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l ' THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1-1, 1912.
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II GOLD OUTPUT MAY
II I0TJE RAISED
HI Outlook Is That Production
II of .World Will Be at
I NEW, FIELDS SCARCE
mm Increase, if It Comes at All,
.Will Come From the
1w Ther has been a good deal of dltsous
H bIoii recently In the public prints on tho
H question whether the Increase in gold
H production which Iiae benu'so marked In
BE the Ia.Bt d-ecade in going to continue.
B Most of this has neen In connection with
Bj the assumption that the purchasing
H power of gold hay decreased and that the
Bj nlgher price which prevail over a large
mm part of the commercial world arc In part
&K thfl result t the chcupenlng of ihe stand
in ard. -Tliis is a complicated question with
ffi -trhioTi iro have no space to doul here,
Bi beyond, eaying briefly that tho atiHUinp
HSfl lion mentioned le, we believe, not .lustl
I Tied the facts, at least to the extent
H which fiomn economists think.
I Arguments Both Ways.
Whether tho production of sold in Hip
world has reached ita maximum for tho
present or not Is a. ojicHtlon which Is also
nf considerable difficulty. There arc In
dications which point both ways, and It Jo
.not altogether easy to balance thorn. Noi
ls it jfbIo to look too far Into tho future
without seriously endangering one's rep
utation ixn a prophet. A good authority
hail recently ventured tho prediction that
production will decline, but his argu
ment Involres certain assumptions which
not everyono will he willln?; to accept.
mm We can. however, to take up only a
M wnall part of the subject, puL together
Kg some facts which covor the. production of
H the present year three-quarters of whlHj
nav now passed and these seem to lu
ll dlcate that the ffold output of 1012 will
I II not greatly exceed if H exenuds at all
that of 1911. Without, exact data from
' moBt of tho larger producer?, there arc.
nevertheless, fuffio.Ienl fact known to
point to this conclusion. Tho largest and
most important producer at the" present
tlmr. is the Transvaal, and that country
is showing- an Increase this year from
which the world's pain must come. If It
comes at all. In the United Slates such
returns a.s we have point to an output
which will not vary greatly from that of
1911, and may be below It.
Few New Discoveries.
No other producer from which any re
turns are. to be had shows any Increase.
II with the exception of West Africa, thu
itontribution from which Is small. On the
other hand, the Australian mines arc em
phasising this year the decrease which
has been going on for several years past.
The fragmentary returns from Russia in
dicate that labor scarcity and labor
troubles have combined to reduce activ
ity at tho Siberian mines while in the
l"rals there has been a largo transfer J)f
miners from the gold mines to tho more
profitable pursuit of platinum. Tn Mexico
the unsettled state of the country has
seriously Interfered with mining Rho
desia has failed to show the sain which
was hopefully anticipated. South America
is at a standstill, and no other countrv
has developed any new sources of sup
ply. No notable" discoveries have been
Upon the whole tho present presump
tion Is that tho cold production of 1012
Ih not going to differ much from that of
3ML As already indicated the difference
will depend entirely upon the amount of
increase In the Transvaal and whether
tho gains there will more lhan counter
balance losses elsewhere. Engineering
and Mining: Journal.
ROAD IS PROSPEROUS
The great and rapidly Increasing: pros-
porlty of Tonopah, as demonstrated by
I tho fact, announced in the last Issue of
J the Miner, that the Tonopah & Gold field
J railroad has resumed the payment of
j dividends which were suspended In 1007.
j has had a most favorable effect on the
Tonopah Mining company's, surplus cash
I Tho company owns 2S34 shares of the
Rji preferred stock of the Tonopah & Gold-
R held railroad, and fSST shares of the
IJ common stock, both $100 par value. Both
m stocks arc included In the company's
B surplus and are carried on its books at
I A2.3;!00 for the Inferred
m !? Jh,e common, or a total of
m si.2i.U0O. Prior to tho resumption of
l!i dividends on the 25th of September, the
U value of the stocks was a matter of con-
joclnre. as there was nothing upon which
to has a valuation Figuring both
B clocks upon a per cent basis, which
H if- a good average for a railroad' slock.
$2 iVJfh6"?0-0 be :onh H0 on the
B atrength of tne 7 per cent dividend d-
clarcrl and tho common worth JGO be-
1 Ihtco l5? 3 pur cent declared. On
1 ih 4nSS P'-cTcrrcd stock would be
ME worth and the common S5r '"o
or a total valuation of $fS9,DS0,' wirfcl!
I vSar7,ih,V-372'100' lhe total par
alup, or a shrinks se of 5252,120. If the
I Prosperity which has come back to the
m road should, prove permanent, however.
W ttic board may feci wan-anted In puylnu
1 0PJI,lv demls a" Jt did in lOOfi and
I30i. aiid In this case the valuo of hot
I ofpar"W,1,I(I 1)0 co,ls,t1eraW' ln excess
I The road js n excellent physical con
I aJd- thc eauiprocnt is of the beaL
and Is beins- maintained at the ilgK
I standard of efflchmcv. This "In
I R rul c and , 5f"eral manager, r.
r B- Cutter. Since h- took charre of the
road he has reduced the opttratln? coit ;
I from ,o per cent to i;o per cent ot The
I 5r?ff.Mtho,rol,y PXilcZ company upon
a dlvldend-paylnK- basis. When 7lv c, (
acoCthlCrl1h l,,e I,0m,,an-V' threeyc
f S, the road was hi a very bad conrii-
1 ci edit; was heavily in d.?bl; delivery of
8 ears from other roads consigned
rSrvhrtn?nS: 113 "I"0 wna 'Jol"cJ and
1 orjbody was antagonistic toward Us
management. Durlnp thc short pV-riorl
If r m(B njanaKcment. Its credit has been
re-established, delivcrlers are prornnt
confidence restored. ils physical coudi -nrnniVUt
Ui" t,,C '"''eW stai.dan! , f
rnclency. the new shops thai were dc-
0 Ktroycd by the fire have been paid for
1 n oil burners havo been place o ,
"nslncs and provision made for all obll-
cations Tonopah Miner.
II BIG FOUR OPENING
1 NEW ORE FOR MILL
1 r-?ew 'Oridnss of thc Manhatiau Bis?
H Four mine are making an excellent nhow-
8 ft-rZ and 11 iH slated bv Prcsl-
W dent Ii. K. Jvoonlz that the i:umpanv Is
H now breaking $1000 worth of ore In iJe'vel-
H opmcnt work alone. The work of con-
H suot'on on Uio new mill will bcsln lmnift-
dlatoly upon the arrival of the machinery,
U which is bclug- manufactured for this plant
M and the preliminary work of preparing the
Kround and securing the ncceatfarv lumber
is already in propresa. Goldlleld 'Tribun''
H 1 BETTER PRINTING
HI Than wc do can't bo done- Cpnturv
j 5 Trintinp Co., fin-ilT rostoffico place.
imrm of utah
Amendment to Constitution Is
Soon to Be Voted Upon
in This' Stale.
The principles of mine taxation, as de
rived from experience, have occupied the
attention in recent yoars of several state
legislatures In the west." Thc nucslion
was before tho Colorado assembly two
years ago and will probably make Us
appearance again next winter as an Inci
dent io thc necessary revision of tho
revenue law. Two years aj;o thu Utah
legislature arranged to submit a consti
tutional aine.ndmiMil which will be the
subject of a vote November S. Tho pro
posed section Is very clear In onuuclutltuv
the principle that metal-bearing land,
as such, is not the real criterion of tax--ablo
value as applied to the mining In
dustry, but leaves the Inference that the
proper criterion Is thc productivity of
Experience has pretty gonerally led to
(he emphasis of this view, while It Is of
a nature to give encouragement to the
holder of a propped which Is in process
of development. .Some there are who
bellc-vp that taxation should be used to
compel development of unpiodiielivo
ground, but the proposed Utah amend
ment will put an end to such Ideas as
they may apply to that state. L'uder
this provision, the taxable value of pat
ented ground, considered as real estate,
shall not be. greater than tho price paid
to the poevrnment for It. State officials
must base their demands for revenue i
upon the surface Improvements and the
not annual proceeds from production.
Following is the proposed amendment to
section 1, article 13, of the Utah consti
tution: "All mines and mining claims, both
plneer am! roc-k In placo. containing or
bearing- gold, silver, copper, lead, or other
valuable precious metals, after purchase
thereof from thc United States, shall bo
laxed at a value not greater than the
price paid the United Slates therefor,
unless the surfaco ground, or some part
thereof, of such mine or claim is used
for other than mining purposes, and has
a. separate and independent value for
such other purpose: in which case said
surface ground, or any pari thereof,
so used for other than mining purpose.,
shall be taxed at lis value for such other
purposes as provided bv law: and all the
machinery used In mining, and all prop
erty and surface Improvements upon or
appurtenant to mines and mining claims,
which have a value separate and Inde
pendent of such mines or mining claims,
and the net annual proceeds of all
such precious metal mines and mining
claims shall be taxed as provided by law.
All lands containing coal, hydrocarbons
or stone deposits, after purchase thereof
from the United States, and all prop
erty an( surface Improvements upon or
appurtenant to such. lands which have a
value separate and independent of all
such land and the net proceeds of all
such lands and the by-products of all
valuable products contained therein, shall
be taxed as pi-ovlded by law." Mining
JIM BUTLER MORE
LIKELY THAN EVER
The Jim Butler mine looks more encour
aging now than at any time in the last
few months, such being the opinion of
the management. In other words the re
cent development on the sixth level of
the Wondering Boy shaft gives better In
dications for- the development of a good
ore body at greater depth than in any
other part of the mine or at any provl
ous period of Its oporatioti.
This crosscut on the sixth level lias now
penetrated for ovor sixty feot a zone
through which aro a vast number of seg
ments of veins many of which carry excel
lent values and some show vcrv high
grade oro. These vary In width 'from a
few inches to three foot and on tho wldeat
of these an oast drift Is being run In
which the oro varies In width and some
times reaches to tho top of tho drift, but
more often doe not, This is solid quartz
carrying very good, values with some rich
ore In bunches and as It is solid and bet
ter In the bottom of tho drift the Infer
ence Is that greater depth Is roqulred,
this level being only 511 feet deep.
A' winze will now be sunk In tho ore
zone and cutting out for a station for an
underground compressed air hoist Is in
progress and this will be InsRilled In a
few days. This wln::c will first bo sunk
100 feet and tho oi'o zone from ibis point
will be crosscut from wall to wall.
An old northeast crosscut on this level
is also being cleaned out and from this
a drift will be started southeast on a mi
nor fault, which shows drag quartz car
rying good values.
On the 300-foot level the vein in tho
stone split and a. portion has dinned into
! the footwall and the stope Is being carried
up on the hanging wall branch, which Is
from fivo to soven feet wide. From whal
Is known of the upper workings thcro is
good reason to believe tliat Ihe footwall
branch Is much better grade and a. cross
cut will now be run from the stope to
pick this up. Thc north crosscut on this
level was extended the usual distance
and Is now cutting some small seams of
The cast drift on the first level wan
advanced the usual distance on low grade
quartz and a crosscut will now be started
to prospect for tho Valley View series of
Thc usual amount of COO Ions was
shipped this week to thc old Belmont mill.
FLORENCE SENDS OUT
GREAT DEAL GOLD
Special to Tho Tribune.
GOl-DFIELD. Nov.. Oct. 10. Ship
ments of high-grade ore aro being sent
to thc sampler of the Western Ore Pur
chaslRg companv from the Florence Gold
lleUI mine, and the ore body opened be
tween the fifth and seventh levels has
been further developed and promises a
large and highly profitable output. Man
ager Dewey slates that two feet of the
oip will average around $1500 per ton, and
some of the car samples have run above
S700 per ton. On the 250-foot level,
where this ore body was first exposed,
the ore shoot, has been developed for
a considerable distance and Is being
sloped above this level, while other
stopes arc now opened from the inter
mediate level that has been opened from
the raise, above the 330 level.
In addition to the Iwo feel of lileh
grade that Is now being broken In the
drifts and narrow slopes, there Is appar
ently a large body of excellent milling
ore In this vein, how large has not yet
been determined by development work.
The extraction of the rich ore Is dcvel
oplpg and blocking out the. milling prod
uct so that il can be handled economical
ly when required. A thorough sampling
of this milling ore Indicates that It will
break on an average of from ?20 to ?.'!)
per Ion and Is of a character thut Is
In order to tap the rich deposit at a
point below where It was opened by the
raise from thc seventh level, the man
ager Is now driving another raise from
this level to get under the ore. and by
this means It can be mined more cheap
ly, brokon and shot down the raise to
bins on thc level and dumped -.Into the
mine care, thence to tho automatic skips
to be hoisted to the shipping bins, Thc
main shaft Is now practically completed
to a depth of 12fi0 feet and work is now
in progress on tho big station at the 1200
foot level, from which thc main deep
development work will be conducted The
mine is now In far better condition lhan
for several yoars past,
C ASTO R I A
JUMBO EX. MIK
Everything at Mine and Mill
Capable of Holding1 Ore
Full to Brim.
Everything at the Jumbo Extension
mlno and the Bonnie Clare mill that can
be used for ore storage In full to the brim
and some of tho miners wlip have been
working in ore havo been taken off tlila
work and put on development. During the
past week a break In tho power line be
tween tho mlU and tho main supply line
caused a practical shutdown of more than
two days at the Bonrilo Clare plant, but
milling has been resumed .-it a capacltv
or anoul sixty tons dally. The mill bins
aro full of oro and thcro aro now two car?
waiting to be unloaded, while at tho miiii
there are other full cars, the shipping bins
are full and at certain polnls, as there ban
been no place tu store tho oro. extrac
tion has been deferred tu await the re
moval of ore that Is iu the way and which
It Is undesirable to move I nice.
Blocking1 Out Ore.
t'onditlons in the mine have shown i
a constant improvement, according tn the!
management, and the assays Indicate that I
an excellent grade of ore l being blocked '
out for treatment. Tin- recent "develop- i
menl on the SOO-foot level east of thc
shaft has opened out Into an ore lunlv of!
excellent proportions and high nvoiugoj
value. For a distance nf over ftv feet
at this point the drift has followed the
ore and the entire face of the drllt !m i
averaged around $."0 per tnn. The width i
of the ore Ik not yet determined, but H
Is not loss than five feet for this entire
This ore shoot has been followed to a
point flush with the boundary line of the
Velvet claim of tho Merger Mines com
pany and crosscuts arc now being started
to determine the width of tho ore body
and to block out Ihe ore for extraction,
which has thus Tar been confined to that
taken out In the course of development
All is In readiness for atoplng from this
drift, but there Is sufficient oro at other
points to supply the mill. Milling ore Is
being token from the. extension of the
stope on the Intermediate level, the sills
of which are some thirty-five feet above
the SOO-foot level, and from tho slope on
Main Ore Shoot.
The main ore shoot, which has made
such a strong showing on tho SOO-foot
level, hn.s also been opened on thc 00f"
level and a raise fi;om the latter level
to thc S00 bus followed tho ore continu
ously for this distance. On Ihe 1000-foot
level a crosscut Is being driven to the
south to catch Hie same vein on Its dip
and should penetrate- this vein within a
short distance. West of the shaft and
not far from tho Clermont boundary a
strong oro shoot, carrying material of
good milling grade, wns exposed recent
ly and stripped sufficiently to show that
it is of good dimensions. An inclined
raise liriH hei11 il riven frnm Ha nnlnf rf
discovery and the crosscut from this
raise, making an Intermediate, working
level, has Just penetrated thc ore, but
no work Is being done at this point at
present, as the oro Is In such position
that sloping can be started at anv lime
desired. By means of the nnw raise thc
oro can be broken and dumped Immedi
ately Into a chute for loading In the mine
cars on the S00 level.
At other points In thc mlno thc ore
Is being opened In similar manner:,
stripped on main levels, and blocked out
for stoping as required. Tho main ore
bodies of the Polevcnle claim arc appa
rently, eo far as opened, all In one great
vein which has a trend almost dlrectlv
across the claim, cast and west, and with
a dip to the south. This vein was first
penetrated during the operation of the
Goldfield Annex lease on tills ground ana
waH thon supposed to be a cross vein
from tho general trend of tho Consoli
dated vein system.
Where Leasers Failed.
Further development, however, makes
it appear that this Is one of the same
great vein systems traversing this part
of the district. The leaso shaft, now thc
main company shaft, and which was sunk
to a depth of lO.'ir. feet, passed through
Ihls big vein at a depth of less than 700
feot. and, after passing through the vein,
a crosscut was driven to open the vein at
about 750 feet. At tho point, whore vein
matter was penetrated by this crosscut
the oro had pinched to a narrow stringer
and the efforts of tho lessees to find the
pay ore In quantity at this depth were
not successful, although they opened
milling ore and some shipping material
op and above the SOO-foot level." Goldfield
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ASSESSMENT NO. 1.
Thc Tar Baby Mining company, princi
pal place of business, Kail Lako City.
Location of mines, South Fork, Big Cot
tonwood canyon. Notice Is hereby given
that at a meeting of tho hourd of direc
tors of tho Tar Baby Minlug company,
held on tho 2nd day of October, .1912, as
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share was levied upon the capita) .stock
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mer, Continental Nnthmal bank. East Sec
ond South, Salt Luke City. Utah, or F. F.
Hint::, Murray R. F. D. No. 1.
Any utocb upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on the 2nd day of
November, 1012, will bu delinquent and
advertised for sale at publio auctJon, and
unless payment Is made before, will bo
nold on tho 2nd day of December, 1912,
at .'!22 Atlas block, at 2 o'clock p. m., at
the company's office, to pay Ihe delln
tiucut usMcssmcnt thereon, together with
tin. costs of advertising and expoiuie. uf
milr. F V. IHNTZE. Secretary.
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