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H) 1Q THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, 1912,
I OLD AUflOSA CAMP
I , WILLJE REVIVED
Charles E. Knox and the
I Knight Interests Purchase
B the Old Cain Claims.
II A FAMOUS PRODUCER
1 Tunnel Will Be Extended and
I Old Mill Will Be
8 rt transpires that durtiis hla pretence
HI In Salt Lake. City. Charles 14. Knox, pmsi-
Hflfl dent, of the Montana-Tonopab company,
BB and the. Knlpht Investment Interests of
3 Utah rounded out moro deals tlinn that
Bfl hy "'hlh the control of the Lucky Hoy
iBSi nfi Alamo properllr.3 of Nevada war; pur-
BH ehased from the former omi'r, J. II. Mll-
WkM Irr 1(- 'E learned that Mchsi-f. Knox nnd
Bl Miller and tins Knlcht compnny hove se-
ffl cured the. properties at Aurora of the
H Cain Consolidated Minlns A. Milling coni-
jH pany. a proup of approximately fifty inln
Iny claim comprising the heart of the
There are few mining; camps In the
w;trn country that hav produced more
K wealth than Aurora, or round which hover
more r.entlment on account of the famous
HB mn once, operatlnp In that section. Au
rora. as Ik known, w:ik once the haunt of
BS Mark Ttvnln. and tho place still retains
BK vidncef! of his life there. The prup-
BE ertle purchased an noted :ibov hnvo a
BK iord of approximately ?L".000,000 net
B Plan to Drive Tunnel.
It if learned that the new owners will
proceed Immediately upon a campaign of
BK development work which will coiihIhi of
5endlnjr tho tunnel, now In ahout 1100
Ba feet, 1000 feet further m encounter the
BS 'anions old Humholdt vein from which
BK t'ie inllllonH havo been taken at tho up-
K per levels In former time, the, ore bodies
S helnc worker! to Just within the water
BflH level when operation!; had to ho aban-
BKH doned ou-lnc to the cost of future develop-
Bjl mint. Tho camp now ha.M the advantage
1 of electric power, while the tunnel work
Bsfl! planned Ik certain to ninovo the water
BK9 difficulty and the new owners are amply
BKH provided with funds to open and equip
BKH th properties in a thorough and modem
BCH There Is stamp mill on the Cain
BJjlD properties, and the n-w owuti will pro-
BJw feed immedliitelv with a scries of ex-
Bjflj perlmeniK with ono. hattcry of stampa.
BSh It Is planned to increase the weight of
BSiH the stamps and to make other needed hut
Bnl minor alterations with this hattcry. and If
Hll ti.e results confidently expected arc se-
! H nrrd. the entire twenty stamps now In-
BKfl vtallfJ will he treated to a like change.
DIVIDEND DAY WAS
OBSERVED IT PIVO
Iron Blossom and the Grand
Central Post Dividends on
Special to The Trihune.
PKOVO, Utah. Oct. 10. Dividend day
at Proo was fittingly observed by two
orsnnlsations, the Iron Blosnom and
Grand Central companies. As expected,
tho Iron BIoMom, llndlns about 5310,000
on hand, declared a dividend of 10 cents
a share the usual cpiartnly amount, to
taling $100,000, and which will bo paid on
October 25. the books closing- October 1K
The Grand Central company will pay
cents a share, on October 25, tho bookn
closlm? October 2B. This dividend
amounts to Jl.SS-'.OOO, while the Iron Blos
som with Its distribution will luivc paid
out a total of ?J..70,000 in dividends. This
!s Grand Central's Hfty-thlrd dividend.
The Crown Point company had a meet
I hip this morninjr. and an assessment of J
i cent a share w.ijs levied, which will ho
Icllnquent on November 15, tho salo day
Vine st for December 10. The manage
ment plans drifting from tho new shaft
at once, and conditions nre reported very
encouraging for results.
and thlrtv additional stamps added that
the capacity of this mill may be equal to
the demands to be made upon It.
Go Back to Old Mines.
There ha.vn been two or thre attempts
made In recent years to rovlvo tho old
Auroro district, but conditions have, never
been such that, success attended these,
efforts. Tho move In Nevada and else
where has been recently to go back and
open abandoned producers, tho advan
tages of modern conditions contributing
to the success of this in many Instances.
The majority of Ihe old producers were
worked down to the water zone, or to a
point where the ory proved too rcfrac
torv for the science of metallurgy at
that time to handle with success. These
davs of electrical power and general ad
vancement in metallurgy present such an
altered condition that these old proportles
can be operated at. a splendid profit, und
the owners of tho Cain group evidently
arc assured that they can rejuvenate this
proposition and bring it back to the gold
producing columns of the west.
BUTTE & LONDON
Interests closely allied with the North
Butte company have secured a controlling
interest In the Butte. & "London property,
and ample capital ha.s thereby been pro
vided for sinking to the 170-foot level and
searching for new resources at hereto
fore untouched depths. The return of
the Rutto S-. London company to tho
successful opcra-tlon column Is a splendid
contrast to the pant year with this prop
osition, as work was stopped through
lack of funds.
II A ' s e rea thing. With a sandwich
II Jl a the club; at the down town cafe; with a
Hi swell tabic d'hote; on the limited; wherever
HI you find people wise to what is best at mealtime,
you notice TV. 14-
H Ttc Beer of Quality
B J on the table. Ask any doctor -he will tell you that
H i Pabst "Blue Ribbon" Beer is the one beverage
H J that harmonizes best with the process of digestion.
9 Bottled only at thp brewery in crystal clear bottler,
shozuinfc at a glance that it is clean and pure.
l Rieger & Lindley j
The Willingness to Serve, '
The Ability to Serve Well
National Copper Bank
BBj "Try National Copper Service for YourEolf."
GOOD ORE FOUND
Michigan-Utah Leasers Wave
Sent Out Fine Tonnage of
SEPTEMBER WAS BUSY
Grizzly and Lavinia Veins
Will Be Developed Now
That leading in the Cottomvoodii pays
both leasers and owners of ground is II
Iuatratcd by tho experience of the (Michigan-Utah
Consolidated company, which
has Just prepared a statement of opera
tions for -the month of September, during
which period shipments of ore by leasers
wore made, at a lively clip. There vrcre
shipped during Uilsi period 5U 1-3 tons of
lease ore. tho gross value per ion belne
$.18.24, tho net avcrag-e per ton being1
Good Record Made.
TurInK: the period from July 2 to Sep
tember 30, there were twenty-nine lots of
ore marfcoted, nggresatlnpr 1031.S7 Ions,
dry weight, Ihe total ttosb value of which
was J36.50.73, the per ton value belnxr
JS5.S7. The ores carry gold, dlvor, copper
and lead, and the results show what Rood
work was done In the periods mentioned.
Tho MIchlpan-Ubih tramway ia now
entirely completed and In fuccesKful op
eration, and when tho mines of Alia re
trunio their normal operating condition
this accessory will be at hand to facili
tate production, reducing the costs of
production very materially over what
they have been In the past.
It in learned that the Micblgan-Utah
compHiiy recently lias let soma new
leases, which will guarantee a very ex
tensive amount of development worH this
wlntor on two valuable pieces of prop
ert3 One lease is on. tho famotiK Grizzly
vein, lieretofore a seneroua producer of
rich ores, and which le conaidcred to be
the making1 of one of the largest proflt
maklng ends of the MIchlgan-Utnh com
pany. Tho leasers will opcraio via the
Grinzly tunnel, and It ia safe to predict
that they will bo counted among the
heavy producers of thn camp during1 tho
life of their leano.
Lavinia to Be Opened.
Another block of territory on tho Darl
ington claim has been leased, the opera
tors to work along tho noted Lavinia
vein, another great source, of mineral
wealth, and a vein paralleling tho Griz
zly. Added to this ondeavor. the work the
company will do on its own account dur-inc-
the" winter. It 1b apparent tliat the
management will make unprecedented
headway in demonstrating the posHlblll
tios of virgin ground, the company being
in first-class shape for production now
after an extended period of equipping the
proposition for future usefulness.
SHORTS SHOULD NOT
BE TOO AGGRESSIVE
James A. Pollock &. Co., bankers and
brokers, furnish the following, received
over their private wlro ycaterday after
noon: Paine. TVebber Az Co., Boston. liOcal
market maintained uniform strength to
day with certain specialties showing ag
gressive buying. Profit taking in North
Butte seems to bo over and all through
the session today new buying kopt the
stock strong and tho close was the high
est of the movement. Granby rallied oas
lly to 64c and closed there. New inter
ests are picking up Indiana aJid Franklin
and a radical change in the directorates
of those companies Is expected shortly.
We look for continued activity and higher
prices for tho coppers.
Logan & Bryan, New Torlc The mar
ket was unsettled early In response to
the lower range of quotations on Ameri
cans in London aDd the conflicting ad
vices relative to the status of affairs
In tho Balkans. After early irregulari
ties prlcoa recovered gradually and sudhc
qucntly advanced quite vigorously after
the appearance of the Steel corporation
I statement of unfilled tonnage which
I served to induce a rather good class of
buying In tho standard issues, this along
the lines of the advices which We cir
Market wan slow to respond to the
most excellent government crop report
published yesterday, but quite a llttlo
discussion vaa heard today In connection
therewith, but on the whole there did
not uppcar to be a marked degree of en
thusiasm, though competent judgeH were
disposed to the view that tho rallying
tendencies today would cxtond somewhat
further. "What the market needs most
is a subptantlal outalde Inquiry which,
for a long time, has been noticeable for
its absence, so as a consequence various
upturns have for the most part been a
reflection of what might be termed pro
Politics both domestic and International
and monetary conditions still appear to
be the dominating influences, though the
strong fundamentals, such as the brilliant
crop prospects and the better trade con
ditions, make it advisable that the short
side be not pressed too closely on the
GOLD PLACERS OF
THE YUKON SECTION-
A. report has rccontly been iFSiicd by
the United States geological survey on
an Investigation of tho gold placers in
tho basin between YVoodchoppcr and
Fourth of July creeks. Alaska, on the
Upper Yukon. The region examined com
prises more than 1000 square miles and
the examination whs made by L. M.
Prindlc and J. B. Mertle, Jr. The town
of Eagle, on the Yukon, thirty miles
above the eastern boundary of tho region,
and Circle, on tho Yukon thirty miles
below its western boundary, are the
nearest settlements. The northern part
of this rcRionSla readily accessible from i
tho Yukon, but In the parts tliat nre re
mote from tho river tho means of com
munication arc still very primitive. Trails
and winter sled roads lead up most of the
Mining was probably done in the rerion
as early aB lSiS, but the most important
developments have been made during the
last Mx or yevon years. Tho total gold
production of the region Is loss than
1150.000. the greater part of which has
come from Mineral gulch, a tributary of
Voodchoppcr creek, and from Kourth of
July creek. Last year about thirty men
were engaged in placer mining on the
creeks In this region.
Auriferous gravels arc distributed over
a considerable area along Wood chopper
creek, but no rich or extensive deposits
have been found. The relative accessi
bility of the placers to the Yukon is fa
vorable to cheap mining, but only a small
amount of water is available for sluicing.
With on exception, all the operations
have been of a primitive; type, a Mcnm
, shovel on Fourth of July creek and a
few team hoists being the only machin
A copy of the report, 'which Is num
bered bulletin S20-O, may be obtained
free on application to tho director of the
United States geological survey at Wash
ington, D. C.
The Utah Ore Sampling company on
Thursday released 3 i-ani of ore front
Utah and 1 car froin Colorado camos.
GOOD DEMAND HOLDS
FOR FEATURE ISSUES
The mining stocks that have been fea
tures (or several weeke on- the local ck
chnr.go continued their lead Thurndar.
whllo the dividends declared by Iron
Blosnom and Grand Central stimulated
intermit in theso Issues throughout the
afternoon session. Prince Consolidated
and other Plocho issues are firm and In
good demand. The Tintlcs were reason
Sales for the dav reached the total ot
15.450 shales of stock, the market value
of which was 5500R. Tho following wero
the closing transactions.
I Bid. lAskcd.l Sold For.
Alta Con .. 5 ..17 .43 $ .40 $
T. Quincy .2.0 .HO ..'!0
R C Stand.. .136 A'2i
New Ycr 1o .15
Sant King . .50J ,0K
Sunt Chief .1 ,07 .OS
Alta Emer .1 .13
Ploche K . ' .0G
Ohio ICy. ... .30 .30
I irorenoon. II Afternoon.
Bid. IAskcd.ll Bid. Asked.
B. Tunnel X .07$ .104 $ -00 ? .10
BIng Amal .05 .OS ,055 .Ofia
Dl. Jack .. .091 .00 .10
Cp Bird s. 10
Carlsa , .10
Ced-Talls . .OH .02 .Olj .01J
Century ... .05 05
Colo .Uln'g .lfl .17 .15 .17
Colum Con .10 .10
Con Merc . .04 .09 .01 .00
Cr Point .. .02 .02 -01J
Daly 1.60 1.2B 1.60
Daly Judge 5.!'0 7.00 5.P0 7.00
Eastern P .01 J .02 .01J .02
15 Cr Point 00
B T Con 0L
B T Dev 01
Cold Chsin .32 .3fi .32 .3fi
Gd Central .57 .G .64 .66
Ind Queen 001 .01
Iron Gloss 1.20 1.221 1-20 1.224
Joe Bowers .001 00
Keystone .. .OS 073
King "D 10 1 .31.
King Wm . .03 ,03J ,03 .03J
Lead King. .03 03 .10
Lchl Tlntlc .00 .003 .00i .001
Lion 1-1 ill .. .04 .0C .04
Little Bell T 3S 33
Low Mam . .06 .06J .061 -00?
Mammoth . .60 CO
Masonlo Mt 25 23
Mas Val .. 12.62J 13.00 12.73 13.00
May Day .. .1&4 .16 .li
Min Flat .. .01 .01 i
Mt Lake .. .03 .041
Mt L Exn .02 02
N'cr Hills.. 1.75 2.00 1.75 1 .SO
New York. .015 .02 .012 .02's
Ohio Cop .. 1.50 1.65 1 1.30
Opohongo . .12 .1211 .12 .12
Plocho D .. .09 .001 .0!) .OPi
Plocho Met .0U .02 .01 .02
Pitts-Ida 1.10 1.10
Plutua 07 .08 .065 .OS
Prince Con 1.70 1.75 1.72 1.727,
Provo 1 02 ,
Rich &. Alia .0 4 .07
Recall ....! 01i .0C
Sev Trs ... .015 .021 .OH .01
Sil K Coal. 2.S71 3.00 2.S7j 3.00
Sll K Con 1.00 1.00
Sioux Con .01$ .06 .04
S I Bios 00i 001
Swan Con .041 .05 .04J .042
Tin Cent . -00? 002 .01 i
U Tin 01 .Oli .01 .011
Undo Sam .07 ,0?i .08 .10
Utah Con . .01 .02 -Olj .02
Union Chf . JO .101 10S
Victor Con. .0:i .05 .03 -0o
Victoria C .50 .70 I .60 .65
Wllbert . . .07 .00 .07 .091
Yankee C 12 .'-JO
Ycr Cop 10 .10
Orutli 02 02
Ibex 04 04
Tngot 04 04
Inyo Gold 0SJ 035
Iron Hat .. -02 02
Moscow . . .26 .35 .26 .37
Wabash . . .121
Zenoll 15 I
Pioche Metals, 1000 at lie.
Prince Consolidated. 700 at 51.721.
Union Chief. 1500 at lOJc.
Shares sold, 3200.
Selling value. ?1332,50.
Indian Queen. 2000 at 1c.
Iron Blossom, 1000 at S1.20.
Prince Con.. 300 at 51.721.
Tlntlc Central. 1000 at lc.
Shares sold, 4S00.
Selling value. 51974.
Bingham Amalgamtaod, 1000 at 6c.
Coloralo. 50 nt 17a.
Grand Central, T.00 at 62c.
Mav Day. 100 at 16c.
Nevada TIllls, 200 at 41.7u.
Union Chlof, 1200 at 10c
Shares aold, 3050.
Selling value, 5864.50.
Prince Consolidated, 100 at $1.72i; 100
at 51.75, buyer sixty days; 100 at SI. 75.
Tintic Central. 1000 at lc.
Union Chler". 1000 at 10c; 500 at 101c.
United Tintic. 1000 at lc.
Shares sold, 4400.
Selling valuo, $783.
BUTTE & SUPERIOR
MILL NEARLY READY
Eastern advices are to the effect that
the early completion of tho Butte &
Superior milling plant, when Iho company
will be In a position to treat 1300 tons
of ore dally or more, Is the motive power
behind the recent big markot bulge of
this Butto is-suo. With the mill in opera
tion, and with spelter at Its existing
range, it is stated that the company will
be earning at the rate of S10 a sharo per
annum, constituting it a generous divi
dend payer for a liberal slice of that SI 0
will be shared with stockholders.
Ncvadas in San Francisco.
James A. Pollock & Co., bankcis and
brokers, furnish the following, received
over their private wire yesterday aftor- i
I Eld. lAskcd.
Columbia Mountain 03
1 .1 umbo Extension 33
Blue Bull 06
Silver Pick 00
Lono Star 05
Atlanta : 1 .18
Great Bend 03
Diamondncld R. B. Con... .06 .07
Goldfleld Daisy 07
Combination Fraction 10 .11
Kcwanos 01 .05
Yellow Tiger 04 .05
Goldfield Consolidated 2.324
C O. D 08 .09
Merger Mines 30 .31
Ophir 44 .45
Consolidated Virginia 3S .39
Hale nnd Norcross .12
Confidence" : 10
Sierra Nevada 17 .IS
Mlzpah Extension 94
Tonopah Extension 2.25
MacNamaiu 22 .23
Midway , 52
Tonopah Belmont 9.S5
Tonopah North Star to .41
West End Consolidated .. 15 1.70
BcF-ue 19 .20
Tonopah Merger 1 . 1 1.15
,Tlm Butler 73
Cash Boy 00 .10
Boston Tonopah 04
Monarch Pitts. Ex 25 .26
Manhattan Consolidated . .15 .19.
C. Wtdgn , 09
White Cup?: n .15
Mnrer Big Four ((
Nevada Illlle 1.70
Pittsburg Silver Peak 91 .93
Round Mountain 37 ,3S
LUDWIG ON SEVENTH
LEVEL Mil BIG
Nevada Douglas Increases Its
Tonnage Continually, Willi
In his report to tho Eioston offices of
the Nevada Douglas Copper company
under the date of September, General
Superintendent Archie J, Orcm has the
following to say regarding the company's
Tho chalcocito ore body in the south
end of the seventh level is proving to
be fully as large a,'i was expected and
the general ansa;, valuo of the ore Is be
yond anything wo have hoped for. Tho
new strike of chalcocito to tho f-ast of
70S ralso s .showing up exceptionally
well. The ore has been crosscut for
Home twonty-tlve or thirty feet at thlts
point with tho breast of tho crosscut si III
continuing in high-grade chalcocito. Th
main in-line rhaft Is now being sunk
with a full crew on three shifts. The
north side of tho shaft has been In ore
containing good values in chalcocite,
chalcopyrltc and native copper for some
time past, and it begins to look as If
we we.ro going to' find a continuation of
the chalcocite ore body on tho sixth level
extending down below the seventh level-
S topes Afford Ores,
St opes 607, 60S. 60'J and 10 lh"
sixth level aro still continuing to produce
their usual tonnage of hlch-gradc ore.
Tho 400 big slope, which has been idle
for somo time past while timbering was
being done. Is now In shape for mining
to be resumed, Tho stopo from now on
should produce between seventy-five and
100 tons of ore per day for a good many
mouths lo come.
Stopes 204. 205. 206 and 207 on the sec
ond level are looking better with each
round. The oro In these stopes continues
to widen out as the stopes are carried
to the cast, and It looks now as If it
were going to prove lo be fully as large
as the -100 big stopo.
In the new tind on tho first level we
are continuing to follow the oro In a
southerly direction, tlfc quality and quan
tity of the ore being about tho sarno as
Doug-las Hill Work.
Douglas ITU section of the mine is
looking better than It has at any time
for several months past. Somo very rich
bodies of hlgh-grado ore are being en
countered in what Is known as the sky
line pits, near the summit of Douglas
mountain A raise was recently atartcd
near the cud of the Pearce drift to en
counter this same ore body. This raise
has recently been coming into high-grade
ore, at an elevation of about forty foot
a.bovo the tunnel level. This gives us
in the neighborhood of 100 foot of ore
within the next three or four weeks.
Tn the Slick drift, at the end of the
Pearco tunnel, wo aro continuing to fol
low the ore body north and south and
good values are being exposed with each
day's work. In the K. M. raise, the ore
body is continuing to widen, the grade
of ore being very similar to that mined
from what Is known as tho big atopo. It
looks very much as If we were going to
have another big stopo In this part of
the mine. In the end of tho Maybe drift,
the reserve tonnage is being added to
very raj)idly as this drift ia being puahed
forward. This drift has been in ore now
for tho past forty-five days, with no
signs yet of the ore giving out.
Mineral Zone Extended.
New developments show that the en
tire block of ground lying east and be
tween the Klondyko pits and No. 5 raise
Is of a good commercial grade. Tho
quality of the ore In this block of ground
has heretofore been doubtful, but from
present Indications the entire mass will
be shipped to tho inciter and produce a
good return to the company.
The most recent find in the Douclas
TIII1 workings is in the south drift from
the No. 2 or lower tunnel. Two days ago
a. body of high-grade spot ore was en
countered in this tunnel. The limits of
this ore arc as yet undetermined, but if
it opens up as it secma It will, it will ho
one of The best finds yet encountered
on Douglas hill.
ARE BEING EARNED
The Shannon companj- is producing cop
per at tho rate of about 17,000,000 pounds
per annum, and the earnings for the
ourrpnt year arc expected to not fall be
low ?n a share. The company is paying
dividends at the rate of 52 a share per
annum, so thero Is no rcuson to doubt
that the directors will find their way
clear to declaring a 50-ccnt dividend at
their November session.
The Shannon company is now reaping
tho benefits from Its past policy of plac
ing the earnings back into modern equip
ment, and the company lit In first-class
shape for production at a time when the
copper market Is the highest in ycar.
Boston Mining Stocks.
James A. Pollock & Co.. bankers and
brokers, furnish the following, received
over their private wire yesterday after
noon: BOSTON COPP1DR RANGE.
I Salcs.l 11. I L. IClsc
Algomah I 3:i0, :'. ::i
Butte & Balak ' ! I ,' 3?, 0
Butte & Sup ; S.1S4; -ISi 172 17-J
Cal & Ariz. j :!::s 82-1 Si ! S2
Chief Con J lOd! 12 13 1
Copper Range ' 10" HO it HO 50
Dalv West I I r; I
Davis Daly ! l.fiOO W 2ii 21
Kasi Butte 1.200 1G2J 1G 1 V)k
Choux Con 210' I3 I?! 12
Granby Con 1.712' lili. 2 ! Uli
Crccnc-Canfc. 1.22.i( 10$: 10a; 101
Hancock Tf. 270 281i 2$ ! 2$i
Ind Cup ...j. 07.'. 10 IT, 11!
Ins-p Con 1,137 21 103; 202
Lake Cop 2.1 S." Siii' 3r4
La Rose 21 2i 21
Mason Valley .".7r, 12i! IS
New da Con .... 5S(i) 22 jl 221 222
Nevada Utah 1 oc' 2c' "-
Nlplsslng ! i Sl Si'
North Butte I S..V.0! ?S 3SJ
North Lake f 100' U U 41
Ray Con I 3331 21 Z 2IJ' 215
Sup & Boston I 210' lj! Ij; I-J
Trinity ... t ' K ' C
tj S Smelt 1.U0 t$i; 1SJ' (S3
do pfd 1 130' 312' 313 313
Utah Con I 1.303! ir,i 12j 133
BOSTON CURB CLOSE.
I Bid. 'Asked.
Amer Zinc ?33.7f. '?S1.00
Arcadian 3.00 ' U.oO
Boston Ely .. 1.12s 1-23
Butte & London 31 .31
Boh'-mla 2.75 I 3.00
Bingham Mines 3.3U 5 G2J
f'ala vcrciH T 2.73 ! 2.S7
Nevada Douglas I 3.73 J 3.S7J
l"tah Apex 2.00 2.
Kerr Lake 2.30 ' 2.S7i
Keweenaw ,. 2.00 1 2.12J
Miami 39.00 I 2P. 25
Helvetia 75 I 1. 00
OJIhway 3.75 I 4.1 21
Tuolumne 2.37J' 3.121
Stewart 1 .20 ' 1 .25
South Ike 1 7.00 ' 7.30
Majcstl. I . 15 I 17
Bocolo 1 .25 ' 1 .30
Ohio Copper I.fiijl I. $7!
El Pabo 3.75 ' 6. t0
Michigan , 1-75 i I'.OO
Massachusetts 7.00 I 7.25
Shannon 15.30 'l'!. 00
Mavflower I 12. on 1 12.73
Greene I 10.3751 lO.fiij
Victoria ' s. on r .25
Winonj ' r. -jr, ' 5.30
TVyandot ' 1.30 ' -j.oo
Old Colony ' S.75 ' 9. 00
Pond Crek ! 23.00 ' I2i
Hetott Copper ' ? 00 : .n.sr,
Butte Central I 7.00 ' 7.12J,
Oneco ... 1.37a) 1.50
B Wants a Watch! p f
We want every pipe and cigarette smoker g&
jS in this country to know how good Duke's "
& Mixture is. I' It
jJ3 Wc-R-antvon to know that every grain in tbat big ftl gf,
2 one and a half ounce 5c sack is pure, clean tobacco jjf' stfj
a delightful smoke. 5j
pto And tou should know, too, that with each sack you gi ,jC
now get a book of cigarette papers nnd 2t
$ A Free Present Coupon
fejj These coupons ,itc good for hundreds of valuable pres- 0-
5u ents, such as watches, toilet articles, silverware, fiirni- fA) 5
22 ture, and dozens of other articles suitable for every member m-
M of the family. " J
You will 6urcly like Duke's Mixture, made by Liggr.tt Pj2'j 1
Myers at Durham, N. C, and the presents cannot fail &mx- -
to please you and yours. S
Sl ySPS iSSW? As ft special offer, l
Pf SmM d"rin8 October &
K MMM we m 3d y m ft
m I "tM our new illustrated lb
IdP&t tffll1 catalog of presents 53?
fflrvL 77 FKEK Jusfc scnfl us
1 m I Jrur narae address fti 1:
W Sfr&i on a postaK St
mSsGmUp '3 Ccufotu from Duit's Mixture r-cytc JgSl "
l3WtmBSz!?k 8&&r I assorted with apt front HORSE m ''
MBH&wh .2&P& I SHOE,.l.T.,TINStF.Y'S NATURAL jM' 8
ItfMlSg I LEAF, GRANGER TWIST, co-jftns AM1'!
WmEsmmr &4kX& I FOUR ROSES lC-tm double (Kl u
FnmSetP tJ. I cton). pick plug, cut, pied- ! S
rWFX( atV MONT CIGARETTES, CLIX CIGA- gfj
.t f TdT ItETTES, ar.d otfif.r tags or ceufent,
'"JXJvf AddrcsPrcraiutn Dept.
S ST.LOU1S.MO. jSl
New York Mining Stocks.
Jame3 A. Pollock & Co., bankers and
brokers, furnish the following, received
over their private wire yesterdaj' after
noon: N13W YORK LISTED STOCKS.
Salcs.l H. L. IClae
Chlno C.I'.OO l:U' -12 ; 13i
Ooldfidd Con .'1.100 21 2' 21
Nevada. Con 2.:J00 22i 22 222
Rav Con S.O00 21J; 2li 217
Tcnn Cop 100 V II ! HS
Miami Cop 1.700 20 2SJ! 20
Utah Cop 7.1001 lir.i' t!l
Inspinttlon f i:;.80 2Hl 20 1 20j
NEW TOR1C CURB RANG 12.
I Sales. Jl. Tj. !C1ho
First Nat Cop ' . 2 ! W, -
Olroux Con 1 100. -IS 'IQJ 1?
Nevada Utah I t't'l 2r- .o
Rfiy Central 1 23' "i -i
Toulcon Gold "il .'U
Ohio Copper 1.20U VI 3 3, l"i
Now Keystone 2 1, 2
South Utah S i
Mason Valley .r00 125; 123' 12?
Brad en Copper 1.100. GS V
BJv Con l.lOd 22cl 2lcl 2lc
Kerr Lidco SOOl 2Z! 2'jl 21
Belmont 100' OS fi' 01
Alaska ' ' Or Oli l
NEW YORK CURB CLOSE.
I T3ld. jAakcdT
EiyCon 15 .12 J$ .2-1
First Nat Cop I 1.75 I 2.00
Glronx Con i t.'".2i 4 -S7i
Yulton Gold I 3.3731 3.50
New Keystone I 1.S7J' 2.00
Nlpisslns S.23 I S.G0
Ohio f'yppor 1.5") ' 1.73
Rav Central 2.:i71
I .a Roso 2.::74l 2.30
South 1'ial) .:57l .50
British Col Copper J -1.75 I 4.R7J
Bav State Gas .37i .50
Itraden I tl-'H I G.S7J
Mason Valley 12.50 13.00
Sioux Con ) .01 I .Ofi
Iron Blocsom....' ( 1.2.', I 1.23
Carina I .05 .15
N.-vada IMIla 1.75 ! 1.30
The Maaon Valley company made a
record run on "Wednesday of 385 tons
of copper ore at tho Hmcllcr.
General Manager C. K. Loose of the
Grand Central company was a Salt Lake
visitor tin Thursday afternoon.
iSth,6 f WIS
Hub of mm
ofSaltLakeCityjj nj g
Havo your office or -:3J(l I . rtt
store WHERE THE JJ j J. . j ll I
PEOPLE ARE, on the (jjMJ 3i M
busiest corner, in tho m jU' 1 y Jmt
tallcct, most, magnifL w
cent, bent equipped 0Mj j J iiifj
building, with the fin- Q I f 8 1 i I l 1
est surroundings and fi il 1 dJ
SCTheIercantilo Ar- fa iiUlU ml
catlca on tho Mezzanine ' II I ! 1 1 1 1 U jj
and Tliird floors are a 1 j"3y'nII
modern and popular jcTST jSj'jf 1 ,
feature for stores. Rent- fflTli -Tl3)ti ,
als, S22.60 a month and 1 1 Mr "
up. Applications raayZwKnSwff
be made at Walker fcfeLlnC
Brothers Bankers. taj4
'goldfield con. in S
THE MONTH CLOSE0 3
Estimates of the production nnd e.mtj f.
inpr. of th Goldfield Consolidaled com'
pany for the month of September hftvi
just been Issued by the munngemonL Tin
production for the month mounted ti 'i
20.1G0 tons and the gross valuo recovery J1
i:? placed at OuOO.000. Operating expnsei
were ;ipproxiniatey 5130.000 and the ne t
realization for the month in estimate! i1
at ?200.orio. ; n
It is shown in a .statement by tho com' i!
pany that the tonnace mined nas hcloT
normal, that treated ui tho mill belnj
lower than usual, owing to rcpain if
the plnnt. Tho amolmt of Bhlpplm? or it
was loss than In .Vu.cu&t on account o
the worU in procrcss In the Grizzly pea: 1 1
shaft, where slnklncr hae heen carrlcll oj H
duriuc tho month and a. station has beet y
cut on the lowest level, below tho poin
whero the .shipping ore baa been extract fl
cd Goldlleld Tribune. : "E
San Trancisco Oil Stocks. j m
Jame3 A. Pollock Co.. bunkers And
brokers, furnish the following, rocclved 3
over their private wire yesterday aftor
noon: t 4
I Bid. lAaked
! Caribou $ S 1.25' 1
Claretnonl 62 '
New Pcnna ) .57 .58, J
Premier .30! ?
Palmer 25 , j
Silver Tip 55 ev
S. W. & B 18 ; l
WK Oil 1.75 2.09 6
. . j
Ore and Bullion.
The ore and bullion report for Thar
day. siven ly MeCornlcl; vi Co., wan i
follows: O10 rorelveti, none reported 1
bullion shipped, 175.000.
Metal Market. j Li
The metal quotations for Thurfidy, '
posted by McCortdok .r Co., were, as foI .
lows: Silver, GSe; lead, 10; copper,
We have a notion to; ?j
invite the two cham-
pion ball teams to our
coal yard for the win- t
4erTo keep in prac-
tice for spring by hand- ?
ling a scoop shovel in- J
stead of a bat.
COAL CO. : k6
"This is the Place." ; 2
Office 277 S. Main St. ;
Tel. Ex. 401. f
STOCKS. BONDS, GRAINSX
James A. Pollock & CoJ
BANKERS AND BROKERS, ?
South Main Street (Folt Blda.) I,'
Salt Lako City. -riret
Prlvato Wlr to all SlarkotfcJ
Duylui: Syt:em One Relay to Nw Tr
and Bcstoc I
Coifisspondcnta Metnb-.r all ExcbRgBi
Blocks Carried on Liberal Mafjlnfc V
SptctalltM in Mountain State IltW ,
asd Telegraph. ,