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Wm 20 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING-, AUGUST 20, 1911,
News of intermountain Region
IOGDEN DEPARTMENT I
Permanent Ofllco, 364 2-ith Street. Both Phonos 664. Office- Hours 8 a. m.
to 10:30 a. m.; 3 p. ni. to 8 p. m.
I Henry Sontlnvortli, Slayer of
'Ned Hanks, Served With
Copy of Complaint.
WILL SOON BE HELD
Friends of Accnsed Man Hope
to Secnre His Release
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Aug. 19. Henry South
worth -was today formally charged with
murder in tho first dogreo iu a com
plaint issued by County Attorney Da
vid Jenson and filed with Clerk L N.
Pulton of tho municipal court. The
complaint charges Southworth with tho
murder of E, L. ("Ned") Ilanlcs, man
. agar of tho Don Phillipini band at
Glenwood park, this city, August 12.
Southworth was served with the com
plaint by Sheriff E. E. Harrison, and
removed from the city .iail to a cell
at the county .iail pending his pre
liminary hearing, which will bo held
before Judge J. D. Murphy within the
next few days. Friends of the accusod
man are dos'irous of a speedy hearing,
so that application may be made for
bail as soon as tho court will hear the
petition. Whether or not Judge "Mxvr
phy will allow the prisoner bail, will
bo" determined after the evidence is
introduced at the preliminary hearing.
Should the court allow Southworth to
be released on bail, no trouble is anti
cipated in raising tho bail bond by
I That Southworth, actuated "by a ;jcal
c, ous rage, fired on the first man he
saw with his wife regardless of his
identity, and in fact killed a man with
whom "his wife was but slightly ac
quainted, was plainly shown at the
coroner's inquest yesterday. The fact
that Southworth himself brought mem
bers of the band to his home in Farm
iugton and introduced them to his
family and gave entertainments at
which the hand members were honored
guests, will probably operate to his
disadvantage when he attempts to show
at the tial that ho objected to his wife
accompanying the" musicians to various
resorts in this state.
Although witnesses who saw South
worth immediately after tho killing of
Hanks, say that ho acted as if he was
crazed, the prisoner has entirely re
gained his composure and smilingly ac
knowledges visits from his friends at
The body of the band manager is
being held at the Larkin morgue await
ing orders from his relatives in Jersej'
City, 2s. J. Undertaker E. A. Larkin
has been In communication "with
Hanks Js brother-in-law and Don Philli
pini, tho latter now filling an engage
ment with his band at Butte. The un
dertaker expects to hear from relatives
some time tomorrow regarding the dis
position of the body.
Sheriff E. E. Harrison is in receipt
of a long letter from Mrs. E. L. Hanks,
the widow, now living at Bidgefield,
X. J. Mrs. Hanli6 says her husband
left her five years ago, and that she
and her two children bad received no
word from him since that time.
I VICTIM RECOVERING.
Woman Injured In Collision of Auto and
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. Aug. 19. Still suffering from
Injuries received In a collision between
a buggy and a wagon several days ago.
Mrs. Prank Wilde is recovering- slowly
from a partially paralyzed arm and nerv
The accident occurred on "Washington
avenue. With her husband and two chil
dren Mrs. WHdo was riding in a buggy
which collided with a heavy wagon. An
automobile carelessly driven caUBed tho
accident, according to eye-witnesses, al
though the' driver of the machine has
not been arrested for reckless driving,
nor has he offered to make anv settle
ment of the damages caused by his care
lessness. All the occupants of the buggy
were .thown to tho ground. Mrs. Wilde
and a 3-year-old child were tho only ones
injured Tho child has entirely recov-
IN DANGEROUS POSITION.
Man" Found Lying Betweea Ralls of Rio
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Aug. 19. Lying across tlio
Denver &. Rio Grande railroad tracks on
Tweniy-thlrd street, between Wall and
Lincoln avenues, with one rail for a pil
low and the other for a footrest. Charles
Bitters was found In an Jnloxlcatcd con
dition by a couple returning from a dance
early this morning. While the young
woman stood guard to soe that Bitters
was not hurled to kingdom come bv a
train her escort telephoned to the police
station. Bitters was taken to Hie cltv
all and booked on a charge of drunken
ness. He was released from Jail only
yesterday morning after serving a sen
tence on a similar charge.
I George W, Frye Dead.
Special to The Tribune
OGDEN. AuerC 13 After an illness of
six months from muscular rheumatism
George W. Frye, a former saloon man
died at hie home, 27S3 Washington ave
nue, this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. The
immediate camse of death was heart fail
ure. Accompanied by his wife. Mr. Frye
returned to Ogden yesterdav from Port
land. Ore , where he had been under Ihe
case of a specialist. He was born at Mus
catine, Iowa, July 26, 1859. Tils widow,
living at Ogden. and a slater and three
brothers, living at Muscatine, Iowa, sur
vive him. No arrangements have been
made for the funeral.
H Licensed to Wed.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Aug. 19. Licenses to carry
were issued by tho county clerk to the
following today: Louis C. Maver and
Gladys Helton Chase, both of Salt Lake:
TohnBurn and Lilly A, Shnfer, both of
Weber County Sheriff Does Not Believe
Self-Confessed Bandit Tells Truth.
By Associated Press.
OGDEN. Aug. 19. While it was con
sidered prudent to make a trip to Den
ver and secure a verbatim confession
from Frank Watson, who claims he was
Implicated in tho holdup of the Over
land Limited, Sheriff E. E. Harrison Is
convinced that the would-be bandit Is
a faker, and that ho Is tolling Ills story
merely to escape holng taken hock to
Nebraska for trial on a charge of ia fo
llowing. "I think that Watson was likely In
Ogden at. the time of the train holdup."
said Shorlff Harrison tonight, "'but I
don't think he had a hand in It at all
He probably became acquainted with
physical conditions here, and this would
enable him to tell a protty sood- story.
' We lhavo made a careful investiga
tion regarding every statement made by,
Watson and find that many things he
talked of In his confession were untruo.
There Is no such person as Sprague on
tho Sand Rldgo and there Is no such
house as he describes as being In that,
Sheriff Harrison added, however, that
the local authorities are doing all In their
power to substantiate some of tho state
ments of the Denver man and at present
are working on a phase of tho case which
may bring early developments.
DENVER. Aug. 19. Frank M. Wat
son, who contends that, ho and two com
panions held up and robbed the Overland
Limited at Reese. Utah, will be taken
from here to Alliance, Neb., where he is
wanted on a charge of safeblowing. An
officer Is on the way hero from Ne
braska to get him.
Chief of Police Armstrong declares
Watson's confession la pure fabrication.
Watson was arrested here May 1, after
breaking Jail In Nebraska.
' BELIEVE HESSE FLEEING.
Weber County Sheriff Receives Informa
tion That Hesse Is En Route East.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Aug. 19. Sheriff E. E. Harri
son received word today that E. E, Hesse,
supposed to be the man who murdered
his wife and stepdaughter at Tocumsch,
Neb., a year ago,- had been seen and
recognized on a Denver & Rio Grande
train by the conductor. Hesse, it Is be
lieved, purchased a ticket at Salt Lake
for Denver. Sheriff Harrison wired
Eugene L. Roberts, sheriff at Tocumseh.
.and an effort will now be made to locate
Hesse at Denver.
No trace of E. E. Hesse has been seen
In this city since last Wednesday and
from information received by Sheriff E.
E. Harrison of Weber county tho fugi
tive Is now on. his way to Chicago. Hesse
Is .wanted in Tecumsch, Nob., for tho
alleged murder of his wife and step
daughter. It Is reported that he was
recognized by a conductor on No. 4 train,
which left Salt Lake City over tho Den
ver Si Rio Grande road Wednesday after
noon. This train reached Denver at 11
o'clock Friday night.
Sheriff Harrison wired to Sheriff Eu
gene L. Roborts of Tccumseh, tolling him
that Hesse probably was headed for Chi
cago and descriptions of the man have
been wired to eastern points. It is
thought that Hesse was here only long
onough to write and mall a letter to hl3
wife, who lives In Ogden.
VETERANS HAVE OUTING.
Wedgwood and Fitzgerald Camps' Enjoy
Day at the Hermitage.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Aug. 19. Tho United Spanish
War Veterans had a big outing at the
Hermitage today. About 100 members of
Wedgwood camp at Salt Lake and tho
full membership of Fitzgerald camp at
Fort Douglas came to Ogden. They were
accompanied by the Fifteenth Infantry
band from Fort Douglas. Tho train was
met at the depot by Harry Young camp
of Ogden and escorted to the city hall,
where Mayor William Glasmann made an
address of welcome. George Seaman In
troduced Mayor Glasmann and R. M.
Segers of Fort Douglas made the re
sponse. After tho exercises at the city hall
there was a parade, headed by the band,
and then cars were boarded for the Her
mitage, where a jolly good time was had.
A dinner was served by tho ladies' auxil
iary. About 500 participated in the out
ing. The occasion marked the twelfth
j anniversary of the return of tho Utah
battery from the Philippines.
MORE WORK ON ROADS,
Odden Canyon Thorounhfaro to Be Im
proved by Convict Labor.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Aug. 19. Beginning Monday,
active work on the county road from the
the east end of Ogden canyon toward
Huntsvllle will be started under the di
rection of County Road Commissioner Jo
seph Storey. This work will be a part
of the road building over which tho statu
engineer will have supervision and will
bo accomplished mainly by convict la
bor. It is supposed that Road Commis
sioner Strey as representative of Weber
county county will be selected as the
representative of the state engineer to soe
that the work is properly done. The
road will bo twelve fect wide and will be
built of crushed rock and sand. The
steam roller and other road building ma
chinery of Weber county has been hauled
to the oast end of the canyon, so that
tho work Monday morning will go for
ward without interruption.
Lost Child la Found,
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Aug. 19. Patrolman Jim
Hearn lato this evening found a three-year-old
girl lost at Twenty-third street
and Washington avenue. The child was
unable to give her name. She was taken
in charge by the polico matron. Mrs, Hag
bcrt Anderson, Up to midnight the par
ents had not called for the Uttlo girl, and
she Is still at the polico station-
Building New Bridge.
Special to Tho Trlbuno.
OGDEN, Aug. 19. Under the supervis
ion of Assistant Chief Engineer J. L.
Wlttcnmeyer a force of brldgo workers
are constructing a new bridge for the
Southorn Pacific company over the Weber
river near West Weber. Tho new bridge
is being built In connection with the
double-tracking of the line west of Ogden.
Utah Man Dies in Scotland.
Special to The Tribune.
MAMMOTH CITV, Aug. 19, James
Hutchinson received a cable from Edin
burgh, Scotland, Wednesday, August 1(5,
announcing the death )f his brother,
Thomas Hutchinson, of that citv. Mr.
Hutchinson was a former resident of
-Salt Lake City from 1875 until 1897, when
his business interests compelled him with
his wife, two sons and a daughter to re
move to Scotland. His daughter. Miss
Grace Hutchinson, at that time was un
employeo of Walker Brothers' Btore. He
has two sons In this country, John M-,
now in the east, and William Hutchinson,
residing in Ogden. Mr. Hutchinson was
employed In the water department of Salt
Lake .City during Goorgo M. Scott's ad
ministration and ha3 many friends In
Utah. He was 67 years of age.
Rain Puts Out Gulch Fire,
Special fo The Tribune.
BINGHAM. Aug. 10. A big area of
grass in tho vicinity of Freeman gulch,
which has been burning for several
days past, was extinguished by rain
which fell today. Scores of acres Jiavo
- been burned over,
Experiments in Dry Farming
. hy New Settlers Prove High
Special to Tho Tribune.
MOD EN A, Aug. 19. -While no at
tempt to farm tho arid lands of the Es
calanto valley, by correct dry farming
methods, was made this year, somo of
tho more venturesome on try men put in
trial crops with a view of watching
their growth as a guide to next year's
The result of this year's planting in
dicates that certain varieties of corn
may be grown and matured, and that
, potatoes aro an unquestioned crop.
C. O. Wood, an entryman midway
botweon Modena and Escnlanto switch,
has fifteen acres of white flint corn in
the ear, although it rocoivod but scant
cultivation and was planted Juno 1. In
the first instance oats was sown during
tho dry spring months, and as it showed
no signs of sprouting, corn was planted
in tho same area. With tho advent
of the early summer showers, both crops
camo up and the oats, whoro not inter
fered wdfclt by tho first cultivation of
the corn, headed out nicely.
Your correspondent plucked stems of
this grain, monsuring thirty inches in
length, and carrying in somo cases close
to 200 grains. Thirty-flvo acres of
corn of a lator planting on the samo
tract does not look so well, being some
what thinned by imperfect sprouting
and not being planted on such good
ground as was the earlier planting.
In tho same vicinity F. L. Nnnco and
Ij. E. Paddock oach have from twenty
to twenty-five acres of corn that look's
well, being in tassol and earing out.
bix miles northoast of Modona, Pat
rick Donovan, who has forsaken the
drill and the single jack, for tho hoc,
is located on a choice tract of land,
whorp, when ho lifts his eyes from a
trcatioo on agronomy, ho gazes across
twenty acres of waving green, which
S1 ye every promiBo of ripening corn.
Iho .New Castle Beclaiuation com
pany, across tho valley east of Modena,
finished harvesting this wcok with
splendid results. One thousand acres
of grain were harvested, being chiefly
fall wheat. An averago oi fifteen bush
els of wheat and sixten bushels of rye
was produced, which is an excellent
showing when it is considered that a
great portion of the wheat was grazed
on as late as May 15.
Alfalfa sown sevoral months atro is
nicely sprouted, and in some instances
requires only, a few showers to brine
it up to a point of luxuriant gTowth.
.bntrynion who are residing on their
fcdSJ?el abn5dantly encouraged and
everything so far done points to agri
year suocess- ln this valley next
A point of interest developed in this
season's farming is that the richer "soils
O. N. Stohl Seriously HI.
Special to The Tribune
BRIG-HAM CITY, Ang. 19. Tester-
Minneapolis, Minn where he will un
?2llle an ..operation for intestinal
troubles, with which he has suffered
tL01 umohs; Mr' StM was
accompanied by his father. O. N. Stohl,
and brother, Lorenzo N. Stohl, general
manager of the Beneficial Life Insur
ance company of Salt Lake. They will
remain at tho bedside of Mr. Stohl un
til the dangers have passed, when they
will return home.
Oleen N. Stohl is one of tho most
prominent men in northern Utah, and
at present is presidont of the Box Elder
stake of tho Mormon church, but has
made his home during tho week in Salt
Lake City, where he is manager of tho
Rational Savings and Trust company.
Mr. Stohl 's caBO is a serious one, but
hopes are entertained by his friends in
this city for a speedy".recovory after
the operation. Mr. Stohl 's Salt Lako
pbysiciansjrccommendcd that he go to
tho eastern city for treatment.
Garland Fete Arranged.
Special to The Tribune.
BRIGHAM CITY, Aug. .19. The peo
ple of Garland haveurranged an excel
lent programme that will be given at
tho Garland hall tomorrow night under
tho auspices of the Garland choir. Tho
programme will begin nt 8:30, and will
bo free to all. Tho following numbers
will be rendered:
Anthem, ward choir; prayer, C. It.
Welling; tenor solo, Howard Evans;
reading, Mrs. J. T.' Lant; male quar
tette, Howard Evans, George E. Uro
ver. Wesley Carter, J. H. Ivirkham;
reading, Mrs. R. C. Lowe; selection,
Leslio Grover, E. Enevoldson; fifteen
minute talk, "Music and Its Inl'lu
once, " George O. Is've; Indies' quar
tette, Mrs. A. F. Wanlcss, Mrs. J. JJ.
Kirkinan, Miss Laura Rice and Miss
Annie Wilcox; reading, Thomas Ramp
ton; duet, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Chapman;
solo, George O. Nye; baritone solo, J.
H. Ivirkham; remarks, Bishop R. A.
Capener; anthem, ward choir; benedic
tion, William Xing.
Provo Pioneer Is Dead.
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO, Aug! 19. -George W.
Jacques, an old and respocted" citizen,
dftd at the family home in the Pirst
ward this morning of general dcbilty.
lie was born in Canada, November 1,
1836, and came to Utah iu ISol. After
one year spent in Salt Lake lie moved
to Provo, where he has since resided.
Mr. Jacques is survived by a widow,
three sons and two daughters, all re
siding here. Funeral . services will be
hold from the "First ward meeting house
Monday, commencing at 1. p. m.
Two Divorces .Granted.
Special to The. Tribune.
PROVO, Aug. 13. Two interlocutory de
crees of divorce were granted in the
Fourth district court hero today by Judge
Booth. Mary C. Kershaw was freed from
the tie that bound her to Jonathan Ker
shaw. Failure to provide was the charge
In Mrs. Kershaw's petition. Each was
given the custody of a minor child. They
were marrlod at Moorslde, England, In
Laura F. Duffin was given her freedom
from Archie W. Duffin on two statutory
grounds, violation of the marriage vows
and failure to 'provide. The parties wore
marrlod at Salt Lake City April 13. 1910
New Mormon Stake Tabernacle at Price, Utah
The Mormon church will have a new stako house at Price, tho cost of which will be about .3u,000. Ihe do
Bign for the new church was mado by Miles E. Miller, a young architect of Salt Lake, whose plans wore success
ful in a competition in which six architects took part. Excavation work for the building will bocin this week, and
tho work of construction will begin as soon as the site is in shape, for tho foundation and will continue until the
severe weather of winter necessitates a cessation. The committee believes, however, that the structure will be com
pleted within a j'car.
Tho estimated cost of tho building and furnishings is $35,000, $25,000 of which is given as the cost ol the
building. The church will bo fully equipped with the most modern in -lighting and heating systems. m . , ...
Tlio foundations of tho new church will be of reinforced concrete and the walls of prcssod brick with white
stone trimmings. It will have a seating capacity of 1000.
Returns Runaway Girl,
Special to The Tribune. $
PROVO, Aug. 19. Deputy Sheriff Felix
Bachman went to Helper this morning to
bring back to Provo Delta Bartholomew,
a Provo girl, 17 years of age, who Is
said to have run away from her home In
the Fifth ward and got as far as Helper
on her way to Denver At the request,
of the girl's parents she was intercepted
and held awaiting the arrival of the
deputy sheriff. It Is said that a traveling
actor was in somo wny responsible for
the disappearance of tho girl, and an In
vestigation 1b now being made which
promises to bring to light some sensa
Man Stabbed; Assailant Held,
Special to The Tribune.
BINGHAM, Aug. 19. Charles Wil
liams, an engineer, was painfull'
wounded last night by a knife thrust
given by Robiaua SilveBt, an Italian,
who made his escape, but was captured
today by Policeman G. E. Wilcox. Wil
Hams received a deep gash on the side
of tho head. Arraigned today, Silvest
pleaded not guilty to h charge of as
sault with a deadly weapon and was
remanded to the Snlt Lake jail to
CHARLES In this city, August 18, Sarah
Charles, wife of Robert Charles of Mld
vale, at the ago of 47 years. The body is
at the undertaking rooms of Qualtrough
Alcott, and announcement of funeral will
bo made later.
MARTIN In this city, August IS. 1911.
of miner's consumption, George Martin,
in his liftleth year. Tho remains are at
tho funeral parlors of Joseph William
Taylor. Notice of funeral later.
CHATTERTON At 541 West North Tem
ple street. August 19, 1911, of Brlght's
disease William Chatterton, a locomotive
engineer on the Oregon Short Line, born
December 12, 185S, in England. The re
mains are at tho funeral parlors of Jos
eph W. Taylor, 258 South West Temple
street. Funeral services Tuesday at 3
p. m. from the family residence Friends
are invited to attend. Interment ln City
SHOWELL Funeral services of William
Showell. aged 74 years, will bo held
from the Masonic temple, corner 2nd East
and 1st South, at 2..30 p. m. today (Sun
day), August 20, 1911, .under the auspices
of Mt. Morlah lodge, No. 2, F. & A. M.,
of which he was a member. Interment
TAYLOR Funeral services of Mrs. Eliz
abeth Taylor, aged 71 years, will bo
held from the funeral chapel of Eber W.
Hall, 164 South West Tomplo street, at
4 p. m. today (Sunday). August 20, 1911.
AH ladies of Banner hive, .No. 11, L. O.
T. M.. are requested to attend. Inter
ment Mt Olivet cemetery.
TAME Tho funeral of William Tame will
be held at 11 a, zn. Sunday, August 20,
1911, from I. O. O. F. temple, Postofnce
place, Salt Lake City. Friends are in
vited. ,1-IOFFMAN The funoral services over
the remains of the late Adolph Hoffman
will be held at 4 o'clock Monday after
noon, August 21, from his late residence,
645 South West Temple.
EBER W. HALL. UNDERTAKER AND
embalmer. 161 S. West Temple. Phones
McKenzle. Display 3 ards 122 So. State,
211 E. 2nd So. Both phones U7. b297
Hl'DDART FLORAL CO.. 62 SO. MAIN
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Now attendants from east. Suite 21S,
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STOVE AND RANGE REPAIRS
pair Works. Castings made for any
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Rear 531 So. ftate st. Tclephono 4474.
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CRISMON & NICHOLS, ASSAYERS
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UNION ASSAY OFFICE. 152 SOUTH
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BETTLES". MATHEZ & CO.. A. F.
Bardwell. manager. 15S South West
Temple. Both phones. f217
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Foreign exchange; travelers' cheques;
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Office and house cleaning, everv detail,
hour or contract: carpet denning bv com
pressed air or vacuum; wallpaper clean
ing, hanging, painting and tinting. Satis
faction guaranteed. 139 East 1st So Bell
123C. Ind, 97S. kl6S7
CALC1MIN1NG. PAPERHANGING AND
paper cleaned, caroeta taken away and
brought back like new; rus 9x12. 75c;
carpets 6c per yard: general houBo
cleanlng and painting reasonahlo. Blllken
Hou.gpi'lpnnlng Co. Boll 5651 -Y. 301l
SECOND HAND STORES
Fecond-hand household goods bought,
sold and exchanged. 132 W. 2nd South.
Bell 17: Ind. 1457. i2
WE WANT TO BUY SECOND-HAND
goods; trade new for old. Bell 5145.
thorlred: police references: absolutely
rellnule. Born phones 537, We Investi
gate anything. 20S-U Mclntyro hldg. 70
Fnnth Mnln. rlt59
R Ej.urVER yTTi URrLYYTRlGSOF
all kinds: canyon wagons, with or wlth
oiit horsos Ind. 111. Bell 5S. h2:07
SIGi'S AND SCENERY
brass umppcrt kIoss anil iialnio Both
phnr" . xi
SPECIAL scale of prices for making
ladies tailored suits for tho two weeks
of August 15 to Sept. 1, $39 with im
material, S29 for making lining and
finishings. M. Zucker, Vienna Ladles'
Tailor, 126 Mercantile bldg. Bell 2036.
Bcott bldg. Ir.d. 361$. Open evening.
H. J. SMITH. DENTIST. OF MURRAY.
Room 71 C Kearna hldg., 13U Main. Salt
EAY, GRAIN AND SALT.
HAY", GRAIN AND sTLTpTn5Y&
Co.. 343 West Second South street. We
deliver the goods. kl810
OR. JNO. m! sIaIjLDLNGS CASH
plan will savo you from 3o to 50 nor
cent; ordinary calls, office, $1; ho.-Me. .2;
night. $3.50; contlncments, $15; chargo
accts.. regular fees. I0G Judge bids.
Phones, Ofnco, 4757. ring 2: 475?;
ring 1. hl264
FOt-ND-PAIR EACH TMMfctiSi
rords and womcn'n DumnKSSl
spring styloa: worth U "n r Mri '
pair. Owner cun hav.j fam? "t-Wffi-W
at the Economy Rhoo &,fi5
as reward. Fourth Uoor Ji vffejfel
I LOST OR STRAYED. SM xTFTi'
dog. First mvo. holwooii n' CS'
I streets: brown, white rln,- n? irErti
white feel. Finder rotuft
avo. and got reward. iR'
head, gold mounted r r
l-t urn to Tribune, lk-'vurrt.' Cb
: LOST-AUTOMOBILE llvy.PSfl.0'
Last, bet. Emerson av
Mercy hofplta!. Rowan!. Calf'SRg i
FOUND A nrNCII OF K9jrsi
er can havo jianic by, CniuWPuti
; LOST WJ 1 1TE BULLDOG lupSM Ew?
I LOST GENT'S GOLD V TciTwAr
chain, botwocn 2nC WfSt" mil ' V.
6th Nn. return to 433 3o, iVM, t
Good reward. .jHf on
LOST-A BLUE JACKET
laoe. one ml!o north of noBeinnBi
I ward. Bell ?:I2. Mlph
MAN V OTMEH CI .ARPiFIC Vrmvfttfl
The Trlhuni- wants are onuailv imPz$
in their influence to hundreds of
as tho facts that aK. Hated un
caption "Lost and Found.- "
LOST Between Sn'calr and MafcSWy
: pa3s bool:. two nassoa and liapoM"!.
turn to New Windsor Hotel RtkgW
MONEY TO LOANlRtf
regarding the opportunities t-"
enumerated In tho Want ColumnM"
(lay to dav. i'i
UNCLE SAM LOANS MONEMl''
anything of value, cut rates. !H.
AMOUNTS OF $500 AND UP-'M
rate of Interest. Houston Beaf
Inv Co,, 3ol South Main st. PhoM:
MONEY TO LOAN ON RISAL ZsM(
Pomeroy. 36 West 1st North.
MONEY TO LOAN ON P.F.AT . trMt
Halloran-Judge Co.. 309 South
SALARY LOANS XEGOTLVrfi
persons permanently emplovea:'BLlJ:
ness confidential. 421 Herald tildg!l()UlS
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FAItMsM
eral options. Miller & Vlele, ,S0?
BUILDING LOANS: FREE DfjJf
of plans Salt Lake Security
Co., 32 Upper Main. -
MONEY TIGHT? I !,',.
Well, we have money to' 1m fSfii
promptly as ever on farms, city in ljL
ness property. Prlvelcge to maka ' rotr
repayment any time and stop In Lit.'
Home Investment & Savings Co;; fZZ,
Miller, Pres., 6, S and 10 West LstV g&
7 PER CENT MONEY ON 'J 2ut'
class real estate decurlty.
ter. 73 So. Main. Phone 641. i if
MONEY SUPPLIED SALARY
I pie, women keeping house and j,
without security; cheapest rates; ' -
payments: ofllces In all principal
D. H. Tolman. 33S Atlas bid?. ' j of
QUICK MONEY; ANY AMOUNi E. I
time. Kelly-Montrose, VmVei ilL
Main st.. upstairs, j
SIX PER CENT. IMPROVED 3 CTT
erty. J. L. Perkes. room 412' PHl
MONEY LOANED ON JEWELS;
good securities: private offlca rf.T
rates; strictly confidential. Jql ""V
Loan and Investment company,. 6 iiirHp
2nd South. I 1241
THE COUNTY RECORDS PROVj TTTT
have for the past eight months
more loans upon real estate than 5y.
competitors combined. r. t?
Nineteen years' experience wit ySSL,
one foreclosure. tL. ,
TRACY LOAN ft TRUST CC "V
11 East 1st South.
REAL ESTATE LOANS j 11 10
FRITSCIT. 201: FELT BLDG. PHl Ktnr
IND. 717: BELL 3567. ; I- H
: t krtti
PLENTY OF MONEY TO LOAN. -
sev-Walker Co.. 712-14 Kcarnsi' I L0D
lv vuwv -"'-T'2
security; no second parlies; n .
tape; 7 per cent Interest, watt! IF
Mclntyre bldg. j "I
TO ALL HEADERS OF THE TBI Kt.fo
wants there's an excellent bussm -t-
the thought "If you don't reo WW REB
wan ask for If If what ypu are ft
esied In most is not Hated amol tut
wants today send a wsnt of you
for tomorrow's paper. ' .B
S900 ON IMPROVED REAL BS! JJT
Eager. Bell phone 4636-Y. j ,
TO LEASR-NO. 136
street (formerly occupied "y..g
ticket office). Floor space r SS ; K't.jHQB
feet with basement. Best loea tlon jm tt
Apply P- J- Moran, Eoara Jm'j
hulldlnc. -fc ttlt
WILLOWS - MERrCONFpfet
comlncments. seclusion. legal j
Mrs. F, Phillips. 11th E.. not. S
13th So. Box 833. Ind- 16144.
' ICE FbRSAXEjS
Lake Tec Co. idS Villi
ICE IN CARLOAD LOTS. in'DBM
e t P. Both nhones 403,
F A. CARTER FUR CO-. "JJSl
Furs rcnMred. romotljUdJcglgg
llghc livery horses lwugnt 7
Both phones 81.
faWington stables cAjgBtec
and light livery. 23S bomn d S
Phono 273 lMti
SEWING MACHINE Sm
moved fromm Squth to
South, this niuiiiii -- q eucniW-IVj.
and Singer machines at "ntenndK
makes lower prices J a rent nB6,
machines. Raleigh & JjT-
YOUNO BROS HAVE NOT Wj
used at Jo. 50, , J aJ, u. lst Aid
sold. Young Bros., -..'Lj!
Pv"' Consorv"'1 twK'lua
day and Saturday. -onsur Ur
Slate. Bell Dhona 5225. Jn- Wjj