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I ,A THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7,1?2- Mjg
1 HI .. " UK I 11Mb it I Mil Vi IH
I METAL TARIFF l&
Hi John Dcrn Believes Wilson
HI Will Nol Proceed Hastily
Hj .Wilh Mailer.
Hi TARIFF FOR REVENUE
j Urges, However, Upon Utah
Hj Producers Necessity of
H Preparing Dala.
H' Local mining clrolcs were absorbed on
Wednesday In speculating upon Hie prob
Hl abia attltudo of the Democratic party in
Hl regard to the tariff schedules on lead ami
Hi r.lnc. A great many were Inclined to
believe that the Underwood bill of the
m consre?n expressed the- attltudo of
Hj he Democrats. In which the tariff on
H' lead was materlallv reduced and that on
rdno entirely removed. Thero w:us n- con-
lctlon anionc many, however, thai the
new pilot of the ship of state will not
i dostrov the metal schedules simply ror
h i lit pleasure of the thins, and ainonR
f D.uho holdlnsr to this view was John
t Dcrn, one of the best known mine mun-
ncera of tile state, and a delegate riom
i ' tali to the Bit 111 more convention when
"WiHon was nominated.
, No Injurious Policy.
T feel verv confident that President
t "Wilson and the. party noon to assume the
H- reins of government will not injure the
l metal Industrv of the west nor any other
indiifltrv of the country- Thcim Is not a.
partv of free trado, but one for revenue
i and "tho great expenses of gpvotiimcnt
1! naturally demand corresponding tariff
schedules." said Mr. JJcrn to The Tribune
1 ".Mr. Wlbon has sronc on record, eon-
tinned Mr. Dcrn. "that he would assume
H no position on the tariff which would dls-
H' rrganizc or demoralize business condl-
H' tions or occasion any danger to Invested
! . apltal. so I loolc for nothing radical In
the wav of tariff legislation. Tho enor-,
mous vote for Wilson in the cast, whero1
!-n was the best Unown. demonstrates that
H r pcoplo havo confidence In him.
Statistics Are Needed.
f "I Ulicvc. however, that this Is a. pood
time for the producers of lead and zinc
N throughout tho west lo prepare Iholr
figures as to cost or production ami tHb
t ul-te them for presentation boforo the
committee on ways and means of the
HL coming scvlon of congress. It is the
l previdllnxr opinion that we nc"d Iho ex-
Hl kilns tariff duties on lead and r.lno. and
V this Js true wo should not licauato to
H' dauonr.trato thla by tho only real crfl-
dent means, and that In actual figures
t or production which will tell their own
Mr. Dcrn Inserted a plank In the Dcmo-
rath- platform at naltJmore In regard to
i the mining and motal industry ot tno
mint and his Utah ashoeiatca feel that
tl re am few men who can talk under
existing conditions with more authority
New York Mining Stocks,
.larors -A. Piillock &. Co., bank era ?.nd
1 rokor.H, furnish the following, received
nvr their private wire yesterday after-
Iyjaw romc ivtsTici) stocks.
ISales. H. I L. ;cig.
r. hlno I 17,000' S;i fi I iSS
iVohineld Con 'Oi Ufil 2
Srv t'"oi HJ00 SMI 21 22)
lliv Con K'.-OO 1TJ CIJ
MVnn Cop 1.S00; i Hi -I2i
Miami Cop 2,f.OO, 2?; 27 28i
1 T tali Cop S.700 6i Gil HJ
liplratlon ..-I 2.300 20i I9i 20i
?tndebakcr ! too! V.'l -12 I 42i
N'BW YORK. CURB RANGE.
ISp.Iqs. I II. U. ICIs.
I I irst N'at Cop 21! 2 2
O'rouv Con GOO -13' W
St-v Utah I ! Scl lc 3c
f Ita Cent 2 2? 24
uVon Uold T.h Z .".
uhlo Cop I! 1 8 U
.rw Kej-stone 21' 2 2
Mouth Utah 3 $ S
Maaon Val 700 12; 12? 121
Hraden Cop ,000 71 7i 71
I mils ioo rt u n
I nc-imont 100 ?l Pi!
Tonopah 400 6S i
Alaska ' t 9 1 Sl 9
XEW TORK CURS CLOS10.
I Bid. Asked.
j U.I Cm 5 .20 $ .23
I, n.t Nat Cop 2.12 2.50
(Irou'C Con A.lu T.00
! Yukon Gold 3.2.5 ".50
Nw JCeysloh '. 2.00 2.I2J
! Nipl?slnpr 8.00 S.12i
I' t ilo Copper ".b7 1.75
li Ray Central 2.S7
I 'i Rose 2,S7
I South Utah SO .62i
Bnt Col Cop 4.37J,
I Bav State Gas .17i .K0
If Mradrn ......... 7.2o 7.r"t
If Majon Valley 12. 7ii K5.00
V Sioux Con OH .Ofi
It Inn Blossom l.Oijj LIB
I Carija. or.
I rvnda Ililla l.XS 1.50
I; U.l Patro 5..l7e r.5U
Don't rwear about it juist send it to
i "Myers CToaaiiDp it Dyoinc Co. Modern
methods avoid profanirv. 3 phonos.
1 1H-JG B. Broad-way. (Advcrtisonicnt.)
I Makes no difference
j who is elected Presi
dent, we will still be
s open to receive dona
j tions toward our buy
j ing our office fixtures.
"This is the Place."
Office 277 S. Main St.
j Tel. Ex. 401.
H STOCKS, BONDS, GRAINS,
1 . PROVISIONS, COTTON.
James A. Pollock & Co,
, BANKERS AND BROKERS.
'; South Main Strett (Felt Bli3.).
Salt Lake City.
H I DIrct Prtvto Wlr to all Mar:t.
B I Duplex Syatvtn Ont KeUy to Nmvt Vcri
H I and Boatbo.
H Correspondents Mcnutu att K.xcaanKei.
H I Stocks Carried on LlberJ Mrctru.
H fpcUiUU In XlounUlu Stutts Xluboot
I frsi TlfcrapU.
MAY DAY ENJOYS i
Zinc Tonnage Completely
Alters the Affairs of This
This directors of the Mar Day mining
company will hold their rcpular monltily
metln?r next Friday at the Dooly block
offices at whlcli tlcy arc expected to
tranpaet Httlo else than the regular row
tlno business, i'hosc who know May Day
conditions assert that the official family
on Friday will slither round the most
cheerful board in the May Day hlnlory.
The company haa aecn somo extremely
bright and happy days, but the present
condition of the orsiuiiaation Is especially
SratlfyIn,T In view of the Ions up-hill pull
njralnst hard times and hard luck that
existed prior to the discovery that this
old silver and lead producer contained a
splendid tonnage of commercial grade zinc
The directors will find conditions
materially altered from their October scs
alon. On Friday, for Instance, the trcas
urv will be found to contain from 5 10.000
to"? I -.000 in hard cash, whereas tho pre vi
dua month wa started with an overdraft
of ?7000 to f.SOOO and practically a like
amount baa ljcen checked out In. this
period to meet tho bills and gfiioral run
ping expenses. All this happy termina
tion of tho JIhv Day difficulties Is the re
sult or the shipment of aim: ores of which
a fine tonnage remains for shipment, and
It is a tonnago thai is being increased
faster than It Is extracted for the market.
Tho May Da v. In other words, has ben
changed from a big liability to a splendid
a.isct( and it lws not been many weeks
since an assessment of one cent a share
was unpaid to the extent of over 5-',000
shares. The success of tho May Day Is
deemed typical of Tlntlc mining proposi
tions, for in many Instances It has been
llio darkest Just before tho dawn.
OPOHONGO IS ONE
OF ACTIVE ISSUES
The buying of Opohongo, Iron Hlos
s?oin and a few other Tlntlc Issues ws
about tho only feature of t Hiding "Wcd
nesday on the exchange, the day open
ing unlet and Inciting .snap. The :'alca
for tho day reached tho total of 23.710
Nliaro?. the market valuo or which was
The following were the closing trans
actions luN-I..ISTia STOCKS.
Rid. lAskcd.j Sold For.
.Mia Con. ..? A2 ? iV: .
T-Qulncv .. .-5i ..'i0 .25 oi'
Hing Ct-St. .11 .Hi .I1J
Ely Witch Or.J .05i&
Bull v uoid. .is .::o
Home It Cop .'-2 .25
New Vcr.. .Ill .IS
Ulco "IV nil. .17 -.."iO
nico Argcn. .IS .20
Am Fuel ... .30 .:S5
J-'od July 013 .0U
Col TCxtcn OS
Old Fiinniii 10
Tor Mateo. .S .53
Dragon C. .It" .2." . .'
I Fprenoon. 11 Afternoon.
I ld. lAsked.ll Rid. jAsked.
Jicck Tun .OS 15 .10 1? .0Si? .10
Blntr Amal.l .052 .07 I .?r.J .07
Black Jack.) .00 I .12 ! .104 .UJ
CarlMn. . ..I .1 .10 ! I .10
Ccd-Talls . .01 j .0111 .01 .Oil
Cent Mam 10 10
Century ... .05 .05
Col Mining! .15 .1G I .15- .10
Col Con .. .10 ,H5 .10 HO
Con Mer .1 .02 .03 I .OS .0!i
Cm Point . -01 2 .021 .015 .02$
Daly VO "l.RO I .00
Daly-Jud .. o.JiO 7.00 I R.00 7.00
Dragon ... .15 ,22 .15 .2.:
71 Prliice .. .0.1 .012 .01 .015
n cm rt .ooi ooi
ISmerald .05 ,
O Chain .. -30 .10 .35 .r.7
G Central . .67 .SO .63 .SO
lnd Queen 01 .01
J Blossom. 1.10 1.15 1.10 1.15
Iron King 10 JO
.T Bowers . .00 .10 .00' .10
K David 10
King Win.. .0.U .04 .03 .01
Lead King. .02 02 .......
Lchl Tlntlc .001 .001 l"in
Lion TIII1 .. .0.1 .05 .0::i .05
Lit Bell 55 1 .55
L. Mam 05J .06 .05 .08
Masonic Mt ; 25
Maon V.. I 12.00 11.00 12.00 11.00
May J?ay . .15 .16 .15 .li;
Mln Flat 01i 015
Mt L KX...1 02
Ncr Hills.. 1.50 1.52J 1.50 1 .574
N York 0H 01
Ohio Cop.. 1.50 1.52J 1.50 1.57L
Opohongo . .10 .10i .0PJ .101
Plochc D. . .08? .00 .OSS .00
Pioeho M.. 021
PlthMda .. 1.00 1.25 1.00 1.25
Plutus . ..j .OCJ .071 -OGl .07i
Prlnee Con 1.75 1.S0 J.75 1.775
Kexal 01 .0.T .01 e .
Seven Tros I .01 .02 .01 J .02
S K Coal I 2.?2J 5.021 2.'.)71 ::.02A
S K Con 1.00 1.00"
Sll Shield 02 02
Slonjc Con .022 .01 .02 .01
fi I Blosa 00A 005
Swan Con .02 .05 .0" .05
Tint, Cent .01 .015 .0L .OU
Unit Tint .001 .01 OOj
Uncle Sjun .12 .HJ .12 ,K,
Utah Con I .on .015 .011 .019
Union Chf .07 J .0S .07 i .0SJ
Victor Con .03 .05 .0.". .0."
Victoria C .515 I .KK .,)5 .r,n
W'ilbert ... .O0JJ .10i .0ti .10
Yank Con .15 I .20 (l .15 ."0
Yrlng Cop .OS ........
Addle .. ..! -unjl j(
Morrow .HQ ) ( .r.o
Iron Blossom. 1000 at ?1.121.
May Day, 50 at I5c.
Opohongo. 700 at 101c.
Piocho Drmljohn, 500 at SJc.
Prince Con.. 100 at $1,771.
Union ChleL 1000 at 8c.
Cold Circle. Crown. 1000 at lie.
Shares Bold. 43rt0.
Selling value. $1517.
OPEN BOA III).
Cmiwi Point, 100 aL 2c
Shares told. 100. S'
Selling value. 105.25.
A FTEIINOON SA L15S. '
Oold Chain. 50 at SCc. 7
Opohongo, S0O0 at 10c. -Prlncr
Cuti.. 500 at iI.7R; J00 at 51.72.
Tnlted Tlntlc. 1000 at fc.
Shares sold. 445(1.
Selling valuo. 51022.50.
Ulnck Jack. 500 xt 10c:,6M at 10c.
Cedar-Ta Human. ':r00 at lc; 300 nt He.
United Tlntlc. l00 t c. '
I'tMh Con.. 1000 at lc.
Sltwrcn sold, H..",00.
Selling value. ?36...75.
San Francisco Oil Stocks.
.!ams A. Poll.k .t Co.. banker.- and
brokers, tiirnlnh the following, received
ovrr their private wire ycttrday aftcr
noon: i Hid. fAnkod.
fjirinuti .so U
"Ih inioni ...... ,fo I..
Monte Crlelu , f I i",
rulnior I ,14 i..."
Ha tier Dough ; l.s i...
Silver Tip .ju imm
Tumor s& I
w k on Y'z'.'w
. Sterllug .n I
'V-e I'tah Ore Sampling loinpanv on
W '1'ic dn rrb ii.-ied f"iir t.ir of t it- ipvii
I'tnl (.a'ni. .p.l one r cavji froiu Call
fonua, IdaJio and Nevada.
flLTfl TRAMWAY HAS
Repairs Completed and Ore
Resumes 'Journey Down
the Camp Today.
The management of the Michigan-Utah
Consolidated company expects that tho
rcpalra to the tramway from Alta to j
Tanners Flats will bo complete! today
and operations again resumed atter a
brief period of Innclivlly due to the break
ing of a. gear-wheel at Tanners. Tho new
parts were transported to tho Flats yes
terday morning, and the tak of Installing
the same wua Immediately undertaken
under the personal supervision of Messrs.
Strickland and Month. No further trouble -in
expected at the tramway, and officials
hardly expected that the equipment would
stand up from the beginning without a
defect or loose bolt somewhere.
Many men arc being employed by the
company on development work undcr
groundnnd one point nf especial Interest
la the ralso that connected tho former
City Rocks and Solitude ttinncla. This
ralso Is being rctlnibered and a space, for
a new hoist Is being prepared via which
all the old Utah Mines Coalition re
iioiirces will be taken and liunsportcd to
the surface via tho City Rocks tunnel.
This ralac will be continued to depth also,
and the management looks forward with
everv anticipation U the results of ibis
effort, as till the old Utah Mines Coallllou
work demonstrated the continuation of
tho ores at depth toward llio Alta side of
A lot of CO tons of oro running very
satisfactorily In copper Is being' disposed
of at the present time on the local mar
ket, and mine assays Indicate that this
lot should net close to ?I0 per ton.
WORK UPON ALASKA
llayden. Stone Co. have the follow
ing to eay reuardln- the Alaska Mines
company, a rccont promotion:
Five hundred men are now at work
In the various divisions of this property,
developing the mine underground and do
ing the surface construction and develop
ment work preliminary to the erection
of the company's 6000-ton mill.
At the "Perseverance"' division, al
though no actual mining Is being done,
the slopes arc In such good shape that
It Is possible to draw the ore without
Injury, and the mill of the former com
pany la running full capacity. No at
tompt will bo made to derive any rove
nuo from the operations of this mill, but
It will be nxed lo test exhaustively the
various methods of treating the ore and
determine absolutely Lhc, beat method.
In the mine one of the principal plccca
of work at present in tho widening out
of (he so-called "Alexander" crosscut;
about 200 fccL beyond Iho big lead in Mils
crosscut, hi blasting off the side of tins
tunnel, there wan opened up a. section
of ground which looks very good Indeed.
At the main station, at Die Intersection
of the "Alexander" crosscut and " Perse
verance" vein, the Incline raise and
vertical shaft, going up as well as down,
Is progressing satisfactory. This Is the
main piece of development work and is
being pushed an rapidly as possible.
In connection with the. power plant
supply division the surface horse tram in
completed to tho face of the dam site and
the flume grade Is also completed, and
the Hume is in course of construction,
working at four different sections, and
will be completed In schedule lime. Three
sawmills aro working steadily to put out
lhc lumber noccssary for the various di
visions, tho foundations for the power
bouso are excavated and all of the wiring
of iho transmission lines, wllh tho cx-
rTitlrm of 11 sitisill Sc i-l Ifin. In i-iminlpl nel '
also the electrical machinery In beginning
At the "Sheep (.'rck" tunnel, which
th'j company will drive- to intersect Iho
vein at a. much greater dpih, dm con
crete foundalions for all tho machinery
have been laid and llnishcd, and the com
pressor is being Installed. A crew of ex
perienced iuihk'I men has been secured
and the driving of this tunnel, which
will bo one or the main pieces of de
velopment woi'k, and of greal Importance
in opening up additional or reserves,
will ho pifshed with all expedition.
In brief, satisfactory progress is being
made at overy point In tho development
and preliminary construction work of this
Boston Mining Stocks.
James A. Pollock & Co.. bankers and
brokers, furnish the following, received
over their private wire yesterday aftcr
noon: BOSTON COPPER RANGE.
. iSalea." 1 Jl. 1,. Jls.
Aicomaii I sr. ni nil nj
Rtilte ,Vi Falak 820 5S 3 'Mj
Butte & Sup i.::sr. mi 113! -17
Cal Si Ariz l.miO 7S1 7".1 7$?.
Chief Con !0 U It IS
Cop Rango 01 5fi 5li! 56
JDaly West 5 nil 5
Davis Daly Ol'.O 23 2 23
East Bulto 1.125 154 15 ! l."4
Clr Con IS5 11 1S S
Granby Con S.S25 Oil I fin' !
Greene Can 715 Ki ' !Ul 'Jl
Hancock SP0 25 2 I 25 Z
Ind Cop 555 141 m 14 j
Insn Cop 20 20 20
Lake Cop 7J5 aOi 2S 50i
T.a Rose 200 2i 2t 2J
Mason Val 123 12g 12C
Nov Con , 545 21 Z 21 215
Nov Utah v ...'..'..( Scl lc 3c
Nlplsslng I J? S S
North Butte 2,115 r.Cj! ni
North Lake 3 I
Ray Con 310 22.il 212! 22
Sup & Iloslon 2 I III 2
Trinllv OSO nil T, f.J
i; S Smelt 1.225 17 I 457 lf-3
do pfd 140! 50JI 50 I 50
I'lah "JH I 1.155 121! 12 j 12J
j-; k i; : 100I 2: ni u
BOSTON CURB Cf.QSK.
I Bid. lAskcd.
American Zinc ?31.75 Irj.Tj.OO
Arcadian 2.75 ."i.OO
Boston lily 1.001 1.125
Hulta Central C.52i ti.75
Bohemia 2.25 2.50 :
Begole 2.25 2.50
Blng Mlne 4.75 5.00
Bulto & London 17 .50
Calaveras ..r 2.B2J 2.75
Helvetia 75 .y5
Icrr Lake 2.02J 2.75
Majestic 12 .41
Massachusetts fi.25 7.00
Mlchlcan 1 .50 2.00
OJllmay 5.00 5.50
Tuolumne 2.50 2.S71
Victoria 2.50 2.S7j
Winona 4.37i 5.25
Wyandot 1.25 1.50
Utah Apex ., 1.75 2.00
South Utah 50 .52
South Lake 6.25 fi.50
Shannon 11.371 U.50
Old Colony P. 574 P. 50
Ohio Copper I.B2JI 1.75
Mlunil 25.25 2S.50
Mayflower 11.00 11.50
roene '. P. 05 10.00
ICaglp & R H 1.061 1.20
; VA PaJHi ' 5.2 5.50
: Poixl Creek ) 27.00 27.25
'S W Miami 5.R7J H.0O
Nev .Douglas ' 3.75 I -.35
Hoton Copper S.25 J S.50
iOneeo ' 2.12i' 2.35
; Keweenaw ! 2.00 ' 2.12j
I. C .rtirkllng left lnt night for the
Ry and Chlno properties.
John A. Klrbv tearhed the city yester
day from Ijox Aneele. nnd for the tliu'e
m being is a gucut at the Hotel Utah.
I B. G. Ulle. mining editor of the TeJe-
grain, left yesterday for Lo Air-'eled for
ja week's business trip.
Tony .Tac'bson I xpjcted to roseh
ivomo from J.on Angolos on Sunriav. Jle
is verv tnmli lirtter but epretfr h eon
vktlon In a mrfjigc to hiv br-.itlcr. A O
Jc -obron. t' j.1 .slt lal.e t tin- onl
p'a'e i''ere a Utal:n tan iull gow
FREIGHT RE IS
President of Eureka & Pali
sade. Line Going" Over Im
RATES ARE TOO HIGH
Matter Called to Attention of
Company by Salt Lake
The numerous Uuihns Interested in
mining properllcs In and about the old
turcica, Nov., section, will be Interested
In the following letter received by the
Uurcka Sentinel from J. ID. Sexton, gen
eral manager of the JJurcka & Palisade
railroad, tho letter being under dale of
October SI, 1912:
"Referring to yours of the 21th as to
what the Nevada Transportation com
pany might do In relation to the matter
of handling ore from the United States
Smelling propcitj, I beg to advlso that
our president, Mr. S.vkes, Is In receipt of
a lellcr from Mr. Hclnl. soliciting of
him to make certain rates upon oro, coal
and mlnng Umbers.
Up to President.
"Before any reply can be made it will
be necessary to consider a number of
items In connection with the subject,
which Is now receiving the attention of
Mr. Sykcs. and his decision in llio prem
ises will very likely be Imparted to Mr.
llclntz during tho month of November.
"1 unable at this time to furnish you
nnv further Information, but 1 will sug
gest to Mr. Sykcs that he or .Mr. Helni".
provide you with the. figures that will be
submitted. Yours very truly,
".1. li. SUXTON."
The Mr. J I edits referred to In this com
munication is the general manager of tho
United States Smelling. Refining & Min
ing company wllh headquarters In Salt
Lake City. This organisation, as havu
all others Interested In thu.l part of Ne
vada, has made several attempts to have
the exist log freight rates of this railroad
lino reduced, so that actlvo development
work and ore production can be resumed'
after a. several years" ildcncss.
Big Business Ready.
There was n. disposition to believe for
a lluio that the AVcsteru Pacific, might
lea30 tills road, making It a valuable
feeder lo Us main line, but as far as
known this has not been brought to a sat
isfactory conclusion. The fact that tho
rato question Is being given considera
tion by tho officials of the road, is con
strued favorably by eveo'one at Eureka.
and the result or tho present negotia
tions will be. awaited wllh keen Intercut.
There Is a vast empire awaiting this
rate adjustment, meaning a. very large
business for the road In carrying out the
product of tho eamp and bringing in sup
plies of all sorls.
COPPER EXPORTS IN
The exports of copper in tons for Oc
tober were 24.G70, less than tho month
before but. larger than the same month
01. ivii. 1110 ngurcH jor 1110 year anu
fcveral years past, exclusive of the
southern ami Pacific ports, follow:
I 19U. 1 mi. I iiio. I ipnr. 1 isosT"
January . .... nl.Sinl 2.1.3571 '..S'lM I5.10'll S3.01?
I'cbruiiry ... SI.S9M 10. irol :5.i'lSj IS.Miil -Jt.filii
Mar.-ll 27.074 J Sl.tlOOl 10,ni.l :'0.S2l 'J1.72'
April . ci.r.rnl 27.is is.ooil i.3nsl si. s;::
Mxt 1 32.:M y7.ii70i 3,j:i2 31,1 ::.io
J11110 vrt.r.iTvl :;n.tsM K.i::ol r,n,77l .ann
July :.76l 3i!.5n M,0lil 35.015! 17.S10
A115u.1t . ..... M.rccl sn.ois :7.37s! scats' cr,.!ios
Seiitenibw . . 2fi.fi72 26,1701 31,71 20,2fl"l IP. 115
OrtebT 21.6701 22,5J5I 27.3171 C;:.S7C! 21.062
Novrmbvr j M.iJOA 39. Mil ?l.02; 13..'US
ticucmbtff . ..? I 37.7251 31,CS 2-X.1011 21S?0
WILBERT MILL IS I
IN OPERATION AGAIN j
Maurice M. Johnson, consulting engi
neer of Iho Wilhert company, reported on
Wednesday that the concentrating jilant
was again in operation, the addition ofi
new sliming tables having been made
within scheduled time. The mill 13 oper
ating two shifts, and anywhere from
olevMi to thirteen ions of concentrates
dally are being produced. The mlno is
reported to be in first class condition,
and a siibslanllal tonnage of first class
shipping ore ia being; mined and marketed.
New Mining Company.
Articles of in nrpa lion or Iho Wnsalch
Consolidated Alining company, formed to
operate the Midnight lode claims In the
Santaquln district. Utah county, were
filed with the cotintv clerk yesterday.
Tho company is enpltalk'.ed Tor ?25,000
with shares at fifty rents each. G. Ij.
Dcinls Is president: P. N. Lehman, vice
president, ami Cal S. Snow, secretary and i
trcasnrcr. The additional directors aro
Charles W. Mack and 1 1. 1. Micrs.
Tho metal riuolal Ions for Wednesday,
posted by McCornlck & Co., were as fol
lows: Silver,. 025c; lead, $3.10; copper,
Ore and Bullion.
The ore. and bullion report for Wednes
day, given by MeCornhic Sz Co.. waff aa
follows: Ore received. $J0,U00: bullion
shipped. 53000; total. $,000.
Novatlas in San Francisco.
James A. Tollock ,t Co.. baukei-s and
brokers, furnish the following, received
over Ihulr private wire yesterday after
noon: I Bid. Asked.
Coldricld ; j
Jumbo E-Ntension ......... .Its 5......
Vernal f iy
Booth s-. on
Silver I-'ick 07',
Jamic Star 05
Oro OS .0$
Atlanta 18 .20
Ophlr 50 .r7
Mexican 2.10 .......
Con. fa :iS
Hale ,t Norcrosu i
Yellow Jacket -If.
Belcher r. ,. ,2f,
Sierra Nevada .S2 .'JT.l
I'nlon 4. - ,r .50 .1
Choline ff or.
Mlzpah Uxtcnaiou .SO
D' field R. H. COIIU or.
Coldflold Daisy Of.
Combination Krnotlon J
Khwhiioh OS 1
Spearlnuii ,..t .05
Goldfield Con a-JI'
C. O. L ..7.... .07
Merger Mines 21 .35
Tonopali Nevada 0.3724
Tonopah Kxtnsilon 2.",ft I
McNKtnarn ...I .21 I
Tonopah Belmont I 0.00 I
Tonopah North Star I .87 J .:tn
V.'ewt liild Coimi ,.1 J.flO I 1.02
Recmi r .IS I '.
Jim Butler ' .72
ilo.iton Tonopah .01 I
Umatilla I .or.
Tonopah MTgr .0Z '
Si ad.t Hil3 ... . 1.17
I 1 lt C .10 l'i . . .v .
Maty Bt? Pour tl . , .
Pa That offensive taste and odor ,in some beers is easily avoided. K
! Light starts decay even in pure beer. Dark glass gives the best SSjj
protection against light. Wl
"While beer quickly deteriorates whert it is . Wv
M exposed to direct sunlight, such deterioration, g-v
h although greatly retarded, will eventually take mFm mZ
U place in diffused light. Beer exposed, to the Wmm Wtt
W rays of the sun will very quickly acquire the W !?
so-called 'skunk taste'." fef WLft
A Extract from Proceedings of the Second I nlernational "Brewers' Con- rs'm WSv
M press held in Cliicago October 19-21, 1911. Vol. 1, page 300. jjt MfflM
We have adopted every invention s every idea that PfS K-
could make for purity. l H Wl
M The Brown Bottle is only another step in Schlitz M I F.'
Our beer was first brewed in a hut. Today our V II III J
agencies dot the earth. Our output exceeds a million
More and more people every year arc drinking fffSBE
Schlitz. Why don't you? , I '"IplllB'K
W H 'BinU! ' See that erawn or cork ll'jll! I I ! (illlll' lR-
c c" iu u d wt t is branded" Schlitz" it K ! ' !! , j-'i Wt
GRANITIf OUTPUT OF
THE UNITED STATifS
The yranlle produced- In the United
Slates In I'Jli had a value or l,::il.S7S.
an increase of 5SUi.lt! 1 over tho value ror
1!)10. Fourteen ntato.s, according to tho
United Slates e.olosleal survey, produced
Kranilo valued at more than ?.j00.000. In
the following order: Vermont, Massa'chu
I settH. Maine, Calirornia, Wisconsin. Geor
gia. Maryland. MinneMoUi, Xonh Carolina.
Uieson ami ConnectUul. Of theso states
the first seven produced granite valmnl
at more than 51.000,000. and six or the
fourteen Vermont , Massachusetts, Cali
fornia, V;Lshlugt,on. Rhode Island and
Connecticut showed an Increase in value
There was an increase or I,0"9.70l pav
Im: blocks in Rtll over the output of 1010.
when the production was r.7.0ti'J.o'.'l). and
an Increase of ?.:ii,or.D In value over tho
valuo of the 11)10 oul put. which was
S-',S3,77'J. A large proportion of the out
put of Wisconsin, I he largest producer of
these blocks, coca to Chicago; the blocks
for New York and other l.in,'o eastern
cities are supplied by Massachusetts.
Maine, New York. North Carolina. New
Hampshire. New Jersey, Coorgia and
oUit Kranitc-qunrryin slates near the
Atlantic: seaboard; and the demand on
the Pacific coast Is inot by the local
SHORTS FORCED TO
COVER ON WEDNESDAY
James A. Pollock & Co., bankers ami
brokers, furnish the following, received
over their, private wire yoHtcrday after
noon' Paine. Webber Co., KokIoii In spite
of the sweeping Democratic victory all
thrnuKJi the country, the market, opened
sli'Khtlv slrom;cr and remained Urni but
dull for most of. the hcssIoh. For the
past few-weeks the short side ha been
populur with all llio bhr trader?, who
felt confident thai WUhoii's election
would bo a bearish factor. The market
acted so well this morului; thai about
noon time a heavy short covering move
ment started, wlde.li advanced prlccH
sharply all through bolh llsl. Attempts
lo buy tho local coppers found Aery rev.'
stoclis prcaslni; for sule and a net jjln
of one to four point was nude all
through the list. North Rutlc, Graiibv,
Copper RaiiKo and Hancock wore the
leader?. We doubl If this upward move
ment will extend far and advise sale
on any further -rally tomorrow.
I'OCTtn fc llryan, New York--A feeling
of hoftltancy ti npjHirpnt during Hie
first hour of today's session, wilh de
clines bollix Konerally reconled. but on
the downturn atipportof a rather sub
Mantiul nature was tendered, and aiter
the ustiurlnc roinarks attributed to Jfsl-doul-elect
VlllK)n were circulated, prices
srnidimlly rcovcrel and In Ihe aflfrnoou
rHDiiyancy characterized the traillnfr
throughout tho Hut. It Is rjultf true that
the bulk or demand Tor Mock today wn.s
in tho nature of nlmrt covering, but In
addition tlmro wjus a noticeable Increase
In outside Inquiry. Ak wr stated this
morning, utronp lntcrciilii were Inclined
to be hopeful, but dchlrel rather more
lluhl on the tariff and trust rjuf slloi",
tnd al o on llir probable pr-j v. (
ibe n v. i i' in ' i w v.rr j j r
Kit flrl toif C r vi k ' -c
Prcl'Jcut-clct.t rcftricd to aove .nj lo
the rather optimistic expressions of -virions
men of prominence whoso oplnioux
:-arry rcat weight, did much towards
assuring those who for quite a peilod
have been disposed to hesitate.
In tho discussion, which was qulto In
tense today relative to tho outlook, Un
satisfactory iindorlylnK conditions were
dwelt upon at length, and It wua said
oulto aulhoiiitatl vely that government
deposits of funds we.ro not unllkoly In
the near future, should such a course be
necessary In order to relieve the money
position. SomthhiK was heard of an
early decision In connection with the
wage, controversy of tho eastern cnsl
n corn now being heard by arbitrators, it
being currently reported that advances
would be advocated and, In addition, llio
suggestion tendered (o the interstate
commerce commission that tho roads bo
permitted lo Increase rates In ecjual pro
portions. Yc still bollove, as recently
stated, that around prevailing levels for
Investment purposes the standard Issue.-,
IDAHO MINE HAS
WAT. LACK, Ida., Nov. . -The Hunker
lllll and Sullivan mine declared Its ono
hundred and eighty-second dividend Mon
day, distributing among Ms stockholder
SGr..-J(l(). This gives tho company a dhl
dend record to date of $i::.S IC.II50.
T)on;fc "was to your money liiyins
strouKtlcninp plasterp. Chamberlain's
Lin'unont is clmapor and bettor. Damp
en a piceo of l'lannol -with it nud binrl
it ovr the affected parts and it will
relievo the pain and yorcucss. For sale
by sill dealers. (Advertisement.)
fel THE I
Deer Peepul: Vc toll tho same kind
of coal that Uncle Sam buys.
All dealers sell all kinds of coal. It Is
simply a question of which company
given you the heft service,
liood service meanH
Good Coal Carefully screened.
Good Tea nw Obliging Tcumstcrs.
Full Weight, and Full Heat.
Wc nunrantce all or your money back,
j 58 'a G55 So.lth Went.
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