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f' Etlibllih.il 1861 W.P.KISER.Mjr.
I Henry jj
If 5 Brewing
II '5 Co.
I I I LAGER BEER & PORTER" S
f Special attention given to bottled
beer for family trade. Free
HI , delivery to ill parts of
'& ' the city.
iHI office: 2
j' ' S 74 E ST FIRST SOUTH J
m PHONE 218.
f seethes In tho hot stream that flows
M from tho lake- of fire. Tho man with
Mw, ideas may ltvo and learn in a land of
Hjn i perpetual advancement, whilo tho
H(jj moral leper dances, as ex-Senator
H Rawlins expressed It In a speech
Sjj in tho senate, "on tho burning marl
Kf , of hell." And if all this doesn't come
Hr to pass, what will it matter a century
Hf from now? As ono of Morgan's pirates
R said when mortally wounded, gazing
H into tho eyes of the men who, had done
H him to death:
Bf "Though life now Is pleasant and
Ht ' sweet to tho senso;
K j - We'll bo damnably mouldy a hundred
H; years honco."
1 AT THE RESORTS.
V ' Did you go out with tho N. G. U. to
Hi Lagoon Wednesday. Tho soldier boys
Hi i and their friends had a great time.
Hl The butchers aro going to glvo a
H barbecue at Saltair August 23rd.
H There will bo plenty of free beef for
Hi tho beef-caters of tho town.
K' -at &
H ' The Catholic state day was ono ot
H! the most pleasant features of tho week
Hj at beautiful Saltair. Evorybody, with-
H out exception, was bent on liming a
H good timo and got it.
Hj At Lagoon where tho flowers grow
B tho Y. M. C. A. will givo its first an-
HI! nual outing of tho sonson. Tho more
H' t,mn s,x hundred members of the or-
H: ganizatlon aro all working for the sue-
Hi cess of tho coming ovent.
HJ; .Hold's Military band has certainly
HI got tho crowds going to Liberty park.
HH The popularity of tho band has been
HHj amply demonstrated by tho multitude.
HH Tho plucky Provo lad who made tho
HI attemnt to win Dr. Carver's money
HJ, at Saltair, failed on a technicality
HJ' only. To all intents and purposes, ho
HH won out nnd is entitled to strut
HI around with a feather in his chapcau.
HH During tho rnco nights at tho Sau-
HH cer track, tho biko fans aro just as
HI joyously noisy as they were early in
HJ the season.
Hfl 'Cause why? Heagren and his
HH bunch of fast ones glvo a program par
m A musical feature at tho concerts at
H the Saucer track Is Bandmaster
m jHeld's cornet solos.
i At tho Utahna Park open air thea-
tre, "Now England's Folks," a rural
i drama, is proving a heavy drawing
card. Before and between acts van-
i devlllo turns add spico to the even-
i ing's entertainment.
j The G. A. It. will hold its nnnunl
; camp flro at Lagoon Monday, August
Tho Boston Consolidated Mining
company's properties, comprising
somo 400 acres, aro located in tho very
heart of Bingham's productive area,
being bounded on tho west by tho
Utah Consolidated mines and tho east
by tho United States and Utah Cop
per mines. This property presents
nn Ideal combination within Itself,
having two largo and entirely distinct
mines upon which to draw for its out
put. On tho west Is tho sulphide mlno
from which 300 tons of copper, gold
and silver bearing smelting ore Is be
ing dally drawn. This ore occurs In tho
limestone In huge deposits, somo be
ing 200 feet long. 1C0 feet wide and
120 feet' thick. Tho majority of tho
ore is entirely In tho limestone but
somo on tho limestone and quartzito
contact. This samo limestone runs
westerly Into tho Utah Consolidated
property, and there nlso Is productive
of similar deposits as occur in tho
Those oro bodies are so large that
the square set system of mining is
used entirely, for it would be impos
sible to open up tho ground safely
without replacing tho cavities caused
by removing 9,000 tons of ore per
month, with timber.
Tho oro is soft and easily mined,
each machlneman being able to break
twenty tons per shift. There aro no
shafts or winzes, tho property being
opened by four tunnelstho Work, Pea
body nnd Armstrong No. 1 and the
Armstrong No. 2. Tho three first are
all in tho ore, and tho last is being
driven to get under tho deposits. Min
ing now Is only caried on in the upper
two, whero It falls by gravity to tho
Armstrong No. 1, being taken out by
electric motors to tho oro bins, which
aro on tho tracks of tho Copper Belt
railroad, a branch road of the Rio
Grande Western. The company has
no smelter of its own, as competition
Is so keen among tho valley smelters
that tho establishment of another
smelter would be poor business policy.
As an Instance of cheap mining, this
property affords a striking example,
as Its total cost Is about ?1.35 per ton.
Besides tho sulphide mine with its
1,450,000 tons, which was tho last ex
pert examination report this company
has what Is conceded by all tho larg
est copper mine In Utah, If not In the
country, In Its low-grndo copper-bearing
porphyry. For years this has
been considered a most valuable as
set', but not until tho Utah Copper
company had demonstrated tho suc
cess of treating this oro did the com
pany take active stops in developing
tho porphyry. This company has tho
largest area of this ore, and also the
greatest tonnage duo to tho elevation
obtained. There aro now nine tunnels
piercing this high dyke of mineralized
porphyry at various points.
An Ideal mill location has been ob
tained on tho borders of Utah Lake,
whero nn abundance of water Is avail
able, tho preliminary lino of tho
railroad Is completed and bids for
contracts will bo received within a
month. Tho plans for a 5,000 ton daily
capacity mill aro now being rushed
and will bo complete In sixty days.
The ofilcors aro: S. Nowhouse, presi
dent; L. Hanchett, general manager;
L. T. Cates, mine manager; A. J.
Botts, mill manager.
Tills company Is no producing be
tween 5.000,000 and 0,000,000 pounds
copper from its sulphide mine, and
with tho completion of its concentra
tion mills its production will exceed
25,000,000 pounds of copper learly.
Jolly May Irwin, who Is just' now
convulsing Omaha with her funny
mannerisms and quiet wit, is booked
for August 24-25th at the Salt Lake
theatre. May Irwin Is considered ono
of tho greatest drawing cards by east
ern managers and Mr. Pypor Is on
titled to great credit In getting her
for his show house.
The vehicle in which Miss Irwin Is
riding to famo is a ruber-tired comedy
entitled "Mrs. Black Is Back," and Is
said to supply tho laugh-provoking
comedienne with an abundance of
sparkling wit and humor.
Tho compiny surrounding Miss Ir-'
win Is almost entirely the samo, which
reeclvcd the high praises of the met
ropolitan press during tho past season.
This also applies to costumes and
scenic environment, so that Salt' Lak
ers will see a New York production In
tho full theatric sense of tho word.
Tho Orpheum theatro Is slowly raU
ing Its cream colored walls heaven
ward. According to tho announced
schedule, this house was to bo open
on Labor Day, but tho present prog
ress of tho building will retard the
opening considerably beyond that
time. There is a certain amount of
opinion which persists in believing
that tho new house will nccommodats
the "Independents" whenever they
look this way for a Salt Lake booking.
If this be so and why not? Blanche
Bates, Mrs. Fiske, Mme. Bernhardt.
Mrs. Leslie Carter, Henry Miller, nnd
other stars of like magnitude, may
hnvo a chance to scintillate in tho Or
Ono week from tonight the now
Lyric theatro will ring up its curtain
for a forty weeks' run of burelsquo
and mu3ical comedy. The shows now
booked for tho Lyric will be a decided
innovation in local amusements. Here
tofore these shows have passed us up.
jumping directly from the east to the
big cities on tho coast.
All the shows to bo seen at tho
Lyric will be bright, snappy, and gin
gery with pretty clrls galore. The
dreams of the baldheads will bo fully
realized perhaps, more so.
A week from tonight tho newly
named Lyric will open with Drew and
Campbell's "Colonial Belles," with a
bevy of breezy girls crowding the
stage. Other companies to follow are:
"William's Ideals," "Kentucky Belles."
"Merry Walters," "Dainty Paree
Girls.' "Bowery Gaiety GlrR" "Thor
ouchbreds," Miner's "Bohemians,"
"Jolly Gra3s Widows," and other
shows equally warm.
Tho house will glvo three matinees
a week, while tho night and day prices
will bo on tho popular scale. Keep
your oves on the now Lyric; It will be
. & &
Tho Grand theatro will open Sep
tember 4th with tho Curtis Musical
Comedy company In "Tho Broilers"
said to bo a warm show.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Nesbitt are vis
iting V. S. Peet of this city. Mr. Nes
bitt, a former Ponnsylvanian, Is now
a merchant at Toknmah, Neb. Ho will
visit Bear River Valley and different
points of Utah and Idaho with a view
of locating. If ho remains with V. S.
Peet long he will not locate outside
of Bear River Valloy.
Netting 6 per cent to the Investor.
Secured by Real Estate.
SALT LAKE SECURITY & TRUST
Write for List.
One of the Puzzles. I
Even a modest young girl thinks it I
strange 'that a man doesn't understand 1
all tho queer clothes a woman wears
Yet tho average man who hns boen I
marled forty years, and who has had I
ever so many female relatives, usu- I
ally can not describe a woman's ral- n
ment to save his lite. Ho would
rather undertake to build a truss
bridge than to dress the baby. ua
would bo deeply offended if anyoro
called him dull, yet these small things I
are apparently quite beyond his com-
prehension. The Tarth.
A Special Sale of u
-cliool children lixo hundreds of lliuid- I
kerchiefs ! tho wonder is whero do they 1
o? ki parents wiini a koocI llm dlterclilef J
clieup: wo liuvo them on sulo this neck, V
CHILDREN'S COLORED BORD- I
The 3 1 -3c grades at 2c each tt
The 5c grades at 3 1 -3c each I
The 7 1 -2c grades at 5c each I
The ICc grades at 6 1-4ceach Jj
White Hemstitched Handkerchiefs.
Best 5c grade the sale price... 3 l-3c l
Good I Oc grade fine soft fiinish II
at 5c jl
Pure Linen. 1 5c Handkerchiefs II
on. sale at... IOc II
A large variety of fancy embroi- M
dered and hems itched Handkerchiefs tjf
up to 20c alucs on sale at 10c H
CUT RATES EAST I
Kemeniher tlmt I mil selling cast
hound xcnrion tlohotsat I
Breiitl. rfdncpd rates. Low n
riitostn hII points enst. H
Truvol now while K
ticliets aroehenp. I
OROHHl L'S TICKET OFFICR II
221 Alain Street. Established 17 Years
As nutritious as any English Port
ers or Malt Tonics, and a
Krug's "Extra Pale"
Light, nnd mild, pnlatablo, and
appropriate on all
Either of the above brands deliv- '
ered in any part of the city.
The Old Resort
276 So. Main St.
ADAM SNYDER, Proprietor.