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H PAGE EIGHT THE SUN, PRICE, UTAH-EVERV FIUDAY - DECEMBER 1Q, 19 J
H Patrons of the City Light and Water
m service are hereby notified that all
H delinquents will be discontinued on
H December 15th 1915.
B By order City Council,
I A. H. Hunten, Treasurer
K I o. Ilnrfinann returned Hntur-
H ilny frnin n iihnrt sojourn In Hnlt Ijike
B J. II. Mnnson of tliii Price Klcc-
B trl oompony spent Humlny with tiU
B nt Provo.
B Mlm Killth Causer returned lit
BBS Helper Tuesday evening nftrr it llt
BB Willi her liruthcr, John Causer.
BBS I'nrlo)' llhrnd of Ctmlvlltu linn
BBS ' omo tit Prlen to make hi home here.
BBf I If l n brother of Mr. II. II. (loctx-
BBv Mr. nml Mm. William Parry went
BBVc Hptlllgvllln KliliiU) mi n. tlslt. Thry
BBBJ were recently ennncolcd with the
BBS Mm. J. MfOnnn iltul children nr-
BBBf uved thin week from Ml. Pleasant to
BBBt mnke I'rloo thrlr home, McOnlin In
BBB& hik In business lieri'.
BBS Joseph Allen of Conlvllln U ii re-
BBBZ "it nrrlvnl nt Htorrs. where )n has
BBB taken a responsible position with thn
BBBf Hprlng Canyon Conl company.
BBB Congressman ntul Mrs. Joseph
BBBj Howell uml daughter Huth nnd nun
BBBJ Wesley Irft Knit I-nko City last wcrk
BBBJ cir Washington, O. ('.. for tlii winter.
BBB Mr. nml Mm. Prnnk II. Ilnrsluy
BBB relumed to thrlr homo nt M)ton luitt
BBBJ Hominy uflcr attending thn funeral
BBBJ hist Thursday of the former's inothrr
BBBJ -Mm. I-eonn lilnck mul lur sons,
BBBJ Elmer mul M. I). Illauk, of llluwathn,
BBBJ l 't Thursday Tor Dawson, N. M
BBV wheie they Intend entering thn dairy-
BBB lias Anderson was In Oil week
BBBj from III Hnldler Canyon runeli. Live
BBBJ stock out that wny hitvo no for ilonn
BBBS well thin winters It look na If losses
BBBM' would Imi llicht from now on.
BBB. Hum l. JewkeM of Cnslln Ontu
BBBh wit transacting business nt I'rloo the
BBBM 'lint of the week. The mines urn
BBBa -oiklnn fairly well, he suys. unit the
KABJf men nre satisfied with conditions.
KBBK -Hubert llowurit. Inspector for the
BKBv I nlleil Htntes I'uel company mines,
BBB "it In Price .last Tuesday front one
BBm f hi periodical trip unit spent the
BBS ! with his family who reside here.
BKBT Mm. Durham rorrcster, county
BBBV leportler. returneil Tuesday from an
BBBM xteliileil vlult of iieVrafweekii In the
BBBM Weit. While uwuy ho) UI1im1 Han
BBBM l"raiirlco. I'ortlaml. iihiT Hvnttle. Hhn
nlo lrlteil nt the home of her inn
Ihcr In llrltlnh Columbia.
Almn II. Ilumlry of Idaho Knlln,
Ida., nml Mm, Agnen luhter of l.uiut,
Nov,, returned to (hoik rrvpectlto
homen hint Humlny nftrr nltendlnic the
funernl In thin oily ufjliielr mother,
the late Mm. 8a rah HarroMa Ilumlry.
Mm. WIIHnm Hhleldn mul thlldren
were hern Wednemlny on their wny to
Mohllnnd, where they will renlde,
Hhleldii recently ImvtiiK necepted n
poiltlon there with the eonl comiHtny.
They have hecn locnted nt Cameron
nlxive Cimtlo flnte
Oeorne D. Ilnymond, Keliernl mi
pertntendent of thn Cnrhon-Mmery
MtoreH with hendiiunrtem nt lllnwn
tha, waa ilolnn ImihIiickk nt I'rlrn Inat
Haturdny. In thn cvciiIiik hn loft for
Kittl Utkn City, whero he upent mont
of tho prctent week on mnttrm with
hln prlnilpnlK. Thr nilniH or the Unl
led HtateM Kuel iiimpany are worklnic
Kood nt thU time nml with the rail
rond vnr phnrtniie ocr with, there
will ha mi Inrrrniieil output of lilnck
dlnmiimU from nil thn rnmim of thnt
. CITV (OtM MM
Niiiurniii IVrruiK Would I.Ike Homo
Wnler llonil Money,
At the moetliiK or city council Tiu
day nlKht thn mipeilnlendent of wnter
mum ordered to put nil leaky hyilrnnln
In Rood tepalr, ami to keep n clone
wnti'h on mime durltiK the winter
Um Tlilwrll of WellliiKton mudn
tho council nn offer on one econd
foot uf wnter In tho Welllmton Canal
(Kitnpan'M ditch. Council nuked him
to tate hl price prr ihnre and thvy
would coiuldrr It nl next mertliiK.
Andrew Oman In ulm ilcnlritim to ne
to the city u half cond-foot of wit
ter In thn Allrrd cunal. Hn wan 11U0
utked to make hlii offer on the price
per vhure. Albert llryner mul A. W.
Horuley offered four hundred Hharm
of Prion Wnter company utock itt
i SO n than. No nctlon wan Aken
on nuy of the propimltlonn, hut the
council will probably connlder the
matter further nt It next mrctlmr.
Klertilclnn Mninon wax Instructed
to place uddltlonal utrect UkIiIh lit
polutM where niont neediHl, nml to ex
tend the ncrvlcc line In thn southriut
purl of the clt to thn reildence of Joe
VB Apparently many people do not as yet i
H : know that we carry as fine a line of 5
B ."; popular priced, strictly hand-painted
H . CHINA as can be found anywhere. $
HB J: For this reason we are going to give
H : for the balance of this month
I ! 25 OFF ON
I ALL CHINA )
H Articles from 35c to $4.50 less the '
H discount. Gladden the hearts of your
H ,? friends with a artistic piece of China.
H i Nothing more appropriate. g
I I ELITE JEWELRY CO. j
IltHINI8 COXDITIONR AUK AH
OOI AH AT AXV I'ART TIJIK
O. W. Van I. aw, erond vice prenl
dent of the United Htatcs Smeltlne,
Iterlnlnx and Mlnlnic company of lion
ton, Ik nRaln In Utah on a trip of In
gpcctlon to the meUI mine and the
Rmeltcm of the company. He iny
that the nmeltem In all pnrta of the
United Hinted me running at capacity
nml thnt tiuelnrmi condition nre a
good nn nt any time during the pant
ten yearn. He would not mnko nny
eittlmate of the tonnage that Is being
taken tal-c of nt the nmeltem, but re
ferred nil qtieiitlonii nf that character
to fleorgc W. Helntz, the general mnn
nger of the concern.
The' prosperity of the countr) U
due to the gicst nrdem from nbrimd
for steel nnd for grain," saya Van
t.aw. "The blockaded condition of
the KttMern' railroads tcftlries to the
great amount of limine. One would
never think thnt great railroad y
tema with every convenience wpuld
bevomo so congested that they cfitild
not handle the trnfflc. Tho prosper
ity which I with us Mill continue for
at leant two years. After that I can
not say what tho business condition of
the eountry will be."
Van Ijiw hns twlpo recently been n
visitor to the mines of the United
Htntcs Kuel company In Carbon nnd
Hmery countl6s. In company with IS.
! Carpenter, president of the fuel
comer n, nnd has expressed himself
ns more than pleased with condition
ns he found them on both occasions.
With the smelters doing well the conl
properties of Unstern Utah nro bound
to prosper In tin n. Ilotl thn coal
mines nnd mcltcm mentioned are In
fact owned by the Ouggenhelm Interests.
An Increase of a million tons of coal
In the production In Utah Is expcUed
by operators In tl, according to
Krederlck A. Hwcet, president of the
Htnndnrd Conl company of Halt take
City. This Increased production,
which will run the total In Utah to
five millions for the )enr, Is due to the
demand for Utah coal In tho Pacific
Northwest nnd California nnd nlso to
the rtlmulatlnn of nnd addition to In
dustries In Utah mid Idaho. The new
potash factory In Houthern Utah,
commencing operation tho first of
April, will consume from fifteen hun
dred to eighteen hundred tons of slack
n dav. Kstlmntliig the consumption nt
seven hundred thousand tons fur the
year nt one dollar n ton seven hun
dred thousand dollars ensh will be
turned otcr to the coal Industry from
this source nlune nnd from it product
much of which has been wnsted In
tho pnst. With the ImreAse In the
total production of coal thn companies
do not fear nuy Inability to furnish
the slack required, although under
plesent condition the demand might
exceed the supply.
W W. Jones, thief engineer Tor the
Carbon Conl company nt Itnlnes, was
doing business nt Prim last Halurday.
Ho slates that thn company I getting
along well with the construction of
Its tipple, mid thnyfFAIs it matter or
but n short time fnllK shipments will
bo going out or I nrljon county's new
est on m p. lleirnl JMnnnger Harris,
formerly with the i'rslen properties
out of Thomprtiusls In uhnrge or
work ut ltulncJrhn Hun ncknuwl
tulge n very pleasant coll rrom Jin
glnrer Jones while he wns In the
II It. Uwls, general superintendent
or the Htundmd Conl company nt
HtHiidaldtllle, was In the county sent
Inst I'lhlay and Incidentally left
around rite thousand dolktnf with the
dmnty treasurer ror thut company's
tuxes ror the year 1810. Huperlntru
dent I.ewU makes his heaibiunrtrm In
thn ICeurnx building nt Halt Uike City,
but hi duties call him out or the city
lit great portion of tho time.
Aitvici: rem r.u.Mi:its.
Utah farmers run snvn much time,
worry and money by consulting drain
ngo experts employed by tho govern
ment, nccordlng to !kf. K. Hall of the
Utah bureau of thn drainage sen Ire.
According to Hall, the drainage ex
perls urn nltvu) glad to Inspect rami
lauds suspected or being uffccteil by
alkali. Ily following; the recommen
dations of thn drulnngo experts It Ii
I possible ror the farmers to save thorn
.selves considerable, loss In crops.
TiioMj KU.MMini noAiinims.
First l'urmer So you nro taking
summer boarders this year?
Hecond Farmer Yep; wo didn't
haw to. but my wife lovea to hear
em talk thnt city dialect.
owi Hint ooou uvjiimx to
"I owe my good health to Chamber
lain's Tablets," writes Mrs. It. a. Neff,
Crookston, O. "Two years ago I was
an Invalid due to stomach trouble. I
took threo bottles or these tablets nnd
hnve since been In the best or health."
Obtainable everywhere Advt.
Cull, or write, phone Kight-O where
the flowers grow for cut flowers, or
funeral designs. We lire nearer to
you. curry the largest Mock and make
you thn lowest prices, Provo Green
house company. Advt.
Mm, I. A, MeOce has opened her
studio on North Ninth street and Irf
ready to take, orders or give IctaonXr
Hmoke Clk Pride Cigar, Tel. 152.
(Continued from pago one.)
I am receiving rrom nil parts or the
range country Is vcrj encouraging,
anil, unlof"! unusual storms should
occui. wo anticipate n record breaking
HIII!HPMK.VH COMPI.AI.Vr NOW
ItUINO ItKIIHI.Y I.WIEHTUIATItl)
In i espouse to n telegram he had
sent the goternor or Arltona nt tht
request or the Utnh Woolgrowers' bs
filnllon, Oov. William Hpry has re
ceded n metwagc staling that the chler
exeutlvo or that state has taken up
with the Allronn state live stock sani
tary board the question or modifying
tho recently established quarantine
against sheep. The Arizona quaran
tine requited that sheep shipped to
that state, nten though they were
dipped nt the point of shipment and
pni ted federal Inspection, should be
dipped again when they reached the
"ApiKtrently the object of the quar
antine was to prevent Utah sheepmen
rrom graxlng their stork In Arliona,"
said C. II. Htewnrt. president or the
t'tah nmorlntlon. "For years live
stock men or this state have been
using tho Arliona mime nnd many or
them hnve h priority established In
fcilernl resertes there. Certain per
sons In Arlxona evidently wish to ob
tain the rights or the Utah men for
I'ool nml .Mouth .Manual.
Thn department of agriculture hns
Just Issued n manual or Instructions
designed to prevent an unexpected
outbreak or the root nnd mouth dis
ease nnd to assist the field employes
of the department and other persons
In stamping out the disease In the
event of a recurrence. In cases where
there nre even slight grounds ror be
lieving thnt the suspicion or root nnd
mouth dlsense may ln Justified, the
matter should be promptly reported
by wire to tho chler or the bureau or
nnlmal Industry lit Washington, l. C.
r a positive diagnosis ennnot Ik made
nogs or cnlvcs should be Inoculated
with tipcclmcns rrom the suspected
letilon mid the results iirefully
wntched. A positive diagnosis of
font and mouth disease Is followed
Immediately by the assignment or n
special redcrn' representative to take
charge of the work of stamping out
the outbreak. This representative Is
Instructed to co-operate In evr wny
with the stale niilhotltles. nnd strin
gent measures nro npplled to prevent
the dlus from spreading.
The Instructions also direct that nil
llvo stouk shipment recently made
horn thn neighborhood In which the
disease hns appenrrd shall bo traced
to their defoliations mid the possibil
ity of the milmul Included In them
being Infected thoroughly Investiga
ted. Ilernrds nre to be made of nil
cms used In the transportation or llvo
stock, out of the directed district In
order thnt they may be thoroughly
cleaned mid disinfected before they
are used again.
Notes due lecemlcr It, ISIS, one
for eight thousand dollars to the First
National bank or Price nnd ono for
six thousand to the Helper Htnte bank,
will be paid promptly by thn county
on that date, ns Clerk Horsley wax
nuthoilird at the meeting of the
county commissioner on. Monday to
di aw warrant for the mnounts with
. per cent Interest. It was nlso or
dered that the county attorney makn
n settlement with John T. Howley of
Hprlng Olen In thn mutter or ground
med along the present county rond on
u basis or ninety dollars and the board
accepted the nrrer or MMlito Clerlco
to give ten feet morn or less vvldo and
eight hundred and sixty feet long to
the county for roud purposes, on con
dition that the county would pay the
expenses or fencing the same. Aa
soon us the deed Is riled to the ground
thn clerk Is ituthorlxed to draw it war
rant In Clerlco's favor for fifty dol
lars. Them were some other matters of
minor Importance disposed of nnd the
board adjourned subject to tho call of
Ono Cent Per Wonl lZncli Insertion,
No Charge Accounts.
OLD N15W8PAPEHS FOH BAMS AT
Tho Hun office; 2Bo per hundred,
FOH ItKNT TWO-llOOM COTTAoic
funifkhed. Phono I72W.
FOU 8AM3 Oil TIMDK I CO ACHK8
near town, Oood Improvements.
A bargain If taken nt once. Call at
The Hun office,
FOU 11KNT FUIINIBHUD FOuTl
room house, I'rovo, Utah, two
blocks from union station. Lights;
city wutr. IM.00 per month. P. O.
Ilox S0. Trovo.
TOM 11AIIUON BTItAIN B. C. WHITE
leghorn cockerels for sale by Mm
J, J. Welgmann.
FOIl ItKNT FOH A TKRM OF
years, or for sale on easy terms,
forty acres of land south of Price In
walking distance. It. W. Crockett
FOIl BAIB AT A IIAItaAIN ONK
Mustang mailer with 13 galleys all
In good condition. The Sun.
FOit SAt,K on tuai)I4 six-nonsn
Fairbanks, Morso ft Co. gasoline en
gine aa good ns new, together with
shafting, belting, pulleys, etc. May
be Been at The Bun office
BTOOIC CKUTIFICATKS. nONDS
mid blank books of nny alio or style
to order. Everything In commercial
printing and offlct? stitlonery. Esti
mates promptly furnished. The Sun,
The Store of Ciiristmas Gifts l
l For All. The Cheery Holiday p
Spirit Pervades This Store
Fine Christmas stocks and attractive fMJ
merchandise. Gifts for every member l n
of your family, every friend and every II U
one to whom you must give something 11
ii Dolls! Toys! " L
;; For every little girl, for cv- !
.. cry day In the year. I.vcry- ,,,,1, miniion diamond cap Z ,.,,
! ', thing new mid moderately lace t:MH H
''""' 1-adleV ltlaek Kid. u ti, fl
top. button, priced s.I.hh llr.u, ,
OLOYES ; ,
; OI.OVKH tor Men. Women MENS DRESS SHOES fl.'r '
II and Children. our stocks Uutton or lace, all leatlu, , fB""
nnswer every requirement. nn,j tyei., !!Br-1'k '
Our values are the ttest. Priced IJ.D8 to 83.0K 'Bon t
BATH ROBES . MENS' NECKWEAR ife
' ' B
Men's nnd ladles' Hath Complete line or Mcn IIB'"' '
J Holies. HvcrV number n Neckwear Just received. ,, f
;: good pattern 2.l to 9I.DH Priced .. . . 2.V to l.'.c " "'xul!1
, , ' prop, r
' ! ilthou
:: WHERE YOU DO BEJTER ii KT
J lims n
i 83 Busy WfftM'MAM Blls-v I: i:
Stores Ibbb BuImREs0! Stores ij r
xr.w coai. .mini: at iimniw I
TOhOON HKHIHPPINO I'L'IIIj
ljst Kn,turday's Drserrt Evening
News loutnlns this Hem or local In
terest. "A now coal lulu to furnish!
the Amalgamated Sugar company
with n hundred nnd twenty thousnnd
tons of coal n year Is to be opened up
In Hprlng Canyon by thn Kevins In
terests, P. J. Quealey nnd other Wyo
ming Interests, nccordlng In J. E.
Prttlt. stato coal mine Inspector. A
company, with I It. Italnrs'aa mana
ger. Is now In process or formation,
mid will shortly be completed.
Ac-cot illng to I'eltlt the Amalgam- ,l,i, p
I'nted Hugnr company has for some i u
time expressed n preference ror tuh n f,w
.coals, becauso or tholr excellent stor- ur
age qualities. Thn Wyoming Interests , ,,
I with which tho company hns hml coil t rl
, contracts herctoforo have nsrreJ, r ii.
therefore, to oputi a Utah coal mine i.
"Pettll was not certain cuntrnla; .
thn illfforcnt Interests represented In ,. ,
tho cotnpnny now being formed, list , M,
wild tho Eccles people, the I'nlus ,,, ( f
Conl compan) and other Utah and . i
Wyoming Interests nre backing tae , ,vl
movement. Hn reports that the rm- r, (lf
i pnny has nlrcudy opened up lis mine." ,tll t
PLOTTERS IN U. S. ARE ;
SCORED BY PRESIDENT i
Continued from page one. i- do
crous nnturnlizution Inwa to the full freedom nnd opportunity of m
Amerlcn, who linvo poured the poison of disloyalty into the very IJ,,',
arteries of our nntionnl life; who hnve sought to bring the nuthor-
ity nnd good name of our government into contempt, to destroy ,tn
our industries wherever they thought it effectivo for their vin-
dictivo purposes, to strike nt them nnd to debnse our politics to the i oa
uses of foreign intrigue. No federal lnws exist to meet this situa-
tlon, because such n thing would linvo been Incredible in tho past. rki
Such Ventures of passion, disloyalty nnd nnnrchy must be crushed - m
out. Thoy are not mnny, but they arc infinitely malignant, and ;r,
the hnnd of our power should close over them" at once." - ni
Keen Interest in the president's address wna shown by the for- .ef
elgn rcpresentntives in the diplomatic galleries, where every em '
bassy nntl legntion wns represented. All appeared pleased with the w,
message, nnd tho Latln-Americnns expressed special grntificntton ( i
over tho reference to pan-Americanism.
In the executive gallery, as tho president spoke, was his fi- 1 K
ancee, Mrs. Norman Gait, whose first appearance at tho cnpitol ,ro
since tho announcement of the president's engagement, attracted t ru
marked attention from tho crowds. ' r
The address was practically tho only business of the day in '
both houses. Each adjourned until Friday to give timo for com- f ,
pletlng tho organization of working committees. In the brief time r a
the senate wits in session more than fifteen hundred bills nnd '";
reso'"flons were offered. Measures dealing with preparedness, ;,;
prohibition, suffrage nnd prevention of snle of wnr munitions to
belligerent nations predominated. ' u.
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