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i NATIONAL IS A
H C. P. Crawford Returns With
H the Confirmation of the
H Camp's Wonders.
I HAS SECURED BLOCK
OP MERIT ON ZONE
New Mill of National Will Obvi
ate Necessity of Our Im
I Confirmation to the effect that tho Na
tional camp of Nevada, located seventy
five miles north of Wlnncmucea, has suo
ceoded in malting a lagnlllcenL record
of production during Its brief career Is
brought to Salt Lake by C. P. Crawford,
ono of the best Known operators who
ever directed underground operations
within the state of Utah. A great many
local mining men knowing that Mr. Craw
ford was investigating tho National camp
have been awaiting his return to secure
an expression from him, and When seen
by The Tribune Monday morning, and
asked for an Interview, Mr, Crawford
I "I have just returned after a thrco
weeks' study of the new gold camp of
Nationul. It was interesting because it
has the richest gold ore shoots ever dis
covered. Thero arc four of these shoots
within a distance of 300 feet along the
vein, 700 feet deep. There Is reason to
believe that there are more of them, and
a lot of money $3 bolng spent to llnd
"Tho way they speak of sold values up
there was now to me, and It was hard
to grasp at first. 1 was told by the Na
tional officials that they have not milled
any ore valued at less than $13 per
pound, or In common parlance, ?2600 per
ton. while ore valued at $70 per pound,
or $ -10,000 per ton, has been milled. The
company has produced 51,000.000 from
thirteen tons of ore, which is an aver
ago of about ?S0,000 per ton. The sec
ond class ore is to be milled later, the
reason beinp that the leasers who found
the ore could not stop to put up a mill.
Time Is very valuable when you are get
ting out picture rock. So they installed
a small plant which had a capacity of
COO pounds in twenty-four hours.
"The ore was crushed, then rolled and
then pulverized very fine. Two hundred
pounds arc then put into the amalgamat
ing pan with quicksilver, and It takes
seven hours of continuous grinding to
amalgamate all the gold In this quantity
of rock. The process is too slow for tho
low grade of ore. The National com
pany now. however, has a 30-ton mill
Just completed, and when this plant Is
started to turn out bullion it will not be
necessary for Wall Street to import gold.
"The National mine is a wonder I
was told that it Is a first-class gold mino
without the high-grade. There are four
or five leasing companies nearby on the
same ledge which have a good chance
to get the ore. There also are many
other leasers In the camp To the north
along the same mineral zone the Hatch
lcnFc loolcs nromlslng. and the Edmonds
lease has all the ear-marks of bonanza
ore. Just a day before I left Edmonds
panned free cold from his nuartz. and
the Iron sulphides assayed S'JIIO in gold
per ton. He will get bonanza ore at any
Mr. Crawford and local associates have
secured a block of cood ground on the
Mayflower group, which Is on the same
mineral zone north of the National prop
erty. He hns a ledge plainly seen on the
surface on which he will drive n shaft
without delay. The main attraction of
the camp is the mineralized porphyry
rone along which the National ores are
found, a zonr which If fullv nOO feet in
width, nnd which cirries several parallel
f'ssurc of sugar ci'iartz. There also are
crops fissures and the richest shoots
mnke nuturallv at the Junctions. Mr.
Crawford believes that his block of
frround contains one or more of these
intersection;, and the vneripce of tho
cairn hns heen so far that the ordinary
mortal need hope for nothing more than
one of these bonanza nests In a 11e
rwhlle In the district. Mr. Crawford
was givn evorv opportunity to see all
Tlmrp was to ''e seep, and Ray UarriP
editor of the National Miner and an old
Fait Lake newspaper man, greatly assist
cfl blrp 'o thn lnroction of the country.
The distance of National from the rall
rond makes It an expensive camp in
wh'iMi to operate rlcht now. hut h re
wards are so sronerous that this difficulty
soon is forgotten.
I MORE LITIGATION FOR
THE NATIONAL CAMP
The Humboldt Star says thnt H. C.
Cutler, the mining engineer, has fded
suit against the Stall brothers and tho
National company of National for an ac
counting nnd a one-tenth Interest In the
famous Stall lease which rccentlv was
sold to the National company. This is
another of the suits which the riches of
Nationul havo bred during the past two
I Metal Market.
The metal quotations for Monday,
posted by McCornlck & Co.. were as fol
lows: Silver 531c; lead, $4-40; copper,
I Nevada News Agents.
Bauvard A. C Pesco.
Goldficld Louie Pollln.
Hawthorne Louie PoIUn.
Kimberly Sheldon Lowney.
Lovelock Elblc Bros.
Midas Mrs. C. A. Harrington.
Rawhide Louie Pollln.
Reno Hotel Golden News Stand: Ro
senthal & Armanka: Shepard & Son.
Terington F. M. Burner.
WJnnemucca Pearce & Chase.
Cobre Richard Richards.
Cherry Creek Grey & Collins.
Elko Wheeler & Co,
Ely Grace B. Paxton; Harville Station
McGIll M. Herman; Walden & Bur
Rhyollte Tho Crescent,
Plochc Plocho Drug Co.
Caliente John Shier; Thomas Hlm-litreet.
B and Good Service
mm l Safety combined with the I
lift kes service characterizes all
MM ? transactions with Walker
j S Brothers, Bankers.
m! 0U finc a cbeclnS ac-
s count with this institution oil
pflp j particular benefit.
'fjjf Walker Brothers
1 II, I Established 1859. I
I gy, I Capital S350,006. Surplus $125,000
Tl STROfUG ITEMS
Returning Prosperity and the
Supreme Court Decisions
Thcvo is a welcome tone of optimism in
the eastern opinions regarding tho cop
per outlook, and the programme of cur
tailment evidently Is not doubted in tho
lenst by those in tho best positions to
Judge of such matters. This policy of
curtailmont on top of tho increasing con
sumption of copper, especially abroad,
has Justified, many authorities In pre
dicting that thero need be no alarm over
It is ensy, however, to find an under
current of opinion to tho effect that there
are two very doslrablo developments de
manded In order to glvo tho desired sta
bility to the red metal. First, tho re
turn of general Industrial prosperity,
which will create tho demand for tho
metal, and, second, a favorable decision
in tho American Tobacco and Standard
Oil cases now pending in tho United
States supremo court. There arc those
who believe should the decisions bo fa
vorable toward combinations, or should
they dcslg'nalt? the way in which combi
nations can be perfected without violat
ing the anti-trust laws, a copper merger
will be perfected for tho protection of the
producing interests without further loss
It Is figured that a gigantic consoli
dation would be of benefit to tho con
sumer, for even should it have tho ef
fect of raising the. price of copper, and
It undoubtedly will have that effect, it
will at the same time establish the metal
on a given quotation basis that will do
away with the present fluctuations In
prlco which havo proved disastrous to
tho competing manufacturing interests.
NO IMPORTANT CHANGES
IN TRADING MONDAY
Monday on the local exchange started
off without any net change, the Cedar
Tolisinan again holding up well, and pro
viding much business for the talent. Ne
vada "Hills was strong, but there evi
dently is not much of this stock running
loose locally. May Day was more actlvo
than usual, and a bit stronger In answer,
no doubt, 10 somewhat brighter mlno
conditions. During the day 19.SS0 shares
of stock sold, the market value of which
was 310,203.10. The following were the
closing unlisted and listed stock transac
tlons: UNLISTED STOCKS.
I Bid. jAsked.l Sold For.
Opex $ .35 $ .35 .35 .35j
Uln Tr Hill.. .05 .07 .05 a
Gold Chain . .33 .35 (ft
Mammoth .-. .70 .95 6
Fed Ely Ofi .OS rff
B C Stand.. .15 AS ii
W Qulncy ... .15 .20 U5
Thompson 17 ci
Utah Mlno , .70 (5)
I Forenoon. Afternoon.
I Bid. lAaked.ll Bid. Asked.
Beck T ... $ -02i ? 5 .02J ?
Big Hill 01 01
Bing A 10 10
B Jack ... .11 .12 .10 .12
Bullock 00J 00
Camp B 00 00 J
Carisa 20 22
C-Talls ... .lG .10 .151 .10i
Cent 05 I .05
Colo Mng I .2S .33 .30 .33
Col Con .. .52 .53 .51 .53
Con Mer . .0(5 , 0C
Cr Point . .06 .061 -05 .0(51
D-Judgc . 4.00 4. Co -1.25 4.65
Dragon I . ,10 10
B Cr Pt .. .004 00J .003
E Tin C .. .003 003
E Tin D 01 01
Ely Cal .. .031 .11
Emerald ., .10 10 .15
G Central . 1.071 1.20 1.05 1.20
Ind Queen .001 .01 .001 .01
I P and 0 1.00 1.00
Iron Bios .78 .SO .79 .SO
Iron Hat 00 001
Iron K ... .03 .12 .09 .12
J 3owers . .00 .02' .00 .02
ICstone 11 ,11
Kins Wm .15 .20
Lion Hill 10
L Mam ... .12 .14
Mason Val. S.00 S.00 8.35
May Day.. .04 .05 .04 .05
Miller Hill 01 01
Ml Fiat ... .00J .00J .001 .003
Mt L Ex .(11 : .01
Mays' Oil . .75 .85 .75 .85
Nev Hills . 2.35 2.371 2.32j 2.35
Newhouse . 1,75 1.75
Now York 06 .041 .07
Ohio Cop , 1.60 1.65 1.50 1.621
Opohongo . .16 .20 ,16 .17
Palmer Oil. 1.321 1.421 1.30 1.45
Plutus 04 .051
Prince Con .56 .00 .57 .60
Provo .001 .01 .00J -01
It and Ana 10 10
Sacmcnto . .02 02
Sov Trslis .031 .01 .03 .041
Silver King. 2.00 '. 2.00"
Sioux Con.. .24?, .25 .25 .251
So Col ..... .081 .09 .091 .10"
S I Bios ... .003 .01 .003 .01
Swansea C. 03 ....... .03
S Col Con . .09 .10 .09 .10
Tin Cent . .081 .09 .08 .0S1
Tin Comb.. .001 .01 .00 .01
Tin Emp . .00 003
Uncle Sam. .19 .21 .20 .23
IT Mcicur 001 OOX
Utah Con . .03 .031 .03 .031
Victor C .. .03 .04 .03 .04
Victoria ... 1.10 1.25 1.071 l.5
West Nev . .03 .02
Ynnkec C . .05 .09 .05 .io
Yor Cop .. .023 .04 .023 .......
Cedar-Talisman, 9500 at lfitc: 6500
Columbus. 100 at 53c.
King' William,' 1000 at 19c.
May Day, 130 at 5c.
Sioux Consolidated, 100 at 24Jc.
Undo Sam, 100 at 19c.
Shares sold, IS. 430.
Selling value, f2900.0.
Cedar-Talisman. 500 at 16ic, buyer
sixty days; 5000 at 16c.
Iron Bloseom, 270 ai 7Sc.
Crown Point. 1000 at Gc.
Nevada Hills. 400 at $2.35.
Shares sold, 10.770.
Selling value, $2014.10.
t AFTERNOON SALES.
Cedar-Talisman, 3S0O at 16c,
Colorado, 100 at 31c.
Columbus Consolidated. GO at 53c
Iron Blossom. 1000 at 79c.
May Day. 10S0 at. 5c; 1200 at Sic; l'OO
at 5ic: 200 at 53q.
Nevada Hills, L'OO at $2.35.
Ohio Copper. 200 at $1.60.
,n0npo,1.on,g.?' 500 ut 17t'- buyc sixty days;
1000 at lblc.
Tintic Central. 1000 at Sc.
Shares sold, U.4S0.
Selling valuo,' $2895.
Cedar-Talisman. 3300 at lfic.
Iron Blossom, 500 at 79c.
Nevada Hills, 200 at $2.35.
Sioux Consolidated. 600 at 25c.
Uncle Sam, 1000 at 20c.
Utah Consolidated, 3500 at 3c.
Shares nold, 9200.
Selling valuo, J18S3.50.
MASON VALLEY COMPANY
WILL MAKE CONNECTIONS
The management of tho Mason Valley
company will send the winzo from th
fourth tunnel level, located about 300
foot south of tho shaft, to the 010 body
demonstrated several days ago bv the
crosscut on the 470-foot levul. This will
greatly facilitate future exploratory work
along tho ore. and give the required air
also. AVhcn tho company Is ready to de
velop the new ore. the tonnage will be
added to in a very swift manner,
Nevada Copper Belt Line .in Action
The accompanying cut shows a typical
freight train on tho lino of tho Nevada
Copper Bell railroad from Wabuska to
the town of Mason. This road was con
structed by Salt Lako energy and capi
tal In connection with eastern interests,
nnd it Is dcstlnod to handle tho business
from the mines of tho Yerlngton section
NEVADA CON. WORKING
IN NATIVE COPPER ORE
For some days past one of the steam
shovels at tho copper pit of the Nevada
Consolidated has boon scooping up oro
full of crystallized natlvo copper, which
is a beautiful sight to behold. The
streak of this rich oro Is about ten feet
in width and Is situated near the south
side of the big pit. Of course thero Is
a matrix with the "puro nulll," but as
a whole the oro is of high grade, and
will materially sweeten the low grade
sulphide ores, which furnish the princi
pal tonnage from the big pit, says the
Ely Mining Record.
During a portion of the present month
111'. rnrnn,.M lmnr. running n , Ikn
Steploo smelter, which presages an un
usually large output of copper for the
present month, but the tonnagn of oro
treatod will in all probability be less than
last month. Tho entire concentrating
plant was closed down on Labor day, and
also Sunday last, and will continue to be
closed on Sundays In the future. At no
time during the present month has there
been more than six sections in commis
sion. Tho work of opening up the now
pit of the Nevada Consolidated Is pro
gressing rapidly, but so far only one
shovel Is employed In the work The
shovel Is at work In soft porphyry rock
which overlies the sulphide dcposlL Four
shovels arc engaged in the removal of
overburden at copper pit. and two arc
working on ore all of tho time.
LOCAL COPPER PRICES
DROP STILL LOWER
Producers of copper ores who market
their product with the Salt Lako smelt
ers will receive lower prices during the
week for their output than for several
weeks past. The quotation price posted
yesterday morning was $12,271 per hun
dred pounds, whereas the price for somo
lime has been $12.40. Tho local shippers
during a given week receive the average
price of the previous week in tho cast,
and the drop hero on Monday shows that
there was some fluctuations la3t week in
Many large consumers are reported to
havo made their purchases for delivery
as far ahead as in November, which re
moves them temporarily from the market.
The small consumer is buying no more of
tho metal than his Immediate require
ments demand. The copper market,
therefore, has weakened off considerably.
No pronounced demand for tho metal Is
anticipated until next month. Should tho
consumer hold aloof from the market for
thirty days longer, tho price of the motal
seems destined to seek still lower prices.
There is not much encouragomont In a
12-cent copper market for the small pro
ducer of the metal.
NEVADA HILLS MINE
SEEN BY ENGINEER
E. N. Skinner, M. E, who Is associated
with Thompson, Towle & Co., and who
has been examining tho mines of Nevada,
wires to his firm as- follows regarding Ne
vada Hills: "The big oro shoot on the
470-foot level is opened for 180 feet, with
the face still in ore. For a distance of
120 feet the ore for a width of five and
one-half feet samples $11S per ton, while
for 'the entire 180 feet the average was
better than $100 per ion. Crosscuts in
dicate that the ore body Is ten feet wide.
Next level below should cut the ore
shoot within three months, while the
next level above Is eighty feet In the oro
shoot, with oro averaging $50 to $60 per
ton. Crosscuts Indicate ore body here
fourteen feet wide. Drift on the 470-foot
level advancing at the rate of two and
ono-half feet per day. Last car of oro
shipped by the Nevada Hills company
netted hotter than $190 per ton, I under
stand that In addition to tho big bonanza
shoot the Nevada Hills claim has $700,000
In milling ore and Falrvlew claim has
$300,000 gross values."
Novadas in San Francisco.
James A. Pollock & Co., bankers and
brokers, furnish the following, received
over their private wire yesterday after
noon I Bid. Asked.
Sandstorm $ .01 $
Jumbo Extension 45
Booth 10 '."
Blue Bull 05 ".06
Adams .... .01
Silver -Pick ; .ns
Blue Bell .02 ..
Lone Star .03
9r? 06 ' .08
Florence 2.no 2 '"'71
Goldrtold Daisy 04
Combination Fraction .... .40
Yellow Tiger , 08
Goldficld Con 8.15 825
C. O. D 15 .......
Bonnie Clare .. .04 .05
Mayflower Con 03,
Montgomery Mountain 01
Homcstake Con ... ,01
Tramp Consolidated , 05
Manhattan Consolidated .. .03 .04
Dexter ,. .07 .09
Falrvlow Eagle 40
Nevada Hills 2.35 .....
Pittsburg Silver Peak 45
Eagle's Nest , oi ,
Hailstone 03 '.
Round Mountain ,. .47
Rawhldo Coalition 10
Ophlr 1.071 1.10
Mexican 1,55 1.575
Gould & Curry n;
Con. Virginia 1.07$ 1.10
Savage , . .20
Halo & Norcross 25 .26
Sierra "Nevada 15 .13
Union ;32 .33
Tonopah Nevada 9. 00
Montana Tonopah 90
Tonopah Extension 90
MacNnmara 2S .29
Midway , 20 !il
Tonopah Belmont 4.35 4"l0
Tonopah North Star 07 .08
"West End Con 59
Roscuo 08 .10
Jim Butler 27 .9
1 Ore and Bullion.
The or nnd bullion report for Mon
day, given by McCornlck & Co.. was as
follows: Ore rccelvod. $175,000, bullion
shipped, $20,000; total, $195,000.
as well as the extensive farm products
from the ranches of the Mason and Smith
valleyu. Managing Director W. C. Orcm
stated on Monday that advices from
Mason wero to tho effect that the con
nections between TVabuska and the
smelter site of the Mason Valley com
pany, a distance of three miles, havo
been completed, nnd that this part of
10 INCREASE DUE
OF CHIHI0 SHARES
President MacNeill Says Com
jany Has Never Considered
This Phase at All.
Charles M. MacNeill, president of tho
Chino Copper company, has set at rest
tho Impression that there was to bo an
addition mado to tho capitalization of
this organization. His interview In the
Wall Street Journal has been received
out west, and Is as follows:
"Tho matter has not even boon taken
up by tho executive committee." he
said, "and from all Indications Is not
likely to bo. The company Is in no need
of monoy at the present time, and It docs
not seem likely that additional funds
will be required to complete present
plans. If it should bo decided to enlarge
the company's plant then the matter of
now financing would come up, but no
decision to that effect has been taken as
yot. What may be done In the future
cannot bo forecasted, but for tho pres
ent there is absolutely nothing in the
line of now financing."
What created this erroneous impres
sion was a statement recently issued by
the firm of Hayden Stone. & Co. This
statement dealt extensively with the
Chino conditions, tho closing paragraph
of which -was as follows:
"As of June 1, 1910, the Chino Copper
company had in cash and cash assets
about $1,125,000. It has recently mado a
Very advantageous contract with tho
AtchiBon railroad for the transportation
of Its ores from Its mine to its mill, and
with the El Paso smelter for the treat
ment of Its concentrates. It will, tljere.
fore, not have to build any railroad or
smelter of its own, and it Is probable
that it will attain to Its full production
with tho issue of not more than 100,000
shares additional stock. This will glv
It ono of the smallest capitalizations of
any of the Important companies In this
MAY DAY COMPANY
SHIPS A RICH CAR
The local offices of the May Day Min
ing company on Monday were settling
with tho smelters for several lots of
ore, tho value of which will be some
what In excess of $5000. One car of leaso
ore now on the market will bring in
$3045.76, carrying silver, lead and gold.
This car is exceedingly gratifying to the
officials, and it proves that the May Day
Is still entitled to be listed among tho
live ones of Tintic, In spite of the recent
unfavorable rcports from the camp.
New York Mining Stocks.
James A. Pollock & Co., bankers and
brokers, furnish the following, received
over their privato wire yesterday after
noon: NEW YORK LISTED STOCKS.
I Sales.l H. I L. Clse
Goldfleld Con 400 SI SI 81
Utah Copper 1.200 453 45 451
Tenncsoo Copper ... 1,900 31 SI 291 31
Nevada Con 200 20J20 20J
NEW YORK CURB RANGE.
I Sales.l H. I L. Clae
Ely Central I 34.00019-16 9-10
Cobalt Central 700 Sc 71c 7Jc
Ely Consolidated ... 4,800 301c 30c 30c
First Nafl Cop 1,000 31 31 3i
GIroux Con 900 61 6B 65
Insp, Copper 500 73 73 73
King Edward 3-16 1-16 3-16
Miami Copper 1SB ISg 1SE
Mays Oil 900 S5c S3c S4c
Nevada Utah 300 3 8 3
Ray Central 2.500 21 24 2J
Ray Consolidated .. 2.100 1S3 ISi 18S
Tintic Mining Ill
Yukon Gold 4 3i 4
Chino Copper 2,000 161 16 161
Ohio Copper IS 18 l5
La Rose lv. Zi 38 38
Keystone 31 3 3
Mason Valley 81 Si S
South Utah 2 1J 2
Nevada Hills 700 21 28 2tf
NEW YORK CURB CLOSE.
I Bid. lAsked.
Chino Copper $16,371 $16.50
Davis Daly 1,50 1.621
Ely Central no .55
Ely Consolidated 29 ,33
First National Copper 3.621 3.871
GIroux Consolidated 6,50 6.621
Inspiration Copper 7.75 7.871
Yukon Gold 3.S73 4.00
Miami is. 75 18.871
Now Keystone 2.87J 3.06
Nipisslng 10.871 11-00
Ohio Copper 1.621 1.75
Ray 'Central 2.12 2."0
Ray Consolidated 18.50" IS. 75
La Rose 3.75 3.85
South Utah 1.871 2.00
British Col. Copper 5.75 6.00
Bay Stato Gas .. : 62 .75
graden 3. 13" 3.55
Cobalt Central 071 .08
P",?;'? " 3 -371 3.621
King Edward 061 .121
Mason Valley $.25 8.50
McKiniey-Darragh .91 .90
Montgomery Shoshone ... .37 .50
Nevada Smelter 25" .50
Silver Queen OS :14
Sioux Con .23 !25
Colorado 29 .33
Iron Blossom .79
Nevada Hills 2.37j 2.45
The Utah Ore Sampling company on
Monday released seven cars of ore from
Chicago and return, 655; St. Paul and
Minneapolis and return, $52, dates of
sale Soptqmber 14 and 23. Diverse
routes via tho Chicago & North-Western
."Railway company. For particulars ad
dress C. A. Walker, general agent, 38
West Second South, Salt Lake City,
Tribune Want Ads.
Roll Main 5200. Independent 360.
tho road is now ready for business. A
contract for ten miles of stool rails has
been let by the company, which will glvo
from twenty-seven to twenty-eight miles
in uctual operation. Five additional
miles reaching into the Smith valley w II
be completed by November, and this wll
leave only seven miles to be constructed
to tho Nevada-Douglas copper properties.
Boston Coppor Stocks.
Jamc3 A. Pollock & Co., bankers and
brokers, furnish the following, received
over their privato wire yesterday aftor-
BOSTON COPPER RANGE.
I Sales.l H. L. IClso
Butto Coalition 181 IS 18
Calumet &. Arizona.. 130 571 571 oil
Chief Con 1,415 11 U H
Copper Range 66 66 66
Daly West 60 51 51 51
Davis Daly 465 11 U H
East Butte -125 71 7i 71
GIroux Con 600 6g 6g 62
Granby Con..( 34 32 34
Greene C. 373 CI 6J 61
Hancock 100 201 20 20
Indiana Coppor 1,670 141 132 14
Isle Royale 400 21 20' 21
Lake Copper 65 33 32 32
La Rose 430 33 38 3JS
Mason Valley 81 81 Si
Nevada Con 210 204 201 201
Nevada Utah 105 3 3 3
Nipisslng 1,123 11 J 11 11
North Butte 450 2S 271 '-71
North Lake 110 Si 81 81
Sup. fc Boston S 8 81
Trinity 54 51 51
U. S. Smelter com.. 60 3SJ 381 38!
U. S. Smelter pfd... 124 19 4!) 49
Utah Consolidated 23 23 23
BOSTON COPPER CLOSE.
I Bid. lAsked.
Chino Copper $16,371 $16.50
Butte & London 10 .20
Davis Daly 1.45 1.55
First National Copper.... 3.75 3.871
Mason Valley 8.25 8.50
Nevada Utah 70 .75
South Lake 7.25 8.00
Tonopah 8.75 S.S71
Cactus 1.55 1.621
Consolidated Arizona 1.871 2.00
Ely Consolidated 28 .32
Goldfleld Consolidated 8.00 8.25
Baltic 5.50 6 50
Rawhide Coalition 11 .111
Yukon Gold 3.871 4.00
Begolo 1.50 2.121
Boston Ely 1.371 1.50
Chief Consolidated 1.371 1.50
Ely Witch 10 .15
Inspiration Copper 7.75 7.S71
Majestic 50 .52"
Nevada Douglas 1.87)1 2.25
Oneco 2.25" 2. 871
Massachusetts 7.00 7.50
Shannon 9.621 9.S71
Trinity 5.50 ,
Winona 7. 00 8,00
Daly West 5. 00 5.25
Mexico Consolidated 41 .45
Nevada Consolidated 20.00 20.121
Consolidated Mercur 06 .10
Michigan 4.00 4.50
Nipisslng 10.S7J 11.00
Victoria 2 50 3.50
GIroux Consolidated 6.50 6.621
Keweenaw 3.50 4.00
A-cadlan 5. 00 5.50
Ray Consolidated 18.50 19.00
Amalgamated 63.121 63 5
South Utah 1.871 2.00
Utah Apex 3.50 3.75
Ojibway 5. 00 6.00
Miami Copper 18.621 18.871
Kerr Lako 6.25 6.50
Helvetia 2.11 0 5
Zinc , 25.871 26!5o
Arizona Commercial 16.00 16.50
San Francisco Oil Stocks.
James A. Pollock &. Co., bankers and
brokers, furnish the following, received
over their private wire yesterday after
noon: ' I Bid. lAsked.
Associated OH $44.00 $44.50
Blue Moon 10
Clarcmont 1.50 i'.oo
Enos 1.1s" i""''
Illinois Crude In
McKittrick '.15' oq
Monte Crlsto 2.571
Mascot ,2 40
Pinal 7 6 nr
Saucr Dough '" ' 'iV
Silver Tip ....
s. w. & b 30:66
Turner 1 or
W- K- QH S.'SO "2.W
da10" BIosBOm wlU bo ox-dlvidend to-
Duncan MacVichle. the mining engl
cutl' returned from 'a business trip
J. M. Reynolds, the manager of the
Bradshaw; company, has returned from a
business trip to the northwest.
Kla,m. ' Chlrk ,s bACk frm Arizona
where he has somo extensive and val
uable gold properties now under devel
opment. J,olU?, ?crn. general manager of sev
?5a h T.Lntlc companies, left last night to
visit these properties,
oiBTf Le,an. soneral manager of the
Blackbird Copper company 6f Beaver
county. Is ut the mine Inspecting de
velopments. The Utah Mlno of Fish Springs has a
nnr irne ,0'v h) "?r0B?8 ot settlement
on the local market, alsp a car of ore
from the Galena property Which it. has
Your kidney trsublo may be of long
standing, it may be either acute or
chronic, but -whatever it ig Foley's Kid
ney Eemedy will aid you to get rid of
it quickly and restore your natural
health and vigor. "Ono botti- of
Foley's Kidnoy Eemedy made me
well," said J. Sibhull of Grand View,
Wis. Commence taking it now.
Schramm-Johnson Drugs, five stores.
Costs no more to be in modern offices.
Mclntyre building. Main street.
Tribuno Want, Ads.
Bell Main 5200, Independent 360.
THE UNION PACIFIC LAND 00
aTn.nVaI 5eef!.nS f the stockholders
of The Union Pacific Land Company will
be held at the office of the company n
Salt Lake City. Utah, on Tuesday Oc"
ober 11. 1910. at 11 o'clock a. mi. for
the election of six directors of tho com
pany, and for the transaction of such
other business as may legally come bo
fore tho meeting.
Dated Sentcmbar 3. 1910, r!837
1 LINES qi
To the Eastl
From Chicago m
Trains via Pennsylvania Lines to New York W"
via Pittsburgh and Philadelphia leave Chi 'Si
cago daily 8.15 a. m., 10.05 a.m.,10'.30a m Ed
2.45 p. m. (18-Hour Train), 3.15 pJ' W
5.30 p. m., 9.45 p. m. and 11.45 p. m. ,J ir
From St, Louis
k Trains leave daily 8.44 a. m. ,,12.45 p m 'Km
1.02 p. m., 6.00 p. m. (24-Hour Trainfo.ls W
p. m. and 11.35 p. m. Kf"
All these trains travel rock-baUasted track wl
and are controlled by block signals. The mfi
very highest type of equipment. K
For further information, call at or telephone Kc
Pennsylvania's Salt Lake City Passenger Offl 'mf
or td drew W. F. YEO. Traveling PasaenRcr Ascnt. 201 Judnc Bulldloj Wtil
I The New Pennsylvania Station I
I -n52' in the Heart of New York JL
between 7th and 8th Avenues and 31st and 33d Streets, will be optntd to fntn. tKr
this summer, the exact dale to be announced later. This riMnliccdincUn?.5 flHLi
W' 1 New York's Intireslintrsiiihls. See I ton your next trip to New York. H
NOTICE OF AUCTION SAL
OF PUBLIC LANDS t
Notice is hereby tfiven that the United State3 government iQ'B
about 800,000 acres of land, formerly a part of the Crow Indian mflB
tion, at public auction at Billings, Mont., beginning October 15, 19f
not less than $2.00 per acre, payable one-fifth in cash and one-fiftl iSf?
year for four years without interest; and will also sell about 700,00) iX:1
of land, formerly within the Uintah Indian reservation, at public aatraB
Provo, Utah, beginning November 1, 1910, at not less than fifty cutUn
acre, all payable in cash at the time of the sale. jKj
Anyone can purchase not moro than 640 acres in each of theis itHnRi
tions, either in person, or through an agent, without showing his qmBl
tions to make entry under any of the public land laws. Neither tiiK'
nor cultivation will bo required, and patents will issue as soon as thK
of the purchase price has been paid. By remitting twenty-five centmyBj
can obtain a map of the Crow lands from the United States Land OftiS?
Billings, Montana, or of the Uintah lands from the United Staie3 LiiijMy
flee at Vernal, Utah, or maps of either of the reservataions can be obbaB''l
at that price f ron James W. Witten, Superintedent of tho Sale, at TTyjiXf?
ton, D. C. !
Acting Secretary of the IntcJfr
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 19. The offi
cial closing quotations for mining stocks
today wcro as follows:
Andes I .11 Occld Con ... .40
B &. Belcher.. .30 Ophlr 1.121
Bullion 10 Overman 50
Caledonia 30 Savago Ul
Chnl Con 20 Scorpion 07
Chollar 10 Sago Belcher. .15
C C and Va.. 1.07 Sierra Nev -.15
G & Gurrle.. .14 Union Con .. .31
H & NorcrosB .21 Utah Con 07
Kentuck Con. .10 Yel Jacket .. .55
Ij Wash Con. .05 N G & Curry. .21
BOSTON MINING STOCKS..
Allouez .. ..$40.00 Mohawk .... 47.00
Amal Cop .. 63.125 Nev Con ...20.00
A Z Tj & Sm 25.62J Nip Mines... 10.S7a
Ariz Com ... 16.00 N Butto ... 37.62J
Atlantic . .. G.00 N Lake .... S.25
B&C C&S M. 12.75 Old Dorp ... 35.00
Butte Coall. 18.00 Osceola .. ..127.00
Cal & Ariz.. 57.75 Parrot 13.00
Cal & Hecla.545.00 Qulncy .. .. 73.00
Centennial .. 15.75 Shannon .... D.62J
Cop K C Co. 65.75 Superior .... 48.25
Franklin 11.00 S & Bos M. S.00
GIroux Con.. 6,50 S & Pitts C. 11.121
Granby Con.. 32.00 Tamarack ... 55.00
Greene-Can.. 6 50 U S C & Oil. 36.50
Isle Royalle.. 26.87J U S S R &. M 3S. 00
Kerr Lake 6 25 pfd' 43.75
Lake Cop .. 32.00 Utah Con .. 22.50
La Sallo Cop 0 75 Winona .. .. 7.00
Miami Cop .. IS. 621 Wolverine ..115.00
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Alice $2.00 Leadv Con 03
Bruna Con ... .05 Little Chief .. .06
Com T Stock.. .23 Mexican .. .. 1.15
Com T Bonds. ,161-Ontarlo 2.25
Con C and Va. 1.15, Ophlr 1 25
Horn Silver -40iStandard 00
Iron Silver ... 1.751 Yel Jacket ... .70 1
Bell Main 5200. Independent 360.
Are invited to call and in
spect the National Copper
bank in the Newhouse build
ing. The banking room is
the finest in the west and is
well worth a visit.
iThose who wish to keep a
part or all of their surplus
funds in Salt Lake will find
in this bank -a sound, strong,
conservatively managed in
stitution. Such accounts will
be welcomed. They give the
out of town depositor a city
financial connection that
may often be of great ad
vantage to him.
L-r- ; 1
DIEECT PEIVATE WIEE8ToBp
333335 South MaM
NEW FELT BUILDIM Br4
BAIT LAKE CITY, UTA3 Kf
Correspondents memben cf dKj
STOCKS CABBIED ON
(WM. H. CHILD if
343 Main Street, OiftM
Both phones 325. 'W
Call us up for qnotatjB
On Stocks. :K
I DENVER y ill
Excursions Sept 2H
St. Louis jjflK
Omaha, Kansas Olty 'jm1
Denver, Colorado Spring
Other points In proportion jM
Denver and Pnoblo 20.00, Mj
September 21 and 25. S
Provo canyon, mW$Kt
91,25, on regular trains, 7!0?jM
Boise and Interurban BattR
Cars leave Bpot tor Og
8:00. 9:00. '10:0. nioo,
1:00, 2:00, 3:00. i:00. VVl JK"
8:00. 9:00, 10:00 p. BoU.1Hli
' Cari, leave Caldwell f:JTK
7:30. '8:30. 9:30. 10:30.
2iW, 1:30. -2:30. SO- '3V' V
7:30. S:30. 9:30 p. na.
Bagsage and exprtW- ciltM
-Baggage lor JBol.o JdiC5lBi
jcExpreai to Eaglo Jfe
points only. K
Cures Tired. Acbine. 8SB
Feet. Callouses. Bunions ' "Bj5jftHb
Mcfatoff. At all drujnP"1 -'W9