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H 12 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING-, MARCH 5, 1910.
I NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. Kovor Gold Mining company. Princi pal placs ot business, room C1D Dooly block. Salt La Icq City. Utah. Notlco In hereby given that at a moot ing of the directors hold on the 2nd dny ot February, A. D. 1910, an assessment of four (-1) mills per share being assess ment No. 1, was levied on tho capital stock of tho corporation jmyabln Imme diately to Gcorgo W. 3D. Doraey. secre tary of tho company, at his office, 515 Dooly block. Salt Lako City, Utah. Any stock upon which this assessment may remain unpaid on Wednesday. March 3. 1510, will be dellnquont and ad vertlecd for snlc at public auction, and unlesB payment Js mado before will be sold on tho 20th day of March, 1010, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, to pay tho delinquent assessment, together with tho cost of advertising and expenses of salo. GEO. W. E. DORSEY, Secretary. M5 Docly Block, Salt Lako City, Utah. First publication February 6, 10J0. o334 I NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS 01' Eagle and Blue Boll Mining Com pany. A special meeting of the stockholders of tho Eagle & Blue Boll Mining com pany will bo hold at the office of tho com pany, room 403 Dooly block. Salt Lake Cllv. Utah, on Saturday, tho 12th day of "March, 1010, at 12 o'clock noon, for tho following purposes: 1. To determine whether the articles of Incorporation shall be amended co as to Increase the capital stock from 250,000 shares of tho denomination and par value of $1 each to 1,000.000 shares of tho same denomination and par value. Also to determine tho form of said amendment If adopted. 2. To determine whether tho articles of Incorporation shall be amended so as to provldo that meetings of the directors niav he held for the transaction of any business of tho corporation at such places outside of the stato of Utah as the di rectors may by resolution or by-laws provide. Also to determine the form of said amendment if adopted. 3. In the event that the capital stock of the corporation bo Increased by adop tion of the amendment proposed In para graph 1, to determine, for tho purposo of liquidating tho debts and provide meanti for carrying on the business of the corporation, whether tho board of directors shall be authorised to sell and dispose of such increased stock upon such terms and at such prices aa they may deem to bo for the best Interests of the company. GEORGE E. DAVIS. President Salt Lako City. Utah. Fob, 17, 1310. cl7G3 I ESTATE OF FRANCES PERKINS HILLIER, DECEASED. The undersigned wlli sell, at private sale, the following described tract of land, to wit: Beginning seven rods cast of the north west corner of lot 3. In block 16, plat G, of Salt Lako City survey. In the county of Salt Lake, slate of Utah, anr running 1 thence cast three rods, thonco south five rods, thence west three rods, thence north Ave rods to tho place of begin ning, containing fifteen square rods, on or after the Sth day of March, 1010. and written bids will be received for the same at tho law offices of Richards & Boyd, rooms 305-300. in the Eccles building at tho southwest corner of the Intersection of Washington avenue and Twenty fourth street In Ogden City. Utah. Terms of sale, cash. GLEN HILLIER. Solo Administrator. RICHARDS & BOYD. Attorneys for Administrator. Dated at Ogden. Utah. Feb. 24, 1010. c2723 I NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Tho undersigned board of school trus tees of Green River school district. Green River, Emery county, Utah, will rccelvo bids up to 6 o'clock p. ni., March 8, 1010. for tho erection of an eight-room school building and gymnasium. Plans, specifications and Instructions to bidders can be found at tho offlco of E. J. Cook. Green River. Utah, also at tho office of Wa-tlclns & Birch, architects. Dooly building, Salt Lako City, Utah. Each bid must bo accompanied with a certified check of fi per cent thereof as a guarantee that the accepted bidder will enter Into contract and give an approved bond within one week after said work is awarded, otherwise tho amount to bo for feited to said district Tho .board will meet at their offlco at the above stated time and dalo and pub licly open and read said bids. Tho board reserves tho right to reject any and all bids. By order of said board. GEO. E. THURMAN. . E. .7. COOK. E. E. ADAMS. " Dated at Green River, February 14. 1910. 0I6OO I DELINQUENT NOTICE. Lower Mammoth Mining Company, lo cation of principal placo of business. Jloom 510 Dooly building. Salt Lako City, Utah. I Notice There are delinquent upon tho following described stock, on account of assessment levied on the Sth day of January, 1010, the several amounts set opposite tho names of tho respective shareholders, , as follows: Cert No. of Name. No. Shares Ami Miss Gertrude M. Brown. 1030 100 $ 5.00 Mrs. Gil F. Kennedy ...... 2 120 100 5.00 Mrs. Gil F. Kennedy 2121 100 5.00 1 f. G. Kington 6040 35 1.75 Julius Davidson 4057 46 2.30 v S. McCornlck 4623 27 1.35 W S. McCornlck 4024 20 1,30 W. S. McCornlck 4C25 27 1.35 W. S. McCornlck 4626 27 1.35 S. V. Kemper 4'il 104 0.70 S. V. Kemper 4755 133 0.65 Mrs. Mary Kllllngsworth.1776 50 2.50 Mabel Fox 4S31 242 12.10 Mrs. Julia Edwards 4S3C 44S 22,40 S. V Kemper 4S40 ISO 0.30 "V. C. Buck - 5017 EOS 44.00' i J IT R. Franklin 5223 300 15.00 I E. M. West 5518 27 1.35 Sheets, Nell Co 5558 100 5.00 T-". V. Krauscncck 53S3 100 5.00 I Child. Cole & Co 5028 500 25.00 Martin Gorman 5008 500 25.00 Martin Gorman 0105 100 5.00 Hyruni llayhold 0264 1.000 50.00 Hyrum Hayball G404 .".00 25.00 F. R. Davis 0500 100 5.00 Ilyruin Hayball C5S7 500 25.00 F. W. Krauseneck 0626 200 10.00 If. E. Peterson 6714 1,000 50.00 W. B. Lak2 0737 156 7. SO r. A. Moberg C730 225 11.25 C. A. White 0706 1.000 50.00 W. M. Havcnor 5101 100 5 00 And In accordance with law and an order of the Board of Dli-ce.lora made on the Sth day of January. 1010, so many f-hares of each parcel of such slock as niny bo necessary will bo sold at the of fice of the comnany. 516 Doolv block. Salt Lake City. Utah, on tho 9th day of March, 1910, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day. to pay delinquent assessments thereon, together with the coat of ad vertising and expense of sale. A. REEVES. Secretary 510 Dooly block. Salt Lake City. Utah. First publication. February 22, 1010. I DIVIDEND NOTICE. Semi-annual dividend No 1 of 33 per cent on the outstanding preferred capital stock of this company. Is pavablo on Tuesday, March S. 1910. to all stock holders of record on that dale. Transfer books close Saturdav. March 5, to bo re-opened Wednesday, March 0. ' By order Board of Directors. THE GALIGHER MACHINERY" CO. A. J. LOWE, Sect'y. rl Salt Lake City. Utah, March, 1. 1910. flo NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT, Malvern Gold Mining Company. Prin cipal placo of business, room 515 Dooly block. Salt Lake City. Utah. Notice Is heroby given that at a incct ing of the directors held on the 2Rth day of February, A.. D. 1910. an assessment of one mill per share, being assessment No. 1. was levied on the capital stock of the corporation, payable Immediately '. to Gcorgo W. E. Dorsey, secretary of the company, at his office, 515 Dooly block, Salt Lako City. Utah, i Any slock upon which this assessment j may remain unpaid on Saturdav, April . 9. 1910. wilt 'be delinquent and adver- H tiscd for sale at public auction, and un- less payment Is mado before, will be sold on tho 2Sth day .of April, 1910, at 11 d'clock a. m. of said day. to pay the de Kuqucnt assessment, together with tho coat of advertising and expenses of sale. GEO. W. E. DORSE V. H Score tarv. "H 515 Dooly Work. Fall. Lake Cltv. Utah. FIrat publication March 1, 1910. fll H DELINQUENT NOTICE. YANKEE CONSOLIDATED MINING COM PANT. Principal oll'lcc and place of business, S07 Nownouso building, bait Lake City. Utah. NOTICE Thero aro delinquent upon tho following described stock on account of assessment levied the 25th day oi jRinmrv, 1910, the several amounts sot opposite the names of tho respective stockholders as follows: Amount Name. Cert. Shares. Due. Dr. J. H. Bean 921 200 O.00 E. J. Benson A-59 30 .90 Walter F. Arms A-Ol .15 3.0u J. O. Keener 1S3 100 -.00 Blanche D. 11. Nettlc- lon 101 100 3.00 Blanche D. B. Nettle ton - 192 300 9.00 Blanche D. B- Notlio- , , A. ton J03 400 12.00 T. II. Murray 221 200 ij-00 C. C. Hindman 22S 200 ij.00 L. M. Trnxoll 230 300 .9.00 Mrs. C. Frey 200 . .100 3.00 Frank .Harris 415 100 3. 00 Frank Harris 410 100 3.00 Frank Harris 117 100 3.00 Frank Harris 41S 100 3.00 Frank Harris 419 100 3.00 Frank Harris 420 100 3.00 Frank Harris 121 100 3.00 Frank Harris 422 100 3.00 Frank Han Is 423 10U J.00 Frank Harris 421 100 .'-00 Frank Harris 425 100 3.00 Frank Harris 420 100 3.00 Jay T. Harris 450 100 3.00 Richardson, Hill & Co., S01 100 3.00 E. D. Van T;issl S62 5000 100.00 Annette R. Jewell S72 33 .90 r Trlj. . tr.? mn M 111) Richardson, Hill ,fc Co. 906 100 3.00 Richardson. Hill k Co. 907 100 3.00 Richardson, Hill & Co. 90S 100 3.00 Richardson. Hill & Co. 909 100 3.00 Richardson. Hill .o Co. 010 100 3.00 Richardson. Hill & Co. 911 100 3.00 Richardson. Hill & Co. 913 mO 3.00 Richardson. Hill & Co. 913 100 3.00 Richardson, Hill & Co. 914 100 3.00 Richardson, Hill & Co. 915 100 3.00 Richardson, Hill & Co. 910 100 3.00 Richardson, Hill & Co. 917 100 3.00 Richardson, Hill & Co. 9IS 100 3.00 Richardson, Hill Co. 919 100 3.00 Richardson, Hill U Co. 920 RiO 3.00 Richardson, Hill & Co. 921 1U0 3.00 Rlchnrdson, Hill & Co. 922 100 3.00 Richardson, Hill & Co. 921 100 3.00 Richardson. Hill & Co. 925 100 3.00 Richardson. Hill & Co. 920 100 3.00 Charles E. Kimball... 954 100 3.00. S. F. Christiansen 9S0 50 1.50 Olo Larson 007 50 1.50 C. C. Hindman 1002 50 1.50 W. P. Book 1000 1000 30.00 E. .1. Lambson H0S 100 3.00 J. B. Gould 1301 100 3.00 Mrs. W. C. Arnold 1323 500 15.00 W. F. Mauldln 1414 500 15.00 Jennlo E. Robinson. . .1524 500 15.00 Arthur A. Brown... A-1100 25 .75 Ilonry T. Ronnlek. . . A-1531 1000 30.00 Henry T. Ronnlek.. .A-1557 1000 30.00 Henry T. Rcnnlok A-1559 1000 30.00 Henry T. Ronnlek. . .A-1500 1000 30 00 Henry T. Rennlck. . .A-J 50 1 1000 30 00 Henry T. Rennlck .. .A-1502 1000 30.00 Henry T. Rcnnlck.. .A-1503 1000 30.00 Henry T. Rennlck. . .A-1505 1000 30.00 Henry T. Rennlck. . .A-1500 500 15.00 Henry T. Rennlck. ..A-1507 500 15.00 Honry T Rcnnlck. . .A-156S 500 15.00 Henry T. Rcnnlck. . .A-1500 500 15.00 Henry T. Rennlck. . .A-1570 500 15.00 Henry T. Rennlck. . .A-1572 500 15.00 Henry T. Rennlck. . .A-1573 500 15.00 Henry T. Rennlck. . .A-157 1 200 0.00 r iv lin.-tln.. A.ic.r: inn ". nn C. W. Hartley A-15SC 100 3.00 Blanche D. Ncttlcton ..A-1591 400 12.00 J. C. Keener A-1652 500 15.00 J. C. Keener A-1G53 500 15.00 Mrs. W. C. Arnold.. A-1077 400 12.00 William White A-1705 300 9.00 T. L. Brown A-1S13 1200 30.00 Trustee Utah Sav ings & Trust Co:.A-I927 400 12.00 C. J. llahn A-1017 500 15.00 Mrs. C J. Hahn A-10IS 500 15.00 A. H. Wcatherbce..A-1053 1500 45.00 Joseph II. Qulnn A-1907 50 1.50 Mrs. M. A. Tcrlume.A-1072 300 9.00 C. J. Geary A-19S0 COO IS. 00 Mrs, DoW. B. Lowe.A-2031 50 1.50 F, E. MrGurrln A-203S 500 15.00 Joseph Brocklcbank.A-2070 500 15.00 II. S. Joseph A-20S1 100 3.00 L. B. McCornlck A-20SS 200 0.00 Chas. E. Kimball... A-2103 S00 9.00 W. F. Maudlin .A-2104 500 15.00 A. C. Ong A-2106 1500 45.00 Edgar C. Ross A-211U 500 15.00 C. H. Walker A-2203 100 3.00 N. Kaumanns A-2205 300 9.00 Milton Altpctcr A-2205 200 COO A. J. Rushing -2272 100 3.00 W. M. Havchor A-22S7 100 3.00 Nellie C. Johnson.. .A-2296 1000 30.no S. S. Mitts A-230S 1000 30.00 A. N. Holdaway A-2330 400 12.00 M. D. Joseph A-2315 100 3.00 Fred T. Noycs V-2.T71 500 15.00 W. S. Pvlo A-2372 300 0.00 W. M. Havcnor A -2409 12 .30 George T. Badger.. .A-241 1 100 3.00 C. E. Allen A-2I3S 200 0.00 J. L. Hamilton A-2502 100 ' 3.1)0 E. Storcr A-2515 300 0.00 E. Storer A-2510 200 0.00 A. N. Avcson A-2534 200 0.00 W. S. Romncy A-2559 200 O.OI) F. R. Snow Sc. CO...A-2573 500 15.00 W. M. Havcnor ...A-2605 100 3.00 W. M. Havcnor ...A-2011 100 3.00 Lucretla A.- M!lc3. . A-2615 250 7.50 Lucretla A, Mile's. .A-261S 250 7.50 Lucretla A. Mlics. . A-2619 250 7.50 Shccts-Nocl Co. ...A-2021 100 3.00 Child. Cole & CO...A-2G34 200 0.00 Nathan Rockhlll ..A-2644 1000 30.00 Jas. A. Pollock & Co A-2600 100 3.00 Shcels-Nccl Co A-2G99 100 3.00 Badger Bros A-2701 500 15.00 W. B. Andrews ...A-2714 100 3.00 Chas. E. Kimball... A-2719 200 0.00 A. Jj. Larson B-4 100 3.00 Utah Savings & Trust Co B-22 200 0.00 C. If. Dowse B-30 100 3.00 Chas. E. Kimball.. B-40 200 0.00 Badger Bros B-52 1000 30. 00 Child. Cole & Co B-50 500 15.00 Louis Sockcl3 B-01 300 9.00 .NL Davis B-72 100 3.00 J. F. O'Ncil B-7S 200 0.00 J. M. Macfnrland... B-70 200 0.00 Mav Stansbury .... B-Sl 500 15.00 R. Gulvor B-R2 500 15.00 II. H. Horner B-S4 500 15.00 H. J4. Colo B-102 500 15.00 H. B. Cole B-104 500 15.00 H. B. Colo B-105 500 15.1)0 H. B. Cole B-100 500 15.00 II. B. Cole 13-114 22 .06 Fanny C. Sinclair.. B-11S 20 .00 Marjorlo T. SlnclalrB-119 20 .00 Archie C. Sinclair. .B-12I 20 .00" Tidilh S. Martin ... B-122 20 .60 Fanny C. Sinclair. guardian B-123 20 .00 Thorn Smith 13-130 100 3.00 John Spoonley B-133 1000 30.00 P. L. Smlthers B-130 1000 20.00 In accordance with (he law and by or der of tho board of directors, January 25. 1910. so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary will be sold at the ofDuo of the company. S07 Ncwhouso building. Salt Lake City, Utah on tho 21st of March. 1010. at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day to pay delinquent as sessments thereon, together with the costs of advertising and expenses of sale- A. E. CANFIIvLD. Secretary Ynnkce Consolidated Minimr Co. f-S7 NOTICE OF TOWN LOT SALE. Department of the Interior. Iand Office at TIalley, Idaho. Fcbrunry 11, 1910. Notice is hereby given that on the Sth day of April. 1010. at Rupert. Idaho, bo ginning at 10 a. in. of that day and con tinuing thereafter from day to day (Sun days excepted as long an may be necessary- we will offer for salo at public out crv to the highest bidder for cash at not less than the appraised value thereof, all lots In blocks 1 to 7, Inclusive; 12 to 16, incluah'c: 23. 20. 32. 40. 43. 50 to 54. iif culslve; 00, 03 to 00. Inclusive: 03 to 70. Inclusive, and 82 to 00, Inclusive- and all lots In the east half of blocks 11 and 18 and the south half of blocks 50 o 50. In clusive. In the townsitc of Rupert, Idaho, as delineated and designated on the pint of said townsitc. approved Dccombcr 7, 1905, and amended by suplcmental plat! approved September 2. 1900. The purchase price must he paid In cash to the receiver before tho closo of his office on the day tho bid is accepted. C. II. Paul, engineer of the reclamation service, will superintend tho aale of said lot. All 'parlies, are warned under the penalty named In section 2373. U. S. Rev. Stats., against any combination or ac tion tending to hinder or embarrass the sale of said lots or to prevent free, com petition between bidders. PRESLEY F. HORNE. R-glstcr. FRED C. BRADLEV, Receiver cl7C0 DIED. Jl'o?A7?NATcattle, Wash.. February 23. 1010. of carcinoma of sloinsioh. James Mcftami. In IiIk seventy-first, year, a mi live of Ireland. 'J'ho funeral service.! will be held Sunday. March 0. at 12 noon, in the funeral chapel of Joseph William Taylor. 21 South West Temple street, this city, under tho auspices or Order of Railway Conductors and Ladles Aux iliary. Friends are Invited in attend. Interment :il ML Olivet cemetery. O'BRHiN Funeml 'iservlc.cn over tho hodv of Rllon O'Brien, who died al Blnghniu Canyon. March 3. 1910. will he held In O'Donnell & Co.'s chapel today. Saturday, at 1 p. in. Interment at Mount Calvary. ANDERSON Funeral services over the body of John Anderson, who died .March 3, 1910, will be held in O'Donnell & Co.'h ehapel .Sunday at 1 p. m. In to rmeiiialtlicfUyieiu FJJNERAL DlPIjOBg....... EBER W. HALL. UNDERTAKER ANT embatmer, 104 S. West Temple. Phone 1019. v493 BRLLVATJTjTS ROYAL CEMENT BU1UAL VAULT PUT In on four hours' notice. Ind. 3257, Boll 3340. C2037 ---.-.-.-?-?-?-- -F-Il-QyB.?l. THE LEADING FLORIST. W. W. KING. 211 15. 2nd So. Both phones 37. b297 THE FLOW BR SHOP. CUT FLOWERS and designs. Under Nat'l Bank of Rgp. MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. R. MeKonzlc. Display yards. 423 So. State. TArL LA TURIN & WARREN. 433 JUDGE bldg. "It's the iMit of their clothes." Bell 155-Q: 1ml. 5031. f36 I TYPEWJIITING FULL COURSE. PIANO TOUCH. 25 cards, by MAIL, 55; prlvato lessons daily; prolloicney guaranteed. "Sevon" Inst.; 35 Mcrcantllo block. c211 ASSESSMENT NO. 2. Smuggler Mining company. Principal place of business. Salt Lake City. Utah. Location of mlnc3. American Fork can yon. Notice Is hereby given that at . meet ing of the board of directors of the Smug gler Mining company, held on the 7th day of February, 1910, assessment No. 2 of ono-fourth CI) cent per share was levied upon tho capital stock of the corporation, Issued and outstanding, payablo Immedi ately to tho secretary at his office, 043 South Twelfth East street. Salt Lake City, Utah. Any stock upon which thin assessment may remain unpaid on tho 30th day of March. 1910. will bo delinquent and ad vertised for salo at public auction, and unless payment Is mado before will bo sold on tho 30th day of April. 1910. at S o'clock p. m., at the secretary's office, to pay tho delinquent assessment thereon, together with the costs of advertising and expense of sale. GEO. T. ENSIGN. Socrclary. ' First publication. Feb. 17. 1910. cl768 NOTICE OF SPECIAL TAX. Notice Is hereby given that a special tax for the purpose of extending the sewer has been levied and conllrmcd by ordinances of tho City Council, approved February S, 1910, and March 1, 1910, re spectively. Said special tax is levied upon the fol lowing described real property In Salt Lako City, to wit: In lota 1. 5. 6. 7 and S. block 74; 5, 0, 7 and S. block 75, plat C; 5 and 0, block 117; 1, 2, 3 and 4, block HS. plat A; 1 and 2. block S4, plat C; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 8. block 100. plat A; 1, 0, 7 and S, block 72; and 1 and 8, block 71. plat C. Salt Lake City survey, abut ting on the south side of Third North street bctweon Fourth West and Seventh West strcls: on the north side of Third North street hotween Fourth West and Sixth West streets; on the north sldo of First North street between Fourth West and Fifth West streets; on tho west side of Fourth West street between First North and Second North streets; on both sldcH of Fifth West street bctweon First North and Second North streets; and on the west side of Sixth West street be tween First North and Third North streets, in Sewer Districts Nos. 1 and 2, of Salt Lako City, and Is duo and pay able In live equal annual installments beginning March 1. 1911. Interest at tho rao of six per cent per annum on the whole amount of said tax shall bo com puted from the date of tho approval of tho ordinance confirming the levy of said tax. to wit: March 1. 1910. and Interest at said i-ilo on the whole amount of said lax unpaid shall be due and payable with each installment. If any installment or Interest aforesaid is not paid on the date when same becomes due, then the whole amount of the tax unpaid at the time said installment and Interest aro duo will become duo and payable and will draw interest at the rate of eight per cent per annum until sale of the prop erty assessed. One or more of said ln .stallmcnls in the order In which they arc payable aforesaid, or the whole tax, may he paid without Interest at any time within thirty days after tho approval of the ordinance confirming tho levy of the tax; and ono or more of said Inslall ments In the order In which thoy arc payable, or tho whole tix unpaid, may be paid on the day .my Installment is duo by paying the amount thereof and Interest to said day. All special taxes aro payable at my office, room 102 city and county building. Salt Lako City. Dated at Salt Lake City, Utah, this 1st day of March. 1910. GIDEON SNYDER. City Treasurer and Collector of Special Taxes. Sower Extension No. 225. Third partial estimate. DELINQUENT NOTICE. The Biscuit Mining company, location of principal placo of business. Salt Lake City. Notion There are delinquent upon tho following described stock on account of assessment No, 1, levied on tho 12th day of November, 1909, the several amounts set opposite tho names of the respective shareholders, as follows Biscuit Mining company ...538,333 shares And, In accordance with law and an order of the board of directors, made on tho 12th day of November. 1909. so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary will bo sold at the office of tho company. 528 Atlas block Salt Lake Cily, Utah, on tho Ctli dav of January. 1010, at 12 o'clock noon of "said day, to pay dollnquent assessment there on, together with the cost of advertis ing and expense of sale. M. E. WALKER. Secretary. At a meeting of the board of directum of The Biscuit Mining company, hold at their office. No. 52S Atlas block. Sail Lako City. Utah, on the Gth day of January, 1910. tho sale of delinquent slock was postponed until the 2J;it day of January, 1910. M. 13. WALKER. Secretary. Al a meeting of the board of directors of The Biscuit Mining company, held at their office. No. 52S Atlas block. Salt Lake City. Uiah. on 1 ho 21st day of Jan uary, 1910, Ihc salo of delinquent atock was postponed until Friday, tho Ith day of February. J'jiu. at 10 o'clock n. m. M. E. WALKER. Secretary. Al n. meeting of tho board of directors of Tho Biscuit Mining company, held In the company's offices, 52S-30 Atlas block Salt Lake City, on the 1th day of Febru ary, l'JIO, the salo of delinquent stock was postponed until the ISth day of Feb ruary, 1910. at 10 o'clock a. m. M, E. WALKER, Secretary. At a meeting of the hoard of directors of Tho Biscuit Mining company, held In tho company's offices, 528-30 Atlas block. Salt Lnko City, on the 18th day of Febru ary. 1010. tho salo of delinquent alock. wao postponed until tho 4th day of March, 1910'. at 10 o'clock a. in. ' M. E. WALKER, Hecrelarv. At a meeting of ihc hoard of directors of the Biscuit. Mining Co.. held In the company's offices, 528-30 Atlas block. Salt I.alcc City, on the Ith day of March. 1910. the sale of delinquent Htock wnu postponed until the lllh day of March, 1910, at 10 oVIock a. m, M. E. WALKEU, Pcorclarv. flOJ WANTET GIKLS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. AP PLY HIJ 1 1 P)Iv I NTEN DENT'S OFFICIO. TROY LAUNDRY. 431 SO. GTH 12 A ST STREET. d493 WANTED TOU TO KNOW THAT llenager's Business Collotro Is the best In tho city. Day and night scsslons. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; good wager.; prefer one who has sleep ing quarter; at home- SO Iv. Phono Bell 1067. eOS9 STENOGRAPHER AND OFFICE wo man; address, giving ng experience and salary expected. 11-50, Tribune. e220C GIRL WAITRESS. ONE WHO SPEAKS German, at Yiddish Dining Parlor. 56 West 2nd So. Mrs. R. Llascr. Prop. c2754 NEAT YOUNG NURSEGIRL. MRS. Curtis. 128 I st. f91 EXPERIENCED COLLAR. AND CUFF sturdier and finisher. Apply In person at once. Sanitary Laundry, 30 So. W. T. f24 GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK. 310 SO. 3RD ISast. Flat L. f233 2 GIRLS TO STRAIGHTEN HAIR COMB lngs; experience not neeessary. Sasse'p Uali College. IMS So- Main. f23j lIOi'iJIJTON. MIFFLIN COM PAN 1", Boston, western braii.-h I23"i 10th si.. Denver, require a few Intelligent women to soil "The Children's Hour." tho most popular book published. For appointment with tho western manager, address Ar- thur H. rihi.li. Wilson hotel. M05 GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 679 East 2nd South. f!02 YOUNG GIRL OR MIDDLE-AGED WO man. to wash dishes. 332 15. 2nd So. flOG WOMAN. SlN'GLIC, AGED 27 OR OVI5R. for bookkeeping, general office work and collections. 33S Allan block. f2S0 WANTED A GOOD GIRL AT 541 W. 2d So. 300 EXPERIENCED AND LEARNERS ON whv hat. frames. European Hat Frame Co., 223 W. 1st South. f3CH WOMEN. OLD OR YOUNG, WHO CAN sew; good wages. Apply Immediately. Brown School of Dressmaking. Bell Tele phone Bldg. Ind. phono 2503-A, Bell phono 703. 313 WANT ED COM PETENT GIRL FOR general housework. 19 So. 9th East. f319 GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 53 So. 5th Ens I. T3S3 ONE WAITRESS. IDAHO. 530; TWO lunch-counter girls, $25; free pass. Stroek's Employment Agency, 1 East 2nd so. st. reon WANTED APPRENTICE GIRLS TO learn lialrdrcsslng, etc., at 212 So. Main, room 11. f397 WANTED MANGLE GIRLS AND LADY clothes Ironers. Model linndry, State st. and Orphcum ave. f398 W A NTED EX PER I ENCED MANICURE at Wilson hotel, barber shop. MPS WANTED COMPETENT COOK TO GO lo Ihe country: reference required. Bell phone Murray-210. f 100 MIDDLE AGED LADY HOUSEKEEPER, one who can cook; Ind phono 1517. f380 WANTED HELP MALE M. J! DIXON EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. skilled and unskilled laborers furnished. 40 East 1st South, cor. Commercial. Bell phono 3388; Ind. 023. P43 CARRIERS WITH HORSE, ON TRIB une. Apply to Circulation Manager. c910 STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Hotel, restaurant and household help. Headquarters for laborers. I E. 2nd South. Phones 404. c743 VISIT HENAGER'S BUSINESS COL lcgo before you decide to enter else where. Got ihe best. 49 So. Main st. Both phones. d2919 GOVERNMENT FARMERS WANTED Examination, April 13. Splendid salary. Free living quarters. Let us prepare you. Write today. Oztr.cnt, Dept. 522, St. Louis. c395 TWO OR THREE GOOD NEWSPAPER solicitors. Apply circulation dept.. Evening Telegram. . ell23 WA NTED IMM ED I ATE I A", a" FIRST class candy maker: none others need Jipply, must come well recommended; permanent work. Address Tho Brady Candy Co.. Boise. Ida. c27Q4 THREE OR FOUR EXPERIENCED IN scrtors for Saturday nights. Apply Tribune mailing room after 10 p. m. fl 19 EXPERIENCED MAN, REPAIRING, pressing and cleaning. Apply 350 W. South Temple. f221 HOUGHTON. MIFFLIN COMPANY. Boston, western branch 1230 10th st, Denver, will employ a few good sales men on their high-grade publications. Including "The Children's Hour," for Salt Lake and surrounding terrltorv. For appointment week of March 0. ad dress Arthur II. Clinch, Wilson hotel. fl04 WANTED. ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTS inan. R. Klcttlng, architect, 49 South Main st f31 1 THE RELIABLE HOTEL EXCHANGE: C. U. Moebcsi. prop.; headquarters for first-class hotel, restaurant, club and private family employes. Ind. 1013. Bell 1030. Room 210 Commercial Club bldg. f31S WANTED COMPETENT BOOK koeper and office assistant; state salary expected, ago and experience. Ad drcss K-43, Tribune, i"320 BARBER WANTED AT S3 EAST 2ND South. f.'!S0 WANTED A GOOD MAN TO WORK on farm. Apply 57 East Third South. R. Stenzel Fur Co. f3S7 FIRST-CLASS BARBER AT 101 HO. Main. f39;; A FIRST-CLASS . BUSH ELM AN AT once. Monarch Cleaning & Tailoring Co.. 23S So. State st f3p i OFFICE BOY. APPLY TRIBUNE BUSI ucss office. f IQI j TWO GOOD SOLICITORS WANTED; advance paid each week; large commis sions paid. Apply rooms 122-123 Atlas bldg. f40u FIRST CLASS DELIVERY BOY WITH wheel: good wages. Schranun-Johnxon Drugs; No. SO W. 2nd So. f372 JAP BOV FOR GENERAL HOUSE work. wages $30; 1001 K. So. Temple. f37I HUSTLING YOUNG CLERK FOR Mix ing lamp; give telephone number; :ul- dross K-51. Tribune. f;;7tj EXPERIENCED REAL ESTATE SALES man, good opening; Capital R. E. Tnv. Co. f300 PUBLIC STENOGRAPHERS GLADYS SCIIURTH. 307 J MjOliTuLDc!. expert in olTice dictation; satisfaction guaranteed. Bell 1711. f:;C3 PAINTERS TO FIGURE ON TEX CTTAGES will furnish; call 530 E. 3rd South. Can start to work Tuesday. 8. r;;77 DRESSMAKING " SEWING BY THE DAY BY EXPERI enccd dressmaker. Bell Ex. 53, Ind 4160. tv, . . GARDENING LAWNS PLANTED: 20 YEARS' Ex perience. Emll Hunscn. Bell phono Forest 1 l-K. n-jn TUNING JOHN A. LECHLEITER, TUNER AND repairer of pianos and organs. Bell Wji-Z. w3256 WANTED X. HENRY JACOBS, 201 McCORNICK bldg.. deals lit real esiato exclusively. c212l ONE OR TWO MODERN UNFUR nlnhod rooms, light uousonccplng; ga electric light, cluse in; otaie price. 1-1 1 Tribune. -f'- FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS WANT cd; will puy you rirtit-ciuss prices, ll. C. Fisher is Co., 105 So. W. Temple. Bell ol71; Ind. 90 1. "-a WE WILL TRADE YOU CASH If OR YOUR CLAIMS AND ACCOUNT COMMERCIAL COLLECTIONS EVERY WHERE. WHAT HAVE YOU? AtERClAL COLLECTION AGENC1. 414-15-30 D. F. WALKER BLDG. IND. 1J2J; BELL 4745. T. L. BEDFORD, MAN AGER. O5' RING UP IND. 1511 FOR FINE LAUN; dry work and laco curtains. No. i Mortcnscn ct, Gth South between 2nd and 3rd East. 2J0 WANTED A ?3000 HOUSE ON EAST side. George B. Standing, 73 Main st. aliOb ALL KINDS SECOND-HAND CLOTII- Ing, trunks, valises; best prices paid. Commercial st. Reply by postal card. 3771 Bell. t.t YOUR OLD CLOTHING. WILL CALL. Salvation Army. Both phones. l-Ui TO DO YOUR UPHOLSTERING AND mattress remaking. Utah Bedding and Mfg. Co. Both phones 383. h303 HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR GENTS old clothes, otc. Bell phone 5023. J Commercial st. m24i7 WESTERN JUNK CO.. DEALERS IN metal, rubber, etc. 1011 So. Statc, Loll .Main 2310, HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR IRON. brass, ragG, bottles, rubber, copper, otc L'lnh Junk Co., 840 So. 4th West. Phone 229. pl92 WE SOLICIT LISTINGS IN HOUSES TO rent. Wo are having many calls every day that we cannot accommodate Dan Icy & Johnson, 30 Wc3t 3rd South st. Phones 4426. xUoQ E. O. WITZELL. REPAIRER OF ALL kinds of musical instruments. 65 Main st, room S. a" HORSES AND CATTLE. I. N. HINCK Icy. 323 West 1st North. Bell S05-NY. c24S5 HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SECOND hand clothes. Edward Green. Bell 5021. Ind. 3273. d372 TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE, $500 TO 52000. first mortgage. ALSO TO LEASE warehouse; we own tho lot will build to suit tenant Inquire Glesy-Walker Co., both phones 1GC3, 403 Tribuno building. dG71 A LADY OR GENTLEMAN TO OCCUPY a plcusant furnished room, close In. breakfast If desired. Address E-43, Trib une. d3405 WASHING AND IRONING TO DO AT home; 35 cents per dozen; rough dry, 70 cents. Rates on small pieces. Ind. 4303. 413 Vv 2nd North. clOSO WANTED TO HATCH. CHICKENS AND ducks; prices reasonable. 1493 So. 3rd Fast. Ind. 10601. ell27 NIGHT OR EARLY' MORNING WORK. by responsible woman. Address 356 So. W. Temple. ellol CONFINEMENT CASES: CAN BE boarded and lodged, with best of nurs ing. 413 W. 2d N.. Ind. 4393. cl925 FRESH AND FAT COWS. YOUNG AND fat calves and poultry. Saunders. Phono 2374-Y. o2("56 TWO OR THREE FURNISHED ROOMS for wife and daughter for several months; stato full particulars. References exchanged. Q-22. Tribune. e2599 2-RM. COTTAGE. 736 E. 1ST SOUTH. 02591 TO EXCHANGE. 525 EDISON PIIONO graph and 75 records for roll-top desk, rug, or what have you? 1033 2nd ave. Bell 2712-IC o29G0 TO BUY FURNITURE AND HOUSE hold goods at high prices. Bell 1337-K f37 TWO , UNFURNISHED ROOMS CLOSE In for light housekeeping; mod.; state price. Addivss K-30 Tribune. f 15 1 WANTED 2 ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping; 2 beds: cast sldo only: must be modern; state price, location and telephone. Bell Main 5595. f219 TO BUY. FROM 1000 TO 7000 SHARES Consolidated Fuel slock. Slate lowest cash price. K-20. Tribune. f29S WANTED SEVERAL SMALL SUMS of money to loan on good collateral. Address K-53 Tribune. f3I2 WANTED ALL KINDS OF DRESS maklng work. Our work is guaran teed; our prices reasonable. Brown School of Dressmaking. Bell Telephone Bldg. Ind. phone. 2363-A: Bell. 703- f3M GRUBSTAKE BY A NO 1 PROSPECTOR to go lo .larhidge. K-52. Tribuno. f32G EX PER I ENCE D DRESSM A KE R WA NTS to take in work. Josephlno Daniels. Bell phone, 703; Ind. phono, 25G3-A. f403 WANTED TO BUY FROM OWNER 4 or 5-rooni house; will pay same as rent. Address R.. SI7 So. State. f37l WANTED SITUATION LACE CURTAINS LAUNDERED; WORK guaranteed. Mrs. Slalllngs. Bell phono 4057. x2214 STENOGRAPHERS FURNISHED WITH out charge. "The Shorthand Shop," 510 Atlas. Phono 2401. wl03 POSITION AS EXPERIENCED CASH ler; best of references. G-25. Tribune. ol040 WE HAVE RELIABLE G. A. R. BOYS out nf work. If you need good, honest men, nodfy Win. Crome, sccrctarv Lntl lcr block. ' c2GG7 FIRST CLASS LADY STEXOG RA PI I ER and bookkeeper with references. 1-37 Tribune. C2S75 COMPETANT ACCOUNTANT AND general office man desires a position for all or part of lliuo: cltv references. Ad dress P. O. box 1431, Salt Lako City. C2997 JAPANESE SCHOOL BOY WANTS Po sition In private family. K-31 Tribune ri57 TWO BRIGHT YOUNG LADIES. WIT 1 1 best of ref.. sneaking several lan guages, wish positions as governess or housekeeper In refined families. Address T. Bert, M l E. 43rd st. New York Clly. f210 RESPECTABLE. MIDDLE-AGED WOM an want position as housekeeper; cood plain cook: good references. Apply K-00 Tribune. rjj YOUNG MAN WISHES POSITION teaming preferred. Address K-10. Trib une. fOJ- FIRST-CLASS PAINTER AND DECO rator desires work by day or by con tract 327 E. 0th So. YOUNG MAN, 23. WANTS JOB; USED to horses; not afraid of work. Lin coln. 558 South Second East st. Bell ln7--- 297 POSITION AS FOREMAN OX RANCH; understands irrigation, stock raising and general farming. Address K-"'ii, Tribune. po.s -MAN AND WIFE OX RANCH: EX perlciircd. Address K-2.1, Trlbbm fill WOULD LIKE POSITION AS HOUSE keepcr:, a widower with small fanillv preferred K-51. Tribune. t f-g" CARPENTRY AND JOBBING ALL KINDS OF REPAIR WORK DONE Call J. W. MeCunc, Ind. 1043. d2205 FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS SAFEST NEW AND SECOND-11ANO Phonca 115S. ll"U8 WELL ESTABLISHED lrAIRDRESSING tmrlors In ihe heart of tho business dis trict Z-2. Tribune. clJa& A PIANO. NEW; COST 5350; WILL sell for $175 cash, at once. X-50, 1 in; ne. FINE OAK SHELVING: ALSO SEC-ond-haud showcases. W. L. Wcthor bee 15S-160 W. 1st South. P1JU ySCOVlLLE & GUTHRIE. ... Renl Estate and Bur.lnoss Opporfuntjcs. 17 So. Stalo. Ind. 795. Bell 3"l0 WE ARE SELLING SECOND-11 A N D Buick touring cars and, '1Klb.0Uis.,:'t less than two-thirds of lh cost price. Consolidated Wagon and Maenluo 1;. A NUMBER OF USED AUTOMOBILES at 1-3 to 1 original price, all in first class condition; terms If desired. Sh.ir man Automobile Co.. 15 So. State. a-il- 1907 7-PASSENGER TOURING CAR: cost SJ000; sell for S1250; must sell at once. Will guarantoc. 0-29. rlXmn TWO NEW 3-ROOM HOUSES. 122S W. Pacific ave.. 51500 each: S300 down, on . S10 per month. 7 per cent High ground, line cellar, clone to 3 car linen. Inquire Lincoln house. d20.'9 FURNITURE OF 10-ROOM HOUSE. IN qulrc sldo door. 441 So. Main. e39 100.000 ADOBES AND ALL THE LUM ber and building material In the house at No. 432 So. Main at; also furnace. In Kood condition. Apply on the premises. Geo. Ross. e2i4 ONE LINOTYPE MACHINE. NO. 3, IN perfect condition, with one motor and -ne manazlne; $1500; one machine. In per fect order. No. 1, with one magazine and motor, for 5050. II. C Gillespie. Gold field, Nev. e397 STANDARD ROTARY SEWING MA chlnc3. Walter M. Jones, 32 Richard street cl310 SURWEV. PNEUMATIC TIRES; GOOD condition; cheap. G-0. Tribune. eS49 A BARGAIN. The furniture of 12-room house, cheap: income, S7S over rent Call 1967-K Bel' 330 So. 1st West. 01323 A LMOST NEW VICTOR PHONO craph. 30 records, very cheap. Inquire 526 Atlas Block. cl249 A GOOD HCK FOR KALE. CHEAP J. P. Fowler. 57 So. W. Temple. ol453 FOP. ROOMING AND BUSINESS chances, see Curran & Power. 405-40A Bovd Park bldg. ol459 A GENTLEMAN'S FULL-DRESS SUIT for salo: cost $90. will sell for what buttons and linings cost Bell 2SG2Z. elGSi FOR SA LE FURNITURE OF A FOUR ROOM APARTMENT. CLOSE IN. EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS. RENT. $29. IF TAKEN AT ONCE. CAN BE BOUGHT FOR 5350: $75 CASH. BAL ANCE IN FOUR MONTHS. EITHER PHONE 3333. c251C 3-CIIAIR BARBER OUTFIT, CHEAP. S3 East 2nd South street c2S59 FOR PALE HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND bicycle. 77 W. 2nd So. fni HORSES. Fifty head 1100 to 1100-Ib. young horses: each horse guaranteed to be as repre sented. Salt Lake Ilorso and Mule Market. 341-340 W. Sth South. Have just received carload extra good ones. 1200 to 1G0O lbs. They aro worth coming to sec. and would be pleased to show them whether you wish to buy or "Qt- c27l3 BLOCK OF UNION. FORI'. & MCH. Co. stock. Address K-12 Tribune. ; C317S FURNITURE OF 7 ROOMS; HOUSE TO rent Inquire 437 East Ind So. c2057 FURNITURE OF FLAT FOR SALE; steam heat, gas. privilege housekeep ing or office. 2G1 So. Main, room 9. Busi ness Side. c2598 COMMERCIAL APPLE ORCHARD Four years old, planted under an ox pert to Jonathan, Ganos and Wlnesaps. Will care for It 2 years more if you so wish, tnrniiur over a bearing orchard; S100 cash will handle, balance monthly. See Nutting. 312 Judge Bldg. Bell phone 3840. o20Gl ROOMING HOUSE. 30 ROOMS. $1000 ; worth double the money. Rooming house. 19 rooms. $2200. Inquire 72 West Second South, room 5. f23T FINE DELIVERY OUTFIT. HORSE wagon and harness. See it. 35 E. 1st So. f232 LADY'S AND GENTLEMAN'S NON dcscrlptivc ticket t.o San Francisco or Los Angeles. K-5S. Tribune.- f209 THIS MODERN LITTLE ROOMING house, elegant furniture, income from rooms S5S. rent only 335. Look at this and make -an offer. 301 East 1th South. f210 ON ACCOUNT OF LEAVING THE city. I will sell tho balanco of my household furniture at a sacrifice. Must be seen In be appreciated. Consists of now, massive, mission style, fumed oak dining table; imported German rug I0x VI: elegant brass bed with Ostcrmoor mattress, hand-hammered colonial brass dome; fine toned piano, ccdar-llhed chest Nothing over six months old. Call at 006 Scott building. Bell 5595 . f2IS AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE AT BARGAIN. 30-horscpo'wer louring car: standard make; 1910 model. Apply 142 So. 2nd H"t fll'l DON'T SELL YOUR FURNITURE. Have it reupholstorcd made new acaln. Phyne 1299 about It. S. L. Mattress & Mfg. Co. ci063 COMPUTING SCALES. COFFEE MILlZ cash resistor, cheap. Sparks Candy Co.. 223 So. W. Temple. fsi; FOR SALE WASHING MACHINE AND new motor; bargain. Address K-5G. Tribune. f290 BIG RA RGAIN FU RN IT URvi AND lease IS modern rooms. $1500. half cash Xcwcomb. room 107. Tribune bldg. Ind phone 120. cG7J RESTAURANT LEASE AXIS fTx lurcs; Inquire 25 East 1st South. f39 0 NEW ' SINGER SEWING MACHINE, must sell at once; bargain. 030 Po. St'itc. ffll BY OWNER. 'TWO-STORY RUNG A -low, oak lloors and finish, hot-water heat everything modern. Terms, price an'd full particulars, address K-57, Trib " f375 A l-'EW STEEL RANGES AT HALF pricu, slightly used: also a nlcu lino pf heaters; the largest stock of second iiand furniture In the city, und you can buy It on ca.sy payments. IX L Sccond Iland btore. 209 Stato st Both phones. C3059 A 9-ROOM ROOMING HOUSE CHEAP: rent reasonable: good reasons for sell ing. )SRJUh1So. c3047 OSTRICI T FEA'IM I ER NECK-SCARF and two dark-green ostrich feathers; n.,.?,,,1ark"bl'own ws; call after 0 p. in. Wllflcy apt, fiat i:.'. fI37 OR TRADE: YOUNG MARE, 1000 LBS. S..4 W. 3rd South. fl5l KEY FITTING EXPERT LOCK AND SAEREPAirT Ing. Carter's, 325 South W. Temple si. j Ind. 2002. Bell 750-Y. g321 STORAGE AND SHIPPING WE SH I T tTOODS' r 0AN Y'l ART of United States, cut rates. Kimball Van and Storage Co,, 10 W. 1st So. iu2060 POULTRY ANrTpETS ojcas. Black Lanpi,: BJ$M Rods: cock look IlmTrbnRhJ Poultry association price 51.50 lo ?3 ff)r guaranteed; some choice -rP?tB cockerels at rcasonabfe BL crest Poultry Farm, Wm rVi East 17th South. Phono v5 Red. Come and see my always welcome. 1 wM SILVER SPANGLED lUMmS A A.,ty. g CRYSTAL WHITE ORPINES 15 for $2; Rhode Island T?.i3B 910 South Sth East. 3 3 jf SINGLE-COMB RHODE IsiiB cockerels, pullets. ri;,s ftM Incubator lots H. if i?i phono 11531. 305 Paxton avJ BUFF ORPINGTONS, COoifjl 25 laying hens and pullnf. male birds; also hen 'houar iatm bargain. Bell phone 325 1-X. jM CHICKENS ANLj ALlKnl poultry bought and solil Vrfl days. Bell 1097. Ind. losi.' )M TWENTY WHITE WYANDOT lets nnd partridge YyRnS Rhodo Island Red eggs for BetS between 4 and 9 p. m. 630 EH Bell phone 2070. LOST STEEL BEADEDAGI twecu 2nd and 3rd Avo flS St Return o Walkers' batH OLD-FASHIONED BREASTS bar with ruby center -dH value, but cherished as anH ward if returned to K-39 TiH A DROP-EARRING DIaIB twecu postoffice and 3nH Main. Reward. Return to TiH LOST BETWEEN TttFIS ty building and 2nd Sout)H two legal papers bearing tH H. T. Haines. Return to suH office and receive reward, AH IRON GRAY HORSE, 5 T9 1150 lbs. weight. 154 hand8iH 0 with a horizontal bar undjH sho.ulder. Apply McCoy's atfl LOST BUNCH OF KEYS'IN fice. Return to Tribune offlH aTjTeereatjm Suit 219-220. Boston'M Real property law a Bpofl LESLIE J. AKBrJ 900-911 Boston bldg. Bslfl HARRY J. ROBINSON. ATTCM law. 304-5 Judge bldg. and 1000- jjj -SfSS c1usmonX"n7ctu chemists, removed to 22D jfl Temple. UNION ASSAY OFFICE. :TM West Temple- P. O. Bos Ujl BETTLES, MATT II EZ & '"(j Bardwell. manager. 15S SoAfl pie. Both phonos. jja OTOATHYjH DrT"m! McDvTi3LlT3021 building. Bell phones: office denco. 3371-K. DR. ALICE HOUGHTON. iM can tile block (over WalkM Bell phone S61. ring 2. M suveytngJB cTtylotsTT surveyed, grades given, staj cavation. Phones 410. WooUj P. F. Walker bldg., suite 232.il WANTED ALESMl GOOD SALESMAN OR WOMA $200 for printing; can reallz four weeks; only expense, I traveling: fixed territory. Inqu1 cantllo block. i PERSONALS $ '.'ONSULTATION AND ADVII Collections, damage suits, div bate business promptly allonV with dispatch. Call or write! Law and Collection Co.. 325 1 pTECTTVEs CARY DETECTIVE BUREAU 30 Touralne hotel. Bell phot classes of legitimate detcctlvi dertnken by experienced opi business absolutely conllden ences given If desired. ', WANTED AGEN1 WA NTED A G ENTS. FINE sition to live people; cliail vaneenicnt. Room 15. Ilercu ? TYPEWRITERS TYPEWRITERS RENTED. J cd, sold. Utah Typewriter Co.. phones 430. 02 V. 2nd So BIRD COWAN' CO.f 1G0 So. W. Temple. Bell Fhai DrTTuTTrTni 1st: 10:30 to 12:30, 4: totf Judge bldg. "'j massageJS VAPOR BATHS, MASSAGB 1B trie healing. Madam LaSW Main st. II. NEIPAG. JEWELRY. WAJJ Jewelry repair work. MoxUM STAELAROJgll THE STATE LAW REPORTB lie J. Aker. Mgr Eportj5 and typewriting. 909 BostoH HOUSE AJJffi ACME PAINTING CO. 1 sign painting from AlpnaBRt Bell 4130. Ind. 2149. i1TspT1teXl?'"coa7 and kindling. 112 E 2d M-Mfc CASH KEB! NIAT'AlilTrn Grosholl, sales agent frM , cash register repairing, .t, st Second-hand rcslstsrW LADSJ taTlor-ma de rcrcicss.!?m'; Judge bldg. Joe StraKWfc perfect fitting SJ J. U. JOHNSON CO.. tAB-Jrljj dcslgnors and Importers. "HSPBCmg MRS. M. C. MOORE. FAJ and manicuring. Best f0Ptk 1 tu C p. in. Phono i "' jjK? SIIORTIL4Ny FirrXODl'RSE BY Mk vale lc-'Suius dally. iBcQ "Seven" lust: 35 Mcrcaiit