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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 92. j
I PRODUCTION COST
One Should Not Overlook
Money Invested in Such
I SOME RETURN IS DUE
Liquidating Cost jTot the
Sole Basis of Figuring .
Tho commlitco appointed by the pro
rtuecin of lead and zlm; of Utah, -which
in charged with iho taalc of cotnitilinq
statistics on the cost of production to
ho used fit t ho tariff, reduction campaign
to begin with the next congress, Is
about to Hturt upon tlio most Important
pleco of -work Mint tho Utah producer
has bocn called upon to do for a sront
many yrara. It haa been too much the
proccduro in times past to rely upon
political influences and mero ututcmcnts
of Tvhat tho Tiult would ho to tho metal.
Industry' to rcmovrt tho tariff to retain
-that tariff, and It is now recognized that
tho producer muat prepare and present
facts and figures before what will un
(lucatlonally provo a hostile tribunal.
It Jm essential that, the commlttco
asrocH upon two or three points, the most
Important of which Is what conatltute.s
actual cost of production, so that every -ono
may know exactly how to proceed
and to proceed alone Identical lino, an
other bcinfc the attltudo eventually to
"be assumed. Touching: upon the latter
point, for a moment It should be empha
sized that tho committee-. If It llnda the
oxlr.tfiiFT tariff too hlph. would do better
to admit It and recommend a reduction
rather than attempt, any prevention of
Tcvhsloa at all.
Return ori Investment.
There are a very few who admit that
tho existing tariff nchcdulcs are too hlch,
TVhllo all admit that tho consuming- In
terests will bring about revisions if thcro
la tho slightest chance. Those who as
sert that thft tarifC Is not too high point
out that it 13 not only tho cost of pro
duction that should bo taken Into con
sideration, but it la tho capital Invested
demanding a reaeoimblo return of profits
that should enter Into the considerations
A company may strike a cost by meas
uring tho expenses of mining within a
given period against tho net returns, but
this liquidating cost may bo duplicated
by a property adjoining which has not
berjj forced to expend In development
and equipment during a porkul of years
a tithe of what another has. There arc
producers In this state, for Instance,
who havo been nolo to bring about ex
tremely favorable conditions for mining
by consolidating several properties, upon
all of which thcro has been done In years
past a. tremendous amount of develop
ment work. The capital invested in this
one proposition may bo millions of dol
'ara, while Its next door neighbor may,
Tny tho cxpendlturo of a small proportion
of this, bo producing as much and as
theaply as tho other.
Elbow Room Is Fair.
"It should bo taken Into consideration,
therefore, how much tho producer has
had to venturo to bring about his ex
isting fa.vorn.blo position, upon which
there should bo a rciisonable return In
Interest. Successes In mining arc widely
Rdvertlscd, and their successes frcqucntly
aro taken as typical of the general run,
whllo for each succcsh there arc a dozen
propositions -which luxvo failed to make
sood and about which I ho world hears
Mttle or nothing. '.Minijifr, therefore, is
Homethlng peculiar unto Itself, and there
should bo a generous degree of elbow
room accorded tho venturesome capitalist
who Is willing to hazard his fortune upon
tho dcvclopmtnt of jealous naturo that
the world may havo its metals for commerce.
I VISITORS SEE THE
LAST NEVADA' FIND
A parly of seven mining men, in two
auTomobilc. has returned from an in
wpoctlon of whut has bocn reported as a
new discovery near Willow Springs, on
the eastern slope of "Railroad vallcv,
JUuety-two miles northeast of Tonopuh.
The party consisted of L. K. ICoonts,
Oharles TP. Wilkinson, IThxrv B. lluhl.
'arl I?ckwood. Jack Ay I ware! and John
Hhirley, all of Goldfiold. and G. W drier
of Pittsburg. Pa., vice president of the
Manhattan JRIg Four kilning company.
Tho find Is not a new one. although
recent developments have further opened
tho oro in such manner that the showing
is pronounced to bo highlv encouraging.
Two miners opened the ore aome time
ago, having been working at this point
tor a year or moro, and have mado a
shipment of hlsh-rado eilvcr ore. The
membora of the visiting party all state
that the discovery appears to be ono of
merit, but that they do not advise others
o go to tho distinct, as It is In rough
country and all tho ground that has any
ippcarancc of being valuable has been
located, and it Ih not of such character
ria to juHlfy a. .stampede of mining men
to the district. Golrtfleld Tribune.
I BOUND TO KICK I
One of our customers thought
our coal should huru longer.
He said he fixed the fire in
his furnace before he left town
Monday, and when he got
back, tho latter part of the
week, the fire was out. WE
I AGREE WITH HIM.
"Wc'vo Paid, the Rcut,"
Office 277 S. Main St.
Tel. Ex. 401.
EXPORTS THIS YEflfl
Past Month of Diminished
Copper Shipments Not to
A fleet the Year.
There has been no falling off in the
buying of copper for European account,
and according to present Indications a
continuation ot this buying, which com
menced several days ato. is likely. Yes
terday a very heavy volume of bunlnoss
was transacted, according to statements
made by representatives of the leading
selling agencies, and in all cafes the full
price of 17y cents was realised. Tho buy
ing has been stimulated to a sreat extent
by the publication of the fortnightly sta
tistics, which showed a further material
shrinkage of the refined metal abroad.
According to tho flsurcs made public, ac
tual stocks In England and France de
creased LV-MO.OOO pounds, while the stocks
at Hnmhursr and Rotterdam shrunk 1.
TO l,J 10 poundH, makinic tho decrease in
the actual stocks of copper In iCurope
during the llr.st half of November np
proxltnatclv 4,000,000 pounds. In addi
tion to the decrcaso in actual uuppllo.,
the amount of copper atloat from Chile
and Australia fell off - rr.',000 pounds,
making tho total decrease in supplies of
all Kuropo in tho past few weeks ap
proximately 0,030,000 pounds,
This docrciso Is the lurgcet reported
for any similar period ulnco April "0
May 15. supplies In that fortnight show
ing a decrease of S, t73.000 pounds. The
heavy Inroad made in Ihc stocks of the
refined prod net abroad Is uttribmaDlo to
the falling off in shipments from this side,
due In part to tho dlftlculiy In securing
adequate freight accommodations and
also to the more cautious policy that
has been pursued by European manu
facturers in making new commitments,
owlnu to political complications In south
eastern Europe. Consumers, therefore,
have been obllced to draw upon their
home supplies, with the result that stocks
of actual copper have been reduced to
the lowest levels recorded In a. long time.
The decrease In the stocks at Hamburg
nnd Rotterdam is regarded with some
significance by the large dealers here, the
total at those centers amounting to ap
proximately 6.700,000 pounds, as compared
with about 38,000.000 pounds a year ago.
Although the shipments to lvurope from
this side have been comparatively small
during the past month or si:: weeks, the
aggregate shipments for Iho ten months
of th'j current year hnve broken till previ
ous records, and the indications aro that
the total outgo for 1012 will be the larg
est in tho history of the industry In point
of exports. I'lnnncial America.
GOLD CIRCLE SUIT
HAS BEEN SETTLED
The people of this community and par
ticularly those Interested In the Gold
Circle mining district will be gratified
to learn that the threatened litigation
over the Esmeralda mines proporty.
which recently caused tho suspension of
operations, has been amicably settled
and that active operations will at once
be resumed under the old management,
says the Elko Free Press.
Several months ago David Ecclcs and
Louis S. EInnegan purchased the option
held by George IT. Davis on tho Esmer
alda property, but soon after tho pur
chase discovered that a number of
claims held, against thc property, aggre
gating several thousand dollars, and
that a mortgage had to be satisfied. The
purchasers made numerous propositions,
but none were agreed to and foreclosure
proceedings were instituted-" and opera
tions were suspended. Terms were finally
agreed upon, however, and IMcEsrs.
Ecclcs and ITInnegan will Immediately
open up the works with a considerably
larcer force than before.
According to tho terms agreed upon,
a trust deed to one-fourth of the mine,
and all the mill and personal property,
was placed in the hands of Attorney E.
E. Calne for a period of si:: months, at
tho expiration of which time tho obli
gation must be EatlsMed or the trust
deed becomes operative. The owners also
agree to pay SL'oOO per month until the
original bond of $10,000 is paid.
Tho beginning again of operations on
this property is of great Interest to Elko
county and tho mining interests of Gold
Clrclo In particular, as It Is one of the
most important properties in Elko
OF GOLD DECREASES
The production of gold in Australia,
writes the IVIcIbourno correspondent of
the London Economist, continues to de
crease. The returns for Aupmst have just
been completed, and the total for the
first efcht months ot the current year is
3.516,53;? fine ounces, against l,C:i.C2L flno
ounces for the corresponding period of
mil. and 1 ,700,72 line ounces for the
corresponding period of 1910. The Xew
Zealand production also shows decreases,
attributable to some extent to tile sus
pension of operations at the great Waihl
The New Zealand total for the eight
months Is 'Jf.j.SGl fino ounces, nzainst
L'SS.SOG flno ounces in l&ll, and .".00.05G
tine ounces in 1010. The value of the
Australasian (i. e., Australian and Xew
Zealand) production for the llrst ciffht
months of the current year Is 7. 145,191.
as against 8,-137,739 for the correspond
ing period last year. The Australian pro
duction is likely to contlnuo to fall off,
unless fresh and important discoveries
arc made. Jn Victoria the miners arc
very discontented and aro objecting to
Other minlns: ( copper, silver, lead)
propositions also offer better wage?, and
men are being attracted from tho sold
fields. While the production of gold Is
declining, shipments arc Increasing, the
tolal sent to oversea destinations since
the beginning of the year being 9,153,-
PARALLEL MILL WORK
IS NOW COMPLETED
The orcction of tho stamp mill on the
Parallel property has bocn completed and
It was stven a tryout this week. Every
thing worked smoothly, and within a
ahort tltuo It. will bo In continuous opera
tion, the only delay being occasioned by
the Jack of a. sand pump to elevate the
talllnss to the settling tank.
It is estimated there arc already sev
eral hundred tone of ore ready for treat
ment, but as yet no estimate, ran bo
placed on what tho average production
of the mine will be. Work underground
lias been started on a small .cnlc, and
It is believed this property will be on
the active lUt from tills time on. Search
W I DftS, SHORES & SHORES ?
H ; rfPEOIALISTS, 249 Main St., Sail I.-u- City. 4,
H ' WE TREAT ALL CHUONIO DISEASES W5
i CATARRH Dvafi.cr'. Asthma, laing Trouble, Rhcu- Office T
., miUJuiij. Hay Fever. Epllcpoy. DUcases of Women and t. SV
; Children, Inroiimli!. Heart Trouble, Disease of tha iVV f - C
Stomach, Kidney, Llcr. Botvch, and Bladder. p.pj All iore VAJgj
Curable TCcrvou3. Chronic and Private Dloeascs or Both
Sexes that aro curabSe. mm Office H urr. I
women omentufferino' ,rom StflrMII "fer UV-
the lift peculiar to the sex. find Dri. IflLjJll .. REMEMBER,
Shores' treatment prompt and wonder- w nwIntiUn a separate
ful In returns. r department for treatment
1 "ud rum of all epcclul dl ecu oca and
T.CVWT T? ATPCl Easy payments wcakntfesej). Injuring privacy and
mmm SJsrv Quick Cure. trictet confidence. Conault us llrst,
HnKin Consultation Vl- CURE TO STAY CURED.
IT feT feT r , V, ' Home Cures by Mall.
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Expert Advice. WllXij0,. frco tympto-n US.
HUSH WORK STARTS
II EARNEST SHAPE
Carter Interests Plan Deep
Shaft .Work and Machinery
to Be Added.
Special to The Tribune.
BUIJIvlU. Ida., Xov.' 21. Following the
announcement some time ago that 12. J.
Carter of Ihc Slcmart company and asso
ciates had purchased tho controlling in
terest of the Marsh mine at Burko, comes
the mnvn that the new owners will Im
mediately spend $50,000 in opening up the
lead-silver resources of this properly.
The work of cutting out o station at tho
'SOu-fool 'depth is ncaring completion. The
pew hoist, drills and other machinery re
cently ordered are on the ground, and
the new shaft, which will bo stink to a
depth 100 feet loner than has yet been
attained In tho Marsh, will be rushed as
soon as the new machinery Is In opera
tion. The new shaft will bo of thrco
compartments, two of which will be
equipped with cages to be operated be
tween the -100 and 1 00-foot levels by u.
hoist on tho SOQ-foot level. A station will
be cut at 1000-foot depth. Sinking will
be bosun at a point. 150 feet cast of Iho
old shaft on the lower level. All work
preparatory to bcslnnlnsr sinking, except
the Installation of the new equipment, has
3lursh production Is proceeding at I he
rate of sixty tons a clay from an ore body
that was recently opened by a drift on
the SOO-foot level. This ore body Iia3
been opened for a. distance of 315 feet, the
production from which is expeutrd i.o
more than defray tho cost of operating
a thrcc-compartincnt outlet. When tho
shaft Is completed tho exploration of the
ledge moro extensively will be followed.
Empire Buys Claims.
The l&mpirc Mining and Development
company, composed of Wallace, Spokane
and Madlson, Wl., capitalists, fonnnrly
operating tho old LCmpIro claims In .Reve
nue gulch, near Osburn, has extended tho
scope of Its operations by acquiring tlllo
to the King and Wonder groups, both
located on Pine creek. In 'addition to
these, the ISmpIrc company has pur
chased a, quarter-section of patented land
adjoining tho Wonder. A. large deposit,
of antimony was found Jn prospecting this
patented land. There is a vein of good
shipping ore that Is said to .average HI
per cent antimony. Two shifts will be
employed throughout the winter in de
veloping It. Considerable work has boon
done on the King and Wonder, mainly
drifting on an old and onue abandoned
drift in the King, where eighteen inches
of good carbonate ore was found. This
Is holding out well, and the ore taken
out Is being sacked for shipment.
Manager B, IT. Lively of the Snow
storm Extension has been In 'Wallace for
somo lime arranging for supplies for the
mine, which will bo worked with two
shifts of miners continuously throughout
the winter. Tho Snowstorm Intension
adjoins the Snowstorm, and embraces
seven claims and a. fraction. It Is being
developed In the belief that the same
vein of copper that runs through this
Snowstorm crosses its claims and will be
disclosed by the completion of the tunnel
to the Snowstorm's lines, a distance of
about 700 feet. Its completion will give
a total length of 2G00 feel, and a vertical
depth of more than 1500 feet. The
claims arc heavily timbered and havo a
water supply for a 100-ton mill. Encour
aging Indications have been found in
the recent work which Is being prosecuted
on tho contact between the itevett and
St. llesis quartzltc.
Big Creek Operations.
Increased activities arc noticeable in
tho Big creek scetion of tho Coour
d'AIencs. and especially In that part in
cluded In what the government geo
logists term the "dry ore belt." "With
shipments now going on to tho smelter,
nnd the letting of a 100-foot contract on
tho Iron Mask group last week, atten
tion is being attracted to this region as
never before. The Big creek section, or
that, portion of It near tho mouth of the
creek, has had a remarkable record, and
even now offers big opportunities for
What is known as the dry ore belt in
the Cocur d'Alencs Unco south of the
South Fork river, between Wallace and
Wardner. It consists of threo parallel
veins which are claimed by somo engi
neers to be Identical with the great silver-lead
veins at Wardner. Somo of the
oldest locations in this district are on
tho dry belt zone. Results hero have
been such as to encourage the persis
tent prospector, and It now looks as if
the high price of the metals would in
duce the necessary capital to take hold
of tho properties and open thorn at
depth. Practically every properly In the
dry belt, It Is said, can be worked to a
profit, as tho general run of t lie oro is
about twcnty-livo ounces silver and :;."
per cent iron.
Tho late- Sena lor W. B. Hoyburn was
one of the earliest locators In the dry
oro bell, and ho owned and wau working
the same property at his death that he
located twenty-seven years ago. name
ly, tho Polaris group, adjoining the
Yankee Boy on the east. Senator Tley
' burn spent, thousands of dollars on this
property, and shipped some ore. but was
striving for depth. Work is being done
at tho property with a fair sized crew
of men at present.
Tamarack Deal Closed.
The legal formalities necessary to the
final dissolution of tho old Tamarack" fc
Chesapeake Mining company, which wan
recently consolidated with the Custer
Mining company, were completed lost
week, and the shares of the former com
pany will be Immediately transferred to
the Tamarack & Custer Consolidated, the
name under which tho combined prop
erties will be operated. Both the Tam
arack nnd tho Custer mines, which have
been idle for several years, arc being
rehabilitated and it is anticipated that
shipments will be begun In a short time,
according to Eugene K. Day. manager
and part owner of the Hercules, who Is
also one of the heavy stockholders In the
Tamarack Si Custer. There Is a large
force of men employed in erecting a
tramway from the mines to the old Rex
mill, recently acquired by the new com
pany, and as soon as the tram is ready
for operation another 100 men will be
put to work extracting ore.
WHITE CAPS READY
TO START SINKING
Everything is In readiness at the White
Caps to resume sinking on thlrtv-six
hours' notice. All of tho timbers" and
lumber have'been on hand for tomo time
and as soon as tho word is given bv the
management the shaft will be started
from tho L'30 for tho .130-foot level.
This. It is believed, will simplify mat
ters In tho line of development greatly,
as with Iho shaft down to that dcoth the
great oro body, which for the "greater
part of the summer and fall, has sup
plied tho ore for the Associated mill,
will rake Into or near the shaft on the
present course Into the earth. That
tI11 save a Jot of drifting and other de
velopment. Tho constant dralnago of sixty to
sixty-five tons a day tha: Iirs boon going
on since tho completion of the traai and
tho Installation of better equipment at
the mine havo not told on the oro ra-servc-s,
but, on the contrary, fn spllo of
this heavy output, the reserve have
more than kept pace.
Tho mine Is now equipped In a man
.nor to Indicate that the operators mean
business and that they intend to stay
with it as long as there Is a. vestige, of
the present extraordinary showing Jn
fight. Tho change of equipment, meant
a. vast deal of expense, evidencing a de
i.Iro' upon the. part of tho leasers to se
niro a renewal of their lease, which mai
ler is raid to to In abcian-e.
Of nil mlnod in t ie canp there
none w lh moro ciidcivcs of ikiuva-
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the proof of ihia wonderful machine's efficiency. H
Kirns Trading Machine 1
D One of the 20th century wonders. H
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I Reduces cost of tunnel driving 50 per 9
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Parent Go- Stesk Biig Sold I
Only a small block at $2 share. 8
Will pay stockholders big dividends. g
Buy all you can, and that soon. Clos- m
ing date near at hand. Mail orders S
given prompt attention. m
I. R, BELCHER? FISCAL A6ENT
617 Nowhousc Building, Salt Lake. 9
I Aberdeen Coal Is the
Big Consumer's Choice
The Troy Lauudry. one oC linos, aro usiDjr Abcrdcon H
i He largest single unit laun- Coul. E
dries iii the United States. Finns that aro Icadem tj
uses tho f,9o per fuel.. insist on tanffibltj proof of 19
They use it because it is quality they buv their k
(he best coal mined in the ,.oa) 1,y test. "Aberdeen" H
west. is tho coal they buy. ra
Throughout the entire Evcr3" homo consumer aj
mountain country, the should bo as insistent on )
largest and most ropreson- gcttiug tho utmost for his W
tativo companies the lead- money as is the big con- n
crs iu their respective sumcr. Use jl
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This is possible ii! you know how. A knowledge
of the principles or! advertising is essential, to its
success. 'J3hc fundamental truths about effective
advertising are easy to grasp if properly pre
sented. The Salt Lake Ad Club invites you
to hear its lectures on "Hoy to
Make Advertising Pay Dividends '
These lectures have been carefully prepared by
experts in. the advertising world and arc illus
trated by well selected lantern slides, affording a
wonderful opportunity to learn the producing
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greater uvcraso rtchnutja as shown by
inonlha oC actual tcaL a.L tho mill and
none -with a. bettor record of past ac
complishment. -Manhattan Post.
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J W2 IS WHAT YOH WflHTj
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SSHL f man to allow himself to gradually, f In
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FAIR DEALING mands, or you ''vf0nS,JR J coinpc 1,0 hi
FAITHFUL SERVICE seir In He ' n IneclaUst It reJulrM Hsi
AND LASTING CURES tent and Reliable S PKla l. u n M Ea,
I aro rcuponwlblo for my linmcnr.o more t an ordinary ,hlve
pructlec, tho largest In thla city. one of tho diseases or mc.
Conuult the best. a life work and specialty. ,
I euro All Blood and Skin Dltoasea Never to Return. f ii
I Cure Ncrvoun Debility, No Stimulant, But Poj"'3."1' Por Ai ,
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THE ACKNOWLEDGED LEADING SPECIALIST FOR MEN
Men nmk no mlatako Tvhcn Ihoy come lo us. llhatnwioy '
lon5 oNucrlcnce. honest conscleri lous wort . and the bwt op cewai vh
can buy. If you aro ulllurr. consult ua. Mcdlchici lurniancu in "ui j j0ei
laboratory from 51.D0 to iO.CO a course 1,1, ir Trour" I) A. M. to c u .
If you cannot call, wrlto for sclf-cxatiilnatlon blank. Hour-, j . iijp
S P. AI. daily. Sundays, 9 to 12 only. 1
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159 1-2 South Main Sired, Salt Lake City, Utah. j pi