The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah on March 6, 1937 · Page 10
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Salt Lake City, Utah
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Mr. Seller, Meet a Million Buyers on These Pages! THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1937. A Few Pennies Ad Turns Idle Possessions Into Dollars A TINY WANT AD TURNS YOUR DON'T WANTS INTO SPRING CASH! State, Local Obituaries Esther Hansen Larseii Mrs. Esther Hanseu Larsen, 83, wife of Lars Larsen, died at the family residence Friday at 2 a. m. of causes Incident to age. I The residence Is at I21G3 Fifth East [street. I A native of Sklen, [Norway, she was born July 12. 1853. a daughter of Mr. and [Mis. Hans Itigalsen. [She came to the ! United States In 1870, settling In Chicago, [where sho lived until [coming to Utah to jmake her permanent residence In 1009. I Besides her hus- Ibanrl. she Is survived Ihy three sons, Hubert ! R. Larsen, Salt Lake >Clty; George I. Lar. sen, San Francisco, 1 and Harry E. Larsen, :West Yellowstone. : Mont,; two daughters, "fcMrs. Lorenzo Harris • ^and Mrs. J. M. Harris. McCammon, Idaho: 27 grand children; two nlsters, Mrs. Elizabeth Hansen and Mrc. Emma Larsen, Chlcajro, and a brother. Olaf Hansen, Norway. Funeral services will bo conducted Sun- nay at 3 p. tn. in the Dcscret mortuary. 36 East Seventh South street, with Bishop J. F. Sheffield of ihe Wells L. D. S. ward officiating. Friends may call nt the mortuary on baturdny and Sunday prior to time of ser vice. Interment will be In burial park. Mn. I.nrsen the Wasatch Lawn Ma sou Turner Funeral services for Mason Turner. 711, a former hrlck mason residing at 1719 Lake Btrect, will bo conducted Sunday at 12:30 p. tn. In the Richards t,. D. S. ward chapel by Bishop Harry Os- korson. Speakers will be Dan S. Gardiner and George Arbnckle. Friends may call ftt the home of a sou, G. E. Turner. 1749 Lake street, Sunday from 10 a. Tn. until noon. Burial will tnko place In Wasatch Lawn Burial park. Mr. Turner, who died at his residence Thursday at 1:52 p. m. of causes incident to age, had been a resident of Salt Lake City for Ihe last 49 vcars. He was a member of the Woodmen ot the World, camp No. 338. Mr, Turner Lazaro Belmoiite Zubiri Lazaro Bclmontc Zublrl. 5P-, formerly a rancher <xnd stockman ot Cherry Creek, Nov., died In a local hospital Friday of complications arising from ulcers of the duodenum. His residence here was at 2(17 Tenth East street, where ho had resided the last 19 years. A native of Spain, he was born February 17. 1878. and had been in the United States for mnny years, where he was engaged lu tho livestock business. Surviving are his widow. Mrs. Jane G. Zublrl: three daughters. Miss Grace Zublrl, Nevada; Zt-lln, Inez and Marva D. Zublrl, and a son, Leslie B. Zublrl, all of Salt Lake City; four step-daughters, Mrs. G. Yturrla, Grand Rapids, Mich.; Mrs. E. P. Jennings. Fallon, Nev.: Mrs. Harvey Corbclt, Ely. Nov.. and Mrs. J. W. Hughes, Salt Lake City; a nephew. McGllI Zublrl, Salt Lake City, and s. sister. Miss Martha Zilblri, Buenos Aires. Argentina, South America. Funeral services will be conducted Sunday ftt 2 p. m. in the Rlckctts-Allcott mortuary chapel. 344 East First South street, with the Roy. T. G. Lllley, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, officiating. Burial will take placs in the family plot itt Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Friends may call at tho mortuary on Faturday afternoon and evening and on Sunday prior to time of services. Prudence Segler Huiilcr CEDAR CITY—Funeral services for Mrs. Prudence Segler Hunter, 42, wife of David Hunter of Cedar City, were conducted Thursday In tho Cedar City Third ward L. D. S. chapel by Bishop Samuel F. Lulgh. Mrs. Hunter died Tuesday of heart disease following a prolonged Illness. She waa born In Mississippi, July 24, Ififl4. a daughter ot Howcll and Elasvce Leona Segler. In 1908 her parents were converted to the L. D. 3. church and ahe came with them to Utah. Tho family rc< sided In LaVerkcn. When a young woman Mrs. Hunter moved, to Cedar City, where ahe was married to David Hunter on July 7, 1926. She Is survived by her husband, three brothers. James, Hardy and Walter Segler, all of LaVerken. and three sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Hopkins and Mrs. Nettie Mulltnor, Cedar City, and Mrs. Mattle Spendlove, Hurricane. Interment was in Cedar City cemetery under direction of the Southern Utah mortuary. Elza E. Lambert KAMAS—Funeral services for Mrs. Elza K. Lambert. 78, widow of Richard Frank Iln Lambert, who riled Wednesday In Mesa Ariz., of pneumonia, will bo conductet Tuesday at 1:15 p. m. in the Kamas L D. S. ward chapel. She was bom in Bountiful, January 3 1859, to John and Mary Page Woolsteu hulne. Several years later the family mcvo< to eastern states and ten years later re turned to Utah. . Mrs. Lambert had been active In L. IX S church affairs, having been president o the Kamas L. D. S. ward Relief soclet for 20 years and president of tho Mutua association for several years. At the tlmo of .her death she was con nected with L. D. S. temple work at Mesa She Is survived hy tho following son Bnd daughters: Mrs. Elva Eudora Jones Salt Lake City; R. Franklin and John A Lambert. Kamas; Ira C. Lambert, Mackas Idaho; Reuben C. Lambert, Princeton. Pa. and James W. Lambert, Jackson, Wyo. Also surviving are tho following brother and sisters: Mrs. John Turnhow mid Joh ^Voolstenhulne, Kamas: Reuben Woolsten hulne. Burley. Idaho: Mrs. Vallna Larse and Mrs. Olive Simpson. Marlon, Utah: Mrs N. L. Corbctt. Salt Lake City: Thomas E Woolstenhulne. Susanville, Cal. Mrs. Hai nah Lewis, Spanish Fork, and Koyal Woo stenhulne. Oakley: 24 grandchildren and on services. Burial will be In Marlon cemetcrj Friends may call at her farm home 1 Kamas from noon Saturday to lime o great-grandchild. Amy Derrick R. Ne^vlon BOUNTIFUL—Mrs. Amy Derrick Rume Newton. 50. wife of Charles W. Newton o West Bountiful, died at the family horn Friday morning following an operation. She waa born in Salt Lake City. Marc! 14. 1886. a daughter of John H. an Ursula Derrick Rumel. She moved to Boun tlful In 1927 and had been an active worke In the I*. D. S. church, serving as preslden of the Wnst Bountiful ward Young women' Mutual Improvement association. For th past two years she had been preoldent the Daughters of Utah Pioneers. Surviving are the husband, two (laugh ters. Elinor and Evelyn Newton: and a son Richard Rumel Newton,, all of West Bom tlful. Two brothers. Ernest D. Rumc Salt Lake City, and Walter D. Rumel. Kan Has City, Mo., and two ulsters. Ethel Rume pnrt Bertha Rumel, Salt Lake City, ala survive. Funeral services will be conducted Sunda »t 2 p. m. In the West Bountiful L. D. a ward chapel by Bishop Thomas E. Wlnega Thft family requests the omission of flower Joyce Marie Smith PAYSON — Joyce Marie SmMh. 15-mont old daughter of Lloyd Leo and Ida Wlltn Cloward Smith, died Friday of pneumon )n tha Payson genera! hospital. She was born In Payson, November 2 10.15. Besides her parents, she Is survived b four brothers and sisters: Quln, Lyn Colcen and Shcron Smith, and her gran parents. Mr. and Mrs. Baaslt Smith. Funeral arrangements will be announce Eliza Hitesman Harris NEPHI — Mrs. Eliza Hitesman Harris, fi widow of Evan Harris, riled at the fami home Friday, following a lingering Illncs Funeral arrangements are awaiting wo from relatives. Mrs. Harris was born February 1!>. 186 in Salt Lake City, a daughter of Dav B. and Harriett Jackson Hitesman. She cam to Nephl when 13 y;ara of age. and w married February 28, 1885, to Mr. Harrl She Is survived by the following so and daughters: J. E. and LaVon Harr Nephl: Lorenzo Harris. Salt Lake Clt Henry Harris, Ogden. and Victor Harr Llnwood, Cal.: 12 grandchildren, three crea grandchildren and three sisters: Mrs. Vila Jones, Nephl: Roje Phillips. Salt Lak City, and Emma Harris, California. Edgar L. Wood Sr. WALLACE. Idaho <AP) — Pneumon claimed tho life of Edgar L. Wood Sr., 5 Hecla Mining company construction supe tiiteiutent, her* Thursday night after wick's Ulricas. He was a former city councilman and count* commlHloner tor (our terms, Bart Baldwin BEAVER—Funeral services for Bart aldwin, 54, road builder of Beaver county nil Puffer lake highway supervisor for he past eight years, ill be conducted Sat- rday at 2 p. m. in n« Beaver L. D. 8. ast ward chapel by Ishop Clyde L. Mcs- tiger. Mr. Baldwin died at s home Wednesday a heart attack. He as boni In Beaver, eccmber 28, 1882, n of the late Hyrum id Jano Cartwrlght aldwln. He married hrlstlnc Paxton of anoah, December 27, 905, In Fillmore. The uple lived in Kanosh 10 year before mov- g to Beaver, where icy have o!nce re- dcil. Surviving are his Iciow and 12 sons id daughters: Mrs. lossle Johnson, Mrs. Mr. Baldwin thel Blackncr, Mrs. Dora McMullln, Mrs. ladys Skinner, Lois, Betty. Ida Mac, Shlr- y Bubble and Jlmmlo Baldwin, all of eaver: Mrs. LuRne Adams. Cedar City; art Baldwin Jr., Tohachapt. Cal.; 10 grand- lildren; live brothers, Thomas, William, eubcn and Ira Baldwin, Beaver, and Berard Baldwin, Paragonuh. Frederick Barr Sheets Funeral services for Frcilerlck Barr beets. 34, former resident of Salt Lake ily, who died Wednesday In Los Angeles, allowing a long Illness, will he conducted uuiay at 12:10 p. m. In the Joseph William aylor mortuary, lllshop R. A. Brower will 'flclalc. Burial will be In Clly cemetery. Mr. Sheets wus born in Salt Lako Clly, anuary 1G, 1003, to Frederick L. and lliabeth Bltncr Sheets. He attended public hools here and had fulfilled a mission ir tho L D S. church. His home had cen lu the California cily for tho last irvlvlne are his widow. Mrs. Florence ore Shcols; two sons, Cecil nnd Dale hccts. Los Angeles; his mother, a brother, iroltl B. Sheets, and two sisters. Mrs. n Rippe and Mrs, Jack Freeze, Salt Lake ity. George Byron Sharp ODorpe Byron Sharp. 59. a former railway nclnccr and a veteran of the World war, ed in a local hospital Friday at 5:15 m. His residence was at 144, West First A native of Salt Lake Clly. ho was born line 18 1877 and served in the World war i company B, Thirty-sixth transport unll. rom April 23. 1918, to July 8, 1019, when c was mustered out. He had been In poor eallh since tho war, and had spent some me In the Veterans' hospital at Napa, Cal., eturnlng here about 10 months ago. Surviving arc a son. Howard Byron tlarp Delicti; two grandchildren and a sls- cr, Mrs. Florence O'Conncll, Sail Francisco. William Deau William Dean, 80, a. former resident of raper, whero he engaged in farm ng, died Wednesday at tho nomo of a daughter, 'rs. Margaret Moss, at Rockland, Idaho. : causes Incident to age. A native of Jarnflcld, Staffordshire. i.n- and. he was born January G, 1857. n. on of John and Amy Gallmoro Dean, and amo to the United States, settling In raper In 1010. Mrs. Dean died three years Surviving are eight sons, John Dean, Enand: W. H. Deau, Draper; German, Herert and David Dean, all of Salt Lake City: tiarlcs Dean. Woodruff; Robert Dean, aiifornia, and Albert Dean. Crescent: four luichters. Mrs. Mary Dcwcy. Draper; Mrs. lien Qulbcll, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Amy enlner, Clover, Utah, and Mrs. Moss: 42 randchlldren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted Sun- ay at 2 p. m. In the Draper First L. D. S. ard chapel, with Bishop Reldbcck offl- Frlcnds may call at the Linrtqulst Sons- arlnuist mortuary chapel, 2128 South tale street. Saturday from -1 p. m. until p. m. Burial will be Hi the Wasatch Lawn urial Jacoh Furrer Jacob Furrer, 57, a machinist nt the hops of the Denver &. Rio Grande Wcsten railroad and an active member ot the Salt Lake City Swiss club, died In Tucson, Ariz. Vcdncsclay evening while visiting, friends ere were Informed Friday. Born at Scan Canton, Aarcan, Switzer- and. in 1880, he came to the United States t the age of 18 and to Salt Lake City 25 cars ago and had been employed by the allroad since that time. Surviving are two brothers and two sis crs In Switzerland. Funeral services will ba conducted Sun day at 2 p. m. In the Neil O'Donnell mor nary chapel. 372 East First South atrcct by the Rev. Harold J. Lorlmer, pastor of th /.ton's Lutheran church, assisted by mem bcrs of tho Swiss club. Pallbearers wll be members of the club and burial \vtll b n the club's plot in the City cemetery Friends may call at the mortuary on Sun lay prior to services. Irene King Funeral services for Mrs. Irene Kind, 51 who died in a local hospital Tuesday, wl DO conducted Saturday at 1 p. m. in th 5. G. O'Donnell mortuary chapel. 32 Fourt ^ast street. Friends may call at the chape ?rlor to time ot services. Burial will b n the City cemetery. A native of Bountiful. Mrs. King wn born August 21. 1885, and had resided I Salt Lake City for many years. Surviving are the following sons fin daughters: LcGrand and James Sleet George Wltherspoon, Mrs. Lorralno Wtlsni Mrs. Vivian Fowler and Mrs. Erma Zwebcr all of Los Angeles; Mrs. Alice Schullz Ocdcn, and Mrs. Juanlta Murphy, Brighan City. William Wood William Wood, B6, n former porter nt In Newhousc hotel, died Friday at 3:45 a. n of a heart attack at his place of residence 175 East Twenty-first South street. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, he wa born July 4. 1870, and came to Salt Lak City 15 years ago. He was employed a the hotel until his retirement one year ago He Is survived by one brother. Perc Wood. Cincinnati. Charles Brazee Bailey Charles Brarce Bailey. ;i~. a Drape poultry farmer, died Friday at-4:15 P. n In a local hospital. A natlvo of Wcllsville. Mr. Bailey wa born March 27. 1900. a son of Cyrus A and F.ffie Hawkins Bailey. For 15 year he lived successively In Blue. Creek an Blngham, and nine years ago moved t Draper, where he had since resided. I was a member of the L. D. S. church. Surviving are his parents, four brother Cyrus H. Bailey. Salt Lake City; Donald H Stolmle H. and Melvln J. Bailey, all c Draper, and three sisters. Mrs. Elmo Pacl Salt Lake City; Mrs. D. C. Hlttbran< Pocatello. Idaho, and Mrs. Albert Hlllc Funeral services will be conducted Moi day at 10:30 a. m. In the Draper Fin L. D. S. ward chapel with Bishop Hcber . Smith officiating. Burial will take place i the Wcllsville clly cemetery. Friends may call at the White Chap mortuary, 124 Fourth East street, Sunda evening, and at Ihe Draper L. T>. S. war chapel for 30 ir.lnutcs prior to time ~ services. Margaret Winn Weeks VERNAL—Word has been received her of the death Sunday of Mrs. Margar Winn Weeks. 61. widow of Archie Week In Hollywood, Oal.. of complications arl Ing from a fractured leg suffered fiv weeks apo. Funeral services were he Thursday afternoon at the Hollywood ; D. S. chapel. She sva.i born In Utah, the daughter c Jamea and Angelina Thomas Winn. SI moved In 1924 to 1-oa Angeles, where M Weeks died in 3930. Mrs. Weck.H is survived by twc son James and Leo Weeks, Hollywood; fo' daughters, Mm. Stella Thompson. Viol Lulu and Grace weeks, all of Hollywoor a brother. James O. Winn. Park Clly. ai a sister, Mn. May Packard, of Caltfornl also a large number of gratidchltdre STOCKHOLDERS' 3NTTCETING • The annual meeting of th stockholders of Zion's Benef Building Society will be held o Monday, March 8, 1937, at o'clock p. m. at the office of th society, No. 12 West 1st Sout street, Salt Lake City, for th presentation of the financial re port, the election of director for the ensuing year and th transaction of such business a may lawfully come before th meeting. W. J. BATEMAN, Secretary, FUNERALS ENNY—Funeral services for Isabel L. Denny will be conducted Sunday at 2:30 p. m. In the drawlnr; loom of the Joseph Willlarn Taylor mortuary. O. F. McShane will officiate. Friends may call at the mortuary Sund ly prior to services. Interment In tne Mount Olivet cemetery. (JRRKR—Funeral services for Jacob Furrer will be held Sunday at 2 p. m. from the Nell O'Donnell mortuarv. 372 East First South street. Rev. Harold J. Lorlmer of Zlon's Lutheran church In charge, and tho Bait Lake Swiss club will officiate. Interment In the Swiss plot In the City cemetery. ARSKN—Funeral services for Esther Hansen Larscn will bo conducted Sunday at 3 p. m. In the Rose room. 36 Ea»t Scverth South street, Bishop J. F. Sbeffle.1 of tho Wells ward officiating. Friends may cnll at the Gold room in the mortuary until tlmo of services. Interment Wasatch Lawn burial park under Direction of the Deserct mortuary. AZARO—Funeral services for Bernardino Lazaro. 41, proprietor of a hole! In Park City, will Be conducted Saturday at 11 a. m. in Ihe Nell O'Donnell mof- liiary. 372 East First South street. James Devlne will officiate and burial will take place In Mount Olivet cemetery. Jh—SPECIALJ^OTICE^ FRATERNAL Hall; open dates for lodges, clubs, card parties and dances. 323 Mi South State. Was. 9008. <aao i eaa near Producing In this block. Heavy producing district, rhean nnwer soon. Was. 3fi<)2. WANTKD to lease, undeveloped coal land, mate location, particulars by letter. Box E-50. Trlh.-Tele. 2—AUCTION SALES W. H. ADAMS. AUCTIONEER 14R4 to 14<!n SO STATTi. Hv. 4ROO. THAI.KS M DERRICK. AUCTIONEER. HlKh class auction service. Was. 8tUB. 3—LOST AND FOUND •wks. ago: also 1 black kill glove, fur lined, left hand, size 8. Reward. Was. 0301-.T. OVKHIIH1K—Funeral services for Sarah Ijiinii Lovcridgo will be conducted Sunday nt 2 p. m. In the Thirty-third ward chapel. Bishop Marlon G. rtom- ney will officiate. Friends may call at I ho Continental room in tho mortuary Thursday and Frldav nud at the home. 412 South Twelfth East street, Saturday evening and Sundav prior to services. Interment in City cemetery, under direction of the Dcseret mortuary. E\VTON—Funeral services for Amy D. Hume! Newton will be hold Sunday at 2 P. m. In the West Bountiful ward rhnpcl. Friends may call at the family residence in Woods Cross Saturdav from It to 5 p. m. .and from 7 to 8 P, m. and on Sunday from 11 a. m. to 1 :.')0 p. m. Interment Salt Luke City cemetery under direction of the Union mortuary. ilEETS—Funeral services for Fredrick Harr Sheets, age :M, who pjascil uway In Los Angeles, will be held Sunday at 12:30 p. m. In tho drawing r<u>m of Ihe Joseph William Taylor mortuary, 3?5 North Main street. Bishop n. A. Brower of the Belvedere ward will offllcate. Friends may call at the mortuary Saturday from 2 tr> s p. m. and Sunday prior to services. Interment City cemetery. OIIKNSKN—Funeral icrvicen for Tonje Jacohsen Sorenscn will be held Sunday at 1 p. m. In the Hawthorne ward chnpcl. Bishop Fred Curtis will offl- clto. Friends may call at the residence, 8-13 Browning avenue. Sunday from 10 a. m. until 12:30 p. m. Interment in Ihe Wasatch Lawn burial nark, under direction ot the White Chapel morlimry. UIoNER—Funeral services for Afasou Turner of 1710 Lake street will he conducted Sunday at 12:3O p. in. In the Richards ward chapel. Grirtlcltl avenue between Eighth and Ninlh East streets. Friends may call :it the- homo o( his Ron, Elmer Turner. 1740 Lake street. Sunday from 10 a. m. "intll time of services. Interment Wu.sntch Lawn burlnl park under direction ot Geoige A. Jenkins mortuary. FULL grown Llewellyn setter, black predominating color, slightly lame In left rear leg:* reward. Fort Douglas. Daniel, PURSE—Lartv'a white purac. containing SI5: tlrl's waees. Was. 0004. Apt. 20. DOG. Boston hull, hrlndle. ans. to the name of "Hector." Reward. Call Was. 6573 or Hv 2050-R. PURSE, man's black leather set, Auerhauh's ami Stnvall's. Mldvale 224. Reward. 4—PERSONALS Secretarial Phone Service Saves office help and rent. Your business and social calls taken durlnc your absence from office or home. Efficient, courteous, confidential service. Bmnll fen. Call Was. 1501. REGULAR winter classes: dancinfc. fenclne. howling. Deseret Gym. Was. 1424. TAXPAYF.RS—For assistance In Income tax problems. Was. 0125-W. aft. 5 P.m. DR. L. P DEf.K. r,~* Veil Bide. Corns. In- crown nails reinnved wi'hout pain or nrtor snrpnr»R«. Win. 212R. DR. f.rZAMBIA tri-at» all nllments of the fent. Wns. fl!>RFl-W 102 W 1st Rry RENNIE PEO11R5ON WALSH accepting vo- rnl students now. Diction In French, German and Italian. Was. Rfifi3. FOOT SufOrors — Tlr W. F. Comnton. Fool Pnerlallpt. 300. Bldg. Was. R060. Thru error not listed tnl. directory. DRESSMAKING, household sewing. Mrs. Andorsnn. Mm F,. 3 3.. Nn. fi H. fiH4-R. 126 GLEN'S • KFY S TKNNIS SHOPl y.NT RT. WAS. 1585. PARENTS necdf'ic vacallo"*. Inave children with me. Hnlladav 271-W. DR. ^-RTFFITW. spc<-la"«t for men. 2M4 Ro. Main at. Wan. KR14. DR. <~!ART. O. T.ARSON chiropractor. M07 Felt Bide. Was. 4923: res. Hy. 456. rut-i 22(1-21 B<"ison !•'•'2nd Sn. Hrs. 11-7. Nlir-iit. RELAXATION MASSAGE. 32>A E. 4th So Cabinet hath. Miss Walker. Wag. 7013 URNHOW— Funeral services for 7«obert Frnnk Turnbow will be hold Sunday at 2:HO i>. m. In the Larkin fnner.-il chapel, 2RO East South Temple street. Bishop Kaslclcr of the Burton ward will officiate. Friends may call at the morlu- arv Snturdnv from 4 to 8 p. m. and Sunday until time of services. Intcr- ment City cemetery. II- -SWEDISH MASSAGE. STEAM BATH. IfiSUS SO. MAIN. OFFICE 205. SCIENTIFIC electric Swedish alcohol st cab. Oncn Rim. 2O7 m. Siw. Tr. TIM- VERY best massace. hot bath, alcohol rub Hr». 10-5. 22B-227 Atlas Bldg. NEW OPERATOR. Chicago graduate. Tul rmth and massage. SI. Hours 1O-6. 2bs So. State, room 336. Open Sundays UHIRI—Servian for Lazaro Belmonle Zu- Mrl, ngi-d 50 years, formerly ot Cherry Creek. Nev.. will he held Sunday at 2 p. t". nt the Rlckctts-Allcott mortuary. 344 F.ast First South street, nnd will he conducted by the Rev. Theodore O. T.lllcy of the First ProMivlerlan church. T'ltcrment In Mt. Olivet cemetery. Friends mav call st the mortuary Palnrday nUornoon and evening, or Sunday until tlmo of services. ELMER M. QUALTROUGH 80It Lako'.i Original Funeral Home Wasatch 3358. 544 So. Main St. FLORISTS REAL good massapo. hot bath, alcohol rub 10 to 6. 334-335 Atlas hide. REDircF.—Swim. warm. priv. course. S(i Prof. Thornton. Wnsatch Sna. W. 173!1 MASSAGE, reduc. sL cabinets. Mrs, Kll! pack 1R01A Mtltn. Rm. 208-9 W. 378B EXPKRT masiacc. ST.. Franco-Amcrlcar Act. Rm. 315. 23 V,. 1 R. Mnrie Morrps j>—TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES Los Angeles, $6—Overland Stage ELY. $5. New streamline buses dally at 5:3 p. m. Ploche. Cnllcnte. Las Veas. Bond cd. Insured. Free pickup. Depot. 16 Sn. State. Scnrtoh Motel. Wns. 912. \ ID-WORD ad In this column costs SI fo three days. Including Sunday. (Include service both Trib. and Tel.) FLORAL TRIBUTES BY BROWN nr« rflroenlzert for btwuty. Rnn son able: 2 ptnroe. Brown Floral, fith Ro. and JorrJnn river, or 21-1 "R. ^ml ft. W. BRAND'S Plnral Shop. 2<W So. 1 1 iti R. Jly. 070 nr Hy. IRIS, "Kvnrvthlnj: In flowers. CALL AN EXPERT A. A. A. TENT ft AWNING Sncclal low Prices on wntcrnroof tmclc covors. all crnde*. 140 E. 2nd So. Was. 1 323. SMITH A ADAMS CO.. mp: tents, awninps. waterproof truck covers, at factory nrlces. 225 Edison nt. Was 1654. SPERF. Tent * Awnlnc Cn Awilncs. tents waterproof covers. 27O Rn. W. Tern CONTRACTORS—Day or Job CDTNG femodoTUic. cnrpcnter. cemenl and hrlck work. Call Was. 6827-M. i—TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES """''•''•''••••'•"''•VVW'i^rf'VWVV'VV'N'S^W'W^^ "Busses Everywhere" UNION .PACIFIC GREYHOUND Frequent Schedules—Through Service SAMPLE LOW FARES />» Angeles . .$ S.OOlReno $ 11.60 enver B.OOISan Francisco. 10.00 maha 15.00!Portland .... 13.00 onsas City.. 10.95IBolse 6.30 allaa 18.70IFlagstaff .... 10.10 hlcaco ...... Sl.SOIPhoonix 11.00 etrolt 24.25IMCGI11 6.00 cw York . . Sl.OSIEly 6.00 PECIAL TOUR & ROUND TRIP FARES UNION BUS DEPOT TEMPLE SQUARE HOTEL BLDG. WAS. 1366 Complete Travel Information Fifty Arrival*^ and Departures Daily NATIONAL TRAILWAYS SAVE HOURS and DOLLARS Detroit 524.2SIChIcaco .. . .521.50 Vash.. 0. C.. 30.15INew York ... 31.05 Dallas. Tex .. lR.701Mlaml, Fla .. 36.80 CIRCLE TOUR. L. A. and San Francisco and return S22.0& P"or schedule and Travel Information CALL WAS. 1106 SALT LAKE BUS DEPOT 3fiO SO. STATE H— M anil month'ly bonus. 'Apply before 10 a. m. L'jmler. Studio, Rait Lak* or Orden. MAN living In or nr. Murray to farm acres, take care of No living quarters. fruit and berries. Murray 231-W. WANTED—Delivery boys, not In school, Immediately, Good pay. steady work. Call Was. 6880. FIRST CLASS body and fender man. Jackson Motor Car Co.. 179 Motor ave. WESTERN Employment Agency for reliable help 73 West tut So Wan 2158 STROCK'S Emnloymem Agency. Oldest ana Rest. R1 W 2nd Sn. W»* Rnno EXPERIENCED taxi drivers. Apply 56 W. 4*.h South, 10:30 a m. la—Salesmen,. Agents Wanted SHOE SALESMAN WANTED To call on retail dealers. Straight commission. Nationally known line of men's heavy duty shoes. Excellent opportunity for man whose past record proves him capable, aggressive. Industrious. Write Immediately; give full details, age, past connections, credentials, phone number. Interview will bfl arranged. Address R J. O'Donnell. Hotel Utah, Salt Lake City. Utah. exoerleneed. Best setup in town. Finest stock of used cars tn state. A real ooportunlly for rlrht man. Apply Blair Motor Co.. 445 South Main. 17—Apartments FURNISHED smET6^r^2Tr<th^~8taKJ0Tssdrio3 or »pace. light, all dec.. Rood service, exclusive. 2-nn.. 138.75. 3-rm.. S46.7S. PARKWAY—521 So. 5th E., 3 rms.. »tr. mod. Lots space, light, sunshine. Al! flee.; irood service: exclusive. S4O. PETER PAN—4-15 E. 3rd B. Modern, lots of space, light, all el PC., good service, exclusive. 2-rm.. JS1.75: 3-rm., 5*2.25. ROOMS $12—NICF.I.T furnlnhed room. Light* and nan. 1R2", South State. S4 WK., le. rm.. alp. pch., hot. cold water, nvervthtne inc. Adulta. 248 So. 4th E. ONE basement room, suitable for bar he Lts., gaa. SB mo. 532 E. *th So. lor. S20-$?5—ONE rm.. kit., newly papered, cliwned. ^t"'. ht - B a » £urn - Adults. 547 E. 1st South. •' RMS., nicelv furn.. o. R.. gas. iisnt, neat. 11.50 wk. 1 rm.. $3. 124 6th East 19—ROOMS With BOARD 28—HOMES FOR SALE w _ (CITY AND SUBURBAN) $5500 ABOVE I5TH EAST ON BEAUTIFUL FAIRVIEW AVENUE. Where you get the cool canyon breezes and invigorating spring air— this lovely home oil a paved street of other fine homes, consists of 5 rms. on main floor, with 2 finished .rooms in basement; shower In addition. Oil main floor there are beautiful hardwood floors throughout, large, convenient kitchen with unusual amount of cupboard apace, tile bath, etc. Double garage and. well landscaped grounds. A location you'll cherish-—may we show you its many advantages today^ Evenings call Hy. 7426-W. WOODBURY CORPORATION Wnaatch 160. REALTOR. 12 E. So. Temple^ SMALL HOME WANTED Beautiful 5-rm. fire-brick colonial lust off Hyland Drive. Coops for Son. Trade in and assume H. O. L. C. fSherm) RIDEOUT REALTY Co. Realtor 225 Kearns Bide. Waa. 6444. Hy. 7742. BOARD and room for 2 young men. vate home. 311 E. -5th South. Pri- NEAT room, cood food: couple or men. 644 S. 4th E. Hy. 1386^ 1 OR 2 bus. girls to share apt. and board, S20 mo. 274 Vine St.. near Center. 6a—STEAMSHIP TICKETS NFORMATTON all lines, tours, cruises. American Esp. Co.. 24 W. 2 3. W. 260. 7—WORK Wanted—by Women ADY. 30, would like washing. Ironing, cleaning, hy dav. Box F-35. Trlb.-Telc. URTATNS. 25c to 35c: rn«T3, 2Rc up. Call and rt>l. 0 vr.». exp. Hy. 263. 8—WORK Wanted—by MEN MAN. 20. wisheR work, at least 510 week. Write Box F-23. Trlb.-Tele. YOUNG MAN WANTS PART-TIMK WORK FOR BOARD AND ROOM. HY. 1042. 9—HELP Wanted—WOMEN raw TRIBUNFJ «Nr> TELEGRAM to protect their reader.' against strive fraud. deception or Inluntlce. Readers are cautioned to make NO cavmenta to get a position advertised tn the help wanted columns. Ads In other columns which reinlro Investment In stock, samples. rnuipmi<nt or a cash bond should be thoroughly Investigated before pavlnc out money. Only bona fida offers of erntiloyment with nav belong in t^r* "Holp Wanted" columns. Klndlv re.- pnrt any exception to this nils to thf "la««:Trif*r* iflvprtNIn"' mnrmcnr BOOKKEEPER AND STENOGRAPHER Must be thoroughly capable of t.nkintr entire responsibility for full set of hooks and able to meet public. Expe ricncc in printing office or advertising work desirable. Moderate pay to start. Position I* out of city, h'lt will interview annlicants here Sunday. Reply box K-57. Tribune-Telegram. EXPERIENCED kodak printer. Must have references. - Write full particulars to f'ltcrmountaln Photo Service, Ogdcn, Utah. FOR gentlemen. In modem private home. Home-conked meals, rarage. 059 E. THREE exnerlenceri used car salesmen, llv- 3rd South. Hv. 34.02-R. , Inc salary »nd good commission. Box F-19, Trib.-Tele. 12—BUSINESS Opportunities ESTAB. crocery. meat inkt. and apt. Fine loc. Real opportunity, at less than cost. S300 down. Reas. terms. Hy. 2392. SHINR stand, 11 chairs, marble, with hat cleaning. Landes shoe stitcher No. 10 and finisher, cheap. 14 Vi So. Main. LADY wishes to Invest In golni; business up to S1000 and services. No schemes or rackets. Box F-33. Trlb.-Tele. ESTABLISHED LUNCH — BEF.R. Choice Main sc. loc. Clearing $300 mo., S3500: 14 down. Box F-22. Trih.-Tele. FOR SALE—Modern wholesale and retail bakery. Fully equipped with latest machinery. Located in'heart of business district. Box F-14, Trlb.-Tele. 14—Stores—Offices for Rent MSAT and gro. store, cxcl. loc.. walk-In meat cooler Included In lease, newly painted. See at 601 E. 21st So., or call Clyde Brlmley. Was. 4237. 525—LG. corner store room, heat. h. water. Ideal for groceries. Fixtures optional. E st. and 4th ave. W. 10123. 16—APARTMENTS FOR RENT (UNFURNISHED) 350 of Salt Lake's FINEST APIS. 2 TO 6 ROOMS FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED • ADULTS ONLY Covey Investment Co. 239 E. So. Temple Was. 5671 OWNERS AND OPERATORS COMF. rooms and excellent meals for women, reas. 347 So. 4th E. H. 6730. NICE nn. for 1 or 2 men, EOO nrlv. Close In. 145 3rd ave. W; ;ood meale as. 9209. DOUBLE room. Good meals. Reasonable. 54 So. Rth Ennt. Hv. 7275-M. FINF HOM1 FOR BOYS, very good food. Hv. 768<1-M. 255 Douglas street. •Jr\_FURNISHED ROOMS SLEEPING rm. In private home. reas. 273 D street. 29—LOTS FOR SALE 30 — Property. Sale or Trade _ accent cleai- ""or 'iiearij 'clear city" home on fine colng chicken place. Highland drive and 33rd' South. Coops, brooders, 500 chickens. 5-rm. mod. house, all go. Waa. 7466 B_ITNKR_REALTY_CO. Hy. 1878 M'INTYRE BLDG. feood farnitnc; ground 4 rrtiles north ot SELL or trade, what have you? 40 acres 'of ?• Roosevelt. Hyland 4650J. UONTPELIER. 5-rm.. 3 ac. Irrlg. Barns, berries. Trade S. U nron. Hy. 7890. NICE frt. rrn., lu. closet. t>lon*v hot water. Business man. 336 No. Main. NICF^.Y fnrn. rm. In private home. Waa. 6743-R. HO G street. •) i —ROOMS IN HOTELS Federal hotel, 48 P. O. place. S3up PLANDOME—4TH SO. & STATE RKSTFT1L SI HP WKKR KM 511 TO Sill LITTLE HOTEL—$15 MO. Clean, comfortable, warm rooms the heart of clh. 1 65 So. Main. TUXF.DO HOTEL. 44 S. State St.. reputable, cln.. homelike, rena. Free ear. tn trail* 22—FURNISHED HOUSES 6-RM. house, garage, furnace, coal and gas ranee. 1104 3rd ave.. S47—5-RM. mod., well furn.. heat and refrlg. furn. Hy. 7143-M. Hy. 7351. YOUNG 7., ADY. 3 D to 2S. to nnaHIy for fountain lunch work. Sfil No. 2nd W. with no dcncudentn, ace 20 to 30. Co horn nights. Rnf. Call between R:3O and 8:.1fX 3063 FJ. 4 So. EXPFRTENCED elrl for general hnnsrwork. Rnror<-nc«"=. Sfi week. Hv. 1971-W. YOUNG lady care for tiaby. soms housework. 532 B. 4th So., ant. 4. GIRL fnr counter work, must be experienced nnd cood pcnmnu. Capitol Cleaners & rivers. 64 E. Sth Sr>. WANTKD — R7fl _ ncy snotter. Monarch Clcan- So. 7th East. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Joseph Frederick Zlnkler otherwise kno-wn ns Joe F. Zlnkler deceased. Creditors will present claims wit vouchers to the undersigned nt Salt Lake City, Utah, Main at Second South streets, on or before the 15th day of June. A. D. 1937. WALKER BANK & TRUST CO. (Trust Department) Executor of Joseph Frederick Zlnkler, Deceased. BADGEB, RICH & RICH, Attorneys lor Executor. Divtc of Ilrst publication, February 13. 1937. MAN Inarninp to dance, wishes dance partner. Must he pood dancer, nble to instruct 3 evenliTS a wc<-k. 52 per eve- nloc. Box F-37. Trih.-Tel. IVANHOE APTS. $45—If you're looking for the BEST In apt. value. Luxurious 5-rm. apt. on 2nd floor, newly decorated, living and din- Inc room, 2 bedrooms, elec. ranges, electric refrigerators, froiit and rear fiti- trai.ces, maklnir the most conveniently arranged apt. Imaginable. See this tn- dnv. 41 n K. 3rd South. Call Mr. Tuttlc. Hy. 7135, or Klpp, Was. 650, wcd< ilavs, 3-RM. 'sir. mod. apt., close m. Haddon Hall. 155 So. 4th E. S30—3 ROOMS, Federal Heights. Tele., garage. 171 Virginia st. WHITE apts.. nice 4-rm. ant. Front and classed sip. porch. Frlcidalre. garage. 350 East So. Temple. Was. 8400-R. 5 LIGHT rms., all electric; garage; will furnish. 874 E. So. Temple. Hy. 7778-J. SWALLOW Apts., 333 E. 1st So.—5 rms., elec. range and refrlg. Adults. CAPABLE men and" women for local and travelinc work: nmrantee for those who auallfy. Box F-28. Trlb.-Tclc. WANTED — Young lady under 22. neatly ALL new living rm., bath, kitchen. hcdnnTT gar. Heat turn. S40. Was. 8065. STRICTLY modern furnished house, at least S rooms. Hy. 1315. SMALL mortem unfurnished home or duplex. Was. 190, room 237. 27—HOUSES FOR RENT [UNFURNISHED) DELMAR & WAYNE CTS. Choice 4 or 5 rm. mod. cottages, steam heat, beautifully dec., hdwd. firs., gas ranees., clec. refrlg., colored tile baths with showers, tile drain in kitchens. Janitor scrvli-e. S35-S37.50 per mo. Adults only. Call Covey Investment Co.. Was. 5671 or Was. S552-W. 3 ' ~ FARMS WE have a number of good FARMS which have produced good crops, we ar» liquidating the Joint Stock Land bank and will sell these farms for amount of indebtedness. Call Was. 6530 or Hy. 6256. or write E. T. Capener, 206 Newhse. Bldg. SALT LAKE CITY. $3250 CASH—40 acres clear farm, fine 6- room house, barn <ind other buildings, electricity, culinary water piped to house, fine water right, V4 mile lo church and school. 1 team horses $300. LIovd Kendall, Heber City, Utah. FOR SALE, rent or trade, on small home, about 15 acres ot pood farm land, house, close in. Main highway. Eprinc- ville. C. E. Roylance, 818 So. nth TR. l>,i-ACRE lot, A-l water right, sm. 4-rm. house: very cheap. Hy. 5021-J till 4. IDEAL chicken farm of three acres of land; coops for 1000 chickens; 3-room house: located at Draper. Utah. Inquire Jesse Taylor. Kenllworth. Utalt . $600 BUYS 6 acres, 5 shares water, so. e. Murray: terms: may trade. H. 7650-W. 20 ACRES. Good farm land. Best water richt. So. State. Mldvale 157-W. FARM PRICES COMING BACK With farm prices, farm commodities nnd farm loans movlnc upward . . . it Is much easier to sell a farm NOW . . . before spring plowlnc time. The Mark"tplar»—Farms for Sale In Want Ad. Clssslflcation No. 31 ... Mail vour ad today. 32—SHEEP and STOCK Ranches S2O—6 rms., close in. 437 So. 3rd East. $20—5 rms., parace, walking distance. 455 Clawson place. $25—3-rm. duplex, newly reconditioned. 165 M st. S20—5-rm. cottage. 21 So. llth East. S12.50—3 rms. 60S Cascrio ct. WOODBURY CORPORATION 12 E. South Temple. REALTOR. Was. 160. 400 ACRKS. partly irrigated; 6-room stucco riwcllinp: 1600 ewes. Forest permit. Taylor license. Terms. Glen A. Bellan- dcr. Box 7. Baker. Nev. , travel, Pnlarv. travelin Woodell, Hotel assist lady manncer. nxneiipes. Apply Mrs. Moxurn. _ FLOOR FINISHING ELECTRIC aandInc machine for renr. also polisher. 350 So. State. Was. 4048. MOVING AND STORAGE COAST to coast movtnc at reduced rates, covered by Ins. No cratins. packing ncc. Fireproof Storage. Mollontn Mov- lnc. Storace Co.. 155 S. W. T. W. 1562. OVERLAND MOVING VANS Low rates—fastest, safest way to »hlp furniture anv-whore in the west. Bonded. Insured. Expert china packers. No cratlnp necessary. For local and lone distance movlnp. packln". stornpe, shipping, phone Redman's. Was. SIS. Warehouse locnlod nt 136 S. 4th West CALL us for reliable painters and papcr- hanpora. Sunset Paint <fe Wallpaper Co. 48 F.. 1st South. Was. 5758. VERY reas,. guaranteed work; reliable workman. Free estimates. samples. Was. 4S37-J. PAINTING, rvaperhanplnp. cleanincr. Low nrlces. Free estimates. H". 770S-R. PAPKRING. 1D37 samp., pntnt, spec, rates, work guar. Hy. 2550-W. PATENT ATTORNEYS marks. Drawlnps. Beason hlrtc.W.72!)2. PRINTERS—BOOKBINDING CO.. printing, nlnd- Ing, nillng. 235 Edison st. W. 1801. FOR private and public library binding, F. G. Dust Co.. 221 Edison st. W. 1670. FRANK MARTIN CO. Expert rug. upholstered furniture cleaning. Oriental rug specialist. ir>30 So. Rtate. Hv. 727R. NOTICE TO WATER USERS State Engineer's Office, Salt Lake City, Utah, February 25, 1037. Notice Is hereby given that Estate of John F. Haws. Escalante, Utah, has made application In accordance with the laws of Utah to change the place of storage, point o' diversion and place of use of 400 ac. (t. ot water from Rollndy lake, In Garfleld county. Utah. By Application No. 8348 the ripht was plvcn to store said water from October 15 lo June 1, inclusive of each year, in Roundy lake, formed by an impounding dam, the center of which bears K 600 ft. from a black boulder 4 ft. square on top and protruding 4 ft above ground, marked "B. O." The water was to bo released frnm storage from April 1 to October 1, Inclusive of each year and allowed to flow in tho natural channel of Pine creek to a point which bears N 7 dog, E 644S ft. from the NW cor. Sec. 5, T 35 S, R 3 E. S. L. B. & M., where It was to have been redlverted and used to irrigate 240 acres of land embraced In NW '4 NE ',4 Sec 5. T 35 S, R 3 E: unsurvcyed K % Sec. 32, T 34 S. R 3 E. S. L. B. & M. It Is now proposed to correct the description of the Impounding dam, specifying tho location of Its center r.s S 63 deg 40 mln F. 16.36S ft. from RE cor. Sec. 3fi. T 31 S. R 1 F., S. L. B. & M. The water will be stored and released during the periods hereinabove specified and the released storage will he re- diverted from Pine creek at a point which bears N 7 cleg 10 mln E 5S7O ft. from NW cor. Sec 5. T 35 S. R 3 K. S. L. B. *: M., and used to Irrigate 240 ncrcs of land embraced in parts of SM, NW H SW'/i SF,'4 and SW H Sec. 32. T 34 S. R 3 E. and parts of W i,S. E V., KV-. NW >,'<. IS'W , NW 'i. nud NF. J/t SW 1,1, Sec. 5. T 35 S. R 3 K, S. L. Ti. '& M. This application Is designated in the State Engineer's Office ns File No. A-1346. All protests acainst the granting of said application, stating the reasons therefor, shall bo submitted In affidavit form and In duplicate, acrompnnied by a fee of 51.00 and filed In this office within 30 days after the completion o' the publication of this notice. T. K. HUMPHKRYS. State Engineer. Date of first publication, February 27, 1!U7. Date nf last publication. March 27. 1f» ROMNEY Rue. Clcnnliip Co It rnsrs no more for the heft, mis Ro. 7th K. Hv. S5rr_> WINDOW SHADES SANDERS WINDOW SHADES. Lowest prices; free samples and quotations: allowances made on old rollers: shades reversed. R48 So. State. 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Offices: New York City. 515 Madison avenue: Chlcaco, 360 North Mlchl- "in avenue; Philadelphia, Land Title building: Detroit. 826O Gcnernl Motors building; San Francisco, 58 Sutter street; Los An- petes, J17 West Ninth street: Seattle. I,loyd niii'idlnp. Foreign Bureaus ot Information of The Tribune are: No. 1 Rue Scribe, Paris, France: 123 Pall Mall. London, England; UnUr d«n Wad en. Pcrlln, .Germany. IN THK niSTRICT COURT OF THF Unitcil Stairs for the District nf Utah — In the Mnlfr of Albert LcRoy .John *on. Voluntary Bankrupt. — In Bankruptcy No. 145SD. To the Creditors of Albert LeRo\ Johnson, of Randy, County of Sail l.akc and District Aforesaid, a Bank runt: Notice Is hereby given that on the 1st day of March. A. IX 10S7, the salil Albert LeKoy Johnson was duly ad Indicated bankrupt: and that THE FIRST MEETING OF HIS CREDI TORS will be held at the office of the undersigned Referee In Bankruptcy, 424 Reason building. Salt Lake City Utah, on the 17th day of March. 1037, at 10:30 o'clock a, m., at which time the said creditors may n'tend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, exam hie the bankrupt and transact such other business h.i may properly come before said meeting. J. T. MrCONNEr.T,. Referee in Bankruptcy. Salt Lake City, Utah, March 5 IN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THF United States for the District of Utah —-In the Matter of Lelp.nd L. Chase. Voluntary Bankrupt.—In Bankruptcy No. HSRfi. Tn the Creditors of I.eland L. Chase, nr Salt Lake City. County of Salt Lake and District Aforesaid, a Bankrupt: Notice Is hereby Riven that on the 26th ilay of February, A. D. 1037. the said Loland L. Chase was duly adjudicated bankrupt: and that THE FIRST MEETING OF HIS CREDITORS will be held at the office of the unrter- siKned Referee In Bankruptcy. 424 Reason bulldlnc. Salt Lake City. Utah, on the 17th day of March. 1037, nt 11 o'clock a. m.. at which time the 5aM creditors may attend, prove their claim. 1 ', appoint n trustee, examine thr bankrupt and lrnn.«act such other business ns may propcrlv come r-efnro said meeting. J. T. McCONNEM,. Referee In Bankruptcy. p»lt Lake City, Utah, March 5,1637. OPPORTUNITY for ollt-of-tosvn students to rarn livinT expenses while attending 'Hcnacer Bus. college. New classes cac^h week. GIRL for general housework, references re- nnlreit. 1779 Mlctllean ave. Hv. 7521. EXPFR. cafe- and cabin pirl. People's Auto Court. 23rd So. and State. SODA yOTTNTAIN 13th East. GIRL. Apply 207 So. OPPORTUNITY fnr out of tnwn students to fim livInT expanses while attenrtlnp Hcnapnr Bus. College. New classes ^a^h week. EXPERIENCED maid, over 20. general honsewnrk, nnd cooking. Private mom and bath. City references. Hy. 7379. I n—SCHOOLS—TRAINING BOYS — GIRLS Be an expert. A pood position Is open ta you If yon arc well trained. "THE MOLKR SYRIF.M" Salt Lake School of BEAUTY CULTURE RARBERINO 135 E. Broadway 17O Repent St. Low prices for student nr prof. work. EARN nart while Icarnlnc radio, positions secured, dav and nlpht claps. Write or rail Was. 1018. Western Elec. College 246 So. Main. New classes now. —(HELP Wanted—MEN WANTF.D—For Peru. Suuih America, lead sintering plant foreman, not over 40 years of ape, in pood physical condition and nblo to work- at altitude about 12.500 feet. Preferably experienced in southwest or Mexico with Latin-American labor. Salary S275 per month, U. S. currency. Three year contract. If slncle, hoard and room cost $50 per month: If married, house rent costs 510 to 515 per month. Travehnt; expenses ndvnncpd both ways; halt time allowed while travel- Ins. Address Dent. 4-R, Rox 'JG. Trinity Station. Now Yorlr. N. Y. 517—3 RMS., newlv papered, clean, mod. 453 So. Sth E.. rear. THE APARTMENT DIFFERENT VILLA ANDREA APTS. If3S.nO—3-rm. luxurious apt, with large llv- Inc room, breakfast room, kitchenette and bath. dec. refrigeration, etc.. range, live in Italian renaissance atmosphere with everv modern convenience In this lovely building. See custodian at 269 1st ave. Mrs. Taylor. Was. 5525, or Mr. Klnn. Was. G50. 3-RM. strictly mod. ant., close in. Haddon Hall. 155 So. 4th East _^ 533—4-RM. frt.. well lighted, olec. ranpc rcfrlp. Adults. Gar. 41S So. 6th East CLONE Apt.—^rm.' mod., unfurnished. 311 So. Sth East. PARKWAY—521 So. 5tn E.. 3 rms.. str. mod. Lots space, light, sunshine. All elec.: pood service: exclusive. S30. NEW 3-rm. duplex, all elec.. tile sink. gar., rent. S35 Adults. R23 Park nl DRAYTON—1121 1st ave.—4 and 5 rma.. Strictly modern. Phone Hv. 6800^ CLOSE In. 2 rms.. el. "In. porch, refrigeration, hot water. 251 Center st. DUPLEX APTS. $22.50—80 E. No. Tern. 3 large rooms, heat and hot water. Base. 530.00—1216 McClelland. 6-rm. home, In cood shape; fum., gar., gas range. $30.00—159 Goltz ave., 3-rm. new dup. Furn.. ear., new elec. range. Mo child. LAUREN W. GD3BS CO. 32 Main. Mr. Fish, Hy. 6545. Was. 123. 537.50—t-RM. dunlex. el. rge.. tile bath. Gar. Adults. 435 6th ave. Hoi. 113-W. 247 11AMONA. 5-rm. mod. brick, like new: furnace, carape. gas ranpe. 532.50. Hvlaild 7R9D. HUBBARD AVE., 3rd'and 4th E., 6-room mod. brick, like new. elcctrlo range. garage. S10. Hy. 7809. $35—5-RM. str. mod. scmicolonlal. hdwnt firs., furnace, gar. 953 Lowell ave., bet. 7lh-Sth So. and tlth-lOth East. 01 Inquire 450 So. Sth East. S27-.50—6 RMS., newly dec., gas Heatrola, pas-coal range. "Garner. Nice yard. D53 2nd ave. Hy. 3394-W. 520 No. Sth West. SI! —3 ROOMS, bath. Was. 1166. 720 BROWNING—5-rm. mod. br. semlcol., range, furnace, gar., back and front lawns. All like new. S37.50. Hy. 7809. $32.50—4 rm?.. elec. refrigerator, gas range, carase, ground floor, 133 No. West Temple. Call Mr. Dnhl. Was. K346-J, or Mr. Kipp, Was. 650 week days. PETER PAN. 415 E. 3rd S. Mod., lots O( space, llpht: all elec. Good service: exclusive. 2 rms.. S28.75: 3 rms.. S34.25. 520—HV. RM., wall bed, kitchen, hath, front, first floor. Sunny, H»an. quiet, cross vent., heat: adults. 331 1st ave. PHYLLIS. 353 E. 4th So. 3 rms.. semibase- ment, modern. S27.50. 732 BROWNING—5-rm. moo. Dr. semlcol. Range, furnace, gar., hack and front lawns. All like new. S35. Hy. 780J1 LOVF.LY 7-room home, nowlv cleaned, dec., 2 sin, nchs. 823 So. Main. W. 2107. $22.50—5 LIGHT rooms, bclnp decorated. Mod, except lit. Fine loc. W. 5161-R. 528—5-RM. mod., hardwood floors, gas range, basement, furn nee, garage. 332 Herbert ave. Was. 3615. WILL buy from owner 4 or 5 room modern brick homr. with large lot or half acre, between Murray and Mldvale. on State street. Plate nrlcc with full particulars. Box F-25.' Trib.-Tele. 35—HOME Buildinq & Financing BRING vour hbme-buildJiip problems to HOPE REALTY CO., 911 So. Slate. We have many cood lots upon which you may build. We'll help fin. H. 58S. O~O you need Money for BUILDING PUK"POPES? See RUGARHOUSE LUMBER .& HARDWARE CO. Hyland 555. WOOriBTlRV CORPORATION, 12 East South Temnle. Was. 160, Is equloped tn build and finance your home. Come In and see our large selection of 1937 small home nlans. INQUIRE into the "W7XOME PLAN" homes of character. Financ. architect, siinervlslon. BldP. sites. LandscaPlmr. Kn.WIOKS CO.. cor?l S. & State. W. 2040. WE can furnish olans. and specifications and build and finance your new home. We hnvo many excellent hulldlnp sites to rhnnse from at very low prices. LAUREN W. GIBBS CO.. 32 S.Maln.W.12.1. 3&_ REAL ESTATE LOANS 3 to 20 Years Monthly Payment Includes Principal. Interest. Taxes. Insuranci Lowest Rates Offered Immediate Service Also straight lonn* and FHA loans 53rd Year E. B. WICKS CO. Slate at 1st South , Was. 2040 MONF/T—ON REAL ESTATE SPE^TAT.TSTNO TN HOM Vnr Mnre Than RO YTHARS LOW COST—r.ONO TERM Prompt Service—No flnnnmlKslon* TRACY T.OAN A TRTTRT CO. 151 Ronlh Main Street. Was. 650. S28-—5-RM. mod., hardwood floors, furnace, garace, ga.i ranpc. basement. 322 Herbert nvn. Was. 3615. $15—4-RM. mod., with slcrnlni; porch, near Liberty park. Was. 5452. BIGEI.OW, 225 So. 4th E.—Str. mod., lots of space. Hcht: flN e'PC. Gnnd F"rvTr*- exclusive. 2-rm., $28.75. 3-rm.. S36.75. THE WARM WOODRUFF—2 blocks from Main. 4-rm. nnt.. modern, unfurnished WR-I. 685!). 235 So. 2nd Kast. PETER Junior—4 rms.. 2 bedrms.. hdw. flr.r, brk. nook, furn., Frigid., gas rpe. Gar. Good nchool loc. 35 So. 7th E. BROADMOOR. 930 E. 3rd So., 5-rm.. str. mod. Lots space, light, sunshine. All etcr.: cood service: exclusive. M3.75. 3 HIGH CLASS route men. Must be ni5- tlcrs. Bond required. Bet. 25 nnd 30 yrs. Mr. Jcnks, 810 E. 1 So. 8:30 eves. WANTF.D—Young man. ago 39-21. neatly rlrcsscd, free to travel New York Citv, return. Salary, traveling expenses. Apply Mr. Woodell. Hotel Moxum. ThLK TRIBUNE AND TELEUKAM nmve to protect their reader* npainst fraud, deception or Injustice. Readers are cautioned to make NO payments to pet a position advertised in the help wanted columns. Ads m other columns which require Investment In stork, samples, equipment or a cash bond should be thoroughly Investigated before paying out money. Oijlv hona fide offers of employment with pay belong In the "EIclp Wanted" columns. Kindly report any exception lo this rule to the classified nrivcrlfslnc manaccr. WANTKD—-For Pern. Homn America, lead Mast furnace foreman, not over 40 years nf ape. In pood physical condition nnd nble to work at altitude about 32.500 feet. Preferably experienced In southwest or Mexico, with Latin-American labor. Salary 5275 per month. U. 8. currency. Three-year contract. If single, board and room cost 550 per month : If married, house rent costs 510 to 515 per month. Traveling expenses advanced hoth ways: half time alloved while traveling. Address; Dcot. 4-A. Box 26, Trinity Station. New York. N. Y. AUTO MECHANIC—Choice of salary, shop lease or percentage to rtphl party. LOVELY 'l-rm.. suiinv. quint. I'"rlg.. heal, hot wafir Adult;-. 537.RO. 431 1st svo. $22.50—5 ROOMS Your choice of two 5-rm. NEWLY nECORATF.D ants., within walking distance nr town. Near pond school. A''t iniMC Hall Was. 650 week rlnv*. KUSTER APTS. 4-rm. ant. bath, rras find Frigid, furn. 321 F,. Sth Ro. Was. 3657-W. WARmTF.TON APTS.. S3O—4-rm. mod., Frinltl.. par.: adults. 643 So. 7th K. 28—HOMES FOR SALE (CITY AND SUBURBAN] 3-ROOM modern' brick with pas floor heat- small lot but Ideal sur- Near Liberty park. Only er. garage, foundlnRS. $1450. 4-room modern stucco, hardwood floors, pas floor heater. MTatght-wall basement, fine lot. near stale capital on Center St.. S175O. 37—LIVESTOCK FOR SALE 100 HEREFORD cattle, buyer's choice. Over 50 purebred. 15 rop. Bal. grades, 10 calves go fr"c. 545 per head. J. Almn. Stevens. Hnldcn. Titan. BELGIAN team, wcighlnc 1800 Ibs. each. Sound and dependable: nlso harness and collars: very reas. Alvln Barker. West Taytorsvlllo. Murray 532-J-1. EWES, yearlings or mixed aces, state number and kind wanted. Write Box F-42. Trib.-Tcl. 5-room Inrcc lot. 51200. modern hrlclc Tind frame, near No. Temple viaduct. $30—4 RMS.. NEWLY PAPERED, COOKING GAS FURNISHED, 1ST FLOOR. FRIGID. FNOW APTS.. 14R N. 1 W. $30 PAYS for 3 rms.. llpht. cnoklnp. refrlp- crnllon. Adults. 237 llth K. Hy. 402HAV. 17—Apartments FURNISHED SHUBRI£K HOTEL APT. RATES B? WEEK OR MONTH Where location, convenience. «ervlci assures you a very pleasant home. 2-3 rm. mod. apts.. completely turn. Close in. 72 W. 4lh So. Was. 4482 Richmond Apt. Hotel Uay, wk., mn. All rms. eaulppeo wltn kit.. S25 to S30. 70 E. No. Temple. BROADMOOR, 930 E. 3rd So.. 5-rm. «tr. mod. Lots space, light, sunshine. Ail 5-room modern brick near Liberty park on paved street. $1050. 5-room slriclly modern brick, hardwood floors, gumwood finish, cement basement, hot. air heat, near Webster school. $3350. 5-room strictly modern brick, new roof, hot air furnace, fine lot. near Lonsfcllow school on 4th ave. $2350. Modern brick duplex, three rooms rach side, large lot, near Jackson school. $1800. 5-room utrlclly modern hrlclt, hardwood floors, hot air furnace, garage, near Westminster collcse, $2750. ri-room nllra modern hrick, everything to conform lo pood taste, large Int, double .carage. pas heat, paved street, shrubbery. Near Highland Park school. $5500. W. F. Core Hv. 701 I LOCAL REALTY CO. 151 So. Main St. Was. B50. 10 WORK HORSES, also fresh nnd comlnp fresh milch cows. Will trade. 215 West 3nth So. Murray 26R-.T. SOW with voune. Joe Morelll, 6700 So. State. Mldvale, Utah. HORRFS FOR SALE—Salt Lake lc» barn. 860 South 3rd West. 38—LIVESTOCK WANTED WASATCH Kennels and Fox Farm pay highest cash prices for dead and use- >ss livestock. Phons collect Mur. 235. WILL CALL FOR AND PAY CASH FOR DEAD OR USELESS HORSBS. COWS, SHEEP AND HOGS. PHONU ENTERPRISE 30 COLLECT. COLORADO ANIMAL BY-PRODUCTS CO. DEAD and useless cows and horses, highest prices paid. Phone Murray '" WE pay highest price for useless horse i for fox food and haul away. Mur. 240. BIG, thrifty, high-producing White Leghorn chicks, from stock on unrestricted free ranpe tor 18 yrs.; also Black Minorca- White Leghorn crossbreed chicks, which will beat anything yon have ever seen. Tho Pcnngrove Hatchery. Petaluma, Cal., or E. A. Elder, 27St So. State, Salt Luke City. Phone Hy. 2781 WANTED—Llvo poultry. Call us before you sell. Western Poultry Mkt., W. 5503. HOT SOL brooder, cost $22.50: $10. Call Holladay 271 -W. GET our BABY CHICK prices. VOOEL. ER'3. 32 W. 1st So., Salt Lake. Must fiirmsh A-l references to prove nhtlftv. Experience ns acetylene welder nnd ford service t rain i n R n n ad vn n- Utnh. Phone 3OO. ftXPKKlKNCRD kodak printer. Must have refernnceji. Write full particular* to 1nt<*rniout]taln Photo Sen- ice, Ocdcn, Utah. MEN TO PREPARK FOR MOTION PTC- TURK PRODUCTION. AGES 21 TO •UY STATE PHONK AND ADDRESS. BOX F-3B, TRIB.-TELE. NEW latent for rnrJlo program. 1 ". Apply for Richards st. Hourn 2 to G p. m. Sunday mail rmjiit:" give talents, ape, etc., and photncrapfi. AMBITIOUS mati and wife to do janitor work for apartment. Give ape. experience, references. Must have other em- nloymcnt. Box F-24, Trih.-Tel. 2 UVE-WIRE specially salesmen, must he neat appearing See Mr. Mock, New Grand hotel, Sunday. 1 to 3 p. m. PHARMACIST WANTED Must he registered In Utnh. Oonfl 5nlarv. A dvnnf ^mcnt rrrtnlr. H. '_M78. KOD> nno '<>nil*»r man wanted nt once. Ap- plv . r >0 W. 'Uh Ho. See Mr. Lnrnfii. KARM d»iry hand, S3R. 2 fry cooks. elec.: good service: exclunlve. S5fi.25 McCtri^OUOH APTS.. 125 6th E. Choice ^-rm. frt. ant., adults. W. 7125-J. TRENTON — 544 B. 1st So. Beautifully fura 2 and 3 rms., str. mod., S3S up. NEW WILLARD — SIB ana un. Overstuffed m furn. cos. licht.i tnrl. ll.TVfc Resent «t 2 ROOMS, private home, private hath. 4-KOOM f'irn!she<; apt. Inquire 1000 Denver utrrrt. BEST values in furnished aiul unfurn. apis. «nrt houaex. Was. S065. THE RRAOFIF.I.D — 10V5 S. llth E., 4-rm. frt.. attract, fnrn. S37.5O. Adults. SUZANNF, APTS.. 358 K. 1st So. 4-rm, frnnt. new fnrn., very nice. S45 OZARK APTS. Attractive. 3 rms.. rewly rli-aned. FrlKirlnlre. 4M So. .-Sib Eaut. WILTSHIRE ARMS '£ rooms, second floor, east exposure. Shower, nicely furnished. $37. 50. 234 1st avenue. STICKNEY — 4 rms. for 2 lo 3 adults. Cornf. extra bed. 553 E. 4lh So. Hv. SRfl-W. fr'NGI^K apt., newly fnrnlnhed. Ule bnln. kll.. cnrace 279 2nrt ave 1 ROOM. le. close!, kltchcnetlc, frlsldatre. bnth. shower. 102R S. llth East. CLAUDE ANN. 23 K. 1ft Weit. 1-2-3-4 BTROCK'S, 51 W. 2nd South. rm. fum. »pu., ONLY $2750—4-rm. mod. home, lovely built; cabinet tile drain, built-in bath. On main highway. 2 blocks so. Bountiful center. Nearly 1 acre: 73 young bearing trees, shmbs, berries, coops. Will Include enamel range.. For Quick sale, call owner. Hy. 7fi50-w. PIANO factories alr-eonalltoned. NOROE FINE AIR conditions the sir for your piano year round. Was, 8366. NEW 4-room house, 1-.1 acre, coops for .100 chickens, garage. S2600. Just off Highland rtrlve. Small down payment. DAVIS 1NV. CO.. RtS Mclntyre B.W.S4fin. FINE rug* dry out, become brittle unltim air contains moisture. Norge Fine Air maintains humidity. Was. 8366. NEW . 5-rm. brk., hdwd. firs., tile bath and drain, finished bimt., rm., furnace, f ir., lot 50x250. 13 fruit trees. S4SOO. erms. IQSfi E. 33rd So. Hv. 4568-W. J750—4-RM. modern houne, S250 bal. $8 mo. 440 No. Sth West. cash. S-RM. home. U acre land coop. 27th So. . 100 ft, frontage and Rth E. Hy. 7638-M. 5-RM. mod. brick, hrtwcl. firs., newly dec., flna Inc. 131R Logan ave. Hy. 2237-M. BARGAIN—$1200. 4-rm. nrlck home. S1HU cash. B per cent Int. on bal. 1201 So. Rth W. Tnq. 003 So. 2nd W. W. 4187. V4-ACRE, R-RM. mod. brick: mill trees; near Hy. drive and 33rd So. $4300. B51ADSHA.W Jlealty Co. Was, 1628, 3 INCUBATORS. 2 300 capacity, 1 100 capacity. Good condition. Sell or trade. H. W. Peterson, 1268 W. Oth N. WANTED—Live poultry, T. Conta. Hy. 4081. any amount. Call WANTED—Live poultry. Will call lor and pay top prices. E. L. Madsen, Knr. 30. OUR milk-fed R, I. Red fries, roasters. Free. del. 2801 So. 20th E. Hy. 3738. BABY chicks, turkeys, ducks; best strains. Poultry supplies. Send for prices. BAILEY 4 SONS CO. S3 B. 2nd So. Salt Lake City. Wan. 3fifl. LIVE poultry wanted: highest prices paid at coops. Granite Poultry. Rr. 2324. JY CHICKH — Superior la.yin(r strain. TURK POULTS. DUCKLmcjS: cool electric and oil brooders. PORTER- WALTON CO 42 W 1st S.. Salt t.dkd EASTER rabbits, 1 or 1000: also quality hrccrtlnp stock. RIVERSIDE POUT/TRY FARM. 1375 W. 4th No. Was. 4S41. 42—Machinery—Pip USED pipe, reconditioned; alto new tons pipe, reconditioned; al«o new pipe, '°S». valve*, structural tt.elt 356 a 14-Inch boiler plates. . MONSEY IRON & METAL CO. 7(10 Sn. Brrt Went. Was. 47SH. WESTERN SALVAGE & SUPPLY 110 W. 2nd So, Wife

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