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ii DO NOT INCREASE
I THE TAOURDEHS
Mines of Utah Are Paying
Their Full Share Under
INTENT OF NEW BILL
Can Only Unjustly Increase
' Difficulty of Mining in
Mining men of Utah continue to discuss
I the bill now pendln? before tho loslsla-
I ture, the bill regulating the taxation of
J mines, as. they reallzo the Intent of tho
I bill and tho certain result of Ita passage
J Is tho unjust Increase of tho existing tax
I burden. Mining men feel that not only
is tills Important Industry of the state
threatened with Injustice as an Industry,
hut that tho interests of the many thou
J sands of shareholders in tho state aro
I also involved, and they want to sea the
I proposed bill completely rejected.
One of the loudest complaints hoard
j these days In Utah Is that the mining in-
I duKtrv Is experiencing the most severe
era o"f hard times in tho history of the
j tate- The programmo of conservation
J at the hands of the eastern devotees, ald-
I cd by the rulings of tho department of
I the Interior, has thrown so many unfair
I hurdons upon tho developer of new mines
I und new camp3 that the hills of the state
I are bare of prospectors, and no new mines
I are being developed to tnke tho place In
the future of thoso now producing, al
though thero unquestionably are sections
of tho state certain to open In time great
I new mineral resources to sustain tho pres
tige of Utah as a metal producing oom
Simply Increases Taxes.
I To pile further burdens not only upon
the present oro producers, but on the
ones to come, by increasing tho taxes and
by removing from the legitimate Hems
J of expense tho factors that combine to
J produce net proceeds, Is to further retard
the development of the Utah mining in
dustry, and the only purpose of tho pro
posed bill Is to increase the tax burden
on the mines without relieving any other
character of property within the stuto
Colorado some time ago became so
alarmed at the lack of mine development
and discovery in the state aa to organize
for tho purpose of not only financing now
prospecting enterprises, but to reward
thoso bringing m:w producers to light.
States as well as the national govern
ment do more for other essential Indus
tries of the nation, such as agriculture,
In a woek than they do for tho mines In a
year. Mining is a exact a business as
any other line of human endeavor, and
the world evidently has looked -upon
mining as one industry amply able to
take care of Itself and to bear up under
burdens that would wreck any other
Mines Pay Their Share.
Utah annually produces close to $43.
000,000 wdrth of imitate, less than $10,
000,000 of which Is paid out as dividends.
Tho balance goes to the men employed,
to the rallroudn. smelters, machinery
sinus for supplies and equipment, to tho
state for taxes, for insurance, to coal
ndnes and electrical companies and to tho
farmer for his producd. It takes large
capital to open a large mine, and largo
capital venturos where tho chaneos for
vewards arc favorable. Onco let the con
viction get out that tho state of Utah Is
heaping nil tho burdens upon tho Indus
try that the patience or helplessness of
the people will endure, and capital will
refuse to enter the state, going whore all
the burdens are more evenly divided,
among all industries.
It is asserted with reason that tho
mines of Utah do stand their Just pro
portion of taxes. They pay undor the con
stitution upon net proceeds, as is only
Just and proper for thero can be no other
criterion of success, and thoy are entitled
to each and every legitimate item of ex
pense necessary in reaching the net pro
I LEAD KING MARKETS
ANOTHER RICH CAR
About Iho highest grade lead ore that
reaches the Salt Lake smelters is that
produced by the Lead King propertv of
white Pine county. Nevada, an onter-
prise owned and operated by well known
Utah Interests. This company has Just
.sold another car of rich lead ore of twenty-three
tons, the ore assaying 69,55 per
cent lead and threo ounces silver. This
ore misses by a very small fraction of
equaling tho last shipment which ran 70
per cent lead. For the lot the company
received from the smelter $1030.
Superintendent A. B. Colwell writes tho
local officials that ho hns sent the new
drift in under tho oro in the stope. and
that ho will have from six to seven feet
of this rich material to mine for futuro
I BUTTE CENTRAL IS '
NOW MILLING ORE
The new 11'5-ton concentrator of tho
Butte Central Copper company Is now
starting operations at Butte. lt Is ex
pected that ii recovery of fullv S5 per
cent will be made from the silver-gold
. ores of that district. Tho ore will rc
colve double concentration, after which
tailings from the concentrates will be
cyanlded. Tho management claims that It
has enough high grade oro with which
to feed tho mill until additional units aro
installed, and expects to put the propertv
on an earning basis of 51000 a day forth
with. A number of engineers have vis
ited the various levels of the mine re
cently and say tho showing of ore re
eervc la iarger than that of any other
mine in Bnttft down to the 500 level.
H HALIFAX IS MAKING
TOWARD THE BELMONT
Trk ?l tho ,H"Hfax Tonopnu Is now
restricted, on tho HOO-foot level, to the
north cro&scut near the Belmont line, in
i ! ,exc,e,lcnt Progress Is cblng made in
CrosKcutting in the big vein on the
continued ICVCl hu ben tcninorary
Sinking pn tho main shaft contlnur-s to
L500tl P;13" and it has now
Miner feet Tonopah
San Francisco Oil Stocks.
James A. Pollock & Co., bankers and
broken-, furnish the follow,- r,.o0.ved
over their private wire yoKtorday'aftcr-
I Bid. Asked.
fl Illinois Crude J $ .03
Monte Cristo .75 ...
New Pennsylvania 50
Palmer 10 ...
Bauer Dough 1.35
T.VK. Oil 2.221 '.
Th metal quotations for Wednesday,
posted by Mr.CorniOk & Co.. worn as fnl
lows: Silver, 62c: lead, $4.35; copper,
NEW MILL PROCESS
IS GIN A TRIAL
Inspiration Company to Leave
Nothing Undone to Gain
Tho statement that the Inspiration
Consolidation officials arc making some
experimental tests with the new concen
trating process utilised at the Braden
property with such success is received
with considerable Interest by western
shareholders. "While the Inspiration com
pany Is a good way off from copper pro
duction, there is no question but what
tho management will have at Us disposal
an ideal condition of affairs above and
below ground when the production day
arrives and the company will have the
bonetlt of the experience and mistakes of
all porphyry propositions to guide or warn
it in Its own case.
The Inspiration will be the last of tho
half dozen so-called porphyry copper pro
positions to enter the production list
which were developed through the suc
cess of the Utah Copper and Nevada
Consolidated companies in treating grades
of ore theretofore considered worthless.
The Inspiration Is an interesting proposi
tion also fram the fact that It was the
first of the porphyry properties to be
taken over by the Amalgamated Copper
.Everything at the Inspiration property
is belnr conducted along tho lines of
permanency and efficiency. The two hip
working shafts are being protected for all
time by the use of reinforced concrete
and the two shafts arc no arranged In
connection with tho large mileage of un
derground workings as to admit of opera
tions In cither shaft should the other be
out of commission, thereby assuring con
tinuous operation. The management at
the present time Is doing an enormous
amount of underground development
work In order to have the ore deposit
honeycombed for production when the
concentrating plant is ready for work,
The Inspiration has other advantages,
amonc them being an ideal sort of ore for
concentration, assuring a high recovery
of values and the production of an ex
tremely high-grade concentrate. It holds
at this time one of the largest tonnages
of developed oro among tho largest of the
COPPER ISSUES ARE
BEING BOUGHT IN
. James A. Pollock & Co.. bankers and
brokers, furnish the following, received
over their private wire yesterdav after
noon: Paine. "Webber Co.r- Boston The low
level reached by the coppers yesterday
attracted considerable buying today and
the whole list was steady all through the
session. In some of the specialties the
buying was aggressive nnd resulted In 1
to 4 -point rallies. Granbv was the
leader, closing at 5044, up 4J points
Boyalo closed at 25 bid and North Butte
at 25 bid. up 1 point. Lake also
showed decided strength with a rally of
2 points-. The coppers are selling at
bargain prices and should be steadily
picked up on anv reaction.
Logan &, Bryan. New York The stock
nmrket in the afternoon developed some
strength as a conspouencc of the more
favorable tenor of Mexican advices and
tho hopofnl reports from TSurono relative
to the Tuko-Balknn situation. It was said
quite authorltatlvelv that Austria had ar
ranged with the Rothschilds for a loan
of substantial proportion, which was
taken to lndlcato that th difficulty be
tween Rnpsla and Austria was not as
acute as has been the trencral Imnrcssion.
Tt wnsr also argued that conditions on
the continent as a whole must havo Im
proved trroatly or else the banking cle
ment would not have been willing to en
tor Into new engagements nt this period.
The rally in tho stock market appeared
to hnvr, resulted primarily from short
covering, as a goodly portion of tho
Tircssuro recently h"? omanated from pro
fessional sources'. 'Whllo there waa a con
tinuance of liquidation In selected issues
it peemcd, however, that the same had at
lent temporarily run Its course.
The outlook, ns a whole, while ad
mittedly Furecst!ve of a oonffcrvntlve at
titude Insofar an the stock market In
roncern4'!, does not appear to hold forth
thf. realization of the dire forphodtnef
Hrculnted by th element committed I"
the fall In quoted values. Tn fact. U
would annpfr thnt pessimism has been
carried to the extreme.
Boston Mlnintr Stooks.
James A. Pollock d- Co., bankers and
brokers, furnish the following, received
over their private wire yesterday after
noon: BOSTON COPPER RANGE.
I Sales. H. L. Clse
Algomah ( 1 1 1
Butto & Balak 3 21 3
Butte & Superior.... 2.0C5 S3 3l 32
Calumet & Arizona. . 1,147 60S 50a 6fti
Chief Con 400 111 IB IP.
Copper Rango S01 ' 431 42i 42$
Daly West 4 35 -1
Davis Daly 5G5 H lh U
East Butte 190 12 13i 113
Giroux Con- 920 2fi 28 2R
Granby Con 075 59s 55 59 J
Greene Cananea ... 1.242 73 71 73
Hancock 380 ISi 16J 18J
Indiana Copncr .... 595 11 11 11
Inspiration Con 151 158 158
Luke Copper .. 2,145 14 12 II
Ia Rose 3 21 3
Mason Valley J S 73 S
Nevada Con. ........ 35 101 1C lfij
Michigan-Utah - ...I 100 43 4?." 43
Niplssing 340 8J SI 8?.
North Butto 2,970 25 244 25
North Lake 1RT ii 11 lj
Ray Con J 310 17 168 17
Superior & Boston... 335 2J 29 2g
Trinity 120 4 4 4
U. S. Smelter, com.. 690 39 3SJ 3SJ
Preferred 71 48 48 48
Utah Con ..I 120 9 9 9
Pond Creek 1 015 225 Z2j 22k
BOSTON CURB CLOSE.
I Bid. lAsked.
Alaska . 513.75 !$14.00
American Zinc 29.1211 29.37)1
Arcadian . l.S7( 2.00
Begole . 1.25" 1.75
Bingham Mines 4.00 4.25
Boston Ely 70 .75
Bohemia . 2.00 2,25
Butte & London .2S .29
Butte Central 7.50 7.75
Calaveraa 2.95 3.00
Eaglo & Blue Bell 99 1.00
Greene 7.623 7.S7
Helvetia , 75
Hoton Copper -J .00 4.25
Kerr Lake , 3.25 3.37J
Kowcenaw 2.75 3.00
Massachusetts 4.50 5.00
Mayflower 9.00 9.25
Majestic 42 .44
Michigan 1.25 2.00
Miami 21.75 22.00
Nevada Douglas 2.2J 2.75
Ohio Coppor .- 72 .73
Ojibway 2.00 2.50
Oncco i.'.Ti 1,50
Old Colony i..'. . l,S7ll 5,00
Pond Creek 22.50 22,75
Shannon 10.75 11.00
Stewart ;.. 1.45 1.50
South Lako C.00 6.25
South Utah I .25 ..15
:S. V. Miami I 3.25 2.50
J Tuolumne .1 2.75 2 875
Utah Apex j 1.75 I 2.00"
Victoria 1.50 1.S7J
"Winona I 2.50 I '3.00
Wyandot .75 ) l.QQ
The Utah Ore Sumpllng company on
V.)dni:.sduy released spvon cars of ore
from Utah mining camps.
Ore and Bullion.
The ore and bullion report for "Wed
nesday, giver, by McCornick Sc. Co.. was
?. follows Ore received. $12,000: bullion
j shipped. 5120,000; total, 5132,000.
10 HAS MIGHT TO
Colorado Decision -Denies the
Right of Directors to En
The leasing system In mining has been
productive of splendid results In moro
than one district," and It frequently Is
pointed to as the solution of difficulties
of a company lacking funds to do Us
own work. But an Interesting question
has been raised In Colorado over the
rlghL of thc directors lo let a lease upon
the property without the express consent
of tho stockholders. There has been a
decision rendered which holds that iho
directors have not tho right to negotiate
leases without such consent, for a lease
constitutes an encumbrance upon the
property and only shareholders have the
right to encumber their property.
Mow fan this Colorado decision can af
fect Utah and Nevada companies is not
definitely known, but thc general prac
tice has been for tho board of directors
to negotiate these leases. It Is an inter
esting question, and whllo It may never
arise In Utah, then again it may. It ap
pears that th directors of a Colorado
company leased the whole property for
a period of years and at terms which tho
stockholders did not consider equitable.
They brought suit to cancel tho lease
and they wore successful In their conten
tion. Leases in Utah ordinarily are confined
to certain small blocks of ground with a
graduated royalty, according to tho
grades of ore producod, usually contain
ing a clause that thc owning company
can cancel tho lease under given condi
tions before tho expiration of tho samo.
As a general rule there should be no
question but what the courts would can
cel a lease made by tho directors should
the shareholders show that such a con
tract was against their Interests. Espe
cially if tho articles of Incorporation do
not give tlio directors the right to nego
BOOM NEVADA CAMP
WAS JUST ABOUT DUE
Some seelt to explain the psychology of
thc boom at Rochester 'by the fact that
a boom Is expected over so often in Ne
vada, and that tho crowds would have
flocked In regardless of where thc camp
may have been located. A boom Is not
such a bad thing all ln all, for each
boom ordinarily brings at least ono good
mlno to view, tho Injury and danger be
ing entirely in tho number of fako com
panies floated upon the public on the
strength of thc showing of the one prom
Whllo a great many Rochester visitors
believe there will be considerable disap
pointment there, In that many of the flo
tations will not be successful, they point
out that the Humboldt range is splen
didly mineralized and that the over
flow from Rochester should cover the
surrounding country and demonstrate its
possibilities as could not otherwise have
been the case.
Nevadas in San Francisco,
.lames A. Pollock & Co., bankers and
brokers, furnish the following, roceived
over their prlvato wire yesterday aftcr
noon: I Bid. lAsked.
Gold field district
Atlanta $ .15 5 .10
Bluo Bull 04 .05
C. O. D Ofi .07
Combination Fraction 05 .06
Daisy .,. 04
DJamondfield B. B 03 .04
Goldfiold Consolidated ... 2.15 2.271
Jumbo Extension .31 .33
Lono Star 03 .01
Mergor Mines 27 .28
Oro .07 .08
Silver Pick Consolidated 06
Yellow Tiger 02 .03
Big Four I ,8S I
Dexter Union 03
Gold Wedge 10
Manhattan Consolidated . .06 .07
White Caps 10
Consolidated Virginia ....) .25 .26'
Halo and Norcross 05
Ophir 25 .26
Sierra Nevada 12 .13
Boston 01 .02
Cash Boy 09
Gypsy Queen 03
Jim Butler 72
Tonopa.h Merger 0 .80 .81
Midway 44 .45
Monarch Pitts. Extension. .14 .15
Montana 1.521 ;
Mlzpah Extension I .50
MacNamara .19 .20
North Star 20 .22 I
Rescue Eula 10 .12
Tonopah Extension 1.75 ...
West End 1.30 1.321
Pittsburg Silver Peak 63
Nevada Hills 1 .15 1.171
New York Mining Stocks.
James A- Pollock & Co.. bankcro and
brokers, furnish the following, received
over their private wlro yesterday after
noon: NEW YORK LISTED STOCKS.
I Salos.l II. I L. IClse
Chlno . 5.200 3S1 374 384
Ooldfleld Con 900 21 21 21
Nevada Con 1,300 16i 161 16
Ray Con 5,100 17 16$ 16
Tenn. Copper 1,500 36 33 36
Miami Copper ...... 1,500 221 22fl 221
Utah Copper 4,400 5U 50 511
Inspiration .1 1,300 16i 155 151
Studebaker Com. ... 200 291 29 291
Ontario Silver 200 2j 21 2-j
NEW YORK CURB RANGE.
I Sales.l H. L. IClse
First Nat. Copper 2 12 2
Giroux Con 600 21 23 2J
Yukon Gold 3J , 3
Ohio Copper 300 2 B 3
Now Keystone 200 18 is iS
South Utah g j
Maeon Valley S 71 8
Braden Coppor 3.000 88 Si Si
Ely Con 1.200 12c 12c 12c
Nevada Hills ,. 100 IS H 14
Kerr Lake 300 31 3 31
Belmont 600 75 71 7J
Tonopah . c 5Z C
Alaska 2.300 14g 13; 13j
NEW YORK CURB CLOSE.
I Bid. lAsked.
Ely Consolidated 1$ .11 .13
First National Copper ... 1.75 2.00
Giroux Consolidated 2. 621 2 75
Yukon Gold 3100 3.12J
New Keystone 1.50 1.621
Nlplsslng. S.C21 8.871
Ohio Copper 55 .75
Ray Cantral 2.37 .,
La Rode 2.95 3.00
South Utah 25 .37
British Col. Copper 3.75 4.00
Bay State Gas. .371 .50
Braden S.121 8.25
Maon Valley 7.50 8.00
Sioux Consolidated ....... .04 .07
Colorado 14 ,18
Iron Blossom 1.25 1.33
Carlsa 05 .15
Nevada Hills 1.121 1.25
There will bo no call Saturday on the
Howard S. Stowe has returned from a
business trip into California, whero he
and local associates havo a copper mine
PiCE TIDE HfiS
1 ADVERSE EFFECT
An Interesting Story Going
the Rounds to Account
An interesting story is going thc rounds
that accounts to some extent for tho re
cent market weakness of the Prlnco Con
solidated Issue. It iw said that somo of
the Prlnco shareholders recently ex
changed some of this stock for that of
the Rochester company of Nevada. Thero
was no market for Rochester In Salt
Lake, but there has been an active mar
ket for tho Prince, and the word that
such exchange had been mado and that
thc Prince would bo put upon tho local
market reached tho ears of somo of tho
brokers, who did not lose any tlmo in
shorting the Prince stock.
Prlnco has been a very sensltivo issue
since the first of the year and it has
receded from $1.80 or better tp 60 cents
a share. Tho drop was so rapid that
much of tho marginal holdings were en
dangered, as the brokers were unable
to collect margins quick enough. Some of
the stock, therefore, became completely
submerged and had to be sold out, while
the advertising of thc fact that tho
stock secured in exchange for Rochester
was to be sold defeated the ends of thoso
who had exchanged.
It all Illustrates how seldom market
conditions reflect logical mine conditions.
Aa far as known tho property at Ploche
1b doing as well as ever from an ore pro
duction standpoint, and that tho property
holds out th0 same promise as of old is
rather convincingly demonstrated by tho
reluctance of the Knox Interests to lot
go their hold upon tho control.
A hungry broker and a talkative share
holder comprise a combination which or
dinarily Is difficult to beat.
NORTH STAR RESUMES
Repair work to the timbers and lining
of tho North Star shaft Is now nearing
completion and it Is expected that actual
mining operations will bo resumed to
morrow. .... , ,
On the 1250-foot level It Is intended to
continue sinking thc winzo on tho vein
to thc noxt level and then commence
drifting In both directions on tho ore.
Near tho shaft work will bo started on
the vein exposed on the 1050-foot level,
which has not yot been extensively pros
pected and crosscuts will bo started on
this levol and that abovo in an endeavor
to cut tho extension of some of the Mon
tana Tonopah veins. Tonopah Miner.
VERY LITTLE DOING
ON LOCAL EXCHANGE
' A glance at tho sales Wednesday on
thc local oxchange is sufficient proof of
tho fact that trading was narrow and
very dull. Only a very few of the nu
merous Issues listed enjoyed sales at all.
Thc business for tho day totaled 27,100
shares of stock, tho market valuo of
which was $4,086.
The following were thc closing trans
actions: UNLISTED STOCKS.
1 Bid. lAsked. 1 Sold For.
Rico Well . $ .34 $ .36 5 .36 (?5
Rico Argcn.. ... .25 .25 (S
Thomp-Q ... .211 .2,3 .21
Alta Con ... .30 .38
Ring Cen-S.. .081 .09
Ely Witch... .06 .07
Ploche King 05
I A.M. 1 P.M.
1 Bid. Askcd. Bid. Askcd.
BAdcTun..$ .09 1$ .0911$ -0S3 $ -09
Blng Amal 06 .041 .06
Black Jack. .10 .121 .10 .121
Cedar-T. .. .003 -01 .003 .01
Colo Mln... .15 .16 .15 .16
Ccl Con ... .10 10
Con Mer 10 10
Cr Point .. .021 .03 .021 .03
Daly 1. 00 1.30 1.00 1.00
Daly-J 6.00 6.45 6.00 6.45
Dragon 10 121
E Prlnco .. .01 .013 .01 .013
E Cr Pt 01 02
E Tin Con 01
E Tin Dev. 01
Emerald .. -01J .10 10
Gold Chain. .42 .43 .42 .43
Grand Cen. .75 .76 .75 .76
Indian Q .. 02 01
Iron Bios . 1.321 1.35 1.30 1.32
Iron 'King-. .01 .10 ' .02 .04
Joe Powers. .001 001
Keystone 20 20
King Will,. .06 .061 .06 .061
Lead King 07 I 07
Mil Tlntic a .01 I 01
Lion Hill . .023 .05 I .023 .05
Little Bell ,.l .35 ' .35
L Mam ... .04 I .0a 11 .04 .05
Musgrove ..I .08 I .15 I .08 .15
Mammoth I 1.00 I . 1.00
Mason V 8.50 I 7.50 S 50
May Day . . .15 I .16 .15 .16
Mln Flat .. .01 I .02 I .01 .02
Mt Lake -.1 .03 I .05 I .02 .05
Nov II .... 1.02M 1.1211 1.10 1.25
New York I I .0011 001
Ohio Cop ..I .63 .71 II .68 .71
Opohongo ,1 .05 I .0511) .05 .051
Plot-ho D .1 .02 I .03 I .02 .03
Ploche M .1 .0011 .01 I .001 .01
p--Idaho ...J I 1.25 1.25
Plutus . ..( .06 I .07 I .061 .07
Prince C ..j .53 I .61 I .60 .62
Rich & A.. I I .10 1 10
Rexall .. .01 I I .01 .011
Seven T .. .013! .05 .01J .06
S'KCoall..) 2.90 1 2.95 2.60 3.00
S K .Con.. 1 75 I 1.00
S Pacific ..I .01? 0111 .15
Sioux Con I .0331 .05MJ .031 .06
So I Bios.. I I .001 001
Swan Con . .01 .02 .01 .03
Tlntic C .. .001 .01 .005 .01
U Tlntic .. .003 .01 .003 .01
Uncle Sam 10 10
Utah Con . .011 .013 .011 .013
Union Chief .051 .053 .051 .06
Vic Con ..! .03 .05 .03 .01
Victoria C. .35 .60 .55 .60
Wllbcrt 0711 .0S1I .07 .09
Yank Con . .13 I .16 I .13 .15
Yer Cop ... .03 ! .10 I
Moscow ... I .40 II I .50
Nevada Hills. 500 at SI. 10.
Union Chief. 5300 at ic
Wilbcrt. 8000 at 8c
Shares sold, 14,000.
Selling value, $1,492.50.
Beck Tunnel. 500 at 9ic. .
Iron Blossom, 200 at $1,321; 500 at' $1.30
Prince Consolidated, 700 at 59c.
Sliver King Coalition, 200 at $2.90.
Shares sold. 2400.
Selling value, $2063.50.
Ohio Copper, 100 at 70c.
Opohongo. 1000 at 51c.
Union Chief, 1000 at 53c.
Shares sold. 2100.
Selling, value, JjlSO.
Plocho-Dcmljohn. S00O at 23c.
Shares sold, 8600.
Selling value. $350.
A heavy cold in the luurrs that was
expected to cure itsolf has been the
starling point in many cases of disease
that ended fatally, tfho eensible course
is lo take frequent doses of Ballard '3
Horchound Syrup. It checks tho
progTC6B of tho disorder and nssists na
ture to restore normal condition.-!.
Price 25c, S0c and $1.00 per boltlo.
Sold b' Scbramm-Johnson, Drugs, "The
N'over-Substittitors," Pivo (5) Good
action of Lidbf. '
This is the deliberate opinion of no less an mJ-fm,
authority than Philip Dreesbach, German ffljfiff j 5
expert and scientist in the Wahl-Henius Insti- j
tute of Fermentology. He says: 11 IB
"Beer acted upon by light soon fakes up the very disagreeable, jf ' j lllls1 -
so-called 'light taste,' and also a repulsive skunk-like odor. Beer ! ' f. I lm
so affected is offensive to tho palate of most consumers, and ; . iCrSak lWri
there is probably nothing that will Influence them more against IfwI'Ffa i
any brand of bottled beer than to have once tasted beer possess- tt)flh I P 1 1 jJZiV I
Ing this 'light taste' to n marked degree. The presence of this yjv jftlJiffi'ti $l
defect, however, is not always the bottler's fault, as the con- WilY&i lUzJW '
eumer himself very often lets the beer stand In the light. But "f.y fjljyf Jqj m
the consequences must usually be borne by the bottler." rjii! "
Schlitz is sold in Brown Bottles to protect its purity W' ?2
from the brewery to your glass. IS I
In our brewery we spend more in purity in time, Mill I h
in skill and in money than any other cost. llllffllll 1111111
Why don't you, too, demand the pure beer tMmt i
Schlitz in Brown Bottles ? I S
igi The first order is all gal
DSO we are anxious about S3S
BjD Through it we make you gg
SiS a pleased and ' permanent iSi
SQo coal user. BB
60AL GO. H
!p L. ,K. Reynolds, Mgr. gg
jfj ' 277 MAIN STREET. g
2s Phone Ex. 401. gig
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STOCKS, BONDS, GRAINS,
James A. Pollock & Co,
BANKERS AND DROKERS,
S33-335 South Main Street (Felt BldnO.
6alt Lako City.
Direct Prlvato Wlro to all Markets.
Duplex System One Relay to Mow Tori
Correspondents Jdembern All Exchanges.
Stocks Carried on Liberal Margins.
Speclullsta in Mountain States Telephone
IDrs. Zimmerman & Gindrup
DENTISTS, Inc.. 234 Main St. 1
Over Loyson'i. next to Royal Cafo. 1
Satisfied Patients "Our Motto" H
Gold Crowns. 22-K ,rT- iw tfTVtf I
Brldg. Work, bo.t 350UJ I
i'orcolaln Crowns. V" ws,' vjr g
6' of Tftoth (besrt) 57.00 1
Gold Fllllnjja 51.50 up I
Other Fllllns 25c. 75c and 51 M
12 Year' Perrona! Protoctlvo I
Free Examination and Advlca. 1
Tribune Want Ads Pull
j Silver-Filled TaMewaii!
50 DISCOUNT I B
I We aro discounting our lino of hlch-ffrade Bllvor-fllled ware. Thti
the highest grade of silver, and In order to close out wo aro selling lt
than cost. hi J.
Tills lino constats of spoons, knives and forks and other small pieces Iti
An opportunity that should not bo overlooked JSw,
J. F. BOES, Manufacturing Jewel
337 SO. MAIN. i ;
"WORN OUT9 Hil
fH Not Sick, Yet Har fr
Able to Work
"Woakncss" Is the cause of ma1, &i
row and suffering- than nil other &Wt &".
combined. I see the victims oi "!t c
order on every had't,laWo?ia hf "
blo andtlndiln5to0 blight M"
My treatment oures I,l90tra.fJWl.a -overcoming
and removing : the ....
dlnorders". It t1Ijv.n lln8w
Ikaffi-a Wealthy and ft
with all hln funotlona and PW'IW . .
H NOT A DOLLAU HOED BE PAID OTTIL BBNJF3fe--:
! My Practice Is Confined to the Followlna Dleonaes J?uM
I NERVOUS DEDILITY SKIN DISORDERS VARlCOSlMS'C
9 BLADDER TROUBLES HYDROCYSJlC TUMORS p1leAaNO FlWt "
I BLOOD POISON KIDNEY TROUBLES CLONIC DISCHW "
I NEURASTHENIA eW 'M'"'-..'
MEDICINE $1.00 to 5.00 PER COURSE. M"&i
EXPERT MEDIOAL EXAMINATION FREE! W".
I I do not "patch up." 1 cure to rtay oured. Do not do'oyv Uutrh'",,''
I me today. I dgnose by rxolu.lon. No ml.takw made, Conulir
t Examination froo. Urinal analysis free. rej5LE.,'
I I Buaranteo to euro dlflease. Just aa I nay I do, or rW no jWS
nuld to mo If I fall tho fault Is mlno. not yours. If you ofl
'State fViedical Co-fe