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H , 10 Tjeee Salt Iaxe Tetbuxe: Sunday Moemg, March 13, 194. '
I MIME AND PROSPECT; FURNACE AND HiLL 1
OOES TO BINGHAM
Will Forward Throo Thousand Tons
Slontlily to Furnaces of tho
Upon tho Bingham domains of tho
"Fortuna Mining company, one of tho
most formidable of the crop of young
sters that were launched during the
week, active work will bo rcsumer at
once, the campolgn underground to fol
low the erection of bunk and boarding
houses, an assay office and other sur
face Improvements, while at the head
of the administration will be none other
than Ernest Bamberger, assistant
manager of tho Daly West, his super
intendent, James Dart, who has been
long prominent In the diggings of that
ramp. Of the productiveness of the
For tuna's possessions the fact that it
. , has obligated Itself to deliver 3000 tons
".of ore monthly to tho furnaces of the
Bingham Con. smelter affords the best
evidence, the ores, which were carefully
-sampled prior to the contract for their
reduction, presenting a characteristic
Bingham proposition, with copper pre
dominating, and the material running
well up in Iron, not to mention the gold
and silver controls. There are some
lead ores In the system of ledges by
which the territory Is traversed, said
,JJle management, but In the marketing
of these there will bo no haste, as com
petition for this class of rock Is prom
ised In short time. With the properties
around which tho company has wound
Its embrace and which constitute about
200 acres on tho great copper-bearing
one, tho Bingham miner has long been
familiar, the holding Including proper
i tics hitherto owned by Elmer Hill, Da
vrs & Mullet and John Schneider, to
gether with those of the Bamberger
r Exploration company, and that are
more popularly known as the Fortune
group, the latter equipped already with
jin efficient concentrator. Among the
sc-gregated acquisitions are the Enoch,
the Weasel, Anno Kampton, Superior,
Portland, Paris Stake &. Wanty, tho
Keystone, Freedom, Fortune, Blaine,
(Jalavarus, Contention and Winnebago.
On all these and some other the new
company has secured a lease and bond,
driving on the veins In the direction of
Bingham canyon to be the course of de
velopment. For the equipment of the
properties and the prosecution of de
velopment an ample fund has been pro
vided nnd In a few days a forco of
forty men will be organized, the cam
I THE WEEK'S OUTPUT
OF ORES AND METAL
"""In the ore and bullion, market tho
Week closed on settlements aggregating
$410,000, this compared with 5430.000 for
Hie previous one and tho shrinkage
agaln attributable to heavy snows that
have Interfered with transportation out
of nearly all the diggings, especially
those that yet entail a haul by wagon.
During the same period there was for
warded by the copper plants 728,217
pounds of copper bullion containing
gold and sliver nnd of a value exceed
- -Ing $200,000, while to perfect the copper
exhibit may be added to this 170,000
pounds of copper bullion, with a total
of nearly 900,000 pounds of this class of
'wealth for the week. From the copper
plants the product wa3 sent out as fol
United States 2I2.KW
Utah Con 202,710
Bingham Con .... '. 12,X5
The day's settlements In the open
market nmounted to 5G7.500, McCornick
& Co, reporting them as they follow:
American bullion, $30,000; gold, silver,
lead and copper ores, $37,600.
In the metal market sliver ruled at
57 cents an ounce, lead at $3.60 per
hundred pounds and casting copper at
1V cents a pound.
I DALY WEST GETS
A NEW ASSISTANT
Announcement was yesterday made
of the appointment of Jasper McCaskcll
as assistant superintendent of the Daly
West mines' at Park City, the gentle
man, who has been studying the situa
tion and getting his bearings during the
past week, to step into the saddle to
morrow, Mr. McCaskell has for some
tlmo been in charge of one of tho big
mines In tho Mexico system operated
by .tho Guggenheim Exploration com-
pnn and the management Is congrat
ulating Itself upon his acquisition.
I BINGHAM DEAL.
Group of Fourteen Claims Taken Hold
of by Clovelanders.
The Iowa and April Fool groups, con
sisting of fourteen locations adjoining
the Red Wing of Mnrkham hill at Bing
ham, have been acquired through Wil
liam H. Tlbbals of this city for Cleve
land Investors, systematic and assid
uous endeavor to place them among the
most productive of Bingham areas to
be Inaugurated the present week under
the direction of L. C. Snyder, who has
a thorough knowledge of the locality.
The examination of the groups in behalf
" of the purchasing crowd a wealthy one
was made by W. S. Hall of Montana,
and upon his findings the deal, which
will ultimately involve over $50,000, was
undertaken, the contract placed with
McCornick & Co. and final payment to
be made within the next twelve months.
In tho previous development of the ter
ritory the owners, consisting of P. A.
Anderson ct al have driven a tunnel
fin the fissure to Intersect the bedded
zone and at which Intersection the main
ore bodies are expected. This work
will bo continued.
Hj Tho Campaign at Ely,
m Alex. Balrd and Edward Mulcoy havo
taken a thirty days' contract from tho
Glroux Consolidated company at Pilot
Knob to sink tbo new double compart
Tnent Altn shaft as deep as they can In
that length of time. Tho company rur
mM nlahcs steam, timbers, etc., and pays off
thooo employed In addition to allowing
so much per foot to tho contractors. Tha
Mhaft la now down 2C0 feet, and tho con
tractors are forging ahead at the rate of
ono Bet per day, Bays tho Whlto Pino
News of Ely, Nov.
A correspondent of tho paper writing
from Cherry Creek says: "Harold Slcgoi
of Salt Lake City, one of tho owners of
tho Slegel mines at Slcgoi, arrived by
stago on Sunday and went on by private
convoyanco to look after Ids interests at
tho mines. JIo will return In about ten
'N0THER QUIET WEEK
IN THE STOCK PIT
The week on tho mining exchange closed
on the transfer of ltjKO shares of stock,
that J30.270.43 was required to dislodge, the
day on tho salo of 44,300 sares, for $5625.50.
Tho finish was a spirited ono and, under
normal conditions, .night havo been em
braced as a premonition of better days,
Grand Central was again among tho
sprlntora and, with a new strlko added to
a March dividend, moved up to $1 In the
trading, whilo Con. Morcur, with assur
ances that tho slimes plant la achieving
tho results for which It was designed, did
business at C2 cents, with Sacramento,
which has $200,000 worth of mercurial ores,
without reference to tho gold-boarlng rock,
as an asset, was passed over tho counter
to a bid of 21 cents. Daly West, on tho
other hand, which will distribute $117,000
among its shareholders on Tuesday, con
tinued to rccedo and, In contempt of all
that was logical, fiattencd out to $32.EO,
while Little Boll, adjoining, was cast Into
tho pit at $1 a share, notwithstanding tho
talent and oxperienco with which its cradlo
Is surrounded. Ingot also went to housc
clcanlng and for a few pennies relin
quished its hold on 23.&00 shares, while an
other wad of Martha Washington was shot
over tho counter as room was made In tho
stocking for something moro active, Wa
bash continued to fill orders at anv old
figure, whllo Llttlo Chief found Itself" back
at tho point from which It started a week
ago, as did Star Con., whoso shareholders
don't appear to be eagerly embracing tho
opportunity to equip It with a chlorlnatlon
plant. Although Lower Mammoth added
tho proceeds of ten moro cars of ore to
Its treasury during tho week, but S3 cents
was to bo had for It at tho close, whilo
Mammoth, which forwarded thirteen car
loads to bo disposed of on tho open mar
ket, was an offering at $1.15, and Bullion
Beck, with a record of eight carloads dur
ing the eamo period, at $2. While Montana
Tonopah Is reporting at tho furnaces with
a class of oro which la romlnlscent of tho
Comstock In its exciting days, tho best to
be had for it at tho finish was $1. while
Silver King was an offering at SCO, with
but J20.12V& to bo had for United States.
Although Ontario, with its now concentra
tor, is In better shape to add to tho con
tents of tho treasury than at any period
In several years, It was lifeless through
out tho week, as was Daly West, which
should behave hotter with tho opening up
of new ore bodies on Its Slazeppa ground,
rho Swaneeos were Inactive, and while
Yankco Con. did business at slightly ad
vanced figures. Its customers wore easily
satisfied. Tetro, which continues sending
out somo ore whilo opening up its ledgo
to the south, was firm and In steady de
mand around 23 cents, while "dividends"
from tho Utah of Fish Springs havo be
come so ficklo that the best to bo had for
It was 5S cents, the day closing on tho fol
. . Bid. Asked.
A -03& $
Black Bess ....... 01 .03
Butlcr-LIberal ; .lOtf ,io&
Century 73 .7s
Consolidated Mercur 61 .62Vj
gajy l.W 2.20
Daly-Judgo 4 4.C5 5.00
Daly West 32.00 S2.57&
Eagle & Blue Bell d
Galena , .... 07
Horn Sliver 1.00
"SOt om .01
Joe Bowcr3 O0i
Llttlo Bell 1.(0 2.66"
Little Chief 0214 .0374
Lower Mammoth 33' .42'
La Relne oc .04
Mammoth JG i.ig
Manhattan OO'A OO'i
May Dav OC ,og&
Martha Washington 00ft .00 3-16
Montana-Tonopah 1.00 1.27
New Tork .... 0Sr .09
SunshJno . 03
South Swansea 05
Sacramento 2074 niA
Silver King ' 6s".W
Star Consolidated WA .17
Silver Shield oi 03
Tetro 33 .33a
United States ,., 20.12W
Unclo Sam Con 19 .."
Ufa" GS ,C2 '
lcPr 02 .05
Wabash 004 .00T4
Yankee Con iGVi .4S
THE DAY'S SALES.
Con. Mercur, 100 at Glc; 100 at 02c
Daly We3U 65 at $32.75 : 35 at $32.50.
Grand Central, 250 at $4.
Ingot, 1G00 at lc; 1000 at l&c; 21,500 at
Little Bell. 500 at $L
Sacramento, 500 nt 21c.
Martha Washington, S500 at ic.
New York Bonanza, 200 at &c
Wabash, 1000 at 9;c.
Shares sold, 42,500.
Selling value, JS317.SS.
Con. Mercur. 100 at 62c.
Llttlo Bell. 200 at $1.05.
Martha Washington, 1000 at c,
Wabash, 200 at lc; 300 at ftc.
Shares sold, 1SC0.
Selling value, $277.62.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 12. The offi
cial closing quotations for mining stocks
today were as follows:
Andes $ .43 Mexican 1.S0
Belcher 22 Occl Con S3
Best & B 2.00 Ophlr 4.70
Caledonia 1.10 Overman . 21
Chal Con 36 PotosI .25
Chollar 16 Savajro 71
Confidence . ... 1.00 Seg Belcher ... .10
C C & Va 1.S0 Sierra Nov G2
Con Imp 02 Silver Hill 07
Crown Point .. .20 Union Con 66
Could & C 41 Utah Con 20
Halo & Nor 90 Yol Jacket 35
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con ....$ .20 Ontario 4.00
Alice IS Ophlr 4.G0
Brcccc 10 Phoenix OC
Com Tun 07 PotosI 23
C C & Va 1.70 Savage CS
Horn Silver .... 1.20 Sierra Nov 46
Iron Silver 2.00 Small Hopes 22
Leadvlllo Con .. .02 Standard 2.50
Llttlo Chief 06
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure ...$42.00 Mohawk . ... 35.00
Alloucz 3.D0 Old Dom 0.50
Amal 43.12 Osceola . .... 5.50
Atlantic 7.E0 Parrot 22.12
Bingham . ... 19.00 Qulncy 83.00
Cal & Hec.H45.00 Shannon 7.75
Centennial ... 16.75 Tamarack . .. 80.00
Copper R 39.75 Trinity 4.50
Daly West S3.25 U S Mining.. 20.12
Dom foal ... 53.25 U S Oil fl.62
Franklin . ... 7.10 Utah , 33.73
Graucy 325 Victoria. . ... 3.00
Islo Royalo .. 7.50 Winona G.50
Mass Min ... 3,62 Wolvcrlno . . 74.00
Michigan . .. 4.50
May Day. Jigs Resume,
Work was resumed on tho May Day
JIks this week, and hereafter thoy will
udd materially to tho revenue of the mine.
All four of tho Jigs will bo operated, one
shaft only being run for tho present, says
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
KOSTON Crawford. Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great Northern,
DENVER Brown Palace.
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coatea.
LOS ANOELES Tho Angelus. B. F.
Gardner. SOS Serine Street.
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotel.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Imp
rlnl. Astor House.
OMAHA-Tho Millard. Tho Paxton.
PORTLAND. OR. Portland HotcL
ST. LOUIS Planters', Southorn.
SEATTLE notol Northern.
WASHINGTON Wiltard. Raleigh.
a Tlntlc publication. So far as can bo
learned, thoro Is nothing now to report
from the mine. It Ib understood that tho
wlnzo from tho 300-foot lovol continues to
show oro of good value, and that It Is tho
intention of tho management to send tho
main shaft down CO or 100 feet to connect
with tho oro beforo stoplng begins. Tho
low-grado ores will be called upon,
through tho medium of tho Jigs, to pro
vide a revenue for this and other develop
THE PAST WEEK
IN TINTIC'S CAMPS
The Eureka Reporter liu Its Intelligent
review of tho week at Tlntlc says the
Godiva-SIoux Mining company Is now
pushing development work on Its ground
adjoining the Tetro and Godlva mines.
The tunnel on the Smuggler claim is
now In a distance of 250 feet andt will he
pushed forward a considerable distance
unless the north extension of the Godl
va mountain ore zone la tapped. The
property Is owned1 by B. N. C. Stott and
Manager J. C. Sullivan of tho Ray
mond mine went to Salt Lake Wednes
day afternoon to confer with some of
the other stockholders regarding future
development work. Mr. Sullivan states
that, the property will bo started) up
within the next few days. It will re
quire some llttlo time to free the mine of
water which' has accumulated) during
the temporary shutdown, but as soon as
this Is accomplished drifting will be re
sumed. It is quite likely that tho property of
tho St. Louis-Eureka Mining company
which was sold at Sheiiff'9 sale a few
months ago will form the basis of a new
corporation within the next month or so.
The time In which the ground can be
redeemed has not j-et expired and the
shareholders of the old company will
moat likely get together and by reorgan
ization raise the necessary fundH to pay
off the Indebtedness and arrange for a
resumption of development work.
The second consignment of dump oro
and tailings from the Bullion-Beck mine
and mill was sent to Helena, Mont., last
Sunday, where is will be treated in one
of the Peck concentrators. If the re
turns aro satisfactory it is thought that
Mr. Peck and associates will Imme
diately begin making the proposed
changes in the old Bullion-Beck mill at
this place in order that the dump ore
and also the tailings from the old plant
may be handled toy the new process.
BACK FROM GOLD FIELD.
Booze and Bunco Gomes Conspicuous
by Their Absence.
J. B. Thompson, who has been trap
ping for bonanzas at Goldfleld, Nev.,
and who succeeded in getting a slice
at least of the Vindicator, which was
recently acquired by Salt Lake talent,
came In from tho West yesterday, not
a little enthusiastic over the camp in
general and the possibilities of the Vin
dicator In particular. Never, In his
many years in the diggins, said Mr.
Thompson, has he seen a camp in which
was in so short a time gathered so much
hlgh-grado talent, nor lias he ever wit
nessed a boom in which the barroom and
gambling dens were less In evidence.
The population Is, manifestly, there for.
business, not to bo boozed up nor bun-'
A letter from A. W. Tlbbals, who re
cently accceptcd the management of the
Vindicator, announces his arrival on tho
ground, with which he Is most favorably
impressed, while a letter from Washing
ton, D. C, says the Vlndlcator-Gold-fleld
company's articles of Incorporation
havo reached the capital, and under the
laws of the Nation filed.
ANOTHER MINERS' STRIKE
IS ON AT CRIPPLE CREEK
CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo., March 12.
Three hundred nnd fifty union miners
working in tho Midget and Modoc mines
and on various leased properties went
on strlko today, having been called out
by the officers of tho Western Federa
tion of Miners.
The strike was ordered because of
shipments of oro to mills and. amelters
that have been declared "unfair" for
failure to grant an eight-hour day.
Boston Copper Market,
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOSTON, Mass., March 12. Thoro Is a
better feeling In tho local market, whero
copper shares chow a firm tone. Thero
was a good demand for theso stocks today
notwithstanding tho weakness in tho Now
York market. Tho metal shows a hard
ening tendency and will undoubtedly bo
reflected In tho prlco of the shares should
the Now York market tako on a bettor
tone. Price changes today wero generally
better, closing Irregular, but still dull.
Sales. High. Low. Close.
Amalgamated ...1323 $15.12 $44.75 $H.87Ui
Bingham -. 100 19.00
Mercur COO .65
Daly West 115 23.25
Utah 153 33.75 ST.62H 33.75
United States 20.37V? C0.12V4
SALT LAKE CITY'S NEW HOTEL,
Large, superb and Incomparable. Lo
cal and long-dlstanco telepbona In
Pembroke Sells It.
But has no solicitors on the street
'Phone us 758 for everything in ofilco
supplies, stationery, printing, binding.
Sign of the big yellow penclL
All $1.60 books at 75o to $1.0S. A. R.
Derge & Co
Entiro stock of books at 23 to 50 per
i cent oft, Tues. morn, A. R, Derge fit Co."
TONNAGE OF ORE
EXCEEDS ALL RECORDS
Enormous Lovy Now Being1 Mndo on
Diggings by the Smelter and
The smelter furnocc3 during the week
have been reducing over 3000 tons of
ore daily and while the supply from
Bingham has been reduced, with Alta
Isolated altogether, the stock In the bln3
has prevented any interruption what
ever. At American's Murray plant,
where employment Is provided over a
thousand persons the week, said Mana
ger Whitley, has been ono of the busi
est In Its career. Concerning tho pro
posed "copper plant" by which his fa
cilities are to be more than doubled, he
pleaded that there was positively noth
ing to indicate, conclusively, when dirt
will begin to fly on the foundation. The
executive committee is, perhaps, wait
ing on new contracts with new produ
cers to determine what its proportions
shall be. At the Utah Con. the man
agement Is putting through about 555
tons daily from Its Bingham properties,
while working on enlargements that
shall enable it to increase the volume to
about 800 tons, while the Bingham Con.
Is patting Its battery on the back and
reducing over 500 tons dally, with a
fourth furnace to go Into commission as
soon as the roads at the diggings shall
enable the producer to get back to the
At the United States smelter the cop
per furnaces are reducing nearly 800
tons dally, with work on the founda
tions for the lead blasts progressing as
scheduled, while at the Yampa smelter
in Bingham canyon, the management,
with a single furnace, Is treating 1C5
tons of ore dally, with work on the
enlargements to bo Inaugurated In a
While the furnaces arc reducing this
enormous volume of ore the various
mills are levying on the diggings for a
greater volume than at any period in
the history of the State. To thl3 cate
gory have been added the Utah Cop
per company's new plant at Bingham,
the Ohio In the same camp, the Honer
lno at Buhl or Stockton, with tho
Kearns-Keith and Ontario at Park
City. In sight is the stupendous plant
at the Cactus and that of the Columbus
Con. at Alta, and with these In opera
tion the record of production In 1304
will have begun to attain figures greater
than any In the Western country.
RICH ORES IN
SHEBA OF NEVADA
From George Wilson, superintendent
of the Shefba Gold and Silver Mining
company's properties in Humboldt
county, Nevada, came a letter yesterday
which certifies to the presence of a fis
sure four and a half feet between walls
through which the tunnel recently
forged on its way to the big ledge 200
feet distant, while of the quality of
the ore which has been encountered the
following assays certified to President
Bartch afford the best evidence:
New tunnel: Silver, 132.S ounces; lead,
S.C per cent; gold, $2.4S,
Face of new tunnel: Silver, 120.2
ounces; lead, 2.6 per cent; gold. $1.03.
Quartz fines: Silver, G7.4 ounces; lead,
2 per cent; gold, SI cents.
It Is upon tho fissure that, according
to the experience of the previous own
ers, Is likely to open into tho propor
tions of a bonanza at any period, that
tho management Is now running, while
the tunnel Is being advanced! as rapidly
Meanwhllo the mill Is producing a
class of concentrates that compare fa
vorably with the output of any In the
West assayB Just obtained from this
product showing as much as 230 ounces
silver, with over 20 per cent lead and
from $45 to $10 gold per ton. Of the lead
and Silver Superintendent Sherman of
tho Daly West mill at Park City re
ported a recovery of 94.3 per cent. In
deed ho succeeded In the recovery of
every atom of lead, 91. 8 per cent of the
silver and 97.4 per cent of the auriferous
President Bartch says that blocked
out In the mines that wore productive of
so much in former days are ores with
which to supply tho mill at Its maxi
mum for an Indefinite period, this rock
containing from 10 to 70 ounces silver,
In addition to the gold and lead. The
goal, however. Is the main ledge, 200 feet
distant from the fissure, and for this
the mangament is driving with all pos
E. A. Vail, who has just returned from
tho locality, bringing with him samples
of ore capable of almost any values,
saya that while the Sheba is at present
the brightest orb, the De Sota promises
equally a3 much with development
Initial Consignment Reaches the
Sampler During the Night
The first lot of concentrates from the
Honeiine's new mill at Stockton reached
the yards of the valley sampler last
night, this the beginning of another
cycle In the propogation of an enterprise
upon which eo much time nnd money
has been expended. Like all beginners,
the now plant at the Honerlne Is taking
gradually to Its work, said Manager
Snyder, and not until tho last of the
month does he expect It to attain the
tonnago for which it was designed.
Meanwhile the company has five car
loads of crude ore ready for the smelter,
with the output to bo Increased the
present week, when the Honerlne will
have become one of the most prominent
objects, In tho local market.
Another Bunch of Suits Against
Several moro suits have been filed by
local creditors ngalnst tho Majestic com
pany, and mora attachments and lions
havo been placed upon tho properties,
says tho Times of Mllford. Dr. W. W.
Cook, through his attorney, Gcorgo B.
Greenwood, nan filed a suit for $316. for
services as mine aurgcon and on assigned
nccounts, and an attachment was lovleu
on tho smelter.
Graco Bros, havo filed a mechanic's Hen
on the sinoltor for material furnished. Tho
amount Is $1500, and Judgo Andrew Howat
of SaltXako is their attorney.
Judgo Howat also appears as attornoy
for the Majestic company In a demurror
filed at Beaver In tho case of I, V. Saw
yer. Tho demurrer merely denies tho
nlnety-flvo causes of action.
Tho Cunnlngton company has secured
a Judgment against tho Majestlo for $200,
ond tho Hnrrlngton-Hlckory mine will bo
sold on March 30th to satisfy this Judg
ment. This salo will bo subject to tho
mechanic's lion filed on the snmo property
somo tlmo aco.
THE GOLD ROADS
MINE A BIG ONE
J. S. Guard, for Beveral years Identified
with tho Bingham Con-'s clerical depart
ment, lias returned after an absence of
several months on tho Pacific coast, and
will remain Indefinitely. At Los Angeles
ho mot Col. Ileffron, superintendent of tho
Gold Roads mlno and mill out of King
man, Ariz., not infrequently, and says of
that undertaking that It has dovelopcd
into ono of tho biggest and most produc
tlvo In tho southern country. Ho roport3
Messrs. D. I-L Peery and Clarence IC Mc
Cornick In their dlggin boots whon last
seon nt Los Angeles, with a group of
properties not distant from tho Gold
Roads as their destination. Mr. Guard
has returned In flno health and to a cor
dial reception from many Hources.
Tonopah Stock Solos.
. Transfers were recorded as they follow
on the San Francisco board on Thursday
last: Montana-Tonopah, 450 at $1.20; 200 at
$.20. seller ninety days; 100 at $1,224. buyer
thirty days; Paymaster, 500 at 11c, buyer
sixty days; 1000 at 11c. buyer ninety days;
MacNamara, SCO at 18c; Belmont, 2100 at
PCOo; 1000 at COc, soller ten days; 400 at
COc, buyer nlnoty days; United Tonopah,
300 at 11c; Rescue, C500 at 8c; Midway, 200
ITarvey Jones, secretary of tho Liberal,
has returned from its properties at Park
Tho day was without news from tho
Utah-Apex annual which was being held
at Salem, Moss.
President William Bayly of tho Copper
Belt railway left New York last night
with Zlon as his destination.
Manager IL S. Joseph will lcavo for
Tintlo to inquire into conditions at tho
Carlsa and others this morning.
Frank B. Cook has returned to town
after a visit to Nevada mining camps,
Including Goldlleld and Tonopah.
P. L. Williams. Jr., superintendent of
tho Utah Coh.'s Bingham mines, wa3
among tho arrivals from camp yesterday.
Thomas P. Rignoy left for Now Mexico
during tho week to conduct an examina
tion of mining property for Eastern
Capt. Stern and George H. Robinson
camo In from the Yampa smcltor at
Bingham again lost night much pleased
with Its behavior.
Tho shareholders of tho Silver Shield
of BIn0ham have- another week in which
to respond with a 3-cont assessment and
fool tho auctioneer.
The Mammoth disposed of three car
loads of oro on tho open market during
tho day from Its Tintlo mines, tho Amer
ican capturing tho bunch.
Active prospecting Is In progress on
Jesslo ground belonging to tho Honorino
West nt Stockton, this to bo followed by
active sinking of tho main shaft,
A correspondent writing from Cherry
Nov., says: "Samples of a pocket of gold
oro taken from the American Eaglo mlno
wero shown on tho street Monday worth
$10 a pound."
Charles H. Post, who has for several
years served tho Bingham Con. at tho
cashier's window, has returned to accept
a similar position with tho Copper Belt
railway of Bingham.
Last nlght'B reports from Bingham ln
dlcato that ores are again moving on all
divisions of the railway and that recent
Interruptions will have all been forgot
ten In the next few hours.
A dispatch received In town during tho
day by local representatives of tho Allls
Chalmers plants brings Information that
It has purchased tho Bullock Electrical
Manufacturing company's large estab
lishment In Cincinnati and at which ovor
100") persons aro employed. It Is under
stood that tho transaction Involved a
Specie Exports and Imports.
NEW YORK, March 12. Exports of spe
cie from Now York for tho week wero
$751,230 silver and $1,273,703 gold.
Imports of 8poclo at New York during
the week were $71,C21 gold and $3049 silver.
Jt$& 's r1"1' in Train- xy
W$fi$& trading. Values are Cjfl
WJ ascertainable almost
ttt instantly, Grain never becomes 5
shopworn or unsaleablo. Deal- $
inc in grain is a business that U
one can (jet into to-day and out jgg
.of to-morrow. a
Tho trado of the market and J
I'- the condition of tho crops aro S
the pulses by which the buying 2t
and selling of prain aro guided, m
Grain has a cash market value jjjjj
overy day in the year. A loss
can bo stopped or a gain made $3
at short notice. Tho dealer can SgB
quit the minuto he gots rich, mm
No matter what the business or j
how profitable, he cannot bo O
absolutely safe. Yet a man's
chances of making a loss InffjW
handling grain aro loss than in li
business for ho can soil out
y without delay and avoid a
Sj threatened loss. Our best clients fefl
3 aro conservative business mon, K?j
and tho constantly increasing pl
J3 number is pretty good proof that Pm
1$ our methods aro the best and Ml
j representations reliable gfl
i( Wo havo been dealing in grain M
S since 1892 longer in Tact than Mi
g any similar house in St Louis, Km
!or west of Chicago. Wo aro ftl
fully conversant with all tho jl
details of the commodities repro- jya
sented on tho exchanges and Eg
know their history f orycars back. fgS
We want you to bavo our Hj
booklet on speculative invest- Wi
ments, and our red booklet of rJ
statistics, both of which will bo
sent froo of charge, on request lffl
COMMISSION CO. 1
317 Pine Street, M
ilii 1 ' L iifiiiTiifci 1
j ..GARDNER SUNDAY STORE NEWS.. A M
The topcoat for boys is no longer 1 ,
j considered a luxury or .in extravagant 1 ! lJ
-fe It baa come to be looked upon aa an 1
' ( l'f'fwlw actual necessity. fll
If f mSI An essential to health and comfort.
f llif Mothers of boys everywhere agree
1 sa II ' 'Sf4 that it;'s tllG most sensible Sarment Afl
i t i nlilf ever crcateti.
1 I 'IS Ki Between seasons, when it is as dan-
f -rMf gerous to let the boy wear his heavy
I k I overcoat as it is to go without one. fl
I H Kg I The lightweight topcoat is the saf-
1 es protection. jH
I ll Gomes in light homespuns and
P M0& coverts, for boys from 5 to 1G years of
I age, G.OO to 15.00. jH
I J. P. GARDNER S8 ; I
I Orders By Mail Promptly Filled. I i
1 I VH
THE BATTLE OF LIFE, j I
The Dangerous Pitfalls and Snares Which Men Encounter j
From Early Manhood to Old Ae. ,
Consultation in Person or
by Letter Free.
Charges Very Low.
YOUNG irBN" between thwttsw of 13 jH
nnd 30 should jruard well aff&lnot tho
many pltfalla of chronic aXnicUon. It la jH
at this atago of llfo that tho poisonous IH
Bccda aro sown, which sprlntr up and bear
an abundant harvest of Disaster and Ruin
In after yoar.i. It Is tho lndlscrotlona of ,
youth excesses and abuses that till asy-
lums with thousands of young men, who, 1
at ono time, eavo promise of greatness.
Tho brightest minds weaken beforo ltr-
withering influence, and tho klndl!est EH
heart grows stolid and cold at Its touch.
Lot not your own eyes and Bonsos deceive
you. If you suffer from tho banoful of-
fects of anv ailment so common to young
men, consult Dr. Cook, who can, restoro
you to perfect, manly vigor.
WHEN a man passes from tho stag
known as Young Manhood to middle ago
his Ideas and ambitions are shaped forr
the future. It'ls here that his llfo reaches , H
Its highest point mid over afterward ita
courso Is downward. Mlddlo-aged ''men ' .
realize moro fully tho importance Jof a rj
perfect, healthy condition of thoWBtem. HH
Thero are many troubled with Coo fro- H
qucnt ovacuatlon of the bladdor, and of- H
ten accompanied by slight smarting or j H
burning sensations, and wcakoning or tho ' H
system in a manner tho patient cannot
account for. On oxamlnlng tho urinary
deposits a ropy sediment will ofton bo ll
found and sometimes particles of albumen VM
will appear, or tho color bo of a thin, mM
milky blue, and again chango to a dark, &H
turbid appearance. Many men of mlddlo nM
ago dlo of this difficulty. Ignorant of tha flH
cause. Make no mistake. It Is tho sec- :jfl
ond stago of organic weakness. Porsons 'lH
1 afflicted with this troublo should not de- lH
lay treatment. Dr. Cook guarantees to roetoro former natural vigor and to effeol
a speedy and pormanent euro of all these aflUctlons.
Perfection of tho physical syutom Is possible during this stage. A proper couroa
of treatment and attention will eradicate any impurities and lmporfeotlons from
46 to 60.
DURING this stage mon begin to fcol tho weight of ago. Disease become
more encrgotlc und afflictions of llttlo moment In former years now becomo lr- , IH
rltable and troublesome, and where treatment Is neglected often prove fatal. Tho IH
effects of former vices and excesses causo" an unnatural wcakoning of tho system. IH
and sexual functions, anu llfo grows tlrosomo nnd gloomy. Tho bones ncho, tha
nerves appear unstrung and thero 1b a general depressed feeling. Old men suffer-
ing from chronic affliction should consult Dr. Cook without delay. IH
All manner of special and private diseases treated with unfailing succoas.
Bladder troubles, piles, blood poison, hydrocclo, varicocele, lost vitality, stricture,
pimples, nervous debility, kidney complaints. All diseases treated by the most mod-
cm and successful methods. jl
Office Hours8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sunday, 10 to 12:30. I
116 Soulh Main, Salt Lake City.1 I
j At Barton's Store. I
i Specials for the Beginning 1 H
j of This Week I
Boys Suits, broken lines, sold regularly at $2.00 and 52.50. t j
Special at $1.45 H
f Boys' Suits, broken lines, sold regularly at 53.00 and 53.50. t nfl
i; Special at 4i.v5 H
I Boys' Suits, broken lines, sold regularly nt J-1.00 and 5-1.50. '
;j Special at $j,4rO
! Boys' Suits, broken Une3, sold regularly at 5.00 and J6.00. ft A- fM
J Special at 4X.y5 H
i Outfitters to Men and Boys. 45-47 Main St J
pSj MANHOOD RESTORED "cupidehe" I
aT Tvfcl hooJ, Inornol, IJn. In tfeo Buck. Seminal Eml..jm,. ,A,roBi Itabllrtv MWi
RJ aAjVA Jltnpl-, CaJln to ra.rrr, Lxhau.tln Urlm, Varicocele, nd P.Ai Kl
la.BtfiXTt, cUriDZXKHnoc E?loT..Jb9 rJU?on ?"CTor not eared b lootoA HI'
o cure rlibont an operation IffO tefUmonJaU A written rrjarantto glyen onl tnoooy returned If Yli He
GODBE-PITTa DSUQ DO Salt Lake City. Utalj. Afceut " fef