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I PHARMACISTS WILL
GAIERJXT WEEK
Convention of Slate Associa
tion to Begin Two-Day Ses
sion Wednesday.
Arrangements are almost perfected
for the twelfth annual convention of
the Utah Phannaeeutieal association to
be held in this city on Wednesday and
Thursday of next week. Members of
the association and their wives to the
number of 160 will come from differ
ent parts of the stutc to attend the two
days 7 mcetinc nmi will make their gen
eral headqnarore ai the Commercial
, lob, where most of the functions of
the convention will he held.
According to tentative plans of the
local committee of art ii.monts, the
delegates will gather at the Commer
cial club at U o'clock Wednesday,
wiieie they will register. A general
'cet acquainted'-' session will occupy
the firft few hours, after which the
members of the association will be ad
dressed by Governor William Bprj; and
Mavor Samuel '. Park, who will joint
ly welcome the delegates in the name
of the state and city.
On Wednesday afternoon reports of
the various committees oi the orj:au
ization will be read and regular mu-
nne business transacted. Meanwhile
the entertainment committee will chap
d the ladies of the convention at an
Orpheum matinee. In the evening a re
ceptioe and ball in honor of the visit
ing delegates and their wives will be
hold at the Hotel Qtah.
Thursday, in the forenoon, the con
vention wfll EOt down to the more tech
nical feature of its sessions when a
brief business meeting at the Commer
cial club will be followed by an aU
day reading and discussion of specially
prepared papers on topics of scientific
iutorest to druggists.
T he i vention will come to a close
on Thursdaj evening with the annual
banquet of the association at the Com
tnarcial club.
Heads of the various committees in
. harge of the coming convention are as
follows: Thomas Balliday, ontertain
tentj Joy 11. Johnson, arrangements;
tames I. I ranken, executive. The
!' '.Mi.-iuess rroj;ramme is in chaise 01
John Cullej of Ogden, presidenl of the
state association.
lillSV STRAWBERRY
: TAKES RUST PIE
Amos W. Puller of Murray won first
jH' ptbtc in ihe strawberry growers' eompe
liiicin that was held in the Vermont
building yesterday. The pri.e was
" . msH and il and two other prizes were
awarded ly the National Copper bank.
' . W. Knudson of Brigham City won
til.- m ! prize '' $15 and the third
prize of $10 was won by W. J. Sutlier
land of Murray.
J. C. Stay, horticultural inspector for
salt. Lake county; J. Edward Taylor,
horticultural inspector for Utah, and .T.
B. Bachi lor, professor of horticulture
at the state agricultural ''ollepe at
Logan, acted as judges of the berries,!
making Their decisions upon the commer-!
7 cial value of ihe product. There were
many entries, representing the different
frin t growing sections of the state that
were near enough to Salt Lake City to
enter and the choice 'Tales of straw
berries that were exhibited iu the Ver
mont building yesterday caused a great,
del of eotnmont.
Two California men expressed Real
surprise that such berries could be
BTOWn in Utah. '1 never saw anything
like that in California," said one of
them as he gazed in wonder at the. mam
moth berries. Prom the number of tour
tl and del, gates to the Federation of
Women's Clubs convention who saw and
admired the exhibits it was evident that
r.;. they were worth while.
Those who entered the competition,
all of whom broughl berries of unusual
merit . were: .Matthew While, John M.
White, George s. Bat Icy. C. P. Bfcillxnan,
.'. a. Luck, George Christeneen, E!d
ward B. Johnson, I '. Johnson, Mrs. 8.
Bath, Henry II. While. Thomas Telle ins
and Seymore H. Nlff of ( alders Sta
tion; James Christeneen of Hrlgbam
! ; Thomas J. Bolden, of Salt Lake
City; Jessie Granl of' Bast Bounti
in!; .1. T. Lyshgoe, T. McDonald, I. O.
Qunderson and -T;.ccib Cbristensen, of
Murray; Boy Waddoups and Thomas
Argyle, of woods CrosSj t.'. W. Palmer
and FL C. Totter, of Parmington: Arthur
J. Pagg, Edwin S. Beasley and Frank
Prates of Mill ' reek: . H. Maker and
R J Staker, .if Bandy, and David
riei'. Hi Prove bench.
Bach acre of our lives has its .joy.
Old people should be happy, and thoy
will be if Chamberlain's Tablets are
nkcn to elrengthcu the digestion and
keep the bowela regular. These tablets
aro mild and gentle in their action,
and especially suitable for people of
Sj'f middle age aud older. For sale by all
dealors.
Take a bath at Saltair today.
COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS' OUT
ING, Brirham City,
X .': -il I Incursions via Ore-;
H con Short Line. See agents for rates I
and further particulars. City ticket I
u, office. Hotel Utah.
; Pure air, ool and comfortable at i
Saltair. Trains evory minutes.
Free band -on-eit 9ol1 Palace tonighr.
!? IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE !
United Slates for the district or I'uii.
In the matter of Ray B, Hnnchott.
,J , ' vol. bankrupt. In bankruptcy, No. 1468. 1
r.'i i Ilti.r- ., R.,v R Hunchett Of 1
' Bolt tike City. In the county of Salt
, Ijik--. nr.'l di-t'l'-t ar'oresaid. a hank-
Sfflffi' nipt:
... Notice in hercbv slv n Hint on the
!?5JfK, JUi fav of June. 1913, the :-aM Ray B.
'L'; Hanehetl was duly adjudicated lank-
- ; ruot: and that Ihe Ural mctir. of hi
!j, . creditors will he hold at my office in the
Continental M- V . S .It Lake city, Utah.
..n ih,. lot daj of T'lly. Utt, at 10
H o'c-ioek in tii" forenoon, at whlifu time the
' ' :, -. ,-r, .i;:. - .. .it tend, t.ruve their
I mm appoint .1 trustee, examine tho
bankrupt. nl transact such other busi
ness as may properly come before sa.id
Hire tl7-l
CHARLES BALDWIN,
ll'-f ' In Batikruptey.
Salt LaV Chi,, June Mi W d8tj
DIED
'(it .TON- Tn this city. June 20. 1912,
of cancer. Lula Camp Colton; burn gnn.
t ember ft, i87g, in t;tah; wife of Sterling
u Colton and daughter or Richard and
jane Qlenn camp, at on time a resident
or the Thirteenth ward this olty FVlenda
Wlablng to view the remains ean do
at the funeral parlors of Joseph William
Taylor, LM-2.1 South West Ttnple Street
from 12 to i 7. m. today (Friday), after
which the remains wl) he shipped to Ver
nal, Utah, for burial.
JK A Los angel es, rjal., .tune in.
1012. Bepiyc k. Zlnk. aged II years, son
oi .ir. and Mrs. John Zlnk. 909 First ave
nue, this city Remains will arrive Sat
urday niornilin. Notice of funeral Inter.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
BBBR W, HALL, UNDERTAKER AND
loS 164 S" West TemPle- Pnon3
E. O. O'DONXEU, UNDERTAKER
and orntinlmer, hai moyed to new lo
cation. 326-221 South West Temple st
Realty hide Both phone, HSO Q3399
CUT FLOWERS
THE LEADING FLORIST. W. W. KINO
211 TBI. 2nd So. Both phones 37. h97
HUDDART FLORAL CO.. 62 SO. MAIN
at Phones 106. Cut flowers and fu
neral designs. n6S2
MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES
LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM R.
McKentile. Dlaplay yards 448 3o- State
WANTED
WANTED SITUATION MALE
WOULD LIKE A JOB KB TEAMSTER
or Rood Joh-at oirpenter work, or work
on Kentleman's place as coachman or
stableman, fic Address C-30, Tribune.
dseoi
AT LIRKRTY, PIANO, PLATER, MALE,
experienced in moving pictures; will ac
Icept position in city or out; steady und
rslliible Address C-81, Trlbun?. d2115
ALL-ROUND COL. MAN COOK. HO
tel, mlntnf: camp, boardliiK house, pri
vate family: b?st of references. Address
A -64, Tribune. d665
NO PRIZES BUT LOW PRICES; MO
tor delivery. Success Grocery. Phono
W. 3200. d743
EXPERIENCED CHAUFFEUR WOULD
like position. Address 0-35, Tribune.
dL'Sl 4
SECOND-HAND CLOTHING
HIGHEST PRICKS PA ID FOR MEN'S
second-haud clothing, etc. Phono Wa
satch 217S cl097
BOOK STORES
WE BLTT. SEU, AND EXCHANGE
books. "O. & N " Book Store, 10 E.
2nd South. Phone Wasatch 2618. p2R12
No. 9662.
Report of the condition Of
The National Copper Bank
At Salt Lake City. In the state of 1'tah,
at the close of business June 11, 1912;
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts SI, 723,621. 02
Overdrafts, secured and unse
cured 72,641.96
U. S. bonds to secure circu
lation 500,000.00
Otlmr bonus to secure U. S.
deposits 25,000,00
Premiums on I. S. bonds.... 5,000.00
Bonds, securities, etc 330.13L71
BankinR house, furniture and
fixtures 66, 040. 72
Customers' liability letters of
credit 1,600.00
Due from national
hanks (not re
serve agents) . .$195,671' 11
Due from statn
and private hanks
and hankers, trust
companies, and
savlnss hanks . , 2.224.36
Due from approved
reserve agents .. 291,307.66
Clicks and other
C 'j:ii Items ..... 1,520.16
Exchanges for
clearing house . 66,642. 27
Notes of other na
tional banks ... 73,200.00
Fractional paper
i uirenoy, nickels,
and cents 220. 5T
Lawful money re
serve in bank,
viz.:
Spade 266,243.70
Legal tender notes 24,43oOn 947,067.12
Redemption fund
With U. S. treas
urer (6 per cent
of circulation) .. 25. 000. 00
Total f 3,067. 002.53
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in $ 500. 000. f0
Surplus fund 50,000 00
Undivided protlln, Ipss ex
pense and taxes paid 20, 566.45
National hank notes outstand
ing 4S6, 700.00
Oue to other no
tional banks . . 49,954.5E
Due u state and
private banks
and bankers I6X.fS5.69
Individual depos
its subject to
check 1,772,156.11
Demand rertifi-
oates of deposit 37.397 1
Time certificates
of deposit 108.481 12
Certified cheeks . 978.76
Cashier's checks
outstanding . 63,781.90
Tnltpii States d-
i posits 5.500 .89
Liabilities other
than those above
stated. IctterB
of credit 2.490.00 2. 609,736 OS
Total ... -l. 667. 002. 53
State of Ctah. county of Salt Ln-ke sa.
I, Kngene Gll"s, rashier of the ahov
nsmnl ba.nk. do solemnly SWeAT that the
above statement Is true to the best of my
knivh-dge :uid llief
EUGENE GILLS, Cashier.
Correct Attest:
W. w. ARMSTRONG
LAFAYETTE HANCHETT
W V. RICE.
Direct on
Subscribed and sworn ro beffire me this
19th day of June, 1912
(Seal) J. A. MAI.ia,
Notary Pusiir,
ASSE85MENT NO. 3.
O EC Silver Mlninsj i MiUhiK com
pany, piinclpul place of business. Salt
Lnke City, Utah; location of mines. In
dian Springs, Tooele county. Utah.
Notice Is hereby Riven that at a meet
ing of the board of directors of the O. K
Silver lllrilng & Millluj- company, held
on the rh Hoy of June. 1912. assessment
No. 3 of 1 of 1 cent per shere wae 'vled
upon the capital stock of the corporation
iseoed and outstanding, payable on thu
10th of July. 1B12. to the secretary at
his office, 1J35 Beclt street. Salt Lb.k
City, (Jtab.
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on the ISth day of 1
July. 1912. will b delinquent ant ad
Vert Is ed for sale at public miction, and
utile-h payment Is made before, -will be
sold on the 1st day of August, lHlr, at 10
o'clock a. m.. at the company's offir
I to pay the delinquent assessment thereon
together nrlth th costs of advertising and
expense of sole.
R. M. HOLT. Secretary. dlOol
RECEIVER'S NOTICE.
A hearing Will ho hud before bts honor
C W, Morse. Jiidpe of the Third tudldaJ
dlstiict court of Utah, upon the applica
tion to '-orfirm a sale of the merchandise
and property of the W, A. Nelden Drui
Co. in Rccoi-dance with the written bids
submitted to the court and now on file
on W.-iMfr'J.iT, Jon iTitfi. loi'j at i)
a, in. QEORGE E. FORD.
Receiver of w. A. Nelden Dru- Co.
dl772
6
BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS
Almost every transaction of modern business is re
flected in The Tribune Want Columns from time to lime
The buying and selling of realty.
The renting of homes and business locations,
i The hiring of helpers in every line.
Domestic servants cooks, maids, waitresses.
I The finding tit' lost articles.
Securing roomers and boarders.
I Apprentices to learn various trades. '
j Juvenile employees for stores, offices, factories
Jl Business opportunities for buying and selling.
It's interesting to watch The Tribune Wants and a
II careful study of them leads to the accomplishment of many
I desires the solving of man; problems.
" zi
WANTED
WANTED FEMALE HELP
A GOOD STENOGRAPHER WHEN
scekingr r position usually registers at
the nprnlngion Typewriter company's
employment department. We have at
present many tested stenographers en
rolled. From these we will be pleasod
to select one who meets your require
ments if von wilt tell s what thf:ee re
quirements are. No fee. Telephone Wa
satch Hl'02. 172 So. West Temple at.
d25l
GIRL KOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
only one with thorough knowledge of
cooking need apply; pleasant homo for
right party. Call phone Wasatch 193.
d2206
FRETC EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, BASK
ment First Congregational church: to
got you a position froe of charge. Trie
phono Ind. 3)66. Bell 6SS2. 12773
ST 'CORPS INSI Jr7v KCtiUT A H BUS -lness
College preparation tor business
life. Slnrt a course now. Boston bidg .
l-y. night. sl5:iS
BTC A TRAINED NURSE. BARN $18
to J3.r. weekly Train at home In a
short time. Free catalogue. ROCHES
TER NURSES INSTITUTE, 77J ROCH
ESTER. N. Y. dl26
A CAPABLE OTTVL OR WOMAN FOR
cooklns and ironing in the country for
summer. Write Mrs. W. M. O'Brien.
R F D. No. 3. Murray. Utah. dl76C
STEADY. COMPETENT GIRE FOR
genenil housework. Family of two. No.
s ivanhoe apartments. Phone Hyland
.1573-J. d2599
ENROLL NOW AT TIEN ACER'S BUST
D6SS College. School all summer. Day
;ind night Henstons. Positions guaranteed
Get tho best. .12206
SALESLADY EXPERIENCED Tn T.A
dies' ready-to-wear garments and fur
nlahlnga Inquire at New York Bargain
store, 130 9. State Ft. d26t8
WANTED HANDSOME LADY FOR
poics and assistant In a recognized
vaudeville art; good nalary; amateur con
sidered. 102 N. Main st. d2B29
EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; no washing: good wages:
references. F. So Temple. dl984
COMPETENT CTRL, GENERAL
housework, small family. 32 South 7lh
East. C2401
MIDDLE AGED WOMAN FOR CLEAN -Ing
at Sanitarium Baths. 52 W. Third
South street. d245H
NEAT WOMAN FOR COOTCTNO. WAL
dorf Cafeteria. 37fi Mxln st d2597
GOOD GIRL TO ASSIST IN KITCHEN
'.Of. East 1st South. d3688
EXPERIENTED GIRT. FOR PRESSING
and Ironing. Recn l Cleft nine Co. d719
MISCELLANEOUS
DON'T WAIT FTYE YEARS.
BUY CALIFORNIA FULL-BEARING
ORCHARDS NOW.
MONEY BACK IF NOT SATISFIED.
We've almoncis. peaches, pmnes, ap
rlents and Bartlelt pears in the ORIG
INAXi FAMOUS B I DWELL ORCHARDS,
located In the heart of the Sacramento
valley, at Chlco. Cal; S00 cash and J30
per month buys live acres of theso full
bearing orchards, within 1 " miles of the
thriving city of Chlco, population 14,000.
Call at otir office B08 Newhouse bldg , or
phone Wasatch 50i7. for valuable infor
mation and 'acts.
BIDWELL ORCHARDS. INC.
d20S1
BE UP-TO-DATE.
Don't wear chabby Shoes with new
suits Have your footwear neatly re
paired. MONARCH SHOE REPAIRING CO..
21 East Second South. Phone 35R3.
dl745
EASTERN BOOKMAKER AND HORSE
owner solicits co-operation of man of
discretion, with few thousand dollars, for
action at. coming Lagoon meeting. Must
hav bank referenoe- Particulars at per
sonal Interview only. Address B-ol, Trib
une. dlB93
WELL SHIP CAR H. H. GOODS TO LOS
Angeles and one to Chicago and nno to
Portland and on5 to Florida. nct ten
days; very reasonable rates. Kimball Van
A Storage Co., 73 So. Main. a2S0S
HOMES BUILT, REPAIRED. IM
prorad, ceraenl work-, lawna, painting,
etc. Home Improvement Co., W. 2n'l
So. Wasatch 12vV d348G
FURNTTTrRE OF ALL KINDS WANTED:
Will pay you flrst-claes prices. H. C.
Fisher & Co., 165 So. W. Temple. Bell
6171 c25S
ALL KINDS SECOND-HAND CLOTH
Irig. trunks, valises best prices paid.
2? Commercial sL Reply by postal card.
3771 Bell. t74
UTAH JUNK CO. 17 TO 1 TEST PRICK
paid for Iron, brass, ra bottles, rub
ber, copper, etc. R40 So. 4th Wesl
Phone waaatoh 22!. ml972
TO BORROW, sr.f.oo FOR two OR
tbrep years on gilt edtie. Improved real
est.ite worth $20,000. win pay 8 per
cent. Addrebss P. O. box 4Sfc. rity. dl9fio
TO DO YOUR UPHOLSTERING AND
mattress remaking t'tah Beddintr
Mfg. Co. Phono 3R2. b302
lake HAND LAUNDRY: ONLY urix
et work; pleHe try once. Phono 8594
888 W. 1st South. ?4003
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR GOOD
second-band furniture Wasatch BOIL
dlSia
THIRTY TO sTxr YOUNG DAIRY
cows. Address or call on H. H. Cook,
K9 East Second South, room six. d24B4
WILL BUY NEW OR SECOND-HAND
automobile or auto truck. Address
C-3fi, Trlhun. .1 J 1 "
PARTY TO SUA HE i'AR HO('.F.HoT.D
Roolr to San Dioo. Phori" W. 251.
12',19
WANTED. RELIABLE SHETLAND
pony. Telephone Wan 1942, d2471
T PAY THE BEST PRICES FOR YOUR
old clothe. Bell 5021 a25
YOUR OLD CLOTTTTNC . WTLL CAl.T.
s-.iivatior. Army. Phone. t2l9l
GLEANING AND DYEING
SALT LAKE CLEANING CO. . 33l"sb.
State t. Phones 53i 3SSC. 1U2667
WANTED
WANTED MALE HELP
II. R BRIDGE CARPE2NTERS FOR
south, entit and west.
it. il. bridge helpers for south, east
and west.
Quarrymen, 88.60, tiose In.
Machine miners, AmerloailS only
Laborers With bedding. R R. work.
SHEPPARD'S EMPLOY MENT AGENCY,
Phone . 8584, 112 W. 'nd South st.
d2610
WANTED FIFTY TEAM8 AT P. J
Moran barns, .Second Weft between
Eighth ajid Ninth South streets,
ri .'520
WANTED SALESMAN WELL Ac
quainted throughout Utah and Nevada:
can muke 88S0 per month. Call 104
Kearns building.
d2510
WANTED ITALIAN SALESMAN,
well acquainted throughout Utah and
Nevada; ran make 2:u per month Call
40t Kearns building.
d2618
YOU RUN NO RISK WHEN YOU EN
roil at Henagers Business College.
Positions secured or tuition refunded.
Enroll now d2207
BLACKSMITH, 84 no PER DAY; FOUR
bridge carpenters. $:t.n0 per day. Idaho,
free pass Strock'n Emp Agcy., oo W
2nd So St. d2391
BTROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Hotel, restaurant and household help.
Headquarters for laborers.
i West 2nd South. Phones 4AA.
c-743
GOVERNMENT WANTS POSTOFFICE
clarks; carriers; JSii month, examina
tions coming; coaching free. Franklin
institute. Dept. 420 P., Rochester, N. Y
cl517
FREE EMPIXlYMENT AGENCY, BASB
ment First Congregational church. We
got you a pisltlcn fiee of charge. Tele
phone Wasatch 583 t3e5
SHEPPARD'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
"The Red Front," 1L: West 2nd South.
Headquarters railroad and mining help.
Bell .'1524. el543
P ERSONAL ATTENTION AND THOR
oughneaa characterize Utali Business
College tmlninsr. Dav and night. Begin
now, Boston building. 31537
M J. DIXON EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Skilled and unskilled laborers fur
nished. 40 East let South corner Com
mercial. Phone Wasatch p43
SKILLED AN'D UNSKILLED LABOR
ers furnished; also hotel help. 154 So.
West Temple- Wasatch 506. alGiiS
FIVE YOCN'O MEN WITH BICYCLES;
good wages; steady employment ;
chance to learn telegraphy. W. U. Tel
Co. a843
FIND LONE STAR AND GET FREE A
bottle fiafre hnlr tonlo or shampoo with
every 50c barber work. Clean, practical.
664 So. State. dl05C
WANTED no LABORERS FOR 4 TO 5
months at Hvrum Utah; $2 per day.
Apply Lvnch-Cannon Engineering Co..
Dooly bldg il2f.S2
SALT LAKE COOKS' ASSOCIATION
and free employment agency. 66 W. 2nd
South. Hotel and restaurants a specialty.
dt023
25 LABORERS, $2. so PliT DAY, $
hours fhave. own bedding), for Herri -man.
Utah. d2602
ONE FIRST CLASS PATTERN MAKER
at Western Foundry & Machine Co.,
Ogden. Utah. d64 4
WANTED. BOYS FROM 16 TO 20
years old to ranvase in city. Applj
Wednesday, 616 Atlas btk. d2is.i i
FIRST-CLASS COAT MAEER; STEADY
employment for Ko.jd man. M. E. Cole
man, Fort Douglas. d-.HI7
TWO EXPERIENCED NEWSPAPER
solicitors. Apply circulation depart
ment. Evening TeleEram C1035
EXPERIENCED REAL ESTATE SALES
man. Inquire 202 Felt bldg d',1i6
BARBER WANTED AT .". I EAST 2ND
South. d2C97
EXPERIENCED MAN TO WORK ON
farm. Apply 57 E. 3rd South. d2.'.D
PHYSICIAN FOR ADVERTISING OF
flce work. C-34 Tribune. d24T.7
WANTED SALESMEN
ENERGETIC SALESMAN WHO CAN
take charge rr a territory and work;
can make monej with us and b Inde- I
pendent; salary, commission ,md trans
portatlon paid; eL'o fun particulars and
phone number for Interview, Address
R-SS Tribune dlM2;
SA1 ES M E N W . I N TED -' )NE OF THE
Oldest und be.!q potteries in Cihlo has
an extraordinary proposition (o offer t" 1
men of ability capable of handling a 1
number of salesmen, t.-i handle an up-to- '
dnte line Of premium china Address C-16.
Tribune. d2003
M h"RS AGENT. SEVEN FACTORY
lineM. wants salesman posted on house-1
hold good fir this territory; straight
commission paid monthly. "-;:$, Tribune !
WANTED STTTJATTON- JBMVLE
CARE '. OH ' ' f W.I 'MEN. 'Jim'iP. Iu'iMeT
terms reasonable; 315 Express ave.
Waterloo car. dl61
YOl'NG GIRL WANTS" Pi 'SiTlON. AS- '
slal with housew(ric or take care of
children. Address c-40. Tribune. d2598
WANTED TO RENT
r. OB 7-itnoM. STRICTLY MODERN
and we1 -furnished house- northeast
Side) Six months' r.r year's len.se; refer- 1
enc.-.w. Ad'ii't-BH ('-'.). Trthune. d2S91
DRIVING HORSE. WITH BUGGY, ON
farm for summer months. Bxoellenl
feed and very little driving 202 Boston
bioek. Flume Waaatch 6.99. dl9S7
DENTISTS
DR. F. E. MORGAN, DENTIST, .V'2
Bcott building. Opn evenings. dZ6d2
FOR RENT
FOR RENT HOUSES UNFURNISHED
SMALL MOO. COTTAGE, WELLING -ton
court; plenty shnde and entirely
pleasant surroundings; the ideal court of
Ball l ake.
8-room mod, brick. Bast 2nd So.
6-room mod. br'ck with sleeping porch
.md large yard lsl ave. Inulro S8 B.
2nd So. Phone Wasatch C186 WTS
EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE, STRTCTLY
modern close In. 216 Eaut 8rd South
Apply 212 Brooks Arcad building- Phono
Wasatch 4D6.
d220
6-ROOM MODERN OOTTAGE, NO 24
Harmony place f26 E So. Tempi'--)
$27 50 por month. Will be vacated June
30. If vou want it, speak cjutck. Phone
Wasatch 501. (11582
7 - room Modern, gas. fenb base-
meht, furnace, rent reasonable to right
party. 731 South 2nd EasL Hyland
j 1461-W. .12187
: DO IT NOW; YOUR OPPORTUNITY. IF
reliable; 354 E So. Temple to rent rid
iculously reasonable to reliable party, see
rne at once. Dr. Iiurrowa. Continental blk.
c400
FOR RENT -6-ROOM THOROUGHLY
niodern residence; 70 2nd ave. Incjulre
F. B. Cook. Felt building, or 67 1st
avenue. el996
4-ROOM BRICK HerSE. WITH CEL
lar; 12 per month ; Just recently plas
tered Rear risi So. State. Inquire Lang
ton Limo & Cement Co.. 346 So. 3rd
West. M86
MODERN FOUR. ROOM COTTAGE,
nearly new; gaa and i:oke heater, east
side. No children. Phono Hyland 912-M.
d2023
23 HOUSES, ALE KINDS. LOCALITIES
and prices. Tuttl Bros. Co.. 153 Main
etreet. ' a39."
COTTAGES. CLOSE IN; JANITOR
service 4 -room. $18; li-room, $22. -"-O.
Wasatch 2027-M. xl477
MODERN 3 ROOMS AND PATH. $12 50
por month. 455 East 6th South. Phone
P 0 Perkins. Semloh hoteL 2133
3- ROOM PARTLY MODERN. ON EAST
6lh South, rent very reasonable. Phone
Wa Patch 4115-Y. b"47
2- RM. MOD. Ft'RN. OR T7NFTTRN..
f 12 60 124 Apricot ave . bet 2nd and
3rd North, west of Center sL d377
6-ROOM MODERN BRICK, BLOCKS
from Hotel Utah; 159 4th ave.; $22.50
dsm
J-TtnnM BP.TCK HOUSE) PANTRY,
closet, e. 1 . fine yard for children. In
quire 431 E. 4th So d570
4 - ROOM COTTAGE ON LUCY AVFTNTTE;
$10 per month Pothwell & McCon-
aughy, 503 Boyd Park bids:. d634
4 -ROOM MODERN HOUSE: GAS
r;mge, cheap. 326 East 5th South.
Phone Hyland -24 8-J. d65S
FIVE ROOM MODERN" BRTCTC OOT
tage; close in reasonable rent. Apply
511 1st ave. d711
3- ROOM STRICTLY mTvdfrn COT
tngr. with gas, for wc people- 630 So
1st West. Wasatch 3.8"2. d905
6-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE, NO C
Barrows ave. Photic Hvland 1369-M
d2304
NEW, MODERN BUNGALOW, PARTLY
furnished: suitable for small fnmllv
rent $16. 614 E. 6lh Soxith. Phom- Hy
land 92.-1. d130S
6-ROOM MODERN BRICK WITH OAS,
and 4 rooms. Inquire 111 E. 6th So st
d2027
STRICTLY MODERN "-ROOM HOUSE
furnished or unfurnished. .MS D. St.
d233
6 ROOM MODERN7 BRTOK" COTTAGE,
ntce vard. fruit and shade trees, pood
location. Call Hyland 886. d2342
1-ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT . TWO
rooms of furniture for sale. 315 South
7th East. d2184
THREE-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE,
bath, light and cellar. 35 N. let West.
d209fi
4 - ROOM. NEW AND ALL MOD, 421
Lovendale St., 4th So. between 3rd and
4th East. dl775
16-ROOM MODERN TERRACE ; EYERY
thlng up to date. 423 So. 3rd East.
d196C
TWO SrX-ROOM MODERN HOUSES,
close in, no carfare, low rent 535 So.
W. Temple Wasatch 3884-J. d2526
6-ROOM MOD. COTTAGE; GAS RANGE:
walking distance Key, S37 Third Kast.
d258R
6- ROOM MODERN HOUSE COR. 4TH
So. and 13th lOn t . d25S4
8-ROOM MODERN, RATH. $10 PER
mo. 727 East 1st South. d2S99
7- ROOM BRICK. MODERN. 474 E 4TH
So. Phone Wasatch 1074. b2995
S ROOMS. 6 00. INQUIRE 1023 SOUTH
7th East b3040
?.-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE. 309 iTH
ave Phone Hyland 91-W, dl617
MODERN 1-POOM COTTAGE. cTrT.
Wasatch 241 1-Z. b3281
NICE 1-ROOM COTTAGE. 36 K ST
C1277
8- ROOM HOUSE 60 F. 5TU SOUTH
Phone. Wasatch B284-M. d1097
$17.50 STRh'TLY MODERN. 4 -ROOM
cottage. 852 E 2nd South 1 dllOfi
PARTLY MOD 4-ROOM HOUSE. 76 K
street. Newly papered. c24S8
3-ROOM HOUSE CALL 637 SO. WEST
Temple. (12615
6-ROOM HOUSE; BATH, E. L. 238 W.
First South d3614
BEDPUGS EXTTJRjvnNATED
GUARANTEED CLEAN. RELIABLE.
Call Rict. 127 K. 1st So et. Both phones
C1997
73 5555533 roving
HOUSEHOLD GOODS. PIANOS, OFFICE
furniture safes, etc. Alex Pickering
Transfer Co. , 54
TYPEWRITERS
WE RENT TYPEWRITERS.
All makes repaired, exchanged and sold
"t.ih Typewriter Exchange Co 66 West.
2nd So. Phones 430. Established 1904
o2187
COME AND SEE OUR BARGAINS IN
rebuilt typewriters or writn for price
list. Ager.t new No. 5 Royal. Stewart
Oleeson Co Typewriter Exclutnge, 36
West 2nd So. st. h759
REWARD OFFERED
(300 RIfiWARD 'FFKRED FOR THE
capture conviction of the person
or persons who killed Andrew Erlckson
nt Bingham, .Tune It. Ifl2. Money de-r-.uod
with Mayor Thomas H. Qulllen of
Bingham d2452
KALSOMINING.
EXPERT KA UMXiSA
inn; wail paper cleaning, work guaran
teed; insects e-term!n.i.t"d. Wasateh
1081, Office with Hoover Drug Co. Ask
f'ii- William , Furrow. dS27
BOSINDUSTRIAL STOCKS
BUT OR SELL LOCAL SBRrTTH
on easy terms. Meyer, 407 Mclntyre.
d20
VETERINARY SURGEONS
D?iA.X. CX Sr"' yBTBRINARIAN.
- stAte St Waaatch 1133, res. 96. W
d2441
FOR RENT
FOR RENT HOUSES" FURNISHED
STRICTLY 'IvtOTr-'RM FURNISHED
house, piano included; rent reasonable.
210 N. State st. t l!1 after 11 a. m.
d2188 !
NICELY FURNISHED 7-ROOM, STRICT- j
ly modern, hardwood doors, btingalow
finish inside. 342 n. Main Wasatch 8148 I
dl061
I
EIGHT-ROOM modern FURNISHED
house t ? 40. East So. Temple Wa
satch 1702-K b1r2 1
MODERN 3-P.OOM HOUSE. FB9R
nished. 245 6th East. dl674
r.-ROOM. STRICTLY MODERN FUR
nished Iioiifh for ttie summer 23 Har- j
mony place. No children. 1 1 n fl 7 !
FOR SUMMER MONTHS. NEW 7-RM.
furnished house. Wasatch 1616-J. !
f!2150j
FIVE-ROOM. NICELY FURNISHED;
ecrcen porch, gas range. 125 H. streM
c223S
SIN-room PTTRNTSHED HOUSE VERY
close n; modi-rat '. f-nt. W.-i.-ia trh 21 -'-V
d2189
FOR RENT FURN J SITED ROOMS
TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
for rent In private famllv. board If de
sired; ail modern conveniences. Phone
731-R, or coll at 400 EaM 2nd South,
d2170
THE CUMBERLAND. NICELY FHR
nlshed rooms; Inrge, cool and rlr.-in:
reduced rates for summer. 307 East 2nd
So. J? and up dl2fil
THE ALEXANDRIA.
Elegantly furnished rooms with bath:
reasonable. 330 S. W. Temple. Bl! :.'3S'.
o2855
i NICELY FURNISHED fhont rooms
clnae In; ground floor. 41 fl S. W. Tem
pie cl
NICILY FURNISHED ROOM IN PRI
vnto family, near university. Address
B-40, Tribune dl5f7
NEWLY FURNI6HED, SINGLE OR EN
suite; also large room for two. No. 1 i.
Ihe Grace dl77
FURNISHED ROOM, SUITABLE FOR
two, niodern. Phone Wasatch 6138-W,
13S E st. dl962
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. BVERY
thlng modern, at 2IS West 2nd South.
dl nr,i
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS IN
Palace hatel. $2.50 and up 329 So W.
Temple St d2344
2 NICELY FURNISHED Rooms. MOD
ern house strictly private fapilly. 273
E 1st So. Wasatch 2028-M. d2339
COMFORTABLE ROOM FOR LADIES
or gentlemen: hath ami phone. 182 B
street. (?r7
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM3. 459
5th Eri.Mt c3352
TWO DELIGHTFUL FRONT ROOMS
close in 1R flrni'f apartments. d1773
NTCE FRONT ROOM GROUND FLOOR
piano and bath. Waaatch 4707. di!i:
FOR RENT UNTTXRNT SHED ROOMS
THREE LARGE ROOMS. CLOSE IN. $7
per month 106 West 1st North d222
3 ROOMS. E. T... WATER AND TEI.-E-phone,
610. 2S0 B st. References.
d2371
FOR RENT TWO OR THREE TJNFUR
nished rooms. 43S E. 3rd So. St d1070
LOST AND FOUND
T.OST ONE BROWN MARE. WEIGHT
about 1100 lbs.- 6 years old; scar from
wire cut on lefi front foot : no brands vis
ible Notify Grand Union Tea Co.. 5S
West 1st North. Phone Wasatch 51.69
Reward. d236l
FOUND OPEN FACE GOLD WATCH
nnd chain, monogram T n. b . ownai
can have properly by describing, paying
for adv. and reward. 97 Windsor street
d244fi
LOST BLACK WA I. LET. 2 CHECKS
order Svmne-Utah Grocer Co., $26 cur
rency ami private papers of F. L. Wal
ters Reward Symns-Utah Grocer Co.
d2Sfn
LOST. BETWEEN ITH AND 0TH AVE.
on E pt . large velvet handbag contnln
Inp letters addressed to owner, also some
money, Return to No. 7 Ollft place Ko
wnrd. d2634
BRACELET! HAND CARVED, SET
with fie diamonds Name anrl date en
graved inside. Return to this office. Re
ward, din." 7
LOST PAIR NOSE GLASSES, RED
CHse. Call phono Wasatch 882, morn
ings. Reward.
LOST LADY'S GOLD WATCH wFlll
monogram; -valuable as keepsake. Re
turn to Tribune office. Reward, d2297
LOST- -GREY LINED KOLINSKY FUR
collar, two or three weeks ago. Call
51 E. 6th So. d2469
HAIRDRESSING PARLOR.
OLIVE BRANCHE WO'Qfi, S10 KEARNS!
bldg.. Berlin Beanie Bftope. Come In
and have your face washed and Ironed
by the wonderful P.erlin system, all dls
eases of the skin scientifically treated
manicuring, shampooing, halrdresslng ;mii
marcel waving. d2489
VISIT THE VELYETINA SHOP, 62
East 4th South st. Free Instruction
with every treatment. Learn to have the
velvety skin that a million ladles have
by using our system. Wasnteh 3"."1'.
d35S8
BEAUTY AND HAIR DRESSING PAIL
lore, 121 Mercantile annex. Graduate
Prof. Rohrer, New York. Hair goods and
cosmetics Appointments made at voiir
home if desired Was. 4677. di7io
LAWN MOWERS
SHARPEN E I ' N J 1 REPA I RED; BICY
cle repairing: key fitting. Salt Lake
Lock Works Bell 1054. a23S7
LAWN MOWERS S H A R PH N ED AND !
repaired. Fowler's key. gun. blcvcle
nnd novelty works; babj buggies re-tired
US Wet 2nd So. Rell 4980 c2853
VACUUM CLEANERS
ALL MAKES. C. D BATeTSlScRIC
Co., 321 Atlas blk Phone Waa. 272!. n5SE
"SANTO." FOR SALE OR RENT
clfeanliik- dimt;. Stewart-GIeescui Co 3".
W 2nd So. a3.
SAFES AND VAULTS
A COMPLETE LINE 'i.)F SAFES ND
vaults alwaya on band a te-,v second
hand hnfes for sale Write for cln ular
Sbealy Safe & Vault Co.. 41 P. o. pit ec
Q-673
CHIROPRACTORS
CECIL it CECIL, CHIROPRACTORS.
Consultation free. 103 Utah Savings ft
irus; building. an
ACCORDIAN PLEATING
BDNBURST ANdT" BIDE" "pLEATINO
Mir M. M. Jennens. lOi Eaat 3rd So.
ej; Pell phone Hyland 7S7-J. plfl3
CUSHIONS, UPHOLSTERING
MATTRESSES' " AND SPRINGS BE
paired. Salt Lak Mattress & Mfa.
Co. Phonei 3293. piss;
PATENTS
MODELS BFILt"Tnd' ItTDRfIbCTED;
expert workmn nshlp aatlsfaction guar
anlood. jc Nielsen. 67 So. 3tat. a3632
F0R REW
THeAj
1004 Newi,.,USie Afp,, ,( frlMgg
"::'A- :rv';,'! ..V'mS
tV'n'"' l.j--'1 A '- ...5jU(BS
location Z Jm'
Tempi, Lll ijj fJJHg'
meni ;.' eorJ,Lifrr7NK2
per.-h. ' i rt W. 311
o'. :tnl ;i e X?.1'' 1NTBlBW
: 1 ' In ' FrtnS
3 AND 5-nn7)pVr--A'
rvnic ... .,. r,-;: tatjHlP
7 1 M M !CRf7Tr7-B '
flrie location, y p
L A E K V I EW AP TBr'
M07A RT " A P. Rr7p LV
Third V-m r
NEW P..l .rr 'p.TM
rnmns. with dl.iapp.arin.L'Mra
BRrown. 215 South Sni WTsfcf
nick p. rrTTrM.
STRlcrr.T V'TTrtmi
ment; coo! r,,r
dimming. T t-h W-
FOlTR--Rorp,f pTpTuiWlSr
F.-t nth ft, ' K,WfJr
for rent TTrTsmZu
s've Mnrn.'ifin, 230 2nd toEf
rv w-T'FrTTsi iMi:VT?rJ
Janitor Ea8t 'M LKi'
, m-
6-P.OOM MO HE R N p VRTMBlW ,1
N. 2nd TTecf .vantBBfc U'
BASF MENT PT. 1 HOOvft
::.--;.irr no- 'A ;'l
l-ROri- MriTiFr.'N" P',prilBlr1'
South Sth F Rummer ntaB H
MP T .LETT A PA RTMPNTP-t
Eui(u
4- ROOM MODERN t P 1 ptwbM
South MI, -1 . K-iir.ir.rr WJttM "
phme Hyland ;i 0-R. 'fiPi
S22rt; ATTRACTD'E aphLw '
for small i n mil. Nn. ? WaJflW""'1
... r -.-.!- S!
5- ROOM APARTMENT. ittloBW-
Uasr. Phone XV.!.Ht.;h Vui-V. Wr
RENT MOD APT?.. RKBfag
$22.50 to 12.-.". Wasatrh Sffg-R.
MASSAGE. Iff,
V;lp.,i- 1 1 o i -ri- vtbTis'ICK
Personal attention Home -"-""JBer pn1
l...twf-en !J UlBk' h
26oj matn s r::i-::-.T miss HHjftrca;
endnntR Phone W.ifatch t!l!lB
m ass. ace vnp cxicrsBSc
Luxor hotel Hours 9 a. tt !flsn bo,
WE CIVF VlVL' FntilKoRTS
f 1 ea t m en 1 5. Hours fromlOtefcrfiri
DANCING BSJ
dancing "j1 V'BjJj
Adruissimi. ?n!s 2'.'. lallfl -fKJv
and i las5 h.-'.sonc daily lr.tSp
ment of S. L. InP''gLR
.,ifaar ""Jl
PYORRHEA SPECIALfcj
drTr- r v: i '
AM) C'P.AI. iT.orr.?LtfSW t
SIGNS AND SCSIugj
C?Ls' PETEFffO.V. 20 BSr
hours. 2 to 4- -zzZKj H;
ICE ORSAMJf
::223Cor' Jil'. '-'ss
" TIRE REI
OSTEOPAj
' "phiM-'lVu! and burseirt'-JW
LADIES' TAlLfcT
PUBLIC AOSK
bids;. Waaatch i"- I

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