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PAY 108000 108000auarterly 10800Cj
i auarterly Dividend in That Amount AmountComing t tf
f Coming C min on the 15th 15thTONOPAH 15thTONOPAH
n usual quarterly IIVXtIr dividend of o 108000 108000i 1C
< i iotg ahax on the capital OttaA stock stocktv tockr S
r tv corporation WJM w declared by the theI th I Ii
I i v Wewt Mining MIM eampany yesterday It Itb 11b
b j paid on the JSUi to shareholders shareholderst I II
t itcord at t th oj ojoe < we ot business on onf ouL
f t rday next the 9th 9thn th thd1atitjUcjj
n dlatrlbutlon rounds out the th total I
4 t tI o year 10 t 4tt 0 ur t 490 a share sharenivktenda shareI shareI
I nivktenda ivkIed mId by the th company to tofi t I
fi 1 itf Lt and nd inetadlng nIfl this months payment paymentr
r us t the anus sto total of SSOtffe Dur DurI
l = November VcIflb r th company earned prac pract
t l double ita dividend requirement requirementr
r i ihtif i HIM not b n a month in the thea th tha
a thai it wa not able to add to the thero9
ro9 2 ± srv rvr Whll the company ha hat ltai ltaig
t < < > L nu statement on Ot the subject it itF fts
F rns s r riooth uafe to aar that the theI
I t tury ury will iff shw lM W a caah balance at tHe tHei th thS
S i u of tli the fiscal year o of 4jtl WtOO or orIf orfl
If rfv rfvfh rC rCTf
Tf fh fisurea will not sound good ooi1 to
i Host justm mi News ews Bureau which for forT
T y tr r luu baen bae taking regular fallo out outi outIr
Ir i lilyW 1LlyWt t Neither will it relish the thet theLAtFiiflt
t LAtFiiflt j uHMvt that the mine today la prob probI
I I letter off In the way of ore r rearve rearveI wrvj wrvjj
j in it t hajt h ever been The statement has hast
L tt t recently come from official sources sourcesl
l U t th ore body on the 15JH > level of the theI
I T un ore body that has bwm driven drivent
t Tugli u l for more than 1300 feet shows showst
t vith at the end ot this drift and with withE withF
E ti r MO J feet yet i to run to reach the theJj theD
Jj l > Judge end llrtea Jhe of over aijetyalx
r t This ore Is known to be of attL5 antiKb antiKbtjss
tjss PiUHmr rradc with jHUumerablM 1ntumerab1eshipping jHUumerablMr
r is tjf shipping ore running runnjn thraugh it
I i ilsoknown that devxloprnqpta dutr
I w the last year year on the outh aideof tla tlar
r I ijitiyry hyry dyke have heenof > > een of more than thani thaninr
i sin inr > c iinrntrtance go that all things tilingsi
i nsulered fl ChtCd the mine can be rated a be
1 in n prime phyaical condition conditionih
ih vumiMwny is also a heavy owner in inIi Ini
Ii i Intie Bell which has recently opened openedit openedtidy
it tidy of rich ore that bids b1d fair to rlVnal r1aLL
L L at t mined In the Qulncy no dividend dividendar
ar confidently counted uuon from this thisSuifif thisuArLt
Suifif uArLt during the coming year yearFREIGHT yearFREIGHT
Here Is the Way Producers Will Be BeHeld BeHeld
Held Up Beginning Today TodaySpecial TodaySpeetal
Special to The Herald HeraldtiMiifield HeraldI
tiMiifield I 1Atkld Dec 4 4The The n new w freight freightt
t 1 r s announced to take affect Dec 5 are area
R sruUy The following ts the local ton tonl
l i < rate t to Mine the terminus of the theli the1IfiMd
li 1IfiMd > lfieUl and Tonopah railroad and the theJ
J iution ° ttnri with the Southern Pacific on onnorth onL
L north to smelters at Salt Lake City Cityr
r il i innver Ore not over P0 10 grade gradeU
U jidfleld J210 Tonopah 150 from Mina Mlnaover Minar
r over 80 but not over 40 Goldfield Goldfleldt
I 1 t Tonopah 3200 200 from MIna 5 over overM overlI
M lI but notover tO 50 Goldfleld LI To Tor Tor
r uh 3 from Mine 675 G7 over 50 O but butl
l t over 60 Goldfleld 4B Tonopah TonopabS
5 S from Mina 7 over Ci A1 > but not notr
r ST Eu Goldfleld 4SOr 4iOTonopah Tonojwh aM aMJ
J m Mina 8 over 70 O but not over KO KOafield O OifId
afield 525 S Tonopali 75 from Mina Minaf Minebut
f e but not over 90 o Goldfleld GoldfleldTonopah GolddI
I Tonopah 4 4 from Mina 10 over overK
K E iut not over 100 Goldfieldv 695 L9 To Tono Tono4Z o o4UT
4UT from Mina 51120 over 510 I but butr
r t over 3150 150 Goldfleld Ju50 u5O Tonopah Tonopahli
li 1 t from Mina 1155 over luO l but not notUT uotr
UT r 2OJ W Goldfleld 7 Tonopah 3 5 from fromM fromI
M I > XI1S5 U2 uv Vt r 200 OO but not over 260 O Ot
1 liiuld t ild 775 75 Tonopah SW 54 from Mina MineI
1 r over 360 but not over 400 Gold GoWt
t i a 1 s40 Tonopah 6 from Mine sizo sizor 1250 1250r
r nil ore turn concentrates of a value valueV
V 1 t i tesg ess of 3uO per ton the local road roadv
v I L S the rate by adding to the rate ratei rategt
i oel gt for 3UO valuation 2 per cent of oftv oft
tv t ahie above 800 Ol If ores of a value valuei
i te < < > per ton and less than 1300 per pert
t i rk are accepted by b the road a 3 per r petit petititr centI
itr is charged ifof 1RJO a aT wfdffc wfdffctUuatlon
> tUuatlon a 1 per oailt i Wln as asF
F I el of the value of 000 O antV iIuder iIudert MDilor
5 v p j IKT cent cen t is tuuteanoil Ot ie v ride ist > W Wr 10c
r h instance being on the ralimtiah In InC
t C o 0A taOA taOAiiTO
iiTO A L r are two local roads but they
1 > rfiently been eon consolidated olldate < l The first firstc firstvis
c wis knownax known a the Tonoi Tonojish > ah railway railwayr
r iinp ug fi front om Tonopah to Mine the other otherx
x c ur pr is the Gokifleld railway run runi runrom
i from rom Goldfteld to Tonopah These Tnesenth Theseh
nth h tb contruted by independent independenta
< a tat at after 3fr Harrlman had refused refusedk
< k the expenditure on behalf of the thetVrn thetrn
tVrn Pacifk It i is the boast of the theiiih theS
S S iiih ih railway that it paid for Itself Itselfr flee fleec
c r ig Inc first seven months it was in ina Inc
c a ilon ion BvMently it la the purpose to tol
1 l oth enterprises k keep p on paying for forn
n r five every seven months The TheS
S 1 regulation crave has not struck strucktIS
Beieved at Park City That ThatWest Daly DalyWeet
West Is Seeking Control
Mifftnlng tnttbe price of Ontario OntarioOH
f OH fitk stock w taken at t Park City to tov
S v iiiat some one is after the control controlisr
isr I properties It was stated there therelay thereS
S lay that J 1 E Bamberger east uastil eastI
il I i > was believed fl4 to have ORtethincr ORtethincrHitb omethlngS
S L Hitb itb it It was argued that the theI
S I MiiUiiions so far aa they re rei
S i to the th draining of tb the properties propertiet
S t t5 L in themselves have resulted resultedOoEiblinc
5 OoEiblinc uultng of the > ric rioa bW for On OnU
11 MR Itt duv 3u and neither would have havea
a the unusual activity in Daly Dalythe DalyS
S the he opinion O lfllO of the < PaKktte6 who whov whohing
v tihing hing the game that tb the Daly Dalyoinpany DalyS Dalytnpany
> oinpany wants both the Ontario Ontariou
S S u mines in order that It may b bn be beI
I n aster of th the drainage problem In Inun lBS lBtilt
S un 1 1 it is pointed out that now H Hn line
n ne to make a move to seesre emr awe awenot aceit aceittot
> not att aftr r the niteft have been beenuad
4 < uad ta stocks of the companies companiesil
S ti flbVf UJ S3 S3Li
il broken in touch with boUt lie lieand teS
S and Ztl Now York markets clam t tf tS <
S f S vo Intimation that any owctt suqb a ar aV
r V fmant Th3nt in on loot and they attejbute attejbuterisr
S S risr in the bl bbl < l price of o Ofiuptaand Ofiuptaandt Onts1p and andS
S xity in Daly to the atrth of
t st tek k market generally antf an tKefaet tWo fact
i io o one thinks other than that both botha
a uv i art ridiculously cheap at present presenti
i And there you are areORGANIZE eraS
Salt Lakers Will Operate Lead Mines Minesin
in White Pine County CountyV
V k tides Iea of incorporation of the While
P Pfl4S n Tad company of Salt Lake City CityT
S t tiled yesterday The psiy ex exS
T S ra 5 to operate the West Side West Westf
f < lf ii N < 1 the We Vte4 and Xe Plus TTutra TTutrau
S < u iaiina uitns In > Vhtt hit Pin PIne Mlnln 4Inlng die dto1rit
1rit Nevada with a capital stock of ofS ofsi
S si fw divided into 1 uhares The Thet TheIflS
t ims IflS ar LVt accepted In full payment ot otf oft
f t upt i pite fKk l of the company
truest lituubergd M i president A f C CF
F iif Jr vice president Herbert Cohen Cobensf
sf fs rotary and treasurer they with Her Her1or HerI
1or I fl Pitmberser and Newton A Dun Dunyon flunyen
yon constituting the board of director directorMINING directorsMINING
Wsofc Ofns to Lively Trading and a aStrong aStton
Strong Stton Market MarketAs
As A indicated by tins character of o the thet tsttdiflg
t ttdiflg < idine Saturday business oa o tb the beat tocalruiinsr beatTS
ruiinsr TS fl exchange opened lively yeaterday yeaterdaynd sterdaylid
nd prices were strong all through the thev
v I During the day a iota of of1te t 37 37ndfe
ndfe 1te of Mtocjt itoe with a gelling value ot otl otchanged
l IT 76 chanj changed d hands handsjax liandetjsx
tjsx jax iva W a jiromineut pertoriner an and andSq < i is
Sq s fTuctuaUoiv were att auLttIent flcient lo t k ji jih
h talent jwessirifr It MSmod at t td V4 V4T
T d J was then gradually > r > wd wJfd hok hokto ht httt
to 2K1 21 In the afternoii n vtf ite lu L 4 4aga4a 1 1affaui
affaui and closed just n r i > cU n
4 5 Hutltrlu ral Keen luuu luuuii i c cT
T sa 2 Dal Dali DI flJtidge Judge Little Bell On Onurio OnarIO
urio EasN EaS Blp B1 Columbus Con Conolidated ott ottoidated
olidated M May v ray fl New York Silwr SilvrShtd
Shtd Lti J Fweis ri
all of the partWyayla with the excel ¬
tion tie ot Lower Mammoth which sold oft ofla ofta
a little showed up In tine form
Following I if i the list of final guota guotationa nuotatiesis
tiona and an record of tale made during duringI tiuringLw24c
Lw24c ndei beard cells cellsI
I I Jor M aH Atternoon AtternoonL hernoonii
L Blfl iA kedii Bid lAsked lAskedAfax
ii s ii iitJx
Afax tJxulIBek 2SW
BunB ulIBek ek 105 iri i 14 10 10artea LI i14i i14ig
artea SJfc ss ssCreole
Creole 3d ij ijOnlyJudge
g ttt 7 41 S Sitly
itly J7A 104 iol 1O4 1O4DalyJudge
OnlyJudge OnlyJudgeKH s p Ii 800 SW SWDeW
DeW st U 1Ll2 iSi 138W
z it ILi 1 1I I 1l
0 Centre 4 S 310 3P 340 340Like
KH Silver i 1 lK j 136 13 lS lSLfttle 5 5Little
Little J3 flail U SM SOB 0 i I Stt L LIJ X ±
1 IJ aia Mauaiothl moth MK 37 I K KMammoth I IammoLh
Mammoth I I 10ft Lit 16S 1P 1PDl
S5jr Da t I WH Ui 1 13 1 13 13I J JOntar1o
I Oafario Ontar1o 1 2 2 2t 225 5 255 255SBVW 2ti5tro
tro trorteeslr
rteeslr rteeslrSliver
Sliver Win Ning 4300 J 9040 46 4L j M0 M0shreinsnto
Sefcrameuto 18 8 10 0p 3 i iShield
13 Shield f fU 34 5 3ti 3ti2ar
2ar Cqj 11 li i2 i2Swansea
Swansea 10 i 100 18 1011 1011I
I 10 10i3buehIn
i3buehIn 1 1111 10 10Mitt
U S Mia > I 39S 39SUtah 4OO 4OO12
Utah i 17 17Beaton 12 I if iftYflCle
tYflCle 3aiti 1 3S l 38I 1 1Victoria
Victoria i i7 310 I 3i1 3i1C
Beaton C 21W 2L 2218 2218Jo I4 L111 0t 0tButlerL
ButlerL e eIiet
Iiet Tilli C at atCtnry
Ctnry I 10 101pot
1pot iw t elI elITos
Jo Tos Bowers BowersLltUeCHiaC 011 011Little
LltUeCHiaC LltUeCHiaCNw Little ChIef 0t 11W 0C 0C1tIek
1tIek Tack 1 i 100 3S 3 3Npw
Nw York YorkTetro i W14 W14T
T Tetro tro I IVictor 111 I io E io ioVictor
Victor Coo J JWMNurt 0I I I11 04 I IWbiih
WMNurt I SO tft tftVaakee
Yankee C Cfsot I 51 I 30 3 3Ieot
Ieot Chief Chiefweraia Olilef1iuerskl
fsot weraia weraianiton I I Illalton
llalton niton i iRich 1 1jcb
Rich jcb Anai Anaioldfleld I O14 01 01STKS
oldfleld iidL B BJim I 06 06Jim
Jim Butler 1 55 S SMontTon
MontTon 1 2274 2714 L34 24 24Maetinwa
Maetinwa I iS I 10 I a hi hiToziopab
Toziopab 1300 7 1100 130 i 1400 1400TonBeI
TonBeI IM 106 110 106 1060oui
0oui 100 000 J I 5110 5110TonMM
TonMM 140 Hfl I 1 1Forenoon 3I 3IForenoon
Forenoon Sales SalesCartsa SalesCArIsa
Cartsa 1500ge4c 65 6110t3C > g58c g58cedftSite
0e0qe edftSite seller Ut UtUttle S SLittle
Little Belt fflft fflftMay 6l000 200014 00L03 00L03May
May Day lOOO lOOOSilver 1000titl2i4e seller 30 50012Yc 50012YcSliver
Silver Shield ShieldBMkTunnol T4c G24c G24cttah
ttah 10I00C S SBeck
BMkTunnol Beck Tunol 5000 500G0c 0c 100 100Little i00lfJc 500 500c
c S SLittlo
Little Chief lOOiHTSc lOOiHTScOpen 000C 000COpen S
Open Board Boardl
l 1000 00 Ajax at 21c 21clWf Ic Ic1SIfl
lWf > ButlerLiberal at lOc lOcSOO be0o
SOO 0o Columbus Con at att9 att9lo 192
300 lo Columbus Con at 298 2P seltar 10 10S
S 300 Carisa at SfVic seller 00
500 Cariaa at 2Jc 2Jca 3c 3cDaly
a Daly at 103 S SLittle
3W Little Bell at J8W zeNew aa
2 New York at 30c 30cShares e eShares
Shares sold 2SS7 2SS7Selling S337S
S Selling value 13ffl676 13ffl676Afternoon 122T676S
S Afternoon Sales Salesow SalesEagle
Eagle Elite 1111 70G3100 b00t1S1l b00t1S1lLower
Lower ow Mammoth lX b0077e > C7cj 1008 1000flt 1000fltOntario m < S SOntario
Ontario 5ft 4311 4311tncle 52 52TJncle
TJncle Sam 1M 1MOpen 1l04c 1l04cBiitlorLIberiti
BiitlorLIberiti VWtEC VWtECBeck
Beck Tunnel lUS4o 0Gf0o 0Gf0o21c
10 Bowers 1 c cLUe
LUe Chief iqefi0 i iNew
New York 5IJ13C LfTEtKIe 311MJJ3C 311MJJ3COpen
Open Board BoardiO Boardii
iO ii Ajax at 23c 23c0t1
300 0t1 Ajax Ajtt at 24c 24cj00Jax 4e
1000 j00Jax AJax at Vfcc VfccA ¼ c
500 Ajax A laX at 2Stie 23Ie 23IeJax v vA
A Al 1 < AM AM10M
Jax at 2le
10M Ajaxut we stew
w BeIC Tunnel aJe aJeX0Cat1setort
X0Cat1setort 4 4vo
vo DnlyJudgtt DnlyJudgttIpo
Ipo Lower ItpJniOh CL CLurn
urn Lower Mammoth at3e at3ethI
thI 1fttle CHief al 1e
1000 WtleChief at Ac Acm c c3n
m 3n May Day at l3Hc l3HcShares 1 ¼ c cShares
Shares sold 18400 18400Sellingv IS 100 100SellIng
Sellingv SellIng vaibe e 7 TSl00 TSl00NeW 00 00New
New York MiningiStocks MiningiStocksAd Minin jStoCkS jStoCkSAdams
Alice Ad Adams ra con a iI 5JOnt4UIO Little Sfef Sfefphlr Qhtef So SoBruoce S SAlice
Bruoce 40 tj Opliii OpliiiBrims phlr phlrConv
1 1Coin
Brims LOt
Coin Tun Tunne el elC sJlot4sL 1 1C
C C JfeVs JfeVsIpori Va I 40 fLvaile fLvaileirn
irn 3iIver i 7i aorrnNevaha 43 43lien
lien Silver 4 50 jSf SinaI V n nLcaflvllle flws 311 311LCltlIIle
Lcaflvllle Co Con 6 Standard StandardBoston 3 3Boston
Boston Mining Stocks StocksSi Stocksdventur6
dventur6 7 00 31 C C 5 6 6Abuse
Abuse 41 t Old Denim 32 32fl
fl 85 fl Osceola 10500 10500Am
Am Zinc 10 00 1srrot 1srrotAtlantic
Atlantic 3t0 QUISCY 10700 10700ilhham
ilhham Si t CO Shannon ShannonCentennial ShannonC
C HOCIa ro i Tamarack l 00 00CnteunlaI
Centennial 2SCO 0 Trinity TrinityFranklin 06 06Coo
Coo flna 74 00 U Copper 5 0 0DabrWOst
DabrWOst 13 U S Miug 11 11Fianlclin
Franklin FranklinGranby IS 1 t 01 9 9Ornby
Granby GranbySan 14 00 rta4t rta4tIsle
Isle itoyale Victoria 0 110 110fass
fass MIOL 9 711 WInona 9 Z7 Z7flcltigKn
flcltigKn 111 7Wolverine 19 0 0lohatk
lohatk a S SSan
San Francisco Mining Stocks StocksAit
Ait ita ientuck Con ConAJpk 1 1Mlbl
AJpk Mlbl con L W Con Connds
nds 2 < Mexican uextcanbelCber
belCber I uuidental Cot CotIi
Ii BMobcr 14 1 4 Ophir OphirBullion Ophlr13u1110
Bullion STT1 STT1CaledonJ Overman 10 10Caledonla
CaledonJ t PotosI 18 18Challenge 11rhalkage
Challenge Con Savage 60 60l soScorplon
Scorplon Scorplonoi1Mncs
oi1Mncs Beleher BeleherC
C C Va I 1 J11bra NevJa 43 43Crown
Crown Pes 11SIirer 111fl 4 4Xthefuer
Xthefuer 4 l eton COn COnU < 6t 6tUtah
U Curry Itrtah Utah Con 7 7H
H orcro i ie1low Jacket IS ISajufta
ajufta 11 10 lllerrft tO tOJustice
Justice 11
TonopahGoldfiefd Stocks StocksJam StocksJames
A Co furnish the tfiiefUto thetdflowlng
James Jam A L Pollock
fUto tdflowlng lw as the Rrrte sh ln o qn6tatlon ot tlon o othe Oh Ohthe
the San Fmndsco e5cnau archaug yesterday yeatenlayover
over their private wire wireMontnnHTonopa
5 5
MontnnHTonopa MontnnHTonopaTouopah 1 t3 t3Tonoab1Idway
Touopah Tonoab1Idway Midway MidwayUaenamara 11 1
Uaenamara UaenamaraTonopah
Tonopah Belmont BelmontNorth 1117 190 190Reieu
North Star StarJim
Reieu I 90 90Gold
Gold hOIAtI3 10 1031st
Jim Bwttar BwttarTouooah BBBBBB 06 06Touopoh
Touooah C Cisen maon maonndetonr 3L 3LToneitah
Toneitah ienilo I SJThii SJThiifledfot
fledfot I 74T 77 77GoWfb1d
GoWfb1d M MSpndtorp
Spndtorp ndetonr ndetonrBlack
Adamit 01 01Lohiiwk
Lohiiwk i
DxI 7t 01 011eidIl r
1eidIl l 10 I L LCOUltbIMOIt1
COUltbIMOIt1 COUltbIMOIt1iumbo 18 18OhioToBOoalt
iumbo PxtenaIae il il23
Black Bulte BulteS41v 23 23Silver
S41v Silver r Pick PickGoidvn 1 i3 i3GoMn
Goidvn Anchor I 54 54Westga4
Westga4 S Ji I IOhloToioeh
OhioToBOoalt OhloToioehY11fBro A AOriginal
Original Y11fBro Y11fBrooi1e Bullfrog
DtemowdAeld V VIoroeT
oi1e Stat W7 1 OC o oThomeTeopeh
IoroeT ThomeTeopeh i opah opahC3a I 14 f fIS 1O9shuir
C3a O9shuir h Buy S IS 15 15Utah b bCQM
OoM Bar
iMicher 1 I IstsxIcan
stsxIcan 140 10 10age
age 00 06 06otosi
otosi 13 14 141nIu
1nIu 1nIu3ekt
3ekt 1 W 11 11xtheiust
xtheiust 17 I 49 49or
or roes 131 I LIt LItAn4
An4 L 3t
Utah StocksVln Bostorj Bostorjies Bosto BostoJ4ji
J4ji ies A t PoMk Po t Co banbWs and
= 33
Msetv Mj ovar their
record of sales ot U Utai Mloclfs oa O the theBoston theI
I Boston marktt wit hrangu and closing closingquotations clostpgunotatlons
quotations quotationsBoston unotatlonsI
I Boston pec 4 4The Tl > e feature Qf Boston Bostoni Ibostonmarkt
markt today was the bulrr of Copper CopperIIdflZ
IIdflZ 1dch onezusi at axdIvI
leiid rl juIekly sold up to e1 with a a1beequeUrutct1on
1beequeUrutct1on to 4L Mohawk Mite Mitewas
i was in gooil demand and stock waa waascares wu r ry ryscaree
scares United Copper opened Ji higher highertitan higherthan
titan Saturdays ¼ close Ioee And zn hH well all
day The balance of tha th list wiu dUl but butSales butilkowed
ilkowed no slims or wea2uei Quotutlewl QuotutlewlSales
Sales On HiRb Low Close CloseBotrtwn Closetmal
tmal iO7Z 95
Boston Con 4 44i 5 a 2 2L l Sg
Con ConMorour ConMorourBinglitim Merour 5 5Biaghani
Biaghani MO Sift Sift5al 3I Sfli
5al DalyWeot > W st 1JB It 16 16Granby igi 10
CIa4i 0 lj 371 371L
L S Ming 1 i j 41
Allouez sf 41W 1 fJj 4tI
No Butte 1i4111 744p 1V 13t
Centennial 14 3 4ht 2
Cop taige ooo IL 3 7f
Granby ffTo s 1 M hAl l8t 34
Greene Con 3000 2 a4 Ifl ZiIi i
Un Copper WW K KSpecial A15
Special Curb utb reoort j I IsOVUila
Noyada sOVUila Oon n in ii Bo Bostoni3aI toniSalo 55 55ji 30O siitrn
9 high 10 low 95i cose lit
ork Snl G5 oien 3 1iig 10 tow
11k ji close closeBOOSTS closeBOOSTS
Says East Does Not NotFully FullyAppreciate FullyAppreciateWhat Appreciate AppreciateWhat
What Camp Is IsJoaoph IsJoseph
Joseph N Lovell of Towlc Pitzger Pitzgerakl Fitegeraid
aid of Boston has returned frttm a visit 1stt 1sttt
tj t the Bingham copper camp and say i I
Wlille 1 hue the east has heard of the
Bfngham OL1 for a utnbr of years I
by b reason of the great faeces ucess of th thUtah the
Utah Consolidated in that district It Itdoes itdoes
does not fully appreciate the future of ofthis 01this
this camp as a factor In th 11w American Americanproduction 4Uuerfcunprcdustfon
production of copper oopuerCareful
Careful estimates haya been marie and andit andit
it is the beatopinion best opinion that within five fiveyeara fiveyears
years the production of this district will willbs wiltbe
bs not loss than 200060000 4100000 pound of cop copper copper ¬
per per annum Some go further and andclaim andclaim
claim that within that period Bingham Binghamwill Blnghamwill
will be a producing as much as Butte w wtoday S Stoday
today todayThe todayThe
The American Smoking Refining Refiningcompany flfiningcompaiy
company interests have demonstrated demonstratedtheir demonstVatedtheir
their belief in the future of this dis district district ¬
trict by be building a smelter Ht Garfield GarfleJdPoint GarfieldPoint
Point between Salt Lake and Bingham Binghamat
at a cost of 3000000 and iiti are working
1100 men to hurry its completion These ThcaeInterests TheseInterests
Interests have also Invested about 110 110oeoOOO 10
oeoOOO In the securities of the th Utah Cop Coppar Copper
par company S SAt
At the moment it would appear as asif asif
if the future of this district rests with wtththe j
the porphyry deposits rather than In Insulphide Insuiphiclo
sulphide ores These deposits have been beendeveloped j
developed to a greater extent In the theUtah theUtah
Utah Copper company than In any other otherproperty i iproperty
property although the Boston Consoli Consolidated Consoltdated ¬
dated has every Indication of an cnor cnorUtah enormous
mous tonnage on thIs formation The TheUtah
Utah Copper company Is destined to be bethe bethe
the big mine of the camp It itfts opened openedup openedup
up up in the last eighteen months rnonthstenznllea rnonthstenznlleaof tan miles milesof
of underground workings and the char character character ¬
acter of the ore is uniform 1n all the theopenings theopenings
openings As the property consists of ofone ofone
one great mountain bf ore running runningper runningper
per cent In copter and about S6 5 cents per perton perton
ton In gold and silver one can begin beginto
to appreciate the Immense possibilities possibilitiesof
of this proposition propositionTho S S1The
Tho friends of the property estimate estimatethat estimatethat
that the mine has today In sight a forty fortyyears fortyysars
years supply of ore Competent judges judgeshave jutigenhave
have placed the future mining coat as aslow asus
low us as20 as O cents per ten owing to the thepeculiar thepeculiar
peculiar formation of tho ore oreWILL oreWILL
Thats What Denver Claims Copper CopperMining CopperS
S Mining WilPDo for This State StateThere StateS
S There is considerable interest in the themanagament themnndgament
managament ofItab ot ttab Copper in this thisoSty titleolty
oSty since the Guggenheim Exploration Explorationcompany Explorationcompany
company took It over apd the local localbrokers octtlbrokers
brokers receive thequotations the quotatfous regularly regularlysays regularlysays
says the Denver Republican Copper s sgoing sgng
going gng to revolutionize the tIicatatt state of Utah Utahand I4flhand
and gie It a production that will make makeIt nialteit
It one of the foremost states In the mln mlnlion mm mmIng
Ing section wIthin a comparatively short shorttime
time It is a matter of me uitlfae uitlfaelion
lion thatlthe that Hhe Utah company opiglnatea opiglnateawUh oelgtntJwith
with Colorado men Mesarn PcnroHe azyl azylMcNeiloT anjiMCNeil
McNeiloT MCNeil Colorado Springs SpringsInformation SiringsInformatIon
Information from Salt Lake is that thatwith thatwith
with the completion of the Utah Copper Coppercompanys Coppercompanys
companys plant on the margin of the thelake teehake
lake it is going to H a big producer producerThis producerThis
This first unit is expected to reduce as asmuch asmuch
much as 1100000 tons annually while the themlii j jmill
mill at the camp IB expected to handle handlea
a quarter of a million tons Theaggro Theaggrogate Theaggrogate
gate tonnage should produce at atleast least lie
000000 pounds of copper copperReports copperReports
Reports from the mines are encour encouraging eucouraging ¬
aging If is stated that exploitations ot otthe otthe
the last few months have shown that the thereow thecopper
copper ore extends practically from grass grassroots
roots to a depth of 8W 3 feet fe t Below the thoiMHln themain
main tunnel which is the point at which
the drills were stopper iiRjaHammond
Hammond has been designated as rrfa nheu nheuaging t tasdflff
aging director of the company but Dan Daniel Lienfeb
feb C Jackllng has been engaged to re remain remain
main as general manager iCTa the last lastnamed la t tfor
named who Itas develdped th proport proportfor
for the Colorado Coloradocontrol crowd who sold the thecontrol
Formation at Two Points in Mine Is IsRight IsS
S Right forOre forOreManager forOreManager
Manager J E Darroer of the May Maywas MaYDay
Day stated yesterday that while there
was nothing even suspieJqua of a strike strikeat strikeitt
at the companys property lie felt con considerably eonsiderably ¬
siderably encouraged ever conditions At Atencountered Attlvo
tlvo places In the min lime is hehg hehgencountered
encountered which ha has been Invariably Invariablyassociated invariablynesociated
associated with ore bodies OHened here heretofore h re retoforo ¬
tofore In the property propertyBut propertyBut
But understand me on this point pointsaid pointsaid
said ATr Darmer after giving the above aboveInformation aboveinformatloE
Information I dont mean that we wehave wehave
have always found orein ore In the kind or orlime oftime
lime Iam talkhig talkh about what I menu menuIB meanis
IB that we hare never had ore In the themine themine
mine that did not make in Just the char character character ¬
acter of material we are now driving drivingthings drivingInto
Into We may go tlirougji it witheut witheutnjilng
njilng the ore though I consider the theinceard
inceard all itc ilavor of finding some somethfhg
things thfhg SJ5 Ti ground looks vary promsa promsahisand promiafag
hisand fag and I hope it will lead us Into an anore anore
ore body at each point pointCOLONEL pointCOLONEL
President of Nevad evattUta1i Utali Company CompanyHasa CompanyS
S Hasa HastaCtoi Close Cali CaliColonol CaII S SColonel
Colonel John Weir president of the theNevadaUtah theevadaCtah
NevadaUtah company who wio went down downto dawnto
to Piocheover a week41501 to map oUti oUtieomphjrs oibtthe
the plan of campIgn CoP tire future dO dOvelopment
velopment of the eomphjrs properties propertleKmr
In that camp mr > left h bere re with a bad cold
and an admonition n s iij iijba
ba careful While at camp JJlo thoweather thoweatherwas weather weatherwas
was so stormy that tnat M b aggravated asK > a ctl tile tilecold v vcold
cold he had taken wiUTHfro and by Frij Frijreturn Fti Ftida
da ho was chrnpellQqto ve up and andreturn
return to this iityi V VSunday S SS SSunday S
Sunday It was feared that he would wouldnla woulildevelop
develop a fuhitledged ca4ee of pneumo pneumoniL
niL but the report fr frproved r4th1abedstdela5t r4th1abedstdela5tevening
evening was that 1i was reat1y 1r 1rproved
proved and woultUiiooii be around agate agateOre i iOre
Ore and andBullion andBullionOre Bullion BullionOre
Ore and udSbUlIOfl bullion aattlemente in this city cityyesterday I Iyterday
yesterday > as reparted by M Itijornlck ItijornlckCo ornlcU ornlcUCo
Co amounted to 00 at fMows SIl SIlver Si Siwar
war lead gold gi > nd copper o erOs s i1L1100 i1L1100base 2 2ba
ba base e Bullion S574IO gold bars 87W 87WMetal L700S
S Metal Markets MarketsSilvar MarkctsStlvtr
Silvar ft 1c c per dunce dunceCopper i iS
S Copper C0aaUng asUng 17c pe p Bound BoundLead POflIldteed
Lead In ore 35di N > ew vr 5ark 452 452Mining 4 per periA
iA pounds
Notes NotesSuptrptendent
Mining v vSuaripteudent
Suaripteudent JobnvJjcSdrlcvj of th thDflf tite titeD1yJT11tp
Dflf D1yJT11tp iraap came dowH from the Park Parklalt Paris
lalt last nlffHtT nlffHtTFrank nlghr S SS
S Frank I 11 Cook the piThg J ns engineer engineer1Ot0r ngiacrleft
left 1Ot0r for aMveral a4veralday day4 l bnsina uosJne s trip to toDemer toDewei
Demer yoaterday 70e1erdayS yoaterdaySuporintondent
S Superintendent Nawton ewtqt Uunyon of the thoLittle theLittle
Little Bell returned trm trip to that thatblqsomag
blqsomag Park Ctty1nanpa Suna Sunanight
S SItwn
1 Itwn > vsxj cars of owl trqni Elncham one DIWfrom onefrom
from Alta tine from Idaho 1di am anti one from fromNevada fromey4dit
Nevada were reported at the Pioneer Pioneersampler Ilonoersampler
sampler yesterday morning raornlnsMknaeorA morningMiiager
MknaeorA Miiager X R Cartel i of tl 3e e Carter Cartereompttnys Curlercompanys
eompttnys properties lIt the Park Valley
district says that a milling plant will bo boerected beerected
erected during the comingyear comingyearA eomInk year yearA
A franchise and nd rJs of o V way y Jor fOl a atrestle fttretie
trestle and overhead st S Swgrtfaek
wgrtfaek SCOpS the ttjlJlri Wilt WiltBingham
Bingham canyon tvit t tti f4
Situation in Russia Exercises a Ma Man MaI
lignInfluence lignInfluenceSCANT n Influence InfluenceSCANT
Xewyork New ork Doc 4 4The The stocks showed showedmuch showedranch
much further unsettlomaut today undttia
tlia tia continued influence o t the widening widening6T
6T Russian disturbances and our owu owutight owIttight
tight money market Aa the day pro progressed ¬
grossed these influences seemed to leap
their force for a time t1m and slocks re recoVOCO4I
severed their losses The upward inovo inovoment inovornent
ment of the latter dealings was desultory desultoryand
and spotty In the last degree The hlfk hlfkgrade h1M h1Mgrade
grade railroad stocks and the betti bet <
known Industrials played a small part
in the movement and speculative aoti acttv
Hy was diverted again in a marked tie tiegre
Brpo to stocks of a a minor grade e epeclaily <
peeially nondividend paying Industrials
Money continued in it rather scanty sue suftply suePly
ply and loaned above S per cent from
the outset outsetS
S Some of the forces of depletion of
bank reserves wee still in operation
But since the speculation line weathero weatheroa
a 25 per cent money rate this fall with without without
out serious detriment the speculative speculativesentlment spoculativAsentiment
sentiment seemed to Jean on the convic ¬
tion that Fridays 15 per cent rate might mightsafely mightsafely
safely be Ignored especially as the strin stringency stritigeiwy ¬
gency was somewhat relaxed today The
banks are losing again to the subtreas subtreasury ¬
airy the amount cone Into that institu institution Institution ¬
tion since the bank statement was wasmade wasmade
made up already rising to over a mfl mflilion
ilion dollas while the credit balance at
the clearing eioarjn house this morning indi indicated ImUcateci
cated a continuance of the drain Nov
York exchange at Chicago however rose roaetoday rosetoday
today to 3 cents premium against the 19 19qeut IQcent
cent discount ruling on Saturday
The money market probably was a a1octed
r 1octed cted also by some return In the way
of dividend and interest disbursements disbursementsof
of the sums accumulated for the Decem ¬
ber first settlement Sterling exchange exchangerates aachangerates
rates declined but especially in that thatmarket thatmarket
market being replenished by bankers
finance bills the proceeds of which went
into our money market The discounts
declined In London in spite of the sharp
turn in the continental exchanges againpt
London The movement of sterling ex exchange orchange ¬
change at Paris was particularly marked
That financial center has to bear the
brunt of the disorderly conditions of
Russian finance The slump in Russian Russiangovernment Russiangovernment
government bonds was reflected in fre fr
liquidation of other securities In which
Paris Is largely interested in order to toprotect toprotect
protect their holdings of Russians Th9
unueviatlns confidence with which
IVench holders of Russian securities held
through the strain of the Japanese war
has given way to a condition of mind
bordering on demoralization
A 4 financial convulsion in St Peters ¬
burg must find some reflection in other othermarkets othermarkets
markets of the world through the Paris Parisoutlet Parisoutlet
outlet Railroad officials gave out th threports the thereports
reports Which have come to bo custom ¬
ary try of prevailing car shortages and
freight congestions with prospects of ofworse ofsSits
worse sSits conditions when inclement weathqr weathqrsets wenthrsets
sets in and when the great corn crop
begins to move These assertions of ft ftvolume jtvolume
volume of traffic hiph jjjs i is hopeless
accommodate were somewhat impaired
in their effect by th6 notice of a a cut in inexport inexport
export corn rate raee by St Paul to con ¬
test for that traffic with the gulf lines
Some attention was given to the th in increasing Increasing ¬
creasing Issues of new stock and bonds bondsof
of various corporations American Tele Telephone Telephone ¬
phone and Telegraph sold oft 9 points on ajitho
tho reportedintqjitionto reportcd intWitlon to garth authority
for a 100000000 convertible bond issue
Space S > aeo forbw forbwfairly forbids enumeratot ofktliC > mau1
specialties seldom fletIve vlch made
fairly sensational gainV ains Theifl Tholt slight in ¬
fluence wa shown In tho rliercinewal > funewal of o the theweakness th thweakness
weakness Ihithe late general market The Thi
Russian situation also reasserted itself
in the demand for remittance in the tin ex exchange cxchange ¬
change market Prices there recovered recoveredsharply roeoverodsharply
sharply and the call rate moved upwards
in consequence The governments ostl ostlmate ostimate
mate of the cotton crop and rumors of a areceivership creceivership
receivership for the Cincinnati Hamilton
Dayton also ah helped to unsettle the late latemarket latemantel
market Theclosing rite closing was inregular and andsome andseine
some stocks near lowest prjQeg
Bonds were firm firm Totav r tai sales p j r rvalue
value 2S10 2SbOo00 2SbOo00United < XX >
United Sttuea flea 4g regrt4 declined declinedJOt
JOt 41ept on call
C Stock Quotations QuotationsSales QuotationsSales
Sales High Low Ciqse
Adamg Exp
Am Amal Capper 97400 99 30
Am C F 5803 40 40Preferred 40 40S
S Preferred 3W 101 101Am 101 1O121 1O121Am
Am Cot Oil 21400 l4O0 87 liS
Preferred PreferredAm 90
Am Express ExpressAm ExpressAm
Am H li pfd 1G X 6 I1I I1IAm
Am let 460 15 15Am 2t 2tAni
Am IAn Oil 2000 00O 18 1St 30e
Preferred 300 42 4 42 4
Am Locomo 4700 78 71 7l
Preferred lOQO 000 118 17 1J
Am S R 35JK > M3 M3Preferred i3O Thl
Preferred MW 000 l 131 U UAm tS
Am Bug Refg 26CO 18tt 311 IsO 131
Am Tel pfd ctf Ct 2100 100 108 108Ana 104 1D7a io
Ana Mln Mm Co 7990 1SS UI 111d
Atchison 7iCO SB Si il
Preferred 3400 10SU i03 10 101
At Q Line MO 90 100 160 1114
B 8 Ohio 7200 111 1iO lu
Preferred PreferredB
B Rae > Trail 463 463Can 46iOA 46iOACan
Can Pacific 11CD bO05 IT im Ul3 1at
C CofN CofNC of X T TC
C Ohio MO 54 4 4G 113 1
G 1 c Alton lton I 200 3 3 1
Preferred referredC
C 0 Wosta i si
< 7 N Mr 100 217 l7 217 217
C M St P 1 14710 17 111 i ic 1Th 17M
c CTT T > T TPreferred 17
Preferred PreferredC
C C C St L I m 90 8T7 06 57L
C F Iron 6000 47U 4 f4C f4CCob
Colo Cob Southn 400 i xi 5S 2S
First ofd tOt flHK flHKr fs i ait nc
r Second pfd C 010 gW J S 44 43
Con Gas 100 IC 17C 17CD 175 7t 7tV
V ° rn Products 1700 117I 117IA
A referrejj E 54t 3 5
DeLs hfutistin 701 2l 21O
DRG > II G GPreferred 2600 34j a4 A
Preferred PreferredDIs PreferredDie
Die Securities SecuritiesBrie 144p 45 4T 47I 47IErie
Brie BrieFirst 4e 47
First ofd ofdSecond d 1500 W 30 1
Second pfd 180 733k 72 t4
per Belt Railroad company by the boajd boa
Of 0 countycommissioners yesterday The Therailroad Therailroad
railroad company promises to assume all <
liability for accidents accidentsA i iA
A A Tl B ATolholl MuihalI nd rA eorge Arbogast Arbogastwho t twho
who are operating at IMoebe came up
from the south yesterday morning to look lookafter lookafter
after business matters on this end of the
ise e
Twentylive carloads of ore were re ¬
leased frm rm the theTaylor Taylor Brunton sanjpj
ling works yesterday as follows SIxte Sixteen n
from Tintic five from Bingham two
from daho and one from Wyoming WyomingManager WyomingS
S Manager J J Trenam of the Stockton
Gold Mining Milling companys prop propertlee prpoitie
ertlee reached home from the east Satur
day night having been called eahlyd to the bed bedslue bedside
slue of Airs Trenam who is dangerously
III with pnenmonla pnenmonlaSilver pneninonlaSilver
Silver Was as off yesterday the New VetIt ork j
Quotation being Ole an ounce The weeks weeksSettling weeks3ottling
Settling basis for copper has been fixed fixedoy
oy b the American company at 17c a pound poundc
c higher than last week Lead remains remainse
etc e same saiccaianugcr S S3Lanngur
aianugcr George H Darn of the Con Consolidated ColttilIdgttd ¬
solidated Mercur vas In from camp yea yesjifisrday
fisrday signing up dividend checks for forc
the c approaching distribution He reports
that 24000 tons of ore went ent through the thed thumill
mill ira November and that gopd money In Inexcess
excess of dividend d requiremente was wasA wanmade
made madel
A l suite of roomrf on the fifth floor of ofthe
the Scott building has been secured liy liyff
ihe Balakinla Cojmoildated Copper comrn comrnany
any Ithtfit the next day or so the
ioinlanys constructing engineer Robut
ff R White will begin marahajliiuj his hli force forcepr
0 Jraiightemen dc etid get th llaflS llaflSr
pr r the companys big smelting wortsss wortssswiderway
Tinder widerway way In sixty days iLls esp expctd expctdverytliing cttd
JGvorjthing verytliing will beready be ready to award con conJ
5 4 4I
Stock Broker rokerT Y YBell
T l Bell 702 ftBl 161S S Main Si tr
Gen o 3i3ectr5c MO 183I 3S3 4 1SS
Hock Valley a1ley IOu 3ftIlls i14 114 118
Ills li1 Central 300 17t 176 iTSLouis iTS SI76tlntJ
lnt lntJ Paper SSCO SSCOPreferre4 2 2 2Preferred
Preferred 3UO 87 s7 Stia
Intl Pump
Pr irogtrred rr d
Iowa Central CjentralPreferred CentralPref9rred
Preferred PreferredK
K diSauthh C Southrt < 25 2iYl UlS 29 29Preferred
Preferred ic00 69 t1 G1i
Louis Nash 2000 ti01 i 159 149 4JI
Manhattan L LSlot 100 ics IBS 108 108st 1itMet
Slot Securities SecuritiesMet 73 7 i 77S 77SMet
Met St Ry 1t 11900 11911 llOj 1iS 2lS2 2lS23ox
ilex Central 110 1100Mtnn 25i
Minn S h St L LMinn 79
Minn St P S SStc SSte
Stc M MPretorjd t
Preforred 1 1Mp 200 51 1G6 116
Mp Pacific PacificM 50 300J 00 ItO ItOsi
M K i < T TPreforred S5 irdj 35 b bPreferred
Preferred 200 C 07 Gi t3 t3Nat
Nat Lead LeadJfati Liedi9100 71 78
Jfati iu lt R of ofMcx
Mcx Iy pfd pfdX nO 100 S8 8 3o
X N Y Central CentralX 6800 05 149 11St4 14SJ
X Y O W WNOR 3700 S2 51 5l
NOR W W01il gm gmPreferred 700 M i S a3iI
Preferred 0
Xo American AmericanPacific 101 S t9i
Pacific Mall 570 5 4 Iiflx
PeiinylvanIa 1scl 139ij liS3 339
leOplOLI OtiS 31Cj 100 1t b0V
1 C C st I IP Ia SO
P Steel SteolOtir Gr 9000 58 58Preferred 53l 1 5l
Pul Pal Cat CatReading 212
Reading 35900 136 1361k 134 1341iirt
First pfd pfdSecond 92 926econd
Second pfd id sru sruRep 97i 07 9i
Rep Steel 9200 S 33 32 3
Preferred 4S IMfc 104 101k 10
i Rock Island Co Jo 2260 20 203 a5 lo loJrlsterrull 28b
Preferred 0900 60D CC Oi GPJ 66 668SC eft
Rubber Goods GoodsPreferred Good GoodPreferred 8SC 8SCICfi
Preferred 108 ICfi ICfiPreferred 105 104 1046SVi
1 St L l1t d dretrred
Preferred retrred 500 6SVi 5S 87 OT OTj2
st js S w wPreferred V VIrefOrred j2
Preferred i 56 5667ft
i So Pacific 0800 67ft 07 C04 GO3 G04 03
Prifeirld 300 js llo 120 V 3i LI 130 13084Vs 1
i So Railway 4800 84Vs si 83 8 23
Preferred 100 100T 9 i S9 Mfe tsi
T C lt Iron 6000 1ST 1i 3Sl 1313 12 12Bi 1
Tex Pacific PacificT Iaeifi IaeifiT
T St L W WPreferred
Preferred 800 s7 11714
UnionPacific Union Paolfic 7L400 14 Ii 13i
r 1 S Ejcpresg
TJ S Realty
U S Rubber 4100 4100Preforred Bi i 11hh 54 54109V4
Preforred 100 109V4 bO9i IWife 10 101 U U26JJ
U S Steel 2740s ilO 26JJ 3C 36 3dh
Preferred 10100 10100Va 103 1Ctiif 10St 105I lOeVi ioe
Va Care Chem 49700 46 42 45
Preferred 2300 115 112ii 112t 113
Wabash 600 600Preferred 5t 1 i4i 20 i 20 0
Preferred 500 s 40 4 8 s9 39
W v F Express 237
West Electric 170 1703fc
Weatn Union EOO 3fc 03 9 83 83r 9
W L r p BWig r 17 172S
Wig Central entrab 100 100Preferred 2S 2S 2S IS24
Preferred 5S 5S19fi
Nor Pacific 2000 2000Cent lOt 195 195 19545A
Cent Leather 1500 1500Preferred 45A 454 14 44 ½
Preferred W < 0 105 105 oa 104
Schlosri Sheff SIte S100 S100Total 91 S3 S3
Total sales ale for the day 866200 shares sharesBond sharespond
Bond Quotations QuotationsU
U S refund 2s lap 4s ctf 924 92 92registered102
registered registered102 102 Jap 4s ctf 2d
U S refund 2g aeries e 92i 92icoupon 92 92coitnoit
coupon 103U lo3l L X urn 4sl05 4sl05U
U U S h 2s rep 103U Man con sold
U S Ss a coup KJeU 10i 4s IF 101
U 1 S 9 4s reg10514 rug 103 Mex Cea 4s Sl
U t S o 4 coup03 4 Max Con Is inc 31
U S n 4s regl52 reg l3il 4 Minn St L I
L S n it 4s coup1221 4s fr7
Am Fob 4s ldl 0 M K T 4slt0 4s i90
Am Dab 6s116 Os 116I4 M K T 2s SD
Atchl gen 4s102 Is b02 Nat R R of
Atchi adj 4s 94 Mex con 4s 85
At C JL 4s 101 K Y C gen
B 41 Ohio 4sl 4tr 10 < 3 ju5 4s 96
B O 3 3it > ia 96 90l 2C Y C gen 6sl2Sli
B R T con 4s 98 S ½ No Pac 4s Is1O4 104
C 6f Ga 5s 114 Xo Pac 3s 77 7i 7iC
C dGals of 4a Is inc 9512 5U X W v con
C C of Go 2s Inc IncC S2l 4s 102
O of Ga 3s inc 764 76 O S L rfdjr 4s 95
C O 4 4iis s 108Vi Penn con 3iisi02U 3s 102
C AltSis Alt 3I 80 Read gen 4s 102 021J
C B Q n St TJ T L I M M4s
4s 4 101U con 5s 116 ½
it is 704 frt 4s 5S 2 2R
O R I PV P Rl It St r I S W con
R col tO as 115 90 4s SI
C G C St L I Sea Air L 4s SB SBg 81I14 81I14gen
g gen n4s 102X4 So Pac 4g Is 98
Col Coio Ind 5 Zs ser So Pac bat Is lsS
A S 734 73 otf 7
CoIOj Ind 5s nor o Rv 5s 130
B T2 T p Pac Is 122
Colo Cob Mid 4s 76 ½ i St L W
Colo Cob So 4s 92 4g 4 S3Ti I
PllHn Cubn riff 5 V iQis tfSil TV Un Pac 0nn 4s ll li liD
D Si R G 4s101 4s 10l1 P eon 48 134 134s
Dis Sec 5s Sift 3il U S S 2d 5s 98 99
Erie p lien 4s ht Ite Wabash Is I IIS
Erla gen QI1 4s 93 WabLth Deb B 76
hock Val 4i 4n sll 1t1 Westn Md 4s S7
Japan 6 6a 99 2015 W L JS 4s 92
Jap 6s 2d serbs 9ST Wls Cen 4s 95 95Treasury 95Treasury
Treasury Statement StatementWashington StatementV5SliillgtOfl
Washington Dec 4 4Todays Todays statement statementof
of tHe treasury balance in the general generali
i fundi fund shows Available cash balance balancegold
1129fti152 gold coin and bullion S11S01
j Sfit l gold certificates J5013S300 J5013S300Money 5Ol30300Money
Money Silver Etc EtcNee
j jNev
Nee York Dec 4 iMoney Money on call callstrong callstrong
strong SSIO per cent closing bid 6 of ¬
fared at 10 per per cent time money firm firmsixty firmsixty
sixty and ninety days and six months
6 par cent contPrime centPrime
Prime mercantile paper 5gs4 545 per cent
Sterling exchange weak with actual
business in bankers bills at 485654S870 4S505qS570or
for or demand and at 4S23Xg482oo for sixty
day bills posted rates 4S3tMS3 ½ and
4SG4S7 commercial bills 48g 4S2J1S2 4S2J1S2S 4S2J1S2Bar > 4S28 i
Bar silver 61 61Mexican 61Mexican
Mexican S dollars 49 3O3J i iGovernment
Government bonds steady railroad 1 1bonds
bonds firm firmS
Metal Markets MarketsNew MarketsNew
New Yx Yrk > rkv Dec 4 4London London cables re
j ported > aii aI excited market for tin owing
to a a squeeze of shorts who bid the spot
position up U to 159 iOn and futures to
157 2d or to the new high record prices pricescounting pricescounting
counting from 1SSS when the price reached
170 The local market was quiet but butvery butVet
very Vet firm In sympathy with the advance advanceabroad advanceabroad
abroad closing at S35G510 S35G510Copper 396fC31OCoppqr
Copper was lower In London closing at
77 lOs for spot and 77 for futures
Locally the market was firm with sup ¬
plies for immediate delivery practically
out of the market Lake and electrolytic electrolyticara
ara at quoted at 17751800 and casting at at17oO1775
17oO1775 17oO1775Lead 17Oj177aLead
Lead was unchanged at 16 2s 6d In
London The local market continued firm firman firman
an the quotation on 50ton lots for ship ¬
mont In thirty days advanced to 535 535while 535while
while quotations on spot ranged up to
C75 C75Spoiler Spoiler was unchanged at 2S lOs In
London The local market was firm at at63il45
6350645 6350645Iron S SJron
Iron was higher in the English market marketwith marketwith
with standard foundry quoted at 52s 2d 2dand 2dand
and Cleveland warrants at 53s 31d 11 ½ d Lo Locally IS4Ocally ¬
cally the market was firm and unchanged unchangedwith unchangedwith
with No 1 foundry northern quoted at
lS7Sa3o No 2 foundry northern at at182W18S6
182W18S6 No 1 foundry southern at 1780
< 5 > 1875 and < o 2 foundry southern at 1800 1800GRAIN 1800S
Chicago Dec 4 4Excellent Excellent demand for forcash forCash
cash wheat in the northwestern markets marketscaused marketscaut4
caused a firm tone today In the th wheat wheatmarket
market 5 here At the close wheat for forOats fortiay
tiay delivery was up Corn was up ½
Oats were practically uncln unclnvisions unchanged Pro Provisions
visions allowed a gain of 7ii5 7ii5Outside 7I5Outside
Outside of a slight decline at the open opening opening ¬
ing the wheat market had a firm tone toneChrdugjiout tonethrhugut
Chrdugjiout the day The demand was wasgood wasguod
good but offerings were rather light As Aspredicted Aspredicted
predicted Saturday the worlds shipments shipmentsfor
for the wcelr showed a considerable in I Icrease Icrease
crease over the corresponding time of oflast oflast
last year total movement being est estimated estmated ¬
mated at 139w000 bushels against 1059 i09z
000 bushels a year ago A feature ot otthese otthese
these statistics was the liberal contri contribution contributlon ¬
bution froth Russia total exports of ofwheat i iwheat
wheat from that country for the week weekbeing weekbeing
being placed at over 5000000 bushels bushelscompared bushelscompared
compared with 4800000 bushels a year yearago yearago
ago Another bearish factor was an m mcreago iyt iytcrease
crease of480000 of 480000 bushels in the amount amountOf amountof
Of breadstuffa on ocean passage These Theseinfluences Theseinfluences
influences were malnlr responsible for fortue i ithe
the email decline at the opening Pit Pittrader Pittrurlrs
trader and commission houses sold free freely freeI ¬
ly I during the first halfhour but when whena
a leading bull come Into the pit as a ainjycr abtiy
injycr btiy r offerings became small Demand Demandfrom Demandtroll
from the hull leader was a feature cf cfneapolls CftrtdIn
trtdIn during the list half hour Mm Mmneapoiis
neapolls reported caalv wheat in urgent urgentdemand urgentdcmand
demand ut higher prices Duluth also alsofeporUrf alsoreported
reported a sood go id < demand for the cash ar artfcle attide
tide Oreatlv reduced receipts in the thenorthwest thenortliwesi
northwest stimulated demauii here for foroption forOPtiOflt
option The market closed firm with withprices withnrice
prices near the highest point of the day
May Ma oponed 14di 4 to U 4L > lower at S7 S7to S7h S7hto
to J7 advanced to SSygSSa 8SiS and closed closedaiS closedaW5titil
aiS aW5titil aW5titil1tarosulh J 8SJ4 8SJ4jAsafesulti
jAsafesulti of active demand from fromluthlnloiigat3nd
luthlnloiigat3nd gooJ buying b coin
mission houses the market for corn was wasfirm Wasfitzn
firm throughout the entire session Small Smallacceptances Smallacceptancos
acceptances from the country an to toproved tinproved
proved cash and export demand and dec declarations dcclaratlons ¬
larations to thfc affect that farmers atC aroholding atCholding
holding out for jlr 40eent corn nil lauded laudednet teudedto
to create builish sontimant The mti mtibet
net closed firm May opened H lower at atsold
448 sold up to 4a4 451 and closed at 41 4iS
S A decrease of 45GOOO bushels la l the via viaIble ylsible
Ible supply and a revival in export de demand tienmnd ¬
mand were bullish Tuctors In the oats oatsmarket oatsmarket
market Shorts were the best buyers buyersduring buyersduring
during the last half of the day da and the themarket themarket
market was active The close was firm firmwith firmwith
with prices at the highest point of the theday theday
day May opened H lower at 31 i sold soldup soldup
up tt Ui > 32 32e and closed ut 2ti32I 0ij
I Notwithstanding an tip early decline of ofi4
610 i4 in the price of live hogs the pro provision proS ¬
S vision market was firm from start to tofinish tofinish
finish Continued liberal shipments shipmentsformed shipmentsformed
formed th basIn of the strength shown shownCommission shownCommission
Commission houses and pit traders were wereactive wereactIve
active buyers There was somfe realizing realizingby
by longs and moderate selling by pack packers packore ¬
ers At the close May pork was up li lilard Lilard
lard was up 710 and ribs were 710 710hlsher 741Ohixher
hlsher hlsherVHI S SThe
The leadfng futures ranged as follows followsV
VHI V iibA > AI iNo NO r ri rOpen
i Open I HJgh rLow Low I Close CloseCORN CloseDec
Dec S1t4bS4F83 15114 1S4t4 1S4t4May
July83i3i July83i3iCORNNo
CORN CORNNo No 3 3Dec 2LPn
LPn iHiTLowTClosc iHiTLowTCloscDie
Die ThS ThSDee
Dec n n44 445i 445iOATS > 45 144 44 44May
May I4 I4July
July R4 Ji4 45 45I
I I 2iTelHifiirw 2iTelHifiirwJuly OATS No NoI Open lHlfflU Low Close CloseMay
May 31 K KJuly
July 30 30MESS 2t 31 31S 31MESS
MESS PORK PORKPer Per Carrol IlarrelJan CarrolI
I Open 1 atSPy Low Close Closejnn
jnn Jan 135 1870 1 1SR 13 11270 11270May 1170 1170Y
May Y I 1S i45 I 1S02 I 1645 j 135V 135VI 13524 13524iAnbi < >
iAnbi 1t undsi undsiOeii
I Qgen Hlgli Low j Close Closeec Closetiec
tiec ec ecJan 4 7 7i2
Jan JanMay 717 72 ½ 7123 720 720May
May MaySHORT 732ta T4 730 I ISlIORT
SHORT RIBS Por 100 pounds poundsOnen
Onen j High I Low I Close CloseJan ChoseJan
Jan 6SO 6SOMay WI C9G fl7 fl7May ½
May 4 r rCash 7i23 I 72214 712jj720 712jj720Cash
Cash quotations were as follows followsFlour folisFlourSteady
Flour FlourSteady FlourSteadyWheatNo Steady SteadyWheat
Wheat WheatNo No 2 2 spring S5S7 No 3 S4
85 No 2 red 84 Sf1AS6 Sf1AS6CornNo < G GCorn ½
Corn CornNo No 2 47 Np 2 yellow 47 47448 47448OatsNo 4S 4SOats
Oats OatsNo No 2 29 No 2 white 3332 3332No li2qj3No
No 3 white 29V431 29V431Rye 29V5h32RyeNo
Rye RyeNo No 2 67 674GS J 8 v I IBarleyGood
Barley BarleyGood Good feeding 37 fair to choice choicemalting choicemaIling
malting 4149 4149Flax 4hU49Flax
Flax Seed SeedNo No 1 9i 14 No 1 northwest northwestern ¬
ern em 301 301Timothy 101Timothy
Timothy Seed SeedPrime Prime 320 320Mess 3i0Mess
Mess Pork PorkPer Per barrel 1340 13404t15O 13404t15OLardPer 1550 1550LardPer
LardPer W Iii pounds 735fo7S7 735fo7S7Short 73She757lShort
Short Ribs RibsSides fiidos Oooso 700g712 7OG4J712SidesShort i iSidesShort
SidesShort clear boxed 712785 712785Whisky 712kkl25WhlskyflaIs
Whisky WhlskyflaIs BasJa of high wines w 130 130Clover 190S 190CloverContract
Clover CloverContract Contract grade grade10Od32S grade10Od32SS 1S001325 1 1Wheat
S I tReCtShiP tReCtShiPFlour Rec I Ship ShipS2WU
Flour bariolw S2WU 329001 SUW 20100Wheat
Wheat bushels bushelsCorn i 05000 000 1283UO 120300Corn
Corn bushels bushelsOats 231000237000 281000207000Oats
Oats bushels bushelsRye bushelsRye 461500198600
Rye bushels bushelsBarley 24000 6900 6151Barley
Barley bushels 15300 153001 96CIK 96CIKPacific 96600S
S Pacific Paciic Cqast CoastGrain CoastGrainSan Grain GrainSan
San Francisco Dec 4Wlieat 4WhottSteady Steady Steadyay I IMay
May ay 141 14134 Decomb v 191 ½
Barley BarleySteady Steady May lJ3i lJ3iCoffee 123 123Coffee
Coffee and Sugar SugarNow SugarNew
Now York Dec 4 4CoffeeSpot Coffee Spot Rio Rioeasy Rioeasy
easy No 7 invoice JS 316 mild steady steadyCoffe steadyCoffe
Coffe futures closed steady at a net de deollne doline
line of 1 ik0110 90 points Sales were reported reportedof
of 63250 bags includingDecember including Decembor C55 6554
670 January G65670 February 600 600March 600March
March 680 C95 May 69ii710 July 710 710fIiii5
fIiii5 715 August 730 September 725745 725745Sugar 723745SugarEaw
Sugar SugarEaw Kaw firm fair refining 2 cen centrlfugral centritugal
trlfugral 9G 15 test 3 91G molasses sugar 3 3refined 3refined
refined steady steadyButter steadyButter
Butter and Eggs EggsNew EggsNew
New York Dec 4rButter 1Butteitrregular 1ButteitrregularStreet Irr ffular ffularStreet
Street rjcs Extra creamery Wi2A Wi2Awestern 245t2lwestern ±
western Imitation creamery extras iSP a
19 western imitation creamery firsts 17 Ui Ui4j18 3
4j18 18 renovated common to extra 13S 13Swestern 15z0vesterfl
western factorv common to firsts ISiii ISiii17i
17i 17iEerffs 1714EggsStead Eerffs EggsStead Steady State Pennsylvania and andnearby andnearby
nearby fancy selected white SSfiV w wst wstera > st stern
era finest 33 2 western firsts 3a 94h1 94h1southern 31 31soutltern
southern 21CO 21i9eChicago
Chicago D Dee c 4 4On On the produce ex exchange cxchange
change today the butter market vvis vvisfirm ivisfirm
firm creameries 17 I7tf2 < ges dairies 171 171firsts i7 i7EggsFirm
EggsFirm 202S fjrt 21 print printiirstSls
firsts 29 29Cheese dxtrns Ii IiCheeseSteady
Cheese CheeseSteady Steady 1113 1113LIVESTOCK 11 ½ 19I 19ILIyESTOCK
S Ohaona Dec 4 4CattleReceipts Cattle Receipts 6000 6000market 6000market
market 10 to 15 cents lower Native Nativestears Nativesteers
steers 350fi675 cows and heifers 275 275i i
450 western steers 300CN40 Texas Texasste Texassteers
ste steers < s 2G5375 cows and heifers 2uOJii I
350 canners I50i250 stockers and feed feeders feedera ¬
ers 22S406 calves 300600 bulls and andstags andstags
stags 1506325 1506325Hogs l5O32WHogsReceipts
Hogs HogsReceipts Receipts GSOO market 5 to 10 10cents 10cents
cents lower Heavy 475 47i485 iS5 mixed mixed4i7
477480 4i7 ½ t1480 light 475 47fr496 485 pigs 42a4 42460 42460bulk i ibulk >
bulk of sales 477CH82 477CH82Sheep 477 ½ 4i482 4i482SheepReceipts ½
Sheep SheepReceipts Receipts 6000 market steady to tostrong tastrong
strong Yearlings 00840 wethers 593 590ik6G5
ik6G5 665 ewes 5 5CO54O 0g640 lambs 650 6SOljii 6SOljiiKansas 750 750Kaunas
Kansas Gity Dec 4 4CattleReceipts Cattlo Receipts
15000 market steady to 10 cents lower lowerNative lowerNative
Native steers 3COtJti 36Ot6 native cows and andheifers andlielfers
heifers 200SC10 attackers and feeders
25 250450 < Kg 50 bulls 2WWM00 calves 25C650 25C650western 256SGwestern
western steers 2SOS 2501J475 > 175 western cows cows2OOtiS40
200S40 200S40Hogs 2OOtiS40HogsReceipts
Hogs HogsReceipts Receipts 7000 market 5 to 10 10cents 10cents
cents lower Bulk of sales 477lf4S5
heavy 48P2jj49o packers 4S1J4Sl4
i pigs anuviisrhr 4eosws5 4eosws5Muttons S S5heepReceipts
5heepReceipts 4CO merkt steady
I Muttons 4503fc40 lambs G5oilyaage G5oilyaageI J50t J50twothei
I wothei Swg610 fed ewes ewesChicagoDec 4 4Chicago1
Chicago1 ChicagoDec Dec l ivattienects Cattle Rtealpta sioo sioosteady 0i 0isteady
i steady to 10 cents lower Beeves afftfr 24S
676 cows and heifers LSli L2114j5 1 5 wschere wscherei
I and feedors t304j4i Texans 40I3O 40I3OI
i Westerns 3L25ti fjl7L fjl7LilogsReceipts 7S
Hogrs ilogsReceipts RofloipU S20X market 5 to tocents 10 10coitta
cents lower estimated tomorrow 81 3I0O Q0
Mixed a al butchers 400a 40090 > L90 0Q09 o
heavy 4 4light 4St4f495 rough heavt 4l3N70
light 455 435f40O 1lao 1lao400S585 pigs l1i48G buk oi oiSales
Sales 754iliJi 754iliJiS
S SheepReceipts 10000 steady
400S585 lambs 475 4754J775 4754J775m 4754J775SALE 775 775SALE
By 133 Mrs Harry Shlpler at Merediths Meredithstrunk Meredithstrunk
trunk store 155 Main street streetI
To photograph anything Harry Shlp Shlpler Shtpler ¬
ler Commercial Photographer 151 So SoMain Sofain
Main fain Phone 2825 K KOVER KS KOVER
IPUIVAT tUff tUfft
We give Instantaneous tele telegraphic telegraphic S
graphic service on the Tonopah TonopahGoldfleld IGoldfleld I S
Goldfleld and Comstock Nevada Nevadastock Nevadastoci
stock stockI a aJAMES
y Banker and Brokers Brokerson BrokenNow
Now have our own membership membershipon
on Chicago Board of Trade TradeI TradeI
I I 6 West Second South St StDo StBelt
Belt Laic City CityDo
Do you know now many cases of oftyphoid oftyphoid
typhoid fever there are in the city cityDo cityDo
Do you knbw how many cases eases of ofIdanha ofIdanha
Idanha Natural Mineral TVatv TVatvthere Watorthere
there are in our cellars Well Wellthere Wellthere
there arc enough to prevent the rest restof restof
of you from getting the fever Cev if ifyou Ifyou
you will use the water consistently consistentlyIt
It Is pure pureRIEGER pureRIEGER
The Whisky Merchants
T iffaTTp iffaTTpeelev
A A positive and permijient cure for I
drunkenness and the opium diseases
There la no publicity no sickness Ladies Ladleatreated Ladiestreated
treated as privately as at their own ownhomes ownhomes
homes The Keeley Institute 384 Z4 West Westouth
South outh Temple Salt Lake City Utah UtahIs UtahB
Is on the earth worst yet disease diseaseon the theeasiest j jeasiest
B I 0 0
0 easiest WHEN to TOU YO cune cu
WtIIIDO DO Many have havepimples
r U I U N the pimples the mouth akin spots sores ulcers ulcersfalling ulcersfalling on onthe onthe In Inthe
falling hair bone bonepains 1
pains catarrh and dont know It i Is
935 Arch St Philadelphia Pa for
BROWNS BLOOD L CLRE 200 per bot bottle bottie ¬
tie lasts one month Sold in Salt Lake Lakeonly Lakeonly
only by F O SCHRAMM First South Southand Southand
and Main streets
Au Innovation in Skates I IThe
The Brown Spring Skate does away with sore legs and andsprained andSprained
sprained ankles Endorsed by all the leading skaters in the theUnited theUnited
United States Watch for them them on the Ice We also have a afine afine
fine line of sleds all shapes sizes and prices pricesRed pricesRed
Red Wagons wAeelbarrovrs and English Mails Any ot ottile oftile
tile above will please the boys and girls for Christmas ChristmasFONE I IKIND
Dr Cooks Certain Methokj S
Tb Mof Reliable Quickest Quickestand
and Safasi Ewr Pirfctd PirfctdI
I MY SKILL has no equal in the cure of Pelvic Pelvicand Pelvicsnd
and private diseases of men because I have ad ¬
vanced with the rapid upward march of medical medicalscience medicali
i science and made a specialty of the diseases 1
treat My modern methods are every day provr
> Ins that they are positively the safest quickest quickestand 4uietestand
and most rellaWe that have ever been perfected
for curing curingBLOOD curingS
1 There Is absolutely no patchwork about the theresults theS theresults
S results of the course of treatment I give for each eachof eachS
S of the diseases I make a specialty for soon after
beginning ray treatment every symptom pf f dl dlfieasfj disas
fieasfj sas disappears and the trouble never returns
IMPORTANT I will cure you for less money than you can bo treated for
by any other specialist In 011 ait Lake You will have to come to me sooner
or later In order to be properly cured why not before You haw lost your
money In doctoring with cheap or dishonest unskilled specialists
CURE OR OI NO CHARGE CRARGiMy My patients receive a written contract guaran ¬
teed by a t deposit of J5COOO in the bank to cure and andrender render entJrc satisfaction
or refund money
thorough and searching examination Is f required though If Inconvenient to
call write me for Information Office hours 3 a m to 8 p m im esccptinc
Sundays from 9 to 1230 Address or call callCook callCookPJedicalCumpany
Cook CookPJedicalCumpany Medical Company Companyi F FYt116OUTH
Delinquent Notice NoticeL NoticeLIWiiolt
PaTIr rJ5 Principal office room 516 Dooly
builllng lnp Salt Lalc City Utah Loca
tio Sli0trVl19a ot nuiiitis n6ar near Mammoth Juab Juabf
coujity 1tah S SNbtiOoTiIur
f NbtiOoTiIur H ° her < llSe are delinquent Upon Pon the w wloiiewing
following described stock on account cf
ueaamem No u of f 5 estate o pOt r share shareS
S luried oii the 31st day of October 1900
i 1 the several veral amounts set opposite thV Ut
uarnes of the respective shareholders a
No Xo Noert
Cf ert > t Name Shares Arar Arari
lGir t S Joseph 100 S 00
i 3953PCtriak MullIn rr S 3 j 111
> MMPatriek Mullin S6 l bIt 3
2Hvtriek IbI1atrkk Mulltn c 16 fi 15 w t
3 42F C Coffin SOO 25 j <
3i 2ItN N H Beckman JW 50
UCaleb Caicb W West 500 r 2 u
2S7C J 1 Northrop ifs 5 Ou
2810 J6 C J Northrop 100 5 u tiI > >
I fSJC C J Northrop 100 50
2TC IeC J Northrop ICO 6 Ot
lS0C > r J 1 Northrop 100 a = C
84c J r Northrop 100 501 5011i1C
1i1C J Northrop 100 6 0
3i4tS A C Kills 500 2500 2500A
A C Elite 00 ij 3SW
SMfc 4bSheets Sheets Thompson 100 6 OL >
30ZAiIlton r Milton D Joseph MX jXl 5O 5 01
33 George R Smith 100 B0t B0tX164 5 5S
S X164 3114N N A Page 100 6 a tO tO12511J
3356 12511J J Boehmer 100 6 Ou OuS9SJ
S9SJ OberndorUr 100 Six
52NJ J Oberndorfer MO 6 Ii Ii14Il i i3W
3W 14Il Taylor Brothers Co C 100 6ft 6ft3a 5 53555F
3555F 3a 15 A Hartenstein 100 3JO 3JOj 15 0
j 3SCaleb S Caleb W West H hG 2iO b 00
3W8 1106P P Reynaur 41 1 2 a aMT
MT SK E A Hartenstein K lOll 5f 5fUT02DeTVitt 5
UT02DeTVitt B Lowe CoST Co 17 S6 115 to vu300SJUiius
37 300SJUiius < Julhi8 Davidson If 1 93 93uT3 ii I
uT3 J20Jemes Jarae8 W Linnell IT Si i isirtalpii
S721Ralph Guthrie 6 C37L i iai
ai 37L L E Bamberger Bainber er Co 7 i S
37D ii FtiOi3 r
3731W H Irvine Co 7 7372S 5 53Ooorge
372S 3Ooorge George B Dalton Dalton10 > 1 5
r7 r725Ii > m CT C Myers X v 1
77 J Oberndorfer 6 637iH S37aH = >
37iH C Hoffman IT S So7r 5 5ii
o7r H Bairberger trio trio3744lI 2GO 2GOtfWH
tfWH Bamberger iOO iOOF 351
37 O P Wall Walll9James SOO Jiu
377 l9James > James A Pollock Co 1100 30 X i > i iaWW t571gi
571gi U TravIs 40
3795W 16 Lake zioo io o ow
aWW w B Andrew 300 251 in to tob4Brokerage
b4Brokerage 42 Brokerage Finance Co 609 35 ga on onaW4 01 01Joseph
aW4 H S Joseph 100 l0 SC SC53W S C Ciiw >
53W B Andrew 100 B 0 0fcDeWitt 00tDeWltt
fcDeWitt B Lowe Co KX SCO SCO3K 1100d2tItanmus
3K d2tItanmus Rasniu Anderson 304 W 1000 100024Rasmus to
3924 24Rasmus Rasmus Anderson 200 20 10 1000 1000istj tti tti3S32J
3S32J K Barabarger K 1 l 5 5mgi
3 mgi 13E M West 500 5009ItiA 260 260JOltf
JOltf 9ItiA A S Campbell 100 5w 5wWJ 5 1 1t40E
WJ t40E K M We IVec MO jp jp8E 2W 2W3358E
3358E 8E M West 300 5 50 505459B O
5459B 5 E M West MO i iWB Ii Ii500B
WB M West m 5 5tiiE
MWIE tiiE M i West 100 a OC OCE txJ11OhE
J11OhE E M West LOG 25 l5 0 03973W 01 01is73W
3973W H Child 10 500 500i sw7Fra
i 77 7Fra Frans Fransden 600 25 25And O OAnd <
And In accordance with law and an or ordcr I Idcr
dcr of the board of directors made 01 01the ctthe
the 31st day of October 1906 1 so mau mal4shares I Ishares
shares of each parcel of stock as may 0 0necessary s snecessary
necessary will be sold at public aurti auctiot auctiotlit t tat
at the office of the company 116 Doui Douibuilding Detibuilding >
building Salt Lake City Utah on th th19th th12th
19th day of December 1905 at 330 oclo i ip
p m to pay the delinquent assessment assessmentthtreon asseasm it itthereon
thereon together with the cost of advti advtiUsing sdvcitisitig
Using and expense of sale saleA saleA
A REEVES Seeretao SecretarFirst
First publication Nov 26 2 1K 1KAssessment 1905 1905Assessment
Assessment Notice No 28 28THE 28THE
Tintic Location of principal place placebusiness of ofbusiness
business Salt Lake City state stateSf Sf of Utan Utanlocation UtanLocation
location of mine and works Tintic min mining miiiing ¬
ing district Juab county state of Utah UtahNotice UtahNotice
Notice IB hereby given that at a meet meeting meeting
ing of the board of directors of said saidcompany saidcompany
company held on Nov 7th 1905 sos sosmont assess assessment
mont No a of one cent per share sharwas sharewas <
was levied on the capital stock of the thecorporation thecorporation
corporation payable immediately to tnf tnfsecretary tfl tflsecretary
secretary at the office of the eorapaiv
25 Commercial Club building Salt Lak LakCity LaiceCity >
City state of Utah Any stock upor uporwhich uporwhich
which this assessment shall remain ur urpaid Utpaid
paid on Saturday the 9th day of De December Dccamber ¬
camber 1905 will be delinquent and ad advtrtlsed ativertised
vtrtlsed for sale at public auction aril arilsold andunless
unless payment is made before will be besold
sold on Tuesday Jan 2d 19C6 at l loclock 1oclock <
oclock a m to pay the delinquent as assessment a asesament ¬
sessment together with the costs of ad advertising advertisilig ¬
vertising and expense of sale By ord ordof ott ottof <
of the board of directors directorsERNEST directorsERNEST
Salt Lake City Utah Nov 7th ISKi 190
Special Stockholders Meeting MeetingTIIEJRB MeetingI
I lug of the stockholders of the Petro Mir Miring Mitipg ¬
ing company at the offices of the rorj rorjl eoapany
pany l > any in roomg rooin 306S Auerbach building
Salt Lake City Utah on Friday Dec r9 r939i5 S
I 39i5 at 2 oeloik p m mFirst mikratTO
First ikratTO To ratify the action of the boara boarauf
uf directors of the Petro Mining COIL COILj
i j inity > any taken on Nov 26 196 i9 in accentiiv accentiivt
I t proposition from the Utah Apex Minir Minirompany Mitittimpany
ompany to pay to the Petro Mining Minirompany MiningI
I > ompany tapOO iO01 J for all the real and ala per prrsonal perI
I sonal property of every kind and natur naturowned natutwood
owned by the Petro Mining company ami amiauthorizing atiiiauthorizing
authorizing the president and secretar secretart
t tu < j make the necessary transfers for ami amiiu aaifiii
iu the name of the Petro Mining com company cornpan
pany pan to t carry the said sale Into effect effectSecond effectSecondTo
Second SecondTo To transact any other business businesswhich buslneswhich
which may properly coma before the themeeting
meeting meetingDone meetingDone
Done by order of the president ana anaboard anuhoard
board of directors at Salt Lake City
Utah this 27th day of November A D I
1906 F M ORBM Secretary SecretaryTWIN SecretaryTWIN
A SPECIAL PECIA MEETING OF THK THKstockholders Tmstockholders
stockholders of Twin Falls Land Wati Wattrtompany r rcompany
company Is hereby called to be held a athe ai aitile
the office of the corporation 214 Atla Atlablock Atlablock
block Salt Lake City Utah at 10 oclock oclocka
a m on Tuesday December M 1905 foi foithe fo fothe
the purpose of considering the adoptlui adoptluiof
of certain amendments to the articles t tincorporation o oincorporation >
incorporation of said company whereb wherebthe wherebithe >
the provisions of a certain contract b btweon be between <
tweon the BuhlKimberly corporation corporationWalter corporatieoWaiter
Walter G Filer Trowbrjage Niter Nlvcrcompany Nitercompany
company Twin Falls Land Water com company cornDeny
Deny and Stanley B Mllner shall b badopted tiadopted
adopted and the obligations and restric restrictlons restrictions
tlons thereof so far as the same pertali pertalito
to or affect the said Twin Falls Land LandWater A AWater
Water company shall be made a par parof parof
of and incorporated Into said articles articlesincorporation articlesincorporation
incorporation Said contract above r rferred rferted >
ferred to Is dated November 28 1906 an anamong1 amamong
among other things restricts the ex execti exectition u utlon
tlon of any mortgage deed of trust li lior Itor <
or other encumbrance by said Twin Pal PalLand PalLand
Land Water company thereby th thcontracts lbcotracte
contracts for water rights and other Sf Sfcuritioe wcurlU
curlU curitioe of said Twin Falls Land Water Watercompany Watercompaily
company now held by it or hereafter t tbe tbe
be acquired shall be In any manner en encumbered encumbered ¬
cumbered contrary to the provisions jsaid j jsaid
said contract contractBy coetractBy
By order of the board of director directorF
F H BURL President PresidentDated PresidentDated
Dated November 29 1S05 1S05An 1906An
An Ordinance OrdinanceAX OrdinanceAN
assessment upon the property on the east eastside eastside
side of Tenth East street between First FirstSouth FirstSouth
South and Second South streets In side sidewalk sidewalk
walk district No 23 for the construe construetion construetion
tion df a cement sidewalk sidewalkBe sidewalkBe
Be It ordained by the city council of ofSalt o
Salt Lake City Utah UtahSection UtahStIon
Section 1 That the assessment li limade ha hamade
made by b the city treasurer as corrected correctedapproved correctedapproved
approved and completed by the board c cequalization 0C 0Cequalization
equalization and review heretofore dis disappointed ditappointed ¬
appointed by y the city council for tha thapurpose tb5purpose
purpose or the property abutting or orthe oithe
the cast side of Tenth East street be between ¬
tween First South and Second Sout Soutstreets SoutStreets
streets to sidewalk district 2to 3S ll o
Salt Laka City for the purpose of con construfltina eelstructIng
strufltina a cement sidewalk upon saV saVportion sat satportion
portion dr said street is hereby con confirmed
firmed and the asaeeamonte made an anreturned aireturtiod >
returned In said completed lists are here hereby hereby
by confirmed confirmedSection
Section 2 This ordinance shall tak takeffect takeffect
effect upon approval approvalPassed approvalPaSsed
Passed by the olty council of Salt Lake LakeCity LtkeCltr
City TJtah Nov li 1S05 and referred to tothe t tthe
the mayor for his approval approvalJ
City Recorder
Approved this 20th day of o November
1505 10
RICHARD P MORRIS Mayor MayorState MayorState
State of Utah UtahCity UtahCity
City and County of Salt Lake Lakeand mless mlesst
t r Critehlow city recorder of Sat
Laq City Utah do horeb certify that thatthe
the above and foregoing isi 0 full true trueand
and correct copy of an ordinance en entitled entitled ¬
titled A i ordinance confirming the as assossmuut acseasmupt
sossmuut upon the property on the ea east t tside
side lde of Tenth East street stretj between First
Southand South an Second South South5traets strcats In aid sidfwalk aidwalk
walk diacrlct No 23 for tlfo construe construetlon
tlon of ° t a cement sidewalk passed by
the city council of Salt Lake City Utah Utahov
Nov15 ov 15 IKS and approved by thermaj the ma maiotJ r
Nov office iotJ 20i loin aa appears of otre record ord in ni nioffice niY niYIp >
Tn witness whereof I have lien lienino hereS hereinto
S into set et my band and affixed the thAt thetieuficofporate
tieuficofporate t u corporate seal of said city this this30tfii thisS
S 30tfii day of Novetaboc 1906 1906J 1906S
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Bill No IIS IISSId4walk 1l5Sltz
SId4walk Sltz Extension NO SS SSFefaTa 96Keralci
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