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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY M0RNI1TO, 16, .1912. '
I MOUSE IN RED
United Slates Company Has
Developed Great Success at
DESCRIPTION IS GIVEN
Process .Works as Well as in
Lead Smelting at Mid
One of the most interesting Hems these
days In copper smelting Is the successful
operation by the United Stales Smelling.
Refining and Mining company of the bag
Iioubc system at its Mammoth properly
in California. This company Is now op
erating at Mldvale a baghouse in con
nection with its lead smelter, and It was
the Mldyale plant that materially as
sisted in evolving the baghouse for the
copper smelter, the first copper baghouse
ever to bo utilized.
In a recent number of the Mining and
Engineering "World C. A. Tupper had an
article on this Mammoth plant and mine,
and the following extract dealing with
iho copper baghouse' plant will be of
much Interest locally:
I Three Thousand Bags.
On account of the difficulties with the
agricultural interests in the vicinity, as
to alleged damage from smelter smoke.
It has been necessary to install a bag
house system for filtering' all smoke and
fume discharged from tlm plant; and this
is being very successfully used. With
three furnaces in operation there Is a
dailv deposition In the rows of woolen
bags, 3000 in number, and each 3-1 feel
bv IS Inches, of 25 tons of fume. Jt
consists mostly of zinc oxide and sul
phate, but also carries considerable sli
ver, some gold, a small percentage of
load and not much more tliun a trace of
Trie furnaces arc provided with steel
water-Jacketed hoods and steel goose
neck down-comers. From the latter tho
furnace gases, Joined a little farther on
bv the converter gases, are passed
through Iwo hopper-bottomed brick
flues, "each 260 feet long, where the Hue
dust settles, to ;i. brick and steel cham
ber, from which four S-foot steel pipes
lead to another 3tcel collecting chamber,
terminating In a steel flue 15 foot In
diameter, which runs up to a building
where two fans arc Installed. By means
of these the gases are forced on. through
Riiotber steel chamber, to 40 -l-foot cool
ing lubes, each 200 feet Ions?, having ris
ing, horizontal and down-coming sec
tions?. At (heir discharge ends the pipes en
ter a. steel distributing chamber, where
the temperature of the gasi?s is slill fur
ther reduced by the Introduction of at
mospheric air. The fumes arc Hion
forced on through short pipes into the
bags In the baghouse. The under part
of 'the building consists of rows of 20
hoppers. Into which the bags arc shaken
when full, by means of o suitable me
chanical device. From tho hoppers the
fume recovered is drawn off and a por
tion of it sent, with whatever settles In
the pipes between the smelter and the
baghouse to a brlquctting plant, on the
level of the furnace charging lloor. Here
the line dust Is also treated, mixed with
fine sulphide ore The remainder of the
fume is dumped Into a stock pile, pend
ing the working out of a system for re
covering its sine contents, as well as its
values In gold, silver and copper.
How Acid Neutralized.
To avoid any danger that sulphuric
acid might reach and attack the bagging,
a device for mixing suitable reagents
with the gases has been provided at a
point just before they enter the cooling
tubes; but this has tnus far proved un
necessary, as the Mammoth ores carry 4
to 5 per cent zinc, which forms oxides In
the furnaces and completely neutralizes
the noxious elements. "With the. use of
such a small percentage of coke a good
oxidizing atmosphere is maintained in the
The operations at the smelter arc in
direct charge of J. H. Kervln, superin
tendent. The equipment has been planned
and much of It designed In whole or In
part by C. IP. Moore, the company's chief
engineer, and G. W. Metcalfe, manager
of tho company. 11. E. Hanley is super
intendent of the Mammoth mine.
I ELY CONSOLIDATED TO
CONTINUE ZACK SHAFT
President S?. M. Levy leaves tonight for
the Ely Consolidated property at. Ely to
inspect the present Interesting develop
ment work on the fiOO-foot level of the
Zack shaft. Mr. Levy stated yesterday
that he was working out the arrange
ments for driving the Zack shaft 200 feet
deeper, or to the SOO-foot level, and he
hopes that this Important work can be
undertaken within the early future. The
management has developed a good cop
per ore tonnage on the -100. 500 jmd G00
levels of the mine, and the resources at
the latter depth show unmistakable in
dications of going down to depth in
definitely. San FranciBco Oil Stocks.
James A. Pollock & Co.. bankers and
brokers, furnish the following, received
oor their private wire yesterday after
noon: I Bid. Asked.
Brookshire 1$ .on $
Illinois Crude 15 .25
Monto Crlsto 1.30
New Pennsylvania 18 .49
Silver Tip 75
Turner ...... . 05
V K Oil 021
In the coal business 1st
year men usually smoke hop
and think they are going- to
2nd year men find that
they have used up mo3t
Hl of their original capital.
3rd year men generally
land in a padded cell or the
I Western Fuel Co.
CRITCHLOW, FISCHER &
Cable Address, "Wufuco."
Phones 719. 73 Main Street
Kim BURTON Ml
General Manager Edwards
Gives Encouraging' News
About Idaho Properly.
One of the faithful shippers of gold
bullion to tho Salt Lake market Is the
Kitty Burton company of Idaho, the gen
eral manager of which company. U. L.
Edwards, left for the mine Thursday
evening- after attending' to somo business
matters locally for two or three days
past. Mr, Edwards says that the man
agement is handling- about thirty tons of
ore dally In the mill, and the average
amount cleaned up net per ton is SI I.
Thorn have, boon somo very encouraging
Increases during the present, month,
however, and February will run In not
results considerably above the average In
the past year.
Mr. Edwards said yesterday lhat the
present ore showing Is gratifying, the
reserves are being kept well ahead of
tho requirements and the Kitty Burton
gives every promise of being a steady
producer and bullion shipper for a long
time to come. The property Is exclusive
ly a gold mine.
Mr. Edwards Is general manager of the
Musgrove Mining- company of Idaho. In
which there Is an extensive local stock
holder interest. The properly Is not be
ing operated at present, but Mr. Ed
wards and associates hope to finance the
mill Installation during the coming summer-
This is a gold property with a gen
erous tonnage of ore already demonstrat
ed, but a. mill will be required before
production can begin.
A STRIKING FEATURE
The report from Parle City Thursday
that the Thompson-Qulncy management
had encountered eighteen Inches of good
shipping ore In raising In the fissure
from the 1600 level to the contact,
brought out many demands for that Is
sue, and It was much stronger than
usual. What a body of shipping ore
means to this company needs no em
phasis, and what strikes one at first
glance Is tho. splendid depth being sound
ed In this properly.
Sales on the exchange yesterday
reached the total of 5-I.US.1 shares of
stock, the market value of which was
511,111.51. The following were the closing-
unlisted and listed stock transac
Bid. Asked. Sold For.
Thomp-Q.. $ .::. S ."I 5 .80 frS .SI
Mia con.. ..tjj .r.i .a:: T .::
Utah M C. . i ' .17 .16 Tf
Col IDxtcn. .1 1 l .15 .II ID
Bing ct-st j .on ; -in :
A. M. P. M.
1 Bid. IAskcd.ll Bid. Asked.
Beck Tun ? .ll'.J'S .111? .IS!$ .14
Big Cot.. ; I .01 I ,01
Blng Amal .04 1 .Ofi ! .05 .Ofi
Bl Jack .. .Hi! .It! I .13 ! .1
Camp Bird. I I .00 I I .001
Carina 1 .15 In
Ced-Tal... .0211 -03 -02
Tent Mam 10 1 10
Cent Mam 10 JO
Century... I .OK OS
Colo Mln I .10 .11 .31) .40
Col Con. ( .26 ,2S I .2'J .US
Con Mcr. I .M OH
Cr Point. .0:ij .01 .03 .04
Daly 1.25 1.40 1.25
D-.ludgc . I 5.50 G.Q0 5.60 6.00
Dragon . -1 110 1 25
E 7rliice. I .011 .OX I .011 .04
15 C Point I .00 .003 ,00j .01
E T Con ..I .001 .02 .00 .02 i
R T Devel.l .001 .-02 .00 .02
Emerald . j .09 .15 .081 . 1 1
Gold Chain I .52 .55 I .52 .53
G C Crown. .02 I .10 .02 .10
G Central .S3 .02 .SS .02
Grutll. .. 1 001 .01
lnd Queen .1 .015 .02 I .013 .02
Inyo Gold .013 .025 -019 .03
Ir Bios... 1.27 1.30 1.25 1.30
Ir King .011 015
J Bowers 02 02
Keystone. .07 .07 !
K -William .04 .041 .04 .04:
I, King OS 05
I.chi Tin. .00 .01 .00 .011
Lit Bell.. .35 40 .45
Lion Hill 02 .03
L Mam., .03 .031 .03 .081
Mas Val. 11.50 12.25 11.50 12.25
May Day. .15 .151 .15 .151
Mln Flat .1 -01 .011 .01 .01
Mt Lake. I .021 021
Mammoth. 1 1.00 .30 1.00
Nov Brit .( I .10 II I .40
Nev Hills 2.35 2.371 2.45
Newhouse .75 ....... .75
New York .04 .041 .04 .01
Ohio Cop. 1.021 l.on 1.00 1.05
Opohongo. .1!) .21 .19 .20
Ploeho.D. .10 .101 .10 .10
Ploche M. .01 .011 .01 .011
Ptutus .. .051 .06 .051 .0(1
Prince C. 1.02 1.05 1.021 1-07;
Provo 01 01
Pitts-Ida. .00 .00 .00 .09
R &. Ana,. .07 .12 .07 .12
Rexall .. .02 .02 .02 .021
S Troughs .021 -031 .021 .03
S K Coull 1.50 1.S0 1.471 1.R0
Sioux Con .10 ,12 .10 .Hi
S' Iron Bloe .0011 .00 .001 .00
Swan Con .031 .04 .031 .033
S K Con. 1.121 1.171 1.121 1.171
Tin Cent. .023 .031 .023 .031
I'nlted Tin .001 .001 .001 .001
lncie Sam .32 .33 .32 .34
rtah Con .03 .031 .03 .O.'li
f'nlon Cb 20
Victor Con .04 .05 .04 .05
Victoria C .72 .74
Wilbert .. .25 .30 .27 .29
Van Con. .15 .20 .15
Vcr Cop 031 ,02 .031
Beck Tunnel, 200 at 14c.
Black Jack. 500 at 141c.
Colorado, 200 at 3'Jc; 700 at 40o; 500 at
11c; 300 at 40c.
East Crown Point. 1000 at 1c.
Iron Blossom, DO at $1,271, 900 at J1.30.
King William, 1000 at 41c
Lower Mammoth, 500 at 3c.
Mason Valley. 20 at $12.
Mav Day, 1500 at 15c.
Ohio Copper, 150 at $1,021.
Prince Consolidated. 2000 at $1.02.
Silver King Consolidated, 150 ut $1.15.
Tlnllc Central, 13 at 2c.
Uncle Sam. 750 at 32c.
Shares sold, 13,833.
Selling value, $01SG.5J,
Beck Tunnel, 500 at 15c, buyer sixty
Colorado. 1700 at 40c.
Indian Queen, 2000 at 2c.
Iron Blossom. 100 at $1.27.
May Day, 150 at 15c.
New York. 1000 at 4c.
Ohio Copper. 500 at $1.02.
Shares sold, 9450.
Selling value. $2422.50.
Colorado, 200 at 40c; 200 at 391c.
Gold Chain. 1000 at 52
Iron Blossom. 100 at $1,271.
King William, 4000 at 4c.
Lowr Mammoth. 2000 at 3c.
Ploche Metals, 10,00(1 ut Jc.
.Swansea. 2000 ut 3c; 2000 ut 3Jp.
ITncIe Sam. 10 at 33c.
Victor Consolidated, 500 sit 4ic.
Victoria Consolidated, 500 at 73c; 700 a,t
73c. buyer sixty days.
Shares sold. 23.200.
Selling value, 52130.
East Crown Point. 2000 nl c.
King William. 2000 at 4c,
Lower Mammoth,' :!000 at 3c.
Swansea. 1000 at 33c
Shares sold. S500.
Selling value, $372.50.
The t"tah Ore Sampling company on
Thursday released 2 cms of ore from
Utah and 3 cara from Nevada camps.
BIG HDA DEAL
Prominent Men Gather in
GoldOeld and Create No
End of Interest.
SPECULATION IS RIFE
Many Mines Mentioned as
Likely to Be Gathered in
The. Goldlleld Tribune of last Monday
A party of mining men, most of whoso
names arc famous throughout t'no world,
will arrive hero from Tonopah bv auto
mobile this evening about 7 o'clock. The
Senator Thomas Kearns of Clah, min
ing man. hanker, financier, newspaper
owner and multl-mllllonalre.
B. F. F.dwards. head of the Tonopah
West End and Identified with the Hali
fax. Clyde A. Heller, president of the Tono
pah Belmont and Goldlleld Belmont com
panies. Frederick Bradshaw. general superin
tendent or the two Bclmonts.
F. H. Brady, long Identified with the
oil I of mines of Tonopah.
C. B. Zabrlskle. a native son of Ls
mcralda county, right-hand man for
Frank M. (Borax) Smith and a power
In the great United Properties company,
the S20O.OOO.OOO corporation that controls
traffic largely about San Francisco bay.
B. E. Crossley. president of the Oak
land Realtv company, a subsidiary of
the United Realty company.
.1. C. "VVoir. banker and broker, spe
cializing in Nevada stocks in New lork.
Entertained. by Campr
The narlv will be received at tho
Gotdficld hotel by local mining men and
bv members of tho Commercial associa
tion, and at about S o'clock they will be
entertained at dinner In the hotel grill
room. An effort was made to get the
Goldlleld band out. but somo of the
nicmbors could not be reached In time
to assemble tho organisation. Tnc nartv
will return to Tonopah late this evening,
but Mr. Zubrlskie and other members
will return here on Thursday or Fri
day and It is understood that they will
onfer with local mining men upon some
project of importance.
Tho presence In southern Nevada at
this time of a number of men who have
long been conspicuous In the conduct and
financing: of largo mining enterprises has
aroused much speculation as to the ob
ject of their gathering together. All of
them arc known to be Interested, in min
ing enterprises at Tonopah and there
are persist cut rumors that some of them
arc about to embark in projects of great
magnitude in the Goldliold district.
In this connection, it has ben persist -Mitly
asserted, although apparently upon
no more substantial authority than mere
gossip, that the "Borax" Smith Inter
ests arc negotiating for control of the
Atlanta. Mines oonrmm.v and will either
sink a deep shaft or arrange for tVie de
velopment of tho Atlanta through tho
shaft of tho Merger Mines company
whop this shaft attains sufficient depth.
It. Is argued that the recent assertion
of C. O. AVliltfinoro to effect that
tho Merger company would bo onen to
proposals of this nature wYinn It had
sunk Its big shaft to depth had the At
lanta and some such arrangement In
view, as the Atlanta ground adjoins
thf St Tvcs claim of the Merger, on
which the shaft la being sunk to 2000
Other mergers hae been spoken of.
and rumor mentions tho Kewanas,
Spearhead. Krandma. Lone Star and oth
er properties In connection wlt'n the
coming- of these men. Tt is known that
some kind of a. dal has been contem
plated for sonic time past Involving tho
Atlanta and Its development at great
depth, and the minlns and market
sharps believe this the most likely ground
to be sought bv interests such as are
represented by these men. although t'nev
have nothing tangible In the way of
official statements from any source.
It Ik reported in Tonopah that Mr.
Heller, who Is also president of the Jim
Butler company, came to the camp to
meet Mr. Edwards and Mr. Zabrlskie
to confer upon matters relating to the
Halifax company. In which both of tho
latter are Interested. Another question
engacrlng their attention Is said to bo
the disposition of tailings from t'ne old
Belmont mill at Millers.
MASON DISTRICT AS
SEEN BY INSPECTOR
The following is taken from the annual
report of State Mine Inspector Ryan of
Is'evada. It should be borne In mind that
this report Is up tn Novemher 30, 1911:
This is a copper district of no mean
proportions, situated In Lyon county not
more than three miles from the towns of
Yerlngton and Mason. On leaving the
town of Mason one comes upon the
Mason Valley Copper company's prop
erty, then the Blnestone. Western Ne
vada, Maluchlte, McConnell and others
until the Nevada-Douglas Is reached on
the othur side of the range a distance of
eight miles from Mason, over a veritable
mountain of copper.
This Is one of tho noted mineral sec
tions of Nevada that bus passed through
a dormant period, while some of the
properties, notably tho Mason Valley
Copper company "and Nevada -Douglas,
have continuously operated their proper
ty. It was most probably for the purpose
of blocking out ore and otherwise devel
oping the properties, until at this lime
they have several million tons in sight,
much of which assays a very high per
centage. The owners of other properties
saw fit to suspend operations In the hopo
that some day they would he afforded
an opportunity to have their ore treated
without the additional cost of long-distance
The Copper Belt railroad, which en
circles the ore zone of this seel Ion, has
been completed for some time. Over this
lino will be carried the oro from the
different properties to the big smelter at
Wabuska that Is now nearlng completion.
The Mason Valley Copper company Is
constructing an aerial tramway from the
mine to Its chutes near the town of Ma
son, a distance of onf and a half miles,
and by which means greatly Increases Its
tonnage and very naturally diminishes
the cost of handling thus far. Tt Is ex
pected that several hundred men will be
employed in this section ere long.
ANOTHER SIDE TO
CUT IN LEAD PRICE
The reduction by the American Smelt
ing & Refining company of 0.15c per
pound in Its price for lead within less
than a fortnight has excited more than
the usual gossip. One hypothesis Is that
It Is a warning to congress to refrain
from reducing the tariff on lead and lead
oro. If the price for lead bo low the
producers of lead ore recelva less, howl
and write to their representatives in con
cress, who may thereby be Influenced.
Tho recent drastic reduction is to be an
object lesson. Q. 15. D. However, this
la something like cutting off the nose to
spite the face. A more rational hypothe
sis Is that the smelting company wanted
to Hell lead and, bavins found the de
mand sluggish at the previous price,
made a series of i uts In order to stimu
late consumption and make Its supplies
inovo, ISn&iricerinj; and Mining Journal.
LI TARIFF ILL
Col. Hackett Believes That
the Interests of West Will
One of the most encouraging- hopes of
the lead producing Industry Is the belief
that President Tafl will veto any reduc
tion In the lead tariff until the tariff
commission shows absolutely that the ex
isting schedule Is too high, and that
President Tnft will exorcise his voto
power without question ia the firm con
viction of Co). .lames L. Hackett, presi
dent of the Prince Consolidated company,
who Is In Salt Lalce from his Louisville
This veto power, Insisted the colonel,
will be exorcised purely on the merits of
the situation, and not on political
grounds, but there can be no question
that any president or party would fare
mighty poorly at tho hands of tho lead
producing states like "Wisconsin, Mis
souri. Utah, Colorado. Idaho and Ne
vada should cither succeed In making a
drastic reduction In tariff on nothing but
Mining, sa.ys Colonel Hackett. Is bound
to pick up from now on, although he does
not expect anything like a comploto re
turn to prosperous business conditions
until after tho presidential election. Tho
producer of motals certainly has reason
to rejoice at tho present silver and cop
per market, and the recent advance In
silver has meant materially Increased
profits to the Prince Consolidated. Col
onel Hackett was pleased to report that
everything with this company is progres
sing smoothly and satisfactorily in all
IRON BLOSSOM IS
TO RAISE DIVIDEND
Those who pride themselves on their
abllltv to feel futuro dividend action in
the a'lr do not hesitate to predict an In
crease next month in the dividend of the
Tron Blossom company. The company Is
earning so much above the existing re
quirements, and so steadily, that there Is
accumulating a surplus sufficiently com
prehensive to choice tho proverbial cow.
and not less than 10 cents a share is to
bo declared at the next quarterly divi
dend session. This sounds good, and
thorc are none who would object to an
New York MininK Stocks.
James A. Pollock & Cn., bankers and
brokers, furnish the following, received
over their private wire yesterday aftcr
noon: NEW TORK .LISTED STOCKS.
1 Salos.l II. I L. ICIse
Chino 7001 253 25gl 253
Goldlield Con 200 45 li 4a
Nevada Con 400 10 ISt 1SI
Ray Con 1.K25 14 Bl 1G1
Tennessee Copper . 300 30 3531 3G
Miami Copper 200 231 231 23i
Utah Copper G.rQn 5G3 oOil oGE
NEW YORK CURB HANG E.
1 Sales. 1 H. j L. jCIsc
First National Cop .1 2fcl 2 I 2
Glroux Con 200 li 4 4i
Inspiration oCn .....I 500 IS lS'i IS?
Nevada Utah I 00 1 1 1 1
Rilv Central 2.500 2 2 2
Yukon Gold 32 32 :ii
Ohio Copper 200 11 li II
New Keystone 2i 2i 2s
SoulVi Utah i 'i S 3
Mason Valley 2,700 12 111 11?
Bradon Conner 1.500 51 ."il 51
Ely Con 400 I i
La. Rose .1 5001 3; 3? 33
Mays Oil I 4.5001 15cl 12c 14c
Belmont I n n
Tonopah I I 1i 1i i
NEW TORK CURB CLOSE.
1 Bid. Asked.
Ely Consolidated IS .45 IS .55
First National Copper ...I 2.00 I 2.50
Glroux Consolidated 4.45 4.50
Inspiration I 1S.I.2J 13.S71
Yukon Gold I S.37J 3.45
Nevada. Utah I .0fi .121
New Keystone I 2.06il 2.124
Nlplsslng 7.50 7.f.2j
Ohio Copper 1.00 1.061
Ray Central I 2.00 I 2.0G1
La Rose 2.7n 3.S71
South Utah I -t32J 75
British Columbia Coo 1 4.00 I 1.25
Bay State Gas .37i .50
Braden I 5.1211 5.25
Mason Valley I 11-75 I 12.25
Ontario I 1.00 1.50
Sioux Consolidated .11 .13
Colorado .40 .13
Iron Blossom 1.2n 1.30
Carlsa 12 .20
Nevada Mills 2.30 2.37J
Red Warrior 1.00
Boston Mining Stocks.
Jamps A. Pollock & Co., bankers and
brokers, furnish the following, received
over their private wire yesterday aftcr
noon: BOSTON COPPER RANGE.
1 Sales.) IT. I L. Clse
AJgomah .... 7777! 50j GJ Gi GJ
Butte & Balaklava . m 41 li 41
Butto Coalition 225 22J 225 22i
Calumet & Arizona. ISO Ml 0J G0J
Chief Con 300 92c 80c 01c
Copper Range 5S0 52 sill 52
Dalv West 51 5 5
Davis Dalv 2:7O0, 7Sc 72c 72c
East Butte 1.2151 13 13 13
Glroux Con 555 41 41 41
Granby Con 341 351 34 351
Greene Cananea ... 200 11 11 11
Hancock 035 351 341 35
Indiana. Copper .... 210 14 14 14
Inspiration Con .... 575 183 1SB ISA
Lake Copper 150 34 34 341
La. Rose I Si 33 33
Mason Vallov 3.745 y 113 12
Nevada Con I 10o! isq 1S3 1S3
Nevada Utah I I 9 7c 9c
Nlplsslng ) 1001 71 71 71
North Butte I S70 2UE 2G I 2Gi
North Lake 100 5Z 51 52
Ray Con 2251 10fl 1S1 ICQ
Superior & Boston ,. 3791 3'jl 31 3R
Trinity I til 5 G
U S Smelter com I Soil 35 35
preferred 91 4791 471 471
Utah Con 501 151! 15ll 15).
BOSTON CURB CLOSE.
' I Bid. lAskc'l.
Massachusetts IS 7.62M? S.00 ,
Shannon I 9.50 I 9.75
Butte fc Balak 4.25 - 4.50
Kerr Lake 2.S7I 3.00
OJIbway 5. no 5.50
Utah Apex 2.75 3.00
Greene 7.S71 S.Oll
Mayflower .... 9.00 9.25
Old Colony ., G.G2J K.S7J
Victoria ' 4.75 5.00
Wyandot 2.25 I . 2. SO
American Zinc 24.75 25.25
Keweenuw 1.25 1.75
Arcadian 3.50 3.75
Tuolumne 3.75 4. On
Michigan 3.25 4.00
Butte Sr. Superior 19.871
Inspiration Bites ........ .32 .35
Helvetia. ' I 1.25 1.50
Begoie '-i.la :t.00
Bohemia 3.25 3.50
Haton Copper G.75 fi.nn
Boston Ely 1.371 1.45
Consolidated Arizona 50 .621
Nevada Douglas 3.00 3.121
Ohio Conner 1.00 1.125
S W Miami 5.50 5.75
Bingham Mines 3.50 3.75
Majestic .15 I .4G
Oneco 2.871 2.95
South Lake 5.371 5.50
15aglc & Blue Bell 1.00 I 1.001
Ore and Bullion.
The ore and bullion report for Thurs
day, given by McCornlck & Co., was
as follows: Ore received, $20,000; bul
lion shipped, $110,000; total, $130,000,
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ago. Yet, tonight! After the tQ Mus5c of thegrcalcflt Interpreter ever played them pMS awa JHii
day's work! You who could not bom to translate it. the man.
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perfectly wonderful thing t ten thousand but nearly twice ten to teach you What I c' aH
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first sung only last night? You SKILL jH
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DURING THE MONTH
January production of the Niplsslns
Mines company amounted to lOG.SJt!
ounces ot silver valued at $221,003. which
compares with 407,11 1 ounces for Decem
ber, iO", 10S for November and -lr.l.liSti for
October. . During ilic month .shipments
were small and amounted to ore valued
at $113. G 17. the low figure having been
duo to the fact that the high-grad" plant
was shut down for tho annual clean -up.
This lr.is now been completed, and It Is
expected that tho February output will
The most important developments for
the month were those nt veins 73, 122,
100 ii nd SO, and were brielly as follows:
At vein 73 development work on the
250-foot level continues satisfactory; tho
oro shoot now having- a length of 230
feet, wltli thc face of tho drift showing
S Inches of ore assaying 2.100 ounces.
A raise on this vein was started In De
cember and encountered good ore at a
height of :i0 feet uhovo the third level.
The vein has a width of 1 to C Inches,
and at present is assaying 1000 ounces
per ton. West of the shaft some stoplng
was done, the vein here averaging S
Inches In width and carrying 3000 ounces
During the month the intermediate
level at vein 122 encountered new ore in
the bottom of tho drift. Where opened It
showed a width of i Inches and was
high In silver, carrying "000 ounces per
ton. Tho face of the drift shows from
2 to R Inches of calclte and cobalt, low
m silver. It Is tho intention to develop
the new ore from a raise from the sec
ond level below. At vein 100 the work
consisted of stoplng and crosscuttlntr.
In a raise, completed between the first
and second levels the vein assays 100
ounces. 2 Inches In width.
At vein 80 the raise which has been
driven connecting the first and second
levels Is now being completed. The dis
tance is 120 feet, and thc vein will av
erage 2000 ounces in width A crosscut
Is being driven from this shaft to tho
southern boundary of the propertv. T
has now developed a distance of S7n
foot. In this distance u few calclte
veins wore encountered, and thc most
promising one is now being driven on.
Nlplsslng will profit by the small ship
ments made In January and bv the large
.silver shipments forthcoming In Feb
ruary, due to the higher price of sil
ver prevailing for the latter month. The
metal Is quoted now at t;02c per ounce,
the recent rise having been verv rapid,
the market having advanced since the
first of the year upproxlnmtcly Gc per
MASON VALLEY IS
EARNING GOOD PROFIT
With only ono furnace of Its smelter
so far in operation, the Mason Vallov
company is upon a monthly producing
basis of 1.000.000 pounds, and the earn
ings of the company on a. II -cent copper
market Is civen by the eastern office
as ?3 per share per nnnum. With the
second furnace In operation, as li will
be within the next few davs, tho Mason
Valley faces a highly satisfactory situation.
WARMING UP LEAD
FURNACES AT TOOELE
Visitors from Tooele rt'port that smoke
can be seen Issuing from the stack of
the new load smelter of the International
Smelting & Refining company, the man
agement being engaged In the warmlntr
up process preparatory to blowing In.
There has been Home slight delay In get
ting the details of tho furnaces complete
ed, and It may be ten days or two week
yet before the actuul smelting of lead
The mclal quotations for Thursday,
pouted by McCornlclc & f nM were as fol
lows: Silver, o'.'gc; lend, 1; copper,
NORTH STAR KEEPING
MUCH WORK ON ORE
Very favorable developments have oc
curred this week on tho upper levels
of tho North Star mine, whore a good
body of payable shipping ore is beinc
opened up and blocknd out ready for
stoplng. says ihc Tonopah Miner.
The report from the mine states that
the drift on the vein, on the S50-foot
level, has now connected with the up
raise from the D.'iO-foot level. 30 feet east,
and for the entire distance the ore is
from 35 to 4 feet wide, averaging from
$35 to $-10 :i ton. malting a Rood pay
able, shipping grade. Tho drift Is now
being coutliiupd east on the ore be
yond the raise and will be carried on
over the stope, on I he !50-foot level,
from which high grade ore was extracted
three years ago. As soon as this drift
has advanced sufficiently beyond the
raise, cutting out and timbering for stop
lng thc oro will be commenced.
On the 1050-foot level the west drift
on the vein was continued to the foot
wall of the Mlzpah . fault In broken up
vein matter and from a point about 50
feet east of the Montana-Tonopah line
a raise la now being put up on the vein,
which tit this point shows bunches of
good ore. The raise on the' hanging
wall side of tho Mizpah fault has now
holed through to the 050-foot level and
a drift has been started west on the
vein, which shows a full face of very
good looking, but low-grade quartz.
Tho north crosscut on tho 1250-foot
level, to the Gypsy Queen, made rail
progress, the formation being verv hard.
The east drift on the vein was advanced
the usual distance but only shows low
The oro bins at the railroad switch are
now being filled with ore for shipment.
COPPERS ARE KEYSTONE
OF MARKET STRENGTH
.Tamos A. Pollock & Co.. bankers and
brokers, furnish the following, received
over their private wire yesterdav after
noon: Paine. Webber & Co.. Eoston. The lo
cal coppers acted oxtremely well todav
and tho only criticism that can be made
Is that the volume of orders Is unusu
ally small and that tho market is nar
row. The offerings of stock are even
Rinuller than this demand, which causes
gradually advancing prices. Underlying
conditions have never been better and we
anticipate an old-fnshloned boom In tho
coppers before long. It is many months
since It has been as safe to purchase the
coppers as It Is now. Range, Osceola.
C. & A.. Qulncy and Mohawk should be
picked up for Investment and Hancock.
Lake. East Butte. Shannon, Mavllower.
Old Colony and Franklin are safe specu
lations. Logan & Bryan; New York. Dull and
uninteresting hardly describes the char
actor of trading during today's session.
Neither London nor the continent, and
iOv that matter, only the professional
element, were factors during tho trading
and little significance was attached to
The strength of the Harriman lines was
said to be based on a more cheerful feel
ing relative to the strike situation, and
us far as the coalers were concerned
there was some talk of the prohubilltv
or the supremo court, handing down a de
cision on February ID In the coal case.
H Is anticipated that the political
event next week will afford something
definite on which to base calculations,
and meanwhile It appears to us that
aside from what operations might be
conducted in specialties, the professional
element are likely to choose the selling
side of the stock market as affording the
least resistance while tho outlook con
tinues so mixed up.
ITayden, Stone & Co.. Boston. The
afternoon session of the Boston copper
market Is quiet and steady. Many Is
sues show further advances, notablv Os
ceola. Tho undertone la very strong.
Gallagher. Now York. Curb market
was extremely dull, with exception of
British Amui-Ica Tobacco, Mlnlns
STOCKS, BONDS, GRM
James A. Pollock Si
BANKERS AND BROKERS E
333-335 South Main Street Ire'taMf
Salt Lake City. :
Direct Private Wires to all J1111
Duplex System One Relay to SfrlBf
and Boston. .K
Correspondents Members all .IjB
Stocks Carried on Liberal vm
Specialists In Mountain States Tt!B
in I Mi 1 1 w
stocks were quiet but firm. wUh.B
special feature Tendency ".K
San Francisco Oil StocKiM
James A. Pollock & Co.. tjB
brokers, furnish the folloD,tB
over their private wire JNB
Col!' Mountain ' l'"vii'R
Pennsylvania I 'k.-B
Booth I 't; M
Blue Bull ''' jKf
D'neidB B Con !lLiB
B B, Bonanza ; !
Mohawk Extension .!'FH!
D' field Trlungle "tRft
Merger Mines im'
coulda& Curry ' f fflE
Consolidated Virginia - jj .H
Savage .$ ik
Hale St Norcross ;;;;,. .j -K
SJer"ra .va(hl .''.. j-jj
OoSliekl "Belmont 1 1! hB
Montana' Tonopali. .. 'Bj
Tonopah Extension .
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Manhattan Co1 .... jjpHU
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