|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
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|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
THE SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1937. EXAMINER: MOUSING OGDEN UTAU. SATURDAY, JULY 20, trol of any labor organization. At rise mass meeting of the miners held two weeks ago, action was postponed at the request of the Mine Owners association, who requested that all disputes. Including the question f jurisdiction over the watchmen be referred to a prominent grievance committee, to be appointed by the miners and the mine owners. The vote today shows that the miners are not in favor of the grievance committee and have determined to force the Issue. GOLuflELD WILL an:thes have STRIKE MINERS DEMAND THE DISCHARGE OF TWO WATCHMEN. MINING IN MEXICO. New. York, July 19. Mim Owners Opposed Ml to Theodore Doug- las, president of the Douglas Copper company, has returned to New York after several months spent in exauiin-ing tha properties of the company in the auto of Sonora, Mexico. Ha revein of rich ore ports that the that recently wae struck at El Colire, while sinking aa air shaft, is even richer than first supposed. Its ore values easily will average $39 to the ton. Suck Action the Labor Troubles Are Revived, 1 UNION DEPOT TIME CARD Examiner Classified Advertisements -- EFFECT JULY IN ' THIS DEPARTMENT THE PRICE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS MUST BE PAID STRICTLY IN ADVANCE, (BUSINESS HOUSES RUNNING BOOK ACCOUNTS ONLY EXCEPTED.) NO ADVERTISaMENT LESS THAN 23 CENTS FOR FIRST INSERTION; CENT PER WORD FOR EACH SUBSEQUENT INSERTION. FIRST INSERTION ONE CENT PER WORD. OR 0 CENTS PER LINE PER WEEK WITHOUT CHANGE. OR 75 CENTS PER LINE PER CALENDAR MONTH WITH NO CHANGE OF COPY. OR 50 CENTf PER LINE PER MONTH. CN A SIGNED CONTRACT TO RUN FOR ONE YEAR WITH ONE CHANGE OF COPY EACH MONTH. IN ONE-HAL- J 107. Ifi, 1907. UNION PACIFIC R. Ik CO. F 23-fo- The MinGoldfield, Nev, July ers "" at a mass meeting here this afternoon, voted to notify the GoaaulidaloA company that the two watchmen, over the employment of whom trouble baa been brewing for ao as time put, must be discharged. The Western Federation of Miners rial ms jurisdiction over all men emThe ployed in or about the mines. Hina Owners' association, on the other band, claims that the watchmen re special employes Aired to guard the companys Interests and to report any dlrelectioa, not only on the partof miners, but on the part of foremen aad superintendents and ployes generally, and, therefore, shouldnet he under the Jurisdiction and oaa18 Our new smelter, bow being money dally on 200 tons smelted. Figuring 26 days to the working month, the results would be 3370.000 In two months. Aa we expect to blow In the uieltrr in October, we ought to have this revenue before the end f the year. The figures kadi large hut they are correct. As it will be necessary to haul the ores from the mines to the smelters, some delays may he experienced, and it will bo necessary to have machinery equipped to handle the ore, to place It into the cars at the mines, and to take it out of the cars at the smelters. This equipment ought to be finished by Auguct 1, and then a reserve of ore can he brought down to the smelters so as to gain time. Taking this as a smelting proposition alone, aa wa are obliged to take customs ores under our contract with ' government, we figure that we shall he able to handle 7,500 tons of customs ores with a profit of 6.50 per ton, or about $600,000 annually. This would show about 20 per cent revenue on customs ores alone. Our mine Is very much the same class as the Boleo Copper mine at .Santa Rosalia In lower California, Just across the gulf from us. This mine is controlled by Paul Mlrnboau for the Rothschilds, In Paris. Tho Boleo formerly was largely owned by some of the owners of the Douglas Copper company and was sold by G. Mueller of Guay mss, to the Rothschilds. . The Douglas Copper company la capitalised at only $3,000,000 and the ore reserves already blocked out and ready, for the smelter are officially certified by Gustave M. Gouyard, the consulting engineer, to he more than $8,500,000 In value, or nearly three times tha entire capital of the company. The Douglas Copper company has no floating debt and everything It ewna, including the Pacific Refining A Smelting company, the Anita Copper Mines, and a con trailing Interest In the. Sonora Consolidated Gold Mines company, all of which are' working properties In the state of Sonora, la entirely paid tor. Thera also Is a good working surplus In the treasury. LEGAL. PROPOSAL. SEALED Will ha received by the Board of Trustees at the State Industrial School for material and supplies, consisting In part of 14, 80S square feet of lumber,various grades and slsea, 11,000 alnglea, 8.000 cedar laths, 450 feet of ban and quarter round moulding,win-8-' ' kega nails, 36 iron lintels for dona, 3 Iron lintels for doors, 143 'feet cornice, thought, etc., 30 squares tin, 44 panes glass, i 5,000 bricks, 360 bn. lime, 6 bn. plas1 beams 50 feet ter hair, 3 eight-inc- h 1 beams 26 feet 6 . long, 3 seven-inc- h I beams 11 Inches long, 4 four-incsteel feet 3 inches long, 4 five-inc' posts 11 feet long, 2,400 half Inch rads, , square steel bars, angle-platestone sills 'etc., 173 bbla. cement. 2 13stone sills 4 .2 feet 8 Inches long, 456 feet feet 6 Inches long, galvanised csst Iron pipe, 300 feet galvanised pipe, 456 feet cut cut Iron pipe, 800 feet h Iron pipe, 4 three-incvalves, 4 1 fouHnch valve, valves, to stand 100 lbs. valves all pressure; tees, couplings, reducers, etc.; Installing i water closets, 2 uria-troughs, 2 sets of 3 bowl lavatories, and other plumbing work; 300 vtons of slack coal, 60 tpna of nut 'coal; 18 reams of paper of various 'kinds and sues, complete series of Caslon text 2 to 86 point with spaces ud quads; ink, Job rollers and other sprinting material and equipment: 36 dowa-spoutln- h h six-finc- al hospital cots, 40 recitation benches. For further particulars and copies of articles to be bid upon. Inquire i at the Superintendents office, Industrial School. ' Bids must be seared and marhed, 'Bids for Male rial aad Supplies, .'and addressed to the "State laduatrlal .School." They must be received on ' or before Saturday, July 20th, they 'will be opened at 12 oclock noon os that date. Sample should be submitted when : MORGANS u it New York, July 19. An old portrait of J. Plerpont Morgan is among the articles that the government hopes to sell at the forthcoming aale of unclaimed dutiable goods. The portrait. Is the work of a German artist, and, according to Colonel Story, who Is in charge of the sales department at the public stores, was evidently copied from a photograph. Tha canvas la about three feet square, and those who have seen It hay It ! a creditable piece of work. Mr. Morgan, however, does rot want semi-annu- NOTICE. tist No. 384. LAND OFFIC Salt Lake City, Utah; July 3, 1301 To Whom It May Concern: Notice Is hereby given 'that 1 Bute of Utah has filed In this off a Uat jf tend selected by the si State, aa Indemnity school lands, der seoilon 6 of the net of Congre approved July 10, 1894, as follows, r Lets 1, 3, 3, 4, sec. 18, t 6 n, r 4 8- - L. M (State 884, U. L R.)- A copy of said Jlst,. far as It totes to said tract, by descript ' lubdlvlslons, has been' consplcdoui posted In this office for Inspection any person Interested, and by the pi 11c generally During the period of. publication this notice, under departmental structlona ot April 25. 1907, prate r contesta against the claim of t State to any of the tracts or subdh tons hereinbefore described, on 1 that the same ly more tAIua pound for mineral than for agricultural jp Poses, will be received and noted report to the General Lend Office' BTATE8 it. -- OGDEN LODGE No. i, II. of H, meets in K. of P, hall the flret aad third Wednesday afternoons of seek month at 2:30 p. m. BU81E STMS, C. of JEANETTE MILL Financier. L JENNIE PROUT, Reoorder. . PORTRAIT, Offered tor Sale by the United States Government. practicable. The board reserves the right' to reject any ud all blda not advantageous to the state, or to accept any part of uy bid. ' By order of the BOARD OF TRUSTEES. By II. H. Thomu, Superintendent Ogden, Jnly 10th, 107. UNITED com- pleted at Fundtoton, said Mr. Douglas, will be able to smelt 300 tons of ore per day, and, figuring copper at 20 cents a pound, $30 ore, with liberal deductions, ought to leave us a profit of 18 net, or $5,400 In United Statea Tha picture Is consigned to Mr. Morgan and arrived In New York from Hamburg about a yaar ago. Since that time It has been in storage' at thq public stores. LADIES OF THE MACCABEES, Silver Hive, No. I, meets every Tuesday at 2:20 p. bl. at K. of C Hall, No. 2471 Washington arena Visit lag ala tar cordially iavlted. BESSIE 8EBRIN0, LG L JENNIE PROUT, R. K, 2453 Van Bum Are KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES. Ogden Tout, No. 24, moots tha sec- ond at I and fourth Friday evening, o'clock sharp. In I. O. O. F. hall. Waiting Knights cordially Invited to atlena. J..W. HAL8RT, Commander. F. F. BOND, Record Keeper. -- TOBACCO .. TRUST flUIT. MASONIG Queen Esther Chapter No. 4, G. E. Regular meetings held at Masoale Hall oa Washington avaauo, between Twenty-fiftaad Twenty-sixtstreets the first and third Fridays of each month. Sojourning members cordially Iavlted to attend. ANNA LEWIS, W, M. LILY V. HAL8TED, Secretary. & Twenty-o-n Corporations and Many Individuals Served.. h New York, July 19. In the suit recently Instituted by the United States against the American Tobacco company and a large number of United States Marshal Henkel hsa completed his service. corThe marshal nerved twenty-onporations and the following Individual defendants: James B. Duke, Caleb C. Dul Per-civHill, Thomaa J. Maloney William K. Harris, William H. McAllister, Benjamin N. Duke, Herbert D. Kinge-burg- . William Wr. Fuller, Robert B. Dule, George C. Allen, Rufus L." Patterson, and George A. Helme. No service could be made upon Thomas F. Ryan, Anthony X. Brady; H. M. Hanna, Grant B. Spray, or Peter A. B. Wldener, all being absent on their vacations. WOODMEN OF THE WORLDl e Washington, D. C. Failure so to test or contest within tho time spip fled will be considered hufllclent dencc of the character the tracts and the selections there being otherwise free from objectl will be recommended for approval. K. X. THOMPSON, Register : CHURCHILL J. WHITE DEAD. Kansas City, Mo.. July 19. Churchill J. Millie, a pioneer banker of U'nltod 8 tales Land Office. Salt Lake this city, died at his home here at an City, Utah, June 28, 1907, early hour today, aged 82 years. To Whom It May Concern: president of the National Bank of Notice i hereby given that the state Commerce, the leading financial conOf Utah has filed In this offlre a list cern of this city, for fifteen years, hav"f land, selected by the uld State, ing retired from that position twelve or the eaUblUhment-o- f permanent years ago. He had large property Inreservoirs for Irrigating purposes,- nn-o- terest! here.- - section 12 of the Act of Congress, TRAGEDY IN ASPHALT CAMP. approved July 19, 1894, as follows. NOTICE. Weber Camp No. 74, meets la K. of P. ban tu the Utah National Baak building every Thursday evening at 3 oclock. Visiting Woodm u cordially Invited to attend. T. G MORRIS. C. G E. AUTH. Clerk. Pint National Bank Building. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. No. 3, Knights of Ogden Lodge Pythias, meet at Caetle Hall, Utah National Bank building, every Monday evening. All K. of P.i requested a to meet with us. W. J. UNDERWOOD, C. G E. R. GEIGER, M. of E. . LX. MEAD. K. of JL and 8. He-wa- er All Sections 14 and 24. To North. Range 1 West, Salt Lai Iton, List 77. . A copy of mu list, so far late to said tracts. by del subdivisions, has been consp posted in this office for inspe person Interested, "y He generally. and by During the period of public thl notice, under departmei etnicUons of April 25. 1907, pn contest against the claim of t! to any of the tracta or subi hereinbefore described, on tin ibst. the same la more valu jeral than for agricultural j 1U be received and noted fc to the Genera Land Office a togton, D. C. Failure to ao pi retest, within the time spec! reconsidered sufficient eviden character of t nd the selections thereof, bed from objection, will omm-nde- d try for approval. E. D. R. THOMP80 ! Mexico City, July 19. be tails have reached here of a tragedy which toik place in the asphalt camp of the Vera Crux Paving company, on June 21. and which led to the death of Richard Terry and Warren Grimes, Ameri- cans. The trouble began over a loan of money. A rifle duel at close range followed which not only ended In the death of the two principals snd the serious wounding of a brother of WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT. Be go Lily Circle. Ha 104, meote evsecond cud fourth Friday sights at 7:30 In K. of P. ball. Vlaltlng neighbors cordially Invited. DAISY CASHMORE, Q. X, 137 ery Tracy Avenaa. KATE HETMAN. Clark, 38$ 23rd Street 2-- 3 Women ol Woodcraft, Ogdaa Orel 681. meats every Tueeday night at 7:30 o'clock, K. of P. halt Visiting Neighbor Invited. Due can ha paid at the office of Ed Auth, the afternoon of the 28th of each month, Flret National Bank Bldg. MRS. ALICE COLLINS, G. N 3983 Plngrae Are. MARIE CRITES, Clark, 2731 Monroe Avenue. BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICA. Yeomen, Ogden Homestead No. 1505. meets every flret and third Friday nt 7:30 In K. C. halt No 3473 Wash. Ave. Visiting archere cordially invited Lincoln. MABEL TURNER, 8214 Mofflt Ave. correspondent, WANT ADS YIELD BIO RESULTS.