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18 THE SA1 T LAKE TRIBUNE:, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 2.'
I OGDEN DEPARTMENT
Office, C56-J Washington Ave. Phone 664. Office Hours 6 a. m. to 10:30
a. m.; 3 p, m. to 8 p. m.
NEW TBI SERVICE
IS TO BEGIN FRIDAY
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, .In no is. A now form of
train -mice between Ogden and Brig
liam City will be instituted by the
Ogden Rapid Transit company in con
nection with the 1". C. T. outing in the
Bo Elder capital on Friday and Sat
urday. Three of the company's m w
rare have arrived, and these mil form,
u sinclc train to be polled by the com
pany'e electric locomotive, The new
cars, which are said to have cost, about
$4000 each, arrived in the city from
the St, Louie Bhops few daye ago,
three more cars of the same pattern
will arrive in a few dai i.
Work on the roadbed parade for the
now lino on Adam- avonue between
Twenty-firel and Twenty-second
atreete was begun rb is morning. This
Mock was previously graded for thef
extension, but the' city authorities
forced the company to place the track
en the east side of the avenue instead
el the wesi side. The grade fox the
line is also heine made on Adams ave
nue between Twenty-second and Twenty-third
street-. if is stared by offi
ciaJs of the eompanv that 8 quarter
of a million dollars will be expended
on improvements in the local system
before winter.
NO PROTESTS RECEIVED.
Opening of New Streets In Ogden Is Not
Beuicj Delayed.
Spe ui (.: Tii. Tribune.
OGDEN. Jnne If. Following tlielr ac
tion of last eenlng In making preliminary
arrangements for the opening of Hud
iin aMi'u between '1 went v. second and
Twenty-third streets, and the opening of)
Sixteenth street between Washington',
und Adams vcnne.. ihe My ronunia-
.-l"!iev.-, today reported Unit, as a board
if equalisation, there had been do pro
tests to the opening of Porter avenue be-
ircii Thirty-first and Tlnrt -second
streets. The assessment previously levied
for the Improvement was therefore i
i proved.
On the rocommendawon of Commls
rioner .i c. Nye. the board also ap
proved tiie purchase from M. 8 and J
M Browning and others of sufficient
property to open Twenty-ninth street,
ie i w i Washington and Qului y ave- I
noes The purchase involved an expen- 1
dlture of appro Ixnately 16000.
Unique Sign Suggested
Specie to The Tribune.
OGDEN. June is. The recent pro
posal to laiiei Ogden canyon with a huge
concrete sign placed on the. mountain j
Bide v Terr li could he read by passengers
on every Incoming arid outgoing train.
Mii given rise lo another unique adver
tising stunt, one which is proposed by
tius "Wright, advertising manager tor the
firm of Wright Brothers & Co.
Mr Wright' a plan, es laid before the
officials of the Ogdon publicity bureau,
tn erect a bip electric sIrii on the
inini just wect of Malan's Heights, the
nlgn to Mpi-ii the word "Ogden In let
rm ieis of fire i night and by means or a
u. white background in the daytime.
Answer Is Filed.
f ! Special to Th Tribune.
I. 1 OGDEN. .tune 18. Further develop
ments were Itad today In the injunction
proceedings of ihe Dteh Bfllpostlng com
pany against Chief of Police W. I Nor- .
tnp and otiier officials of the city, when .
! the city at tome Filed an answer to the
minpany't complain! It Is alleged in
j i i! answer tiijit in the removal of car- '
1 j : h t it billboards at Monroe avenue and
f j Twenty-second street the city authori- 1
ti"-. Te?, acting, in the bssl interests of t
tj the public, i ti accordance with the city
ir nrdlnane s, and that iie company had
i un erected the boards in accordance
t ' with Its dtj license.
Work Is Progressing.
j j speiai to The Tribune.
i ' OGDEN June ,K M s Brownlug.J.
prenioent of the Blacksmith Fork Power I
company, ami Joseph Scowcroft, one of j
the rblef Ogden promoters, have returned
i fter an Inspr. lion trip to the site. oil1
i Lhe company's big power Plant, now un-
i ,rr .-,'nive nf construction. It Is belngl
ru,i at a root of 1250,000 aim win
' develop about 4000 horsepower which will'
' ; make It on of the largest power pro-1
j duclng plant.-- in the state. L
Noted Man to Lecture.
j Special to The Tribune. I
! OGDEN, June ifi. Henry Allen. who.'
a prominent n the affairs of Colonel I!
Roosevelt at the national Republican con- ;
veiilimi nOW In prOgresS, has been ;in - ; (
j- ni"in'-d as one of the ehief speakers 3i,
the I tah fhautauqua Hssembly tn this,
rtty Mr. Allen today seconded the notnt-j
natioi' Of McGovern a candidate forj i
temporary chelrman of the convention.
Licensed to Vcd.
- Bpsoial to The Tribune. j(
ryinav. June iR Marriage licenses 1 1
were granted today lo Leo n Layton, of ,
Kays'llle and Mnnt R Simmons -'fl
Layton; Winiam Colmer Powell of lffed-li
rVwd and Mr? Nnie j,, Bonn, of Ban It
Fernanda. Cal.; Oscar P. .lone of Ma.ind. i
tdi anrl Mavir.e Jones of Pocatello, Ma j
Jamee W. Bodily of Mapleton, ida. andp
lllas Lonella Taylor of Fr v.9?.
Advertising Auto Route.
B pedal fo The Tribune.
rV;ni"N. June IS -The northern Utahl.
ttsuaooontlnental auto routs is soon to re-,
reive home fa'ora.ble publicity In "Tliej
Nlotorlst," one of the chief automobile
journal? of the country On the request I
nf the editor of the magazine, Manager
n. j. StllwdL of the Orden Publicity
bureau, has sent a oollection r,r erei
lrnt photographs of beautiful scenes
ulnnc tbe route between the cjfy and l
i-amton. W: o.
Dies in California.
Bpecial lo The Tribune.
OGDEN, June ts. f-'red Height de-1
departed this morning for r Angeles to
hrlng the body of his wife to Ogdc.n for
hurlat The announoemenl ot lire. .
Height's -leath was received by relatives I
jJ I; here ye.-terday.
Recital Enjoyed.
V'pe.-ial to Tlie Trlhune.
OGDEN, June 1s---A piano e.-iui at
the Weber auditorium by mif.s beat-
rice Brewer laM evening wan thoroughly
enjoyed by a. inre number of her friend
'! t- ital 'a i - -'.'. ii nd. r the. ip.r' -
Hon of Profosnr Squire 'oop, w u. Ml"
Brewer was assisted t,- i-'r.i i; Kniith ,
j a Salt TUe ti.iS'o, whowe vocal selec
tions were also much enjoyed.
Good Record Made.
Bpecial to The Tribune.
rutins'. June 's- WiOi a force .,f fifty I
hand-- at work, the overall manufacturing I
riant recently installed by the Bcowmofi
eompanv is belnsr operated In very sot-Ir.faeton.-
manner. The f.irtory ha: now
Completed a four -weeks' run and t,v out
pul repi esei i ' pairs o tut
Ho Light Is Shed.
Specla' to The Tribune.
OGDEN . June 18- The ao-wer of F.
l. Rtclmrdson and otiier.. to tli com
plainl filed bv Lillian StHiidlh. Sfho
brings suit for JS0,3"l. was file.! In the
dlhtrict court today. ot throws no liK i
On the probable eausi of th :i' f-l t-i.irt,-
whHh the basis of tbe claim for
t g damagcii. Mrs. Btandleb repreeentad
in her i ornplalrrt that the defendants
had dragged her from her bed at 11:30
o dock at niKht and exposed her to the
sham.- and ridicule of the public.
In their answer, the defendants deny
each and every allegation, other than
that they are residents or Ogden.
DOWNEY TO CELEBRATE,
Unique Programme Is Belnq Arranged
for Fourth of July.
Special to The Tribune.
DOW NET, Idaho, Juno IS. If the
plans "f the celebration committee of the.
I lowm-v-Mai.-h Valley CommorolBj dub
are successful, this town win, on July 4,
iioi.i a celebration thai for uniqueness
Will far excel any similar a 'fair ever held
In th mate. As a Striking contrast be
tween the early and the ht?nt methods
of aerial navigation, the committee plans
to have both buHoon ascensions and
aeroplane flights taking pUVOS at the
same time.
A number of wild west features are
on the programme. Including the riding
of several "outlaw" horses, roplnp: rn
tes Si pony races and a.n exhibition of
fdncy riding. The big sporting events
of the day, however, Will be the bull
;,mc between the Downey "Rainmak
ers" and the Jensen Creamery team of
Pocatello, and th ten-round boxing eon
test, between "Kid" Carpenter and tbe
victor In the bout to take place on June
30 between "Kid" Harmon and "Curly"
Thomas.
Former Ogden Mail Dead.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, June IS. In a message to W.
R. Murphy this morning, the death of
n. L. MiiKclllps. a former resident of
this eltv, is announced. Mr. McKelUps
was for many years a Southern Pacific
engineer and conductor with a run out
of Ogden. Tie died nt Berkeley, Cal. Be
sides the widow he is survived by two
daughters and a son and a brother, H. 3.
M. -Kemps.
DIED
HANSEN In Una city. June 18. 1812,
Mien J Hansen, aged 7 weeks, son of
Wlllard and Amelia Jacobson Hansen.
Funeral services from ihe residence, J "iC7
Lincoln avenue. Friday,, at ? p. m In
i ermcnt 'Cil y oemel erj .
M'GURHJN In this city, June IS. 1912.
Margaret G. McGurrin, aged 43 yearn
Body will be shipped from O'Donnell fc
Co.'s chapel this noon to Kalamazoo,
Mich., for interment.
FUNERAL NOTICES.
BURNS -Funeral services for Bdward
Bums, who died in this city June tn.
ini-:. will he held t the mortuary chapel
ol 8 D EBvans, is South state street,
today (Wednesday), June in, ar 2 p. m
fn l or merit in "iiy cemetery.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
EBEB W. IlAT.l, ITNDERTAKBB A.ND
embalmer, li5t S. West Temple. Pnones
1019 d3
e, a. o-do'fxtT UNDERTAKER
and embalmer, h;ii moved to new lo
cation, 225-227 South West Temple st.
Realty bldg. Both phoneB tSO. or!3f)9
CUT FLOWERS
TTE tjBADING FLORIST. W. W. KING.
214 K. 1'nd So. Both phones 37. b29T
SUDD ART PLORAL CO. 62 SO. MAIN
st. Phones iu6. Cut flowers and fu
neral designs. nl632
MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES
LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. TV
McKensile. Display yards 442 So State
VACUUM CLEANERS
ILL MAKES. C D. BATES ELECTRIC
Co.. 321 Atlas b!k Phone Was. 2724. nfiSS
SANTO" FOR SALB OR RENT;
cleaning done. Stewurt-Gleeson Co., .'16
X. 2nd So. a344
SAFES AND VAULTS
COMPLETE LINE OF SAFES AND
vaults always on hand. A few second
hand safes for fcalL Write for circular.
Bbealy Safo & 'ault Co., 41 P. O. place.
0267
IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND
for Sclt Lake County. Stat of Utah.
SVllllam Zabrlskle, plaintiff, vs. Beaver
Irrigation, Land & Power company, a
corporation, defendant.
Notice Is hereby given that In pur
suance of an order or th district court
n and for Salt Lake county, state, of
Utah, made on the 1st day of April, 1912.
n the above entitled matter, the under
llgned. G. P Summers, the duly ap
pointed, qualified and a.ctlng receiver of
ill of the assets of said corporation, will
sell at publiL auction lo the highest bidder
ror cash, lawful money of the TTnlied
States, and subject to ths con.lrmation
by 6aid district couit of Salt Lake county
md state of Utah, on Thursday, the 30th
iay of May 1 D 1 ". at twelve o'clock noon,
it the west front door of trie Joint city
and county building. Salt Lako City,
Utah, the following described property
ntionglnx to said Beaver Irrigation Laud
Si Power company., and described as fol
lows to wit:
A certain contract between the Mln
trsvillo Reservoir & Irrigation company.
Erantoiv and the Beaver IrriRatlon Land
it Power company, gruntew, whereby the
grantor agrees that the grantee may
raise the present dam of tho gruntor 31J
feet above tho present high watur mark
of tbe Rocky Ford river.
A certain contract between the state
of Utah and the Beaver Irrigation Land
& Power company, dated the 1st day of
May. 1909, for the reclamation of certain
lands Hi Beaver county, Utah.
Alsr ell Tight, title and interest of the
Beavt. Irrigation Land & Power com
pany. In and to tho following water ap
propriations from Beaver river:
Application No. Kir8, made In the of
fice of the stale engineer of tho state of
L'tah. dated May 7, 1907. for 200 eecond
feet of water.
application No. 132. made tn the office
of the state engineer of the state of
L'tah. dated April 26. 1907. for 200 second
feet of water
Application No. 1.-27. made In the of
fice of tho slate engineer of the state of
Utah, dated April 2C, 1907. for 12.000 aec
ond feet 0' water, to be pumped from
numerous wells upon the land proposed
to be reclaimed.
Application No. 1326. made In the of
fice of the state engineer of the nu.te of
Utah, dated April 28, 1907, for 200 uccond
feet of wuter lor power purposes.
a. F. BUMMERS,
Receiver Beaver Irrigation Lad & Power
Company. c3G13
Bv cuter of the Judge of said court, the
shove sale Is continued to take place
Thursdav, Juno 20, 1912. at .he same
hour and place,
O. F. BUMMER8,
Receiver Beaver Irrigation Land & Power
Company
ASSESSMENT NO. 3.
O k. Silver Mining & Milling com
pany, principal place of business. Salt
L.iU.' City, Utah; location of mines, In
di.ui Spring". Tooele coun'v. Utah.
Notice lfs hereby given that et a meet
ing of the board of dlrectora of the O K
Silver Mining & Milling company, h.-hi
on the ttn flay of June. I&12. assessment
N v 8 Of t of 1 int per share was levied
u;oii the capita", stock of the corporation
i- ii"l and outstanding, payable on the
10th or July. 1112, to the secretary at
his office. 1235 Beck street. Salt Lake
Cltv. Utah.
.'i BtOC upon which this aaefisment
... impiii.'i on tho 16th day of
ruly. 1912, will be delinquent and ad
vertlsed for sale at public auction, and
unless payment is made before, win oe
sold on the let day of August. 19);, Ht 10
o'clock a. m. at the companv's office,
to puv tli delinquent assessment thereon
To.-n..,. lVith th costs of advertising and
expenseuof i -lie.
Tv. M. uult, Becretary, ciio:i
BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS
Almost, evory transaction of modern business is re
' fleeted in The Tribune Want Columns from time to time
The buying and selling of realty.
The renting of homes and business locations.
The hiring of helper's in every line.
Domestic servants cooks, maids, waitresses
The finding of lost articles.
Securing roomers and boarders.
Apprentices to learn various trades.
Juvenile employees for stores, offices, factories.
Business opportunities for buying and selling.
It's interesting to watch The Tribune Wants ami a
careful study of them leads to the accomplishment of many
desires the solving of many problems.
!L -
WANTED
WANTED MALE HELP
yOU RUN NO RISK WHEN TOU BN
roll at Henager'a Business 1 College.
Positions secured or tuition refunded
linroll now 12207
M A N TO TAKE HALF INTEREB1
wholesale cone and confectionery' busi
ness; about S250 required. P. tj. bo.x 849,
d2368
JAPANESE ANTED. BOILERMAK
BTS, machinists and helpers tor round
house work, out of town. Addics3 C-28,
Tribune. d2870
BLACKSMITH, S4 no pk.r day, FOi'n
bridge carpenters. f:i.0n per day. Idaho,
free pass. Struck' s Hhnp Agcy 5.r W.
2nd So. St. d8l
BTROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Hotel, restaurant and household help.
Headquarters for laborers,
65 Weal 2nd South. Phones KM
c743
GOVERNMENT WANTS POSTO FFICE
darks; carriers; SSo month; examina
tions coming; coaching free. Franklin
Institute. Dept. 129 P., Rochester, N. Y
C1517
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. BASE
meni First Congregational church. Wo
get you a position free of charge. Tele
phone Wasatch 5822 t365
SHEPPARD'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
"The Red Front." 112 West 2nd South.
Headquarters railroad and mining help.
Hell 8684. elc.43
PERSONAL ATTENTION A ND THOR
oughnees characterise Utah Business
College tralnlnir Day and night. Beln
now Boston building. Sl587
M. J. rI.ON EMPLOYMENT AGEN'.'Y.
Skilled wi iii.sl.il.:d laborers fur
nished. Ifj Eii.st l s 1 South, corner Com
mercial. Phone Wasatch SDSS. pI3
skii i.r:n and unskilled labor
era fui-nlshed: also hotel help. 15-1 So.
West Temple. Wasatch r,6s. al9B8
FIVE YOUNG MEN lriTH BICYCLES;
good wage.:; Btesdy employment :
chance to learn telegraphy. v. U. Tel
Co. a2SI3
FIND LONE STAR AND GET FREE A
bpttle sago hair tonic or Shanipoo with
every 50c barber work. Clcan: practical.
t'M So. State J105G
SALT LAKE COOKS' ASSOCIATION
and free employment agency, 51 W. -nd
South. Motel and restaurants a specialty
d 1012
ONE FPRST CLASS PATTERN MAKER
at Western Foundry & Machine Co.,
Ogden, Utah. dS44
EXPERIENCED CREDIT MAN. AP
piv after LO a. m., J G McDonald
Chocolate Co., W. 8rd Bo. dl480
WANTED! ROYS FROM 18 TO ' r
years old to canvass In city. Apph
Wednesday! BIB Ati. blk. d2163
TWO EXPERIENCED NEWSPAPER
solicitors. Apply . circulation depart
ment. Evening Telegram. cl035
WANTED 80 LABORERS FOR TRENCH
work. McKay & Reed -rjr". Felt blag.
42400
CARPENTERS WANTED, ADDRESS
F. W Carpenter, care Utah-Idaho sue
a.r Co.. Blackfoot. Idaho. (12463
WANTKD .FIRST CLASS BARBER
Atlas Barbei Shop. 34 West 2nd So.
' d24i!7
EXPERIENCED COLORED PORTER.
Apply Normandy hotel. 33 EE. 3rd So
d24.1i
I'-XPF f'lE.VTTi REAL ESTATE SAT. KS
man Inquire ?'iL' Fell bldg. dHlfi
DRUMMER. BUGLER AND SPIELER.
Mehesy theater. 274 Main St.
SPE SLAIj R3DITION MAN. TWO COD N
tty papers Address C-27. Tribune. d28B2
PRESS FEEDER WANTED IMPERIAL
Prlntinir Co., P. O pla-e. d2887
PHYSICIAN FOR ADVERTISING OF
fice work. Q-34 Tribune, d2467
HAIRDRESSING PARLOR
OLIVE BRANCHE WOOD. 810 KEARNS
bldg., Berlin Beaute Shope. Corns In
and nave 'our facs washed and Ironed
by the wonderful Berlin system; ;i!l die
eases of the skin sdentlflcally treated;
manicuring, shampooing, halrdresslng and
marcel waving. d2430
BEAUTY" AND HAIR DRESSING PAR
lors, 121 Mercantlln annex. Graduate
Prof. Rohrer, New STork. Hair goods and
oosmetios, Appointments made at your
home If desired. Was 4io7. dl7-t;i
KALSOMLNING,
EX PERT K A i .SO.M I N ISaTlCi PtlNI
ing; wa.i paper cleaning; work guaran
teed; iiinects exterminated Wasatch
1021 Off! ce with Hoover Drug Co. Auk
for William Furrow. .! ,
ASSESSMENT NO. 7.
Yankee Consolidated Mining company
a corpoution. Principal office and p'.j-.-of
business, room 807 NeWhouse build
in? Sail Lake I'll... Utah.
Notice Is hereby given that at s meet
ing of the board of di,- , .. - n y;ri.
kec Consolidated Mining company, held
on the 3rd day of June. i!U:.', an assess
ment or two cents (2) per share was
levied and assesaed on the outstandlnn
capital stock of srild curp..i a i l-m. ;.a va l.'.e
June 8. 1912. to A. E. Canfield. secretary
of said comjian'. room so; ,., i,
building, Salt Lake C'ltj, Utah.
Any stock upon which this assessment
mav remain unpaid on the loth day -.f
July. 1912. wilt be delinquent mid ad
vertlsod for sale al public auction, and
unless payment Is made before, will bo
gold on the 27th day of July, 1912, to
pay delinquent assessment thereon, to
gether with costs of ad crtlslnt: and ex
pense of s.ale.
A. E CANFIELD,
Sceretarv Yankee Consolidated MlntiiK
Company. ,3577
RECEIVER'S NOTICE.
A hearing will be had before his hoi or
C. W. Morse. Judere of the Third ud1 lal
district, court of l'tah. upon the applica
tion to confirm a sale of the meri handl t
otid property of The W a. Nelden Drug
Co. in accordance with the writ.:i bids
submitted to the eottrt and imw on tile,
on Welnesda, .lo I'u b. If-'2 a' !
.' i' ck a. m. -it-:oi:GE i:. i-oi;d.
Receiver of W. A. Nelden Dru.-
, U177J
WANTED
WANTED FEMALE HELP
GIRL PGR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
only ono wliii thorough knowledge of
cooking need apply; pleasant horn- for
right paity. Call phone Wasatoh 1903.
d280S
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, BASE
ment First Congregational church- wo
get j on a poaiiion free of charge Tele
phone hid, 'MM. B II . Ar.' 1277:1
SUCCESS INS URANCE UTAH BU8
Iness College preparation for business
life Start a course noiv. Boston bide: .
day. night. sl.")3S
WANTED, WOMEN WHO CAN QUALT
fy In a short time to do good sewing,
all Immediately al Brown School of
Dressmaking, tifii Dooly block. c33'i3
BE A TRAINED NURSE. EARN 116
to 5"" weekly Train at home In a
short time. Free catalogue ROCHES
TER NURSES INSTITUTE, 77a ROC11
ESTER, N. v. dl26
A CAPABLE GIRL OR WOMAN FOR
cooking and ironing in the country for'
summer Write Mrs. w M . O'Brien,
RF D No 3, Murray, Ftnli dl762
ENROLTj vow at iiena;ers bust.
liess College. School all summer. Da y
and night sessions, Positions guaranteed
Get the best. d2206
LADIES TO RETAIL HIGH -CLASS
line in atl Those wishlna to estab
lish permanent trade preferred, 115 Vies
andrla ants. d2387
WANTED COMPETENT GTRL FOR
general housework; (.-orid wages; three
In family Wasatch 2322. No. r Stauffer
aptS., 164 BaSl So Temple. d'.'TSfl
WANTED. TOI'NG GIRL TO ASSIST
With housework In family of two. 121
Douglas ave. d1"11
GIRL FOR GENERAL TTOVSEW ORK
and cooking; small family. No !
Prescott apt? diris
EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; no washing: good wage.-.,
references. 1116 E. So. Temple. dios-l
COMPETENT GIRT,. GENERAL
housework, small family n2 South 7th
Beat. c2401
YOTTXC, WOM.. V FDR GENERAL
housework; no cooking; wages 85.00 per
week Apply r.12 E. 2nd So. oj!.:
MTDDLE V.GED WOMAN FOR CLEAN
Insr at Sanitarium Bath?. 52 W. Third
South street. d2-t."i
WA NT E O. T .A DY OVER 40 ' YEARS ;
musi be extra heavy, willing to leave
city Scot 1. 310 Mclntyrs bid? d2461
TWENTY MANGLE GIRLS: FOUR
flrsl olasi body Ironers. Apply Model
Laundry. d2470
EXPERIENCED GTRL FOR PRESSING
and Ironing. R-c;.-;l cic;ir,inir ro d710
COMPETENT GTRL P'OR GENERAL
housework. Wasatch IS, ring 1 d220R
EXPERIENCED CHAMBERMAID ST.
Ceolie hotel. d2473
MASSAGE.
MASSAGE FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE.
Treatments given at home. Btrictly 01!
vate Personal attention. Vapor bubs,
electric vibratory, eta Can Wasatch
2SiM between 10 and 12 a. in. c3i29
260 MAIN STREET MISS HELD, MAN
icurlng and massage; experienced at
tendants. Phone Wasatch 1249-M. dl60fl
MASSAGE AND MANICURIST J01-2
Lenox Hotel; hours 0 a. in. to 10 p. m
d!7.M
PRIVATE HOME
WILLOWS - MERE; CONFIDENTIAL
confinement, see.'usion. h:gal adoption.
Mrs. F Phillips, 11th E bet LJih and
13th So. Sugar Sta. Hyland 1231-M
n0S2
DANCING
DA NCI NO E VERY EVEN f NG AT 8 "30
n m.. Ideal hail. 68 Postofflce place ;
Admission, genls 2r.o. ladles tree. Private
ami class lessons dsiily. Under m.-uiatre-ment
of S, L. Independent band. d!528
PYORRHEA SPECIALIST
DR. ROBERT W. HA 1 .L, 'YORRHEA
AND ORAL PROPHYLAXIS. 6:;n
KEARNS BLfit;. .12353
SIGNS AND SCENERY
CI IAS. PETERSON. 20 RICHARDS ST.
brass, chipped glass and painted. Both
phones. yj-.;
TAILOR-MADE CORSETS
BPIRELLA COR8ETS, ONE YEAR'S
guarantee, Mrs. Mann. Tcctv hotel;
hours. 2 to I. (1404
LADIES' TAILORS
Kf.iFt PERFECT KIT AND WORKMAN -ship,
ko la Cederholm, 41E Constitution
ludg. liwci: prices c-257 '
ICE CREAM
KKEI.eV ICE CREAM CO. SHIP ICE
cream and sherbets everywhere Phone
2223 or address boa 1713, x2128
BOOK STORES
W H B l Y. S B I J. AND EXCI A NGE
DOOkH "(J. ft N." Rool: f-'-oje, pi JT,
2nd South. Phone Wasateli 'i;is. p2filj
OSTEOPATHY
IVL CLAUDE RIDDLE, OSTEOPATH
physlciax and surgeon, suite 810 Kearus
b'.dtf Hours 0 to 5. i:2347
KEY-FrrYlNG
KEY PITT I Mi ;. l CK WORK. BICY
clc Supply fJo. Phones Bel: ind.
839., ; o7t
" CLEANINGAND DYEING
SALT LAKE CLEANING CO., 3.M ':
Btafs bt- Dell 882s, m2W7
WANTED
raSCELLANEOUS
DON'T WAIT FIVE YEARS.
BUY CALIFORNIA FULL-BEARING
ORCHARDS NOW.
MONEY BACK IF NOT SATISFIED
We've almonds, peaches, prunes.ap
rieots and Bartlett pears in the GRio-
LXAL FAMOfS BID WELL ORCHARDS,
located In the heart of the Sacramento
valley, at Ohlco, cal-. $90 cash and wo
per month buys fivo acres of these fuu -bearing
orchards, within 1.8 mllea Of ihe
thriving city of Chlco, population 14,000
Call at" our office. fiOS Newhouso bldg.. or
phone WasatOh i'OW. for valuable infor
mation and fads
BID WELL ORCHARDS, INC.
d20l
BE UP-TO-DATE.
Don't wear Shabby shoes with nw
units. Hava your footwear neatly re
palred MONARCH SHOE REPAIRING CO..
21 Ea?t Second BOUtfa. Phone 58g
EASTERN' BOOKMAKER AND HORSE
owner Kohclts co-operation of man or
I discretion, with few thousand dollars, for
a'-tion at coming Lagoon meeting. Musi
havs bank reference. Particulars at per
sonal interview only. Address B-Bl. Trib
une. dlSB8
WILL SHIP CAR H. H. GOODS TO LOS
Angeles and one to Chicago and one to
Portland and on,, to Florida, next ten
days; very reasonable rates. Kimball Van
A- Storage Co., 73 So. Main a2808
WANTED, GOOD LOCATION FOR MA
ohine that sharpens, hones and strops
razors, and all Kinds of safety razor
bladi etc Address C-30j Tribune
d2448
HOMES BUILT. REPAIRED. 1M
proved, cement work, lawn.- painting,
etc. Home Improvement Co., Mi W. 2nd
So. Wasatch 12S3. dB485
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS WANTED:
will pay vou first-Class prices H. C
Fisher & Co., 165 So. W. Temple- Bell
5171 c253
ALL K'TNTi SECOND-HAND CLOTH
Uig, trunks, .altyes; best prices paid.
2S Commercial st. Reply by postal card.
3771 Bell. t74
1 TA I r JUNIC CO. HIGHEST PRICE
nald for Iron bras. racs. bottles, rub
ber, conper, eta S10 So. 4th West.
Phone Wasatch 22D. ml97'2
I TO borrow. r,;,rio l-'OR TWO op.
three vears on clll edge. Improved real
estate worth $20 ooo. Will tav f, per
lent. Address P. O. box 4SS. city. dM5S
TO DO YOUR UPHOLSTERTNG AND
mattress remaking. Utah Bedding &
I Mfg. Co. Phone 3S3. b302
: .
LAKE HAND LAUNDRY; ONLY HON
e.t work; please try once- Phone 2694
r::i v. i--t South. f4003
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR good
second-hand furniture Wasatch ''.Ml
dl5U
THIRTY TO SIXTY YQTJNG DAIRY
"W. Address or call on II H. Cook,
OH East Second South, room Six. d''l6l
;ViNNTED. Rl'LfABLE SH KTL A N"T
pony. Telephone Was. 1912 d'471
I T THE BEST PRICES FOR YOUR
old elotliop. p,H! B021 a25
YOUR OLD CLOTHING; WELL CALL.
Salvation Army. Phone. t2191
WANTED S ALE S TvrEN"T
ENERGETIC SALESMAN WHO CAN
lake charge of a territory and work;
can make- money with us and bo inde
pendent: safarv. commission and trans
r"rtation paid, irive full particulars and
phone numb'-r for interview. Address
B-l B Tribune. d1S:
SALESMEN - WANTED ONE OF THE
oie:l and best potteries In Ohio has
an extraordinary proposition to cffr to
men of ability capable of handling a
number of salesmen, to handle an up-to-date
boo of premium china. Address C-1B,
Tribune. d2008
WANTED AGENTS
WANTED. HUSTLER TO TAKE THE
exclusive agency I,, Sail Lake City Cor
good proposition. Only those who enn
Invest sfter investigating need apply. J.
A. Brown. Wilson Hotel. d2468
WANTED SITUATION MALE
STOUNG MAN. 24, BOOKKEEPEIJ RB
liable, expert figurine and : Minting.
have had eicht years clerical experience
nanufacturlng concerns, cost, payroll,
can operate comptometer; reference.
Nellson, .616 E. 4th So. d2849
AT LIBERTY, PIANO. PLAYER. MALE.
experienced In moving pictures; win a-
ept position In city or out; steady and
reliable Address C-31, Tribune d2446
Al L-ROUND COL. MAN COOK, HO
tel, mining camp, boarding bouse, pri
vate family; best of references. Address
A-54. Tribune. d665
NO PRIZES. BET LOW PRICES Mo
tor delivery. Success Grocery. Phono
W. 3206 d743
YOUNG ATTORNEY WANTS POSITION
in law office or as collector. Address
C "P. Tribune d2301
GOOD GERMAN SAUSAGE MAKER
wants position. Address C-26 Tribune
d2.'MR
HOUSE CLEANING WOTtK BY THE
day (Japanese)-. Wasatch 17vi-r d237!
WANTED SITUATION FErLALE
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN WANTS POSI
tlou as housekeeper for widower with
children, ddrees box 3112. 18th South
and State streets. d2347
CHRONIC SUFFERERS WISHING FREE
treatment by tin Druglcst Method, ap-pu-
221 German ave. J2443
DRESSMAKER AND LADIES' TAILOR
wishes work for families by the day,
C-1 v. Tribune. , j 0g
c,RE 2 OR ?. CHILDREN. GOOD MmMIO
terms reasonable; 15 Express ave.
w at rloo 1 ar. dl61
LAUNDRY on I N M S1",V( irK KD
.tress C-83, Tribune. d3450
WA NTETJ TO BUY
DRIVING HORSE. WITH BUGGY, ON
farm ror summer months. Ixcelten1
feed and vers little driving. 202 Boston
block. Phone Wasatch 6499. dlf";
TO BUT ACTIVE INTEREST (N MER
chandlse brokerage 01 wholesale com
mission business, Address C-25, Tribune
d2853
J WTED TO FEET
WANTED VVKLL FURNIS IMS iTCOT
tags w'th planoj by drst of July; must
have gas and shade; north bench pre
ferred; man and wife only; can adve besl
of references. Address C-24, Tribune. '
i2.i;2
BANK, BAR AND OFFICE j
FIXTURES
BANK, OFFICE, BAR AND STORE
fixture": spei : d.-.ns submitted on I
epplli Ltlon; houselrolq refrigerators
earorn and pookat billiard tables, bowl-
t)iS ai eyi and sui)lles. BlUllSWlck-
B.!lke- olender c,,.. 1 r. ' to 160 So 4th
West. Phone WhskvIi 4?,K. a40S0
REVARD OFFERED.
MOO REWARD OFFERED FOr' THE
capture and conviction of the person I
or persons who killed Andrew Eri.-kon
at Bingham. June 14, i:L.'. Money Uo. '
r.osltej win, M.iyor Thomas H. Quilhn of I
Bingham ,jj i
GROCERY SPECIALS
GOOD ORE A MERI IC'rmT"
nor, r i; 11.25; 3 boltleil ;.a t;u ;
'" boxes matches, 38c; :: largs uans
en im, 35c. Chicago Store, lie (Vest is
&uUlu- 02846
TOR RENT
FOR RENjrjIOTJSSUNJJC
FOR RENT. . , AA
2-rm.. not mod.. .MO W. 1th North..? 6.00
t-rm.. part mod., 670 7th ave.......
4- rm. brick, mod., 1531 So 11th B . W.00
5- rm. brick, mod.. 738 Wellington.. 17.00
li-rm brick, mod, 427 Fletcher ave. -a Oil
7-rm., pari mod.. 624 So. 2nd West. -0-00
BURT & CARLQUIST COMPANY.
Tc-lcphono 300, No- 40 Main Street.
dllOO
SMALL MOD" COTTAGK. WEELTNG
ton court, plenty sliado and entirely
pleasant surroundings; i!ie Ideal court of
SaU Lake.
8-rooin mod. brick. East '.md Ro.
5-room mod. brick with sleeping porch
and large vard, 1st ave Tnouiro 823 E.
2nd So. Phono Wasatch 6 4Si d87i
EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE, STRICTLY
modern, close in 210 Bast 3rd South.
Apply 212 Brooks Arcade building. Phono
Wasatch 4H6.
d220
7-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. NO CAR
fare to pay. 356 E. 7th South. 126 per
month
Automobile shop, rear or Kearns Bldg.,
will sell on easv terms.
J BAUMGARTEN, 307 Scott Bldg.
d204
f.-ROOM MODERN COTTAGIC, NO. 24
Harmony place ( E. So. Temple).
.127.30 per month. Will bj vacated Juno
80. If vou want It, speak quick. Phone
Wasatch 501. dlBSS
7-ROOM 1 MODERN. GAS. FINE BASE -ment
furnace; rent reasonable to right
part v. 731 South 2nd Ea.U. Hyland
1461-W. d2187
DO IT NOW: YOT'R OPPORTUNITY, IF
reliable; 3G4 B. So. Temple to rent rid
iculously reasonable to reliable party; see
me at once. Dr. Burrows. Continental but
c400
FOR RENT 6-ROOM THOROUGHLY
modern residence; 70 2nd ave. Iniulr,i
F. B Cook, Felt building, or 67 1st
avenue. cM98
5-ROOM BRICK HOUSE, WITH CWL
lar; $12 per month; also 2 -room house,
18. Rear 351 So. State. Inquire Lanfiton
Lime Ji Cement Co.. 346 So. 3rd Wrest.
b03ii
MODERN FOT-R-ROOM COTTAGE,
nearly new, can and coke heater east
side. No children. Phone Hyland 912-M.
(12023
5- room BRICK HOUSE, MODERN,
unfurnished. Hyland 2256-W. 219 M st.
dl74C
23 HOUSES. ALL KINDS, LOCALITIES
and piii.es. Tuttle Eios. Co.. 153 Main
street. 39o
COTTAGES. CLOSE IN; JANITOR
service; 4-room. $1S; 5-room, 122.50.
Wasatch 2037-M. 177
MODERN 8 rooms' AND BATH. $12.3(1
per month. 455 Eaat 6lh South. Phone
P. o Perkins, Semloh hotel. -x0133
Z - room PARTLY MODERN, ON EAST
6th South rent, very reasonable. Phono
Wasatch 41IS-Y. b;,47
3- RM. MOD.. FURN. OR UNFURN.,
812.60. 124 Apricot ave.. bet. 2nd and
3rd North, west of Center St. d371
6- ROOM MODERN BRICK. 3 BLOCKS
from Hotel Utah; 159 4th ave.; $22.50.
d513
4- room BRICK HOUSE, PANTRY,
closet, e. L. fine vard for children. Tn-
nulre 431 E. 4th So. dCTfl
4-ROOM COTTAGE ON LT-CY AVENUE;
$10 per , month. Roth well & McCon
augby. Boyd Park bldg. d634
4-ROOM MODERN HOUSE: GAG
rans-e: cheap. 32'3 Ea.st 5th South
Phone Hyland .t3-.T. d65S
ftvt: room modern brick cot-
tage; lo-0 In; reasonable rent. Appl .
511 1st ave. e d7l"l
3-ROOT STRICTLY MODERN COT
tape, wtth nas; for two people. 630 So.
!?t West-. Wasatch 3S52. d0rt"
6-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE. NO (
Barrows ave Phone Hyland L'!6ri M
d2304
4 ROOM MODERN BRICK" NO S CArI
less court, between Main end West
Temple 7th So. d!156
NEW, MODERN BUNGALOW. PARTLY
furnished; suitable ror small family;
rent $16. 614 E. 6th South. Phone ;t. '
land 923 J. d 1 3nj-
6- ROOM MODERN BRICK, WITH GAS;
and 4 rooms. Inquire 111 E. 6th Bo. St
d2027
STRICTLY MODERN r- ROOM HOUSE
furnished or unfurnished, r.i d. ri
d 2.1 62
$.ta, HOUSE 6 ROOMS, FINE ORDER
88 rent, icnr Induded 227 W. 2nd So
dJ.154
5 room modern BRICK COTTAGE,
nice yard, fruit and shade trees; rood
loc ation. 'all Hyland sv,. 02342
l-ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT; TWO
'ooms Of furniture for tale 815 South
7th Blast d-.'isj
: three-room MODERN CQTTAGB,
bath, light and cellar. 35 N. 1st West.
d200(5
- ROOM, NRW AND ALT," MOD. 421
i ovei dale . .. 4th So. between 3id ami
1 4th East: 11775
L6-ROOM MODERN TERRACE: EVERY -
thing up to date. 423 So. 3rd East.
dl!66
ALL KINDS HOUSES BOR RENT VLSO
hornet ror sale, (jail Wasatch 2J.72.-.T.
d 2.177
7- ROOM BRICK, MODERN. 474 E 4TH
Phone Wasalcb 1074. h2on:
3 ROOMS, 86.00. INQUIRE 1023 SOUTH
fth Blast b3040
8- ROOM MODERN COTTAGE 30? 4TH
aye Phone Hyland 91-W. dl017
MODERN l-ROOM COTTAGE CALL
Wasatch 2411 -Z. b3281
NICE 4-ROOM COTTAGE. C6 K ST.
! c!277
"-room HOUSE. 50 E. BTH SOUTH
Phone Wasatch ::2s-m dl037
$17.r,n STRICTLY MODERN. 4-ROOM
utittagel 852 E. 2nd South dllOS
PARTLY Moo. i.r.noM HOUSE 76 K
sii eot. Newly papered. c2488
EEDBUGS EXTERMTNATED
Gr!HVTK.1';--,1. (-li:an. "reliable:
Call Rice. I.'. K iMt sj0. at. Both phones
. cl997
FUR- TUEE MOVING
" ' SEHOIjJ3 GOOl IS. l 'LA NOS, OF FICB
.K.niture. safes, etc. Alex Pickering
Transfer Co.
TYPEWRITERS
WE RENT TYPEWRITERS. ,
All makes repaired, exchanged and sold
i tab rypawrlter Excnange Co i; West
-nd bo. Phones 4.i0 Established 1904
o2187
COME 8.ND BEE OUR BARGAINS IN
rebuilt typewriters or write for price
list, A gen i.-. uew No. 6 Royal. Btewart
n Co Typewriter Exchange, 88
Weat 2nd So. st. b75'.l
HOUSE CLEANING
NATIONAL ' HOUSE AND CARPET
' aning Co., 139 Blast 1st South. Paper
meaning by sxperta Phono Ben 4856
- p524
VETERINARY SURGEONS
DR. M. J. CONNELLY, VETERINARIAN.
1-6 Slato at. Wasatch 1133; re-. 93 -W.
08441
2i?'Sr
-i" N. teU,o ,t. Vaii',JJt njK
nl-:h.M-l' hoii'-e'fJM ?'fOhfcrBft.
FOR ST'MMRR Mnv;,-Ssm!
furnish,.,, ho i? I 'v'JWm
screeporch. Sf 'SnClft
SIN-ROOM TTff7T--B
TI r REE-ROOM Tr,r;Fpv--Ri
West 7th So.. J'jn Hyl SH
5-ROOM MODF? v tjT BSbbb
hade. ..f .yXSM
FOR nENTFv--W!
roomii o Tri,;;,i1?:rii
FOR RENT-FrjRmHWK
TWO MCet.T "Vrn'B"
for rent In private fvrl, D eV'1
sired: ail modem rw?oL8S
..-1-R. or call at-406 gait bBj
ttTtT c tiBrl
nishod rooms: ittr ;2iBBt'
Elexnn tln AVM5
reasonable. :C!0 s. w. TtiK
3 NICET.Y I'X'RNlroSlito-jjB
close In. grouDd floor, v- TW -
nicely vffnETiSSs-MD'
vatc family, near unlve'iliv
B-.pi. Tribune. anKtt. HB
v-; ' r r-"' " N-1 s h ErTrrfr
suite, also largo U)0m f '
'he i,ca'-e. Wlfff
Fr-RNrsiiED ROOM. Prj:r7BeWl
i:s"e' 5modci'n- Phon "KaialSfcr
NICELY T-T-RMRH'n7our-B 1
thins: modern, nt 216 'W'-'KjjJ
i'NE nr. TV", o '?i"?IN'TlsTiB8iBT!
OCCUny an altraeilVe 'ny
K Hv'aml Jl.j.fi
1-TRNTS1 IED ROCAT tTjB"
family; privllegA 0f bUh. 3kI
NTCEIY FTTtNTs-jrEnTMfKS
Palacehatel. and up. H
2 NICELY T"?.vrr?TnciMoolsiB
em house, strictly Pj vv. Bf
E 1st So. Wa.?atrli ':'V.'-V.' HrJ
NT C ELY FURNlSHro"R0WBfl
TWO DI-l.lOHTVT-L TR0Nt"RE
NICE FRONT ROOM OROlH't
piano ,md ball o- M
FOR PENT --UNFURNlSnjiiBjj
n ! REE LARGE ROoStto1t!!
per month. UK West S'criK
3 ROOMS r t. , w TER ijijR'
:';o P st. " ' J
LOST AND FOf
I LOST ONU i-;:-:oVN MAjHpl
about D''"i lbs yrars cM;H
wire lefi r--"nf 'ot ; ao SBJ"
Ible. Not to. Grand Union :
West 'st North. Phenij WasJllfl
Reward
. FOTTNP v r.MT. fiQLDlf
and chain: M'"nnpr:im TJB':
can have property by deyrfltBn
H
LOST -LADY'S SM.JtTgoIdR:
Waltbam moi emeiit, eoM ISSBS
A. Purkev v,-re t.-hi In'rHrttKiS
R"' -v-:---r. "
ket, c:et reward I BOi
BRACELKT. HAND Rfcj
With five . Ir. --",:' N ' ' ' -''JJ
Kiavfi inside Rrtum to 'Bigj
i i u-.y; ' "i rVjmSs
'''''JBIsiffi!
turn to Trlbuno offle. -IMniri
LOST -BROWN BTTXpQ. FTt
to the name Taft. Ptom ft.
Return to lyo So. 7,f
LOST --vn-RPO V '.AglTff
receive reward. -MI la.
EOSTGREY LTNED SH
collar, t.vo or th' Tr'ajJfcuttJ
LOST'-BR' W.N-f pSlKi
! ,r.T f :-:ov. V FTT.SE Wrr
flee. Return t" 'jKj
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Ar'oh "ngre.' P'Mrlv3tilBhrji
companion, arn ;' ' W'
J! : ! 1 1 f ! e l' 'c-j r' 'I i a TARTTJj
BONDS- INDlSTEJfe
HIROPKACT
iMiiratlm, frf- i MbizZ.
Tn.3p buildinc -Ztibyfl
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