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7 o The Salt liAicB Trtbtote: Tjiuksday MoitisrnsrGs jMarobc 10, 1904:. , la
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'! ( MINE AND PROSPECT; FURNACE AND MILL 1
I ; LOCAL TALENT
I GOES TO NEVADA
H Management of Montezuma Mines
H J Organizes His Forces for Wcst-
lr j oni Undertaking.
HI To personally prosccuto the campaign of
HI development at the properties of tho Mon-
tezuma Mining company aL Montezuma,
H Esmeralda county, Nov., M. L, Roodcr
1 camo In from Boston yesterday morning
H on his way to tho "Western camp. With
tho Montezuma group of mines that wcro
' being profitably operated long before Jim
Burlcr stuck a pick In tho earth and drew
out Tonopah, the old Nevada miner la
familiar. Tho properties, Indeed, havo
been productive of ores of the value p
H 5500,000, whllo $200,000 has been cxpondod In
1 equipmonta, including a mill and furnaco
i tor tho reduction ot Its ores. The big
K company of which Mr. Rocdor is tho gon-
1 , i oral manager as well as necrotary, and
H ' which Is capitalized at $750,000, has among
1 ' Its assots somo of tho best known inlnca
In Esmeralda county, whllo from its
, camp to Tonopah Is but twenty miles. Al-
, though working under many dlsrulvan
tages tho company last summer dlstrlb
I utod $30,000 among Us shareholders, whorc
H I upon it was decided to hang up tho mill
H' and to sink a permanont shaft which
would afford moro economical outlot for
tho ores. This Is now approaching a dopth
1 of 200 foot and from it levels will bo cx
i tended to tho varlouti lovols. Tho mines
i havo already bocn developed to an extent
that demonstrates tho presence of Bovcral
distinct ledges carrying values from 10
to 7350 per ton, although ores of tho valuo
of JSOOO aro found in them. At tho dlscov
cry of tho Montezuma mines thcro was
not a reduction plant within 100 miles of
them, and it was posslblo to markot only
tho high-grade ores, but equipment ha3
overcomo this and tho company 1b now
prepared to realize on resources that In
former days wcro allowed to accumulate
During his sojourn in the city Mr. Rocdor
with Mrs, Hocdor, by whom ho is accom
panled, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Mbrltz, tho visitors to leave for their fu
turc home at Reno tomorrow.
Hr SInco his arrival in Zlon Manager Roe-
tier has retained tho services of a number
of experienced mining men by whom ho
will bo accompanied to camp.
j CONTROL OF BOSTON
H HEADED HOMEWARD
"Tho forced selling of Boston Consoll
dated Mining company stock by London
holders has been reflected In a dccllno In
tho shares in this market from ?o.50 to $5
H r a share, saya Hayden Stono In a Boston
Hi market letter. "It Is said that about CO per
H ' cent of tho stock of tho Boston Consoll
dated Is now held In tho United States,
H I and that Jt Is not unlikely that the com
H pany will be changed from an English to
H an American corporation, as was tho caso
1 with tho Utah Consolidated. Tho Boston
! Consolidated Is now Bhlpplng regularly to
HII: the Bingham smelter about 200 tons of oro
Hl! per day. An avcrago of forty-two shlp
Hl; ments to tho United States and Bingham
Hli smelters showed -12 per cont copper, $2.37
Hl KOld and 9.G por cent excess of Iron."
Hl Locally It is quite well known that tho
1 American Interest has lncreasod "prodl
Hl giously" during tho past year and that
Hl tnc effort hna been to get tho control back
1 Into American hands, as was dono with
Highland Boy. Ncltncr proposition was
Hl c-stccmcd very highly by tho cousins
across tho water, although tho parting
1 with Highland Boy has been regretted by
1 not a few of them.
II ALONG THE SAN PEDRO.
! Gold Properties That Are Winning
' Their "Way to Prominence.
"Whllo somo people manifestly if not
a'owcdly antagonistic have said through
certain Eastern publications that tho rc
; sources along tho route of the San Pedro
, between Callentcs and Daggett ore lndlf-
fercnt, tho mining camps continue to
operate, pay taxes on their net output af
i ter paying for explosives, equlpmont, etc.,
and discharging their payrolls. Tho
Quartctto company in southern Lincoln
showed gross earnings during tho year of
nearly 573,000, and tho Southern Nevada
i company earnings of nearly $18,000, whllo
tho Keystono produced over 531,030. Tho
average valuo of tho ores from which tho
earnings woro derived was $31,52 gold per
ton. In tho samo region aro prospects
that aro rapidly dovcloplng into mines.
"What Is true of thl3 locality is truo of
othera notwithstanding Eastern effort for
purposes that arc obvious to discredit tho
region or strotch of mineral-bearing coun
I try in question.
F Among others who arc prospecting new
ground and sparring for openings in old
I camps at this time are Messrs. Charles
I i Keith and Thomas "Waldron, whllo George
I Gunn, representing tho American Smclt
I ir.g and Refining company, has traveled
I, over the same routo in thot Interest of
I1- his $100,000,000 boss, without rcfcrcnco to
I an army of prospectors who havo gono
I systematically about their work.
H. OUTPUT OF HYDRO CARBONS.
Present Production From the Uintah
Basin and Valuo of It.
"W. Weston, who complied a report on
i tho resources of tho Moffat road, now
K pushing In this direction, says of tho out
put of hydro-carbons from what is now
commonly known as Uintah Basin:
H "Shipments that arc at present being
H mode, by different companies, of aspbal-
H turn or olatcrito products, mostly by wag-
T on, to the nearest railway ofton ovor 100
H miles distant arc over 1000 tons per month,
estimated at about (56,000. Tho cost and
H quotations of these hydro-carbons arc as
H follows; Tho shipments from tho Cowboy
B scries cost $22 per ton, but as the vein is
H eighteen feet wide and not so deep. It
H could bo mined cheaper than tho thrco-
H foot Duchesno vein, and orobably put on
H the market for $23 por ton. So that even
H with tho present crudo oiothods of mining
H and long wagon hauls, thcro is a clear
H profit on the gllsonltc of from $15 to J20
H per ton. Tho clatcrlto being In much nar-
H rower veins, costs moro to mine, but being
l close to the railroad tho profits on this
H must bo at least $45 per ton. According to
H the latest information -tho St. Louis As-
H phaltum company is shipping 400 tons of
H gilsonlto per month from the Duchesno
H vein by wagon to tho railway at Price.
H Utah 100 miles distant at $13 per ton
H haulage. The American Asphalt associa-
H tlon Is shipping 300 tons of gilsonlto por
H month by wagon to tho Denver & Rio
H Grande railroad at Rifle, Colo., tho din-
H tanco being 120 miles, hauling charges $23
B per ton. This company quotes gilsonlto
H at Ml, f, o. b. Denver. The Parictto com
H pany, on the Culmcr vein, southwest of
B Duchesno bridge, is also shipping 200 tons
H per month to Prlco, Utali. Tho Raven
H company Is shipping 223 tons of olatcrito
H per month at Jennings Spur, .Utah. This
H company quotes clatcrlto at $G5 per ton,
j o. b. In Utah.
A Turquoise Find.
Hl Frank G. Humphrey of Ctdw Springs
H was In town Saturday and exhibited at
H tho Bonanza office somo fino specimens
B ot turquoise extracted by him fror a
ledgo he recently located and oponcnl up a
mile and a quartor cast of tho station,
saya tho Toriopah Bonanza. Somo of tho
stones wcro cut and polished. Thcso, In
'olor, were a light green, perfectly Haw
,ess, nnd In weight ran from ono to throo
Karats. Others thai he exhibited woro In
their native Hlato and varied In color and
weight. Tho ledgo In which thoy wcro
found lies hetwoon porphyry walla, tho
stones being imbedded In a talcy Beam
closo to the walls.
A FEATURELESS DAY
IN THE LOCAL PIT
Tho day's business on tho mining ox
change was confined to 13,400 shares of
stock, tho day's receipts to $1353.12. Tho
sessions wcro without a feature, unloss It
was tho disorderly conduct of Daly West,
which flattoncd out to $30.90 under the
wolght of le?a than nlnoty sharos, or tho
transfer of a slnglo lot of Grand Central
that $3.90 wan required to dislodge. In tho
rocedlng column was also Llttlo Chief,
which was gradually reduced to 3 cents,
whllo "Wabash was particularly handed
out as a souvenir of a dull day. Swan
Hca, which has boon coming out at long
Intervals only, accommodated a oustomcr
with a lot of 00, whllo Century, whoso
flock has Just pocketed another $3000 divl
dont, was pormlttcd to go over tho coun
ter at 73 conts, with CO tho bcBt to bo had
for Con. Mcrcur. Thcro was still a wldo
dlfforonco between tho buyer and scllor on
tho merits of Daly-Judge as an Invest
ment, ns was there over Montana-Tonopah,
although tho latter continues to pllo
up profits, whllo the former Is paying out.
As an oxpcrlmont Bulllon-Bock, which la
putting out a car of oro dally, was mode
an offering at $1.60. or on a basis of $160,000
for tho whole, but is was passed without
a bid, while Mammoth was held at $1.20.
Star Con. did somo business up to 17MiC,
whllo New York changed hands at 86 and
AJax at 5 cents, tho day closing on tho
I A. M. I) P. M.
Bid. IAskcd.ll Bid. Aakod.
AJax $ .Oiy, $ $ .04H $ .OGtf
Alice 10 ........ .10
Bul.-Beck 2.00 1.50
Black Bess 03 .01 .03
Butlor-Llb .. .10 .1071 .10 .10
Carlsa M .03 ' .01 .0$
Century 7C 75 .SO
C. Mcrcur .. .0) GO .ft
Daly 1.S0 2.20 1.07 2.3)
Daly-Judge . 4.C5 COO -1.C0 COO
Daly West.. 33.S0 31.00 33 E0 31.37&
Emerald OOVt !
E. & B. B... .49 .49
G. Central .. 3.70 1.00 3.75 3.95
Horn Silver . 1.00 1.40 1.00
Ingot 0U .010i .01 .011
Joo Bowers 00AJ O0"fs
Llttlo Boll .. 1.00 1.50
Llttlo Chief . .03& .01 .03 .03U
L. Mnmmoth .3S .40! .39 .41
Mammoth ... .C3 1.20 1.20
Manhattan . .00 3-1G .004 .00 .001
Mav Day 06 .00 .0C .OG'A
Mar. Wash . .OOtf .00 3-1G .00 .00 3-16
Mont.-Ton .. 1.00 1.35 1.12 1.27
New York .OS .09 .00 .09
Ontario 6.50 C50
Rich. -Ana 02 I .01 .03
Sunshtno 04 01
Swansea 30 30
S. Swansea . .04 09
Sacramento . .20 .21 .20'4 .20T4
Sll. King 70.00 70.00
Star Con ... ,lS?i .17 .lf. .17
Sll. Shield .. .02 .04 . 02?l .OlVi
Tetro 32 .33 .32 .33
U. S 20,12 20.12
Unclo Sam .. .19 .2- .19 .21
Utah 55 .CO .55 .0)
Victor 02 .03 .02 .03
Wabash 0W 01
Yankco Con. .44 .47 .13 .48
Llttlo Chief, 3000 at 414c; 1500 at 4c
Shares sold, 2500.
Selling value, $102.50.
Daly West, 45 at $31; 25 at $33.95; 20 at
Grand Central. 100 at $3.90.
Llttlo Chief, 500 at 3c y
New York, SCO at Sc, buyer thirty days;
200 at Sc.
Star Con., 700 at 17tfc; 500 at 17c.
Swansea, 200 at 25c,
Wabash, 20) at c.
Shares sold, 5490.
Selling value, T37SL60.
AJax, 2500 at 5o. I
LHUo Chief. 500 at 3c; 2000 nt-3o.
New York, BW at 9c.
Shares sold, 4C00.
Selling value. $201.57.
Century, 200 at 75c.
Star Con., 100 at 17&c; COO at 17c.
Shares sold, 900.
Selling value, $209.25.
San Francisco Mining Stocks. (
SAN FRANCISCO. March 9. Tho offi
cial closing quotations for mining stocks
today wcro as follows:
Andes $ .49 Justice ....$ .03
Belcher 24 Mexican l 75
B & B 2.05 Occidental Con. .83
Bullion 09 Ophlr 4.6O
Caledonia 1.05 Overman 22
dial Con 34 Polool 15
Chollar 17 Savago 76
Contldenco .. .. 1.00 Sierra Nov 10
C C & Va 1.J0 Silver IIIU 52
Con Imperial ... .02 Standard 64
Crown Point ... .19 Union Con 22
Exchequor 14 Utah Con 19
G- &. C 43 Yellow Jacket . .33
H fc N 92
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con .25 Ontario 5 4.25
Alice 2S Ophlr 4.30
Brecco 10 Phoenix 0-3
Comstock Tun . ,07 Potosl ...j .25
C C & Va 1.C0 Savage 63
Horn Silver .... 1.20 Sierra Nev 46
Iron Silver 2.00 Small Hopes .. .20
Loadvlllo Con . .02 Standard 2.50
Llttlo Chief ... .00
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure ...$ 2.00 Mohawk .. ..$25.25
Alloucz 3 25 Mont C & C. 2,50
Amalgam'd . 45.50 Old Doai'n . 9.50
Amor Zlno .. 7.50 Osceola 56.00
Atlantic .. .. 7.50 Parrot 22.50
Bingham . .. 19.00 Qulncy S1.00
Cal & Hccla. -145.00 Shannon .. .. 7,02
Centennial .. 16.50 Tamarack ... 90.00
Cop Range . 20.50 Trinity 4. GO
Daly West . 34.CO U S Mining. 20.25
Dom'n Coal . 53.00 US OU 8.75
Franklin . .. 7.S7 Utah 3-1. CO
Grancy 3.31 Victoria .. .. 3.00
Isle Royalo . 7.0O Winona" .. .. 5.50
Mass Mlh'g .. 3.25 Wolverlno ... 71.00
Michigan . .. 4.23
Boston Copper Market,
Special to Tho Tribuno.
BOSTON. Mass., March 9. Thin copper
market does not seem able to pull ltsolf
out of tho rut. Thero apparently is no
feature to It whatever and prices vary
fractionally with tho trend of tho Now
York market; although changes aro lim
ited for the reason that very few stocks
havo been traded In today. The closing
was quiet and irregular.
Shares. High, Low, Closo.
Amalg'a .. -.2,391 $10.12 $45.37 $45.62
Morcur 115 .06 .... ....
Daly West .. 3S1 31,12
U. S W 20.37
Utah 1,105 34.25 23.S7& 31 .00
Curb Bingham, Sig.OOfiCO.OO: Boston. $5.0)
Tonopah Stock Sales.
Transfers wero recorded as follows on
the San Francisco board on Monday last:
MacNamara, 200 at ISc; Montana-Tonopah
1C00 at $1.22: 1400 at $1.22. buyers fifteen
and thirty days; 100 at $1.25. buyed ninety
days; 900 at -$L20, sellers Ave to nin-ty
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawford, Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great Northern.
DENVER Brown Palaco.
KANSAS CITY Midland.' Coatca.
LO8 ANGELES Tho Angolus. B. F.
Gardner. 305 Spring Street.
MINNEAPOLIS West IIotoL
NEW YORK Woldorf-Aotorla. Impo-.
rial, Astor Houso.
OMAHA Tho Millard, Tho Paxton.
PORTLAND. OR, Portland HoteL
ST. LOUIS Plantora', Southorn.
SAN FRANCISCO Palace
SEATTLK Hotel Northern.
Washington wuiard. Raleigh.
davs: Rescue, COO at 9c, buyor ten days;
Tonopah-Bolmont, SCO at COc, buyer fif
teen days; North Star. 1000 at 33c
ITS RADIO ACTIVITY
A special from Montrose, Colo., "to tho
Nows of Denver says nil former experi
ments with uranium oro havo been cast
In tho shade by Thomas McKcc, tho pho
tographor, who, on a. flftoen-mlnuto cx
posuro of tho ncgatlvo plato to tho now
oro called montrosolto, has developed a
plcluro showing a koy and Chlncso coin.
On a thlrty-mlnuto oxposuro a plcturo of
a roso leaf and copper cont wcro devel
oped. So charged with light Is thl3 now
discovery that Mr. McKce's experiments
havo demonstrated that ho can mako X
ray exposures with It In IS hours. A
pockotbook, soaled with a pass koy Inside,
was given six days' exposure, but tho
plate was over-exposed.
This now oro has been named montroso
lto by Its dlscovoror, who claims to have
been tho first to ascertain Its qualities,
and thnt by an accident. It Is dark In
appcarnnco, much resembling lignito coal,
and containing quantities of decomposed
matter resembling tho powdor obtained
from burnt graphite. It Is vory light In
weight and Is always found In uranium
deposits. Hurroundcd by tho carnollto oro,
which latter oro Is nothing moro than an
cxlde of uranium. Mr. McKco mado a
test last night in a dark room with a
lloroseopo on this montrosolto ore, and
said tho ore showed light spots much re
sembling phosphorous specks.
Tho demonstrations mado by Maynard
Blxby of this city somo time ago afforded
results and lossons In radio activity
equally as interesting.
THE SILVER KING'S
Tho shareholders of the Sllvor King of
Park City will today bo permitted to draw
down another dividend of CC 2-3 cents a
share or $100,000, thl3 a total of $300,000
Binco Janunry 1st, without reference to
nddltions that havo been at each distri
bution made to tho surplus until at this
time It enjoys proportions that aro noth
ing less than prodigious. To mako tho
icgular monthly distribution among thoso
employed at the bonanza Frank Westcott
departed for camp yestorday morning
with checks not only for tho knights
thero but with ohecks for those on tho
Kearns-Kelth mines and mill from which
dividends will also begin to pour, It is said,
before tlio closo of the year.
THE BELMONT STRIKE.
Nearly Thirty Feet of Ore That Can
Be Profitably Milled.
The Tonopah Bonanza commenting on
tho new strlko in Belmont ground at To
nopah', says It Is the most important that
has taken placo In the district. It has not
only added materially to the worth of tho
property In which It was mado, but it
proves beyond tho question of doubt that
the system of rich veins which outcrop
at the foot of and on the southwest slopo
of Mount Oddlo do not end whero tho
cropping cease, but extend at least a half
mllo either way under tho surface, and
how much more only development can
determine. To satisfy himself of tho cor
rectness of this assertion tho reader has
only to consult ono of the maps of tho
district, and by starting from a point 400
feet east of tho Desert Queen shaft, and
measuring back to. a point 100 feet west
of tho Grand Trunk (Tonopah Extension
company), where the samo character of
ore is being worked on, ho will find the
dlstanco nearly a mllo, and as far .13
opened up almost every foot of tho ledgo
contains ore whoso lowest values aro rich
enough to make a handsome milling product.
FOUR FEET OF ORE.
Telephone Brings Latest News of the
A telephone message from Park City to
Manager Rolph during the day assures
him that In the Majestic company's shaft,
out of Park City, the ore has developed
to "a width of four feet, with tho values
Increasing." Tho assuranco Is a very
gratifying one not alone to Manager
Rolph. but to ailnlng circles generally, as
four foot of lead carbonate ore running
well up In silver, with somo gold, ought
to begin making tonnage for the valley
furnaces tho present month. Manager
Rolph will leave for camp again tho last
of tho week to inqulro Into developments.
Bids on Cactus Plant.
Bids for material of which the Cactus
mill at Nowhousc out of Frisco is to bo
constructed aro now arriving at tho local
offices, with fivo days more In which to
present them. Mr. Nowhousc, beforo
whom thoy will bo spread by Manager
Bottles, Is now on his way to Denver, and
Is expected In town next week after his
Colorado interests shall havo received attention.
Ore and Bullion.
In tho oro and bullion markot tho day's
settlements amounted to $05,700. McCornlck
& Co. reporting them ns thoy follow:
American bullion, $21,200;. gold, silver, lead
and copper ores, $44,500,
In tho metal market sllvor ruled at 57
cents an ounce, lead at $3.50 per hundred
pounds, and casting copper at 11 cents
SALT LAKE CITY'S NEW HOTEL,
, Large, auporb and Incomparable. Lo
cal and long-distanco telephone in
Pembrdko Sella It,
But has no solicitors on tho street.
Phone us 75S for everything in ofllco
supplies, stationery, printing, binding.
Sign of the big yellow pencil.
All $1.50 books at 75c to ?1.0S. A. R. .
Dorse & Co, (
FOR DIXIE MINES
New Road to Bo Equipped "With
Modern Machines The Now
To inqulro Into various developments
that havo boon achieved during an Interval
of several months, S. M. Stoddard of tho
Utah & Eastern Mining company, opera
ting tho Dixie mines and smelter out of
St. Gcorgo, and tho ' Bingham & Now
Haven company, with Its valuable assets
In tho big camp of copper, gold and sllvor,
camo In from Connecticut yesterday to re
main somo days. Developments at tho
Dlxlo mines, nald Mr. Stoddard, havo
been most gratifying, according to reports
forwarded the Eastern offices of tho com
pany by Manager Doollttlc. That tho ledgo
recently opened up via a crosscut fron tho
original ledge In Independent of that which
has been productlvo for many years Is
now clearly defined, Its dip. Indeed, an
antithesis of that of tho original. Mean
while a holo has been punched In tho new
ledgo at n dopth of 776 feet, and certainly
thero Is no reason to bollovo other than
that Its wealth continues from that hori
zon to tho grass roots. A crosscut Into
tho now ledgo for twenty feet, with tho
whereabouts of tho other wall yet to bo
dotcrmlned, Is tho best evidence of Its
To simplify tho means of transportation
the now road now being constructed be
tween the company's oamp nnd Modona on
the San Pedro will bo equipped with an
englno and cars to bo operated by elec
tricity, the energy to bo dcrlvd from a
gasollno machine with which each piece
of rolling stock Is equipped The new
road, across lots, as It wcro, al30 reduces
tho haul from llfty-sevcn miles to thlrty
oight, and with these changes tho under
taking will have been materially promoted.
Whllo Mr. Stoddard was unable to report
any material change In conditions at tho
Bingham properties, ho will devote several
days to then before leaving for the East.
TO -WORK ON LEASE.
Local Company's Nevada Locations
to Be Opened Up.
Tho Contact grrfup of locations owned
by tho Tonopah-Utah Mining company,
and from which samples of sensationally
rich oro wero recently tried out In the local
furnaces. Is to bo developed under a lease,
work to begin at once and to be systemati
cally prosecuted. The locations are situ
ated about thirty miles west of Goldfield.
where the lease system so profitablo In
the pioneer days of Tonopah has taken
hold like an epidemic, and under which
tho merits of a ledge aro tho quickest and
most Inexpensively doterminpd. Thnt tho
Nevada lease-fiend sees somothlng In tho
Contact to Justify him In seeking a lca.sn,
hove'cr, will be gratifying to local Interests.
Sinking at tho Galena.
Active sinking on tho old Galena mines
at Blnghnm was resumed last night, tho
shaft to contlnuo from a depth of 235 feet
already attained to a dopth of 500 feet,
from which level the prospecting of a
country which has been productlvo for
many years will begin. By tho nolghbors
tho work from that point will bo followed
with a great deal of Interest, ns It prom
ises a new lesson on tho resources of the
great lime ledge.
Tho transfer books will closo on the
Daly West's March dividend of $117,000
Tho flow of concentrates continues from
tho Ophll Hill mines and mill of Senator
Clark of Montana,
A pump with which to handle tho waters
of tho New York Bonanza has been for
warded to that Park City property.
The scat on tho mining oxchango for
merly occupied by J. A. Cunningham, Jr.,
has been acquired by E. D. Tronam.
Tho street and local shareholders aro
relying on good nows from Grand Central
directors at their meeting In Provo today,
E, B. Bradon, manager of tho Everett,
Wash., smelter, was In tho city yesterday
to confer with Manager Whitley of this
Tho managements of tho Alta mines aro
waiting with a good deal of anxiety on a
reply from tho Rio Grando ex rcl. tho
tramway between tho camp and valley.
Tho directors of tho California Mining
company mot during tho afternoon
with "resumption" the subject beforo
them. Whllo tho undertaking has been
unfortunato financially tho merits Of tho
territory havo remained undisturbed
Jackson McChrystal, ganeral superin
tendent of tho Gemini of Eureka, from
which nearly throo carloads of oro is be
ing raised dally, was up from camp again
during tho day. Thero will, In all proba
bility, be another distribution with which
to cheer tho shareholders tho present
month, although It Is rarely anticipated.
M M$ m
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I ARROW COLLAR f
j 10 CENTS, 2 FOR 25 CENTS kA
i(i CLUETT, PEA0ODY & CO. fcl
R: UAX&AS OP CLUCTT AND MONAflCH SHIRTO jUi
TJ NION ASSAY OFFICE,
VL B: HANAUER, Manatee,
Removed to 1B3 South W. Tempi.
SAMPLES BT MAIL AND EXPRESS
will recelvo prompt attention. Analytical
work a specialty. Send for price list.
JW. (JURRXE, ASSjS YEB,
IS W. Card South. Salt Lafco City.
New York Dental Parlors
Roolob 2, 8, 4 Basle Blk., 71 W. 2nd Eo.
teeth Extracted Without Pair
Modern Dentistry. Bert Work. Loweat
liiices. CROWNING AND BRIDGING
TEETH A SPECIALTY. '
Of lino dental work concedes tho palm
In tho making of light, comfortable and
natural artificial teeth and crown and
bridge work. We fill and extract teeth
with conscientious care, and mako tho
operation as nearly painless as It Is
12-k. Gold Crown3 $5.00 ;
Bridge Work, per tootli 5.00
Full Set of Teeth B.Of- 1
, Gold Fillings $1.00 and up
Silver Fillings , 60
Painless Extracting 50
THE HIGHEST CLASS OF DEN- ,
TISTRY AT THE LOWEST PRICES
IS OUR MOTTO.
Guarantee given with all work. Lady
attondant. Hours, S to 8. Sunday, 10
1 to 3.
BOSTON DENTAL PARLORS, .
j 12C SOUTn MAIN. '
Unequalled in Purity
OSWEGO SILVER GLOSS
OSWEGO CORN STARCH.
ft-M ft W jIJfl YOUNG, MIDDLE
AGED AND ELDER
'S ' "" 1 LT. If you aro aoxual
53 t 1 H Pj 1 k ly weak, no matter
&! n 4 ffl l d from what cauee; undo-'
WJaffl 111 jlLrL. W voloped; havo stricture,
nnT' 1 n iiiiiTr ji varicocele, etc., Jly
PERFECT APPLIANCE will euro you.
No drugs or electricity; 75.000 cured and
developed 10 DAYS' TRIAL. 8cnd for
free booklet. Sent senled. Guaranteed.
Write today. R. C Emmet, Tabor
Bloclc. Denver. Colo.
A positive and permanent cure for
drunkenness nnd the opium diseases.
There Is no publicity, no sickness. Ladles
treated as prlvalel as at their own homc9.
Tho Keely Institute, Xll W. So. Temple,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
I EVERY '
i; COMMERCIAL ::
Of the :;
is best reached -by
4- - -
PENETRATES ELEVEN 2
Travelers from tho West may
uso this line through 8L Louis,
-f- Memphis or Birmingham.
X WM. FLANNEIjLT. T. P. A.
4- Board of Trado Building,
-f Kansas City, Mo.
M-U M M II M M M II M M M
Tisthe "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.
HSK US HBOUT IT
W. C. LINDSAY, General Agent.
F. G. CUNNINGHAM,
Trav. Pass. Agent.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
I states n a Can
ST H lH1 H SI 11 board the throuBh ROCK ISLAND .
U iiaily ZiraHky? STANDARD SLEEPER at Salt Loko A
tonight and not leave it until you roaob.
S3 (T IT fi) !T jO) 'CHICAGO except to onjoy woll pro- jj
L B t F t QB ' pared meals In tha famous ROCK B
BatoUali GatStl , ISLAND DINERS. Tou arrive CHI-
CAGO in the morning. It saves a. hotel
Make your reservations and buy your 1
tickets at Ticket office, 100 Weit Second
flKllniJjl E' 3d:ra-k:e Dlst' Pas3, -S'
jg GEO. A. BIBLE, Trav. Pasu. Agent
Salt Lake City, Utah.
A. H. MOFFET, Genl Agent, Denver.
I The Only 1
I Lim to St. Louis, t
;p The Burlington road is the only company having H
m Its own rails and running Bolid trains from Denver E
Ijs to St. Louis. Think of this when 3tou come to make Rj
your Exposition trip this 3rear. If you do, you will P
p use the Burlington. You can step into our St. Louis fijjj
afc Special at Denver at 2:00 p. m. one day, and you K
m are in St. Louis the next afternoon at G:50, or you Kj
i can take the vestibuled flyer leaving Denver at Kg
M 10:35 p. m arriving in St. Louis the second morning h
H at 7:19, Could you ask for anything better? H
$3 in i, m j Uniform excellence -would bo a de- Hi
il I tSW-SyBS-i 8 flcrlption of these trains. Their appoint- Bjij
yy hIBI'hmI mS"ta nCar'S" pert"act QS human jj
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SI 11 jjyyyi I R- NESLEN, General Agent
1 rP" SALT LAKE CITY. gj
ARRIVE!.' ! iiS
Worn Ogden, Portland H i ilil
Butte, San' Francisco. ChV- 1 H9H
capo, St. Louis. Omaha WHH
and Denver 8:31) &.XB. .
From Ocrd.n nnd lntermedl- , ! IBII
ato points 0:10 a.m. .IH
From ORden. Cach- Valloy, ..,. . H
and Intorm.diat. pomta.... 11:55 a.m. ''H
From Ogden, Chicnso, St.
Louis. Kamu Cltr. Oma- igH
na, Donvcr &nd San Fran InHHIIIIIIIIH
dneo 4:05 p.m. 'HB
From Ogdcn. Caah Valley, IHiKI
Bt. Anthony, Portland and . IIHHjiH
Ban Francisco 0:65 p.m. I9EHH
DEPART. V tfl
For Oirdcn, Omaha, CUlcngo. : iHHBM
Denver, Kantu City and HBV
Tor 0?dcn, Portland, St. An- IBSrI
thony, San Franclnco and HIHRll
Intermediate points 10:20 a.nu HSRn
For Ogdon. Omnhn, Chicago, IBsSKJt!
Denver, Kansas City, SU HBnai
Louli and San Francisco... 1:10 p.m, Hffi3B
For Ogdon. Cache Vnlley. filni
Denver, Kansas City. Oma- tHaHBfl
hn, St. Louie and Chicago. 0:45 p.m, IIH
For Ogdcn Cache Valley, HHH
Bntte, Helena, Pprtland. IHIHI
Ban Francisco and Intenne- HBIl
dlate points 11:45 p.m. HiHi
T. M- SCHUMACHER, Traffic Mar. H
D. B. BURLEY. O. P. & T. A. IHBl
D 6. SPENCER. A. O. J. & T. A, IRHflHI
City Ticket ofQce, 201 Main otreot. fKBSS
Telephone 0. HHh9
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table. rM mMi
Ban Pedro. Lob An- JKKil
felt & Salt Lako VOUV' HUHl
From Oregon Short Lln Depot, Salll" nHrijiSi
Lake City: HZbIH
for Provo, Lehl, Falrflold and i HiH
Nophi, M&ntl and points on bBHBI
Sanpete Valley Ry 70 a,ai BbbIbI
For Oarnold Beach, Tooolo, : HM
Stockton, Mammoth, Eureka Jj HBbhI
and BUvor City 8rOOium I Hk
For Provo, American Fork, BbBbHB
Lohl. Jaab, Mil ford, Frisco, HbM
Callentea and InUnnedlale bbbbbiHbI
polnta 6:05.p.m BLra
From Provo, American Fork. bbbbbbwI
Lcbl. Juab, Mllford, Frisco, BbbbbbKb
Callentea and intermediate Kmmm
points 9:35 cum HQ
tYom Provo. Lehl, Fairfield, HbbbHI
Mercar and Sonpoto Valley BbbbbbbM
Ry. points 5:35pja HHl
From Silver City. Mammoth, LbbbbbBhi
Eureka, Btcrckton, Tooele BbBbbWi
and Oarflcld Beaoh 5:35 p.m BbLbbUZ
Dally Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Ser-, BMl
klco between Salt Lako. Mil ford. Mod cm a IBM
and Callentea. BbbVsM
Direct stare connections for all mining BbbeSuI
districts In southern Utah and N-cvodo. Hbbbb!
City Ticket Offlco, 201 Main Stxeot; Bbbb!
Tolephone 250. bbbHbbbb!
fej. V7. GILLETT, J. I MOORB,
Gcn'L. Pass. Agt. Commercial At, iH
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LINE
TO ST. LOUIS.
Through car, Snlt Lake City to St. ''bbbbbbbbbi
Louis and Kansas City. Only one change Ibbbbbb
to New York, Buffalo and principal points. IbbbbbbH
Eist low ratc-i for summer travol. jH
Especial attention to ladles and chll- BM
Tourist sleepers through to Chicago, hbbbbbbbI
Boston and other points without change. mr IH
Two trains dally IH
Inquire at ticket office, 103 Dooly block, HIO
Salt Lake City. Any Information chcor- bbbbbV
fully clvcn. H C. TOWNSEND. iH
G. P, & T. A, Missouri Paclllc Ry., St. bbbbbbB
Louis, Mo. IbbbB
Id effeot rovember 23. l?03. LbhbI
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY. Hfl
No 10 For 2dn?ham, Hebcr, Lwbbbb!
Provo and Mary 3 vale S:00 o.mj HbbbbI
Ko. 163 For Park City S:1C n,mJ
No. 6 For Denver and East.... 8:20 a.m IH
No. C For Ogden and West 100 a,m, IH
No. 1 For Ogden and Webt...V.. 1:45 p.ra, H
No. 2 For Denver and East.... 3:15 p.m, HH
No. E For Provo and Eureka.. 5:00 p.m PbbbbI
No. For Ofldsn aa'd local pts. 6:05 p.m, ' IBbbbbbI
No. 4 For Denver and East S:05 p.nv ' BbbbbbbI
No. For Oedqn and Wtst 12:10 a.m H
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY. rbbbbK
Ko. 6 From Ogden and the East 8:10 cti Ibbbbb
Mo. 12 From Ocdcn nnd local pts 9:06 a.rrw H
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo.. 10:00 tu H
No. S From Denver and Enst. .10:40 sum, bbHH
No. 1 From Denver and East. .1:25 p. m, HHH
Ko. 2 From Oirden and the West 3C6 p.m, KSH
No. 101 From Park City 5:15 p.rq, Bb!K
Ko. 9 From Bingham, Heber, BbbbbbbI
Provo and Marysvalo 6.-00 p.m. jH
No. 4 From Ocden and the "West 7:65 p.ir
No. 3 From Denver and East... 11:59 p.m,
All trains except No. 1 to 6 stop at la
termedlate points. M
Ticket Offlco, Dooly Block. IK
'Phono 205. ftH
J, A, BEMTON..O, A,S Ps
A SIGN OF TIE TIMES ' I
3'TRHINS DHILY"3 . H
From Utah to
ETonaaa City and Chicago.
Also direct lino to Galveston, EJ
aao, City of Mexico and tho mining
camps of New Mexico and Arizona, bbbH
Ask mo about reduced rates east. LiV
0. P. WARREN, HH
General Agent, No. 411 Dooly Blocfe l
Salt Lake City. ( B
HOTEL KWUTSFORD. B
Now and elegant In all its appointments. BwilV1
J50 rooms, alnglo or en suite. 51 rooms wltte llfj'T
btu, G. S, aolmcs, Prgprlotat; TXv'