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51 EeCE SAIjT LtAKE TRIBTDSTE: SUNDAY MOEOTN'G-, JTHSTE 5, 1904. 5 fl
mm l ight
I SHOULD COST
p Small Cities in Utah
pi Save Money0
jjglstrong Argument in Favor
8j- Ownership of a Plant byv
i;- Salt Lake.
ft tTlgure? Presented to Show That
GffTit & Son's Plan Would Mean
1 j. a Great Saving.
ALT LAKE Js being left behind by.
jjgYW the smaller cities of the State In?
3p the march toward public owner
ship, judging from the facts pre-
lr fcjFT1 y "hars Crane, who Is asso
JJwMted with Garff & Sons In the pro
Jed building of a municipal lighting
t FOgan, Hyrum, Bingham City,
Bfojjbpringville, American Fork, LchI and
HFJfpieasant Grove own their own plants
VJand are furnishing slxteen-candle pow
ft er Incandescent lamps for 33 1-3 cents
IrS'per month. Logan gels Its street arcs
ft at J4S per year. It formerly paid a prl-Irl-vate
corporation 51S0 per arc. AH ,of
IfcStliese plants are run by water power
Inland under the same conditions which
Bpreall In Salt Lake except that more
iMlIghls are used here and could there
forc be furnished cheaper,
lis In tlie cases citert the plants are not
yet paid for and the interest and sink
ing fund have to be added to the con
sumers' prices, yet the lncandcscents
which now cost 33 1-3 cents per month
in Logan formerly cost, when furnished
by a, private company, 75 cents.
A comparison with Eastern cities
where the electricity is generated with
coal would hardly be fair, but in Lo
gansport, Ind., a city that uses natural
gas, as cheap a fuel as our water pow
er, the city gets Its arc and other pub
lic lights for nothing und furnishes
private lights at 5 cents per llDO kilo
watts, or IS cents per light per month.
The net profit in 1901 was $5063.61. Since
the city bought the plant the incan
descents have Increased from 3000 to 24,-1
Plan of Garff & Son. "v
Mr. Crane makes no secret of, the
plans of the Messrs. Garff. The plant
will cost $200,000; the fixed charges, in
cluding Interest on bonds, operating ex
! penses, sinking fund and incidentals,
I will amount to 524,000. At $72 per year
the 500 arc lamps will bring in $36,000
per year. After deducting the fixed
charges the promoters will make S12,
000 per year or $120,000 In ten years on
the original cost of the plant
"Messi's. Garff & Son know full well
that in a few years, with the tremen
dous growth of the city, there will be
not less than fifty new arcs per annum,
which, of course, would bring the In
come up to, say $45,000 per annum, while
the fixed charges would not materially
increase, thus leaving a very handsome
profit on the investment and sufficient
to take care of the bonds on maturity.
Besides the city contract the day pow
er would be for sale and would probably
be offered to the present light com
pany, which Is lamentably short of
power at the present time. The city
has the right to use the poles of the
present light company for any purpose
It desires, and as the new plant will
practically belong to the city, It will no
doubt make use of this right.
"Messrs. Garff & Son have good back
ing for this enterprise, and as they are
practical men, there Is no doubtithey
will be able to make It a profitable en
terprise and at the end of the ten years
give the city a splendid 500-arc light
plant free of debt
After Ten Years' Time.
"Some people are of the opinion that
a plant would be worn out In ten years,
but the fact Is there is practically
nothing to wear out The water power
is perpetual, the generators revolve In
space and without friction of any kind
except on the journal, which can be
freshly babbited In a few minutes, the
pipe line is practically Indestructible,
the poles will last frpm twenty to forty
years and It is intended to cover them
PjPV CARLTON CLUB.
ia This picture shows John Wanamakcr, ex-Postmaster-Gcneral, and tho
na Carlton club, London, to which he has been elected an honorary member, this
iM belntr the first time in the history of the Carlton club that the compliment
M has been awarded to a visiting foreigner.
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(REV.) A. McLEOD, D.D. Greenleaf, Mich.. Jan. 22, 1P0I.
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with coal tar before planting them In
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rot or decay. The wire and Insulators
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"The latest lamps, costing $50 each,
will be Installed, new design transform
ers will be placed on every circuit and
a telephone system from the intake to
power house, transformer stations and
to general ofllces, will be Installed.
There is no doubt that this will be the
model plant of the West because every
advantage will be taken of new inven
tions In every department of the new
What Will Be Saved.
"We feel confident every citizen -will
welcome the new light plant and we
believe tho present company will be
glad to be relieved of the present con
tract with the city. There has never
been such an offer made to any city
before. It practically amounts to giv
ing the city $200,000 for a franchise and,
when It is understood that the city has
given franchises away worth In the ag
gregate millions of dollars without re
ceiving a cent, the present offer will bo
"The fact Is that the city will pay
rent for the lights" and, at tho end of
ten years own tho plant, virtually get
ting It for nothing. It gets back all It
paid and a little besides. If the city
thinks the plant is worn out at the end
of the time named the gentlemen have
-offered to pay tho council $100,000 In
light at the rate of $12 per lamp Instead
of $72, the present rate."
I HAPPENINGS ABROAD J
I t H H H H t H H M H I H M )-
LONDON, Juno -t. King Edward's ac
tivity in tho field of international diplo
macy hna given rise to ao'mc uneasiness
in Foreign ofllces and other Government
circles, which finds special vent In tha
comment regarding tho forthcoming meet
ing of the King with Emperor William
at Kiel. The Spectator volcos this feeling
today, expecting grave alarm at the pos3l
billtleH which may onsuc from King Kd
ward'e Gorman visit.
BERLIN, June 4. Emperor William to
day Inspected a mounted battery of Hold
artillery which Is about to embark for
Southwest Africa, and briefly addressed
ROME, Juno 4. Mlas Nclllo Crum of
San Francisco waa married today to
Lieut. Ralph E. Pope of the United States
BATAVIA, Java, June 4. Tho Nether
lands troops ha"vo captured a natlvo for
tress at Tampering, In tho Gajoo country,
Island of Sumatra. Tho Dutch lossea were
thlrty-thrco killed or wounded. Ono hun
dred and acvcnty-slx Chinese were killed,
NAGASAKI, Japan, Juno 4. Wounded
Japanese who havo arrived hero from tho
Lino Tung peninsula attribute the heavy
casualties at Nan Shan hill to tho Rus
sians' alleged misuse of tho whito Hug.
SUIT FOR $10,000
BY A SCHOOL TEACHER
Suit for $10,000 has been commenced
against tho Utah Light & Railway com
pany by George A. Cole, a school
teacher. The complaint recites that on
May II, 1904, Cole was a passenger on
tho East First South street car line;
that ho lirst entered 'upon the rear
platform, but, finding it crowded, after
tho car had come to a stop between
Ninth and Tenth East, went to the front
end and attempted to enter the car
from the side toward tho center of the
street; that after he stepped on the low
er step the car, was started and before
ho could gain a place of safety the mo
torman in an angy, threatening and
abusive manner, placed himself in front
of the plaintiff, forbidding the latter to
enter the car or to ride thereon, at the
same time causing the car to move for
ward and crushing the plaintiff between
tho car and two poles beside the track.
The plaintiff says his collar bone and
several of his ribs were fractured, the
ligaments on his chest torn apart, his
right arm bruised and strained until he
was unable to raise It and hie back
bruised, strained and Injured. The corn
plaint further alleges that the motor
man was of a quarrelsome and abusive
disposition and had on frequent oc
casions engaged in the maltreatment
and abuse of passengers, but Is still re
tained In the employ of the company.
Federal Cases to Be Called.
Next Monday, June C, Is tho regular rulo
day for Juno in tho Federal court, whon
tho following cases will bo called: United
States vs. Knight; Gutch, administrator,
vs. Union Paciilc Coal company; Evans-Snldcr-Bucl
coinpuny vs. Wool Growers'
company; Fairbanks vs. Colton Wax
Union and Oil company: Gibson, by
guardian, vs. Union Pacific Coal com
pany; Toltec Ranch company vs. Central
Pacific Railway company; Dugan vs.
Bingham and E. C. Mining company;
Clement vs. Do La Mar; Toltec Ranch
compuny jvs. Huusaker; Laakovlch vs.
Southern' Pacific company; Conrad-Stan-jford
vs. Utah S. and T. company; Mosby
vs. Fidelity and C. company; United
Stales va. Mclghan et al. ; J. M. Harris,
administrator, va. Southern Pacific com
pany; E. L. Burko vs. Southern Pacific
company; E. L. Burko vs. Southern Pa
clflo company; Valentine, administrator,
vs. Southern Paciilc company; Jones vs.
Southern Pacific company; Taylor, ad
ministrator, vs. Union Paclflo Coal com
pany; GIbaon vs. Union Pacific Coal com
pany; In ro Matson, bankrupt; In ro
Provstganrd, bankrupt; In re Majestlo
Copper Mining company, bankrupt, In ro
Isaac Elwcll, bankrupt.
Amalle Pedersen of Murray has
brought suit against Christian Ander
son for $5000 damages alleging that she
was seduced by the defendant in June,
1903, and that he persuaded her to take
certain medicine which produced a mis
carriage and injured her health to such
on extent that 6he has slpce been un
abel to perform ordinary labor. The
complaint alleges that, at all times
prior to said seduction she was "chasod
Humpries Perkins began suit yester
day for a divorce from Emma T. Per
kins, whom he married May 13, 1001, In
Salt Lake City. Ho alleges that she de
serted him on July C, 1901, and has been
wilfully absent ever since.
H. F. Baker yesterday began suit
against the Alblan Mining company ad-verslng-the
Alice, Alice No. 1, Allvlda,
Omega, Albion No. C and Albion No. 8
olaims, which are in conflict with the
Ridge No. 3 and Remnant in the Little
Cottonwood mining district.
For passing and uttering a fictitious
check H. A. Peterson was sentenced to
two years in the penitentiary by Judgo
T. D. Lewis yesterday.
In her answer to her husband's peti
tion for a dlvorco, filed yesterday, Mrs.
Jens Rasmuescn denies charges of
cruelty and alleges that while she was
helpless from erysipelas ho deserted her
and caused her to become an object of
charity and to rocelvo her support from
Cache county; that for five years ho
lias abandoned her, refused to furnish
her with any of the necessities of life
and repeatedly told her that he did not
intend to live with her again; that ho
has attempted, by threatening and
menacing language, to compel her to
conaent to a divorce and that his al
legations of cruelty are a mere sub
terfuge made for the purpose of de
frauding the court.
I TREATMENTBSOLUELY FREE UNTIL J I
ALL SUFFERERS FROM CATARRH OR ANY CATARRHAL CHRONIC DISEASES BE-
GINNING TREATMENT WITH DRS. SHOR ES AT ONCE WILL BE TREATED ABSOLUTE- I
LY FREE UNTIL A "PERMANENT CURE" I S EFFECTED. This special offer is made by Drs. j
Shores to impress upon the sufferer that the cli malic conditions at this season of the year are just
right to effect speedy cures and to demonstrate to the public of Salt Lnke and vicinity that there is '
a PERMANENT CURE for Chronic Diseases. Under this .special offer Drs. Shores give their pro-
fessional services free and their treatment free until the patient is cured "PERMANENTLY" the
only charge in any case will be for THE MEDI CINES ACTUALLY USED. In the past ten years, j
at their offices in California, Colorado and Salt Lake City, Utah,, Drs. Shores have PERSONALLY
treated over 100,000 CASES of Catarrh, Deafness and all forms of Nervous and CHRONIC Dls-
eases, and they know from PERSONAL EXPERIENCE that there is a PERMANENT CURE FOR j
CATARRHAL CHRONIC' DISEASES, and to demonstrate that fact they will take all "curable" )
cases of Catarrh and Chronic. Diseases until further notice and treat them absolutely free until the !
patient is permanently cured. I
Do not delay, but start treatment at once. THE OFFER 'APPLIES TO ALL. It shows Drs.
Shores' good faith in their system of treatment for Catarrh and Deafness and deep-seated Nervous
and Ohronic Diseases. DON'T BE LATE; start treatment at once. UNDER THIS SPECIAL OF- j
FER HUNDREDS WILL BE CURED OF TH EIR AILMENTS PRACTICALLY FREE.
You can consult Dr's. Shores free for any disease, whether you take treatment or not. Call or :
TRIED JPHTENT MEDICINES IN YfllN. DRS. SflORES RND H
SHORES BEING QUICK RELIEF. j H
I BEAD THE STATEMENT OP MB. A. L. MILL AB HE SPEAKS FBOM EXPERIENCE.
I Mr. Millar says: "I have suffered
with catarrh of the head, throat and
stomach for about five years. I had
tohawk and spit continually, nose
filled up, breathing heavy, and
everything I ate gave me distress.
In fact I could not keep anything In
my stomach, and felt miserable all
the time. j
"I took fully 50 bottles of a -widely
advertised Catarrh Tonic, and it
was like drinking so much water
It did me no good at all. Finally I
went to Drs. Shores, and I want to
say that these doctors know their
business. I began to improve at
once, and today I am feeling fine,
eat three square meals a day without
distress, sleep fine and feel better
In every way, and I am glad to en
dorse Drs. Shores' treatment and
recommend these Skilled Specialists
to my friends.
(Signed) "A. L. MILLAR,"
"American Fork, Utah."
I So many patients have applied to
j Drs. Shores and Shores for treat
ment lately who have been suffer
ing from Hay Fever and did not
know what their trouble was, that ,
Drs. Shores have decided to explain
the symptoms, effects and treatment
of Hay Fever, that all may tell It
at a glance.
In the beginning of an attack of
Hay Fever the Patient experiences
I a sense of uneasiness about tho
nasal passages, with a slight dis
position to sneeze. Gradually theso
symptoms Increase nnd often there
Is nn intense itching of the nasal
passage, with a profuse watery dis
charge, which necessitates the con
stant use of a handkerchief. In ag
gravated cases the discharge drips
continually from the nose, later the
mucous membrance becomes so con
gested that the secretions present a
grayish color. The Inflamed mucous
membrance naturally causes more or
less stenosis, or narrowing or clos
ing of the nasal passages, which
adds greatly to the discomfort of the
sufferer. Oftentimes the nasal pas
sages aro entirely closed up.
If the patient lies on the side, the
nasal passage which is uppermost
becomes open, while- the liquid col
lects In the parts below; or If the
patient lies in the back the flow
passes to rear portion, causing a
complete stoppage of the nasal pas
sages. The llulds which escape
from the nose are often Irritating
around the opening of the nose and
Hp, and very frequently give rise to
Irritation around the opening of tho
nose and Hp, and sbmctlmes even
result In eczema. The eyes become
congested and the lips red and Itch
ing. If the disease Is allowed to run,
an attack of asthma often sets In.
The asthmatic symptoms aro Usual
ly confined to the night time, al
though the waking hours are often
characterized by shortness of
breathing, which the patient de
scribes as wheezing.
Hay Fever is a treacherous dls-
ease, but almost every case yields
to proper care and treatment.
Every sufferer from this insidious
and deceptive disease should consult
Drs. Shores and Shores at once.
A. L. MILLAB, American Fork, Utah j
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Troubles, Heart DIsases of the Stomach and Bowels, Piles, Fistula and Ttectal
Diseases, Female Complaints, Diseases of Women and Children, Rickets,
Spinal Troubles, Skin Diseases, Deafness, Asthma, Bronchial and Lung Trou-
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rrisordeVs1 Wnat "Weakness" Is and How Blood Poi3on- j
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lapse after being flammatlon In the prostate gland, lJlflt removo th0 jast S jH
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