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H 10 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, KM2. 1
I. DEAMS CLOSED
II Chas. E Knox and the Knight
I Investment Company Are
j the Purchasers.
I SILVER-LEAD GROUPS
i Company Will Be Organized
L to Proceed With Deep
jffl A mining deal of moro than usual In-
j tereat and importance wat consummated
I In thlii city Wednesday, whorcby tho
Lucky Boy and' Alamo properties of thy
i Lucky Boy, Nevada, dltrtrlct, fH Into
i the control of the Jcbso Knight Tnvcst-
j ment company of Utah and tho Charles
I E. Knox Interests of TonopaJi, Nov. Mr.
f; Knox was a. visitor In Salt Lake for tins
past two oc threo days, and he mic-
ceeded In leaving for the east yesterday
I noon without the newspaper men finding
!.; him to get the details of this deal, but
L enough was learned from an authentic
h source to show that everything hod been
li flowed up successfully, and the nwnor-
.1 shin of these properties lia-i clumped,
if Mr Knox Is the president of tho Mnn-
jfl tana -Tonopah company, a director of the
i Nevada Hi I la and several other organl-
$ zatlona of Nevada, having recently ae-
1 quired for himself and associates the
J control of tho Prince Consolidated rom-
I panv of the Piocho section. The Knight
J Investment company of Provo Is too
'1 well known In Utah to require any ox-
tended description of its activities in tho
1 itilnni of this and other states, among
fl its propositions being the Iron Blossom,
I Colorado. Rlack Jack. flccl; Tunnol,
1 Pragon Consolidated nnd several others
1 of the Tlntic camp, and the Rico-Wcll-
New Company Forming.
' .Mr. Knox nnd associates have held a
bond and lease on tho Lucky Boy prop-
jl elks abovo mentioned from tho former
owner, J. H. sillier, and Mr. MilJor will
bo associated with the Knight-Knox ln-
rests In tho formation of a now com-
BBS I jmiiv to take over tho Maine for devcl-
BBk I opmcnt. These properties are located
BBV I In h'emcrnlda county, About seven miles
BbCw from the town of Hawthorne, and there
BBV is moro than a passing rommtlc interest
BBEjffl attaching to thin unction.
BBSS Tho properties are located by the side
BBV1J nt tho famous Ovorlamd trail leading
BBSrcj fi-u Rodlc. Following tho Goldfiold and
BBliU l'"iinpah boom several yeara ago, tho
BBHESn J nit hern Pacific company removed Its
BBKB tiaHci from Flawthorno to tho now town
BVI of Thornc, thereby nhorfenlng its route
BBtH In the uouth. but placing the old town
BBj8 o' Hawthorn far from railroad ronnec-
BBlfl tlms and many wero tho ctorlos printed
BBefl of the railroad-deserted little villngo that
BBJH long had been noted as an oasis of su
BBJI tractive green to the travelers over the
BBja It wan shortly after the removal of
BBJH the railroad tracks that discover! en of
BBJH i Mi silver and lend ore began to bo made.
BBJH In the Lucky Boy section, and Haw-
HBKH thorne came back to public notice despite
HHVS Ilia lack of a railroad. Anions: tho hls-
HkI tin makers of the Lucky Coy camp
HHpJy Avore the two mines which provide the
HHhB "ibjcct of tlif deal closed In this city
HHfflf "N cdnesday. and a production of over
BWI 51,000.000 worth of ore wa made by
BBJI them before tho shaft struck water, and
BBJ It became a vory expensive proposition
BJH to handle the resources allowing in splcn-
BHI c nl quantity at depth
Hi Plan of New Owners.
It Is the plan of the new owners of
BBj I'k'o properties to drive a tunnel for a
BH okstnnve of between 5000 and 6000 foot
BuJ to tup tho resources, tho tunnel to he
BBj started directly upon tho vein, and when
Bkj the ores are opened at a depth in excess
BJH of any so far reached, the management
BjW uill have the advantage- of perfect drain-I
Bjw age and no hoisting. This wo will bo
BH rtcl without delay, nnd tho new com-
BBj pany will bo organized as quickly ns
BBJ possible, all the details being practl-
BBJ tally arranged.
BBJ Some of tho ore from tho Lucky Boy
BBj ) ax been extremely high grade, and thin
BBJ i i haracter of ore with depth from the
BH water zone Is anticipated, but .should
BBS. the work open a sufficient tonnago of
BH; milling grade rock as well, a plant doubt-
HHJl l.-s iv 1 n bo installed at the logical hour
BH for Its treatment. Tt Is certain that
BHH some of tho strongest and most efficient
BHH r-apltallsts connected with the western
BH ninlng fields will give the Lucky Boy
BH ramp a thorough camnaljni of dcvclop-
H mnt. and no one doubts but what the
BHl ptrong velne of that section will respond
HWf in a gratifying and permanent manner
HBSI Mlth depth.
Boston Mining Stock.
Hi James A. Pollock &. Co., bankers and
HHk brokerii. furnish the following, received
HH over their private wire yesterday aftcr-
HB i oon:
H BOSTON COPPEP RANGE.
H Sales.l II. L. Clse
Alomah I GO 3 ?,
BH . Lutte fc Balak 4
HB Huttfl & Superior.... -1,010; i$l 7 ! i7
H Calumet Arizona. 97 S2 SI SI
HB . 'helf Con OSO lj ij! ig
BH . Copper Ra.n;e Mi" 3D J 50 nls
H Haly West o 4 I A 4
BHf Iavls Daly S75 21 'Zi 2
BH Hast Buttn 1,640 16 IS Id
H niroux Con 100 4? 43 4j
BH Hranby Con 1,116 61 6
Hf Greene-Can f)70! 103 103 10?
HHj Hancock fiOfi 2R Tj S
B Indiana Copper .... l.TOOj 1.7 nj if,
B Inspiration Con I'O 105 "0
K Iake Copper ir.O S51 351 Si'l
H La Rose IOO! 2i 2 J )
V4 Maon Valley j j 23 121! yi
H1 Nevada Con." SO! ni "ij
B Nevada Utah f Ki: "UrA 5c
BJ Niplcslng ! si S1' Si
Hi North Hutte 7.27.M ::7i' s'i
BV North Lake 570; j) 3I 4
BH Hay Con-. l,70l 22j! "13 "11
I S Smelter, com..' S9i 4Sii -lJtj 481
BHj 1 tah Con ssoi i2y, ia I 121
Hf BOSTON CURB CLOSE.
Wtt. American Zinc iJSa.GiiKJ
BoatonaEly j i'jSj; f'SJ
Begolc l!!!i!!l l '"j I I'zo
BH Blncham Mln-s I 5. 50 Sk-
H Butte London A. 4$ '?
B alavr.raji i j,7. f 35-,
H K"rr lake '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.. ? j i';?
HB KftweenHW .... ,,; - nn t "W
jjc :..: ".Tv -.re
Aiaj's 7 lift i
Michigan -tI, i
HH OJlbway j AM J ,
H Uj-torla ... ?. OH .......
M'vp.ndnt ' "...."....'.! l M 1 "m
HH vVaml r 1-75
Ma-f lower J-.'no; ij.'fs
HBi Orrenc It t 14. 7:
BBJ Pagl Ss U. BcJI .. . .. 1 ' us
BBj 1 tcj. Aprs . n - 5
P-T"' Creek -y- 0 ' V I ' '
HH "'i"" . "1 1.'
HH w xisi ... -.'V
HH r. ftp Central ; '
GOLD FID MERTEN
Manhattan Strike Is One Run
ning High as Dollar to
A discovery of ore has been made on
Ihe Murtcn-Cuntwcll leaso on the Man
hattan Crescent property that haa set
that district on edge, and while, the real
o:;tont of the find remains unknown at
thin early day. It hnppcns to bo one of
the most encouraging that has over been
found In the camp. The dirt had not been
assayed at the time of the last report,
hut innumerable panning.') have been
made, and It Is estimated to run as
high as $2000 Tier ton In gold, or Si per
pound.- There arc front 10 to 15 inches
of thl3 material showing in a fissure.
To one remembering1 Manhattan follow
ing the San Irtanl?co earthquake and
flro. the present prosperity of tho district
scema almost a miracle. l-Yom a deserted
Fpot. Manhattan has risen Into first
prominence, and today It )n one of tho
most flourishing and accomplishing camps
among all tho sold reetlona of the wcsU
The Blc Four, While Caps. Kendall
Lease. Amalgamated, Tarnsh Lease and a
number of additional spols of the camp
are ahowlntr splendid results, and the
mills there are kept a.- busy as could be
wished for. The material for the new
mill of tlin Big Four company is expected
at the rlto at any day now. and thla
plant will be. hurried to completion.
Mnnhnttan Is a living Illustration that
beneath the wild orgy of stock specula
tion which eventually forced the aban
donment of a camp, and which gave the
district the blackest sort of an eve, there
still remained for the honest digger op
portunltlou of tremendous merit, and
few expected this of Manhattan.
i WHAT PRODUCERS OF
: COPPER ARE DOING
Thcso days of high-priced copper and
with premiums In the fchnpi of big carn
insr.i for stockholders, a statement of pro
duction by the various copper producers,
and their cosia of production, are timely
matters. The following table Is con
tuined In the copper letter of George L.
WUIkor of October 1:
If III 3? ?I
t s c p s tj
Company. ? g4 IF 2
2 y 3 : -
1 '? si cr
o . .
r a .
Ahmeek . .1 r.0.000! IS.OOn.OOO' 3601 7T00
Allouen . ..I iOO.UOul 7,000,000 70l 1LK0
.Aninlgani. . l.o."S.S7.'l;2n 1.000,000 1.10 0.00
Anaconda . 4,332,ii0u.2i"i0.000.000l G s fi.n0
Brit. Coium. 5fti,7o:i; s.fioo.ooo) Hi n.no
Cal. Arts. 628,571 r.0,000,000 .SO1 7.50
Cal. & Mec. 100.000 07.000,000 D70 fi.00
Centennial . 90,000 3.000,0001 S3 12.00
Chlno S70.000 42,000,0001 4 Cl)0
I'op. Rango 1 :34,SSf. no.000,000 76 00
Butte .. 150,000 lc.ooo.ooo 35, o.no
Granby . .. 150,000 23,000,000! 1R3 11-00
Greene C-.in. 2,."00,000 50.000,000 20 H.50
isle noyaio lr.o.ooo s.ooo.ooo n; 10.20
Miami . ... 74P.00O R7.000.000 49 S.50
Mohawk . . 100,000 12,000,000 120 10.50
Nov. Con. . 1,33S,8P2 72.000,000 H6 7.50
N. Butte 410,000 4,000,000 5? 10.50
Old Domin. 300,000 r.0.000,000 100 'J.f0
Osceola . .. 36.130 IS.000,000 1S7 10.00
Qulncy . 110,000 22,000,000 200 11 .oO
Ray Con. .. 1,"S7.500 S7.500.000 24 O.i'O
Shannon . . 330,000 17,000,000 R2 11.00
Superior . . 100.000 (1.500.(100 6". 11.00
Tamarack . 60,000 8,000.000 134 12.50
Tennefiiien 200,000 J2.000.00O fiO 7-50
Ufnh Con. . 300,000 10.000.000 3?. S.OO
Utah Cop. .4 ,575,000 175,000.000 111 S.00
Wolverine . 60,000 P.500,000 IPS S.00
After crediting lead, gold and silver.
NORTH BUTTE HAS
VERY RICH COPPER
Several days ago it -was Teported that
the North Bulto company had made a
discovery of ore on the 2500-foot levol
that wa as rich na a.ny thing ever found
in this famous mine, and the mine report
yesterday was that tho vein was 15 feet
in width at Ihis time. Of this 3J feet
will overage 40 per cent copper, while
the balance ranges anywhere from fi to
10 per cent. Considering the present
price of copper and tho ability of the
company to handle such ore, the. North
Butte promises to roll up a. respoctable
sized bank account beforo the end of
The Utah Ore Sampling company on
Wednesday released 5 cars of oro from
Utah mining camps.
The metal quotations for Wednesday
posted by McCornlck 5t Co.. were as fol
lows: Silver, 63c; lead, $5.10; copper,
San Francisco Oil Stocks,
James A. Pollock & Co., bankers and
brokers, furnish the following, received
over their private wire yesterday after
noon: I Bid. I Asked.
Ass'd Oil $4i.r0 ?
Monte Crlslo 1.35
New Penna 57 .53
Palmer 23 '
Premier j .45
Silver Tip 55 .63
WK Oil 1.75 I 2.0U
Now York Mining Stocks.
James A. Pollock & Co., bankers and
brokers, furnish the following, received
over their private wire 3-csterday aftcr
noon: NEW YORK LISTED STOCKS.
I Sale8. H . ! L. ;ci.e
Chlno .! 6.S00I 425; 42 42t
Ooklfiold Con ' 3,:i00' 24; 2Sj 2j
Nevada Con I OOli', 22i! 22i' 22
Ray Con I lS.fiOO) 22J! 21i 215
Tcnu Copper ' 1,600 14' 43j! 435
Miami Copper I l.JiOO' 2D.I 2S' 20t
Utah Copper ' 10,6001 C4j 63ij fii
Inspiration i 1.100? 20 1 13l 20
Ni:W YORK CURB RANGE.
I Sal.-s. H. j U ICIse
Klrst Nafl Copper..) 2ij 1JI 2i
Olroux Con f 4J 4jl 48
Nevada 1'tah t .' 2c 5c
ruiy Central ' 23! 2K 2S
Yukon Gold Ti00 3J' 'zV, T,x
Ohio Copper A. 300 lit lj' li
New Keystone ' 2 17l 2
South Utah I 600 :l lj s
Mason Vallcj- j 100 12'.! i;i: 125
Braden Copper f 'JOO' 61' CI'....
Ely Con ( l.r.o&f rjc! 2it.i -0c
It. Rose I 700' 2J1 2J! 1
Ncvnila i.1111 PJOI If' 15 15
Rclmont i 100! 35. ui ?I
ITonopah ! .;t! o-l ;
Alaaka. ; auOl ay; ;nj yj
NEW YORK CURB CLOSE.
1 Bid. jAskcd.
Ely Consolidated f? .20 J .25
Mm Natloonl Copper....! 1.S7-M ' 121
Giroux Consolidated ' t.Gsy t 7S
Yukon Gold j 3.37i' S.'nO
'' Keystone 1.73" 2.00
Nlplsslmr S.r.7' S.50
Ohio Copper l.SS'l 1,70
Ray C.ntmi a.S7jl.
La Ro 2.37t 2.S
tooth ITtah , , ro" .7-
rtrtll;,!i Col "opper ! 4.7S ' "$7
Hh' Stair (Jus I ,37a, ,50
I T:' .. . 6.S7; 7 00
Ma ft a:, ... .; 12.50 12.75
NEW RECORD MASON
Nine Hundred Fifty-five Tons
of Ore Handled in One
After about two weeks careful uuising
along the second blast furnace at the Ma
son Valley smelter, the management has
demonstrated its fitness for tho task
at hand, something that General Mana
ger Jules I.abarthc nnd his capable noso
clatci" never doubted for a moment. It
will be recalled that this second furnace
was enlarged, several feet without ever
having been placed In commission after
completion as originally planned, the work
at the plant being done entlrclv by tho
first furnace. ;
This Initial furnace had a. rated ca
pacity of 100 tons of ore a day, but it
averaged about double that for a long
time, and iv-n handled within twenty
tour hours 017 tons of ore. Upon the en
largement of the second furnace, the
first was closed down and the 3ccond
placed in service two weeks aso. It
is stated by visitors that this second
furnace will make a. tonnugo record be
fore tho end of the year, as It has han
dled as hlch as 055 tons of ore within
twenty-four hours, and this within ten
davs or less of the Initial hlowlng-In.
When in Salt Lake several weeks ago.
Mr. Labarthe accounted for the unusual
results at the smelter from the tonnage
standpoint by the fact that the ores
received at the phint are of a superior
fluxing variety, requiring less artificial
flux than the ordinary run of copper
oros. which condition naturally is a most
welcome fiictor thesf days of high priced
copper. Tho second furnace Is 'expected
soon to exceed 1000 tons of ore dallv.
BIG DAY'S BUSINESS
ON LOCAL EXCHANGE
Large sales of Prince Consolidated and
Iron Rlossom helped bring I lie value of
trading jestorday on the local exchange
to a cood level, while the. demand for
the lower-priced Issues, particularly Colo
rado, May Day and uther lower-priced
Tiullr-s. brought the day to a fairlv re
spectable point. The total salc.i of .11,
33S Hhares of stock had a market value
Tho following wero the closing transactions:
1 Bid. lAskod.l Sold For. "
T. - Qulncy ? .20 I? .30 '$ .30
Blng. C.-SI. .12 I .m .12 5
Ohio - Ky.. .20 : .30 .21 2?
Alta Con. .. .40 .52 '
Alts. Emer.. .13
Sant. King. .055 .07
New Yer 15J,
Colum. Ex.. .QSg .10
I Forenoon. Afternoon.
I Eld. lAskcd.H Bid. lAskcd.
B. Tunnel .1$ .031 $ .11 $ .0!) 1 .10
Blnp Amal .05i .03 .05 .OS
HI. Jack ... .08 .03J .00 .10
Cnrisa .. ..1 10
Ced-Talls . .01 i .02 .011 .02
Century ... .05 05 .
Colo Mln'ft .16 .17 .17 .17
Colum Con .10 .26 .10 .35
Con Merc -. .04 .10 .02 .10
Cr. Point .. .02 .025 .02 .02?
Daly 1.60 1.00 1,60
Daly Judg 5.90 7.00 5.90
Eastern P .011 .02 .01 i .02
E Or Point 00 004
E T Con 00' 00
E T Dev 01 I 01"
Emerald 06 05
Gold Chain .32j 33 .36
Gd Central .60 .70 .58 .61
G. C Cm OS OS
Ind Queer .00? .01 .01 .01 J
Iron BI021 1.20 1,25 1.00 1.25
Joe Bow.., .00 .05 .00J
Keystone . .OS
K David 10 ,..vi.
K "William .03 .03 .03 .03
Lead King .02 .10 .03 .111"
Lehi Tlntic .Ofl .00 .004 .001
Lion Hill ....T 04 .06
Little Bell 35 35
L Mam .06 .061 .061 .064
Mammoth .60 , .60
Masonic. M 25
Ma Valley 11.50 13.00
May Day ,U .15 .15
Mln Flat .OI! .012 .01 .02
Mtn Lake 03i .07
Ml L Ext .02 .....
May Evans 05 ! 05
Nev Brit ....... 6
Nev Kills 1.75 !
New York .013 .021 .0H ' !62ii
Ohio Cop. 1.473 1.65 j 1.47i 1-70
Opohongo . .12 .12J ; .12 .125
Plo Dcm .. .00 .035 J .00 .001
Plo Motals .01 .02 .01 0'
Pitts Ida l.io . .. 1 '
E!uls 071 .073 .07 !o72
Pr Con. .. 1.70 1.721 1.721 1.75
Provo 02 i
Uexall 021 '. '.'
Sacramnto .011 ."
Sevn Trghs .02 .03
fill K Coal 2.00 3.00 2.S73 3.00 '
bil K Con .70 1.03 .70 1 02i
Sll ShMd Xo3
Sioux Con . .04 041 ... '
So Iron Bl 00"i 06
Swan Con .041 .045 .041 .Oil
Hn Cent . .005 .01 .003 .01
Tin Ilumb 01 ....
Unit Tin . .01 .01 .u6j ".OH
Lucie Sam .07 .00 .OS 001
Utah Con .. .01 .02 Oil O
Union Chief 10J .00 !l0J
Victor Con 03 01
Victoria C .60 .65 'yh
Wllbert ... .07 .003 .07' "10
Yank Con . .12 .17 .12
Jcr Cop 10 '"'.16'
Grulli 02 0"
H'cx 0K "
Ingot .05 ot
Inyo Gold ..i .03 "03&
Iron Tin t ...I I ,05 "op
Moscow ... .27 I ,35 .fi V,
Miller IIIll ? !q5 ...'T..
Colorado, 500 at 165c.
Iron Bloesoni, 100 at $1,221.
Lower Mammoth. 300 at 6lc.
Mountain Lake. 1000 at 4c
New York. 1000 at 21c.
Plochc Demijohn. 1000 at 03c.
Plutus. 3000 .at 71c.
Prince Consolidated. 100 at 51.70.
Tlntic Ccntrnl. 1000 at lc.
Uncle Sam. 1200 at S2c.
Shares sold. 5200.
Selling value. SS5U.25.
Trlnce Consolidated, -100 at 31.70.
Unin Chief. 1000 at 101c
May Day. 2000 at 15c.
New York, 1000 at 2'c, buyer rlxly
Shares sold. 4 400.
Selling value. $1107.30.
Colorado, 1200 at 16ic; 1000 at 17c: 2000
May Da.y. 1000 at 15 c.
Prince Con.. 1100 at 11.70; 1600 at J1.7:?,.
Swansea. 00 at le.
Shares sold. S100.
Soiling value. $.a25.50.
Iron Blosfoni. 2 at ?1.22J: 15.00 at 11 CO.
Lower Mammoth, 1000 at 61c
May Day. 4500 at 151c; 1000 al 16c,
buyer sixty dayn.
Shares Hold, 17,735.
Selling value, 3S1M.5?.
Goorgc I'.. Gunn l-ft yesterday for tho
Mason Valley property in Nevada.
The now lead refinery of the Interna
tional compajiy near Chicago Is now In
Thomas Kcarns. general manager of the
Silver King Coalition Mines company, has
left for his ranch In California.
Secretary Frank J. Wetcott. of the Sil
ver King Coalition Mines orr.pany. imib
In Park Citv on Wednesday with trie
monthly pay roll.
WIND RIVER IlL
Development of Locality Was
Retarded by Lack of Kail
POPULATION IS NEEDED
Good Domestic Grade Coal,
but Lacks the Essential
Aa a result of Investigations made by
E. G, Woodruff and Dan E. Winchester,
the United Stales geological survey has
Just published as Bullet in 171 -G. a re
port on the coal fields of the Wind River
region, in Fremont and Natrona coun
ties. Wyoming. The primary purpose of
the Investigation waa to obtain data for
the cliis.'dficRtlon of the public land and
to collect Information relating to th
amount and character of the coal in
order to fix a price at which sucli land
should be offered for rale.
Extent of Coal Area.
The Wind River coal fields compulse
an area of about 2500 square miles, and
include the geographic center of tho
state. This region han been known to
contain coal of commercial value, uincc
some of the curlier exploreifi examined
coal bods along Popo Agio river. Only
:;inall mines wero opened, because tho
sparse settlement afforded very little
local market and there was no commer
cial market which could be run chert un
til 100, when tho "Wyoming X: North
western railroad Aran completed from
Casper to Lander.
The coal, which is a low-grade bitum
inous cohI, when reduced to a coareo
powder is black, but when crushed to
a very tine state Is dark brown. It
burns with a short red flamo. Ignites
readily and produces ash not Inclined
to clinker. AVlien burned In a. stove the
coal docs not fuso and shows no ten
dency In rokn.
T.he Wind River coal is best adapted
for domestic fuel, but it has ben em
ployed satisfactorily under stationurv
boilers In Hrm- kilns and In similar places
when, fon-ed draft Is not required. Ow
ing to the rapidity with which It dislnte
grates, the 00.1 1 must bo shipped in box
cars and can be held In storage only a
short time alter It Is mined. Thin re
sults In mining only In winter, when
fuel Is needed for Immediate use and
when mining is more difficult and ex
pensive than in summer.
Market Is Limited.
Tho markot for coal In the "Wind River
region la limited to a fow towns along
,Tallroad, aj,,i to widely separated
ar " ln, arn. Consequently the
AntSw Places reached by railroad
outside of the region. Tti these markets,
however, tho coal Is brounht Into com
petition with tho.t from other fields in
SiTi1"" amJ ln Towa' whera mining
conditions are generally moro favorable
or where a better srada of coaI S T
frA ?,Pi,' at thP, Port may be obtained
JrASJ? nPJcat,on to the director of tl
geological survey. TViiahlngton, D. C.
DEMAND FOR PAINT
HELPS LEAD MARKET
K,,TnT,i!LliP-,L0 the, Palotlc Utahiw woll
with ready funds and who have
bnildlngti whoso interiors or exteriorH
lack the attraction and finkYh of fresh
coats of paint, for they iav0 the chai.S
lo help along lh, lead nltuatlon by ap
plying some of the aforesaid funds upon
itf,eii,Jif0reSftW '""Winsa. It appearoaa
if this programmo Is boiiu? carried out
generally all over tho country, "or the
-nJ0,!1 eai . company, tho principal
? i fnCJ f in shcd Products, and
lead for paints ln particular, reports that
the demand for Us material Is far ex
ceeding the capaolty of its various
It seems a. far cry from a crop of flax
to prosperity in the lead mlnos of Utah,
but flax provides the linsoed oil required
n paints, and flax has followed the fash
ion this year by earning the right to bo
counted among the- bumper crops. Flax
has grown so abundantly this year that
the prico of linseed oil has been re
duced very materially, and for two years
past the high price of linseed oil, due to
restricted tlax crops, has kept Unseed oil
to high that tho owner of buildings has
been prevented from painting the same
by the high price of paints.
The demand for paints, therefore, has
Increased: the demand for Irad hHS in
creased to Mich a point that tho Hiatal
is now worth nearly $1 per hundred over
and above Its low range In recent years.
This has brought a splendid era of pros
perity to tho western lead miner. Load
13 ono metal that shows no material in
crease In production, the mines of the
U,',I(?,Slatcs ln 1511 Producing a total
of -lOtl.MS Ions, against 372,227 tona in
1910. an Increase of approximately i;7,
S12.000 pounds. Tliero are few now loud
mines bring discovered, while, thcrp are
no new lead districts being opened. In
1011 Utah stood third ln tho le.-id pro
duction column, with 55,19$ tons
Nevadas in San Francisco,
.lames A. Pollock & Co.. bankers and
brokers, furnish tho following; received
over their private wire yesterday aftr
noon: I Bid I Asked.
Coldfleld "j "
Col. Mountain j lj ,0-1
! Jumbo Extension DC ..." I
Blno Bull oc
1Oiie Star ,05
9ro ; 0.1 "".b'
Atlanta it; jg
fJrcat Rend 0.'! 04
D'ficld U. B. Con or
Coldlleld Dalsv 07
Combination fraction V'
Spearhead " nr
Velio w Tiger 05
Cold fiuld Con 2 .1,'
- : ins "".n
Merger Mines ,, m .,-
Mexican 2 I"'!
Con. Virginia :o "
Savage OS I!!'.!
TTale and Norcrosn i
Sierra Nevada is
Union :53 .......
Mlzpah Kxlcnslon 93
Montana Tonopah 2.10
MacNa mar. 22
Midway ..-,2 h
Tonopah Belmont D.po
Tonopah North Star :J9 ,iQ
"VN'eiit End Con 1.C5
Ttrscuo IS .20
Jim Butler .7:2 .7
Casn Boy A 09 .10
Tonopah Merger 1.071 1.10
Boston Tonopah oi
Monarch Pitta I2xt 2S
Manhattan Con cv
G. Wedge on .16
Dexter 03 .05
White Caps 15
Man Bis "our 15
Other dlMrlvts !
Nevada I Jills ,. - l.n7J 170
Pittsburc SiKr Peik ' ,11
nund Monnta'i' . , .37 1 ,"R
I All you have to do is to ask for Schlitz 1 j
in Brown Bottles, 1
Sunlight grows hops, but spoils the beer. m
1 Beer acted upon by light soon takes up ffijj
the very disagreeable, so-called 'light pi J
taste,' and also a repulsive, skunk-like odor," :.
says no less an authority than the Wahl-Henius Institute lih
of Fermentology, the scientific authorities on ?
the subject. Ci Beer so affected, 11 they say, c cis Wi w&
offensive to the palate of most consumers.'1 H $
m Light starts decay even in pure beer. Dark glass Pffltt S r
tm gives tne Dest protection against light. L he brown M-MB W
Wa Bottle protects Schlitz purity from the brewery to m M ffl
H our glass. I jl I p B
I Why don't you, too, drink Schlitz? More and lilllilsll
more people every year are demanding it. ISBSSv If
We started in a hut. Today our agencies kv 9'
dot the earth. Our output exceeds a million fk Sfitf 1 .
M barrels a year. lff lllill S '
8 See that crown or cork w- H. Bintz IiI hOI R H 1
J is branded'' Schlitz S' 1
That IV! a At M i I wa u kce Vzmus
PORCUPINE GOLD IS
COMING TO SURFACE
The world vraB recalled to tho knowl
edgo that there la audi a gold camp on
tho map as Porcupine on Wednesday by
tho statement reloaded In the east that
the TJolllngcr mine during Septembor
cleaned up the snug sum of ?o'00.000. This
company la producing 300 tons of or
daily for its nev mill, and it in expected
that the Holllnger will continue to at
traot attention as tho premier of tho dis
trict about which the preKs of the world
was lulling ovor a year or two ago.
COPPERS ARE LEADERS
BUT CARE ADVISED
JamoK A. Pollock & Co., bankers and
broker, furnish tho following, received
over their prlvae wire ycatenlay after
noon: Paine, Webbor & Co., Boston.Ical
market sold oft .slightly at opening on ;tc
count of vealcnena in Now Vork. hut after
first few mlnuteH new buying ordern
camo in nnd prices rallied. Thorc whs
ateady ab.sorptlon of North Butte
throughout session nnd we look for this
Htoclc to sell muoh higher. Th0 Ualkan
H tuatlon seemed to he the disturbing
element in the New York market and
many stocks wero pressed for sale by
houses with foreign connection.-. The gov
ernment :rop report was loaned today
and wan about ns expected and this had
little or no efieet on prices. Wo still
bclicyo Unit advantage Hhould be taken
or nil weakness In our market to take
on somo of the belter cla.su of coppers
J-.ogan rji-yan. New Vork. Not much
can bo said of the ot--sioii today aside
from the fact that liquidation for for
eign account continued on a large tca'o
during the forenoon, the market later
becoming steady and advanced slightly
In the last hour, after the publication
of the govornnienl report, which, al
though above expectation, falhul to stim
ulate a marked degree of actlvltv or to
cause much nervousness among tile short
intori'SL Call money advanced ratter
sharply, denoting that monetary condi
tions are still such an are Mkfly to ex
ert a restraining influence on construc
tive endeavors in the .stock markot and,
too. the commcnta of the various politi
cians wrc kuc!i as to aeepntuiito tho fa-t
that between now ami November I niil'h
Is likely to be said by some of our states
men which intent not be tmtlrnU- hi
keeping with the policy of crystallizing
llu cheerful .oenllincnt In eomniorelal and
Industrial circles which has been fostered
by the brilliant crop prospects nnd other
We believe the short intercut has oj
panlel ."ouiewhat and thiit unless for
eign ll(Uldatlon Is again heavy tomorrow,
that prlrcrt nwy recover moderately on
catt''rcd shortco orlng. but we er)ntlnue
to adhere to tho opinion recentlv rs
proyped which In erfecf 1b that the In
centlvo to promoto a btiMnluwi rls in
the slock market Is mill lacking. Situ
ation In PalkanK in xonu-wbal more seri
ous than manv realise, spr'iH'ly in no
far ah It pei laiiM to t'u i-u ',ilt" of
ronipllia'lofn- jnd f-.'li.r ll' i, 'a'n i of
Niirri'au .in i i c nati . 'lu'lf iv
a lar,;c r,ilc.
PRINCE CON. WILL
HAVE BROAD MARKET
It is generally belloved on what Is con
sidered good authority that tho visit of
Charles E. Knox to thla city during tho
past two or three dayn reunited in ar
rangoments being mado with tho amollora
for the shipment of a largor dully oro
tonnage from the Prince Consolidated
property of Plochc. Tho companv lias a
contract with the International Smelting
&. Refining company, to whose Tooolo
smelter Is being shipped a largo tonnage of
oro at tho present time. For thy pur
pose of sending in moro tonnago it is be
lieved that Mr. Knox has laid plans for
from 50 to 100 tons daily to ono of the
other plants oi this valley, presumablv
the United States Smelting, Refining &
Mining company of Midvule.
As if to Bhow that the revolution In
Mexico Is not affecting Its present operations-,
but more because It has the money
and the means of making more, tho
Grcono-Cananen. company on Wednesday
declared a dividend of 2fi cunt.s a share,
the third for 1912. willing for fCOG.000.
bringing the total for the year and date
to $1.81S,000. While there have bean
some doubts expressed as to this quart
erlv dividend bIng posted, Inslderu have
Insisted that tho damages Jnfllctei by
the rebels in Mexico have been repaired
The New ' K,
is the ImiM
Hub of Uy
ofSaltLakeCity U WiW ft
Have your oi'fico or mM'St
fctoro WIIEBE THE ill I J , i j P
PEOPLE AEE, on the .iil I 1 1 jJ, iflf
btuiicst corner, in the - j, i I j ( 1 1 IB
tallest, most ruagnifi- JIM 1 JJi If
cont, l)cst cnuipped iiril M MV
building, with tio fin- J ii 1 1 1 lli J
eat surroundings and j ,,3iifBi
eervicc. 3111 1 li M ' tfi
Tlio Mercantile Ar- iHlnlllf lU
cades on the Mezzanine ' hi.,,.,,. . .1
and Third floors aro n m j n I J 1 1 tTTI
modem ami popular ft'lfryvrEwSi
feature for stores. Rent- S a fl 3 ci "
nls, $22.50 a month audls JSt W-i Sf"
up. Applications inay'Unl-!R. I M $
b Pia4c at Walkci S&Mr
Brothers Eankcrs. esrUU
and everything Is ruiinimr to the satlsfai
tlou of the management.
The iflt of the r'-bels lo tho Greoill
Cananea propertlen whh brief, but full; L-
Interest. Soon Uu-reafter the rebel leat i,
or. Cam pa. was captured on America u
soil, and tho properties liavo been li (..
alone Hlnce. Kor boveral day the bun Wl
lng of brlilges lntorruplel tho rallioa hi
foimectloiis with Naco, and the shipimil
of concentrales lo tbo smelter vs 'jj
stoppud aa a consenvicnco, hut a fo
days sufficed to ninko all repairs, an
the only noticeable effect of thoso troubli i
was tho few days' non-nnival of copi t
matto at Ihe eastern refinerlc?. i
V Ore and Bullion.
The ore and bullion repoi I for "Weji:
nesday. given by McCornlck & Co., wil; ..
as follows: Ore reeelvil. SM0.OO0, bulllofl
Shipped, $103,000; total. $245,000 'Jg
I'erfions troubled with jjartial pavnl 1 1
sis nro often very much benefited li 7
iiiassHpinc tho affected parts thorough
when appl3'iiir chainberlain 's Linimon j
This linimont also relieves rhcumatl
uins. For salo by all dealers. Tj t ,
(AitvertUom nt) '
If you don't want to be
cold this winter, you'c $
better be coaled by ui IV
I COAL CO.
"This is the Place."! jj$
Office 277 S. Main Sti
Tel. Ex. 401. jl
! STOCKS, BONDS, GRAINS
James A. Pollock & M K
BANKERS AND BROKERS, . JJt!
233-333 South Main Street (Felt Bid J
Salt Lako City. j
Direct Private Wlr to all Markets-
Duplex Syjilcm One Relay to Ntr YJ
ajid Boston. ,
Correspondonta Members all Exchanfi
Stocks Carried on Liberal Maffflns.
Specialist In Mountain States TeleyBOl fc1?
and Tcltgrapb, " X