f FTR1 HOME OF THE WORLD'S LARGEST DEVOTED TO THE QREAT TINTIO MININO DISTRICT EUREKA. JUAB CPU NTY. UTAIl. THURSgAY. VOLUME XXXIV Tintic Gold Mining Company To Resume Development. ! i Director of tlio Tlutie Cold Million property, which in located In the Mammoth area, were here the other The fair labor atandarda act will day on an inspection trip. They were not halt operationa of leititluiute K. E. Hoffman, preaident and maua metal mining leasees, Wealey O. Aah, 'ger; P. A. Mattingly, vice preaident: weatern regional representative of and C. W. Jenkins, the wage and hour division, depart- - The declalon was made during ment of labor, said the other day on thia Inspection trip to resume debts visit to this state. velopment operations In the near The official, who maintains San future. It Is the company's intention to Francisco headquarters, conferred with Alton Ilartle, Utah representa- - complete development work on one live of the wage and hour division, of the levels as recommended by J. to and William M. Knerr, chairman of J. Besson, company geologist, the Utah state Industrial commission, reach the main objective believed Also with James F. King of Washing- - to be more than 12S feet ahead, This objective is the intersect inn ton, D. C., assistant administrator of of an fissure with the N S the division. "I am here chiefly fer rorferences east limit fault, similar tg inler-wit-h Mr. Ilartle and also to work sections in the adjoining Blue Buck out methods of continuing coopera- - mine which have formed large ore tion with Mr. Knerr's department, bodies. We also have been The officers also declared that the Mr. Ash said. discussing plans for quickening the company would also repair the but this' shaft below the (00 foot level to en-- h tempo of enforcement cblo workmen to investigate the not a punitive expedition. With reference to metal mining presence of lead and silver ore, Mr.- Aah said his office later covered in early days on the property on will issue a statement containing but not mined because of the low "more examples of types of opera- - price. tion and practices in those types of operations we think are both within Jos. Wirfhlin Celebrates 50th a S' I east-we- st .... . din-lens- es, 4 Year In Business Here. jSSSig If a lease agreement reserves su- pervlslon and control of mining op- for the lessor, tt is not a bona fide lease and the lessor is in fact responsible for payment of wages and overtime as provided for Mr. ,b explaining In I. ferine to 'the recent clarification of the atatua of lesseea by colonel rhil- Up Fleming, administrator of the do- partment. On the other hand, if the lessee ret Lins all control over the mining operations under a bona fide lease of the property, the lessor will not be held responsible for compliance with the wage hour law in those op- erst ions. In that ease the lessee will V-"- brated rrtb n unlp,M ,he "en waa MniverMry was Eun,ka Ia Sutard.jr cele-eratlo- ns bUt bWF ' Mea Kureka and Produce company. Bpte of h,a idiftp jaeph droY 0B from Uke w,rlb,,n . ad d urdajr Eureka et. td h park- - I",6""1 front of h,a buslneM Mbibment ber Scores of friends chatted ?b neW,a?d old and b ?? !he War Not Bostering Price Of Red Metal. The New York metal report fur the past week stated that copper and lead were quoted at the lowest price since the start of the war in a brosil downward move among important iba tbe people of Eureka received tbe word ,ast Thursday evening that Industrial raw materials, The remoK vss simple, metal dealh bad co,n to 1Iurry Kdmund d 85 , ad a prom-fedealors said: Too much metal, too McCla,n- resident of this city for the jlnent buyen. years, Full weight of the national ded,ed al b,a bom In Ihis city fence program has yet to be felt In' metal markets. Topping that, were ater a kr,f Illness and death was the blockades of Europe.. The cop- - tbe re,ult of bardeulng of tho crtei per trade, for instance, still is e and FompIIcaione. cf'an waa born n Salmon, ?ri smarting under loss of France as one Id&hb, on Murch 4, 188&. ills itarly of tho nation's best buyers. waa spent on the ranches In that Leading copper producers rut their base to 11 cents a pound, the ,rf and bl,er n took UP mining, n vsrlons states before price prevailing last September, In worbn the first revision since February. con,n to Eureka. In this city he Custom aimdtere, which have been ft,umpd the position of shift boss at lbe Ptennlal Eureka (Blue Unck) Unexhausted conslstantiy underselling the primary 'n which he held for years. latter a of market, promptly posted pried entered the leasing game with a 10 (i cents. ' ,ot f "uereM du to hla knowledge The lower quotation, brought only Many oil n,n-- . a few more orders into the market. r fields NOW aa Pronillunt in civic and The slash In lead two revisions' ABANDONED AS a 0 tnovementa A few years during the week which put the price bac , EXHAUSTED still he. Hrved aa cltr councilman, back to 4 centa a pound from 5 b PraI,t time wus the have 50 TO 90 cents took trades by surprise be- - and JVPI' councilman in the city adminls-ceOF THEIR TOTAL it was generally aupposed re- tretion. served .as marshal a' had been satisfacsales .Oil IEFT dally two years, 8lx years ago he took for (ory Some authorities ssid that the de-- 'bapf f Jba i,at, rod work in the dines were linked with efforts to J c ,8tclct and this position he tbe m of b,a denth. ,d prevent foreign lead imports from circles he was one domestic the Ipmcratlc market.' threatening , e hardest workera in this (lovernment figures. It was said, on tlme aa ca"dda Mvnrtiratt Nl Mmirrl that June Importa of lend y aad sheriff. ran far ahead of previous months a Jncmbrr ot Tlnt,c Lodge und the flrat half of tho year waa 0l blk, and tbo mni' ' well ahead of the comparable 1939 Road Commission Chairman Dr. Frit Franke, Pilot Of hers of this order conducted the fun- Iierlod. Bomber, Visited Here. Urges Careful Driving. al rv,C8 at no, Sunday in the Buying of sine tapered off after Llka le of the past few weeks. aftr.?lcb lh remains Dr. Frits Franks, of Everett. baTy . W. D. Hammond, chairman of the h remained at CU cents ner were taken 0 Suit Lake and lnterr- was in Eureka for a Blate road C0,nn,iBsion, has Issued an XVashington, ,cd , in the city cemetery si that place. pound East St. Louis. addJitlon l tb ritualistic work Reports from steel centers Indies!- accumwere not Pcoducers and reared in this city, but for f? bWTiMn nut end Utah's tremendous traffic By' a cklo8' sHhough the oper- - fcpoken ruledStanley of tality toll. With nearly a hundred several years past has been prartlc- - ,Vn the lodge' su'd two 0Dl'n- tb and km .ore, wrloualy injured ng In the northwest. ra,nfor we numbers by 'd shinfor nearby by automobiles during the first Rev- - j The real occasion for the visit was w -, j Oil holrl-ran- or.fralVes the prodTd- - a leasee and mix it with his own goods which go into Interstate com- niosna wlltinnf malrltiir Tv (maul f It. with . rn ,be to anjr .cba"Ka ,lbal r,Jb tui nuke of the driver hlmeif, and his era. A few hours layover in Bait Clvn Campbell. fUD,uyt every auto should lie kept in Lake permitted him to come to Eu- ' Surviving are bis wife, Mr. Mario mwhaulcsl condition. ieka, hla boyhood town, for a brief Homer McClain, two sons, Edmund fjrt C,RM ConmuMloner A ah a Many accidents arc due to careless- - visit. When l.e Mt for Salt Uke and Harry McClain, all of Eureka, nose such as speeding, pasHiug on he took his brother, Q. A. Franke, Aid For Sick Ducks. and one daughter, Katherine Mchills or curve, and passing where with him, with the Intention of tsk- Clain. of Balt Uke City. Tito brot lithere Is not sufficient clearance to lug him on to Ban Diego, and it is Newell B. Cook, state fish en 1 era, George McClain of Dell, Mouta-ai- l get around the car ahead. Hitting since learned that Q. A. make the gmis commissioner, Is asking na; Arthur McClain of 'Salmon, D Delay, the loose gravel on road shoulders trip. to help his department In ho; two sisters. Mis. Mable White of at high speed has claimed a num- k r.,- - , . w k combating weatern duck sickness this Salmon, and Mrs. Ada Chaffin of Tbtima ,B y,ear- - ,AU lee, Montana. cd ou the storm sewer, from a point bpr of which reaoivra itself into just two Health Board Gives Weekly M This la about the time that first WOPd DBI'E ('A,tlEFl,!'LY; cases should appear and persons find-- 1 the open Mwer on the otker Hl(e of On Diseases, Report drivThere is no Btrre. ing sick ducks are asked to contact Unique ProgTam Planned For Mr. tho fish and game department. S. L. Mining Mating. The new sewer being built wLl Ing at cxcesxive speed, said j run directly west from the Reporter Hanimond- "H you are in a burry- ble diseases was by being reported to ih somewhere, start s little earl. - i nnn n a i n to n .rsnsuoritu io nnn imn water Another and "BHonably This is one way the sportsman wa'cirt SjJd famous dis' will rect. It MWFrweBt abS'at,loJrd Dhurch . . on increase of it . .or,a s.e materlallv In making tha duck ,u tM, mnit important safety emphasized by Mr. tt Gae ., Ar-fai- l. ' ... K" - Iona of the act, in case employees of the lessee failed to receive the minimum wage and overtime na pro- T System For Doe Permits Has Been Altered. method of determining who shall hunt doe deer haa been decided upon by the big game board of this A new car. or excessive rain fall area. .. .... ... . this In . M,Mld ot lpr 10 .u w b (J. r laat ypar- Whooping cough t. Pedestrian n ar a- til TJ!! nrK!ntrr!i!fn n mri hf thJ It will be by drawing and the P! Lf .hi diin VnA" ! " UB. lht ?.j.the drawings will be in .the counties where the hunter wlshee to hunt, so Atherley building on the east side will street. However this Church ppplicstion should bp made in ad- un vance of tho opening of the deer sea- - n1 h,00. touab: an Improvement worth 11" son. nThls will eliminitie the necessity The project was started of hunters being on hand at three or four In the morning and standing rnonihn ago, but due tor an ,h rullna ,rplur in line for hours m order to get their engineers, the job waa atopped. it doo permits. to will now go forward completion, " 'ral out-o- f- led with 76 a TIN TIC TEACHER AT ALIIXE Blanks at Reporter oft lea. according to reporta. If'nr Refugees Inspect American Haven -- war Alon0 Inri ia 8ulld.trom (lf KnPflk foot elevation. , Unique uuliuuiir classes pacl a,tcd and re y111 for ,h and Mu mmol h is going to have one of the best rommunity buildings In 29 the counties in the state crr!cu,um. ofJr1na state eight Jor'Ba countries, ?5d? 1940 ",udent ft.m . ! - Mexico, awa '' 11 PawMnRr mu,"llner Planes, be ,,n lhr a"d fllah,a 0Ter Ulnaham' larb T,n,lc DlMrl;,a' l'urh rnrty will he famlliur accompanied by a Wll tbe general geology of the three districts, who will point out the most jMiercHting features. I). D. Moffett, vine president and Rfncrai manager of the Utah Cepptr company and general chairman et h an convention, promises rt Atidlnx program for the four day convention. Several hundred dele gates are expected from ell parts of the west, many eastern stall's and Home fopolgn countrii. 'Ml0n WlU gef-logis- oul-Ula- Drouth In Utah Said To Be Serious Condition. The heat and dryness of tbo pHst summer has pointed morn than ever to the need for amply water el ora go facilities in Utah, Lloyd ) Huaie, secretary and rnsnazer of the National Reclamation Association, said the other day after making :in inspection tour of certain sections of Utah. Utah U terribly short of water.' Years declared Mr. Ilagie. like 1934 and 1940 have shown that storage la absolutely necessary here if agriculture is to esespo marked suffering. ' The seriousness of the ritual Ion has increased during the past (wo weeks everywhere except In areas where there Is Impounded reservoir 14 dlM-ssc- w county, according to the plans which I'lTTH, HT.ITK ('AM)IDATE FOR ere now being put under way for the KNATK. VIH1TH TIH)KI.F construction of a building which will ltavo a three fold purpose. Harry J. l'ltts of Eureka, candi-b- e It will for the Republican nomination a city hall and court room, a jail, and a fire station, and all sections of of dai senator from the thirteenth the structure will be commodious, district, comprising Tooele ar.d Juab Work on the building, under s re- - counties, was a Tooele visitor last lief project, was stnrtod lust week week. He was making friends and end, and will bo carried forward to campaigning, Mr. l'ltts is chief engineer at the completion as rapidly as possible. In IM. f On. I. b?,ld,n, tlniO JM Con,. Minin, Urge basement which in the future might serve as quarter for a heating plant. A loud belch by a dinner guest Six young British war refugees who will be harbored for the duration L. I., art after a meal on tho lslanda of Bali of the war on the Daniel Guggenheim estate at Sands Point, Call 16 lo 229 for fire or automo- algnlfloa that bo thlnke tho food wa taken on an inspection tour of the beautiful aerei by Marshall Field and bile Insurance. C. E. Rite. .satisfactory- Mra. Guggenheim. " at- - ba,e fi-v- reported no ka TaH,Jra a x i or the ' in Alpine at udente attend a we,!k n th,e red by tho summer campus 6800 ,b ,n AH atd; yAfinU -- nmnlw 5. afP,h. hoMi For f l io ,. At Mammoth Started. I , - Measles was second with 19, the Ignored and In a week for the state this iwest are motorists Inclined to think mny ba pedestrian l.us no privileges yar. ,h,lt Interfere with the Wishes of the There was one ruse of Infantile motorist. Courtesy end difency will paralysis reported from Price, and help a lot to solve our traffic prob- - brought the 1940 total to 18. Two eases of malaria fever were jeniB.. jlrV Carefully. Courteously and renoried from a CCC camp in Juab county. These cases give a history CautiouslyJ, and Live! Drive Carelessly, Contemptuously, t exposure to mosquitoes in Alaba- ma Just prior to coming to Utah. and V II I IIM1IMT aM and Die. Imported marlarla fever presents a health problem due to the fact that On Predatory Anim&iS has tho Anopheles mosquito, Scheduled To Continue. which Is the particular mosquito re- sponsible for transmitting this dl- Continued destruction of preda- - seaso. (The report did not say so terny anlmuls and rodents waa plan- - but these two cases are at Jericho ned last week end by a commute of camp, which was recently filled by representatives of the state depart- - hoys from Alabama.) Two cases of typhoid fever were ment of agriculture, the federal hi- ology surrey and the i'uh Wool- - reported from 8pringvllle. Two cases of tulsrema were re-growers association. From a levy on livestock the state ported; onn from Iron county and will hsve a fund of 825,000 to the other from Juab county, making match federal funds while other a total of 38 this year, Other communicable diseases agencies, including the slate fish A rhlcksnpox commission, has appropriated ported are aa follows: 19. mumps 7, pneumo- . 18. measles 810,000. nta 7, scarlet fever 2. tuberculosis oh,,rrb,a ,l,d un Construction Of New Buildinir dulant 1. . - big American Institute of Mining !and Metallurgical Engineers western ! regional meeting in Bait Uke Sep- I corrM,pondlnB ww k dr,vep and 10 e,rer3r pdea,rliin lhe rame rourley that he would like for rights are too often J - drver .. de.,t0 stat9- - Igal se nt i 0,1 Leading Citizen Answers Call. I ,un, "c- - 11 c111 ined to determine whether or not H Goahen at and ! picked up a.1Pf.ed is bona fide. Lm. a"d partner. confrJe,,d as to what distinction 'The b lb Ew,a' ,ata2 enJpd stitutes a bona fide lease and one which maintains the master and verhary ay ' he servant relationship Is simple, observed. "In the bona fide lease Work Resumed On StOITR the lessor must have no Interest in Sewer After LODIT the mining operations of the Iww other than rental for the property. Number 41 conn-show- no would k"ow abou,.t !L ,Tbe ccxssion wM the on AUGUST 15, 1040. AMAZE A MINUTE BY ARNOLD SCIENT1FACTS i MINES SILVER-LEA- D . .. supplies. It Is now going well into the third month since this slate has had what could be railed a rain fall. Tho Tseo people, natives of l'g- Mrs. Basil Hughes, wife of a Brad- ford, England, surgeon, collects tho a"d. Africa, havo coiffure embolrubbish from nearby Baildou under Ushed with hair collected from the tha nom da guerra of Greta Gar- - head of their dead ancestor stuck baga." She la ahowu doing It with together with blood, and decorated amllo. Jvlth feather.