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2 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY AUGUST 24 1910
THIY WJNl
M ORE AltR
Engineer Joseph West af
ter Making Personal In
vestigations Says City
Can Get the Water Need
ed and Favors Voting
the Bonds
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I Editor Standard
Mayor Glasmnnn after answering
all my Inquiries but the one relathc
to tho citys rights in Taylors canyon
concludes by saying 1 bellero Mr
West uudcrfitands nil this
While I have understood that ft
considerable quantity of water has for
years passed Into Weber river from
our sewerage system I hare uev r
before known that It had been legally
exchanged for Ogden River water
Neither do 1 now linow that such
exchange made with canal compan
ies taking water from below tho con
fluence of both streams and whoso
rights are secondary to many users
from the Ogden constitutes a very
permanent right or one that can at
all times be depended upon During
tho great water scarblty of a few
years ago It took all tho water that
Ogden River contained to supply tho
prior rights of parties taking water
above tho point whore tho citys BOW
crago Is discharged so that even
Plain City one of the oldest settle
ments In the county and whose rights I
covor both streams was for a long I
time deprived of water and suffered
tremendously In consequence Aa a
cycle of dry years has visited this
section pretty regularly alnco Its ear
ly settlement and may begin again at
any time what assurance have we
that whatever rights we may acquire
by the exchange spoken of will ho
sufficiently permanent to warrant the i
largo outlay for which wo are asked I
to authorize the isnuance of bonds
The citys present right to Ogden I
rlvor water over and above the one
cubic foot that I personally purchased I
from Joseph Taylor and which tot I
years constituted the citys first wat
er supply was either acquired through
a tacit exchange such as has boon
spoken of in which event we are not
entitled to any more or through the
Citys increasing appropriation year i
by year of water from said stream
without any legal protest being made
by those who had prior rights there
to for It must be remembered that
all of tho water In Ogdcn river was
owned and beneficially used long be
fore Ogdens first water system of
which I was at one time a fourth
owner was constructed If acquired
by the latter method these rights so
long peacefully enjoyed cannot now
ho legally taken away but any pres
ent enlargement of thorn in like man
ner cannoi be safely undertaken and
may moot with opposition that we
little contemplate at thigllmo
If the citizens of Ogden with n
ull understanding of the situation
decide to Issue bonds for tho con
servation of such rights as we now
possess then no after criticisms of
the administration that recommended
it can be Justly made henco I nay let
us all understand tho matter correct
ly and vote accordingly
My personal inquiries upon this
subject were not Inspired by any
captious motive or any desire to be
he rdaG the Honorable Mayor would
seem to infer but purely from a wish
II lo understand all phases of thin im
portant question which if decided in
the affirmative will add another hun
dred thousand dollars to our already
oppressive debt
JOSEPH WEST r
Since writing the above which rnv
absence on the Brlgham lne haft
prevented me from handing In earlier
I have been advised that considerable
water has boon developed In the now
sewer across the Ogtlen that can bo
advantageously exchanged for water
In the upper Ogden Also by the ex
penditure of a little means a consider
able flow can be had In Cold water
canon where a portion of the tronm
is lont In passing over a portion of
Its channel
There arc always to bo found in
many of our upper canyons copious
springs whose waters are soon lost In
the many fissures that cross their
course In fact thee grand old moun
tains are full of water and they should
be made to give up It It can be done
at reasonable expense
Above the fruit land bslt surround
ing Brigham City numerous tunnels
have been driven into the mountains
and cons dcrahlo water thus obtained
Wells have also been mink on up
lands and an abundant supply thna
encountered that by the use of a lit
tlo electric motor and pump supply
largo areas of fruit laud below I
call to mind one well that fills a four
inch pipe in this way at a cot of
twentyfour dollars per month and
the supply so far has never been ex
hausted
While therefore our water supply
Is limited and In many respects un
certain during seasons of scarcity
when It s the moat needed I am
confident It can he greatly enlarged
by a judicious expenditure of means
in tho direction Indicated Were this
I done no citizen having the interest of
Ogden at heart would fall to vote the
n bonds for fta utilization
Let this experimentation be undertak
en and I am confident the result
would do more for the bond Issuo
than anything else that could be said
or done
JOSEPH A WEST
It gives this paper pleasure to noun
that Mr West haw made a personal
Investlgutlon and bas convinced him
self thnt the cltv will be able to se
cure plenty of water to fill tho new
conduit to be btUl down the canyon
This whole matter Is a question for
the people
The city will not spend a single dol
1 lar to Influence the people one way or
the other If the peoolp dont want to
increase the water of Ogden City let
them vote NO a week from next Tues
day
THifVES RAN
AUTOVi1 DITCH
Jack Browning had his automobile
considerably damaged Monday even
Ing by unknown persons who took tho
machine from the Hermitage in Og
don canyon whore it had been loft
for a few minutes by tho owner and
after running It a short distance ran
It into a ditch and abandoned It
Tho front axle was sprung one ot
the lamps was torn off and other por
tions of the machine were damaged
to a considerable extent There Is
a slight clue to tho miscreants who
are evidently unfamiliar with hand
ling a machine and arrests may fol
low
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S S S
0 n < Q mOM THE BL D
Tho cause of nil skin diseases can be tracod to somo humor in tho blood
Healthy cuticlos are only possible where tho circulation Is pure nnd there
lore tho euro of any skin trouble can only oomo from a thorough cleansing
of this vital fluid Salves washes lotions otc cannot euro True such
treatment relieves some of tho itching and discomfort helps to reduce in
flammation and aids in keeping tho affected parts clean but it does not
reach tho blood whore tho real causo ia located and at best can only bo
palliating and soothing S S S cures skin diseases of ocry character and
kind because it purifies tho blood It goes into the circulation and removes
the humors that are causing tho trouble builds up weak acrid blood and
completely cures Eczema Acne Totter Salt Rhoum Poison Oak and every
other variety of skin affection When S S S has driven tho humors from
the blood and purified the acidheated circulation every symptom passes
away the cuticle is again nourished with rich healthful blood and comfort
is given to diseasetortured skins Book on Skin Diseases and any medical
advice freo to all who write THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA
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TUNGSTJENS
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Are you trying to reduce your lighting bill The hours of light
i ing aro increasing and the long nights will soon be with us
Havo you tried the wonderful lamp called the tungsten V They
reduce the amount of current 40 per cent and your bills will
be in proportion Dont buy one lamp and expect to get the
promised results put in tungstens wherever you iso much
light then you will reduce your bills
A 40 watt tungsten will give you 25 cnndlepower Onr
Edison lamps use 56 watts and only give you 1G candlepower
Tho tungsten lamp costs more but it more than makes up its i
coat in the saving of tho current used Night becomes dny
when tungstens arc used They are unexcelled for the home
t or the store in and hr11 1
economy brilliancy When the sun goes I
down turn on the tungsten lamp his only rival s I
For sale at reduced prices I
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N INSURANCE that Injures by the only life Insurance company
D JL in America lower
giving r rates to temperance men and women
F Insorcj against death from any came with weekly benefits for
O accident onehalf face of policy paid In cue of total disability
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FOR FULL F4R1ICUL4Rs 4DDRW
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K 253 BROADWAY NEW YORK CITY
NEW PASTOR
FOR OGDEN
At the eosslon of the Utah mission
of the Methodist church which closod
ut Provo Sunday night Rev JC
nolllriBJj nwn Appointed pastor
of the church nt Ogden
Dr Kolllnq comes from n years
ccrvlcti nt Rocky frord Colorado but
provlouB to that time he was pastor
of the large First Methodist church
at Albuquerque Now Mexico
Dr Rollins Is spoken of in the
highest terms by Rev Samuel Blair
H former pastor In this city and later
superintendent of the Now Mexico
mission of which Dr Rollins was a
member
It is not known when the new pas
tor will arrive but he is expected to
be here sometime early In Septem
ber
NOTICE
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To Examiner Crediors
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial Distract of the State of Utah
within and for Weber county
In the matter of Iho assignment of
B R Bowman and Paul M Lee co
partners under the firm name of the
Ogden Morning Examiner
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
The undersigned hereby gives no
tice of UB appointment as assignee of
the estate of 13 n Bowman and Paul
M Lee insolvent debtors doing busi
ness under the name nod style of
Ogden ilornli Examiner at Og
den Web or county Utah to the cred
itors of and all persons having oalras
against said assignors to exhibit the
same with tho necessary vouchers in
the manner and within the period of
time provided for by Jaw to the un
dersisncd at No 310 First National
Bank building Ogdon City Utah
PINGREE NATIONAL BANK
Assignee
Willis DeVIne Attorneys for As
signee No 301I First National Bank
building
First Publication Aug 13th 1910
Last Publication Sept 24th 1910
JUDGE LOVEH
fNROUH EAST
Judge R S Lovett head of the
Harriman system stopped off In Og
den yesterday morning for a short
time having arrived on No G which
was devoured Pocatello direct to
Ogden Instead of going via Granger
Judge Lovett was accompanied by
ills private secretary R J Cornell
His stay lasted about thirty minutes
He loft at noon for the ea t
It Is rumored that Mr Lovett has
been inspecting the country around
Duck lako In anticipation of an ex
tension In that vicinity of the Harri
man roads
NOTICE
I will not bo responsible for any
dobts contracted by Mrs W A Bax
ter after August 22 1910
W A BAXTER
BOY BiHEN
BYADOC
Raymond Parry aged 12 son of
Charles C Parry a painter residing
at 316 Eighteenth street was severe
ly bitten last evening by a dog be
longing to a Chlneso gardner on
Twelfth street
The boy called at the Chinamans
house to buy some potatoes and wad
set upon by the dog which tore a
wound lu his arm The physician
who attended the boy Instructed tho
lather to have tho dog kopt for at
last five data to determine If It was
afllcted with rabies und then to have
It killed by tho police
The Chinaman admitted that the
dog had previously bitten people but I
that ho had kent him securely tied to
n heavy piece of Iron In attacking
young Parry the dog dragged tho
weight along with him The China
ran was willing to havo tho dog
killed but refused to do It himself as
It had been a pet for a number of
years and he was greatly attached I
to It
BCLn HGHVAYA
RCBS A WOMMf
Mrs Charles D Norman 2331 Wall
avenue was tho victim of a bold
holdup last evening at Twentysixth
street and Grant avenue
While crossing tho street In the
full glare of tho arc light Mrs Nor
man was seized by a small dark
complexioned man who demanded
her money She had but thirty cents
In her purse but gavo it to him and
he quickly disappeared
Mrs Norman had her infant with
her at tho time and was severely
frightened by her experience Tho
police wero notified half an hour af
ter the occurrence but there is little
hope that the thief will be appro
hendod
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f b r September 23 to 29 1910 you can i
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OFFICE 360 24th STREET UPSTAIRS
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VOTE fOR BONDS
MEANS REDUCTION OF FIRE
INSURANCE RATES IN
OGDEN CITY
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Board of Fire Underwrlters of the
Pacific
Salt Lake City Aug 20 1910
Honorable William Glnanmnn Mayor
Ogden Utah
Dear SirWith further reference
to fire fighting facilities nt your city
and In recognition thereof n reduc
tion In insurance rates covered un
der your favor of August 8 and our
reply of the Sth instant Wo beg to
advise that under todays mall there
goes forward to San Francisco for
presentation to the executive commit
tee a new report on conditions at Og
den in connection therewith our rec
ommendations for a reduction In
rates If tho committee can see its
way to consistently adopt our sug
gestion tho work rf publishing a
new book of rates for Ogden will be
taken up at once and whole as we
believe you will appreciate It will
tako a month or so to accomplish
this when published such rates will
he dated to become effective sixty
days prior to time of promulgation
It vas found by our surveyors upon
their recent Inspection that your new
reservoir lo only partly filled and
the old one is empty Wo havo how
over based our recommended per
centage of credit upon the combined
storage quantity of theso two sup
plies Wo were Informed that the
new reservoir will be full within tho
course of a month or six weeks and
that the old reservoir will be filled
early next spring
The new aerial truck to be pur
chased by the cltv In the Immediate
future has been recognized In the re
port Wo have also taken Into con
sideration new street being cut
through your prlnc pal block The
survey contemplates the rigid en
forcement of building laws explosive
and combustible ordinance and the
strict adherence to National Electric
al code in all wlrng
At the time of our representatives
vlrit to the fire station only 65
pounds pressure was registered by
the device Installed at that place
This low pressure we were told was
due to lawn sprinkling It would
gLem essentnl therefore that a suit
able rlgnal bo sounded from the cent
ral fire station for all alarms at
which times it shall be required that
oil sprinkling cease throughout the
city In our report the pressuro has
been treated as standard and such
condition we do not think can be de
pended upon unless reservoirs aro
Kept full at all times and ordinance
Od suggested strictly enforced I
We have not taken Into considera
tion the Improvements contemplated
by tho proposed 100000 bond Issue
viz duplicate main from reservoirs
and Increased water supply flowing
to same Such facilities would how
ever be recognized by further de
duction Under present arrangement
it Is possible through tho breakage
of the main convoying water from
reservoirs to the distribution system
to leave the town without water sup
Ply With two pipe lines simultaneous
damage both would of course be
highly improbable An Increased wa
ter supply could also he recognized
Tile computation of Insurance rates
is as you know based largely upon
possibilities and the more water
available of course minimizes tho
possibility of a shortage It would
te to the clt > s advantage therefore
not only In other respects but In
the matter of fire insurance cost as
well If the bonds carry and tho Im
provements are mado
Trusting wo shall be able to co
operate In this matter Yours very
truly G W LAWRY
Dlstrict ecretary
SHEEP HERDERS
I IAKitU hvES
District Forester a A Sherman re
ceived a dispatch last evening from
Misaoula Aiuuuuia in response to nis
outer to stud tlfty fire fighters to
the scene ot action on receipt of an
swer The telegram is as lollows
Fire lighting forces at present dis
organized Efforts now being made
to trace up all crews with relief par
ties before maulng further stand
against timber fires Will notify you
later if assistance Is needed
Signed Silcox associate district
forester
J W H Cook clerk In tho
fiscal ofllco volunteered his ser
vices last evening to assist In
handling the accounts arising I
from the employment of extra I
men to fight the fires in Montana
Word has not been received from MJo
soula headquarters accepting the of r
fer but It will probably be confirmed
I this morning I
A lengthy message from Forest
I Supervisor Dan S Peck received last
night from Palisade Nevada stated
that three serious fires are raging on
I the Palisade National forest Deputy
Supervisor Charles Beam is In
charge of a crow engaged on ono fire
I lending a crew in an indeavor to
check n second while ono of tho for
est rangers has charge of a third
crew
Mr Peck reported that ho had been
unable to secure sumclent men near
the forest and that additional assis
tance was being rushed to the scene
by loam
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Assistant District Forester Homer I
13 Fenn returned I
esterday evening
from an Inspection of the Sawtooth
I National Forest bring ng word thit
I a serious fire which ha < been roping
In the forest for several days past
Is still uncontrolled but thnt tho for
j est 9fHcers had backfired from a
I ridge and have the area of danger
surrounded
I This fire is supposed to have been
started by sheen borders who are
I now under arrest nwnltlnr their hear I
lIng before the United States com
I mis < jonrr on n crlirlnal charge As
slrtant Law Officer A W Jensen hrs
I gone to tim Swtop forest to repre
sent the Forest service In the pros
I eoTJtlon of the case
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WHEN YOU GO TO SALT LAKE
I stop at the New Windsor Hotel Hy I
rum Baird Prop Good service fair
rates
HOVfR rh a 1 OR SPRY
ISSUES CAll
Gov William Spry Issued Monday
the gubernatorial proclamation for
the coming general election Tho
following officers aro to be elected
on Tuesday November S
One representative at largo of tho
state of Utah in thc Congress of the
United Statos
Senators In tho state legislature as
fOllows
One jrom each of the following son
atorial districts Second Fourth
Ninth Eleventh and Twelfth two
from the Sixth senatorial district and
two from the Seventh senatorial dis
trict
Representatives In the stato legis
lature as follows
One from each of tho following rep
resentative districts First Third
Fifth Sixth Seventh Ninth Tenth
Twelfth Thirteenth Fifteenth Six
teenth Seventeenth Eighteenth
Nineteenth Twentieth Twentyfirst
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richest of golden grain and the purest of sparkling spring
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Twentysecond Twentythird Twenty
fourth Twentyfifth Twentysixth
and Twentyseventh
Two from tho Fourteenth repre
sentative district
Three from the Second represent
ative dk trlct
Four from the Fourth ronreaonta
live district and four from tho Elev
enth representative district
Ten from the Eighth representa
tive district
Two county commissioners one for
the term of four years and ono for
the term of two years va county
treasurer sheriff a county clerk a
county recorder a county attorney I
a county surveyor and a county as I
sessor In each county of tho state a
county superintendent of schools In
each county of the state except In
the counties of Salt Lake Weber
Morgan Boxcldcr and Cache and a
county auditor In all counties of tho
stole having on assessed valuation of
20000000 or upwards
Justices of tho pence and consta
bles In thc precincts of the respect
ive counties of the state an fixed by
the respective boards of county com
missioners and justices of the peace
and constables in cities of the rK i
class as provided by law and If
stables In cities having a populaM
of more than 15000 Inhabitants o
provided by law
PRESBYTERIAN TEACHERS
THREE SESSIONS HELD
American Fork Aug 2tThre
toresMng sessions of the Prcsbytfn
Teachers convention were held hf
today The feature of the raorH
session was an address by the Hr
Josiah McClain on the Proper ta
tude of tho Christian Pulpit Towvl
False Systems of nolgion In 01
Country The Rev McClalo re 1
anable address and It was an tote
est ng discussion which followed
The afternoon session was ilcv ° lrt
to a discussion of The Moral Tru >
Ing of Students Its Needs oi
Methods The discussion was lt1
by Prof George B Swcazey of tt
Collegiate institute In the cvonias F
Thomas Weir superintendent of W
First Presbyterian church Sundw
school at Salt Lake City made an ad
dress on Hawaii
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