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II l-HE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1913, M
t l It JLV '
) I MINE COIiTMERSY "
I AM I Gfl BLYSETTLED
1 1 1 Marsh Mining Company Now
I I Out of Danger of Legal
i i Tie-up.
DISTRICT IS ACTIVE
t II 1 Coeur cFAlene Camps In-
j creasing Forces for Win
s' II j ter Work.
I fl fl ! Special to Tho Tribune.
I H; J ) WALLACE, Idaho, Nov. 3 Tho Marsh
;. f )! i Mining company, in -which, it is said,
' i 'I ' iTohn D. Ryan is a heavy stoekholdor,
j w ill was throatcnod last wook with a logal
3 J tio-up, -when Edward J. Carter asked for
j MM; an injunction in the suporior court of
i P'j'i Spokane to prevent 0. I. Cowcll, proaL
rSI?!ij( dent of the Marsh company, breaking
Iisa escrow agreement involving tho
transfor of Marsh stock valuod at $100,
000. Carter further charged that Cow
ell had failed to carry out his part, of
i an agreement to open up tho lower lov
ols or the property, which 1b located at
Burke. A temporary injunction was
granted upon the Cartor potltion, but
th court later dissolved tho injunction,
tho dissolution having beon brought
about, according to report, ty an agree
ment between tho parties to tho suit.
It is not known hero what the basis of
Bottlemont was, but it is bolievod that
a compromise, was effected which will
terminate tho trouble.
Marsh Is Busy.
A large crew of men is employed in
the Marsh, and n surface gang is "busy
putting outside work in condition for
tho winter months. Reports rocoivod
from the property stato that within the
tijil grade silver-lead ore has been oncoun
W tcred in tho west drift from tho now
ffijjjjj three-compartmont shaft on tho No. 4
Hjljl'1 lovol. Independent mining engineers.
831 who havo examined the mine in the last
sixty days, state that with the compar
atlvoly limited development it com
Smi pares favorably with many of tho best
iPiDlw producing properties in tho district. Re
cently the company acquired a number
of surrounding claimB. Bomo of which
include a portion of the Burke towu
eite, and it now owns practically all tho
ground between the original Marsh
group and the Hecla.
The now mill and other improvements
on the Nataional Copper property nour
Mullan aro rapidly nearing completion.
Both the mill and compressor are built
on concrete foundations and are fitted
with tho latest machinery throughout.
The work is going steadily ahead, and
unless unforeseen delays take place, all
will be in readiness for practical opera
tion by January 1. The mill is of 500
tons capacity and tho work nt tho mine
will be conducted on an extensive scale.
A tramway is also under course of con
struction, which will take tho oro from
tho bins in tho mino to tho mill and
thus the route will be kept open all win
ter. Near the mill "Several new bunk
houBea have been built, which will bo
needed to accommodate the many now
men that will be employed when opera
tions are fully begun, '
When tho installation of tho big new
Nordberg first motion, convertible air
hoist is completed at the Green Hill
Cleveland, a matter of but a few days
now, that property will again resume
operations and will contain one of the
most remarkable pieces of mining ma
chinery ever brought to tho Coeur
d'Alenos. The hoist, which is larger,
more powerful and more efficient than
that which it replaces, is of the latest
type manufactured by tho Nordberg
Brothers Machinory company of Mil
waukee. It is designed to work either
as a compressor or hoist, working in tho
former capacity when tho load de
scends, whilo in hoisting a portion of
the air thus comprossod is used in lift
ing the load. Tho work of installing
tho hoist is progressing rapidly under
tho personal direction of C. Victor
Nordborg, a member of tho firm, and a
noted engineer. The hoist is of a type
similar to that generally used now by
III the big copper companies in their deep
IjtU mining in Btitto, and will lift nine tons
JjS 3000 feet. Seven similar machines at
HW Butte are successfully in operation in
jfyt deep levels.
fflj Hector Is Great.
Hjj I At the rate of 150 foot a month, tho
iRpj Hoctor compan' is driving its main
HyM j crosscut tunnol for the big ledge which
mfl : it is expected will bo oncountorod at a
lift! ii ' distanco of about 4800 foot from th6
I' J tunnel portal. Tho crosscut is now in
a distance of S700 feot. When tho ledge
M: is cut a perpendicular depth of about
II 3500 feet undor the surface showings on
1 tho property will be gained. One prom-
S; ising vein has already beon out in driv-
Q iug the present tunnel, and upon this
ijj the company plans to do some exploru-
it tion work within a short time. The sec-
N end vein in tho property should be on-
j countered with any Tound of holes now,
I H i and if tho present rato of work is con-
; tinued the big vein should ho cut in
rjrt about four months. Tho companv has
awarded a contract for 100 foot of drift
b on tho .first ledge cut on tho proporty.
! ll Tho contract work will ho commenced
1fi at once. This ledge was cut about 3400
II'. 4 feet from tho tunnel portal and has a
IijJl'' width of about sixteen feet, with about
pi. 4 fourtcon inches of blb-grade, assays
J 1 j from which show as high as seventy
la I wo ounces E'lver to tho ton.
" j Snow Stops Work,
nil Having been forced by bad weather
!llSf to close down the property for the
v ', winter season, Dennis lieardon. super
s' J intondent of the Clearwntor Gold &
la Coppor Mining company, returned to
u K Wallace from the mine last week. Said
if g Mr. Reardon concerning tho property:
T ji Wo havo encountered bad weath
all' or, and thcro was somo snow when
II we were forced to come out, prob
jtpl ably for tho entire winter. The
U'Elt . mine is showing up satisfactorily
flpiji ns our work progresses, and wo are
fflijt very much encouraged. Wo havo
IK i cut through tho big fault which had
fj'j seriously interfered with our prog
EE) ress and have drifted in on tho
III i lodge about 130 feot farther, with
aii a steady improvement in the ore.
J J It is now about. 1600 feot to tho
n tjj faco of the tunnel. All of this dis
n9 1 tanco, except about 200 feet in
fiii from the portal, and the seventy
B , feet of faulted ground, has beon on
f the lodge, which is from ten to
g twlvc feet wide. The oro is a chal-
Operating in Nevada Ground
on Co-operative Plan
The Gold Hill, Nov., Gold Xllnln: com
pany of tho Lono Mountain district Is
financed by tho polloo and firo depart
raontfl of San Francisco. Tho company
held Its annual meeting laat Wcdnosday,
when tlio following officers wcro elected
for the ensulnc year: William T. Morse,
president; J. J. Carey, Eecrctary; Robert
Rlfslly, treasurer; 13. H. Aehton, superin
Theso men, with Captain Goodman 01
Ben, Charles Murray iind J3. M. Sllvo.v.
complete tho directorate. There Is not
a salaried mnn connected with tho com
pany, oven tho working force being wjl
llnK" to take their wages In atoclc. and
tho only money paid out is for trrub and
powder. Mcssra. Mooro und Casoy arc
connected with tho San Francisco po
llco department. Itlclly Is ono of tho
Immigration station staff. Murray is chief
of tho flro department and Mr. Silvoy 13
a merchant of tho Bay city.
An air compressor will bo installod and
the company will then proceed to find out
what the claims contain, if they have to
go to a depth of 1200 feet. Tho prop
erty is situated at Lone mountain,
twelve miles southwost of Tonopah, and
consists of twelve claims,, or 240 acres,
with a bunkhouse. cottage, black.smlth
shop, and 18-horse power hoist. These
men havo been diligently operating for
two years, but now tho company has
been Unancod for permanent and rapid
development that should prove the values
of a district that haa always been ono
of the popular location sections of Nye
county. The only iroublo thore has been
that most of (ho locators have done noth
ing more than their regular assessment
worlc and there is not a shaft or tunnel
in the district of sufficient capacity to
dlBclose the ledges in place. Tho Gold
Hill company Is solnc: to test the dis
trict in a practical way and the mem
bers feel assured that they will win out
under tho cruldanco of ' Suporlntendont
Ashton. who is familiar with ledge for
mations of that section.
The shaft 1b a double compartment,
which is down in rhyollto at a depth of
1150 feot, whoro aseays civo JH.flO, with
tho greater valuo in gold.
copyrite, somo assays of which have
run as high as 31 per cent coppor,
nlthough tho average will run from
8 to 10 per cent or possibly a trifle
A car of copper sulphide ore, tho first
to bo taken out sinco the resumption
of work on tho proporty, will soon be
shipped from tho Amador mino.
Tho shipment will consist of thirty
tons. A, lu Nicholson, secretary of
the company, returned lato last week
from the mine, whoro ho had been on
a tour of inspection. Ho brought with
him sovoral samples of ore takon from
tho upraise on tho 4.00 lovel, some of
which , assayed as high as 32 per cent
copper. Other shipments will follow at
tho rate of about two cars a weeki for
a few weeks, when it is expected the
mine will bo able to ship throo cars
weekly. The companv rocently spent
5000 repairing tho railroad, which runs
from a point noar Iron mountain to the
mino, and hns purchased a gasoline lo
comotivo and four soven-ton capacity
cars In which tho oro is haulod to the
Tho stockholders of tho Tusoombia
property hold their annual meeting last
evening in the office of A. C. Kerns.
Iom tho reports of tho various officers,
tho condition of the mine was shown to
be promising. It was decided to begin
work immediately, though as to wheth
er they would lot a contract or do their
own work was not determined.
The now crosscut on the Aurora
Sampson proporty, which adjoins the
H. E. M. on the east, is now in 180
feet and work nji tho property will be
continuod. through tho winter with an
increased force of men. Tho tunnol la
to be run a distance of about 8200 feet,
when it is expected to striko tho lodge.
Tho property consists of fourteen claims
upon which about 2100 feot of work
has been done. In tho upper tunnel an
ore shoot twenty-five feet long was un
covered in Burke auartzite. which is
believed to be on tho H. B. M. vein.
Tho values are in lead, the ore averag
ing about 10 per cent,
Tho Royal Copper Mining company of
this city has let a contract for the con
tinuation of tho lowor crosscut tunnel
on tho proporty. by which it is expect
ed within a distanco of 200 feet to
strike tho vein. The property Is locnt
od near Belknap. Mont., but tho stock
is owned by Wallace people. About
1200 feet of work is done on the prop
erty and the lower tunnol will cut the
vein at a depth of about 600 foot. In
the upper tunnel, when tho lead was cut
it rovealcd a largo body of ledgo matter
well mineralized, tho character of tho
oro being malachito and aznrlto. There
was so much waste, however, that it
was commercially unprofitable to con
tinue worb at that point and tho lower
tunnol was run with a vlow to cutting
a moro compact ore body.
Mason Is Active.
J. R. Mason, owner of the Mason mine
at Lono Mountain, which Is under a
leaso to tho Jly Consolidated company,
lias great faith In the mine's future, rays
the Elko Free Press. A shaft -f 00 or 500
feet Is to bo sunk and other big im
provements In the way of development
arc contemplated. Water mains have
boon laid and the camp is assured of a
plentiful supply of water. A big gas
engine Is being taken from Ely to Lono
Would Make Thorn Bettor If They Could
Tho makers of Foley Kidney Pills
know that they have absolutely tho
bost combination of curative and heal
ing medicines for kidney and bladder
ailments and urinary irregularities that
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PIKES PEAK IS IT
Report That Noted Mountain
Was Sinking Due to
Denvor dlspatohes stating Uiat recent
government surveys show that Pikes
peak ha3 sunk thirty-nine feet In tho
fust threo yeara aro easily oxplalnod.
Somebody has simply been comparing tho
exact altltudo of tho mountain, recently
determined by tho United States geolog
ical survey as 14,100 feot. with old rail
road or barometer figures of elevation.
As a matter of fact, to have como with
in forty feot of the actual elevation
shows a good job of surveying for the
early days whon Indians were plentiful
and instruments poor; for, nfter all.
thero Is no royal road of determining tho
altltudo of any- nolnt. It has to bo dono
today Just as It had 100 or 1000 years ago,
by a scries of sights from tho ocean
shore. To obtain the elevation of Pikes
peak means that surveyors have hod to
run levels all tho way from the Atlantic
ocean, or the Pacific, to tho top of tho
mountain. Thousands of sights had to
bo made. Of course, when the geological
survey about fivo years ago established
tho exact elevation of Pikes peak tho en
gineers did not start at the sea lovol;
they took tho nearest point to the peak
which had beon previously determined by
former surveys. When tho summit of the
peak was reached a bronze tablet with
tho following inscription was cemented
Into the rock:
TJ. S. geological survey, Georgo
Otis Smith, director. Pikes peak, lat
itude 38 degrees, 50 minutes, 26 sec
onds, longitude 105 degrees, 2 min
utes, 37 seconds, U. S. standard, ele
vation abovft sea 14,100 feot, 1903.
Thcro is but slight likelihood of the
altitude of this tablet changing within
Ihe lifetime of tho present generation, or
for that matter within the lifetime of
the Amorlcan republic, howevor long we
may expe'et It to endure, unless some
rollc hunter removes tho tablet, and In
such an event he will make himself liable
to a fine of $250.
The geological survey has published an
excellent engraved map known as tho
"Pikes Peak Special Map," which in
cludes Colorado Springs and the adja
cent country, covering an area of about
200 square miles, On this map Is shown
every physical detail of tho country and
tno oicvaiion not oniy oi .tunes peuti,
but of sooreB of neighboring mountains
ranging from 10,000 to 13,000 foet in
height. StreamB, lakes, roads, trails,
houses, etc, are also portrayed In their
exact relative positions. Tills fine map is
printed In threo colors and is sold by
the V. 8. geological survoy, "Washington,
D. C. for the nominal sum of 20 cents.
Sinking for Potash.
E. V. Gamble, head driller for tho Rail
road Valley company, left on tho Lund
stage this morning for Duckwator on
his way to Potash, tho company oamp
In the valley where search for potash
salts has beon conducted for several
year3, says the Ely, Nov., Mining Ex
positor. Six holos have been sunk by the com
pany without getting rosults, and a doubt
existed as to whether further search
would be mode at tho present tlmo or not.
It has been decided, according to Infor
mation received here, that tho seventh
hole will be put down. This hole will be
sont to tho bottom of tho gay-lusslto
deposit found In tho ounor holos, if possi
ble. In the sixth hole tho drill peno
trated tho gay-lusslto a depth of 105 feet,
and It is a matter of speculation as to
ho wmuch deeper it may ho. Previous
to tills find tho largest deposit of tho salt
in tho known world was that underlying
the eSarles lake and which is forty feet
Rich Placer Strike.
Nevada newspapers say that an im
portant placer strike has been made in
Copper canyon, near Battlo Mountain,
and a rush is on to tho new camp. It
Is said to be one of the rlchost placer
discoveries made in this state for years.
Christlanson and Dohl aro working
twenty-four men, and on the next claim
north Healy and Scott aro working four
men on pay dirt.
Noah Toubort and partners are working
five men and havo opon'ed up the chan
nel Bhowing values of $100 per yard.
Sheody and Williams, who have a lease
on the Guy Davis placer claim of Noah
Toubert & Co.. are working threo men
and have just struck the pay channel
and aro getting handsome roturns aver
aging close to $-10 por day to the man.
Dohl and Adams have two men sinking
to bedrock on tho Contour claim and
have a flno showing.
The camp looks like a repeater of tho
days of '-ID, with rockers running on
Travers and King have arrived In
camp and secured a five-year lease from
Noah Toubert & Co. on a lot 100x150,
and havo opened an up-to-date cafe and
Slegel at Work.
IT. L. Slegel has started work on the
May Queen group of mining claims In
the Schollbourno, Nev., district, and ex
poots to koep a forco at tho mines all
winter. " For the past two weeks six men
havo been employed at tho workings, and
the prospects for considerable activity
in this locality are good.
PLEY'S TEN MEN
TO DEVELOP ill
Property Opened Six Years
Ago by Butte Capital
IS SAID TO BE RICH
Railroad Into Mineral County
The Tonopah, Nov., Dally Eonanza of
Ia3t Thursday says that on Wednesday
V. D. Qualey, an old Butte operator, who
has been engaged In the western ond of
Mineral county for tho past six years,
developing a. coppor property, left for
hls claims this morning, accompanied by
ten men, whom he hired in Tonopah. Ho
wanted none but tho Dcst minors, who
could earn a full day'3 wago, and who
could bo relied on for good work, and ho
succocded last night in picking up a
forco that will secure tho best results,
In his estimation.
Is Busy District.
The story of Camp Qualey was recent
ly written in the Eonanza, but few read
ers realize what Is going on In that sec
tion of Mineral county. A talk with Mr.
Qualoy discloses the treasures of that
district, which, ho says, aro equal to tho
best prospects to bo found In any other
state. Of his own holdings he is not
saying much, preferring to go ahead
along conservative lines, as he Is not em
barrassed for money and 13 only Inter
ested In blocking out nough oro to guide
tho future of tho Excelsior Copper Moun
tain company. Whether thlH will lead to
tho oroction of an electrolytic plant, tho
construction of a railroad to cheapen tho
cost of transportation and dollver tho
ore to a smelter aro all matters for
further consideration. At present the
company has twenty men employed.
The oro is a highly desirable commod
ltv. ns it carries largo norcentage of
mngnetlto of iron and is wanted for flux
The claims of the Excelsior company
aro situated twenty-five miles from
.Thorno and eighteen miles southeast of
Hawthorne, but a railroad could bo
thrown Into the group from Dover, on
the Southern Pacific, causing a material
reduction in tho dlstanoo and without
encountering any costly engineering dif
ficulties. The principal work has been
dono through a shaft that la down 700
foot, and it Is expected that by tho
first of next April the company will
have tho oro blocked out so that a pol
icy of pormanont development may be
outlined. Included In tho equipment is a
25-drlll compressor plant. The group was
taken up six years ago, aftor an examin
ation by "W. W. Adams, export for Mar
cus Daly, and operations have boon con
tinued ever 3lnce without intermission.
Tramway a Certainty.
The Day-Bristol tramway is a sure
thing, and this Is evidenced by the pres
ence on the ground of F. O. Richmond,
house of Salt Lake, from whom the tram
equipment has beon purchased. "With
Mr. Richmond is a representative of the
manufacturers of the cable which Is to
span tho mountain between tho mines at
Bristol and a point near the present tor
minus of tho Ploche Pacific railroad at
It is understood that two cars of ma
chinery for the tramway and the Day
Bristol mines have arrived. Pioche Reo
Plenty of Gold.
Advices from Bridgeport, Cal., say that
news of a fabulous rich gold strike in
the Sonoma Pass section, fifteen miles
from Bridgeport, has been brought in by
prospectors and mining men. Tho dis
covery was made by Frank Conkllng, a
pioneer miner, together with Lee Woos
tor and T. B. Gambols, tho latter a met
allurgical enginoer. About ten tons of
rich rock has been extracted and Is
kept constantly under guard pending
shipment to tho smelters.
James A. Polio ck & Co.
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Salt Lake City.
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CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FnEE j i
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State Medical Co., 263 soth Main st. 1 1
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