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served 8 rved In the th Lpschi palace a1aee Vicenza Vicenzajorted VicenzaIt Vicenzathat
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taJn taInathe taJnas as the present pres nt owners of tli tk4 Lps Lpschi Los Loscht LogchIpahce ¬
chi chIpahce jpalace i a1ac refuse to permit ftfi 11teMtf 11teMtfa itife ifrefgation tl tlgation
gation a tlon of the report reportThe reI repOrtThe > or orThe
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Caiderari who with Palladip Palladlo and n1 Sea Seam6zBt S Seaith1 a am6
m6zBt m6 ffirmdd fjrIn ith1 < f that th t trInity lit i archi architeGtuxC archttectiif rchItewhich
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n i hGclns tl art o1 o1Ttcffon cHo l In the theFl theivtfr
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this picture came from the Casa Los LosoKi LoscRt Losclii
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the t1 t1 picture Pcfu ture e o at Giqrgfone catalogued in inIgra in1fis I P PGtrdn
1fis Igra Gardners Gltrdn collection is 18 s undoubt undoubtdly undoubtdly undoubtd1y
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beUCffigS bEUa b S to Mrs Gardner of Boston
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und behind beh1ndth th head headJiddal headl heaiLb6th1
Jiddal l aftist pointed out 6 t today t day that thatwhatever thatwh thatwhter
whatever wh whter tt V r Jrnpdrtance may rn Y b be attached attachedtoHi att attachedtcfth ohed ohedtot
tot e dJsappearancft 6f this picture in
lUflx rt PA secrecy ereey prevails ifc thfS cia emirttry ciatiIth i
try tiIth with reference to the painting paintfnI
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fVsfaF r books on o art as being the prop property proprbr proprt ¬
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n nro nojro9h j prad jarachd araded d here h r today tod y in honor b or of ofth oft1t oftift
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clariattkn cl iITt n The lte parade rde was 4 marked markedby markedb markedby
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es t tfiis ne neto D ecmIanieg ntes having
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t t Petersburg Jan JanLS LSamiiel LSamiielSnfth SimUel SimUelJth muel muelSniith
Sniith Jth the American consul COI1s J 1It t 1I 1Icott > iio iiocofl Io Iowho
cott who frequently frequ ht1y has hJ s had occasion occasionGegi occaSionto occasionto
to Jnsp nspct ct the JaQfLneM prisoners who whowce I IWf
Wf wce e orflned at attedvidaand Jdedvidn and who ho ar arraoc1 I Ira
ra raoc1 o1 foTtI u their r trftnSport transportatIon tion to toG toGrLn
Gegi G GrLn Jj any whence th they t we were emitarkedfdJl emitarked ernarkedfdJtd7T1i m1tarkedt
fdJl t fdJtd7T1i Ji1Jt pfifclh 1 1hence it an qpcn qp qfien J1 letter today to < a em emphalc1diy5enie emp1iaU611y emphtla1lyaen1es
phalc1diy5enie p1iaU611y enfe the th Berlin reports of oftKfflr 1fthtlf ofthr
tKfflr thtlf mrtreatmenL 1ftt t f Oh 1 the contrary contr ry
> titf L1 f I I t f fcare
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care and attention tten tm bestowed oft them themAHflrsNcIass themkUfl themI themMIflretclass
AHflrsNcIass kUfl tcJagS restaurants rEstttUr nt and nrllWmm Utrmeav Utrme I1t1hifhaveVjnna
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IN THE i4EUIJ11 H UW1TED UNlf STAT gTAftS gTAftSContinued TATE TATEContinued S SContinued
Continued from Page 1 1tion 1tion 1tion
tion of the uroubtedly valuable cop copper copper coPper ¬
per resources of the state stateNone stateNone tate tateNone
None of the western states other otherthan othert otherthan
than t those previously mentioned ri1 entiQn d have haveproduced haveProdllc5d
produced roduc d copper to any anYlmp impdrtant rtant ex extent extent Oxtent ¬ I
tent despite des1t splte the existence of ore or de deposits deposlt deposits ¬
posits Of promisfe rom1 that th t doubtless will willbe wi1ibe lt ltbe
be utilized at some s It1e future date Pt tEJ The TheSmall Thesman TheSmall
Small pfoducdonof pf duculonof the Tennessee enn ennzee Ssee Cop Copper COPper ¬ 1 1per
per company which is 1 approximately
the same as S in 1004 1 04 is responsible for forthe torthe forthe
the lack of any ny important increase in inthe intbe inthe
the output o tput of the eastern and soutliern southernslates soutliernstates soutliernStates
states Eventually rentually the theTennessee Tennessee com company company corniany ¬
pany Will greatly indiease ln Iniir t ase its output outputi outputand Outputand
i and there are other properties of prom promise promIse promIse ¬
ise In the Appalacla district that thatShould thatShould thatShoU1d
Should be heard h ard from later ag a consid consid3rable considab1e 1
3rable ab1e producers producersProduction PToducersI PToducersroductio prdueersProcludtion
Production Procludtion I of f Leading Mines MinesIn I
In I tfie te followin tatJle t J 1e Is given a list listof Hstof Ustof
of the twentysix mines of the United UnitedStates UnitedStat UnitedStates
States Stat that have produced > Ioduced 10000000 10000000pdurids 10000000pduitds 10000000idui1ds
pdurids Or more of copper during 1905 1905with 1905with 1905with
with estimated outputs outr Ut9 ut for this thl year yearand yearnd yearand
and nd figures of actual production for the thepreceding thepreceding thepreceding
preceding year In the great majority majorityof
i of cases the estimates will be found ap apprdximafibns apprdxtm aprciImafIOns
prdximafibns prdxtm ft ns of the t 1 actual flg figures figuresPounds figuresPounds res resPoundS
Pounds Avoirdupois AvoirdupoisJ905
J905 1904
Anaconda 105000000 105000000ton 90000000 90000000ton 904X000thcn
Ihston ton MartlAna 90000000 94000000 94000000Iririiet 94000000Ctlthiiet
Ctlthiiet Iririiet ftim t Hecia 82500000 SO341019
Copper Queen 75000000 58605000 58605000J905 S6O OOJ
United Uni d Verde 36000000 29500000
United Copper Co 35000000 35311853 35311853ma5147
Arizona Copper C pper Co ftCQOQOO 33Wi 32W7
Calumet Cl Jumet < Arizona 32500000 316345 11G34
cud Dominion and
United Unjt d Globe 33XXbQOQ 33 QOO ma5147 l 3 SH7
Original Qr1gjnalNoftb 3JCvOw 20 000 000S3
North N oftb Butte eu tte 2800009
Trenton lr ntan Washoe 20000000
Qiiincy 1 ilncy ISSSOrOaO 19 25tio lJ 18348t6o S3 l6a l6alflq251
Detroit 1Jtro1t moooooo 19 + jQ 00O00 OOJ lflq251 lflq25120472k 16 251 251vsceola
Cfsceola 1S750000 20472k 2Oi7342i 4
Tamarack KSOfi5ODO Hf61S81
f JdIPPIl111 ID1 17500G XXJ 1221 12212I
ifb n C Cons ns 355WCOO 12 1111000 1 i349 3 f9 f9utte
Thittc utte Boton 15000000 13 1314500QOO Uom 120P001 ro
United States StatesBaltic 14500QOO l2COOOOa l2COOOOaig7jO l OCIJjfJQ
Baltic Balticfng1ram JtfC ig7jO J ljOooo = < XX > 12177720 12177720at 1271729am 1U777211ngham
fng1ram am 1i 13000000 WWJ < 116WOOO 116WOOOnno 11500
shannon nno 1 1ooo XI 1JS 920 920arr
Parrot arr at > t 12000000 12nWWK 125ltJO
Trimpwntafn un T S25QOOO 254tOOQ 10211 102M38 0211
MmintahT lJnn aIP t 10000006 19H6J60 19H6J60Anaconda 19116160A
1 Anaconda Aria A acbnda onda in Infh In the Lead Leadi LeadThe Le Leadfi d dT1
The T1 fi i Ana Arnlcond n conda cohd has again assumed the thefirst tb tbfir theflrt
first fir rank among American 1 producers producerswhich pt todt1eerS todt1eerSwhich duc
which it held for many years until untf rSj
1904 when local l Cll conditions caused C tised the theAmalgamated theAmaigamated theAmalgamated
Amalgamated Copper company to in inf inrease Inrese
f crease production from fr m the Boston BostonMontana BostpnM BostonMOhtana
Montana M ntana In order ord r to make mak uw u for a atemporarily at aternporrily
temporarily t mpor Tny decreasing e rettsint output from the ln lnAnaconda
Anaconda The Copper Queen of Ari Arizona Anona ¬
zona ona shows h WS the largest increase lnere s in otlt otltpUt 1 tfl tflpitt t
pUt p t of any American mine in humbei humbeiof fntmb f fof tof
of pounds but the United States arid andGid aridc1d
Gid ttfminlon 11 properties pro ertie of the sanfe sanfeterritory s sitrriterrIthr ni niterril
territory terril terrIthr fj hye htiye more mpr than t an doubled prp r0 r0ddtu
drft ddatl1tJft ddtu Uft during 1ur < ntt1e the year S etr Stud nd fiaye 1 ye by byno bYno byno
no means menaS ag yetreachod yet et r rene1w1 flched the tnrit Hrjftt of oftheir ottheir oftheir
their productiye prodriCU capaelt Senator SenatorClarks1 S nAt r rCllirk rCli
Clarks1 Cllirk Cli ks Cfrliginal < mine tn n formprlyknown formprlyknownas forrT1pr1Y k1H1wn k1H1wns
as the ColusaParrot t at tt Butte hsrs htsgr hsgrat1y
gfre gr grat1y itly incr incrOanod > as aS ed d production with withthe wifhth withthe
the th aid tit A t ne n and rtrofterft mod rti rrdttc rrdttctfon rAdtlefion dt1 dt1tfotI
tfon plant p1antSertitfor Senator e ittor Clarks CIa ± k united tfnifedVfffde unitedtrt1e n fe feVttlc
Vfffde of If 7zoha lzoft ro a also ah4 has 1itt Increased Increasedproduction in r reed reedproduction s a aproduction
production wfh w ha a new plant p1 nf But the theoiftput th tho theoifLput
oiftput o tput is not yet y t back to the high wa water water j
ter flgufes of i few f W years ear a ago o The TheNorth Th ThNorth TIiNorth
North Butte Is i a new lyroperty includ includIngf Including IncludIng
ing the old 0pectnatof and adjoining adjoiningproperties adJoiningpropertes djoiningproJ1
properties proJ1 rtl s rfnd nd has ha been the sensation sensationof sens tion tionof
of th t the 1 year yic > ar in American copper circles circlesIt
It is i now ma1lngcopper ma1 makjng iP copper at the rate rateafi rateor rafeabont
afi about 3000600 pounds monthly mid nridfor midfor srtdfor
for 1906 should turn h rn out between bftw en 35QaO 5000 I
000 and 40000000 pounds of fine fln cop copper copper copper ¬
per thus taking rank among the ten tenlargest ten1arg tenlargest
largest 1arg st copper producer of the globe globeThe g1obeThe globeThe
The Trenton and nd Washoe propertied propertiedSfe proprt1ee s stie
tie e But Butie ute e mines closely los ly connected c < with withAnaconda withnacoiula withAnaconda
Anaconda and controlled by the Amal Amalgamated AmIiIJlamt Arntlamat ¬
gamated Jlamt amat d Copper company comp lny
Lake L k Michigan Mlchig M1 hi ri District DistrictIn DistrictIn Difri t tIn
In Michigan the Lake Superior Sup tor cop copper c copper p pper ¬
per mines have b v lriorfc lnereaf ttg tg3Q d production productionabout Jooucuon Jooucuonabout t ducttnn ducttnntbout
about 12000000 pounds only during durln the theyear t theyear e eyear
year but Should b uId sho shoiV at least as s large largean iirigAn f zgO zgOan
an increase fhcr ase next yeaf v ilr and rt t Jt 1reater 1reaterincreaa reatfer reatferincrease t r rInroa
increase Inroa in 1907 the > Calumet t Jtecta JtectaWill Ft fleelawill 1a 1aW
Will W be In n coidifldn in iit1 1SKT7 07 to materially materiallyIncretise mafetial1yIncre materiallyIncrese
Incretise Incre its production the Copper CopperHenge CopperRrne CopperRtnie
Henge mines which mad tn < 40W0090 40W0090pounds 4 JOj
pounds of fine copper r pper in Iffdo 19 5 will add addyearly addarh
yearly arh to their output cr tput for or some soin years yearsto yOflrto
to to come corDt com and in addition t lU n a fourth fourthmine fourthmjn fourthmine
mine f1 he GIoe fl e isbsing is b ihg 4eveloped ev lrped by byCopper bCoppor b bCopper
Copper Range R n e interests i nt toreL r St The Billow Billowinterests Bfg E1io E1ioipterests IO IOinter
interests inter sts whl whicli h control among a nonJJake nonJJakeT1roduc lake lakeUroducer Ia1eriroducrs
Uroducer rs the th Tarfiarack T i ar c Osoeow Osr OI isle isleRt 1R1 1R1RO ie ie1Qa1e
Rt RO 1Qa1e > yate aJ and Atimeek A1ime k pftrducffd pfbtlU rYdutjfraetie rYdutjfraetiet11y < l1fh pVactic pVacticitlly cti ctil1y
itlly l1y 40d6dOdO 4 MdOOO pounds n1nd in 105 and Will WillihcroaSe willIhcreaC 111 111thcrtR
ihcroaSe thcrtR productioij proutt ti steadily sfeldU for some someyears soinMre someyeLrs
years Mre to come the Osceota c eo1a ola should shouldshow 1ouIdsh hou1dshii
show sh shii w a fair increase inct a in i06 the > Tflmd Tflmdrack T Ttfri Ttfrirack rnti rntirJlck
rack u small increase and the Ahmeek Ahmeekliill Abmeekill hmeek hmeekiill
liill ill grow in in output yearly arh for some someyears somepears someiears
years to come DeveloPment work a4 a4the atthc stthe
the isietteyafe TIe sie 1 Ttttygfe ya1 oh the he Bailie i3 Hlc Ipde 19 e may niayipake mayrptke iy iyrke
ipake rke a al larger rger producer pr d er eventually enru lI of ofthis ot ofthig
this property ThE Th Stanton tgnton minfs thln of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th Jake district Ifccltidin ipcl dirtK tfte t1 fo 1701 1701ver1I WolVerlri
Veririe f Mohawk fgh Wk Atlantic At1 ntlc Michigan Michigan35C Mlclifg tlcjiigttnsud n nnll1
nll1 Pboe Phoenk tx mad It I1ttI more t thap aJ1
35C J5 25qd00o 1Jdoao O000 peSunds of fine copper in iSlOo iSlOoarid i90 i90nd IS0thid1hlmotiht
arid thid1hlmotiht nd ihis ht 11fi1oti ntouftt t wiji 11 be iric1 ind inc1asdd asftd a d from from3esir frotheaf rorf
3esir f eaf f to year etr er for soin S ctnpe 1l time to com comthe cdmls cdmlsTh cornlTh
the Th Fay F y interests Inf r sts had n a but two produc producing prdduIn prccduelh ¬
ing In mines mtn > S in 1905 with a comparatively comparativelysmall coirip rt t vety
small output but both the th Cent CentijtiIkl CentijtiIkland < nrtikl nrtikland t1nt l lnd
and nd AIlou Al1nulz z atd tf properties ro ltties of promise promiseand prdIril prdIriland pfothieand
and both shdllld s d1l become h con1e imptiHaht pro producers pfo pfoduc joducets ¬
ducers duc ts wlthiTT the next ftftr flf1y fti yerfrs dtS Sev Sevgral Se Seral Sevra1
gral ral of thnSwr tbl Tv1 i mines Of r the he lake 1ak di ditflct d dig digtrit s
tflct givcr g1V gw1Jijtth l rh h promise and t1d the theamount th tha112 the2tit
amount a112 2tit t oL oLevelopment < eyelopment yel p ent c ork o orkbegun < begun IIh in
r r Ncvertli Neyeftfjeess el5ss Y Youll YoullHave u 11 11tave
Have to S See e U Us fof the theBestClothe theflestCIotheskH
BestClothe flestCIotheskH Id S M MI Mkmembep
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ff 1305 jq atnd n nd d to tb t be b e ttarfeTd tart c In inJ 4s06 liios O 6 ls i assuf assufstnce assurnc assu assuthce
stnce nc that several sev fal new mines mfl1 s will result resulttherefrom res resultth lt ltth
therefrom th rer rerdm m The Tn Lak6 L k Superior Sitp S flor district districtmay distrt dlstrfdtmay t tmay
may be relied upon ta Increase ncrea Its Jt pro jtroduction production froduction
duction steadily year by year for at atleast atleast atleast
least five yer y rJ to t come ffofn vsrdrle vsrdrlenow war1cnoV OfIC OfICflow
now under way and It Is probable pr bab e that thatstill th thatstill t tstill
still fur furlh further her r development deve opmenf worK to t be beundertaken beundertaken beundertaken
undertaken during the next five years yearswill yearswill yearswill
will continue the supply supp y pf of new mines minesbeyond minesb minesbyond
beyond b yond that period periodOutlook perIodOutlook periodOutlook
Outlook In Montana Montarifrf i iIn
In Montana there has been a surpris surprising surpriSIng SifiEfiSIng ¬
ing reversal of form during 105 If IfWas Ifwas ItWas
Was generally felt one year ago ag that thaiwhile thatwhile thatwhile
while Montana lion tana had some of the lafgest lafgestand I iafgestand fgest fgestand
and richest mines of the world and andwould andwould nd ndwould
would continue the leading copper r pro producing producing producing ¬
ducing district for or years ears to come no nogreat nogteat nogteat
gteat increase in output o tpuf could be looked T60kedfor lookedfOr jk d df
for f r until normal conditions and f futu futudiscoveries tur turdiscoveries turdiscoveries
discoveries of new n w deposits would be becomparatively b bcomparatively becomparatively
comparatively infrequent As a mat matter matter mattei ¬
ter of fact the Butte campa CamtL t r made madeit madpth madethe
th the 8I t t progress qpfip diriin 1005 190 J that t1tatit
it ever has made in every everyspect rii rdfdI f l re respect r rspect
spect The increase Incr ge in n production is isI Isgreater Isgreater
I greater than in any an previous prevf s year and andthe apdthe bd bdthe
the richly productive ate atea of the camP camjhas camPhas camfihas
has been enormously enorm usly increased h1creas d The TheNorth TheNorth TheNorth
North Butte apparently is Igart 1 anolfffr anOttBc anOttBcton tH i Bo3 Bo3ton B S Ston
ton Montana while discoYCrfes dlscoV Tfe5 IiI the theAnaconda theAnaconda theAnaconda
Anaconda in the closing month of the theyear theyear theyear
year year have changed the aspect aspe t of that thatproperty thatJJroperty thatroperty
property from a decadent mine m1n to t one onewith onewith onewith
with its best b st t years aheiad ah a Diahiond Diahionddrill Dainonddrm Dfath nd nddrill
drill borings borIn have l a ve shown the Anaconda Anacondaore
ore bodies bodl S to be rich jir jII fid d wl Ide e for forthousand a athousand athou9and
thousand feet fceloTsr lielo the present bot bottom bottom bottorn ¬
tom working of the th mine and develop developments dev d v lop lopments lopnients ¬
ments by the North Butte to tothe th the north northward northward notthward ¬
ward and by b the Pittsburg Pitts burg Hontjjna Hontjjnaand Maiit4 ci t4ha t4haand 1 1and
and other oth r prcperties pr perties rt1es to the eastward eastwardindicate eastwardIndicate astv rd rdIndicatE
indicate most strongly that th t the t1i un uncorked unworked unworked ¬
worked territory t tefrito fr tor of the Anaconda Anacondawhich Anacoridwhich AnacondaWhich
which is of gteSt gte t e ± ieiit will li develop developvast d ddir e P Pvast P Pvast
vast ore bodies bodf s of high grade gt ade i1e Th ThPittsburg The ThtlPittsburg ThePittsburg
Pittsburg Montana began beg n production productionin prod ction ctionin
in the latter half of 1SQ5 and iId d te I now nowmaking nowmaking nowmaking
making about a1J ut 31300680 pptirids po poi1iid nds of bUs blister bUstiT bustOn ¬
tiT copper monthly f but shotitd become becomea b come comea
a mucH larger Iarg prodttefir rod C r tvitftin wufi It1ii h it t short shorttime shorttime I Itime
time The 1at faSt fJt Btit Buttl comp ootfipany l1 htfS htfSsecured h 11Secured S Ssecured
secured extensive holding in t1i east eastern ast astern atem ¬
ern em part of the th camp and gives gh gives es prom promise prdtiJise jiromise ¬
ise of making a1 large mine though a amuch itm amuch
much m ch longer long r period will w I1 be required reC1tilt dor dorpropff for forproper forproper
proper development develo rnr1iH t titan was VIa as the case casewith c casewith se sewith
with the meteoric met orfc North orth Butte The TheCorbin TheCorbin TheCorbin
Corbin district of Montaria has not as asyet asyet asyet
yet made good oocl the th promise Iitoi Js of large ISrgemines largemines ItizOmines
mines Copper mining mInlh operatidfls op tat rat1dE1 dils of ofmore ofmore ofmore
more more or less promise are ar under may m y in inseveral 111several inseveral
several other dist Ids f ft fs tit Montana tIant ntt but butas b bas butas
as yet none have h v reached re ch d the stfige t g of ofproduction ofproduction l lvroduction
production upon portaht porta t scale scaleFull sca ScaleFull e eFull
Full Growth Not Reached ReachedArizona ReachedArizona ReachedArizona
Arizona although it has broken all allby allcords allrecords
records cords twice In Hid two Vd past years fi fibf fl4 fl4by
by no means reachM reac1i d its ta full grQwth growthIn
In Michigan 5there there is i hilt a single singleer dfltf dfltfer 11 11r
er r district although althoughtfilt tfii la I at t least 150 150miles 150mfIes 150miles
miles long with an flVerrigc n t3ti wIdth of ofperhaps ofperhaps ofperhaps
perhaps four miles tn Sltintaiid there th theteI te teIs
14 I only one important camp c m a tId ud id HuH thztthas HuHhas thILhas
has but a few square miles area arE in inArizona Inrizona friArizona
Arizona rizona on the contrary there are four fourimportant lourImportant fourImportant
important fields of production widely widelyseparated widelyseparated widelyseparated
separated with at least two other fields fieldsof fieldsof fieldsat
of Importance that will be heard from fromShortly fromshortly fromshortly
Shortly and half a dozen other districts districtsof
of more or less promise Arizona has an anarea anarM anarea
area of llfrooa stfnnre squaremn miles andther ttrid nd there Is Jsnot isnot Isnot
not a count in the territory that does doesnpt does4Qbt doesPot
Pot 4Qbt show copper in promising ptofhi frtg quantities quantitiesThe qU quantitiesThe ntities ntitiesT
The T e leading l dfng field measured by prddtic prddtictfon prddt1ctfon prcithictlorr
tfon is I the Warren arr n dtetrct dl trlCf of Coehfse Coehfsecounty Cc1chsecounty Cochisecounts
county where are located 1o tNt the gfddt gf dt Cop Cpppr CopJ1r Coppr
pr Qtierfcit 1r afid f d Cahfriicrt Cahfm t Arizona mirier mirierT7ie rftlriC31Jle thineThe
The 1Jle Queeen was the only producer for formore rotmore foimore
more than twenty years ears until 1902 when whenthe whentne
the Calumet Arizona smelter was blown blownin
in and during the latter months of 1905 1905two 1905two 1905two
two other otl1 r producers prddu ets have f1 tires een f 1 added addedthese addedthese addedthese
these being b fng the Lake Superior SUpetf r Iift3 Iift3burg Pi Vitt Vittburg Us Usburg
burg and the Pittsburg Duluth boWi boWiunder botollunder botflunder
under the saihe sar 1e irianagefrient II niariageft nttg irl nt as as the Calif Califmet C Caltfmet hl
met Arizona The Junction and CaIu CaIumet < Jalu Caiumet Jalumet
met Pittsburg mines of the S amegrtfup amegrtfupare rn mtgrdUPare srdUP
are extensively developed d veloped and also lo will vfilibecome williecome fl fljpcome
become important producers produc rs possibly in inIp06 in1O6 inii06
Ip06 and certainly not later Ia ter than 1SQ7 11Q7There 19Q7There
There also are several other properties propertiesof
of promise in the Warren district
Great Is the United V Vrd VrdThc < fdS fdSThe r J JThe
The Second M artd district of the th territory territorymeasured tttftorrm trr1toryrwVsurOd
m measured sur d by b output is s the tfi CHftcriiMoren CHftcriiMorencl Cittoj1 or n nCI
CI field erf t Graham Gr ham county C9 ntr where wt1 r are lo lootfir hoeetd
cat eetd d t the 4rfi Arizona n D Detroit trotl ntYL SHaI1Iol iTharinori iiid iiidothCr lOd 1 1otbtJr
otfir smaller smI11 r properties The ore bates batesof fi tibdfeof etJ etJot
of this thi district ar6 r loW lit grade gr d as asrrl a arrJe arrle
rrJe rrl though shipments hjpm < 1ts averaging av rdg ng abOte atot 1iOt
51 per p r cent have been be n made tn c1e during the theyear thevear theyear
year but the ore ar bodies b c1les are of mon inorijStrctiS monttc montrctiii
jStrctiS ttc trctiii Size There Th 1her te ff Ia rt0 good reason r reiscmwhy rtscm rtscmwhy
I why Graham Qr naIIt county caubt should not IMt fiontlnus fiontlnusj tJnu tJnuto
j toincrease to in 1flCf455c f 4S Jt fUf3 it5 s output t1ut tit frOth yedf year df Jc1 to jeUr jeUri j C1tr C1trIlke Ut Ut1I
1I Ilke th the Lake SuperIor district which i isUghtly iSlightly
i slightly resembles In the particulars particularshaving 0 0hufng of ofhttvfng
having almost Inexhaustible inexhnu fti61c deposits d positl of oflow o oJew of1es
low grade gr > ore or ThC Tf Gl CRibe bedfsfflct < 5be district iri iriGilst InGiht in inGila
Gila county ca eouny ntr ranks third In inltjoftancearid fntP Importance Importanceanti rtiric rtiricana
arid in addition n d1tlon to the Old DomInion aha ahaIjiiited tinctun1ted ant antTinted
Ijiiited Globe mines there are several severalother severaloth severalother
other oth r highly Important properties prop rt eS ds yet yetin j yetin t tInthe
in Inthe the development stage but whJ whlh < h will willbe wiHbe vilIbe
be h 11l l1iartl > af t 1 < l front later fl is i large In rite pfddtteer pfddtteerUrtliKe ptddiuOrTrilik tduMrs tduMrsUnHk
UrtliKe Trilik the th Wafren district dl trfct Of Cdfthfe Cdfthfecounty C CcWhf5ccounty chlh chlhcotmt
county cotmt where wh iendtute riature SGns e ti g to have con concentrated concentratecl n ncentrated ¬
centrated her treasures In a single biff bHbEsIn bigbrsin
btsin the Globo district 1t trfct has ore bodies bodiesof
of promise over OY r an area of many square squarernflerf squaremIeS QuaremUeR
rnflerf and rid It t s not Improbable that U ft sonltf sonltfdf SC1mddL soirl soirl4if
df th the < most Impartttrtt copper < develop developmnt d ltVCIbIIrtints Ycl0P
mnt rfJ nt of the territory t territor miy mii OCCUr itt tfliS tfliSdistrict tflfltc1f tflthffl5trlet
district c1f hf t within the t n tjet d t few f w years ar5 Fourth FWirthamphg FmJrthmQr1g Fourthamgng
amphg mQr1g the t ArfIdha dlttfctfl dIitrl ta ataftdS Yaxa Yaxapai Y Yavicount l h hp
pai p I dounty count whidh whi h cnjbyg mjb < s the Ui feomewhat Jml > wltit
doubtful distinction ttf having mor more at attempts tittemt1ts attemfits ¬
tempts dt littnins mines and mdre I incdrjloratea incdrjlorateamining incdt1JOt incorjioruttetlmining f d dminIng
mining comlianics than any othe ot M court courtty COLICty ourtt
ty t r in n the t e territory t ikJhdeed lrL it l Jnd 1d eeL e it has basno basnom hia not notm nctmdre
m mdre < Jre re of each than all the other c < jun juntjes un untJ unties
ties tJ > s of th terrt errltory OJY combined As As yet yetirapzlt et etYltvapdl
tavapMl irapzlt county has ha but a single Import Important h Iniportant port portrtht ¬
ant copper caPP r mine ininf minethe > the great United I1nft d Verde VerdeIVhert VerdeWli VeraeWhen
When Wli r1 Some strong combination combiii Uon of ex exijeriehced exc cxrlerjtnced
ijeriehced rlerjtnced > c d jhUiing men n tn4rL t take tak hold h 1d In this thisastrfct
al dIstrict trl t Yavapai Ya a pal county will be given givensome glv givenShme n nsbme
some more good copper mines financial Fin Fintncia1debility n ial
debility is retarding the theprogx progress ss of a anumber anumper anumber
number of decidedly I lddly F11YPJ promistairpropprties promistairpropprtiesIn sim Jropprties
In PhTiS 1tlntt Lmd c ct chznt ifnty t th > linperifll ti p rlnl Is already alreadya lre dr dra
a considerable producer > rodu r wJthproSp with wi Ui prospects prospectsof cts ctsof
of soon becoming a large mine The TheIjEelvetia Th ThIelVeUa TheHelvetla
IjEelvetia Helvetla is to r rtirhc urfie tJr and BJflEi UJit fair t6 t6ak t6make
make ak a good property In Pinal county countyseveral countyseveral ountyseveral
several properties of decided decld d pfoml fdmfs fe are areundergoing arCundergoing r rundHgofng
undergoing development Yuma Y ma Santa SantaQruz SantQruz SantaCruz
Qruz Marlcopa and Coconlriq Coconlri counties countieshave counUeshave countieshave
have as yet no producers of Importance itrlv rtrtric
but all have copper prospects of 01 merit meritand meritand
land and It Is buta but iriatter m tt f of titte tttfi wh6h wh il ail allwill l1
Will have mines of merit meritUtahs meritUt meritUtlhs
Utahs Ut hs Brilliant BfJllia t Prospects ProspectsTh Pros ProspC tS tsTi0
Th T Ti0 1 i5j li copper cdpp r output out ut d df l UMb tah does doesnot do doe doenot t tnOf
not show Any n an vast v t iricreas6 tn te S thfiugh th tilh the ttieimportanc6 thegCln
nOf rid gCln n IJ s f1 ftUbstiiftWi1 atIe he but h hid d leV t tdfim ldpm
dfim ri nt tit U1 tile 4ar r 1itlv htt b bCen f1 f tI1 tliC tliCgreatest
gt greatest qt st importanc6 e and warrant w rrtint high highby 11hl1pr highpredictions
pr predictions dlctJto l for o the 1t future ThEtlml1prt ThEtlml1prtnc The Impart Impartancd
ancd nc q cit th the porphjrj ores of Htd 13fftit
horn t1tstrlct ha hat b beCa f1 f Fealhod 1iz d at t last lastby
by mirtijig meti It Is fSP prdbabie db bl that t two twot twtJot ttvtiof
ot the ait1th Binghiui ttf t mines mIne flflssitess J1bs s ss the th two twoddics two1Arget two1ireit
1Arget 1ireit are bqnlts ddics of any metal m t J that th t tow are arecopper arenow
now ow known Th ThiCse se are v very ry low in gr grade gradebdt dal
but w workable rkable at a profit on n norm normcopper noriiiacopper
copper mark market t and must df necessity neceslJt neceslJtv6ntual1y neceii5ltCventuahly
v6ntual1y make mines of the first ilk fahkOiigh f
fentually th though ugh Triany n an j years rt will aillbe 1111n be t tetlUlfea1 ttUlt fur fureir fortheir
their eir full exploitation The Th Ipw low grade grademlfles tt rndO rndOm1ti d dI
mlfles I m1ti ttH s of Blnghani Will ihf follow ailo the experl experlShce C1porleliec xt1srlhce
Shce hce of the Lake Superior Su rh1r district find afidOf findl1t irdUtah
l1t Utah h is beyond an QuesUdfi ono nct ot the tftol theihtitirtai1t
l ihtitirtai1t lor tAiH futUre utlJt CIiI1Je1 d P r afstffclJ of f thl tlitworld
world tn neacr cdUhtt the M NCht2iC NCht2iCirdjertiesnre whdU
tJrd irdjertiesnre ltt sttr 11ft produclni oil t1 it a flllr t ecaiC ecaiChut ti16 ti16lJut
hut not v vorv rl mu much h hds ucJnffi 1ieft Mft t needmp1li1iCt1 needmp1li1iCt1ily CCdt t1I1 litid litidlJy
lJy ft the other mltl mifida lt of t tile 1stfl clIstttt t thrthi thrthiot rhah rhahof
Of which have fttiffe atiffertid ea d Ih the tb jJdSt frOl frOlexport fHHn frOirtexiet
export Xb H flhancierihjr ftfi flhancieFift h letif1E That TH Rt ii a limber d dofcutity of ofOba otgobtl
gobtl Oba n mihis Ihs tH1 B d dnvelopd v lcijS 1tt Belh Betivdr Betivdrqtunty r rQtuttt
ofcutity eventually event aItr i Is not dp6H op H todoubt todoubtThere to d doubt doubtThirc Ubt UbtTh
There Th ri also als9 are cobber co r deposits 4 rl tta pf iiiore iiioreopened trloreor nioreor
or I 1es SS promise tna in a mbjorit i of the fi htheC htheCd2UnfIes t t tQ21inffes
Q21inffes ot O the sHH ti1te drIi ncl bI g tnlhgt l t t1jeiftgprtt te tebeing
1jeiftgprtt being prdIetod lcua ot th tim cdoper nUnalJNor nUnalJN mtuisurcsof
or th the Ufntnh MertiHon f tCcentl3 tCcentl3opened enttj enttjopened
opened for exploitation exploitationcbmmerciailmportance exploitaUonJn
Jn ln caHtornla the prOd1i prodlicliori fton bas taJJ alIeit alIeitoft f1 f1cjJf
oft but th the t IoH s8 Is oh y t teinilcratip teinilcratiprher tttj t rr
thtf are mot mord th thaxi ti it a doz c1ozer ij CbJttpfiHt CnhltpnitgcOtfltlfM
CGtnt1 cOtfltlfM ihllt show dibiiei d djiolt 1 Hi dt dtbmmetcl citcbmmercldi
cbmmerciailmportance cbmmercldi bmmetcl lfup Importance it n H but t the th bulk tit tifthe litthe
the production has come from ShastAc Shasta Shastacdunty ShastacOunty
cOunty c unty and nd from fromlt a single mine the theIron theIron theIron
Iron Mountain This Is not worked out outbut outbut
but the necessity of exploiting the lower lowergrade low Ioergrade r rgI
grade gI ade ores has led to a change of base
by which the tn smelters sme t rs are transferred transferredttf tranSferredttude
ttf ttude tidewater t IL near San Francisco The TheB Th Tha ThellUIly
B llUIly Hy Hill mine whIch haS ha been the thesecond thesecond thesecond
second producer of the state for several severa4yeers severalyt severalyerrs
yeers yt S has been taken tak moverby < over by the Genx Genxeral Gen General General
eral Electric company compa11yThe The Mammoth JSfammptnrcfne Mammothtrfnefn ifammothlame
lame trfnefn in Sfiasfte < 6tffity ti t hiM HUbe bei r fak fakn faknCvCr n npany nowr
owr by tile trift tnttCd Q St StCte teg Mining ccnn1 ccJm ccJmpony
pany and is f being opened edand and equipped equipped1on equippedon
on a considerable scale and should add addmaterially addmaterially addmaterially
materially to the copper production of ofthe otthe ofthe
the state At several other points in the thestate thestnte thestate
state there dre developments developt nts of some somepromis somepromJs somepromise
promise r but Iii no case has h S th the produc productidn productf production
tidn tf ri reached importance sis yet yetC6ridftfahs yetConditions t tndtt
Conditions ndtt l s in AlaskaAIak Alaska AlaskaAlaska AlaskaAIaka
Alaska has l Hr copper cop er ore of e Treasures measur pi pigr ofgreat t tgr
gr great at t promise ptOTt fs The Th storied storJ g brought brollg t In Iriby Inbt Inb
by b e etplorer plorerg plor r from the Copper River Rivercotmtry Riv Rivercountry r
country Tanana district dtstrf t4Tt aritf and < f eWewhere eWewhereneed e1ewhereneed 1s wber wberneed
need a cansf considerable tl1 Je scaling down In or order 01d ortier
tier d t t to set et the stories to fit inside fnsfd th thboundnrfesul the theboundaries theboondnric
boundaries boundnrfesul of fact out with all due dueaHowance dueallowance
allowance lIdW ce mad miit1 for f r exaggeration xagg ratfor which nvhichgeem5 whichs whichSdemS
geem5 s e s Insepafitble fng Paf bJ from rout the exploration explorationof
of new mineral fields fie1d difficult of acdessthe ac acCess acCessth ess essthe
the th interior copper deposits of Alaska are areof areot areof
of great promise and n warrant w rrant the asser assertion assertfon assertion ¬
tion that important nt prodttceYs j rodttc rs will be de def6laped deY deIoped
f6laped Y lpper Ioped wltfiiriu wlU tJff 4Ah 4he hc n next Xt st J ten yfedfS y at At Afpresent Atl Atpresent
present l ent the th trfodacfhcr titddu rng frfnf mifi 9 ar are on onPrlrice onPrhlce
Prlrice of Wales Wgf island and the t e develop dev 10p ¬
mines of the greatest Promise are arelocated arelocated re
located on that th t island and on the th main mainland mainlacici ¬
land opposite The advantages of o large largeand largeand
and t1 1d rich rlchore t jore ore bodies b6 s climate cllt ate topography topographyAJeteKft topolITaJhyI
and t trinsporfrtfon r ns porJ U enj enjoyed or ed by tfte Prince Princeof PrfncGot
of Wales a Leg island mlne mines S i tire Ie dec decI dlJ fa fai favab1e
vab1e i bl ta U the m making kf g at f J iPr r e mne mneM mInes mInesMaskft
AJeteKft M t1Ua should b bdcome crn art rf important importantsoured mPQrbtritg mp irtant irtant5Gt1rcJ
soured g 5Gt1rcJ Tt1r < of corppcr Supply within the next nextfew nextfew nextfew
few years
Some Small Mines MinesWashington Mln MinesWarhingtan S Sltatnb1gton
Washington and Oregon have fiav numerous num rous
dep d dei1dits iJdits difs Of copper or and nd iA the tft tknamed flgt flgtnamed fifst7 fifst7narn
named narn d state consideftfole considet bl vr6ijife pr prcigresx gt s TftSff TftSffbeen ha habeen hacbeen
been made within the past twO OT or three threeyears t threeyears ie ieyears
years While hlle the 1SQ5 productfofi roductl b Of OfWashington ItWashington ofWashington <
Washington was tHvlat a aconsldera consideraKfeproduction consideraKfe consIderafeproduction 1 1production
production should be effected during tirIn the tnsnext t1 thenext 6 6nfxt
next few feWyear years Idafid Iditfidh hag h t a i number htimb r of ofsmall ofmnhl t tgroan
small mines m1n but the th output remains remainsSTtrIl rem inS inSr in inarxtshl
STtrIl STtrIlWyoming arxtshlWyomIng r iiJ1 iiJ1Wyoming
Wyoming has nearly at hundred mining miningcompanies mlnln mlnlnc miningeonlpanl
companies c mp nf s r owning land tthdJn Jn the vicinity vlcfnftyof
of the tl1 tOwn t wn of Ehcampmerit Ei1cttrtt > r t Carbon Carboncounty Cat1ioncourttt Carboncoiint
county coiint Most M IOst st of th thiaC e are a af contented cOnt 11t d to tosell toseU tosell
sell stock stockier for low prices ancTdof nit the An Annual n nnual nnual ¬
nual aflsessment aA fSSm nt work fegfuTred t d rted By y the thefdvefnmetit theglW thegavrnment
fdvefnmetit glW gavrnment inmernt from those whO 9 hold unpat unpatrrted unpatdtrl unpatdrrted
rrted dtrl d mineral mln tal claims < JE1frn A few f w cptftpsnieg cptftpsniegare c mpanief mpaniefarC
are a deveioplrts d der loPht seriously S 1 uslYbut but the ex exploltfttldn e1plolt e eploltatlon
ploltfttldn plolt tl n of the district hasT h iiar S been be rt fereatly fereatlyhanipered ltr gratiyhampered tty ttybnp
hampered bnp te1 by bya a sixtymild < wagon w gon haul h t1Ion t1IonH on onall onalt
all H freight both b th In and Out ut A rattroad rattroadla r Uro d dIs
Is now building and should be In opera operation operatIOTI perafan ¬
fan In the spring Or summer s mrri rof of ICOn lOOwMuch 1006MUch ICOnMttchi <
Much the most m st IffipSrtant Hnp rt nt of the Wy Wyoming Wrondng Wyomirig ¬
oming properties Is the PennWyominpwhfch P PennWyominp PennWyomingwhich nn Wyomfn WyomfnwhIch
whIch ran its itSSfu smelter lter fdr f r mord than thanhalf tJ1 tjuarihalf an anhalf
half of the past p st year and a securep secured sectlrepproduction ff ffproduction
production of upwards pf five flv htilhdn htilhdnpounds md1i rdilliOniiounds n ntounds
pounds of blister copper copperGo copP copperCdlordd r rC
C Cdlordd Go I lor oral do d Copper CoppdrCal CopperColorado CopperColorado
Colorado Cal r do has copper cO per ores fh l every everycounty ev everyeou ry ryoout
county oout eou tt wesft t of Denver DEnv t but b t it hag hai no nocoppef rijcOPPer nocOpper
cOPPer mifies rrllti > s The pfodudtlPn n of if wOW qtlOOOtpouflds wOWpounds OOOOOjpounds
pounds credited t 1ited < to Colorado Co1 rac10 In the es estimate estimate s st1mat ¬
timate for 1005 < Is from byproduct metal metalrecovered m mta1recovered tal talrecovered
recovered in the smelting smltfn of o gold arid aridsllvdf aridsllvdt t1d t1dslly
sllvdf slly t ore or g Larimer county Which ad adjoins adjolns adjoins ¬
joins Carbon county urity Wyoming Wyon fr has sdmd sdmdrather sd scinidrather 1J 1Jrather
rather pr promising mllfl g copper measures m and andwill ChCIwill d dWill
will benefit b n tit by the building of thefall thefallroad th tail ial103i tailroa4
road 03i to Encampment EncampmentNetradi EncampmentN1io EncampmentNPvnla
Netradi N1io c1 never neV r has been b en an n Important Importantproducer importarttprJdtic imPortantprcJc11icrr
producer r but Is known to have copper copperore copperore cornierore
ore bodies bodlestJf tf f more than ordinary prom pronvise proJW proJWfse promise
ise The wonderful gold old and silver de deposits deposits deposits ¬
posits found during urJn the past few f w years yearsat yearsat yearsnt
at Tondpah Tonrlp h and other desert mining miningcamps mlnin mlnincamps miningcamps
camps has turned attention anew an w to o the themineral thEmineral themineral
mineral resources of this until very re recently recently recentlv ¬
cently the least populous and most mostbackward mostbackward mostbackward
backward of all the American states and andterritories andterrJf andteriIfories
territories terrJf ri and t d if Is probable jrdb bl that the thecopper thecopp thecOpp
copper copp r devolppments dev loprn ntsof of the near future futurewill futurewill futurewill
will place Nevada among the important importantproducers importantpro importantproducers
producers pro u < erf of the second class classfrew classNew ass assW
New W Mexico despite the fact that aome aomeUi som somat some someof
th thO barHest c cOpper mIn minds s In the west westWlre westwere
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work under way now however than for forsome torsom forsome
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tablets rfabl 1ablt t Druggists refund money if it itfails itfails itfails
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NeW N w Haven ll veh COhn C hn Jan i 12chief Chief of ofPolice ofP ofPdhIe
Police P U e Wririrt today notified Mana Manager Manaer Ianaget ¬
get er Rowland Row and of the th Hyperion HYP rion theatre theatrethat th thrtrethat tre tretb
that tb t the th play p1a of Sapfiho S pjihotl by tJ MISS MliSOlgd Mi MiOlga MISSOh
Olgd Oh etBerfiole tTi rgcj Will lhI not t Be permitted permittedhere iermIttedhere ermltt d dbers
here next Wednesday evening unless unlesscertain unJ unJcertain unlascertain
certain changes h nges are made in It The Thechief Tnehie Theh1ef
chief hie h1ef says s s the fh matter m tt rts is ih the hands handsof fi nds ndsat
of the city city attorney attorneyMIGHT attOthPyMIGHT tt fb y
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