for further '''fojJion,
IN THE THIP.D JUDICIAL DISTRICT
court In and for Salt Lake county and
state of Utah. Probate division. In tho
matter of tho estate of Anna Clark, de
ceased. Tho undersigned will sell nt private
sale all the personal property, consist
ing of household goods, of Anna Clark,
deceased, to wit:
Wearing apparel, chickens, fruit, vege
tables. 2 tables. S chairs. 7 pictures, car
pet, 1 Iron bed and mattress complete,
footstool, cuspidor. Jar, 1 sideboard, 1
table, stove, bookcase, 8 chairs, 1 hall
rack, 3 picture, linoleum, 1 tabic cloth, S
napkins, 1 wooden bcdBtead, 2 mat
tresses. C pictures, carpets, 1 bureau, 1
iron bed, mattress, comploto; 1 chiffonier.
1 bureau. 1 picture, carpet, 1 range and
cooking utcnsllo, 1 table, window screen,
fruit jars, dishes, tubs, 1 stove, gardon
tools, table, churn: on or after the ISth
day of February. 1013. at 3204 South 0th
East street. Salt Lake City, Utah, for
cash, in gold coin of tho United States.
Also the undersigned will sell, either
in ona parcel or subdivisions, all the real
property of Anna Clark, deceased, do
scribed aa follows
Commencing 6.3G rods X. of S. E. cor.
of Lot 12 In Block 2'J, Ten-Acre Plat
"A." Big Field Survey. W. 23 rods, N. DO
feet: E. 23 rods. S. 50 feet to beginning,
with tho improvements thereon, known
as No. 3261 South 9th Ea3t street, In Salt
Lake City, Utah, said property being
subject to a note and mortgage for 500;
The north G.P57 rods of Lot 1G in Block
IS, Ten-Acre Plat "A." Big Field Sur
vey, containing two acres, moro or leas,
with the Improvements, situated at No.
1604 South Fifth East street In Salt Lake.
City, Utah, said property being sub
joct to a noto and mortgage for $700;
on or after the ISth day of February.
1013, and written bids will bo rocclvcd
at 1003-6 Kearns building. Salt Lake City.
Utah, l'or cash, In gold coin of the United
States; all bids to bo accompanied hy 10
per cent of the purchase price and the
balance to be paid upon confirmation of
the sale by said robato court and the
delivery of a conveyance.
JOHN P. CLARK,
Administrator of the Estate of Anna
Dated February 6. 1913.
Dickson. Ellis. Ellis &. Sehulder, Attor
neys for Administrator. o7Ci
NOTICE OF SPECIAL. STOCKHOLD
Salt Iikc City. Utah. February 10, 1913
To the Stockholders of Superlor-Alta
Notice is hereby given that a special
meeting of the stockholders of tho Superlor-Alta
Mining company, a corpo
ration, is hereby called for and will be
held at the principal office of the com
panv nt room 722 Judge building, in Salt
Lako Citv. Utah, on Frldny. February
2$, 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m, for the pur
pose of considering, voting upon, accept
ing or rejecting a proposition that Superlor-Alta
Mining company sell and dis
pose of all of its mining claims, mining
rlghtH, franchise?, real and personal
property, and all othor property and
rights of overv nnmc. nature or descrip
tion owned by It, to Wasatch Mines com
panv. a corporation, for and In consid
eration of tho assumption by Wasatch
Mines company of the debts and obliga
tions now owlne by Superior-Alla Min
ing company, and of the further con
sideration of the issuance to Superior
Alta Mining company of -10.000 shares of
the capital stock of Wasatch Mines rom
panv, such stock when received to be
ratably distributed among tho stock
holders of record of Superlor-AJla Min
ing company as a stock dividend. A pro
posal will aleo be submitted to the stock
holders -at tho meeting hereby called
that when such atock is so received and
distributed among its stockholders Sil-perlor-AIta
Mining company proceed to
dissolve aB a corporation.
The stock transfer booka for the trans
fer of stock will bo closed at the close
of business on February 27. 1913, .and re
main closed until tho final adjournment
of the meeting called by this notice.
LEWIS A. JEFFS, President.
C. H. GIBBS, Secretary- ol40fi
NOTICE OF BOND SALE.
Sealed blcrc will be received by
tho board of directors of Blue Bench
Irrigation District No. 1 of Wasatch coun
ty, stato of Utah, at the office of said dis
trict at Duchesne, (formerly Theodore).
Utah, up to and until the Cth day of
March, A. D. 1913, at 2 o'clock p. in., for
bonds of said district lo the amount of
ono hundred twenty-five thousand ($125,
000.00) dollars or any portion thereof
Said bonds will be in denominations of
ono hundred ($100.00) dollars and
five hun'dred ($500.00) dollars each. Said
bonds to run from ten (10) to twenty (20)'
years, und to be payable as provided by
section 16" of chapter 74 of the Session
Laws of Utah, 1909. ok amended by
chapter S3 of the SenMon Laws of Utah,
llill, and to bear intereet at the rate of
six (6) por cent per annum, payable
eoinl-annually on the first, day of June
and December of each year. Principal
and intorest to be paid at the office of
tho county treasurer of Wasatch county,
fctate of Utah. No bid will be accepted
at lees than ninety-five (9B) per cent of
the face value of the bonds bid for. Tho
board of dlrcctorH reserve the right to re
ject any and all bids.
All bids must be addressed to John B.
Wilson, secretary of Blue Bench Irriga
tion District No. 1, Duchesne, Wasatch
Dated at Duchosne (formerly Theodore),
Utah, thla Uth day of February. A. D.
1913. J. S. BIRD.
C. W. BROWN,
J. P.. LEWIS.
Attest: Board of Directors.
T. R. WILSON, Secretary. o!337
NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLD
Salt Lake City. Utah, Febniarv 10, 1913.
To tho Stockholders of Columbus Con
solidated Mining Company.
Notice Is hereby given that a special
meeting of the stockholders of tho Co
lumbus Consolidated Mining com pan v. a
corporation, in hereby called for and "will
bo held ai the principal office of the
company at room 714 Judge building. In
Salt Lake City, Utah, on Friday, Febru
ary 28, 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the
purpose of considering, voting upon, ac
cepting or rejecting a proposition that
Columbus Consolidated Mining company
6cll and dispose of all of Its mining
claims, mining rights, franchises, real
and personal property, and all othor
property and rights of every name, na
ture or description owned by it, to Wa
satch Mines company, a corporation for
and in consideration of the assumption
by Wasatch Minea company of the debts
and obligations now owing by Columbus
Consolidated Mining companv, and of the
further consideration of the issuance lo
Columbus Consolidated Mining compan;
of 160,000 shares of the capital stock o'r
Wasatch Mines comiiany, such stock
when received to be ratably dlKtrlhuted
among the stockholders of record of Co
lumbus Consolidated Mining company
a e stock dividend. A proposal will ab;o
be submitted to tho stockholders at the
meeting hereby railed that when such
stock Is so received and distributed
among its stockholder?. Columbus Con
solidated Mining company proceed to dis
solve a a corporation. .
Th stock transfer books for the trans
fer of atock will be closed at the clone
of business on February 27, 1913, and
remain closed until the final adjourn
ment of the meeting called by this notice.
A H C'OWrE, President.
AV O "WILLIAMS, Secretary.
The "Want Columns aro brimful of human in
terest facts. The Wants tell of conditions that
must be met at once. The "Wants outline the
needs of many in securing workers, renting,
selling, exchanging, buyng or getting work.
There's much to be gained by knowing of the
The Tribune Want Ads.
BAIR'D At 553 Third East street, Feb
ruary 13. 1913, of heart disease Sarah
A. J. Balrd, wife of R. E. Balrd; born
Juno 10, 1&7S, in Eden. Webor county.
Utah. Tho remains aro at the funeral
parlors of Josoph William Taylor, 25
South West Tcmplo street. Thu remains
will he shipped to Ogden. Notice of
COX In this city. February 13, 1513, C.
L. Cox of Bingham, Utah. TImo and
placo of funeral to bo announced lator.
SANDERS At her home. 446 West Sev
enth South street, February 12, 1913,
Mrs. Maria Tannson Sanders, in her
twenty-sixth year. Funeral notice
BHK W. HALL, UNDERTAKER AND
cmbalmer. 1 So, West Tempi. Phona
E. G. O'DONNELL. UNDERTAKER.
and pmbalmer. has moved to nw Ioca
tlon, 226-227 South West TempU troat
Rowltv blrlg PhoT- ESQ o3
C. H. BANKS. UNDERTAKER AND
embalmor. 144 State, Murray. Phone
Murray 347. olE05
HLDDA1CT i-LORAL CO.. SO. MAIN
ot. Phone 106. Cut flowers and fu
reral designs. olMJ
THE LEADING FLORIST AV. W. KING.
214 K 2nd Po. Phnr 37. b2M
McKenzle. Display yarda, 442 So. Stata.
from greenhouse. Porter-Walton Co.,
274 State. mS781
MONARCH OF THE OAKS LEATHER.
That is the kind we uso in our up-to-date
MONARCH SHOD REPAIRING CO.
21 E. Second South St. Was. 3583.
GUNNERS, ATTENTION! WANTED
100 lbs. male mallard duck body
feathers, In lots to suit. Address John
Shields, Fishing Tackle Maker, Brookiine,
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS WANT
ed ; will pay you first-class prloes. Fish
er & Robblns Co.. CO W. 2nd South. Wa
satch 5171. q2G3
UTAH JUNK CO.. HIGHEST PRICE
paid for Iron, brass, rags, bottles, rub
ber, copper, etc. 840 So. 1th West. Phone
Wasatch 229. ml873
WESTERN .TUNIC & ,
Metal company. Highest prices paid for
ropper. brasE. rubber, bottles, etc. Phone'
Hyland 2316. 1044 So. State fit. n2499
A FEW UNCLAIMED TAILOR-MADE
euUk and overcoats at a bargain.
Spielberg Tailoring Co., G7 W. 2nd So.
TO DO TOUR UPHOLSTERING AND
mattress remaking. Utah Bedding &
Mfg. Co. Phone 3S3. b20S
YOUR OLD CLOTHING; WTLL CALL
Salvation Army. Phone 12191
ALL KINDS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
wanted. Tel. Was. 3G25. U1034
CATTLE. ANT KIND, YOUNG AND FAT
calves, poultry. T keep two Jersey bulls
for service. Cows fetched. A. T. Saun
ders. Phone Hyland 2374-J. Rear 14to
So. Main. n3016
SPECIAL FOR ONE WEEK.
Men's shoen half toled, C0c: ladles', 40c.
Work called for and delivered. Utah
Shoe Repair Co., 117 So. W, T. Wasatch
GOOD SECOND-HAND WHITE. AP
ply at 113 West 4th South. ol572
WANTED SECOND-HAND TVPE
writlnsr desk; muft be In good condi
tion and cheap for cash. Apply H-S.
TREE TRIMMING. LANDSCAPE GAR
denlng, by competent, experienced man.
Wasatch 308S-J. o702
CALL WASATCH 3&3G FOR X :AUTV
work; done at your home. ol77
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for the District of Utah.
United States of America, complain
ant, vs. the Union Paeltlc Railroad
company: the Oregon Short Line Rail
road company: the Oregon Railroad
and Navigation company: the San
Pedro, Los Angeles Si Salt Lake Rail
road company, the Atchison. Topeka
& Santa Fe Railroad company: tho
Soulhorn Pacific company: Northern
Pacific Railway company: Great North
ern Railway company: the Farmers
Loan He Trunt company: Jacob IT.
Schiff: Otto II. Kahn: .Tamea Stillman;
Henry C. Frlclc. William A. Clark and
Robert S. Lovctl as trustee, defend
Pursuant to an order of the United
States district court for tho district of
Utah, madu In tho above entitled cause,
notice is hereby given that a plan for
the disposition of the stock of tho South
ern Pacific company owned by defend
ants Union PaiTlic Railroad company and
Oregon Short Line Railroad company,
which plan also provides for the sale to
the Union Pacific Railroad company by
the Southern Pacific company of the
stock owned by it In tho Central Pacific
Railway company and the cancellation
of the leas; of the Central Pncific Rail
way to tho Southern Pacific company and
other mattera. and a copv of an agree
ment embodying the details of said plan
duly executed by the. parties thereto and
a petition for tho approval of paid plan,
havft ben filed with the clfrk of the said
court at Salt Lake City. Utah, and that
the matter has been tut down for hear
ing on printed points before the said
court !n the court room of the United
States circuit court of appeals at St.
Louis, Missouri, at 10 o'clock a. m. on
the 24th dav of Febniarv, 1913.
UNION PACIFIC BAILP.OAD COM
PANY. OREGON SHORT LINE RAILROAD
By A. L. Mohlcr. President.
Salt Lake City. Utah. February 12th.
19 IS. o1G37
AM uncalled-for shoe repair work nill
be fcold for charges February 17 Thore
hon 41 S Stale. - 0I66S
Wanted Femalo Help.
GIRLS LV ALL DEPARTMENTS. AP
.5 TIEADY FOR WORK AT S A-M.
AND 1 P. jf. .DAILY TROY LAUNDRY.
421 .SOUTH (JTH EAST.
SUCCESS INSURANCE UTAH Busi
ness college preparation for luBlp53
life. Start a courso now. Boston blag
day or nlffht e1538
BARCLEY COR6ET8 ARE LIKE OLD
friends; thny wear well; made to meas
urements; guaranteed to fit. not to breaK
or -usL Wasatch 3091-W- Competent
business tromen wanted to take agencies
in Utah towns. 40 Woodruff Apt. a3P
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY BASE
ment First Congregational church: wo
Rft you a position free of charge. Tele
phone 5S22. t27'3
WANTED 3 ALL ROUND LAUNDRY
Jrlrls; good wages. Apply ready for
work. Murray laundry. nl34
WANTED EXPERIENCED MARKER.
steady position, good wages. Applv
Murray laundry. nlMQ
GOOD PEOPLE FOR FIRST-CLASS
musical comedv stock; permanent.
State full experience, calary, height,
weight, etc. Address F-B4, Tribune.
GOOD, RELIABLE FIRST GIRL. FAM
ily of four; good home and first-class
wages; none over 2G need apply. 847
So. 5th East. O1093
WANTED YOUNG LADIES WITH
good education, between the ages of
18 and 24, for permanent, congenial em
ployment at good salary, with opportunity
for advancement. Applicants must fur
nish Salt Lako references and apply in
own handwriting. Address Traffic Man
ager, P. O. box 1760. O1012
ATTEND HEN A GBR' S BUSINESS COL
lege The largest and best Positions
guarantped to all graduates. You can en
roll any day. ol2G0
COMPETENT GTJRL FOR GENERAL
housework and cooking; no laundry.
667 E. 2nd So. ol346
COMPETENT OTEtL FOR GENERAL
housework. Good wages, no laundrv
Apply 101 N. State. 01478
WANTED LADY AGENT, APPLY AT
236 North First West. ol57o
LAUNDRY WOMAN. APPLY 717 EAST
2d South. olG87
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; small family. 1135 East 6th
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL TIOUSE
work. Phone Wasatch SOo-AV or call
iif3 Stlt ave. 016HG
WANTED LADY BOOKKEEPER AND
cashier of experience, double entry,
special column cash and sales book, bill
ing on Remington with adding mechan
ism, preferably over 25; surety bond re
fiuircd; permanent. Apply in own hand
writing, slating experience and salary c.v
peclcd. Address TT-13. Tribune. 0I6IO
HOUSEKEEPER. WT D OAArER . SMALL
family. Address G-42, Tribune- olOSS
AT ONCE. THREE BRIGHT. CAPABLE
ladles over 21 to travel, demonstrate
and sell dealers; 32f to J50 ner week; r. r.
fare paid: Utah and northern tcrrltorv.
Goodrich Sales Co., 62 E- Fourth South.
MOTHER AND DAUGHTER. COOK
and waitress hotel In Idaho.
Woman for ranch. Tdaho. 330.
Lunch counter girl out, pass.
Kltchon wiimnn, 530.
STROCK'S EMP. AGCY..
"jo W. 2nd So. St. 0I66O
GOOD OTP, FOR HOUSEWORK: GOOD
wages. 544 So. State. ol67S
Wanted fJit.nntinn Pomji.
Wants well worth whllo in effecting
THERE'S A PLACE OF MEETING
for workers and employero it's tho
CURTAINS, BED SETS AND LACES
repaired and laundered; reasonable.
Wasatch S858-M. ol591
Wanted Situation Male.
bookkeeper deslrcR position. Touch
operator, best of references. Address
G-26, Tribune. o84G
AVHEN THE BUSY BUSINESS MAN OF
today wants additional help, ho studies
the AA'ant Ads or he sends a Want of
ENGLISH-SPEAKING YOUNG JAP
wantn any kind of Job in city or out.
H-7. Tribune, 0I0I6
EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER. CAN
handle collections; first-class references;
in city or out of city. Address G-51,
FIRST-CLASS ALL AROUND BUTCH
er looking for position In or out of
town; well able to manage business. Ad
dress H-l, Tribune. ol487
JAP UOY WANTS JOB AS SCHOOL
boy. Address G-S, Tribune. ol4S6
MAN AGED 33 TRUSTWORTHY,
needs position: sober; business ability.
Address H-2, Tribune. ol499
POSITION AS MILLER. 1? YEA RS" Ex
perience, hard and soft wheat: refer
ences. AddnjBK "Dusty," box 18C, St.
Anthony, Idaho. olG59
YOUNG MAN WISHES POSITION. ANY
kind of work; good references. Ad
dress G-53, Tribune. oI057
BY MAN AND WIFE. AVTFE WANTS
housework or cooking; man is handv
with tools, horses, gardening or janitor
work. AVe have the best of city refer
ences. Addrens H-9, Tribune. olSiil
BY YOUNG MAN, POSITION IN OF
flce or selling: locally. Wll-posted In
plumbing and steam line. Address H-12,
COLLECTOR WANTS POSITION; CAN
furnish references' bond If necessary,
address P. O. box 1277, city ol649
YOUNG MAN AV3TH GENERAL OFFICE
experience wants work as stenographer.
Some experience. High school training.
Addrese II-1S, Tribuno. o!676
Wanted Male Help.
ARE WORKERS NEEDED V ARE OUSI
neoo chances aoutfhtV Aro renting op
portunities at hand? Io this an advan
tageous time to buy or sell? These are
hut a fow of the business chances shown
from day to day in tho want eolumns.
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Hotel, restaurant and household help.
Headquarters for laborers.
65 West 2nd South. Phono 4G4.
THE TRIBUNPJ CAN USE SEVERAL
wlde-awako men, located In this city,
a solicitors. Exoerlence not necessary,
but applicants must furnish good refer
ences and be earnest In their determina
tion to learn a profession offering big
things to the right sort of men. Apply be
tween 9 and 10 a, m. onlv to the city
circulation department. ' ' olIOl
JAPANESE GENERAL AGENCY.
Help of all kinds furnished. Phono
Was. 1311. 2DC West 1st So. f340!
MEN'S UNCALLED-FOR TAILOR
mado suits and overcoats at a sacri
fice. Splelbors Tailoring Co., 57 W. Sec
ond South. klS04
GETTING A JOB. SECURING HELP
crs for every Indus, try both aro made
easy and may no quickly accomplished
by using the wants.
MANY HArE FOUND A CONSISTENT
reading of the wants well worth while
in gaining full measure of profit and
Buccefs-why not you7
30Y8 AVE CAN SAVE YOU FROM 51
to $2.50 on your suits. Upstair prices.
Rowe's. second floor Walker Bank build
M3DN WANTED TO WEAR OUR
trusses; fit guaranteed. Rex Drug Co..
W. Temple and Broadway. h3279
TWO MEN FOR AUTO DRIVING AND
repairing; experience unnecessary. Call
137 W. First South. m211l
SHEFPARD'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
"The Red Front." 112 Went 2nd South.
Headquarters railroad and mining help,
Wasatch 8534. ol543
PERSONAL ATTENTION AND THOR
oughness charactering Utah Business
College training. Dav and night. Bogin
now. Boston building. sl537
IF YOU HAVE A. HORSE AND CART.
or home, file your application as car
rier for The Tribune with the city circu
lation department. Frequent changes ana
creating positions for young men who
want morniny routes. Call in person.
THOSE WHO TAKE ADAMANT AGE OF
the WRntn need lose no time looking
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY BASE
ment First Congregational church. We
get you a position free of charge. Tele
phono Wasatch 5822. t365
FIFTY MEN WAITED. 12TH EAST
and Cth South. Sewer work. Houser
& Sim. contractors. nl348
MEN. WOMEN GET GOATERNMENT
parcel pout 1ob. 830 wlc. Writ" for
MRt of nosltlorio onon. Franklin Institute
Dept. 42S-A. Rochester. N. Y. n!482
KEEPING POSTED REGARDING THE
want opportunities means that workers
who aro capable and willing and employ
ers who assure fair treatment for their
workers, aro both in touch with chances
that are well worth while.
WANTED I ST - CLA S S? MARKER AND
sorter, grood wnxos to right party,
steady poaition; apply Murray Laundry
JAP LABOR AGENCY.
Absolutelv reliable: no oommisrlon. W.
Watt. 53 Richards st. W?.atch 4S49.
LEARN THE AUTO BUSINESS. 73
Postofflce Place. o21i
GOOD PEOPLE FOR FIRST-CLASS
musical comedv stock; pcrmanont
State full experience, salarv. height,
welcht, etc Address F-54, Tribune.
FEW GOOD SOLICITORS. APPLY 114
E. Broadway. o754
DANCING LESSONS DAILY. SOCIAL
Tues., Thurs.. Sat; CS Portofflcc placo.
A TRAVELING SALESMAN. DRUG
line, can do well. Address G-",S, Trib
une, oil 19
NOAV IS A GOOD TTME TO ENROLL AT
Henager'e BusIn?Ps college. Positions
guaranteed to oil graduates. Investlcaf
ENERGETIC SALESMAN TO TAKE
orders for men's custom tailored suits
in nearby towns. A good proposition,
either straight, salarv or salary and com
mission for a good man. Write G-56, Tri
AT ONCE. EXPERIENCED STENOGRA
pher. good Remington copylal pre
ferred, for temporary work out of city.
Good salary and cxpcnseii paid. Rem
ington Tj-pewriter Co. olSSO
BOY ABOUT 16 TO LEARN TRADE.
Regal Cleaning Co,. 156 E. 2d S. oloSO
BARBER WANTED. 70 WEST SEC
ond South st. 0IGS0
MARRTED COUPLE (WHITE) TO
make home with family of three, wo
man to cook and launder, nuin to help
with housework and do general outside
work (furnace.- lawn). AViita box 60S,
Ogden. Utah, stating experience, wages
desired and references. olGGi
CAPABLE SODA WATER DISPENSER
with references. Addrcrs 11-10, Trib
INTELLIGENT. STRONG BOY. GEN
eral work in drug store. Apply ITalll
day Drug Co. 01GI2
AA'HOLESA LE AGENTS WITH MER
chants Co-operation association; big
money this spring. 425 D. F. Walker
AA'ANTED THOROUGHLY ENPERI
enced night porter; ono who under
stands furnace. Apply before 10 n. m..
Unlvorslty club, 130 East So. Temple.
Pet animal practice a specialty Hos
pital for animals. Hyland 2211-AA.
Hospllal at 249 11th East. n!563
LTsUWoTTlGOMArN. 2ND FLOOR.
cures dlaoaos with celebrated Chinese
remedies. Consultation free. n!38
PAPTSriTaNG ING . S AM PL'es' FU fi
nished; first class work: prices rea
sonable. Ernest Sturm. 129 AV. 1st South.
Hyland 225S-W. olGGo
MISS BERTHA ArAGENER'S STUDIO.
77 East Third South. China sultab'iu
for gifts and prizes. Class and private
HOMER REALTY CO. HAS REMOArED
to Boyd Park bldg., 1G2 Main. Was.
SALT LAKE SCAVENGER AND SANI
tary Garbage Co., removed to 25 E. 1th
we sellTrentndrpair all
makes. 1G0 State. Wasatch 4703.
TBTBUJfE TV A N T' ADS P U L- b
FOR RENT. M 1
For Rent Houses UnfurnisheSj?
only 5H0; Mil allow parties SE
amo to subrcnt; here's a chance to
your root free: arranged w as to r.SWu
three dljforent famlifo wi thout wSmMr
Ing with ono another; houstj strtifB'
motleni; also suitable for boarding bniTWi
close to unlvorslty. &io b. First ttM .
Apply Ashton-JenlUns Co., 17 g M
street. ' ' Q?Kt
TITO SIGN, "ROOMS FOR"rE!NT "sf
no longer displayed In many 0f "M
homes that take a roomer or two WMLf.
who rent rooms have. In most InstancM ?
found by cxpcrlenco that tho better k
of roomers arc to bo sccurod by uB;
the want columns. f
FINE S-ROOM TIOUSK, CLOSE TOrp
fv?;f.,tyi: atrl,ctIy wodom: location uM
nmn- ""orally students; rent ovt
Hrsl avenue. Apply AahuHJ1
Jenkins Co.. 47 Main at.; phone WWf
l-ROOIU COTTAGE. MOD. 424 SOUlS
3rd East. $17.50.
right close in. r.ai So. Main. o
4-ROOM COTTAGE AT 5TJI EAST AHm"?
10th South; barn and large lot." 510 ?,
mo. Hoffmen Brothers Loan & TtFiM'
Company, 22 East Flm South. AVas 2MJ
l-HOOM MOD. BRICK. 370 E. 8TR" 1
BOTHAVELL & McCO NAUGHT "
t03 Boyd Park Bldg.
2 OR 4-HOOM BRICIC COTTAGE, IS Pi
mo.; ckwc In. Was. C567, hT
5F00&. MODERN" COTTAGE. QLO
In. $25 per month. Inqulra tier
BofTet or phone Wasatch 2789. k
23 HOUSES. ALL KINDS AND PRIC1
Tuttle Bros. Co., 159 Main st. nl
4. 6 AND S-ROOM MOD. BRI(
houses. Phone W. 648B. nJ
3 GOOD ROOM8 AND SUMMl
kitchen, screened porch. 37. B2S
4th South. nj
NEW G-ROOM MODERN. GAS RANG
Inquire 445 S. W. Temple. Phs
C-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. 716 SOU
2nd East. Inquire next door nor
AVasatch 3 539-W. x,31
,-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. S32 Lt
coin ave.. 3th So. bet. 9th and
7-ROOM. STRICTLY MODERN, T
eluding furnace, at 233 10th ave. AV
satch 4559 -M. o2
5-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE. S
qulro No. 1 Narvcx apt., 230 East 3
South. Was. 440. 0.
MODERN 5-RM. BRICK COTTAGH,
Arernor ave., 339 So. 5th E. Wasat
3 ROOMS. MODERN. ON UPP1
floor. 520 E. 10th South. 0'
NICE S-ROOM HOUSE: MODERN FJ
cept heat. 857 E. 3d South. oil
SEARS INVESTMENT CO.
Have moved to 25 E. 4th So., Gra
AA'o have a fine, modern 9-room hoi
for rent on 5th East. Large lot. oil
3-RM. HOUSE: STH S.. 9 TIT W.; 16. 1
quire T. A. Moore, G W. McCornick b
SIX-ROOM FRAME IN POPlI
Grove: 513.50. AArasatch 3012. olj
MODERN 4-ROOM fiOTTAGE. CLO!
in: no children. 132J West 4th S0Uj
3- ROOM MOD. COTTAGE R. R. DI
trlct; no car faro. 457 Po. 1st Ww
For Rent Houses Furnisher
tIhseroom terrace, mouer
except heat, with two dlsapptarll
hftds. 520 por mo.: Gth So. and 6th Bai
Phone Hyland 3325-.T. mJ
RIGHT TN. MODERN 3-ROOM ROUS'
J 12 2nd East. 0
2" 50 l-ROOM MODERN HOU81
close in. Inquire 529 S. AVesi Temnf
W. 4903 -.T. ol?
FOR RENT FURNISHED. 7 ROOU
kitchen and bath. $25. Inqulro 634 t
4- ROOM COTTAGE. CLOSE IN. MO
ern; oheap to right party. ioS Soil
1G-ROOM ROOMING HOl'RID FC
rent ; furnished rent $30: c-ltent I
cation. Rosa C DavlP. 113 B. Maln
Rice, 107 E. 1st So. st. Wasatch 2
SAMPLE ROOM ON FIRST FLOOR .J
70 feol. Apply Capital Electric Coi,
West let South. Jr
BARN FOR RENT. AUTO OR HORS
360 East 3rd South. ol?
Wanted To Trade. j
HOUSE AND STORE. WKfll
will trade for farm AddrMsjJ,,
Slate Reclamation Commission of
mrormatlon apply to Becrclary,
floor Boyd Park bldg.
AVirT ONE MAN CAN DO ANOTffi
doNAnd Aat ha. been done !
ono can bo done for anpthe r. "ft
proven cvcir.day In the ' TpJ J u
offices. 123 TCearnu V,uUd,,nSi.f rltin
and women are relieved of Jim
starled on the road to Perfect fc
a slnglo application, irccof; wst.
Your friends aud neighbors an
Salt l-nkp and vicinity can tell I yon "
the "fiy-New-Llfo" vibrator doefl ev
thing claimed for it-and mncj morc.J
arc not giving- yourself a WaJ fa
you do not call and got ft
or writo and got a free ho. 1',
outside. The phono number Is w
o h ol n . In It hi 1 "M. " Return to
Reward. , ti
FOU NO-BAT COLT. REAR 654
LOST-ON WAY TojSjjjP
ater. brown Tur muff. Rci""' olMlfc
Eiist So. Temple. Reward. -F
dollars . In silver. In the ju f "j
trlct of the city Reward m jm
for the return of eaii ? Rr -of
lice. IS East 3rd South st.
ALSO KEY FITTING ANP M
work a specialty. u' u"
AVns. 4054. .--jKU'
MATTRESSES AND IlllS,&Stt'!L
paired. Salt Lako MattreBs piMfv
brass, chipped ula" and P"
Wanatcb 1603. 1