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Ira I News of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace and of Mill
Iiijil BIG DIVIDEND
J;f' i j TO COME IN JULY
jj j ' Splendid Achievement Made by the
'H " IT. S. Mining Company Mines
; , j ' j j r.nd Smelter.
' TERT HOLDEN, managing director
l .ft, if . of the United States Mining com-
"I jt JJ pnny, left for the TSasl during the
1(( A J afternoon of yesterday, and before
1 , his return will have participated In the
J 1 !,i ' posting of the dividend, which will al-
! ' .'fV low the sharehoidcra $200,000 with
1 .1 'LS which to pop their patriotism on the
, Fourth of July. The meeting ai which
i i K il the dividend will be posted is ached-
5 vh uled to take place In Boston on Satur-
I '.. - J day night,
i I , ' H7;j While Mr. Holden did not believe that
I i j'H he was personally justified In antlcl-
' 'I " paling the action of the board of his
j I, "; , official family, he at least made the
i i 1 . ) It acknowledgment that Superintendent
J ), Allen and his assistants at the prop-
I iJ- fj cities had made It possible for the
i V1 United States to post the dlildend. The
11 1 1 ; I Centennial Eureka has been for many
k, I I 1 years prominent among the dividend-
) i ' ' l payers. Its record chewing that there
j ' '; has been dlKtributed an.ong the share-
v ' I ' , tj holders approximately three mllliona of
dollars. The Bingham system of mines,
1 over which the company exercises con-
I i 1 ii iroj, ana wnicn consiliums un awi no
I ; ' I less valuable than the enduring Cen-
:f , i, tennlal, under former ownership was
J ,? U productive of dividends exceeding thos
It,' ' even of the Tintlc property. Both are
U I a now responding in a manner that Jus-
' ' 1 ; I tlilc-s the belief that the United States
, fl Mining company will be permitted to
1 ' I i , ',!' If continue dividends at regular Intervals
i ' I t flu lor ,H1 Indefinite period.
: ; I j! Its smelter is discharging its work up
Ji'lk to all requirements. It Is at present
, ii t frying1 the contents out of S50 tons of
i , !L ore dally and has not yet reached Its
i '' P maximum. The addition of lead blast
' ii,! furnaces and the revenues to be de-
V ! Ijl rived from custom smelting should en-
r T r. Jt able It to add largely to its present
L ) " J; j j earnings. The proposition has been
i ' !; V crystallized along the lines projected by
i i ', l' ; i Mr. Holden when he commended the
ih , ! j' purchase of the properties and their
1 ,j J equipment with the stately smelter to
,)! j: Its owners. He has demonstrated the
, j i same thing that Samuel Newhouse has
' 1 done In his exploitation of the Utah
I j Ii " Consolidated, and that ultimate results
V will be equally as profitable, certainly
'i j the mining people of Utah have no
J' , j j doubt whatever.
' j Long live Holden! Long live the
United States! And Blllee Coolldge!
Iji i4; RELINQUISHES BOND
f ON TINT1C GROUND
J p The- Eureka Reporter, telling of the
'A( ' week at Tlnllc, says: The Apex com
T' 1 Ii pany has given up its lease and bond
I y I! , on the three claims comprising the
. - Apex group on Godlva mountain. The
!l , !ii!i company was organized over five years
Vi ' '"I'ljt aK by local people to develop this
q' 1 ground under a lease and bond. The
, , d j; ;! U! bond was for $75,000 and the lease was
U)f i;; to run for six years. "We understand
' (i ' that no payment was made when the
1 :',n 1 papers were signed and that the owners
1 Mil i of the- ground have received nothing
; , j since that time, but the shareholders
j, ,.; j of the Apex Mining company have
1 , ,' j: I been working the ground almost con
; , tlnuously during the- last five years by
means of monthly assessments, and
S Il k' many thousands of dollars have been
T. ; I 1 j expended,
jfv 'I if i Thomas Weir was at the La Ciede
fi 1 1" ,? ;y j mine last Tuesday. Mr. Weir Is doing
v ', i'-'J i some prospecting at the present time,
f Mi p which should be productive of good
fcl, r I:: ; results; but aside from this there is
T ' ! i no change at the mine.
IB , ; ( The famous old Mammoth mine ap
,i( "It pears to be improving all the time.
, ' !H The new strike on the 1700-foot level
V' Yi la turning out much better than was
H! A ' li J1' expected when the ore was first opened
? Pv ' '!'f' up- ,J,nc Principal values arc in gold,
tf .ly . Il with a small percentage of copper and
I jjj X silver. About 105 men are now upon
Q 1 ,'!'(, the pay-roll, the number being In-
I' ')' 5 creased slightly from time to time. In
r ,t . addition to this there are in the neigh
u i i ' M p borhood of twenty-five leasers at
) l ' l( 1 work In various parts of the mine.
, I )1h The usual amount of work is going
S on at the Ajax at Mammoth. The
,1 ., I j! company Is doing considerable pros-
' ' I pectlng on the 1000, COO and 300-foot
I j in! , (I levels, the work, however, being ear
ly t 1 ii jj rlcd on entirely by contract. The
IV"' r l money which the company Is receiving
h Jl, ' . I as royalty nr. jvhh taken out by the
f ,v 4'J h leasers is paying tht expenses of the
1 .i8 prospecting whii-h is being done on
1 .It' these three levels. The management
f ij JJ' states that the mine Is showing up well
k ' , , 1 at the present time and that the con
?, . ' til tract system as well as the leasing of
tA L i1 i f certain portions of the mine is prov
m 1 ;r '"ff entirely satisfactory to the sharc-
" ij holders.
I ! NEW OIL FLOW
j j, Jj IN THE SOUTH
5 " t M Frank Hall returned yesterday from
J ' ";."! the State well, just out 'of Fillmore, And
'i! : he brings excellent news from that dis-
h ijl Ij trlct not only news, but a bottle of
ji perfect lubricating oil. He turned It
ji ' ,'j I over to Prof. Kingsbury, and the latter
t ,,H will, upon his return from Cedar City,
f ' ; ;! make an analysis of the substance,
h ' ' ' ' i ! Tho wel1 ls down so fcct wlth a ten-
l ii , , mch hole, and the operators are making
B- U' .jj ne progress. The equipment Is of the
I'lJ1 '1 " R very best quality and the State board
I- i il- 1 l Is much encouraged. It will, the suppo-
l ' t ,- i sltion Is, authorize the management to
(. ' J' , j R down 2000. feet. Local people are
f '(, 1,! I vitally interested In tho project, and
i i , ! ! only the bright side of It has appeared
iiHjjj 1 WEEK'S SETTLEMENTS
1 1 ON ORE AND BULLION
; 1 ! The producer of ores and bullion
; I . Ij! jjl during the week was pei-mltted to draw
L'1 i! ji down for them as much as $-109,700, this
j -1" ."jjlj !J aggregate compared with 5U2.500 for
. j !j the previous one. The settlements for
J I i ,! f the day were confined to 560,000, Mc-
lt L i !; Ii Cornlck & Co. reporting them as they
V ' j , JD follow: American bullion, $27,800; gold
. . I. I ifi, I" bullion, $18,000; gold, silver, lead and
if;', jjj copper ores, J23.200.
l.lVlj v In the metal market silver ruled at
, j ; p 55 cents an ounce, lead at $4.25 per
' 1 ' L r hundred pounds, and casting copper at
I; j1" , J 12ft centa a, pound
I NEVADA GAMP
Local Interests Obligate Themselves
to Pay Big- Money for Bright
THE visit of M. M. Johnson, field
manager for Samuel Newhouse, to
the new discoveries at Mountain
City. New, will probably culmi
nate In the purchase by Mr. Newhouse
and local associates of tho Greenback
and Kunz Boys group In that camp.
The examination of the mines and
sampling of the ores, said Mr. Johnson
on his return from the diggings yes
terday, was a very satisfactory one,
some of the assays showing as much as
1500 ounces of sliver with gtild values
that approximated the sensational,
while nothing Into which he looked but
afforded support to the original con
viction that the camp has foundation
for one of the most productive In the
State. In the acquisition of the Green
back Mr. Johnson and his associates
are required to dig up no less than
$150,000 in the acquisition of tho prop
erties and will under the options begin
active work at once. With the camp
Mr. Johnson ls most favorably Im
pressed, and that he has commended
conclusive evidence of Its merits. He
has no doubt of its ultimate productive
ncss. The Greenback ktoup has at the
depth of a few feet opened up ore that
justifies Mr. Johnson In recommending
an Investment of $100,000, while for the
Kunz group he and his associates will
pay $50,000. On each of the properties
the initial payment has been made, the
remainder to arrive as they mature.
The ledges In the new camp, said Mr.
Johnson, arc well defined, the condi
tions, including water and fuel, are
ideal, and with means with which to
prosecute development as it has been
projected there is no doubt of results.
It Is known that with Mr. Newhouse is
associated some of the most prominent
mining men In the city, and with his
patronage the camp's growth should
be progressive and permanent.
During the visit to It by Mr. John
son the new mill on the Nelson group
of mines was put Into commission on
ores of excellent quality and the results
should soon be moBt profitable to Pitts
burg Interests who have Invested there.
TO COME IN JULY
The management of the Sacramento
of Mercur will announce Its July divi
dend on June 20, said Treasurer Mc
Conaughy yesterday, the assurance
having come to the company that the
settlement on its recent lot of mer
cury forwarded to the East may be re
lied on before that time. Meantime the
management is producing another con
signment of mercury, while maintain
ing tho regular output of gold from
its cyanide plant, with the situation
generally a most satisfactory one.
NEW ENGLAND MILL
SENDING OUT PRODUCT
The Bulletin, in its digest of the week
at Bingham, says: From the New
England mill, which started up early In
May, two shipments of concentrates
have been made and another Is about
ready. The last lot to go contained 30
per cent lead, 13 ounces silver and $4.80
gold, and netted $24 per ton. The mill's
capacity la now to be Increased to be
tween fifty and sixty tons by the ad
dition of a Wllfiey. a jig and another
set of rolls. A larger crusher may also
be substituted. Manager AdklnPon
plans to soon order a compressor and
drills for opening up new ground In tho
Nast and Benton by cross-cutting,
drifting and raising from main tunnel.
Ore with contents of 5 per cent copper
and $20 gold Js now coming from the
copper vein cut by the main tunnel at
about 300 feet In, but on which pros
pecting begun only recently.
On the market this week were six
cars of Butler-Liberal ore three of
crude and three of concentrates that
will net the company about $7000. An
other lot of second-class, amounting to
several hundred tons, will be sent to
mill next month.
At the Bingham and New Haven a
much-needed ore bin is going up, 200
feet below the tunnel house, and will
be completed this week. A new bunk
house Is also under construction. Teams
are hauling another fine lot of ore
from the New Haven this week.
The Butler-Liberal long tunnel has
now been driven about 600 feet, and
proceeds of production in bank say
it will be completed at as early a date
Prof. Maynard, the celebrated mine
expert, with an associate, and accom
panied by Superintendent Ed Hoffman
of the Silver Shield, began an examina
tion of the Last Chance mines and
Mount Aetna group yesterday for the
Monarch Mines company, which has
the purchase of these properties In contemplation.
WEAKNESS THE RULE
ON STOCK EXCHANGE
The week on the mining exchange
closed with the sale of 83,042 shares of
stock, for which $41,240.43 was paid, the
day on the transfer of 13,860 shares
that brought $1113.25. While the mar
ket throughout the week was wofully
demoralized. It was no fault, perhaps,
of the Industry. The bread-moneys
poured without diminution whatever
into the cupboard, the shareholders,
during the period, drawing down $100,
000 from the Silver King, with the
Daly West posting $72,000 for distribu
tion on Wednesday next while Grand
Central will come forward on the same
day with $25,000. Then there were
others and. so far as the producers
were concerned, their record wb ex
posed to no reproach. Daly-Judge, In
the ultimate earnings of which much
confidence ls expressed, recorded some
gains, although at the eleventh hour It
relaxed and accommodated the custom
er with a limited amount at $4.10, while
Daly, on the same horizon, was marked
down to an offering at $2.B2&. Boston
Con. of Bingham, which ls sending to
the valley furnaces no lesR than 300
tons u day, with an Increase promised
In a short time, was offered at the
close down to $5.C2&. while the best to
be had for Homestake yesterday was
$1.10, although It is sola that it, jsUl -
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawford. Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great Northorn.
DENVER Brown Pnlnce.
KANSAS CITY Midland, Coatos.
LOS ANGELES The Angeluo, B.
Gardner. 205 Bprlnr Btreei.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astorln. Imperi
al, Afltor HoUBc,
OMAHA Tho Millard, The Paxton
PORTLAND, OR.-Portland Hotrl.
ST. LOUIS Planters', Southern.
BEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON Wlllnrd. Raleigh.
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A ntandlnff reward of Ten Dollars ($10.00)
is offered for the arreBt and conviction of
snyono caught stealing THE TRIBUNE.
pass around $20,000 on July 1. The pro
nounced exception to the week's rule
was the performance of Montana of
Tonopah, which moved up to $2.04 yes
terday In the bidding, this on the story'
of new disclosures In tho lower work
ings. The senior Tonopah moved up to
the price asked for It, If It did not de
velop a better bid. Tetro. which was
annexed to the dividend column during
the week and which will provide its
shareholders with $3000 to spend on
firecrackers July 4, maintained Its posi
tion around 346 cents, while Utah of
Deep Creek, which will hand out $1000
during the month, was permitted to go
at DO cents. While It Is claimed for
Con. Mercur that its condition physical
ly has greatly Improved, It was unable
to advance further than to 24 cents, or
to a basis of $240,000 for the lock, stock
and barrel, while the rulo generally
was one governing declines. The day
and week closed on the following mar
ket: Bid. Asked.
Ajax $ .10 $ .12
Boston Consolidated 6.03 e.Ga
Butler-Llbcral 134 13ft
Carlsa Wi .07
Century 71 .76
Consolidated Mercur 23 .24
Daly 2.32 2.C2Vi
Daly-Judge . 3.70 4. 25
Daly West 23.G0 23.S0
Dalton 0Hfc .....
Eagle Sc Blue Bell B2V
Grand Central 4.G7& 4. SO
Horn Silver 1.10 .. .
Ingot .. 00 .01
Little Chief 01 .02
Lower Mammoth 14 .19
La Rclne 06 .06
Montana Tonopah 2.04 2.12
Mammoth .. 70 ,00
May Day 02V .02
New York .044 .0314
Ontario 3. 75
Pctro .07 .05Vz
Richmond-Anaconda OO1 ....
Sunahine .. ' "... .01' .03
Swansea 20 -M
South Swansea 03 ....
Sacramento 13 .14V
Silver King 50.6" 53.50
Star Consolidated 11 .12
Silver Shield 03 .04
Tonopah 7 .CO 9. CO
Tetro W-tt .34
United States 19.75. 20. SO
Utah 40. .51
Victor Otti .02
Yankee Consolidated 33V4 .36
THE DAY'S SALES.
Consolidated Mcrour, 500 at 24c.
Daly Wc-et, 10 at $23.65,
May Day. 3100 at 2V4c: 2CO0 at 24c. seller
Star Consolidated, 500 at 12c.
Utah. 100 at Wc.
Uncle Sam Consolidated. ICO at 13(c.
Butlcr-Llberal. 500 at 13V4c seller thirty
La Rclne. 1000 at 6c
Shares sold. SS10.
Selling value, $718.75.
Daly-Judge. 50 at $4.10.
Little Chief. 1000 at lc.
May Day. 2CO0 at 2V'c; 1000 at Z&c: 100
New York, 600 at 4?Jc.
Tetro, 200 at 34c.
Sharca sold, 5050.
Selling value, $394.50.
Boston Market Better.
Special to The Trlbuno.
BOSTON. Mass., June 11 Trading In
the Boston market Is broadening. The up
ward movement "In American Telephone
and Boston Elevated 1$ creating a better
feeling on the local excirango, and a hard
ening tendency ls to be noted In tho gen
eral list. There seems to be an accumula
tion of buying orders, while selling orders
are fast disappearing. Today's market
was active and strong throughout Horn
blower & Weeks, brokers, 53 State street,
Boston, and 10 Wall street, New York,
furnish the following quotations;
Sales High. Low. Close.
Amalgamated 200 $43.75 $ $
Daly West 10 24.0)
Mercur 26 .24
(Utah ISO 35 CO
United States 20.00 19.87
San Francisco Mining- Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. Juno 11. The official
closing Quotations for mining stocks to
day were as follows:
Belcher $ .29 Justice 07
Best & Belch.... 1.23 Mexican 1.30
Bullion 13 Occidental Con.. .79
Caledonia 72 Ophlr 4.J5
Challenge Con... .15 Overman ., 23
Chollar .12 Poto8 12
Confldneco 95 Svago 18
Con. Cal & Vi.. 1.30 Sag Belcher 09
Con Imperial ... .01 Sierra Nevada... .41
Crown Point 17 Silver Hill 4G
Exchequer 43 Union Con 47
Gould & Cuirlo.. .23 Utah Con ........ .16
Hale fc. Norcross .C7 Yellow Jacket ... .25
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS,
Adam3 Con $ .20 Little Chief .... '03
Alice 20 Ontario 3.50
Brceco 20 Ophlr 3.B0
Bruns Con 14 Phoenix 10
Comstock Tun... .09 Potosl .11
Con Cal & Va... 1.25 Savage 20
Horn Silver 1.35 Sierra Nevada .. .35
Iron Silver 1.75 Small Hors 15
Leadvllle Con OS Standard 2.00
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventuro $1.00 Mohawk 39.75
Allouez 5.S5 Mont C fc I.... 4,60
Amalgam 49.C2V4 Old Domln 12.50
Amer Zinc 9.50 Osceola 6S.60
Atlantic 7.50 Parrot 25.$7U
Bingham 20.87 ..2S'.N ..4toash oash
Cal & Hccla Qulncy 84.00
448450.00 Shannon 5.75
Centennial ....14.25 Tamarack 93.00
Cop Range 42. 25 Trinity 3.75
Daly West ....23.50 U S Mining- ...19.87
Domln Coal ...55.60 U S Oil I.C2
Franklin 7.00 Utah 34.87
Grancy 3.25 Victoria .. . .3. 2.00
Isle Royalo ... 7 23 Winona 5.50
Mass. Mln 3,63 Wolvorln 72.00
I Michigan S.2S ,
THE COPPER OUTPUT
FOR THE WEEK
FROM the copper furnaces of the
valley there was forwarded dur
ing the week 797,501 pounds of
copper bullion, containing silver
nnd gold and of the value of $200,000 or
more. Compared with the record for
the previous week, there was an In
cipient shrinkage, this due to the fact
that the management of the Bingham
Con. smelter had occasion to blow out
one of 1U? furnaces while doctoring It.
Otherwise, the record at all the plants
was normal, the American's Murray
plant coming- forward with enough
from Its copper matte to swell tho to
tal to over 1,000,000 pounds of copper
bullion for the week. The record was
made up as follows, In pounds:
Bingham Con 242.2GG
Utah Con 303,909
United States 250,920
During the present week tho man
agement of the Utah Con. smelter will
put Its now equipment Into commis
sion, said Mr. Channlng yesterday,
while the neighboring plants promise
to show not a little increase, with the
roads out of the mines all favorable
RETURNS from samples sent In by
Superintendent Rives from the
new disclosures in the Ploche
Nevada company's ground out of
Ploche, New, certify to the presence of
G8.S per cent lead, 87 ounces silver and
$2.60 gold per ton. A telegram from the
same source during the day assures
the management that the entire bot
tom of the shaft ls In ore and that an
other consignment Is being prepared
for the market. The behavior of the
new development in the Talisman Is
Identical with that of the big bonanzas
that have antedated It at Ploche, and
In the success of the Messrs. Rives,
Robert W. Brady, Judge John W. Bur
ton and others, all mining men will re
joice. The discovery Is described by
those familiar with developments at
Ploche as the most Important that
has been made there In many years,
and that the ground Is owned by Salt
Lakers ls a source of additional congratulation.
HAS A NEW MOSES
Messages received In the city yester
day Indicate conclusively that the
Monarch Mines and Smelter corpora
tion Is out of all Its troubles and that
it will formally resume work on Its
various interests, extending from
Beaver county, Utah, to Ploche, Nev.,
early In July. It was said yesterday by
people who are conversant with what
Is taking place, that none other than
Samuel Newhouse had consented to
take the vice-presidency and general
management of the company. Prelim
inary to his consent Mr. Newhouse
made certain exactions of the promo
ters, which, It Is said, have been com
plied with. These exactions contem
plated sufficient money In the treasury
with which to exploit the plans of the
new company to what Is hoped will be
a profitable finish. That Mr. Newhouse
has Identified himself with the under
taking, every Interest In Beaver county
will rejoice, and the State of Utah, in
deed, might be Included. He has
demonstrated at Bingham what might
be made out of a low-grade property,
and he has shown what he ls willing
to do, In the reclamation of the Cactus,
which was for so many years permit
ted to remain Idle by Its Parlslau pos
sessors. Among mining men the opinion pre
vails that, with "Sam" Newhouse in
control, this group of properties will
begin Immediately to prosper, and will
eventually show results that will star
tle the Investors of the State.
AT PARK PROPERTY
The St. Louls-Ontarlo at Park City
started Its fires yesterday morning,
after a vacation. They arc 230 feet
down the shaft, and It Is the intention
to drop to a level of 1000 feet. When
the formation Justifies it, there will be
crosscuttlng- to the ledge.
Several members of the board of di
rectors will be here at an early date
from SL Louis, said Judge Sommor
yesterday, and after their visit to the
camp a meeting will be held In town
to discuss Its future.
Tonopah Stock Sales.
Thursday's transfers on the San
Francisco board wore recorded as they
follow. MacNamara, 8500 at 3550c,
5000 at 45i42c sellers, ten and thirty
days; Montana-Tonopah, 4100 at $2.05
2.07; Belmont. 300 at 67c; Midwav,
500 at 40c.
0GDEN AND RETURN $1.00
Via D. & B. GM Sunday, June 12.
Special train leaves Salt Lake at 10
a. m., returning leave Ogden 9:30 p. m.
Grand outing in Ogden Canyon. Trout
and chicken dinners at the Hermitage.
Refreshments served free on train.
TO PAY $30,000
FOR NEVADA MINE
Ed Mead, who was the first of the
Utah contingent to embrace opportu
nities held out to It by the new disclo
sures at Mountain City, Nev., came
back to town yesterday morning with
an option on the Argenta and Independ
ence locations, for which he has obli
gated himself to pay $30,000, and upon
which he hao already made- the initial
Mr. Mead, who was tho first to In
terest Salt Lake Investors in the new
diggings, iy he has nothing what
ever to retract from his original story.
While tho developments nrc- limited, as
they pertain to the new, the dlscJosureB
in the Nelson group at a depth of
COO feet upon the dip of the main icdge
decides the question of depth quite con
clusively. Already the camp ls being
haunted by representatives of thouo
who are llret in the chase for bonanzas,
and competition is quite acute. The re
sult Is that the price of ground has
advanced rapidly and il requires not
a small bank account to gratify what
the average man io seeking. The yam
plea of ore with which Mr. Mead re
turned verify all that was said by him
in his former statement. The rock dis
closes very high values In silver, and,
while- the auriferous contents are not
visible to the naked eye, the assayer
certifies to values that are almost sen
sational. Mr. Mead, perhaps, Is more
conversant with the geology of that
country and the occurrence of Its ores
than la any Inhabitant of this city. For
many years he was the resident rep
resentative of one of the most actlvo
companies at Tuscuroru, Nev., from
which camp the new discoveries are at
a distance of about forty miles. His
ni'rsnnnl nliKorvn llnnu Inrliifo him in
believe that Mountain City's claims will
respond as surprisingly to intelligent
exploration as have those that have
been prosecuted at Tonopah, Nov. In
his enthusiasm, indeed, Mr. Mead says
he believes there is a possibility of
making the ledges there even more pro
ductive. Certainly, assays reveal that
the ores are of a quality as good as
those now being shipped to the smelt
ers of Salt Lake valley, and that Salt
Lake talent has been the first to avail
itself of opportunities held there ls a
source of congratulation.
In his option on the Argenta and
Independence locations Mr. Mead has
been joined by H. S. Joseph nnd va
rious other local In esters. Energetic
work will begin at once on their
claims. A shaft will be dug as rapidly
ay possible, and there ls much to fore
toll successful results.
SILVER AS ASSOCIATED
WITH LEAD ORES
Silver Is the most Important sub
stance of a foreign nature occurring
in lead ores, although lead ores do not
always contain silver In an amount to
make the llver commercially valuable,
says the Mining and Sclentillc Press of
San Francisco. Silver has a favorable
effect on smelting operations, and most
other foreign substances are detrimen
tal to the process. Of these, zinc Is
the most Injurious and unwelcome, ns
It renders the ore more difficult to fuse,
and promotes the formation of slags
containing sulphur and more or less
of the precious metals. Arsenic and
antimony are very volatile, and in
most cases carry away precious m&tal
values In the fumes. In lead smelting
the presence of large percentages of
either Iron or copper sulphides Is un
desirable. In addition to these sub
stances there are various earthy min
erals present In the ore, such as silica,
calcium carbonate, magnesium carbo
nate, aluminous minerals, etc. The
presence or absence of these minerals
determines the fluxes that must be
added. The most commonly employed
are Hmeston, oxide Iron ores and
Tho management of the Lower Mam
moth of Tintlc had another lot of oro on
yesterday's market that ran quite well up
In silver, with some gold.
Frank Harris has returned from tho
East, where ho has been In connection
with a big Bingham deal, particulars of
which will be released In few days.
Loo Gllaon. tho woll-known mining man,
has returned from Callente, where he has
been conducting an examination of rain
ing properties. (
A. A. Hanks of California Is hero Inquir
ing Into local Interests.
The Johnny company of Statellnc has
called upon Its shareholders for $7500 with
which to discharge an indebtedness In
curred In tho equipment of the property.
William Baly, Jr., manager of tho Cop
per Belt railway at Bingham, has returned
John A. Klrby. superintendent of tho
Daly West of Park City. Is In town.
A carload of concentrates from the Ohio
Copper company of Bingham waa market
Another consignment of oro from tho
Uncle Sam of Tintlc was marketed yester
day. A carload of rich lead and silver ore
from tho Maxlleld of Big Cottonwood was
A carload of high-grade concentrates
from th2 Century mill In Park valley was
sold on yesterday's market.
Charles W. Whitley, manager of tho
American Smelting and Refining com
pany, has gone north to visit with tho
manugcr3 of the Montana plants.
C. A. Molson of the Exploration com
pany, London, has returned from Mexico.
George Gunn has gono west to Inquire
nto conditions at various mines now send
ing their ores to American furnaces.
Henry Jones has returned from Moun
tain Cty Nev. where he has been lnquh
lna: Into tho discoveries. iuir
V. O. Strlckler of New York Cltv la i
Salt Lako City, en routo to Th..n,.!n
Mountain, Idaho, where ho s InterWi
In mining properties, interested
Z? yZgf -AMERICAN
S1.00 to S3.00 '
When they travel, go one route, re
turning another, in order to see all
the country. You can do this on your
Eastern trip by asking for your tick
ets at least one way Colorado Midland
Costs no more. Through standard and
The W. D. S. M. of Maccabees at
Castllla Springs, Wednesday, Juno 15.
Fare, round trip, $1.25.
READY! ARE. YOU? o r- j ,
You will be when you read the big- ad. on g0 O"j0Cletj"
THE GREATEST CLEARING SALE WE'VE EVER HELD
Starts Monday at 0 o'clock.
F. HUERBfleH & BR.
COMING TO SALT LAKE TWO Bi
JUHE 13 "14 fiFF90fi
Excursions on all rnilroads. ONE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRn
REVOLlfrOMS AMDfiEAL f$f.l i
rP&WKW NOVELTIES , DECORATED vAWi
livSi WwTff FAVORS AND FULL OF HtMcft '
kT OF EVERY KND xxQ I
SO THE PEOPLE MKY KNOta ?
Hnvlno crontod tho grant nolo Shows nnd CIrouo Boaulllul, you nro oordlally Invllad to .
porformrinoo thnt hns a warm, triumphant hoart behind tho ooraoousnosi. Advarl!J,, -
ennnot toll It oil. Como to aoo tho ohow that apponla to mon nnd woman and IMb.'?' 9
children, nnd makao ovorybody tool happlor ond klndor nnd awooter In nplrU and in
nf Overwhelmingly Superb Spectacular HippooRolSiTiDliS'
a!? 375Vv w,m moot extravagantly oostly nnd beautifully pletur,.
S-V SIa tumos, representing Japan, Russlo, India, Asia, Enoland Hr-ifSW1'
lSZS TZl Sootlnnd and America. ; ' Vlp
a "e x s us" "A) - S (j ' m
LOOPS THE LOOP 'mMf - 3fc
Defying tho taws of gravitation, and Goorns to jftjafes,) 'titixfim'
rnaKo uoo of tho solid loop and tho porfeot bloyclo. wlrmf lSraLl
F1LLE. ARLINE, "THE GIRL IN RED" r rjS'
Introduolng Bon Hur and troupo of Salambo Doqb V v. JBB
In tho wonderful D'Marklo act. i X- K . "THfl
THEoST. LEON QUINTETTE ?k Jfi'h JB'i
Famous flvo favorites ol Franco Acrobatlquoa 'Vi J&t'Ti A 4KaB'
Extraordlnalro. Supremo oronlo featuro ol tho ago, wr o 4Lafl-
without a parallel In tho annals of circus history, ,J) 9Laaal
PRISKORf BROTHERS SL SoUa, J
CLASSIC UNICYCL1STS & CYCLISTS wjvB :
NO ONE DARES ATTEMPT TO IMITATE THEM graSgW"w noroii 1
HERiR L.TZEE'S FUFJSW DUTCH ELEPHANTS-
Exooutlng blzarro foots as amazing In their daring conooptlon no they ere unheard of In itM
porformanoo by tho world's hughost beasts, particularly featuring Mamma Mary and htrkib
Frieda. Absolutely tho only trained mother ond baby olophant In tho world performing tofltthS'
MLLE.VALLEDITAIuWWISS Mj& SUGIMOTO'S SCORE OF JAPANESE
Savago wild boasts - Hons, tlfloro, T'-y nTt?ua ,ClrU ma ,'
leopards, panthers-fight tor JF-A? '
Sureroccormdanbda.como FjE The BEN HUR HEflDOF
FAIRYLAND ffiS CHILDREN SSlS ARABIAN STALLIONS I
A hundred Shotlond ponies, n Jffrf nKm Twelvo In numbar, th bwn
monkey thoatro i of fifty mon- EfcGif i?Wf- tfvfc X marvels of the agi, Thitdil
keys, nnd boautllul birds, to- jgK E$S?LJ5a nos In this oountry.ect il
gethorwlth NwHl--rfa S7SMi Sw5 ,n 11,090 rontJy prweUi'Jy'
EMIMMV 01 RHIIIO ae(&U to Presldont Rooaavdl II
rUniU bLUWNo rjfegr a prodigious a66re6
A BIG BUHCH OF FOOLISH BEAUTIES pESgaannnsauj i AtytofcgjyPj Qp yjg flug rpj j
THE BARTBWE TRSO the great ellett family i
Neck breakers, fllp-flappors, twisters, upside- OF FLYINC AERIAL1STS BEYOND COMPMt I
a7.npgg Black Belle, the Smallest Horse EwrBml
A hundrod aotors, beautiful womon magnlllcontly costumad In silken tlahts, u IW'i'H
models and statuary j athletlo mon, tho porsonlllcatlon of brawn and musclo, projnt bs ill
entertalnmonta dally oa morvolous as tho human oyo and mind can concalve.
IN THE MEAGERSE INTERNATIONAL LEAPING CONTEST.
Your spoolol attontlon la callod to "King Ed- P"dlo'ou orlol and around dlipliyt, em4ilt,!
ward," a genulno black-manod African lion, S'!lr:tii,il7ia
it,. I a i . . ... Qor and D4 1 ! t r ellstar pronrara or nw na mil t
tho largest and only ono of Its kind in thla ov.ii.. ond f..tur. y.?ihouahi of by oihai. ;
country. Royal Siberian tlgor, Royal Bengal ,-,r
tigress, leopards, panthors, kangaroos, llamas, WEDDING-CAKE WHIRLIGIG,
whlto Siberian oamolo, dromodarles, man- o( 73 pert.oiiy irainod hor. nd p.mrAj
Slaying apes, baboons, monkeyn, oto., oto. loglhor at the ooroaiand l on ptram il '!
FREE ! Monmt.Q at to o-cLooK D STREET PARADE;
Show rnin or shlno under perfectly waterproof tents, at !
mmm mm and Eiaum south sts.
I'fflPii iHiifii 1 i -idUAytmtt.m'fi
Going Pishing I
I Wednesday ? I
If you are, you'll want some of our Good Fishing Tackle, I
I the kind all experienced anglers use. Plenty here, so every- jl
body can use the "good kind" this season. M
EVERYTHING IN SPORTING GOODS, I
The Sal! Lake Hardware Co. i j
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