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1U TP o ALT LA(E TRIBUNE, TM U.R5DAY . , f . "jL?
Mineral Output Last Year
Was Greater Than History
Has to Show.
COAL SHOWS BIG "GAIN
Phenomenal Increase Noted
in -the Production of
ILarfc llgurcs, some of them clean
record-breakers, have been attained In
t:ie mincml output o. tho United States
for 1912, according to tho specialists
of tho United States geological survey.
Tlie fljrurcs of coni production arc tlio
moat sensational, nil previous records
having been surpassed by about 50,000.000 ,
tons, an Increase equal to the total pro
duction of the country forty years ago.
The production for 1011 vms 406,221. 16S
sdiort tons; the estimate for 1012 la GuO,
000.000 tons, and the final figures muy
even reach a still lilshcr mark.
Copper Output Large.
The production of copper was also the
Isrgcht In the history of tho Industry, the
high-u-.ner mark reached lu l'JIL being
handsomely surpassed. According to tho
statistics and estimates received by the
survey, the output of blister and L-ako
copper was t.lMD.Ol'O.OOO pound In 1012,
compared with 1,007,232,710 pounds in
1311. Uio respective values being nearly
J200.OD0.000 and ?1 ST, 151,002. The pro-
IdiKtlon of retlned copper is estimated at
'.uGO.OOC'.OOO pounds In 1012, compared
with J,i;;r;,$7u,02t; pounds in 1011. Tho
production In Arlaon may have exceed
ed r.50,000,000, not only a record output
for Arizona, but a record for any state
fjr any one year.
Tic pold-mlnlng Industry of the
United Slates was generally normal In
1312, but the survey estimates indicate
tt'e smallest production since 1007. when
t . output was valued al JflO.-inS.TOO.
T iat for 1912 is estimated at 591.CS5.1CS.
In POO the sold production reached very
:iorH the 5100,000.000 mark.
Aluska'.s mineral output In 1012 Is
rrtlmated at ?21.?50,000 in value, an in
crease of 51,200.000 over the llgurc for
1911 Of the total for 1912 the. gold pro
duction was valued at 16,650.000. The
total value of Alaska's mineral produc
tion since ISS0. when mining began In
trie territory. If stated In round nuin
ycrs :it $229,000,000. of which 5202.000,000
a represented by tho value of the gold
I Silver and Lead.
In silver production in the United
Stales in 1912 the Indications arc for a
possible output of 61,000,000 fine ounces,
the. highest figure since 1S92, whon the
production whh estimated at fi3.S00.000
ounces. The high prices generally paid
for silver, copper, and leud In J912 stlm-ul-itod
production. The average price
- for silver for tho year Is staled ut 60.0
cents an ounce.
In lead the preliminary figures of the
survey show a smull decline ln1912 from
the high record figures of 1911, the out
put of refined lead, desilverized and
"oft, from foreign and domestic ores, be
ing 150.96.1 short tons in 1S1.2 and 4S6.976
hort ton in inn. Tho value of the
1912 o.Jtput is stated-at H3.2S0.S5O. The
domestic production of lead ore Is stated
to be about 20.090 tons greater than the
PU output of 111, 1ST short tons.
In the zinc industry the figures show
a phenomenal activity. The "-production
of primary spelter in 1012 Is estimated
at 323.961 short tone from domestic ores
and 11,669 tons from foreign ors. a to
tal of 33S.630 tons, valued at $16,731,000,
compared to 236,026 tons, valued dt 532.
063,964. in 1311.
Quicksilver production in 1012 snows a
lUL ov.cr lI,e 1511 Production,
uhlcli i self showed a great gain over
H'"0,-10-, ThS ,s'13 "suros are stated
at Jo. 1 1 1 flasks of m pounds each, worth
512.01 a pound, or 5I,9."7.IS0.
(Iron and Petroleum.
The production of Iron oro in 1912 was.
according to survey estimates, from 25
to -J per cent greator than that of 1911,
the figures for 1912 bclnc between ill -SJOjOOO.
and C7.500.000 long tons "gainst
JS.oS0.b33 tons In 1911. Jt Is believed
?cT W1'. U"lL i'e ret:orJ 8ro of 56.
:?.,., tons produced in 1910 may be ex
ceeded hy the 1912 output.
The rnlti'd States continued to lead
inV ovll " petroleum production in
ItiiV .f!101, Produced more than all the
lCn3L of V1? 'orldTantJ ls estimated to
S?iTiRf?a,l"d 1 10 tremendous record
or 220.0.391 barrels made In 1911. The
:??iSs??I farcy's estimate for 1912 la
of'ftn,Wi0niottrre& rlJ estimated value
or the 1912 output, however, Is much
greater than that of 10U, the figures be
ing 5150,000,000. against VsU 15.752?
The directors of the Opohonso com
pany on Wednesday declared a dividend
of 1 cent a share, which will bo pa d on
January 30 the books closing on Janu
fslsolTS. Cal'3 fr thc Pmenfof
Such favorable action on tho part at
the directors was unexpected by the pub.
Uc. for tne stock of recent wceko hai
been one of the weak features of the
record of tne company. Many rcnoX
have .been current to account forftf
ness. one being that the Ker?
operd. nS deIIetcd than deveN
It wao elated authoritatively vtmtnv
on hanneo ?;aB ''ctter'cond?
hat wllnV, thfc2?ra"y' Predated, and
"lI?utho oro reserves are not as
largo as they were, production lH ?,r.i
maintained steadily thero Is a -ood
amount of oro known to be readv" for
tho market, while the opportunity oV dc
cefe 3 "C" t0an&St ' 13 considered
IKE PIE OF
Past Twelve Months Were
the Best for Producers in
It is a happy coincidence, that while
thc United States was breaking all pre
vious records, for amount of mineral pro
duction" In 1912 the average price of all
thc metals, with the sole exception of
lead, showed a splendid Improvement over
prcvoua years. The improvement In sil
ver, copper and zinc wee especially
marked, in which the Utah producer
shared generously, while the cost of pro
duction, especially copper, has never been
so low. generally throughout the coun
try as It was In 1912. Thc producers,
therefore, found tho world anxious for
Its metals, willing to pay a premium for
the same, while, thc cost of production
In part at least was the lowest ever
Copper in 1912 averaged 16.311 conls
per pound, against 12.376 cents In 1911
and I2.73S ccnU In 1910.
Silver in 1912 aveliiscd C0.S35 cents
per ounce, against 53.301 cents In 1911 and
53.4S6 cents In 1910.
Zinc In 1912 averaged 6.799 cents per
pound (St. Louis prices), against 5.608
cents in 1911 and fi.730 cents In 1910.
Lead was somewhat of a disappoint
ment to thc west, averaging In .Septem
ber and October of last year better than
o cents a pound for thc llrst tlnn-. In sev
eral years, but falling back again when
It became evident that the tariff was to
be disturbed by the new administration.
Lead In 1912 averaged 1.471 cents per
pound, against AA'l cents in 1911 and
U-J6 cents In 1010.
These wide spreads in the value of thc
metals were responsible for the fact that,
while tho Utah metal production was not
materially Increased In extent thc value
was materially raised, giving the stale
thc greatest, production value in Its long
and honorable history.
COPPER SALES ARE
GOING TO APPEAR
Jamc6 A. Pollock & Co.. bankers and
brokers, furnish thc following, received
over their private wire yesterday after
noon: Paine. Webber &. Co., Boston Decline
was checked today by Rood buying all
through thc list. The New York mar
ket was steady and showed an Improve
ment at the close. Local coppers wcro
In bettor demand with less stock for
sale. Tho disorganized condition of thc
metal market Is being exaggerated by
trade conditions and' wo think the situa
tion will be cleared hi the near future
by heavy sales at only a slight recession
from present prices. Coppers have dis
counted more than any metal the break
we are likely to have and arc a purchase
on a. scale down from these figures.
Logan & Bryan. Xew Tori; Without a
material change In thc conditions con
fronting tho situation, thc stock market
displayed a somewhat tinner tone, though
Judging by thc character of thc buying
the latter was mostly in tho naturo of
short covering, accompanied bv a scat
tered investment inquiry. Katticr indefi
nite reports from thc other sldo were In
circulation indicating a more hopeful
reeling relative to the political sltua
Mon but our own political prospect was
further Intensified by what purported to
be a statement from hlsh quarters em
phasizing the sincerity and tenor of those
views recently expressed which were
considered by muny as not bclntr ontlrelv
In keeping with constructive political en
deavors. The outlook still strikes us as being be
set with uncertainty of such a nature
J15...10. Preclude the possibility of much
bullish enthusiasm In the stock market,
and, therefore, tho upturns ensuing from
an oversold condition or predicated on
short covering we bcltavo should not bo
followed loo closely, at least until dis
tinct signs of a changed order of things
are discernible. "Wc would much prefer
to have our friends lake hold of thc buy
ing sldo fit a higher level than at current
nrlces with so many uncertainties con
fronting tho situation.
Nevadaa In San Frandsco.
James A. Pollock & Co.. bankers and
brokers furnish tho following, received
ocr their private wire yesterday after
noon: . I Bid. Asked.
Columbia Mountain 5, . 5 (p
Juinbo Extension zi' 3S
Vernal , ' 'Vn u
Booth . . . '"'hi'
Bluo Bull oi"
Silver Pick .... 05
OI'e Sla-r I03 '"'.hi'
Atlanta 10 "'io"
Dlamondficld VS. B. Con. . 0
Goldfleld Daisy At"
Commonwealth 08 hh'
Kewanon 0 'oE
Goldfleld Consolidated ... 2.00 205
C. O. D. ns ""nn
Merger Mines ' "?
Mexican ..." 10
Consolidated Virginia .... 17'
Hale and Norcross n6
Vcllow Jacket iA
Belcher "h' 'iJ
Sierra Nevada 'i ""IV
Union .....I -17
Montana Tonopah 1 0-1
MacNamara " "
Tonopah Belmont k'lol
Tonopah North Star .... ""in"
Rescue , 7n 'Zi
Jim Butler 7 13
Cash Boy "o8 ""in'
Monarch Pitts. Extension '.16 17
Tonopah Merger ce 'ii
Manhattan- S6 87
Manhattan Consolidated .. 10
Golden Wedge 'Jj
Nevada Hills 1 A
Pittsburg .SIL Pcalt ...'." 65
Eagles Neat "
Round Mountain .'" "':o" ....
Daly West Annual.
th?DaK- wlefbecn rc?civca announcing
tne iJaij. TYeat annual meotine to i
held in Denver ou February l". 130
y This js the tobacco thai pul
DEXTER WHITE GIFS
III II MERGER DEM.
PropositOn Will Be Submitted
to Shareholders Later in
the Month. j
- meeting which la boing watched
clooely, and which is to be held in Tono-"
pah on January 20. is that of the Dexter
White Caps company of Manhattan, for
at this session a. proposition will be sub
mitted to the ."harcholdcra for consoli
dating their proposition with others of
the Manhattan district. It is necessary
that 75 per cent of the Dexter stock be
represented at this session, and an espe
cial effort Is bclntr made to htivu all
stockholders present either In person or
.Secretary I'erciva Nush hJl.s addressed
a communication to thc stockholders set
ting forth the purposes of the meeting
In the following terms;
Notice Is hereby given that a special
stockholders' meeting of tho anove
nained company is called, to be held at
the oftlce of the company, room 311,
State Dank building, Tonopah. Ncv.. on
Wednesday. January 0, 1013, at - p.
in., for the purpose of considering and
voting on tho tollowing proposition re
cently placed before Uio directors of
your company by Mr. John G. Kitchen
11 nd associates, owners of tho Associated
Milling company and thc White Caps
That a merger of your company with
the Associated -Milling company and thc
White Caps Leasing company be formed,
f thc plan of merger as follows:
That a new Incorporation bo termed of
2.r00,000 shares nonassessable capital
stock. That from this company the Dex
ter While. Caps .Mining company no paid
777,723 sharcH to exchange for thc pres
ent outstanding stock of the company,
share for share. That for thc lolul
equity in thc Associated Milling com
pany. 600,000 shares be apportioned. For
the total equity In the White Caps Leas
ing company 250,000 shares be appor
tioned. Following this plan, the ncv company
will have 872,277 shares left in Us treas
ury, to be used In the purchase of ad
joining available properties and also to
equip u largo cash treasury fund from
sale of treasury stock", to carry on ex
tensive mining operations.
Should the plan of mercer be consum
mated, that a fixed dale for the delivery
of the stock be made, at least three
months from date of Incorporation.
CHINO SHOVELS WERE
ON LOW GRADE ORE
The east explains thc decrease in the
December copper production of tho Chi no
company as due to the fact thai, the
3tcam shovels vcrc located on lower
grado ore than usual, thc output for the
month .being ;i,.7ln,lUi pounds, a decrease
of about 500,000 pounds over November.
The December tonnage treated was at
Ihc rate of li'oO tons dally per unit, or
a total of 5000 tons daily, four units
ha.ving been kept in commission.
TINTIC STOCKS ARE
LEADERS ON EXCHANGE
The Tintic issues retain their leader
ship on the local mlnlnc share market,
Tron Blossom, Colorado. Gold Chain, Opo
hongo, May Day and one. or two others
being In demand without any changes of
material moment in market value. The
sales for tho day reached a total of 21,
02o shares of stock, tho niarkot value of
which was 5H.2S6.50.
Tho following were tho closing trans
actions UNLISTED STOCKS.
I Bid. lAsked. Sold For.
Alta Con ..$ Al 15 .46 $ .45 &
Rico Well .1 .35 I .-10 .So dp
Opex .. .10 .12 .10 &
B C-Stand . .OS .09
Rico Argcn . .26 . 25
Columb ISst 06
T-Quincy .20 . .30
Ely WUoh .. .06 .08 I
I A. M. P. M.
I Bid. IAskod.ll Bid. lAsked.
Beck Tun . $ .OS ? .10 1$ .03 ?
Blng Araal. .05 .OS .03$ .OS
Black Jack. .10 .12 .09 .13
. Caiisa .35
C-Talls .. , .01 .02 .01?. .02
Cent Mam . ....... .10 10
Colo Min . .10 .10i .18 .19J
Col Con .. .10 10 .30
Con Mcr 15
Crown Pt . .032 .04 .033 .04
Daly .. 1.20 1.62 1.37J 1.62
D-JucUro . . 6.25 S.00 6.25 7. GO
East Prince .01$ .02i .015 .021
E & B B ., 1.05 1.30 1.075
E C Point 002 01
E T Con 01
E T Devel 01 01
Emerald.. . .03 .10 .03 .10
Gold Chain. .40 .43 .10 .43
G Central . .75 .85 .75 .SO
Ind' Queen 00i
Int Pot Sc. O 012
Iron Bios . 1.35 1.37 1.35 1.37J
J Bowers . .00i 004
K William. .015 .03 .01 .03
Lead King. .00 .OS .00s .08
Lehi Tintic 01 I .004 .01
"Lion Hill . .02 .05 I .021'
Little Bell 35 )
Low Mam . .015 .05 f .01 .05J
Mammoth 2. 00
Mason Val. 7.50 9.00 7.00 10.00
Mnt Lake .03 .05
Nov Brit .40
Nov Hills . 1.55 1.60 1.521 1.60
New York . .00J .02$ .01 .02J
Ohio Cop . 1.05 1.10 1.025 1.115
Opohongo . .05 .06 .055 .06
Plocho Dem .04 .09 .04 .06
Piocho Mot 02 ) 02
Pitts-Ida .! .50 1.23 .50 1.25
Plutus ... .07 .00 I .07 08
Prince Con. .97 1.00 I .96 1,00
Roxall . .01 .05
Seven Trs 012 '.021
S T Coalit 40 , 40
S K Coalit 2.95 3.075 1 2.90 , .
S K Con . .75 1.00 .75
j So Pac .01 .12 .01 .10
Sil Shield . .005 .10 .00; . .
Sioux Con . .021 04J
S Iron Bios ,00' 'hoi
Swan Con . .00! ......Tl ...... "
Tintic Cent! .011 .oi? J,!!!'"
United Tin.! .00t' .01 .00U 61"
Uncle Sam. I .11 I ,13 .111 13
Utah Con .1 .01 .02
Union Chief! .06 ,10 M .06 I "'io'
Victor Con.j .03 .05 !.. ......
Victoria . , .58 .62 l .36 1 61
Wllbert . J .09 .11 ! .09 n
Tank Con .1 .135 .15 II .131,..!...
Ter Cop ..I 05" .10
G C Crown.l 1 .02 I ..... -
Grutli . .01 If!!! I
Moscow ...1 .no .75 11...!!!! !!!!!!!
j FORENOON" SALES.
I Daly-.Tudsre. 23 at ??.50.
t Nevada Hills. 100 at 51.35.
Prince Consolidated, 500 at SI. 00
United Tintic. 1000 at Jc.
Shares sold. 1625.
Selling value. JS25.
Colorado. 100 at 103c: 1000 at 19c.
Tron Blossom. 5400 at 51.35.
t-bE ?nni'- il00 al -3c-' so at 221c.
;nited Tintic. 500 at Sc.
Shares sold, 13.100.
Selling value, 7043.25.
Gold Chain. 100 at 41c
Grand Central, 500 at 77c
Prince Consolidated. 500 at 07c: 100 at
Shares sold. 1200
Selling value, S1007.
iSImJc D?veIopniL..it ioo a I v
Iron Ulo-Kom 500 at a 33 Jl c'
Qpohongu 3700 al 6c: 1000 at fl
UIO PROBLEM FOR
Reduction in Copper Price
May and May Not Bring
The following rovlow of tho copper
metal situation In 1912, and the likeli
hood of still further recessions in tho
market value of thc metal, lu contained
In the January 13 edition of the Wall
-Street Journal, and it a especially In-lorc-sting
In" view of the rather muddled
condition, of the domestic red metal mar
ket at this time:
Complete returns for 1912 os reported
I by thc Copper Producers' Association,
show that copper production totaled
1.581.920,257 lbs., as compared with
1.13S.33S.93S pounds for 101 1. domestic de
liveries 819,063.0 IS pounds as compared
with 709.011.613 pounds, foreign deliveries
716.396,152 pounds, against 75 1.902,231 and
total deliveries 1.366,062,100 pounds com
pared with 1.16I.513.S3S pounds In lull
Production increased 10 per cent over
1911, domestic deliveries increaucd 15 per
cent, foreign deliveries fell off I per cent
and total deliveries gained 6 per cimt.
Stocks In this country increased 15,
S37.SS7 pounds " last year, whlio foreign
stocks Including those at Hamburg and
Ro tcrdam, fell off 37.606.0S0 pounds,
making the tptul net decrease of worlds
ThhrMi?l!i l,Hi 2jcai pounds.
1 ho following table shows the total uud
changes for foreign, domestic stocks and
tho two combined for the last four vcars
105.3 12.382 -7S.49I.SI0
Increase L. b. stocks, 15.S57.SS7 pounds;
decrease torelgn stocks, 57.006.0S0 pounds.
I0i? : ;; ,S.'G1'5 100.os1.920
Decrease U. S. stocks, 32.C75.S0O pounds;
Decrease forclpn stocks. 57,131,360 pounds.
'n'0 J22.030.195 163.513.2S0
Decrease I, S. stocks. 19.735.916 pounds;
decrease foreign stocks, 64,901.000 Doundt.
J-309 141,766,111 22S.417.2SO
Increase U S. stocks. 19. 10S.S15 pounds;
Increase foreign stocks, 12-1.S6S.S00 pounds.
,,., World's Slocks
,Ji- ' 1S3.S04.422
SJVT 4 1. 74 S. 193
Pnft; S 1.639.916
)J 3 70.1. S3. 391
"Includlnir Humbursr und Rotterdam.
The above table shows that world's
? 5 SLHS ol" December 31 last v-crc about
U,-r,H.nou,K's ,css tIian a '(-'JLr nrevioua.
10 ,..0,000 pounds less than at the closo
oi 1910 and 1S6.379.000 pounds less than at
the end of 1909.
Statistically speaking, conn'- Is in a
very easy position at present, thc menace
lp the situation lyinpr in the refusal of
the consumers to carry any material
stocks of the metal or to purchase ahead
for any length of time.
Problem of Future.
But producing interests refuso to malt
price concessions on thc- theory that such
steps would not stimulate consumption,
the collapse of the copper pool of 1901
however, was accompanied by sales of
something: like 200.000.000 pounds of thc
metal, and that of the 1907 pool by ap
proximately 120.000 000 pounds or copper
by one of tlie largest agencies In both
instances the price had been held up m
lies Unit consumers would he forced t
buy but thc latter were able to t alone
with much smaller supplies than the pro
ducers estimated, and In the end the pro
ducers wore obliged to cut prices and
Boston Mining Stocky.
James A. Pollock & Co., bankers antl
1 brokers, furnish thc following, received
over tnelr prlvato wire yesterday aftor
noon: BOSTON COPPER RANGE.
I Sales.l M. JL. IQfce
. Algomah I 50 2 1 2 i
' Butte & Balaklava..' 35 ;;j rA
Butte t Superior...) 3,977 36? 35 36
Calumet & Arizona.. 197 66 654' 661
Chief Consolidated . 735 IE lg IP
Copper Range 1S9 47 17 47
Daly West. JW y:' 1
Davis Daly i'50 1; jq. i5
Eat Butte 1,-65 13 12i 12
Glroux Con 31 ;ju a.
Granby Con 1.-IS0 655 65 05
Groeno C 135 Si Si St
Hancock .120 19 in" ml
Indiana Copper 200 13A 13 131
Inspiration Con J62 161 161
Lake Copper 699 20' 20 "01
La Rose 30 2 24 2
Mason Valley 70 73 78 7j
?adT- 9?n 115 lsi 1S ISi
M c h.-Litah au, SQ5
Niplssine; yxt cnl ;
North Butte 1,616 31 30 30
North Lake 50 2iJ' c( -
Ray Consolidated ... 135 1Q 19 j 19;
Superior & "Boston 28 "l
Trinity l25 5s 3-j g
U. S. Smelter com -tl jo? -ioi
U. S. fjmelter ptd... 350 191 19 -19
Pond Creek 7SS 35 24 b 25,
BOSTON CURB CLOSE.
. I Bid. IASK1; j
Alaska ..... $lz.Q0 !$irr.uj
American Zinc 27,r'll 7 -ill
Bcgolo 1 75 1 03
Bingham Mines 4.50 500 '
Boston Ely go 95 '
Bohemia. M.no 3;00j
Butte Central 7.S71. s.00.
Butte fc London no 35;
Calaveras h.qo 3 .,
Eaglo & Blue Bell i.ofi i't-u
Greene-Cananea s.30 s!l5?
SJ0I Copper 6.00 7.00
Kerr Lake ." ''' '75' ' i
Keweenaw 7.;37i'. Vi?
MaSiowoV:::. :::::::::; w ?" rS
Majestic ........ 1 i"
Michigan-Utah '.'.'. iss ''a
Michigan I.'..;: iY0 n'fa
Miami Copper 23)50 '.."i 00
Nevada Douglas 2 Mj "'75
Oneco , ..? r'.;,',
Ohio Copper mo' ! i'.i
Old Colony ..... r, no I Hl
Ojlbway ....... 1 !;'-'
Pond Creek "....!!!! 'Y'vh ..--
Shannon .... . n '00 ' n 22,
South Lake C'(0 '
South Utah .. rn ! 7-
Stewart ...... t'tW-
s. w. Miami. t-H-j
Tuolumne ,. ... 'l"""riri' !"."-
-rfot v.m ":"o
Sau Prancisco OU Stocks.
. James A. Pollock & Co.. bankers -md
orokere, furnish the following " received
noon: ' PrK"alc w,ro "afior-
. 1 Bid. iAskcd.
Caribou is 1 nn '
Claremont ........ ..... A lmQ0 l"''
Illinois Crude ........I. V I
Monte Crlsto ''""si" '
Nov.- Pennsylvania 1
Silver Tip ... '!
s. w. sz b ; . "U .
Turner ' kr
w. k. on. .......... ..::;:: ijq
Tr-TVc "iai3 re Sampling company ori
Wednesday released six care of ore i from
Ltah and four cars from Nevada cainpe? !
Oro and Bullion.
The ore and bullion report for Wd
nesda. -ivcn hy MeCoinlk & Co ,
"Beer acted upon by light soon takejip the very ii S
M disagreeable so-called "light tastend also a wZI) C
vi repulsive skunk-like odor. Beer I affected is ifliliw Sfl S
offensive to the palate of most consulrs. Beer ffiSlm
k should not be exposed to light, espe'cly to direct IHllM Kl S
sunlight, as it will thereby be detrimecjly affected, If i III 13 'S
the light having an influence upon th(lbuminoids IL r 9
in beer, causes the beer to become' fcy." If 'VM mm jSa &
Extract from "Thc Beer Bottlers' Handy Book," bilip Dreesbacft, III il pffl S3 ff
Bottlinp Expert and Instructor in thc Wahl-Hcniuistitute of Fcr- JJB ' U jMf
The Brown Bottle is not a fad. juse by &chlitz I :i W WL
is based on scientific principles. j iBiSlK 9
The first Schlitz was brewed in a hoover sixty fikM0iMK p3 S
years ago. Now our agencies dot thcirth. Our fSSV Wi 'WL
output exceeds a million barrels a year.J wlmjSmi N! 9
hy cn't Sclitzy beer. '
CONDITION OF BUTTE
AND ELY TERRITORY
In a review of Kly conditions In the
expositor. y. V. llulsc has the follow
ing to say in regard to the Uutlo & 12 1 v
"Company is capitalized for 500.000
shares par value 55. all Issued. Con
trol held by Glroux. The property has
been well developed and by ehurii drill
ing there Is known to exist a large bodv
?uSlPMIt--ru- fl,e.sa'' as the Liberty
Pit of the Nevada Consolidated, and the
.Nevada Consolidated has made arrange
ments to buy this, ore from the Butto &
Ely. They will ,ake ,hls 0ltl along wih
tlicir own ore from the same pit. as it
ol-o bodv a" c'xll:l,si0I, r l'iberlyj
. '"J;iu'l "company has 5210.000 cash on
hand, but Iniiitnuch as the Glroux owns
control of thc- stock, traders have f,"t
f.f tlu?ush 11 0,,.,,, bc f,,I,-v ake" over
In the course of time. Therefore. It has
mi ,,e,c"w'.t vr' aevo trader. Present
7o cents. l-j5, for 1912. S1.25
low, o0 cents.
hew York Mtniiig Stocks,
.lames -. Pollock & Co.. bankers and
brokers, turnish th9 following, received
noon C privatc w5,c yesterday afler-
X12W YORK LISTED STOCKS.
I Sales.' H. ,. Clse
Chiiio Ooppiir j 10.500 -12j 1111
Gold Hold Con -.MO 2jl 'i W
Nevada Con i noil isi' i$t ic.
nay Consolidated ...I S U o' lk
'Jcnnessec Copper ..I 500 ;:.ri yia
Ltah Copper , 7 "oo. -.ill -i r n
Inspiration Cun iJOo1 iur Viit1
.Studebaker Con i - IVi .'.!?
Out. Pllvrr ,'.'.'.'.'." "1 "m:
XI5W YORK C!LHI3 nA!vf:w" '
' balos.l n, ; L, (CKP
1' rst Nat. Copper.. . I "I oi
Glroux Con ynn ? T,J .-.
Yukon Gold S2
Ohio Copper ( 'VJo w "m
New KoyKtonc ! nn' .,"
South Clah ...I "3 'j -n
.Mason Valley !.. ?i 7t 1
Dnulcn Copper I :;',i'oo ? cfi gi
Ely Consolidated ... 1 000 ill igf
Kerr Lake 00 2? 'A
Belmont j l00l c Sf
Tonopah ....J .?
A1;"" I joool m Vqz ,Si
-W YORK CURB CLOSE.
I Bid. !Askcd.
JMy Coniiolldated is uTTZ 777"
Mm Xajlonul Copper 2.'oo' "-,o
Glroux Consolidated " "71 "?,
Yukon Gold ij-j,'!
New Keystone 'nn
Ohio coppor ; -;o,
Ray Central "2, i12:
Ul Kobe " o'r.,?
South Utah 10? i1:.
British Col. Copper '' lof)
Bay State Gas........ . lrV, J-2
Bradon Coppor " s"c"J
Vason Vallev S'M !
tfi.mx Contolldaled i i n-
Iron Blossom '."'." t'-st
Causa 1 X'H
SECRETARY FIsIr ON
The Mining and Iingln- AVorld of
- v ':iffC,i.rd,trur,un-v .llowlnS to
sa in it Januan II itv-
mnM,V,i,m,t, by tt',ar1 imvc told
n o that ymi know nothbfof the con
ditions In the mining s&; t, "u v"
you have never tried a jy,,- caso 1
UWrX ,r'V "' y,U ho mcan
ng and you say you dofot Doesn't
that prove your Incompettio1-
The above e.ctnl l'roi)rin,V-Hshtnton
press dispatch appearing i nSt
o a icporled Interview Vrvcc. pocre
lary 0f the Interior Wn L m&L
and an -Mizona I nltc.I C3 senator
The interview was broS about : hv
I the senator' protest ovor? cP1"t ru -ng
of tho secretary thtShe could
be no prospecting for valffiS mine T-tls
as pnictlccd for more tha, "" ar"er of
a century; that the hunTt cov'
shafts" thC SUr,acC a" ilnk'aw
follows; Sliver, fi34e: 35;: j
Take the "direct roajy to bc.lIth
and strcxiRth by using M FJa
Pills for backache, rhcu5gam .eak
sore kiducys and bladdorgj,,.
Eacb ingrcdiout is Hioscfe; its posi;
tivc licnhu. and curative jjti... Fo.
Icy Kidaev PiUa are thu fa mcaicino
you can Mny for lcidneyga ba(dcr
troubles. Mm. J. W. m
&u .ays: -1 tookFoIo, 'Pils
and they entirely cured mfeScu?axnm.
Johasoa, DruKa, "tho aU.SBbfltitu.
tors, nvp (v) ood storc
"Hion a cure is iruataifA i c n
curable pains and diseaBcj'L u0
name, arisiuR from natunKl1'!5 01
A $2 bottle of OIL OF ffip'.on,
pie 75 cents) rolases, opeSf sa"
lays pain, dissolves andte3' Jn
uceratcd tumor, onlaiVcSg"sf tZ
Rland, goiter or othr fald lgfl
galhurinKs of tho cxLonial C 1 P 1
A nottlo of SWEET ?p prmq
EDEN (sample 41) will 1" 0
blood, rostoro vitality liK?, tT
parts; refrulatcs livor, kidtifA l , wea,
and bowels. Cure chronic jS".4 01":ieh
disonJcrcd digestion, bickfiSi11?.10"'
hcadacho and ncrvoiia prc& blho
your druggist ha not i
receipt of price tbey will Sfe 5
to any address in the U. dli1"ercd
a LTPOJlNTA CO-OP tm, kt m
530 South West Temple. Lfi?. fi?'
Your first order is not ALL B
we want. Your FUTURE or- H
ders ure the ones we really H
depend upon. Appreciating H
that jrour continuous patron-19
age ds our greatest asset, we :jH
are able to 'give the utmost in 9
conl values, ;H
FISCHER -KITTLE I
COAL CO. I
L. K, Eeyuolde, Manager. 'H
277 So. Main. Phone Ex. fl
toectors flj I
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STOCKS, BONDS, G$N5,
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BANKERS AND BROKL
333-335 South Main Street (HBIdn.), 4
Salt Lake City.
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Duplex SysteniOiio Relay ttfv Tork
and Boston. I i
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