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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, September 28, 1903, Last Edition, Image 6

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Company is Formed to t Work WorkUranium WorkUranium WorkUrinium
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Advices received in this thl city are to tothe tothe tothe
the effect that a company has just justbeen JU8tbEen JuBtbeen
been formed in Buffalo N Y to ex extractthe ext ¬
tractthe t ract the rare metal radium which is islust 181U Istut
lust 1U t now attracting great < attention If1tt nUon in inI Inthe IlLthe
I the he scientific world from the uranium uraniumores uraniumIreol uraniumtre
ores tre which Ocur so o plentifully down downIn
In 11 Grand county cou ty The new company is isBald Isfald iss1d
Bald to own the th deposits which it pro proposes prof proS ¬
poses S f to work and while the exact 10 loation 10atlon 10ttIon
ation of the property Is 1 nut disclosed disclosedIt
It Is presume1 to he the ground round lo loitod 10l lotd
itod l by Ogdtn men a L year oRr or two twoi tWoi0efter
i i0efter O Iaftt after r conferring Onferrln with eastern pea peoOH peajll 10pif
jll OH the value of their deposit depositIt dfpo lt ltt I
It t the bead of f tho th new eomoany is isHtephca IsI IsI
I Htephca I T Lrfjkwol Lokw 1 of Buffalo who whoIs whois ho
Is reported to have met the prospect prospectors ¬
ors rS while bft In ftih tlh over > r a year ago and andTI andwho I
who TI ho en e his advice sent their or to be bet betfsted betcsted
tfsted t > sted At th time the prospectors prospectorsthoacht ProsPectorsI
I thoacht the rock was w s Koldb oldhearlnK < aring but butthe buttle ut utthe I
the assay returns failed to show showhace s strace a atrace =
trace of that metal Thte TM e was a ah ah aheavy
heavy h avy Y7 percentage nf uranium in the theore th thore theere
ore ore hoer and Mr Lockwood J kwood urged urgedtiie urttedthe urgedthe
the Importance of the discovery upon uponthe uponl uponthe
the l he prospectors and joined them in the theloptttibn theIn8t1On theatt
loptttibn att n of o the deposits depositsAodlytical deDO deosltsAnsiltlesl H HAFtJcI
Aodlytical twits were wie subsequently subsequentlynad Inlhtw suhsequentbrade > QutmU QutmUJHade
nad and the ore was found to tocarDOtlte be becirnotite b bcirnotlte
cirnotite a combination of uranium uraniumvanadhno uraniumload uraniumanadlum
vanadhno load copper barium and polon polonium polon111m polonI ¬
ium I i iii After ftC seelnalthat seeing I that the titles ti ties to totlie tothe toI
the I lie deposit were properly taken t kf > n care carerf carevt aret
rf t lln I oekwood went east and sub subt subCIueDtl subiqnestIy
t Kfoeatly tNJta became me Interested In t lf8tfd in the therUsc t thCienvry hp hptHeeofttT
rUsc tHeeofttT v ry of ofProteNlOr Professor and Mme me Cur Curr Currl Curne
r rl ne < v and Professor Becquerels an anriuncement anI anr
r riuncement of the radioactivity of ofiiranium ofllrnIum
11 iiranium followed as a it was wa It by the theiHseovery thei
i iHseovery I of rndiwn rndiwnTnto rndtmThis e
This Mwwrested to Mr Lockwood that thatthe thatthe thatthe I
the tiraalum from the Grand county countydposits countfpoIIt count countposIt
dposits posIt would yield radium as well as asuranium a asV
uranium V and nd a plant lant to manufacture manufacturetills man1lfa ture 1
tills 11 remarkable imbalance u ta will it is isaid I IIId 1saM
aid soon be b placed in n operation but hutwhether butbetbel butwhether
whether in Utah or at some eastern easternpoint eaeternp easternibInt
point p lllt baa not yet et been agreed upon uponOntario uponWDtL
1 1WLL
Ontario Company Abandon A Plan lsn of ofbU ofIlIding
9 bU IlIding Udinff at ta the Xias XiasPark JCaePark ln lnPark
Park Record RecordWork RecordVork RecordVork
Vork on the new Ontario concentrator concentratortear
tear lot No 2 shaft was abandoned this week weekt weekDel
t o4 Superintendent = nt A A 4 D Moffat has a alirge ILJoaJI aLLrge
lirge J workiag force now engaged enc in uls ulsiiiantttng dleJ1ntUD IIsiiuiMlng
iiiantttng ana tearing down he old mill millut millsit
ut 11 t the mouth f the canyon This move movevras movew uloverj5
w vras rj5 made n nece necessary c lllary sary by the condition of oftb ottlll utt
tb t tIe 9 ground roo where the foundation of the thenew the111bulWlDc theIe
new 111bulWlDc Ie building was being laid which was wasS
1 Mind to IMI too soft tor practical prac ca pur purloeM purI
1 loeM oses ° and as it did not improve any as ast
t IMS work ork progressed the new ne plan wasI was wasVLTy U ULI
I VLTy LI wisely adopted IdoptedWhile adoptedWhile adoptedWhile I
While the old mill hi not situated ltua just justdesired Justa
a I desired with the pecesnary V4K ary altera alteratiups alterat
tiups t j and improvements it can be made madet madeto
t to > > answer Wr r the purpose quite as well wellit as asH asnew
H new structure The pan floor will be belst beIt beIit
lst ataa4 and it will be necessary D to toj
r j itse d bOUt eighty feet to the tunnel tunnell tunoelIel
Iel I ve1 l and when this is done a small hoist hoistsrill botattit hoistwill
will tit be installed talled to raise the ore from the thetunnel thetunnel thetunnel
tunnel to t the mill thus making it Itvery ItverynvealeDtly very veryt
t unventently handled handledWhile handledWhile handledWhile
While the work of tearing down to go goligon cot goLigon
t ligon 011 hi the upper part of the building buildingJoseph butldllUtJ
J Joseph J o Lubeck L > ub ck has a force of men menllOyed em emIloyed m mj
Iloyed llOyed j on the ground floor sluicing a aed
ted 1 ed of quicksilver that was found under underone undrneof underno
one neof no of the tanks It appears that a leak leakoccurred leakccurred leakiccurred
occurred In this particular tank and for forthe tort
the t be twentyodd years that the mill 11 was wasla wasIn wasIn
In contlnvkl tbnlal operation It was being ab absorbed abtorbed abtorbed ¬
torbed and taken up by the earth Under Underneath underJ underJIeSIb ¬
J neath tlL The bole from which the dirt dirtiOW to tonow isow
now ow being taken Is already alread twenty feet feetileep reettEp feetecp
ileep tEp and ftd the ground is still at 11 just as im irattreftnated imIleftDtM imregnated
ttreftnated with quicksilver qul kllver as ever with withuo withhO
uo sign of its giving out Mr Lubeck is isi isIn ising
> i tlng In < to put a night shift on pretty soon sooni soonow
i tow and nd has had electric el ctric lights IIgh J put in for forthat forI
that 1 purpose Water to somewhat scarce scarcehowever kreeloweeI scarceiowever
however MO tIIIOthat 0 that it will be necessary nect to tohave to11ave tohave
have each shift shovel its own dirt that thatis tbatis
is is 5 they shovel dirt for half a shift and andsluice andIulce andiuIce
sluice the other half One hundred and andseventyfive aDdeytftlve andseyentyflve
seventyfive eytftlve flasks of the product each eachne eachne eachne
< ne of 0 them weighing < seventysix and andnehalf andIDebait anditebaif
< nehalf pounds have already been taken takenut takenut takenutottlsplaintobeseenthattbs
> ut utottlsplaintobeseenthattbs utottlsplaintobeseenthattbsI so 1IO1t ft to plain to be seen n that the theproposition tbeIropcMlltlon
proposition I is a splendid paying one oneThree onethree one1uee
Three bars ef f silver bullion have also been beentaken beenI n nt
taken t akei from the pans and this alone alonetrougtit alone1r alonerougbt
trougtit 1r rougbt f1own rm I13PO 1300 to 11500 11500uAL S15 S15OUUAI 1500 1500Beportst
Beportst of Saving reatly Szagger Szaggeratsd Bxagl8rat4MJlJ xagger xaggerat
atsd at4MJlJ at dVukuown Unknown ICstal la I Product ProductThere lroduetEbere ProductThere
There have been many DaaaY statements in intrircuuttlun IndrcuaaLJa inirIiUMIUUU
trircuuttlun concerning the results of ofUaa a atrial atrIal
trial run made on the uredge erected by byi byttMa1 byvnetaI
ttMa1 i Weaver on the Snake river near neartto nearUrab4 nearrafld
Urab4 rafld vIew 1h These statements have been beenIO
tto IO 4 palpably lUhtIl absurd that they lbe tended to toIATVW tol totbruw
IATVW l discredit di discre4lt lt upon the enterprise One OneWAS Onew
r WAS w to tne offeit fevt that the ground ound rr rriurn rr rturned
iurn 1 urlMd d 11 la H yard Hn in 0 gola arid another anotheri anotherlbat anotherUtat
i hat tb the saviny savln was 13 3 a yard artl in gold goldThe goldTile goldThe
The Bolos Statesman which has been beenvery beenery beenery
ery much interested lateN8 in the enterprise enterpriseittce e rpn e11ICe
lace it would ould be of great Importance to toIiave to3a tohaVe
haVe 3a a process installed by which the theKWd theWCI theLd
KWd WCI in the Snake river ter gravel could be berofuabty bereftabb beI
I < rofuabty rsflAatA3P saved 55 working on a large scale scalejias e eJIIUJ
jias 15 thoroughly Investigated the Weaver WeaverloctftoO WeaverJ Weaveroetb
loctftoO loctftoOla J oetb oetbIn
la toofcing the matter up it has ba been heeni beenjouod
i ound that General Weaver secured some somewhat lIOIDerhat seinewhat ¬
what more than leo ounces ou of o amalgam amalgamiom amala amalar
rum r m a short run Miners Mine estimated that thatthe thatI
the 1 he amalgam would run about IS an anounee antunee aniinee
ounee and on that t was based the claim claimi
i hat the gravel vel was returning < d a yard yardthe yardr yardlie
the r h lie amount of gravel put through the themachine theJ
J machine having ber determined d by bymeasurement by14ea11UNlIIeDt tyIaeaSUNDeCt
measurement ef t the pit pitIt pitIt pitft
It turns tu our however wwi > vf > r that the > amal amalium smalJu amalraei
ium Ju did not run sa 3 in i 1 gold A small sma II por porion porion
1 ion of It was wa retorted toned at t Boise a large largeroduct largeproduct largei
i product roduct being secured but wlitn it came cameis camet cameto
is t the assay y of this th product the amount amountwas amountef
ef f gold was w small mal1 all From the gold found foundis roundII
II 1 the thenulalgsmtho tubalganv < the etrtltnate tImate in made that thatthe thatt
the t 11 he machine saved 197 cents a yard in iniotd InlotcL IniolL
iotd What the remainder of the prod product prod1ct prodict ¬
uct to has not been determined If it itFhonld itIbotIlci itthoiild
Fhonld be found to be silver the saving saving1in
in both metals according a to the esti estimates estimate tI tIJraatetl ¬
mates would 141 be b 8I7 87 7T cents per yard yardIt ard ardIt ardIt
It to believed be1 ed by some that the remain remainder remainf1 remainipr ¬
f1 der of the product is platinum a metal metal11tat metRIn
11tat 1 hat commends a very fr high price but butthat butIL t
= lelI r
that IL hat point has not n been dotermined doterminedihje lterminedlw > in ini
ihje i balk of the amalgam was U taken to toirTew torPW toNpw
irTew Tork Tor by General f npral Wearer where the thexaet thesaet theaaet
xaet contents ea tent will he determined determinedA tA rmintd rmintdA
A saving viDS of is 1 < < Hnu ntJ4 would make the thetnVrprtoe LIteve thei
i tnVrprtoe very ve pn Irtilahtf > tilal titahie > le if thc th gravel gravelan graf gyAn > 1 1It
> an It ne fcandtal bnd on IL A large t ralc at rea reamaMe reamable rcaabk
maMe abk cost costBXXVB2 C9at8XLvn
Meet MGdItDportlmt Inportiint Step Stepin in International InternationalCommerce InteTnat10nalCommerce InteTnatlonalCommerce
Commerce CommerceWall CommerceStrtct
e Wall Street 8t r ft Journal JournalTh JourniliTb 1 1stHtC1nPl1t
Th stittement ma maI le by Huch H Han Hanii
J1 ii of f the conmiinsion appointed to draft draftH
H 1 Ulan > n for putting Mexico find China on onH onb onII
H basis b ls of stable st blE exchange with gold goklstnuUird goh1Il1Idar goldtiilird
stnuUird t countries that its work will be beIT hIlv beI
< IT m moat mt Important step now poU P K ° > Klble < Ible In Iniln
iln 110 1 ield of international commerce cllmnu > r > is isv i ino Isv
> v v no rid moans an n exaggerateti exac eratf > 11 estimate estimateMexico estimatetlxio > <
Mexico and < ° hina are ar < now the greatest greatestlitifKMnk jpEattIl4mieat greatestIier
litifKMnk Il4mieat > ot silver iIer countries in the th world worlda worldail
a aI ail MI < I if they the arc to obtain that develop developmrm deelopnnt developntnt
mrm of thir Iii r material r rC csources < ources > and andnim andqmmqc andnmcjce
qmmqc nim ycc wlii which < h is so lmi III1IW1rtat > ortant th thlY thlYmllt thrv7LllMt v vTiinst
Tiinst put their money morn > on o a basis that wifi wifiri willrlkl wifiriiko
ri rlkl k the nit nlts > of excbanre with gold goldocntries ftohlntriee golduntrIes
ocntries ntriee mor < stable As a it is the th fluc fluclatlons flueI flucltIiOPls
latlons I t lOll are ar so n fr freuent rf > nuent upnt nn Ufll 111 1 wide as to tonis toa toausc
a ausc nis us the th largest lar I t confusion t te < > merchant merchantloiiiff mprchantlIin mrehansing
loiiiff lIin ing biwii btUM H with lth them nml un a 111 thus thusniitlv thllr t ttiqratIy
niitlv r atlv redu the volume of h 11tlr lr com coniinrtc comInn cnlflPC
inrtc inrtcof Inn lflPCf
of f special importance is this to the theTniied theTnilld thetyiipd
Tniied State whch wh d1 ban already so large largemi
mi II interest it both cguntrics and which whichlostined whkbdtlned whichlstined
lostined Immensely 1 111 01 pl1 1 to j Increase incN e its it In InIn InIn InIn
In tt tltm rn n American capital is al ali MI1ady ulaly
i 1ady a aly < ly flowing into flt Mexico Mixi < in large la vol volinji volUflit 01 0111m
inji and th Mrxlc Ixl111 ii railroads are for fortli forthl
tli 1 1i < > most part rnTiean ii Investment I and atwlflt andftHbly andI
I flt ftHbly bly connvrii cona t with wI h our tir railway railwayt raUaCtPmf railwayMPS
CtPmf CtPmfA MPSs t ° nis nisAs
As A s to China the United UDlt d States In com comrmy cQAITn coflip
rmy Tn p i n v with wit h the other otheroommerclal oommerclal nations nationsf nad ns nsf
f tho hp world to 1 preparing rjDA to enter the therijnu theI thening
< 11 < rijnu rli nl door of that va VRHI t territory temtDr which whichnuh whl whlllh whichth
nuh llh th its teeming t population and and its un
known wealth of mines offers Otf 8 opportun ¬
ities that are beyond calculation Al Already Already Already ¬
ready In the Philippine we are on the
very Vefrtbreshold threshold of the door and as soon soonas soolias
as the project of an tethmtan canal la
completed t < we shall tweven better pre prepared prcooilrtd prepard ¬
pared tw take full advantage of this thisenormous thisenorm01Hl thisenormous
enormous market
As a preliminary to this development it itessential
Is i essential Es that the th > money system of ofMexico
Mexico and Qhfna should be be put put on ontable a aRtable Cstable
table basis This is i as important to toMexico toMexico toMexico
Mexico and China as It i ill to thecoun thecountries tbe coun countrea OUfl OUfltrIes ¬
tries doing business with them In fart fartit faetIt factIt
it is from them that the request est for the thefimmission theTo thecimmissil
fimmission I 1 cane caneHow cameow
How To ToI ow the commission c ni iOfl will PI reconcile reconcile toe toenetiKsity thene th thflecegaity
netiKsity ne < sity for a silver currency < in Mexico Mexicoiid MeJtLcouHI MexicoLtid
iid China with the th he first requirement or ora ora ora
a stable rate of exchang flxch nl namely a jrold jroldstandard go14Mtandarl < old oldotandarll
standard basis will be fully dlsclnned dlllCkJ8fdIt by byits bylu
its < report The commission Is composed composedI fompo
of able abl members Who have undoubtedly undoubtedlydon UAdoubted l Y YdolW
don dolW their work well Mr Hanna who whohas wOOhu whohas
has 110 o high a reputation in thin country countrybecause rountrybeC8 tountrybeeiiua
because beC8 tI of his services In behalf l of finan financial financial flnancial ¬
cial reform says that the t results attained attainedare
are very ery gratifying and that seems to lie tfean liean isian
an ample assurance assuranceRECLAIMING auuranceItBCLADlIHG assurance1CLAIMING
Preparations to Open the 3 tn tnDown Mines MinesDown ines inesDown
Down to 5000 Feet FeetVirginia PeeLVinla reeLVirginia
Virginia Nev Report ReportThe RepOrtThe ReportThe
The work w rk of rotimberlng the Formaa Formaashaft ParmanIIhart Porinanshaft
shaft down to the connection n with the thesouth thesouth thesuth
south lateral branch 6f t the Sutro tunnel tunnelis
is > progressing favorably and It Trill be beut lieput beinto
put > ut into condition for installing In an air atrto airlift
lift elevator and auxiliary electric plants pjantstu
to unwuter the flooded levels leve of the Gold
Hill mines This with the proposed In Installing IntalUng installing ¬
stalling of a similar plant plancln in the Ward ar arhaft
haft assures the recovery of ail the sub submerged lIubomerged submerged ¬
merged levels of the Comstock down to tothe tothe tothe
the a M the greatest dept attained and andwill andi andwill
will i 1 make it possible to sink nk down to tothe tothe
t f11bleTft 4i 4iaccomplished
the 5000foot level level That this s will be beaccomplished beaccomplished
accomplished in the not far away future futureis
is < the forecast of men who wbuknow know whereof whereofthey whercoth whereofthv
they th y affirm affirmThat aCfirmThat affirmThat
That the th Comotock lode will be eventu eventually eentuall evefltUally ¬
ally all explored to that depth the th Is no nojicadventure 110t ItoltttdVefltUre
t jicadventure of a doubt as these is no notangible notailgible
tangible reason why qbheU the t6 greatest lS ore oreproducing oreltrtatllclng r rproollclq
producing fissure in the history h of mining ln1nl
should not contain even greater bodies bodiesof
of highgrade ore within Its 100 OO feet of ofwidth orwidth ofwidth
width between betw Ea < walls on the 3309 3 level levelwhich leelwhich levetwhich
which wus demonstrated hi luthe the explora exploratory oxplorutury ¬
tury work In the Savage Nnrurow and andCombination andtm1iInation
Combination om lnatton shafts where the footwalt footwaltf
lr > f the ledge was cut just above that
li depth depthThe > pth pthThe
The first fruits of this th work will be bethe bethe
the exploration of the large quartz < body bodyon
on th the 800foot level I ei of the Bullion
Alpha and Exchetrwr Exh rur through the Ward Wardshaft anI
shaft This 1b Thu body bed will pay for extraction extractionthrough extractnIi
Ii at t the pn present > sent reduced rata of mining
through the introduction of electric electricpower electricPower
power Miners who worked in the Empire Kmpireand Empireand
and Bacon locutions now included in the theBullion the11ulllon
Bullion mining company territory assert assertthat assertthat
that there is a large body of gold bear
lag In quarts carrying an anverage average value of
m 2S per ton In that ground that would wouldpay wouldpay
pay for extraction during the thehlgli high pros pressure prossure ¬
sure UJ rates of mining and milling mIlUui In the thesixties theslxt thesixties
sixties sixtiesGETTING slxt sixtiesGETTING
Majestic Mines Min Are Now Delivering DeliveringOres
Ores at the Smelter SmelterMilford SmelterliIford SmelterMilford
Milford Times TimesThe TimesThe
The Majestic company this th week w k com commenced CODtmeneed cornmenseS ¬
menseS regular ore ha haullftg uU uliag dor or the cop copper copper copper ¬
per furnace the first shipment hent being beingmade beingmade beingmade
made from frumtho the Old Hickory At present prseenta
a flftyrton car is being loaded load every day dayat dayat
at the Hickory siding some 8O om of o the ore orei orecoming
i coming from the dumps and some from fromI fromtbe fromthe
I the slopes stoP Next week shipments by rail railwill railw111 railWill
will commence from the 0 K and It Iti itwill
i will not take long to accumulate aecumulate1a a fifteen fifteenor
I or twenty twent days supply at the smelter smelterwhich IImelterwhkh smelterwhich
which is I the amount wanted before the thecopper thecoplKr thecopper
copper furnace is I blown in in Wagon scales
have been put in at each mine me the ore orebeing oreb orebeing
being b ing hauled from mine to railroad by tn the theton theton
1 ton It is unloaded at the tb large bed just justsouth justsouth t tfIIuth
south of o the copper furnace furna The big ore orebins orebin orebins
bins bin will be filled just as soon as con connection conDe eonnettion ¬
nection De < don is made with the trestle trestleNext trestleNext trestleNext
Next week sinking will be resumed at atthe atthp atthe
the winze from the 400 level of the O K l
This is now down forty feet and as wa water wakr watar ¬
tar has been struck a small pump will be
installed installedPresident lDtalltdPre installedPresident
President Pre idpnt Mncklow has been isen in I Hart ¬
r ford d this week J attending attendingthe a meeting 01 01the otthe
the board of directors 1ta At meeting 1
the vacancy caused eau < ed by the resignation Uont of
Senator Sena tor Lewis was filled by the election electionof
of a Chicago stockholder but his name namecould namecould namecould
could not be learned learnedTuesday 18 learnedTuesday rned rnedT
Tuesday T sduy was Majestic payday and Sec Secretary Secretary Sacrotary ¬
retary Merrlman came down fro Salt Saltpaid
Lake with ith the pay checks The COIDP8D7 coLipany coLipanypaid
paid out nearly 1000 1000MUNI 90600 90600MINNI3 800INI
Mine Xbe Was dosed Clo iJuly in July on Account Accountof
of the Smelter Strike StrikeThe StrikeThe StrikeThe
The Minnie Moore mine at Bellevue has haaresumed humumed hasresumed
resumed shipment t of ore says the Boise Boisestatesman HollieICtateaman Boisestateaflian
statesman When the strike against the thepmelter theImelter thesmelter
smelter trust was started hi July uIy toe lat latter latbr
ter t r declined to take any more of the th ore oreof oreof oreof
of the famous Bellevue 4 Ueue property That Thatmade Thatmadf Thatmade
made it necessary necesaar to stop the work in the theslopes theat0pt8 thestopes
slopes but the development work was wascontinued waJIcontiDUed wascontinued
continued and the mill was kept run running runnlq runfling ¬
fling reworking tailings The mill prod produce produce produce ¬
uce was shipped but no raw ore had gone goneout goneout goneout
out since the strike until within a few
days ago agoThe
The The mine is capable of making as great greatan greatan reat reataD
an output of silver and lead aa a any other otherproperty OtherProperty therproperty
property In the state Manager anitger Boctcwell Boctcwellsaid BoekWellHid fiockwellsaid
said recently entl he could send out 1663 1b tons tonsa
a month for more than a year from tro pros present p prosent ¬
ent nt development As the ore is very high highcents blebgrade highgrade
grade carrying 75 per cent ICad ad and abOut
JO ounces silver the outpUt In doUalll and andcenUl andcents
cents amount to a large sum e each ecbmonth eachmonth ch chmonth
month the mine is In full operation
In I speaking s aldng of the resumption re 1imptlon of ship ¬
ments IDe the Halley Halle Time says The KiD Mlnnie KiDnle Misnb
nie nb Moore Mining company now that the
American Smelling trust hi again buying I
has begun to output upon a large seal
Its manager Intends Int nd to ship an average averageof
of 1000 tons a month from now on The Theore Theore Theore
ore selling for tiOb 100 to 1130 120 a ton grow an anoutput anoutput anOUtput
output of 1000 ton tOns a month will w bring
from HOCODO to 120000 SI20 IOO or nearly one and anda
a half ba f mlons of dollars doUa a yen foU As the
MiarJr Moore has very er extensive bodies bodiesof
of ore ONthe the value ahAt of which Itt said to be
1200001K OOO lll and possibly 4000000 OOOOOit it can caneasily caneasUy caneasily
easily yield lOOo l0 tons a monjh mo moi for years yearseven yea yeacen yeareven
even If no additional ore should ould uld be de developed develo developed ¬
veloped eda a contingency that is extremely
unlikely unlikelySKXLBTQVt unlikelySxELwrolr I I51CBLETOX
SKXLBTQVt CRBBX DIGGINGS DIGGINGSProspector DIGGDfGSProepeetolB DIoc + nfGs nfGsProspectors
Prospector Return eturn to Mountain MountainHome XountablHome MountaiHome
Home With New Eldorado Samples SamplesMountain SamplMountain SamplesMountain
Mountain Home Ida Ida Bulletin BulletinCharley BuUetJnCbarlfY Bulletinbarley
Charley Howeth Bob Burns and Sam
Buss Ba got back from Skeleton Skt > lftOn creek Satur Saturday Saturday ¬
day where they spent Jhe e entire summer lIter
developing the t splendid property pro ty they
jointly j ntly own in the th new El Dorado about aboutwhich aboutwhich abontwhich
which no o much has ba been written and
talked talk c1 for the past six ix months There Thereappears Thereap Thereltppeara
appears ap ars to be no reason to think other otherwise otherwise otherwise
wise than that the boys have really and andtruly andtruly
truly struck It rich richSpecimens richSpecim richSpecisneni
Specimens Specim n of the ledge matter are now nowon nown nowon
on n exhibition in various places including
the Bulletin office and a gMtos g to un unnecessary unJl usnecessary ¬
Jl necessary to locate the yellow bits of en enchantment ea enchantment ¬
chantment which so plentifully dot cjo the thepieces theVIeA
pieces tccea of rock brought in In Even It you
believe all you hear about it It you ought oughtto
to go and take a look at It for it will d dyou dp dpou doou >
you ou good lrOOdmake make you feel r 1 glad the boys boyscorrect hO
have tine prospects anyway wblela wb1ch1s the thecorrECt t tcorrect
correct feeling to have after afterbarley alL It
Charley Howeth h has been giving vine some someof somecf
of > f his many friends tTI nd a pretty goat time
for several day d pat t t and very often oftenpaying OreDlutlntr oftenpaying
paying the score with golden oldea nuggets n
brought hruu ht from the Klondike of Skeleton Skeletoncreek ake1etonreek 2k leton letoncreek
Frankness FrRDkD on Part Parto of HIlt Manage JCanagements Xanag4menta Manageutents
ments Would Prevent Payment PaymentMining PaYIDOBtMining Payn PaynMinIng
Mining and Scientific Ient tlc Press PressAn PreNtAn PresAn
An untimely untimcl dividend dhid nd is often forced
from a companys directors in opposition oppositionto
to t their judgment and wishes Ib bv bimpa impa ¬
tint stockholders who wh cannot understand
why money mone in the tb treasury could be bet
tr used u in Insuring or creating condi conditions condiIluntll condlIin ¬
tions Iin that would enable the company
to I pay My bigger and more permanent nt divi dlvitienda ¬
dends later on The best way y to prevent
dissatisfaction or 81I8Pkion suspicion Is to be frank
Few stockholders tO kholdeJ8 will
< want to adopt a apulcidal afuiddal asuicidal
suicidal policy If they can be shown that
the best Interests of the corporation can
be hotter served by betterment of 0 the
companys property than skinning the tk
treasury In an effort to satisfy U8fy the un ¬
thinking by declaring a dividend out otj of
money that could be well employed p1o in de de ¬
velopment and improvement improvementLIDA improveinestLIDA eM eMLIDA
Two Nevada Camps Cam Which are At Attracting Attractisig ¬
tracting Attention AttenUouTonopab AttentionTonopah n nTonopah
Tonopah Miner MinerIlda MInerI MInerIlda Miiiet1ida I
Ilda generally looked lookedu upon n as a sUrer
bearing district but since the opening C up
of the Ranch It Rerger rpr gold property a awl ff1Ilwith awlwith < i iwith
with the th > Oro Blanco mines o o the north northwhich northa
which a hkh are trt goAd o d and silver the district districtTokop dlstrltd
d UI ctrtaa lt becl beeoiue Me a 5UUI eoid eoidTo ti
ducing In one oneTokop
Tokop To op with Its large l iais aimer he raI I terri te I ¬
tory i now being bel opened Lne up P by tao ostrong o ostrong
strong conmaJiles co cound TO Thb ftekofc i1 oki jpfoMfc jpfoMfcunder aof
under und > r tIUU2ltem management t of ofL J t ffcwlHC t1C atid iid
the St Louis undfr und r Ca Ce e ODounUl 0 DIU II both IwUac
Students Meet and andElect Elect Officers of ofVarious ofVario ofVarious
Various Vario Organizations OrganizationsProvo
Provo Sept 26 26The The following school schoolofficers 5CH0 dtoolomcers ° 1 1oMcers
omcers have been b n elected by the stu students students students ¬
dents of the Brigham riKham Young univer university unherIItty univeralty ¬
sity Where two names occur for the thesame thesame thesame
same office the first is the name of the thesuccessful thelnICCetJlSful thesuccessful
successful candidate candidateStudents candldaStudents candidateStudents
Students Body Organisation OrganisationPresident OrganitionPrNidentWarren OrganipationPresidentWarren
President PrNidentWarren Warren A Colton B O OColton oColton 0Colton
ColtonVice Colton ColtonVice I
Vice President Pre PresidentMiss ldent1lIss Miss Leolette Chris Christensen Cbristensen Christensen
tensen Gove E Phelps PhelpsSecretary PhelpsSecretaryJohn
Secretary SeretaryJobn John E Hays Miss Acaha AcahaEgge Acs AcahaEggerteen a aEggert I
Egge Eggert Eggerteen EggerteenTreasurerGeorge risen risenTreasurer n nTr
Treasurer Tr TreasurerGeorge aaure George eotge C Lindsay Dell DellBoyer DellBoyer Delifoyer
Boyer foyerAthletic Athletic Association AssociationPresident As AssociationPresidentRoyal oclationPresidentRoYal
President PresidentRoYal Royal J Murdock Fred FredLamb Fre1Lamb FredLamb
Lamb LambVice LambVice LambVIce
Vice President PrHldentD D E Have HaveTreasurer Ha HayesTrea e I
Treasurer TreallDJfIrRobert Trea surerRobert Robert Salnsbury SalnsburySecretary Salnslmr8eretaryEarl SainaburySeretaryEar1
Secretary 8eretaryEarl Earl J Glade Ora Hoi Hoibrook Holbrook
brook brookBaseball brookBaseball brookBaseball
Baseball Manager ManagerM M W Merrill MerrillBasket MerrUlBasket
Basket Baskett Ball Manager olanagerD D J 1 Glade GladeTrack GladeTrack GladeTrackManager000rge f
Track TrackManager000rge Manager MnagerGeorge George C Laney LaneyI LaneyLiterary LaneyLiterary
I Literary Society SocietyPresident SocietyPrfsldentlis8 SocietyPresidentMiss
President Prfsldentlis8 Misa Sytha Brown Miss MissPearl MISSPearl I
Pearl PottEr PatterVice PottErVhe PotterVice
Vice President Pre tdentMlss Miss Hannah Dunn DunnGeorge DunnGeorge DunnGeorge
George C 2 Laney LaneySecretary LaneySeretaryKI8I LaneySecretaryMiss
Secretary SeretaryKI8I Miss Josephine Jo tphlne MurdocK MurdocKMiss MurdockiIIlu MurdockMiSS
Miss Emma Woodhouse WoodhouseTreasurer WoodbouseTrt WoodhouseTreasurerHarvey
Treasurer Trt asurerHlf1rey Harvey Fletcher FletcherBoard FletherBoard FletcherBoard
Board of directors of the White and andBlue anr1Blue andBlue
Blue the college paper J H Wash Washburn Washburn Vashburn
burn Miss Emma Woodhouse Charles CharlesColton CharlesColton charlesColton
Colton Other candidates were Miss MissAllie MljsAllie MissAllIe
Allie CarUen Hyrum MeOurdy and andDell andDfall afldDolt
Dell Boyer An editor will be selected selectedby
by the board boardStandard boardStandard boardStandard
Standard Bearer Bear BearerAndrew rAndreW Andrew Lofgren LofgrenJ
J C Hacking HackingHigh HackingRiKh HackingHigh
High School Notes NotesDuring Not NotDuring NotesDuring
During the past week the work of class classifying claMtrying classifving ¬
trying students and utwigning claiisrn bus busbeen ba babeen haSbeen
been completed Jteted and the school to 1 now in ingood InIrood litgood
good running order orderAbout orderAbout orderAbout
About 250 freshmen entered the High Highschool HI 111gbschool h
school 8 hool this year ear mainly from rum the eighth eighthgrades eigbtbades eighthgrades
grades ades of if the city ity According to schools schoolsthe choothe schoolsthe
the classification cia is as follows Bryant BryantI
1 Oqulrrh 28 Wasatch aaatd1 19 Grant 1 1Kmcmon 15 15E1ncrHn 1Emerson
Emerson 14 Union 12 I Hamilton 11 11Lowell 11Lowen 11Lowell
Lowell 11 Jackson 9 Franklin 9 Wash Washington WamIngton Washlngton ¬
ington 10 Webster 9 Training school schoolSUutD 8 8Sumnor 1Sumner
Sumner SUutD > r 7 Lincoln 2 Fremont Fr mont 3 3A 3A 3A
A Dutth Interior painted painted Inttd by b Miss MisHelen MI MIHelen MissHelen
Helen Simpson of New York 1 1 ork has been on onexhibition onexhlblUon onexhibition
exhibition in the art department this thisweek tb8week thisweek
week weekMr weekMr weekMr
Mr Garrett again has charge chare of the thephysiography thephYt thephyaiography
physiography phYt ograpby classes at the east side In Inaddition Inadc Inaddition
addition adc ttlOA to the recitations Mr Garrett Garrettwill Garrettwl11 Garrettwill
will have laboratory work two days a aweek aWfek aweek
week weekMr WfekMr weekMr
Mr Ingebretsen en who was in the com commercial commercial cornnwrciat ¬
mercial department last year has re resigned relened resigned ¬
signed his position In order to give ve all allhis allhis
his time to his legal practice For the thepresent thePlellel1t thepresent 1
present Mr McKay is teaching the com commercial corn3nercial ¬ 1 1merctal
mercial law and Miss Bond the commer commercial commerclal ¬
cial geography geographyThree commerI
Three classes c in third year algebra have havebeen havebt havebeen
been formed in charge of Mr Gillilan Gillilanand Gilulanand i
and M Miss Paine PaineA
A considerable number of students are areelecting areelecting I Ielecting
electing mechanical drawing which will willbe willbe I
be taught by Captain Webb WebbThe WebbThe WebbThe
The two commercial < arithmetic classes classesare classesare I Iare
are In charge of Miss Mi a Paine and Mr MrBrown XrBrown MrBrown
Brown BrownMr BrownMr BrownMr
Mr Clark lark In addition to his chemistry chemistrywill chEmlstrwtll
will teach one of the physics classes this thisyear thisYEar thisyear
year yearThe
YEarThe The Daughters of the Revolution Revolutionthrough Reoludonthrough Revolutionthrough
through the regent Mrs Sears have pre presented Plfented presented ¬
sented to the High school a handsomely handsomelyframed handllomelyframe handsomelyfrmed
framed < facsimlle copy of the Declaration Declarationof
of Independence IndependencePermanent IndependencePermanent IndependencePermanent
Permanent seats in the assembly rooms roomshave toomtabave roonulhave
have been assigned lImed during the past week weekOIl weekOn
On Monday afternoon the Athletic as association asIIOClatton sssociatlon ¬
sociation held its first meeting and elect elected etectoeel elected ¬
ed the followingofficers following officers for the coming comingyear combeyear comingyear
year President Pret dent Corydon Higgins first firstvcie Uratvcle firstvcie
vcie president Frank Holm second vice vicepre vicepresident
president pre Ray Weller secretary Curtis CurtisJlawaon CurtiClaweon CurtisClaweon
Claweon treasurer Ben Harris press precsagent prtJlSact pressagent
agent act > nt Earl Havener A A new board of di directors direew ¬
rectors reew was also chosen consisting of ofCharles ofCharles
YiuC r niIa niIa19OIJ
Charles f Woolf OI Hume CHve iv Han Han Hanson Hanson ¬
son Mark Groesbeck and one member to tobe tobe tobe
be elected from the East Ea t Side High Highof Highof Highof
of which are working large forces of men menwith menwit menwith
with wit flattering results resultsThe resultsTb
The Tb Rattlesnake group owned by Louis Lou LouisChiatovich
Chlatovich has a force of men working workbaIJthe workingthe workmgthe
the mine and mill steadily steadilyi
In the placer diggings of Tule canyon a aniUnber aMinber
niUnber ber of men are working with rockera rockeramd roc rocMad rocl era eraiid
md Mad reports portal say nuggets are found in
abundance abundanceWindy abundanceWJDdy abundancej4y
Windy j4y Pab the new gold district districtis
is looking fine and a number of Colo Colorado Cob Cobratio ¬
rado capitalists have been bonding some someof someof
of the good properties recently recentlyAt
At Silver Peak P k the Mary Mar mine Is produc producing prodUIng producIng ¬
ing quantities Quantl ea of rich ore and the ten tenstamp tenmUI teastamp
stamp mill has b commenced for a long longrun longrun longrun
run runThe The big alum deposr owned < by E E A AMontgomery AMontgomery
Montgomery Mont mery and S R Watson atson ten miles milesnorth milesnorth
north of Silver > r Peak has been opened up I
by b cuts cU J and shows large ledges of crys crystalteed Cr Crtalhled crystalized
talteed alum alumH i
H McCaghren is putting down two twoshafts twosharbl twoshafts
shafts one for the TonouahAmerican TonouahAmericanand
and the other for the TonopahColumbla TonopahColumblaThe
The shaft on the TocouahAmcrican TODopah Jncricaa is isdouble 18double isdouble
double compartment and will be sunk to toa toa toa
a depth of 100 feet At a depth of fourteen fourteenfeet fourtetnteet fourteenfeet
feet a two and a half foot ledge was wasstruck wasItruck wasstruck
struck showing low values valuesMessrs valuesMessrs
Messrs eers Mitchell and McMahon two twowell twowell twowell
well known mining men from Colorado Coloradoreturned Colora Colorareturned Coloradoreturned
returned early in the week from a trip tripto tripto tripto
to the Price properties at Windy Pah PahThey PabThy PahThey
They express themselves as much pleased pleasedwith pleaMC1with plesstdwith
with that section and think it has the themaking themaking themaking
making of a good camp campPark campPArk campPark
Park City Shipments ShipmentsFollowing ShipmeAUrFollowing ShipmentsFollowing
Following are the shipment of ore orefrom orefrom orefrom
from the Mackintosh sampler 111unp for the thepast thoput thepeat
past week as reported by the Park ParkHecord Parkord Parkecord
Hecord HecordDalyWest ecordDalyWest ord ordlyWefJt
DalyWest DalyWestSilver > 3W0W 3W0WSever 1
Sever King lW 1 1Ontario 7tt 7ttOntario
Ontario OntarioBeck OntarioBeck ew ewBeck >
Beck concentrate ttm ttmScottish 1 1Scotthtb steuOScottish
Scottish Chief ChiefBarnes u uDames ifcMtt ifcMttBarnes
Barnes Bros concentrate concenhtealaildriver 44euti 44eutiKaildriver 44MNaildrlver
Kaildriver NaildrlverTotal 9MOO 9MOOTotal 3I00iTotal
Total 54K76 54K76Mining I
Mining Notes XfoteeMilford fot fotMilford NotesMilford
Milford Times Willard Thompson who whorecently whoreceotly whorecently
recently took a bond on the Jumbo situ situated situated situated ¬
ated near the Cave put a force of men to towork towork towork
work on the property this week weekPark weekPark weekPark
Park Record The DaJyJudge com comVednesday compaDY cornpany
paDY put a force of men on at the mine mineedntKIay mineWednesday
Wednesday We are Informed that by byMonday byMonday byMonday
Monday or Tuesday Tu > day at the latest the thework tbework thework
work in the tunnel will be finished and andthe andthe andthe
the mill started running in good style styleA
A special stockholders tockh ldtr4 meeting of the theMorrison theMorrison theMorrison
Morrison Mining company has been lM n called calledto
to meet in this city on Oct 12 for the pur purpose purpo purpose ¬
pose of o electing directors and filling ex exhousehold exlaUng cxisting
laUng acancles In the compan companys ofnc ofnchouse officisi officisihousehold
household householdMarysvale house householdMaryavale bold boldMarysvale
Marysvale Free I Lance ince Max KrotkL KrotkLwas lrotktWas tkl tklw
was w showing some float rock ru k this week weekthat w weekthat k kthat
that he picked up on the Perjue The rock rockfairly rockfairly rockfairly
fairly glistens with the native gold and andsome and80me andsome
some native silver is intermixed It is isan illan isan
an exceedingly rich specimen and Mr MrKrotkJ MrKrotk MrKrotki
KrotkJ thinks it cameoff came off the Wedge Wedgevein Wed1tvein Wedgevein
vein which is said to pass j > ass through the thePerjueSurprtoe tbePerJue8urprl thePerjueSurprise
PerjueSurprtoe e ground groundPark groundPark groundPark
Park Record Work at the Liberty LI rty tun tunnel tunDel tunnet ¬
Del Is going steadily ahead ah > ad The tunnel tunnelto
to now in about 300 feet and two shifts are areworking arewortdac areworking
working in the face right along The Theforeman lheforeman Theforeman
foreman at the mine is looking for or an ar arrival urival arrival ¬
rival of machinery IDchln ry every ever day da a aft the man management m maement mlagement ¬
agement has he announced that it has been beenordered beettordered beehordered
ordered and everything is in Jrfadlne Jrfadlneto readiness readinessto
to receive It When everything everything is i In Insmooth Inflmooth insmooth
smooth running order the force of work workmen workmen workmen ¬
men will be increased considerably considerablyIt <
It is I given out that the mining towns of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Cotur dAlene d Alene country were never In Ina Ina itta
a more prosperous condition More than than23CO
2300 men are regularly employed in the themines tbemines themines
mines and mills at wages ranging from fromto
13 3 to S per r day da Business Is said to b bgood bIn be begood
good in all the camps and a spirit of ofi ofeJ1terprise ofenterprise
i enterprise is in the air The Jails of th thvarious thrloui thc thcvarious
various rloui towns arc empty and law and amiorder andorder 5111order
order reigns throughout the district districtNew dl districtNew trict trictNe
New Ne York Pr PrI < Out in Gold Creek CreekNev Creekev CreekNev
Nev ev placer miulug is done with chick chickens chicken chickens ¬
ens en Large flocks are turned loose in inthe inthe inthe
the ranges ra and when rounded up their theircrops tlrcrops theircrops
crops are found to be parked with withFach K4M K4MEach g5 g5Each
Each hen will pick up 80 lO worth in a year yearBut yearRtt ear earRut
But maybe the lit goats oa t of I t northern rt hrrn Italy Italywill Italywill t 1y
will ilI be an improvement With little 1il
s school h l Thy Tt association a begins the year yearwttH year1rt111 yearwith
with a good td membership and aims to do doall doall doall
all in 11 its pother p9 tr to encourage and support supportthe 5upporttbt supportthe
the football team teamAt tEamAt teamAt
At the football t < tuJ1 banquet last spring the thecaptalp thecaptaJp thecaptaip
captalp Paul Kelden Neld n and Manager Will WillFowler WillFowler WillFowler
Fowler were chosen t n for this year These Theseofficers Tbp Theseofficers e eoftteers
officers have seen n on the lookout for good goodmaterlaaft4 goodmaterial j
material materlaaft4 and hd already lread have tried several severalnew everalnew severalnew
new players in IndUf different t positions While Whileseveral WhileHClftral Whileiteeraj
several of the best members of the team teamgraduated teamcra4ted teamgraduated
graduated last year still the captain captainnapes captainhpea aptalntoorcanlae
napes to toorcanlae organize an eleven el ven which will willbe wUlbe willbe
be a credit to the school schoolOn schoo1On schoolOn
On Wednesday afternoon Mr Eaton Eatonheld Eatonheld aton atonheld
held a meeting of ail the boys to discuss discussIn dIPcWIIIcadeto discusscadet
cadet drill While t the drill ill compulsory compulsoryIn
In th the fMshman and sophomore years yearsMr YP811nr yearsMr
Mr Baton = urged the boys of the upper upperclasses upperelatuess
classes to nr remain in the h corps cur pe and d hoped hopedthat hopedthat I
that this thu year night t be the most success successfnl suc successIn
fnl In oflta of its existence enee After speaking brief briefly brlttIy briefly ¬
ly of the t advantages advan 8 Of military training traininghe
he awaotmce that during the year prizes prizeswould prizeswouJ4 prizeswould
would be given to the best drilled com company comJDYanci cornpan ¬
pany JDYanci pan and a fold medal to the best bt t drilled drilledcadet drllld1Idet drilledcddet
cadet in the battalion Uallon Noncommis Noncommissioned Noncommissionedoffice NoncummissionetlotIees ione l loftlcer
office below the th rank of first sergeant sergeantwilt sergeantwill sergeatitwill
will be selected by competitive examlna examinations examlnatlQJUI examlnaUons ¬
tions IB 11ia tactics t1ca and in drill These exam examinatHms txamloaUuua examintiuua
inatHms will wfllbt be Conducted ducted by officers officersfrom officersfrOlDFOrt officersfrom
from frOlDFOrt Fort Douglas and the national nationalguard naUonolcnard nationalguard
guard guardDrill
Drill at the West Side began on Friday
hi charge tf f Captain Webb Fiftyfive Fiftyfiverecruits FlttyflvereerulteJ Fiftyfiverecruits
reerulteJ recruits enrolled olled in the awkward squad squadAt squadAt squadAt
At the JCat SIde dc drill began on Thursday Thursdaywtth
With fiftrsixnew fiftysir new cadets cadetsA adetsA
A number n1Jtll of girls arc re planning to or oranice org organ1e
anice g a basketball team and expect to toare tokaY toliav
kaY are a room on the third floor of the theBOtefice tbeaoleac thesOe5Ct
BOtefice bnildme for their rames ramesMr famesMr lImea lImeaMr
Mr Spooner who has change of the thework thEIE thewrk
work IE Ja physics ph is I a graduate of Amherst Amherathas AmhEntt1aa8 Amherstcollege
college Nbas has been teaching te blng recently in inColo IntJae InthaSalIda
tJae thaSalIda Colo Hih High school Mr and andper andera andMiw
era SPOOper per are for the present Dre mt at 270 270Mtos 1sth 210WetSatlt
WetSatlt sth Temple TempleMI TempleMiss
Miss Yardley Y rdlfa7 is I now settled at Mrs MrsNordwardX MrN4tIItw MrsNordwde
NordwardX dIJ Fifth East EastMrs EastJeJlntDCB EastMrg
Mrs Jennings gave an interesting tntere tlng talk talkeo talkP
eo 0 ParU before Ute Ladies diee Literary club
Friday Afternoon AfternoonKatherroe 1ternoonKatherine fl Obn Obnat
Katherine at Mathenon who was obliged oblig to toleave toJeae toleave
leave school last year yt > ar on account a < count of ill illhealth 11IhfaJtbhu IllhaIth
health hfaJtbhu has reentered Ieo ntered the commercial de deKdna dehlel deof
Kdna Shields hlel of Missoula MI1 < 1IOula Xont Sam
SoVrnan 11180 Oyster Oy ter Bay L I Schuyler SchuylerJUstiCsV ScltuylerJ1 SehuylerJliatk
JUstiCsV J1 Jliatk tlC iCowmto ind Herbert Calvin CalvinSeneca Calvin8e CalvinSeneca
Seneca 8e ne oaUs < Falls atlg N Y and Eula and Flor Flortilke FIneonce Florence ¬
once Younger ounger Ixntdvillc Colo Cob are among aon aonthe
the new students who ho have enrolled in inthe Intbe Inthe
the laat aetSIdIa st StdteHigh k1e High school schoolJ schoo1M achoolMm
M J T Easley Easle of ofvisiting KanAs Kansas City Is isvisiting
visiting 11111 he h sister Mrs Ii Presser ProsserLuluTaysnmvtelted Pro PresserlIpTaysnni1elted aer aerF
LuluTaysnmvtelted Tynmhtltfd the High school on onThe onTllt
F Priday PridayTIk
The bench hmctirOOm room in the Union school was wasopened wasopene4
opened this week weekWtt weekWID weekWfl
Wtt Bae Batemai and Frank Fisher Fisherand ISIS 1903and ISISand
and loa Botbwell 1901 are among the
Salt Lake High school graduates who
haveentered bu euteled Stanford StanfordFoster stantontFo StanforttFaster
Foster Fo ter Curtis C rfla and Hyrum Bergstrom of ofmem orthe ofthe
the cIaaa of of3O1 1101 visIted the science de delftent de deptment
ptment mem this week weekly weekIvy weekFry
ly Ctefthdrn 1903 has returned to toschool toBCbool toschool
school to take drawing drawingErejyn drawi drawiy
Erejyn y Thomas andMary and Mary Cowen were werefMtors werevlldtera werevItors
fMtors 0 II Ou Tuesday TuesdayJllttan y
Lillian Connelly IS l0s 1 Is continuing conUnul her herwork herwork herwork
work hi the art department departmentAmy d departmentAmy tment tmentAmy
Amy Bttmel at f the junior class has haswithdrawn baawltbdra1D MSwithdrawn
withdrawn from rom school on acoodnt of ill illness illn illnese ¬
ness n in the family familyBranch tamlly13ranch familyIranch
Branch normal normalRegistration NormAltra NormalRglatration
Registration tra lI n is a little slow this th year yearowing yearperhapa yearowing
owing perhaps to the fact that many manystudents manystudents
students are ft kept at home to help gather gatherthe ptherthe gatherthe
the unusually heavy crops A his big nv nvcreaee facratlftls hicrease
crease cratlftls IH expected Monday Mondayflhe MondaysThe
The new science acI ce building Is not pro progreprtftg proIi p
greprtftg gresei an fast as a we would wish wishMtWle be because ¬
cause of ottbe the delay in getting < material materialgratifying
The last week haW howerir r has brought more morefPatllJiDlJ moregratifying
gratifying results resultsThe reaultB1beItoa resultsThe
The 1beItoa boys of manual training cl cl118e8 cl118e8and
2 and S are preparing the lumber to be beused beused beused
used in erecting a shop north of the li ¬
brary bra building
Chapel services thhi thf week eek were con ¬
ducted ducWdby bjr PrlncipsJPorter Prfnelpalf PrlneipaE > Porter orter Instructors InstructorsDeckftr InstructorsDeitr
Deckftr Drjgip and I LIs > wls 111 AH spoke en encoursftngiy enO encoursgtn
O coursgtn coursftngiy y to the students udents and advised advisedtheqj advi8edt
j theqj t as 1 to o their years work workThfttmrd workThe
Thfttmrd TIP J thrd d year class Is exceptionally exceptionallysmall exceptionallyemall exceptionallysmall
small as yet and tntf prospects for Its Itssise
sise Ise inoreashig ia yflg are rather slim A large largeJapf largeseoned
seoned Japf 7 i class has t registered registeredof
I S ms of the nonial no tAt instructors be besittetf beae besides
sides ae canvtassfng an a of r the surrounding surroundingcountiy surroundingcongtry
countiy c before befo school commenced comm nced made madea made1trl1t
1trl1t a Lila > to t the Grand canyon A very en enJ
JoraUle J Um lane Is reported In the party partywere partywere patywore
were Principal J cl l Porterinstructors Porteto 1ntructo Lewis
Ward Driggi Dr and andDr Dr Middleton John JohnFuller JohnFuller JohnFuller
Fuller a student ent piloted pft ted the sightseers sightseersten flightacertraIning ighteeerstratnlq
traIning theywonld they would In all probability be beten
ten times as 1 good as a lCk pick and nd shovel
If then stomachs could caul be lined with withmercury withMlaeuJ7 withmercury
mercury to arrest the gold they swallow swallowand swallowand swallowand
and keep p It from passing through the thebe thtalimentary thealimentary >
alimentary canal each ot the herd might
be bewortla worth several hundred dollars a year yearTHE yeari yearTHE
35 to 37 E First South SouthWilfley SouthWilfley SouthWiIfley
Wilfley Concentrating ConcentratingTables ConcentratingTables ConcentratingTables
> Tables TablesDurkee TablesDurkee TablesDurkee
Durkee Electric Drills DrillsRevere DrillsRevere DrillsRevere
Revere Rubber Cos Belt Belting Belting Belting ¬
ing Packing and Hose HoseMachinery HoseMachinery HoseMachhiery
Machinery and Mining Supplies of ofAH ofAll olAll
All Kinds KindsWARREN fUndsW KindsWARREN
Local Manager ManagerThats
1 W WI
Thats what the history of our ourCoal ourCoal ourCoal
Coal has been Well ell no it ithasnt ithattnt ithasnt
hasnt been all good but It has hasbeen hasbt hasbeen
been bt n HO much better 1H tter than tha n other othercoal othercoal othercoal
coal that it seems ems all good goodThe KoodBAMBERGER goodBAMBERGER
The Iie Man on Meighn St StFine stFine StFine
Fine Bread Breadand Breadand Breadand
and Cakes Baked BakedFresh BakedFresh BakedPresh
Fresh Every Day DayChas DayCbas
L Chas fi Ssyboldt SsyboldtProprietor Seyboldtroprietor SeyioldtProprietor
19 E E 3rd 3rdSo So St StSalr StSalr StSalt
Salr Lake City CityPhone OityIhone CityPhone
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Best Grocers GrocersDEAIERi GrocersSHANNON Grocersci
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S > Dickinson DllklnK > n William Uhmb Bros Eli 1 11 L Price New pw Ciy Market M I Wolfe WolfeBaer F iii iiiRaer Muser
user B Falcome F 1OClt M J Hardln S i Slaughter Miller Allen Hapgoods Mar Market Markct Market ¬
ket Rigby Brof Brottnlon Union Meat M at and Grocery Gr ery Co Davis I Kirk Lewis Knight W S SHenderson SHenderFon SHenderson
Henderson BarnesHardy Co W L Price Mi MUam lam Loes L O J Yost E A Hoag
lin F P Wilkins T E Harper R J Fisher M J Bridgeman Brldgf > man F J Lucas Lew Lewis Lewis Lowis ¬
is Son Lyon I Richardson R Knotts Bros JOBBERS JOBBERST1e The CosgriffWood Co Co CoHANUFACTTTRERS CoFairbanks CoFarballksftlorsc
Fairbanks Farballksftlorsc Morse Co CoMANUFACTURERS CoFXtANUPACTUBERS
Thirtyeight gasoline Hoisting aOis ting Plants of our make installed installed in inTJtah inUtah inUtah
I Utah Idaho rnd nd Nevada the past year yearRailroad yearRaifroad yearRailroad
Railroad and Contractors Supplies SuppliesFairbanks SuppliesFairbanks SuppliesFairbanks
Fairbanks Standard Scales ScalesA
A full fu111ine line of ore cars buckets sheaves wire rope fan fang blow blowers blowers blowera ¬
ers and everything pertaining to mining equipment constantly car carried carried oarned ¬
ried in stock
We are also agents for Sturtevant Rolls and Crushers CrushersWrite CrushersWrite CrushersWrite
Write for Circulars and Prices
218220 S West Temple St StCommercial C P MASON Manager ManagerSALT Mana ManagerCommercial ger gerCommercial
Commercial Club Building BuildingTelephone SALT SA L T LAKE LA K E CITY CITYUTAH Cl CT Y
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I I Most iIost men en are domestic in their theirttatefor twrt1i8tefor thrtMefor
ttatefor cigars and we carry a per petriiGapt perfor
iiGapt 11 Iine rJn for the wholesale hol trade tradeIGraawida tiJ tiJOrmiMl tradeeldas
IGraawida eldas Dry D Climate Jeeepkivear Jeeepkiveari J 9HpAi 9HpAift esbinea
i ft t Priace Charles Men buy a a a J het hetoftawnjust t torE t tCf
orE oftawnjust uhem just as many mAny as we sell sellRCBGBR seJJt seJJRI8GBR sellRIBGBB
W i The Whiskey Meroiiants MerohantsI MerohantsBAD N rohants rohantsse
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Accounts notesjudgm811ts notes judgments and all other aecowdli hue here eJ elsewhere ewJaeror
or anywhere oonQQted cofl ted from anyone for Anyone no colleetl eolie a ti a DO DOehar nocharge
ehar charge < e B tablibed tan years Ganera1 offices top floor Commer Commercial Otnumercfal
cial block Addr Address all letters to the theMerchants theMcrchdnts
Merchants rrotective Associ Associdtio tion tionScientific n nScientific
Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts DebtsFRAN DebtsFRANCIS
FRAN FRANCIS SiLUI LUKE General Mana Man g er erf erSALT erSALT
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C thUd chDdt It is is40 to have a thankless thanklesstoeth thanklessto JI JItoeth
toeth toethWhat to th I Iat
a What at is i the remedy remedySit ftJDEdin remedya
a Sit C in the shade had and d paint any an 3 t tol
0 ol old thing with Noals Enamels Enam ls lsSold e eSoW
0 Sold only by Culmer CulmerTkats c cThits
Thits the th Atswer Atswerf AiswerE
E f br 6 F r CULMER BIRD
20 E first Sftntii St StPaints stPaWs stE
E Paints Glass Yinisfcw Bates BatesTJaion 1lI 1lIdt ihu
dt lll l d dUDIoa > > 1 1Union
Union Pactfic Railroad Company CompanyAnnual C CAmula CompanyAnnual
Annual Meeting XeetingTHE MeetingTHE eetiDgTHE
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE THEstockholders THEtockt101dEn THEstockholders
stockholders of Union Pacific Raflrw o1O d dcompany dcompany 4compaay
company will be held at the office kc of tie tiecompany t thecompany I Icompan
company In Salt Sa It Lake 1a k City Utah UtahTuesday UtahTuesday I ITueeclaY
Tuesday October 13 i 191 lPtt a 1 at twelve odo odonoon odonoon oclonoon >
noon for the election of f fifteen ftn director directorof
of the company comJIIn and fr the transaction transactionof
of such other business < s as may 1 legally legallycome y ycome
come before the meeting meetingThe me metiligThe < tillg tillgThe
The books bOoIutfor for the nansfer of stork storkboth uthboth k kbQth
both common and preferred will willclcae4 t tclosed 111 111closed >
closed for the purposes of the isme 55t tins tinsat 1 1at g gat
at the close ef the ousiness on o Saturday SaturdayAugust llatyAU SaterdayAugust
August AU t 2 21 > 1903 and will iII be reopened reopeiiedten < t tten ttea
ten oclock a m on Wednesday edDe8da Octsber r rU
Datod Dat August Au t 21 1903 1903Notice 1900fo 1903Notice
Notice fo of Special 3 Xeetbac e tLaa of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake I Lodge No 86 8 B JIeaeyo1eat JIeaeyo1eatProtective BsnovolsntProtective n vol at atProtective
Protective Order of Elk ZlksNOTICE ElkNOtICE ElksNOTICE
NOTICE is hereby he b given that then twUl twUlbe Will Willbe
be a special spec 1 meeting of the members membeisthe of ofthe HCthe
the corporation known as a Salt Lake Lakelodge LaJelodire La1elodge
lodge No 86 l of the th Benevolent Ben oI lt and Pro Protective P1otet Pr Prtectivo ¬
tective tet ve Order of Elks held In the totee toteeroom Jodaeroom Iodieroom
room of the Elks club bulldtac buildI at 18 18tlouth B BSouth etouth
South State street in Salt Lake Qit >
Utah IT tab at S oclock p m of Wedoss4a Wedoss4aOct W WOct WedseOct >
Oct 7 IMS for the purpose pu of consenting consentingsaid coneentkItI
I to and authorllllng the proper officials r rald fsaid
said corporation to tosje lW 1 bonds of tin tindenomination UI UIdeDOmtaaton tltdenomination
denomination of GO 0 due twenty twent years yearsafter yearsaftr yearsaftr
aftr date and interest hearing at th thrate the therate a arate
rate of 5 per cent per annum in t tert te teseries j jseries
series ert to be known and designated tedA tedAanet A Aand A Aand
and B respectively for the t purpose poaepf poaepffundiD of offunding o t tfunding
funding < Its present p nt total Indebtedness Indebtednessand indobtednesand nell nellad
and to secure the payment of said Issue Ie C Cbonds CbOIIdB
bonds by executing and delivering to totrustee 1 U UtrUlltee atrustee
trustee for said saidbondholder saidbondholders i d
bondholder bencUaoI ene a mortgage upon the olk ol1os ol1osthg > w wing
ing described property FOptrt towit Port Partt Parttlot f flot r rlot
lot 4 block bloc k 74 4 plat A Salt Lake Cfty sur survey eu euvey u 1 1yey ¬
vey bounded as follows Commencing it ita t ta ta
a point 12S lil feet north of the southwest southwestix aouthweltOIner southwetcorner
ix corner > rner of said lot No 4 thence cast 112 112lc I i iJ 12 12teat
lc J teat t thence north fifty flft feet thence west westJli we westil > t tlC
Jli il feet ind nd thence south so th fifty feet to the tbeplace theplate tieplace
place o beginning DDlnc situated In Salt Lake Lakecounty Lakecounty Lakecounty
county Utah and also to pledge in said saidmortgage 8ldmortgage eadmortgage
mortgage the sinking fund of the sad sadcorporation Saidcorporauon id idcorporation
corporation provided tot in the bylawsJ by bylaws
Exalted ExaltedSecretary Ibder Rul RulSecretary
Secretary SecretaryUTTLKi SecretaryDelinquent fttary fttaryDelbtq1leat
Delinquent Notice 1foticteLITTLEr NoticeLITTLEi
LITTLEr CHIKK CH1P MIXING It MlIJUfNQ MlIJUfNQcomcany LlJNGcomcany Ii4lbTGcoinrany
comcany Principal PrtneI a1 place of bavtfaass bavtfaassSalt
Salt Lake City Utah There an tWIn delinquent tWInqUftat delhiquest ¬
quest upon the following described stock stockon IItockOD ck ckon
on account of assessment ment No 17 of one onei OD ODcent onecent
i cent ocr share levied on the ITtfc MY dayof MYof Myof
of August t hIS payable oft or before beforeSept bedoreSept II IISept
Sept IS l 1903 the several amounts aJIIO feet feetopposite lletoppeslte SetOpposite
opposite the names of f the respectiveshareholder respective respectiveshareholders vo voshareholders
shareholders as follows followsert 0110 0110t
> ert t N No L Amt JLaaXKo IatNo AmtNo
No Name Shares Due
27 Samuel l IL Nelson S 5 1000 M S Sit W
143 Samuel H Nelson 11S ll n nSamuel 2 2iz
205 Samuel H Xeteon NeIsonlt Ml 1011 oil
441 A C Wall all ISO 5 100 10
491 Isadore Lederman L 1MI JS Gu GuS34 < K
634 4 R R K Waterman aterman 5 ON i IAlbert v ttt
686 Albert McClellaad W 1555 Ii 00 10 J JTOT
TOT 70 W H Tibbate M 3 1 J 3 3G7
767 1 Thomas Tregoning 318 31 I IA1 IIIS is
7 IIS < B A A1 J Underwood 6M C 51
m Arthur Liday n 10 i i IU IUm o 4
772 Arthur Liday S Jft J J1ii
776 Barnett Barn tt Langley S S I 60 roC
776 77 C Barnett Bar ett Xngiex 10 C
713 Barnett 4k Langley G gg s 5J J Ji8I
786 Barnett A Langley C fie fie7fI8 6 at
788 James Me McA A Lea Leavy vy CM CM7K SiI SiIZIi S >
7K K M Miller X er 1CW L M J8J VI
342 J 1 A A Pierce PIe 1 0 M 100 100And W WAnd IIAnd
And in accordance with law and order orderof orderof r rof
of the th board of directors made on tfto tfto17th U U17th tflolth
17th day of August 19W 1 190 so many ny afeares afearesof n nof
of each parcel of o stock as may be acces accessary aecessarv necessarv ¬
sarv will be sold at the office of o the com company companT cornpony ¬
panT NOR No 471481 South Tenth East street streetSalt streetSalt streetSalt
Salt Lake City elt Utah on the ftb th day of ofOctober orOctober ofOctober
October lieS 1 at 12 oclock ocl k noon to pa pathe pay paythe >
the delinquent assessment together with withthe withthe withthe
the cost of advertising and expense of ofsale otsale ofsale
XKINNEYSecretary Secretary
Nos 471481 South Tenth East Street StreetSalt streetSalt
Salt Lake City CityDated CItyA CItyDAr City22nd
Dated DAr tht Lt 22nd day of September SeptemberA SeptemberDSLINQUBNT r rDELDfQUENT
A A D 13
tion of prindiMtl princl1 place of business buIIln Salt SaltLake SlaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Utah Notice NotlceTIaere There are de dellnauent delinQuent deIlnauent
llnauent on the following described stock stockon
on account 3c < Ount of assessment No 4 4 levied I on onthe onthe oilthe
the 4th day of August loa the several severalamounts 8everalamounts fleveralamounts
amounts set opposite the names of the therespective ther therespective
respective r tlve shareholders < as follows followsNo t tCfIt followsNo
No No NoCert NoCeet
Cert Name Shares Amt 4Jntto 4
40 C It Chamberlain 8tt 2S 00 00J
55 J EHarris E Harris GOt Zi < eL1 iii
63 Julia C Klrsel l 111 o > u 18 4 HJ
141 F B Shelley Shf > l1tY M 1 i wi UI
183 Charles E Stanton S 12 M
184 14 Charles E a StanMn scaa Wt J2 W 50 5 54s
345 4s G A Damon a J to tx 00 00C3
423 4 R Simon 11 S sJoe 19 19Jos < < Q
49 Jos Johnston i S S SISS EnO 25 110
653 JoeL Johnston 14M 1 idw it 0 j
743 14 Mrs MruEMConaefll B M CoaswO IS IS7K I 125 5 5ib
7K > J 7 S Ferris IN 6W 6WR3S 5 tel tellB
R3S ib Abbie e Waddell WaddellS = eii SS
S 67 7 J JSFerrla S Ferris 500 500t84
984 J LSFerrls S Ferris FerrisW7 iN 5 SW SWIST W W9It1
W7 J S Ferris 5J g
1159 111 N A A Pace am 5 00 o
1166 N A Pace I 10 500 500ll i 00
ll 1163 9 N A Pam HI 1 5 0 I >
1324 ins A Pollock Co aOO 0S MM MMISO 11 ft 01 01im
ISO 1 Mrs E M ConneM G I It6 2 fjiI fjiIitss V V1T65
1T65 S C Sodbvry se 000 0tf O16a
1366 Thos Currigan MO 5 W t
11379 1379 N Knsensperger 14JW 1 fisoo It 00
11380 11 381 N No Rnxensiwrirer L 1500 i o
1423 14 423 N A A Paiw 5 55 000 fI8
1441 R A WattHll W 4tll1l 9 9148C iiIII 25 eo
148C 14 Vk I Kminedy IWn edy H SN SOO s 000l 4JO 4JO1411I8
14 1411I8 l Fred W Gillett M 10 5 o 4101I1 o oIil7
Iil7 NeWe te P 5 Keorh I I151S u uliB 25
liB 151 F iWaHdngshaw 2 1 w titu is isIto wISM
ISM 1 L Hamilton 5 5un 50 0 10 0
un J L L I Hamilton S S15W MS t9 t9Ira
Ira 156 Chas B B Stanton ton m S 000 no 0lliIC
1664 HatfieU Sons Co Co150K 11 S 000 000ISIS 09
ISIS 1 HatfteU Sons Co f fi 0 0 00 00I 410l1M
I l1M i Hatfield Sons CSL C SW 25 000 000ItWTurehter W Wi 00H
i H H ItWTurehter W Turchter 12 X 160 36 361JSFerrie 60
1JSFerrie 153 J S Ferris 11 1 W W13W SOut 001594NAPe
13W 1594NAPe N A Paxfe IS t tW ti < T
1007 97 W H Sheets SM 25 Sl W 1 1lam
lam 1 W H Sheets Sb fts a 3 1 65 551m
1823 1 W H Sheet Sb Sliceis1U 9W 9W164Z U110 >
164Z 1U E M West 8t SW 25 000 W
1650 M S Pendergast 374 V 70 7016B1 i
16B1 M S Pendergart P 2 221 II IIAnd J1And 10 10And
And In accordance with itti law and the OTO cMtr cMtrof T Tof
of the board of directors made on the the4th the4th the4th
4th day of August lIdO so many shares ree f feach fpach feach
each parcel of such st stock > ck as may maynocessarv It ItnfCfaRI e enecessary
necessary will Ill be sold 1 at the office of ofthe f fthe fthe
the company room 306 06 Anerbach A IIf1bacbbalhllng IIf1bacbbalhllngSoutb baiMlnt baiMlntSouth bulMineSouth
South Main street t Salt lake City Ctt Utah Utalion Utahon ITtalion
on the 6th day of October 1M8 1 1i at t tine tinehour t ihour ille illebnur
hour of W oclock a m to par pa the theIInoufnt th o olinouent de deIInouvnt >
linouent assessment asse thereon together togetherwith fosethrwith togetherwith
with th the cost of a adveltlilllt rajd and f re reof
SpSll8fs SpSll8fsSccretay
0 ale W erMQ1 MO MONT FWRRY FWRRY0ffI FR I ISecret
Sccretay SccretayOffice Secret y yOffice
Office 0ffI room No 3A6 Auerbach bofUln bofUlnSalt b1llWInSalt buUdintSalt
Salt Lake Cttr Utah UtahThe rtRhThe ttahThe
The delinquent dellnqientaah sale above mcntionrl mcntionrlhas
has been adjourned to and will be b ho hIat I Iat 1lit
at the same place Jla above described > d oi oiMonday P1Monda ciMonday
Monday Oct 12 2 190 19ftl at to oclock a n nBy PlBy riBy
By order of 0 the board of f directors directorsW dirtnrO
W MONT O T FERRY Seretary SecretaryDated SeretaryDatd SeretaryDntd
Dated Sept pt 26 1O 1OUotice 190Notice i iNDtlee
Notice of Assessment AssessmentMAY AJl8essmentKAY
i company PrIncipal place pla 1 of business businessSalt buslnesSaJt businessSalt
Salt Lake City Utah Notice Is hereby herebygiven hreb1IVeft bereb berebgiven
given < that at a special mooting nll tiD of the di directors dlrecto 41reetOra ¬
rectors recto held on the 12th L th > day of Septem September Septfmber Septembar ¬
ber l0t an assessment of 3 cents per pershare pElabaIe pershare
share being assessment No S 3 3 1 was levied leviedupon leviedupon
upon u Oa the capital stock of the corpora corporation COlpOratton eorporition ¬
tion payable on or before forp < the 1 he 13th day da of ofL 0 ofOctober f fOdober
October 1901 to C H V Ws ks secretary secretaryat s tary taryat
L at th u office of the company comp lIY < rooms 49 49v 49and 410and
v and 42 uo 4 D F Walke blot bI Salt Lake Lakai LakCit LakeCity
i City Cit Utah Any stock u 111 lo > on which this thisi tht thtalS thisaaseesmnt
i assessment 8tl1 may remain L paid on th th13th th13tb the the13th
13th day Of October 1 S will be delln dellnauent delinQuent delircuent
auent and advertise adnrl ol for sale AI at public publicauction pQbllaueUon pl3bleaucUon
auction and unless payment Is made madef be before hefore ¬
fore f will wlit be sold on Monday Nov C Cent lh lhat if ifat
at Z block p m to pa pay the ddlnQu dclinquct dclinqucttogether 11 t taDIent
aDIent ent together togeth > r with the cost of ad atlvlrt18hik advertisink
11 vertlsinj and sale salel
l C C II WEEKS Socrctary SretalFli Seretar7FIrst
1 First Fli t publication pub lcation Sept 13 1903 J

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