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li fHE.SAXT Ij&KE TRIBUNE: M025DAT mORjSHCN'Go EBKUATIY 1515, Ife.
I THE BLUE BELL DEAL
H Balance n Option Will B
j Shelled Out.
MINIRITY ON THE BOARD
I j Sensational Disclosure in ths
I Old Mamnnth.
HI Fifteen Feot of Higli-Qrado Coppor
Hj j Ore Exposed Polar. Star Nego-
K tiations Involving $325,000.
I I The unpaid balance on the MoChrys-
H , tal Interest In the Eagle & Blue Bell of
Hp I 1 Tlntio will be discharged as soon ns the
Hjl proceeds of the Bingham Con.'B 51,000,-
Hfj 000 bond issue shall permit, said Capt.
ft Duncan MacVIchle, general manager
HH! for the purchasing company, on his ar-
Ki rival from the general ofllces In the
l , East yesterday, -while the directors
t?! havo cheerfully acquiesced in the rec-
m ommendation of TV. A. Wilson as the
minority's representative on the board.
H President White, said the Captain, will
y J further information oC Interest to the
f I Eoglo & Blue Bell shareholders will be
$ ' released.
j5 I The meeting of directors at Boston,
g Bald Manager MacVIchle, and the ex-
1 haustivo analysis to which the affairs
. 1 of the company was subjected revealB
a most satisfactory condition through
i jl out, and from earnings which cannot bo
M interrupted the present year the com
pany will bo at liberty to enter the divl
,j dend-paylng column. It will not bo
J necessary' for the company to add to
M Its present battery of furnaces to re
( duco 20,000 tons of ore per month.-- he
p explained, nor will any plans the com
pany may have looking to equipment
with lead blast furnaces bo permitted
' i to encroach upon a financial policy un
j ' der which a division of these earnings
j with tho shareholder shall begin. In
deed, the future of the proposition is
I 1 as well defined as is that of any In the
State, and with ore sufficient to keep
I the furnaces going at their maximum,
it should be as productive.
"Wlille the sale of the Annlo Laurie
I group of gold mines on Gold mountain
Is being exploited by Wlliard F. Sny
der," said Capt. MacVIchle, "I don't
I believe It will ever succeed', for the rea-
Ison mat Mr. Klmberly, with whom I
talked quite freely, does not desire to
part with it. Recent developments In
the minep have, according to reports
forwarded him, added much to Its re
sources, and while the control has Its
price, I don't believe It cares to go, out
gold mining. However, there's no tell
ing what a man will do when the price
is shaken under his nose."
While the markets of tho East are
wofully awry, said Capt MocVlchle.
I notwithstanding the large volume of
money in Eastern vaults, there Is yet
' room for the meritorious. Utah Is held
in ae high esteem as any Western State,
while tho behavior of its securities In
Boston and New York has compared
favorably with any in tho list. The
Captain reports Arizona claiming a
great deal of attention, with many es
pousing opportunities brought up from
Mexico, but Utah has no reason to feur
either, as long as it maintains Its pres
"Do I believe tho American Smelting
and Refining company will build a cop
per smelter? Undoubtedly or If It
does not I shall bo surprised." was
Capt. MacVichie's assurance. "If not.
what docs it want with the Newhouse
j contract on Cactus ores or a contract
i for the reduction of concentrates from
the Utah Copper company, which lat
ter, I was Informed by the manage
ment, has also been clinched by the
company? Jt would appear to mo that
1 the company, with this patronage. ImH
got to prepare for It. and as tho patron
I age is copper, it would be difficult to
accommodate it without a copper plant.
Yes, thero were negotiations between
the American and Bingham Con , as ln-
dlcated In The Tribune's dispatches,
but I am not at, liberty to discuss
Over Interests of which he is the able
custodian.,, Capt. MacVIchle was never
as buoyant as he was on his return
from the East, and the talent can well
nfford to keep its eye on the Bingham
I :FH' OHAINMAN.
"WilMtaise 8100,000 for the Develop
ment of Nevada Property.
A mortgage and trust deed from the
Chalnmnn Mining and Electric company
to II. C. Mandcvllle of Elmlra, X. Y.,
was Hied for record in the County Re
' cordcr's office hero Monday, anys the
( News of Ely, Nov. The document covers
I llle Property of tho Clmlnmun com-
pany anil includes 101 typewritten folios
( descriptive- of tho property and explanu
I lory of the conditions upon which it la
turned over to' Mr. Mandcvllle as trus
tee. The principal one, and the one of
most lntercpt to the people hero and to
every stockholder in the company, is that
, which empowers him to iesue bonds to
the extent of $100,000. pay off all IndelA
edncss of tho company, creato a working
fund, and perform such other functions
2? nHyinb. be?ilc,lal e best Interest!
I f nl1 Intercated.in the company. The
document also 'assures ample protection to
every legitimate investor. 0
After Many Delays.
The slimes plant, which promises to
add materially to Con. Morcur eandnys If
Ltd?t'f n0t 5;ntirel obviate the losses, will
go nto active commiHsIon the nrcs,.
week, with George Moore, Inventor "f
H N"0 MORE DANDRUFF.
i Mewbro'a Horplcide DestroyB the
j Pestiferous Cause of Annoying
H Does your head Itch? Ie your coat
dress fun of white fiokca after drcasla-
M . hair thinning? Are yotf begin-
WWW r3vl!nSret bald !n Pta7 Aro you a"-
H "o that i?eklaWly be,cmlns bojd? II
Hi ' inat ,8 the effect of i pigm'v lltfi
WWW UnJ'flP thJW8 up the scalp In dandruff
I ece'l t? ,he ha,r a.1 th0 root Sc "
EjkT - -ssssr
the process, who has been detained In
town, to be present at the event. While
the dolays have boon many and provok
ing to the shareholders, they have been
Incurred by tho manufacturer of, certain
fittings, hut thlB will have soon been for-liottcn.
MINES OF THE SOUTH.
Pleased "With Consolidation Firo
Clay The Horse Shoo.
(Special to Tho Tribune.)
MODENA, Utah, Feb. 21. Tho citizens
of Iron county and of the southern por
tion of the State aro rejoicing over the
news, which has been confirmed, of tho
consolidation of the largo mining com
panies of Utah and Nevada under tho
new organization In Now York city, the
Monarch Mines and Smelting company,
with a capitalization of many millions,
by somo of the Ka9tom magnates. Mo
dena, Statellno and vicinity will bo large
ly Interested in and benefited by the
launching of this vast enterprise by Stato
Senator A. 13. Lewis, justly entitled "tho
Little Napoleon of Plnanco," to whom
tho sincere congratulations and best
wishes aro extended by his coiiHtltucnts
in this end of tho county. It is under
stood that it huH always been tho Sena
tor's Intention to' operate In this section
of Utah's gold mineral bolt as soon as
tho Majestic troubles aro adjusted.
A brick and tllo plant Is ono of the
possibilities of Modena In the near future.
R, L. Nolf, who bun mining Interests
here, granted to John Sands and Capt.
P. Goodyear of Salt Lnko City an option
for ninety days, Covering ono of the larg
est tracts of llro clay yet found In Utah.
Those gentlemen represent Eastern capi
talists, who, owing to the great contigu
ous Iron deposits, which upon develop
ment will roqulro thousands of brick,
aro anxious to secure tho property.
G. Pray Smith, manager of tho Horso
Shoo mlno at Fay, Nov.. has returned.
Tho various properties hold bv hlmnolf
and associates. Including tho Snowrlakc,
tho greatest low-grade gold prospect ever
discovered In Utah, will bo vigorously
Fifteen Feet of Copper Ore in Upper
"Workings, Gold Below.
Down at the "Mammoth of Tintic the
miner Is reveling over an olio of strikes
that promise, according to yesterday's
advices, to restore It to a productiveness,
equal to that of Its palmiest dnys, and
with the expiration of Its contract, one
week from tomorrow, to make It one of
tho most Interesting consignors on the
open market. To some of those brief rpf
orenco was made by Superintendent Mc
Intyre In his annual report to the share
holders. On the 600-foot level nt that
period, however, the ore body over which
tho management Is now exulting had Just
been uncovered. On Saturday, says Su
perintendent Mclntyre, this had opened
up Into fifteen feet of oro of commercial
quality, somo of the rock containing as
much ns 30 per cent copper, with charac
teristic values In gold nnd silver. Nor Is
there anything to Indicate other than
deposits of greater magnitude that await
tho management within. Indeed, sold
Mr. Mclntyre, the dlpclosuro possesses all
tho characteristics of those contained In
tho famous slopes In Mammoth territory.
The strlko Is in new ground due north of
tho main shaft, and a week latnr actlvo
extraction fr6m that source will begin.
No less gratifying Is a dlpclosuro made on
Suturdny lust on the 1600-foot level, where
five feet of ore was opened up which re
veals all kinds of gold rock, whllo tho
least derived from It at the assay furnaco
was Z'72.A0 gold, some of It running to
heights that arc delirious. In other spots
referred to In the annual report new dis
coveries have continued tp open up. with
tho possibilities of their developing Into
larger bodies at any time. The most as
suring at this period, however, Is tho
copper development on tho COO-foot level,
tho wealth of this to begin to assert It
self In a few days.
POLAR STAR DEAL.
Transaction in Which Salt Lakers
Will Divide Some Money.
For 2X.CO0 shares of the Polar Star,
whoso California properties ore controlled
by Salt Lake talent, a syndicate com
posed of Eastern Investors has obligated
itself to shell out J225.0G0, with the hold
money to be drawn down as soon as tho
approval of John A. Klrby, president of
tho company, arrives from California.
Walter Byrne, troasurcr of tho company,
who was seen during the day, says that
while the purchasing crowd has been as
sured the Interest In question, it Is fur
thur obligated to receive at tho samo fig
ure any shares that may bo tendered it
by the minority. Tho property of tho
Polar Star company Is loeuted at Grass
alley, Cal. homo of a number of the
most productive gold mines In that State.
It adjoins tho property of the North
Star, that In a single month was produc
tive of $125,000 in gold. It bus two ledges,
samples from which aro honeycombed
with gold, tho wholo a free-milling propo
sition, which Mr. Klrby. general super
intendent of tho great Daly West, savs
should be made as productive as any In
the camp. It is tho intention of tho syn
dicate to begin work Immediately the
deal Is approved by tho president, who Is
now In Los Angeles.
Hoisting of Ore From a New Source
Through Neighbor's Shaft.
A report submitted by Secretary Dunlap
on present conditions at the properties of
tho Montana-Tonopa says: Work In the
different portions of tho mlno Is progres
sing very satisfactorily, but the general
conditions have not materially changed
since last report. Tho grade of ore In
tho Macdonald ledge on botlf the COO and
COO levelB has Improved verv much dur
ng the last ten days, Next week wo will
begin hoisting ore frbin tho ledgo from
which wo arc now working through the
North Star shaft. This Is the ledge the
North Star people have been working on
tho &o0 levdl, and on which we have drifted
J? oml e,UHt ,IJ!e- The ortb cross-cut on
the C00 level has not cone forward very
rapidly during the last ten days, because
of the extremely hard ground. The ore
shipments have been a little, retarded this
week because of a slight derangement of
the electrical power. This has been- read
justed, however, and the crusher is now
running full time.
TONNAGES PILING UP.
Bingham's Output Too Much for the
Copper Belt's Equipment.
During his stop at Chicago Manager
MacVIchle of the Copper Belt railway .ef
fected an arrangement that by wire will
enablo him to procure a third locomotive
for uoo upon the Bingham line, and with
the acquiescence of President Bayly tho
builder will bo instructed to forward it
at once. With tho Boston Con., the
Yampn, tho Ohio and Utah Copper com
panies to bo accommodated whllo ores ura
being forwarded to tho Bingham Con.
under pioneer contracts, present equip
ment has been literally overcome. There
Is ono locomotive In the shop'.-ind one In
service at this time, while the tonnage
it is required to handle Is daily piling up.
Copper Sulphide Smelting. -
w iffi ?opP,er, sulphides the smelt
ing Is often preceded by a desulphurizlmr
roast which burns oft an excess of sul
phur, leaving sufficient sulphur i the
in th,?Wr,ert to form a clHer-lron motto
Mine fHrnacc' "a' tho Pacific Coast
Miner. Copper sUlph des aro In some
Places oxidised by 'roasting to prcparo
them for acid leaching In tho chlorldiz
ng roast the silver In the ore Is changed
to a chloride of Hllver by adding chlorldo
of sodium during the roosting process
this being one of tho preparatory epa
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great Northern,
DENVER. Brown Talaco.
KANSAS CITY Midland, Coates.
LOS ANGELES Tho Angolus, B. F.
Gardner, 505 Spring Street,
MINNEAPOLIS Went Hotel.
NEW YORK Wuldorf-Astoria, Impo
rlal, Astor House.
OMAHA The Millard, Tho Paxton.
PORTLAND. OR. Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUIS Planters', Southern.
SAN FRANCISCO Palaco.
SEATTLE Hotol Northern.
WASHINGTON Wlliard. Raleigh.
In tho lixlvlatlon process in which hypo
sulphite solutions aro employed. In the
chlorlnntlon process, wherein gold ores
aro treated in revolving barrels by chlor
ine gas to form chlorldo of gold, this
operation Is preceded by oxidizing roast
ing if tho ores aro refractory. This Is
done to eliminate such elements as sul
phur, antimony and arsenic, which Is ac
complished by roasting in tho presenco of
an abundance of olr
VERSUS THE "WILDCAT.
What tho Postal Authorities Are Do
ing to Check Its Ravages.
There are, practically, two mothods
open for stopping fraudulent mining
scheues. Tho first Is publicity and the
second Is to prevent the specious mining
shark from using the United States malls,
says the Mining Reporter of Denver. The
fllrst method would bo moro prompt and
efficacious If the publicity only extended
to the parties who were being fleeced.
Unfortunately, the gulllblo public rarely
sees a mining Journal, and whon It does,
tho plausible promoter has but to whis
per tho word "blackmail" to hlo victim
In order to prevent him from listening to
warnings. It Is unfortunately true that
western exposures or swindles have Ut
ile effect so long ;is Eastern papers pub
lish the mendacious advertisements or
Tho Postoffice department has of late
years done a ureal deal toward making
tho path of the swindler -noro rocky and
thorny. The difficulty about this method
Is the department practically can act only
after the mischief has been dono. Then,
also, the department Is so busy In run
ning down other kinds of frauds that It
can snare only a fraction of Its force In
running downvmlnlng swindles. Still, when
tho department does get out after swin
dlers, nnd Is sure of its ground, it never
relinquishes Its grasp until the malefac
tor Is placed In his proper environment.
The species of fraud most difficult of
stopping la that of the shipbuilding trust
type. Thnt l. when unscrupulous pro
moters take up fatr-looklng small prop
ortles nnd. by skillful maneuvering, ob
tain very largo promotion fees out of an
absurdly large capitalization, tho capital
raised being spent In -xce.lve manage
ment charges and comparatively snail
expenditures on the mines.
Tonopah Stock Sales.
Transfers were recorded on the San
Francisco exchange on Fiidav Inst as follows-
MacNaninra. GOO nt lKc; Montana
fonopah. 1550 at $1.-10; Belmont. 2500 at 51
razOc; 1300 at 50e. seller ten days; 500 at
61c. seller five dnys: Midway. -100 at f
lie; 700 at 10c. seller ten days; North
Star. 100 at 35c; Rescue. 1700 at 7(&Se
fonopah Superior. 500 at 7c.
The annual meeting of Ontario Con
solidated shareholders will take place to
day. The Uncle Sam of Tin tic has another
consignment of concentrates from Its
mill at the 'sampler.
M. J. Friedman, the merchant and mi
ning man of Halley. Ida.. Is down from
that prosperous- region ugain.
The Umbering up of tho llonerlne's new
concentrator at Buhl, out of Stockton,
wfil begin In tho next few hours.
Interest In tho oil and gas field Is grow
ing hourly, and n fresh lot of talent from
Texas Is to arrive the present week.
The condition of Manager George n
Robinson of the Yampa was reported Im
proved at his hotel during the afternoon.
There will bo no call on the mining ex
change today. Tho members will com
neniorate the birth of George Washlng-
Wlth a more powerful pump Installed
active drifting on tho 300-foot level of
thp Johnny of Statellno will bo resumed
The return of Manager C. W. Whitley
of the American Smelting and Refining
company from tho East Is scheduled for
Frank Burke, who Is down from Idaho
says the year In Its diggings will be the
most active and Interesting, moro acuto
than at any period slnco the boom In
Manager Joseph Dederlchs of the Dia
mond Con. nt Stockton came In from the
East yesterday, after conferring with In
terests in Indiana, nnd under his direc
tion nctlvo development will be resumed
Arthur Murphy, manager of the Daisy
mines and mill at West Dip. Is In town
again. Mr, Murphy Is not doing much
alklng at this time-he has surrendered
in! from the' now com-
.vl'?' .dlsnos4d of his holdings In the
AJax Mining company, the niche Jn the
board formerly filled by Henry M Itv,m
Is now occupied by w. S. Collon Who
was chosen at a meeting of tho directors
on Saturday. At the same session a $15 -003
assessment was levied. ,uu u ii0'
John E DuBols of the Yankee Con will
make an inventory of changes that lmve
developed nt the properties since his last
ylslt the present week. Tho management
has a number of Interesting condiUons
to which to call his attention, and w S
ssne'SiW1 ev,de,,co that
many manifestations of approval during
the day. The largest chlorlnntlon iiK
Vn.ft?, ,rl,d' w'j,ch 13 operand "by ?he
United States Reduction and Reflntni
company at Colorado City. ha3 achieved
Its proportions on ores of tho same char
ncter. and what the method has done for
Cripple Creek it promises to repelu f?n
SALT LAKE CITY'S NEW HOTEL,
th'e kenyon, ,
Large, superb and Incomparable. Lo
cal and long-distance telephone In
Pembroke Sells It.
Wagemaker filing devices, card index
systems. Typewriter stand and desk
LOOKS LIKE DICK FOR
SUCCESSOR TO HANNA '
rFRC!N' ;' .Feb' 21--When Charles
Dick returned from Cleveland thl.v af
ternoon he was met by the State Rep
resentatives and Senators of his Con- I
gressional district, who tendered him
their support for election to the United
Statea Senate to succeed the late Sena- 1
tor Hnnnn. With Gov. Herrck. George
B. Cox and Mr. Burton withdrawn it Is I
expected that Mr. Dick will be the cau
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Our stock of optical goods is complete, both in frames and :
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Incidentally, the Burlington is the only railroad
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T. M. SCHUMACHER, Traffic Mw'
D. E. BURLEY. G. P& T. A JfkT
D. S. SPENCER, A. G. P. A.ilStC
City Tlckot otflco. 201 Main street, 'xtf
telephone 2C0. ijT ft
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Ban Pedro, Lon An- VWSjR, ,
From Oregon Short Lino DflpoL '5,'.!
For Provo, Lehl, Fairfield and -Nephl,
Manti and points on ;
Banpot Valley Ry 7:80 1; 'j
For Garnold Beach, Tooolc, fs ilC
Stockton, Mammoth, Buroka J L'E
and Silver City 8KX42: jr
For Provo, American Fork, (fertl!
Lhl, Juab, Mllford, Frisco, fa
Callontes and lnterraedlato f
ARRIVE. ' jflfr,
From Provo. American Fork, .v tx
Lehl. Juab, Mllford, Frisco, -V- JfD
Callentea and Intermediate f Ut:
From Provo, Lohl, FalrHold, ;
Mercur nnd Sanpote Valley fj
Ry. points 5:35pi ,(co4
From Stiver City, Mammoth, $ irf !
Eureka. Stockton. Tooele jirlo
and Garfield Beach 5:35p.
Dally. . i jjjn
Dully Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car a
trice between Salt Lake, Mllford, Moda dp 1
Hid Callentes. y. bj
Direct stage connections for all mini iftt
districts in southern Utah and Jevadai iitrt
" " & B F
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Strai :?ri3
Telephone 250. J1
fc. W. GILLETT. J L. MOOJ
Gcn'l. Pass. Apt. Commercial. Aj
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT Lll
TO ST. LOUIS. ffi
Through car. Salt Lako City to if' V-.i
Louis and Kaneaa City. Only one chaa
to yv York, Buffalo and principal poliail
East low rates for summer ' travel. ig
' Espodal attention to ladiea ar.d c al
Toiirtst Bleep through to Chlciii m
iBoston and other polnto without chonsi Me;
Two trains dally. . . t 'Sba
i Inaulro at ticket office, 103 Dooly bio itJl
Bait Lake City. Any Information cht
ISllV given, H. C. TOWNSEND,- ,
0 P. t 4. A. Missouri Pacific Ry..?.
1 t ouin Ma. J Iral
In effect rfovemier Z2, 19C8. 2?
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITT. -J: (a,1
N'o 10 For Gingham, Hebor, i Nth
Provo and Marysvalo. S:00 a.: 4S, i
No. 103 For Pork City 8-15 a;
No. & For Denver and East.... 3-20 a., (eg.
No. B For Ogdon and Went 10:50 a.
No. 1 For Ogdon and West 1M5 P' kn
No. 2 For Denver nnd East .. 3:15 p.;
No. 8 For Provo and Eureka . 6:00 p.:
No. & For Ogden aud local pta. C:0o p.: r.
No. i For Denvor and Eaat . . S:06 p.
No, 3 For Ogdon and West . . 12:i0
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY.fl ?B
No. G-From Ogdcn and the East S:10 tl1
No. 12-From Ogdon and local pts 9:05 a., Z'
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo. .10:00 a: j
No. 5 From Denver and Eaat..l0: W a.
No. 1-From Donver and Eaat 1:35 p. -No.
2-From Ogden and tho West 3:06 p, JJ
No. 101-From Park City.. - .. 5:15 v. J.
No 9 From Bingham. Hober, l
Provo nnd Marysvale. rT JjOOp-
No. -1 From Ogden and the WestJop. t
Ko. 3 From Denver and East. . .11:5 P j
All trains except Nos. 1 to 8 stop at.l
tcrmedlatc points. K
Ticket Offlco, Dooly Block. V-
Phono 205. BE2JT0Kj g. A. P
ASIiNOF TIE TIMES
3TRHmS DRILY 4. $
From UtaJi to
Kansas City and Chicago.
Also direct Une to Galveston, ;
j?aso, City of Mexico and the miniJ
camps of Wow Mexico and Arizona.
Ask mo about reduced rates eastj
O. F. WARREN, IP
Genoral Agent, No. 411 Dooly Bloc;
Salt Lake City. jJEfti
Now and elegant In all lta anpolntmohtg