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10 ' TH1 SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, I-RIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 34, 1913. fl
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B j- Office Hours 8 a. m. to 10:30 n. m.; 3 p. m. to 8 p. m.
I BETTER LIVESTOCK
Dairymen Also Elect Officers,
Hear Speeches and Pass
HELPFUL SESSION HELD
-Discrimination Law and Lev
, er Extension Bill Are
Special to Tho Tribun.
, OGDEN, Jan. 2R. How to increase tho
rtfflcJency of the 50,000 cows in the statu
.'of Utah was tho principal question dis
cussed at today's scsulon of the Stato
Dairyman's convention, -which closed,wlth
S-t: the afternoon meeting-. A lnrgc number
jJf' of delegates renminod to attend the joint
session Tilth the dry farmers at the We-
Ibcr academy tonight.
Bon R. Eldredgo of Salt Lake was re
elected president. The other officers
chosen were. .Tohn M. 31111s. Ogden. first
I'lco president: George A. Hbno, Benja
min, second vice president; TV. F. Rudl
ger, Ogden, secretary, and Lewis A. Mer
rill, Salt 1-a.kc. treasurer. Important !
resolutions tending to influence both
state and national legislation wero
-lorn than 100 dairymen were present
$il:, t the Orphoum theater -when President
IfU' Eldrcdge called tho flrat session to order
r-Jt.C at 10 o'clock this morning. A. K. Rlascr
APIS of fc'nlt Lake, an official of tho United
ilK"? States department of agriculture, was
iJrJl announced as the first speaker. In tho
rff'fe discussion of his subject, "The Needs of
VfVH' J Efficlencv in Utah Dairying." Mr. Rlsscr
iSrJ emphasized the needs of the cow. de
M daring that the animal must be well fed,
U'j well cared for and kept in a dry, clean
ife?5 place. With very little effort, according
v$ii to the federal official, tho efficiency of
the 80,000 cows in this state could be
.yr increased $10 per year.
t: "There are many complaints at times
SBtft because wc arc enforcing- tho law," said
WSst Wlllard Hansen, state dairy and food
ipfl-J commissioner, "but we ar goimr to en
iif force it to tho bust of our ability just
fg the same, not only in the interest of con
foe j xumcrs, but aleo with regard to pro
i d peers. We arc going to do our whole
dutv in thlr. matter."
Mr. Hansen talked of the efforts of the
ritaf commission regarding the inspection of
'xSL I milch cows, their surroundings and the
jawi I proper scoring of their products. It was
3IW the offldal'H contention that the law
could not be enforced in Its entirely
JK? without driving 00 por cent of the dnlry-Itt-iN
men out of business, but he added that
Vfc'l it was being enforced to a point where
j; the dairies were producing a higher pcr
STVj centasc of better quality milk and butter
';Vt and also better cattle. Advertising was
i-& j one of the things which Mr. HanEon re-1r'l-
sorded as most Important to tho dairy
fo'i'c; bu6lne"3 of Utah. He raid that, like
'if-J'i horticulturists and dry farmers, the
dairymen should take steps to secure tho
jrojft big headlines In the newspapers and thus
popularise their buslnese.
S . Urges Cleanliness.
'.A i Dcclnring that healthy, clean cows are
tho i-olutlon of the problem involving good
ill;, butter and milk. F. H. BothwcII, connected
Ji. iV with the western dairy division of tho de
partmcnt of agriculture, talked to tho
dairymen on "Market Milk Problems." He
-iA advocated tho liberal use of tho curry
t. t:omb, well ventilated and lighted stalls
and, above all. plenty of hot water In
cleaning milking ulen6lls.
ijj Individual Records.
jffirgj In his address on "Why Keep Individual
'vSiR Records of Production?" Hugh J. Can-
11 !cesPs wo co busy making a living
vPttk fo' a 'ar6 family that I cannot af-
SgftJ ford to work for a cow, so T want the
KCg fow to work for me; but I never can
HI tell whother she Is doing It or not
In a uuleiiB I keep a record. This I always
jrag iio. and cvon my ten-year-old hoy can
Kg toll juot what each cow Is doing, the
2&p amount of milk she la producing and
ftiSlK th percentage of butterfat In the
I milk. I do not understand how any
man can make a success of the dairy
buftlnesa unless he knows the earning
- capacity of his stock. Not only does
3:5 the keeping of a record furnish the
information as to 'what the cow is
W worth, but it glvca tho dalrj'man an
opportunity to improve his animal by
better feeding or perhaps a change of
reiOK food or by a 'oetter bam. T never was
(nilfj good guenser and for that reason I
ife'jHE check up on tho cows right along.
11 Two Are Absent.
tM Pjof. ir. E. McNutt of Uie Utah Agrl
rlS cultural college wac on the forenoon pro
fevji gramme, but did not arrive.
tvlS At the oponing of tho afternoon meet
!&'4i President ISIdredge announced that
34 r. John A. Widtsoe of the Utah Agrl
ilZ( cultural college would be unable to fill
gM his engagement at that session.
?; ' "Tho Selection of the Dalrv Herd," by
VM Vrat. J. T. Calne Til o the Utah Agricul
1 rura' college, wae one of the most lm
Rt? Portant addresses of Uie entlro convon
wA'i. Mon. He advised the prospective dairy
is. Si, men to let br.of cattle alone If he In
jf,..! tended dairying, after which the sclcc--hkif
tlon of his cattle was a matter of four
Vtiuk breeds, any one of which was as good as
t3le otcr- The dairymen. In purchasing
.ml 1 - milch cow 3, woro "Urged to taka no In
iW! terest in eovcn-dxiy records and to be
V-rii careful when piirohaaing even on the
iM:r. twelve-month rerord. In securing a herd
L';' f dairy cattle Professor Calno'a advice
'""fl w to buY grade cows and pure-bred
A:t;V nul,e aftcr which the herd would build
'IP U"U1 Anally tho dairyman would have
, pure-rored herd, as well as much valua
ragfei. "'e experience.
M Jensen on Creamery.
rtti' J1,116 men wcro given something of
I.VW lile creamery side of dairjing when W.
ykgP P. Jensen, preeldont of the Jensen cream-
i'tSttl W of Salt Lake, delivered an address on
!.. Tha "Essentials of Successful dairying
'fea in, Utah." It ran hla belief that wltK
AridS tno Introduction of puro-brcd hullo It'
Ivtiffl would bo possible to double the produc- I
:Jb tlvcncas of Utah dairy cattle within five
ilvjS After showing the raanltn obtained by
Ti lhe testing association organized by th
1 Zia dairymen of Richmond, Cachu county!
Ign! Profcsror W. E. Curroll of the Utah Agn
cultural college urged the formation of
VittH oh organlritlonE by tin dolrv mi
J; throughout tho state. IT ald that not
t;-'f2j only the dairy department, but general
S'-rlS farm method, had been Improved aa a
IJAiS result of tho testing association. Guy M-
fJ;-,;.v Lambert of the western dairy dlvlclon,
iS '-'VS dpartmnt of agriculture, delivered an
llf.Sj address oil the subject of butter scorIn,
T'jnf Ir' l'nbert Is inxChargo of tho butter
iMArl and cflicac scoring exhibit at ths mnnu-
JjfVj facturcro' puro-food show.
; 'f Resolutions Adopted,
Owing to the fact that flp.erctarv L, A.
Mt-rrlll io detained in Idaho bv the" block
aded railroad condltiona, the dairymen
were deprived of that official's annual re
port. The convention passed to tho nomi
nating committee, approving tho officials
Holooied: and, after hoiiio dlscusfllon of
ono r two poctlons, adopted the follow
ing resolution!): " , 1
Vhreao, Th. maj-or of Ogdcn. the
Vobor club, the presp. and citizens!
of Og'len have bcuit largoly responsi
ble for the QUCC0S8 of this conven
tion ; therefore, be It
Resolved. That we, the mcmbera of
this association, extend to them our
hearty appreciation for their offortn
mid for the comforta they have pro
vided. Whereas, Our officers during tho
past w.ir hnvo been verj energetic
In forwarding the dairy Interests and
tho Interests of the association;
therefore, bo it
Resolved, That wc extend to them
a, hearty vote of tbiuika for their
successful efforts in thin direction.
TVhercan. It Is rccognlr.cd that dis
eases In our dairy liords arc respon
sible for perhapu greater loss than
anv other ono factor; and.,
Whereas, Insufficient, efforts are
being put forth to ollminaln disease,
especially tuberculosis and contagious
abortion; therefore, be It
Resolved. That thla association,
through Ita officers, naks more atato
aid for tho control and elimination of
contagious and infectious diseases
among dairy herds.
Whcroa3, Wo recognize cow testing
associations to bo ono of the best
means of attaining efficiency of pro
duction In daily hards;, and,
Whereas, This io a practically new
field of work in Utah, thero being but
one such association In tho state at
the present ttmo; and.
Whereas, The results of the associa
tion show possibility of great im
provement of hei-ds in other sections
of tho state by similar means;
therefore, be It
Resolved. That this association cn
eourago any action on the part of the
stato or federal governments which
will aid in establishing and main
taining cow testing associations In
various parts of tho state.
Whereas. House bill No. -I lias
been Introduced into tho state legis
lature to prevent discrimination In
buying butter fat or milk; and.
Whereas, A similar law has been
found to work beneficially in other
states; therefore, be it
Resolved, That this association in
dorse ald bill and vigorously urgo
Its passage. And, bo it further
Rosolvod, That a copy of this reso
lution be sent to the presiding of
ficer of each branch of the legisla
ture. College Aided.
Whoreas, The present quarters and
equipment of the dairy of tho Agri
cultural college are Inadequate and
unsatisfactory, according, to the stato
dahy inspector; and,
Whorea6, The college is asking tho
state logislaturo for an appropria
tion for a modern dairy building;
therefore, be it
Resolved, That this association, col
lectlvelv .and Individually, urge upon
I the members or tho legislature the
allowance of this appropriation for
constructing and equipping a dairy
building for csmerimental and dem-
! onstratlon purposes at the collego
which will be commensurate with tho
i needs of the dairy Interests of tho
Lever Extension Bill.
Whereas, The Lever agricultural
extension bill, now pending in the
United States senate, provides for
the furthering of agricultural educa
tion through the extension divisions
of the agricultural colleges; and,
Whereas. This association heartily
approves and hereby nxprcsocs Its
hearty approval of th extension work
of the Utah Agricultural collego and
recognizes in the movement a .great
and potent factor for state develop
Whereas. The state of Utah, so
largely undeveloped agriculturally, in
our opinion would especially profit by
the provisions of this bill; therefore
Resolved, That this association vig
orously commends to Utah's repre
sentatives in congress the Lever ag
ricultural extension bill as a meas
ure co-ordinate in Importance with
the bills establishing the agricultural
colleges and the experiment stations;
and, bp it further
Resolved, That a copy of theso
resolutions bo sent to Utah's repre
sentatives In congress.
March to Club.
At tho adjournment tho dairymen,
headed by the Utah Industrial school
band, marched to the Webor club build
ing, in front of which experts from the
Utah Agricultural college conducted a
Judging of dairy cattle under the direc
tion of Professor Calne. The delegates
al30 Inspected a display of butter and
cheese at tho Weber club.
School "Work Exhibited.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Jan. 23. An exhibit of the
work accomplished bv tho mld-vear
graduating class of the sub-high school
and of the work of tho other students
was held this afternoon for tho benefit
of tho parents, Tho entire building was
thrown open to the violtora during the
afternoon, the articles mado by the stu
dents in the domestic science aid manual
training departments being effectively
displayed. At 3 -15 o'clock the students
and visitors assembled in the hall for a
musical programme glvon by the stu
dents, who will enter tho Ogden high
school next Monday.
Forges Small Check.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDBN, Jojj. 23. Because he could not
secure work and thereby support his wife
and child, George Jones, a voung man
who claims Salt Lake aa hiB hbino, forged
a check for 51.7o, nccordlng to the story
he related to Judge TV", IT. Rceder in
the police court thla morning. Jones
pleaded guilty to tho chargo of obtain
ing money under false prctenjeH, Judge
Rceder taking tho case undor advise
ment. The young man said ho wan a
civil engineer, but the only thing which
ha oould find in this -way of n. position
in this city was washing dlehoi on a
Ziou Concern Again Suod.
Special to Th Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 2S. Two more stills hav!
been filed in the local division of the
Second district court against the 7Aon
Co-operative Home Building and Roal
Estate company of Salt Lake. The plain
tlfffl aro Joseph Kmpcek and ITred Brem
lng. The former alleges that tho stock
wan misrepresented whon he was induced
to Invest $1363, whllo Brerning makes the
same accusation with regard to his in
vestment of 3473. The sulta aro for
those amounts with Interest from the
date of purchasing stock.
Boberts to Speak.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDBN, Jan. 23. At the tabernacle
services In this city at 2 o'clock next
Sunday afternoon, B, TT. Roberts of Salt
Lake will deliver an address on tho
question, "In What la TVIormoniem Re
lated to Socialism 7" It la ld that the
address will bo the answnr to a question
directed to 3Ir. Roberts by a prominent
member of the Ogdsri Socialist branch.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDKN'. Jan, 23. The funeral service
for Bishop Grorgii Sinulri, who died "at
his home lact evening, -.i HI be ici( t,
th Eighth ward chapi-1 at X o'clork Sun
day afternoon. Tin; intomwril will be
made In tha Ogden City aiTmlri'.
UTAH DRY FIBERS
ID DI1EI MEET
Dr. P. S. Harris of Logan
Presides at Gathering-; Dr.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN", Jan. 23. Although Governor
Spry and LowIm A. .Morrill, president of
the organization, woro unable to bo pres
ent, tho annual convention of Hits Utah
Stn.lo Dry Farmers association was op
ened ionlght with a joint, .jeflslon of tho
dry farmers and dali;yincn. Their were
about 100 In Attendance, the mooting be
ing held in tho auditorium of tho Webrr
academy. In tho absence of th? presi
dent, who was unablo to reach tho city
because of snow blockades In Idaho, Dr.
F. S. Harris of Logan presided.
President John A. WIdtooo of tho Utah
Agricultural college, who wan unablo to
reach, tho city In time for his afternoon
engagement at tho Dairymen's conven
tion, delivered tho principal add r ash of"
tho evening on "Dry Farming as a
World-wldo Movement." He first, talked
of tho international dry farming congresn
at Lethbridgc, Canada. Then showing
tho extent to which tho problem had boon
considered In nearly ovory country in
tho world. Id said:
But wo do not want to dcnlovc our
.selvos, for tho work has Just begun.
While wo peoplo here in Utah started
the movement. It is another thing to '
keep up with that movement, and wo
must watch ourselves that we do not
drop behind. In throe provinces of
Canada at tho present, time they
have mom dry farm I'xpnrimimt sta
tions than wc have in the whole of
our wcslurn country. It was a race
between the agricultural college of
Manitoba and our own. agricultural
college to see which would lie tho
first to offer a courso In drv farm
ing, but wo beat them by about six
Lon .T. Haddock of the Utah Agricul
tural college and J. W. Pasman of Nephi
talked on tho message and lessons of tho
International dry farming congress.
DRAWS HEAVILY ON CENT.
Idaho Man Charged at Ogdcn With Is
suing Worthless Checks.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEST, Jan. 2?.. With one cent on de
posit In a bank at Malad, Ida., F. B,
Brooks, according to the sheriff's officers,
passed checks aggregating ?77 in this
city today and was arrested for obtain
ing money and goods under fal3o pre
tenses. Tho complaint was signed bv
Henry Wessler, Brooks's victim to tho
extent of $47. and the Idaho man Is
locked in the county Jail.
Brooks, who was formerly in business
at Holbrook, wa3 Indebted to the oxtont
of $27 for cigars purchased from tho
Wesaler Cigar company. Today ho ten
dered a check on tho Malad bank for
$37, receiving from Mr. Wc3slor $10 in
cash. At tho Becker brewery Brooks
tendered a check for ?S0 In payment of
a bill of $1S, requesting tho balance In
cash. V ilien the browcry company offi
cials communicated with the bank by
telephone they were Informed that
Brooks had Just ono cent on deposit
After a complaint had been signed by
Mr. Weeslor, "Deputy Sheriff J. L. Hobson
NEGATIVE WORTH $200.
Photonrnoher Offered Bio Sum for Use
of Canyon Picture,
Special to The Trlbuno.
OGDBN. Jan. 28. If R. L. N'ogglc. a
local photographer, can securo a negative
which he mado recontly and which is
now owned by tho Ogden Publicity bu
reau, he will bo able to collect 3200 as
tho first prize in a competition inaugu
rated by an eastern firm manufacturing
photographic supplies. The photograph
submitted by Mr. Nogglo Is a remarkable
reproduction of the Narrows in Ogden
In a letter from the firm, Mr. Noggle
han been Informed that he will be award
ed tho first priae if the company ih given
the exclusive control of the negative. As
the negative was sold to the Ogdcn Pub
licity bureau along with many others
made by Mr, Noggle, ho is nccossarlly
dependent on the action of that organiza
tion. It is understood that the bureau Is
willing to give up th negative provided
the eastern company -will agree to men
tion Ogden canyon when reproducing the
remarkable picture. Mr. Noggle has -written
the company to that effect.
ON INTERESTING MISSION.
Callfornlan Will Securo Elk Heads and
Hides for Exhibition Purposes. .
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDHN. Jan. 23. On a mission which
will mean a Btay of several weeks In
tho Jackson HoIq country of "Wyoming
S. Morales, representing the California
Academy of Science, was in Ogdcn to
day on route to Jackson, Wyo. Ho will
gather tho hides and heads of elk, which
will comprise an exhibit at th0 Panama
Pacific exposition In San Francisco. Mr,
Morales carried a permit from Governor
Carey to collect the articles needed for
the exhibit. If necessary, the agent will
b0 permitted to kill sonio of the animals
for the jiurpose outlined. After oight
or nine hides have boen secured they
will bo sent to San Francisco to bo
mounted. Mr. Morales stated that he
waa accustomed to 40 below temperature
and therefore had no hesitancy in going
into tho Jack6on Hole country at this
season of the year.
PUBLICITY BUREAU BUSY.
Organization Io Glvlnn City a Boost
While Visitors An In Town.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDI3N, Jan. 23. The Ogdoii publicity
bureau is not overlooking an opportunity
to do some effective boosting for this
city during th0 conventions now In prog
rcno. Every visitor is glvon a copy of
the Arrowhead magazine, containing sev
eral booster articles for Ogdcn and Webor
county, and othor literature Issued by
Secretary T. L. Reynolds of the Weber
club announces that ho has received
Hsvnral copies of "Information iur Ex
hibitors," a booklet cent out by the
Panama-Pacific exposition commission. It
contains information for anv person or
firm contemplating a.n exhibit at the
world's fair and tliq limited numhor of
copies will be distributed to those re
TWO DRAFTS RECEIVED. .
Ogden City Board of Education Is P.Ichcr
Special to Tho Trlbunn.
OGDI5N. Jan. 23, Two drafts aggre
gating 32.91(i.!!G wer0 received by Miss
Ivy Williams, secretary of the Ogdn city
board of education, this morning, the
amount representing this cltj's f27.fiS0.DG
apportionment of tho state money of tha
district school fund and tho ?32G5,10 ap
portionment of the stato land interest
and rental fund.
This city, like all othcr.i of the xlalo,
shared In proportion to Its acliool popu
lation,, which Is 75D2. . Th apportionment
of the two funds was on tho basis of
fO.tfS and 70 cents per capita. Halt Lake,
with a school population of 22,215, re
LicoUfictl to "VVod.
Spcviul to Tlx- Tribune.
OGDEN, Jan. 28. Countv Hcrl: S O.
Dye granted a marriage license ludiiv to
Jacobus Van km marie- and Arnoldlna
Cornelia Un.sselaar, both of Ogden.
The critical Ton. drinkers ap
preciate HEWLETT'S TEAS
because they always have -the
rich, fragrant flavor which only
l.ho firbl, picking of: Japan Teas
Do You Drink Hewlett's Teas'?
r.f: not, in your next order ask
L'or. TT.R'WL'ETT JS and compare it
with the TKA you. have been
Coupon for Rogers' Xriue Silver
ware in. eveiy package.
SILVER CUPS GIVEN
Awarding of Trophies Stimu
lates Interest in I he Big
Spr.clul to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Jan. 2.1. As the final event
In tho awarding of prizes at the poultry
show, the eight silver cups offered by
individuals, business firms and public
spirited organizations were awarded this
morning. The birds with tho silver cups
on their cages occupied somothing of
an exalted position throughout tho clay
and attracted more than ordinary at
tention from the lumdreds who visited
tho show. Tho awards woro as followsr
Cup for sweepstakes pen offored by tho
Weber club,- won by W. L. Bramwell of
Browning-Brainwcll cup offered for
best pc-u of Leghorns, won by Vcrdl
A. M. Van dor Vlle3 cup for best pon
of White Wyandottos, won by A. G.
Snecd of West Ogden.
Cup offered by Ogden Real Estate as
sociation for largest display, won by A.
M. Van der Vllcn of Ogdon.
Stimpson cup for best pen of Rhode
Island Reds, awarded to W. L. Bram
Chamber of Commerce cup for beyt
pen of Plymouth Rooks, won by S. A.
Ellswood of Brighom.
Boyle Furnlturo company cup, award
ed to A. N. Fishburn of Trenionton for
best pen of Orpingtons.
Rlchanlaon-lTunt cup to largost num
ber of birds scoring over 00 xpolnts, won
by S. A. Ellswood of Brigham.
Tho cups offered by tho Webor club,
Boyle Furniture company and Richardson-Hunt
must be won three times bo
foro tho cup becomes tho property of
the exhibitor. The other cups have been
won by those to whom tho awards woro
mado and they do not need to defend
their prize at future shows.
Tho only unfortunate incident of the
show occurred last night whon a large
golden pheasant, the property of A. M.
Van der VlleF, died somotimo during tho
night. Tho bird, which was valued at
52o, was on display in ono of tho win
dows. Thp owner states that ho will
have the bird mounted.
Contest for Medal.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDI3N. Jan. 23. The faculty of the
Weber academy has extended a cordial
invitation to the parents of the students
and the friends of tho school to attend
tho medal content in the auditorium at 2
o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Eight stu
dents, two from each class, will competo
In public speaking for tho gold medal
offered by Peter Kaslus and Irvin Nel
son, who were graduate'd with the class
Mrs. Haight Missing. j
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 23, H. M. Halgiit, re
siding at 237 Twonty-seventh street, has
rcquouted the sheriff's office to make a
search for bis wife, who left her home
yesterday nnd has not been located. The
husband says that his wife had no good
reason for loaving home. Mrs. Halght
wan accompanied by her two children.
She was formerly Mrs. Maud Duncan
Mortcnsen nnd resided at Wcllsvlllc,
Tako tho "direct, road" to health
and strength hj usinjr Foley Kidney
Pills for backache, rheumatism, weak,
sore kidneys and bladder irregularities.
Each ingredient is chosen for its po3t
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troubles. Mrs. ,T. M. Findley, Lyons,
Ga., says: ffT took Foloy Kidney Pills
and they entirory cured mc." Schramm
Johnson, Drugj, "tho novcr-snbatitu-tors,"
five (5) good stores.
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NAISBITT At tho family residence, 375!
Eighth avenue. January 2. ml 55. Mnr
garat Naiobitt. duughtor of Mr. and Mra.
William H. Nalabitt. In hor second year.
Funeral services will be held at tho rosl
denco on Saturday, January 2ii, beginning
at 13:30 p. m. Frlondn Invitod. Inter
ment, City cemetery.
ERIOKSON At 533 North Main street,
January 23, 1012, Wllholmlna Erlcksom
a natlvo of Sweden, of old ugo, aged Si
vcars. Funeral HervlceH will be hold at
tho funeral chapel of S. M. Taylor & Co.
Saturday, January 25, beginning at 11 a.
m. Friends Invited. Intormont, City
TURNGRHN At S10 TCast Eighth South
street, January 21, 1013. Andrew Turn
crcn. aged 71 ycavs, a native of Sweden.
Funeral cervices will bo hold at tho
abovo-montloned residence on Sunday,
January 2fi, beginning at 2 p. m. Friends
Invited. Interment at Mt. Olivot ceme
tery. HENNEFER At 2S0 Kensington avonuo.
January 32, 131 S. William Hcnry
Honnefcr, aged 57 years. Funeral serv
ice.;, will be held at tho resldcnco of
Amos S. Gabbot, HGO South State street,
Friday, January 24, beginning at I p. m.
Friends Invited. Interment. City como
TITHER Tho funeral of Hairy Tlther,
who died in this city January 22, 1013,
;wil! be held this (Friday) afternoon at
2:30 o'clock from the family residence,
611 South Main street. Interment, Cal
TTBRNET Pu n o ral services of Mrs.
Caroline Tierney, aged 73 years, will bo
hold today, January 24, 1913. at 1 p. m.,
at the funeral chapel of Kber W. Hall.
164 South West Temple street Inter
ment. City cemetery.
EBBR W. HALL. UNDERTAKER AND
embalmer. 164 Eo. West Temple. Phons
E. G. O'DONNELL. UNDERTAKER.
and embalmar, haa moved to new loca
tion, 325-227 South West Temple street.
Realty bldg. Phone 5S0. o3399
LARKTN-HULL UNDERTAKING COM
pany; modern chapel parlors. 255 So.
2nd East. Wasatch 5132. Open day and
night. . ml303
C. H. BANKS, UNDERTAKER AND
embalmcr. Hi State, Murray. Phono
Murray 347. n003
st. Phone 100. Cut flowers and fu
neral designs. nl632
THE LEADING FLORIST. W. W. KING.
214 TH 2nd So. Phone S7. b297
McKensle. Display vards. 442 So. Stata.
WILL SHIP CAR H. H. GOODS TO LOS
Angeles and ono to Chicago and one to
Portland, and one to Florida next ten
days; very reasonable rates. Kimball Van
& Storage Co., 72 So. Main. n2S0S
WESTERN JUNK &
Molal company. Highest prices paid for
copper, brass, rubber, bottlcB. etc. Phono
Hyland 2316. 1044 So. State at, :n28Dl
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS WANT
cd; will pay you tlrst-class prices. Fish
er & Robblns Co., 165 So. W. Temple.
Wa-satch 5171. 253
UTAH JUNK CO.i HIGHEST PRICE
paid for iron, brass, rags, bottlos, rub
ber, copper, etc. 840 So. 4th West. Phon
Wasatch 229. rolS73
Prepare for cold snaps by having your
Tootwear well repaired.
MONARCH SHOE REPAIRING CO.,
21 E. Second South. Wasatch 3583.
A FEW UNCLAIMED TAILOR-MADE
suits and overcoats at a bargain.
Spielberg Tailoring Co., 57 W. 2nd So.
TO DO YOUR UPHOLSTERING AND
mattress remaklnrr. Utah Beddinc &
Mfg. Co. Phone 3S3. b2Q2
YOUR OLD CLOTHING: WILL CALL
Salvation Army. Phone. t2191
ALL KINDS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
wanted , Tel. Wa3. SC25. kl084
ALL UNION MEN TO WEAR OUR 52
and S3 UNION-MADE hats, "flats of
Merit" Merit Hat Co.. S1-S3 E. 2nd So.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN FOR A
dramatic company touring Idaho and
Utah: long engagement. Address 3SD
Kensington ave.. Salt Lake Cltv. - m220S
CATTLE. ANY KIND. YOUNG AND FAT
calves, poultry. I ken two .Torov bulls
for service Cown fetched. A. T. Saun
ders phone Hyland 2S74-J. Rear 1415
S. Main. m3110
SECOND-HAND ICR BOX. IN FTRST
olass condition. E-20, Tribune. n237l
BY RESPECTABLE WIDOW, 1 OR :!
chlldrfn to board and naro for; coot
home; no other children. Hyland 405-N.
PARTIES WISHING TO ADOPT A
baby of honorable parentage, phono Wa
satch 52S1. n24f0
Wanted to Buy.
hand ico box and meat block for meat
markpl. Wasatch 4074. nl502
Wanted to Buy Real Estate
WANTED TO BUY LOT ANDl?OUSE
on Ninth East street, off Ninth South.
Give complote details and exact location
and terms. Address C-38. Trlbuno.
5-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE. ON EASY
terms. X. Y. Z., V, Q box 1751
Wanted To "ent.
WANTED TO LEASE FOR ONEOR
two years, a 4, B or 6-room furnished
house, close in; must have bnrn or
rhlckon house, or place for chtokens. Ad
dress E-4. Tribune. n2211
L. BAMBIA. ECBRT:O0CSPJ3CLL
let. 7 East 3t So. a2440
Wanted. Female Help.
GIRLS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. AP
PLY READY FOR WORK AT 3 A. M.
AND 1 P. M. DAILY. TROY LAUNDRY,
421 SOUH GTH EAST.
SUCCESS INSURANCE UTAH Busi
ness colloge preparation for, ounlness
life. Start a courso now. Boston klde..
day or night. cln33
BARCLEY CORSETS ARB LIKE OLD
frlcndar thoy wear well: made to meas
urements: ruarantced to fit. not to break
or rust Wasatch 3091-W. Competent
business women wanted to takw agencies
in Utah towns. 40 Woodruff Apt a340t
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. BASE
ment First Congrogational church: we
get you a position free of charpe. Tele
phono 5822. 2773
WANTED 3 ALL ROUND LAUNDRY
girls; good wages. Appl7 ready for
wonc Murray laundry. , "18
GOOD GIRL TO ASSIST TN GENERAL
housework. No. 1 Wllflcy apts.
GIRL WHO CAN COOK; SMALL FAM
lly. Apt. 1, Prescott n20W
LA DUDS CAN EARN ?S TO ?10 FER
week doing pillow tops at homo. No
experience necessary. Call 554 North 1st
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. No washing, good waercs,
two In family. Hyland 4IS-W. n22I2
WANTED EXPERIENCED MARKER,
steady position, good wages; apnly
Murray Laundry. n2239
GIRL FOR GIDNERATj HOUSE-WORK:
small family. 165 M sv. n222fl
3 EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHERS
for mercantile positions In good Idaho
city; ?65. Remington Typewriter Co
VISIT HBNAGE1VS BUSINESS COL
lego if you want to mco the largest,
best-equlp-pcd and most up-to-date com
mercial school In the state. Visitors al
ways wolcomc. n23S5
WOMAN WTTn GOOD REFERENCES.
experienced in cooking and to do some
housework. Apply 1006 E. 1st South, hot.
10 a. m. and 1 p. m. n2379
WANT ED MIDDLE-AGE D. RE LI A 1 57 M
ternperalo woman for chamber wort-:
255 E. 1st So. H2I3C
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK. NO COOK
Ing or washing, small family; ."C'l Flrf
avenue. n2 120
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUsl
work; no laundry. 60 So. Sth East.
Wanted Situation Female.
desirnK situation as office girl; -an
write good hand and keep small set books
Inquire 1068 3d ave. Phono Wasatch
1337-M. ' n22S$
CONFINEMENT CASES. WILL DO
some housework if necessary. Was
DAY WORK. BY COLORED LADY: Ifil
So. 2nd East. Wasatch -I35S. n2:56P.
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN WANTS
housework or position as housekeeper:
227 Modern place. n2 i.jn
GIRL WISHES TO ASSIST IN HOUSE
work or care for children for board:
apply 1060 PIcrpont ave. n'JI40
COLORED GIRL WANTS POSITION AS
second girl. Call ITyland 1510. 7i2M6
PLAIN SEWING. 1132 3RD AVENUE.
Wasatclt oOOl-W n'JI32
ly guarantee my great successful
"Monthly" remedy; Eafely relIvo3 some
of the longest, most obstinate, abnormal
case3 In three to fiv0 days; no harm,
pain or Interference with work; mall
S1.C0. Double strcnglh. $2. Dr. B. P.
Southlngton Remedy Co.. Kansas City.
LOST AND FOUND.
between Salt Lako and Tooclc. Re
turn to Freed Furniture Co. and receive
LOST LADY'S COIN PURS 13 CON
taluliig $5 and sonio change. Phone Wa
satch G251-J. " n2360
LADY'S GOLD WATCH, MONOGRAM
mi A ncturn lo Consolidated
Music Co. Reward. n2gs;t
Saturday, Jan. 2.-,, :it 052 E. 2d So.. I
will sell i- rooms of beautiful furniture,
fumed oak dining sot, bnfrol china closet
sorvmg table, round dining tabl. leather
seat chairs, beautiful ohina, sllvcrwaro.
Inble llrifn. refrigerator and l..cd
clothes, iron ami brass bnd.s. slngl and
double, dressers, coniinodps. Morris chair
leather Davenport, dressing: tabu., rockors.
Bundarnnd Brunsolrt rug. largo and small
lot of fruit, wall head light lamp, hull
tree, gocart, lai-Ko boy's sledge, curtain"
portieres, sun cots, mattresHCB all like
new. Parlies leave for California Sunday.
Sale Saturday at 10;U0 a. m. Oil stov'
tubs, wringers and everything you want
C. E. OSTBRLOH, Auctioneer.
C. E. OSTERLOH, AUCTIONEER. RKSl
dence, 434 So. Main. Wasatch 2S24-W.
C. L. SEBER MAKES FURNITURE
auction a specialty; consult mc before
selling. Hyland 1317. h22.,2
DR. RCIBRrwTrLLL PORRIIEK
tr?? PBOPI-TTLAXIS. Sit!
KEARTsb KLDG, a2353
Ef- Jfy- 2010'piTcAKprcTA
-cISn,nff- S' L' CtfrP'"- Cleaning Co.. 430
ith East b.3207
ALL KINDS CUT FLOwSrsESH'
' fro"1 preenhouao. Porter-Wallon Co.,
t,M Stat, m373
WantedMale Help. j
A BLWOoTlSO IvHiiK WNPrT"'
tho U. S. mnrlno corp, bBtw?.Ht1
agea or 10 and 3R; inust 6 Mf.ttt?
or havfj ilrat pawero; monthly v
0; additional compensation I ,U W
food, clothing, quarters n4
attendance free: after SO vCir
can retire with 75 por cent i DrV"W
Qllowaucec; sci-vlco on board iSSy
asliore In all porta of tho wo5 0 . M1
at U. S. Marino Coips RecnSiSi"
MS Main nt Salt Lake City, fiufi
DANCELEA BN TO DAN OB WatT
two-step, thrco-atep, taiinht iVrfZ-l
lcsaont: 08 Postoffico place ,
and Weat Temple. Dancing Tu
I hurcday and Saturday nlghtf.
Sally Woodward' tn-tructon:
JAPANESE GENERAL AOENPTd
Help of all kinds furnished pff1 Z
chi3li. 2SG Weat 1st South
IIBN'S UNCALTjED-FOR TAr7
made suits and overcoats at rifS'i
SSsoV Tal,0ri ' "W.l
MEN WANTED TO WEAR oT:
trusses; nt guaranteed. K Drugi
W. aeitiplo am) Broadway. h)n$
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGI4NCT BAI
merit First Congregation a c&rcCT
get you a position free of cbar T.i
Photift Wasatch 5823. TgjyM
TWO MEN FOR AUTO DRrmfli'l
STTRn?tK 8 .MPLOYaiENT AOBNotZJ
Hotel, restaurant and household I Mall
65 West 2nd Kouth, Phon, 1
SSPPARD'S EMPLOYMENT AORvrrt
"The Red Front," 112 West 2nd foS
PERSONAL ATTENTION AND TBOB 1
oughneBs characterise Utah Burtt
Collego training. Day and night &
now. Boston building. JjJ
FTFTY MEN WANTED. eIgTTIhI
South and Tenth East; aewer ffi
Tlousor & Sim, coutractorn. g
MEN. WOMEN-GET GOVERNMEt1
parcel post. Jobs. $20 week. V.'rtU Tfo,i
'n of fJ,oPliIoii? L,"' franklin Im X
Dept. -12S-A, Rochester, N. y. nj'
'JVO LIVE SOLICITORS FOR NUWR'l
paper proposition: men with
nuraery stock cxperienco preferred. j'
ply City Circulation Dept., Evening Ttt'
SATESMAN TO TjUvE ORDERS FOR
custom tailored sulta of clothes
custom mado ohirts in Salt Lake ted
nearby towns. Address D-26, Tribune.
WANT PARTNERS; BIG BUSING-"'
over 100 per cent clear guarantee oiri
ever' 51 invoated. D-ai. Tribune, nll
WANTED 1ST-CLASS MARKER xsS
orlcr. good wages to right paitr
steady position; apply Murray LaunJr.
WANTED EXPERIENCED JULK
stenographer desires work extra tlmV
court roporlintr. bankruptcy yitW'tt
law work, anvlhlng. ET.'onlngB bv
polntmcnt. Shorthand punlls wanlel
Phone Was. 239. A, V, Thomson, lfli'i
Kearnn building. riiS?
: . .!
WANTED A FEW SELECT rUriLS
doclrinc prlvntc lefsons in KngllAS
Phono Wns. 230. A. V. Thomon. Hit!
SOLICITOR CAPABLE OF PRODLTI.VfJ?
results: salary twonly-flvc per wfj
Address E-10, Tribune. nW,1
WANTED- -YOUNG PHYSICIAN YOU
good location In Wyoming; sool rnic-J
tlco to begin with. For particular? Jtj
ciulro of James L. I'ranken. care Draw
ft Frankeu. nyjjj
WANTJSD AN EXPERIENCED K0QK;
keeper. riease don't tnkc up our
unless you can keep book? Adrlrys S-l5
WANTED FIRST-CLASS FOREMAST
on curb and cutter work. Jluet be la''t
actiualnled with even.- detail of the worp
Apply bv letter, Riving referee?,
F.-15. Tribune. rC'
WELL EDUCATED YOUNG MAVJ
stenographer, willing to remain wllj
first-class law firm: mupt be touch or
ator on Remlnslon typf-write''. 575.00.
dress E-16. Tribune. n'ltt;
WOULD YOU LIKE TO SF,E Til?
larecst. best pud most up-to-tlale w-,
mivlal poiiool In tlir sbitn'' Visit Hn-'
at'.cr'H Dusines collets. A'bitors tttl
como any llmo. nah
TEAMSTER AND RARX FORFMAX-l
middle-aged: wife act a? Janitor L
office; cottage of two rooin fiirnUliM,
sober and reliable: first-clais refortnej'
refiulrcd. Applv E-23. Tribune. n?j
YOUTH. 17 TO 20 TEARS 01 J). HISS"
Jcavinc high school nrafcrrcd: mut W
quick at figurop; good prospects: nl,
to learn engineering business advanliitv
Renlv. giving references and salary, j.y
BOOKKEEPER. CONTR.CTOR'S 0!?
flee: must hav- had experience drnlW,
husinfss. Don't rcplv it you cant oo,
the bill. Give references, age, ain' tj-;
pec-tcd. E-2.. Tribune. JJjj
OlT-ICTO BOY. 525. APPt.Y IN A-
tl-.-- dLylsion storekeepers office, u.
SALESMEN. dTY AND . COIWTRP
now nroDOsltion ; guaranifo Jp
month. Inclose 50c for camples ana nut,
I rig. Address E-26. Tribune- Jjff
Wanted Situation Male.
MAIL ORDER EXPERT WOULD LBf
to become connected with b,TviKil
enterprise: can install mall Inrder
In any line of business. Would 1U
cecure an Interview with any on Wffij
esttd. Address A-31. Tribune.
SITUATION AS NIGHT CLERK S
Janitor. Address A-20. Trlbungg
AS BOOKKEEPER. ASSISTANT J$
collector, thorough I0?' f?M0
work. E. E. Hardic, Wasatch
BOY. AGED 11 YEARS, GOWSJ
school, wants a home in PJVy .'l
ilv: will work for hoard. Appry VT
GEJTLEMAN WONTS Ofl
clerk: cap furnish tho beat reIeI$T,
Address D-la. Tribune. . mm
"young man attendtno schoJII
wlHhc a placo to work for Maro-j
room. Phone V.'asatcli 1135. ,m
YOUNG M -N WISHES Jftgjpi 1
cam board and room or - will W MS
for wages. Address fl-21. friutiK
reporters, notaries : public, iw
court and convention repottwi fltf-p.
Walker Rank bldg., .SboP rCiWjB
Phours Oftlcc, Wasatch, 1?3J. ru tfjgm
Hyland 06S-W. M
latest styles, your own Wd. tfWmf
fea there cleaned, curled l nnd ue fttflm
rpasonablo. rp. JJM
Suite 103. 235 Main BF
FTJRRLER AND TAXIJBB
taxidermist Una innde. eo g
R. Stenael lMr Co., ot B.
years In Salt Lak-