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title: 'The Evening standard. (Ogden City, Utah) 1910-1913, November 02, 1912, Image 14',
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H '" ,, , THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912. -r. JM
H I Just a few of the many, many reasons we have for believing in Ogden amd her 4jF2&f
1 I fufurean invifailon to Join the Booster Club I f
B I i nam i ! nn in nil iiimmimi niw in iihibii biiiihi -iniTiinTnTiwiii iiiniiTiiiTWiBrtrnrrTM n i 11 1 n i' 1 1 i i i i '' i 1 Is-
V 1 INCREASE THE PROFITS
i I "" FROM YOUR FARM
R I Laad that is manured with a manure spreader will yield from
H i one-third to one-half more per acre than land manured with
H the fork. We carry the two best manure spreaders made ; the
M "John Dcre" and "Clover Leaf." Come in, and we U he
H ' ;lad to give you complete information about these spreaders.
M CONSOLIDATED WAGON & MACHINE GO.
H J. w. Chambers, Branch Mgr. GEN' UTAH
M Suited to Palace or Cottage
H Brick la adaptable to a houw of any sire of any otyle the Palaco
H r 'BoSSl'Sf Ite smailnoea of eJro, Brick can be put together In
H .nv form plain ourfaces, bay windowa. belt couraa or trim.
H "y MU?h Inflating "pattern" work can ba done In ordinary Brick.
H Europe abotinda In good brlok work, both ancient and modern.
H 8omo of It Is centurlea old and atlll perfect.
m America la rapidly taking her place as an artlatlc user of Brick
1 Inveatlgato and you will be pleased with the beauty of modern brick
LEEK BRICK CO.
H , 2443 Washington. 1
I PURE-EAT-A SAUSAGE
THE BEST EVER
! Pure Pork (no trimmings). Manufactured
H j only by
H RUSSELL-JAMES CO.
M The Meat Dealers, and Everything to Eat.
H i I
I MAIL ORDERS FILLED
A complete mall order department 13 maintained at thh store I
A number of clerks give their entire time to shopping for those who 1
tend their orders here by mail, I
The girl who fills your mall order will do so as carefully as
though she were shopping for herself. Catalogues are sent out every I
spring and fall. If you live outride of Ogden, let us put your name I
on the list.
W. H. WRIGHT & SONS CO. j
DON'T FORGET 1
THOSE EXTRA TROUSERS FREE
with each suit during- the period of Oct. 5 to Nov. 19th. Do
not overlook this bargain.
Your time i3 limited do not delay. Call and see us.
ED SMYTH TAILORING CO.
Security Trust and Savings Bank Bldg. 2482 Washington Ave.
H Hea ctiiiik mil m mi iiiwiimwLkiuiwMxiMHWiUMafggMi
iDO YOU EVER EAT SARATOGA CHIPS?
If you do you will appreciate thcBe "we make; they ard
clean, snappy and wholesome. Blade in our new
FACTORY IN OGDEN j
We also make jellies, vinegar, mincemeat, 3aurkraut and I
SUPERIOR HORSE RADISH & PICKLE
Rio Grande & Euclid Avenues. Phone 2280
ARE UTAH'S BEST
IF YOUR DEALER DON'T HAVE THEM
ASK HIM WHY
Made in Ogden ' ;
by Shupe Williams Candy Co. ' - -
H J Utati Knitting' Co.
; 1 For all kinds of UNDERWEAR, SWEAT-
I ERS, BLANKETS, HOSIERY-A11 goods
H I guaranteed.
302 25th St. Ogden, Utah
PIPE LINE TO POWER PLANT OF DAVIS & WEBER
COUNTIES CANAL CO.
rower Plant as an Aid..;
, to Manufacturing : 'fe
S ' 1 . " rx.
I WHY OGDEN IS A DESIRABLE PLACE FOR ,. :
I THE ESTABLISHMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ' "V.
PLANTS REQUIRING CHEAP POWER ELEC-
i TRIC PLANTS NEAR OGDEN ARE GENERAT-
I mG POWER CAPABLE OF TURNING THE v- ,
" WHEELS OF HUNDREDS OF MANUFACTURE "r "
? n ' ING ESTABLISHMENTS COMPLETION OF
r . THE DAVIS & WEBER COUNTIES CANAL . -" ,
I " COMPANY'S POWER STATION. - - --
? When manufacturers are asked to i
build theh factories in n certain io-
i cality. rcasonB must be given stating
j the advantages the locality has (o of-
for to prospective factory buildeis.
I The question of raw material Is ills- '
j cussed as well as the opportunities
lor the quick marketing of the flnish-
; ed product Men for employment In
the factories must be available and
r then there is the question of power
r lor the operation oi machinery
t Wo believe that Ogden offers oppor-
r utilities to manufacturers because this' '.
!, city can sup.)ly everything necessary '
!; to the success of a factory
Electric power, it not too expensive,
r Is preferred over any other because
u of Its convenience cleanliness and
i because an electric motor does not
? loquire nearly so much space as a
r r.team plant. If a city offers the ad-
i vantage of raw material, good rall-
load facilities for the quick market-
i lug of products, an available labor ,,
t; supply as well as unlimited electric
power at a fairly leahonable rate, we
a believe that cit vis an advantageous
i locality for manufactories Such ad-
I vantages are offered b the city of
a Ogden. and, in fact, bj the entiro W'e-
1 bcr county.
I Weber county now has three coni-
i inercial power plants two operated by
J the Utah Light & Railway company
and one by the Davis & Weber Coun-,
I tk's Canal company.
Of the two plants operated by the
S Utah Light & Railway company, tlm
4 pioneer plant, is I he older and was
1 the first larce )lant built in the coun
I ty. The plant is located in Ogden
H near the mouth of Ogden canyon east
M of this city and was begun in lS9o nnd
I was finished late in 1S97. Great en
I cineerlng difficulties, were encounter
fl ed in the construction of the pipe
B line from tlie reservoir in Ogden can
I ' yon six miles to the power house.
1 Eight tunnels, each nine feet in di
ll ametcr, were made through solid roclc
1 and it was necessary to build eight
eteol bridges, totalling SCO feet. The
D pipe line consists of 27.000 feet of
9 wooden sla.vo pipe, six feet in diam
U eter and 4.600 feet of double riveted
H steel pipe at the power house end of
the line The steel pipe was' cou- . :
structed in a machine shop built on ;
the ground for the purpose
The power house is constructed of
pressed briol; and contains lour I, SOU- i5'
horsepower Knlgnt Impulse wheels, :2 '
inches in diameter To the3c vhecls ,"'-s1"
are connected four central General '
Electric three-phase ajlernatois, each ,".
having a generative capacity of 750
kilowatts at 2 300 olts. Ten units
:ne now In operation, but it is planned ' '
to install five more In a short time
The plant at Devil's Gate is located - Au
12 miles southoast of Ogden and was -j
completed in 11)10 A imisonrv over- v
flow dam, G5 feet long and 20 feet " '"
high, was built across the river At
a point three miles above the mouth
of Weber canyon. The water is con- w -
ducted through a concrete conduit. f
seven feet in diameter for 2.QQ0 Teet ... . k
down tlio cnn on For the next 7,000 n?v
feet a 74-inch wooden stave pipe is .;'
used and for the last 7n feet it Is nrc- '
essary to use a double riveted steel J
pipe. . ;
In the power liouse is a single unit, ,
a 4.700 horsepower Pelton impulse . s
wheel, directly connected to a Wert- '
ern Electric alternator of 2,500 kilo
watt capacity generating a three- '' "
phase current at 2.u00 volts The
power is then stepped up to 40,000
volts by means of transformers ai;d
is transmitted at that pressure to Salt
Lake and Ogden.
A reservoir in East canyon nnd tho
natural flow of Wober river furnish t
the water for the hydro-electric plant .. -,
of the Davis & Weber Counties Canal .,.
company. The water flows through '
a canal to the pipe line From Uieio
it flows through two steel pipes dl- i
rectly to the two Francis turbines.
The power, house and intake gate
house arc absolutely fireproof and the
buildings and machinery are support- .
ed by massive reinforced concieto .
At tills time 5.000 horsepower may
be developed, but 7,500 more may he
added when occasion requires Half
of tills power has been contracted ior '
by the Salt Lake &. Ogden Railwny
company, but the other half Is still
il BLANKET SEASON l
! IS HERE j:
I We ha-ve recently installed a NEW AND IM- I
(PROVED SYSTEM of washing and drying 4
WOOL BLANKETS which leaves them as i
B soft and fluffy as new. ? t
I Money back if you are not pleased. "
I TMOY LAUNHKY 8 I
B BADGER COAL & LUMBER CO. )
E "True economy is not so much in what you j
I pay for what you get, as what you get, for 'i M
I what you pay." f !
I GIVE US A TRIAL AND BE '
I CONVINCED. .", ; U (
I Phone 885. .J
Ogden Steam Latandry o0 1
I Launders and French Dry Geaners 1 '
1 " ; S
I O. A. PARMLEY, Manager -
I 437 Twenty-fifth Street Phone 174 1 .
8 HAVE YOU TRIED jj
. ' BLAOKIVTAN & GBTFFIN CO. & I
j Gold Leaf Brand Lard Es s
Utah Made Product ' -II
T EACH CAN IS INSPECTED BY A GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL, r. "wfi
f THE ONLY LARD PUT UP UNDER GOVERNMENT IN- j
SPECTION IN THE STATE. DEMAND IT FROM YOUR ? I
R DEALER. J
1 OGDEN PACKING AND 'PROVISION CO. I I
I OGDEN 'M7 LAKE CITY oAN FRANCISCO ?.
( 1 A Utah Product for Utah People. 1 I
I WITH ALL MAN'S inventions, he's 1
I never invented anything that is much I
I better than HOME MADE BREAD. 1 j
I Your bread will be light, with that f0 p
I delicious flavor you like so well, and I m
I mighty appetizing, if you use J m
CRESCENT FLOUH I
I WESSLER'S BEST Perfecto Cigar leads them jj 4M
1 all for a clean smoke. 1 v m
I WESSLER CIGAR CO., Makers jj I
I LA REBOSA Clear Havana Cigar. Try One. I
I WESSLER CIGAR CO., Makers f; j
h d i .i -'- " i i x.i , i -. , wim! -ww'LmfJtmf rff, , Hill
Hi j You will never Know tne meaning' of satisfaction, till you try I
I :ZS". PIERCE'S SAUERKRAUT, SSZT 1-1
uiah cabbage UTAH CANNING COMPANY ; PREPARING ' f 1
ft IS " " . I