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j 6 The Sait Lake Tbibttnte; Satuiuday MoicgrtsGr, February 2o, 1904:. 1
H CAN SUPPLY A MILL
H; Astonishing Disclosures in
U the Leg Cabin.
I j STILL DRIVING ON GOLD
I ! Bfg Bodies That Afford a Fine
H j Visitors From Philadelphia Wnrm TJp
HM j Over Southern Discoveries, and
IT j Congratulate Management.
ILl "With a volume of srold-boarinE' rock
Hjj Bufllcicnt already to Justify him In the
H ' construction o a mill with which to ra-
H jj duce It. Dr. P. A. H. Franklin, presl-
H j( 1 dent of the Gold Development company,
Hpjl i whose wealth of mineral-bearing- terrl-
H lj j lory bejrlns tvhere that of the Annie
j Laurie of Gold mountain ceases, ar-
"Jl rived from camp ajjaln yesterday, vlal-
H-;j hly Impressed, notwithstanding efforts
H; to carry his' achievements modestly. In
H! ( tbo Log Cabin tunnel, through which
Hj 'he first of the arteries in a great sys
tern has been punctured, the recent
Hj! strike, says President Franklin, has de-
Hj veioped as work has progressed, and
HL i while the extent of the ore body Is yet
Hnj undetermined, a crosscut at a station
lj I farther back showed a width of over
Kj eighty feet without a wall exposed. In
Hvj advancing upon the gold-bearing chan-
H '' nel eight samples have been taken
HH; from the breast daily and put through
Hj :i i the furnace, with results showing from
Hi r j.SO to $70.20 gold, with an average be-
Hl J ; iween those extremes affording a clean
Hf;j margin In a competent planL To tap
Hl'1 the wealth at greater dopth work on
HL the projected tunnel will begin as soon
Hjjl supplies and equipment can be dc-
p "vered on the ground. "While the Log
r Cabin tunnel has become more promi-
H i nent In view of the presence of ore
H along the drive, it Is no more Interest-
H , I pr, nor did It begin with greater possl-
H, unities, said the president of the Gold
H, Development company, than those for
which the companion ones are headed.
HL The Franklin tunnel has now advanced
, into the bill tl r1lttLtnrr rif 7fk1 l'ie.t Milli
Ijjl all measurements Indicating that it will
'; lap the channel for which It fulminated
i at a distance of 1000 feet, while that on
tho Elephant group has attained a
length of 500 feet and will continue to
the 1000-foot station under the present
1 1 contract, A cdntract has also been let
i for 300 feet of tunneling on the L. & X.
g group, in which stretch there is everv
f assurance that the ledge which rises
boldly above the surface will be cut
! On his visit to camp President Frank
I lln was accompanied by Gilbert J.
1 1 Palen and E. A. Canfield, both of Phila
! delphla. The former, a son of Dr. Pa
t ln, who was a visitor In Zion during
, the early days of the Niagara of Bing
ham, was very much pleased with the
undertaking and results that have been
J so early accomplished, and promises to
repeat his pilgrimage at a period when
there Is not so "much weather" in the
The register reveals that President
Franklin has adopted Marysvale as a
. permanent habitat, to all of which he
proudly pleaded guilty when indicted
nn charges of desertion. His Intention
I h to occupy a position that within a
few hours the Development camus shall
be made accessible. While regretting
, his loss to Zion mining circles, .his
! many friends will rejoice none the less
1 n his achievements In the southern
I MADE FINAL PAYMENT.
Another Bunch of Greenbacks Drawn
Down by Mr. Gladden.
With the final payment on his lnler
! ai lit the Tonopah-Belcher, out of
I Tonopah, New, placed to his credit
I Yesterday. J. C. Gladden, who began to
j exploit that region about a year ago,
i will leave for business and relaxation
In the East today. "While Mr. Gladden
; Iocs not derive a fortune from the deal
Jn which he retires to make room for E,
A King, a Chicago owner in the dash
ing Minnie Moore of Hailey, Ida., he
j feels that he has been compensated,
.md may be relied on to return to the
Ilgglngs with the opening of the trails.
It was said yesterday that In the trann
aotlon Mr. Gladden draws down ap
proximately $30,000. but this he declined
to discuss, having pledged the consid
eration to secrecy. At the mines, that
! have been opened up from the grass
rpot& on ore, tho management writes
hat it has enough ore at the surface
to meet the requirements of the pav
'oll for some time, when It shall have
jcen marketed, and that exposed is a
larger amount of first-class ore than
at any period in the history of the
I WEEKS IN POLITICS,
Official of Bing-ham Con. Being Urgijd
for Seat in Congress.
Th? New York Herald, referring to
Johr? W. Weeks of tho firm "of Horn
blower & Weeks, as a possible euc-
essor to Congressman Samuel L. Pow
ers, thus portrays him:
A big man, physically; a broad man.
'-itellc-ctually; a kindly man, nersonal
v; and an honest man on principle
r' rit'u John W. Weeks as business Boa
rd knows him."
Thoss who have not met the original
"C tho portrait in Utah have, if they
have ever done business on State street
' oston, did it, perhaps, through his
rouse. From the launching of Blng
huin Con.. Mr. Weeks has been Identl-
ed with it and in his candidacy mining
ircles in this State will be tempted, al-
ost, to assert a personal interest.
During his periodical visits he has won
nany admirers and with his In Con
g: ,aa Western interests may rolv on a
A Mother'3 Recommendation.
I have used Chamberlain's Cough
F.emedy for a number of years and have
r o hesitancy in saying that It is the best
remedy for coughs, colds and croup I
rave ever used in my family. I have
1 rot wordo to express .my confidence in
this remedy. Mrs. J. A, Moore, North
Gtar, Mich. For sale by all druggists.
Just defender, if not a vigorous advocate.
THE DAY ON 'CHANGE.
Conditions Quito Generally Improved,
With Somo Sprinting.
Tho day on tho mining exchango closed
with tho sale of 25.SS1 shares of otock, for
SiS12.CC and while tho contents of tho cash
register wero again provoklngly light, the
tendency of tho market was more buoyant
than at any period In many days. Daly
T.udge again led Hie Eprlnters, notwith
standing tho gloom that had settled over
Its workings at Park City in tho tragic
doath of a visitor, and moved up rapidly
to 54.23; while Daly West was firm around
534.75, with Con. Mcrcur changing hands
at Ifi cents. Star Con , which wjui freely
dealt In a few daya ngo around 15 cents,
waa also conspicuous among tho sprinters,
and closed on a transfer at 20 cents, while
Montana-Tonopah, with approximately
5150.COO In Its treasury, and tho talent re
lying on a dividend In a short time, ac
commodated a !ustomer at $1.11, with
Century changing hands at 70 cants, and
tho Bliorts placing it at 75. AJax, which
has been quite severely handled for oonio
time, found a market for ovor COW) shares
up to 54 cents; while Tetro was firm at
Hi cents, and Lower Mammoth at -11 cents.
Utah of Fish Springs wan In good demand
at KVs cents, and New Tork around 12;
while another wad of Martha Washington
come out to a bid of a mill a share, the
day closing on the following market:
A M. ! P. M.
j Bid. IAakod.il Bid. Aeked.
AJax I? .W f$ .05 J
Alice 16 .115 I .15
Bul.-Bcck ... 1.00 2.00
B. -L!boraI ... .10 .101 .0Cfe ,10yk
Carlsa OSU .00?! .OS
Century 752i ."SVi SO
Creolo 0 f
C. Morcur ... .5fi4 .57Vi .E.V?i .fVi
Dnly .. 2.0D 2.22V1- 2. CO 2.25
Daly-Judgo . -1.15 -1.25 S.fO 4.CO
Daly West ..' 31.45 C5.00 34.3P.4r 35,(0
Dulton 1 00'. .COV6
E. & B. B 47 .53
G. Central 2 00 2.76 4..00
Horn Sliver .. 1.00
Jngot 01 .02 .01?! .02
Joe Bowers 60i OO'A
Little Bell ... 1.10
Littlo Chief.. t-2 .02
L. Mammoth .-10 .12 4-5
La Tteine 02 .02j;i .01 .02Vt
Mammoth ... .0 1.20
Manhattan COtf W,i
May Day CC6 .07 .0 .07
M. Wnah 00 1-10 .00'f. .0) 1-lfi .WU
New York .. .12 .12. -HVi .1
M--Tonopah . 1.3S 1.-12 1. 1.45
Ontario COO 5.00 G.OO
Petro OT'.i MVj -07 .12
P..-Tr3take 40 1 50
Sunshine .... 01
S. Swansea .. .05 05
Sacramento . .21 .21K .215
Silver King .. 60.0.1 70.00
Star Con ICVi .174 .17 .19
Sliver Shield . .01 ".OUy .01 " .013;
Tetro 34 ,54',- .f.l .34Vi
U. Stales .... 20.25 21. CO 20.00 22.00
U.Sam Con.. ,2iu .235', .20Vi .22li
Utah M .51V
Victor 05 .03
Wabash ... ' 01
-V'omVi rnr I I'll .11 . rr
AJax, 1000 at 3&c. seller thirty days.
Daly-Judge, 50 at $1.20; CO at 51.22'.; ICO
at S4.22',n seller flvc days.
Montana-Tonapah, 100 at $1.41.
Potro. 500 at YzC.
New York, 1C00 at 12c
Tetro, 1000 at SI'c.
Yankeo Consolidated, 100 at 431.Ac
Shares sold, 3300.
Selling value. $1563.25.
AJax., rD at -Jc, seller thirty days; 1000
at 5c; 1000 at 5c. seller thirty days.
Century, 400 at 7Cc; 20) at 75c, seller thir
Daly-Judgo. 100 at 34.25.
Martha Washington. 5000 at l-10c.
Now York, 500 at 12lc.
Star Consolidated. COO at lTlic; OD at
17.4c; COO at 17M:c seller thirty days.
Uncle Sam Consolidated, COO at 22c.
Shares sold, 10.7CO.
I Selling value, 51336 50.
AJax, 7CO al 25c.
Consolidated Morcur. SCO at 56c.
Daly West. 25 at $3-1.75.
May Day. ECO at Ce.
Now York. 200 at 12'c
Utah. 100 at 5C'c.
Undo Sam, 100 at 21'ic
Shares sold, 1023.
Selling value, $11W.12.
OPEN BOARD. '
AJax, 1000 at 5c; 1CO0 at 54c ' ,
Consolidated Morcur, 200 at 5Sc.
Lower Mammoth, 57 at 40c: SCO at -lie,
Martha Washington, COM at ',c.
Star Consolidated. CCO at llc; 00 at 13'ic
200 at 20c. ' '
Tetro, 500 at 31c. '
Uncle Sam. 100 at 21Vic
Shares sold, M5&.
Selling value. ?7S9.C(5.
Boston Copper Market,
(Special to The Tribune.)
BOSTON. Mass.. Feb. 19. Speculation In
the Boston market is still confined mostly
to local securities, which havo been heavy
durlng tho day. Copper shares wero al
most ncglectod until lato In tho dav, when
tho weakness In Amalgamated started re
newed selling in the general list. Fow
nujing order were met and prices declined
quite rapidly. Liquidation was more pro
nounced than usual, caused no doubt by
the dull markot. which has tired out many
holders of stoclts.
Shares. High. Low. Close.
Amagd .. ..3,-17 M7.CO $40.11 540.25
Bingham 3S5 20.12'-.
Mcrcur 700 .CO " ..' ""
Daly AVest .. 1W S5.00 TvJ.50 3450
U. S 2CO 20 37A 20 25 20.25
Utah 711 33.37'-b 32.75 32.73
Curb Boston, $3.00ij-5 12.'.
TINTIC'S WEEKLY OUTPUT.
Several Trains Enquired to Accom
modate tho Producers There.
To handle the week's output of ore
from the mines of Tintlc as many as
131 care -were required. The Centennlnl
Eureka again headed the roster with
its consignments numbering 4S car
loads, while the Grand Central came
forward with 20. The Gemini, which
was forced from the column pending
the Are down there some time ago. sent
out IS carloads of high-grade oro while
the Lower Mammoth appeared with a
dozen, the record closing as follows .last
Centennial Eureka 43
May Day 1
Eaglo &. Bluo Eell ;j
Grand Central 3)
Lownr Mammoth j
Dragon iron mipo 3
Ercanbrauk & Co 1
R, A. Brown 1
Lncle Sam concentrates 2
MR. EABjNAM'S VISIT.
Treasurer of Local Companies "Makes
Inspection of Mines.
P. W. Farnam. treasurer of the Bing
ham and New Haven Mining company,
left for 1L? properties at Bingham yes
terday morning and will depart for his
home In Connecticut tomorrow. Mr.
Farnam Is also treasurer of tho Utah
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawford. Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium. Great Northern,
DENVTSR Brown Palace.
KANSAS CITY Midland, Coates.
LOS ANGELES Tho Angolus, B. F.
Gardner, 305 Spring Street.
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotel.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Impe
rial, Aator House.
OMAHA-Tho Millard, Tho Paxton.
PORTLAND, OR. Portland Hotel.
ST LOUIS Planters', Southern.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON Willard. Rololgh.
and Eastern Mining company, by which
the Dixie group of mines and smelter
out of St. George are operated, and with
conditions at each goes away quite fa
vorably Impressed. At the Bingham
properties the main tunnel has now
penetrated the zone for 2500 feet and
with additional air from the Yampa's
plant It Is expected to advance It now
at the rate of six feet a day. Down at
the Dixie the undertaking Is not only
paying Its own way, but It Is enabling
the management to add something each
.month to the surplus. Mr. Farnam
recognizes In each of tho properties
much to Indicate big results.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 10. The official
closing quotations for mining 3toclcs today
were as follows:
Alta 5 .05 Halo & Nor
Andes 43 JVstlce 00
Belcher 33 Mexican 1.C3
Best & Jl 2.00 Occidental C S3
Bullion 11 Ophir -4.10
Caledonia 1.00 Overman 23
Challenge C. . . .25 Potosl , 10
Chollar 10 Savajcrt 52
Confidence 1.10 Seg. Belcher 07
Con. C. & V.... 1.C0 Sierra Nevada .. .51
Con. Imperial .. .02 Silver Hill CO
Crown Point ... .24 Union Con 70
Exchequer 13 Utah Con 20
Gould & Curiio. .12 Yellow Jacket .. .47
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con $ .10 Little Chlof 07
Alice 25 Ontario 4.50
Breccc 10 Ophir ...4.25
Brunswick C. .. .05 Phoenix ou
Com. T Potosl 11
Con. C. St V.... 1.5'j Savage 0
Horn Silver 1.20 Sierra Nevada .. .43
Jron Silver 1.60 Small Hopes 20
Leudvillo C 01! Standard 2.50
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventuro ..$ 2.00 Mohawk 34X0
Alloucz 3.50 M. C. & C... 2.75
Ainal -IS.cO Old Dom. .. 10.00
Am. Zinc... 9.00 Osceola 56.00
Atlantic 7.C0 Parrot 23.50
Bingham .... IS. 73 Quincy 80.00
C. &. II... 42S'3,440.Co Shannon S,00
Centennial . 1S.CO Tainar-.ick ... 100.00
Copper R. . 39.12 Trinity 4.75
Daly West... 34.50 U. S. Mm 20.25
Dom. Com .. 50.50 U S. Oil 9.00
Franklin S.00 Utah 32.25
Granoy 0.25 Victoria 3. 00
Isle Rovalo .. 7.25 Winona 5.(0
Mass. M 3.60 Wolverine ... 70.00
Michigan ... 5.00
IN COPPER CASE CONTINUED
NEW YORK, Feb. 19 The application
of John MncGInnls, vice-president of tho
Montana Ore Purchasing company, for a
continuance of the preliminary injunc
tion granted by Justice Gllderslcevc, re
straining the J3oston & Montana com
pany from paying out dividends to the
Amalgamated Copper company upon the
stock which It owns, came up In tho Su
preme court today and was adjourned un
til February 2Uh.
TO STAUT NEXT WEEK.
First Performance of Copper Com
pany's Big Bingham Plant.
As scheduled, the limbering up of the
machinery In tho Utah Copper com
pany's $250,000 mill in Bingham canyon
will begin next week, with the active
reduction of ores to follow a few dajs
later. Managing Director .Tackling and
Superintendent Janney, who arrived
from camp again Thursday night, says
there is nothing now that can derange
this programme, and that the only
thing remaining is to cosi the gap of
a few feet between the main tracks of
the Copper Eelt railway and the bins
at the mouth of Mackintosh tunnel, 'the
framework for which latter is now
For Steel Buildings.
For the new steel structures in which
the lead blast furnaces of the United
States smelter are to be housed the con
tract has been let, with the delivery of
material to begin as soon as the manu
factory can make It possible. Tills has
been approved by the officials of tho
company In the East, and for the re
ception of the builders everything at
the plant will soon be In readiness.
Tonopah Stock Sales.
Transfers were recorded as follows
on the San Francisco board on Wednes
day last: MacNaniara, 400 at 13c; 500 at
19c; Montuna-Tonopah. 100 at $1.40; Bel
mdnt, 700 at GlftGOc; Rescue. 2000 at Sc;
Paymaster, 225 at 11c; Ray & O'Brien,
GOO at 10c, buyer thirty days; Midway,
600 at -lie; Tonopah Mining company,
100 at 50.121'.. In addition to the Tono
pah stocky, the sale of 500 Con. Mcrcur
at 56c waj recorded.
Ore and Bullion.
In the ore and bullion market the
day's settlements amounted to SGO.SOO,
McCornlck & Co. reporting them as
they follow. American bullion. $24,500;
gold, sliver, lead and copper ores, $3G.
200. In the metal market sliver ruled at
59 cents an ounce, lead at $3.50 per hun
dred pounds, and casting copper at 11
cents a pound.
The most universally used means of
precipitating gold tfrom cyanide solutions
Is by means of threads of zinc. In-a fow
words, tho gold solution 1 run through
charcoal ill tors, which collect the gold,
which when woll churged with the pre
cious metal is dried and Incinerated in a
furnace of proper construction, says Ores
and MetalP, Denver. It has been found In
practice that a series of charcoal filters
afford the most satisfactory results, a
slnglo ono rarely recovering more than 25
per cent of tJie gold. Charcoal Is success
fully employed to precipitate gold from
chlorine solutions. Iron sulphate Is also
used for this purpose. Sulphuretted hy
drogen will precipitate gold from both
bromtno and chlorine solutions containing
it. Mercuric chloride will precipitate gold
from gold solutions of cyanldo, and action
Is facilitated by heating the solution, but
It is limited in its usefulness, as In tho
prosenco of free potassium cyanldo no
precipitation of gold occurs.
SALT LAKE CITY'S NEW HOTEL,
Large, superb and Incomparable. Lo
cal and long-dlstanco telephono in
Pembroke Sells It
Wagemaker filing devices, card Index
THE BORES FOR OIL
Big Pittsburg Crowd to En
ter the Field.
HAS MUCH EXPERIENCE
Henry Brlvor Quietly Exploit
ing a Scheme.
Was tho First to Bring Gas Into the
Kitchen Eangc At the Gnffey
& Galey Oil Plant.
Within the next few hours tho oil and
gas field by which the great lake is
girdled will be scrutinized by a cluster
of tho most experienced authorities on
oil and gas In the country, the party
which war organized during tho recent
visit of J. H. Bigger of this city to
Pittsburg, Pa., having according to
messages which caino during the day
having reached Denver. In the rallying
of those included in his syndicate the
endeavors of Mr. Bigger Avere to inter
est those only who arc conversant with
the industry, and the result of their ob
servations on the grounds will be waited
with liveliest concern by every interest.
Should thewc bo favorable, the syndicate
for which territory has already been
selected will begin operations on a scale
as energetic as those that have charac
terized the work of the Quffey Sz Galey
company since Its advent in the Held,
nor is there any doubt that the presence
of others equally as- prominent will pre
cipitate a rush from oil and gas centers
throughout the country.
It was learned lu-st night that Henry
Driver, nestor of the gas Held, has ef
fected arrangements that will enable
him to take a part in the present cam
paign as prominent as that of previous
years and that with a pressure of gaa
as powerful as that now issuing from
tho Guffey & Galey will not be long In
putting it to commercial uses. Mr.
Driver says he will re-enter the field but
that he Is not yet ready to exploit his
At the Guffey & Galey bore the pres
sure of gas continues to cause some de
lav hut tho. management Is enual to tho
task and the rod continues to go down
as the element Is permitted to blow off.
Others are waiting on the weather but
with no less assurance that boring is- to
DOWN AT GOLD ROADS.
Lessees on tho Property Uncover
Very Sensational Ore.
Advices from the properties of the
Gold Roads Mining company out of
Kingman, Ariz., to a local ofllcer, afford
a story of most sensational Interest in
which tho lessees again appear quite
prominent. At present no fewer than
nine set? of lessees are engaged upon
the development of now ground along
the strike of the gold-bearing ledge, the
policy of this to demonstrate without
cost to the company the continuity of
its -wealth into the hill, and while the
participants in them are not getting rich
quick they are achieving results that
have almost staggered the management.
A lot of ore from one of these, consist
ing of 318 pounds, brought S30S0, while
another was settled for on controls
showing $171 per ton. Lota varying
from $26.13 to S31.73 per ton were quite
numerous, while another ton of ore
brought In by a lessee shows a valua
tion exceeding $2000. On tho 400-foot
level In the company's workings the
condition is a most gratifying one. On
the west is exposed nine feet of ore
which revcaia an average of $19. G4 per
ton, while on the east la exposed a
breast of ore ten feet In width that av
erages $11.59, with the mill headings
maintaining an average of $14 gold. It
Is the Intention, writes the management,
to change from dry methods to a wet
process as soon as it Is possible to .ac
complish It as It ha9 been demonstrated
that the latter can be made to afford
better results. The proposition through
out has developed up to all expectations,
while the Buccess- with which tho lessees
have exploited their privileges have af
forded conclusive demonstrations upon
the continuity of the gold-bearing ledge.
The earnings at present are averaging
about $1000 a day.
Mr. Newhouso Arrives.
Edgar L. Newhouso of the American
Smelting and Refining company's
forces reached the city yesterday and Is
in conference with Assistant Manager
Price. Ho will be followed In a few
days by Manager Whitley, who has
been conferring with the executive de
partment in New York, and possibly by
Simon Guggenheim, who is at present
( Mining Notes.
A. E. Hyde, Jr., manaxor of the Annlo
Laurie, leaves for ita mines and mill at
Gold mountain this morning.
Tho Contlncntal-Alta had fifty tons of
second-class ore on tho market yesterday,
and is following It with another consign
ment. W. A. Wilson, the well-known mining
engineer, has returned from Nevada, af
ter conducting an examination of mining
Everything indicates that there will bo
another adjournment of shareholders of
the Blackbird Mining company at todav'a
The Victor Con. of Tlnllc has two car
loads of copper ore at the sampler, with
camp nssays indicating from 12 to 15 per
cent in the red metal.
L. A. Amsden has relumed from his old
Michigan homo and will now glvo his un
divided attention to the Yankeo Con., of
which he is the manager.
Treasurer A. A. Ball of the Annie Laurie
came In from that property at IClmberly
yesterday morning and leaves today for
Stockton to Inspect and bo present at tho
starting of the JIbnerIno mill.
J. D. Bamberger left for California yes
terday, accompanied by Mrs. Bamberger.
Ho will Inquire Into tho result of develop
ments at the Nevada group of mines in
which ho Is largely interested before re
turning. hid Hoffman, superintendent of the Sil
ver Shield of Bingham. - came In from
camp again yesterday and reports tin
tunnel moving on toward tho ploivn
Shield fissure, where tho main oro bodies
Ores and Metals: "The recent strikes In
tho Cripple Creek district aro of tho most
marvelous character. They exceed in
richness and extent of occurrence any
ever recorded In tho past. As they are
general in character and not confined to j
any ono section, they lndicato that tho
production of tho district Is to be largely
increased within the coming year, whllo
the producing area Is to bo groatly ex
tended by tho development of 11 section
which has heretofore boon Idlo for years"
Work on tho Do La Mar Bonanza Gold
Mining company's group at Do La. Mar,
Nov., Is to bo prosecuted with much zeal
tho present year, said George Fttcrman
yesterday, and with no doubt In tho mind
of the management concerning results.
MoHt encouraging rumors wero abroad
during tho day concerning conrtltlonn at
the Star Con. of Tintlc. Important
changes In tho lower workings aro taking
place, according to roports, but It was Im
possible to verify them In tho absence of
COAL GAS, NOT POISON,
KILLED MAN AND WOMAN
BRIDGEPORT. Conn., Feb. 19. As
phyxiation by coal gas Is oald to havo
been tho causo of tho death of Joseph B.
Canlleld, superintendent of tho Canfield
Rubber company, and a Swedish maid
servant, whoso bodies wore discovered la
their slenplng-rooms In tho Canfield resi
dence, this city, today. Mra. Canfield ap
parently Is suiferlng from the oifects of
No Matter What Doc
tors Say We Know
That Heart Trou
ble in Many
Cases Can Be
Thoi'o aro ccven main fcaluTCflof
heart disease, viz.: (1) Weakness or
Debility; (2) Rheumatism or Nouralgla;
(3) Valvular Dlsordor; (O Dilation;
(5) Enlargement; (8) Fatty Degenera
tion; (7) Dropsy.
Documentary evldenco will provo
thousands of so-called "Incurables" havo
been absolutely cured by Dr. Miles'
Now Heart Cure.
Patients often havo no Idea tholr dls
caso Is heart trouble, but ascribe it to
Indigestion, Liver Complaint, otc.
Here aro some of tho symptoms:
Shortness of breath after exercise.
Smothering Spells. Pain In Chest, left
Shoulder and arm. Discomfort In Lying
on ono side. Fainting Spells. Nervous !
Cough. Swolllng of Feet and Ankles.
Paleness of Faco and Lips. Palpitation.
Nightmare Irregular Pulse.
"I have great faith In Dr. Miles' New
Heart Cure, and speak of Its mcrltB
whenever opportunity presents. 1 can
now go up and down stairs with case,
where three v.coks ago 1 could hardly
walk ono block." One year later. "I
am still In good health; tho Heart Curo
did no much for me that I find It a far
grcator medicine than you claimed It
to be." S. D. YOUNG. D. D., GD7 North
Pino St., Natchez, Miss.
Money back If first bottle falln to benefit
T'RIh1!? Wrilo us and wo will mail
A ZVXaZj you a Free Trial Package of
Dr. Miles Antl-Paln PIII3, the Now,
Sclcntlllo Remedy for Pain. Also Symp
tom Blank for our Specialist to dlagnoso
your cose and tell you what In wrong
and how to right it. Absolutely Free.
Address: DR. MILES MEDICAL, CO,,
LABORATORIES, ELKHART, IND.
THIS WEEK WE ARE SELL-
I Sterling Silver J
in best patterns on earth at 90c &
and 81.00 an ounce, and giving- fr j
20 per cent discount on much of k 1
our sterling hollow ware. p
flAlT LAKE CITY I
fiWrRFQ YOUNO. MIDDLE
? W ll K V H AG130 AND ELDER
S H 5 b; tj LY. If you. are oexual
2 1 1 j jSy ly weak, no matter
; I I 8 ggi R n from what cauiro; undc
mUb,1!. rSJa-W voloped; have stricture,
jrnagu .vrsa-TiTna varicocele, etc . MY
PERFECT APPLIANCE will curo you.
No drugs or electricity; 75,000 cured and I
developed 10 DAYS' TRIAL, Send for
free booklet. Sent sealed. Guaranteed.
Wrlto today. R C Emmet, 2C8 Tabor
Block. Denver, Colo.
vvraftM Uo Eic O fornnnatnnl
hSeK' J 6 'W'-Vjfi dlroliarcrs.lQdauiLtatloDe, i
?$Ff Oornttt4 Ydj Irritations or ulcoratlom
( Pr.rfntj Cei.uci... Pnlnlfii, iind not atrla
GUntEEVAfiSCHEMrWtCO. gont or potwnoua.
US$& CIHCIHWTI.O.jjg Sold by Drtjliit8,
SWjilv C.3.A. jSSl or ont ia plain wrapper,
Xm5?iJtSl 1'T pres, prnpald. tor
iKiiS',- Circular eot on reqeett.
f Cbocotetes W
I L Bosboss I! I
I Given Away Free
A With I
I Teas, Coffees, Spices
I Baking" Powder
1 It iays to I
j Trade at
6reat Amencafl Imparting Tea Cos
I 245 KLAIN ST.,
g SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. j
1. . 11 IP . ijj.vjui ijjjjju- i-LiurrvrmTJ. t.f i'.l 1
i COMMERCIAL T
5 CENTER t
I Of the $
f is best reached
1 SOUTHERN i
I RAILWAY I
T PENETRATES ELEVEN
I Travelers from the West may
4- use this line through St. Loula, 4-
-if Jtemphls or Birmingham.
WTsr. FLANNELLY. T. P. A. --
4- Board of Trade Building,
Kansas City, Mo.
444-H-H-4-K Hit 44
'Tis the " Comfort Line"
ON THE POPULAR
THE ERST AND
AS WE ARE THE ORIGINATORS
OF FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CAR SERVICE BETWEEN
ST. LOUIS ANR LOUISVILLE.
DON'T YOU THINK IT WOULD
PAY YOU. IN TRAVELING TO
"GET THE HENDERSON ROUTE
HABIT"? IT "WILL US.
RSK OS HEOT IT
I W. C. LINDSAY, General Agent.
: F. G. CUNNINGHAM,
Trav. Pass. Agent.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
IWiffatffomW URINARY I
Debate ofcon't.'fc'to !
1 Tell me the name and address
I p'ljPfc of your friend in the East -who j j
iliaW might be induced to come West j
this summer. I will furnish him, ij
- .or her, with complete information
!l tfT Tftiiyffi S regarding the low excursion rates p
' 1 1 H I is w'q nn( Gs rouGS reserve berths 0.
and do everything possible to
make your friend's journey com-
fortable and pleasant.
lfevlP If you're going East, I should '
,1 JS.sj'vLS be glad to do as much for you.
Flyers for Omaha and Chicago leave jw
.t J'-'i Denver at -1:15 ,. p. m. and 10:ST p. m ;
' ' for St. Joseph. ICanBas City and St. Louis
at 2 n. m. and 10:35 p. ra.. 1
I lffll 79 w s2cend s8uih st- i
ii jlpl B F- NESLEN, General Afjent.
l 11 SALT LAKE CITY.
-ARRIVE. , .
irom Ocden. Portland iflflV
Vom Osden. Cach "'vjn" Si
Fr0DilnAcr,msl,at,i pnt.' ii-i ? -rr
Louis. Kansas City? Oma- : ilfiM
ba.. Denver nod San Frw- ; W"
M DEPART.'"" jsjlCt
Fct Oden, Omaha, Chicago. fj "r
Tor Ocden. Portland. St. An". i i'
thony, San Francisco and
intermediates polnta ..... 10 ""
For Opden Omaha. Chlcico'
Denver. Kansap City, St. . A , eWoI
Louis and Son Frar.rwjco.. l-ii I T
For Osdf.a. Cacho Valley, 1 iilnl
Denver, iranane CltT. Oma- - -ha.
SL Iouls and Chicago. K.i 4?
For Ondea. Cacho aUoy 1 B"
Butte, Holeno, Portland. '
flan Franclflco and latenn- 4 -
diate points 11 '4J
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Trnfnl -a
D. B. BURLEY. O. P A t j? & ?
D. S. 8PENCBR. A. 0. 1 Vi It1
City Ticket oface, 201 Mala atri 1
TIMK J J
Bon Pedro. Loa An- VK LrfiiK
Kelca & Slt Lalco Vr?f i
VL R. Co. (tcfl1
FLSkoSi?n short l,d9 dH &i
For Provo Lchl, irnlrneld'arm '
Nophl. Hand and pointa on t
Sanpeta Valley Ry.... ...... "7
For Qarnelrt Bench. Tooele ' Sjtt
Stockton, Marnmotb, Eureka i 'Zmi
end Silver City 8:J fj
ST070' A'rocrican Fork, i Jri
Iv4hl. Juab, Jlllford. Frisco. ' Yv&
Callenteo and Intermcdlato vj
Pln,D G:9 feint
ARRIVE. V ftt
From Provo. American Fork.
Lchl. Juab, Mllford, Frlsoo, j plto(
Callcnteu and lntermediato f 5
poluts Q.Ji &s
Utam Provo, Lchl, Fatrflold, j S'11
Mcrcur and Sanpete Vallty i.
Ry. pointo 5;5 m ci
From Sllvor City. Mammoth.
Eureka. Stockton. Tooelo
and Garfield Beach .....5d s'fL
Dally Pullman Buffet Sleeping O i
rlco butvrcea Salt Lakw, Mllford. 'I ?
tnd C.llontea. ,: 0
Direct atafjo connections for oll
Dlctrlcta ln southern Utah and N!f fitr.
City Ticket Office, C01 Main i W
Telophono 250. Jff
E. VT. GILLETT. J L. N 11 W
Gen 1. Pr.35. Act. CotumercM
' ' '
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT; J
TO ST. LOUIS. Si
Throush car. Salt Liko City, WI0
lLouIs and Kani3 Clt). Only ono lfif 5
Jto Niv Yortc, Buffalo and princlpa 1
Sa3t Iot rates for aummor travel x "1
! Eepcolal nttc-.tton to lioiw an "'j
iTounot olcepcTD through to C "l
lEoaton and other points taotit ch
I Two tralnB daily. s ,
' Inquire at tlt offlc, 103 Doolj -r--1
iBalt Lako City. Any Information
'fullvElvcn, E. C TOWNSa ?
0 P. a. A. MUaourl Pacific 1
1 i-ate.ll-. aPiJkJ ;
In ertt Xovcnlnr Si, 15W- Ju
1JCAVE SALT LuKH CVT. 1.".'.'.
No. 30 For Zplnfthom, Heber, 1 ' ts..
Provu nod Mnrysvale. 8 Ui...
No. lCfc-Fur Park CMy 8
No. C For Denver ard Ecot.... 8:
No. R l"or Oailen and West ..10 ......
No. 1 For Orden ur.d 'Vest .. 1 'D, C,
lio. 3 l'or Denver ar.d Kaat ... 3 ,tii
No. S For Provo an'i PA'rfka.. 6 fMj
No. 3 Fcr OR.ion ai d ,real pta. S:
No. For Denver and i'ast :
No. 3-Fo-- Ogden nn'1 Voit, 129 uybI
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CT
No. C From Ocden and ths Kott&
S'o. 12 From Ocden and local ptas:
No. 7-From Euwka and Provo .10, u
No. 5-From Denvor and Bait .10.
Uo. l From Denvor and East..i:a
No. 2 From Opdcn ai-1 tho VttsX. 3
No. 101-Prom ?ark y-- ?0fc
No 0-From Blr.gnam. H-ber.'j )iHt:
Provo and MajDCv.ile. ft-.
No. -4-Fix.m Ocden and th T est 7. .
No. 3-From Denver rnil East ..11, j.W.
All trains except Nos. 1 to 6 toj
tnne4lcte points. t
Ticket Office. Dooly Block. . j.
Thon, mb. ; A nB2EX0Ni G. Ai
From Utah to A-..".'
Kanaan City and Chicagcji-...
Also direct liuo to Galvest';;;
2?nso, City of Slerico and he Wg
camps of New Mexico and rfC,'.
Ask ma about reduced rates
C. F. WA&HEN", 1-.
General Agent, No. 411 Dooly ...
Salt Lake City.
N7,' and elegant In nil iu af,J?';'"
50 rooms, sIdkIo or en suite 01 JWM "'
batt- C, Holnwa. EMs,.'"