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WILL CHROME REPEATCOPPER HISTORY?
- Stirring Day s of Butte HUI Recalled as Ferro Chrome Industry Starts HE stirring days when such famous personages as Heinze, W. A. Clark, Marcus Daly, George Hurst and other Montana millionaires "got their start" in the copper mining industry are recalled with the beginning of the ferro chrome industry in Montana, which industry may rival the gigantic copper industry in to come. T* Adult Montanans can days when Manou» Daly bought the mining claims of Ed Hickey on Butte Hill for 130,000. thereby providing the assets for an organ ization which has made millions rallions tor not only auch Haggln, recall upon famous Rothchtld sad Hurst but for many others. The ferro chrome industry is of recent origin and 10 years ago none tbonght of Its value to Montana. A prospector named M. B .Martin is Ed Hickey'' of the chrome In dustry. Martin traded his chrome claims In the Beartooth mountains for some stock In a corporation. That corporation Is headed by a who eight years ego con personage» the group celved the possibilities ot ferro chrome. Dr. Lewis W. Allard, an ortho pedic physician of Billings, among those. He 1» now president of Montana Chrome, Inc. H. B. Blair, vice president. Is an automobile dealer In Llrlnggton and of the leading bnainess men of H one Park county. C. B. O'Keefe, secretory, was formerly In the theater business in Billings and went into the chrome company about ehe year ago. A. A. Nichols, treasurer, is head of the Billings Electric Supply com pany. E. B. Huherd, Livingston, is en gineer of Montana chrome, and has been Identified with the develop ment for more than eight years. A. T. Petereon, superintendent of schools at Blltlngs; D. P. Bates, Livingston, secretary of the Living ston Charles Cotter, Townsend, former securities commissioner of Mon tana: J. A. Charbonneau. Billings, formerly In the automobile business ; and Tho«. L. Huxley of Lewistown who was born In Leadvllie and whose life has been gpent In con tact with the mining industry, are the directors. of Commerce, Chamber STOCK MARKET UNDER SUPERVISION OF DENVER OFFICE Washington, Stock market trans act ions in Montan« will bo Sup through an office to be established in Denver, according to a plan announced by the secur ities aad exchange commission to night. In an effort to Insure rigid control of the federal stock mark _regulating program and to facil itate administration of the secur ities act of 1933 and the securities exchange act of 1934, the commis sion will divide the country Into seven sones, with branch offices In a key city of each zone. The Denver office will be head quarters tor a zone Including Mon tana, Idaho, Utah Wyoming, Colo rado, Now Mexico and Nebraska. PERMITS ISSUED Henry J. Saw tell of Miles City has received a permit to prospect on 890 acre*. R. 31B, in the Bowdoln Twp. 82N, R. 31E, In the Bowdoln gas area, through the Great Falla land office. Daniel P. Lowery of Butte se cured a permit on 680 acres nepr Raderebnrg, south of Helena, In Twp. 6N, Rg. IB._ FIREPROOF Leggat Hotel BUTTE, MONTANA Alex Leggat, Prep. Rates $1 AO ap GEOLOGISTS MINING MEN WELCOME CHBHhOOttMHSSWGGCHyHMHOHOHMHCHCNBNOHSHCHMHOHMHSHMHOHMHCHMHMHMHXfNtHSNSHOHMfe Milling and Milling Machinery And Supplies ors D rill s Flip s OaUe, Palters, Orta Start, Carried to Stock Holst», Hall-Parry Machinery Company $1$ Must tea Street JÉUiHDH* iLWi »<n > iN»S <M9>«»<MWBBWRRMRi»B wnH i i i m nnininn $ $i the® OMIS ROYALTY ON GOLD GREEK DREDGE LANDS Gold Creek Mining Company hat moved Its main office froan Butte to Deer Lodge where offices have been established by C. A. Jlllson, secretary-treasurer, Lodge Bank * Truat Co. building. The move was formally authorised at the annual meeting of stock holders of the company, held in Butte. Gold Creek Mining Oompanp Is the owner of property on which the old mlnelng town of Pioneer was lo cated by the placer gold miner« in the early sixties and upon which today the Pioneer Placer Dredging Company is operating a nine cable foot bucket dredge, the largest gold dredge now operating outside of California In the United States. The Pioneer Placer Dredging Company Is operating the placer properties of the Gold Creek Mining Company under lease from which the Gold Creek Mining Company is receiving royalties based on yard age value of the property. This arrangement Is proving quite profit able and a recent financial state issued by the company's in the Deer ment _■ . __ officers to the stockholders shows that the value of the gold content In the ground dredged Is raclf that the Gold Creek Mining Company is deriving a goodly profit with every Indication that it can he maintained for a number of years, with pros pecta of the results continuing to improve with the years. The officers of Gold Creek Mining Company are: H. J. Zlemann, of Milwaukee, Win., president; C. A. Jlllson, of Deer Lodge, secretary treasurer. BIRDSEYE MINING GO. Birdseye Mining company will hold its annual stockholders' meet ing on December 4, at Whltefish, according to announcement of Mae Tucker, secretary. WINNETKA SHIPS OAR Virginia City—G. Harold Gohn has shipped a car of ore from the Winnetka mine to the Washoe smelter at Anaconda. A transportation company In India is experimenting with dry Ice, or solid dioxide, as an agent for cooling airplaneg. If satisfac tory results are obtained, planes traveling acrogs India will be air cooled in the future. SEND A CONTRIBUTION TO THE SUNBURST BADGER COVERS THE WEST LIKE THB RAIN! ROOKY MOUNTAIN MAGAZINE MSNS ftif. COLORADO SIS G A. DENVER. MARTHA HOTEL HHLKNA, MONTANA Rtesty McDonald, Ask Here About Location Of Properties g -- m , , ■ —- : ■ : to JSELj E 5TABI PUI President Is Gratified by Mining Men's Acclaim At a meeting of the Mining Association of Montana held in Butte on November 3, a resolution was adopted commending Presi dent Boosevelt for stimulating the production of gold and increas ing employment. The resolution, signed by Carl J. Tranermann, president; Harry C. Baeom, vice president and P, C. Gilbert, secretary of the association was wired to the president at Hyde Park. In reply, a letter was addressed from the White House to the president of the Montana organization, as follows: The President has asked me to acknowledge the receipt of the telegram of November third which yon, Mr. Bacorn and Mr. Gilbert sent him at Hyde Park on behalf of the Mining Association of Montana. He wants all of yon to know how gratified he is by your approval of the Administration's course. Your interest in wiring him is also deeply appreciated.'' Very sincerely yours, (Signed) LOUIS M. H. HOWE, Secretary to the President. t i PAN GOLD FOR _ ._ Thomas B. Smith, geologist, who Is urging that unemployed men be given Jobs panning gold from the Yellowstone river, supervised five men aa they panned 36.73 worth of gold in two hours near Mile» City. In addition, they recovered some black sand which will be smelted. Montana's agricultural produc tion in 1984 U estimated at |66, 017,000, which Is the best yer since 1930. G00DALL BROS. HELENA, MONT. ASSATESfi — MININQ ENGINEERS General Assaying — Spécialistes to checking ore shipments at " Helena—Anaconda—Great Falls. NO SAMPLE RUN FOB LESS THAN ONE ($1) DOLLAR Hand samples gold $1.00. Gold-80 ver $1.00. Lead $1.00 Silver $1.00 Copper $1.00 LICENSED SOLD BUYERS raw. ROACH JNG. 8. ROACH Lewis & Walker t * A8SAYER8 —CHEMISTS Shippers Repräsentativ«« 10 NORTH WYOMING BUTTE, MONTANA PHONE 3982 P. O. DRAWER 1080 GOOGtiHMWH9HCHSGGOfiHBH9HM$H9HJaGCHMHCMHCHOHCHCHOHMHCHCH3H9H8CHOHSHCHMH!H9H(H3HMHCi Mining Stocks WS OFFER SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE ALL OR ANY PART 200 Montana Chrome. 400 Josephine Gold. 550 Channel Gold... 500 Montana Consolidated. ® $50 @ 55c @ 60c @ 50c BONDS HUGHES E COMPANY «EAT FALLS, MONTANA 9 THIRD ST. NORTH QQMHCKHSHQOGQlMHMVOQfiHCHKHyQGqNSHBQQfiHMWHKHOHCKHOHCHMKHMHOHQHOHOHMHBHBi OIL WELL & MINE SUPPLIES New and Reconditioned mfrrr W $nd ««* ag on steel rig*, belting, bodera. for any fill yowr' requirements «I ftjdf tasks, pipe, wits and We pay mm pumps and all American Pipe and Supply Co. NJ1p FG : *>i amuxm> n In the first ten months of this year more than twice as much gold was shipped to the Denver mint as in the entire year 19*3. The total ts 1,049,403 ounces. lllil I fROM SOUP BILLY GRILLS Gerald Cafe CORDIAL SERVICE BEST QUALITY FOODS GREAT FALLS, MONTANA #1 TO NUTS, ERDMANN RETURNS EAST C. E .Erdmann of the D. 8. G. 8., did some additional work In the 8weetgraaa Hills area before leav ing for Wyoming and Denver, Mr. Erdmann was engaged this rammer In flood control surveys In Flat head valley. Eight parties of U. 8. G. 8. engineers were engaged in the Flathead survey. Including the Hungry Horse site. Bad Hock Can yon and a third location on North Fork of Flathead river. OPPORTUNITIES Herein are listed of the best bargains to be f today to Montana's OB Fields and Mining Districts. In tkts 0Oi MINING WANTED—C«KD ASSAY EQUIPMUMT, ■tost fee erription of » loanable Give detailed dee apparatus. Mating condition rite Box vm Montana Oil capacity, W and Mining Journal with per tea, aad the min* is equipped everything bat eompreesor aad heist give half Interest for small financing to development. Box 16S7, I Mining Journal. enable further Montana Oil aad TTHK MINK SALES AND LEASING AGENCY Bxamlsattons and Reports Conveyancing I and Silver Mines and Prospecta Bank Building Pony, Montana Montana Gold U-lT-a Have n*4 mining property with RM.6S0 tone ot tailings that wifi run IS per to« and 48,000 teas ot ore ia one abaft worth 8U 1 b gold alone. Actual ehlpmoata from jfTto .946 ounce* of gold . Mill ■rill to 14.8 oaoeee of silver for itself in ore now in eight and profita beeidet. WIR make fortune for man who will famish finances for mill. Write "J. A. D." ears Montana OR A Mining Js armai. Great Falls. Meat. ' WANT CAPITAL FOB DEED UK GROUND development. Property ia tested and shows consistently high valaes. Have shovel equipment on property, hnt -= unable to attain necessary depth. Write Box 1070, Montana OU and Mining Journal. PLACEE, runs over fSOc Good acreage. Investigate 1084, Montana OU and Mining Journal. per Tard Write Box FINANCING WANTED to carry ea further development work on large copper mine. Will send samples of average ore. Thin property is ready for engineers examination. Box 1071. Montana Oil sod Mining Jenranl. NEW GOLD IS WORTH GETTING W* otter Information, local maps and date on present and past producers of Montana millions.. THE MINE SALES * LEASING AOENOV Bank Building Pony, Montent Want financing for part interest in eight lealms or will sell outright, ora body is about 14 feet and raus about 812.00 In gold and there are several smaller ones. White "L. A. P." of Montana OU and Mining Journal. One SEND A CONTRIBUTION TO THB SUNBURST BADGER ANACONDA Copper Purchasers of Gold. Silver and Copper Ores and Concen trates. h Address WASHOE SAMPLER h C. M. Company A Batte, Montano pi -, U. S. & S. AIDS NEVADA The geology of exteafflve «la* workings Id the *Uver ts4 gold mining district at Tonopah, in Nye and Esmeralda counties, Ner. Is shown In four sets of maps pro pared by the U. 8. Q. 8. These maps are hollered to jvrovide a basis lor the intelligent prosecution of a search for new ore bodies and are for at the Neruda State Bureau of Mines and the Mackey School of Mines at Reao, Nerada. SUSPEND PLACER TEST Libby—Work of for placer gold on Libby Creek has been suspended for the winter. D. N. Spencer and S. M. Qebo of Seattle have been doing the test ing and expect to return in the spring. If satisfactory vaines are found they expect to modern *de cer machines to wash the gravel. OIL CONTOUR maps ot Whittosh, Bears P»n. Flat Coulee, PlnJkern, Reserve. Utopia and Grandview, 10c a Snpjpiy Department, Montana Journal. Great Falla, Montana. Xi TOWNSHIP PLATS: 4-twp., island twp., «Ingle twp., 9 section, OB Sty s 11 toper, 80c per dos. Pour tewuablp i twelve township plats en 14xlT paper. Sc each. Write Journal, Great Falla. BLBCTKIC LIGHT AND POWBH PLANTS GASOLIN*, master and WATCH POWCC K. JT. BATUEV, Box 4M Great Palle Mentone OPERATORS and geologiats may avail themselves of the use of the Montana Oil and Mining Journal's geological library, which has the largest collec tion extant of U. & O. 8., State and private reports on Montane oU and mining geology. Since many of these reports are out of print, copies will be furnished of reports, together with •tops, on a moderate folio charge, through the Supply Department, Mob 1 tone OU and Mining Journal, Pinet National Bank Bldg., Great Falls, Montana. Geological reports copied eograpbed—maps reproduced. Box 800. Montana Oil A Mining Journal, Great Falle, Montana CONTOUR MAP—Cot Bank field, by O. G. Howard, showing all wells drill ed and latent subsurface data, Supply Department, Montana OU aud Mining Journal. or SWKB'PGRASS ARCH topography, all well of ite kind ever prepared. By R. B. Him rick, Supply Department Montana OU and Mining Journal. MAP—Onto«» locations. Finest 1 a 15 ? P Wesrigbonee Electric Meter. Complete with Inch abaft, belt and power switches Half price. Nepstad, Vanderpaa, Montgomery, Bex 81 fertig. XÏ-1- w. SMALL rate by Cfens. r. Jseksns »4 John B. Knaebel, « booklet mining districts in Make, minerals anectatod with piac er gold, the different methods ef mining placer gold mad how te construct the proper equipment awaF 80 c per Montana Sunburnt field showing all walls drilled to date. Paper DC. tones 87 JK). "-■- ~---- -' — Oil A Three ell royalty unite to the Kevin -Santo u rat Field. Address: Bex 1 Hstehkha,