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1 ADA COUNTY. IDAHO,
I NAIiSALOONS
"Dry" Majority in the Coun
try Precincts Overcome in
City of Boise.
Special to The Tribune.
J boise. Ida., .inn.? u. Ad-i county to
day voted to retain the licensed sal
by . majority of )7oo. The uiit waged
in this :iiy nnd the country precincts
n;i.-; one of the OlOBt bitter In tile lllSTorv
of the stai-. B"is rolled up a majority
' for thi "wets" that the "dry'' country
precincts could not overcome. Return;,
tonight give the licensed saloon a larger
majority by moo than they received two
ears k'. wlun an attempt was made i..
place this county under operation Of the
'.ooal option law.
The fact that many of the "dry'" rotors
had marir the fiht roi commission gov
ernment for this city, oustim the old
harter sd ministration, with the under
standing that no attempt would be inai'io
to :'ii ;i local option election, caused the
i defeai .( the "dry" Issue, for it was
, fen thai the election loday should imve
heen hold off until later, Riving the com-1
mission eis an opportunity t adopt n
Rtricl regulation plan Ths prohibition
ist beca mo impatient and insisted on
nailing the election, claiming that they
bad to be vindicated ti e charge that
-lie saloon men had offered them $5000
in hold it off.
The "drys" carried nut one precinct
in the city of Boise, bui swepi most of
tiie county precincts. Their majorities
were cm down ii the latter, however.
Ths victory of the "wets," although de
cisive, i being quietly celebrated tonight.
BERRIES BY CARLOAD.
Piovo Company's Shipments Demonstrate
Fertility of Tributary Region.
Speeial to The Tribune.
PROVO, June 19. Besides the berries
ipp-'d o,ii by oififfs ami by vaco.i,
i he Roylancs company of this city is
sending oul one carload of strawberries
iver' day. 'Die iir-,t carload to leave
Provo was went out Monday afternoon;
another car was billed Tuesday; the
rd wenl out this evening Aside from
i he carlol shipment., iaro quantities of
hr crop is sent to the ''alt T,oke markets
and mil, me camps Of the iate h expies?
and teams. I? Is estimated thai at ien'
; wo carloads a' beinp marketed eaeh
day, and this ratio will he kept up until
rb end of the strawberry season, ten
days to two weeks.
Money Well Spent.
Speoml to The Tribune.
PARK TTV. .Itinn 19. The rount.r
'"mriiif siotier? of Wasatch county hae
lupe'ted the work done on the road be
tween Park City and rleber and reel thai
Ifie money expended on this road work
was t el) spent. There i always a kooo
deal of travel by automobile and wagon
OVer tills road In the Kiinimei time ;nri
it is certainly pnn news to the at
people tn know that this road has heen
bettered.
Li I ' I
Improving Bonds.
Special to The Tribune.
park' :itv. June 18. The count
I commissioners of summit county are
Kpendins about jsooo on roads tin:-; sum
mer. A new- road Is to be built to the
reservation eounrrj which will great)
shorten the distance Tin- mad wflll fol
low the rrcvo river as riearlv an po?-
1 slble.
Uudorj?ocs Operation.
I Specia.' to The Tribune.
' PARK CITY, June RV--Mi. Matt
reahey was operated or. yesterday mom
1 Ing h the lorai Miners hospital for ap
pendicitis. The patient rallied rjlccly
irnni the operation and today She Is re
ported to he getting along satisfactorily.
Matt Suev Fined.
crrii to The Tribune.
PA e K "'ITT. June 19. The heaving of
Mutt Busy came up yesterday afternoon
and lie pleaded gtulty to the charge Of
peti; larceny and gambling. .fudge
Grossman Imposed a fine of 5r for the
first oftetife and S2.S for the latter.
Old Folks Celebrate.
Special " The Tribune
AMCRP" U! FORK, Just l" !'r. hnadnri Id
'ii. mar ihn ihtty resn ef x. nt the
vir'nr Bt&lct, were ent'T'gint ! tlie Fon-i'i
-rl cre . K selrn'li'i rsDSst of strsw-
herrlM uid I of arcs in wu vnmA, n4 an Inter-
When Buying, Buy Only the Best.
1 ostfl no rnore Hut c'n'cs the beht results.
IT. L- Blomqui.-si. Eslaile, Wis., says
- -ife eonsiders Fol"v ' Honey and
Tftr ('nmpound the bp't eohjlh cure on
the market. 'She has tried various
!in(? but Foley's gives the best re
-:ilt rtj all." Schramm Johnson Co.
REWARD OFFERED.
REWARD OFFERED FOR TUe"
capture and conviction of the person
it persons who kii'ed Andrew F,ri-kr;in
st Biiij'nam. June H. 1 D1 Monev de
p.jiefj with Mayor Thomas H- Quil!n of
BhTgham. OUSt
KALSOMINING.
FXFERT KAIvKOMINIXCJ and tint
Ing. wad paper oleanlnE; work juKran
teed'. Insects exterminated. wasatch
Oil. Office with Hoover Drug Co. Ak
tr- V.Mlllarr- Porrnw. d27
TAILOR MADE CORSETS
I i RELl. A CORSETS, ONE VKA R'S
guarantee. Mis. Mann, Peery not
10 jtk. 'J to 4. d
LADIES' TAILORS
fTOR PERFECT FIT AND VOPIAN-t-hlp
go to Cederhohn. 41& Constitution
bldg Lowesj ',ricjia. c257
ICE OREAM
KEELET ICE CREAM CO. SMlfICR
. .-ma r.'r.Tl -mk v very vbeie. Phone
Z:"Z or addics3 bOT IT 13. T213S
I QENVEB & RIO GRAKDE
BACK EAST EXCURSIONS,
May 18. 23. 31.
June 1. 5. P. 12, 1B. 20. 22. 2.
July 3. 12. 20
August 1. 2, 10, l3, 31.
Bepternber 4, 5.
Chlcao 55;2
St. Louis ...-t - 9.J
Minneapolis, St Paul 62 00
Omayia, Kansas City 0.00
Denver. Colorado Spr lno-- - 22 50
Good returnine until October 31.
Etopovers. Dlveise Routea.
STEAMSHIP TICKETS
:o ejl part of the world.
I rvdng programrn,- of ioii. mu .-. jinl snoveben
recUJerea,
Big Fete for Fourth.
Spedat to 'j'ho Tribune,
payson. June 19 That patriotism is
5JM dear! in Payaon and llil' Will he a
Rlorlous Indetiendetieo dav celebration
here w;us evident from the sentiment cx-
) prespod at a. mass meeting held in the
Commercial club rooms ibis evenltiR. A
committee of five waa appointed to have
:ha,r?e of the eeJebrntioii and the mem
bers ii iiiia committee appointed sub
commlttees to nmnasre the different fea
tures. The committee appointed this
evening to have frenrrni supervision nf
the celebration consists Mtf. Ra- Con
vent, Mrs Eustace MfndenhatI, Mrs. I
Franlt Pickejlna; M:s WMliam ivr-fon
I and Miss Arniorei Dixon,
Sm-prlse Their Friends.
I ?If. la tO Tfe Tribune.
MI- Ki: AN i DRK, June ;. Jetpj- I'
..! Pjitjonw Hun-en. hetli well
j known and popular .im-. inrortsad their man;
rlanda br quietly pmu? io Ball ',k City
I gattlns nnuTlodi. Aftor .hon honayrooon 'bo
rouplK will mke tbalr ben In .Mneilean Fork.
"ANTED
MTSCITLIxANEOUS
DON'T WATT BTVE EEARS,
! bi;y California ftjli.-bearing
ORCriARDS NOW
MONET BACK IK NOT SATISFIED.
We've almonds, peaches, prunes, ur
I rients and Bartlett pejrs in the ORTG
!l.V.r. FAMOUS BiDW'Kr.T, ORCHARDS,
located in the heart of the Sacramento
I valley, ;i Chloo, Cal; J00 cash find 30
I per month buyn five acre!' of these full
bearing orchards, within 1.2 miles of the
I thriving City of Chico, population 14,000.
Cnli at our "office. t08 Newhouse bldg., or
phon WHFat'h BOit, for valuable Infor
miition and fnotfl.
BIDWKIL ORCHARDS. INC.
d?nU
BE TTP-TO-DAT E .
Don't wear phabhy shoes with new
stilts. Have your footwear neatly re
paired. MONARCH SHOE REPAIRING CO.,
L'l East Second South. Phone 3.",S.''..
dl7i5
EASTERN BOOKMAKER AND HORSF
owner nollr-lts eo-operation of man of
discretion, with few thousand dollars, for
artlon at rnmlng Iagoon meeting. Must
have bank reference- Particulars at per
sonal interview onlv. Addicss B-51, Trib
une. d1H9H
WIM, SHIP PAR H. H GOODS TO DOS
Anpeles nri one to Chicago and one to
Portland and one to Florida, next ten
days; very reasonable rates. Kimball Van
& Storage Co.. 1?, So. Main. aC08
HOMES BFTET. REPAIRED. IM
proved. cement work, lawns, painting,
el-. Home Improvement Co., 631 V. 2nd.
So. Wasatch !1'K5. d:435
FF"RNITi:RE OF KJAj KINDS WANTED.
will pay vou fitst-clas prices. H. C
Fisher & Co.. 165 So. W Temple Ball
51 71 c253
AUL KINDS SECOND-HAND CT.OTH
Ing, trunks, valises; beet prices paid.
2K Commercial St. Reply by postal card
3771 Bell. t74
VTA H .TT'N'K CO. HIGHEST PRICE
paid for Iron. hrn.?s. rags, bottles, rub
ber, conper. etc ?10 So. 4th West.
PlL-vne Wasatch I?!V ml972
TO BORRriTV', $6500 FOR TWO OR
three years on gin edge. Improved real
estate worth $20,000. Will pa.v 6 per
cent. Address P O. box -188 city. d1055
TO DO FOUR UPHOLSTERING AND
mattress remaking. Utah Beddine A
Mfg. Co Phone 383. b30.'
T AKE HAND DAUNDRY. OMIT HON
est work; pleane trv once. Phone 2 r. f 1
32i W 1st South. N003
HIQHE8T PRTCES PAID EOR c-ood
second-liand furniture. Wasatch 6011.
dl513
TinrjTV TO SIXTY" YOUNG DAIRY
i ows. Address or call on h. H Cook.
S9 East Srorni South, room six. dH5
Wit J FT" Y XFv OR SECOND-FIAND
automobile or auio truck. Address
C 3fi, Tribune d":,'
PARTY TO SHAREAR HOt'RrTHOT.D
so.id.- to San Diego Tell W. 254.
d:r,i9
WANTED. REDTABDE SHETLAND
pony. T-h-phone Was 1042 4471
I PAY TTTtn BEST PRIfTRS FVDR YOUR
old clothes. Bell 5021. a25
YOPR ODD CoOTVPNG; WILL CALL.
Salvation Army. Phone. t2l9l
WANTED SALESMEN.
ENERGETIC SALESMAN WHO CAN
take obargs of a territory and work;
can mnlc- money with us and be Inde
pendent: salarv, romm'sslo an(i franc.
portatlon paid: give full particulars and
njtone number for interview. Address
B-ss Trlpune. c11842
SALESMEN' W A NTED ONE OF THE
oldest and beet potteries ln Ohio has
an extraordinary proposition to offer to
men of ability eapable of handling a.
number of Falesmen, to handle an up-to-date
ll-ie of premium china Address C-16
Tribune. , d2nnn
MTRS, AGENT. SEVEN FACTORY
llnee. wants salesman posted on house
hold goods for this territory; straight
commission paid monthlv. C-38, Tribune.
d'J',41
WANrTED AjOENTS
WANTED, HUSTLER TO TAKE THE
exclusive agency in Sa.lt T,ake City for
good propoftllion Only Ibosa who can
Invest after lnventlratlng need apply. J.
A. Brown. Wlloon Hotel. d24SR
WANTED SITUATION MAiE
AT LIBERTY. PIANO. PLAYER, jLTle
exprifinced in moving pictures, will ac
cept position In city or out: steady and
reliable. Address C-31. Tribune d2 445
ALL-ROUND COL. MAN COOK. HO
tel. rnlntng camp, boarding house, pri
vate family; best of references. A-ddress
A -54, Tribune. d665
NO PRIZES. BUT LOW PRICES; MO
tor delivery. Success Grocery. Phone.
W 3206 d745
EX PER I EN CED '"'HATrFFT'TR WOULD
like position Address C-3e. Tribune.
d251 t
1 i ri I S EC L E A NTNG WORK BY THE
'I'll- ( .Tapatiese). Waxatch 178?-R dL'RTO
WANTEDSTTUATION TMALTJ
DRESSMAKER AND iXodS- TTLOR
Wishes work for famlll- by the day.
C-18, Tribuna 4 ?4 is
CARE 2 OR 3 CHILDREN. GOOdTiOAIeT
terms reasonable; S15 Express av
Waterloo car. dl81
WAJJrED.to BUY
DRUHNGORSE. WrTFTBUYOV
farm for summer months. Excelled
feed and very little driving. 202 Boston
block. Phono Wasatch 649. dlP37
TO BUY aCTTVE interest'in MER
chandlae t.Tokra.ge or wholeeale com
mission business. Addreao C-2C. Tribune
ansi
JATEDTO RENT
WANTED WELT. FT'RN"! K HED"cDTD
tare with piano, by first of ruly; must
have gas and shade; north he.nch rre
'rred ; map and wife only; can gi-e besi
of rof'-ynn-c Address C-24, Tribune.
d2.",". 2
CLEANING- AND DYEING
SALT LAKE CLEANINO CO., 2M SO
sta.te sc. Phones s.ui dh':,i. ' m.ss;
BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS
Almost every transaction f modern business is re- j
fleeted in The Tribune Waul Columns from tune to time
I The buying and selling of realty.
The renting l homes and business loealious.
The hiring of helpers in every line. !
Domestic servants eooks, maids, waitresses.
The finding of lost articles.
Soi'iirinrr roomers and boarders.
Apprent ires to b jirn various trades.
Juvenile pmplovoos Por stores, offices, factories.
Business opportunities for buying and selling.
Tls interesting to watch The Tribune Wants ami a ;
careful study of them loads to the accomplishment of many
desires the solving of many problems.
WANTED
WANTED FEMALE HELP
A GOOD STENOGRAPHER WHEN
seeking a position usually registers
the Remington Typewriter company's
employment department. Ws have al
present matjy u-.steti stenrsi pliers en
rolled. Brom these we win he pleased
to select one who meets your require
ments if you will tell Us what these re
quirement are N'n fees. Telephone Wii-sntr-h
2202. 172 So. "West Temple t.
dJ531
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK,
only on with thorough knowledge of
cooklnp need applv; pleasant home for
rlpht partv. Call phone Wasatch 1003.
d220;
EREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, RACE
ment First ( :ontrreKatlonal church ; we
Ket yon a position free Of charge. Tele
phono Did. 36D3. Bell 5S22. t2773
SUCCESS INSURANCE - UTAH BUS
Iness ("l)ege preparation for Ptislnesa
life. Start a course now, Boston bldg..
day. night. sl53S
BE A TRATNED NURSE. EARN $1"
to 535 weekly. Train at home in a
short time Free catalogue. ROCHES
TER XI USES INSTITUTE. 773 ROCH
ESTER. X. Y. H"6
A f'APA RLE CTRL OR WOMAN POR
eooktng and Ironing in the country for
summer Write Mrs W. M O'Brien.
R. F D. No, 3. Murray. L'tah dl762
FIRST-CLASS LADY DEMONSTRATOR
from east would like po3ltir,n . Would
handle s;ood salahle. article Address f"-37.
Tribune. d2636
ENROLL NOW AT HENAGER'S BDSI
ness College. School all summer Dy
and nicrlit sessions Positions guaranteed
Get the best. d20
WANTED HANDSOME LADY FOR
poses and assistant in recnc-nlzed
vaudeville net; good salary; amateur con
sidered. 102 N. Main d2B29
LADIES TO RETAIL HrOH-CTSS
line ip city. Those wlKhlna; to estab
lish permanent trade preferred; 115 A'e
atidna npts. d23S7
WANTED. TOT "NO GIRT, TO ASSIST
with housework !n family .,X two. 427
Douglas a.ve. ill HI
EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework no washing; good wages;
references Ills E. Teifipl. dnS!
COMPETENT GIR.L, GENERAL
housework, small family. 32 South 7th
East. c2401
MIDDLE AGED WOMAN FOR rxEAN
Ing at Sanlta-rlum Baths. R2 W. Third
South street d2i.;G
wanted! tTady OVER20 years"
must he Ttr. heavy, willing to leave
city Scott. Sin MrTntve bldg. d24M
TWENTT MANGLE GIRLS: FOVR
flrsl class bodv Iron era Apply Model
Laundry. d2470
GOOD GIRL TO ASSIST TN KITCHEN.
"SOB East 1st Rrnith. d2B88
EXPERIENCED CTRL FOR PRESSING
and ironing. Regal (""leaning Co dTlO
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
EBER W. HALL UNDERTAKER AND
embalmer. 164 S West Temple. Pnones
1019. d3
E. G ODONNELL UNDERTAKER
and embalmer, ha$ moed to new lo
cation, 225-227 South West Temple st.
Realty bldg Both phones B80. Q3380
CUT FLOWERS
THE LEADING FLORIST. W.W.KING,
214 E. 2nd So Both phones 37. b297
HDDDART FLORAL CO., 62 SO. MAIN
st. Phones 106 Cut flowers and fu
neral designs. nl632
MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES
LARGE BTOCK TO SELECT FROM. R.
McKenzie Display yards. 412 So State.
VACUUM CLEANERS
ALiTmaKES. C D. BATES ELECTlilC
Co.. !i21 Atlan blk Phono Was. 2724 n685
"SANTO ' FOR SALE OR RENT:
cleaning done. Stewart-Gieeaon Co.. 3tj
W. 2nd So. a344
SAFES AND VAULTS
COMPUTE LINE OF SAFES AND
vaults always on hand. A few necond
hand safes for aae. Write for circular.
Shealy Safe & Vault Co., 41 P. O. place.
0 2673
KEY-FITTING
KEY FTT TrLOCK workT bic yT
Ole Supply Co. Phones Bell 362S. Ind.
S29. o761
OSTEOPATHY
DrL CL AITje'r mDLE OSTEO PA ! I I
physJeian and surgeon: suitd 210 Kearns
Mdg. Hours 9 to F. c2947
ASSESSMENT NO. 3,
O K. PIKer Mining &. Milling com
pani, principal place of husinesp. Salt
Lake City. L'tah; location 01 mines, In
dian Springs. Tootle county, L'tah.
Noth It her.'bj' nh'en that. At a meet
ing "f the hoard of directors of the O. K.
Silver Mining & Milling company, held
on the 4th day of June. 1912. assessment
No. 3 of i of ' cent per share was levied
upon the capital stock of the corporation,
issued and outstanding, payable on the
loth of July. 1912. to the secretary at
bis Office, 1235 Beck street. Salt Lake
City, Utah
Any stock unon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on the loth day of
Julv. 112. will b delinquent and ad
vertised for ale at public auction, and
unless payment la ma4e before will be
sold en the 1st day of August. 1912.. at 10
o'ciork 3. m.. al. the company's office,
if, r,a; ih delinquent assessment thereon,
together with lie costs of advertising and
expense of sale.
R. M H( LT. Secretary. di"5l
Tribune Waint Ads Pull
WANTED
WANE- MAiEHEaP
WANTED FIFTY. TEAMS AT P. J.
Moran barns. Second West between
Eighth and Ninth South streets.
dZ520
WANTED SALESMAN WELL Ac
quainted throughout Utah and Nevada;
can iiui If' ?2o0 per month. Call 401
Kearns building
d2510
WANTED ITALIAN SALESMAN.
won acquainted throughout Utah and
Nevada; can make 1260 icr month. CaJl
104 Kearns building
d2.-.12
YOU RUN NO RISK WHEN YOU EN
roll at H onager's Business College.
Positions secured or tuition refunded.
Enroll now, d2207
JAPANESE WANTED. ROTLERMAK
ers, machinists and helpers for round-hoii.st-
work, out of town. Address C-J8.
Tribune. d2370
BLACKSMITH, $4.00 PER DAY; FOi R
bridge carpenters, 18.00 per d-ir. Idaho,
free pass. Strode' a Emp. Agcy., l: W.
2nd So. St. d2391
ST ROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Hotel, restaurant and household help.
Headquarters for laborers.
65 West 2nd South. Phones 464
c74S
GOVERNMENT WANTS POSTOFFICE
darks; carriers; S8C month, examina
tions coming; coaching free. ' Franklin
Institute. Dept. 429 P., Rochester, N. Y.
cl617
EREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. RASE
ment First Congregational church- We
get jtou a position freo of charge- Tele
phone Wasatch '.S22. tS65
SHEPPAR D'S EM P L OYM ENT AGENCY
"The Red Front," 112 West 2nd South
Headquarters railroad and mining help.
Bell 3.r.34. elr.43
PERSONaT! ATTENTION AND THOR
oueluies -. '-haract erlse Utah Business
College training Jhv and night. Begin
now. Boston building. sl5!i7
M. .1 DIXON EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Skilled and unskilled laborers fur
nished. 40 East 1st South, corner Com
mercial. Phone Wasatch rr.ss p43
SKILLED AND IN SKILLED LABOR
em furnished; also hotel help, lot So
Wert Temple. Wasatch 566. al95S
ETVE YOU KG MISN"wiTII rToyCLES,
good wages; ptedv employment;
chance to learn telegraphy. W. U. Tel
Co. 2S43
KIND LONE STAR AND GET FREE A
bottle sage hair tonic or shampoo with
e ery 50c barber work. Clean, practical
C64 So. State. dl056
WANTED 60 LABORERS FOR 4 TO
months at Hyrum, l'tah, 2 per day.
Anph' Lynch-Cannon i;n:(n"erlnK Co..
Dooly bldg, d2B33
SALT LAKE COOKS' ASSOCIATION
and free employni-mi a.-;encv. 56 W 2nd
South. Hotel and restaurants a specialty
dl022
ONE FIRST CLASS PATTERN MAKER
at Western Foundrv & Machine Co ,
Ogdeti, Urtah. d644
EXPERIENCED CREDIT MAN. AP
ply after 10 a. m., J. G. McDonald
Chocolate Co., 159 W. fird So. dM30
wantf:d, boys from 19 to 20
years old t' canvass hi city. Apph
Wednesday-. SIS Atlas blk. d215!i
TUrO EXPER1ENCET") NEWSPAPER
solicitors. Apply circulation depart
ment, Evening Telegram. 0IO86
WANTED 30 LABORERS FOR TRENCH
work. McKay & Reed. 42S Felt hldp.
d240
CARPENTERS WANTED. ADDRESS
P1. W. Carpenter, "are T'tah-Tdaho Ruar
ar Co , Blaclcfoot, Idaho. d243
EXPERIENCED PEAL ESTATE SALES
man. Inquire 203 Pep MrlR dtlli",
DRUMMER, BUGLER AND SPIELER."
Mehesy I bea ter. '74 Main st.
SPECIAL EDITION MAN. TWO GOUN
t.ry papers. Address C-27. Tribune. d2862
PRESS FEEDER WANTED. IMPERIAL
Printing Co., 37 P. O. place d2337
WANTED--LARGE DEILIA'ERY BOY.
484 Eat 2nd South. d2640
EXPERIENCED MAN TO PTORK ON
farm. Apply 5 7 I" Srd South. d:.r,?,0
BARBER WANTED AT 84 EAST 2ND
South ,i3.ni
PHYSIOTAN I'OR ADVERTTSINri oy.
ri-e -nrk i'-M Tribune. d2457
MASSAGE.
M ASS A G E KO R PARTICU LArT PEOP T , E
Treatments ertven at home, strictly pr1 -ate
Personal attention. Vapor baths,'
ciertri.: vibratory, etc. Can Wasateh
2624 between and 12 a. m. c3629 !
260 MAIN STREET MISS HELD, MAN
lcurlnp and mas'aj. experienced at
tendants Phone Wasatch 1249-M. dir,0?l
SHAMPOOING , MASSAGE. MANK'JUR
ing and vibratory treatments; 821 Al
bert Hotel, Wasatch ex. 207. d252G
WE OTVE FIVE FREE BEAUTY
treatments. Hours from 10 to 12. Wa-I
satcb 1 86 1 ' 32687
- DANCING
DANCTNQ EVERY fvenTng At"""80
p. m., Tdeal hall, US PosiofflcH place- i
Admission, gents 25c ladies free. Private
and class lessons dally. Under nanaire
ment of S. L. Independent band. dl52S
PYORRHEA SPECIALIST
DR ROBERTTV HATxTFYRRlilcA"
AND ORAL PROPHYLAXIS. 620
KEARNS BLDG. h.2353
SIGNS AND SCENERY
CHAS. PETERSON, SO RICHARDS ST ,
trass. chipped glus8 and puJnt'bd, Both
FOR RENT
FOR RENT HOUSES UNFURNISHED
FOR RENT. , . f nn
5-rm., not mod . .510 W 4th Norta.. J;W
4-rm., part mod., 670 7th ave..---.- f.'''
i-nu Wok, mod . 152.4 So. llth m...
r,-rm. brick, mod.. 738 Wellington.. " "
U-mi. brick, mod. 127 Fletcher ave. 35 0
7-rm.. part mod.. H24 So. 2nd Wt . -o.OO
Bl'RT & CA.RLQUIST COMPANY.
Telephone 350. No. 40 Main btreot-
dllOO
SMALL MOD. COTTA ?E, W EI -LINO-ton
court: plent shade and entirely
pleasant surroundings; the ideal court of
Salt Lake.
8-room mod. brick. Bast 2nd So.
r.-room mod. brlct with sleeping porch
and lartre yard, 1st ave. Inquire 822 E.
2nd Sn. Phone Wa.satch 64S8. d876
FIGHT-ROOM HOUSE. STRTCTLT
modern. rlns In. 318 East 2rd South.
Aprb' 212 Brool6 Arcado building Phone
Wasatch 4116.
d?20
7-ROOM MODERN TIOPSE. NO CAR
fare to pay. 888 E. 7th South. $25 por
month.
Au'omoblle shop, rear of Kearns Bldg..
will yell on easy terms.
J BAUMGARTEN, 307 Scott Bldg
d204
B-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE, NO 24
Hnrmotiy place f 725 E So. Temple).
$27.50 f,r month. V"t II be vacated Juno
30. ir you want it, speak quick. Phono
Wa-salrh 501. dlii82
7-ROOM MODERN, OAS, FINE BASE
metit, furnucc' rent, reasonable to rlpht
party 731 South 2nd East Hvland
1161-U- d2187
I0 IT NOW, YOUR OPPORTUNITY. IF
reliable; 3S4 F. So Temple to rent rid
iculously reasonable to reliable party; see
me at once. Dr. Burrows, Continental bl.
c400
FOR RENT- -G-ROOM THOROUGHLY
modern residence; 70 2nd ave. Inquire
F B. Cook. Felt building, or 67 1st
avenue. cl99R
4- ROOM BRICK HOUSE. WITH CEL
Iar, $12 per month; also T-room house.
S8 Rear 331 So. Slate Inqulro Lanston
Lime & Cement Co.. 346 So 3rd West
bose
MODERN FOTR-ROOM COTTAGE,
nearlv new; pas and OOks heater, cast
Side. No children Phono Hyland ni2-M.
d2023
5 - ROOM BRP'K HOUSE, MODERN,
unfurnished. Hyland 2266-W. 310 M '
dl74f
23 HOUSES, ALL TdNDS, LOCALITIES
and prices. Tultle Bros. Co.. 153 Main
street. a?95
COTTAGE. CT.OSE IN; JANITOR
service; 4-room, $18; 5-room. $22.50.
Wasatch 2027 -M. xl77
MODERN 3 ROOMS AND PATH. $12.1,0
per month. 455 East Sth South. Phone
P. O Perkins. Semloh hotel. x21-t3
3-ROOM PARTLY MODERN. ON EAST
6th South- rent very reasonable. Plmn
Wasatch 4118-Y. b347
3- RAT MODm ETRN OR UNFURN..
$12 50 124 Aprteot ave.. beL 2nd and
3rd North, west of Center st. d377
6- ROOM MODERN BRTOK, I RT,OCKS
from Hotel Utah; 159 1th ave ; $22. o.
d513
4- ROQM BRICK HOUSE, PANTRY,
closet, e. I fine vai-d for children. In-
nnire 431 F. 4th So. d570
4 - ROOM COTTAGE ON LUCY AVENUE;
$10 per inn'h Bothweji & McCon
auirhy. 503 Roy.l Park bldg. d634
t-ROOM MODERN HOUSE: GAS
ranire cheap 326 East 5th South
Phone Hyland 84S-J. dflSS
FTVE ROOM MODERN BRTOTC OOT
tape. close in., reasonable rent. Applv
r,II 1st ave dTTl
3- room stricttTv7-Tf?)rir:RN cot
taore -with srps; for two people. 53 S"
1st West Wasatch 3852 d!F5
fi-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE. NO. f.
Barrows ave. Phone Hyland 13B0-M.
d?104
NEW. MODERN BT'NGATOW, PARTLY
furnished; suitable for small femllv:
rnt $1. R14 B 6th South- Phono Hv
land 923-.T. dl.105
6- ROOr MODERN BRTCK, WITH GAS;
and 4 rooms. Inquire 114 E. 6th So st
d2f)27
STRICTLY MODERN" 5-ROOM HOUSE
furnished or unfurnished. 1 R D St
d233
5 ROOM MODERN BRICK COTTAGE,
nice yard, fruit and shade trcs; good
location. Call Hyland SSS. d2$12
(,-ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT. TWO
rooms of furniture for sale. 315 South
7th East. d2184
THREE-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE,
bath, II5IH and cellar. 36 N 1st West.
d2006
4- ROOM, NEW AND ALL MOD. 421
Lovendals st., 4th So. between 3rd and
4th East. dl775
16-ROOM MODERN TERRACE. EVERY -
thing up to dale. 423 So 3rd East
dl966
TWO SIX-ROOM MODERN HOUSES,
close in, no carfare, low rent; 588 So
W. Tefnple Wasalcb 33S1-J. d2626
ALL KINDS HOUSES FOR RENtTALSO
homes for sule. Call Wasateh 2173-.I
d2377
7- ROOM BRICK. MODERN. 474 E. 4TH
So. Phone Wasatch 1074. b2995
3 ROOMS. $6.00 INQUIRE 1023 SOT"TH
7th East b3040
S ROOM MODERN rOTTAGE 309 tTfl
nve Phone Hyland 91 -W dl617
MODERN 4-ROOM COTTAGE? CM I,
Wasatch 211 1 - Z b32l
NICE 4-ROOM COTTAGE 3 K BT
cl?77
C-ROOM HOUSE 50 F BTH SOt.'TH
Plvne, Wasatch 32S4-M. dl097
$17.;.0 STRI'TLY MODERN 4-RO( M
cottage. 852 E 2ml South. dUQE
PARTLY MOD. 4-ROOM HOUSE in k
street. Ncv.'ly papered. C24S8
ESDBTJGS EXTERTvnNATED
guaranteed' ' clea'nT" reliable'
Call Rice. 127 E. 1st So. st. Both phones
C1997
r jy'yioYQ
HOUSEHOLD GOODS, PIANOS, OFFICE
furniture, safes, etc. Alex Plckerlntr
Tranr-.fer Co. 'cS84
TYPEWRITERS
WE RENT TYrEWRLrERSr '
All "nak'rs repaired. eXchiinRed and sold
Utah Typewriter Exchange Co. ei? west
2nd So Phones 130 Established 184)4,
oJ187
COME AND SEE OUR "BARGAINS IN
icbuilt typevrtters or write for price
list. Agents new No. 5 Royal. Stewart
Gleson Co Typewriter Exchange. 36
West 2nd So. at. " 15759
BONDS INDUSTRIAL STOCKS
BUT OR SELL IXC.VL"E(TJRITDXS
on easy terras. Meyer, 407 Mclntyre
. ' d20
VETERINARY SURGEONS
DR. M. J. L'ONNELLY.'vTERIN.IAN
486 Slate st. Wasatch 11.13; res. P5-w'
d2441
BOOK STORES
WE BDT SELL AND EXCNOE
books. "O. & N." Hook Stors, 10 JE
-nd boutiu Phone Wasatch 2618, 1613
FOR RENT
FOR RENT HOUSES FURNISHED
SJRICTLV MOD . 7?RM. FURNISI I BD '
house, piano IncludM; rent reaonablo
210 N. State st. Call after 11 a. m.
flsisa
NIOF;ir I-TRNISHED 7-ROOM, STRICT-
ly modern, hardwood floors, buncalow
finish inside. 342 N Min Wasatch 8148, 1
dl061
EIGHT-ROOM MonriiN- FURNISHED I
house. 1240 Eat So Temple. Ws-rab-h
1702-K. b1602
MODERN "ROOM IIOT'SE. FTTR
nlehed. 248 6th East. dl57!
B-ROOM, STRICTLY MODERN. FtlR
nlehed house for the summer. 2f. Har
mony place. No children. dl697
FOR ST'MMER MONTHS, NEW 7-RM.
furnishd house. Wasatch 1818-J.
d21S0
FIVE-ROOM. NICELY FURNISHED;
screen porch, gas range. 123 H. utreet.
c223S
STX-ROOM FT'RNTSIIED HOT'SF; VERT
Close in: moderate rent, 'aiatrh 21 -W.
d2ino
5-ROOM MODERN HOUSE: LAWN.
bhade etc., for .lulv and August. 140 4th
East d2868
FOR RENT. FURNTSHEri 10-ROOM
rooming hons-. Inquire BJIko Uotei.
d?461 I
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
TV-O NICELY FTRNlSUED ROOMS
for rent In private family: board If de
Slred; all modern eorrvenloneefi, Plu.ne
731-R or call at 406 East 2nd South.
d2179
THE OUMBERLAND. NTOELY FUR
nlshed room; larcv oOO .uid clean:
reduced rates for summer. '.UC Bast 2nd
So. $2 and up. d!261
THE ALEXANDRIA
Elegantly furnished roonm vrlth lath:
reasonable. 330 8. W. Temple. Bell i'3v
o2S3.-,
2 NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS
close in; ground floor. 415 S W. Tem
pi, cl
NTOFTY FURNISHED ROOM IN PRI
vate familv. near university. A.ddresn
B-4rt. Tribune. di:97
NRTT,r FURNISHED, SINGLE OR EX
suite: also large room for two. Nn. 14.
the Grace dl877
FURNISHED ROOM. BUITABLE K".R
two, modern. Phono Wasatch 51.88-W.
I3S E st. dim;:
NTCELY FT"RNISHED ROOMS. RVERY
thing modern, at 216 West 2nd South.
dIO'U
NICELY FTTRNI SITED ROOMS TN
Palaro hat el, $2 50 and up. 329 So. W.
Temple St d23I
3 NK-ELT FURNISHED ROOMS, MOD
ern house, strictly private family. 273
E. 1st So. Wa.satch 202S-M d2".r,0
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. 469
Bth Ea.st. c-3352
TWO DELIGHTFUL FRONT ROOMS.
Hose In IS Graee apartments d177S
NIC E" FRONT ROOM. GROUND FLOOR,
piano and bath. Wast-b 4707. dlS18
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED ROOMS
THREE LARGE ROOMS. CT76sFriN.""$7
per month. 106 West 1st North d323
3 ROOMS. E. T... WATER AND TE1 )
phone. JhO. 20 B st. References.
d2371
FOR RENT- TWO OR THREE UNFUR
nlshed rooms. 43! B. 3rd So St d1070
LOST AND FOUND
LOST--- ONE BROWN" MARE, WEIGHT
about 1100 lbs.; 5 years old, car from
clre, cut on left front foot i BO hraUdB vis
ible. Notify Grand Union Ta Co.. 58
West 1st North. Phone Wasatch 8188.
Regard. d2.".r,
POI ND OPEN FACE GOLD U' T'"'H
and chain, monoprrani T N B. ; owner
cati have property by describing:, paying
for adv and rrvrarn 007 Windsor street.
d216
LOST --LADY S SMALL GOLD WATCH
Waltham movement . cold bands: Nellie!
V Purkey scratched in ba-k with pin.
Return to W. L. Garrison, Success mar
ket. fet reward d25S
LOST. BETWEEN 8TH AND 9TH AVE.
on E s., Iarc velvet handba;i rcmta.tn
Insr letters addressed to nnnr, alw some
money. Return to yjo. 7 oil ft place. R1-n-ard.
d2."'3
LCiST OR STRAYED PROM Ff PTT-T
East hotel fOX terrier pup. white and
xvcariic; barnesi. Return ;nd receive
reward. d2.43
BRACELET HAND CARVED. SET
wltb fle diamonds Name and date en
praed inside. Return to this office Re
ward, rl 1 H 7
LOST - -LADY'S COLD WA T"H WTTTI
rnonogTam: valuable as keepsake. Re
turn to Tribune office Reward. d?C7
lost SATURDAY, LARGE PEART.
neekae Return 3nl Tribune bldsr and
reroivn reward. d'.'.,.""
LOST GREY LINED KOLINSKY FT"R
collar, two or three weeks afro i""all
"1 E 8th So d24'tO
LOST -BROWN ' J'OODLE. ANSWERS
to the name of P.rowni. 212 E. Ith So.
Wasatch 2137-W. d2474
LOST BROWN PT'RSE FN POSTOF
flce. Return lo post mast er Rewnrd.
d230n
HAIRDRESSING PARLOR.
H.IVE RRANOHE WOOD. ;:i0 KEARNS
hidp. . Berlin Reaute Shops Come in
nnd have your face washed and ironed
by the wonderful Berlin system; ai dis- '
eases of The skin sclentlficaUy treated;
manicuring, shampooing, hatrdreeslng and,
marcel waving. .d2t39
VTSIT THio VELVETINA SHOP. 62
East 4th South st- Free Instruction
with every treatment. Learn to have the
irelvetl skin thai ; million ladles have I
by U6iri: our system. Wasatch 8538.
, 1
BEAUTY AND HIR DRESSING PR
lors. 121 Mercantile annex Graduate
Prof Rohrer New y,-irk. H?lr goods and
i osmetic Appointments rhade, at. rour
home if desired v'a.- 4fi77 dl740
CHIROPRACTORS
CECIL & CECIL. CHIROPRACTORS.
Consultation free. 403 Utah Savings &
Trust building dl3
-
ACCORDIAN PLEATING
6UNBURST AND SIDE PLEATINO.
Mrs. M M. Jennens. 508 East 3rd So.
t Ball phone Hyland 787-J. onu 1
CUSHIONS, UPHOLSTERING
MATTRESSES AND SPRINGS RB
paired. Salt Lake Mattress & Mfg.
Co. Phones 3239. pl555
PATENTS
MODELS" BUILT ANT. PERFECTED-.
expert worKmanshtp; satisfaction guar
anteed. E. Nielsen. 87 io. State. a36S2
LADLES' TAILORING
Ui;SSONS GIVEN IN DESIGN,! N'.:,
cutting and fUtlnc of ;idi' snr-r.cn' .
Apply at 86 E Ith So. o2:: ;.
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
J. P. OODDARD. C P. A., A 1 :D1TING
and general ac-oi)ntanc . oi2 Mclntyre
Wds. WasaLch B16i ciOSJ,
FOR REnt9!
ARTMir
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v,',','-'v rT' t,JvBb
A pij y v., ' ,; tP .
Ani';.:,', ;;; ;fgK
ton hMg. - i A
. Furnished rl2"5J 4
Kearns h)Yu- y
i ylu lu'VRBr
i close In. :-::,) JT'. ; 'rK '
11- " IS7i-x o, ,?T?
i ,a r it vi . r-MLtt
' ''sW
MZ VRT XPTnTMF-Aii
v- Met mEn.
In- y,,K ,-mk
VFTV PA1 TF, p7TiS
Wasnch 010-p 9
STRTOTLY :-hrTlMPl
Cum-nlni- Wnsatr!, H
FOi R - p.no r I np-'Mf'90
hr- :. Janitor' ;K-
ments. Ftm Sth Fr ' .R
2 -ROOM MOT'K RN F j rTji C
RCA t 'T in-l "si ' v MF.TiA2!
1.1th East ant :n SemtH
ia nltnr " W
fi-ROOM -T-T.-r.v APAhTBsbI
N. 2nd Ttc. J
PA SEM ENT A P f .
at npl V W
4-room miWr,n'
Soulb 8th E.Tt; umrnrnH
phone IT ),-,nd fiP-P.. I
mii.i .v.-r r a prrTMft-7
988-P
1 ROC.iM MODERN' XPARTssa
Soul)-; ;ti, E;.sf. j'Kotr jsWTJ:
phone Hyland filS-R. Mn-
' r r , r ttvf:
for nil'.- N'n J leB yj
mnt, rd : r. r...ar A f. fe;
! f.-ROOM PARTMFN'T. 'A' WiU.l
I ;";t:. T',-,- r. 3':'-8jP
RENT MOD APTs! -TtB
J22.S0 to iUSnJXimUs1MF!at
BOARD
NEW TEMPT. F KOTTL Wjj
modem, miflde reows: Bf
flirnlylie- exrllanf uh VsB
,.p 1" 71" V T"" r' "pArT
Rrunt in rv,?D raift
men. sleeping porch- iesBB
i boa P n a n ' i f;oom, BlRtc:
j Rooin;. JI 5" u,"- -C'-j:
! NICELY FT RN7SHED 38fmwJ
board for genll( man, t"1 8T0"
em. So jr.! Ea?t. Mj-Rt
mmpTTrn ft RN.-.hWJ JBrn:
breakfast and dinner -'- L! y
N ICET.Y F IJRNI JKh
or without i -srd.
..y-.oi xt n n TS, RjjN:
O w-ithou! yr''t .BWE
MRST-LAS.S RH'M "''SmSgvp
V7ater. home ronlcin?. f"K B
KARCE "FRONT fOM,,
flavs ho- "'sM,t'
Hvland 2211-R :K
"r""'1,r:"' Vim il
nk"- y " fFf njs Sep iffV
cnoklnir: W J- "
- P r o xt b nmTnrfcJ
so. 4th KrT
LAWN M0WKJT
"i " : Jj:'" P--M.
DOG KENNfi1
j N T E H M ' P Njr UN f
! M hill" remodeled - 'iJ'f?
I Ea5t. rZZ::KkJ'
HIGHEST hlnrP
ntCi' "J" BsKOfr
ern, baths, loo. fT

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