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title: 'The Salt Lake tribune. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1890-current, January 01, 1904, Page 8, Image 8',
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.Tb;e SAXT Lake Tiosijkb: Friday MgRansre-, Jaistuary 1, 1904. -yUt 10mm
tTteagh them how
H ' Tslluride Power Company's
H Important IViove.
I lj WILL OPEN A SCH80L
!j Practical Instruction In EIqc- i
beautiful' School to Bo Opened at tho
Slouth of Provo Canyon in Con
ucclion With. Power Plant.
'Something unique and original Is tho
project of tho Tcllurldo Power Transmls
lon company to establish a school of
practical Instruction In connection with a
i sreat industrial 'concern a ' placo whoro
young: men may finish their education with
tho yurroundlngs and cxperlonco which lit
i them for responsible positions In a most
, Important profession.
H' I 'J RIGHT ON THE GROUND.
Tn connection with its power plant at
H the mouth of Provo canyon tho Tclluridc
1 company is erecting a building: which it
culls the quarters building:, which is real
ly to be an elegant clubhouse for tho ac
commodation of its student employees. It
( will have a capacity for Rbout thirty men,
including- sleeping accommodations. It is
tho intention of the company to take stu
! dents who have finished the electrical cn-
1 RinccrliifT course in colleges, put them on
H pay probably small salaries being paid
at the start and give them practical in
structlon, with work to do, not only in
electrical engineering proper, but In the
Bllln ' L construction of plants as well.
j HOBBY OF MANAGER NUNN.
The scheme is what might bo termed a
I hobby- of General Manager L. L. Nunn of
the Tclluridc company, but it is a hobby
J which promises to prove of great value to
j ! young men who desiro to lit themselves
BY for a paying profession Tho present
i'( plans are only in tho experimental stage:
! I , with the success of theso , assured, they
! j i will be greatly am pit fled. It Is not lm-
' ' probable that eventually the entire courso
! In electrical and mechanical engineering,
with necessary auxiliary studies, will bo
j , given in the great Industrial college of
which this is tho beginning. At present,
j however, only, the Unishing, essentially
' 1 practical course will bo given. M-r. Nunn
H! says that tho colleges of tho land take
, the engineering student to a critical point
! and then drop him. It is his aim to givo
j the student tho opportunity to put his
BllM learning to tho practical test and become
u capable of doing things.
Hj ' RjUSE STANDARD OF LABOR.
;l j! j Mr. Nunn rogards his project as a sort
! H i, of connecting link between educational
Bill I , work and economics. Ho has an nmbl-
jj tlon to render some eervlco In tlto solu-
j ft tion of the labor problem and It Is be-
ft Ucvcd by many that he Is on tho right
j pf track: that other great corporations, sec-
M, ; ing the advantages of his system of in-
I x L dustrial education, will follow his exam-
K ' lc. resulting In tailing tho grade of in-
Hj - v telllgcnco and usefulness of labor and in-
I j: creasing the earning capacity' and better.
1 j; Ing the conditions of those who toil.
K IIAS MANY PLANTS.
I I Tlie Tellurlde companv is noted for Us
j U ! fair and generous troatment of tho men
I Jj In Its employ. It novcr having had any
j 'I labor, troubles. Tho company's business
iH I I is strictly that of furnishing power "by
M t ,i wholesale" to electric lighting companko
. ( street railways and kindred concerns. It
. i ' has power plants at Provo and Logan.
I j Utah, Tellurlde, . Colo., nnother in Mon-
iH hi tana, and it Is now putting in a plant at
j i Niagara Falls, which will develop 250,000
I a horse-power. The company is continually
ilia . extending its plants over tho whole coun
( try, so that there will be plenty ot room
iiH for the growth of itd engineering school In
I Utah, tho devclorment of which will bo
1 , 'JJ watched with interest by the educational
s , V. and economic world.
! . PLANS FOR THTJ SCHOOL.
H Tlio power plant hi Trovo canyon occu-
. 1 Pics a beautiful valley spot in the mUIst
'J 'h towering mounuins, which will b.i ren-
i 1 dered still moro beautiful by the work of
H ? c-xperc landscape garicners. The group
, J; '- buildings- to be given such an admirable
j ' Ul .'-Ktlng are being constructed in at' nu
1 1 I Uvo and harmonious styles of archilec-
lrc, and include, besides tho powr,r plant
I I artl the school or club building, a duvng
1 , -I hall, a cobble rock cottage for the rr-sl-
I (tence of the chief engineer, the superin-
I tendents residence and other buildSgs
1 j is expeclod to start a Dortlonvof the
I Tha Tribune's Daily Fashion Hint.
FTg. 1. Sealskin stole with while applique, Iia Nouvellc TMode. '
Fig. 2. Bear stole, La, Nonvelle Mode." A
Vis- 3. Black cloth costume trimmed with bias bands of satin, L'Art et la Mode. -i ' ,
Craze for Fur Coats.
Automobllinp; and outdoor spbrls of all kinds,. which are so much the fashion
this winter, have occasioned a perfect craze for fur coat?,' so that every woman
feels that she must possess Uvo or three of these comfortable, warm garments
and whether she owns an open automobile or merely goes about in an open car
riage, as Is the correct thins to do, she must be so warmly dressed as not to look
cold or thinly clad. Many of tho shaggy fur coats that are sold In the shops re
mind one Irresistibly of the old winter times in New England or of the present
winter days In Canada, when people generally try to dress sensibly and to protect
themselves against cold. There is nothing smart or becoming about a great big
shapeless fur coat, except that it looks appropriate, and after, all, that Is a great
The medium length coats are extremely becoming and arc made of 'fine Per-
pltnt during !thc coming February, al
! though it will not be complete until next
FIRST BUILDING PLANS.
The quarters building, to bo situatei al
he mouth of Provo canyon, is plunned by
Aichitccts "Ware . Trcganza. The x.
trnoi will be constructed from presscJ
bnck, with ston iTimmmss. One of the
un-sii"1 and novel outsldo feature is to be
i he German l'join. which will be sltuat'-l
under cue uain ttaira On tho tlrst floor
will e c Ir.rco reception and a slt. ig
rnon. both of -nhich will be finished , in
hard w od. On this lloor will- also bo
ft innl library. Ubcralory aiid study-r66h:y.
'I lie second a:d th.' d Hoor3 .will . be. ap
propriated for sleeping apartments.' In
the basement will be found a large, up-to-date
billiard hall. Beautiful pressed bnel:
mantles will bo built In the main hall.'slt-ting-rootn
and billiard hall. The building
when completed next summer will be fur
nished with a complete up-to-date system
of heating and vc-ntilatlng. The approxi
mate cost of the building Is estimated at
sinn lamb, sealskin, shnved squirrel, moleskin, sablo or mink. The. first named
are not so smart as they were last year, but are most' becoming' and attractive.
The style that has a blouse effect In front is either close or half-llttlng at the
back, with medium sized sleeves is one of the most practicable, but there are a
variety of other designs that are greatly in demand. There are loose box coats,
there are Eton jackets, there are boleros, and there are long overcoats the only
term to use for the coats that cover "the gown over which they are worn. The
Persian lamb long coat, with rovers, collar, and cuffs of ermine, is a very costly
garment, but at the same time Is extremly handsome. The three-quarter, per
fectly plain sable coat Is about as costly a garment as ever coud be devised, but
is not becoming to every figure ns the long-haired furs of necessity make a wo
man look stouter.
UTAH STATE BAND.
Pine Military Organization Being
Formed Under tho Leadership of
Prof, Anton Pedersen.
Prof. Anton Pedersen of All Hallows
college is leader and director of a new
band just formed by forty professionals
which is boing Incorporated under the
laws of.Utan as tho Utah State band
The'men In It are antong the best in the
tltjvand after getting together they choso
Prof. Pedersen to lead them. Their aim
will bo to go to the St. houls exposition
this summer and show what the West
tan do in the matter of producing a mili
tary baud, but meanwhile tho city will
have the chance to hear them frequently
Depends Not TJpon Years, hut Upon
A GREAT DISCOVERY TO WARD
OFF OLD AGE. t
-In Salt Lake City lately there has been
aJgaod deal qi discussion in regard to
old people. Some at CO years call them
selves old, anil rcallly appear so; vhllo
others at 70 years seem active, vigor
ous and young.
i A reporter of The Tribune happened In
the' store of Druehl & Frankcn. our local
druggists, the other cveninp, and -tnib
subject was brought up. Said Mr. DruchI
of the firm: "It Is a fact, and wo see It
Illustrated every day right hero in bait
Lak City: It Is not years, old age doe3
not begin at any set time, but it .Is loss
of vital force that makes a person old
Weakened dlsestlon, thin blood and poor
circulation soon start functional vovtera
and vitality on the wane, anrt th:np the
symptoms of old age quickly appear.
You know, a man la. as j old as 1 c f-i8.
"On the other hand." continued Mr.
Druehl. "that old feeling may bo ded
off. and I wish every person in Salt LaKe
City who feels old. whether they aro no
in years or not, would try tho great dis
covery. VInol. I know that It has vital
principles which will In a na1"?":
ncr strengthen digestion, assim latlon
and all the functional powers, aend rich,
red blood coursing through the veins,
and give, new llfb to every organ of tho
body, and this is what makes the old
feel young again."
Mrs. H. flV. Avery of Norwich, A.,
"At the age of S3 I felt the need of a
tonic, something to strengthen and build
me up. For a year and a half I nave
taken Vinol, and I have found that It
brings vigor and life to tho aged as
nothing elco will."
Mrs. Sarah J. WIndrom (cousin to
the late United States President. Zach
ary Taylor). 423 West Erie street. Chi
cago, who Is 76 years old, says Vinol Is
a godpend to old people. So also does
Mr. George L, .Jones, Sr., of 10 Perrlne
avenue. Jersey City, and A. J. Baker of
713 Locust street, Evansvllle. Ind.
Vinol repairs worn iIfsucs. checks the
natural decline and replaces weakness
with strength. It Is an Ideal body-builder
for old folks.
We promise you that VinoKls. first of
all. agreeable, because It contains no.
tlshy oil. Second, that It Is a genuine
cold-liver medicine, containing all tho
medicinal curatives and strength-making
elements taken direct from fresh cods'
livers; and. third, we will return your
money if it does not do exactly what
wp claim for it. Druehl & Frankcn and
the Smith Drug Co.
HIE ECECTR1C CURRENT
Should bo used only through tho best
mediums and alj work In connection with
the Insallatlon of a system, or repairs
be done by competent men.
In our stock are carefully selected from
the products of the best makers. From
the great variety we can furnish Any
thing desired, ut moderate prices
Bells, telephone, burglar alarms put In
1. M. HIGLEY & CO.,
Electric "Wiring and Fixtures,
109 East First South. Telephone 752.
CEREAL FOOD COFFEE
By Chance'W :
S You may have forffflKQ 1
J gotten to send sofnJJBjifr f
one a present. 'Pllf
I A call at our store' f 31 I
could remedy thei ! 3 1
oversight. ; i J 1
You wouldn't notice : ' 1
our pricrs, they are': I ; 1 '
so easy. j y. ; j
I Discount on all plain and fancy 1 1
Bf Weathered OaJc Furniture, until 1 1
Jan. 1st. ' 1 I
M l X. L. FURNITURE AND CAR- 1 9 i
a PET INSTALLMENT HOUSE. 11
IS E Second South St. fj I
a PA SORENSEN. Prop. I
WEAK EYES j ' !
Or eyes subject to any kind of ' '- 0
defect, deprive the possessor of j
much of the pleasure of life, '
Tho sufferer from, this condition j
may obtain relief by getting a j
i pair of perfect fitting glasses, '
the kind Rushmer makes. !j
RUSflHER'S OPTICAL PARL'ORS
73 V7. 1st So. St. 1
V 'Phono 1763-K. '
iFrozen , Ui
is what WARD'S MASSAGE COLD '
CREAM looks like. A SKIN FOOD. I
j It prevents roughness, redness and J
5 wrinkles. Unlike ordinary Cold B
Cream. 23, 60 and 75 cent Jars. Eold I j
3 only by tho I
I'D AYTON 1. 1 J
1 Drag Company I ; J
R Cor. 2nd South and State Streets. E 1
K BEA-rEN AND MURKY M , f
i OSTEOPATHS I 1
KK Z Auerbach Building H If 1
A , 1 IRICHI ! IMe-MMl j THIEF, DOCTOR i j LAWBR M jJG' l
I I I WISHING YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR, I beg to again remind yn that, L
J Best, Homes on the Easiest Terms are ohUMe ' " 1
I j-j, J IjEiLIlS At the Sign:',""l4hose Rw7iser