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H 10 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 16, -1912. M
UTAH WATER POWER
Opportunities for Growth of
Itydro-EIeclric Power Is
LIST OF PRESENT PLANTS
Utah Societ' of - Engineers
Reviews Natural Resources
of (he State.
' The Utah Society of Engineers held
its west generously attended meeting of
Its history Friday evening; when out of
a total membership of 112 a total at
tendance whs had lftst night of elg'hty
four. It was "Electrical evening." Inas
much as the five speakers treated of the
various aspects of hydro-clcctrlc power
2Jrlor to the presentation of thu subjects
for discussion a hriof bunlness meeting
was held, at which the following elections
to membership wero had: ,
Full momhci'tihip L. T. Anderson. C.
II. Campbell, O. C. Hart, A. L. Runi
cniipp and A. C Watts.
Associate membership L. M. Bailey, J.
M. Uambcrprcr, F. M. JBIgclow, C. Brown -cas.
Herman Harms and S. 1S. Serfdom
.lunlor membership B. A. Berryman.
Tin; subjects of the evening were ably
presented by the following members:
5.B1I "Hydro-Elccirle Power Resources Trib-
KplI iitary to Salt lake Clty.'-'ly H. D. Jian-
Iuan or me wcnerai .uiecirte company.
"Factum Determining Cost of Hydro
Electric Service," by Mork-hani Ohecver
or the Tellurlde Power company.
"Continuity of Hydro-Electric Power
Servicy," by Leonard -Wilson,' consulting
"An Example of Modern Steam Relay
Station," C. A. Colin of the Utah Ught
t Railway company.
"An Example of Modern Transmission
Practice," by L. J. niter of the Utah
7-Igltl A: Hallway company.
To the layman, perhaps the paper of
Mr. Randall will appeal inor forcibly, for
it deals with the manner In which the
state of Utah is taking advantago of its
hydro-clcctrlc power facilities, nnd the
probable extensions of this important In
dustry In the future.
Developed Power Plants.
Mr. Randall gives the following list of
the developed water power plants of tho
state, excluding a few of the smaller mu
Plant. Feet, watts.
Pioneer plant of Utah Light
.t Railway Co 1S5 6,000
Oakley plant of Knight
Power Co 300 3,500
Devils Gale plant of Utah
Light & Railway Co ISO 2.500
Davis & Weber Counties
Canal Co. power plant.. "0t 3,'JCO
Murdoch plant of Knight
Power Co.- J DC 2,500
Municipal plant, city of
Hebcr 00 600
Olmtitead plane of Tolluride
Power Co . SSfl 7,-00
Clty of Losan municipal
Logan plant of Tclluride v
Power Co. "1M 2.000
Plant of Agricultural Col
lege of Utah GO 100
Grace plant . of Telluride
Power Co -lot 11,000
Wheelon plant of Utah-Idaho
Sugar Co l'jl 7.S00
Battle creek plant of Tel
lurlde Power Co 1.750 2,100
Blacksmith fork of Bear
Browning &. Eccle3 Power -plant
., '2b'0 2,500
Jordan river s
Narrows plant of Tclluride ?
Power Co 75 1,000
arunlcipal plant of Brigham
Knight. Power . Co. Mill
creek No. " 1.050 1,100
Mill creek- No. 1 030 :;50
Rig Cottonwood creek
Stairs station of Utah Light
&. Railway Co. .. .".GO 1.S0Q
Gninil'i station of Utah
Light Railway Co 130 1,750
I Power Co 1,000 1,750
Utah fork. No. 2, of Knight
Power Co 600 1,200
Utah fork. No. 1. of Knight.
Power Co S00 600
Kniglir Power Co.. Snako
creek 700 1,200
' Santa'iuin creek
Knight Power Co.. SanLa
nuln creek C50 1,000
Wlllard plant of Browning
Sc Ecclcs 1,200 330
'Oiden Portland Cement
Co 1,200 . 175
High Creek Light & Power
J:ii CVmnty Light &.
Power "Co DO SCO
CViimbtis Con. Mining Co. 1S3 tJ0O
e I "n it oil States 'reclamation
servlnc 125 '1,000
South Willow crick
Clark Electric Co 1,050 "M00
"Clark Elsctrlc Co.' ' ... 300
Clark Electric Co 250
American Fall3 -13 .1,750
'Gunnison Valley Pr. Co... 2S0 S50
K N Tola I GiJ.SuO
HI Many Plants Are Private.,
liyf Dlscucclng the foregoing table, Mr.
fill Randall Maid:
ffi1 Plants marked with an asterisk
BD -ire private or municipal, serving a
HBi local market, hence should bf cxclud-
IKfn c) from thin discussion. However,
HCfld '4 it Is Intended to consider the gen-
Mli '-ral local power market, and not
Mwa strictly the city of Salt Lake, no dif-
Wgffl fei'cntlation Is made between power
Kile ,,!J'1 ,lorc or ln Ogdcn. 7rovo, Blng-
Hn ham, etc.. nlc. This leaven a rated
BiiBa capacity of U5.S50 kilowatts: but a.i
Kiln the majority of thee", plants suffer
mwmH from a shortage of water lor a greal-
wMfjlj or or less portion of each year, th
WKfi f ntlnuouK rapacity la matcriallv less
tban the above tolal.
MRU Since thla rednr-tlon factor varies
J 'rom month to month and from year
9mU lo year, with the stream flow, and
M Rcsforos Gray, Streaked or
BluM &V7ffiHfpfcrinU B'eaclicd lUlr or Moustache
mMf nffZtrnWsMy hilnUntuty. Glresnnyshiria
Si Tfluilyr f001 Llfht Brawn to Black.
rBJ -Mr 0o,B no' ' 'ub off. Cou-
hS r tAins no poisons and la not Ucbv
wmX i. . tiorereasr. Uold brail drureUfe.
Hfi jimc Till tend tou. a frlnl Sim for Oc poitpalS
Ursa fHMHgbt tfmr.s jo much) c U TourrunBlsl
H iJon'f U ,fnd direct to us. Bend the yclfwr
MB wrapper 7rpm two bollIt P'Jrchaaf d from a drucvlst
B and vie v.111 (rfvo you r. full-tlio bnttlo for nolblric.
WAUiOtiTA CO., 2205 Clark Ay- SL S.oUs fflZ
Mj Sold by SchramiTi-Johiisun, druga. 5 jjtorca
AbsolutelyPure m I
since two water power plants in tho
same, system but on different water
Bhcds may overcome each other's de
ficiencies or an auxiliary ateam plant
may aupply the. dcncle.ncy due lo low
-water, the writer does not caro to
assume the responsibility of stating
a' reduction factor that would bo a."
ceptuble to the plant operators. It
is believed, howovor, that, allowing
for thlH deficiency factor and for a.v
rage transmission losees that thcro
Is available or will bo available when
certain plants included In the above
list and now under construction are
complete and in opcrutlon. approxi
mately 45,000 kilowatts for delivery at ,
tributary markets. While It is not
within the province of thla paper to
e3tImn.to 'the present demands of the
power market or its rate of increase.
It is certain that this does not pro
vide any considerable margin and
that future requirements neceasitato
rapid further development.
Ah for the possibilities of future de
velopment of hydro-electric power within
the state, Mr. Randall enters into detail
regarding tho available) streams of the
ctate. of which the following summary is
Stream. in kilowatts.
Bear river -15,000
Blacksmith's Tork of Bear L',000
East, fork of Bear 1.000
Green river 27,500
Snake river 11, 250
Duchesne . 5,000
Ashley creek 5.000
Rock creek 1.250
San Rafael , 1,000
Box 121der 750
Allowing for transmission losses, this
will glvo about 00,000 kilowatts available
delivered power, as against tho -15.000
kilowatts now in operation or under con
struction, but it must be remembered
that outside of tho Bear river and the
American Falls site of the Snake river,
that these are unproved plants and that
thorough investigation might show many
of 'these sites incapable of commercial
development under present conditions.
Santa Cruz, Cal. Carl C. Tvratzen
stqiD, manager of tho J. G. Tanner
Drug Store, says: "Wc havo sold
Foley & Co.'s niedicinea for the past
twenty years and havo ycL to hear our
first complaint of a dissatisfied custo
men. Out expertenco shows us that
"Foley & Co.'s aim has always boon to
mako health jiving and health, main
t.aimug remedies." Schramm-Johnson,
Weather forecast for Salt Lake City and
the State of Utah: Fair Saturday and
Comparative weather data at Salt Lake
City November 35. 1012:
Highest temperature today was 19 de
grees: highest in this month since 1S7-1
was 71 degrees; lowest laot night was
EG degrees; lowest this month since 1S74
was 2 degrees below zero: mean tempera
ture for today was 12 degrees; normal
was -10 degrees: accumulated excess since
the first of tho mouth Is 10 degrecu:
accumulated deficiency slnco January L
is :J1S degrees.
Relative humidity at 6 n. m. today was
70 per cent; relative humidity at C "p. m.
t'l per cent,
Total precipitation for the twenty-four
hours cndlnsr at C p. in. was none; total
for this month to date la 1.01 inches;
accumulated crccoss for this month to
date Is .CO of an inch: total precipitation
slnco January I to dale Is 17.70 Inches;
accumulated excess since January 1 la
Sun rises at 7:17 a, m and sets at
5:00 p. m November 16, 1012.
WICAT.H ii R O BS ISR VA TIP N3.
Stations. - fSsr
v H -J S
7" rr- 'Jl
Boise TS 50 ii .01
CI)eyennc ;;.i 44 noi .00
Chicago to 12 52 .1)0
penvcr ig 52 :;2 .00
Des lolncs ! w .
Dodgo City 541 H8 Hi .'66
puluth y SG 22 .00
Durango r, 55 J .00
Grand Junction 4-1 32 no .00
Ha,vre 2 2 21 .00
Holona 42 no JJO
Jacksonville r,4 62 43 .00
Kanf-as City ;. iZ'l CO :;0l .00
"Landor 40 44 ;:o .00
Los Augcleu 72 7S SI .i0
Modena 4S 51 20 .00
Moorhead sj 34 "4 ,j0
New York 44 -is lis .00
New Orleans r0 Ofi 52 .00
North Platte at CO 2S .00
Oklahonia 00 74 46 .00
Phoenix 70 76 42 .00
Portland. Or 52 B 4S ".h
Rapid City ;;g f,0 40 .00
Roseburg ....... 50 r.4 35 .00
San Diego 06 70 50 .no
St. Iuis 42 50 M .00
l- p'luI -t H 4G 24 .011
San Francisco 00 62 GO 00
gUe 52 54 10 .OS
Sheridan r.2 ss 2S .00
.Spoknno 44 44l .121 .00
Tonopah IS 501 :!6 .00
AV;i:Onngton 40 46! 421 .na
NN'lllislon ;;2 42' ;:o: on
Wlnnmur'ea 44' SQj qq
SPECIAL RATES FOR
Short Line Makes Announce
ment of Fares to Stimulate
Rales for the Thanksgiving holidays
were announced yesterday by the passen
ger department of the Oregon Short Line
for. the j-Iarriman lines. Rates amount
ing to about one and a third faro will
bo sold over the sjystcm November 2Z
and November 25. There is no difference
as to the direction, the special rates ap
plying to .Denver, Omaha. San Francisco,
Spokauo, Portland and Seattle. The re
turn limit on thu tickets will be Janu
' ary 31.
In addition to the general holiday rates
a special rate for nearby points will be
offered, Ihc round trip to Ogden being
tho regular one-faro price. The local
tickets will be on sale November 27 and
2S, with a return limit of tho following
E. B. Brwln. general agent at Denver
for the Salt Lake Route, was a visitor In
Salt Lake City yesterday.
A. B. Hill, general agent of the pas
senger department of the Lehigh Valley,
was in this city yesterday on a busi
New buttons emblematic of the s.ifely
firat movement have been received at
the offices of the Oregon Short bine and
are being worn by members of tho safety
committees and by officials in the dif
W. D. McLcaah, (raveling passenger
agent for the Lehigh Valley, with head
quarters In Denver, was a visitor in Salt
Lake Cily yesterday.
Tamcs W. Coagravc. chief clerk In the
offices of the superintendent of the Pa
cific Fruit Express company, wllh head
jquarlors in Omaha, is in this city.
V?. J. itfandnmiij, general Interpreter
for the Illinois Central railroad at Chi
cago, was in Siilt Lake Cily yesterday
looking after the Greek passenger busi
ness. H. "fV. rrocltctt. commercial agent for
; tlie Chicago & Alton, left yesterday for
Chlcago. expecting to be cone about ten
days. He tob accompanied by his wife.
D. G. Patterson, city ticket agent at
Colorado Springs for the Denver & Rio
Grande, came 'to this city yesterrluy with
the Colorado college football team.
O. Culton, traveling paascnger agent
for the Eric, with hcadauarturs in Den
ver, was a visitor yesterday in Salt Lake
W. H. Bancroft, vice president and gen
eral manager of the Oregon Short Line,
and L Tl. Knickerbocker, assistant gen
eral manager, will return toda.y from a
trip of Inspection over the line.
"It ip a pleasuro lo tell you that
Chamberlain 's Oouph I?oraedy is tho
best eouirh medicine T havo over used,"
writes lira, llnrh Campbell of Avouia,
Ga. "T have ued it with all my chil
dren and the results havo been liighly
eatisi'actory. For sale by all donlcra.
C. D. Schettler's orchestra and JiClaa
Hartley, soloist, will give the music at
today') luncheon of the Commercial club.
The progrnmmo follows:
March National Emblem T.osoy
Selection. "Singing Girt" Herbert
"Breezes of tho Night" Lamotlis
"Swan Sung" Saint Saens
"Berceuse" Cello uolo Coddard
"Prima Donna" Herbert
"Thais" Violin solo Massenet
"Conciliator March" Lodge
I FAMOUS POODLE IS I
SEEN AT EMPRESS
MME. BUSSE, TRAINER.
AHA HIT V in doc; intclligcuec is
mauifcat at the Empress this
week, -w'boro TVime. Busso is culcrtaiu;
iii audiences with her troupe of
trained tloRfl, nnia'berinfr a dozen or
more, all real beauties. M'nie. Bnaso
I0VC8 her "doSKios," which no doubt
accounts for the sprightly nmuDcr in
whieli her p!s wti'ry uut her every
wish and request. Her entertainers
aro of tho "almost; hyinau" variety
and .never tail to briti down the hounc
a score of times during the course of
a performance.' The much-talkcd-of
"Eva Tanguay ' ' poodle is. 11 tiny bit
of 11 dog with loug white silken hair
which hangs down her buck in long
ringlets. 8hc is dressed In a pretty
satin yowu with thousands of span
gles and iy she waltzes and two-steps
the spot light is thrown on her, pre
senting a brill in nt picture. ''Eva Tan
euay'7 poodle is also arithmetical, for
sho" counts, adds, subtracts quite cor
rectly, numbers being given by mem
bers "of tho audience to show there is
110 trick in it. Another, a white silkiMi
Jiaired dog, comos in on her hind legs
and dances arouud. Sho could show
mau3r holies of the ball room some- ,
thing in waltzing and two-stepping,
though she is merely a "dawg. Aw
other one of tho whito "beauties is
dressed as a "culled" ladv and lone;
her skirt 011 the middle of tho stage,
while a third is doing some very Hr-vor
work in balancing himself oa a single
SALT LAKE THEATER "Bought
nnd Paid For." Tonight, with
matlneo this afternoon.
ORPHEUM Vaudeville performances
every afternoon and ev-nlnp.
Hcadliner this week, the Offcdo's
Manon Grand Opera company.
COLONIAL "Mrs. Wiggs of the
Cabbage Patch," tonight and to
morrow night, wllh matinee S'at
tirday. EMPRESS Two performances every
night, with matinee every afternoon.
Th follonlnn f heller ' rmllctn te mr.rfced
"dTrll3omedl" In onJr to comply with x
itrlcl JntsrprrUlloo ct tho ntv le'Jcrtl news
rpor lt.Tr. Ip uo sicas are they paid afl
Tertlaecieala. Tber aro ltenin furjlsbl bj
the press tns o tha Tirlouj tbeitera.
WITH today's two performances of
"Mrs. Vrt'ss3 of the Cabbage
Patch" the engagement of that play
at the Colonial will close, and begin
ning Sunday night Cathrlno Count Iss
and the Colonial company will inaugu
rate the final week of their slay in
Salt Lake in "Brewster's Millions." The
comedy Is a popular favorite locally and
one of tho heaviest weeks of the season
is expected. Tho house for today's
matinee is entiroly sold out and very
few weals remain for tonight's show.
Tho current wcok's bill at the Orohcum
will close with this afternoon's and to
night's shows when the company will
move on lo Denver. Commencing to
morrow afternoon a notable bill is Ihc
promise topped by tho celebrated Irish
actor, Owen McGlvoncy, said to be the
king of protean actors. iho does five
quick changes and plays a scene from
"Oliver Twist." introducing an incident
in Bill Sykcs's garret and playing tho
parts of Bill Sykos. Nancy. P'agin, Monk
and the Artful 3odger without a break
in the thrilling story. "An Indian Ro
mance." carrying a company or nine 1
including six Shoshone Indians, alco will
be a big feature.
Tho last performance of "Bough! and
Paid For" will be given at the Salt Luke
theater this afternoon and tonight. The
Colorado nnd University of Utah football
teams will bo the guests of the man
agement. Today is ladies' and children"! (jay at
the Empress theater, whero Mine. Bunnr.
and her canlno entertainers are giving
a marvelous performance of dog in
telligence. Not in months, and doubtless
if at. any lime during the reason ha a
troupe of so thoroughly trainee poodles
and fox terriers cvr appeared nt a local
theater. On the bill wllh Mine Bussi:
and Iht dog entertainers aro lo bo found
a number of acts which arc among the
best of whlrli vaudeville can boa?t,
condoling of Hugh Lloyd. In his daro
devil aomertaultlng. llanw Brooks and
company. In the strong dramatic nlav
Jettc. "The. Old Minstrel": Musette. "Tho
Dancing Violinist": Ihe O'Rourkes, pro-'
niler dancers: Thomas Poller Dunn,
singing character comedian.
he Cheerful Life I
It is fche right of everyone to live and enjoy the cheerful life. We owe
I 1 it to ourBelves and those who live with us to live the cheerful life. Vfc,
I cannot do so if ill health takes hold of U3.
The wife, mother and daughter suffering from hot flashes, nervousness,
headache, bkarJie. dragOTigrKlcrwn feellnff, or any other wcaknrjia duo to dleordsro
or irregularities of tha delicate femnlo orsrans is not only n burden to bertetf.
but to her loved ones.
There i a remedy. Forty ycaw experience bza proran unmistakably that
will restore health to weakened womankind. For 40 years It has survived i
prejudice, envy nd malice. Sold by dealer In medicine in liquid or tablet form.
Br. Pierce's Fcorha Preecrlptbn TobJeta cn be had of dnnrtrlet or mailed on
receipt of one-cent stamps for $1.00 or 60c size. Address It. V. Pierce, M. D
Buffalo. N. Y.
Dr. PIerceTs Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate
I I atomach, liver and bowels, Sqgar-coated, tiny grannies.
We have the sizes
nS Good J'cel: depend on proper shoe fitting.
lfen Proper fitting is impossible -without
knowledge, PLUS, proper sizes and -widths.
llllll Can you afford to experiment with
jl Your Only Pair of Fed H
n- shocinff em at a store , that muy be iM I
Q lacking in either oJ: these absolute require- !9J2
3 incnts, sizes and knowledge."
AYc have both. "
Harding's " ' M
w Walk-Over Shoe Store
MP 214 Main Street
Agents for Holeproof Hose.
Ifeg IS E. FIRST SOUTH STKEETJ
Victor Victrola and Solo Apollo Concert
Saturday, November 16th, 3;30 O'CIock
MISS JSOBA SIIAW. SopT&no Soloist f
SYBELLA OLAYTON EASSETT, Accompauist
1. Sctniramidc Overture Police Baud, Mexico
2. "The Prince of PilecD.-" Selection.... Luclors
- I). "Just a Weary! a' for You" .Lucy Ta-rsh
Victor Victrola .
1. "My Mother Bids Me Bind My Hair . -.".V.". .' . . .Hayda
Miss Shaw y '. '
u. Cam'ice "Yicnols;" Violin Kric;ier
ti. "Old Black Joe," Paraphrase do Concert Gimbel
7. "I flcur You Calliope Me" . Ino. IF. McCorrnack
S. (n) "J'Jio r.otiisblume " ' Schumann
(b) "Dio Jtose Die Lilie" . ,
Miss Shaw . .i.. .
P. "Dio MciElorsingcr," Prcislicd :.T! Wagner
10. 'r7th'Jioimciit Marcb."' Meyer? .Sousa'a Band
11. Qiiarl.ctLc "La Bohemo' I'arrari, Via fora, "Caruso, Scotti
12. ''!Xobil Sijoori alutc! I' Hutucnots" Meverbecr
' Miss Shaw
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