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H 16 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1909. jU
I ELI AMALGAMATED
Ore Bodies Will Be Prospected
at Great Depth From
Formation Said to Be'-' Very
Similar to That of Tin-
As a result of tho visit of Joseph
R. Murdock. tho Ileber City hanker,
in tho Ely district,' it has boeu dooidod
to prosecute activo development work
I on tho property of tho Ely Amalfra
( runted company, Mr. Murdock is pros-
ident of the company, in which a niim-
ber of local peoplo aro interested, and
I after inspoctinc tho company's hold-
mps, it was decided to inaugurato a
j rnmpaicn of practical and systematic
development on tho two ore shoots al
i ready opened on tho claims.
I One of the shoots is that exposed
by eroding for tho pipo lino to the
smelter at McGill. which has been
htripped for a length of about thirty
feet and ten to fifteen foet in width.
Tho work has oponed up a bit: body of
high-grsdo lead that can bo mined
cheaply and which will pay handsome
ly when shipped to tho smelter. This
ore is now being extracted and tho
j fchoot will bo sunk on to prove up the
3 depth nnd dip, and a shaft will bo con
I tinned down, following the ore.
Some Oro Shipped,
j The other shoot is a continuation of
the original shoot, from which 100 tons
I of 71 per cent lead ore was shipped
3 some 3'oars ago. This is about 100 toot
Bouth of tho shaft from which that
ore was extracted, proving the shoot for
that length at least, but which is prob
ably much longer, as shallow prospect
ing shows tho ledge and high-grndo
float from it at a still greater distance
from tho old shaft. Tho ore occurs hero
on both sides of a soft streak eight to
ten inches wide which will facilitate
s.oking. Tho shaft will follow tho oro
I to prove tho true dip of tho ledge.
i Those two shoots are on parallel lodges
! and if tho work in tho shaft shows that
I the lodges will como together within
I a short distance, a straight shaft will
bo sunk between them to work both.
Hj Similar to Tintic.
If Mining men fnmiliar with tho great
lead-silver mines of Tintic havo pro
nounced the formation in which tho ore
is found on tho Elj Amalgamated as
! identical, and expressed the opinion
that development will make tho mines
I as great as some of the best in tho Utnh
district, from which millions in divi
deads havo been paid.
Tho Steptoo valley Smelting and
Mining company has agreed to furnish
water from tho pipo lino which crosses
tho Amalgamated group for all mining
purposes and the uso of all company
employes living on tho property. As
tho work progresses moro men will bo
put on nnd development of tho prop
cry will continue stcadil' in an effort
to mako the mines rogulnr producers
I TENNESSEE COPPER
NEW YORK. Nov, 21. The Tennessee
Copper company todny resumed the- pay
ment of dividends on Its Htock. declnr
Inp a dividend of $126 a sharo. The last
previous dividend was In September. 190S.
nnd was the same nmount ns that de
I Oro nnd Bullion.
The ore nnd bullion report posted
Wednesday by JlcCornlck ,M: Co. was as
follows: .Ore received, J7O.000; bullion
shipped, ilM.OOfl: total. 4200,000.
THANKSGIVING DAY RATES
Via Oregon Short Line, November 2-lth
and 25th, limit November 20th. City
Tickot Offico, 201 Main Street.
$4iiO. Removal sale. Carstcnscn &
FRUIT AND VEGETABLES IN
Thanksgiving. United Grocory Co.
I Tribune Want Ads.
n-.Jl Main 5200. Independent 3C0.
Mldglcy-Iindol Co.. 33 East 1st So.
I THERE IS AS MUCH DIFFER-
and the ordinary kinds as thorc
is between midnight and morn.
Electa coffee is put up osno
ciallv for ns in air-tight tins
while it is still hot from tho
This proserves tho original
flavor and is the distinguishing
mark which makes our cof foe
Sold here in one, two and five
pound tins'. You may order to
day by t el o phone.
It will be delivered in a jiffy. i
Four Stores Vhcrc tho Cars
HE'S A WONDER AND
YOU'LL WONDER WHAT
AT THE BUNGALOW.
" MARKET WAS FIRMER
A! WEDNESDAY CALL
Columbus Con. Regains lis
Strcngfh and Iron Blossom
Columbus Con. at yesterday's calls
on the local stock exchange was again
tho principal medium of tho day's
trading, and the prieo stiffenod up af
ter its rolapso on Tuesday to a high
soiling point at $1.00, tho bulk of the
transactions boing made at prices rang
ing from $1.-15 to $1.55 per sharo. In
spito of tho boarteh influences ox-
r ended on the stock, it shows indicat
ions of firm new at the advanced
mark, and in view of improved condi
tions at tho mine, it may bo oxpectod
to maintain a high figure after tho
present flurry in tho trading has sub
sided. Iron Blossom advanced to a soiling
prico of 72 cent during tho trading,
reports of an encouraging nature hav
ing come from the mine, where develop
ments on tho 1100 aro very satisfac
tory. Trading in Sioux Con. was ac
tivo at the morning call, and sold as
high as 40 cents in tho afternoon. Colo
rado was strong at SO cents, salon being
Among tho unlisteds McDonald Ely
was tho foaturc, it hoing understood
that an nctivo campaign of development
work is being plannod for that property.
Total sales Wednesday amounted to
02.5-10 Hharos, for which $47,1S1 was
nnid. Closing quotations and salos iol
low: UNLISTED STOCKS.
KMoml Ely J .IS J .20
McDonald Ely 30
Treasure Hill 11
Central Standard 30 .3
Plochft King 20
Morning union McDonald Ely. COO at
36c: 300 at 37c; 300 at 39c; Demijohn. 5000
at 71c; Opex, 1600 at l7Jc; Old American,
S00 nt 3c.
Afternoon salos Federal Ely, E00 nt
10c; McDonnld Ely. 1000 at 3fic.
A. M. II P- M.
Did. Asl;ed. Bid. AskouT
AJhx .. .. ? .21 I .2S I .23 $ IrT
Bock T 11
Big IIIU 02
Bingham A .10 .12 .10 .12 i
B Jack ... .OS 09 .10
Boston C . 20.00 21.00 I
Bullock ... .01? .02 .011 -02 I
Cedar-T .. .0i .05 .04 .0o
Century ... .06 051 .10
Colo Mng-.. .S7 .SS -S3 .00
Col Con ... 1.55 1.57s 1.&5 1.67
Cr Point .. .06 .06? .051 -061
Daly-J G.2S 5.25
Drom H 07. 07
Ely Cal ... .U .46 .41 .17
E & B B. .70 70
Eagle's N 06 .06
E Cr Pt 02 02
E Tin Dov .OS! .09 .0SJ .0SJ
Golden Rf 09 09
Gr Cent .. 2.35 2. in 2.35 2.40
Grutll 02 .03 .02 .03
Ind Qn ... .031 04 .041
Inyo Gold.. .051 .07 .05 .07
I Bios Gfi .67 .70 .72
I KInj- .15 .16 .15
L KIiik 001 ' .01 .001 -01
Lit Bell .. 1.55 1.57J 1.55 1.571
Lit Chf 56
L Mam ... .431 .41 .43 .41
M Valley . 1.90 1.921 1.921 l-?5
May Day . .11 .17 .14 .17
Mineral F . .001 .00? .001 .001
Mt Lako .. .031
Mt L Ex 01
Nov Brit .. .30 .50 . .30 .50
Nov IIIHs .73 .74 .. .71 .71
X'house ... 3.25 3.50
Now York. .10 .12 .10 .12
Ohio Cop . 5.30 5.25 5.50
Opohonpo . .20 20
Plocho M OS
Plutus ... .04 .06 .04 .05
Prlnco C .. 1.15 1.121 1.171
Provo OS .031 .OS .OS
Rod W .... 3.S5 4.25 3. So 4.05
U & A 10
R Troughs .09 .12 .09 .10
S Klnf .... 3.971 -06 3.971
S Shield .. .03
Slonx Con .. .47 .471 .471 .4S
South Col .. .073J .09 .OS .OS
So Iron B.. .00! .01. .001 .01
Swan Con . .02 f .08 .01j .021
Swan Ex 00
Tintic Cent .05 .07 .051 .051
Tin Hum 02
Uncle Shiti .46 .; 47 .IS
I'tah Con .. .07 .061 .07
Victor Con .04 .05 05
Victoria ... 1.571 1.57 ...
West Nov .. .30 20 .2S
Yan Con .. .10 .12 12
Yer Cop .. .01 .04? .01 .05
Bullock. 5000 at 2c.
Colorado. 300 at S7c: 200 'at S6c.
Columhus. 100 at 51.45; 1366 at $1.50;
300 at 51.47; 500 at 1.5. seller ten
days: 2400 at SI. 62; S00 at 51.47i. sollor
sixty days; 4100 at SI. 55; 500 at $1.57.
East Tintic Development. 1006 at Sc
International Potroleum and Oil, 200
Iron Blossom. 700 at 6Sc; 200 at 61c;
600 nt 65c; 2300 at 66c.
Little Bell. 100 at SI. 65.
Lower Mammoth. 600 at 44c.
Mason Valley. 20O at J 1.92.
Mountain Lake, 104M) at 4c.
Nevada Hills. 1100 at 74c.
Prlnco. 100 at 11.15.
Sioux Consolidated, 500 at 46c: 1000 nt
451c seller sixty days: 204) at 46c: 1100
at 46c, selior sixty days; 2900 at 47c; 500
Utah Consolidated. 2600 nt file; 40V
"Western Nevada. 600 nt 20c.
YcrlnRton. 3000 at 41c.
Shares sold. 37.066.
Selling value, S34.64S.
Bullock, 500 at 2c.
Columbus. 600 at J1.60; 100 nt 51 .625.
Mineral Flat. 2000 at Sc.
Tintic Central. 1000 at 61c; IHO at 6c.
buyer sixty days.
Utah Consolidated. 1600 at 6c
YorlnRton. 1000 at 4c.
Shares sold. 17.S00.
Selling vhIijm. $215.60.
Colorado. 130O at SOc.
Columbus. 3000 at $1.60: 000 At $1,621
600 at $167 ; 250 at S1.65. setlr tn days:
600 at SL66; 25 at Sl.60.
Graml Central. 200 nt $2.36; 3M at
Indian Queen. 600 at 31c; 1600 at 4c.
Iron Blossom, 600 at 70c; 3M at 71c:
100 at 72c. -.,
Lower Mammoth. 100 at 4 4c.
Prlnco Consolidated. 300 at $1.15.
Stoux Consolidated. 100 at 48c; 34M nt
. South Columbus Consolidated. MO nt
Tintic Central. MM Rt 6c: 64K9 at
ITnrlo Sam. 600 at (Sc.
Shares sold. 24.076.
Soiling value. $13.65.
Columbus. SOO at $1.53. scMar sixty
days; 600 at $1.53: 500 nt $1.57.
Indian Queen. 500 at 4c
Iron Bloseom. 100 at 72c; 400 at 73c
100 at 74c; too nt 73c. sellor sixty days. '
Iron Blossom. 3000 at lc
Lowor Mammoth. 1600 at 44c.
Mineral Flat. 1000 at ?e.
TncU Sam, 300 at 4Sc.
Utaii Con., 3004 at 61c buyer sixty
Ehrf3 sold. 12.700
SeWnj; value. jo 5.
Tribrme Want Ads,
I Bell MaitA 5200. Independent 360.
Manager Orem Pleased With
Railroad Progress, as
Well as Mine.
Manager W. C. Orem of the Nevada
Douglas company was scheduled to ar
rive homo last ovening from Nevada,
whore ho ha been on an extended visit
of inspection at tho mi no and along
tho routo of the new Wabuska-Yering-ton
railroad. Concerning rocont devel
opments in tho projects in which ho is
intorested, Mr. Orom whilo, in Verin g
ton, is quoted as saying:
"Tho railroad grade, js completed for
a distance of ten and a half miles and
tho ongino is now hauling ties and rails
ovor five miles of track. Tho Yering
ton should be completed before tho first
da- of Decomber. My oao ambition is
to see the railroad completed to tho
mouth of tho Nevada-Douglas shaft.
Our company can then commence to fill
our orders for gypsum; moreover, wo
will then' be ablo to demonstrate what
wo havo for t-o long a time claimod,
that the Novada-Douglas is a whale
of a mine. I havo traveled up and
down tho proposed routo from here to
tho Nevada-Douglas and I can seo no
roason why tho balance of tho road can
not bo completed as rapidly as tho por
tion from NVnbuska to Yorington and
Has Big Deposits.
Tho Novadfi -Douglas for two yoara
mado regular shipments of high-gTade
copper oro lo Chicago. It was used
pnncipnllj' in tho manufacturo of chonp
jewelry and adornmonts for homo fit
tings, such as lamp stands, paper
weights, etc. Tho freight charges
alono on theso shipments would pay
a nice dividend. Tho amount of tin
high grado nbovo tho -100-foot lovol is
almost incalcuablc, and below that level
groat deposits of copper glanco havo
como in. It is possible the compnn',
as soon as tho railroad is completed,
will mako shipments of high-grade, but
until tho smelter is finished it would
ha nil- bo doing tho property justice
to aggressively work- tho mine and per
mit tho railroads to derive tho chief
Ore shipments reported Wednesday by
the local samplers follow: Tfcylor-Brun-ton,
C cars of Utah; Ploncor, 3 cars of
Tho motal quotations furnished "Wednes
day by McCornlck & Co. follow: Silver.
50jc; copper, ISic; load. $1.40.
Boston Coppor Market.
James A. Pollock & Co., bankers and
brokers, furnish the following, received
ovor their private wire yesterday after-
BOSTON COPPER RANGE.
1 Snlcs.l II. I L. IClso
Boston Con 22.535 218 1D11 218
Butte Coalition .... 3.015 30? 30 j 301
Butte Si London 25c 25c 25c
Calumet & Arizona . 150 1051 105 1105
Con Mercur 17c 12c 12c
Copper Range 1.110 S4 83 S31
Cumberland Ely 143 RE Sj SI
Dnly Wosj. 240 Ii 0 9
Davis-Daly ...... 1,235 Ch G CI
East Butto 12J 121 123
Ely Con 90c S5c S5c
Glroux Con 2.205 11 101 111
Gninby Con 103 102 102
Greenc-Cunanea . .. 6.S60 121 12 121
Nevada Con 3,211 281 2CJ 273
Nevada-Utah 3O0 U U 1:
Nlplsslng 470 101 10J 10
North Butte ' 3.050 C41 G3J 64i
Trinity 170 11 11 11
U S Smelter com .. 37G 553 55i 551
preferred 53 521 521
Utnh Con 712 468 4GJ 4C1
Superior & Boston .. 240 15 15 15
Ray Con SO 21 2J 21
La Rose 2.310 41 41 4 4
BOSTON COPPER CLOSE.
Ahmoek 215 230
Black Mountain 75c S6c
Cobalt Central 2Sc SOc
Goldtleld Consolidated .... 7J S
Florenco 21 21
Rhyollto Coalition , '19c -20c
Ray Consolidated 201 21
Queen 2Sc JOc
Yukon .- 5 51
Chlno - Si SI
Inspiration '7 71
Adventur 51 6
Arizona Commercfnl 45 451
Granby 102 ; 10J
La Salle 153 1
Maxlco Consolidated ' .51
Osceola. 159 1G0
Qulncy SG 87
Tamarack .' G6 GS
Utah Copper GU Gil
Winona 71 7$
Wyandot 21 2j
Hancock 19 20
Newhouso 31 4
Apex 4 5
A & M 40c 50c
Begolo 11 13
Boston Ely 3 3 1-1G
Ely Central 1 7-1G 11
First National 61 G 5-16
Daisy 7c 8c
Indiana ; S 81
Majostlc 1 1
Onoco 11 2
Raven $Jc S6c
San Antonio 10 101
Leaf 14c 15c
Tonopah 6 61
Yuma If 11
GlJa. Si 3
Chlf .... 11 1 9-16
Atlantic Ill 13
Centennial iS 301
Franklin 141 17
Massachusetts 7 71
Mohawk GS 63
Old Dominion Ml 6X1
Parrot M Wl
Shannon 161 181
Tnne Ceppor 464. 41
Woiverlns 14 149
Zinc 34)1 JS1
Corbln : 213 22
Glroux Hi m
Hlv4tia tl 7
Lake 4ti M
Mlarol 17 178
North Lako 8 S3
S & P 1611 17
$107 upward. Removal sale. Carsten
son & Anson Co.
Nevada News Agents.
Bauvard A- C Peaco.
GoWflakl Loulo Polln.
Hawthorno Louie Polln.
Klmborley Shoklon Lownoy.
Lovelock Blblo Bros.
Midas Mrs. C, A. Harrlncton.
Rawhide Louie Polln.
Reno Hotel Golden Ncwi Stand; Ro.
en thai A: Arrnanka: Shcp&rd Si Son.
Yerlngton F. M. Burner.
WJnnemuccfl Pearce A Chose.
Cobre Richard Richards.
Cherry Crwk Grey & Collin 1.
Klko Wheel er Co.
Ely Grace B. Faxon: Harvlllo Station
McGill M. Herman; WakUm & Bur
nett. Rhyoltte The Crescent.
Plochp Ploche Drf Co.
Callentc John Shier; Thomas Hlm-trceL
J. W. CCRRIE, ASSAYER,
70 W. 3rd So., Salt Lake City.
Local Ofliciais Have as Yet
Nothing to Say Regard
Tho report rccoived Wednesday from
Boston to the effect that tho consum
mation of tho Boston Co asoli dated -Utah
Copper deal had boon finally of
t opted was probably somewhat protna
turo. At least local officials of those
companies rofaso to confirm an- such
Tho eastern dispatch stated that tho
control of Boston Con. had passed to
tho Utah Copper company, tho trans
fer having ben made oa tho basis of
one share of Utah for two and ono-half
sharo of Boston Coa. It was under
stood, also, that if Utah Copper goes
into tho big coppor mercer proposed,
Boston Con. coos also.
President Samuel Newhonso of the
Boston company, when asked if he
could c've ny information on tho mat
ter, replied pood-natu redly: "I can.
but 1 won't. ' lr. Newhouso further
explained that ho was really not in a
position to mako any authoritative
statement on tho question as matters
now stand, but added that when tho
proper time comes, if it doos come, tho
public will bo mado acquainted with
Manacor .Tackling of tho Utah Cop
por company deniod any knowlcdgo of
any such deal having been mado, and
stated further that no "official" ne
gotiations looking to such an end had
been entered into.
CALUMET AND HECLA
BOSTON. Nov. 24. A quarterly divi
dend of $S a share was declared today by
tho directors of tho Calumet fc Hocla
Mining company. Tho rate Is tho same
aa that of throo montha ago, and brings
tho total dividends for the year to 27.
compared to 20 in 100S. With the "pay
ment of today's dividend, tho stockhold
ers will havo received $105,650,000 since
the formation of the company.
EAGLE BIRD WILL
NOW BE DEVELOPED
Jacob Myers, a well-known mining man
of this city, has returned from Boston,
where he has been on business connected
with the Eagle Bird Mlnlnp and Milling
company of BlnKham. While In tho east.
Mr. Myers disposal of J'-SjOOO worth of
stock in his company at tho rate of 05
cents per share. It Is tho Intention of
tho company now 10 commence tho de
velopment of their claims on an exten
sive scale, and from all indications a hip
mlno will be mado of tho now promising
New York Mining Stocks.
James A. Pollock & Co.. bankers and
brokers, furnish tho following, rccolvod
over their private wire yesterday after
noon: NEW YORK LISTED STOCKS.
I Salcs-I II. I L. Cla7
Newhouse .... .... 200 3J 3i 31
Utah Copper 30,400 62 D9i 01!
Tonnossee Copper .. 1.-100 41 40 401
NEW YORK CURB RANGE.
I Sales.! II. L. Clao
Boston Con I 30,000! 21!j 191 211
Cobalt Central 23c 2Sc 2Jc
Ely Con 15.000 06c S4c 5i)c
First National Cop Gjj 6! 61
Glroux Con 4,0 Hi 10! 11
Inspiration Copper .. 300 il d 71
Kins Edward B i 9
Miami Coppor 2,500 12 16 li
Mont-Shoshonc 18 11 l
Ncvnda Con 1.500 2S1 261 2i
Nevadu-Utah U H li
Ray Central 2.u00 2! 21 'U
Ray Con 10,000 21 21 211
Tintic Mining 2ic 2c 2c
Yukon Gold l.oOO al 5 6
Cumberland Ely S SS 88
Gila Copper 600 Si Si Sj
Chlno Copper 3.500 SI SI SI
Ohio Copper 4,000 51 5 b
La Rose ! i
NEW YORK CURB CLOSE.
I Bid. lAskodT
Butto & London 25 36
Niplsslnp 101 101
Dnvis-Daly 6 Gl
Dominion Copper 2 5
Ely Central 1 7-16 11
Furnace Creek 8c 12c
Greene G & S com 2c Gc
Mitchell l-16c lc
Nevada Smelting ........ J 1
Silver Queen 2fic 29c
Silver Lenf 16c ISc
Foster Cobalt 40c 45c
McKlnley-Darragh SOc S5c
Gibraltar lc 3c
North Butte Extension ... 2 5
Ncvadas in San Francisco.
.Tamos A. Pollock & Co.. bankers and
brokers. 6 West Second South struct, fur
nish the following, received over their
private wire this afternoon:
I Bid. jAskd"
Sandstorm $ .03 $
Columbia Mountain 05
Jumbo Exionslon 13 .14
Booth 09 .10
Blue Bull 03 .01
Sllvor Pick , OS .09
Bluo BU 02 .03
St Ives 09
Lone Star 2 .01
Oro 03 .01
Atlanta U .IS
Rod Top Extension 01 .02
Florence 2.55 2.60
D'rteld B B Con 01
Goldfleld Daisy 07 .03
Combination Fraction .... .2 .53
Great Bend Annx 01
Groat Bend Ex 01
Kewanos 6 .06
Francis Mohawk H
Red Hills OS
Yellow Tiger ft .04
Goldflokl CoiwoJIdRtod 7.4 7.90
Diamond flM Triangle 01
C. O. D 07 ...
Florence Extension 01
Opblr 1.65 1.671
Mexican l.M 1.3S
Gould and Curry SC .26
Consolidated Virginia ST .55
Savag 4S .M
Hal ami Norcros 41 .15
Y allow Jacket tl
3lcbr SO .-4....
Slrr Nevada 40
Cnollar SI ...
Tonopah Nevada 6.4M
Montana Tononali SS .34
Tonopah CxUnwton 4J .14)
MacNantani a .K
Midway 1 .11
Tonopah Belmont M .70
Wost 15nd Conolldiel 2
Bonnie Clare 14
Mayflower CoaiolMAted .. .Of .10
Montgomery Mountain 0!
Homeatake Cotiolldated .01
Tramp Con ( .04
Manhattan Cono4kUtl .. .M .OS
DtxUr tl .0
Klrvtw Kagle 08
Nada Hills 70 .7r.
IJftaturg Silver Peak ....... -65
P urd Mirtatn .. 1 ,f5
li-v.r U O-a.-tln 1 19 '
EASTERN PRINCE WILL
BE ILL DEVELOPED
Local Mining Men Plan to Start
Work in Piocbe Next
According to A. E. Bovoridge, one of
the local interests in the controlling
company, the work of development of the
Eastorn Prince raining property, in the
Pioche district, will b started oa the
first of the month on a larger scale
than has ever been attempted at this
mine in thoTpBsL A 300-foot fthaftYs
to bo sunk, sccordintr to Mr. Bevcridco;
a completely equipnl hoisting plant is
to be installed, and necessary shops
will be erected on tho surface, in order
that work may be proMtou rapidly
Tho holdings of tha Eastern Princo
romps ay consist of seven and n fraction
claims, located originally by Richard
f'hppe. formerly snporintendont of the
Prince Con. mine, and it is the opinion
of Mr. Bevoridge and others who hnvo
studiod the proposition that the rich
beddwl planes of the Prince ground
project into Eastern Prince territory.
Work so far done on tho Eastorn Prince
consists of shallow shafts, and tho
shou-ings made as a result of these
operations havo led those interested
into tho belief that with docpor work
ings big oro bodies will be uncovered.
A manganese capping extends over
tho company's claims, and this has
been proven up for a depth of thirty
foot. The ground is crossed by two
woll defined Assures, such as hnvo been
domonstrntod to feed tho rich bedded
pianos in tho properties where moro ex
tensive dovolopmont has been ac
complished. Tho contact is between
tho limo nnd shalo formations, charac
teristic of the district.
Oro at Depth.
In fho opinion of Mr. Bovoridge, tho
rich oro channels which havo proven
such n source of rovonuo in tho Prince
Con. will bo encountered in I ho East
Princo property at a. depth of from 300
to -100 feet, and it is with theso do
posits as an objective point that work
will bo prosecuted.
Murray C. Godbe, whoso long ex
porienco in tho mines of the Piocho din
trict has given him a first-hnnd knowl
edgo of the minoral possibilities of thnt
section, is interested in tho company,
as aro O. V. Powers and Judge
It is stated that tho company has
bcoon finnncod in a manner which will
mako possible tho completion of tho
work now planned, nnd Mr. Boveridgo
will lcavo on or about the 1st of the
month to get oporations under way.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 24. Tho offi
cial closing quotations for mining stocks
today were as follows:
Alta ? .10 Ken Con 10
Alpha Con 09 L. Wash C IK
Andes 17 Mexican 1.321
Belcher 9S Occl Con 2fi
Dost & Bolcher .55 Ophlr 1.521
Bullion 17 Overman 55
Caledonia 30,PotosI 45
Chnl Con 2,Savngo 50
Chollar 27 Scorpion 00
Conlldoncc 05, See Belcher ... .10
C C and Vn .. .8S Slorra Nev ... .53
Con Imp 04ISI1 1I1I1 Of.
exchequer 19UnIon Con 50
Gould & Currlo .25' Utnh Con 00
Halo & Nor ... .4fi'Yel Jacket ... .90
Julia OS N York Con .. .51
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Allco $2.00,Iad Con 05
Brun Con OSlLlt Chief 0C
Com Tun st .. .2S Mexican 1.20
do bonds 22 Ontnrlo 2.26
C C and Va ... .S4 Ophlr 1.40
Horn SlI 70 Standard .. .. 1.25
Iron Sllvor 1.65 Yel Jacket 90
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventuro ..$ 5.75 Mohawk .. .. C2.50
Amal SO. 00 Nevada .. .. 27.C21
Ariz Com .. 46.00 Old Dom .. 52.50
Atlantic 11.50 Osceola .. ..159.00
Butto Conl .. 30.25 Parrot 30.00
Cal & Ariz ..106.00 Qulncy .. .. SG.00
Cal A- IIecIa.C80.00 Shannon .. .. 16.26
Cop Range .. 83.25 Tarn C6.00
Daly W .... 9.00 Trinity .. ..11.00
Frnnklln .. .. 16.50 II S Mln ... 5R.00
Granby 102.00 Utah 46.25
jreono Can.. 12.25 Victoria .. .. 3.50
Isle Roy .... 6.16 Winona .. .. 7.371
Mass Mln .. 7.00 Wolverlno ..145.00
Mich C.C2i'No. Butte .. CI. 25
Murray Klnp has gone to the Silver
Island property to direct tho loading of
another consignment of oro.
General Manaper Thomns Koarnn of
tho Silver King Coalition company spent
Wodnosdny at tho mine In the Park City
Tomorrow (Thanksgiving day) there
will b no calls on the local stock x
rhange. The eastern and western mar
kets will also be quiet for tho day.
The new mill of the Ohio Copper com
pany Is still in operation on Its "tryout."
and the numerous little details of read
justment ar belnK attended to. bearings
aro being oiled up. and things generally
are assuming shape for permanont op
eration. J. M. Reynolds loaves at noon today for
Columbus. O.. where he goes to meet
with tho controlling Interests of the
Bradshaw Mining company. Mr. Rey
nolds will bo absent ten days or two
weeks, nnd upon his return tho future
plans of the company will 1ms mado
known. In the meantime, work at the
property will continue.
SAMUEL E. NEEL & CO.,
Members Salt Lako Stock and Mining
oschangc. 525 Newhouso bldg.; Bell
WHEN TYPE WEARS OUT
Wc sell it to tho typo foundry and buy
new. That keeps our typo styles up to
datn. Century. 55-57 Postoffice placo.
The Owl Says:
Ilerplrld. tl size cec
Herplclde. 50c size 30c
Usterlne. 25c rlzo 19s
J,lsterlne, Wc size 35i
L.lsterlne. U size 763
Blcycte cards 19c
Sanltoi tooth powder 15c
Graves's tooth powder lsc
CoUmtft'M perfume, oz. 15c,
Palm Olive Soap. 10c. 3 for 26c
BoiiH Drug Co.
333 Mabl st, and the P. O. It next
FOE TOILET BATH I
It makes the toilet something to be ,
enjoyed. It rcmovos all stains and '
roughnesc, proventi prickly heat and 1
ehauag, and leaven the skin white, soft, !
healthy. In the bath it brings a glow j
! and exhilaration which no common toap
j can equal, imparting tho vlgcr and lift h
1 lonutlon of a mild Turknn bath. All
1 Grocers aad Pruttzistt.
TO jEEJIS MIS
Mining Men Express Opinion
on Possibilities of
Jamas P. Haley, bullion tax collector
for the state of Nevada, sad oditor of
the Reveille, a mining paper published
at Keno, is visiting in Salt Lako, and
during his stay in tho stato will visit
and inspoet some of tho properties of
the Park City, Tintic and Bingham dis
Mr. Haley is also interested, with J.
F, Considine. in n nnmbcr of mining
properties in southern Nevada, and
has, Jn the performance of his oflicial
duties, an opportunity of getting in
touch with the mining operations of
his state in n general manner. Mr.
Haley's business in Utah is largely in
connection with tho Utah mining com
panies incorporated under tho laws of
Nevada, and whilo hero ha will avail
himself of tho opportunity of visiting
sonic of tho state's big mine.
Ely Editor Also Guest.
Accompanying Mr. Haley is Fred A.
Somors of tho Ely Expositor, who is
also well known in Nevada mining
eireles. Mr. Somers will nccompany
Mr. Haley on his tour of Utah mines.
Like all newspaper men, ho is rather
modest and averse to Boeing his name
Mr. Sbmers, howover, realizes that
Utah has vast mineral possibilities
which havo as 3-ot been undevolopod.
and ho believes it probable that the
gTeat Novndn gold belt may oxtond
into this filnte. In speaking along this
line, Mr. Somers said: "It is quite
difficult for one to placo a dividing line,
in fo fnr as formations aro concorned,
hotwoen Utah and Novada. Wo of Ne
vada havo established our claim to tho
freatest mineral belt in the world, but
would adviso Utah's 'howers of
trails' to art on tho conclusion arrived
at by tho old miner who said. 'Gold is
whero vou find it' Big results might
IT HAS NO EQUAL,
Tho Royal Comont Burial Vault,
Manufactured by tho
ROYAIj BURIAL VAULT CO., INO.
This vault Is air, water and vermin
proof endorsed by health authorities.
Wo ship to any part of tho state and poy
tho freight. Order from your undertak
ers. If thoy do not handlo thorn, nddrosa
tho company, C2S Boston Bulldlns, Salt
Lake, or phono Ind. 3257.
SELMA CONSOLIDATED MINING
Notlco of a Special Meeting of Stock
holders. Notice la heroby given that a special
meeting of the stockholders of tho Solmn
Consolidated Mining company will bo
held at its office, No. 607 Newhouso
building. Salt Lnko City. Utah, on Satur
day, tho 11th day of Dccembor, A. ID,
1909, at two o'clock p. m. Sold mooting
Is called for tho purposo of amending
article 17 of tho articles of Incorporation
of said company, so ns to make the capi
tal stock of sold company assessable, to
consider and vote upon tho question of
loaning, selling, or In soma manner dis
posing of nil tho property and property
Interests of snld company, und for tho
transaction of such other buslnoss as
may properly como beforo tho meeting.
By order of tho board of directors.
CHAS. TYNG. President.
O. W. CARLSON. Secretary.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Estato and Guardianship of EInora
Maybcrry, a minor.
Tho undersigned will sell nt private
salo an undivided one-third Interest In
tho south half of Becllon 14, In township
3 south, of range 2 west, of the Salt Lako
meridian. In Salt Lnko county, Utah, con
taining 320 acres, moro or loss, on or
after Monday. November 29, 1900, and
written bids will bo rccolvod at tho of
fico of tho Bingham Conl and Lumber
company In Blnghnm, Salt Lake county,
Utah. Terms of sale, 10 per cent cash
with and nt the time of bids, and tho
balanco In cash upon confirmation of solo
by the court.
GEO. 12. CHANDLER.
Guardian of the estate of sold EInora
Mayborry. a minor.
Dated November 16. 1909.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
Notlco Is heroby given that tho nnnunl
mooting of tho stockholders of the
Gemini Mining company will be held at
tho office of tho company. Room 326.
HrookH Arcade, corner State and Third
South, in Salt Lake City. Utah, on Mon
day, tho Cth day of Docombcr. 1909. at
2 o'clock p. m.. for tho eloctlon of direc
tors for the ensuing year, nnd for tho
transaction of such other business as
may be brought beforo tho meeting.
JAMES E. BERKLEY. Secretary
Dated November 13. 1909. blU
TWENTY-0HE STATES P
NOW PRODUCE GOLDlILL
Statistics Show Bij; Xct In-Lu
crease in Value of Yellow Stf5
Metal Output. firi
WASHINGTON, Nov. 2l.Tho golJLp
mines of the Unitwl SUtcs produce-,nin
$Ud0,000 worth of precious metaljS
during 1908, according to the geologi.f "
el survey and tho bureau of minesJLrtfi
which have eo-operatd in prepariniP
analysis of the report from privato reJiriSa
fiaones and federal mints and assrr 1
oiilcea. '? J ,1
The total gold product was -1,574 34s f-
onnees. a net increase jn vajjo' 0f
.124,300. Colorado leads with a pr04
duettve valuo of $22.S71.V,; Ahuks;
was socond, with $lf.SSR,Snn. and Call.u'
fornia was third, with $1P2'.),700. ! tJ
Torto Rico was the Kmallrst pinia
dueer. with a total of only S6oo, Theitei!
Philippines nhow an increase of 219 Sr
S0O to a total of 2S1.500. '(V-
Some states of the union, umtnlly not"1
associated with the gold mining, maka'P'v
a showing. In fact, the twenty one ot'jSti'
tho state and territories, not tuelndjfSi
ing Porio Rico and the Philippines
are producing gold. Texas produced' t '
.VX) worth in IMS, New Hrt"ipihirfe:rfi
minod $3700 worth, and somewhere tali;,
the vast grating country of W omin L
was produced $7600. "
Tho summary shows n net drereae ofl?f"
1.073.900 ounces of silver, with a valus
of $2S.050.0OO. The total prMurtioa iF"
was 52.-l t0.SO0 fine ounceR. Montana 1
loads, with a production of lOG.SOOJ-.
fine ounces. 'S'
As in gold, tho Philippines show atft r!
remarkablft inrreas in silver nrodtic- "
tlon. From 100 ounces in 1PA7, thsV
production of the islands jumped to v 5
1300 in IPOS.
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Utah Audit and.!-,
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Telephones: Bell mi; lnl. J1J8. j tl ..
SPECIALTY Auditing Corporate ss4 ,fa
Individual Hooks and Account: 8ytetn
tiling and liandllnir O.'tlco Work ss4 Jfr
John Q. Crltchlow Pwaldeati
A. Tl. Irvine Vlc Prwtdrtt, '
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MEMDER3 . t'
Salt Lake Stock fc Mining Etcr.anr. iq (
Denver Conolldated Stock Exchns.i mi
Rawlildo Minim; Stock Bxthanja. .
Throckmorton & Company
Utah Savings & Trust Building.,
DEALERS j "-0
Oovernraent. Rallwiiy and MunJ-lpalJ I t
Donds; Bank and Inventment Stocks. fejj.
New Tork. ChlcaKo. Ban Kranctsco,;
Rawhide. Tonopah. Goldflold and aUi
principal cxclianKcs. : -
$400.00 for Bob 1
Wo collected $100.00 last week for (j-ffiiS-fV. S;
R. W. Sloan, tho instiranco nian in WfF j j-
tlic McCorniclc Block, Bait Lake City, ' wmt, r-
Utah. It wis Just like winning money mfa'&m&&L9 lVl
on a horse race. It took ua about two ftis "SGs"
wcoks to land this S 100.00, but we aro WP'Hf' V 5
going to collect $100.00 moro from tho mflT
same source Turn in yonr claims and E&J JiV
wo will colloct some for yon. Thero jjj&ifl f
is nothing eo nlco as getting yonr M
money back. Try it. Bed Streaks of KmfW y t.
Hcnesty Exist in Everybody. vSsFfflrRjf
MERCHANTS PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION, .
Sclentlflc Collectoro of Honet Debti. Roomi 77-78-e2-R3-33-!4.95W'979-H ff
100 Commercial Block, Salt Lako City, Utah. FRANCIS 0- Ui.
LUKE, QEN'L MOR. "Some People Don't Llk Ui.M 1
R. K. COBB & CO., Mines, Stocks and Bonds. , M a
Mmtn of Salt Lake Stock nnd Mining Kxchanc. Accounts solicited. Of
iIt promptly executed In nil markrts , .
Main nor Nw Ex'-hanire Outldtni; Branch Oniee American Fotk and Loc. fhft
l Uh B!l "ne i0O. Ind Sll
ADVANTAGE IN LOCATION Our new orncea on the main floor of the JJ
Exchange buildino open directly Into the exchange room. ThU enaDiea ui m