Newspaper Page Text
F ?5iAW? ' TUT ISfe',,. I NOT MANY WOMEN I jl
I e''vihcri tomorrow. Plo- III II 1 II N p ;HJvJ5IR2rLj -fc-C-Q-k ?fil ft mW
L '", of town point. V "II llxL rSrrFmX. 3rl5 ill ill ill ill Nowaday, are fooled li tho old no. !
fron'h' haven't wen Car-. V IL II LS3fC0x'iJ 1 II I 1 lien that the customer of ir store must !
th0',e nowVpnpermay.ee iTSjJJjV fg W IILIWL III IL . for the .torea advertising They .IS
1 xntf1"151 ?l7lng thl week's - ' Ny Ny pV ft ij-' ""1 a? fp!55' 'fc' fc' V T rellte that tho aeidltlonat volume of 19
ills. Aflfr ndln our name "" n x- - xr buslne brought hj tho advertising 'MM
' nawtf" .-.Vibcr aim you POLITIHAMV DroiiDi irAM m,t ,,nl roxcr" u, """ of " ,)Ut i9
rllr '"wmreceUo along u IVMLLT, M t.r'U tJLICAlM. permit the merchant to make smaller $9
J!h i.pvn t per telle profit than ho could afford Srwl
fr"hbol . 1 VOLUME 1; NUA1HEK 8. ,,., , 0 to nc.ept U hi o.lo were few. ia
. " LVEIIA FIUDAY JULY 23, 1915 J Iffl
; I PEOPLE 00.
1 ONEERS HONOR
,vt cix:" "ion i.v Tin:
ylnt . nd cm-'' e-ctiet"
, i, llonatliHt Tliu-o Who Hint
'Iwnrtnj and MwH" ,'"r ,,,c
. foment of Out- nn.l All.
heP ,yKir gram for Pioneer
JirroviatPrlce a furnished
Mil K Ll of the general
iL ' i on celebration There may
.dlht change, hut none nre
-. i-br th " In charge of the
3 n mwtal of the .lay U
""iww'm the morning thero
W;t five oinm n salute hy Albert
,rw.r .'dock m the morning there
P!" I Wl .! at City Park he-
ik tor vcaiili ami Price local.
clock the puraile form with
c-eJ it City Hall, rear end ex
i tark UP FIH'1 ",rccl uwr'"
t l .ft nurchlng down Main afreet
.ert nl cf Main, and counter
sibick up Main trect toward
' it ivuse until pioneer hand
in st Junrllon of Main and
umU. wlirre Indian will at
ers. ftttit will In made up of tate,
tnd lt float, forty-three
, floiU lwrnt)-even decora
tomoMlf. varlou lodge, boy
pioneer wagon niid hand
fir oetisrlmcnt old people'
W mmli final cunile hand, three
-tends Imllf lodge float.
tin H"1' I expected to he over
ttctlu, fc" T," t,nt nr,c for f,ol,t
, III wc-ini! f 10. third, 15. nnd
olWu -rth t Tn'' J,,,,f l,re to
Utt from out Idem five minute
ci ill it o i lock until 12 o'clock,
or m ih.re will lc portn on Main
il r comWlng f (arlou rnce"fj
n, Vt ( niih three-legged race.
r mem. h'jp raep. fat men'
U Uillcn r e needle thread
J"1 f Mil drltlnic contet, etc.
u,rw iliorlotk noon to 1 o'clock
Ihelumh lunir for nit. ,
rttlf hnrlns the fli-rnoon.
ZI. 1 1 o loik li S o'clock of tho
iitu, n thr pr grim helow I to he
: out with w llondny n
11 hrlnti'l orcheotrn.
itl 1 i 'i p Alhert liryner.
' llUttaltin Hand.
i iM Mi ' Jran MiOeo.
'lf tnr-t Mnetin.
m V B Prl. e and Itev. P. A.
W rti-l A Ijiuher nnd other.
KJ 'lac lluih Mlllliurn.
, 'f-lir rmnile
r llfwlnlm nice Ollvt r J.
J' r-llrlr lltnd
ffitl ktlonr i:r C C llnrtiler.
it-- o.iock of the afternoon thero
T 'dnre fr tho children ut
i , ocloek It In expected that moot
, 1 lll go to city Park for
"i I nm The flrrt game I to
ah hb the Price Pntit and the
W ' th regular leugue gamo he-
Wf init Id Iper Ir to he called.
H d naled hy Mayor Oun
i "to t.c turned loonn between
7 , 'JJ " v l lieronm lhi prop
li 1 '"'r" who catche and
J, h ,
JH5, ill I? f,t Pnt jitnpv fare
oWle t nnd from tho hall
M bt n Main street and
" l th" high Hchool hultdlng
"In th,. .I1K H,lrH.
i , ' o I , u,m 7 jo ovioej,
; n o . r tn the dinner hour.
" ' 1 n Mulu treot. 100-
"J nr ir n 18 jonrn and up.
1 15 pur
Jandni -J twenty ard tlnnh
'"m n .o nnd IS punioa.
" n,r't ml duHh. open only
n u?..f "", Curiam county
iit l , ',T ",ni1 ,8B0 InpuMCH.
111 ,i, hf ' liool. gymnaHlum
no i,, jj, irumr)! eloven-pleen
I miH ,l u ,,,',," provided hy
Mtlti. wit,, cnarKi cuuchew
ini i V1" ,lke nnd ' f
J?imUm l-nd evening.
7- m.hI rf.i',,"" to retain the
ill ,.,'!! t!rnl 'rom The Bun
'.lt V. Tl ,on,r n,u' wverlng
"th bL," w,u 'a ! "'
)llM h,r. .if' "f "elln c-opaclty.
i.m mv i wno ,,rl"K their
l0r,, tindii'0 lmfortahle. 'fhe
bii?inro provlle' in the an-
M iu' ,t'",rance8 from tho
, i r, i0, , r.ro,m the et aide.
, flc, ' roft"" to the cant of the
1 'te,:V,,e Vnrle'y Bioro
J44I m" rB"m with tonBllltl.
ffLNWME ON EDDlE.-tlXTWE.V60 FOR A SPM V SOMPBOW;
AS rt WHISTLE. -WWX IDRWt T HALF "m'TlME IK'A DRESS
rrTT-r:f,UlT .' Sv "EHfcls AtAS OUST OV W' ROAD-WELL
'. -s VteueHrTF&LHM TrE.
1 A m!it (HJZZAW WHILE. HELvMM(r-
iKilX T&&&E&Z? " CHAH(rE.srAWn.OfrS-
'. itffeSBl c UH0E.WH EXE -WHILE.
KJQfcglgVA fX)3UTlrA(r-W(ri0 5WeLO -
WjAJtWAl - OTHER FeLLOW OUST
A GUEST IS A HANDY MAN AROUND A CAR.
JAP COMPANY IS
IIAMII.MOIO INIi:iti:sr MAY AS.
SICV l,MI IIOI.IIINCS.
Hlntc IjiiicI llounl Coiniiil-floiicr (il
ltlllUC, In OpiMtjug Hit MiiihI of lll
I'cllow McnitH'ns Sii)n the ()iutloii
I Hy I'nr the HIkuiI ()m No" Ik'
ifoivTIiln Wilcru Coiinlr).
" 1 ly n ot of three to two the utate
land hoard lut WImIiiwkIb)- gai the
i:. I) lluxlilmtito comiHtny ermtMlon
to mwlgn It iipplli-ritloii for forty thot
wind acre of Mate land In Millard
county to Prank II HtephriM. Thl
action wa taken on rvcoiHrneiidallon
of W P. fa ml In ml. preeldent of the
hoard, who declared he believed that
Miuh dlpoltlnn of Hm elntr,tvr
would deflriltel) arttle the problem
rained h) the uppirnitlou of a irir
nllon. compowd entirely of alien, to
purchase ninti land.
Arnold (I. Olamiue and W J. Umh,
member of the lumrd, emphatltAlly
opponed the recommendation on Hit
ground that to allow llahlmoto to
tratufer hi npptleatlon wax tanta
mount tn recognlxlng hi landlug a
u legitimate and pomlhte purchuxer.
and would net a iniwt dangerou pre
cedent. They declared there wa no
aamirnnre that by III la method the
Japancne Interem would not eentu
ully become the owner of the lain!
ltcllcic It IHg gmllon.
"1 believe the liuiue here In the big
gest question thl Wrftern c(untr
ban before It toda." dwlared Com
mlmloner Olaunue. "I. for one din
agree with the attorne general when
he a that uu alien cortHiratlon I
entitled to pun twine utate land, when
the law of the Pulled Plat expre
ly forbid ullen from aoiulrlng ate
laud. To admit the right of the
lliinhlmoto lompany to traiwfer It
application I to admit II right to
purehave Mtate land."
Comitilutlnneni Olatuiue and Umli
favored a flat denUI of the Hashimoto
application for permU-hui to trnfr
the appllcntlun with a Uew to halng
tho cone carried Into court fr final
acttleinent All member of the lM.rd
were ngreetl that the appllmtlon
Rhould nt be gratited. but Pn-ideiit
Cnndland nnd Cftmmle-loner J
ChldftHter and T. II. Merrill lllel
that the right to ait-lgn hould be
granted the Japaneee comimny
UUagrcv Willi Opinion.
When the llnhlmoto application
wa received It wa referred to the at
torney general for an opinion Timi
iphilon wa to the effeit that the cor
poration, een though eompoed en
tirely or alien, hud become. In a
ene. n tltUen of tho tute when It
charter a a corporation wa granted
and hence wa entitled to pun hoe
tate land. Member of the land
board dhwgrecd with thl opinion on
tho ground that the granting of a
charter to the companj In Plah did
not muke the oompan clllxen of the
United Statu. . ,
CommlMloner Cllaiuiiio nrguwt that
to grant the application or to allow
tho company ai tandlng whatever
before the board b permitting It to
transfer the a leutlon would open
tho wa for a general evasion of he
purpose of the federal law prohibit
ing the ule of land to alien.
Propcrtj owner of Pr ee are uu e
generally obeying the order from it he
cltfather a to the cutting of weed
In front and about their proportion
BINQUET ATTHE SAVOY
(cl Togclhcr Mivilng of Pmnilncnt
Home flfl penxim renpomled to In
vitation will nut "for men out) to
a bnnuuel at Hotel Kavoy Innt Hatur
dn) evening given b) I. NiweiMteln.
the proirletor of that hotcli). nnd a
few of hi Immediate friend. The
tiwtKtmaMer of the evening wa A. W.
Horle). II wa In the nature of a
"get togethet" amtembtage at whleh
mailer of eonotderable Importance to
every reeldrnt nnd ImiIiipm man of
Price wre dta'tiMied at vnrlou angle.
Hum tif tho preoent adviH-atml it
mure liberal conotrurtlon of the law,
while Mill other exprcwu'il thentelve
a iIwIiIimII) mlliifled with thing a
the) are at pieeenl going nnd being
adiulnliilereil. Mayor Oundrmnn nnd
the member of the illy council were
Invited, a wa nlMi Kherlff Henry nnd
County Attorney Thorn Pout. None
were prtwent. however, but Kuut and
It wa the nineriwu of opinion l
tho prevent and Vok-ed through nev
er I apeaker that aumelhlng hould
lw dune to attiait people from the'
nuMde to thl illy. liMteud of pr-'
milting them to go claewlipre to upend
their money It Vt the Intention of
thiMM. rrMMiiwII.U- for Kltird vn
Ing affair to Imve nther of the kind
probably once a month.
A. W. Hotvley. the tHitnmler. wa
aulhoriied to name a committee of
five to Murk along the line uggeted
Katurdav evening He hu not a Jet
announced thl memberhlp, but ex
m u to do ivi within n few da.
WHY "THE SUB"
The Hun' management h no
delr. whatevvl. to force till
nevvHiper iiMin anone to whom
It I being mailed at thl time.
If thiwe who ure receiving It In
place of the now defunct Kuntern
Ptah Advocate want The Bun
illMxmtlnutHl It I a very matter
to do o Jul notify the pt-
niHNter, The Sun office by letter.
Mwtal card or telephone or an
AVhen The Hun wa etabllhed
It wa a foregone conehislnn that
the Butern Ptah Advocte wa .
wmn to Ite a thing of the i.
1 vet In g that peraon who had
Hild their mone for the Advo-
cute are entitled to a newHiper,
i The Hun In man Inatance I lie-
Ing wnt them llitead of the Ad-
voeate for the time the) have
paid In advance for tho Advo-
w1"- .. 1
In the litigation In connection
with recoveilng the printing
plant of the Advocate, tho man-
ager of The Hun wa by Judge
Chrlatenwm of tho district court
awarded the subscription book
and mailing list of the Advocate.
The manager of The Bun feel It
' obligatory, under these condl-
tloiin, to nee that former ub-
acrlbcr to the Advocate ure
taken care of.
1 Probahl even-tenth of the
subscriber of the now defunct
Advocate aro friend and ao-
nualntante of tho editor and
i manager of The Hun. The Hun
1 anticipate that the greater por-
' tlon of these will remain loyal to
T THKnHPNfl AUVICU IB TO
PAY N MONBV ON B1JII-
I fiL'ltlPTJON ACCOUNT TO TUB
BABTBiIn UTAH ADVOCATB
OU TUB NHWB-AnVOCATK.
nrri.noK is tw iii.-rri'.u tiia.v
poit hi'i:u.i viaits.
Palling Off In Itnllroad lln-.ln.f- Due
to Klncltiio of llic CcmiI InitiKtr) In
Car I mi i Count) Made L'p Prom Sev
eral Other Sourtv II) Hie liemer
mill lllo ;rnudc S)Mrm In I7lnli,
A. II. Appcrvon, general NUperlnten
dent of the Utah line of the Denver
uml Itlo aranile, returned Haturda)
from Denver. Colo, where he wa In
i onmiltnllou with Jniiiim Ituiwell. gen
eral manager of the road, and the
grievance enmmlltee from the Iikni
inotlvr eiiglner and firemen empi.v
ed b) the Henver and lllo Oraucv
The ciinMillntlon wax held between
the enltlng official and the em
ploye to determine a "le of wage
under the term of the award made
at Chicago by .the arbiter or the rail
road wage dispute last spring The
Intel pirlutlou placed on K number of
the decision wa under discussion at
the Denver meeting which ha been In
piogreM for more than itlx week.
While all of tho cale of wage Imvii
not been definite!) fixed for the en
tile k)tem nil of those applicable to
the Ptah main division of the road
have iM'cn ngreed upon b) the men
und the rompuu).
The Denver nnd Itlo (Irande tin
placed pructlcall) a full force at work
In It Halt lako Clt) ahop and tho
iihopmcn have orgunUcd a Deliver nnd
Itlo Orande booster club. The traffic
on the road ha been Increasing each
week and all of the mailable motive
power I In use The freight traffic
Is not no great a In the winter month
owing to the falling off In coal ship
ment, hut the heav) passenger traf
fic hu caused the operating depart
ment to be under n heavv strain for
the past two mo nibs. Appersun rajs
thai the bulnee outlook' Is much bet
ter thnn It ha been for some time
"The biislne outlook Is better than
It ha been for two ears. ' mid lie
There I more freight on the rood
thl Hummer than last nuuun.er nnd
the pHi-enger Inn In Is exceeding
the greatest expectations, I look for
ward I" a most prosperous )ear"
taxes mm SAKE
I Igiiii (.one Our II) the Clt) Conn
lt Ay Tmirtlii) Hvcnliig.
Mar Oundenton and all tne alder
men wen present ut the regular meet
ing of the tilt) council lust Tuesda)
evenlui, A fire hxlrant wa ordered
put In ut the Whltmoru cornir on
Bouth lllghth stieet In Powell addi
tion Also a cement druln culvert at
"II" and Blghth street that the drain
may be brought up to the present
grade of the street. J. II. Manson wa
present and asked for u transfer of
hi lighting and power contract with
the tit) to the Utah Power und Light
tompan) Thl wai consented to and
the ickolutlon authorising the same
.will be found In another urtlcle on
the front page of thl Impression of
I The Sun
I The certified assessed valuation, on
which the city will collect taxes for
thj ear (1815). I $898,795. a ug
afnut 76l. 7SJ lat )ear, and I707.s3
ror the )nr 113. The city levy Is
piartlcully the same thl )ear u last,
ion-huir mill being taken from tne
llluaiy and added to tne Interest on
bonda fund, Itevenue from taxe this
)oar will therefore be considerably
leiKthan for tlio two; ear past.
POWER COMPANY IS 1
PLANNING BIG THINGS
Through Line Connecting Utah and Colorado jjil
Systems With Huge Plant Close to m
Price to Supply Mines. jjfl
LOCAL CONTRACT ASSIGNED BY THE COUNCIL .
Purchase of the Hrafleld electric
lighting nnd power plant nnd the
holding of J. II Mnnson nt nnd
around Helper, na announced exclu
Hlvol) In The Hun of last Prlda). b)
the Utah Power and Light company
of Halt l-akc (Ml) I onl) n starter to
ward the spending b) that eoriiora
llun of close to a million dollar In
Carbon count) nnd other section nf
Itastern Utah. Tho line of the com
pany nre to be extended from Provo
to (Irani! Junction, .Colo, where n
connection with the )tem of the
Tellurlde Power cotnpan). owned nnd
controlled h) the twine Interest n
Ptah Power and Light company. I to
bo made. Thl connection made and
Ptah Power and Llfht compan) will
furnish electrical current for a greater
portion of Colorado, Ptah nnd Idaho
The plan of the company contem
plate n central generating plant at
Helper with power nnd lighting line
to nil the mining camps close by, and
where power of any kind or lighting
mny be used Line nre tn lie built
out from thero to cover Immediate
needs. nftcrwhlch work will be In
nugurntrd on the mitlii power line ex
tension from Provo to (Ira ml J111ictly.fi,
taking In such town a Hprlngvllle,
Mnpleton, Thistle. Coltofl. Castle (late.
Carbon. Helper. Hprlng (linn. Price.
Wellington. Green I liver. Thompsons,
Mnck nnd Prulta In their turn to the
At Helper tho old canal line nrttl
power rile of the Price lllver Irriga
tion company ha been neo,ulrrd,
where nu eighty-foot fall of water for
generating pin pose may be hud. Wa
ter for power ha been acquired by the
Muihhiu holding through the state
engineer office. A diversion dm
for turning the water Into the old
canal west of the town of Helper I tn
be constructed In the Price rtvvr on
bind north of the Midland trail, where
II iruMM the river In Helper town
Thl land belong tn J Tom Pile h and
I to be acquired by pure has If an
agreement I reached. Otherwise, by
i ondemnatlon proceeding.
An Atnlllar) Station.
Ilcdow Helper nnd nt Hprlng Olen
Mnnson recently purchased ground for
auxiliary station for himself, but
which have been turned over by hi
recent wle to the Ptah Power and
Light. It I figured that water power
may bo used the greater portion of
the year, but when thl cannot be. tho
eteam plant to be located at Hprlng
(Hen or along the river below Helper
may bo brought Into commission. The
chenpnes nf coal and alack and II
nicesslblllty at Hprlng Olen nre a great
attraction to the company.
About the first thing to be clone, uf
tvr the Installation of the central plant
below Helper, I the building nf a
power line to Bcafleld nnd the camp
of Winter Quarter and Clenr Creek.
After reaching Henfleld with a line
acrose the hill the HcoMeld town rr
vlce will ho hooked up to the Helper
plant and the machinery nt Henfleld
now In use dismantled nnd taken else
where. Thl will do nvvny with the
Hcofleld plant. Then line will go out
to Konllworth, Cameron, Htandnrd
vllle. Htorrs. Illnek Hawk Hiawatha.
Mohrlan.il nnd wherever the company
seen fit to go In the meantime the
line will be coming right along thl
wa)- from the west und heading for
Cent Hi Ho ("lieniencd.
How the coal tompaule Uiat now
Iwvo their own electric light und
power plant and are operating the
leime will tuke to the Utah Power and
Light company remain to be seen,
but It lu presumed thero will bo term
made to these corporation In the way
of Ren Ice und price to Induro them to
take "Juke" from tho nevv concern
coming Into tho territory. That the
cost of production will be cheapened
b) the prupored new norvlre of course
Is anticipated. Power from the one
central station at Helper for alt the
coal ramp would do uw'ay with u
great amount of labor nnd machinery
at the camp.
With cheap electric power distrib
uted from Helper much land that I
now waste might be brought under
cultivation t pumping water onto the
mme Thlr would b a great thing
for the bench lands south of Price not
covered at thl time by the canal of
the Price lllver Irrigation company
n woll a high land adjacent to
other communities where ditches do
not reach the ilglur point The
matter of electrical "uirnnt for house
hold purpose other thmi lighting Is
nli a thlnir that will be featured by
the. compan) coming In, All Indica
tion nre for cheaper service, tn the
user of current. In III deal with flH
the Utah Power nnd Light company. jfH
J. II. Manson dispose or hi contrnct unJH
with the city or Price a Il evidenced flH
by the resolution herewith nnd passed B
hy the clt) council Inst Tuesday even- H
Council TnitntVr Contract. !
"He It resolved, by the tnnor and PW
city council of tho city of Price, n tnu- )
nlelpal corporation In the, county of M
Carbon, state of Utah, that J. II. Man- H
win I hereby authorised to transfer flB
nnd nrcslgn to tho Utah Power nnd WM
Light company, a corporation, nil hi 9H
right, title nnd Interest In nnd to nil WM
agreement for the nuperlnteudency M
and management of the Price elctrld s !
plant, made nnd executed tho Utli H
da) of March. ID IB. between the said H
J. II Manson nnd the said city of H
Prbe, It lclng undenttnod tup agreed. H
by nnd between the parties concerned" H
that the nld Utah Power nnd Light H
company, lnnrcoptlug the aald niulgn H
mctit, thereby explleltl) agree tn per- B
form the condition of the said con- H
tract In the name manner that tho H
mid J II Manson wa obliged tn do," H
Jurtun P IC. Wood city attorney, M
ha given tho council hi opinion that M
the transfer of the. Manson contrnct D
to the Utah. Power and Light t all ii
right und It now remain only to at- lH
Inch algnnlurc of thowv ooncvnicd o 1
make the transfer lilndlng. Tly the ' H
tlmo the contract end, December 31,
19 IB, (he I'trtli Power And Light com- i
IHtny I expec led to have II lino from HH
Helper to Prlco In comnlsslon nnd H
will be ready to make the ally of Price M
ii proposition for furnishing Juleu ut m
vv holMil(, tho Mine to ho measured M
out by meter nnd Mold by tho city la H
usor n at present. M
Itiiglne-cr Vllt hcofleld. H
Tuewda) Manson left Price for Col- H
ton, where he met the chief engineer M
of the Ptah Power and Light company H
with a eoriw of engineer. After do- IH
Ing Minn preliminary work at Boo- H
field the party came on down to Hot- H
per yeterday. Here thoy nre to run H
unm line nnd stake off ground In
connection with the company' Ini- H
provvment plan. No time I to be H
lost, Malison, but work for tho H
power house nnd plans for the diver- H
slon dam will go right along. Within H
the coming ten da) or two week H
thing will bo doing In and about the H
railroad town. C. H. Oroesbeck, vlccf bH
president and general manager of the IH
company, I expected here within tho MB
next few day nnd I to Include Price
lu hi Itinerary. H
Tho director nnd officer of tho'
Utah Power and Light company In-
elude It. B. Ilreeel, prcnldont of tho H
American Uu ind ICIectrlc vompuny, H
Now York: M. a Drowning, Ogdenj H
T. It. Culler, C. K. Oroesbeck. John
M. Hayes. I). C. Juckllng, W. H. Mc- 1
Cornluk. P J. Mora n, C W Nll.ley 1
and M II Walker of Halt Iiko City; WM
HiiLkle) Wells, Tellurlde. Colo., J. It. Ifl
Nut I. Cleveland, O.; C K. Iiose, Pro- 1
vo; Churle I la) den of Iloston, and B. B
'., Mitchell of New York City. All are H
Identified with other large power 'and
lighting plant nnd with tho street ' m
tar ayatem of Halt Lake Oltwi closJ "
working corporation of -flJLutah M
Power nnd Light company. K H
.No lllglicr Cliurgc Hera M
How the uiMlgnment of tlon- M
tract from Hanson In the HiKako H
City torporutlon will bo leuecTW-ally M
The Bun I not prepared to venturer M
nn opinion At any rate there will bo H
no udvance In charge to tho con- MJ
Burner In the matter or light and ,
power with every likelihood of a do- H
crease over present rate when tho IH
time comes for making another con- IH
tiatt J. II. Muiukhi remain In tho H
employ of the Utah Power nnd Light H
company, und matter will go along H
at Price tho same a they havo been
going. Ily the time or the tcrmlna- flU
tlon of tho present contract with Man- jH
son It I expected the Provo line will III
have reached here. HI
It I understood that by the sale ofT H
hi Hcofleld plant -find tho holding ir
he had at and close to Helper, Man-XT ni
uon ha cleaned up a nice lwitichoft JUhI
money around forty thoua'ndrdo.e JUI
lar. Thero I eatlmutod water poiverT 1PWI
at Helper for generating two thou- , i'r
and horae-power. Manson' friends, jf Ifm
and they are many hereabout, are dp flj
congratulating him on the deal ho ha uH
Whrevcr the Salt Luke City cor- 'jK
pnratlon enter tho field It I the pol- fr)
Icy of tho company to acquire by pur- ' m
chase at a fair price existing systems, HH
and thl will likely be dono at Oreon lff
lllver, Prulta and elsevvliere.