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IDAHO MIES IE
Remote Sections of Coeur
d'AIene Camp Want Bel
ier Railroad Lines.
H OUTLINE A CAMPAIGN
Will Develop Such Tonnage
H That Roads Must Be
. Built to Them.
Special lo The Tribune. j
Hf AVALLACE, Ida., N'ov. 17. Railroads
HK operating In the Cocur- d'AIenc district
arc receiving; numerous-petitions from the
rcinoto but rapidly developing sections of
l..o district for extensions of their lines.
Tho l,i test and most concerted action
si our- this lino waa projected by a number
.-' mining companies operating In tho Pine
WM Creek section, when at a meeting: held
mwM 'ast voek, it was proposed to show tlic
mW O. W. It. & X. officials tliat sufficient ore
BV tonnage is blocked out in the Pine Creek
Bv mines to warrant an extension of the
road up the creek. Henry Gilbert, man
user or the Highland-Surprise company,
BB 13 taking the Initiative In the movement
B to secure transportation facilities for
Pine Creek mines.
BE) aI,J Ir Gilbert, when interviewed on
Nf the subject: "It will be tlw aim of the
9 Highland-Surprise company to block out
B enough oro in tho next twelve months
B 10 guarantee n mill run for tho next ten
B vcira. There is now In sight ore enough
B 10 IcccP t)le ITlIl sohiff at full capacity
B 0l thrcu years. If wc can show the ton
B nage. 1 am certain that tho railroad will
B burnish with the much-needed spur.
B Thero n.re several other properties to be
B ''onsidnrcd when the tonnage is estimat
B cd- The Nabob will be a factor, as well
B UK tl,e Sidney, the King: and the Amy
Matchless. With n railroad in sight there
B 1s n0 reason that other properties which
B have shown up woli in the work thus far
mW done should not come to the front rap-Idly."
I Raising Their Tonnages.
An augmented working force at the
Highland-Surprise is engaged in blocking
out ore; this, in lino with tho plana mado
ny the company for tho winter's campaign
at. the properly when the two compa
nies were consolidated a few months ago,
should convince the railroad officials thnt
tho extension of tho O. W. H. & K. lino
up Pine creek is almost a necessity. Ship
ments from the Highland-Surprise liavo
'cascd on account of bad roads. The long
flurao which the company has been btilld
R Ing Is now completed, giving water pow
Bh 'M' OI sufficient strength to operate all
I the machinery In both, mine and mill.
The management of tho Nabob "proper
ly states that there is more than 50,0i)0
ions of nulling oro on Its dump, ready for
treatment as soon as the Nabob mil) is
completed, and that the railroad could
expect considerable tonnage regularly
from this property. The Amy-Matchless
group han a big tonnago of ore ready
for shipment, wlillu ih "Wonder-King
property, now under development by Spo
kane people, will soon be In the shipping
Also, news of two important strikes in
the Pino Creole district, developed last
Mock. A strike of excellent, promise is
reported from tho "V" group, where an
ro shoot carrying values that make ship
ping ore was encountered in the upper
tunnel. Tho ore nccure in the hanging
wall sldn of the rein. CroJfscuttiug has
Hf boen begun to ascertain the extent of tho
mmM ore body. Samples from the strike show
Hi excellent values in lead and silver and
an entire absence of zinc, a condltior
Hj which Ih common in most of tho Pino
H Ci'ck mines. The "V" group joins the
Hj well-known Nabob property.
Bj Pine Creek Strike.
3 It has also been given oaL by tho man-
Hh agcmenL of the FJmpirc IWJnlng company
that rich ore lias been struck in tho Pine
j Creek mine, which pa-ssed into the con
atrol of the Empire a ishort timo ago. The
oro was uncovered sixteen feet from
where former operatorn suspended opcr
iiiions. whert! clgliteen inches of galena
Imve been exposed in the face of the tun-Tir-l.
The new owners of the property
arc highly pleased with re-sults to date,
and have doubled the working force with
mV a view of opening up the ground for
W Ktoplng in tho shortest possible period.
Senator It. A. Hutchinson, ono of the
Mpj principal stockholders in the Umpire.
S "stutca that the Pine Creek property will,
at no remote date, be a. steady shipper,
mS adding to the tonnago which the coni
bincl Pine Creek companies will offer to
B the railroad as an incentive to extend its
B line into the district.
HB It wasi announced a few days ago,
El that, after two years'- Inactivity the
Nlpnle mine will resume operations wlth-
in a Miort time. This information was
RBBJ r,ade publir late last week by W. A.
BV9 Nichols of Spokane, who is now in VTal-
'ace on matters ucrlaining to the rcsump
Bnj tion of artivlty at the property. There
B Ik now about ?30,000 in the treasury.
rnough to carry on development work
B frr eiglitccn months, under present plans
BB operation. A forco of carpenters arc
BBpj now engaged at the property repairing
BBpj biilldiiigK. Supplier and equipment arc
being hauled to the mine, and miners
BBpj a:e being recruitcJ for the wlntcr'fi
BBB rampaign. The principal development in
BBfl he Nlp"?ic conslKts of two tunnels on
BBpj the 800 and lUOO-foot levels, bolnw tho
BBBj ipc.v of tho ore body. Profitable shlp
BBpj menls have been made from the nroD
BBpj city, and with the continuation of tho
BBV drift on tho vein, which is coutomplatcd,
BBpJ it m believed that the property can
Bpj be made a. heavy and regular producer
BJ iithlu a yx-ar.
Iron King Working.
Work was started recently on Die Iron
BV King property on Big greek, a cruw
Bpj of men being engaged In driving the main
Bpt tunnel, which work will lie continued all
BBV winter. The property adjoins the Van-
BBpJ Kcp Iov, and the surface showings nro
BBV 5Hld to be unusually promising. The main
BBV tunnel Is in something more than 100
BBV feet, and It is expected that within
BBj tho next 25 feet a vein which outcrops
BBB on tho surface, should be cut. This
BBB cin. while well defined, is not expected
BBB to show any particular ore values as
BBI t'lere Is not a great deptii at the point
B where it will be cut.
BBB A mlllsltc and a right of way for
BBB ',n aerial tramway has hccii purchased
BBV by the Idora 11UI Mining tc Milling
BBB company, and the erection of a concen-
BBB 'rating plant, which was decided upon
BBB following recent strikes in the property,
BBB nl'' 1,0 1)e5un within a few weeks. The
BBB tramway will be of the most modern
BBB y(r' a,ld 1,0 atout -000 feet in
BBB vith. Tho mill when completed, will
BBB ale an lnltlaI capacity of fifty tons.
BBB Jllt will he no constructed that arldi-
BBI 1 tonal units can bo put into service
BI desired. Enough ore Is blocked out
B l,on' to keep the mill operating at Its
B initial capacity for at loast two years.
B Thc ore body averages flvo feet in width.
although In some places it has attained
B f width of twelve feet- Ore has been
BB opcnci for 200 feet on tho COO level, and
exposures liave been made at many
B noJntK on the surface for a distance of
B l-0 feet. It Is estimated by the managc
ment that tho ore can U6 conceutnttel
at the ratio of eight into one. which
B make a concentrate worth in the
B uclglihorhood of SC3 a ton. A pmall shlp-
BH mcnt of ore from the Idora is now on
B Its way to the smelter to bo tried out.
BB Heavy rains and snow have rendered
the roads around "Wardner almost Im
passiblA for liauling ore and as a ru-
B ult much trine is being lost by rora-
B panics openitlng in that section wlileh
B depend on wagon transportation. The
B Tyler property is seriously handicapped.
B '",nd petitions have been sent to the city
B 'Otincll and count commissioners for
B aid in keeping the road pasgahl uu thn
mountain side. However, the hcaw fall
JUMBO EX. MILL
Plant Capable of Treating
One Hundred Tons of
Ore a Da'.
STARTED AT FORTY i
Company Brings About a
Number of Other Changes
Special to Tho Tribune.
GOLDFIISLD. Nov. IT. Five additional
concentrating tables have been installed
in the Ilonnio Claro mill, which is treat
ing the product of the Polcverde mine of
the Jumbo Kxtcnsion company, and the
plant In again in operation, with its ca
pacity increased to 100 tons daily, instea!
of tho sixty tons which has been Its
limit since the operation of the plant
was started by this company. The con
centrates are of the Johnson vanncr type
and their uso will relieve the plant, as
it lias been necessary to crowd this de
partment owing to the unusual weight
of the concentrates.
Only ten of the twenty stamps with
which the mill is equipped liavo been
in use, as the amount of ore crushed
has been limited to the capacity of the
concentrators, "With the added equip
ment, not only will the capacity of the
mill bo largely increased, but a far bet
ter concentration will bo effected and
a higher recovery made. The ratio of
concentration will, according to the es
timates of the mill management, bo from
eight tons to one and as high as ten
tons to one. Three carloads of concen
trates havo already been shipped lo tho
smelter In Utah, but these, being the
product of the first oro handled, when
the mill was being bedded down with
low grade ore. will not approach in value
the average which it is intended to main
tain in the future and which will nrob
ably be between ?P0 and SI 10 per ton.
j Mill More Simplified.
Another important change has boen
made at tho mill, while it wus closed
down for the Installation of tho concen
trators. Tho crusher, which was former
ly near the storage bins, where the ore
was unloaded from the railroad cars, has
been moved to a. point near tho stamp
batteries, where the ore can bo handled
to the stamps directly from theslamp
bins, tho work of two men who wore em
ployed In tramming tho ore eliminated
and the handling of the oro greatly fa
cilitated This is a change that was
contemplated nt the time tho fiust de
signs were prepared for making the
changes in the plant prior to the hogln
ning of operations by the Jumbo Exten
sion's subsidiary company.
The storago bins at the mill have a
capacity of about fiOO tons and with the
stamp bins over COO tons can be un
loaded at the plant and this will be in
creased by slight changes in the main
bins. The entire plant, is said to he in
excellent condition for continuous and
successful operation. The machinery is
connected with the main supply lino of
tho Nevada-California. Power company
and there is an Inexhaustible supply of
water at all seasons of the year, derived
from wells near tho mill "Even In late
summer good water may he had in any
.quantity by sinking hut a few feet in
the flat just below the mill.
Tn the i'olovorda. mine of tiis Jumbo
Extension company it is apparent that
the main Clermont ledge has been pene
trated on the lOIi-foot level. This claim,
which Is Irregular in form, lies imme
diately between the Clermont claim of
the Goldflcld Consolidated and the Vel
vet and -St Ives claims of tho Goldfield
Merger Mines company. Ore of excellent
grade has now been exposed In tho Pole
venlo workings and followed by drifts
on various levels to the boundary line
of the "Velvet, claim on the cast and
nearly to tho lino of tho Clermont on the
Tliis, in the main workings, is on levcla
a.bov-o the fMO-foot point but the 1012
foot level, the deepest in tho mine, has
been driven far to the southeast, near
the southern end of the olalm, anil has
penetrated what is believed to bo the
main Clermont vein. A raise 'from this
level, extending 130 feet on the dip of
the vein, shows tho ledge to bo 60 feet
wide in places and containing scams of
quartz from which high assays havo been
Owing to t lie great depth and dis
tance from the source of the air faupply.
rendering work slow and difficult at
tills point, further development on this
level or in the raise has been deferred
until connection is made for air nciwcon
the raise and the new level, at a depth
of 010 feet, which is now being1 rapidly
extended to the south for this purpose.
This level, a drift from tho crosu-cut on
thin level, is now Just entering the ore
body that was opened in thn winze be
low ih. Intermediate level a.liovu the
00f' point and which has yielded the
richest ore yet found in the initio. Tho
showing of ore on the S00 level and on
the intermediate some 30 feet above this
level remains excellent and a large ton
nage is assured from tho stopes being
As to New Ground.
Ore that will average at least $7." pel
ton is being Raved for shipment direct
to the ameltcr and will be sent out at
the rate of about a carload weekly. This
is a refractory ore and does not respond
readll" to the milling process in use. Tt
is estimated that the mlno now has in
sight sufficient, ore of good milling grade
to keep the mill in operation, even with
the Increased capacity, for more than u
year, and that an average value of 5-0
to 530 per ton can be maintained for
some timo In shipments to the mill.
E. S. Van Dyck. president and general
manager of the Jumbo Extension, stated
before his departure for California ro
contly that negotiations aro still pending
for the acquisition by tho Jumbo Ex
tension, company of a gold -property in
northern California but that tho deal has
not yet been consummated. This prop
erty is regarded as one of great value
and has produced some exceedingly rich
ore, specimens showing the native metal
in nuggets aud seams without the aid
of the glass and yielding sensational
assay. Company officials declino to
commit themselves to any specific state
ment regarding dividends but are san
guine regarding the company's ability to
malic large profits.
of Know so early in the season Is not
looked upon altogether as an evil, au
It will Insure an abundance of water next
year for mining operations.
OLD TAILINGS WILL
BE GIVEN A TRIAL
Sheriff-elect A. A, Burke and Peter
.Nelson of this city have leased, the
dump of the Arkcll mine and have al
ready begun bringing tho material Into
Heno for concentration and shipment.
Saturday i'Jl sacks, about fifteen tons,
were brought to a mill in this city.
The dump consists of stiff talc clav.
which crumbles when dry, but "atlckcth
closer than a brother" when It is wet. It'
Is the material which is rejected in
recovering the almost solid lead sul
phides from tho lower levels which exist
there in trrcat volumes and which assay
at from ?12n to 51 id a ion. It was sup
posed until recently that this talc wis
almost worthless, but avcrago namples
assnv from 115 lo $20 a ton, hence the
lease of tho dump to nurke and Nelson,
who are going rlb'liL ah.cu.tl All it.-'I?cjio
ELY DRILLERS ARE
Were Sent to Prospect a New
Guggenheim Mine in
. v Far South.
In November, 1311, eight men went
from Ely to South America under con
tract with the Guggenheim Exploration
company to work for one of Its subsi
diary companies in Chile, the Chile In
spiration, Four of them have returned
and the other four remained to continue
in the employ of the company until after
they heard the results of the election In
this country. The men who remained
aro Henry Grother, ISob Nelson, Homer
Garfield and John Dixon. Those return
ing were Tom McNoos, who came back
by way of .New Orleans some timo ago;
C. C CCurlcy) Anderson, J. Y". Rowley
and Thomas IT. Silllman. McNcca wont
lo Arl.ona. Anderson to Oklahoma, Ttow
ley and Silllman came lo lanc City.
Long Way Home.
The three men left Chuquicamala,
Chile, October I for C'allao where they
transferred to another vessel for Pana
ma. They reached New York October
2 and Silllman went to Pennsylvania
and Rowley to West Virginia to visit
relatives. They met again by accident.
In St. Louis and arrived in Ely together
Where they were Inst engaged in churn
drill work for the company the ore 'body
comes right to the surface and contains
much high grade. Ono hole was sunk
500 feet before reaching the bottom of
the ore which then turns into sul
phides. Tho deposit Is half a mile wide
and one of the drillers traced it for a
mile and a half and states his belief that
it is the greatest copper deposit in the
world. In another district where they
worked the copper deposit Is covered
with wash aiid tho wash Is all placer
dirt, but as it contains much clay the
work of saving tho gold In difficult.
Conditions in Chili.
On tlio boundary between Chile and
Bolivia are silver mines of wonderful
richness, according to reports, but they
are not being worked at present on ac
count of International differences. The
natives are a 'bad lot and generally they
dislike Americans, as they still remem
ber Fighting Bob Evans and tho les3on
he taught them, and this spirit of re
sentment is fostered by English residents
of the country, who are almost as de
void of principle and mining knowledge
as the natives. Carrying of firearms Is
prohibited, but tho natives all carrv a
curved knife sharpened on both sides and
aro ugly to deal with. The country back
from the coast is a desert, where little
else than cantus grows, though In
places where they have water for Irri
gation Hue fruit is raised and two crops
of figs are gathered annually.
Tho men who hare returned are satis
fied with their one experience and much
prefer their native land as a place to
earn their daily bread, though their
wagc3 and expenses were paid from the
timo they left Kly until thev got back
home- Ely Expositor.
REPORT OF COPPER
The Copper Range company, a corpora,
tion organized under the laws of IVlieh
igan. reports the following statement of'
its condition on September 80, Mil', to
the secretary of the commonwealth:
Assets 1!)12. 1011.
Real estate ?1,3C3,S00 ?1, 371,330
Cash and debts re
ceivable 325. S03 175. 80S
Champion Copper Co.
slock, 50,000 shares
at par 1,250,000 l.'.TiO.OOO
liO'.Oiit shares Copper
Range R. R. stock. 2,605.100 2.605.100
Totals $5,5-1 4,2w: .f5,.inr,..ins
Capital stock $2,300,00(1 52,300,000
Accounts payable .... 5,aiD -1.S13
Profit and loss 3.23S.3K 3,100.625
Totals S5.oM.203 $5.-t05.-i3S
COAL WASTE GROWS
LESS IN THE EAST
The production of anthracite In Penn
sylvania Includes an appreciable quantity
of usable fuel recovered from the old culm
banks by washcrlcs, and the unalghtlv
monuments to the wasteful methods of
early times are disappearing from the
landscape in the anthracite region. The
quantity of roal recovered in tlie twenty
two years since the first washory was
constructed In 1SP0 has amounted to about
50,000,000 long tons, considerably more
than tho total production of anthracite
at the .beginning of tho period. In 1011
the washery product amounted to 1.136.
014 long tons. In addition to the coal re
covered from the culm banks. '.M.0-17 long
tons in 1U11, and 01.SS3 tons in 1010, were
recovered from the bottom of the Sus
quehanna river by dredges.
In tho bituminous rcclons the principal
use of washeiles is to Improve the qual
ity of tho slack coal used in the manu
facture of rokc by reducing the ash and
sulphur, although considerable quanti
ties, particularly In Illinois, are washed
in the preparation of sized coal for house
hold use. The quantity of bituminous
coal washed at the initios In 1911 was
12,5-13.114 short tons. The washcrlcs
yielded tons of cleaned coal and
1,543,633 tons of refuse.
DURING ONE WEEK
The shipments of ore from (he Cobalt
camp for the week ended November 0
were (figures in tons):
Hudson Bay , :i0..')0
La Rose tiU.OO
Cobalt Lake , 20.70
Teniiskaming . ,"5.yr,
Nlplssing M.OH $111,253
Crown Reserve ..... ....16,700 lO.OUl
Kerr Lake 2,2r.H 1.-I20
Totals '. 51,092 $27,092
BUCKSKIN ORE IS
COMING TO MARKET
The Duckey 'brothers, of Buckskin, were
in Torlngton Tuesday and reported rapid
progress being made on the Shaw prop
erty, on which they and IT. S. Pohe
havo an option. The hoisting engine is
set and ready for running, the gallows
frame is up and everything will be
rushed In the crosscut at tho 100-foot
level until the hig vein of ore is nut.
The Kennedy Consolidated, under the
management of Superintendent Sludge,
is pushlnir things right along. Ore is
being mined every lav and hauling to
the railroad for shipment to tho smelter
will begin in a few days. Big things arc
expected In the way of production in this
property from now on.
C. T. Spencer and C. T. Williams, leas
ing on the Sratt property, arc shipping
right along. They have recently let a
couple of sub-leases which aro already
prod 110111?. The Pass is certainly look
ing up. .
Tho Constantine brothers, who were
in from the Pass this week, report that
they aro shipping ore from their prop
erty right along and say others arc do
ing tho same, which makes that section
qui to lively.
M Matt, the SLison Pass mine owner
and the prospecthe millionaire, was in
Verington Tuesday and reports his prop
erty looking better than ever. He in
shipping regularly to the Thompson
smeller. Ycrington Times.
Twinges of rheumatism, "backache,
stiff n'os ami" sbootiD pains all show
your lcidnoys tiro not working right.
Urtuary irrcgulnritios. loss of sleep,
nervousness, wenk back nnrl sore kid
neys tell tho need of a good reliable
kidney mcdtciuc. Ifyloy Kidney Pills
aro tonic, strengthening aud rcatora
livc. Tliey build up tho kiduoys and
regulate- their action. They will give
3'ou quick relief and contain no habit
forming drugii. Safe and. always sure.
Try them. Schramm-Jolmson, Drugo.
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iP' THE MIINS """" I
lllllELia HAE I
I PRONOUNCED A COMPLETE SUCCESS i
Hi Not alone by the company which controls it, but also by export, Bp
3 authoritative engineers and biff contractors. It if. attracting g!j
vm widespread attention, and many of the shrewdest investors are m&i
lyj Interesting- themselves in the stock. KM
i 1 IHiave a Small Block of the i
I Parent Co. Slock to Sell a! $2 I
B This is the only block of parent company atock ever offered on KBJ
BEJ tho local market. It is beinpc sold to raise money with which VM
JgW to finish the huge 1012 machine which is bclug built, to drive ttft
MH ?, 2f500-foot tunnel in Pennsylvania. The driving of this tun- jag
$$ ncl will establish tho Karns Tunneling "Machine upon a practi- f
Bsn cal, economical, commercial basis, and will INSUB-E IM- Si
ttj MjBSTSE BARKING POWER to all stool:. Buy all you can TO-
1 J. H. BELCHER, Fiscal Agent I
j The Coal Used by the Largest
j Consumers in the West
I The large fuel users arc The coal that is bought by '
tho moat exacting buyers. tcsfc is a pretty safo fuel
m They don't buy by guess. fr tll small factory oper-
I Thev buv bv test The fnol T or ho,nc owucr t0 u- S
-uicy ouy iy test, lite luol Giyo ABERDEEN COAL i
K tlioy buy must bo the best. a trial 3Jld you win 1)Q con. B
m That is why tho largest vincccl that it is superior to
consumers in the west use all others. All dealers sell it. 12
j PRIVATE CURE FR MWM
S JKfll I want you men In whom arc sown Die g
B B&Sr RcdB of early follies, later excesses or 5
I I aXzaH?. disease, you whose falling memory, lost r
3 AU25rl vigor, wrecked nerves, lame back, dls-
i ifcgb I ordered stomach, varn you disease 3 at
Q ffl$2fi&yE work undermining your physical, mental f
I razpSKff 5"fSf& B 3nd v,tnl powers, to call at my offices r
f Va&&i3En jnfm Ni ancl 'earn ot my methods of curing tho
I fsi3Ri&W cSSf diseases of men after all others have
f wfMi vsR failed entirely. I make no chnruo for my I
E if counsel, and If I accept your ca3c. will f
f & fhtvi 1 guarantee you a perfect and permanent
IN ' rim&kL CE8TAIHTV F (SURE
I 9tm 6S WHAT YOU WAHT
ft tS Anv man w'10 13 d,5caEccl md dlscour.
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"siis? clf There Is now absolutely no cxcuj,n .
.iSis&av flt' i. for a m;m to allow himself to gradually 1
-iJwffliffwKwV 1 alKVv waste away In the clutches of a Private ,
riTOTOffi roSK ,V- rtfMBPfcK, Disease. If you are a sufferer from a
TOffilffi SiKJSTo which you should well know
"TntErttk WSKffimww1" m t,mo nako a total physical
aSmiHrwVS? vti.raiWIcB2Jwrifck of you, you may attribute your
! nnm rr-.n r-.i present condition to one cf two thlnns,
I Affl FOlJ Mtti vlZ. You either have failed through j
niiii vi neglect to give yourself the attention
MODERATE CHARGES which you well know your condition de-
1 FAIR DEALING mands, or you have never placed your- '
tt FAITHFUL SERVICE self In the hands of a Specialist. Compc-
AND LASTING CURES tent and Reliable Specialist. It requires
I uro responsible for my Immense more than ordinary ability to cure any I
practice, tho largest In thla city. one of tho diseases of which I have mado '
1 Consult tho best. a life work and specialty. jj
I I Cure All Blood and Skin Diseases Never to Return. W
I I Cure Nervous Debility; No Stimulant, But Permanent. S
8 I Cure All Urinary Diseases Without Surgery In Any Form. Q
I Cure All Complicated and Associated Diseases of Men B
j THE ACKNOWLEDGED LEADING SPECIALIST FOR MEN S
?.len make no mlatako when they como to ub. "We kIvq you tho results of. S
Jons experience, honest conscientious work, ami tho heat Ktjrvluo that monoy f
can buy. If you nro aillr.s:, consult us. Medicines furnished In our nrlvalu I
laboratory from 51. f0 to $6.50 a. course. I
I If you cannot cull, write for self-examination Llnnk. IJour3, 3 A. to S
8 P. M. dally Sundays. 9 to 12. only. " I
SALT LAKE HEIOL INSTITBTEI
159 1-2 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah.
ffP Rouad Trjp $4 j
-j TO CALIFORNIA
I Los Angeles or Sam Francisco
I Tickets on Sale Novomber 23-25. Return January 31.
I IVTako your reservations early.
tHBjaaHaHHHBSi Tickot Offico, 1G0 South Main St. j
Safety or Risk;,
Which do you diooso for S
your valuable papers? - I "
Do you realize that i-
only takes $1. 50 n year to &
leae ix Sure Deposit ox?
hat will absolutely cut jli
out all risk? :
Examine one of. them
NATIONAL 1 i
AVc had an awful ixl 'f
raising our R E Jfj
MONEY. But nothin
compares with getti
onongli for our oflice fij
tures. Soon we'll
our GRAND OPENING
COAL CO. j
"This is the Place;'
Office 277 S. Main SI
i Tel. Ex. 401.
STOCKS, BONDS, GRAS
James A. Pollock &G
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
t23-335 South Main Street (Fell Bid
Salt Lnkt City.
Olrect Private T71r to all Mnrkii
Duplex Syotem Ono Rolay to Naw. T
and Boston. '
Correspondents Jlembor.-i nil Exchani
fitocka Carried on Liberal aiarilM
iiclallta in Alountaln Statei 7c1iim
BcrnA! W V SCOURS
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS, i
Kollco Is hereby given Unit ocaled b
will bo received by the unilcrslgrredi'
to 2 i. in., December old, 3312, for .1
materials and labor required in tho er
tion of the TT.Yir STATE CAPIT
BUILDING. IN SALT LAKE CIj
UTAJT. Rceordint,- lo plans, speulflcatlo
and drstwlnt:, -which aro open lor
speetion ut tlic offlco ot ''
R1CUAKU KLETTrNG. AKCIUTJ50
-lis-10 j.-'cit me..
SATT LAKE CITY. UTAH, 11
aii'l .ill bids and proposals ;il llin
timo will bo publicly opened and n
In tlir. offlco (if ihu Slato Capitol Co
jnlsslon. 'Zli. Fclc building-. Salt U
City. Utah. 3
All bids miiKt be addrcssnd lo:
"UTAH STATJ3 CAPITOL CQJUl
SATT LA7CK PITV, UTAH.
and nip.rknd In Urn lower left-hand c
ner: "Bid for Ulnli Stale Capitol Bui
1 US'," naming al tho anm Uruo tho kli
cr work which tho bid covera, oi.i
"Bid for cnllro job, rxeepllng li
Ins-, pluinbins". electric wltlDo.
, "Bid for alono v.'orl?; fl;
"Bid for plaulerln,
' elc. or snob bldu can bo delivered. lo
Capitol Commission t tho anld tlrao.l
plnt'o for opening same. r
Bids innst not contain conultlj
qualifications, propositions or any ot
thine than thcue nienlloncd In pu
FperTficntloii3, drawlnss, contracts t
bonds, and blddeni mnst use ths form
blda, which will bo found at tlio oil
of eald architect, and no other loria
bid will b3 received. t , t . ,:,
A certified chcclc or cashier a chccK
some bank In Salt Lalco City. Ulab,-,
at least 5 pc-r cent of tho amount
each bid must bo oJKdoscd. Kaeh chi
Is lo be mado puyabln to tho und
signed, and Is' lo be forfeited to ino-.i
rlorslciipd In caao tho bid Is accepted I
tho bidder docn not niter Into tlio 0
tract within ten days after Uu ocC.
lance, for tho faithful elocution ot'
contract and bond hereinafter
Tile proposed form of contract
be tho "Uniform Contract Kovi
JfWT." and tho form of bend to bo u
Is hereto appended. .
A bond must bo furnished or one-E
Uuj amount of tho bid. with Kood : t
Eufflclent 5iirctlua. all satisfactory to ,
Tho phmn and specifications nmr
opeli for Inspection and uob .
architc'-fs office In rooms la;-3BJ K
bldg.. and at Hie offico of tho tJlah W te
Cftpltol Commission, 211 Iclt tulldlni
If unv bidder desires to havo ons ij
moro vets of plans for his cxclunljo
the architect at hla option may fu
them agalniit a deposit to . hin of J U
each sol of plans, ?I5 of vrWch wll (
refunded on tho return of tho nrei
of plans, clr.. and a refund of $-a i
on any of tho subsequent vuts. pro" k
said plans, etc., aro returned In row !f
ablv good condition and within Uo
after bids aro opened. (a
The plans aud 'od,ncat'V w
property of the architect and In all
must bo roturncd to tho archl cct. .1
In no case shall tlio deposit constl
a purchiiso price. c .. T; .
Bidders residing oulsldo of salt i;
City must pay for tho PressaBta
plans, otc. both ways In H cases, .m
Tho undersigned does not ool,M"jJKt
self to accept tho lowest or nii
The competency ami responsIbllltrB.
bidders and of their Pmrimb-cm
Iraclorn will reuelvo careful consiatM
tion In the award. . .Mis,
Tho bids will bo received for tne jj,
lowing workr lMt
I. For the building complete, as svm
For tho building "'"'P''JXSSbi
sng healing, plumbing, electric "'""'j
3. Cement, plain and reinforced
crcto work, Including excavatlona, B"
tural steel, and setting or tame. tjW
. Stone work, cutting and wllj
Brick work and tho setting of U3
'. Jurnlshliig of tcrra-cotta.
6, Carpenler work. 1MM
7. Plastering. , ,.. jM7'
5. Shcct-metul work, lncludluff mu
lights and lloor light. .
0. Marble work, tcrrazzo ana m
10. rnlntlng. , n!lmeJli,
II. Miscellaneous and ornam,j
steel. Iron and brasa work. . dVid
12. Combination of blris-scctloM
land U. 3i
13. ireatlng. 'tM,i
U. numbing. 'Vmi.lt
1Z. Kleetrlc wiring. )WH ,
16. illovatora. ,he r(H
Tho imdcrslgncl bIiii 1 1"V . " hC
to roject any or all bWa on I 10 ,J
any lnformullUea in any prI'o
Dated ut Salt Lako City, umn.
201 li duy of October. 101-. nMMlSSlWS5
UTAH STATE CAPITOL C0MMIfD