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Hh j TEDS flAIfl? IAjTE TRIBUTE; SUNDAY MOR2mSTQ JXHSTB 5. 1904. I
' j News of Mine, of Prospect, of Fnrnace and of ML j
13 TETRO IS ADDED
'l TO DIVIDEND LIST
1 1 First Distribution to Bo Mndo by
1 the Company "With July's
j ' Arrival. '
I I FTER twelve years of persevering
' , A endeavor the Tetro, of Tintlc 1ms
- : Q earned a. niche in the dividend col-
! umn, its first distribution to be
, u , , i
I ) holders will bo permitted to draw
I down a cent a share or $3000, the trnns-
I ' for books to close June 25. The long ln-
H terval between the posting- of the dlvl-
I dend and its distribution, said James A.
I? (( Pollock, the company's president and
' general manager, after the adjournment
Jf of the household by which it had been
decreed, Is that all entitled to partlcl
't pate In It shall have time In which to
,'" make any transfers that have been dc
J I ferred. Not only -has Tetro been ad
J ! mltted to a position among the bread
i ! winners, but that position is to be In-
K definitely occupied For this the mem-
I bers of Its household have prepared It.
i It has been provided with a surplus big
enough to grasp all ordinary contln-
! gencles, white with Its present rc-
j sources this surplus will be maintained,
! notwithstanding the exploratory work
' to, which all else in management of the
property shall be subordinated.
I Tt was a dozen years ago that Mr.
I 1 Pollock and his associates -who founded
' the Tetro Mining company told the
I 1 public that they would make a mine of
it. Since then the personnel in its of
ficial family has changed many times,
, v and of the original Mr. Pollock Is the
i ; only survivor. ,ln the addition of Tetro
I yesterday to the dividend column he
y ! has witnessed the fulfillment of his ex-
r pectatlons. all the while he has been
L I dipping into hl3 pocket for assessments,
I while the physical condition of the
i mine at this :Ime encourages the be-
' i lief that he will witness the fructlfl-
i cation of all of his hopes. As an ex-
. ample of perseverance the development
1 i of the Tetro Is without many parallels,
f nnd not ono but will rejoice with those
who shall share lu Its first distribution.
I ' 1 THE DALY WEST'S
V, The Daly West of Park City will pay
if Its regular dividend of 40 cents .a share
, t or $72,000 as usual on June 15, when
) the total will have .reached $3,003,500,
H witn the surplus- now a very satlsfac-
w " tory, one. In few hours the mills with
( -which the property Is equipped will
t have reached the normal tonnage
i again, while reports from the new
i I channel freely Justify the shareholder
. in rejylns on an extra tKtrlng ihe holl-
l , days.'
r The $100,000 dividend from the Sliver
King of the same great camp, which
J i was posted several day3 ago, will con-
, i slltute one of the events of the present
N ' week.
f FUTURE HOME OF
j 1 Correspondence between William H.
i TIbbals and those whose Influence shall
; j ultimately decide the permanent home
, , of the mining congress, has not been
j without encouragement, a letter from
t Col. Thoma3 Ewlng of Los Angeles rec-
, ognlzlng the advantage of Salt Lake,
V although Denver and Omaha are each
) ' making a fight for U. Mr. TIbbals
was designated by the Committee on
; Mining of the Commercial club to pre-
sent the claims of thlB municipality,
n ! The correspondence has been, as It ar-
i . rived, submitted to the committee and
tl' j as soon as the hour arrives In which to
' make the strike It will follow with all
'the energy of which the committee and
J I those co-operating wtfth it are capable.
I j Geographically, there can be no doubt
j of Salt Lake's ascendency in the strug
gle. It should certainly have the co-
' operation of the entire West, while
tt OmaHa and Denver can afford to bo
; generous. The prestige to be derived
l from such a distinction as the pcrman-
(. ent home of the mining congress would
Ijlf 1 bring Is worth an endeavor equal to
L ; any ever put forth by the Stale.
In THE UTAH CON.'S
j j LATEST CHANNEL
f( The new channel opened up on the
i GOO-foot level of the Utah Con. of Blng-
l ham continues to open up as deveiop-
I' ments are prosecuted. Having cros's-
! 'u cut It for about fifty feet the manage-
! ment has now drifted on its strike for
, 125 feet and with these demonstrations
lj the company may congratulate Itself
( I i that another fortune has been added to
'll ' its assets. That It goes down and that
. ( It continues to the roots above as have
j j t the neighboring channels there is no
tj , room whatever for speculation and the
I j i new channel should be made as pro-
i i ductlvc as those previously developed,
1 1' ' Manager Channlng Is much pleased
with its behavior. Meanwhile) every
thing 13 ready to respond to the levy
"I that an enlarged smelter shall impose
1 j upon it, while the bins at the plant are
. j now loaded to the guards.
H : , ORES AND BULLION
H FOR SEVEN DAYS
Hr j -In the ore and bullion market the
j week's settlements amounted to $412,-
, ' BOO, compared with $492,800 lor the
' ;,' j previous one, the holiday in which the
ft I tenements of the dead were decorated
Vl' In the diggings, as were they In the
cities, accounting for the shrinkage.
The day'a settlements amounted to
V ' $73,100, McCornlck & Co. reporting
them as they follow: American bul
I Hon, $32,500; gold bullion, $3G00; gold,
I silver, lead and copper ores, $37,000.'
I In the metal market silver ruled at
t 15 cents an ounce, lend at $3.50 per
hundred poundB, and casting copper at
"I'M cents a pound.
FLOWER OF DIGGIM'S
1 TO BE PRESENT
A letter from Irwin Mahon, secretary
of the American Mining congress, who
Is now preparing for the seventh an
nual session at Portland, Or.. Indicates
a largo attendance and a most Instruct
ive programme. lie has received a let
ter from President Roosevelt assuring
him that delegates shall be appointed
as desired, while Secretary Cortelyou
of Ihn IDpn.ivlment of Commerce and
Labor says he will exert himself to be
present. Similar assurances have
reached him from Secretary Wilson of
the Department of Agriculture, C. W.
Hayes, geologist In charge of the geo
logical work of the Interior Depart
ment, and many others of prominence,
while Melville E. Stone, goneral man
ager of the Associated Press, ussures
him that the session shall be ade
A letter from Charles Waleott, direct
or of the United States geological sur
vey. Informs him that he has appointed
three delegates to represent the de
partment at the congress, among them
Prof. S. F. Emmons nnd C. M. Hayes,
while at the request of the President
of the United Slates, he has recom
mended the names of three prominent
mining engineers ns delegates.
"During the past month," says Sec
retary Mahon In concluding his letter,
"I have sent out from this office be
tween 25.000 and 50,000 personal letters,
ofilclal calls and special Invitations.
Nearly all this matter was mailed dur
ing the past week. The correspondence
Is increasing dally and the outlook for
a most Interesting session was never
so promising. I have a letter from
Senor Don Ramon Corral, secretary of
the Interior Mexico, regretting that he
cannot accept the Invitation. Letters
from Senor Don Leandro Fernandes,
secretary of communications and pub
lic works. Mexico, and a letter from
Senor Don Jose Ives Llmantour, secre
tary of finance, stating that he has re
ferred our letter to Don Manuel Gon
zales Coslo. minister of public utilities,
for favorable consideration ns to the
appointment of delegates, have ulso
Everything indeed Indicates the larg
est and most distinguished gathering in
the history of the congress.
TO BE DEVELOPED
The Bulletin, reviewing the week at
Bingham, says: John Aylward enme
from the city Tuesday and has taken
supplies to the Sunset group, at the
head of Markham gulch, on which con
siderable .work Is to be done this sum
mer, and also the trail to the property
converted into a wagon road. For sev
eral years Ed O'Donnell and those In
terested with him flncludlng Aylward)
have been developing the group, which
gives good promise that some day It
will be a producer. It Includes the
ago 150 tons of ore were taken that
Ophlr claim, from which some ycara
yielded $31 to $12 In gold per ton, be
sides values In silver and lead.
The Davl3 & Gebhardt group, which
was bonded last week by E. G. Mellon
at a round figure, is on of the most
promising of Bingham's Idle properties,
and there Is little room for doubt that
a valuable mine will be developed with
in Its lines. It consists of a largo num
ber of claims, and lying as It does to
the southeast of the Highland Boy,
covers ground that has been In great
demand but which the owners would
not release except at their own figures.
Manager Livagnlno of the Butterfleld
mines Is actively continuing the de
velopment work which he began nearly
a" year ago. Soon aftir operations be
ganIn the Eagle Bird vein at Queen
tunnel level a large chamber of excel
lent shipping and milling ore was cut
Into, tbe product from which promises
to bo many thousands of tons. Nearly
SOOO tons are now on dump, from devel
The concentrator at the mouth of
Queen tunnel, now undergoing radical
changes, will be ready to start up In
July with a dally capacity of firty tons.
Three carloads of ore have been
shipped from Frisco, and teams are
still hauling with a considerable lot
ef 111 to come. It la good truck, and the
mine will be making regular consign
ments of the same quality from now on.
ARE NOW UNITED
According to advices from Philadel
phia last night, the consolidation of the
Jim Butler's holdings with those of the
Tonopah & Salt Lake company in the
marvellous Nevada camp has been ac
complished, the organization of the Jim
Butler Con. Mining company with two
million shares of the par value of $1
each perfected. Of the new company
JIrn Butler, the founder of Tonopah, la
president, while the Salt Lakfe company
Is represented on the board of directors
by Charles E. Knox and C. A. Higbee,
the latter the treasurer of the Senior
Tonopah Mining company. It Is under
stood that work will now be resumed
cn the properties In which much ore Is
exposed and shipments will begin as
soon as the railroad makes its appear
ance In camp. Consolidated the estates
compare most favorably with the neigh
boring pr6pertles, while the COO.OOO
shares retained In the treasury will be
made to provide the sinews for further
development and efficient equipment.
Quiet in Boston.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOSTON, Mass., June 4. As compared
with New York, the BOGton market Is as
active as Is the market there. Thcro Is
nothing doing, and until something hap
pens to start things again there will be
practically nothing to wrlto about Horn
hlower fc Weeks, brokers, 53 Stato street,
Boston, and 10 Wall streot. New York,
furnish the following quotatlona:
Sales. Hlrch. Low. Close.
Anialgamatcd .. 633 $49.M y,0.37A $13,37'
Bingham 20.75 20.C0 "
Dnly "West 125 21.00 23,75 21. CO
Mcrcur K0 .23
Utab 20 3I.C0 31.12& 3L23"
United States .. 220 J9.C0
Curb Boston, $5.12VfrS5.37it,
Tho wagemaker sectional filing cab
Inets,are tho latest and best. Pembroke
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawfora. Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium. Great Northorn,
DENVER Brown Palnco,
KANSAS CITY Midland, ContftS.
LOS ANGELES The Antrclua. B. F.
Gardner, 303 Spring Street.
MINNEAPOLIS Woft Hotel.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Imperi
al, Antor House.
OMAHA Tho Millard, Tho PaTton
PORTLAND, OR. Portlnnd IIOtcL
ST LOUIS-Plantcrn Southern.
SEATTLE ITotcl Northern,
WASHINGTON Wlllnrrt, Hnlolgh.
WEEK'S TRADING .
IN LOCAL PIT
While tho week's busincso on tho mi
ning exchange wa8 reduced to 02,907
shares' of stock for which $21,320 was
paid, those by whom the pit Is ruled
do not propose to be deprived of an
occupation by the tired Individual, who
Is agitating a, recess. Times arc dull,
trading light nnd commissions with
which offices are maintained are re
duced to a shadow, to be true, but to
declare for a recess would be like re
tiring under fire. Nor Is the present
condition of the market without a
precedent even more aggravating. The
rally is Inevitable. Of course the fa
vorites are down In the market but at
no period In the story of the Industry
have the diggings been productive of
so much metnl. with new records ap
pearing each month.
On Iii present market Daly West ia
paying the Investor 20 per cent, and
Sliver King 1C per cent, with each
maintaining a surplus commensurate
with Us splendid estate. On the mar
ket at which Its shares changed hands
yesterday Grand Central Is paying Its
shareholders 24 per cent annum, while
Century la presenting its llock with
34.5 per cent on shares that were towed
In at 72 cents during tho week. On the
figures bid for it at the close. Horn Sil
ver Is paying Its adherents nearly
17 per cent, with. Utah of Deep Creek
earning the Investor 22 per cent monthly
on a market at GO cents. On 31 cents,
at which llguro It changed hands yes
terday, Tetro, which announces its
maiden dividend for payment July 1, Is
affording nearly 40 per cent per an
num, while Utah Con. of Bingham, on
a $34 market, will present Its following
with over 10 per cent the present year.
These are some of the bargains In a
demoralized market, and to slam the
doors of the pit In the face of the In
vestor even for so much as a recess
would bo to do the Investor an injus
tice. While not so much can be said
of the youngsters or for some of the
old-timers that have temporarily with
drawn from the list of dividend-payers,
the average are earning more than Is
required to supply the needs of the pay
roll. The day's business In the pit, con
fined to a single session, showed the
sale of 10,250 shares of stock, for $1779.8S,
the week closing on the following mar
ket: Bid. Aflked.
AJax $ $ .13
Alice 2Sli .70
Boston Consolidated 6.00 5.75
Butler-Liberal 12 .13
Carlsa Oott .06a
Century 71Vi .72
Consolidated Mcrcur 22 ,23Vi
Daly 2.10 2.03
Daly-Judge 4.00 4.20 .
Daly West 2S.50 21.00
"Eagle & Blue Bell .55 .SO
Grand Central 4,75 4.S0
Horn Silver 1.20
Ingot (.... .03
Joe Bowers .... ,009i
Llttlo Chief 0iy4 .02
Lower Mammoth 18 .21
Mohlann-Tonopab. 1.70 1.S2&
May Day 0Q . .03
Martha Washington .00
New York i. .01 .03
Ontario 3.75 , 1.G0
Petro 0C .0S&
Sunshine . 01 .02
Swansea .. , 2fi .35
South Swansea 08
Sacramento 13 ,13'A
Star Consolidated .11 .12
Silver Shield .08fc .01
Tonopah 7,C0 S.C0
Tetro 3QV4 .rS2&
United Suites 19.50 20.W)
Uncle Sam Gon 1CU .1GM;
Utah 40 7
Wabash 02 .Ou'.i
Yankee Con 32 ,33't
Con. Mcrcur, GOO at 22ic; 50o at 23c.
Sacramento, 100 at 13&c; CO at lSUc: 500
at 13c; 1000 at lS'io,
Yankee Con,, 600 at 32c, seller fifteen
Shares sold, 4500.
Selling value, S7SG.25.
Butler-Liberal, 100 at 13c.
Grend Central, 0 at J4.S0.
Now York, COO at 4;c; 1000 at 45ic.
Tetro, 1000 at 30'iic; 1000 at 31c.
Uncle Sam Con. 100 at 16Kc
Victor, 20CO atj2o.
Shares sold. OiuO.
Selling value, $993.03.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FBANCISCO, June 4. Tho official
closing quotations for mining stocks to
day were aa follows:.
Andes ,15Mc.Ican $1.23
Belcher 2G Occidental Con. .79
B & B 1.25 Ophlr 4.70
Caledonia 7S Overman )
Chal Con 19 PotosI 18
Chollar IS Savage 27
Conlldenco 90 Scorpion n;
C C & Va 1.40 Seg Belchor 09
Con Imnorlal .. .01 Sierra Nov 3.1
Crown Point .. .10, Silver Hill .ic
Exchequer 40 Union Con -is
G & C 24 Utah Con 15
H & N 75 Yellow Jacket . .17
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con s...$ .27 Llttlo Chief .03
Alice 40 Ontario 3.75
Brecce 10 Ophlr .co
Brunfcwlck Con. .14 Phoenix 13
Comstock Tun . .09 PotOBl n
C C & Va i.StfSavnge
Horn Silver ... 1.35 Sierra Nev '30
Iron Silver 1.75 Small Hopes .. .in
Lcadvlllc Con ,. .02 Standard .... .. 2 00
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventuro 1.23 Mohawk ..$ 29.00
Allouez 5.23 Mont C & C. 3.50
Amalgam'd .. 49,23 Old Dom'n . 12.00
Amer Zinc ... 9.60 Osceola 5G.7G
Atlantic .. .. 7.75 Parrot 23 50
Bingham . .. 20.W Qulncy 80.00
Cal &-IIacla. 450.00 Shannon . .. fi r.-MA
Centennial 19.00 Tamarack ... SO.OO
Con Range . 41.00 Trinity 3 75
Daly West . 23.75 U S Mln'g .. 19.371A
Dom'n Coal . 69-00 II S Oil 9 CO
Franklin . .. 7.00 Utah 3400
Craccy .. 3.23 Victoria ., .. 2.23
Ielc Royalo . 7.50 Winona .. .. G.50
Mass Mln'g . 3. 50 Wolverine ... 70.00
Michigan . .. 33.75
The wagemaker sectional filing cab
inets aro the latest and best. Pembroko
1 oella them,
M BINGHAM GOU,
Returns to Town Aftor Attending
Meeting of Directors in Bos
WITll the proceeds of the recent
sale of bonds that added to Its
treasury $500,000 and the Eastern
Investor eager to embrace the
remainder In a corresponding amount,
the Bingham Con. of Tintlc has dis
charged all obligations that were ma
tured and Is now negotiating for the re
demption of debentures In tho sum of
$300,000 with which tho holders show no
disposition to part, said Hon. W. S.
McCornlck on his arrival from the East
yesterday morning. The statement pro
duced nt the company's meeting of di
rectors In Boston, said he, was a most
gratifying one not a little aritonlshlng.
Indeed and yet Its resources In several
localities have but begun to assert
themselves. Operations at tho com
pany's smelter In the valley have ex
ceeded every expectation nnd yet Its ca
pacity has not been attained; to devel
opments at the Dalton & Lark group at
Bingham the main ore bodies. In virgin
ground have begun to respond In most
satisfactory manner, while conditions
at the Eagle & Blue Bell under Bing
ham Con. management, are up to all ex
pectations. While the company Is earn
ing dividends and might begin their dis
tribution In 1901 that will come up tor
further deliberation, snid Mr. McCor
nlck. Concerning movements In behalf of
the Monarch Mines & Smelter corpora
tion, Mr. McCornlck said ho had been
assured by Mr. Cragln, with whom ho
dined at the Lawyers' club, that prog
ress was being made and the latter had
no doubt of his ultimate success. He
did not meet Mr. Lewis, the latter hav
ing been called to Chicago. He heard
nothing whatever of Majestlc's affairs.
Conditions In tho East have under
gone no material change, said Mr. Mc
Cornlck, and while much Interest Is
manifested In Utah It Ib but raro that
an Investment in the offerings of any
State Is recorded. He will be followed
In short time by his son Willis, who
was delayed In New York by business
A LARGE PARTY
HEADED FOR STATELINE
With tho water under control and the
management again ploughing Its way
Into the wealtb.-of 300-foot level of the
Johnny of Stateline, Messrs. Henry
Newell, Frank Judge, Frank M. Wilson
and W. J. Halloran left for camp again
last night to visit with the superintend
ent and his forces for several days. At
present ten stamps are dropping dally
on about twenty-seven tons of ore, from
which a line margin Is derived each
month. Dividends, In nil probability,
will begin to make their appearance the
present season. With the larger pump
now In position and the element which
has retarded developments under per
fect control, tho opening up of the low
er workings should now progress with
out Interruption and the Johnny af
forded' every opportunity to assert It
seJlf. Meanwhile consignments of gold
bullion are coming at rcgulnr intervals
with the management much pleased
with the condition throughout. '
Some Tlntic Notes.
The Eureka Reporter, commenting on
conditions at Tintlc, says: R. S. Rob
ertson, who was In from the property of
the Victoria Mining company in North
Tlntic this week, states that drifting Is
now being done to the southwest from
the shaft on the 150-foot level of the
upper workings. The property Is said
to be showing up splendidly and the
chances of translating It from a pros
pect to a mine were never better than
at this time.
About forty men aro now upon the
pay roll at the Uncle Sam mine. The
mine is employing a larger force now
than at any other time during the past
few years and then the mill Is also
furnishing employment for about ten
D. D. nnnks returned from Gold
Mountain last Wednesday evening,
where he went to attend a meeting of
the Signal Peak Mining company, of
which he Is president. Mr. Hanks Is
enthusiastic over the showing In the
company's territory and states that the
work of developing the ground will be
carried on Incessantly during the com
ing summer, enough treasury stock
having been placed to Insure the prompt
payment of all operating expenses.
A letter from Frisco during the day
says that Prof. Maynard has concluded
his examination of the Montreal grdup'
and Is now Inquiring Into tho resources
of neighboring ones In the Monarch
Messrs. Otto Stalmann and Joseph
Farren of the Glasgow & Western Ex
ploration company have gone to the
Kmelter nt Golconda, Nev., to try out
Reports from the Grand Central of
Tlntic during the day Indicate another
big development In a crosscut below the
Superintendent H. C. Bellinger of the
Yampa smelter has gone to Spoknnc,
Wash., to Inquire Into personal Interests
, Albert II. Hule, a prominent mining
engineer, who has been directing work
on properties at Grand Encampment,
Wyo., Is looking Into local methods for
the reduction of copper ores prior to his
departure for Arizona.
A letter from A. IT. Mayne, who re
cently acquired properties out of Soda
vllle. Nev., says he will begin the for
warding of ores In a few days. Ho has
an eight-foot ledge with some of its
contents showing as much as 12 per
cent copper, with $19.50 gold per ton. A
large circle of friends hope to see him
draw out a fortune.
Superintendent Brown of the Centen-nlal-Eureka
was among yesterday's
visitors from Tintlc.
John W. Langley will leave for his
ranch at St. Anthony today, after which
he will visit his mining Interests In Ne
vada. George Hansen, who was down from
Ogdcn during the day, reports much In
terest in rumorB that a smelter la to be
P. J. Donohuc left for the Ncbo Ml-
Tal:e nutmeg; one is not aa
good as another. Schilling's
Best, in nutmeg, is ground fine
from difficult nuts to grind be
cause full of oil ; the oil is their
virtue. There are dry nuts;
".hqre are wormy nuts. We are
no more careful in nutmegs
than all through.
Your grocer's; money back.
Tho output of copper at tho valley
furnaces during tho week maintained
tho usual volume, the total forwarded
from all sources amounting to l.OSO.'SSS
pounds, with this to be materially In
creased before another month shall
have expired. To that end the smelters
are all moving the consummation
hourly nearer. The Tribune has the as
suranco of Manager. Channlng cf the
Utah Con. that.thc enlargements at Its
smelter will positively go Into commis
sion by June 20, while the management
of tho United States Is gradually ap
proaching its maximum with Superin
tendent Nutting of the Bingham Con.
preparing to show a new record for
June. Tho output of tho Yampa smelt
er, at which the reduction of the Tintlc
Mining & pevelopment company'3 cop
per ores was resumed during tho week,
must add not a llttlo to the crop, while
the production at tho Ohio and Utah
Copper companies mills should disclose
a marked Increase. By the copper
plants there was forwarded to the re
fineries during the week 870,225 pounds,
United Stntcn 2C3.333
Utah Con 3CI.7I9
Bingham Con 242.1CS
Contained In the matte produced at
the American smelter 210,175 pounds of
copper, this raising the total to 1.0S0.435
nlng company's properties In Juab
county last night to measure up work
on the tunnel, which has now pene
trated the group for 125 feet, and with
which he expects to soon connect with
C. L. DIgnowIty is In Old Mexico,
making an examination of mining
properties, and reports a number of
good things down there ready to be em
braced. Two carloads of lead- ore from the
United States company's Bingham sys
tem reached the smelter yesterday.
Secretary Shorten of the mining ex
change will expert the Bingham bo
The Gonyon of Tintlc expects to Join
the shippers of that district In a few
Manager A E. Hyde, Jr., of the Annie
Laurie was up from that Gold Moun
tain bonanza yesterday. -
Wlllard F. Snyder left for Chicago
during the afternoon, accompanied by
Secretary EUlngwood of tho Western
Tho Sun Standard Typewriter.
Perfect work. Extreme speed. Heav
iest manifolding. Absolute elllciency.
Strong guarantee. Visible writing the
first word and last. Price $40. Why
throw away $60 by paying $100 for a
typewriter? Pembroke sells them.
7? y t&F' AMERrCAN
yC r .Q to S4.00
S1.00 to S3.00 L.L.
' To Castilla, June 5.
Ft. Douglas vs. American Fork.
Special train via Rio Grando leaves
Salt Lake 9 a. m. Returning, leaves
Castilla 9 p. m. Fare $1.25 for the round
trip. Everybody Invited.
Via D. & R. G., Sunday, June 5.
Fare $1.25 for the round trip. Leave
Salt Lake S a. m. Sulphur baths, hot
springs bathing, baseball and other
sports, good botel. Everybody Invited.
Special train leaves Salt Lake 9 a. m.
Returning, leaves Castilla 9 p. m,
To Ogden and Return.
Next Sunday, auspices of Order of
Washington. Round trip $1.00, via
Oregon Short Line Special train 10 a.
m., leave Ogden for return 7:30 p. m. '
cast their shadows before.
Hlgh-clacs plumbing work requires tho
oorvlces of skilled men.
That's tho kind wo employ, and tho
class of work we do.
If you aro thinking of Improving your
plumbing syHtcm In your home, by put
ting In new marblo wash bowlu, slnka,
Blabs, urinal bowls, etc., better get our
plumbing In all Its branches and years
of cxperlenco has made us past maMcra
In our trade. Our prices arc reasonable,
and our work In keeping with our es
tablished reputation. Let's do your work.
I. M. HIGLEY k CO..
Electric Wiring and Fixtures.
100 East First South. Telephone 753.
I WHY I
(You should let us do J
your dental work. !
' BECAT'SB wo guarantee our work. 0
i BECAUSK you know in advance
1 Just what your work will cost. Q
I BECAUSE we are graduates of the M
best Eastern collcnes. U
BECAUSE wo have the best 8
equipped offlco In tho Stato and every I
now method. H
BECAUSE we have Introduced East- N
era prlccfl and aro doing tho beBt of Q
work at less cost than tho old-timer.
Full set of teeth $5.00 I
I Gold crowns, 22-k 5.00 B
Gold fillings $1.W up I
Silver fillings COc up 3
Painless extraction guaranteed, a
Hours 8 to S. Lady attendant. Our i
reference your neighbor. ?
Boston Dental Parlors
- 12S MAIN STREET.
Sizes 5 to S 85c
Sizes S4 to 11 95c
SIzcb 1VA to 2 $1. 10
Patent and VIcI Kid Vamp. Hand
turn sole. Neat bow over instep.
238 and 240 Main St. 'Phone 695.
I: Tho Important thing In buying a P.
' truss Is that the right one bo se- m
; lectcd and that It bo rightful fitted, f.
. We can glvo superior service in E
, fitting of trusses because we havo "
I a large stock of the latest and beat S
L ones and make a' study of fitting l
1 them. Tho better service costs- t
i nothing extra. We havo trusses E
3 from $1.50 to $3.00. F
I DRUG COMPANY
j Cor. 2nd So. nnd State. Tel. 552.
! 'TIS TIME
j To Be Thinking About
i Don't wait till the last day to complete your outfit. Come )
j now before the rush and make your selection from' the largest t
I and bef5t selected stock you have ever seen in Salt Lake. '
I EVERYTHING IN SPORTING GOODS. j
j The Salt Lake Hardware Co.
i EVERYTHING J
The State Bank of Utah!' W
Corner Main and South Temnln u
Salt Lake City. P '1 ftj
JOSS7?I F. SMITH. President lt
WILLIAM B. PRESTON. Vlcolpre 1 R '
CHARLES a. BURTON. Cnnhlar nt' '
HENRI T. M'EWAN Aaat. Cashlr, g
GENERAL BANKING BTJSUjjgg i..
Accounts Solicited. Special attention . 'i i
cooT-.try trade. Correopondonee Inv)!l2 10 Jll
J. E. Cosprirr, Pres. E. W. Wilson Cavi it '
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH f" I
COMMERCIAL I I
NATIONAL BANK L
WELLS, FARGO & CO. BANK w
Salt Lako City. Utah. TLi
Eotabllehed 1S52. Jklgw
Tho Oldest and Strongest Dank In rjU1- iH M
Capital 1 M
Surplus fn,37Jto Kb
Undivided pronts j ,W) j
Transacts a general banking bualaeii !L
domestic and foreign. P v!e
Direct connections vrlth banks la .n
principal cltlcB of the 7orld. p& 1
Drafts, 1 Ou m ejrv
Letters of Credit. V promlntM
TcleKrnphlo Transfers, ) cltl
Doposita received subject to check. i v.
H. L. MILLER. Caahlcr.
H. P. CLARK. Am. Cahlir. -
ESTABLISHED 1M1. 150 OFTICRj 'LSt
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST. tj t3
RG. DUN & CO., fate
The Mercantile Agency. M
GEORGE RUBT, Goneral Matvicer, i.r
Utah, Idaho and WyoaldfMft-,
Offlcft In Progress bldg.. Salt Lako CtryBlrr
CAPITAL FULLY PAID, W.&vjTjfcvf-
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. Jfcftt
Established 1S33. Incorporeal S
Transact a Generxl Banking Business. PSTb
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT, fert
DESERET NATIONAL BANS, . ittl
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY. cijecH
Salt Lnlco City. Utah. Jfc&i
Capital, 500,000 Surplus, 8250,000 t
jj B. HILLS. MOSES THATCHER, '
President. VIce-PrMtdssi. iisz
l. B. YOUNG. E. S HILLS, (fcSxs'4
Cashier. Asst. Caahltf. elks'
Safe depoalt boxes for rent. Wtf
NATIONAL BANK OF Sgi
THE REPUBLIC j
U. S. DEPOSITARY. Jgtft
FRANK KNOX PmldrU "
JAMES A. MURRAY VIce-Prwlit:
W. F. ADAMS Caihl- rfil.ti
CAPITAL PAID IN. S3CO.0OX S5
Banking In all its branches traotickj,
Exchange- dra7ra on tho principal dtfci "
of Europe. i'
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS,,
jyrcCORNICE: & CO., ; jti
Bolt Lake City, Utal j
I "OBINE: 1 Sr ;
L "The Best of tho Good Ones." &cC
I THAT'S ALL. ' Jfcftu
J HEWLETT BEOS. CO.
fFhcBest Whiskey p
I Needs no Praise.
Old Cambridge Rye
J Old Crow Bourbon jfcis
t THE ZANO, -K
ft ROPER & MAYER, IB2Srt
pj t6-28 W. Second South St. JfKris
I Whooping p
j Cougfi j!
Hall's Cough Remedy Is a spccldc Wt$fc.
for lu Why let tho llttlo ones suf
y fer when thoy can bo relieved 20 Mtur
J easily? For sale by all drueslst8- Mtui 1
i At Wholesale by Nelden-Judson jffe
iJ Drug Co., Salt "Lake, Utah. K CLq
M Locfit! in Heart of tho BualneU IBkj"
fcj and Tneater Districts. HBt
I ...Hie... Moi-
I New WQsoiug
I EUROPEAN HOTEL. 'Kj!!
ft A. FRED WHY.
k SALT LAKE CITY. fBStS!?
W Rates. $1.00 to S3.00 rwr dT- iBr?3:
B Popular Priced Restaurant M 1 ..J
I 200 Rooms, With Telephone, H a
1 and Cold Running Water. BUW v?
U Prlvato Baths. pfM