COMMITTEE SAYS NO TO HERCULES Can't Buy Ltol System and will Fight Now. I Proposition to Tax and Put Lights at 10c. The Logan city council held a -iSPB f lengthy session Wednesday ulght, various var-ious mattcis of Interest requiring con-N con-N slderable attention. The Electric Light Committee after considering the answer of tlieTcllu-. rldo Power Co. to Logan City's proposition prop-osition to purchase the said company's distribution s stem, submitted a resolution reso-lution and recommended the adoption adop-tion of 'the same. The resolution Is of considerable length and vc are unable un-able to present but a short synopsis embodying the points. The committee says that to accept the Hercules offer means that It would cost Logan approximately $:t2,000, which the city has not and can not borrow. 9 The committee sajs the Hercules system Is worth but ten or twelve thousand dollars If It had entire patronage. pa-tronage. Insincerity on tho pan of the Tcllurlde Co. Is alleged, and they are charged with "Inviting alight." It is said that many citizens arc taking advantage of tho Hercules' low prices, leaving a double burden of taxation tax-ation and higher priced lights on the I psoplo loyal to tho city plant. N The committee says a three mill $R tax would raise sulliccnt revenue to a enable the city to furnlsTi lights at 10 j cents, and they uigc that this extra levy be made. The committee wants t- the authority to fix price of 10 c. p. ""v, lights atanvwherc between 10 cents and XI cents each per month. This matter was left oyer for consideration con-sideration at the next regular meeting. meet-ing. Sewerage Question. The special committee appointed to investigate the sewerage proposition, Messrs. Quayle, Evans and Nelson, ic-ported ic-ported that they had visited Salt Lake, Ogden and Provo with the result re-sult that they advised the pulling in of a system. Th.y deem It quite feasible feasi-ble and submit that tho approximate cost of laying a main fioin Main street west six blocks, north three blocks, and then wcst'twoinorc blocks would cost not to exceed $13,000. They recommended re-commended that ttio council take Immediate Im-mediate and favorable action. On motion of Quayle.the council will meet next Wednesday evening to consider the matter. vWcsley Jacques, hi behalf of a committee com-mittee appointed by the Commercial Club, appeared and asked the council for a lease of tho city Park for a' term I of '20 i cars, the same to bo used for a county fair grounds and race track. This was referred to the committee on public grounds with the mayor as-2j as-2j sociatcd. Moses Thatcher Jr. bid $225 a year for tho city park. William Peterson and Jos. Jensen bid $252. These were tabled until Committee reports on proposition of Wesley Jacques. City Justice Carddn lcported 2.'t ! prisoners brought Into tho court dur ing tho quarter. These 23 were convicted, con-victed, but ten sentences were suspended. sus-pended. $85.58 lines was reported. m Qcorgo Morrison and fifteen others petitioned that Third West street be- tween .First and Third North streets B be graded. Itcfcrred to committee N on streets. a W. H. Andrew was released from his 1 street sprinkling contract with the S city. Mr. Andtcws' sprinkler was n " bought by the city for $225. H Herman Johnson bid $50 for two H strips of ground in fiont of his rcsld- H once. This was referred to Commit- U tee on Public Grounds. K Another petition to have the Tern- I! pie hill on Second north graded was tabled. Tills Is the second petition K of this kind turned down. iff fr JIr Uosengrcen was sold a very n " ' -portion of certain city land for $28. If The Fanes lot was sold to Carl J. I Olson for $80. I. C. Thorcson would Hkc to sec a railroad encircling Cache Valley, beginning be-ginning at Wellsvllle, making the circuit cir-cuit on around to the north, touching all tho eastern, northern and western towns and winding up again at Wellsvllle. Wells-vllle. So wou'd everybody else, but the feature about Mr. Thorcson's talk In this matter Is that he sajs it can be accomplished. He doesn't Intimate Inti-mate that It will be, however. Mr. Thorcson's believes that the leading men of all the towns should forma big company, secure franchises and build such a road. If they don't want to build a road they can at least "dicker" with others who do want to build roads into tills county. He argues that sucli a company could offer some'-thing some'-thing tangible, something In the way of inducement.