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FINANCIAL. MIL I ^Anafnc PI I lUlUI VI the F BIG DEAL JtKl f Eastern Syndicate Tal erties Adjoining From the Presco By far the most important mining (leal made in this country in rvcent years was closed yesterday, when a group of twenty-one patented mining claims, adjoining the famous United Verde properties at. Jerome, passed into the control of the Hull Copper Company, in which a number of eastern capitalists are interested. An amount, which is but the preliminary capital for the opening of the promising properties. Is to be at once placed at the disposal of G. W. Hull, president and general manager of the new concern, the intention being to erect a reduction plant of large capacity. i nf nmniniCM <>I ine rnmpiin; nr Immediately north, went and nouth of nnd nilJiilalDK the great lotted Verde mine*, nnd It In a faet well known to a large number of miner* who are or have Worked In the I'nlted Verde'* Kureka. Wade Hampton. Chrome >orth and t'hrome South mine* that the Immense ore bodlen In thene working* eontiiiue Into the ground covered >.v the locatlonn of the new company. The opening- of these ore bodies will mean much to the town of Je * rome. wmcn is now one or me musi I pretentious mining and smelter I towns in the territory, and it is safe to assume that the population and_ I business of this prosperous place I will be doubled within the coming year. A DE I Development Pro AVe have 6,200 feet of tunnels, shafts The shaft of the "1888" claim, 475 fe graph. Is within 150 feet of the United \ lust built a new hoisting plant for brlr been driven Into bodies of rich ore at U in copper over $40 to the ton, besides sc Our Dillon tunnel, 2.040 feet lone. Is showing a very large percentage of copi We are now working In the schist, i rein, which extends from the United ?> are directly on the line of the Pa Drlnclnal branches of the Santa Fe railr knows what this means to the Hull Coi writes: "This Is the first company I ever sai door. All the various mining companies road from one to one hundred miles in The development Is being rushed ahe can do It. We will be able to supply from our o TTnUa^l Var>to Ana r\f tha lortrAflf 1*1 thfl which will pay to our stockholders a nt Sound and Practical Ma Responsible Officc The officers and directors of the Hul est standing and responsibility, and are prominent and financial circles. None c Hon. George W. Hull, president and mines in charge of the force of men noi STOCK NOW I HOW 8T0CI SMBajn 2M ifcarn at (llcnkt SI SIZSBays 5M ikirti at S2S cask ft S3 S2SO Bajn l.tM skarta it (Mcokt I IMBi)i 2.M* akarci at SIM caak ft SU SI,254 Ban S.tM skarta at S2M cask ft S2J S2.S3* Bar* lt.Mt tkarea at S5M cask ft S54 Stock Is Full Paid and Non-As?< to Accept or Kejeci An] SEND O. B. ST7 * _ A Concise Statimti Regirdia^ I The Little Larder Lake Gold I Mining Company, Ltd. I The property Is situated near Little I harder ijjKe, xsipissiiig aisirici, Ontario, Canada. Klrst?The title to his property Is absolutely sound. Second?A most careful report has been given on the value of this property by conservative and well-known expert mining engineers, which proves conclusively that gold exists and can be mined at a good profit to the Investor. Instead of a company organized with millions of stock for capital, ?hi? *>nmnnnv has been organized with J i.?>.'?? > capital, divided Into 10,0(i0 share* of $10 each, and there la for sale $3o.000 worth of" this tock at $10 per share. (No subscriptions will be received for over 100 shares from any Individual subscriber.) It Is the Intention of the Incorporators to use this money for operating experuh-a, and as soon as the mine is put on a paying basis to Increase the capitalization of this company to $1,000,000. allotting to eaoh owner of stock his portion Of i the Increase. For further Information, when an opportunity will be given ror ine h cnoat careful Investigation, address the B Hugo von Hagan Exploration Co., I r.oo Fifth Ave, New York City. | 12.00 per (alios for medicinal whlakey. TUK JOHN WZDDERBL'R.N CO.. apS BOt.t 8I? F at. ? w. DoYoy DesSre TT fl-n it" O if-5 rv it-n U 1111 Ci i IT U ^'(i.^.VU.U'U'UB ?for your funds which only a NATIONAL BANK can give? Deposits in our Savings Dept. have this protection and in addition draw interest. CTSAVINUH DKPT. of*n from 6 to 9 p.a. erfrj S?turU?y. THE TRADER'S NATIONAL BANK, I VMM FINANCIAL. LIO I lnitorl \ dl IV C9 UIII1V>U :amous Hull < IN A IMF MIMF / [? Lw |nin^ <es Over the Hull Propthe United Verde. tt Journal Miner. I The preliminary plan of develop ment agreed upon embraces tb< pushing of the Dillon tunnel Into th< mountain with greater energy thar ever, and the starting of a drift frorr the bottom of the 475-foot shaft or the 1S88 claim to connect with th< tunnel, from which a series of lat erals will be run Into the ore bodies A force of men will be at once pu to work in the repairing of th:i shaft, and a pump will be at onci Installed to unwater It. The tunnel is now in a distance o 2.040 feet into the mountain and tap. several promising ore bodies in it! course at depths ranging from 400 t< 1.100 reet. A number of shafts expose ori bodies on several of the claims, th< deepest of which Is on tne Jeromi mine, which has a depth of 2oo feet On Monday next J. B. Girand wil leave for Jerome to make surveys 01 the ground, to be used in the com piling of an elaborate report to b< compiled by him. G. W. Hull, the president and gen eral manager of the new concern nas Deen engagea in me uc\ nu^uicu of the group since 1888, when he firs realized its great value. He hai had several flattering offers for th< property, all of which have been re fused. He is a leading stockholdei in the Hull Copper Company, ant will at once assume its active man agement as president and genera manager. IVELOPI gressing Rapidly , and levels. et deep, shown In fhe above photo'erde smelter. Over this shaft we have iglng the ore from two drifts that have le bottom of this shaft. This ore yield? itne gold and silver. cut through three rioh ore bodies, >er, with some gold and.sllver. Iriving the tunnel into the rich contact Verde into Hull Copper. Riiiroaii OcanaiT. one of the oad. Any one interested In mining >per Company. A famous railroad man r in my life that had a railroad to lta i which are floated have to build a railorder to market their product." iad Just as fast as good management ire deposits a smelter of the sice of the i world?with 1.000 tons of ore dally, it profit of $10,000X100 a year. nagement at the Mine :rs ana uireciors. 1 Copper Company are all of the highwell known throughout the west In >f them receives a salary. general manager, at present at the v at work there, has been In all the :5c A SHARE K IS SOLD I* a Moatk, far 4 Maatka. Par VaL. (2N IS a Moatk, for 4 Moatks, Par VaL. ISM M a Moatk, for 4 Month., Par Val., Sl.tH M a Moath, far 4 Maatka, Par Val., S2,(M M a Moatk, tar 4 Maatka. Par Val., SS.Mt M a Moatk, tor 4 Maatka, Par Val., llt.Nt issable. We Reserve the Right Y or All Subscriptions. MONEY BY DRAFT. REGI8TEKED I iNTON &: ?3^ iff. J utYCyfBT vast to aaaa r . . | FDTAlfCIAL. IN A Verde That Is Copper Mine f< 17 i a) | '"MWFLS I V ^ JE*bM?,ARIZ ' <; t L > View Drawn from Actual Ph ~r Conclusively That Hull ] | Right Into Our Claims. 1 Hull Copper's Rich Mines Su ED MIN great western copper camps, and i'n all of its branches. He is a m< esteem of every citizen of Jerom ling integrity. Mr. O. B. Stanton, a practical Stanton and his son have charge delphla. Mr. M. B. Hazeltlne, treasur 1 CtlUI a Ul UilC ui uro iaiQCOi u?*i Mr. H. EL Wilcox, secretary, li Arts. Mr. J. W. Hubbard, superlnte some of the blgyest copper later Our heaviest investors live at In the employ of the United Veri ?citizens of Jerome?bankers, ml stockholders of Hull Copper. Tti This la what oh of the alan "In regard to yo1fc mir United Verde mine on the from going further by being i: ? line. "All you have to -do is S United Verde workings to si "I have been working speak to you. "I am sure you have g for you let me know."?Cha: United States Every one of our claims Is h Copper Company is sole owner of Remember, we have 20 claims, copper there is in Arizona, whert This is the most wonderful o since the day when United Verd You can't buy any of Its stock share. A small fortune from a dime. TODAY Hull Copper offers lr This Is that wonderful, abeol every man once In a lifetime. To those who grasp this oppoi Today this opportunity Is thro Every man and woman who c month has it. This is a real, genuine opporti JETTER, P. O. OR EXPRESS MONEY SON. 1518 Reai, ? / ? - HO PBIZI. I HHAJCIAL. IN C Paying Him Milli or a Distance of .1 otograph, and Map Compiled bv the Unit Property is DIRECTLY AGAINST the ( irround Senator Clark's $100,000,000 Min< E?NOT I Is thoroughly acquainted with copper mining smber of the Arizona legislature and has the e. He Is a. man of rugged honesty and sterminer for 27 years, Is vice president. Mr. of the eastern offices of the company at Philaer. of Prescott, Ariz., Is on the board of ditks In the territory. s a welt-known capitalist, and lives at Jerome, indent of the mine, has been in the employ of ests in thUMpuntry. Jerome, where the mines are located. Miners de?the greatest mining engineers of the vest nbitAn. merohAJitJi anil farmera?art all h?avv ese are the MEN WHO KNOW. at Jerome write* i te, I will teH you that I worked in the 700-foot level in ore, and was stopped told by the shift boss, 'We are at Hull's . \ > to drift from your shaft behind the trike the ore; it is there. here about six years. I wish I could ot good claims. If I can do anything s. Tyler, Jerome, Arizona. 5 Government Title. eld under United States patents, and the Hull these claims. , covering over 250 acres of the very richest i work is actually eolnsr an da 11 v. pportunity that has been offered the public le sold at 10c a share. now. The last sale was at the rate of $300 a ivestors who come first this opportunity, ute, unqualified opportunity that comes to rtunity it means fortune. iwn open to all. an save as small a sum as a few dollars a inuy. ORDER TO Estate Trust Building, ilLADELPHIA. I ri tr An f\. n i?t i lit riAiLLJcJii ur rUoTLiic WORK OF HIQH SCHOOL PUFIL? MERITS HIGH PRAISE. Sixty or more posters made by the stu dents In the Washington High Schools t< advertise the song festival by the childrei of the public schools for the benefit of thi public playgrounds were exhibited for thi past three days In VeerhofTs gallery. " A1 were well considered and some were exceed ingly clever. The first prize of $10, offerei by the Public Playgrounds Association was awarded to the poster submitted b; Alfred Schmidt, and the second prize o $5 to one by Ella May Cumlngs, whlli honorable mention was accorded the worl of Theodore Bolton. Mr. Schmidt and Misi Cumings are both second-year students a ine Mcjuniey scnooi. out Mr. Koiton h enrolled at the Western. These three pos ters In particular showed originality. artl? tic perception and appreciation of thel; special requirements, hut ther8 were nu raorous others which likewise merited hlgl praise. In fact, Jt was altogether a credit able showing and demonstrated graphical!; the value of the practical art trainini which Is now being given In the pubifc schools. The competition was announce* less than a fortnight ago. and the poster were prepared by the students without as fiictnri^A oK A# fKa courses In the public schools Is to cultl vate taste and appreciation rather than de velop artists, it is doubtful if from tiy average art school better results woult have be?n obtained. The lettering especially was notable, and manner of handling tb< designs exceptionally good. After these po? ters have served their purpose they will It Is understood, be sold at auction for tlx further benefit of the playgrounds fund. The Jury to awara the prises was com posed of Mrs. Alice Barney, Mr. Jamei Hpnnr Wnur Mr Tnhn ChorUan VTnll^l and Miss Leila Mechlin. Song Festival Program. Miss Alys E. Bentley, director of the pub lie school chorus, has announced the fol lowing program for the sons festival whlcl Is. to be given the evening of May 17 a the New National Theater: Introductory selections by the Unite* States' Marine Band, under the dlrMthu I of Lieut. Santelmann; "The Heaven* Re I sound." Beethoven; "Bine Danube Walts.' I Straus; "Wanderer's Nlcht Boat." Rubtn 'stein; selections by the Marine Bead i FINANCIAL. ;opi ions in Dividem Over THREE M ed States Mineral Surveyor in His ] jreat Producing Claims of the United : on Three Sides. iPROSF But mark this?It Is for today. If you delay or hesitate, some other that would have been yours. A very limited Amount of stock at i A?r day, aay hour, the telegraph fortut news that will caaae the itx aotlce. A deal of great Importance is now t We say to you In all earneatneas, li twenty-seven years of experience In tl for our FREE BOOK ON COPPER, a we have compiled at considerable cost ments, we will send you a free copy pi not usually published for general dlstr your mining Investments and put your "show you." It will teach you how to malting money from mines like Senatoi must act now. Here la the opportunity of your lift $100 Increasi Supposing Senator Clark had come you: "I want you to invest $100.00 wl posing you HAD Invested that 91 *>-00 is BANG UP AGAINST our mine. Yoi you would be getting every year from WORD FOR WORD?FACT FOR I EXACTLY THE SAME OPPORTUNI1 YOU TODAY. WE ARE NEXT-DOOI COPPER MINE IN THE WORLD. Hall Copp?r'i claims are the ONI Mines of the United Verde. Theae an Verde is making Its millions and wl OUK GU/ We absolutely gwrMtw to Ntn within thirty din after purchase, U made any mlsi**reaeatatloa aa to oui We farther' guarantee to ?tl year year, If for aay reason yon desire to Fill This In ai WRITE I 0. B. BTAJT ISIS KmI Estate Tnut Please send me, without cost or o etc., relating to the Hull Copper Cora Name Address * a y\ You may reserve s for me, pen ? / ? MB FIBST ? " t ; "Sand O- Dee." Clay; "The Kerry Dance," 1 Molloy; "The Boll Bout." Blthae; "The i Flag Goes Br." Loomta; lntermlaalon, with - I selections by the Marine Band; "The Nt#ht ' I Wind." Hadley; "Pippas Sou*," Gilchrist; - I "Miserere," Verdi; aetoctlona by the Marln? ; Band; "He Shall Feed Hla Flock Like a | FINANCIAL. ] P E R ds Adjoins ILES. ^ n h h r* o c 4 i I ti \3l5lf i B I si ^v%"JnRBlF ti I y ^ II ' is Report on Our Property, Showing j' Verde, Whose Rich Deposits Run |?* b , , " 0: >ECT H>, n quicker to act, grasps the opportunity ' present price. " * may bear to na from the mine* In- p k to doable or treble 1> price nltkoit v n >elng negotiated.. n i all the sincerity of practical miners of le mines: uon t aeiay. write at once ir handsomely Illustrated copyright book r< - If you are interested In mining Invest- ir repaid. It (Ives a lot of interesting facts cl lbutlon. It shows you how to protect tl money into sound enterprises that can ti use your Judgment and foresight in a r Clark did. Tou can do it. But you ai la stlme. m id to $80,000 u to you a few years a go and had said to th me in the United Verde mine." Supwlth Senator Clark in his mine, which " i would today be worth 980,000.00. and p that Investment of *100.00-13,800.00. t( ?"ACT?FIGURE FOR FIGURE?THI8 IS FY THAT WE ARE OFFERING TO " t NEIGHBORS TO THE RICHEST J, w .1' ONES directly SKOiaat the real ) the Mines from nblrk the ' I nlted |( w?e ore bodies enter into oars. tl IDAUTCP ?o ?-t- 01 id your money to yon at any time r< npon HTMUfitlaB Ton find we' have In (Mk (or yom at any time wlthla a n: ?rt with It. a : fc id Mail Today. ? >LAINLY. s TOW ft BO If. a Boil dine. Philadelohi*. Pa. C< ibttgation on my part, your literature, ^ ipany. tl * - ei < tl tc tl h. I.'- bi shares ai ding investigation. I 8' le a ... Mr ;j a, i is nfffliL ; w y\ I ?. y \ J s mp-- ' \jgffk n? y ^ ^ t ' > . ra PRIZE. th te _i_ . ? d? Shepherd." Handel; "Come, Ever Smllln* jo liberty," Handel. i i % h< bi LIMA, Peru, May 4.?The government has i decided to send representative* of Peru to w , the coming peace conference at The Hague. *1 IARBIS HAS OPPOSITION (TEST VIRGINIA MIX-UP ON TWO LEADING} OFFICES. l>*cl*I C<*T*?pon?lrDC? of Thr Star. WHEELING, W. Va? May 4. 1007. Opposition has developed In hia home swn to John T. Harris of Wood county, rho aspires K> the republican nomination or secretary of state, and It Is said he will ave a ngnt on bis hands to get the detection. As he has stated he would go Into he convention If he has his own county beInd him, his local opponents Intend to lake that contingency disastrous to his opes. It Is said by those opposing Harris that e left for Charleston the day before the ?eent city election In Parkersburg, Instead f deferring his trip a day longer so he ould \'ote. They say also he never took n active part In local politics, and that he teadlly maintained a position of doubt In le two great gubernatorial tights that hr1ited Wood countv to the ?!<? k'hlte-Freer and Dawson-Teter struggles. Ivery other republican. or nearly so. whs llgned with one of the two camps. but [arris appears to have kept himself reloved from the battle. Moreover, he is ccused of falling; to warm up at election mes when warmth was expected. As against this reputed disturbance on his wn stamping ground Harris lays claim to cordial following scattered throughout le state, and Instanced by his successive lections as clerk of the senate since the !ate went republican, more than a dozen ears ago. His popularity among the memers of the senate was llhuirntut hi- ih? emocratlc minority, which refused to put p a nominal candidate against him, allough doing so for the other places. HarIs is a son of the late Qen. Thomas M. [arris, who was on the commission that led the conspirators to the assassination [ President Lincoln. His qualifications >r secretary of state are unquestioned, and Is popularity elsewhere is conceded, yet Is local opponents have declared war on Im for state convention honors on the round of lukewarmness to the local orinixatlon, and they may get the better of Im. Whyte of McDowell in the Race. Still another candidate Is In training for le secretaryship of state, the office which as developed a large field and which ireatens to become the storm center, In;ead of the governorship. W. W. Whyte [ McDowell, a member of the state senate. ' the latest to receive a boom, and his indidacy will mean heaps of trouble for udge Sanders, from the same section, who i an avowed candidate for governor. The onnectlon between the pressure recently rought to bear on Whyte and the friends t other candidates for governoi is somehat evident. It would Indicate that Canidate Swisher Is beginning to give addional Indications of his political strategy. a iiu guwvt iiuvui iai ?iiiivopucic uiu IIl/l how any decide* change when Judge anders a few days ago personally aproved his boom. He was moved to admit ne soft Impeachment because his silence "as giving strength to the latent senll>ent for Arnold C. Scherr, the state auttor. There are men and Interests who 'ill support Sanders who would just as lief et behind Scherr If he would say the ord, but Scherr backs away from the rospect of a strenuous contest on the adIce of his physicians. If, however, the omlnation can be handed to him In the aiuc ui uai iiiuii/ uc win uunsrui. The gubernatorial situation Is thus sumled up. Charles W. Swisher will win the apublican nomination, or he will be the tan whom the victor must beat. The prlnipal obstacle to his success at present la ie probability of Elliott Northcott being -otted out Although Northcott expresses positive refusal and admits his ambitions re Judicial, it Is believed that he will emuite Secretary of War Taft In due sea?n. Governor's Attitude. There is an interesting story bearing on ov. Dawson's attitude toward the Swisher mdidacy which has popped up out of the sgislatlve aftermath. Dawson has not exressed himself so far, and is certain not > be committal for some time to come, but is reported he has charged Swisher 1th a breach of faith relative to the liquor cense law enacted by the legislature last inter. The story goes that Swisher agreed to a XH) license rate for the saloons, whereas le ^uveruOT wduifu a. raie, su u? iu rovlde sufficient revenue under the new lx reform system. Swisher, as secretary P state, had the Job of personally rep??enting the administration, and he was istructed to work hard for the higher rate C Increase, but he agreed to a coraproilse. which was an increase of only $100 year over the old rate Instead of working >r an Increase two and one-half times as luch. Administration followers declare that wisher put the administration In a wrong ght by his attitude among the admlntratlon supporters In the legislature, und I so would have put the administration in hole financially had not the governor >me to the rescue by lopping off the aproprlations for normal schools and other :ate institutions. Followers of Swisher profess to believe lat on the final round-up the Swisher oranlzatlon will be so strong that the ffovrnor will have to come In. but they admit >e doubtful present look of things. Sena>r Eikltm has been Swisher's backer iroughout his political career, and they ave much in common In a business way, it Elklns owes much to Elliott Northcott, id he would be forced into a peculiar poslon if Northcott should run. Northcott id Swisher have always been close, and wisher did not announce himself until he arned that Northcott would not be a canA o tn or? I* Jo /llffltiiilt t n flctiro nut h n nr orthcott is to run. There U certainly u understanding between the two which still holding. TRADE WITH FRANCE. i Sorts to Be Made to Reach a General Agreement. The attitude of the French government In icllnlng to accept as sufficient for import irposes the tag of the Agricultural De Lnmpni amxfu lu ircan mt-ata i:u? tuunced the State Department officials that ie time has arrived when the effort must s made to reach a general agreement with ranee to govern the trade relations between the two governments. Although tha esent i*sue Is not considered a serious ie, It has served to direct the attention the officials to the necessity of framing program for the treatment of all these sues tnai are developing miween rranee id the United States. In view of the failure of Congress to asnt to any of the proposed reciprocity eatles to which the State Department had immltted Itself in principle, nctabty In e case of the pending French treaty, the ncials are embarrassed in laying out a lurse of action that will prevent a genal tariff war. Their course would have come easier had Congress, while decllng to approve the French treaty, indicated hat Its own desires were. In the abnce of any such definition of policy, the ate Department officials are facing the (cesslty of framing some other method dealing with this Important yuestlou an the one favored at the beginning. The Barber's Charity. Qen. Booth, the head of the Salvation rmy, was discussing In New York the ltl-suiclde bureaus that his church has >ened. "Kindness and charity," he ealJ. "arn ctora of these bureaus. The charity will ! of the right kind, I trust. There are. Hi know, two kinds of charity, arid too uch of it is like the barber's. "There was a poor deacon In Warwick ho had no money and needed to ba laved, and he went from barber to bar>r, but none of them, despite hid holy of:e, was willing to shave him for nothing. "In the end, though, ho found a barber ho, on hearing his tale, said gruffly: " 'Sit down there in that chair." "And thta barber shaved him. But tli>> jtor he ua?d! Dear me, its dull edgo an t e nicks in it! Under the operation tlio an flowed In rivulets down the poor aeon's cheek*. "Suddenly the barber'* dog, in the adin ljl* room, set up a terrific howling. " 't?e still there,' cried the barber. And i muttered anxiously: 'What can they i doing to him?" " 'Alas,' said the deacon, 'I shouldn't onder if soma one was shaving liim out charity.' "