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I ! 6 ; The Sait TiAKTi Tbibtote; TTepemsdat Mommra-j March 16, 1904:,
I f MINE AND PROSPECT; FURNACE AND MILL
I: ! A DAY'S PAYMENTS
i ON LOCAL DEALS
Honerino "We3t Chocks Out on Its Ac
I I qulsitions as Did the Ohio
i .Tho Paymaster for tho Ilonetino
West company yesterday dealt out tho
Bccond payment on tlic Monroe group of
mines at Stockton, this reducing the
I balance on the acquisition to about
two-fifths of tho sum Involved. The
group consists of four locations on tho
main zone at Stockton and Is traversed
by ledges Identical with those from
which the wealth of thoso diggings has
.oj.tb.erto come. Manager Richmond
says that the sinking of the main shaft
on tho Jessie claim, now being1 pros
I pected for tho likeliest collar at which
to begin, will commence In a few days,
tho undertaking to be equipped wllh
everything that shall facilitate the
work. To this end a sinking fund has
already been provided by the origina
tors of the splendid undertaking, which
begins with over 200 acres as an asset,
j and the work will be prosecuted wlth-
out Interruption until results that in-
I 6plred tho organization of tho company,
I shall have been achieved and Vost
j Honerino Is made to cqntrlbuto to the
world of wealth.
II 1 ' ASSAYS ON FIRST LOT
I OF HONERINE ORES
The first consignment of orb from the
I properties of the Honerlne Mining com
I j pony under the present regime was de
. i , llyored at the furnaces of the American
J 1 j Smelting and Refining company yester
j ( day, on controls showing as much as
I 65.7 per cent copper, 13 ounces sliver
j and 40 cents gold per ton, an average
that cannot but gratify the munage
I ment while enthusing the shareholder.
J Of the same class of rock the manage
ment has eight carloads now at the
sampler, with three more In transit,
1 while tho Initial lot of concentrates Is
' ' now waiting on the sampler. Of the
mill, Manager Snyder says It Is doing
1 its work most satisfactorily and that
tho tonnage Is being rapidly Increased.
A sounding yesterday of the "outside
, shaft," which was dropped down to a
i depth of 3C5 feet that an upper tunnel
! , . heading might be established, showed
j that the water had receded no less than
seventeen feet since the tunnel passed
1L Certainly this recession of the wa
ly ters means an early draining of the
1 zone Into which It Is again forging Its
way, and Is as gratifying as any one of
, the chapter of strikes that has char
acterized the reopening of the Honerino
I; ' YAKPA MATTE AGAIN
I j I ON THE OPEN MARKET
The management of the Yampa smelt-
er in Bingham canyon continues to
i 1 como to market with a most desirable
i ! product from that plant, lot seven hav
ing reached the valley furnaces yester
day, this consisting of two carloads.
! While the metallic contents of the
, matte aro not revealed, It was oxld that
the fine Iron excess in which Is con-
J tained the copper, gold and silver,
i makes It the more eagerly sought by
j the valley smelters. Meanwhile the
t management of the Yampa Is promised
' an Increased tonnage of ore by the Cop-
, per Belt railway, and Its output the
i present, month promises to show a most
i gratifying increase. Of physical condl-
tions underground it can be said that
1 i Superintendent Craig has them well In
I 1 1 hand and that ho Is prepared to re-
h spond with a tonnage equal to any
' ; coming out of the camp oe copper.
I t A PLEASANT DISTRIBUTION
I: FOR COLUMBIA INTERESTS
j' The former owners of the Columbia
I; group of mines at Bingham partook of
I another $50,000 spread yesterday, the ro
il mlttance which made It possible com
! lng from the Ohio Copper company by
j whom their holdings were some time
I ago acquired, and that are now being
i , mado to reimburse the new crowd. In
I deed, developments since the deal was
J consummated have demonstrated what
it Is possible to accomplish at Bingham
with an adequate fund with which to
rip open Its ledges and get into the
zone, whllo tho mill has shown how
i easy it is to derive commercial results
from tho second-class ores. The sea
son at the Ohio opens with many as
i surances of good big results, while the
i payment yesterday reduces the balance
on tho transaction to ?G7,000, while ln
j creasing the total already dealt out to
j the shareholders to $150,000.
III. B. Con. Payment.
' "While the $25,000 payment on the
! Highland Boy Con. mines at Bingham
1 by the Utah-Apex company of Massa
chusetts had not reached the vendors
at 'the close or bank yesterday, It Is
reasonably certain that It Is In transit
; ' nnd that it will bo placed to the credit
. i of the deal before the time limit Is
! -reached. Indeed, there is no danger of
' I the territory escaping, as it has proved
I up more than satisfactorily since the
'. purchasing company acquired posses-
' J slon and is ready to respond with rock
of good quality whenever the signal
cornea. Whllo no information concern
i lng the result of the shareholders' mect-
" . lng In the East has come. It Is the Im-
i, , presslon that tho factions have burled
I j' 'the hatchet.
i Ore and Bullion.
II In tho ore and bullion market tho day'3
settlements amounted to $70,300. McCor
I nick & Co. reporting thorn as they, fol-
, .low: American bullion, J39.200: gold, sll-
1 vcr, lead and copper orc3, 10,100.
I ' In tho moial market silver was again
i unruly and Bottled down to conts an
ounce, whllo lead remained stationary at
J3.60 per hundred pounds, and casting cop
pcr at 11 cents a pound.
Boston. Copper Market.
t L Special to The Tribune.
BOSTON, March 15. Tho copper shares
rworo In much better demand today and tho
tendency was to bid prices up whenover
there was an opportunity. In tho late
trading com:n lesion houses appeared as
buyers and prices ohowed a sharp ad
vance, which continued until tho closing,
this being at tho best prices of tho day.
Daly West was weak In the early trading
on tho oxccutlon of selling orders at the
market; a recovery followed.
Shares. High. Low. Close.
Amalgamated ....3GM J4C.75 WC.75
Bingham 320 19.62, 19.25 19.62V5
Dnly West 2131 31.S7& 25.50 30.75
United States ....SCflO 21.50 20.62& 21.25
Utah JM0 31.25 33.75 84.25
Curb Boston, $3.37fjG.60.
THE DAY ON 'CHANGE
WAS PR0V0KINGLY DULL
Tho day on tho mining exchange closed
with tho delivery of 21.C60 shares of stock,
for which 52143.60 was received, and with
the conditions generally unchanged. Yan
kco Con., on which the Indians had relied
for scalps, appeared to have spent Its
energies In tho first heat, In which It ad
vanced to 53 cents, tho shares receding
from that point and closing on a transfer
at 61?ic, while. Con. Mercur, that brought
C3o at tho morning session, executed an
order for 1100 at C2- during tho afternoon.
A bid of 530.C0. the bent to be had for
Dalv West, was contemptuously rojected
by tho leviathan of the Park, whose
shareholders wero Just then pocketing tho
March dlvldond, whllo Daly-Judge was
marked down to an offering at $1.10. with
Century recording a sale at 78c. Lower
Mammoth was qulto actively dealt In
around 37c and Llttlo Chief around I
cents, with La Rclno filling orders up to
oxAo and AJax at Cc. Grand Central, among
whoso shareholders 15,000 was being di
vided during tho day. was marked up to
M.iO, with $1 tho best to be had for On
tario, and S1.S5 for Daly. Butlpr-Libcral
did some business at 10c and Tetro at
33&c, whllo Wabash was freely released
around small fractions, tho day closing
on the following market:
I A. M. II P. M.
I Kid. IAskcd.ll Bid. ABked.
AJax 1$ $ -051411$ .01 $ .0551
Alice 10 10
Bulllon-B 1.75 2.00
Black Bess . .01s 01 .03
Butlor-Llb .. .10 .10 A0i .101
Carlsa 00 00 .07
Century 73 .79 .75
Con Mercur .Cl', .01 ,C2 .G3:
Daly 1.S5 2.50 1.E5 2.15
Daly-Judgo . 4-10 4 AO 4.00 4.40
Daly West .. 30.50 31.40 30.C0 31.50
Dalton 01 00?i
Emerald .. . .H 00&
Eaglo & B B .50 50 .55
Grand Con .. 8.S0 ........ 3.S7& 4.40
Horn Sliver 1-00 1.00 1.40
Ingot 00& .0H1
Joo Bowers WY .00.
Little Chief .03 .01 .03& .CO?!
L Mammoth .3S .40 .37 .30&
La Rclno ... .03 .06 .05 .00
Mammoth .. 1.00 1.00 1.15
Manhattan 3-1G .00?!
May Day ... .07 .0 .OKI
Mar Wash .. .00 .0014 3-1C
Mont-Ton ... 1.20 1.40 1.20 1.32
Now York .. .0S .10 .CO .OOVi
Ontario 5.25 4.00 C.2S
RIchmond-A .01 01 .02
Rocco-H GO GO
Sunshlno 01 01
S Swansea . .01 01 .10
Sacramento . .21 .21 .21 .21
Silver King G5.C0 65.00
Star Con ... .1C .17 .16 .17
Silver Shield .02 .03 .02 .03
Tetro .33 ,33 .32 .31
U S 20.25 20.50 23.50
Undo Sam 19 .20
Utah 55 .00 .55 .59
Victor 02 .05 .02
Wabash 00 .OOri .00
Yankco Con. .52 ,52 .51 .53
Consolidated Mercur, 10) at 61c, seller
sixty days. 100 at C3c.
Llttlo Chief, 2000 at 4c
Tetro. 500 at 3314c.
Yankeo Consolidated, 200 at 53c; 400 at
51 c; 1(0 at 52c.
Shares sold, 3400.
Selling value, $735.50.
AJax, 1600 at 6c.
Century, 100 at 78c.
Martha Washington, 4300 at JBc.
Ingot, 1005 at lc
Little Chief, 1000 at 4c.
Shares sold. 7900.
Selling value. ?20S.3o.
Lower Mammoth, 100 at 37c; 100 at 3Sc;
100 at 37Uc; 2C0 at 37c.
Butler-Liberal, 50 at 1014c
La. Relne. 1600 at Gc; 500 at 5Wc.
Llttlo Chief. 10CO at 3c.
Martha Washington, 3000 at c.
New York. 13(0 at 914c.
Wabash, 100 at c; 1200 at c; 1000 at He
Yankeo Con., 100 at 51c.
Shares sold, 10.250.
Soiling value, $517.50.
Con. Morcur, 1100 at 52c
Martha Washington, 1000 at o.
Wabash, 10(0 nt c.
Shares sold. 3100.
Selling value, $553.25.
NAST MILLING ORES TO
BE TREATED ON GROUND
The large volume of second-class ore In
tho old Nast group of mines at Bingham
Is to bo made a sourco of revenue the
present year, and to that end a battery
of Jigs Is now being Installed In Muddy
gulch, which promises a supply of water.
For this purposo a new building Is now
being hurried by Henry M. Adklnson,
manager for the New England company,
by which tho Nast group Is owned, and
with at least fifty tons of ore going
through the plant dally tho financial stat
us of tho enterprise will havo been ma
terially promottcd. Tho Nast group haa
long been looked upon as one of tho like
liest nt Blngharn, and in Its career ha3
been productlvo of not a little wealth.
FOR SOUTHERN DIGGINGS
Special to Tho Tribune.
CITY OF MEXICO, March 15. The
war with Russia will not Interfere with
tho Importation of the Japanese mine
laborers contraoted for some time ago
by the Japanese-Mexican Commercial
company of this city. Advices from
Japan to that effect have been received
here. The contracts call for 500 Japs
for the copper mines of the Rothschilds
In Lower California, and 200 for the
coal mines of the Mexican Coal and
Coke company In the State of Coahulla.
It Is believed, however, that tho war
will prevent the making of new con
tracts for Japanese workmen. It was
tho Intention of the Japanese-Mexican
company to Import several thousand
Japs during the present year.
To Besume Operations.
The management of the Fortune com
pany's Bingham possessions is prepar
ing for the Inauguration of work at an
early day, and under the direction of
Ernest Bamberger a forco will have
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawford, Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great Northern,
DENVER Brown Pnlnco.
KANSAS CITT Midland. Coatea.
LOS ANGELES Tho Ancelus, B. K.
Oardncr. SOS Spring Street.
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotel.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria. Impe
rial. Astor House.
OMAHA Tho Millard. The raxtoa.
PORTLAND. OR. Portland HoteL
ST. LOUIS Planters', Southern.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
Washington wniard. Raleigh.
been distributed among the old work
ings before tho expiration of March.
Just as soon as It is possible to rehabili
tate tho stopes the extraction of ore
will btf resumed and the output for
warded to tho furnaces of the Bingham
Con. smelter, at which It If contracted.
The Fortune, with present resources,
ought to attain considerable proml
nenco the present season.
TRUST GIVES UP
Tho "voting trust commltteo" with
which was doposltcd the shares of tho
Majestic Mining company on November
10th last and through which an ofTort was
mado to relievo tho financial nced3 of tho
undertaking, has como forth with an nd
drcss to the stockholders after thorough
investigation of all interests, in which It
"Tho committee was surprised to learn
the financial condition of tho corporation.
When the change in tho board of directors
was made, Us debts approximated $250,000,
of which sum about $100,000 was past due
end tho remainder will mature within a
"Upon Inquiry, tho lowest estlmato that
tho commltteo could procure as to the,
amount of monoy and length of tlmo ab
solutely necessary to pay off tho Indebted
ness and develop tho properties so that
tho smelter could be put and kopt In bloat,
was $300,000 and a year's time. Tho com
mittee did Its best lo secure this sum of
monoy through various parties, but with
out success, and It now desires to state
that It Is unablo to finance tho company
In its present condition upon advanta
geous terms as an Independent corpora
tion. "Tho stockholders who havo deposited
their stock must now decide whether they
deslro to dissolve tho voting trust com
mltteo and tako charge of tho property
themselves, or. the alternative, whether
they will authorize the committee to ac
cept an otter made to it by another cor
poration for tho transfer, sale or exchange
of the Majestic stock deposited with tho
committee for the stock of this new cor
poration. These two propositions will havo
to bo voted upon at a meeting of the de
positing stockholders, at which meeting
tho proposition last above referred to will
bo presented to tho depositing stockhold
ers in due form, giving all of the condi
tions and such other information as may
bo necessary to enlighten them so that
they can act Intelligently.
"The committee would like In this circu
lar letter to embody the terms of tho prop
osition for tho salo or exchange of the
Majestic stock deposited with It to an
other corporation, but at this time the de
tails havo not been arranged with suf
ficient posltlvencss to allow of such pro
ceeding. "However, inasmuch as tlmo Is most
essential, the commltteo decided not to
wait for the adjustment of all details, but
to lssuo a call for a meeting of tho de
positing stockholders. In tho belief that
before that tlmo all the terms of the
proposition will havo been definitely
agreed upon. In tho meantime, tho com
mittee, as soon as possible, will present
to each depositing stockholder tho pro
posed plan, together with an agreement
for him or her Individually to execute.
This Is done for tho convenience of thoso
who cannot personally attend, and bo
cause, on account of tho failure of tho '
voting trust agreement to so provide, de
positing stockholders cannot bo repre
sented at the meeting by proxy.
"We therefore glvo you notice that there
will bo a meeting of the stockholders who
havo deposited their stock with this com
mittee, on March 2S, 1901, at 11 o'clock In
tho morning, at tho otTIco of tho company,
No. 11 William street, in tho city of Now
Tho address concludes with tho signa
tures of A. G. Loomls, George E. Keith,
Howard C. Bradley, Harmon G. Howe.
James H. Knight and Charles F. Street.
The corporation referred to and In which
tho Majestic has been afforded an oppor
tunity to enter Is, of course, tho Monarch
Mining company recently organized.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 15. Tho of
clal closing quotations for mining stocks
todny wero as follows:
Andes $ .47 Mexican 2.00
Belcher 25 Occl Con SS
Be3t & B 2.15Dphlr 5.00
Caledonia 1.15 Overman 27
Chal Con 34 Polosl 27
Chollar 10 Savaco S3
Contldonco 1.05Seg Belcher io
C C Va 1.S5 Sierra Nov CC
Con Imp 02 Silver Hill 65
Crown Point 23 Union Con 85
Gould & C 4G,Utah Con 21
Hale & Nor 93 Ycl Jacket 35
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Allco $ .13 Ontario 4.00
Brecco 10 Ophlr -J.50
Com Tun 07 Phoenix W
C C & Ya 1.C5 Potosl 23
Horn Silver 1.16 Savage 70
Iron Silver 2.00 Sierra Nov 53
Leadvlllo Con .. .021 Small Hopes 22
Llttlo Chlof 00 Standard 2.00
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventuro . ..$2.00 Mohawk 35.00
Allouez 3.50 Mont C & C... 2.50
Amal 4C.62V6 Old Dom 9.50
Am Zinc 7.50 Osceola K.(0
Atlantic S.OO Parrot 21.75
Bingham 10.50 Qulncy SO.OO
Cal &. Hoc 445.0) Shannon 7,50
Centennial . ..1C.75 Tamaarck . ..90.00
Copper R 11.25 Trinity 4.50
Daly WC3t ....30.75 U S Mln 21.12&
Dom Coal .53.00 U S Oil S.C2&
Franklin 7.37' Utah 34.00
Grancy 3.25 Victoria 3.(0
laic Royalo .... 7.50 Winona 6.25
Mass Mln 3.50 Wolverine . ...71.00
SALT LAKE CITY'S NEW HOTEL,
Large, superb and incomparable. Lo
cal and long-distance telephone In
Pembroke Sells It.
But has no solicitors on the street.
'Phono us 758 for everything In ofilco
supplies, stationery, printing, binding.
Sign of the big yellow pencil.
Greatest book sale over held In the
West. Entire stock at 2S per cent to CO
per cent off. A. R. DERGB & CO.
. OF BINGHAM ORES
"Needs of Furnaces and Tables Again
Being Supplied by the Copper
Along the circuitous pathways of the
Copper Belt road at Bingham ores were
again moving from every connection
last night, and with tho clearing of the
skies and moderation of the weather at
camp comes assurance that interrup
tions are at an end. With a crew of over
forty men borrowed from the Boston
Con. the branch from that bonanza hna
been roballasted, with the output of the
mines to recover the normal tonnage
in a short time, while the Utah Copper
company to now being supplied with
200 tons daily, this volume to bo In
creased in a short time. From the
Columbia group ores are again being
forwarded to the Ohio Copper com
pany's mill with assurances that there
shall be no more Interruptions, while
como ore Is coming from the Commer
cial group to Bingham Con. furnaces.
Meanwhile the builders at Lima, O.,
are rushing work on the third locomo
tive for use on the line, while tho crip
pled machine which recently went
Into the Rio Grande's shops Is about
ready to get Into harness again, with
the No. 1 to make Ito escape, recon
structed and "good as new" from Sil
ver Bros, iron works. With these ma
chines on the tracks the manage
ment feels that every need will be sup
plied with dispatch, and while the re
cent Interruption has Inconvenienced
the customer, It will have soon been
President Bayly of tho railway, whope
liberal policy In the operation of the
line promises to render It of so much
service to the producers of the camp,
will arrive from the East this afternoon
to remain some time, and before his de
parture will have adjusted every need,
no matter how minute.
SIXTH FURNACE NEARLY
READY FOR THE FIRE
The furnaces at the United States
smelter, of which five are now In opera
tion, are making a new record for the
plant the present month, while to Im
prove upon present conditions the sixth
Is nearly ready for the flres, and should
go Into commission by the middle of
April. With the present battery, how
ever, Superintendent Hazleton is reduc
ing S00 toils of ore dally, with the out
put of bullion containing copper, gold
and silver, correspondingly Increased,
and the crop for March will disclose a
larger total than at any period, since the
plant went Into commission. Mean
while work on the I.ead furnaces Is pro
gressing steadily, while the volume Of
ore from the company's mines con
tinues to come as the management of
the smelter requires.
RUMORED CHANGE AT
FARfVllNGTON OIL BORE
Whllo the silent policy of the. man
agement makes It difficult of verifica
tion, a story of oll-bearlng sand and
shale In the GufTey & Galey bore at
Farmlngton was exploited with none
the less fervor by the talent which Is
relying on the oil and gas field for the
next boom. A messenger was dis
patched to the field by local Interests
during the afternoon, but It appears
that If he succeeded In procuring any
Information it was to bo esteemed
"confidential." While the depth of ths
bore has not been revealed by tho man
agement. It Is the opinion of the oracles
along "tho street" that It has passed
the 1500-foot station. Certainly It has
been in the "solid formation'" for some
time, and a chango Is expected on any
NEW CROP OF SNOW. '
Four Feet Added to the Visible Sup
ply nt Mines of Alta,
With the reopening of communica
tion by wire came news from Alta that
tho recent storm had added at least
four feet to the crop that had previous
ly fallen, and that for the time being
the road between camp and the valley
smelters has been closed. However,
ores are being forwarded under con
tract, and the reopening of the thor
oughfare by the haulers will begin as
soon as the prophet assures them that
the storm Is spent. One of the men
engaged on construction at the Colum
bus Con. who came down from camp
on Monday night says he was required
to make the trip on snowshoes. Mean
while operations under ground are pro
gressing with most gratifying results,
and the reopening of the road will be
characterized by the moving of ton
nages of unusual weight.
AT THE DALY WEST.
Nothing, Says ai? Offlcial, to Justify
tho Flattening Out.
After a dividend of 05 cents a share,
or $117,000, had been passed around yes
terday there was remaining in the
treasury of the company over $300,000,
and yet tho shares havo not been ns
weak as wero they on the eve of the
Quincy's absorption. The condition is
certainly without apparent cause, what
ever, said an ofilclal of the company,
and while not a member of its house
hold deplores the declines, It has, said
the gentleman, never been its policy to
boost. It was said yesterday by a local
broker who had been digesting the con
tents of abetter from the East, that the
weakness of the shares on that market
was due to reports that certain large
interests were about to unload. This,
however. Is an opinion. At tho mines
the normal tonnage of the first-class
nnd milling ores is coming to the sur
face, while of conditions underground,
it Is. said they have never been more
Jamos Long, Jr., Is up from Gold moun
tain, to which his faith has been so long
pinned- and la now arranslng for tho act
ive) dovelopmont of tho Masamoth-Breck-enrldgo
groups, In each of which gold
bearing ores of sensational quality navo
M. Sholl who has been In Arizona In tho
interest of Capt. J. R. Do La. Mar Is In tho
Krnost Bamberger, assistant manager of
thfc Daly West, left for that property at
Park City yoctorday morning.
Managor MacVIchlo of tho Bingham Con.
loft for the Eaglo & Blue Bell of Tintlc
to, lnqulro Into developments yesterday
Frank Shcpard, managor of the Denver
Bilglneerlng workn, Is in tho city, com
peting for contracts on tho Ncwhouso con
centrator. Owing to tho rivalry ever Cactus con
tracts the bids will not be opened for about
forty-eight hours, said Manager Bottles
Tho Utah of Deep Crook has another lot
of sliver and lead ore in transit, with
another S10G0 distribution to bo mado In a
R. W. Rodgers. superintendent of tho
Bingham Con.'s cluster of bonanzas, was
among tho visitors at tho local office dur
ing the day.
Tho buying of Utah has honn particularly
good, and It, Is about the strongest of tho
local coppers, says the Commercial Bul
letin of Bo.ston.
A sample of the orrs from tho recent
disclosures In tho Lucky Star at Loon
Creek, Ida., yesterday showed tho pres
enco of ?57 gold por ton.
Hon. Robert Lund has returned from tho
southern country and rcporta tho most
gratifying reports (ron tho new ledgo In
the Dixie group of mines.
Judgo Dcdcrlchs, superintendent of con
struction on the Nowhouso staff, left for
the southern camp last night to rush tho
work on tho main reservoir.
Andrew Maybcrry, superintendent of the
United States company's Bingham system
of mlnos, departs for camp again this
morning after an Illness of nearly two
President David Keith of the Silver King
was In Chicago on Sunday, on his way to
Los Angeles, where ho will remain until
May. He Is accompanied by Mrs. Keltli
and his son,
Georgo Z. Edwards, under whoso effi
cient supervlnlon the Con. Mercur mines
achieved their great record, has returned
from Is'ovada. after conducting an exami
nation of mining property for local Investors.
Four odors, thick deposits, painful uri
nation arc cured by Oregon Kidney Tea.
Eat Royal bread. It Is pure and
wholesome. Sold everywhere.
j A LEADING QUESTION I
finds no hesitant answer here. Tea; R
I wo pull teeth, fill tooth, supply ono
artificial tooth or a wholo set, as you
1 may require. Beauty of It Is: Wo
don't exact a large prlco for what wo
may do for you In tooth fixing. All )
things dental aro dono here at tho
low Eastern prices. j
! J2-s. Gold Crowns $5 CO !
i DrMgc Work, per tooth 5,00 ;
Gold Fillings $1.00
5 Silver Fillings - 50
i Painless Extracting 60 L
S THE HIGHEST CLASS OF DEN-B
j riSTRY AT THE LOWEST PRICES B
rS OUR MOTTO.
I Guarantee clvcn with all work. Lady
' attendant. Hours, S to S. Sunday, 10 f
1 to b
I BOSTON DENTAL PATtLORS, E
:: COMMERCIAL i
:: CENTER v
Great Southeast. F
f is best reached .. f
X by the F
I RAILWAY :
' I PENETRATES ELEVEN f I
Travelers irom tho West may 4-
ueo this line through St. Louis, 4
Mcmphls or Birmingham.
WM. FLANNELLT. T. P. A. X
Board of Trado Building. -- "
Kansas City, Mo.
M-H H H H M M H t M M M M
TIs the "Comfort Line "
ON THE POPULAR
THE EHST AND
AS WE ARE THE ORIGINATORS
OF FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CAR SERVICE BETWEEN 1
ST. LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE.
DON'T YOU THINK IT WOULD
PAT YOU, IN TRAVELING TO
' GET THE HENDERSON ROUTE
HABIT?" IT WILL US.
HSK US HBOUT IT
W. C. LINDSAY, General Agent.
F. G. CUNNINGHAM,
Trav. Pass. Agent.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
CIt's the Saltj
j Our Business I
Is selling the best of "Everjiihing in Hardware," and selling b
it as low as legitimate merchandising will permit. I
Our store has recently been enlarged and remodeled to g
serve the requirements of our patrons, in the most satisfactory M
i manner. M
So we are better prepared now than ever, to attend all gjj
your- Hardware wants. gjj
THE SALT LAKE I
42-44-46 WEST SECOND SOUTH.
ftysayFfrjre i i infill 'WW ia fa
j M '"J-7 HERE is an advantage in
S & leaving Denver on the Bur- t
lington's No. 2, at 10:35 p. m. It
j lands you in Chicago 7 :20 a. m., j
1 S lHiil jIlS il reac or business. You save the
'U' E 1 1 U' Si 0J y hotel bill; the man who arrived Esf
the night before does no'. j3
IS i (Ol S 9 3 n( serv'ce or the two- eh
IwfflflJ SwL night's-train to Ch?',ago is first- M
class in ever Respect diners,
and all that. Bra
The one-night train to Chicago leaves
Denver 4:15 p. m. It Is a bird. Two HM
good trains to Kansas City and St.
iPHolrKH Tickct 0fnce' 79 w Sscond South sta H
yHP F' 2ESI:EN' General Agent flj
gig TIME TABLE
"rom Ogdcn. ?ortls$' H
Dutto. Sar. Francisco, cm- H
ca5o St. LouIb. Omaha. H
ond Denver IH
rom Otfdcn and lntcrmcdl- mt
ate points P'1" WM
rom Ogdcn, Cacho Valloy,
and Intermediate points 11:55 rum. mm
rom Ojjden, ChlcaRO, St.
Louis. Kansas City, Oma- MM
ha. Denver and San Frnn- MM
clsco 4:05 p.m- MM
'rom Ofrdon. Cacho Valley. MM
St. Anthony, Portland and MM
San Francisco 6:55 p.m. MM
'or Ogdcn, Omaha, Chicago.
Denver. Kansas City and VMM
St. Louis 6:00 a.m. 'MM
"or Ogden. Portland. St. An- MM
thony. San Francisco and MM
Intermediate points 10:20 a.m. MUM
"or Ocdcn. Omaha, Chlcaco,
Denver. Kanwis City. St. MM
Louis and San Francisco.. 1:10 p.m. MM
ror Ogden, Cncho Valley, Muu
Denver, Kansas City. Oma- MM
ha, St. Louis and Chicago. 5:45 p.m. MM
or Otidcn, Cacho Valley. jH
Butte. Helena, Portland.
San Francisco and Intermti- MMf
dlato points 11:45 p.m. MMW
T. M. SCHLttLVCHER, Traffic Mgr. MM
D, E. RI'RLEY, G. P. & T. A. MWU
D. S. SPENCER, A. G. P. & T. A.
City Ticket office, :01 Main street.
TIME CK I
5an Pedro, Los An- VirTiXX MMt
gelcs & Salt Lako xlLL' MWM
R. R. Co. MM
7rom Oregon Short Line depot, Salt LoJta -M
'or Provo. Lo.hl, Fairfield and
Nephl. Mnntl and points on MMM
Sanpete Valley Ry 7:30 a.H2, Mmw.
For Garfield Beach. Tooele, MM
Stockton. Mammoth, Eureka, MMM
and Silver City 8K)0 a.m.
For Provo, American Fork,
Lchl. Juab, Mllford, Frisco.
Callontcs and Intermediate MMM
points Q5 p.m.
From Provo, American Fork, MmM
Lchl, Juab, Mllford, Frisco,
Callontcs and Intormcdlato MMM
points "0:35 a.m. M-M
From Provo. Lchl, Fairfield, MmM
Mercur and Sanpeto Valley
Ry. points m5:30 p.m. M-M
From Silver City, Mammoth. MU
Eureka, Stockton, Tooele and , MmM
and Garfield Beach '5:35 p.m. -M
Dally Pullman Buffet Slccplnpr Car Sor- JmWM
vlco between Salt Lako, Mllford, Mod en a. MMM
Direct stage connections for all mining
districts In southern Utah nnd Nevada, mMM
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Street.
E. W. GILLETT, J. L. MOORE.
Gon'l Pass. AgU Commercial Agt.
TO ST. LOUIS.
Through car, Salt Lako City to St. mM
Louis and Kansas City. Only ono changa lM
to New York, Buffalo and principal points IH
East low rates for summer travel. ; IH
Especial attention to ladles and ch"rt- IH
Tourist sleepers through to Chicago, mmm
Boston and other points without change.
Two trains dally. JmWM
lnqulro at tickct office, 103 Dooly block,
Salt Lako City. Any information chcor-
fully given. II. C. TOWNSEND, mMM
G. P. & T. A. Missouri Pacific Ry., St. MMM
In effect November 22, 10CC
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY.
No. 10 For Bingham. Hober, MmM
Provo and Marysvale S:CO a.m. MMWi
No. 102-For Park City 8:15 a.nT
No. C 1 or Denver nnd East S:20 n.mt mWMt
No. 5 For Ogden and West 10:50 a.nu, MWM
No. 1 For Ogden and West 1M5 p m
No. 2 For Denver and East 3:15 p m
No. 8 For Provo and Eureka.... G-.CO pm. MMM
0' Zor gCde and local pts.. 6:05 p.m. MMM
No. 4 For Denver and East, 8:05 p.m MMM
No. 3 For Ogdon and West 12:10 a.m.' mM
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY.
No. C From Ogden and the East S;10 a.m.
No. 12 From Ogden and local pts 0:03 a.m MWM
No. 7 From Eureka and' Provo.. 10:00 a.m"
f-rom Denver and East...l0M0 a.m MMM
No. 1 From Dcnvor and East... Ii35 nm MMM
0, 7Fom Pdn and West.... 3:05 p!in MmI
No. 101-From Park City 5;is
No. &-From Bingham, lleber. MMW
Provo and Marysvale ,, c-00 n m. MWl
No. 1-From Ogdon and tho Wost 7:55 n m MW
NJ',,37Fr,0m Denver nnd East... 11:50 p.m MM I
All train except Nos. 1 to 6 stop at In- MWl
tcrmedlatc points. n MM i
Ticket office, Dooly Block. Mm M
Phono 206. . J
I. A. BENTON. G. A. P. D. WM
A SIGN OF TBB TIMES li
Prom Utah to
Kansas City and Chicago. Kf
Also direct ilna to Galveston El Hcl
Paso, city of Mo3dco nnd tho mm
camps of New Mexico and Arizona.
Ask mo about reduced rates cifet. Elvj
C. F. WAHHEN, Hu3
General Agent, No. 411 Doolv Block. BM
Salt Lako City. -