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I 9IE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 if 1
I Financial and Commercial I J
I MINES I
TENDENCY DOWN
IN STOCK MARKET
Speculators Suspicious That
Money Will Go Higher Over
the Ocean
MORE CASH LOST BY BANKS
BAD EFFECT OF PENNSYLVANIA
RAILROAD STOCK ISSUE
New York Nov 6Mlzgivings over the
money outlook were as muph responsible
as anything for the downward tendency
of prices ot stocks today The feeling
over the money ItnatIn Is based not 10
much on tile actual tone ot the money
market as on the suspicion ot the active
measures necessary on the purt ot the
capitalists to conserve such ease In mon
cy rates as has been secured thus far
There has been an actual hardening of
money rates on time loans in the lat
tei part of the week and a resumption
of active demand for loans for the short
er periods The extensive shifting of cred
Its from one quarter to another either
In this country or to foreign money mar
kets has relaxed he situation more than
once when it tended to become strIngent
A 6 per cent minimum discount rate
beth by the Bank of England and by
the Imperial Bank of Germany caused
renewed discussion The result of such
a rate would probably be the dislodge
ment of credIts on which the New York
market Is relying to carry through the
tall with ease
Th further pressure on PennsylvanIa
today in connection with the offering of
tw tack at par was a factor In keep
Ing a1ie an uneasy feeling over money
nark resources lord consideration was
gn today to the weeks loss in cash
by the banks Indicated by yesterdays pre
lImltao estimates There were premon
ItIOns also that the loan item ot the forth
lmmg bank statement would show the
afiNt of the large receipts of home corn
ing s cu1ties from foreIgn markets
Large lthdrnwals of gold from the Bank
of England for shlpmet to Egypt em
phasized the Impre lon ot the harden
Ing of the worlds money markets Stocks
had a substantial recovery on short coy
cring induced by denials of positive report
port that an advance in the German
bank rate on Monday had been deter
Tlm i un The bank statement showed
over t6UOOi actual loss of cash and the
1111 ExpanBion served to swell the de
llosil liabilities as well The surplus I
reduced SS18850 by the average of 9
0125s5
O42Bonds
Bonds were Irregular Total sales par
value 11J000
enlted States Se have declined and
till 3s common and the 41 reg8tered
pr cnt on call during the week
Stock Quotations
Sales lII1i Low Close
AIJ chalmllB
preferred 9t0 I i M14 ii1S
Amal Copper 3500 87 S6 8Iti
Amr Agrleur lO I 49 f9 J >
Am Beet Sucar tVO 1PIi 47 48
Am Can pfd 3JO 834 ss 25
Am l ar Fdf 2M 7 t 1t
Ar Cotton OiL 1800 7 Tl 18
tflt It 1k L pfd 11O4 4gIk 4 4
Am Te Sees 25
mtr Linseed 100 15 15 15
Am Locomotive 1500 tJ2 2
Am Smelt R S3o 98fi 974 W
Prefrred MJ 111 111 III
Am Sugar Ref 13
Am rd T1 500 IU 113 14Gb
Am Teb pfd 100
Air 1 W uct1ca UL
Ut MinI C 0 2tOO 4114 11L4 tn
Atlin U900 120 IHj1 fl9
Pref rred 2O1 105 14 103
AUantl C L 1t73
K1t Ohio 500 I1 117 11ti
Preferred 93
Btthlehem Steel 2000 r a 311
pQO > n R T OO 6f blk 76
l yul1an PacHlc JIJO III3 l Ib31
CtaTrdl Leather 2900 48 ii4 4i
4i trnd 109
ttratofN J 297
hrs Ohio 52 81J i 8S
ChI Alton 100 67 tl 67
I Gt West S09 2As 20 IO
n X W 188
i MU St P 400 1la1 > lii 1S71n
CC StL 76
Cnl 1ul I 12500 4911 10
c il South 100 58 58
1st preten 200 90 80 ls SOY
j prefered 79j
II olldatet1 Gas 1800 144 144 IH1I
tri Prodrnts 300 218 21 2l
lJt I Hudson NO 185 1s5 183
1 > I r R G > JO 48Js 4lk 47
Ircitrreil 84
Dt ecs 10 3no4 I 36
Er 2700 S31s u 82
1st jefrvt4 100 47 47 47
211 lrferr 39
GcnraI Electric 30iI 1 2 162 16Vi
Grt worth pd 1800 1154 H > Ji 14i
la K Ore tie 300 SIk 1 82
InlJ nis Central 100 138 1r 14S 1181 >
ITt 101 tt 45OJ 19 IS 19
Prdrrtd 100 4Mi dI4 4
Inter Harvester 000 lUJ2 1t lot1tl
Int Marine pfd 12100 25 25
hit Pler 400 15 a 14
lt Pump 4100 5111 11 i1
In ntnl 200 29 29 29
Ii Southern 50 k 44 13 4S1f
Prered 200 lO it4 70
Lu Nash 3 100 154 1514 152Jh
11lI1 St L 2 53 53t2 53
linn 8t P S
Sf Marie 136
n ourl Padfk 09 W 6918 iO
i K Txas 46110 47 46 4 < < 1
P ferred 300 74 74 74
tlunal BIH11 111
atwnal Lead 1000 gs 98 8S
Nat Rye of Iex
1 t preferred 100 55 55 16
X Y Central 3tOO 134 133 1333k
N Y Onto W 100 11 4l 45
rflk West 21O 9
7irh Amer 100 70 1J 79
rthrn Pacific 2100 1lS1 U8 14814
Pacific Mail 2000 H 4ft 4t
P T1nsylvanta 141ro IeYs 141 Hl
PtIlps Gas 100 111 U3Yz 1136
P r 51 1 9tI4
P te1 Car 1300 8314 528c 56
P 11 Pal Car 19
L t el Spring 414
Hf 1mg 4a36O 1Ga14 1Gl 162
Rvihic Steel 2500 48 47 4A
puflrr 100 106 1tI514 156k
R k TYard Co 4l00 4914 3614 3S
prfrrPd 1000 50 II 79 80
St L San Fron
d preferred 1MO 5i 36 564
St Louis s W 1000 3 30
Prrferrd 200 6Stl t1I C5
SIORS Sheffield
Strel Iron 100 91 91 90
Southern P8eitI91300 130 1i 1M 123
Southrrn Rallw1 300 3 311 30
Preferred 60Q OOHt IO 60
Tenn Copper
Texas Pacific roo 35 35 3li14
To St L W 290 IWz 534 53
Preferred OO i p014 704 7014
mba Pacific 45QO 201 201 20
p fcrrd 1000 101 lOOMs 100
IT S Realty S2
r s flubbr 900 5014 49 40
r R Steel 91100 91 00 91
Prefrred 200 127 li11 126M
Itab Copper 100 60 50 49
TlrgnlaCarollna
Chemical 00 ro 494 49
Whqh 100 1J 12 i 19
Prerred 23 Iit 504 5114
W Maryland kO I mr 31
Westing Elec 100 SG S6 86
Wstern Union 300 is 771 776
V1eel 1 E 864
lVls Central 100 5014 6G O
Total sales for the day 07900 shares
Money Sliver Etc
Nev York Nov GMoney on call nom
ira Time loans firm for sixty days and
rJnty days 4 per cent for six months
4r4 per cent
F Prim mercantile paper 4414 par cent
f1terllng exchange steady with actual
business In bankers bills at U3114S31ii
for sIxtyday bills and at 4S71 for dl
TornT
Commrrclnl bills 4S24S2
Bar hpr E f
Mexican dollars n
Government horce steady
Railroad bonds 1TCgular
Metal Markets
New York Nov 6The usual Satur
day situation obtaIned In the metal mar
ket In the absence of exchanges and
prices were nomInal
Tin was quoted at 3O37Wir3061h
lLake copper was quoted by local deal
ers at 13001312k electrolytic 1275
12871h casting 12GWG12
Lead was reported easy at 4371h442
Spelter nominal G45 asked
Iron steady No1 northern 1S501950
No 1 southern 18251975
Treasury Statement
WashIngton Nov GThe condition of
the treasury at the beginning or business
today was af follows
Trust funds
Gold coin 376352869
SlIver dollars 4S72AJ1ooo
Silver dollars ot 1890 h 4022000
Sliver certificates outstanding 431201000
General fund
Standard silver dollars In gen
eral fund 2G4927i
Current liabilities 11106061
Working balance In treasury of
fices 29547154
In banks to credit ot treasurer
ot the United States 3G2189
Subsidiary slIver coin 17554261
Minor coin 1414263
Total balance In general fund S8316339
The Bank Statement
New York Nov 6The statement of
clearing house banks for the week five
days shows that the banks hold 5042575
more than the requirements of the 25 per
cent reserve rule This Is a decrease ot
8867250 In the proportionate cash reserve
83 compared with last week The state
ment follows
Loans 124fj9741 increase 13009500
Deposits 1211400500 Increase 74tG200
Circulation 3278S00 increase l12WO
Legan telders 68530400 decrease 2523
SOOT Specie t6rm300 decrease 1482200
Resenp 315407700 decrease 57005700
Resen required 310363125 Increase
1861550
Surplus 35002575 decrease 8867250
Ex United States deposits 5419325 de
creaBel 8878850
The percentage of actual reserve ot the
i I clearing house banks today was 2519
The statement of banks and trust com
panies of Greater New York not report
ing to the clearing house shows that these
Institutions have aggregate deposits of
1r2046GOO Total cash on hand 14817
600 and loans amounting to 12008109I
The Financier will say The most strik
Ing feature In connection with the state
ment ot the associated banks of New
York City for the week ending Nov 6
was a loss of 6Q865OO In cash due for
the greater part to operations with the
subtreasuo and an Increase ot 6624000
In loan A heavy expansion in loans
had been anticipated and the amount was
smaller in fact than preliminary estimates
had foreshadowed
Deposits as a result ot the changes
just noted showed a moderate expansion
ot 2071100 The reserve on nIl deposits
leU 6003275 leaving the present surplus
above the 25 per cent legal requirements
4496335 The cash reserve figured on
the actual showing ot the banks Satur
day was US per cent
There had been reason to believe that
some of the loan commitments had been
shifted to the trust companies but the
statement of these Institutions and the
state banks showed nn actual decrease
of 31011700 in loans and a loss of about
p750000 in cash and a decrease of 7
ElOOooo In net deposits
As showing the liquidation which has
occurred In one year it may be stated
that compared with the exhibit made
one year ago last week the clearing
house banks have decreased their loan
74000000 their deposits 155000000 and
their cash holdings about 00000000 It
the next two weeks reveal as Is predict
ed the transfer of larger amounts of
American securities from England the
burden on the New York banks will be
Increased but rates for money do not
Indicate much apprehension on that score
here
Evaporated Frults
New York Nov GEvaporated apples
are quiet and easier with November of
fered at 9 On spot fancy are nom
inal choice 9144i10 prime S4 i com
mon to fair 614ilS1f
PrunesStrong with a continued good
export and domestic demand Stocks of
sold goods on the coast are said to be
small quotations from 347 for Califor
nia up to 40 to SOs and 69 for Oregons
ApricotsFIrm wIth light offerings
but trading quIet choice quoted at 1l
U extra choice 11411 i fancy 1361212
8ehesSteady with reports of higher
ricas on the coast choice quoted 5ir
i1 extra choice 5Ii0G fancy C16
f RaI8InsQul and prices mostly nom
kml although the undertone to the mar
ket Is firm Loose muscatels quoted at
4514 choice to fancy seeded 4014
seedless 35 London layers 1Oi12
New York GraIn
New York Nov GFlourReceIpts 32
jfJO barrels exports 12923 barrels market
unchanged wIth demand slow Minnesota
patents ii 26155o winter straights 51Ofi
53 Minnesota bakers 450480 winter
extras 43OfNSO winter patents 535
iro winter low grades 4204W
VheatRecelpts 19600 bushels ex
ports 96666 bushels spot firm No 2 red
1251A asked elevator No 2 red 121 nom
Inal t o b afloat No 1 northern Du
luth 112 nominal f o b afloat No 2
hard winter 11G1 nomlnai f o b afloat
OptionsAfter a stead but rather
featureless openIng the wheat market
gained strength and advanced 9 on cov
ering by shorts on reports of firmer
northwestpu cash markets and buying
by promInent commission houses The
close was firm at oi advance De
cember clored at 1ll May 1Q9
Coffee and Sugar
New York Nov GThe coffee market
elOlletI steod not unchanged to 10 points
higher Sales were reported of 25250 bags
Including November at 630 December
625 larch 645 May 6501j65ii July
660 September 6fXCjG65 Spot coffee
quiet No7 Rio 814JS nominal No4
Santos 81i mild quiet Cordova 91114
SugarRaw steady fair refinIng 380
I centrifugal l 96 teat 430 molasses sugar
256 Refined steady No6 465 No7
UO No8 455 No9 40 No 10 443
No 11 440 Ko 12 45 No 13 430 No
U 430 confectioners A 495 mould A
510 cut loaf 595 crushed 585 pow
dered 5S granulated 516 cubes 540
LIVESTOCK MARKETS
Kansas City Nov 6CattleRecelpts
1000 market stead Katlve steers 4Wfl
900 native cows and heifers 225330
stockers and feeders 315ITt90 bulls 275
03W calves 350860 western steers
38011640 western cows 27511450
HogsReceipts 3000 market stead
Bulk of sales 7i0780 heavy 775j785
Packers and butchers 76i1j85 light 74
70 pigs 65OW125
No sheep
South Omaha Nov 6CattleRecelpts
400 market stead Native steers 45O
800 cows and heifers 300j525 western
steers 35OiJ625 cows and heifers 2S01
450 canners 225325 stockers and feed
ers 273136590 calves 35013700 bulls stags
te 2rc463
HogsRectlpts 3400 market steady
Heavy 7704780 mixed i65775 light
7ssa7 pigs G501li23 bulk cf sales 765
J770
SheepReceipts none market nominal
ly steady Yearlings 47513525 lambs
G25100
Chicago Nov 6CattleRecelpts estl
mBtttI at 2600 market steady Beeves
00fi910 Texas steers 3SOi85 western
steers 42343140 stockers and feeders 300
fiIiiOO cows and heifers 200ff60 calves
6256850
HogsReceipts estimated at UOOO mar
kt stronger Light 740790 mixed 780
ii810 heavy 745S10 rough 74513765
good to choice heavy 76WSI0 pigs 57w
750 bulk ot sales 7SO800
SheepReceipts estimated at 11500 mar
ket stead Native 2501l4S western
375J400 yearlings 4605M lambs na
tive 45013735 western 47513730
Wool Market
St Louis Nov 6WoolO let medi
um grades combing and clothing 21ff30
light fine 2327 heavy fine 141332 tub
washed 261r3S
I Flax Market
Minneapolis Nov GFlax closed at 169
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
I
Chicago Nov 6Talk of a probable
falling off In the movement ot wheat
In the United States next week Inspired
active buying of that grain on the board
of trade today The action of the mar
ket was a surprise to the majority ol
traders who had exp < cted prices to con
tinue a downward course Leading ele
vator Interests however gave the mar
ket vigorous support and this brought
out active covering by shorts Demand
was chiefly for December and the price
of that option advanced nearly 2 cents
from the low point ot the day The up
turn occurred during the final hour and
at the close prices were almost at the
top notch December closed at 103 after
ranging between 101 and 10315
Adytces from the west northwest and
southwest predicting a lighter movement
from the farms next week were Influ
ential factors In starting the late upturn
This prediction was given more considera
tion In view of todays primary receipts
which aggregated 116iCOO bushels only a
trifle more than a year ago
The bulge In wheat caused moderate
firmness in com during the late trading
and resulted In net gains ot 14 to t c
at the close
The trade In oats was dull Prices
closed a shade lower to a shade higher
Provisions closed 5c higher to 13134c
lower than yesterday
The leading futures ranged as follows
WHEAT
I Open I High I Low I Close
Dec 105 10314 101 103
May 102 10214 101 102
July 95 96S 95t4 9G
CORK
I Opsu t HIgh I Low I Close
Dee 55 ½ 58 614
May GOoa 60 16SJA 15S
July 59iS 00 5978 00
OATS
f Open I High I Low I Close
Dee 39 3919 3 i 33
May UWiNl m 13 139 n
Iuly33 3914 39 3Jt4
MESS PORKPer barrel
I Open I HIgh I Low I Close
Jan 202 2020 20O7 2012
lay 1980 1980 19Gn2 1970
RDPer 100 pounds
r Open I HIgh I Low I Close
Nov 1250 1287 ½ 1275 1273
Jan 111712 1180 1ln12 11i5
fay 113TI2 U31h 11m2 1130
SHORT RIBSPer 100 pounds
I Open I High I Low I Close
Jan 1030 103P4 1030 1030
May 1027YJ 10271f1 1022 fz 1022Y
Cash quotations were as follows
FlourFirm winter patents 63513860
straights 450ij545 spring straights 47513
400 bakers 32562
ReNo 2 7374
BarleyFeed or mixing 555 far to
choice malting 561365
Flax SeedNo 1 southwestern 1G4 No
1 northwestern 17
Timothy Sed3ro
Clover95H00
Mess PorkPer barrel 275400
LardPer 100 pounds 1300
Short RibsSides loose 107510
Sldeshort clear boxed 10125
Grain Statistics
Total clearances of wheat and flour
were equal to 4520 bushels Primary re
ceipts wore 116000 bushels compared
with 11490 bushels the corresponding
day a rear ago Estimated receipts for
tomorrow Wheat 6 car corn 179 cars
oats 151 cars hogs 30 head
Butter Cheese and Eggs
New York Nov GButterFlrm un
changed
CheeseStead unchanged
EggsSteady irregular western extra
firsts 3 firsts 39145332 seconds 22
Chicago Nov GButterSteady cream
eries 261330 daIries 211323
EggsReeipts 541 cases strong at
mark cases Included 201326 ½ firsts 2
prime firsts 2
heseFirm daisIes 16114 twins
lG young Americas 16131615 Ions
lrnrns 15W3
fermentaton and
flatulence Prevented
In the Stomach by Charcoal the
Great Absorbent AntiPermenta
AntFerenta
tive and Deodorant
tve
Some years ago Dr Beloc a retired
surgeon ot the French army turned his
attention to charcoal as n remedy for
dyspepsia fermentation and flatulence
or gas in the stomach and intestines He
was himself a sufferer from these symp
toms and thus had an opportunity of
testing personally Its therapeutic action
He decided after many tests that char
coal made ot willow wood was by far
the best He found that charcoal made
of other woods caused a disagreeable
taste In the moutheven painful excor
iations of the mucous membrane as well
as thirst and a pInchln sensation In
the stomach but not one of these symp
toms ever occurred when willow charcoal
was employed
He was In the habit ot prescribing from
two to sIx teaspoonfuls for his patients
but he himself frequently took as much
as 5 grammes or more than fifteen
ounces per day There is really no such
thing as taking too much charcoal An
excess cannot be taken for the reason
that the more you take the better It Is
for you as It Is entirely harmless and
through Its use your system will be com
pleteb cleansed of all its Impurities the
fermentation of food and the formation
I of gas in the stomach prevented and the
I absorption of toxIc products or poisonous
materIal into the blood from the stomach
and Intestines estopped
When a regular physician took as much
as fifteen ounces ot charcoal daily its
harmlessness and beneficial effects as an
absorbent deodorant germ destroyer and
dspeslo cure should bd apparent to all
The Academle Natonale de MedIcine of
Paris reported very favorably on a mem
oir which Dr Beloc published on the use
of charcoal and In France i soon be
came a favorite remedy Its reputation
spread to thIs country and now we find
charcoal lozenges extensively sold pre
scribed and employed as dyspepsia rem
edies Dr ne1ocs charcoal was admln
stred to his patients In the form of a
powder stlrrd up in water which was
very disagreeable to the taste and its
efficacy was far less than In the form ot
a lozenge
Stuarts Charcoal Lozenges are a great
and happy improvement upon this form
of administering charcoal They are made
of the beEt willow charcoal freshly pre
pared and rendEred exceedingly palat
able by the addition or pure honey which
gIves them a taste that is In strong con
trast to that of ordInary powdered char
coal Nothing could b more effcaious
In its effects than charcoal gIven In this
desirable form Two or three of Stuarts
Charcoal Lozenges taken alter meals are
sufficient to give complete relief Go to
your druggist and buy a box but Insist
on having Stuarts as there a many
worthless imitations on the market not
made of willow wood but of poplar box
wood dogwood etc which are not goo
for the dogoo For sale everywhere 23
cents per box Sample box will be sent
free pr mal upon request Address F
A l1ch Stuart Co 21 Stuart Bdg Marshall
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even out of season
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Tpatment
Dont Forget
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OF YOUR HAPPY AND PROS
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I you reside In the Capital or
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They surely are waiting to hear
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SALT LAKE CIT PAST AND
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408 D F Walker Dldg
Sal Lake City Utah
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Why Because we are specialstbecause we have
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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
A FEW SALE LISTINGS
TiE SNAP OF THE YEI qulred to develop thIs property
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An 8room rooming house cern give you the address and you can
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On State street 120 roos and all detais
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pIe quartersawed EXPENSE
MONTIIJ3XPENSE 300
Iron and brass beds new lInen and lUONTI
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COMBINATION Will I
DRIVE T BIG VEIN
Development of Promising
East Tintc Ground to Be
Resumed
Active development ot the property of
the Tintlc Combination Mlnlpg company
Is to be resumed at once accordlrg to B
accordtg
H Bullock th companys general man
ager who was in the city yesterday pre
parng for the work
When at work early in the year the
company sank to the depth ot 2 feet a
shat of two compartments and manway
The shaft is well tImbered and In perfect
condtion In sinking It were encountered
bodies ot highly mineralized quart sim
Iar to the quartz which In the Sioux
Consoldated companys mIne was found
next to the ore Several stringers of
coppersiver sulphIdes gave further evi
dence that the shaft is In an ore country
East of the shaft near the apex of the
mountain Is a vein seventytho feet wide
rom which years ago was taken consid
erable rich silver ore I Is the purpose
of the company to put the shaft down to
about 25 feet depth then drift over to
the big vein which will be encountered
at the depth of nearly 5 feet from the
surface
That vein Is one of three weldefined
ledges whiCh extend the distance of 4000
feet through the property from north to
south Lying just east of intlc Central
and Iron lossom the group Is on the
same great mineralized zone as that
which further north Is being explored by
Tlntc Standard East Tlntc Develop
ment Iron King and others LadIng
mining men who have examined the
Combinaton property agree that In the
ground should be opened one of the big
mInes of Tlntc
The company has on the ground a large
whim house blacksmith shop and timber
house A buffalo whim was used to
sink the shaft to its present depth but
now a modem steam plant Is to be In
staled with the Intention f pushing the
work vigorously
WORK IS RESUME
BY FEDERAL ELY Y
ColeRy Railroad Survey to
Water Supply Arouses
Interest 1
The Federal Ely Copper company
with a force of twelve and fifteen men
employed Is resuming active develop
ment work In both of its groups of
claims in the Ely district A new hoist
Is to be placed on the Pride ot the West
shaft W J Craig general manager of
the company is due to leave today for
the east mission unknown
Curiosity as to just what Is going on in
Federal Ely local Interests In the com
pany decline to satisfy That a deal for
control Is pending is generally believed
Interests
In view of the ColeRyan
having nnnounced their Intention 01
building a new concentrator and smelter
to treat their Ely ore and In view of
the further fact that Federal Ely owns I
the only available Important water sup
ply near the Ely district and that the
GIroux company has had made a pre
liminary survey for a line of ralrol
twentyseven miles long extending
from its mines to a point near the water
supply of the Federal Ely company
many persons assume to be we con I
ccrnlng what is going on in Fetrl Ely
But of course Us all a guess
Federal Elys properties are both close
to the heart of the district within rea
sonable proximity to Nevada Consol
date and Cumberland Ely and in both
porphyry and limestone formations In
its Steel group Is a tunnel 900 feet long
which Is well along toward getting un
der an outcrop of mineral where a great
body ot commercial ore Is virtually as
sured The mouth of the tunnel Is with
in a few feet of the Nevada Northerf
railroad permitting of mine cars being
dumped directly into railroad cars In
the Queen of the Vest group a shaft to
the depth of 109 feet Is in sulphide ore o
commercial Irade
Water Rights Are Valuable
But the Federal Ely company mad I
really masterstroke when I acquired a
Steptoe valley ranch which carries with
It one of the few important water rights
in that reionthe others having beer
acquired by the Guggenheims The wa
ter supply thus controlled Is ample i
is said for a large smelter and concen
tratir Conservative experts having In
mind tne assured great ore production
of the Ely mines have averred that thf
Federal Ely water rights are worth thF
entire 31000000 capitalization of thl
company
Possibly the ColeRyan Interests wit
consdr themselves fortunate to be abl
to purchase the water rights for a hal
million thrown with in the mining propprtr
UTAH FUEL TO DRIVE I
LONG WATER TUNNEL
The Utah Fuel company Is I taking con
tracts for the driving of a tunnel 8000
feet long from Range creek to its mines
at Sunnsld The estimated cost of the
tunnel Is from 8 to 10 a Coot I will
carry through the mountain the water
i supply for the companys coal mines Tho
water supply Is at present obtained h3
pumping from Range creek
TINTIC STANDARD HAS
ALL QUARTZ IN I SHAFT
At the depth of 6 feet the bottom ot
the shaft ot the Tintc Standard Mining
company was entirely In yellow quartz
with consIdarabi Iron stain Strata of
the quart began to come into the shaft
several days ago and now the lime Is
entirely replaced by I I is the material
which eneaSil ore bodies In Tlntlc dis
trictevidence that the shaft Is In the
edge of an ore bodY could hardly 0
more conclusive before entering the ore
itself
NEVADA CON MAKES
NEW RECORD OUTPUT
Ely Ne Nov GReports of operations
tons oC the Nevada Consolidated dur
Ing October show that the gross output
of ore produced by that company dur
inL the month was 208000 tens a daily
output oC 6700 tons This ore passed
through the concentrator of the Steptoe
Valley Smelting Mining company ut
McQIlIestablishing a new high record
for both the mine and the concentrator
All of this ore was produced from tht
pit and averaged 2 per cent as com i
pi
pared with 3 per cent from the Ruth
The cost of production ha been reduced
to 65 a pound which Is the lowest pro
duction cost yet reached With copper
at 12 cents a net profit of 65 is made
at this production cost
The Nevada Consolidated has com
pleted the drill hole on the east side ot
the steam shovel pit between the Eure
ka shaft and the pit A depth of 335
feet was reached provIng ore for a
depth of 170 feet At ninety feet the I
hole struck wMer at 10 feeL it passed
through rhyole and at 165 fet It went
Into the copper ore remaining In ore
to the bottom
HOMBER MINE STARTS I
GRAPHITE PRODUCTION I
The Hombr MIning company olrat
lag near BrIgham City is loading for
shipment Its first carload ot graphite to
be marketed I is to be grocnd In a I
mill In thIs city A portion of the prod
uct has ben spoken for by a local foun I
dry to be used for facing castings the
remainder will go to the paint works I
Is amorphus graphite ot exceptionally I
high quality tests showIng It to be from
0 to 983 pure T J Yates the com
general believes that no I
panys manager
gneral beIoes
managr
difficulty will b experienced In finding I
a reads market for the entire output ot
the mine which when arrangements for I I
production are complete will be large I
Ores and Bullion
Q Smelter settlements yesterday
o reported by IcCornick Co Ores
o 20QOO bullion 80000 Total for
o the week 700000 0
0000 0000 000 0
Metal Markets
MarJets
Silver 50c
CQpper cathodes 12 916c
Lead per 100 pounds 40
MIning Notes
Samuel Newhouse left yesterday to look
after his mining interests In Nevada
John E Bergh ot Captain Duncan Mac
Vlchles engineering staff arrived in the
city yesterday from California where hI
has ben examining mines

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