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,,? ' it Mines and ProspectsPomaces and MHsj
I if South Colombus
'j , Wearing the Veil
' ! n """" Boro Is Now in. a TJlctanco of
1 Sir Hundred and Twenty
''ilff In tho Soutn Columbus of Alta Mona-
'. '' sfi scr Jacobaon expects soon to strike tho
' i tml Aoln to"vftVU' which li" driving tho bit;
i ' iml tunnol, which has now penetrated tho
;" ; ltB fountain to a distance of G20 feet,
j i ' lilSj Tho chnngo from a hard llmo formation
i m to softer ground greatly encourages a
! 1 'm belief In favorablo developments at al-
' mortt anv shift,
i xm Tills property has madaa long ami per-
1 I 'i'IbI Wcring campaign) and Its' backera hopo
J tnat tno da"' ' rcmuneratH'o production
j jgffl Is not far distant.
'? HUSH TO GOLDFIELD.
j. 'f j C. E. Hudson Speaks Well of 'the Ne-
j j&jj r vnda Gold Camp.
I I j r Constantly Jnareased activity nt Gold-
j , Jg flold Is tho icport brought back by C. E.
. ijj t Hudson, who has returned from a trip to
j tho famous Nevada camp. Every train,
' I j , ,jj J. be says. In swarming with prospectors, in-
'.',.,' j vestors and fortune-hunters who uro
j I J' l J flocking into this now Eldorado, and It
! V I Is Impossible to get lumber on the ground
; ; v f :"aat enough to build homes for half of
i i I tli nrgonautn.
i : j'i t Tho recent rich strikes aro Reported as
i l, I holding out to a dogroo exceeding consor-
, k Jj vatlvo expectations, and tlfe sampling of
,T Js newly-discovered ledges proves additional
I y sources of great wealth
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I' ' I i DRILLING ON. WEST SHORE.
I -t 1 I
Xjlj Kansas City Oil Company Is Down
. ' ij Nearly 1000 Feet.
Sf The Royal Oil company of Kansas City
jfcfj Is reported to have Its drill down POO feet
on the west shore of tho lake. It Is said
' that the Indications there arc fully as
I 1 favorablo as In tho Fnrmington Hold.
Oh J whore for nearly a year tho Guffcy-Galoy
j i , ?l J people havo been engaged
j Donnellan's Market Letter.
1 ! I Of the Tonopah stock market tho latest
I ' '. 1 weekly letter of Knnnoth Donnellan &
1 Jlv I Co,, says:
I ',, j As stated In our letter at the closo of
I ' N J business last week. Montana soared
'i . Ij nwy above tho 12 fnark after having
I liMi .bten (,own to S1.E0 some forty-eight
; hours before. As tho :lmo drew near for
I ' t?,kr( the annual meeting, a feeling of unccr
I l '. tnlnty prevailed. Tho wIbo operator
I . ; 'A4' shorted the stock, standing rcodv, how
IP , ever, at any moment to cover, should tho
I V if first sign of buying ordcrn from Insiders
H ' 'F . show themselves. Tho stock conUnued to
I 'T j decline, and when it again reached a
I , , l1 1 loInt at which only $U2& was bid wlth-
' ;lJ out bringing out tho buying orders (and
B tj f this was late in tho day preceding the
I i ' t! 7 day set for the meeting). It was then a
IL si foregone conclusion that no dividend
'i. would be paid. Stockholders then go t
I, j down off the expectant scat, resigned
I'' , 1 Ij thcmBelvcB to the situation, and centered
K-.,, , i i': their Interest In the president's report as
I I ''!'' to the condition of tho mine and any
I i-' changes which were liable to occur In tho
1 'ji'i'l personnel of the directorate and man
I . HiiiV agemcnt. We wish we might givo that
I rsCSj report herewith In all Its details, but wo
I vP, cannot, and respectfully refer our clients
jiSbii to the Tonopah nnd Si'lt Lake papers. Obi
I At space uormks us to state, however, that
J v there is at present over $3,000,000 worth
I J'i of ore awaiting treatment and this docs
I 'jj iot by any means Includo all that is In
n , sight. The campaign to be pursued the
f J coming year, as outlined In the report, la
i n very vigorous ono. Tho choosing of
K Donald IJ, Gillies as the future general
, .,, manager nnd superintendent Is a compll
1 ,l. mnt to the sagacity of the board of dl-
p reclors. and taken as a whole, the report
. ,, j Is a satisfactory one, and as stockholders
, i . wo can s-iy, it suits us. As soon as tho
.;? ; true status of the company nnd the mine
t 'i became public, the stock becamo llrm and
. , , showed an Immediate gain of 17 cents
a sb.e.rc. 1
j ' Tonopah common has enhanced in value
, ,!i li II a share In n little over a week's time.
1' U Regular .shipments are in vogue now, and
?i the stock will continue to enhance.
' 1 .it i, lonopah Extension Is still on the ripe
;;g McNamara Is full of llfo and partaking
: ! of wide tluctuatlons.
(1? Belmont still hovers around CO cents.
. Mi when It should be much higher.
Rescue is much tho same, the resuming
k . k of operations having been delavcd.
t Jumbo at Goldflokl Ih much stronger and
I w very much in demand.
, !: . We urge the purchase of Goldficld Ml.
i 1 p i nlpg at the prices now asked. When dne
looks at tho mine and its production, and
j,-, v then at the price of the stoek, It an.
he I pears little short of ridiculous,
' i Iff i Extcnhton Is dcser'cdly In de-
, ijl mand nnd should go to CO cents a share
A i'V ) , Many sales aro recorded In Adams. Mo-
,;!, L hnyk, Blue Bell, Black Ant. Hazel Kirk
" IS ) Columbia Mountain, Diamondfield, Ver-
u Ni' - Sandstorm, and In fact pretty much
et tho whole list, and we believe that pres-
out buyers will make lots of money bc-
i i:- (1 tween now and Christmas. Strikes of the
, X character of those which have been hor-
iJk I aided to the world tlio past few months
f : and which at first appeared bo wondor-
, i ful, are now tnkon as a matter of course;
!i and fire of almost dally occurrence li
( J i many different directions.
II fji Contracts for Mill Equipment.
1 ' M The Conllnentnl-Altn yestcrdav closed
- 1 V'l contracts with the Salt Lake Hardware
i r f fe1 company for tho equipment of IIk nnw mill
!!?) t ,n T1ner's Manager Crowlher will
J.! push tho work of installation with all no-
j 'lj f Hble speed and It will be but a short time
I !(Ji i beforo tho plant will begin hnmlllng ore.
IJ j . Card of Thanks,
t ' ill's ' Capt. W. G. Workman and family de-
i ' "i"' Hrt to thank, most heartily thplr many
I ?)tt friends and relatives for the acjlstance
1 II 3( nnd BJ'nmathy shown them, its -.veil as
' 1 "ll iot tlie many beautiful floral offerlngH
, , bestowed upon them in their late be-
1 j jtl renvement at the death of wife and
'.I, a niw.hfcr. YoUrs sincerely,
1 i ' : i W. G. WORKMAN.
IJ. . it, Rock Springs 'Peacock'" Coal; lump,
' r! hut, slack. Sold only by Central Coal &
1 " J , . h ("oko Company. Offices. 142 Main street
i 1) i! . i.jjj. 1 (lempornry); 'Phone, SIS; CG Wct 2nd
h ""Kit South. 'Phone S08. Yard 6th South and
l t! .' ! s,UWMi
I j j ', Try Council Liquor House forvwine
'' ' f ifl and 1,fiuor. Lowest prices and flrst-
I l I ,)! class goods. 10 E. 1st So. st. .
MM ' m C. BONETTL Propr.
I ) i j fl The ladles of the Aid society will
jt hold a rummage sale at the Phillips
' i j! Congregational church Saturday, Sept.
'"I 1 ' ' jj 24th.
l 'H V- Syt&&$?' American
I ' .'I .European J
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS,
BOSTON Crnwford, Parker
CHICAGO Auditorium. Great North
ern. I 'Mirror Houae.
DENVER Brown Palace.
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coatcs.
LOS ANGELES Tho Angelna. B. F.
Gardner. 305 Spring Street.
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotol.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria. Imperi
al. Astor House,
OMAHA Tho Millard. Tho Taxton. -
PORTLAND. OR. Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUIS-Plantcrn. Southern.
HAN FRANCISCO Palace.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
THE DAY ON 'CHANGE.
Only Low-Friccd Stocks Figured in
' tho Trading on. Call.
Thcro was not much doing on 'change
yesterday, the' totals allowing the trans
fer of 2-MOO shares, for which Hie In
vestor checked out only Jl.'JiOCO- All
of tho stocks that responded to bids were
In the low-priced class, May Day open
ing the morning's trading with G000 at
cents. Two lots of Silver Shield were
taken over at 1 cents, while cunts
was thoiest that could bo obtained for
1000 Little Chief. On th open board May
Day registered a gainsclllng SOW at 5V
! cenis and a point higher, while Victor
released an odd 000 nt 1 ccjils.
Tho advance In May Day continued In
the afternoon, 7C0 shares sclilmr at from
C to GJi cents. Carlsa was taken at
cents. Sacramento found a buyer for JiiOo.
at 13 and II cents, while Tetro was the
only trader of tho (pen board. 1500 going
at from 27 down to 1'GVi cents. Tho best
bid for Con. Mercur was 31. with 33Vj
cents asked, whllo Daly West was an
offcrinc at $1I.M, with the. bidder SI under
Tli call closed on the following quota
tions and 'sales as thoy. follow:
A. M. P. M.
Bid. Askcd. Bid. lAslcod.
AJax J ,10Vi$ u$ .tw'.al? .12
Alice j j .K5
Boston Con.. 6.00 .' i 05
B.-Bock r 1.70 1.70
Beck Tunnel .06Vi .12 i -0jV& .32
Butler-Lib 10 .(WU .10
Carlsa Wi .12 i Mk .10
Century .37 .10 ..'Jo .11
Con Mercur. .20 .33 i .HI I .Sali
Daly 2.22t 2.y7,i!l 2.2.1 I U.37V4
Daly-Jndgo . 4.35 1.50 I 4.:
Daly West .. 13.50 ll.;J7 I 14.00
E & B Bell.. .50 .SO I .50 .SO
Galena 02 u2 .10
Grand Ccn... 3.75 3.03 ,3.i5 4.00 1
Goldilcld Bon .01 .07 .01 .OC',4
Horn Silver.. 1.35 1.20
Jim Butler W
Joo Bowers ; 1.1C
Llttlo Chief.. .01V4 .01', .OPa .01
L Mammoth 17 17V6
Mont-Ton .. 1.01 2.04 l.!i2',s, 2.f0
Mammoth .. 1.42V4 1.C0 1.13 1.C0
May Day ... ,05Vi .0314 -0-W ,0G
Mar Wash . .C0U -OOi .00
Ontario . . 3.S714 4.E0 ' 3.S71.
New York .. .01 .01 .01 .02
S Swansea .03 I .17 .03 .07
Sacramento . .13 .14 Jl .11
Sliver King . 48. 00 53.00 C0.CO 53.00
Star Con 13i .1IV& .14 .111
Silver Shield .01 .04 .Oltf .05
Tonopnh Bel .57 .07 .47
Tonopah Ext .2Gi .27?4 .27 .2S
Tonopah Mid .30 .
U S I 10.S7 10.S7 i.
Undo Sam C 21 .22 .2l'i
Victoria 1.03 1.12 1.05 1.11
Victor (.. 01
Wabash 01 .10
Yankee Con. :33i .33 .33 .35
May Day. 5OC0 at 5?ic
Silver Shield, 2C00 at lc.
Llttlo Chief, 1000 at lc.
May Day. 1000 at 5c; 2000 at 5c.
Victor Con., 000 at lc.
Shares sold, 11,000.
Selling value, S555.SS.
AFTERNOON SAX.ES. '
Carlsa, COO at 0?ic
May Day, 1CKX) at Gc:'EOO0 at G4c; 1000
Sacramento, 500 nt 13c: S0O0 at lie.
Tetro. 500 at 27c; 500 at CtrJlc; 500 at 2Cc,
seller 30 days.
Shares sold. 12,500.
Selhiif; value, S13S4.C2.
Ore and Bullion Settlements'.
Ore and bullion settlements yesterday
amounted to SoO.COO. McCornlck & Co. re
porting them as follows: Silver, lead and
gold ores, $21,700; bullion, $2S,K.
In the metal market silver ruled nt 57V
cents per ounce; lead ,53.5054.20 per 100
pounds; casting copper, 12 cents per
San Francisc? Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 21. Tho of
ficial closing quotations for mining stocks
today were as follows:
Alta .05 Andes J .17
Belcher : 30 Justice CO
B & B 1.10 Mexican 1.00
Bullion 2G Occl Con 73
Caledonia GO Ophlr .... ' 2.23
Chal Con IS, Overman ID
Chollar 1G PotosI M
Confidence SI' Savage 20
C C & Va ..... l.io; Sag Belcher ... .12
Con Imp 01 Sierra Nov 30
Crown Pt 13' Silver Hill 42
Exchequer .. .. .50 Union Con 39
G & G 19 Utah Con 30
Halo & Nor 69 Yellow Jacket.. .21
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con ....S .20, Alice $ .43
Brceco ;13 Ontario 1 CO
Brunswick C ... .10' Ophlr 2.20
Cpmstock T 10 Phoenix 15
C C & Va 1.05 PotosI 00
Horn Silver .... 1.C3 Savage .2G
Iron Sllvor 1.75 Slorra Nov 23
Lcadvlllo Con... .02 Small Hopes.... .25
Llttlo Clef 03 Standard 2.00
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure ..$ 2.37 Allouez 11 60
Amal 67.76 Mon C & C. 6 00
Am 55lnc .... 11.87 Old Dom 15 00
Atlantic .. .. 12.50 Osceola ., ... 7750
Bingham .... 20.75 Parrot 5350
C 515.00 1 Qulncy m".0O
Centennial . 2G.60 Shannon .... 3.S7
Copper R ... 57.25 Tamarack ., llfim'"
Daly West . 13.75 Trinity 075
Dom Coal ... 67.60 U S Mining.. 20 00
Franklin .. . Ji.00 US 011k 11.60
Granby 3.00 Utah -in 00
Isle Royale . 18.25 Victoria .... 4 wa
Mass Min . 4.02 Winona .. if'so
Michigan .. . 6.25 1 Wolverine .. S7.00
Mohawk .. . 45.00 I
Quiet in Boston.
BOSTON. Mass. Sept. 21.-Tlic strength
displayed by the New York market did
not help the local list vory much. Early
prices were Inclined to bo Htrong on pro
fessional trading, but commission houses
were not factors in tho day's dealings
Commission houses do not appear with
very many buying orders, but their sell
ing orders arc Increasing, not a very bull
ish Indication, Hornblowor & Weeks
brokers, 53 State street, Boston, and 10
Wall street. New York, furnish the fol
lowing quotations: -
, Sales. High.. Low. Close.
Amalgd ..3,020 158.051 57.60 $57.S7
Bingham 27.00 26.00 .
Daly West .. 30 14. CO
Mercur , 30 53
Htflh 2,635 40.37 3oi37 46:25
U.S 1,I5 20.12 19.75 20.1
Curb Boston ?G.62.
Four Foot Velo
Black Mineral Found in Market
able Quantities Near
Special to The Tribune.
CALIENTE, Nov.; Sept. H. II. J. Cul
lon, owner of the "Black Flag' group
of silver-lead claims, forty-three mile?
west of Caliente. cams in today for pro
visions, lie has Juot cross-cut a four
foot vein of manganese and Is sending 1
samples to Salt Lake for asay. He will
commonco drifting north arid south on
the ledge on his return, and expects to
havo a carload of oro ready for nhlp
mcnt before October 1. The contact Is
lime, and so far tho deposits havo been
pockety, although Mr. Cullen feetq cer
tain that ho will open an ore body In
place at depth.
Work will bo commenced next week on
a twenty-four foot uody of gypsum on
the St. Louis claim, throo miles east of
Callento and one-half mile south of the
San Pedro trnck. The property is owned
by Fred A Foster and Will Lee, and sam
ples sent to Salt Iakc laHt week proved
to bo a fine Quality of gypsum with
some borax. Mr. Foster Is at on sent at
Bingham, but will renow work or. his
claims 011 Ills return to Caliente.
A twenty-eight fool body of gypsum
has been sunk on forty feet In an incline
shaft by J. Whalon on his Fourth of
July claim, four miles north of t'allente.
The ledge runs northwesterly and south
easterly, and la undoubtedly on the samo
ledge as that opened leeenlly by Foster
and l ee, on the St. L011I3 elilm, east of
Caliente. Mr. Whalon is also sinking nn
Incline shaft on his clnnlbar ledge In
John Buller and Pat Noll-, have just
struck and partly cross-cut a lig ledgo
of silver in bromide and manganese In
his Steptoc claim, west of Caliente. The
ledge at grass rootR Is sixteen feet wide,
with a twenty-eight Inch pay streak of
A lease and bond for $10,000 have just
been given by Charles Mulvoy to Blair &
Seaforth of Reno, on the Gypsy Queen
group of gold copper claims, eight In
number, twenty-six miles northwest of
Moapa. Six men will he put to work In
developing these cla;ms 'next week.
McKnlght and Folsom. locators cf the
Pine Nut mine on the Virginia tlver. have
struck a big body of rich free gold on
their clnlm at a depth of nlnMy-sIx feet,
nnd are now sinking in 3olid oro aver
aging 573.60 per ton.
Reports of strikes on Vlrglnln river
come In nearly every day, the latent be
ing on tho Lucky Boy, a 'second .outh
casterly extension of The Hidden Treas
ure. Finney and Bronson. the owners,
run a tunnel from near the river Into
the mountain on a Wringer two Inches
wide, showing sensational values In coatso
gold When in forty-eight feet toe vein
opened out to sixteen Inch's and the
honey-combed pink porphvrv was found
literally filled with froogold
Duke Marlon, leaser on the southerly
extension of The Hidden Treasure, Is
drifting twenty feet below the surfoeo
On a two-foot body of v0 coarse gold
ore and has sacked over twenty tons of
ore assaying SOG to the otn. He has also
sunk a thirty-foot, winze on nn ore shoot
showing richer ore than that already ex
tracted. Ills leased claim belongs to Tho
Hidden Trensuro group.
' ( Via Oregon Short Line. '
St Louis and return $42.60
Chicago and return 17.G0
Chicago and return via St. , Louis. . 47.50
St. Louis and return via Chicago.. 48. 75
Through Pullman sleepers via Union
Pacific and Wabash lines. v
Tickets on sale Tuesdays and Frldaya
each week. See agenty for particulars.
City Ticket Office 201 Main St.
Fall Opening. '
Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday.
The Paris Millinery Co.
Casualties Among Russian Officers.
ST. PETERSBURG Sept. 21. The of
ficial returns Issued up to date of tho
casualties among the Russian officers
at the battlo of Llao Yar.g show them
to be -JG5 killed or wounded. Including six
Generals nnd thirty-nine field officers.
Eighty officers were killed, 372 were
wounded and thirteen are missing.
Kansas Completes Testimony.
GARDEN CITY. Kan., Sept. 21. Kansas
completed the Introduction of testimony
in tho Arkansas river case here today.
Tho Colorado Bide of the controversy will
be taken up In Denver, October 17, ac
cording to an announcement made to
night by the Colorado altbrnoys. The
dissension between the States Is In re
gard to the right to use the water of
the Arkansas river for Irrigation purposes.
LOW RATES EAST.
'Via Denver & Rio Grande.
St. Louis and return 542.50
Chicago and return 547,50
Chicago and return via SL Louis. .517.C0
St, Louis and return via Chicago. .J48.75
Tickets on yale every Tuesday and
Friday Final limit sixty days. Transit
limit ten days In each direction. Stop
overs allowed. Through sleepers to St.
Louis without change. Choice of routes.
AUTUMN LEAF EXCURSION
To Ogden, Sunday, Sept. 25.
A delightful trip through-fruit-laden
orchards and the beautiful Ogden can
yon, which just at this time appears
at Its best. Special train leaves Salt
Lake 9-30 a. m. Returning, leaves Og
den 8:00 p. m. Bicycles checked free.
Everybody invited. First-class meals at
the Hermitage. Fare to Ogden and re
turn $1.00. Stage up the canyon 40 cents.
' Concord Grapes.
Fresh Eastern Concord grapes, 30c
per basket. 'Phono orders J. M. Butler,
grocer, 210 State.
Central Coal & Coke Company, sole
retailers Rock Springs "Peacock" coal;
lump, nut, slack. Ofllces, 142. Main
street (temporary), 'Phone SIS. GG
West 2nd South, 'Phone 80S. Yard, 5th
South and 3rd West.
. Fall Opening.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Tho Paris Millinery Co.
Young & Fowler have moved. Now
.located In the new basement at 32 Main
street, opposlto Z. C. M. I.
Public Long-Distance Telephones,
With eound-proot booths. TeleDhono
building. Stato street, city.
Goodsell Mine at American Fork
Contributes to the Exhibit.
Some fine samples of allvcr-lcad oro
from tho Goodsell mine of American Fork
canyon woro yesterday added to the min
eral display of tho Real Estate associa
tion. Tho oro runn as high as 7G per cent
and 230 ounces sllvor per ton.
While thin character of 'rock has not
yet been disclosed In largo quantities,
the management Is hopeful that with but
llttlo moro development tho amount will
Incrcaao until a shipment sufficiently
largo to afford funds for carrying on tho
work can bo made.
1 Mining Notes.
Lester E. Dillingham down from
Mackny, Ida., for a few days' visit in
Engineer 13. E. Vail left yesterday for
Nevada to survey claims at Battlo Moun
tain and Aufltln.
The' Uncle Sam Con. of Tlnllc will mar
ket three oars of concentrates today,
Messrs. Madsen and Cutler are prepar
ing to make shipments from their guano
deposits on the Islands of Great. Salt lake.
After a trip Into the Cocur d'Alcnes.
which ho finds quite Inactive. D. P. Rohl
ilng has returned to Salt Lake.
It Is reported that the forty-ton stamp
mill or the Estella of Milford will bo ready
to begin crushing oro October 1.
Tho Utahna-Goldfleld Mining company,
nn Ogden corporation, tiled articles yes
terday. Its property Is located In Esmer
alda county. Nov. O. A. Moycr is presi
dent, Messrs. Bettles and Hanchett of the
Newhouso staff returned yesterday from
a trip to Newhouso, whero the vast en
terprise which Is under their direction i3
moving ahead steadily.
Settlements for silver and lead ores as
reported yesterday by McCornlck & Co
amounted to S2S0O,
Cashier H. H. Green of the lllngham
Con., and Mrs. Green, leave today for an
Eastern trip, during which thoy will visit
Eight cars of- ore from Tintlc and ono
from Nevada arrived at tho Taylor-Brun-ton
Silver registered an advance yesterday,
selling at 67Vi cents an ounce. Coppor
was unchanged at 12 cents, and lead In
ores ruled at J3.50 per 1C0 pounds.
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I POLITICS AT LARGE, f
II ELENA, Mont., Sept. 21. The Popu
lists of Montana have selected these elec
tors: S. D. Molllncaux of Granite coun
ty. F. R St. John of Yellowstone county
nnd Dan McKay of Chouteau county.
SAN FRANCISCO. SepL 21.-Congess-tnan
Edward J. Livcrhash has been unan
imously Indorsed for a second term by tho
Union Labor convention, now In session
PORTLAND, Or , Sept. 21 As a result
of a meeting held In Salem. Or., petitions
aro now being circulated by a committee
representing the Populist party In ' this
Stato in an endeavor to secure a neces
sary number of slgnatureo for tho in
dorsement of .four electors chosen at the
meeting, that the names may appear on
the ballot at the coming Presidential elec
tion. DENVER. Sept. 21. Clay B. Whltford
of Denycr was nominated for Congress
man by acclamation by the Democratlo
convention of the First Colorado district.
James P. Mulllns was also placed in nom
ination by a convention of Democrats who
refused to be bound by the Instructions of
the Denver county convention In favor of
Scientists in Convention.
ST. LOUIS, Sept 21. Tho International
congress of Arts and Sciences began tho
sessions of Its dlvlslonn and parliaments
today and numerous papers treating of
various scientific subjects were read.
Thirty-one meetings were hold today.
King of Servia Crowned.
BELGRADE, ' Sept. 21 Peter Kar
ageorgevitch was crowned King of Ser
via today. There were no hostile dem
onstrations, and no attempt to carry out
the numerous threats against the now
There are fewer nerves in'
the tea-drinking countries.
Imagine a nervous Dutch
Vo:ir srecer main yaur money If ycu &,'t Jk
t JCa oqk if i
i EVERY DIME IS A "BABY '
r ' . DOLLAR,
j Lat us tell you how to make tho
: bnby grow You enn bank with ub !
3 by mall. Write for circular. !
; Utah Commercial
(b Savings Bank
nJll'.H'-JU'ULIHJ UUIIITrtV.'-L J'I II iJT; J
c Just remember when you ask )
( for flour to flay It all S
Flour , '
( The satisfactory kind Utahls (
? money-back brand fully guar- I
I On the Pacific Slops. I
TACOMA, Wash., Sept. 21. Tho Pugot
Sound Presbytery of tho United States
today voted In favor of union with tho
Associate Reformed Church South.
TACOMA, Wash., Sept. CY Judgo Sncll
today denied tho motion for a now trial
for Frunk Pasquale. convicted of tho
murder of Charles Gray, and sonlcncod
tho prisoner to bo hanged at a date to be j
named In the death warrant. A appeal
will bo taken to tho Suprome court-
PORTLAND. Or, Sept. -21 Rnln Is fall-
Inghero. Tho weather bureau reports
precipitation general throughout tho
Northwest. Tho rainfall will result In
quenching forest ilres. which prevailed In
many localities of Orogon and Washing
ton ror tho past few months.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 21 -Charles
A. Sender, assistant cashlor of tho Sec
ond National bank Of Akron, O.. who Is
charged with tho embezzlement of $10,
000 from his bank about two nnd ono
half years ago, Is under arrest In this
TACOMA, Wash., Sept. 21. Tho exami
nation of Stlckney, Andorson, Brown
nnd Harmon boforo United States Com
missioner Bridges, charged with counter
feiting, resulted in Stlckney nnd Brown
being hold to the grand jury.s Tho othor
two were discharged.
EXCURSION TO OGDEN.
Via D. & R. G., Sunday, Sept. 25.
Fare $1.00 for the round trip. Special
train leaves Salt Lake 9:30 a. m. Re
turning, leaves Ogden S:00 p. m. Last
outing of the season. Everybody Invited.
Blcyclcy cheeked free. Fine road up the
canyon for wheeling. FIrst-clnaii meals
at the Hermitage.
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NOTICE TO WATER USERS.
o t ,St:i!i Engines: Office
Se.lt Lako City, Utah. AueTimi
Notice is hereby ive, thafto'Jeh Y
Larsen and D. B. Brlnton tv-iTo-1 x
office address Is Murray. Xh murni 1r?8t
Delivery P.outo No. i) hnvl made aKfl
cation in accordance with , . --?.1?,pJl"
mcnts of chapter 1W of the SesiinrTV,"
of Utah, 1903, to appropriate ? tw
(2-3. of a Pecond-foot or the Vater
Ing from Big Willow spring, citun, J VZ
proximately In tho center or the JaSt h&
o. section 1, townBhip 2 south nli"
Hast, Salt Lako baso and merldnatV
diverted by means of a dam and fi.', b?
a point just below whew safd 3prnT
sues and from whero tho water un
I conveyed through a '.lume and bm tl bo
distance of about -1000 feet and tPie,forJl
used from March 1. to " December 31 n?
cacn year for the Irrigation of Toout
acres of mud lr. tho southwest ni.niy
of tha southwest quarter of aniilrt0.r
nnd In the routh half of the sou 1.'
quarter of section 2, townshln Jl1
rango 1 cast, Salt Lake base nn,! Utl?'
dlan, In Salt Lake comity. Utah "eft ert
cf said wate.- as" may I'o , ucVsfnr ?UrCh
watering live stock owned by ffi Ln?ir
cants will be used. It is claim k?.pd""
pllcantn that the water ilowlng from B?fc
spring Is now wholly wasted throng
Beepage and evaporation trough
Ail protests against the grant'mr of Bi
application, stat ng the reaWq thS ,ala
must be made by affidavit and niC.r'
this office after thirty (0) days and1 hi"
tore p "&nJlWtoaSii
t-, V" '... um-j-MUS, Stato Encinrr
temper P3u.b,lcaUon A" 'last Sep.
QUINCY JUNIOR MINING COM
PANY. Principal pla-io! of ouslnes3. Salt Luke
City, Utah. Notice of annual' and special
meeting of stockholders.
Notice 1b hereby given that the annual
meeting ot the stockholders o tho "Qulncy
Junior Mining company,' a corporation
organized and existing under tho laws or
tho Stato of Ulah. with Its principal place
of business at Salt Lako City, Utah, as
provided in the articles of Incorporation of
sold company, will be held at ., th
cencral of lice of said company, at
100m No. 100. in tho David Keith
building. i'f'ne, NoH-, ,2'1?.- l 2';
South, East Temple street. In the City of
calt Lake, State of Utah, on Wodiv sday.
the 5th day of October, 1001, at 11 o'clock
in the 'forenoon of said day, for the pur
poso of transacting such business as may
lawfully como before said annual meeting.
And notice is hereby further given that
a special meeting of tho stockholders of
said Qulncy Junior Mining company is
hcroby colled and will be held at the same
time and place hereinbefore stated, for
said annual meeting, for the purpose of
voting upon and determining whether the
articles of incorporation of said company
shall be amended by adding thereto an
article to stand and be article No. 7, as
"The private property of the stockhold
ers shall not be liable for the debts or ob
ligations of the corporation."
And In case said proposition shall bo
adopted to so amend said articles, then
and in that case to authorlzo and direct
tho officers of this1 company to make the
rccessary certificates required by law and
lake any and aU steps necessary to effec
tuate said amendment.
.Dated, Salt Lakh City. September 5. 1961.
W. Ar. RICE, President.
W. W. ARMSTRONG. Secretary aCCO
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Joo Bowers Mining company, principal
place of business at Salt Lake City. Utah.
Notice is hereby given thnc at a meeting
of the directors, held on the 20th day of
August, 1901, an assessment of one (I)
cent per shore (being assessment No. 12)
was duly levied on the capital stock of
the corporation, payable Immediately to
R. T. Burton Jr.. secretary or the com
pany, at the offlco of the company, room
No. 225 D. F. Walker bldg.. Salt 'Lako
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on tho 21th day of
September. 1901, will be delinquent and
advertised for sale at public auction, and
unless payment la made beiore, Will be
sold on the 15th day of October, 1901, to
pav the delinquent assessment, together
with tho cost of advertising and expense
of sale. R T. BURTON. JR.,
Room No. 225 D. F. Walker bldg., Salt
E de City, Utah. zl71S
JOE BOWERS MINING COMPANY.
Special Notice to Stockholders.
Mr. A. J. Gunncll has this date been
elected secretary of the Joe Bowers Mg
Co., to succeed R. T. Burton. Jr., re
signed. All payments covering assessment No.
12, should thereforo bo made toNA. J Gun
ncll. secretary of the company, at the of
fice of tho company, room 1, 151 South
Main street J. F. DUNN.
Salt Lake City, Utah, Sept. C. JSOI.
NOTICE TO WATER USERS.
State Enginecr'3 office. Salt Lako City,
Utah. Aug 31, 1931.
Notice Is hereby given that tho Old
Evergreen Mining nnd Tunnel company,
by H. G. McMillan. Its secretary, who?e
Kostofflce address Is Salt Lako City, Utah,
as made application. In accordance with
tho requirements of chapter 100 of tho
Session Laws of Utah. 190, to nppioprlate
sixteen and seven-tenths (1C7) second
feet of tho water flowing in Big Cot
tonwood creek. In Salt Lake county, Utah,
to be diverted by means of a ditch, flume
and pipe at a point on said creek from
which the quarter-section corner at the
southeast corner of the southwest quar
ter of section 20, township 2 south, range
,3 cast, Salt Lake base and meridian, bears
north S5 degrees 15 minutes east S3C feet
distant, also from a spring branch at a
point from where said quarter-section
corner bears north 15 degrees east 012
feet distant (the intention being to turn
the water of finid spring branch Into sold
creek at the point of diversion first above
describod). from where the commingled
water will be conveyed through a ditch,
flume and plpo for a dlstancd of about
2SC0 feet, and thcro be used from Jan
uary 1st to December 31st of each year
for developing power to propel mining and
milling machinery at the Old Evergreen
mill site, in the nouthwest quarter of
said section 26. After having been so
diverted and used the water will bo re
turned to the natural channel of Big
Coltoawood creek at a point from which
tho southeast corner of said section "6
bears souih 13 degrees 30 minutes east
23S0 feet dtutant.
AM protests against the granting of said
appiii-'ciiiuM, otmfng the reasons therefor,
must be made by aflldavlt and filed i0
this office after thirty (30)" days and be
fore sixty (60) days from the date here
of. A. P. DOREMUS.
First publication, Aug. 31; .last.Ts'cpt 30
NOTICE TO WATER U(SERS.
State Engineer's Office. Salt Lako -Cltv
Utah. Sept. 2. 3901.
"Notice Is hereby given that Jamea J
Chambers, whose postofflco address is 330
Broadway. New York cltv. N. Y., has
made application in accordance with tho
iequlrements of chapter 100 of tho Session
Laws of Utah. 1903, to appropriate ten (10)
second feet of the water flowing in Little
Cottonwood creek. In Salt Lako countv
Utah to bo diverted by moans of a dam
and pipe at a point on tho South fork or
said Llttlo Cottonwood creek about two
miles south of Its Junction with the main
stream, from where the water wilt bo con"
veyed through a pipe for a distance Uf
about 10,000 reet. and there be used from
January 1st to December 31st, inclusK?
of each year for developing power for
e cctrlc lighting and for propelling ma
chinery at mines, smelters and pumplnir
plants In Salt Lake valley. Afterhav n
been so diverted and used the witter wm
bo returned to tho natural channel of Lit
tie Cottonwood creek at the confluence of
ca d South fork stream with said creek
All protests against the granting of
application, stating the reasons therefor
tore sixty (CO) dayXJm fe &2 hreof
Conojlt Count7n7"T"' ffll
beptember, the ,,n?n
at private 3,il0 iL "IsW
real estate. t0,ihc
Commencing nt '' . , "v
be southeast ccrWrt,,
P" Salt Lake Cc.lotS.b
thence west 714 rn,i y ni?
' oda; thence wc!t 2uV h
ft 105 Inches thSr3' sci
south 5t feet 10U c'a"tlr1l
ginning. lnch to
Also commencing in
sp""' is?eS "agVa
to-tW nisco it
Also comnionrtnc , j . f
the east 11 feet thereof1
The sale will be mndn
day. tho 30th dav ofSpnt.,c-
o'clock m.. at tho . oMrlM
man. attorney No I? "1
street. Salt Lake City f?.'iLh 4
be received by thn i.j a6 "iSB
each sum bid must nSJ'fm
and tno sale pr sales wmV
confirmation by said court
Dated September w i W
G. II. Backman AttorneJ"fM
NOTICE OP SAL3.1
In the Third Judicial n-.J
Probate division. ,nd ft
county Utah -In the
letc of Amanda M PlcrciV
Under authority 0f an 2?
granted by tho abovc-nam?
2nd day of September. r.y i2
private sale the following d5
ptnte. to wit b ""
The north half of lots, block -1
Salt Lako City survey, eKS,?
Lake City. Utah The 'sal""?,
on Mondav. the 2Gth day of gT
12 m.. at the office of O H
torney. No 32 South Eaat TiS
Salt Lake City. Utah, and W
recoivud by tho undersigned
Terms of sale, cash: 10 per
sum bid must accompany ha 1
tho sale will be subject lo$l
Hon of said court ,
Executor under tho last WBI2
ment of said Amanda JI p2
ceased. ' fl
G. IT. Backman. Attorney fa:
ASSESSMENT HO, J.! J:
Wabash Mining, compasr. ft "
place of buolness, Salt La ft? 7
Notice is hereby given tast "at 11
of the board of directors, bea u
day of August. l&H, nn a5star
cents (5c) per share was Ufri
capital stock of tho corpoutlr 1
on or before tho 23nl djy t( "m
1S01. to W. Mont. Ferrv. "eon
room 521 Atlas block, Wt -vi
street. Salt Lake City, Vtib."i
upon which thia assessment ei
unpaid on the 23rd day of SrU
will be delinquent nn.l adnnVlj
at public auction, and un!ti (m
made before will bo sold oa tea A
of October, Jfl. to pay titt&bU
scrsment. together wltb the cat .
vcrtlsing and cxponso of fi!t
W. MONT l-'ERP.Y.Jci
Location of office, J!l Atln bj
Lake City. Utah j
ASSESSMENT 270ZICZ.' '
I Trade Dollnr Extenalon. Mtit 'i
I pany. Location of prlnc.'nM t( i
! Inesa. Salt Lake City Utih, ! J
Notice Is hereby given that it 1 .r
lng of tho board of directors ef tii a
pany. held on the 15th day li Stf
1901 an assessment of ten (IV) M
sharo was leied on the onbtii&
tal stock of this corporatlox ;W
mediately to the secretary. t &
room No. 1C0 David Keith u
Lake City. Utah Any sttti tjs
this assessment shall re null n; ,
tho lSth dav of October, ll, tS
llnquent and ndvcrtlsfd for ik 1 V
!Io auction, and unless paycu'.!
before, will be se!d on the Sti du
vember 1W4. at 2 o'clock p. ti.
fice of the company, room Ns, IJ
Keith building Salt Lake Cltr.W
pay tho delinquent assessed
with the costs of advcrtlJlr,; 13J I
of sale. E. G, K"D
Salt Lake City Utah, SpleriJt
First publication Septeasbii 'LK
Last publication Octocer li.
UNION PACIFIC EAIIROAS
Annual Mcetlnj. j
The annual meeting of tbsjtM
of Union Pacific Railroad ecaj
bo held at the offlco of tbeeni
Salt Lake City. V1,""' W
ber 11. iroi. at 12 o'clock coca
lion, of fifteen directors of We
and for tho transnc on 0.
buslncsa as may legally coicete
The boolcs for tho "w
(both common and P'c"-L
closed for tho purposcs-or
the close of business or 1
gust 31. mi. and wll -g
o'clocK a. m on nerfw, w
ISM. ALEX. M'L
Dated August 22, IVH.
Oono Co.. 3-4 'laBi
cago. Ti.cy wll r
your drugglc for a "X K
I If you will otato tbo m
I treated -jaBl!
IS OUR, FORTE. h
T6 plant is too large nor none 1,00 small for us to eq'J'P
thoroughly modern manner. Figures on estimates will be
mitted upon request. '
Mining tools and supplies of all kinds J