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i! B THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY 16, 1909. JL
STOCK BOOM ON
I THE Lffln CUE
I Iron Blossom Strike Starts the
I Fireworks on Monday in
Ill FORTUNE IS SPENT
j FOR MINING STOCKS
I , Remarkable Scenes in Pit Dur
I; nig Several Hours of Stock
I ; Dealing.
XS Those who had anticipated that the
IB strike in the Iron Blossom property at
I Tintic would precipitate a boom on the
II Salt Lake Stock and Miniacr Exchange
1 Monday morning, were not. disap
M pointed. In the memory of tho oldest
B inembor of the exchanco thcro never
If t had occurred such an avalanche of buy
u incr orders, the' being for all Tintic
II Ftocks within tlio interest zone that
j! may bo affected by the new discovery.
11 Thero was ono ilisnppoinlmcnt during
iff tho early trading, and that was tho
If Sioux Consolidated.
35 If any property was benefited out
S side of "tho Iron Blossom by tho Iron
gm Blossom striko it was the Sioux, yet
cjj the stock sold down yosterdJO". con
fjj trary to expectations. Tho now striko
I apparently establishes tho fact that, tho
If ( olorado-Sioux oro body extends
ID throughout the Sioux for 700 feet along
Iff rhe strike of tho same, tho Sioux to
IS dnto having demonstrated tho exist
Wo once of the oro for "2S0 feet. It was
Ira logical, therefore, to expect that thii
Iflj added distance on the Sioux would
Im) convince its stockholders of the wis
lljj dom of at least freezing fast to thoir
Iw holdings. But it seems that Sioux was
wfl fold by owners who desired to put the
IB niouev into Lrou Blossom.
In Iron Blossom was tho center of at
U traction, and the lobby was lilleil with
jn representative citizens bent on sccur
mm inir their share of the stock or amuse
PI ment. Tho stock rolled off at $3.10 per
M share, and bv rapid strides struck 3.25,
Kj then fell back to $3. 1 TVs bid, when the
Eg morning session, over an hour delayed,
n was brought to a halt. Previous to
Ml coming to Iron Blossom, Tintic stocks
IW such as Bullock, East Crown Point,
fl JCast Tintic Consolidated and others
mm were booming at higher levels; then
mm came the slump in Sioux, and the boom
HH in South Iron Blossom, the latter prop
Jill ertv being drawn iuln tho spotlight by
mU irtuc of the Iron Blossom discovery,
Wa as predicted in these columns Sunday
Vffl morning. Over -15,000 shares of South
Bffl Iron Blossom sold duriifg tho regular
morning call, and close after camo the
lH Tintic Central, with sales amounting to
Hi ."3.000 shares.
In It is interesting to note in this con
fit n&ction the system of promotion that
Km has bceh the rule in Tintic. for a year
fil or more past. First the Beck Tunnel
Wu found the ore. and the Colorado was
IN heir apparent. When the Colorado
WA came inio its own. the Sioux became
Ik tho heir. When the Sioux came into
IB its own. the Iron Blossom stepped up
Hi a notch and posed as the heir. Now
H tli.it the Iron Blossom has reached ma
ll turitj' apparcntlv. the Tintic Central
n is the heir apparent, which honor it, is
0 to share with I ho South Iron Blossom.
Itg Ilow far this series of steps will go re
mm mains to be seen, but no one now
III should have the courage to doubt that
WM the ore body extends far south when
H the majority of people were surprised
CD that the Sioux got it, and so much more
IB astonished when the Iron Blossom
mm showed its heels to the shorts. And,
Ira by the way. there has been some
squeezing of the shorts during the past
Ih few da vs.
fig The .excitement yesterday in the pit
1H was intense. Brokers howled and
M fought to fill (heir orders, the curfew
Sffi whistle even would not have been
IN heard had it been turned loose- in the
fitfj room. Only once during the day did
Vm the excitement cease, and that was
JRI when several square yards of Iho ceil
jfajj ing broke and dropped several hundred
IPS pounds of plaster on the heads of the
I'll audience. The discovery that no one
jnlj was hurt, but that, many hats had
fflfl paid the penalty of their owners' pres
lu ence in the" room, cave an opening for
M ? moment's good laugh, then the bnsi-
gness went on again.
There was an bundance of i-vcile-ment
left over for tho afternoon ses
sion, but prices wero whittled down
matVrialb', nil the boomers going down
Tile metal quotations for Monday,
posted by McCornick ,fc Co.. were as fol
lows: Sliver, filic; lead, $1.10; cooper,
I ilfi 7. OBERNDOltFER, STOCK BUO
M KER. 1G1 fl. Main. Tel. Bell 792.
H Is In tliu sh'-'.OU class in price only
H soft m! 1 uf Qerby.
Tribune Agents In Nevada.
Copies of The Tribune will be found
on sale In Nevada at tho following:
Bauvard R. Llvcrmorc.
Callentc John Shier.
Cherry Crock Grey & Collins.
Cobrc Richard Richards.
Columbia B. I. Barlow.
Elko A. II. Cochrane.
Ely Harvllle Stationery Co.; Graco
Faxon; Walden & Burnett.
Fallon Black's N P. Agency.
Goldfiold Louie Polln.
Las Vegas Wilson Drug Co.
Lovelock Charles N. Baker.
Mazumn McLean & Dally.
Plocho A. A. Carman: Plocho Drug Co.
Rawhide Mrs. I. Davis; Louis Polln.
Reno Rosenthal & Armanka. Shepard
Rhyollte Tho '"Crescent."
Tonopah T. a. Oldfathcr.
Wonder- Adams Bros.
Ycrlngton G. E. Lcavltt & Son.
LIMITLESS MONEY FOR
BUYING MINING STOCKS
Monday's business In tho local ex
change was a reminder of tho boom at
tending the strike of oro last June In
Iho Sioux Consolidated. Yesterday was
a remarkable, day, anil there seemed to
bo no end of orders for everything lo
cated In or near the Tintic camp. The
present amount of money In Utah for
stock speculation seems to como from a
bottomless pit. and even deeper Is the
amount of optimism holding the key to
the fund. The total trading done amount
ed to IC4.7G4 shares, of the market valuo
Tho following wore tho closing unllst
ed and listed stock transactions;
Hid. IAskcd.1 Sold Fori
B. C. Stand.lf .3S $ .39 IS
Utah Mine.. I 1 .474 axW.;:-
V Tr 11111 ..I .29 .35 I 3n
Cedar j .08
Stand Cop ..I .17 1 .1
I A M. P. M.
I Bid. IAskcd.ll Bid. AskcdT
Addle. .. ..IS $ .09 $. $ -09
Ajax 27 .285 .27 .2SS
Albion 22 .......
Alice 2.00 2. -10 2.00 2.10
Beck Tun.. .80 .SS .S5 .S7
Big Hill ... .05 05 .......
B. Amalg.. .11 .151 .H -155
Blk. Jack.. .3d " .::9 .3G .3(
Bon. Brier 03 02
Boston Con. 13.50 13.50
Brkln Con.. .01 .0.
Bullock ... .0S3 .09 :0S3 .091
Century ... .10 ,1." .10
Carlsa SI .S7 .SO .Sn
Col. Con... 1.273 1.30 1.271 1-10
Colo Mng. . ::.10 3. in 3.10 3.121
Con. Mcr 35 3o
Cr. Point.. .201 -27 .201 .27
D. -Judge .. 1.50 -1.50 ..
Dragon Iron .30 .37 .3a .375
Drom. K 10 10
E. & B. B.. .75 1.00 .70 1.00
Eagle's N 07 .07
E. Cr. PI.. .051 .051 .Oni .0oi
E. Tin. Cn. .OS .OSi .0SJ .09
E. T. Dev. .15 .10 .15 'li
Kmornld 20 20
Galena 04 01 ..---
Godlva 30 -SO
G. Clr. Cr 30 -!0
Goldll'd D.. .05 .90 .to
Gr. Central 3.071 3.15 3.071 3.121
Ibex Gold 10 .09 .10
Ind. Qn 09 .091 .OSi .09
liisiot .. ..j .OH I .02 ) .013 -02
Inyo Gold 051 .05 .Ob
Iron Bios.. 3.17a 3.20 3.121 3.1i4
Iron Hat... .01 ' .02
I. King Con .10 .IS i .15 .11
.1. Bowers.. .01 01
Keystone . .29 .30 .29 .30
King David 51 .'10 .31
King Win.. .391 .12 .3S .11
Lead King. .01 .02 .01 ;.
Little Bell. 2.15 2.15 2.40
Little Chief .25 .30 .291 .30
L. Mam 221 .21 .2:: .21
MiLSOii V.. 2.271 2,35 2.20 2.221
May Day .. .25 .27 .25- .30
MI. Lake .. .37 .39 .375 .33
New Brit 31 31
Nov. 1'rvw .03 03
Nov. Hills. 1.50 1.521 1.50 1.55
Ncwhouse . 1.75 -1.90 4.75 1.95
New York . .05 05$ .061
No. Cllft .. .01 .021 021
Ohio Cop... C.40 C.50 Coo
Plocho Met. .25 .30 I .2S .256
Plutus .. . 20i 20
Prince Con. 1.271. 1.32! 1.30 1.321
R. fe Ana J .15 1
Sacramto . .03 .01 .03 .01
Scot. Chief I .03 03
Seven Tr. .. .151 . -lt5 .17 .lil
S. K. Coal.. . 3. SO 3.90 3. SO 3.R7J
fill. Shield.. .11 .121 .11 .121
Sioux Con. 1.20 1.221 1.171 1-20
S. Col. Con. .45 .47 . 13 .40
So. Pad He f 12
So. Swansea 04
Swan. Con. .2S- .29 .2S .29
Swan. Ex.. .041 .011 .011 -041
Stray Dog . .02 ... ! .03
So. Ir. Bios .091 .093 -0SJ .09
Texan ... .10 .15 ... ...
Tintic Cen- .221 -23 .201 .21
Tlnllc Com .OS .0S3 -OiJ .Obi
Tintic Sll 14 .22 .27
Tin Sll Cr. .22 j
Uintah .30 30
Uncle Sain. .73 . .74 .i0 .!
Unit Mer 02 02
U Stales .- 40.00 10.00
Utah C Tin .22 .221 .22 .22
Victor U .111 .11;
Victoria ... 1.971 2.00 1.97?. 2.021
Wabash ... -OS .10 .OS .10
W N Cop .. .45 .50 . 15 .50
Yankee ... .2$ 28
Yer Copper.. 0S1 -OS .0SJ
Yor Nat C .10 I .10
Zcnoli 10 !) 10
Bullock, 2000 at 9lc; 1500 at 9c.
Carlsa. 500 at 90c; 500 at SSc; 500 at SCc.
Colorado, 150 at $3.10; 100 at ?3.15, buyer
Columbus Consolidated. 100 at $1.30; 200
East Crown Point. 5000 at 5c; 9000 at
5?c; 3500 at 51c.
Crown Point, 500 at 25c: -1600 at 20Jc:
1000 at 27c, buyer sixty days: 2500 at 27jc;
1300 at 27c: 500 at 201c seller sixty days;
1000 at 201c. seller ten days.
East Tintic Consolidated, 1300 at Sic;
2000 at Sic seller sixty days.
Indian Queen. 3000 at 91c; 500 at 9c.
Invo, 2000 at 5c
Iron Blossom. 200 at S3.10; 500 at $3.15;
2000 at $3 171; 3700 at $3.22; 1400 at ?3.25;
4S00 at S3.20; 500 at $3,225. buyer sixty
davs: 1000 at S3. 25, buyer sixty days.
Iron King, 500 at 19c; 2000 at ISc
Lower Mammoth, 500 at 23c.
May Day. 500 at 25c.
Nevada Hills, 2100 at 51.52J.
Ohio Copper. 200 at 50.50.
Prince Consolidated, 100 at $1,271; .100
Scvc-n Troughs, 1000 at 17c; 1000 at ldc;
1000 at ISc
Sioux Consolidated. 1200 at $1.25; 1000
South Columbus, 100 at 47c; 500 at 45c.
South Iron Blossom, 33,500 at 10c; 1000
at lO-'.c. buyer sixty days; 0000 at 9Sc;
14.000 at 91c.
Swansea Consolidated, 500 nt 2Sc.
Swansea Extension, 1000 at -Sic.
Tintic Central, 7000 at 25c; 500 at 2 lie,
sollrr live days; 3500 at 24c; 0500 at 3c:
11,000 at 22ic; 1000 at 22ic, seller sixty
days; 15po at 23c. buyer slx.ty da'3; 1000
at 251c. buyer sixty days,
Tintic Combination. S00O at Slo; 1000 at
Uncle Sam, 20y at 71c; 500 at 72c; S00 at
Utah Consolidated, 1200 at 23c; 7000 at
Victoria, 100 at $2.
lii-ck Tunnel. 10U0 ut S7e; 700 at SOc.
! Black Jack, 1000 at 37c, buyer sixty
I i!: 1000 at 30c.
' Carina. 50,0 at SOc.
I Crown Point. 000 at "7lc, buyor sixty
dav; 3000 at -27c; 1500 at 20c; 2000 at
' Karl Crown Point, 3000 at 51c; 3000 nt
! EojU Tlntii- Development. 2000 at 10c;
j 2in at 15 ic.
I Indian Queen, 1000 at 9.1c
! bi.it B)o::Kom. 100 at C3.20; 100 at $3,221;
I ot 13.17.
Pitin-e. 100 nt $1.30..
; ftton Troughs, 2500 at 13c.
Swans-a. 3u0 at 2Sc; 500 at 20c, buyer
; sixty days.
1 Sllvi.-r King. 50 at $3.S0.
South Iron Blobsom, 1000 at 91c; 500 at
10r; 1000 at 9Jc: 1000 at 0c.
I Sioux Cob.. 500 at $1,224. buyer sixty
days; 500 at 31.221; '4000 at $1.20.
I Tintic Central, 1000 at 254c buyer
ILIIKOIS M IK
Nevada Humboldt Mine Gives
Quick Returns to the
PASSES THROUGH ZI0N
Leasers Get Splendid Rock,
While Company Is Close
'The luck of tcndcrfccl; or, who
had (he weakness to sell?" might
make a fitting title to a story that
might be written about the property in
Black canyon, Humboldt . mining dis
trict, of tho Nevada Humboldt Mining
company. About a year ago this prop
erty was sold to several well-known
Rockford (111.) peoplo, and thoy got to
work on the group to sco if thoy could
got their mono" buck.
On Sunday thero visited Salt Lake
F. M. Smith and A. Parson, two of
these Illinois parties, and thoy wero
fairly bubbling over with joy at their
good fortune. Thoy had boon al. the
mine for several days, and returned
cast with a9 much bonnnza high-grado
gold ore as ono strong man would de
sire to carry, and with what is much
better than "that, extremely good news
for their Illinois associates.
Tf. is on the Nevada Humboldt prop
erty that one of the really sensational
finds of high-grado ore has been made
during Iho new year, and the find
joined with others in the near vicinity
is going to he responsible for a new
camp, a new boom, and what apparent
ly seems to bo a new producing point
of the Sagebrush state. Local and Ne
vada circles call it the luck of tender
feet, but n tenderfoot who gets down
and diss a hard as this Illinois crowd
has doio- deserves all the returns that
Tho latest news from the Nevada
Humboldt is that tho leasers are still
in this rich ore. and thnt the company's
long tunnel soon will be close to the
point where this same vein should be
tapped at a vertical depth of 300 feet.
This work should have no small inllu
once on the Black ennyon section, and
should the work result favorably, as an
ticipated, there would be no reason whv
Black canyou should not become one of
the most attractive points of Nevada.
Near tho Black canyon properties is
the Imlay, a Salt Lako proposition that
rcccnt-lv oncountercd another fine body
of milling ore on the 200-foot level
south of tho shaft, a find that makes
tho company's own milling plant soon
to bo installed an absolute necessity.
COLUMBUS CON. SENDING
IN ITS ORE STEADILY
That tho snowslldos al Alta have loft
the Alta-Conllnontal tramway unharmed,
tho tram over which the Columbus Con
solidated company sends Its ores from
the mlno to Tanners flats, was vouched
for Monday by President Charles A. Wal
ker. Mr. Walker stated that tho Colum
bus Is making steady shipments of oro
now, and everything looked promising for
this campaign to continue.
IRON BLOSSOM POSTS
ITS STOCK DIVIDEND
Special to Tho Tribune.
PROVO, Feb. 15. Tho Iron Blossom
'company today declared a stock dividend
of 90,000 shares of treasury stock, which
will lavc 10,000 still unissued In tho
treasury. The striko Is opening up big,
and tho directors see no need In retain
ing this treasury stock longer.
The Taylor & Briuiton company Mon
dav released 11 cars of ore from Utah
and 2 cars from Nevada camps.
sixtv davs: 2000 at 25c. buyer sixty days;
300 at 24c; 1000 at 231c buyer sixty days:
1 1.000 at 23c; 1500 at 22Jc; 1000 at 22c,
seller sixty days.
Tintic Combination, 3500 at Sir. buyor
sixty davs: 3500 at Sic; 1000 at Sic, buyer
sixty days; 3000 at Sc.
Victor Con., 500 at 11c.
Utah Con.. 3500 at 22c.
Beck Tunnel. 300 at SCc.
Black Jack, 500 at 30c; 100 at 30ic.
Carlsa. 300 at Sic.
Columbus Consolidated. 100. at $1.30.
Crown Point, 5500 at 201c; 500 at 20c;
East Crown Point. 2000 at 5Jc.
East Tlnllc Consolidated, 1000 at S.lc;
2000 at Sic.
East Tintic Development. 1000 at 151c;
500 at 10c. buyer sixty days.
Indian Queen. 1500 at 9c.
Iron Blossom, 1000 at $.1.15; 250 nt
King William. 100 at 39a.
Little Chief. 1500 at 30c.
Lower Mammoth. 100 at 23c; 1000 at
iMason Valley. 100 at $2,271; 500 at $2.20,
seller thirty days; 200 at $2,274, buyer
sixty davs: 600 at $2,221.
Mountain Lako. 200 at 07ic: 200 at 3Sc.
Ohio Copper. 200 at SG. 15.
Ploche M"talH. 2000 at $2,271.
Seven Troughs, 1000 at 10c; 1500 at
101c: 1500 at 17c. i
Silver King Coalition. 200 n $3.S5,
Sioux Consolidated. 1100 at $1.20.
South Iron Blossom, 500 at 9c; 2500
at 91c; 5000 at 9c, seller sixty days; 2000
Swansea Extension, 1000 at He.
Tintic Central. 500 at 22c; 10.S00 at 21c;
7000 at 201c; -10,500 at 20c.
Tintic Combination, 2000 at Sc.
Uncle Sam, 200 at 72c; 100 at 71c.
Utah Con., 1500 at 22ic; 1000 at 23c,
buyer sixty dayn. "
Victoria. 100 at $2,021.
Ycrlngton, 500 at Sc.
Beck Tiuinel. -1000 at SCc; 1000 at S7c,
buyer forty days.
Black Jack, 500 at 35c.
Colorado. 000 at $3.10; 100 at $3,121.
Crown Point. 2200 at 20c; 9000 at 201c;
5000 at 27c. buyer sixty days.
Carlsa. 716 at Sic.
East Crown Point. 2000 at 51c. buvor
sixty days: 1100 at 5Jc; 0500 at 5Je; -1000
at 5 c.
East Tlnllc Con., 2500 at Sic
East Tintic Dev., 1500 at 15e; 500 at
151c, buyer sixty days.
Indian Queen. 200 at 91c,
Iron Blossom. 100 at $3.15; 550 at $3,121:
1900 at S3.10; 1200 at 53.071.
Iron King. 500 at 171c.
Little Chief, 1500 at 30c.
Mountain Lake, -100 at 3Sc.
Nevada Hills. 100 at $1.50.
Plutus. -100 at 04c; 1000 at 20Ac, buyer
South Iron Blossom. 500 at 91c, buyor
sixty days; 1500 at 9c; 3500 al 83c.
Sioux, 1SO0 at 51.20. 200 at S1.17J.
Tintic Central. 1000 at 21c; 3500 at 2pic,
buyer sixty days; 2000 al 20c. buyer six'tv
days; 500 at 20c.
Utah Con.. 1000 at 22c.
Victoria, 100 at 52. .. . ..
Ycrlngton. 500 at iii ' ",'.''.
TWO CUSTOM PLANTS
FOR CHAFEV CAMP
Barber Canyon Company Plans
Second Tcn-Stamn Mill
for District. .
Chafey interests aro now haviurr one
ten-stamp custom mill built, and
Charles Taylor, general manager of the
Chafey Consolidated Leasing company,
stated yesterday that (ho Rawhido Free
(fold Mining and Milling company was
planning another custom plant, tho mill
to be located in tho Barber Canyon sec
tion of the district. This Eawhido
company is tho owner of n largo sec
tion of Harbor Canyon, and the Chafey
Consolidated compan3' has a lease on
a portion of tho same, on which it is
hard at work.
This work is boiug dono under the
direction of Mr. Taylor, and ho said
yesterday that the company was busily
engaged in straightening out its shaft
and in installing the gasoline hoist
which left Salt Lako two weeks ago.
The 6h:ft is down 58 foot, and a drift
on tho 50-foot level is now in progress
to keep in touch with tho largo vein.
When tho hoist is ready for action, tho
company will placo three shifts at work,
and depth will bo sought as fast 'ts
work can bo rushed. Mr. Taylor is
pleased with conditions at the property,
and believes his company will turn out
ono of the spectacular propositions in
the camp. He brings some fine looking
gold ore back from this lease. Tho Cha
fey Consolidated company is composed
of prominent Salt Lake interests.
Novadas in San Francisco.
James A. Pollock & Co.. bankers and
brokers, 0 West Second South street, fur
nish the following, received over their
private wire yesterday.
1 Bid. Asked"!
Sandstorm $ $ 15
Columbia Mountain 13 .;
Jumbo Extension . .1 -Ij;
Booth 22 .28
Blue Bull 11 -P-
Sllver Pick 09 ....
Nevada Boy 02
Black Butto Extension 02
Blue Bell 03 .01
Ulbernla v -02 .03
St. Ives 15
Lone Star , On .00
Oro 1 10 .11
Atlanta 1 -H
C.i-ont Bend 21 .23
Ited Top Extension .01 .0a
Florence 3.90 4.00
D'lU-ld P.. B. Cons. 08 .09
C old n eld Daisy "2 .73
Combination Fraction .... 1.12 l.lo
Great Bend Extension 03 .01
Croat Bend Annex 03 .0
Kewauos 22 .2J
Portland 03 ...
Cinckerjack 04 .0u
Bed Hills U .13
Lou Dillon 02
Yellow Tiger IS .19
Grnndhia 03 .01.
Goldilcld Consolidated .... 8.021 S.074
IVHold Triangle 02 .03
C. O. D I
Florom-e Extension 01 .0u
Gold Bar 20
Onhlr I? 1-25 $ 1.274
Mexican 70 .71
Gould & Curry 11 .15
Consolidated Virginia 17 .IS
Savage 19 .20
Hale & Norcioss 19 .20
Yellow Jacket 39 .40
Belcher 24 .23
Sierra Nevada 21 .25
Union 22 .23
Potosl I OS .09
I Bid. jAskofl.
Touopah TOxtensIon .0o $
MaeNaniara 7. .40 .11
Touopah Bolmonl v .SO
Touopuh North Star 03
Jim Butler 15
Mont Bullfrog 1$ $ .01
Mont. Bullfrog 01
National Bank 09
Amethyst .01 .05
Bonnie Chi re 05
Mayflower Cons 15 .10
Gold Scepter 01
Montgomery Mountain 10
Ilomcsuike Cons- '. .. .00
Tramp Cons 09 .10
I Bid. lAsked.
Manhattan Cons $ -.01 $ .05
Little Gray 01
Cow Boy 01
Ons Manhattan 01
Mineral 1 1 111 02
' OTHER DISTRICTS.
I Bid. lAsksd-
Nevada Hills $ 1.15 i$ 1.55
Pittsburg Silver Peak SO
Eagle's Ne3t 05 .00
Round Mountain 85 .90
Rawhide Queen Regent ... .20
Rawhide Coalition 10 .J7
Balloon Hill 02 .03
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 15. The offi
cial closing emulations for mining stocks
today were as follows:
Alpha-Con - $ .01 Ken Con .... ,02
Andes 09 Mexican .. .... 67
Belcher 23'Occl Con i,
Bast & Belcher .35 Ophlr i.o
Caledonia 00 Potosl QS
Chal Con lOfSavage is
Chollar 0? Scorpion OR
C C and Va .. .Jo Sen Belcher .. .03
Con Imp .. ... .""Silver IIII1 22
Cm Point 30, Union Con 23
Exchequer 20i:tnh Con 02
Gould & Currlo .MiYel .Tucket 33
Hale & Nor ... .16"
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Alice .... ....$2.O0;Lit Chief .. ..- .jo
Brun Con 03. Mexican 05
Com Tun st .. .21 Ontario 4. on
do bonds ... .ICjOphlr 1,25
G C and Va .. .11 Standard .. .. i-,o
Horn Silver ... -70Yel Jacket ... ,10
Lead Con Oil
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure ...$ 8.25 'M C and C.. .15
Allouc. ..11.50 'Nf-vada .. .. JS.37i
Amal "7.011 'Old Dom ... 52.25
Arlx Com 30.25 Osceola .. ..134.00
Atlantic . I". 3' Parrot .. .. 28.75
Butto Coal .. 21.2.1 Qnlncy .. .. 92.00
Cat & Ariz.. 100. 00 'Shannon J5.25
Cal & JIccln.G50.0Q JTani i 1 .00
Cent L:!-7ii !'r.rinlly .. .. 15.50
Con Range .. Ij,hO nit Cop ... J3.75
Dalv Wesl... 10.00 U S Mln 11.50
Fianklln .... 15.50 U R Oil .. .. 31.50
Granby .. ..101.00 Utah -11.25
Greene Can.. 10.50 Vlcto la .. .. 5.00
Isle Roy . . . . 32.02J Winona .. f . . 3 j i
Mass Mln .. 5.50 Wolvorlno ...IIS. 00
Mich 11.50 N;o Butlo .. 70.00
Mohawk .... 05.00
Tribune Want Ads.
! Bell phone 5201. Ind. phono 360-3-18.
TREASURE HILL HAS
STRUCK SOME K
Park City Property Headed by
Jesse Knight Is at Inter
Thero seems to be abundant reason
for Jesse Knight to doubt thai Iho
number thirteen is unlucky. It was on
last Saturday night, February lil, that
the Iron HlosBom management at Tin
lie drove the upraise in the east drift
into tho rich body of oro, and up at
Pnrk City, at the Uintah Treasure
Hill, another Kniyht proposition, on
Iho same evening tho manajiemrnl
drove tho south drift on tho 200-foot
lovol into what has every appearance
of makinc into a lypical body of Park
Thu (irsl intimation that the Uintah
Treasuro Hill companv has registered a
strike of ore came iNronday morninir,
when the brokers closo to the iuside be
gan bidding vigorously for tho stock.
Sales wero recorded from .'iO cents a
share at first, reaching up to 35 cents,
then dropping back to 29 cents a share.
Tt was learned that this south drift was
being sent into a good showing, details
of which wero not given out, but. as
this is tho first oro to bo found on the
(50 level, local officials deem it of much
Last; year the Uintah Treasuro Hill
and Creole properties wero consolidated,
the Creole property presenting ideal
workings' allowing easy reach into the
Treasure Hill resources. The nexL few
davs of development aro expected to
bring forth good results, and much in
terest attaches to the effort now being
made to bring this property into the
ranks of Park producers.
HOW B0ST0X REGARDS
FIGURES ON COPPER
Too much cannot be said In commenda
tion of the decision of the big copper- !
producing and refining Interests to maid "
public once a month official figures as j
to the output of copper and the amount
of merchantable metal on hand, says Iho j
Boston News Bureau. ,
These figures as of dale February 1.
published yesterday, resulted In dispelling
much apprehension which had existed In
copper circles as to the size of the rup
per aecumulallon. Estimates had been
published by a New York trado paper
which were known to be fireatly oxng
pcratod. but which nevertheless had
their effect in the absence of official
information, showing a world's accumu
lation of no less than 050.000.000 pounds of
Tho figures published yesterday, cover
ing probably 05 per cent of the copper
produced in this country. Canada and
McN'lco. and showing 111,000.000 pounds
of undelivered copper February 1. wero
construed as an evidence that after all
(ho copper metal situation Is not In such
a serious plight. It was shown, for In
stance, that of the Il2,0n0,000 pounds pro
duced. In January then- had been export
ed and dellvored to consumers 'JO.Oon.oOo
pounds. In other words, SO per cent of
the American production In January had
been contracted for.
It should be borne in mind, however,
that while the stock of marketable cop
per Is reported February 1 at M I.OOO.nnn
pounds, these figures do not include sup
plies held abroad.
On February 1 last, the so-called for
eign visible supply stood at 52.935 long
tons, or 11S.57LJ00 pounds, and to this
thre should be added the "Invisible
supply." or the surplus on tho other side
of the water, which Is not held by con
sumers or in public warehouses. At a
minimum this invisible supply Is prob
ably 50.000.000 pounds, which would bring
tho total world's accumulation at tho
present time up to 312,000,000 pounds, as
American surplus 111,130,013
Foreign visible supply in public
warehoufes .'. . .11S.57I.IO0
Estlin'd Invisible supply abroad 50.000,000
This total is between throe and four
months' supply at the present rate of the
CURTAIN FALLS UPON
THE H0NERINE COMPANV
It may smack some of ancient history,
but the fact Is on Saturday, February
13, Use evilly of redemption expired as
to tho Honorlne Mining company, and
as far as can be learned this means an
end of the company. The properties .of
tho old organization go to the creditors,
tho Buhl-Kimberly Interests, in payment
for a debt too overwhelming during tho
panic period for the .stockholders to sur
mount, and nothing was left but to allow
the proposition to pass to those entitled
to tho name by virtue of debts long due
and unpaid. This rings down the'eurtain
on what was onco known as ono of
Utah's great lead-silver mines, tho great
nst mine in Stockton, and one that was
considered well worth tho high price at
which tho stock sold just prior to the
beginning of Ihe-end Tho stock whs
above ?5 per shuro. and It waa thought
cheap nt the price. The minority stock
holders last year hoped for a tlmo to
moel the obligations of the company, but
on top of the panic, and a somewhat un
favorable report of an expert engaged for
examining tho mine, all plans fell through.
Tho question now presents Itself as'to
what the new owners will do with tho
property. A year or so ago, President
Geonjo A. Balrd In an Interview suggest
ed that the tunnel should be sent on
Into the hills to a great dike which was
serving as a dam to hold back the water.
Until the tunnel had lapped and drained
this accumulated water, it was not pos
sible ?o attempt sinking to lower levels
where, hi all reason, thero should be
found RTcatr-r resources than those on
and above tho tunnel level. The Uoner
Inc Extension company Is sending work
ings ahead on the upper level with good
results, virgin territory responding gen
erously with ore. and Mr. Balrd's pre
diction that depth would give similar re
turns may encourage the present owners
to resume development work.
SEVEN TROUGHS BULLION
EN ROUTE TO SALT LAKE
R. J. Evans received a message from
General Manager L. A. Friedman of 'the
Sryen Troughs Mining company on Mon
day, announcing thai ninety-three pounds
of gold and silver bullion had been
Khlpped from Wrnon for the Salt I.ako
government assay office. The propor
tions of the two motals iu lliTV bullion are
not known In Palt Lake, but the- value
of the same is estimated at any point be
tween 510,000 and 515.000. This Is not
the first shipment made from this well
known Seven Troughs mine, and the
message staUd that there Is lnoro bullion
to follow Immediately. The run camo
from 140 tons of ore, tho property being
originally known as the Falrvlew. By
reason of an unfortunate wording of a
modsnge announcing the facts from
Seven Troughs Sunday, the bullion was
stated to belong tb the Harris lease, a
lease located on this Fnlrvlew group.
No Eastern Markets.
Owing to the severe storms that have
been raging In the eastern country, thoro
wore no stock quotations from New York
or Boston received via the private wire
system of Pollock & Co. .Monday. . Thu
following Is ono dispatch that managed
to leak through:
Chicago. Boston quotations 011 coppers
were not available today, iu view of the
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Thursday's close Iu such slocks as
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announced that a 1 quarterly dividend
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Samuel Ncwhouse Goes East.
Sunday noon Samuel Newhouse left
Salt Lake for New York City. Mr. New
house left without taking the newspaper
fraternity Into his confidence, but it Is
presumed that before his return to Utah
ho will havo rounded out the Fink Smelt
ing company into permanent usefulness.
Ore and Bullion.
The ore and bullion report for Monday,
given bv. McCornick & Co.. was as fol
lows: Oio reccivod, $L'o,000i bullion
xrlbuno Want Ads.
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