THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNINS, MARCH 6, 1910.
1 1 Mines and Mining-Activities in Ore DistrigteofU
I KLONDIKE IBS
H Experienced Prospectors Hc-
H lievc Jarhidge Has Bright
I ALREADY 0X15 MURDER
INT NEW GOLD CAMP
H Companies Preparing for Ac-
H tive Development Work
H This Summer.
TWIN FALLS. Ida.. March p. Former
Klondike miners report llic discovery of
another rich section of Ihe Jarbidgc dls
trlct. ten miles cast of the Bourno lodge.
and nt Die extreme head of ihe oast fork
of Brnnonu river. That this result was
to follow the prospecting of the territory
1 east of Jarbidgc gulch has been a fore-
gone conclusion, in Ihe llpht of tho
knowledge gained bo far hy the nilnois
working In this region of such values,
alongside the numerous dykes which cut
through It from cast to west and Inter
sect contacts extending northwest to
southeast. Strikes of the Klondike
confirm the beliefs expressed by W. A.
Stevens, the California expert and first
technical man to visit Jarbidgc gulch Im
mediatolv following the discoveries made
1 by D. A. Bourne last fall. Stevens du-
1 dared then that Ihe trend of ibo dykes
was to t ho east, perhaps as much as
twenty miles, and throughout this area
there would be found ground equally as
promising for gold as the Jarbldgo itself.
Less than a. woek ago. B. F. Koblson
found, four miles south of what is known
H as Hoblson's Hole (whore he had mado
.several locations three months since.
H which are already attracting mauy pros-
1 pectors), a very rich red rock In the
H dvkes which cut the formation, and Is
1 similar In all respects to the samples of
1 S4000 on; left among tho assets of. tho
1 sheoptondcr. Jacob Islmm. whose loca-
' lions were never found until this winter.
1 Koblson here discovered the old shovel
that Islmm Is known to have worked
1 with, as well as other tools that he used.
These were cached in the dyke from
H which Koblson procured samples that
1 tally exactly with records of the sheep-
men who took charge of the elTccts ot
Isliam after he died, twenty years ago.
IUl)lson Is credited now by everybody re
I turning here, from Jarbidgc with having
H found the famous Lost Shcepherdcr s
H mines of southern Idaho, which if. how-
H ever. In northern Nevada, just about
seven miles south of tho state line. A
rush has started in that direction, not
only from Twin Falls, but Jarbidgc. also.
H Ledge Is Bonanza.
A few miles north of Robisou's Hole.
discoveries have attracted 200 to 30(1 pros
pertors within the last threw weeks, ami
this point Is also about ten miles north
east of Jarbidgc. The immediate vieln
Itv of the Lost Shccphcider's mine, now
I 1 disclosed as a bonanza ledge, standing
I about sixty feel high and forty in width.
I shows much gold fn Hie pannings. P.obl-
H son has not named the place, but is said
H to have hastened to Brimoau, where he
is holding conferences with men who had
' grubstaked him In. Samples of the ledge.
according to men who are hero from
tliat VIcinitv. and who have seen the ore,
will easily carry $700 to $1000 per ton.
The discoveries of the Klondike miners
H are also regarded as being equally as
important, the ore being somewhat slml-
lar In character to the Sheepherdcr's
H ledge. It looks, however. In many re-
spects like the lirst .very high grades
taken out of the .lumbo property in C.old-
field at the surfac. These strikes have
expanded the likely territory of tho Jar-
bldge district to abotit ten miles cast and
west, as against two miles thrco monUis
H ago. Tlicre is also a' st.rlke reported
H thr5p miles west of .Inrbldgo gulch. In a
H silver-lead belt, however, which Ik not
spcclnllv appealing to the gold seekers.
Among the Klondlkers. whose camp Is
at the extreme head of the Llttlo Bru-
iiean. is .lack Glllivln. who is In Twin
Falls with samples which are showing
spUndld vnlues of .50 to $350 per ton.
He secured a piece of lloat. that Is. he
H declared merely a fracture from one of
tho ledges, that carries one-third Its
1 contents In tho yellow metal. He said
he lias not had time to search out the
I pnrtlculnr ledge It camo from. as. with
I his partners, he has bien busy during the
last live weeks mailing locations. Oilier
Klondlkers In that crowd are H. Tuffty.
1 Fred Buck and K. II- Woodean. All
spent ten to tlfteen years In Alaskan
I fields, and they declare they have never
1 seen so promising a district as Jarbidgc.
on the whole.
"The principal ledge we found, ' Gilli
1 vln said. "Is 300 feet wide. 100 feet high.
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MAN OF SALT LAKE
Game, to VUih
in the Year
Among the suc
men who liavo conio
io Salt Lake of
Infer years is Van
P. Spalding, who is
a ranch owner, busi
ness man ami iniii
inr expert. Mr.
.Spalding is a Mich
igan man and was
horn in Mnnron in
JS(K(. Whop ii years
Van D. Spalding
oi ago ins fatlier , ,
removed with tho family lo Montana, Iho trip up tho Missouri rivor hy
boat, oi'cupving seven weeks, when Fort Bcnfon was reached, then by I rain
lo Madison county, where flic famil' located. In 1S7I Mr. Spalding re
turned (0 his old homo in Michigan, where ho attended school until lSSo,
when ho returned to Montana and engaged in ranching. Lalor ho turned
his nttenfim to mining, having a love for ecology, lie removed to Salt .
Lake in 100G. Short I3- after ho was married and ho resides with his fam
ily in a beautiful homo at .'121 ft street. Mr. Spaldincr is interested in the
Spalding-Livingston Investment company, tho Goldfield Daisy Mining
company and the Irrigated Lands company.
SAMUEL K 1
H If II PARIS
Prominent Utaliu Will Xot Re
turn (o Salt Lake as fcJoon
Contrary to general expectation Samuel
New-house, builder, will not return to Utah
in tho near future, he having sailed Sat-,
urday morning for Europe, his special
destination being Paris, where his brother,
.Molt Newhousc. Is very III.
Mr. Newhousc had anticipated visiting
the Ely district in tho near future, It
being his desire lo see partcularly the
Ely Centennial property, in which he be
came Interested some months ago. After
his arrival in New York City, however.
Mr. New-house altered his plans and the
Information of his sailing for the "othor
side" was received In this city through
private dispatches. Mr. Newhousc will
probably nut be long gone, be having
numerous building enterprises under way
In this citv which require his attention,
besides other business matters of Im-portam-n
which await his disposal.
The visit to Ely planned by Mr. New
house and other prominent mining men
will probably be taken at some later date,
and If affairs shape up as anticipated,
there will bo news of Importance coming
as a result of the trip and Inspection.
and Is a sillclficd quartz porphyry, most
of the porphyry, however, having eroded,
leaving the quartz exposed and render
ing prospecting with v.ecess quite an
easy taslc. L-ornuureri with other .countries
I have vlfjlted." Gilllvln brought here at
least 100 samples of his strike, and ex
plains! that ho has named the gulch
wherein himself and associates arc work
ing, Alaska gulch, and says that a new
town will soon spring up there. The rush
to Jarbidgc continues through Twin Falls
and the camp Is now enjoying tho con
veniences of rooming houses and restau
rants. ,Bob Byrno was killed by L. Miller
there last Friday night, during a dispute
over claims IX. A. Duchet, while pros
pecting, fell over a cliff Into an extinct
erater and. after dropping (100 feet, was
burled In forty f'ct of snow. The body
cannot be recovered until summer.
Five different companies arc getting
ready for vigorous development about
April 1. when the snow Is expected to
have disappeared and made work pos
sible. San Francisco Mining Stocks.
By Associated Tress.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 5. The offi
ficial closing quotations for mining stocks
today were as follows:
Alia $ .23 Lady W Con.. .15
Alpha Con ... .13 Mexican .. .. 2.074
Belcher 1.32J Oceld Con 35
Bullion 20 Ophlr 2.35
Caledonia . .. .HI Overman .. .. 1.55
Clial Con- 15 Polosl 71
Chollar II Savage 50
Con C & Va.. 2.00 Scorpion 12
Con Imperial . .OS Sag Belcher .. .32
Crown Point . 1.30 Sierra Kcv ... .S3
Exchequer ... .3S Silver II 111 ... .17
Gould & Currfo .3K ln!on Con ... .95
I lale .t Norcros .57 t'tah Con 1-1
Jull.'ii 25 N V M Co OS
Justice :2!l East Sierra N. .10
Ken Con 10
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Allouez $5(5.50 iMIami Cop .. 24.121
Anial Copper. SI .50 Mohawk . .. tin.fiO
Am . I., & S. 31.25 Nev Con .... 23.871
Ariz Com I ... 30.50 Nlplssing M...10.25
Atlantic .... 0.50 North Butte., 3S.50
Bos C C & C. 20.25 North Laltc . IS. 50
B& CC & SM 18.00 Old Dom .... 15.00
Butte Coaln.. 20.00 Osceola .. ...152.00
Cal & Ariz... 72.50 Parrot 20.00
ra ,fc Jlccla..C30.00 Qulucy SS.00
Centennial .. 23.25 Shannon . .. 15.00
Cop U C Co. 77.50 Superior 58.50
East B C M. 10.00 Sup & R M.. 13.50
Franklin . .. 19.50 'Sup &. p C... 14.00
Glroux Con.. 0.S7iTamarack ... 72.50
Granby Con . 88.00 H S Coal it O 3!) "Vi
Greeno Can . 1050 USSR & M JS.R74
Islf Royale .. 22.75 do pfd 51.50
Kerr I.ako .. 8.75 ;lTtali Con ... 32.25
I .a!;- Coppnr. 70.12AVlnorin 10.00
La Salle Cop. 17.50 'Wolverine ...113.00
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Alice J1.00 Lcadv Con ... .06
Brims Con 03 Little Chief .. .05
C'omst T St... .31 Ontario 2.17
CnniP.1 T B... .18 Ophlr 2.15
Con C .t Va.. 1.00 Standard .. .. .'R5
Horn Silver .. ,cr Yellow Jacket. 1.35
Iron Silver ... 1 .05
Tho IMah Ore Sampling company 10-portf-d
Saturday the receipt of ten cars
of ore,. all Utah product.
Grant Snyder Is expected homo Sun
day from a visit of Inspection .at the Bea
ver Carbonate In Beaver county,
Charles T. Prlsk of tho clerical staff
of the. hlhvr King Coalition at Park City
Is visiting in Salt Lake on business.
M01;1.0."' formerly associated with
Van D. hpaldlng of this oity. In ihe min
ing gamo at Goldfield. has Just arrived in
Salt l.alo, .from Jarbidgc district. Mr.
Morion vlmva conditions much the same
as otherK who hnvc c-ome from the n'w
fields, and predicts a "boom" summer for
TOOELE SMELTER IS
International People Are Ex
erting Every Effort to
P.cporl from the new International
smelting plant at Tooele Is to the effect
that the big smokestack, one of the larg
est In this western country, has boon
completed, and that work along all lines
of smeller construction is going ahead
rapidly. Tho stack Just finished is some
350 fcot in height, and Is constructed to
carry off satisfactorily tho smoko and
fumes resulting from the smelling proc-.
Now that the weathor has moderated
to a great extent. It Is stated that the
International people contcmplato IiiL-reas-ing
their working forces. In order that
the plant may be rushed to completion.
The management has quite reccntlv Is
sued a statement to the effect that as
per contract the smelter would be ready
to receive the ores of the Utah Consol
idated property as per contract, on April
1. and though during tho winter months
operations were with difficulty carried on,
a wonderful showing has been made.
Some 600 men have been on the com
pany's pay eVia in the building work for
many months, and where delay hns boon
experienced In one particular branch of
the construction, the crews have been
placed elsewhere In accomplishing some
other results, and In consequence the
past few weeks has seen wonderful prog
The last of the steel for the big plant
is duo to arrive at its destination bv the
middle of the month; machinery Is ar
riving, and being placed rapldlv. and
everything considered conditions at the
smelter arc very satisfactory.
New York Mining Stocks.
James A. Pollock & Co., bankers and
brokers, furnish the following, received
over their private wire yesterday after
noon: NEW YORK LISTED STOCKS.
I Sales. II. I L. Clso
New-house . t 231 3
Utah Copper 5,200 523 52A 52g
Tcnn. Copper ) rt5j? 3li 315
NEW YORK CURB RANGE.
I Sales.l H. L. Clso
Boston Con. , -1001 20 20 20
Cobalt Central 10e ISc ISc
Ely Con 5,000 3 3 5
First Nat. Copper .. 100 5 13 5
Glroiix Con. ( 200 10 10 10
Inspiration Copper .. 150 89 SB S3
King Edward 2 7-10 7-10
Miami Copper 700 252 211 251
Mont. Shoshone 1$ 1 I
Nevada Con 5,000 21 233 "3J
Nevada Utah ji n "n
Ray Central .(.500 3jj 3ft
Rny Con , 1.500 231 23 231
Tlntlc Mining 14 n 3
Yukon Gold .A r.00 4E -ij -i
Gila Copper 500 Si S S
CI 1 no Copper 1.300 Hi 113 l-w
Ohio Copper 2,000 12 ll .i
Ros" U II Ii
Keystone .. 5 .j vt
Goldfield Con 6.000 Si SJ 81
Mason Valley i; i i
NEW YORK CURB CLOSE.
I Bid. lAaked.
Butte and London 15 ilO
Nlplssing 103 101
Davis Daly 31 $S
Dominion Copper fi g
Ely Central u jg
Furnace Creek ;- 15
Greene G. & S. com 7
Mitchell i.jn 1
Nevada Smelting ., j 7
Silver Queen 20c c
Sliver Leaf od Iir
Foster Cobalt 1 20 I 05
McKlnley-Darragh S5e 00c
Gibraltar ,., 1 3
North Butte Extension .. 1 5
Penna-Wyomlng jc 5c
El Kayo 2j 2J
I "PtCJH M'
II JUjjjKE CUP
Refiirned Halt Laker Believes
District Will Soon Be Pros
IN PIONEER STYLE
Reports of Immense Wealth in
, iSiglil. Doubtless' Much
Charles Gotsch, a well known mining
man of this city, who has followed the
gaiuf' in Utah and Nevada for mnny
j ears past. Is a late arrival from the now
Jurbidgr district In northern Nevada. .Mr.
Getsrli has already made two trips Into
tho new gold-seekers' mcccft, and he will
return to camp next Tuesday to Invostl
gato the Held more thoroughly and to
get work .started on a number of claims
whlfh he has located for the Interests
Mr. Gelsch. though not ovcr-enlhuslas-tlc
regarding the .Inrbldgo country, gives
It as his opinion thnl It Is destined to be
a big gold-milling dislrlel. "Thero Is
no plcturo rock In tho district," said Mr.
Gelsch to The Tribune Saturday after
noon, "anil the reports of the sensational
values which have boon given publicity
are probably much exaggerated. There
are, of course, senilis of high grade ore'
on some of the el. Ims. but on an average
It Is a free milling proposition, and un
doubtedly tin; camp has much merit."
Asked regarding the amount of snow
In tho district. .Mr. Getsch stated that
there Is probably about six inches in the
camp proper, though in tho mountains
there is of course much more plied up.
There are about 700 people In the district
now. he says, and prospectors and mining
camp pioneers are going In in lnrgo num
bers. The camp has already had a
shooting scrape, in which one man was In
stantly killed, ami the camp Is nllvc with
the numerous phases of Industry which
go to make up a "boom."
Mr- Getsch reports having met several
Salt Lako people In the district and all
are staking out claims, and preparing to
make "fortunes." As yet there Is com
paratively little real development work
under way. though the claim owners are
making ready to start systematic work
In the near future.
Mr. Getsch. for his Interests, has taken
up several miles of placer rights along
the streams skirting the Jarbidgc dis
trict. Boston Copper Market.
James A. Bollock & Co.. bankers and
brokers, furnish the following, received
over their private wire yesterday after
noon:, T3QSTON COPPER RANGE.
I Sales.l II. I L. C'lsc
Boston Con. 2011 20 20jt
But to Coalition 220 2fiy 20 20
Butte and London.......... 20c 1-lc lie
Calumet and Ariz... 73! 721 72
Con. Morcur 15c 10c 10c
Copper Range 773 771 77
Cumberland Ely SJ 7 7
Daly West 200 'J 0J fi
Davis Daly 110 3 3 J 34
East Butte 10.j 10 in
Ely Con SSc 85c S5c
Glroux Con S5 10 10 10
Granby Con SS SS SS
Grcene-Cananea . .. 50 103 10 10!
Nevada Con 220 21 23 233
Nevada Utah IJ u u
Nlplssing 101 101 10.1
North Butte 2S0 303 30 30
Trinity ,.. SS Si S.f
U. S. SmollAr, com.. 1,285 I9J (S3 40
preferred 52 51-J 513
Utah Con : 220 32i 324 1-4
Sup. and Tipton : I I 11
Ray Central 38 33 38
La Rose ISO 1 11 -IJ
North Luke 11,185 25 IS? 2AI
Indiana 8551 31) 37 38
Chief Con ;.. 2501 21 24 24
Mason Vnlloy j ) 15 ij
BOSTON COPPER CLOSE.
I Bid. lAskcd.
Arizona and Montana 70c 77c
Ari7.pe 20 25
Boston Ely 3? 3?
Black Mountain 20 25
,ctl,s 5i 5$
Chemung 12 13
Corbln 10 10J
Ely Central 1 n-lfi 1 11-1G
First National Copper ... 41 -j
Goldfli-Id Con. SI Si
Gila Copper :.-74 8
Inspiration Copper ij
Oak . in 20
Majestic 9c oic
National 51c 57c
Baltic i 12 13
Ohio Copper 1 15-10 -a
Oneco 73 1 S
Seneca x )-,
South Lake 13 j;sj
S. and G f... IJ lj
Leaf 10c He
Yukon Gold 44
Yuma lj lj
Nevada Douglas ' 3 :
Witch 20 30
Bohemia US j.jr
Arizona Commercial 3t'l 303
Atlantic uj 10
Calumet and Hccla C30 C35
Centennial '. ..... 23i 21
Granby . SS
La Snllo 175 175.
Mexico Con. 3'J -if
Michigan .. 7 7 J
Old Dominion-.... 45 5
Oeccoln 152 153
Parrot 20 20J
Shannon 15 151
Tamarack .' 72J 73
Victoria 14 40
Winona 10 10J
Wolverine 113 ...
Wyandot 2Rr "23
Mohawk ' 65 cJ
Massachusetts !. oj i;a
Michigan ,7 7
Z!"? , 31J 3lj
'Glroux Consolidated 0i 10
Hancock 2fi "7
Helvetia ; ?. 35 .
Royalo ; . ;. -vig 03 1
Iko ijix l'r
Kowanos 45 5
Miami Copper 2U '9
Arcadian 71 "7?
S. and P lj j., J
Apex -t A 41
Ray Consolidated ......... -'''.it -:&
South Utah ;. "03
MAN Of THE STATE
Pioneer of the
CAME TO UTAH
IN YEAR 1871
Is a Native of
the State of
Ono of tlio pio
neers of tlio Deep
('rook mining dis
trict, and also prom
with many oro pro
ducing camps of
Utah, is Morris R.
Hvans, who invad
ed Iho Doon Creek
region in J8!0. Bom
in New York in
18-10, Mr. Hvans
Morris R. Evanss
camo lo Utah when , , , , ,,. r ,
22 years of age. arriving in Salt Lako City March 0, Ui hrsl
business venture in tlio sfato was mining, and for two years lie devoted Ins
entire limo to this industry. Then ho ongnged in tho live stock industry,
and individuallv he for ten vears dovoled his attontion to this, and in lHb2
hocamo associated with Carter, Evans & Co., then with Kvaus & bjiencer,
whicli firm ho succeeded, and which business ho continued for thirteen
years. Jn JSJI0 tho old lovo for mining returned and tlio possibilities ot
"Deep Crook, after ho had made a thorough exploration of that region, con
vinced hint that fortune could bo taken from the ground there. His dream
camo true. Since then' ho has been prominently identified with the dis
trict. Mr. Kvtins is married, and with his family resides in a handsome
home at 701 Brighant street.
WHEELER PROPERTY IS
' II BiE BODY
Local Interests at Yerington
Pieeeive Glad Tidings
Joseph T. Calno of this city has re
ceived news of an encouraging nature
from the property of the Wheeler Mining
company, In which a number of local
mlnlnK men are interested. The Wheel
er Is located near Ycrlngton, Nov., In
a very highly mineralized territory, and
the late developments on the 200-foot
level have resulted In tho. opening up of
an elghteen-lnch ore body, which gives
average assay returns of SGO.uO In gold
per ton, and carries, besides this, some
satisfactory silver values. Thu faulty
formation, whicli has for some time been
worked In. has now apparently been gone
through, and tbf ore encountered In what
Is thought to bi- a permanent location.
The Wlmelor has long been considered,
by those familiar with the property, a
proposition of much promise, and now
thai, the development work has proven
productive of such encouraging results,
those Interested are more determined
than ever to continue work on a more
Tho Ycrlngton district generally Is
prollling by the Increased mining activ
ity throughout Nevada, and particularly
tills section, on account of the Increased
railroad facilities, and the promised
smelting plants, which will immediately
prove of much benefit-
Novadas in San Pranclsco.
"James A. Pollock & Co., bankers and
brokers, C West Second South street, fur
nish the following, received over their
I Bid. lAskcd.
Sandstorm $ .03 .......
Jumbo Extension n.'i .35
Booth 17 .19
Blue Bell On .00
Sllvor Pick 09 .10
Mine Bell 02 .03
Oro OS .09
Atlanta 1G .17
Florence .321 2.10
D'lleld B. B. Con 02 .03
Goldfield Daisy 07 .OS
Combination Fraction 33 .31
ICewanos 07 .OS
Yellow Tiger 00
Goldfield Consolidated .... 8.27 8.30
Ulamondfiold Triangle 01 .......
National Bank - 01 ,
Bonnie Clare OS .10
Mayflower Con '. .03 .01
Montgomery Mountain .02
Ifornestake Con 01
Tramp Consolidated 0C
Manhattan Consolidated ,. ,03
Dexter '. .01
Stray Dog , 02
Mineral Mill 01
5 Other districts
Falrvlew Eagle 12
Nevada Hills - .50
Pittsburg Silver Peak 70
Eagle's Nest ' 02 .04
Round Mountain 50
nawhldo Queen .lfi
Rawhide Coalition is
Ophlr 2.32 2.35
Mexican 2.05 2.07
Gould it Curry .is .39"
Con. Virginia 1.97a 2.00
Savncto 59 ,uo
llnlo & Norcross 57 g
Yellow Jacket 1)35
Belcher 1.32 J 1 35
Sierra Nevada S3 "$4
"l0 01 '.'95'
Chollar .10 41
IJ'osl -v 74 !75
Tonopah Nevada 6.90
West End Consolidated .. .15 "!4fi'
Jim Butler ii
- What Has Happened During Week
MONDAY Sioux Consolidated scores
several points advance on local board.
Jarbldge visitor tells of low-grade possi
bilities of now enmp. Treasure Mill
management reports satlsfactor'v prog
ress In development work. Goldfield
Consolidated advanced dividend causes
rejoicing among camp operators. Twolve
foot ore body discovered In Wild Bill,
TUESDAY Local trading shows de
crease, Opex being especially weak
point. Ploche operators prepare for In
creased activities following official an
nouncement of rr-hulldlng of-San Pedro
rond through Meadow vallev. Vice
President Dick or the Majestic property.
Beaver county, announces that mine
will continue regular shipments. Strike
of high-grade copper reported from Cur
Pie property. Beaver county. Emerald
of Tlntlc cuts big mineralized lissure.
WEDNESDAY Local trading shows
Improvement Tlntlcs leading In advance.
Change In formation in Tlntlc Central
shaft denotes approach of ore. Utah
mIn-eill -r,sl1 sPrl,igs finds new ore body
on o00-foot level at mine. Wilson broth
ers announce intention of building mill
for treatment, of Deep Crock district
THURSDAY Sioux Consolidated makes
strong advance on local bonrd. and stock
lr. closely held Tor further ripe. Novnda
Consolldulid reports cost of copper pro
duction for quarter at 7 21 cents nor
pVim1, .""Oread operations In Amaon
Valley give Impetus to mining industry
L.ocnl operators In Gold Circle report
encouraging conditions In that camp.
A. J. Bellies, expert mlllman of the o d
active" work. 0(1 8l"' ret,rC8 fro'n
FRIDAY improved conditions on local
board continue. Tlntlc operators In
crease activities with advent of milder
weather. Silver King Coalition stock
"?',.0" Boston hoard. Eastern nia-ket
coiivni'irtcr on s,reMeth of bcu'-
SATURDAY Market conditions locally
1 close on good week's business. Lowii
! Interests receive encouraging news from
Wheeler property in Ycrlngton dlstrlc"
.Tnrotdgo visitors report largelv IncroaK
Ing travel Into now district. Good prog
ress reported on International amcltor
construction at Tooolo. mc"ef
Great Gold Deposits, but Small
Item in Country's Mineral
When Alaska was purchased from
Russia for $7,200,000 the truo value of the
purchase was an unknown quantity to
both purchaser mnd buyer, says the Min
ing World. Although some gold had. been
found. It was not until the discovery of
placer gold in the Klondyke In 1S9G and
of the rich beach sands at Nome that
any true appreciation of Alaska's great
mineral wealth began to be realized. Gold
Is but one Item of the vast mineral
riches now known to be held in the-rocks
and sodlmentary deposits of this region.
The Immunse deposits of copper and coal
have been and are the subject of wide
Interest, and are attracting much capital
to the country. Minerals carrying silver,
lead, tin. Iron. tungsten, antimony,
quicksilver, graphite nnrl other Impor
tant metals,' are found.
Among Important non-metallic minerals
also Included, are graphite, petroleum,
gypsum and marble. Although at present
the principal efforts are being directed to
the exploitation of gold and copper de
posits, altention will certainly be given to
the deposits of other ores In an Increas
ing degree as transportation facilities are
Improved and gronter knowledge Is ob
tained of these deposl;.
With the entrance of the Guggenhclms
Into the copper-mining fields of the re
gion and the undertaking of the con
struction of the Copper River railroad
from Cordovn. Impetus was given to the
development of Alaska's mineral re
sources. These evidences of faith of
powerful mining Interests In Alaska's fu
ture are an encouragement lo other In
vestors, not only In mining, but In other
ventures necessary to and arising from
the development of the country.
The metal quotations posted Saturday
afternoon by McCornlck & Co.. follows:
Silver, 503c; copper. I3 3-I0c; load. $1.70.
Nevada News Agents.
Bauvard A. C. Pcsco.
Goldfield Louie Polln.
Hawthorne Louie Polln.
Klmberly Sheldon Lowney.
Lovelock Bible Bros.
Midas Mrs. C. A. Harrington.
Rawhide Louie Polln.
Reno Hotel Golden News Standi Ro
senthal Ss Armanka; Shepard & Son.
Ycrlngton F. M. Burner.
Winnemncca Poarce &, Chase.
Cobre Richard Richards.
Cherry Creek Grey & Collins.
Klko Wheeler & Co.
Ely Grace B. Paxon; Harvlllc Station
McGIll M. Herman; Waldcn & Bur
nett. Rhyollte The Crescent.
Plocho Ploche Drug Co.
Callentc John Shier; Thomas Hlm
UteSi Audit and
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SPECIALTY Auditing Corporal and
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W Our Hish and Low Table, show-
I ihe pSsct SETof0' prloos ,Iurln
I UTAH STOCKS
y Mailed upon request.
I CHILD, m & CO.
1 ,., M . BROKERS.
1 34p rnl" ,Sreet- Phones 325
I kFN.T G,;0lintl flor office.
I irtKi1.?" ,?,oe',V "3fl,n entrance from
I bby. Inquire Child. Cole & Co..
I Malnstrect ,
Sioux Con. Advance HaS
Enti resist to SoB
DUE TO GH
Columbus Con. WcaM
Though Not Unnsjfl
The week on the local
ing exchange closed SaturdH
better record than vnsT
previous week's tradlngH
for this week amounted tdH
for SlSS.-IOO.l'J, as agalnstnH
for $00.fi5l.55 last week.
Conditions have been hel
by the strong advance reH
the week In the price ofjH
which has served to brace tHB
Columbus Con has been
this is one of the most erruH
listed. It does not !n(IueiicctlM
any of the other stocks. IB
Iron Blossom and ColoraflB
tliflr own, and Silver KgH
among the more substantiates
also maintained a slight tH
Mammoth broke after lis tH
wcok. rind Tnclc Sam and IjH
kept an even lenor.
Sioux Con. was less nroH
monilng at -Hie though salH
there being no apparent
part of the dealers to takH
profit made possible by thitH
vancc during the week. ''jH
Closing quotations and saH
Utah Mine jA
CcntnVl Standard ' i'V
Demijohn , S
lilntah Treasure III11 ... --B
Sales Federal Ely. 200 Atjfl
Standard, 1000 at lOjc: UlnuH
Illll. 2100 at 10c. Opex-. 100 &
f.Oc. 400 at HSc: Gold Chain. lM
Beck Tunnel .TTTTTH
Big Hill jH
Bingham Amalgamated .. vjl
Black Jack 'H
Centuiy ., w
Colorado Mining .H
Crown Point ',
East Cr Point 'm
East Tlntlc Con W
E T .Gold K j,J
Emerald , ;M
Gold Circle Cr M
Grand Central J,
Tnt P and O. 4 -.
Indian Queen tj
Inyo Gold 3C
Iron Bios.... .. 1M,
Joo Bowers' JJ,
King David -ir
King William ft
Litllo Bell f
Mason Valley -A
May Day ,
Miller Hill ,
Mineral Flat f
Mountain Lake !
Mt Lake Ex j
Nev British i
Nev Falrviow ,. ji
Nevada Hills ,5
Ohio Copper J
Rich and Ana
Seven Troughs '
Silver King 3
Silver Shield ' ;
South Col -.
So Iron ; Blossom - f
Swansea Con ;
Tlntlc Central :Mf
West Utah Cop 'H
Vcstern Nevada 'JH
Ycrlngton Copper j jB
1 1-UULMJUJ -jAJ
Bullock. 500 at lc. ''flK
Colorado, 1350 at S6c. JB
Columbus, S00 at 6rc 300
sixty days; 500 at Mc. n E
Indian Queon. 2000 at 2JcJ?
Iron Blossom. 200 at 04c; 1C
at 03c. buyer thirty daysJg
buyer sixty days. i'B'Hl
Lower Mammoth. 100 nlMC
sixty days, 1000 at 52c, bvST
100 at nlc, seller sixty aayjMj
May Day. 200 ot lc. WMm&
Mt, Lake Extension. GOO J.
New York. 500 at 0c.
Opohongo. ")0 at 281c 91
Sioux Con.. 2S00 at 45c; lfo.
South Iron Blossom, WO9!
Swansea. 500 at 4c Wl?
Uncle Sam. 000 at 40c.
Yankee, 1200 at 0c; 500 Sfctt
Cedar Talisman, 1000 a'VB
East Tlntlc Dev. WM.gm.
Grand Central, 100 at Blf'
, Iron Blossom. 200 at 9-
seller sixty days. jm
Opohongo, 500 at 28ic.
Sioux Con.. 700 at 4lJc. M ;:
at. He. seller thirty day?. '
J South Columbus Con., ou,
' Utah Con.. 2000 at 5e'
Yankee. 500 at 91c. flTt
Regular. 31.450 shares fK:1
Open. 17.-H10 shares at Wli
Total. 1S.S50 shares at'P m
41)6,310 shares at $l5g,40KC-if
Pro and BuHKMfr'
The oro and bullion rciRNl
urday afternoon by Mv-t
lows: Ore rocelvcd, c(MfW
shipped $flnnnn; total, "piy
I GET A NEW MAP OF PIOCHEffc
8 Four foet by three and a half, mounted on heavv linen. Price. Wb
R, K. COBB & CO., Mines, Stocks and BaHb
I Main Floor New Exchange Blda. Bell Phone, -1800; Ind.KuB
N Branch offices, Logan and American Fork. Send for our bookle4B(lJ
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