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I 6 DESERET EVENING NEWS TUESDAY FEBRUARY 18 IflOS
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t MINING BUSINESS AND STOCKS 1
r DALY WEST MAKES
Fi GDOD SlmWING
Notwith
ij Park City Company
2 standing Handicaps Closed
j r 1907 With Good Balance
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4 EARNINGS SINCE BEGINNING
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t t
o ompnnI IWlrnoo Tool Up to
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Ji f 1IlIIIIs Jjlltl
1t i k
i Ut6 annual meeting ot shareholders
Q of the Daly West Mining company wni
c held In Denver late yesterday nftcr
ion nnd tho retiring b alI of directors
fc cWlstlng of J K HamBergcr AV S
otflstlng
J McCornlck FnmK Hngenbarth I C
McMillan and William II Dlckeon was
ret ncil for another year The now
board will probably meot for organlza
tlon ulthln a week
According to tho financial dlatomint
given out by BeeCoMnllKtovlnlnS
the receipts for Urn yoar 1907 Including
the I15131SC4 cMhonhlll1 at the be
ginning of tho year amounted to 1
22876417 while tho disbursements wero
192309686 leaving a Ijalanco on hand
IXt 3 of 30503731 In addition to
this tho rbsorvd fund contained JS
83275 Ahiong the dlsburseminti was
S was
1278000 in dividends
Since tho Incorporation of tho Daly
West company Its shareholders imvu
leceived a total of 55877000 In divi
dend while the total earnings during
I that period were tit9750
Puling 1907 tho company treated or
I bhlppod 24850 dry toO of fire Ofciudo
Ir there wero 8621 tons which pro
f lucod 243001 pounds ot copper 226lr9S
pounds of lead 36060 ounces gold and
367531 ounces Oliver amounting to
r 21295957 net Ot Imoultng the
t company shipped 7180 dry tone which
i pinduced 229250 pounds of copper I
211972 pound O lead 3M06 ounces gold
add 4079G1 ounces silver amounting to
36840432 Ot miscellaneous me tho
ff company marketed RS5B tons which
1tprdlced 201579 pounds of copper J
otclPlcr
C84S95 pounda of lead 28430 minces
gold and 2CSG3 oiincci silver amount
Ing to JICSDICCR
ThIN brlngu the totuLIILP follawn
V PoUndf o popper produced 673890
i pound of lead SOSO456j ounces gold
ouloes Sold
f 1991 ounces ot ullvej 1Q42M2 Total
t > not value 77167914 Totn
Tho nvoruio asMtya ot the crude oro
OiuIRColoI SllVer 4313 ounces
goo 00423 ounces lead 1343 par cent
hi copper 14 per cent not average per
ton 12861 Concentrates sti
tolf8I Concenlutes Silver D4H4
SIi r5rt
i educes gold 00408 ounces copper153
pot cent net avrrogo IHM ton 14SS5
t iMtacellaneoUH Silver 3010 ounces
lold 00321 ounces lead 9 per cent
topper 114 per cent net average por
it 7 ton 833
r
J DULL DAY FOB STOCKS
i Brokers JIiul IJitlo lo Do During tliu
y l Jorcnoon Cnllg
i ttrh tnornltijr sales of tho mining
I ejtclwngo rooted Up to not tholutns
Thru WRB little llfo to tho market
gri vanywhom and thcro was little Induce
w181te Indl
1 i Ji ment for miyono to buy with the ex
I rj C pcctatlon of I quick turn The metal
lelal
situation Is
t lltonI living a depressing effect
nno until conditions becomu ltect
llols more set
j Ucf the boUt 1 H expiessed Ilore thcro
< thD
1blte chang for tho batter as
far the boier I
M general market is
con
corned COi
Colorado sold down today but
moat
of the IO
ot Tlntic stocks held their
hell own
I Ohio Copper yam nfiected by the Blng
ham Consolidated deal mimi moved off
while Uncle Sam ar
Consolidated
wlllo
I al Con80JdaiM dropped
7 < ito 62 cents Pederal Ely troppll
I te i nUB ccntH E
Tho
closing ciuoatIoiiH and 5a109
r w ro
iX UXLlSTKD STOCJCS
C I nl1 I In
Oto Copper <
7
edral EJ3 U
BI I
1rnma 11
ln1lClplllr O
i > prlnrtOI Copper 09 ii
tnnda nl COJJI 23 1
1 > fIJI Ii C aJI 3 GO i rH
Flagstaff
IlnlIla < 2
A M LIHTUD STOCKS
fF HtochH I 11 I ASII
MWon
AhiCO 425
AjLX
< Btlon Uetk 125 5
Ct lIIn JllJ 4
reoJ
CrIlc
U
con 1
c CInMcrclr 37 2 43
CQllnlbus Cn 160 I 72 m
Dil I 2 1721
Dll Judge 45 GOO
flaIy Vst 82h
Blle1 Nest 81
I ogIc l3hmu
H iht 1 ri
111 1 ro
Grand Central
Grlnd Conrl 2 80 2 o
Iorl SIr 1
JleHnnQuen fl S l j
Little UaII I 2
Jier rnmmoth 1
Loll Dillon 03 I
Iamtoth t 187 l9i
2luy Day 3O4 1 31 ½
Nevada Hls 2 310
Novln I roh 04 I It
Ontnrjo f 350
Sncrnmlnto oa
fvN Shlol O I
8tray DII oa
fwan n I
Q South t1ynni 18 i
Utah lnu 1 1 I 11
UIOIU 1
icIo fIIICon 63 a f
Victorhit 9
Ilng Alni t 27
D ton Comm 14so
flcck Tunnel G7 tLro
DhukiJncl 33 ll
lllock 02 03
Colt JJnlng 2474 22 t
24 1
U GrQwn Point 1 I H
I 7 >
di
i f KNOW OP
1 No hotter nipn of regunrly uv
i Ins a little eich month than by
J i Joining either 7loiin Benefit Dulld
i i IIIR Hoclely or time Pmcrrt llulld
W lag Baclety In both caei iIl direct
J cm and they Include son of thn
1tit men In Dm oommunlty erva
without pqy and tocklioliler get
all time profll
A New ttrrles of thn Dcecrot
begins thin month
Huliicrlho for stock now Time of
leoll at No 1 Kntit Houth forple
trevt The ofrtcers of time Com
pwiy ur Nphl I Moril PrMI
lent Hugh J Cannon Vice Jre l
dent Qiiaylo Cnnnoii Uecretan
This lid is mom uimoUcltvd Injornp
meat RlVfii hocaufu of lime good
laid Building 8oclllc do
a Jal M > CANNON
+
This Mornings Metals i
y 1
1f
KirVKIl per ounce ROW
X COIlKH leI Hi 121 i
M3AI per JOO hA 37 X
NEW YORK QUOTATIONS
r Y
v MM cinict ans55375 X
X COlMUt weak 12MJH21
v 9
X
Dromedary Hump 15 I SS
Hmerald 10
Ooldnold Daisy 100
ollfoh1
Ingot DJA 65 ii
Ibex 12 14
Iron Blossom 8Pt 3 54
Inyo H 10 30
Joe Howcrs rUH I 03 t
Lend King 08
Mountain lal < o 32Y 33c
New York p10 18
Nov 1 Florence 105 10
Rich Anocondn 06H
Scottish Chief 02 03
South Columbus 61 02
Sioux Con 1 1
Seen TrotiRlts + 33 34
Totro 02 02 II
Victor Con 07 OS
Wabaali 82 85
Yankee Con 1 3L 38
JIKCJUIAU CATA 8ALKS
Lower Mammoth 200 at 62
Uncle Sam POO nt a4
Black JaitL BOO At 34
Colorado 100 at 250
Crown Point tOO at It
Ingot 2000 at 3
Iron itloxpom 500 at 35
Ibex 1000 at 12 100 at 1
Mountain Inke 100 tit UH 200 at S3
Sioux Con 1000 at 13V4 200 at 14
Scel Troughs 2600 at 33H
OPEN BOAllD SALES
Heel Tunnel 100 at 06 seller CO
Black Jack 500 at 33i
Colorado 100 ut 247H Seller 20 100
ttt Z47 buyer 10 100 nt 247K seller 10
100 at 2IS shIer GO
Indian Queen 1500 nt SV 1000 at SU
May Day 5000 nt 3014
Mammoth 200 at 190
Uncle Srln Con 200 at 61 1000 at 63
200 at 62 sollcr 30
uhslh 100 at84
HECAIITUJATON
Regular call ii oo 322100
Open 1oari 1 11050 275G
Pomvnoonmotalmi 22r50 84960
P M LISTIOD STOCKS
Stocks I Bid 1
AlbIOI i 40
lce 200 325
AhlX 20 35
Bullion Heck 125
CariM 25
Creol Ii
Con Menur 3G
Columbus Con 16 185
Dlly 125 200
DulyJUdgt i 401 490
DalVe t SO 92
ElglqtN st 22
l IGla Dhl Ben 1G
Grand Central 28 300
lor V 7
1nl1an nyrft 08 t Oo
rAttld 11011 4 IG
fltIDeIL
IoWer ln1n10th 62 53
Mammoth i 190 105
lday Day 3t 31 a
NeyiLd Hll 301310
Novlln FI1rle OtS OG
Ontario 350
Sacramentu G
Silver Shield 03 07
Stray DoS 07S
Swansea 54
south Bwnlsc3 123k 17
United Stntts coin 3125 300
Utah MlnE 160 lGO
Unco Sam Con 62 63
Victoria 04 1C5
Dlngllln Ami 2G
Butler Liberal Oi
IJJk Tunnel 17 Ut
Shack Jack 33 311
Bullock 02 O3t
Century 12 03y
Colorado Mining 245 24H
Ciosvn PoInt 18 181
Emerald 10
Ingot 03 01J
111 plo som 34 35
341 35Y
Ino to
Joe ljowcrs I 0H
Ibcx 12 18
Lead ICing 09 10
IHte Chlet 12 16
1ountullIlllo 32 3t
Now York 16 18
Novda hills Forlleo 05 1
Icll0nd Atllconia 07
ScottLhm Chief 02
South Columbus Ia 62
SlilUX Con 13 1
Socn Toukhs p 33 33
33Y
Tetro 02 02
Vttor Con 01 0715
nbn 5 62
Yunkeo rOi 35 3
nKCJULAU P M SALES
Mammoth 200 at 190
May Day 1000 at 31 huyor 30 GOO
at 31
Black Jack 500 nt 31
Colorado 100 o 245 seller 30
Crown Point 1000 at 1SW buyer CO
Mountain Lake 200 at 33
Now York 300 at 16U
Kloux Con 500 at 14 buyer 30
Wabash 100 at 82 100 at SO 300
at SI
LIME QUARRIES CLOSED
TwntySeuin Men Iltlleml of Jim
plojincnt VoMcnlny
rime United States Mining company
yestlrdny through Mlneu Manager
Claruncu K Allen ordered tho limo
ciuorkH In Tooelo county closed throw
lag 27 employes out of work for tho
limo bolng I was stated by an official
that tho cOlumn had all this lime on
liu ml that IH needed to clean up tho I
ons loft tiiininollcd at the Dlnglmm
Junction plant
CACTUS LOOKS OOOD
Supt A IX Moffnt of the Newhouso
mines II In the city today to confer
with Oenciml Manager llanchctt on
mattorn In connection with tho opera
lion of tho lotus proportion oper
Mr Moffat says conditions liavo been
Ktcadlly Imprnvlnii on tho 700 juul 800
levels lately mimi that tha inlno never
looked bigger to him than It does ut
tho present line
MAMMOTH POSTS DIVIDEND
The illieftors of tho Mammoth Min
ing conipnnr met yesterday afternoon
Old postud the usual monthly dividend I
of 5 cents n share or 20000 which la
payable on the 25th lust to Kharehold
Irs of record on tho 19th Inat OIH
claU of the company deny that tho
company Is preparing to rcsumo ship
ments to the United Stolen smelter
lnlClwll Co
Custom Afcuiycru and CJiomUto ico
South Went Templa t lO
Om Q CANNON ASSOcrATION
HHOKUna 24 I So Temple Ioth
loth
phonos 910
te MBH > HIV > VHVHII IVHVVHHM
K 1 West t Co took trokeri
D r hroker3
Wolker nik Both phone of
flea and re ldanc
P I Bnoiv I Co Stuck Brokrri
32 Commercial Ulk Both iaonoi
3 COlmorlllk Dull Ihona 107J
i OHIO OFFICIAlS
PROfESS IGNORANGE
Manager Colin Mcintosh Says He
Is As Much in Dark as
Any One
NEW SMELTER EQUIPMENT
Moclilrnry Ordered hy Blncham Con
rlt
<
And Iald for c Stored1 liTIiit
era VnrclioiiM
JCpno of tho local olllclnli of tic
Blnghom Con olldnted or tWOhlo Cop
per companies when scon today could
Hhed new light on tho mercer story
sent out from Bofton late yesterday
afternoon
I dont know a thing more tlian
what Ihno seen In the papers de
clared General Manager Colin McIn
tosh It IH ni news to me
Thomas Weir one of the directors of
the Ohio company was aware that
home kind of a deal WM being worked
out In Now York hut ho was Ignorant
as to details
I has been apparent to a good many
local people for some months that the
Blngham Consolidated nnd Ohio proper
tics would eventually be brought Into
some kind of 3 combination with pos
lbly the Eagle Blue Bell and Apex
mines In the Tlntic district and the
Western Nevada Copper property In
Toocle county thrown In with them A
consolidation of the foregoing proper
ties would bring together an Immense
ly valuable property and would supply
1 smelter with the capacity of the
plant recently abandoned by the SlIng
bSm Consolidated for many years to
sOle
Hero Is a point that many people
have overlooked I will be recalled
that when Helnze became I factor In
Blngham Consolidated affairs a fund of
400000 was cot aside for smelter better
ments at Blngham Junction Practi
cally all this RUn was spent In buying
new Equipment which hM never loft
the factory 1 has been manufactured
and Is ready to ship upon a moments
notice
I comes from an eastern source that
utter the order had been given for the
machinery It became apparent that the
farmers of the Salt Lake valley were
goIng to get the best of tho smoke liti
gation so tho Iletnzo managers or
dered nil new construction at time smel
ter stopped and It was arranged t < i
havo this new equipment stored In an
eastern warehouse there It Is at thc
present time awaiting somo other dis
position
Hence It will be seen that when tho
Helnzo plans aro all worked out sat
isfactorily some rapid work can be
dono In the way of new smelter con
1 Btructlon Tlerelntlmuch of the equip
I InMnttoncoUKed Ittthe Blngham Juncr
ton plant that can be utilized again
elsewhere With It nmlthe new
cqulpmont In tho eastern warehouse
the Helnze properties have about all
that Is ncess nry for a modern t
ot very gcrterous proportions
MONTANA MINE OWNERS
Complete Organization AViicli AVIII
Make War on Smcltci Trust
Helena Mont Feb 18Tho Montana
Mining association last nigh perfected
Its permanent organization by electing
officers as follows
M L Ilnwctt of Basin president
Thomas L Greonough Mlssoula vice
president
F B Llndermann ot Helena secretary
nw Abel of Helena treasurer
Kxecutlva committee IV A Clark of
Now York Owen Byrnes of Gold A E
Sprlggs Townsend W G Conrad of
Helena and Dr Peter M MnslgbrOd
of Garnet
A vice president was chosen from
each of tho 37 counties
President Hewett In his speech of ac
ceptance declared that with tho co
operation of thin members of tho as
sociation an Independent smelter will
certainly be erected In the vicinity ot
this city In the near future The report
port of the resolutions committee de
clared that It has been demonstrated
that the conditions affecting the reduc
tion of ore on part of custom smelt
ers are needlessly and unfairly re
strictive and apparently have for their
ultimate purpose the absolute control
of the production treatment and mar
keting of tho precious metal produc
tion of tho mines of America
The convention decided to tnko steps
II protect tho mile operators of Mon
tana against the danger of ultimate
control by tho smelter trust
When tho association was called to
order today Secretary Llndermann re
ported that up to lust night 107 had
paid the Initiation fee of 25 and af
ter tho appointment of usual commit
tees a recess was taken until after
noon Slavery district in Montana
parts of Idaho and other states are
represented
Many moro applications are expect
cd Tho purpose of the meeting Is to
consider tho advisability of erecting an
Independent smelter I being professed
that tie treatment charges proesseo
American Smelting Itetlnlne com
pany are exorbitant nOd prohibitive
This afternoon resolutions wero rend
nod adopted declaring that forest re
serve officials nio not complying with
wih
the law through Inhibiting operations
Olleratolf
thereon nnd another resolution charg
es collusion and fraud In the classlll
tatlon of Northern Pacltlo land grants
Irnts
It hen charged that through unler
hiiiKl methods tho common carrier has
wrongfully secured possession of 1m
mcnsu tracts of timber and mineral
lands nne Inilorni
An amendment was offered appor
tioning O to defray the expenses of
1 committee to go to Washington antI
lay him matter before the president and
request that ho vend I special muisngo
to Congress on the subject That nn
Independent smelter will bo built by
the operators scorns certain
HEINZES MERGER PLANS
Ohio Copper to Aliwrli Illnxtmm Con
Killdntnl Company
I
F Augustus Helnzu and associates
urn making somo Important moves con
John A KIrby Rutu K Cobb
R K COBB CO
MINES
STOCKS
AND
BONDS
Ihonci Ind HI mil iH
17 W Second So St
OllDKHB PHOMPTLY lV3cCUTLcD
ON AM MAHKWP I CID
corning llto rounding out o tho Ohio
Copper Blngham Consolidated and
oldntei nnl
other mining enterprise In this Matt
nnd following the dispatch over time
Pollock wlrtfl yesterday Indicating that
them would be n reorganisation of the
Blngham Consolidated and an asnuu
meat of 112 a share came another out
lining plan for the consolidation of
the Ohio Copper Blnsham Consolidated
Hniham Coosoldltld
nnd Enl Blue Del mines
Undoubtedly this has been the ob
ject of Mr Helnzn for somo time nnd
the notice sent out to Minreholders or
the Ohio Copper recent t
thC COPI r company recently In
forming thorn of 1 special meeting to
Increase the capital stock from 1000
000 shares to 35000CO shares was Just
ono movo In tho dIrectIon ot the pro
posed merger J Is inferred from
thn latch that to all Blngham Con
solidated shareholders who pay tho U2
assessment will be given tho opportuni
ty to wtclmnjf their shares for Ohio
Copper anti Unglo lIlac Bell stock It
being the purpose to retro BlrtKhim
Conrolldnted shares permanently
The dispatch concludes with the fol
lowIng I has been apparent for
some time that tho Blngham Consol
hInted company would bo unable to
work out except through Ole other
property In addition to Its 1800000 of
outstanding bonds It hal I floating
debt of J750000 Of this floating debt
nbout 150000 Is held in Bait lAke and
the remainder In Boston
Tho Ohio Copper company has TfiOOOO
shares outstanding It has I well de
veloped lowgrade property ot great
ICI
extent and has a 2000ton mill nearly
completed In face of tho financial dis
turbances of 1007 when Mr Helnzo be
came Involved the Ohio Copper com
pany vai not sufficIently financed I
needed 1000000 to complete the orec
tion of its mIl anti pay tho floating
debt Under tho plan ns now proposed
and which will bo laid
nid whlchwl before the stock
holders withIn n tow days tho floating
Indebtedness of the Blngham Consoli
dated company will bo eliminated and
ttocliholderK will b given an opportu
nity to make good their losses through
the Ohio Copper company
Tho Ohio copper company will derive
sufficient money from tho Blngham
company stockholders to meet Its pres
ent financial requirements The plan
Ir to asses stockholders of the fling
ham Consolidated company 12 per
share which will provide 1500000 For
this assessment they will bo given four
and twothlrdd shares of stock of Ohio
Copper on time basls of 250 per slmro
present selling price Is 350 a share
nnd for each share of Blngham stock
held stockholders will bo given ono
hal o Eagle Blue Bell company
stock control of which Is now held In
tho treasury ot tho Blnghnm Consoli
dated company In order to provide
tho stock to pay over to tho stockhold
ers ot th Blngham company tbd Ohio
Copper company will Increase Its cap
ital stock to lnoOOOO shares HII
stated that the assessment of 12 per
share will bo underwritten
COPPER LOWER AGAIN
Pollock Special Wire
Boston Feb 18 Copper metal ro
duccd > io today making Luke 12
12 Electrolytic I2t12 castliiKi
12U012H lead 363Q375 tin 28 > 4030
NEW YORK CUEB
James A Pollock Co bankers and
brokers furnish tho Col 1lng received
over their private wIre till afternoon
Bntto London 1116 Cumber
land Ely 7Y1 Glrnux Cons SHffl1
Nov Cons OJ4 < 39W Nevada Utah Sli
q3il Niplsslng 6U6tt Nowhouse
74 < S > 74 Tennessee Cop 2CJ427 Utah
Cop 2424 Davis Day S Unh
Com Cop 21At23t Ely Central y tli
Ely Cons Hl H Furnnco Creel 23021
Balaklala 2 < tf2VS Greene O S com
91GJ Mitchell H Ji Montgy Sho
33H Nov Smelting 101V4 Silver
Queen i1 Silver Leaf SH i > 10 King
Edward 0i Foster Cobalt 60 < S63
Cobal G0165
Cobalt Central 23024 McKlnloyDar
riiRh 3J0T5 Tlntic Mining 30314 Gi
braltar 1401G
TROUBLE IS SETTLED
Bullion Beck Shareholders Endorses
Action of Directors
A special meeting of shareholder of
the Bullion Beck Champion Mining
company was held today at which thu
action of the board o director In meet
thing tho legal difficulties pending fo I
Imo time with tho CcntcnnlnlEurckn
Mining company was affirmed Time
CentennlalEureka acquires by pur
chase the Copper Glance and other lode
claim In conflict
conlct
UTAHNS LOS ANGELES
Stockholders UlnliArlfonn 3Ilno
Out on Inspection Trip
A party consisting1 of Heber S Cut
ler Walter J Burton Henry Green L
It Martlncau Bam I Rich Edwin
Jenkins II E Bow man C Anderson
and L G Burton Is now quartered In
tho city says IL Angeles exchange
on Its way from the mines of the
UtohAilzona Gold and Copper Min
ing company operating property
In tho Weaver mining district of Mo
have county Ariz about 10 miles WIt
of the famous White IJIHa mines The
members of tho party are from Utah
and Idaho where the tock of the
company Is held
This official visit was made for the
purpose oC Inspection and to outline
tho policy which the company will pur
sue In developing time property At
present the beau of supplies for th
mInoR Is at Klngman but In tho neat
future headquarters will bo moved lo
this city A reort Indo by L G
Burton engineer who 1911 tho party
was found to bo entirely conservative
Tho company owns El claims with a
total area ot about 1040 acres heavily
mineralized anti showing where
mlnerllzl nlli Ihowlnl open
ed high value In gold and copper
PRESS AGENT BUSY
Thorn Is IVohably I Good Deal of Kx
iiRKcmtlon About Tills Story
Reno Nov Feb 17Slx feet ot GOO
ore was uncovered today on tho Kcarns
leao No 2 at Bawhldo by Iom
Kearns This Is the biggest strike ever
made In the history of Gold mining In
Nevada Fully 200 people left P no
for tho scone Tho population of Limo
camp now reaches 15000
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET
james A Politick f Co bankers and
brokers furnish the followln quota
tions mom San Francisco on Nevada
mining stocks today
COMSTOCK
Ophlr S02Ut3U5 Mexican 125i
127H i Gould 0 Curry 21 T25 Con 11
7172j Savage 54055 Halo Nor
cross 4SQ43 Yellow Jacket 1C5 asked
Belcher 2G nuked Sierra Nevada 48JJ
15 Exchequer 20 askod Union 4Cf47
TONOPAII
Tonopah Nevada EWfflOC Montana
Tonopah 180019214 Tunouah ExUn
slon 122 1 122 MnaNamura 32f3j
Midway 73j5 Tono > nh Itclinont 120
bid Tonopah North SU 1BC17 Vost
End Con 30ft31 IJewua 12 hid TOIUN
pah California 3 bid Golden Anchor
EOfi Jim Butler 39fIO Cnah Boy 3fl
4 Monaich Puts Ext I united Mutt
tuna Mlduay Ext 3 nuked Goldon
Crown 3J5GOLDFJI3LD
GOLDFJI3LD
Sandstorm onal Colt ML 2IJJ22
Col
Jumbo Kxt 4QU47 Vernal 7 ticked
Ponnsylvuiln 0 uukcd MIOc
1C Booth 2Gt17 Dlun Bull 170 iSi
Ailnrnn 07i SlIver Pick 2Gc23 May
Queen 7 asked Nevada Boy Cf lY
lllnclc Butte Kxt 34J5 llliiu Bell bio
I Dixie 3Sf4 Goldfish Columbia 13
nuked IlilxTiila 3 bid fit teme 42p
43 Coiniueior Still Black llouk 2ft3
Lone Star UlQ12 G Wonder 8 hid
Potlutch 40 lulled Oro 1 bid Kvn
dull Kxl IQJ Handutorm Ext It
Mayrie Slti Alluntu 29QSO Ot
Bend 35138 Blmmeroni 10 asked Em
Iilro 1 bid fled Top Ext 14015 Flor
alice a00y397t irtldd I 1 Cons
18II GoMlleld DJ > llJVjJfl Ji
Comb Knict on csyco nt Bend Kxt
SUP at Bend 111o bid Mllltown
20 nuked J B llouanzil 3 bid Row
limits Ulf4 ls m rudu I bid Port
laud 1 pd CruckurjauH Wd 1
YI
INDUSTRIAL DEPT
WILL BUY
I Ogden Savings flank
10 Aninl Sugar pfd S3c
I Amal Hugar common J152FU
S Con Wagon pfd 10309
WILL SELL
200 Utah Idaho Sugar 835
100 Utah Idaho Sugnr corn315
100 Orphcutn Theater 1460
1000 Independent Coal 9
BADGE
BROKERS
160 SOUTH MAIN STREET
PRIVATE WIRES
TO NEW YORK BOSTON CHI
CAGO SAN FRANCISCO
NEW YOIIIC STOCKS CHICAGO
fHAJN
ALL MINING STOCKS HAN
DLED ON ANY MARKET
Mohawk 23026 Red Hills 30 asked
JInliawk Ext 636 L Dillon 4 bid
Y Tiger 16Z17 Grandma 9 bid 8 P
Et 23 Y Rose 3 bid Golddcld
Con 460f462V4i Dlleld Triangle 9S
10 CorIng Nation 34
BULLFROG
Original 334 Bullfrog Mining 0010
Mont Bullfrog 30It National Bank
10 bid L Harris 12 Amethyst 10
bid Gold Bar 33JT41 Stelnwny 3 bid
n nvor Bullfrog Annex 4 bid Bonnlo
Clare 1 asked Mayflower Cons IGi
17 Montgy Sbo Ext 34 G Sceptre
70S Moritgy Mt 0012 B Diamond
field 4 bid Homestako Cons 51 bid
Y Girl 2S3 Nugget 3 bid Tramp
4 ask
Con 23S2t VIclor305 Banner
e < North Star 3 asked
MANHATTAN
Manh Cons 20021 JInnh Min Co
3 lid G Wedge 3 bid S Humphrey
4 bid Dexter 10 bid L Joe 2 asked
Crescent 2 bid Combination 4 asked
Granny 3 aikod Mustang 9 asked
Little Gray 10 asked Cow Boy 2 ask
ed Onp Manh 6 asked Broncho 304
J Jack 5 bid Plnenut 4 bid Buffalo
2 asked Y Horse 3 asked Ind Camp
6 nskud Mineral Hill 11 asked
OTHER DISTRICTS
asked Nevada
Fairview Eagle 75 a81eo
HIIi 303fl315 Plttsburg Sll Peak
lSjfplSVi North Star Wonder 2 ask
cd Eagles Nest 22Q23 Ruby Wonder
7 asked Hailstone S5f9
CONCENTRATES
Samuel Nowhouso Is expected to re
turn from his European trip about
March 1
Broker Clark L Whitney has gone to
Los Angeles tOIa couple ot weeks
vacation
Harry S Joseph Is expected to return
from southern California and Nevada
on an early train
The 1cent assessment on the stock
ot the Ingot Mining company was de
linquent yesterday
Edgar L Nowhouse member of the
executlmo committee of the American
Smelting Refining company left lo
Denver this afternoon
A E Hyde expects to leave cue
Cherry Creek Nevada In I few days
to look over tho Biscuit mining proper
ties of which he Is anagcr
The ore and bullion settlements re
ported late yesterday by McCornlck
Company were Crude ore and con
centrate 10000 base bullion 25000
Total 35000
Tho Biscuit Mining company oper
ating at Cherry Creek Nevada has
contracted of Its mine
tho output Is to
the American Smelting Reflnlufc com
pany amid has the privilege of shipping
1000 tons of oro between now and
April 1 next
JAPANESE WAR VESSEL
STARTS ODD RUMORS
Valparaiso Feb 18TIme doings on
the oast of Cblll of tho Japanese steam
er Kasato Jarln view of tho prox
imity of tho American battleship fleet
attracted considerable attention here
The Knsnto Mar loft Iqlquo on Jan 23
and steamed out to pea Nothing was
heard from her until two days ago
when she arrived at Tocopllla a small
maritime town In AntaagonUt province
140 miles distant from Inuloue
Time fact that the vessel spent 24 days
between these two ports leads to tho
suspicion In Homo quartern that she
has been observing tho progress of the
American fleet or studying tho Chilean
coast In tho vicinity of Tocopllla Tho
Kasato Mum Is equipped with wireless
telegraphy
THREE TRAMPS MISSING
IN FREIGHT TRAIN WRECK
Los Angeles Cal Feb J8An cast
bound Southern PacIfic freight train
bound for Kansas City was wrecked
early this morning at El Monte neat
this city Tho accident Is attributed
to 1 defective truck The 10 care
WhICh composed the train were com
pletely demolished nnd the loss prln
clpaliy of oil anti vegetable will bo
considerable No ono won Injured but
three tiamps who arc said to have
been riding on the trainaro unaccounted
for and may bo under the wreckage
NEW YORK CLOSING STOCKS
Tuesday Fob 18 1S08
Atchison t68U
Atchison pfd 84 Vi
Baltloro Ohio 7
Canadian Pacific 142
Chicago Northwestern 142
Chicago Northwestern pfd bid 175
Colorado Southern 21i
Denver Bin Orutdc 17
Denver Rio Grande pfd 4
Bile U > i
Illinois control 125
LoulBVlllo Nnshvllli 881
Mexican Central ITIJ
MltiKtnirl Paclflo 34
New York Central 04
Pennsylvania IUV
flooding 91
RoOk lull ml 1
Rock Island Ilfd bd 2
8t Paul 107Vk
Southern Pacific 07 H
Boiithorn Itqtlwny IOW
Union Pacific J Y
Union Paclllo pfd 801
Wdbanh blel SU
Wisconsin Control bid 13U
Northern Paclllc 1214
Great Noi thorn prefonod H6Ji
Amalgamated Copper 4U
American elI Foundry 23i
American Iocomotlvo B 33
American Bniultlni defining Mils
Am HintiltliiK RoIlnliiRr pfd 90
Brooklyn Rapid Trunult OL
Colorado Iuol Iron 17
Inteniatlonal Paper a
National IIUrilH B 73
Notional Lead B 17W
Paolllf Mull p 5
Pcoploii HUH 343
Proved Steal Cur U 1SH
riUllnnui Pal ii cu t u1 149
Slupduiil OIl > 13
Humu 109
Unllnl Ktiiien steel H1
United Stntea gteel Itt CHJ
WaNlarn Inloi m 4f
J M rt
1 M prrfprrcd 1SU
IJrftrrcti 1
Maeliiiy nmtipnlvB 1 Mi
Mavkay CunilUiilcs 1md l ij
Il t
cJ l lj i
OPENING PRICES
SHOW RECOVERY
General Dealings However Were
Narrow and Dull Some
Large Transfers
New York Feb 17Tilit opening prices
of stocks today showed substantial recov
ery from liut nights closing level Some
largo blocks of conspicuous Individual
lathes changed hahdt but the General
dealing wero yarrow and dull
A realizing movement sot In after the
evening which increased Us fflrcjf when
ullnl renewal of
the copper stocks showed a
the HqifldnlloU of yesterday The Initial
111111101 stocks had receded
advances In prominent 10
adwlcc yesterdays closing American
Sugar preferred lout 2 American Smelt
Ing lU mid Ainalckmaled Copper and
Mnericflfl Sugam 1
The wenkncii or Missouri Pacific spread
to other Gould stocks but did not affect
the rest of tho lint which made further
ptogress upwards In spots Atchison wai
iiarkid up to CS 1 810tS of IH Donver
i lllo Oranilo preferred d fall 2 points and
the common and Western Union 1
lh flow recovery to about tho early
roovcr
tight level brought trading to I ctlr
Great Northern Oro certficatcs and Amer
Gret Norhern certlcate
lean Smelting preferred rose I Missouri
Pacific declined 1U and Colorado and
Southern Artaoonda and American Car
preferred 1
ItonJs were Irregular
Northern Pacific calned r ° and then the
list began to ease off owing to LImO selling
ot Mlnsour Pacific which seeded to 4
o nearly two point below yesterdays
llnal price
The market eloped about ectaily and
dull Extreme Irregularity marked tho
lato trading Semi stocks rose to the
highest while Missouri Paclllo extended
its decline 2ij
The general list afterwards reacted
LIVESTOCK
CHICAGO
Chicago Feb IS Cattle Receipts es
tlmntcd about 4000 Market strong Beeves
33600 cons and heifers 1801H75
Texans 30 rcnJve SHffVW wcst
crime 40 > ij4 < Bi stocker and feeders 270JJ
475
ilopsItccelpts about 20000 Market
strong to 10 cents higher Lights 415 < ft
440 mixed 4158445 heavier 4M3450
roughs 4203425 pigs 3603425 bulk of
sales 430O44O
43UQ
Sheep Uecelpls about 12000 Market
steady Natives 325B 34J westerns 323
0535 yearlings B40SS30 lamb SOOgcao
western BWB660
KANSAS C1TV i
Kansas Cltji Feb IS Cattle Receipts i
1000 Including 10 southerns Market i
steady Native stems 430fiSSO native
cows and heifers 24 < ff615 stockers and
s SKff M bull W410 calves
3SOffiG25 western steers 4003G40 ncatern
cows 30054rA
Hogs Receipts 16000 Market steady
Bulk ot sales 415ff43 i henvv 43W440
packers 413ST433 pigs and light 30t
123
fiheei > Tt < colptH 10000 Market sold
Muttons 4COff5M lambs 630irG83 range
wethers 4WC020 fed ewes 440S600
OMAHA
Omaha Feb IB Cattle Recelpts BOOO
1sCltteReeolpt
Market active 10 cents hlcher Native
CiCerO 375IJCC3 cows nO heifer ZWii
4M western meeds 31vS4S3 TIns
steers 30Cffl410 cows and heifers 223W
373 canners 200ii3 stockcrs and feed
ers 2fXH4 0 calves 300S625 bulls and
Sings SS6JT4CO anl
HogsReceipts I2MO Market 5 cents
higher Heavies UatHSJ mlitert 10K
Wi light 3gStf 41514 s mlxl build
ot sales 410N15
8heet > nee lpt8 COM Market steadY
Ttarllngs BriJBES wethors 500 323
505
ewes 460S500 Iambs Ci5i87B
WOOL
ST LOUIS
St Louis Feb 13 AVool Steady Ter
ritory and western mediums 21fiS3 fine
medium 199M fine 15017c lne
BOSTON
Boston Feb ISTho local wool mar
ket still continues stagnant transactions
being confined to odd lots with 1 de
crease In the volume of new business and
only a moderate demand for tho former
There Is a tendency to shade prices lit
favor of the buyer even in tho miner
grades Territorial wool transfers have
hecn dull although a snlu of 3000no pounds
of fine and Otto medium at C cents on a
scoured basis Is noted
PRODUCE
CHICAGO
Chicago Feb ISThe wheat market to
day was active and prices were weak be
cause of a decline of moro than 2 d nt
Liverpool May wheat opened i 2 1M
Ijc lower nt 31V to 9 2 and for a time
haiti within that range
Tho corn market was weak In sym
pathy with wheat May corn opened V
to Tie llwer at fD > i to 6 i and sold at 60i
The weakness o wheat und corn af
footed the oat market which wan r
amid easy May oats opened 4o dul
KW D2U dropped lo f2h and then advanced to
The low point for May was 9lFromo
this price jirlces mulch somewhat on
coverings by shorts but time general senti
meat was bearish throughout the dny
Tho close was weak with May wheat
IKffli lower at Mi
Covering by shorts caused I firm market
mallet
In tho last half hour cl1gel May corn sold
up to A The close was linn with May
> i higher at C0 < i wih
Close WheatMay Sl i July ES8H
Sept IS 65fi
Corn May 1 July t9 Sept 5S4
Sel 5
OatnMay old Z2l May Mil July
old 4JU t Julv 43V Pent 31 i
PorkMay H37V4 July 1173
IanlMay 710 July 7M Sept 7SO
RIIBMiiy 045 July 67Jliflli73 Sept
rtyCasli 8141 < 4
Dnrloy Ciish 79fi6S
TimothyMarch 4M
Clover March 1523
BUTTER AND EGO
New York Feb 16 Butter firm cream
cries specials 3Ic do held llio extras
50WS31 thirds to flrstn I38M
flicce firm unchaniTF
11 firm western anti Southern firsts
221 seconds 2Ic Irltl
flUTTER AND EGOS
Chicago Feb 18 Huttor steady Cream
tries 215 32 dairies 20S28 Crelm
21f22c Tggmttrong nt mark S cases Incluce
A S CAMPBHTJ
tock Broiler 216 D 1C Wallter Block
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
ES1EIAY
Samuel Butterhcid to A It Free
mnn lout I and 3 Kerrlman I 12
0 Howdon to W W Clark lot 6
block 10 pint A COO
Robert Cuihlng lo Sarah H Cuahlng C
I CushllK
purt of lot 4 blork K plat It 1
Harriet K Turner to ithoda I I Hnr
mono land In section or tOHimhlp >
noiith range 1 oust
rnnle 700
J < W mint to lena Ljnn its 2 jO
and 3 bloc 3 Hroadnay addition
blJc Iroldway tOO
C M L Jones to Ilmrlc AV t
Ryrnonn part of lot C block I plat
II
Artljus Mceilc lo I 12 Sprague part 1OM
or iQt 7 bloik 83 plat a lurt 2OM
Mary > 111 to hnrle Koken 2J
lolB 43 etc blrck 3 Lincoln Purls 1300
Edward Swim to Jntnrg Uinnton ot
III part nf lot I block 73 Pint A 4000 I
Hntnniiah llnrgraveu Ie Alaxinder
8 R > der lots 21 etc block 3 lest
nterloo
500
Noban Plrknoll to A J Rurnean I
part nf lot I block 1C Dint A 1
A J Briincnn to lamina II Mclnnev
pert lit lot I block II pint A 700
TEA
Schillings Best is a
package tea is never sold
loose we think too much
of it
Year from rtlurni year worm II yo dost I
In III It pi y blat I
uMkrjJi V y1it
TODAYS MONEY MARKET
New York Feb JIIllollruli u
rnsy l M nt 2 per cent rntliig fu
I Y closing bill l j offcrrtl in a
Time lOSflS nrnt flO ilnji nij In i
jior cents 00 lny l4 lo IV I It
inniillix I J5 to IS nor cent
Cln < iC Prime ntprinllllle paper 5 ftt
n per cent RtirlliiK pvclinnsc Hrrm
tilth actual lin lncss In hnnUor > hlll
nt lfino at IHn7S for doinand IIIhl
nt H Jtn nt 15 for no day
Commercial bills 1Si4
lIar lhcr rnij
Mexican ilollnrn t74
Oounnnynt bonuS linn mtiilrnnt
hOIlIl14 Irrreulnr
COAL
Furnished by us gives satis
faction because we have all
kinds We are Exclusive
Agents for DIAMOND and
ABERDEEN Try either
one of these in your furnace
CITIZENS COAL C11
153 Main St Phones 49
JasA POnocl
CO
Bankers and Brokers
No6 W 2nd South SI
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
Direct private wire connection With
all markets ot the woId Commission
orders promptly executed anywhere
Wo can Instantly reach any New York
or Boston Stock Exchange House or
Chicago Board of Trode
Pwfoct s rvlc In tho Novnda stock
t
SURPLUS COPPER
EXHAUSTED
With thn surplus copper cxlau < tei1
with the panic over with the prices it
low It li a good tlmo to BUY COPlTl
i STOCKS Buy now niul hold Irlcos ot
certain to advance You have tried lim
ing when prices were high try asuln
while prices are low
BUY BINOHAM STOCKS
While buying renvombcrBlnRham Cen
tral Standard la the best buy ot nil Itlnj
ham stocks This company ban 500 ncrcs
surrounded by such mines nt lllncham
amid New Haven JS per share Itnh Con
t S iioston Con J15 Unltotl mates B1
TJIngham Central Standard will soon le
a steady producer and the price nlll nd
vniice rapidly
BlnBham Copppcr Is a good buy at 23
BliiBhiimnutto Is a hood buy at 2Se
For further Information or booklet on
BlnRhfim call or address
W E HUBBARD CO
MINES AND STOCKS
7S W 2nd So St Suit Lake City
Butte office 109 Hamilton St
JO CARTER CO
STOCK BROKERS
Members Halt Lake MinIng Itt
chante 33 to SS3 Atlas Phones MM
Deli Ind 20C8
JOHN C CUTLER JR
INVESTMENT BANKER
Established 1S83
Bonds Sugar Slocks Dank Stocks
Other HIgh Grade Investments
Bought and Sold
M Main St Both Fhon 137
Knigl4 Manrnu
Whitney Company
STOCK BROKERS
AH Mininu Commercial
STOCKS
MEMBIII1R OF HALT LAKE STOCK
AND MINING EXCHANGE
Salt Lake Offlca WJ Main Btre t
Upstairs
Provo Office Zi N Academy Avenue
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AND SALT LAKE
CQUnEQPONDKNCn 80MC1TED
Deities iafhez Co
Assay Clicmlcnl and Metal
Iuiglcat Laboralory
SM South West Temple St OslO Lake
City Ihono 1HO Ino iiriiU nt
IMMEDIATE
Execution of Cciiiiii8slon Of
tiers In All Mnrlfotu
Aeaurcd When OlVou lo
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BROKERS
our Paclllllcs rnr Handling
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