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L-- THF SAT T LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1913. . 11 I I
IB MEET VETS
Admittedly Will Have
,g Team; Contest
cd Bennlon of tli0 Universiti
es thiH to say .about today's
a! game this afternoon:
not surprise me a bit to oeo
ners win totiuy'K game. If
were to be composed of men
not played for ten years or
H be different, but for the
lie men who will play for the
iorrow are men who have
In the last two yeara and who
I a long time together. This
them to gel their plays into
tit a Ions period of organlza
;he other Hand, the varsity
ear is composed of new men
t unublo to do much against
which a bunch of old stars
blc to put up.,:
55 from the ma" who knows
the situation than anyone
his Judgment Is good there
real hummer today.
a who arc really Interested
i gridiron and who have fol
the Inst dozen years will be
some of their old heroes In
ml have a unnncc once more
ir Fred Bennlon, Don Ray,
rson. the two RIchardsons,
as they did years ago. Be-old-tlmors
as these, the men
inde famous reputations dur
t two or three years will be
:o show the students that the
were given while In school
e old-timers have not organ
y will finally appear on the
I have been requested to ap
cymnasium at 1 o'clock today,
ef the direction of Coaches
d Fltzpotrlck, they will ho
i a little course of sprouts
their positions assigned to
, the varsity bunch Is confl
hey will whip the tar out of
s and make them think that
could play football. At least
attlludo some of thorn take,
dnle Richardson or Lon Rom
ne of those green men who
been In a game before a little
rtcclt may bo taken out of
Sutherland and Coach Nelly
he varsity team in tow for
nd have arranged a comploto
signals for the game, so that
lon can't tip the plays off to
Ib attracting much attention
men and women alike In Salt
many alumni are coming in
' town to watch it.
pts of the game will go
aylng the expenses of the an
annuet. All alumni who ap
fleld In football togs will bo
honorary hosts at tho ban
ds for today's game will bo
Bowen, referee: Lieutenant
umpire: Freeman Bassott.
mn. The game starts at 3
t Coast league
Won. Lost. P.C.
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Able. FruTtt ' nnrt "nohrcr: Higgle"
ffiMS. Western League
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jBwla-Wlchtte. 1: Lincoln. :.
J(aP3-0nuha. ; St. Joioph. 5.
trJ6 Wlus Marathon.
tHT01, Mass- OcL 3. Joseph M.
JBz.?1 SomenrlHo. Mass., won tho
. ;e"InV0 marathon from Boston
lKnc y lolay. His time was 2 hours
IBWtesi and 30 seconds. Tom Lllley
I Eti!e . r wtlD second. There were
"BILL ORR," former Salt
Lake shortstop, now Athletic
utility, who suffered a broken
right hand at Philadelphia
'j' - i
IS DEMED DRAW
Twenty-round Bout at Saltair
Fails to Show Middle
"Kid" George nnd "Vic" Hansen fought
twenty rounds at tho Saltair hippodrome
last night to the general dissatisfaction
of half a thousand light fans who looked
on. Tom Painter, refcroo, called it a
draw, probably In the absence of any real
honors for either boxer, but in tho gen
erally expressed opinion of tho fans Han
sen outpointed George all the way.
It was a clinch fight from start to
end. It began in a clinch and tho last
gong found tho referee still struggling to
part tho men. The blows landed clean
In open lighting could be countod on the
Hansen Forces Fight.
Hansen forced the fight all tho time,
taking advantage of the continuous
clinches to belabor George's kidneys and
the back of his neck. That was about
all George was willing to expose. Hansen
i probably hit him u couplo of hundred
times on one spot In the Bmall of the
back and tho total result was a rosy com
plexion on that part of George's anatomy,
Neither man so much as left a visible
mark on the other's features.
The rounds were featureless and of a
monotonous sameness. It was a enso of
clinch, clinch, clinch, with a llttl0 futllo
shadow boxing In betweon, In the twen
tieth round, urged on by tho howling
fans, both men mixed It George scored
a knockdown, but Hansen camo up smil
ing. They slugged ono another for prob
ably ten seconds and then came the clinch
again and the gong.
Meehan Is Knocked Out.
The evening was not without features,
however. Not least ol these was "Spike"
Hennessey, the announcer. "Spike" has
the question of acoustics tied up in a bag.
His voice is a thing of beauty and a
noise forever. He received moro ap
plause than any one else who cllmbod
into tho ring last night.
Young Lonnle Tucket- of Kansas City
and Frank Martin of Salt Lako did their
best in a six-round preliminary. Tucker
was by far the more clever. He cut
Martin's lips, closed one eye and brought
the claret In generous quantities with a
whirlwind of upporcuts, Martin was
game and fought to the end of tho bout
with flying colors. .Tuckor was given tho
decision, . , ,
"Ted" Kelly of Pueblo knocked out
Young Meehan of Snlt Lake In two
JIMMY CLABBY WINS;
SAILOR ALL BUT OUT
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 3. Jimmy
Clabbv of Hammond, Ind., won a. decision
tonight over "Sailor" Ed Petroskey of
thin city In a twenty-round light. It was
Clabbv's fight all the way. In tho last
three "rounds he had the sailor all but
TWO SCORE FOOTBALL
G1ES FOB TODAY
(Continued From Preceding Pago.)
Its line la heavy though green, while It
back Is strong nnd swift.
The Minors, who went through last
season with hut one defeat, have made a
strong showing In practice and much Is
uxpectod of them. No games arc sched
uled for tomorrow except Coloado and"
Nebraska Men Out.
L.IfcrS0LN', Ncb l 0(U- 3. With three
football regulars still on tho Injured
list Cameron, center: ShleldH. tackle,
and Halllgan. end Nebraska will not be
able to present its strongest lineup In
tomorrow's game with Washburn college
of Topoka. Nevertheless, followers of
the game expect Nebraska to render a
good account. Thompson will be able
to fill the center poeltlon satisfactorily,
if his play in practice Is an indication.
The return of Ross, tho heavy guard,
adds to the strength of the line, and
the backfleld. with Purdy. Bock. Ruth
erford and Towlo In their regular porI
Nons. gives a promising outlook. The
Washburn team arrlx-cd late tonight, all
tlx; players In fighting trim.
Light Work at Yale. i
NEW HAVEN, Conn.. Oct. 3. After a !
week of hard scrimmage work. In which j
special attention was paid to develop- j
ing more offensive power, Yale's foot
ball players were given only light prac- j
tlce today. It Is probable that Captain
Ketchnm will start the game against the !
university of Malno tomorrow as guard.
Although considered one of the best cen
ters In the game today, he has shown
much aptitude In his new position. Mar
tyng, Ketcham's understudy for the past
two years, will occupy the pivotal posi
tion Indiana the Heavier.
CHICAGO. Oct 3. Secret practice was
Uio order of tho day for the Univorslty
of Chicago football team, in preparation
for the game with Indiana here tomor
row. Chicago is outweighed by the In
diana team, although the Maroons arc
nineteen pounds heavier in the backfleld.
Indiana has nve men In tho lino weigh
ing more than 195 pounds each.
Open Date Filled.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass . Oct. 3. Pennsyl
vania State's football team was selected
today as the opponent of the Harvard
varsity eleven on October 25, the date
loft vacant by Norwich university's can
cellation of its schedule. The came will
be played here.
Scrimmage for Crimson.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Oct. 3. Instead
of the usual Friday rest from heavy
work, tho Harvard squad was gH'en stiff
scrimmage practice today, In prepara
tion for Its game tomorow with Bates.
Tho Crimson will present its strongest
avallablo lineup tomorrow.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 3. With Cap
tain Young, the star halfback out of the
lineup on account of an Injured foot,
the University of Pennsylvania football
team will enter the Lafayette gamo to
morrow hopeful, but nono too confident
of victory. The varsity was givon a
long drill behind closed sates today.
Changes for Tigers.
PRINCETON, N. J., Oct. 3. The
Princeton coaches announced tonight that
thero would bo several changes In the
lineup against Fordham tomorrow from
tho team which met Rutgers last Satur
day. Law will start at left half In place
of Captain Baker. J. I. Baker will play
quarterback: Gllck Tight half, and Strolt
fullback. In the lino Havlland will bo
at center and Brown at right end. To
day's practice was devoted to signal
drill and punting.
Trotting Eecord Broken.
LEXINGTON. Ky.. Oct. 3. The world's
record for a 2-year-old trotting gelding
Was loworod today at a breeders' meet
ing, when Judge Jones, driven by IT. M.
Chllds, trotted a mile in 2:123. Tho last
quarter was done in 311 seconds.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. Oct 3. -The Cin
cinnati Nationals and tho local associa
tion team played twelve Innings today.
Cincinnati winning. R. II. E.
Cincinnati 7 13 4
Kansas City 5 9 1
Batteries Davenport, Robertson and
KJlng; Allison and Murphy.
At Milwaukee- R, H. E.
Pittsburg 4 7 2
Mllwaukoo 5 8 3
Batteries McQuillan, Cooper and Kelly;
Slapnicka and Hughes,
Long Throws Chester.
Special to Tho Tribune.
POCATELLO, Ida., Oct. 3. In tho
wrestling match horo last night betweon
Tom Long and Art Chester, Long won
two falls out of three aftor Chester got
tho first fall In 1C minutes. Long got
his first In BC mlnutos and second In
2S. It was tho best wrestling match ever
witnessed In Pocatollo Jock Harbortson,
the well-known wrestler from Ogdun.
refcreed the match with entire satisfac
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COLUMBUS, Oct. 3. Eight heats of
tho 2:08 trot on today's programme (lid
not sottlo tho race, which becomes the
longest of the Grand circuit season.
Derby Boy and Dcnsmoro will trot a
ninth mile tomorrow to. determine the
winner. Etawah, the throo-year-old colt
of tho Geers stublo, was the favorite. He
lost the first two heals, won the next two
and made a break near the finish of the
fifth one. Prior to the start of tho sixth
heat ho was withdrawn on account of
Douglass McGreggor, which took tho
first two houts, was not up to a long
struggle, but managed to remain In until
the seventh, when he was loo weary to
avoid being distanced. Derby Boy pro
longed tho race by winning the eighth
heat, after Dcnsmoro had taken two of
the three previous ones.
Thero was no resumption of tho Buck
eye stake, fivo heats of which were con
tested on Thursday. It was discovered
that Poter McConnlck had no right to
start In tho fifth heat, as he did not stand
as a money winner after the fourth ono.
Consequently h0 was disqualified and tho
raco was awarded to Lady Grattan. Fan
Patch, Tommy Horn, Vaster, Nata Prlmo
and Harry J. f. were the other money
winners, tho stake being divided six
Doctor Thomo and Morino fought a
sco-saw In the 2;16 trot.
2:0S trot, tlireo In five, punio Jiioo. (Untln
luhcl): Derbr Boy. b. p., bjr Mnrval
(McCarthy) : 4 S 2 3 1 2 1
Dcrumorp, h. ti., by Vyrant
Douglar) McOreRor, br. h
by Jay McGrccor (Valen
tino) 112 14 3 Jla
Ktawnh, b. c, by Al Stanley
(Gcors) 5 3 1 1 2 fir
Myrtln Oranott. blk. m. (An
drew) I I I ro
1'rlneo Lot. br. g. (Clillfls).. 6 5 5 m
Tlmo, 2:0S l-i, 2:10 J-2, 2:10. 2:09 1-2, 2:1.1,
2:11 1-4. 2:14 3-4, 2:13 3-t.
2:01 pace, throo In tivc, purxo 11200:
Margot Hal, b. xn., by Arpot Hat (Mc-
DonaM) 1 I 1
Clnctnnamon, cli. b. (Oiborn) 2 2 4
Michigan Queen, b. m. (Valentine) 8 3 2
Tho XfMor, ch. f. (Qcors) 4 3
roRlbll!ty, ch. h. (Swolu) 4 G 8
Vlow Khlcr. b. k. (Murphy-Updrlck) 5 S C
Adcllnn W., ch. m. (Gordon) 7 6 (!
Addition, br. re. (Klmlln) n 7 7
noati Hal, ro. h. (Walker) P J P
Time. 2:03 1-4. 2:03 3-4. 2:05 1-4.
2:18 trot, throo In fivo. purse 11200:
Doctor Thomo, b. g., by Arlon
(Snow) 14 2 11
Morlno, br. a., by Mobol (Cox) ..... 2 1 1 2 2
BwcPt Spirit, b. m. (Murphy) 3 2 11 3 3
Vast Tramp, ro. h. (McDouold) ,3 3 4 S 4
Mlu Alma Mater, b. in. (Jamlion) ... 7 10 3 & ro
Tollntta, b. m. (Lane) I 6 10 4 ro
SadK Buron. b. m. (Flick) 6 B 9 7 ro
Taylor Sturgeon, b. b. (IMillllia) 11 11 5 S ro
Ttddy DrooVo. b. ll. (Wlleon) 5 9 7 11 ro
DouElnen M . b. b. (Roldy) 0 7 C 10 ro
Tho KontucklaJi. b. h. (Conley) . ..10 S S 5 ro
Time. 2:11 1-2. 2:11 1-1. 2:13. 2:03 1-4. 2:10 1-1.
Tho Champion stake. 2:02 pacers, three In
the. ptirn 3000:
nrarton Direct, blk. h by naron Dlract
(Uacnn) 1 1 t
nranham BauKliman. b. h. (Cox) 2 3 3
Flower Direct, b. m. (iledrlck) S 2 C
llnl n., Jr.. lir. li. (MoEwea) 4 5 2
Lontsortli 71.. b. k- (Murphy) & 4 4
Time, 2:04 1-2, 2:04. 2103 3-4.
First nice, five and a half furloncs ,
Thaodorlta. 105 (Woods). 51.13.10. JG5.10.
S3S.10, won: Gipsy L,ove. 105 (Goose),
Su.Sd. 54.20. Hucond; Tom Boy, 100 (Mar
tin), ltl.&f). third. Time, 107. My Kit
ten, Otranto. Retiulnim, StoVfista, Bar
bara Lane, Chentophlne anil Blrdlo WII
IIhiiih alto ran.
Second race. kIx furlongs Counterpart.
104 (Vandusen), 521.00. 510.20. SC.10. won;
Winter Grocn, 101 (Gross), S1C.20, S7.40.
second: Lucille Allen. 109 (Borel). 81.20,
third. Time, 1:12 1-5. Envy, Ford. Sum
ter. Dtuiuosiic, Little Baker, Lutly Lon
don. Ambrose, Uncle Dick and Mlra Dell
Third raco, xx furlongs Watcrbass.
105 (Turner). JS.IO. 52.80, 52.50. won:
Florin. 110 (Henry), $7. JU0. second;
Claxor.ette. 110 (Vandusen). $4, third.
Time, 1:13 4-5. Constant. Dr. Kendall,
Princeton, Iridescence and General War
ren also ran.
Fourth nice, six furlongs Lcocharcs,
109 (Borcl), 57.20. $3.10. $2.50. won:
Helios. 108 (Gross). J3.70. $2.60. suroud,
Iron Mnak. 132 (Kcdurls). $2.50. third.
Time. 1:10 1-5. (Equals American rec
ord.) Panzaretta, Helen Barbee and
Theresa Gill also ran.
Fifth race, mile and seventy yards
Grosvcnor. 107 (Vandusen). $8.60. $4. SO.
53.40. won; Verena. 100 (Kederls). 5-1.10.
53.50, second; Belle of Byrn Mawr. 105
(Goud). $12,60, third. Time, 1:41. L. U.
Adajr, Anna Reed, Lodona, Crisco, Silk
Day and Ravenal also ran.
Sixth raco, ono mile and a sixteenth
T. M. Green, 103 (Martin), $4. ?3.30,
$2.10, won: Bonno Chance, 108 (Taylor),
SG.GO. $.'U0. second; Spindle. 108 (Ke
derls), $2.80. third. Time. 1:4-1 1-5. Ef
fendl. Brave, Cracker Box. Jack Relger.
Idlcwelss, Hoffman, Wishing Ring and
Chartlor also ran.
First race, one mile nolton, 0D: Sadie
Jouott, 101: Candy Box, 103; Indolence,
105; Any Time, 109; L.Iudar, 110; Pa
tience, 101, Yankee Tree, Dr. Pamuol,
105; Ambition, 10S: Belloc, 110; Brigs
Second race, six furlongs Old Ben, 100;
Black Toney, 113; "Three Links, 101;
Wcyanoke, 105; Edda, 108; Back Pay,
109; Curlicue. 100; IClntr Olympian, 103;
Mlmorloso. 105; The Reach, 107; Pay
Streak. 109; Presumption, 10P.
Fourth race, Louisville cup, two miles
Beautiful, 97; Absconder, 101; Manager
Mack, 101; Melton Strcot, 107; Any Port,
101: Clubs, 102; Cousin Puss, 105; Flora
Fifth race, mllo nnd a sixteenth Bena
net, 93; Tho Widow Moon, 101; Founda
tion. 10S: Scmprite. 9S: Doncrall, 108;
Samuel R. Meyer. 10S.
Sixth raco, mllo and seventy yards
Flying Tom. 9S: Joe Dlebold, 10G; Just
Red. 10G: Wllhltc. 109; Jlmmlo Gill, 101;
Muff, Winning Witch, 106; Sonatla. 110.
"Apprentice allowance claimed.
Weather clear, track fast.
First race, mllo and seventy yards
Flammarloti, 102 (Nathan), 3 to 1, won;
Abdon. 103 (Wolfe), 3 to 1. second; Dan
gerous March, 113 (Corey), 15 to 1, third.
Time, 1:48 3-5, 'Compliment, Phew, My
Fellow and Lord Elam also ran.
Second race, five and a half furlongs
Valkyrie, 109 (Ambrose), 6 to 5, won;
Czar Michael, 117 (Walts). 3 to 2, sec
ond: Fathom, 112 (Falrbrother), 13 to 1,
third. Time, 1:10. Mator also ran.
Third race, mile and a sixteenth Frod
Mulholland, 104 (Waldron), 7 to C, won;
Colonel Cook, 109 (Derondo). 7 to 5, Beo
ond; Napier, 105 (Halsey), 50 to 1, third.
Time, 1:50 2-5. Good Day also ran.
Fourth race, six furlongs Light o' My
Life. 117 (Burllngame). 2 to 1, won;
Cadcau, 05 (Callahan). 13 to 5, second:
Montrcsor, 102 (Wolfe), oven, third.
Time, 1:15 3-5. Only three starters.
Fifth race, fivo and a half furlongs
Heart Beat, I0S (Ford), 2 to 1, won; Uul
gar. 105 (Troxlor). 12 to 1, second; Dally
Waters, 100 (Dcronde), 10 to 1. third.
Time. 1:10 1-5. Our Mnbolle, Colors.
Cooster. Rummago, Harvest Queen and
Helen M. also ran.
Sixth race, six furlonga -Battery. 107
(Obcrt), 1 to 4. won: Aware. 101 (John
son). 12- to 1, second: Turkey In tho
Straw, 99 (Derondo), 50 to 1. third. Time,
1:1S 1-5. Melville, Captain Jinks. Goldy
and Reno a.lso rail.
First race, five and a half furlongs
Salon, 107: Zodiac, 112; Ortyx, 105; "The
Urchin, 100; Trade Mark, 100.
Second haco. six furlongs Dynamo. 100;
Herotlc, Inferno Queen. 102; Union Jack,
97; Rod and Gun. 97: Hearthstone, 110;
Tilford Thomas 107; Battery, 107.
Third ruco, six furlongs Kayderoseros,
113: Fathcrola, 105; eLncc, 100; Flying
Yankee, 115: Semiquaver. 113; Lewis, III;
Spring Maid, 110; "Briar Path. 104:
Yenghec, 110; A'olthorpe. 109; "Nello, 103;
Fourth race, Baltimore handicap, mile
and a sixteenth All Gold, 113; Donald
McDonald, 107; Elwah, DO; Barncgat, 93:
Ten Point, 127.
Fifth nice, ono mile O. U. Buster.
100; Merry LaJ, 114; "eorvlcence. 105;
Spellbound, 105: Dartworth. 100.
Sixth race, six furlongs John P. Nixon.
10S; Flntbush. 105: Oregg. 10S; No Man
ager. 105: Notmakor, 108; Dombni, 105;
Approntlco allowance claimed.
Wf-athor cloudy, track muddy.
Great Western Resulta.
SEDALIA. Mo.. Oct. 3. The Grat
Western harness races closed here today.
Thero wore only two events on the pro
gramme and each was won by a favorite.
2:20 trot, purse. $600 Miss Omar (Bell),
won; Tho Spartan Queen (Thompson),
second: Grey Rex (Hall), third. Best
215 pace, purse $600 Mischief (Barker),
won: Shady Butterfly CReeves). second:
Marshal Noy (Owens), third. Best time.
GOES TO DW n
INDIANAPOLIS, lnd.. OcL 3. The
Indianapolis American Association bnsc
ball club was sold hero late today by
Sol Meyer, owner, to James C. McGIU,
George A. Wahlgrecn and Jack Hon
drlcks of Denver. The purchase price Is
said to be $165,000, tho largest ever paid
for a minor league organization.
The disposal of tho franchise by Meyer
comes after a year of futilo effort to
build up a winning aggregation. lie be
came owner during tho summer of 1912.
and that season and tho one Just ended
the team finished In last place in the
association race. Since 1908, when the
local team won the association pennant,
baseball from an Indianapolis stand
point has been disappointing and attend
ance has been poor.
This city Is said to bo one of tho best
baseball towns in the circuit and with
a team playing fairly well the returns to
tho promoters have been large.
The negotiations that led up to the sale
wore opened In midsummer when McGIII
stopped here on a trip east and made an
offer for the club. At that time, It Is
said, Meyer held out for $175,000.
Tho season Just finished was particu
larly displeasing to the ownor. it gen
erally was conceded that all of tho In
dianapolis players were Individually
among the best In the league. They
could not play togothor, however, and
McGlll for years has been president of
tho Denver team of the Western league
and he and his associates expect to bo
gin work at onco toward building up the
In tho sale of the Indianapolis club,
Mover also Included his holdings in the
Springfiold (O.) Central league team.
Springfield haa been used as a farm by
the local magnate.
CHEMIST TO SETTLE
DUCK DISEASE POINT
Herman Harms, state chemist, will
probably bo called upon to decide a ques
tion In regard to sickness of ducks that
la troubling the state dairy and food
department and Incidentally tho state
fish and game department. While- Mr.
Harms is not a duck doctor, he will
probably bo able to say, after making a
chemical test of water from which the
ducks on the shores of tho Great Suit
lake got their food, whether the duck
malady Is a germ dlseato or a poison.
That Is the momentous question. Both
Willard Hansen, stutu rood commissioner,
and Fred W. Chambers, .stnte fish and
gamo commissioner, agree that, tho ducks
arc sick although the latter says they
arc not as sick as Hansen thinks they
are but they dispute as to what causes
the sickness. Hansen says he has hunted
ducks on the lake shores, mado a thor
ough Investigation of their focdlng
grounds, and thinks that the malady
which Is affecting tho birds Is a germ
disease caused by stagnant water. On
the other hnnd, .Chambers says he Is
positive that the ducks are not suffer
ing from a germ disease. Me says If this
were so the ducks would becomo thin
before dvlng, wheroas most of the dead
ducks are fat when found. Hansen says
he thinks tho disease J n form of cholera.
Whiln the stnte officials are eagerly
awaiting tho result of the proposed test
bv the state chemist, so that one of them
can sav. "I told you so," It Is probable
that an order will b0 Issued forbidding the
sale of ducks and the marshes on ths
lake shores where stagnant water Is said
to contribute to tho disease may be
drained and tho sun allowed to dry up
the poisonous swamps.
A. T. Moon, president of the Now
Moon Gun dub. declares that thero Is no
disease union: he ducks that Inhabit tho
premises of his club. "We have fresh
water," ho said, "and there has not
been a single caso of duck disease on
Tho New Moon's presorvoh arc sltuatod
southwest of the City.
American Beats Bohemian,
NEW YORK, Oct. 3. Frank Marshall.
United States choss champion, beat the
Bohemian champion, O. Durns. In the
third game of the series of fivo at the
Manhattan ChcEs club today. The ?core
to date Is: Marshall, 3, Dura3 0.
f died ;
SMITH At S2 West First North street. 8 1
October , 1913, Sarah Smith, wife of I
Joseph 11. Smith and daughter of Mr. nnd H 1
Mrs. Archibald .McKlnnon of Randolph. j
Utah, born November 10. 1SS4. in Ran- ,
dolph. Utah. Funeral services Sunday at ; I
12:30 n. in., from tho Seventeenth ward 1
chapel. Friends arc Invited to attend, I j
and cun call at the family residence on
day of funeral from 10 to 11:-S5 a. m. 1
Interment In City cemetery. 1
D12MOS In thin city. October 3, 1913, 9
George Demos, aged 73 years, at the B
family residence. 462 East Fourth South M
street. Remains at the parlors of Eber
W. HalL Funeral notice later. m
MANTIS In this elty. October 2. 1913. 9
Gun Mantle, a native of Greece, aged
42 years. Body at O'Donnell's under- 9
taking parlors. Notice of funeral later.
SMITH The funeral services for James flj J It
W. Smith, aged GS years, father of Mrs. il III
A. J. Gorham. who died suddenly at Ely, ft III
New, on October 1. 1913. will be held at 3 II
the residence, 715 Second avenue, at 3:30 II jlj
p. m. today (Saturday), October 4. The S 111
I services at the residence will bo public. Ll l
! Interment will be strictly private at f jlj'
Mount Olivet cemetery. 11 jji
JUMP The funeral services for Cyrus alllf
Robert Jump, who died at the family WltW
residence. 1020 Harvard avenue. Septern- Ml If
ber 30, In his sixty-sixth year, will be Jilll
held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at f jit
tho late residence. Interment In Mount m III
Olivet cemetery. If 11
EBER W. HALL. UNDERTAKER AND W
embalmer, 164 So. West Temple. Phone ! '
BOB. dJ m
S. D. EVANS. UNDERTAKER, EM- Jl
balmer. Mortuary chapel 43 S. State. 'm II
Automobile oervlca if desired without M
additional expense. Wasatch 364. b21o W II
E. G. O'DONNELL. UNDERTAKER 9 j j
and embalmer, has moved to now loca- 'M jl '
tlon, 225-227 South West Tomplo streeL M ll
Realty bldg. Phono 580. Q3J39 jW
E. A. LAMBOURNE FLORAL CO., NO. 3 '1
S. Main, with Wlllcs-Horno Drug Co., '1 J
leading llorlsts on funeral designs. Was. -I I
374 and Was. 291. f2593 ill.
ALL KINDS CUT FLOWERS FRESH
from greenhouse. Porter-Walton Co., nil
274 Stnte. m3781 ;
HUD DART FLORAL CO.. 6: SO. MAIN jnj
tt. Phone 106. Cut flowers and fu- Bjljl
ncral designs. nl633 A jjjl
THE LEADING FLORIST. W. W. KING, ill
214 E. 2nd So. Phone 37. r2i ' 3)1 If
LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM, R. j B
McKenzlo. Display yards. 442 S. State. BjJJ '
LOST SMALL FOLDED PAPER CON- Bill
talnlng thin Imperfect red stono. Please ilH
return to 539 Atlas block or phone Wa- iBjll
satch 1789-W. Reward. gl5j ijfl
LOST A LEVEL TRIPOD ON 9TH SO. j 11
botween Main and 15th East. Return .fill
to S10 South 2nd WcsL Wasatch 6689-W. jlill
Reward. g!47 J Hljj
LOST BLACK AND WHITE FOX TER- fflljl-
rler with red dye on hind quarters. Ro- , Bill
turn to Amorlcan Express. Reward, gill 11 II
LOST A BRINDLE COW: VERY FAT: III
branded HB on left hip. Phone any lnfor- i Kf Jf
rnatlon to W-9C3, Tribune. Reward, gllo
LOST GOLD RIMMED GLASSES IN till
case. Monday afternoon, fair grounds. j Mil
Return to 770 West North Temple. Re- ilf
ward. g268 j Bji
LOST ONE TURQUOISE BROOCH. NO j
value except as heirloom. Reward for Uj II
rotum Tribune office. g270 JBj l
LOST SUIT CASE, TWO SUITS 4fl:jj 1
clothes. Return 121 W. 5th South. Lib- M
eral reward. ellO iB jj 1
LOST LADY'S BLACK COIN PURSE, il j
containing S2.05, also solid gold watch jwljll
nnd neck chain. Return to CO So. Main lljjjj It
st. Reward. S3C0 'Mil I
LOST BROWN LEATHER BILL FOLD, M II
containing money and R. R. passes. 4 Sit ll
Call Wasatch 25S2-r. g357
LOST ROLL OF FILMS. CALL WA- Wttl
aatch 511 1-R. Reward. g350 jfUj f
LOST SMALL BLACK AND TAN DOG ' (J 1
near Rio Grande shop, morning of the 4
23rd. Return 961 West 3rd South. Ro; jlyll j
ward. R377 lit if
LOST LADY'S GOLD WATCH AND Bill
fob: O. N. A. and M. B. ongraved on JJJ 1
fob. Return Walker Bros, silk dcpL Re- nPJfilj
ward. S37I (jJ
MASSAGE I j
cXlTTon''madam1s Sfi l'l I
new apartment. Warm Springs. Was. afl U I
5364-W. n2177 1 Ij
MASSAGE, VAPOR BATHS,' MAN1CUR- (j j I
Ing, facial and scalp treatments; ox- iMM
pert operators. Room 20. Galena block. Jj ll II
Second South and State. fl73 Ifllli l
MISS BAILEY HAS REMOVED HER 3 ll I
massage parlor from 326 So. Main to all H II
43 E-ist Broadway. r3568 jj H f
ELECTRIC MASSAGE AND VAPOR M If j
baths, manicuring, etc.; treatment by Mn
special appointments. Was. 6443. 12ii UlljMIJ
So. Main. "611 dMM
MARGARET ALLEN. VAPOR BATHS Hlfl
and massage. Room 2, 326 So. ttwljli
electrical treatment: also hairs removed. ; jf l j
Martin Institute, 223 Brooks Arcade. Was. fl 111
6003. f3790 j Hill
the reason we cun sell goods cheap; 111 1
cash or credit; wo have new goods; alBo f :J
a lot of second-hand heaters, ranges, )j Jjlu '
dressers, beds, almost as good as new, H'f
at half price. Michigan Furniture Co.. 3 14
430 State. W. 5145. f3140
JOHN JONES. AUCTIONEER AND j Su
valuer; commission business: S years mm
with K. A. Andrews. Residence, 1230 j ni'JI
Strlnghnm avc. Phono Hyland 1611. f273S jJJ
WE nUY AND SELL SECOND-HAND I(lrf
household goods. O. K. Furnlturo Co.. mm
209 So. West Temple. r2SZ Wt
C. E. OSTERLOH. AUCTIONEER; RES- Mil
Idence. C24 So. Main. Wasatch 2S24-W. j HjU
GROCERY SPECIALS Ijj
3 DOZ. FRESH EGGS I .53 j!Cj
Coleman's mustard, lb 4o Ijff lj
Van Houtcn's cocoa, lb .4a mil
S Ibe. sweet potatoes .2o iififf1
Hllls's 10c coffee 30 JflCi (
Large slzo can pineapple 1 HK
Concord gnipes. basket .25 .Hf
17 lbs. sumir, $1: 11 lbs. sugar 2.) M
2 lbs. good creamery butter 65 3fJ
nuur, suck , - 1.00 JOS
lb. creamery butter nnd 1 lb. good am if
cocoa and 1 lb. baking powder... .62 ml
3 cans peas or corn 25 111 jl
1 lot ladles' 52.50 shoes 1.33 A
1 lot men's 52 sweaters 1.00 3E Jr
I lot mlfsos' J2.50 sweaters 1.33 Jm ft
CHICAGO STORE. ,j j
111-16 West 1st South. g39S f '
A. F. HOPPER, GROCERIES AND sI'IT
meats. Was. 97 or 96. 870 Main. c79 & Ij,
TRIBUNE WANT ADS PULL