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MARKETS, MINING AND METALS
ELI DISTRICT IS III SPLENDID POSITION U.\s TilK SFI’I’OHT OF \ filCKAT KOl.LOW l\G Ol- IWKSIOItS TllltOI GIIOI T THK 4 'Ol \THY— 4.KVKItAI, IIAKKKT I’M KS I I'. The outlook Ik decidedly better in the stock and the metal markets tit the beginning of the week. There are numerous prophesies in the east of Immediate opening of a strong boom market and expectation is en tertained that it will develop rap id I > A gentleman just returned front the eust, who had opportunity to get In touch with what the big brokerage houses were doing, slates that there has been plenty of quiet trading and lining tip for brisk times. Money lias been coining in without halt front small traders all over the country and the situation, particularly for the coppers, looks exceedingly good There Is a great deal of interest in the Kly district and such moves as may come on the laiard with regard to its principal stocks will lie eagerly takeu hold of and pushed by a great following of both big and little In vestors in all parts of the country. No camp stands in better position In this reaped at the present time. Hid. Asked Nevada Con.I ft . ST V* 13. 60 Cumli. Kly. k.37*4 *. T,n Giroux Con. 6.87*4 6.50 Kly Central.62 .75 Kly Con. .15 Silver.50% Copper .14% l*<ad . 4.12*4 Money, 3% per cent. IIINFOHII A III l.sK I,KIT Fit. The market was much stronger to day. The dividend disbursements are being reinvested in stocks and Isolds A scramble to get aboard was caused by tin upward movement In the stnndard rails Better report on the metal market also caused an advance in the leading coppers. Lo ral coppers were active and in de mand They closed two and three points above Saturdays closing. \Vo expect a good strong market and higher prices for all stocks this week lol’l’lll AMI .si IA Fit \IU \\< K NKW YORK. Jan I Lead. firm. 4 IC !fr 4 2- c; copper, firm. It :!-7 *u 4/ 14%c; silver. 50%i W'HKAT M llth KT. CHICAGO Jan I Mas wheat closed at $ t .OS % . A I,I’ll \ SH AFT W \ I'Kit. Owing to a reoccurrence of water in the Alpha shaft, the men work ing on the 1,200 level have been laid off for a few shifts The water Is being rapidly lowered. 1 1 • ••••••••••••••a ; • • • Sill I l\KVSTONK • • I>1(1 l.l,S DOW \ • • The Coppermiln-s Co. hits shnl • • down ihe Keystone drills on its • • properties and will not -tart • • them up agiiin until In (he • • spring. Cold weather makes • • operation of the drills slow and • • it is for tills reason that they • • are out of commission tempo- • l« rarity. The vigorous develop- • • meni that has lieen in progress • 1 • for some months in the tinder- • • ground workings of the Copper- • • mines will continue without • • halt. It is stated that results • • attending all the work are of • • very highly satisfactory kind • • • • ••••••••••••••a MM IKING l-Olt INSTIGATION. Now Turk Grokcis Wire to District for stock ol New t.iiiiii-Tlinnip Miti Enterprise. The brokerage tirm of I tin ford k Dulse received three telegrams from New York correspondents yesterday asking if any Inspiration Copper Co. stock could lie purchased in Ely. Mr. Dulse wired back that as far as he knew, there was none of the stock in the district. The Inspira tion Co. is the property the control of which was recently purchased hy VV. It. Thompson and George E. Gunn in the Globe, Arizona, district, adjoin ing t lie .Miami and other prominent Globe ground Very little if any of tills stock lias come onto the market, but the de mand which has come about for it In the east, as evidenced by the in quiries received here yesterday and by reports which have been appear ing in eastern financial papers make it evident that the Inspiration can be * expected to loom prominently on t In stock market horizon hetor* long KX \>11 X I X<. I III. ClIKM X. I’rniiiiiiciil Mining hlngince r Will Itc iiiniii in llii- District for Some Time. It. M Atwater. .Ij'.. wlm arrived ill Bast Bly last Wednesday night, with the Olrntix party, experts to remain III the ills! riel for several Weeks. While here lie will make a thorough examination of the Giroux property Mi. Atwater is a mltii.i" man ol nint h proniim m e. having liei n em plliveil as engineer hv some of me largest mining interests In the I'nited States and Kuropi Among them are the National City hank of New York, .lames Speyer A- Co.. \tunI gamated Metal Co. of New York and the Itotlisi hild s Bxploratinn Co , Ltd Till.licit 11*11 mtllT-S. Lahor union officers at Chleago ex pert hereafter to dismiss tlifTcrmiees with employers hv minding them at liinrh or dinner. In an attempt to save his two chil ilreii. William MeKay was fatally in jured at Ketroit. dropping feet from the loirniug tliird story of his home. CAVE VALLEY OIL EXCITEMENT IS ON JAMKH PKAItCK I.KAVKS loll < AMIOlt.M \ TO si:< I hi: HKILI. INI. (HI I ITS \\l» INTKItKST oil oi'Kia rnits u i i ll him. For some time there hits been hni**t gathering in of lands tarrying oil foriiiHfbiu in the Cave vallt-v coun try. with result that it lias developed in the last few days that an area lias been located which will make a very large field if the promises which it carries on the surface are realized. Among others who nave lately ta ken lunch Interest in the field is James A Pearce, of New York, a liirgt owner of property in the Kly district. Mr. Pearce went to the field about (lie middle of last month and upon making examination of rep resentations which he had received sent out for surveyors, who have just completed the work of staking much ground on the formation. A number of others are also located, among these being James Oreary and Sol. Snyder of Kly. who are prospect ing for seepage on ground they have taken up. Mr. Pearce was reported itt word received front the district List night to have left for Los Angeles for the purpose of at once associating with | himself operators in the California lields and arranging for the shipping I In of drilling outfits with which to commence thorough exploitation of the field. He is exported back Within I the next few weeks STMT THEIR NEW BODIES (Conllutied from page one. i In Noveinlu-r were fotiuullx iuaugii rated at noon today. The oath of office was administered hy Chief .1 ns ihe McCarty. IIKLKXA. Mont., Jan. I. State of lii'ials were inaugurated todaj and the l 1th legislature convened and or ganized liv the election of \V \V. Me Cowell, of ilntte. ns speaker of the house and Thomas Kwerett, ol Har lem, as president pro tern, of tie- sen ate. The house Is Democratic and flic senate Itepu Mil an Governor Harris will deliver his inaugural address to the joint assembly tomorrow i-ACHA Mk.\ l'<>. Cal.. Tan I. That I’lsited Slates Senator George C. I’erkins will lie re-elected hy the Cal ifornia state legislature, which con venes tomorrow, is considered prac tical!) certain hy t In* niemliers of lioth houses who have alrettd) arrived at the state capitol. While the Dem ocrats increased their membership somewhat in llie November election i and in their opposition to Perkins will lie supported hy a few independ ent Hepuhlicans, the regular llepuh lican forces have an overaoffwn Itcen organization forces have an EAST ELY, NEVADA Invites the consideration of all who may wish thoroughly good real estate or business invest ments in a city served with excellent water, electric light and power, telegraph, telephone and all other modern conveniences, including the best hotel between Denver and San Francisco. East Ely is so situated that it is the pres ent terminal of railroad lines operating in the Ely mining district and must be the terminal of other lines which will be built in future to southern and western connections. At the present time above 40 trains, including main line passenger, suburban passenger, ore trains and main line freight trains arrive and de part daily from the East Ely yards. VISIT EAST El Y OR WRITE TO THE ELY TOWNSITE CO. East Ely, Nevada, for further information. overwhelming majority in both branches of the legislature. The effort that will be made by the legislature to wipe out the race iracks in California( so far as book making and pool soiling is concerned, looms up oti the horizon as the bitter est and hardest tight of the session. Moth anti-gambling forces and the friends of the "Sport of Kings" are early on the ground, lobbying for and against the proposed measures. Among the more important legisla tion this session will be the enact ment of it direct primary law as au thorized by the recent general elec tions; the passing of several bank ing measures, providing f<vr a safer and (tetter hanking system In the state. FRIGHTFUL END OF EDWARD BARRETT (Continued from page one. I ination. The verdict attaches no blante for the accident. It is as fol lows; "Smelter. Nov.. Jan. 4. 1110it. "We, the coroner's jury, impan tieled to investigate the circum stances connected with tin* death of Kdward Barrett, find that the de ceased came to his death by accident, at the concentrator of the Step toe Valiev Smelting A.- Mining Co., while iit work iu a Huntington mill, and we also tind that the deceased was about 2.i years of age, and a resi dent of either Butte, Mont., or Oreat Falls. Mont. Signed: W. C. Brad ley. 7. It. Bradley, O. \V. Beardslee, W. M. Phillips. Con. Price and Hay Kesler." Telegrams were sent last night to Butte and Great Falls by the cor oner in endeavor to locate relatives nf Barrett. Reply is expected today. Betters found among his possessions number one which is believed to lie from a brother and which would in-, dirate the home of the unfortunate man to have been in Great Falls. ■II ST TO MARK SlltK. ( Philippine Gossip.. An old farmer who by hard work and thrifty habits had got together a small fortune, decided that the time had at length arrived when he was justified in ordering a family carriage. He went to a carriage builder and described in detal the kind of vehicle lie wished to buy. "Now. I suppose you want rubber tires?" said the carriage builder. "No, sir." replied the old farmer, iu tones of resentment. "My folks ain't that kind. When they're rid ing they want to know it." I III: BIGHT THAT PAII,KB. . i Argonaut. i A dear old country gentleman and his wile paid a visit to the seaside. While the simple pair were walking on the beach one evening they sud denly notio-d the revolving light of a lightship. The old lady gazed at it with open eyes for some minutes, then she turned to her husband with a puzzled look "Well, she exclaimed, "if the man in that ship hasn't lit that light this forty times and it lias gone out every time'" THE WHITE PINE NEWS Published by the WHITE PINE NEWS PI RUSHING COMPANY. Ohio > Hu t Ely and Ely, Nevada. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On*- year (by carrier).$10.00 One month (by carrier) ... 1.00 .Single copies . .05 ! Entered as second-class matt r November 24. 1908, at the postofQce it East Ely, Nevada, under the act of i congress of March 3, 1879. • WANTED SITUATION HY A I competent oftice man, also experienced gracerv clerk. Address II E. Unless!*,, Ely hotel. 3-3t-p<l LOST HARK HAY HORSE; , reached main, about 7 years old. Q brand on left hind hip. Return , to Idaho barn and receive $15 re-1 I ward. 31-tf ( — N. N. HY. mill TA11LK. Effective si pt. ITl!:. DIOS. » Daily exre)it Sunday, leave Ely City northbound 7:35 a. m Daily except Sunday leave Cabre southbound 1:30 p. m DAILY Si!Ill KHAN I RAINS. 1.1 AYE ELY CITY 1 OH ELY. ) \. M 12:25, C:25, S:25, 10:40, 11:56. P. M — 1:10, 2:25, 4:20, 4:55 4 30, 7:30, 8:00, 9:00, 10:20. LEAVE ELY FOR ELY CITY. A M.—12:35, 6:35, 8:35, 10:50. P M.—12:05, 1:20, 2:35. 4:30, 5:05. 6:40, 7:40, 8:10. 9:10, 10:30 sVIl l.TF.R TRAINS. A M. P.M. P.M. I' M Lv. Ely. 6:35 2:35 5:05 1 0:30 Lv. Ely. City.. 6:40 2:4n 5:10 10:35 | Ar. McGill ..7:15 3:15 5:45 11:15 ■ Lv. McGill ..7:50 3:45 5:55 11:45 A.M. Ar. Ely City..8:25 4:20 6:30 12:26 Ar. Ely. 8:30 4:25 6 35 12:30 MINK TRAINS. Leave Ely Oltv— 6:45 a.m. 11:20 a.m. 4:35 p in. Returning leave Mines— 7:25 a m. 1:20 p.m 5:30 p m. ATTORNEYS. , J M LOCKHART. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Offices Cohen £ Bergman Building Ely, Nevada Office phone No. 81. Residence ini’. Y QHANDLER ft QUAYLE LAWYER* Richardson Building. Murry Ptreet. ELY, NEVADA PHYSICIANS. C' L WALLACE, M D. I’HYAICIAN AND *1 IIUEON Office Hours—» to 12; 2 to I; 7 to 8 Office Rooms 20 & 21 Northern Hotel. PHOTOGRAPHERS. 1). GALLAGHER, PHOTOGRAPHER. Phone 181 7. C. 1). Gallagher, Murry street, 2 blocks south of Northern Hotel PURVEYING. ASSAYING. i ^SSAYINO AND ANALYSIS St HVEY1NU I. A. MINERAL SlItVEYOH ED. MI LI \RD £ SON ELY.NEVADA DENTISTS. J^R W M WADLEIGH DENTIST Over Clark Drug Store. Aultman St. ELY - - NEVADA DR R L. MAGOON DENTIST Rlere Building Over Y'eteran XY - - ,'EVADA J^EVHN, BROWN £ CO INDRHTAKEHA Pheby Building. Aultman St. ELY.NEVADA ELY REPAIR 8 SHOEING SHOP II. W. BOWER A SON. Props. Wagon and Carriage Repairing a Specialty Ely Lodge No.29, F.&A.M Meet* second mid Inst Saturda) nights of each inuiith at Ely Hall. C. A. WALKER, W. >1. W. C. GAL!-AG HER, Secretary. THIN MODEL WATCHES HOWAItllS, WALTI1AMS AM* KIXilNS. Prices on these watches are set by the “FACTORY.” We sell at factory prices. Call and see them. W.H. BISHOP Northern Hotel Building. IF you are looking for Trunks and SuitCases call on Wade & Co. who just received a car load of them THE NEVADA MEAT CO. Keep Constantly on Hand a Com plete Line of Choice FRESM AND SALTED MEATS Magnuson Block. Murray Street «lsh and Game in Season. Phone Your Order—Main 49 STEPTOK HOTEL HAHIIEK SHOP. The Little Shop With the Big Service. A. E. Miller, Proprietor. Business Hour*.. Saturday, 8 a. m. to 10 p. nt. Sundays and holidays. 8 a nt. to 12 in. Other days, 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.. except Tuesdays and Fridays at. hospital from 2 p. m. to 4 n. m. BECKER BREWING AND MALTING CO. 04!HEX, UTAH THE I AVOIIITE HULK THROUGH OUT THE WEST. THE MAItKS-TALIIOTT CO., Ag.. VIEW IN EAST ELY RESIDENT SECTION. EAST E|LY BUSINESS DIRECTORY ELY TOWNSITE COMPANY. Krai Eat at r, l.oaaa null InanrHUor. Orarrnl tlflicra Car. V aatl llth. i I'hoar Mulu 311. ELY <TTY PLUMH1NG All lilada of I'lunililOK Promptly lloar. Plrat-rlaaa Work Oiinraatrril. I'hoar 47-K. ELY WATER COMPANY. OtHcea Ely Towaallr t o. Cnrart Atraur C and lllh Strrrl. I'hoar Mala 31*. KEENAN’S WHOLESALE anti RETAIL LIQUOR HOUSE. A*t. S. I.. C. t o. BDtl a. Iiitatrr’a tlrrr and Mall aad Hop Pood. I'hoar 5T-I. ANTLER RAIL Hral Eaulpprd liar la irrada lat Dour South of llrpol. ANTLER CAFE. W. II. Ilrrd. Prop. Krur of Aallrr liar. Plrat-rlaaa Shot t'rdrr Mrala. RANK OF ELY. (Inc.) Caplltrl. VtolMHM*t Surpliia. •».*>.OOO Mifrly Hrpoalt lloitra. Carart II and lllh. I’hoar 47-Y. ELY LIGHT X POWER COMPANY. Elrrtrlrlty for KarrylhlDR. oilier Ely Towaallr llldK I'hoar Mala til*. MITCHELL .V MILFORD. At lor ary a-at-l.aw. l.iiaa-TliompaoB II Ida Cnrarr II and lllh. I'hoar 110-K .1. I*. IU*MUAU<;if. ll\|»rrM nu«l 'I'm ** f e r rl uk. I, ra«f Order* ttf Auller liar. I*t Hour >o. of llepol. J. K. A II. K. Sl MiaVKN. , contractors ana builders. , Phone 111-i. STHPTOE DRUG CO. Uraii» anil Sundries, itlnay. Complete nnri I'reah Murk, loratr Ik nml 11th. I'boae IIS-V. U LMER and IVES. - j Flrat r.aiahllahril—l.endera In Itn.laeaa. taml. Ely City Cola. I’boae 1 III Y. ROOMS AT IVES HOUSE. Comfortable anil lieaaoaahle. Fulmer A Ilea lllot-k. lal llulldlaK South of Depot. THE STEPTOE HOTEL. Fraaela Klein, M*r. Flnrat Hotel In Knatrru >e*ada. Cor. E an.I lltli. I'hone 47-/. TROY LAUNDRY CO. ■ — - ; The Only Steam Laundry 1q Eastern Nevada. first i la»a «»f Work. I’lnme IS-K. J. C. WHEELER. Produee, Hny nail tlrnln. I......I stoek Alwnya o* Hand. Phone St-K. W HITE II\E JEW S. Dn'ly and W#rfy Issues Main 0«c*l? City. Phone 116 •*» Main 64.