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RICH ORE BODIES HIT IN GLACIER MINE
Twelve-Foot Vein In Property Near Libby Carries Good Values Values Of From *24.80 To $81.70 Per Ton Claimed; Ore Carries Lead, Silver And Gold An ore body of large size, carrying high values in lead, silver and gold, has been opened in the Glacier mine at Libby, accord ing to a report from J. W. Barrett, secretary of the company. Says the report: _ "The winter development work® eliminating Just lately, extends the ore reserves very greatly. The big fault extending across the country wae penetrated by a cress-cut and raise and on the far side of It. we have the nicest ore body of the west. The ore was 12 feet in thickness and here Is what Mr. Stowell says Of lead $21.90; is in the rock ol silver $19.88 and of gold A total of $51.70 to the $9. »2. of bare rock as It comes ton from the hill. Then Mr. Jougbln dropped Into the earth 100 feet and is coming up on the gold discovered last summer and this is ore that is wide and hand some, from 4 to 20 feet In thlck And the values; Lead ore ness. $11.10; silver $9.80 and gold $24.80 to the ton of raw rock." "The present car load of con centrates being made will not to exceed $200 per ton be cause they are running through part low grade that was broken in making this new development, but the next ear after this one, when only this high grade is being milled should startle the , world and make the Glacier mine stand out by itself as the out standing producer of high grade mine product, of (his age." run SEND A CONTRIBUTION TO THE 8ÜNBIRST BADGER Going Fishing? / Every Driller Must Be A Good Fisherman START RIGHT Get the Best of Tackle along with the Best Advice At ANDY TOLD IT Great Fails Sporting Goods Co. 22 South 4th St. » » 4 i CASING PULLING CLEANOUT SERVICE We have most complete oil well Cleanout Service Equipment in Kevtn-Snnbnnt Oil Field for DRILLING DEEPER PULLING RODS A TUBING — PULLING OAfflSO Good Used Casing for Sale PLUGGING BIG WEST OIL COMPANY — OILMONT — FEHD1G KEVIN & HEW HOTEL HUIIfiCRFORP ' IN THE METROPOLITAN CENTER mmmmmmm OF SEATTLE 200 ROOMS 200 BATHS 1 from $J50 COFFEE SHOP HOTEL MANAGEMENT de/fc/ous food at modem* prices I if * HUNSCRPORO Omw and Mana^ar 8 3 8 a ta. FOURTH \ AT U SPRING in A HELENA ASSAY OFFICE ENOS LONG SERVICE HELENA — June 18 was an unlucky day In the his tory of the Helena assay office. office, which has handled millions In Montana gold, closed. Despite the fact the Helena office and other assay offices In the west did considerable busi ness for small prospectors In 1931 and 1932, congress refused to appropriate funds to continue their operation this year. In the 70 years of Its existence the Helena assay office handled estimated $100,000,000 in gold. It served such famous pro ducers as the Drumlummon mine at Marysville, miners of Last Chance gulch of Virginia City and Alder gulch. Tuesday, the old an yy Hello, Sis u W E can't come over today. Thought you might worry, so I called up. • He's 50 miles away, but for a few cents he tele phoned and saved her needless worry. • Maintaining family ties by telephone is so worthwhile and costs so little. tt 99 a o o o Ask Long Distance for any rates you'd like to know. The Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph Co. o I MB 1 PUI ITAI 19 El ICI PROSPECT MINE ill TO OPERATE SHORTLY A new mill will be placed in operation at the Prospect mine near Virginia city with in the next few days, ac cording to W. K. Mallette, president and general man ager. Concrete work is completed and machinery is being placed. A new machine shop has been built, the old assay office has been remodeled and the coarse crushing plant ia nearing com pletion. The plant should be ready for Its initial tryout in side of two weeks, according to Mallette. Get Bullion Gold bullion Is being produced regularly from the free milling ores of the Wlnœtka property, situated close to Virginia City, Madison County. COVER« THE WEST LIKE THE RAIN! Fall of Floorer— Cowboy—Minins— and Ranching »t« rie». SOc for « month* Stic n year Three year* «1.00 ROCKY MOUNTAIN MAGAZINE SIS C. A. Johnson Bldg. DENVER, COLORADO —r / NATURAL GAS i . . . the Community Builder PfOdtoCQN mi f^MCfcaaaFR ol NATURAL OAS hT NORTHWEST STATES UTILITIES CO. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA # A SUBSIDIARY OF THE MINNESOTA NORTHERN * * POWER COMPANY . * MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA Independent MONTANA MADE FROM MONTANA CRUDE" u PUTS PEP 2k In the PULL \ 1 \ 1 r y ' Pond-0-Ray Gasoline OP CONTAINS LESS THAN ONE FEB- CENT Conrad Refining Company PHONE «3 ' 'NBA I MIRES SHOWS Signalising the return of prosperity, the mines throughout Montana and in the Ooeur d'Alenes mining era Idaho ere reopening, many of thorn after long shutdowns. Latest to resume in the Coeur d'Alene« is the Callahan Zinc-Lead com pany property at Wallace. Employment will be fur nished for hundreds. The mine has been shut down three yean. Heading the list of re opening mines in Montana are the Emma and Orphan Girl in Butte, Anaconda Copper Mining company propcJrtff», likewise ex pected to provide employ ment for hundreds of men. Bruno Petsch CONSULTING GEOLOGIST Magnetometer Surveying Wentworth, South Dakota Preliminary work on the chrome deposits near Bed Lodge began last week, ac cording to the Bed Lodge News. A survey of the claim« m to Information Regarding Preorganizati New Deal, SnnborstJOil & Refining Co. Properties Now Under Receivership on 61 QUESTIONS: 1, 2, 8 and 4. asked by J. P. Pryor, ' zm Alvarado St., Monterey, California, «s follow«. QUESTION: 1. Is the Receiver in any way connected with the former management of the 8. O. & B. Co., principal stockholders, either by butines» otherwise? or Its connection or ANSWER : No. QUESTION: 2. Was the Receiver formerly employ««] by the former management, or by any of the principal stockholders? ANSWER No. QUESTION ; y . Has the Receiver taken any steps to attempt to require the former manage«« of the Ckwnpany to make restitution for wrecking same? .. . ^ „ No. for the reason the Court Order which the Receiver was appointed under did not au thorise him to take any steps in checkin# what the former management did. Should the stockholders , creditors desire such information it is their duty ANSWER; and to C J WC £ records at their own expense, and act on the findings, the Receiver will furnish all records Under his care to any stockholder or creditor who cares to come to the office and examine same. QUESTION: 4.What is to prevent the same bunch of from getting control of the now Company, after ^-organisation, and wrecking that also? I am informed that, whereas other operators in the *•••*• same vicinity have made hundreds of thousands of dollars for their inter** holders, the management of the 8. O. A R. Co., has wrecked the same, leaving the stockholders penniless! ANSWER: r ag onx , Paragraph 16, and 46, of my letter fit May- 24th, 1933, I endeavored to make it aa fair as I could, as it makes each stockholder and creditor the appraiser of the interest held by him so that the old stockholders who hold 61 percent could not con trol the Membership Certificat», Also paragraph 6. of the Membership Certificate give the Membership Holders the right to select the Director* for the new Company. I know of nothing eiae that can go beyond this for the protection of the Membership Holders 62 QUESTION: Do the owner» of royalty inter**« loge title to their royalty under the new deal? Western Sécurité Oo., Vaneoucer, B. C. ANSWER; No. it is not the price paid for the royalty interest that the Company owes, it ia the un paid royalty due the royalty owner, and R ia this, un debt dne the royalty owners that will be apprais ed oy the owner, and the appraised cash value paid in for Memberships in which the subscriber will receive double the cash subscribed in Memb erships paid 53 QUESTION: If I do not subscribe for Memberships In the New Deal, will all of the securities I hold Stevenson Companie» become worthless? ANSWER: In the Your Securities are worthless at the present time under the present status of the Receiver ship as set forth in Paragraphs 1 and 2. of my letter of May 24th. We are only endeavoryjg to give you a gambling chance in the development of the poten tial Assets as outlined in m(y letter and paragraph 16 and 46, which will help yon to understand how to ap praise the amount you wish to subscribe in cash for Memberships. m 54 QUESTION: "I am broke and do?" from John Podbielancik, Fertile, B. O. who no work what can I , _ he would be the first to back the new deal up If he M plenty of money. ANSWER: The new deal was worked out so sub scriber* could take as little as $1.00 or as much more a* they themselves wished to appraise their old inter est at and subscribe in cash, and I feel that this meth od will not leave any one out if they make any effort at all J 66 QUESTION: In regarda New Company your propo sition, what will I have to do to bold my present Intent? or «dit wjll my present interet in «. O. A R, Oo„ «—***« me to In New Oo? How much money will I have to dig up to stay in? 1 did not receive a notion from Tom, my brother did and be Is also In the DAM as to what or how to take advantage. If you we can gt It through our thick hand«, we will s—Ry appreciate It! O. E. Matson, P. O. Box 400, Botter» Ferry. TA^I_ ANSWER: In paragraph 16 and 46, of my loiter of May 34th, I endeavored to Mt forth a« plainly as I could that each stockholder and creditor of any of the Stevenson Compara», could apurais« the value of or credit claim and the valae which the owner placed on hh «took or credit their own stock ft he could In cash for would récrire double the in berehip*. Bead paregmph 16 and 46 carefully bo made and a crew of ton will go to work cleaning ap entries and crone cote already •terted "by Prospector M- B. Martin. Those will be preliminary op erations to the building of an ore transportation system from the plateau to the bottom of the canyon, says Andy Ryan, la charge of the work. From (ha claim«, which lie at altitudes of 10,000 feet and more, the ore 4s to be brought down the canyon side by a cable tramway. Ore bins are to be built near (he highway In the bottom of Rocky canyon on a placer claim, secured for a loading station.