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DESKKRT EVENING NEWS FllIDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1007
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rI CAPTAIN TIBBE
II IS HOME AGAIN
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ft Spant Two Months in the DM
Cobazot Dtoirtot of
Southern Arizona
iI MlSCOT COPPER PROPE TY
i 111 it uwrt Wottf tnr Mf IItffilJ
j OftlMllltr RNHI
I fopprr
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Otpt Ben Tlbbe > nI utaier
t j line a abareboldtr In the Maaeot Cop
par company with iiioinrUN located
naur OM banU Arlaona haa ratarn
tf to toe ally after an abaenre of two
I SthN and exfreeaed hlmaelf today
t If MIll c decidedly well pleaaed with
the piaarea belag made with develOP
MMit work The captain duimg that
ta baa bad a cptendld opportunity to
iIiV the geotagtwl condltluti ID
WIIIIII the mine to situated and haa
IM heaHaacy In aylng that be believe
We Moot mill will develop Into n
iL > producer of copper
U O Hardy of this city who Ia up
m fHlodelit of the property the cap
late declare u daaervlng of much
1 Ui < iC tat Ota dlacovery and acquUI
UM of the tent group It wa taken
tiItI BT lo ayndlcate which formed the
IfaceHt ooMpany upon the advice or
Mr Hardy and the opinion expreaaed
Ih hkt spot at the time baa silica
Intel ooaarmed by development
Chpt Tlbbey u optloilatlc aa regard
a future of copper and declare the
redaction la the price of the metal
lately la not due to overproduction but
that It x due fwraly to manipulation
t He la firmly of the belief that Ute de
r mand for copper will steadily Inoreae
r Aa eta raaaon for thl he PalMs out
the scarcity of fuel now being experi
i enced In every mining camp and M
Mary aueltlng and manufai turtn can
tel In the country There I 0fII way
to overcome thin condition he declaraa
nod that la by the ue of more rtectrte
power It has been found to be cheap
or than team and thin must eventually
load to the dlaplacement of team loco
f MUfti on the railroad and the ibm
trleal rail transportation line lo tha
eountr Copper will be needed for
other purpoHe and thl Increaaad ron
umptlon will naturally lead Ie bet
ter miirket rondltlnnn for the metal
Capt Tlbbcy ronaldem the preeont
market price of rnpper a s being very
atltfactory and If the price lUcY any
> vhere above It rent a pound plenty of
noney can be made out of the copper
linIng business
ON MINING EXCHANGE
rotn Iltt I town era from Yntter
1
layn Jmlclo Quotations 1
On the whole the local market for
mining stocks today was very alls
factory Crown Point which ftgarM In
the decline of yesterday Improved very
perceptibly iron lllossom held It
own o ilid Beck Tunnel Consolidated
but there was a alight softening in
May ADsy On the open board Ohio
Cqprvr wall In demand at UV but no
ea1i 4 were reported at the price Tr
4 IB yil n Copper sold at 1IH cent and
1100 share of Copper OMiwa want at
j emits a share
T Th cloalne quotation and sales
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UNLliTKD 8TOCKB
t 1 Dlctj jied
> tast Copper I
w T Hill 111
S Alkn1 Copper I1t
Copper ii 4
eIIJI Nevada opper 9
01111I Kititucky 1 I I
I 1
GIa 11 11
A M LISTED I1OCU
i Bid Asked
r sB
198
r
hike IOO 400
f 1 Ms IOOft 400n
= Beck 171
UsIa ftK 43
0IeaIeMereur I 43
OM MercurCon K i 41
II Con 4S5 47
r IM 171
I Judce fH 5it
PMV Wool 1110
p 11BIueHIU 100
tIIad Ooatrai 1M 4IS
JIIiHItII Queen 15 4ISM
stta11 im
Lower Mammoth IM 100
L m Dillon M
stammotrt I 8 IM
MAr DayHUU ft ot
Hula 475 otu
Falrvlaw 11 14
I 100 IM
f Kjag MOA
to 04
tleId N 10
coI4M4 fa 44
=
1
0aas
s Mb ae 340 I
Sam Con 13544 liIi
I Liberal 5 10
t Tunnel 1 Ia I 177
Jack 4 41
Mmliii 1 135 40
nPolat n rEf
I4 1 1
au I 15
Ef 17
11 It
Mslu aU 11 It
sTuck II
H Jlo Ii
ead Ajmoonda 1 11 1 1
1IIIf 1 0
South Columbus 11
TO THE PUBLIC
I will jut Un cc tway OMara
ef the feliewino tMs with Get <
ob r1ivocn intludeaii P M I
at 20uOO Hem P4 fa 1li144sne4
Copn St 1l1 OeeeM
1iWow ank lit
Will sH any part i IM share
Uiahldriii kugsr Prefjrr an
B per tsnt as or MJf
i u nnt Mil all Hia s of heal
inuunni tao ill Shill
EDWARD L BOON
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I r IfglVi ii 1
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Todays Ketal Ouotatlons
MIXED 07
mlEII mating UK I
rorFIC tillmde 1
f IH 17 I
4
MEW YORK QUOTATIONS 4
I IICJ I rar 1 no i i n y
COPPER wed H MO 11 Y
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CI CI t t t t 1Jot 0 t +
Mom dm 1 11 55
even Troughs i U 15
Totro M
Viator Con I 12 14
Wabaah I 1
T50tklhCOfl J M 5
MBQUtJUt CAU >
Orand Central 1M at 4H
May Day Ute at M 11M Bt 8 7
I W at 17 aelter M
Nevada nurvtew IeO at It
Uncle Ham lt > at 1I1H l79t St
ilL buyer M IM at 151
Beck Twmel tMO at lTl 1555 4
1T7 buyer M
Colorado ttlS at 805
Crown Point lot nt 74 lMf at Tl
4100 at 78 INSet 77
Little Chief S M at III
Ml Lake 1M at Co >
8k > ui ill at BO 200 at Cl IM A t jf
Victor 100 at US zoo at It
Yankee 4M at tl
OPEN HOARD
Neck Tunnel 100 HI 171 iellir M
rown Point to at 77 aa at W
He at n buyer to
Colorado JM at U S 55 at Me
buyer M
Cause MO at J7S
Iron Haaaom lOOO at St
houR Con 1400 at tt 1M at IS
ICtOrCon500stf3 1IISt124
I 00 at II
Tanker 700 at 44 LIlt at II 500
at tt ioo at M buyer M US at 17
buyer MRBCAPCLATIOH
RBCAPCLATIOH
RIICAPCLAtIOIlAIDOUflt
Btaifea Amount
Regular Male 7AU I 3551255
open Board 11780 80455
Forenoon toials SLItS J 3587585
P M Ulll1W 1c Its
SloeM arc
Albion 1 110
Ak 1 11
Ajax 1 n 11
Bullln Rso II 11
srIpa 1
Creole
rAm Mfrtur 55 48
eoumbu eolO 485 415
Daly 1Is 111
Daly Jude 145 551
Daly West U
JEqIe Ifeet
Eagle A 81 Bell 855
Orand fntNi 455 LII
horn Silver 55
IndIan Queen I
Little Bell 1 I os iu
2wr lammotb 1 SIN I 588
Lou Dillon I
Mammoth 115 I 115
lay Day I 05
Nevada un 1
Ontario 888 t N
flllvr JCtIttII I
amento M 55
atar < oimo1t4mj 41 48
Stray Deg 35
Swansea
South Swanuca 11
lTlaIt Mine sN
Uncle Sam Con JU16I 151
Victoria J 55 I 05
Oltlr Liberal M 1S
Heck Tunnel L74 In
Black Jack tJ G
Bulbodc
rAJlorado llInlntr LU ISO
Cro1ln Point 71
Ingot I 0
Ibex
Iron DloaIIom s 10
Tno 11 u
Little CIef Ii j4
Kountaltl Lake 11 11
New York U UYi
Richmond AnllCODlia 11 21
SCOttISh Chief 55 55
South Columbus 110 115
SIotIx Con 51 11
Svearouih Ii 11
Teire N It
VIctor Coli 11 11
abaak 55
Yankee COn1I 55
ItEQULAR P II SALES
Uncle gain Con 18toOllI
Beck han 10000J175
Blank Jack 100Oil
Colorado K009IOO buyer 10
Crow 1olnt I0097S 3500O
buyer It ieo7 buyer 10 100t 77
too ft 78 buyer 60
Mountain Lake 17000U
Sioux OB lOOOOH seller 10
Vhtor Ton 100011 H
PARK OITY STRIKE
Ns ntauc In Sllimllwn ul Duly Wust
Ami Oilmr 1ItIII
There was no cbaag reported today
In the strike Ituatlon at ark City at
the oalce ur the Daly West Daly nn < l
Omuilo Mliilii companies only Unit
the employe who hare men It u
thiow up their job Me being paid off
ax fat aa they call fur their lima
President J E Bamberfer said today
that th company had received appll
talkms from a loud iiuuy mm bo
IUlIled to work in th < > < lnet of the
strikers but as yet no nt w mm have
been taken un and probably IKW
Mould be for some little lim
W arc not ready to take on any
ralasfs said Mr Itamberter but
whan we do tM usual number will be
t back on the pay roll again
Mr Bamberger wy the 111111 tn >
doe not propose to discriminate
aojainat union minor In favor of non
union meL nor haa that bees the poli
cy of the company in the pan The
fart that a man belong ta the union
Is no bar to securIng employment Th
Mine are open to union and nonunion
mm Uk110I
The arhoi trouble ut the Bambergvr
mtaa originated because the nuutage
IMAt 4lrhurged a shift boas In tha
Daly Weal nine fur g < o4 and MaVUat
reuse The Miners union demanded
a rHMtatriiient lit the man and la
addition ihe uiilmi wanted i llllioal < in
lo allow organic lo drculat among I
the p en employed about the alas and
mill This demand brine rftaa the
strike ws called
tVMldeiit UambergKi MV the com
pany prefer to have iteutral men ta
responsible position and tat policy
01 the company emma to have been dIe
tasteful ta thy union
DUXU I UfUOa
nil iJluiuund Qwiu Mlulnx and
Milling nimpsiiy nled anlele uf m
iimratlon with the vtr > > lar > uf
Male this morning Thu tontpany U
irguniMd to do bualiif s In JuJb itiuu
l > with 1 cupliul tOok uf iOUUui > and
lakf o nr the Slhei King Mlnlog
ilulrii roe I I 4 1 and S The
Icr i if the innipuii uif H 4lus
uldl piindeiit w H HiauRaiiberg
I vue pKslrtwiii j K ovuuner am > re
Ur > iiinl Juh LSI son treasurer
1
WILL KAXC A OHAVOX I
dIIit iio Lt Mr > I
II lilli i N h
II4fll HTI Th i I i
I MiMH
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COPPER OUTPUT
PRESENT YEAR
Some Interesting Figures Com
piled by a Wall Known
Mining Publication
DECREASE IN PRODUCTION
Tltfe N Slxmii liy OiniwrMii 1lli
IC citril dir IJIItfillrIe
Iteporl
we have received report from all
part of till refiners In the United
55 Ma with the exeopttofi of one says
the Kntlneeriita and Mining Jour
nal of their prootection of electro
lytte copper In 100T up to Sept 1 lit
the ease of the one from whom re
port has not been received we have
bean able to make an estimate of Its
production that ne have reason to
belIeve la close to the actual figure
These tattttc ahnw that the produc
tion of electrolytic oippvr In the
United Mate during the first eight
months of INT wax 5S1MOOOO
pound Thai III nt tho rate of IH
090000 pounds fi the year
We estimate the production of Lake
copper during the same period at 11
000000 sounds Accordln to pub
lished reports which we believe to lie
approximately correct thr output of
this district ha been running about
10000000 pound ahead of that of
1505 which It maintained would give
114000000 pound for thc current
year
EIGHT MONTHS RECORD
In the following table wt give the
production for the flrat eight months
of t07 In tha ant column the es
timated BraOteotlon for the year It the
same rate ha maintained In the sec
ond column slid the actual production
In ISIS in the third column The
production of electrolytic copper In
100 la takea as reported by the U 8
geological survey the production of
Lake copper from our own statistics
Production Rt electrolytic and Luke
ecufjar
1107 III 1
I mo Rat Actual
Blertro
18OIOMII tis081
tytato si2sa I ow ww
LaM tMooooN tCIOOQfI > J34 UUI
Totals 1510051 IOBOIOO 104 < H7Ttl
The above statistics represent the
production of refined tlhltalIn final
marketable form and are not to be
confuaed with the taUstlc of do
mestic production reported annually
by the Journal and the U S geological
survey which are based on the cop
per content of blister copper except
of course In the caaa at Lake Super
ior and represent nwfe nearly the
direct induction of im Mines
The above statistIcs show that the
production of electrolytic and Lake
copiwr during the aNt eight months
of 197 was at a aUfffaHjr bus rate than
In 158 The falling oft was actually
a little more than II hare shown be
cause certain rennees In this year have
contorted Into eleatrtytio copper what
formerly they marketed II casting
coppei the greater difference between
the price of the two grade having
mad It more profitable to sell aa
electrolytic
The above statistics do not represent
the total production of American re
finer IruMHflMch ae they do not Include
the production of casting copper nor
do they Include the pig copper which
ia exported
DKCRBA81 IN EXPORT
The export ofrefined copper during
the Ural eight month of 1M7 have been
about KOOOOOW pound which lo a
heavy decrease from the corresponding
period of 1105 The government statis
tics are available only for the first
even month of the year These tttow
export of copper M metal and In ore
and matte of MUM long ton agaInst
hUll In the corresponding period of
IMC On the other hand Import la
creased from K7UI long tons In 1M6
to 75451 In 1M7
1RKSKNT ACCUMULATION
The reporta which we have received
as to stock of refined copper In first
hands on Sept 1 IM are not suffi
ciently complete to enable us to give
figure on the bait of direct repot
There was probably about KOMOOO
pound In stock July 1 SInce then the
production Including castIng copper
baa probably bees about 38MMO pound
per day or 1MMMM pound for July
and August Th axporta during those
months were about M000000 pound
Home of the copper exported was deter
red shipment of metal produced and
sold prior to July L and some was pig
topper but on the other band there
wa some copper dispatched to do
mestlr consumer and probably It I
on the whole reasonable to reckon a
total deduction of UOOOOOO to 80000000
pounds Thl would Indleutv a stock on
Sept I of iwoooooo to ioooooota pound
Our knowledge of the holdings in cer
tain hands lend un to believe that the
actual tomb wa not In ri H of lbS
hitter figure which IH ronmdnubly Iras
than was mmopil ut UM > niu > Tile
stock ha probably in < nromMl some
what since Hfpt 1 und by Kept 11
may have boon ci high aa 1HAOOOOM
pound We do riot brlleM It was at
that time In eacsss of that figure Un
der normal conditions thin would not
be an alarming accumulation Of
course Ibis estimate doe not tat Into
account the crude copper In transit und
process of rsttning which In UIe cae
of electrolytic is normally between two
and three month production It may
be also that unreflned metal ii being
held bark In some oases but wa do
not believe thAI has occurred to any
considerable e Unt
InlIJII ear VAOATIOW
etiiktk f r l Iaii wi 141 Mtttcv hi
lag INwefjil Hi illtlftt
liIeclal lo tile NOWSI
ark City Ltah Sept nu ta
very evident that tha rrnnojt
mnt of the Ualy West Daly sad oa
ttilo mlue ha decided that IhOOW
pinpcrilii are to remaIn closed tn
diflullilv The mule Uttl to cr
ate ore train un the varlnu hoists
S hero mlnlag has been roodui tud are
being brootfrit to the > n lao Home
uf the animal haws > n in th mine
for two year
About 100 ni i i i i 11 M r
an asTIc fi 1111 Hm < 1 wen rnld
oft IO1 v
NEW LEAP MINE
WMrl > ew lAepniajtua Is alumina j
II II IIII i
I
lit jS Puga i IllllVS 5I 111 I
> 4 fieni id i i Irll > f < ln > Iciii
i K M t i m s I 1 h > 5 rill
i li J t I i
+ < < ooXo > <
I
f PARK CITY MINER 1
KILLED BY CAVEIN
r
1 lipedal to the New
Iark City Utah lap K r
r John 1 Holland a miner in the
+ employ of the silver Xing rnall k
x lion Mln ii company wa caught 1
J In a caveta In the liver Klnx 1
S mine tola afternoon and killed J
+
O + + + I
= =
of the town of Lrnmlngtnn In Mlllnrd
county
Thin mmpany wa oTrHIIE1 h > a
syndicate et hit Lake pcn > i < sOIflP IH
tie time ago and rcoent dlnlJmnl
there have been of n < harulf which
leave little doubt In th > mind of
thOM tntereated that II I Rom to be
come a proH fer or ImdKllvei ore of
cfltMtderaMt eonwgunn > > Altogether
abnttt MO filet of development work
has been done An Incllnt albeit hu
been put down 4 ° fert a drift Iiis
baen ran IM feel on the 200 levd HII
sother one 00 It cm thy IIM level till
amtber for a dim ami of U feet on
the 70foot level On the latin level I
Sew drift fti8W in K feet has in < oun
ttncI what appear to be a large body
III ore 0 the 10foot level coniridcr bl
are has bean exposed and it aaay
from II to M per cent lead and 15
omtcea In diver The company is build
tap a bunk home and getting in good
shape for the winter
A PESSIMISTIC VIEW
Tight Money IH IiiifcCl IM pon lblc
lor IlWMint Copper Ciiiulltloit
Iollock Special Wire
Bo on Sept 11A leading co pr
Int reat says 1 dont Nt anything
very encouraging at the moment In the
copper situation It III not so much
a question of whether price are right
as H U to the time when copper manu
facturer will receive order for good
The surplus copper amount to 200000
lOt pound Tills Is only about two
month conaumntion under normal
condition At the time of the syndi
cate collapse the Mirptoe waa equal to
a year consumption It II unlikely
hat the producer will carry the stock
of copper until such time aa the de
mand appear Certainly copper I not
good collateral U is probable that
money could be borrowed on copper
at gay t canto a pound in EJurope
INDIAN QUBEN CON
Stock of Ilontpr County Concern Has
toon lUUtl on lixilmnge
The lilting committee of the Salt
Lake Stock A Mining exchange ye
terdav Instructed Secretary Shorten to
give th Indian Qun Consolidated
Mining company ituck a Position on
the big blackboard
According to the Information fur
nished the exchang th Indian Queen
company la the poIInr of 1 patented
and unnatanted lode mining claims I
an uaJte
titled in the San Franclaea mange of
mountains and not r far from the
Blackbird and Newh u mine In Cop
per Gulch I iii stated that the tress
pr
Heir ef the organtiatlon lisa 8 on
hand at the present time to b used In
the development and oqulpnMttt of the
Ilrt A pipe lliw is twins put
In to anpnly the camp with water a
buardlnc house 1 being erected and
brdlll
other Improvements ure being mad
preparatory to the Inauguration of a
very vigorous Imp n of development
The Indian Queen U considered t bn a
property of merit and those interested
in the enterprise fel cdhfldant that Itt
will develop Into a iiropoelttoli aa good
aa omt o the best In Beaver county
The company ban 200000 there of un
I Issued sleek
NEW COPPER DISTRICT
I
Camp Wltliln T rehe Mllcw of AVvMcrn
Intlllo Create I Stir
Edward Copley who is quite exten
Ively Interested In the Iloaebud min
InK district in Nevada is a late arrival
from that camp and report consider
ablo excltarnent over the discovery of
a new CIr district situated north
and west o Rosebud As has been the
cane with other Nevada copper camp
Halt Laker were among the fut on
the ground and the fortunate one this
time are William Anderson and several
other who are wild to have found a
property In which they bavv exposed a
vetn li feet In width much o which
ven
II high gmd or T location is on
the south and of Jaokcon mountain and
ii about It mileS from the right of
way o the Weitem 111 Borne o
ham been found oontMlnlns masaaa ot
native copper an from which aaaayn
aa high am 71 per cent copper have 1
obtained
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET
James A Pollock Company turn
lh th following quotation on Neva
da today mining Mock from 8an Franctwo
COM3TOCK
Opblr llteiltti Mekkun 45545
Gould A Curry M0I4 Con Va I
5551 SJavare OH Hale A Norcroaa
tl f > Yellow Jackal 155 bid Bel
cher IS ft it Sierra Nevada 6SOM
ICxchequir 34 > 16 Union KflD
TONOIAH
Tonovli Nevada l tst lo sii Moot
taR Tuiuipah MtH Tonopali Ixt
UeOflSi MatNamara l > II Midway
81 Tonopah nelwont 2U asked
Tonopoh North Iw1 bid Ohio T
all 355 West Hnd Con I H1
Rescue 4ilO Tonopah and California
I4fi Qoldrn Anchor M10 Jim Butler
tWtTO Cash Boy 101 Boston Tonopah
II asked Monarch lu Kxi Tpp
JOLDF1BLD
8andstin 400J4C Mohawk 14 UU
bid ivl 1 > 15535 Jumbo Bit
117 Hoi 4u Vernal 11 asked Penn
sylvania ita Kendall tl bid Both
iilvSO DIn Ball litltl Adam t
Vll ttllvri Pick 14 > 45 Nevada
Boy 6H BLack Uutte Ext 5437
BUM Bell UfVll Wile lilt I Gold
Held Columbia U Wd M Ivis 500
6 Coiiqui 10 asked Black Rock
1 < H Lon HUT IdfclK Q
Wonder asked Puilatch 40
asked I M JIOJ17 Kendall
Km 2 sandstorm Kxt 4
iiia Wan 44 Atlanta 33U3i
Ot Hend 4iu 4 Umrorone 12 asked
Kmpln 1 ikel Red To Bxt JOWJt
Floruiue L Siirtiaj Ie B B COIL
2 O21 < iol4eM n1 lK > eiU4tt
commoiiwualth M asked Comb Kiao
ilin lOuolijv at Bend Kxtcn M
bit Ot Bend Annex I asked Mill
toaui 2K bid R I Bonunsa 5435 Kt
wallop 6 akd tCxneraldii 10 a lw > d
Portland 16 asked rUi in iju k It
014 J Mohawk lOOaskeil Hil hIlls
tsiM hiwk Kxten 7f I I H lion
141 10 > Titfir 14120 UCMMiliiii 120
I H I1 I XII ii asked 1 Hut lit
a Col Mt Kxtin 5 lioldeld Cof
1001 6i Dfiuld Triangle IUII
OTHER DISTRICTs
Kiur fn rilhcr King 10 tkl Vilr
Mi w KIKIH 110 b Ne4dii Ill 4M
uskil IHi liig Silver 1iiuk IIUQIU
Noilli Him Winder f > a k1 itgles
Nici iii Huby Miii < t < i ankil
All i < i r V M I r 3 ask 1
IIILLlfROtl
Miguel l ii Uullfiot Mining 10
asked Mont in ttullfriig 2a Nation
al Hirk I ijkid I ItuiiU 11
Aiuti ii I ifl C1M liui f6
I IC 1 I Wi I
Ih kil lulfli
Anti x 11 jti mile Ilal L eki I
lMsyIta I 2s520 1IIrY
ht i Cn i6 U 4 H K uiik
UI Mit4icanust Stilt w iluute
tak < con I asked Y < lo 305
Trai I ml Vleiii M I North
Hit I IfA 0 > > lll i I tI
St IATr
IATr
Mi i 4 1 1 1 I
ii MI i g ovk I f I 4
I i
GOOD STOCKS
Par Market Annunl flab o
Ate price dividend Inveemont
Z C M L I 10 S IN S 22 l8preont
Ilom Itr iMWMtre C 105 1W Jl 4 pit 05511
1H 21 fl 3 pcr Cost
Deaerat
D fMteiwl itonk I 51 pr
100 ZS 11 M itoceant
State Bank W Utah e 1 a J
Utahldaho gtegar C preferred stock 10 10 T7 per edit
We salt buy you any of the above named stocks today lt tie flrtea
quota The miraal per cent O the Investment I a M M ISS tUIY
thom whe have their own money and desire I permanent IIKMMM producer
cannot do better than bay tb preferred stock e the UtahIdaho Sugar fcm
value U J10 In
shall and the par
pany This Mock Mile for about JOper th
the judgment of some o the moat conservative Investor thta twk will soon
go to par tl jwr share In th meantime tfcosa WhO now buy rwrfve
quarterly dividend o 17H cent per shri each crtl < makttw 7T per cent
per annum on present e n any advantasjo thai 050505 f an increase
in martet alue We ahail b glad to lilly I r any amount of stock
rou desire charring tb fir market price on thA day your order II received
We have lupplled same good block o stock for other ana will do o for you
In writing send the amount you wish to Inveat either In Arm of your check
I un bank by a bank dlaft or by exprew ar poet efltaa moo1onIor
OEOROE M CANNON CO
Real Ibrtate and Commercial StOCks and Beads Wo desire your orders
for anythln In our ln >
Boom lllU TewipJetaw Bulldin r Salt Lao City Thenc Bell 5
5 8 Humphry I bid Dexter 10 ask
ed L JO Z3 Crescent 1 bid Com
bination 10 Granny 1 k Mus
tang 10 J18 Little Orcy 1 asked Cow
Roy 4 nuked Original Manhattan P
asked Bronho 7 asked IMwmut f 9
I Buffalo 4 asked Stray Dot t Md
Y liorse 3 < 8 > S Indian Camp S bid
Standard 1 asked
NiriMING QBTS ORB
I Pollock Special Wire
Boston Sept IT Boeton New a
reau says The Nlp4alnjr truck o
In the crosscut at the tot level on
the Kendall vein shaft ytterdy morn
Kendl aaft
Inc The foundation are being laid
for a now compressor plant at th
Kendall vln
CONCENTRATES
Col William A Pariah ii In the city
on one if his perlod al buanes tripe
The CherokeeNevada Mining company
patty la In the market with a car load
of hIgh grade copper ore
T Utah Mine at Wh Spring bail
finished timbering the main working
shaft to the loa o eighth level
W Lester Mangum of l > mvo ha sold
his neat on th Salt Lake Stork
Mining exchange to T k Kelly of
gprtngvtlle
The regular quarterly dividend of >
oeni a shere hu been annotlnoed
from the head office of the Tonopoh
Mining company In Philadelphia
The ore and bullion settlement re
ported late yesterday by McCornlck
Co were Crude ore and concentrate
JUd00 baae bullion 1505
Broker II II Cole II in Tnt today
arranging to open a branch oftlce at
Eureka of the flrm of Child Cole A
Company G A Shepherd Is to b
placed In charge
The miners of the Verlngton Nev
district have decided not to ask fo
an Increase In wage and they have
signified to the operator of the district
that they are very well atl0ed with
prevent condition
T article o Incorporation of the
Lion Hill Consolidated Mining company
Hi Caldtd
Lon
pany which war formed M a result
of the merger of the Northern UlBhU
Columbia and Chloride Point mUtes In
the Mercur n Camp Floyd and Opblr
districts have been tie with the p
per Itt and county officials
STOCK PRICES I
SHOW DECLINES
New York Sept 17 Frt price of
ltk showed harp ilecUno from last
night Dealings were generally email but
itW chare of United States changed
hand at n1 and I compared with I H
hat niffhu New York Chicago A St
I u dropped IS Heading Northern la
rlflc Krle Seat preferred and American
Car preferred a polut Sugar sold at an
advanre of V There nvre signs of chart
covering In the Hill Blocks Union Pa
clflc Heading a American Smelting
whi < li caused momentary steadiness unUI
cal at ee
th copper began to break har > ly The
d op In AaaJfBMMted copper and Ameri
can 8nultlng dova price ot other stock
buck ngiln t near the opening pr <
LIVESTOCK
CHICAGO
CIo Sept t7Caitl Ki celpt
about tao MarXst steady Beeveij 4 iwt
751 cow a betters lJMjO 40 Texas
teen I40S4M salves < MB 1O west
ern a ute 40914 Htoeksrs and feeder
IlogReceiit aboat 1400 Market
steady to to higher Light SU44f mix
ed iMsMTO heavy SMM01I rough i7
t40 e p 4W4XJS balk o al w 16r
t40Kheep Ricelpta about SOo Market
klrady Native IM0L40 18n 3tOlG
t I earlltlgs D4DWOJU lambs 41
j i eswterp 47M7W
KAli CITY
KHUSK City Sept CCaitleRclpl
30 m Including OK southerns Market
taijy to strong Native steers 474V
7 ui southern teen 1055455 southern
eutb
town OiljI15 native cow aad belt
rT O1 Mocker and feeders 1005
i bull t400M76 valves 1045110
WIFKIII row 1M4MOO
ll < sK oelpta louo Market Steady
Bulk uf Kp I heavy OMHK
r3kers SMSSJP p and light fOttj
nbespWeceltfta tout Market weak
Muttons VOMJIII lamba 1047 raag
wethers kOafl l i fsdws 4MHIO
WOOL
f LOUIS
St UwU8B4 JWol steady Wt
Bn Mediums 1855
1
PRODUCE
ItICAUu
ChUa i Sept rTi40 > wbat nuuiktm
was iilllied lu toe weak at Ihu uprnln
ioda > bxMsj of shipment from Argeu
i 114 nlmh were liner than xpId
i und low i 1CSl on th MlnneapitUs ciub
i II < niii r wheat opened s to fe In S I
ii u CM to MRkttl Wt 1t111 at lun4 MHO
I I h > 1 lined to IIJI
H aU dull and prin nun I
j u f lUgber prtus si Utirpi
I Wt weather llirriihotil the Nil Ixll
spill lotal nxflpl will h ara below uc
1
llljiei Joorrmt il1 4 10 40 high
ft Ml ° r v Il < III iliHI to bK Hml
Illllnl l I
Ill u in i ki w H 1 niluiglt Hull
11Ill IH IIIH i I I l > wiSllU Ill I s
were Illlli I mi i 00 a 011114 U1
IIh i J 1 < iii at NIa
Th I I II I it55 5154 Iw
un > 001 I K 1 i r fi ihs hoes Jun
ur > ix rk a > i < > ad > 02 > luwr at 1 ti
I tu I JO ljirl MSI ullflisiitfi to < Jilxli
rr m k 7l li 1 Itiln er mi I i iui 1
11
11 I I tiC
I
II r I <
t tJ I w 7it
KegiSteody at mark cases Included
I fWI1IICOAR
SUOAR AND corrmc
New York Sept fj Sugar raw firm
Fair refining itf centrifugal M test
IH molasses sugar S
Meflned 4Meady Crushed IW powder
ed 110 granulated Srt
Coffse 34esdJ Xo 7 RIO Mi No 4
Santee
s
OGDEN REPUBLICANS
IWhllll1 Convention TOIIIIIollr
CuntllilutnH for iMnjur
Special to the News
Ogdon Sept t7Tlie Itepubllcan tiP
convention opened at 11 oclock thl
morning In the Fifth ward amuse
ment hall After a abort address by
Chairman K T Ilulanlakl John b
Hagley was named II temporary chair
man with Carl E Allison secretary A
speech followfl by Mr Bagley and
then adjournment was taken till 3
oclock
The order of business thl afternoon
will Include the following nominations
Mayor judge recorder treasurer au
ditor attorney and the selection uf
the city emblem
There are four candidates for mayor
Or A S Condon William Craig presi
dent of the city council A R Hay
wood and Edwin Dlx All Indication
point to Dr Condon being In the
toad
J O Murphy will undoubtedly be ro
nominated for the judgealilp by accla
mation
There are two candidates for city re
corder W J Critchlow and Ernest 1
Brown The fact that Mr Critchlow
baa already served three term in re
sponsible for a sentiment In favor of
Brown
For city treasurer Thomas D Farr
F J Ilendenhot F F Dalton and
Seth Thomas It looks like Farr
Florence Y Stanford the present In
cumbent will undoubtedly be nominat
ed for auditor
Candidate for city attorney are Da
vid Jensen and James II Devlne
The permanent otllcer of this after
neons session were Rudolph Kuchler
chairman and Carl Anderson secre
tary
A S OAMPllEIiIj
Stock Broker 211 D F Walker Dlock
UNION ASSAY OPIICE
21 S Ilanauer J V Sadler
112 So West Temple P O box lUG
GKO Q CANNON ASSOCIATION
BROKKItS tl E So Temple Both
phones 810
CANNON CANNON Mining Stock
Broker 18 B a Tarn Both Phones
B M West t Co stock brokers
D F Walker nUt Both phone of
fice and residence
P It Snow t Co Stock Broker
tt Commercial Elk Both Phone 1973
ninlConan Co
Custom Assayers and Chemist 160
South West Temple SI
HELP WANTED
8KWBR8 WANTED 1MMKDIATELY
Apply 7 C M J ItcUll Suit Dept
JOHN C CUTLER JR I
INVESTMENT BANKER
ttitabltshtd 1KB
DONDS I
UCAR STOCKS
I BANK STOCKS i
Other lllih Grade Investments
Bought and Sold I
M Main fit Tloth Phones IrT
T i
I
Knight Mangum Whitney
COMPAMY
STOCK BROKERS
ALL MINING AND
Commercial Stocks
M wbriSUUI e Stock and
MWsg EXMUJC
Salt Lake Offio 69 12 Miln Street
lJpeuI
1rvc Mflea 24 N Aciaewv Ave
PrIvee win aatwa Pay sad
Salt Uko
UkoSolicitod
cMfiIII Solicitod
1
CHILD COLE a < CO I
t3rokers
zoo Atlas Block Both Phone US
810ell Uurhl sot hold on 4 ui ii
Ii 0
TS1II1UDi1I
BETTLES MATHEZ CO
ASA CUEMIOAI ana MET F
ALLUROICAI LADOKATOHY
HI Souttl Wait Tempi St Sail LakvF
I1Ihon mi Independent
Dealt opened fr all kinds of I UIRFM
DOUGLAS A SWAN
Public Accountant
119 Mrrrantllc Annen
Phone Bell W9 It
l H l > r > ltory
DESERET
I
NATIONAL BANK
Salt Lake City rtah
Capital unrmy
urphw 300I i
L ft HLL8Prld
MOSES TnATClfIllR Vice l rld
H B YOUNG inii
BtXJAIl I nlIAIt O 1
L W BURTONAt i v
Safety Deposit llnxw for Rent
L
IWIIL
THE STATE BANK OF
UTAH Bait bI City
Established 18W
Solidti accounts of Bank From 1
and Individuals and extend i
totnerc every reasonable c uinVlO
and facility
Joseph F Smith i sii
Anthon H Lund Vie 1d
Wet B Preston Virp lr
Charles S Burton Cl h
H T MrKwnu At t
u
CstabHahed 1JoI
Utah Commercial
Savings Bank
tnt F R18T1tONarret r
BTIION anoo cult
Commercial flankIng in ill n
Branch Four pet rent Interest l4
on saving deposits
ACCOUNTS 004tCITED
I U COBORIPT II p ng
Presldont a
OlISN WJ ACCOITNT Vlu
Commercial National Faok
All Exponent of CorlervaUm un
blned with FntClprJ
A IL PnABODY vat Ca hlw
h
I
McCornick Co
BANKERS
SALT LACE CITY tTAlI
Established ISTt
WALKER BROS BANKERS
neflrDor1ted tablJhM IIILI
arltal n UMorun
Surplus lirvS
AboorUd the Salt Lake Siano of
V UFareo A Cos Bint
II
National Bank of the Republic
u H DEPOSITOtY
FRANK KNOX prsie
JAM1S 4 101tnRAYVlc Pr 1
W F ADAMS
CAPITAL ANT BfRPLUS lt 000
A thoroughly modern savlnts < te rt
men conducted In ronne < tlon with ihli
ink RU deuoelt boles for rent
h
l he Descrct Savings Bank
DmEcrons
XT W RUn President M an
Thatcher Vice President rilai
Smith Caihlsr Proddntr JI r
Barnes John C Cutler tlavld rc
dUnA V Canton Qe irre Hm1
J II Winder Gore Butherla I
Reed Smoot W P Jam s
Ftour Per Cent Interest Paid or
Bavin is
W B McComick W F Adams
Pre t VlceIr
UTAH NATIONAL BANK
ALT LAKE CITY UTAH
Pays Interest ot time deposits tide
d 1t box for rent
pltal and Surplus JfAOCC
rho R Cutler T Pine Nelson Ca
1 i
James A1 lQUOCk
Be Co5
BANKERS AND BROKERS
No6 West 2nd South St
SALT LAKE CITY
DIrect private wire connection
with nil markal of the world
Cemfnlsalon ordur promptly ex
ecuted anywhere Ve con In
stantly reaoh any New York or
Motion Stock Qxcii nge House or
Chicago Board of Trade
Ierfeet sirvUo In the Nevada
Units
l
r
rItr
Jell Phone Hi tnd IUn rUA
Henry E Browne
Utah Investment
WU5Jarl0 JlWf
113 So Mla St
IlMNG STOCK
M Doupht STOCKS I
on CommlBBlon
aOIP3 W H TIBBALSi
JHtraM nnlMlnj Both Poni 1811 I
Jolla A Kirby llufua K Cobb
rs K COBB CO
IMINBU BTOCJC ANt GONGS
OllhOlloJDU till Uoll thAi
11 Wist tnt Mbuib Ot
HALT > AKa i iTT VTAII
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