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ll 8 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING-, DECEMBER 22, 1907
mm Some Geological Arguinonts on
WW Colorado Ore Chute in
i A NEW CAMP MAY
1 1 BE THE OUTCOME
11 Work IVow Going Forward Full
Ijl of Importance to Many
Unj srow that: tho territory nt Tin tic
mam which contains :imonc other properties
H j.he Crovm Point, Sioux Consolidated
la and Iron Blossom is attracting so much
IB uttontiou, local mining onsrincorinc cir-
H H clos aro brushing up on tho Reoloprj- oi'
Itjfl Uic section in question. Tt has boon
lH onnniUy conceiled that tho great por-
fiCfi phyry blow-out that cuts the Colonulo-
H9 Beck Tunnel oro zone at tho boundary
Ijffl lines o thes two organizations is tho
luH source from which the oro zono in qiies-
HNH fion received its cnTichu'ient, but this
HQ porphyry zono is a considerable distance
n north ol? the loro quarts ledpo that ere-
Iff ate6 the .fault which has received con-
WU siderablo attention on tho part of ihc
Wjlj Government eeolopiHls.
fJjlM There :uro two mam theories advanced
mum regarding this quarts or faultinp: zono
IffH which aro of interest. If. it is stated,
HI his quartz was cast up after the por-
HM phyrv had enriched tho oro zone, tho
IB continuation of tho oro zono to the
nUj south will determine which property will
j jeciro tho oro. The Government ex-
IMB ports have announced tho throw of the
H J'aulr, to bo 700 feet to tho oast, and
HJ Bhoiild this provo tho case, it is consid-
WM ered doubtful if the Crown Point will
WM find it crossing its lines.
HJ The Sionx Consolidated company, on
Hi tho other hnnd, owns the ground to the
H south of the point of throw in tliis
qnariz. and if the latter simply cut the
H oro zone in two. tho Sioux stands, a
Hi ffood chance of getting tho ore. The
HI so-called Crown Point shaft is south of
HI the quartz zono, and east perhaps 200
HH feet of tho point of throw, so if the
HJ throw is 700 feel, this shaft still is ."500
HI feet west from the zone should ir. o.on-
Hl tinno due south, as the Government x-
III peris 'say. from a point 700 feet cast of
Hi the general trend.
HJ Tho other argument if. that if tho
H Crown Point shaft is breaking into min-
Hl oral at a point considered out of line
W for Iho continuation of the main Colo-
I rado-Bcck Tunnel oro zone, it may dein-
9 0 onstrate what has never been conceded
9 t up to date, and what has been denied
I or considered improbable, and that is
wj thai, the quartz ledge is itself a mineral-
Jq I izing agent which will Hood tho south-
III ern section cast of the throw with ore
Mil bodies characteristic iu every way of
Bfl the Tiniic camp. Should this prove to
Iffl le tho case, there is no reason to doubt
lf that tho Crown Point, Sioux, Iron BIos-
K Foru and many others within this area.
IM nil will get ore chntes. Tt will mean
Iffil a new zone of onrichment from causes
jjftj herotoforo not considered in the ealen-
HSj lations at nil, and' which will be .of ee.H-
jfttj oral importance to that part of tho dis-
BfiA ""Whether or not this last theory is
ft correct, or whether tho Colorado-Beck
PS Tunnel oro zono continues south across
Mm the Sioux gTound in a diroct line with
ifj tho zone north of the fault, or whether
J2I 1 he continuation south of the fault, pro-
mm coeds to tho south across tho Crown
flit Point 200 feet, or 700 feet east of the
Wh fault, must; be solved by development
Wm work such as is now being done.
I REPORT THAT 0GDEX
SMELTER IS PURCHASED
A xnmor has been floating round lo
cal circles for several days that tho
American Smelting and Itcfiuing com
pany has purchased the smelter nt Og
den of tho Ogden Smelting company.
No confirmation of this rumor Iihs been
F-Mjured. and General Manager C. W.
"Whitlev, of tho American company,
was out of tho city Saturday so that
neither a denial nor confirmation could
bo secured from that companv. The
Ogden smoltor was blown in early in
tho year, and did a rushing business
until the prico of tho metals went to
tho present unsatisfactory levels, and
tho salo for the metals dropped off all
over the world.
BOre and Bullion.
Tn ore and bullion receipts for Satur
day. kIvpu by MeCornick & Co.. wero as
follows: Ore. $10,000: bullion, 510.000.
II UTAH SMELTING CO. I
Wt OGDEN. UTAH.
BUYERS OF ORES.
if1 ' GOOD CAPAc!
"High Patent" thn name, n
HARRIET "WEIR. 42- Sth East. 1
g Used your flour since 1896. g
Iffl My greatest pleas-
III a ure is my patrons'
Ijl I satisfaction.
II 1 "Anything in Gold"
II j JOHN F. BOES
Si 1 JEWELER
jj B 250 Main St.
Tribuno Agents In Nevada.
Copies of Tlio Tribune will bo found on
eale In Novnda at lho foUowIns:
Cnllentc John Shier.
Cherry Creek Grey & Collins.
Ulv Thomas O'Dulovlch: Graco Faxon,
Waldon & Burnett.
Elko A. H. Cochrane.
Goldfield Loulo I'olln.
I.nu Vesrao "Wilson Drug Co.
Manhattan North A FcrKUnon.
Plocho A- A. Carman; Ploeho Drue Co.
Rosobud Thomas A Infills.
Tonopuh T. A. Oldfather; A. II. Roun-
Tcrlnjrton G. E. Lcavltt A Son.
COLORADO AND CROWN
POINT ARE FEATURES
On Saturday, during tho morning call
of tho local exchange. Colorado and
Crown Point stod3 attracted about all
tho attention on tho part of tho local
talent. Both hIocUm wuro extensively
dealt In. and at bettor levels. Sioux Con.
and Sovon TroiiRhs came In for soino at
t out Ion. both remaining closo to tho levels
held for scvoral days. During tho moni
incr -M.7-15 shares of ntock Bold, havInK a
value of $10,033. During tho week -m.OOO
Hharca sold, having a valuo of lS3.C0.3r.
The following were the unlisted and listed
Bid. IAslccd.1 Sold For.
Ohio Cop .. ? 2.35 $ 2.-40 ?2.0
McDon Kly . .30 -3d .3a
Demijohn ... .0H -07
Albion 5- ? -i?
a inY ,1!0
Alien :::::::: j.oo 2. bo
Boston ConaolldatM 0.00 11. 2o
Black Jack -23J .21
Bulllon-Bcck 5 2.2n
Beck Tunnel f0 !
Columbua CoiiHolUlaled ... 1.00 -.00
Carlsa 0 -r
Cotipolldated Mercur .W
Colorado Mlnlnp 2-1 'i 2-2,2
Eagle & Blno Bell &
1 Kaglo's Nest o-?0
Grand Central 2-"0 3.P0
JTorn Silver 2-00
Indian Qucon - . -u -J"
Iron Blossom -d !!.
Inyo f 7"
s Dillon ; ll'
IJttlo Bell 1.2Q 1-3 1 i
Lead King Jv
Littlo Chief ;
T-ower Mammoth .;s
Mountain T.ulco -2G
Nevada Falrvlow -1"
Novada Hills 3.00; 3.074
Xow York 021 .04
Scottish Chief .01 -Oji
Seven Trouhgs -i
Sioux ConHOlhlhled (- .15 -1G
Stray Dog --0.
South Columbus Con ; .-id
Uncle Pom Corwoihlaicd... -3Si .30
t'tah Mine 1-r'i
Victor Consolidated IH .u&
Yankoo Consolidated t --
Columbus Con.. 20 at $l.D7i.
May Day, 100 at 2Sc.
Nevada Hills, 200 at $3.
Uncle Sam, 1100 at 30c: 700 at 3Ric.
Back Tunnel, 100 at 40c: 100 at -104c;
G00 at fiOc.
Black -lack. S00 at 23tc. , ir .
Colorado Mining. Io0 at $2.16: n00 at
$2.20. seller thirty days: 200 at $2.20: 200 i
at JM74; 00 at $2,171. sollor thirty days.
Crown Point. 1000 at 19ic: 1700 at 21c:
2500 at. 20Jc; f.00 nt 20ic seller thirty
'''Mountain L.ak". 500 at 27c.
Sioux Con.. 1200 at lac: 2500 at loc.
seller thirty days: 500 at lSJc.
Seven Troughn. 2000 at 32c; 1000 at 32c,
buyer thirty days; 1500 at 31c.
Yankee Con., 500 at 2Sc.
Shares sold. 23.S70.
Selling value. ?0324.
Beck Tunnel. 200 at 50c.
Black Jack. 500 at 21c.
Colorado Mining. 100- at -SZ.lo. seller
sivtv davs; 1300 at ?2.iic: fuo at z.iu.
seller thirty days: 100 at $2.20.
Crown Point. 1000 at 20c; S00 at 20ic
seller sixty days; 1500 at 20c. seller thirty
days; 3500 at 20c; 2000 at UOic buyer
sixty davs; 500 at lOJc, seller sixty days
500 at lOJc.
Columbus. 325 at $l.D7fc.
Mav "Day, 000 at 2Sr.
New York. 500 at 4c.
Nevada Hills. 300 at 53.
Sovcii Troughs. 500 at 30c; 1000 at 30ic.
Uncle Sum Con., 100 at 3Sic, sollor
thirty days: 200 at 38 Jc.
Shams sold. 20,925.
Selling value. $10.00P.
Shares sold. 131.960.
Selling valuo, 51S3.670.37.
New York Mining Stoc.ks.
James A. Pollock & Co.. bankers and
brokers. G West Second South, furnish
tho following New York mining stock
cuitttallons. received ovor their private
LISTED STOCKS. '
Salcs-I H. I L. Clse
Nowhonse I 400 6i 0 li
Utah Copper 17a 17i 171
Balaklala 2i -J J 2
Tennosseo Cop 27 25 27
NEW YORK CURB RANGE.
Salcs.l H. X. ICIso '
Cumber. Ely 500 5? 5J 53
Ely Consul ft a 5
Dornln. Copper 110 13 IR IS
Greene G. and S 1 7-1 C J
Nevada Utah 1.500 23 'M 2 J
Nevada Smelter .... 100 l J J H
Mitchell 6 8
Giroux Con 25 2 22
King Edward 1 3 I
Tlntlc Mining 3 2g 3
NEW YORK CURB CLOSE.
Ncwhouse ' . ... ? G $ fij
Ulah Copper 17 IS
Nevada Consolidated ..... 72 8
Cumberland Ely rE 51
Balk 2J 2.i
King Edward 3 S
NIplKSIng G Gi
Davis Daly 33 1
Giroux 2 22
G. G. and Sil . 7-1G J
Nevada Smelting H 16
Nevada Ulah 2a 22
Silver Queen fc J
Ely Consolidated 3 8
Dominion Copper lg l?,
Gibraltar 10c 12c
Tlntlc 2 3
Montgomery Shoshone ... 4J EJ
But.to and London a i
TennesKco Copper 25 27
New York Letter. ,
Jamas A. Pollock &. Co., bankers and
broker?, 6 West Second South street, fur
nish the following, received over their
prlvnto wlro yesterday afternoon:
Walker Bros. Stock Letter Now York
Tho market today -was iJtcady and fair
ly strong. Tlicro was little save profes
sional business, tono was good, and there
wow no pressure. Tho bank statement
showed an Improvement and that tho
deficit was being gradually reduced. For
njixt. week we look for a rather dull mar
ket on account of the holidays. On Mon
day the market will probably open strong
and shorts may help an advance, but wo
don't look to ace it go very far,
UTAH Ell. BEDUCTSON
OF DIVIDEND TALK
Eastern Circles Met Action of
Directors in Very Favor
Eastern .-journals aro jrroatly inter
ested in tho affairs of tho Utah Con
solidated Mining company, ono of
LTtah's and ono of tho Nation's Rrcat
csc profit earners. Commont vns most
favorahlo on all sides when tho direc
tors recently declared a quarterly divi
dend of 50 cents a share. Three inonthH
ago $1 per share was posted, whilo six
months ago $1.25 and 25 cents extra
por sham was posted. This commont
is now favorable for tho reason that
ovoryono could place their finger on tho
roal tronblo, and thcro was no chanco
'iven outside- circles to Bpeculato on
what was wrong. Everyone roahzed
Micro was no other course for tho diroc
tors.to pursue in tho fnco of tho pros
ont Uncertainly surrounding the future
of tlio company's Ulah smelting plant,
and copper in genoral.
Tho dividend record of tho Utah
Consolidated company sinco 1903 is one
of tlio most oloquout illustrations oi.
Ulah's mineral possibilities when tho
Utah territory is sounded in a rational
manner. Tho record is as follows:
1903, 3.00 per share; 100l. $.1.00 j)or
share; 1005, $4.50 per share; lOOfi, $o.00
'per share; 1007, $7.00 per share.
Novadas in San Francisco.
James A. Pollock & Co., bankop and
brokorp. C, Wcat Second South, furnish the
following San inrancisco ntock Quotations,
received over their private wlro yoster-
) x 23
q0 2.11 15 -
.Turn ho iixtcnslon f -5S
I'cnnsylvanla , V:;
Hooth r -7i
liluo Bull J. -JG
Silver PIrk 2 .i
Black Butte Extension ... -n '
Bluo Bell O'i .OS
Goldllcld Columbia 10
Conqueror .... " -
Lone Star v-- -09
Oro i -
Kendall' Extension 01 .0:s
Sandstorm Bxtonalou 0
Mayne I""nk' nrl
Atlanta - -,x
Great Bend --6
ncd Top Extension .J- !
D'ilehl B. B. Con
Goldncld Daisy '
Combination Fraction 71 .t
Great Bend Extension ... .0 .00
Great Bend Annex 0;
B. B. Bonanza -0-
Ko wanes r''
Rod Hills .... ; -' --b
Mohawk ExloiiBlon , .0
Lou Dillon j 01 .Oo
Yellow Tiger 10
Grandma 0l 'X,
S. r. Extension
Yollow Roso ..... ,
Columbia Mt. Ext .03
Goldfield Con -Q
D'Held Triangle -0 0S
Old Gold 1 1 -03
Tonopah Nevada f 5.50 ? 5. 21
Montana Tonopah l.'O i."
Tonopah Extension 1.50 l.fto
Midway ..i- "J
Tonopah North Star OS .10
Ohio Tonopah ............ .02 .v.,
West End Consolidated... .jU .;.
Repcue 01 -0"
Golden Anchor .;;' '5o
Jim Butler .42
Cash Boy 01 .0-
Monarch Pittsburg Ext... .01 ...
Montana Midway Ext. ... .01 .03
Golden Crown 0-
Original ........ 5 -O" 5
Bullfrog Mining 0 ...
Monlana Bulirrog 01 .C
National Bank 0D
j. Harris 02
Amethyst On .10
Gold Bar .3
Uenvor. Bullfrog Annex .. .03
Bonnie uiare -'
Mavllower ' Con. 15 .16
Montgomery Sho. 12x1 02
Golden Sceptre 03 .(U
Montsy. Mt -05
B. Dfamondflold 03
llomeslako Coniolldatcd .. .7r.
Yankee Girl ,.. .01 .02
Tramp Con 1!' .20
. Bid. Asked.
Manhattan Con. 77T. ... $ .20 ? TiT
Manhattan Mining Co 02
Gold Wedge 03
S. Humphrey 02 .03
Dexter 07 .10
Little Joe 02
Cow Boy .01 .02
Original Manhattan 05
J. Jack 07
Stray Dog 10
Yellow Horso 02
Indian Camp .01
I Bid. Asked
Onhlr $ 1.05 ? l.io
Mexican ' -27 .28
Gould & Curry . 12 .13
Con. Vo e .-IS
Yellow Jackot I.fiO
Rclchnr 16 .18
Sierra No vail a 3d .36
.Union 20 .28
I Bid. Asked
Falrvlow Sliver King ? .10
Falrvlow Eagle .. Ad
Nevada Hllla 3,07;
Pittsburg Sliver Peak ... 1.25 1.30
North Star Wonder 03
Eagle's Nest 23 .21
Ruby Wonder 10
Nevada Hills Florence .0(5
Allco of Wondor 02
Tho Pioneer oro sampler Saturday re
leased 3 cars of oro from Utah camp3.
The Taylor &. Brunton company rc'
leased 5 cars from Utah camps.
J. OBERNDOItFER. STOCK! BRO
KE3, 1C1 S. Main. Tel. Bell V92.
Deepest Working in North Star
District Shows Up Rich
0iSTR FOOT OF SAND
Company Strikes New Chiiio as
Winze Is Driven to
In a lotter received from MiLford
Saturdaj' morning, Secretary U. Bar
nctt of tho Cedar Mining company
learned of a vory important find, at
depth in this North Star district mine
in Beaver county. Por some tirno past
tho management of the Cedar has been
centering its efforts on getting to hot
ter depths, feeling confident that tho
North Star soctiou was worthy of every
confidence- below thn levels already
tapped iu that part of the county. That
this confidence was well placed in shown
bv tho fact that thn winze on tlio Cedar,
al a vertical dopth of '1(55 feet, has
tapped ono foot of fino sand carbon
ates. Outsido of tho fact that the new
chute appears to bo making over toward
the ground through which tho mam
shaft -will be driven in time, littlo de
tail -was forthcoming in tho lotter. But
the management naturally deems tho
find ono of tho utmost importanco, dem
onstrating that as the Cedar work
ings go deeper hotter roturus aro bound
to como. Mr. Burnett states that this
is au entirely now ledge apparently,
and -while littlo WUS known of itt no
timo or effort will bo spared In find
ing out everything about tho Batuo
from now on.
Tho Cedar company during tho year
just closing has sont in many cars of
fiilver-load ores that ran exceptionally
high in both metals. Practically all this
rock came from what is termed Iho
upper levels, and nearly any pieco ono
could pick from tho shipments was
worthy of a prominent place in any
select mineral cabinet. With tho proper
clearing up of tho financial and smelting
situation nn properly will bo more thor
oughly sounded than tho Cedar, and the
officials have no doubt lis lo tho favor
able outcome of Iho work. The com
panv is a Salt Lake organisation.
Boston Stock Market.
James A. Pollock & Co., bankers and
brokers. (J West Second South, furnish
the following Boston mining stock quo
tations, rccelvod ovor Iholr private wlro
s Sales.) 11. li. ICIo
Bingham Central i i ij
Bingham Con -H It -l
Boston Con 770 105 105 1m5
Butto Coalition 2.230 IP Ha 153
Butto and London . I 00c SOc 00c
Balaklala 1.S35 23 2i 2
Calumet anil Ariz ... 125 OS 00 07
Con. Mercur 1 1.29c 26c 20c
Copper Range IMS 5RJ 552 561
Cumber. Ely 350 51 58 53
Daly West 20 Si Sj Si
Davis Daly 160 1 3 4
East Butto 4i 11 i,
Giroux Con 2& 3g 23
Gran by Con 75 70 75
Greene Cananea .... 50 5J 51 5J
Nevada Con 200 S 3 S
Nevada Utah 563 21 2J 2?
NlplFsIng fil d 64
North Butto 670 : 401 401
Trinity 1.245 15 14 14
Unit. Copper, com 71 7J 71
U. S. Smelter, com.. 130 30 291 291
Preferred 1P0 35 Zll S5
Utah Con 65 30j 293 30j
BOSTON COPPER CLOSE.
Ahmcck . 45 550
Butte and London SOcOOc
Davis Daly 35?t) 4
Giroux 21 2fi
Hancock I!2 5
Kcw 5 S) 51
Nevada Utah 2Srfo 23
Raven Si Sfi
S. and r S3& 0
Apex 2jrja 2S
Black Mountain 4 f5 4J
Cumberland Ely H 53
East Butto (g ll
Globe . j7 ((. . .
Helvetia ilj? lji
Majestic 1 It
Niplsalng G fr 61
Shawmut 31 (R33
Troy 65 g75c
San Francisco Mining Stocks
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 21. Tho offi
cial quotations for mining stocks today
were as follows:
Alpha Con 5 .05 Halo .& Norcross .32
AndcB lOMoxlcan 27
.Belcher Hi Occident. Con. .16
Bost & Belcher ,.50 Ophlr 1.10
Caledonia . . . .13 Overman OS
Chollav 04 Potosi OS
Confldonc . .. .40 Scorpion 05
C C and Va 47 Slor. Nevada . .35
Con Imperial .. .02 Silver Hill 45
Crn. Point 25Union Con 25
Gould & Cnrrlo .12Yel. Jacket ... 1.50
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con. .05 Lit. Chief 05
Alice 3.50 Ontario 2.50
Brccco .ISOphIr 10
Brims. Con 15 Potosi 1.10
Comstk. Tun. . .15 Savage 35
C C and Va 50 Sler. Nevada . .30
Horn Silver ...1.00 Small Hopes .. .20
Iron Silver 75 Standard . ... 1.20
Lcadv. Con. .. .07
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Advenluro 2.00 Osceola SO. 00
Allouex .. .. 25.25 Parrot .. .. 9.15
Amal 4C.12JC2ulncy .. .. 76.00
'. Atlantlo .. .. S.75 Shannon .... 9.C2J
Bingham 4.50 Tarn .; .... 5.00
Cal & Hocla.C00.00 Trinity .. .. 15.00
1 Centennial .. 21.50 Un Copper .. 7.00
Cop Range 56.00 U S Mln 29.50
Daly W .... S.37iU S Oil J0.S71
Franklin 7 50 Utah 30.00
Granby 70.00 Victoria .... 4.25
Islo Roy 17.75 Wolverine ...109 00
Mass Mln .. 2.50 No Butto 40,50
Michigan ... S.25 Butte Coal .. 14.6'JJ
. Mohawk 43.50 Nevada .. .. 7.75
M C A C... 1.12LCaI Sz Arlr... 95.00
Old Dom ... 2S.00 Ariz Com .. 11.25
The metal quotations for Saturdav,
- posted by McCornlck & Co., were 03 fal
lows: Silver, 52c; lead, $.'1.77; cop;)t
castings. 12gc; copper cathodes, 12ic.
Union Assay Office,
M. S. Ilanauer,' J. V. Sadler,
152 S. West Temple. P. O. Box i-MG.
In the Eyes of the Wise
"Vienna Bakery bread is always tho
''best." Ask your grocer for it.
The Flower Shop, under National
. Bank of Eepublic, for XmaB flowers and
Special Salo Framed Pictures.
I Midglcy-BodeJ Co., S3 E. Viist South. I
COPPER USER STILL
M THE MVMTME
In Spite of Reduction in Outnui. J
Balance Not Yet Dis
turbed. Ah Lho statistical, position of copper
is studied by students of tho copper
situation, it becomes uibro and uioro ap
parent that it ia working in favor of
tlio consumers, and tluK notwithstand
ing the great reduction that is boiug
made in tho United States. In lino
with thin argument, tho coppor experts
aro bringing forth Homo romancing ug
uros. A well-known wrilor inzes up
the situation iu the East aa foUows:
Even u casual glance at tho current
movements makes it evident that cop
per is accumulating Htcadily in huropo
and Amcricu. The lotnl conmimptiou
of United States and European smol
tern is estimated at 25,000 Inns per
month, whereas Iho oupply for tlio
United Slates and Europo is running
about -10,000 tons per month from all
countries, half of which is being con
tributed by the United States ionics,
10.000 tons from imports into the unit
ed States and 10,000 tuns additional in
Europe from European, Japatioan,
South American and Australian mines.
This poinlH lo tho fact; that stocks are
growing at the rule of JJ5.000 tons per
month, but deducting 5000 tons for a
possible overestimate, the accumulation
going into stocks in America and ware
houses in Kinopn is about 10,000 Ions
T.or month, and this has continued dur
ing tho last four or livo month?.
(If Iho copper exported to Europe
from tho Uniled Statns, it is .estimated
that (50,000 tons remain in warehouses.
This is probably 20,000 tons too small.
At any rate, with the 4?.Q00 ions ol
surplus in tho United States and the
00,000 tons carried in warehouses hi
Europo. there is a total slock, largelv
controlled by American interests, ot
103,000 tone. To this must, be added
the stocks hold on the first oi January,
1007, which wero estimated at 7.000
tons. "With tho unfavorable statisti
cal position ao ovidont and the outlook
unfavorable for a speedy resumption
of smelting, eithor hero or abroad, there
has been more pvessuro to soil in Eu
rope and less effort to rally the specula
Some Coppor SeUmg.
James A. Pollock Co.. bankers and
brokers. 6 "West Socond South street, fur
nlnh lln following, rccelvod over their
private wlro yesterday afternoon:
Boston News Bureau say: In 'tho Opt
threo days of tho current week one In
terest of which wo huvf knowlodge has
xnki about 4.000,000 pounds of electrolytic
copper for Decoiubor and January deliv
ery at 13- u pound. This was for for
eign and domestic Bhlpmonts. Dcccmbor
Is always a dull month, as manufacturers
will no'l carry over December 31 largo
Ftock.i In tholr Inventories. Tho manu
facturers bv that time will undoubtedly
hav received payment for soma of their
deliveries, and tboy will In turn bo in a
position financially to make purchases of
coppor. Uiko sold nn Monday at 13c cash,
less 1 per cent commission, while clcctro
lvtlc on tho same day was disposed of
at tho same figure. On Tuesday sales ot
electrolytic were effected at 13ic. One
Boston company offered lako this week
in Now York at 13c. It is known that
on account of advantage being taken of.
thirty days for payment by tho consum
ora. some of tno producing companies
have been obliged to borrow money for
current exponscs. "Europe Is ntlll in the
market for copper and there Is ronsldera
blc doubt as to just what use v:e metal
shipped and to be shipped abroad In th
next few weeks will bo put.
Boston Davis-Daly Estate Copper
companv now hn about 2000 stockhold
ers, of which two-thirds are In New Eng
land. President Coram says: "I expect
to have a resumption of mining opera
tions at tho Davis. Daly property by tho
first of the vear. The affairs of the com
panv are being gradually si ralghtened
out." I have Just received advices that the
leasors on the L,lzzia mine havo made an
other Important strike. In sinking the
shaft thvoo feel of new oro has been en
countered averaging per cent ooppr.
Uvorv indication on tho lAzzo claim glvea
evidence of making of a big mlno through
tho opening of a lode thirty feet wido
100 feet from tho surface, which aver
ages 23 per cent coppor. its entire width,
and tho oro improving with depth Is cer
tainly a remarkable development, and
alono assures a future for the Davis Daly
company outside of any other working.
The Butto Coalition Mining company
ban contracts with both of the Amal
gamated smelters In Montana for the
treatment of Its oron--lho Washoe plant
and tho Boston & Montana smelter at
Great Falls. Considerable Inquiry has
arisen as to lho nature of the smelting
contracts which Iho Butte Coalition has
with Amalgamated interests, by reason
of tho decision of tho management of tho
Butte Coalition company to suspend min
ing operations simultaneously with tho
announcement that all of tho Amalga
mated mines, with tho single exception
of Boston & Montana, would 'ease op
erations, this Including the Washoe smolt
or When operations are finally resumed
bv tho Butto Coalition. It should be at a
lower cost per pound of rcllned copper,
ns by that time the now tramway shaft
should bo completed, and through this
shaft alono a considerable saving In tho
cost of the hoisting In expected to bo ef
fected. News Bureau.
S. D. Evans,
Undertaker and Enibalmer, has removed
to new location, -IS South State.
You can chooso from an endless va
riety of wiucs. liquors and cigars
everything to complete your holiday
dinners, at Schramm's, where the curs
1 1 1
j Medicine Cases j
j lor Family Use
i: There isn't a family that g
( shouldn't havo one
1 There's many a family that 1
t hasn't got one I
; Thoy are beautifully put to-
j gother in compact loather cases j
In various grains and colors. 1
! Unexcelled as a convenience,
I not alone in time of severe sick-
! ness, but for littlo every day all-
j Not exponsivo, oithcr.
"WHERE THE CARS STOP"
Only 3 More Shopptacjl
Days Till Xmas m-
We advise a little haste, as the selections J : U"1'
are best now. Everybody admits who sees out' v
beautiful display that we have the finest lino -1 10
I of Xmas gifts for men or boys in Salt Lake, at I" VBAR-E
the most reasonable prices. j
Mo we & Kelly Co. r ,;in -
j 132-134 Soiifiti Main St. ! : jJ'JjK
The Mercantile Installment CojSSJ
Boll phono 2724-Y. ' 74 Went an j. J id, tol t'
f a Jtta"
! I WE GIVE YOU CKEMT 1&c
1 The holidaya ?xo only a few weeks off. It is well to think of via'? w siiio in t
prosont yon are goinjj to recaivo, and what yon aro going to givo. jntJ in t!
) But alBO hear in mind to he well dressed, when tho timo ajrhres.' t P?rat'
i We dress tho entire family, you pay ua a small dopoalt, and th9 bo j 6 nr)t
anco at 31.00 a wek or 9-1.00 month. 1 'nSle pS
I WB KEQUTftE TTO BEFEBENOE. NO QUESTIONS ASSHn'1 1Kib
1 . 'i at deficit
j $1.00 A WKEK $4.00 A MONTH." 'lt8"i
I The Old Reliable . life'
Established 1902. g ff'K
I. JT jL
By the box for Christmas gifts is the tin
they're being sold at Srfp,
t jfcf lliis it.
THE BUSY CORNER .
' tastes is al
Tho Smith T)niji ("o. epll more cigars in a. day than anr other toia. T 5c. Owing
Tcason: Every ciar is an cnjoyablo smoko no disappointments. ' ) revenues
' there i
If ladies want Lo sond cigars for Christmas, the man behind il tall on the
.,, . , i , - Kiiton of thr
counter will he.lp select tliem. j,,le b8Dk5
i PopoSar Prices
Diamonds, Jewelry, Etc. !
Genuine Diamond 8t Rtnga. I i
Broochs, Earrings, Locket?. Cuff J !
I Links, Scarf Pln3 and Watch Plna. R i
all set u-lth genuine Cxit IMa- R 1
I monds FJ
$10.00 and Up.
i Solid Gold Rlnjcs, Earrings. I
y Brooches, Chatelaine Pins, Neck- 9
f laces, TIcplns, Lockets. Cult But- I
ton, eithor plain or set "with I
$2.00 and Up.
Tvfldlos' Solid Gold Watches
$15.00 and Up. 1
Gents' Solid Gold Watches
$35.00 and Up. f
Ladies' and Gentn' Flllod Watches U
IN $10.00 and Up. I
Bracelota of all descriptions I
$1.00 and Up.
All kinds of Clocks
85c and Up. o
1847 Rogors Brothera' Silverware,
fc complete set
Fino Ornamented Vases
S $1.00 and Up.
Toilet and Manicuring Sets 8
I $4.00 and Up.
F Military Brushes, all kinds i
i $2.00 and Up. I
Opera Glasaos I
$5.00 and Up. I
'i Cut Glass of the finest cut and
handsome pieces ;
i $2.00 and Up. ,
Quadruple plate silver Tea Sets
$10.00 and Up.
Solid Silver Novelties, Buch as
) Comhs. Clip-clips, Shoohonis, j
: Matchboxes, Salt and Poppers,
1 Napkin Rings, Sensors. Bru.ihes,
75c and Up.
You Tvill find our prices on every- I
j 20 to 50 Per Oent.
LOVER THAN THE LOWEST. j
Engraving done free.
3 A written guarantee that goods I
i are as represented or money re- j
' ftinded with each sale.
I Jeweler, 175 So. Main. 0
Mall Orders promptly attended to.
Tribune Want Ads.
Bell phoiie 5201. Ind. phono 3C0-31S.
r rnUd Sta
IS ref 2s rc
for Stocks- and Bonda)sSn.
executed in all markets. n"?
Private Wire Service" far Tobac
1 New York, Boston and
I San Francisco Stoc &$ l.
! Liberal Advances on all' 1! f,, 4.!
I Listed Securities, gk0Sco
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! 6 W. SECOND SOUTH SK CPSS
vCC t StL ;
Both Telephones 575. Ko Inl 5a t
S Vfi L So J.
Bell phono 145. Ind. phon. g
Utah Investments; f
Wells-Fargo Bldg., 123 So. Main LyPj
Bettles, Mafliez & mm
W. G. KING. Mananer. j i drama
ASSAYS ANALYSES OBB
TESTS. A ilTti
158 S. W. Temple St.. Salt Lak j . J?
Telephono Ind. 116. A Qu(
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MINES. STOCKS AND BONg
Telephonee-lnd.. 931; Bell. t
17 West 2nd South 5- vi
I Tho Equity Investment ti
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Successor to . '
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219 South Main S- p
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46 Sonth MatoSj
70 W. 3rd So.. Sail i" "s,