in rT vy DEVOTED TO THE QREAT TINTIO MUnNO DISTRICT VOI.I'MH XXXVIII HOME OF THE WORLDS LAROEST RIIRKKA. JUAB COUNTY. Copper Sales Show Decline After Recent Heavy UTAH. THURSDAY. .Jll.Y lU mx AMAZE A MBYIN UTE SC1ENT1FACTS ARNOLD Buying vnraa SILVER-LEA- D Numlier 37 Curb and Gutter Work Is Now Well Under Way Miners Seeking CoppiT markets took stork a.t' The V1A curb and gutter work Saturday of the tremendous turnfor this city Is now well under way over in ropper during the first ten' Occording to Street Supervisor Lon of of the days next meeting city July, says a dispatch from' Al the Sundatruiu. At the present time New York City, as Rpokeamen for 8000 I'tah metal countll, srheduled for tomorrow puhlish.sl In the1 work Is being concentrated on Lead- mine and Suit U smeller workers voted last I.uke the 21st. expected Tribune. creninK. July How vllle streets. Bhrlver Tho and to qsk operatora for a wage A a result sales tax the fix Friday for. will levy council slumoetll volume city latter street connects Main and Increase, Traders showed no parii-- l the year 1339. In the event that Hiarply. Leadvllle west of the Gourley stori Merilng all day In their Salt Ijike care concern of at rular over this development this mutter Is not taken bud it should be finished In a short j members of the dls- which headquarters, session is wlh a special expected after any burst of the meeting trlct executive board of the Interna law , For the week ending Sat requires ectlvlty. have to be called for the require a lot of lioal r,on or MI t"? Mill and fixed with the be unlay, during the and levy Friday that addition to constructing the BniellHr Workers Saturday cs-- l a motion tmialed, volume was around tout) month of July. iurb and gutter on the north aide asking for a newpassed rouirrenco with The general opinion exists, even tons, Thursday turning in the small-- ' of the thoroughfare. This will the operators. umonx certain members of the coun- - est dally total since early April the street In la slightly raising Their request Is based on a clause tcviral places in order to make the in the present ell, that a reduction In the levy can tbe preceding week sales to home' rontract which makes consumer assessed vsluato the due amounted to 149,849 be made gutter exceptionally large. This Is the current wage mlnlmums condilion program recently completed in tons. necessary In order to take rare of tional on a 84.64 cent silver price June statistics showed the first the large amount of drainage which and states further: this city by the state tax commie- rnmrs from the water shed on the sion, wherein each building was pho- decrease in stocks of domestic In raso the price of stiver chvnges Locomotives i orth side of lown during and measured and a com- ed copper sinre October lust Forest stormy from 64.64 rents per ounre, a conbricks and most observers expect July ai.d weather. pure history of the structure and A FOREST CAN NOW ference shall be called to adjust- the Several other streets throughout above the contents therein was made for August to register further substan-tutur- e BE PLANTED WITH Chemical treatment wage rates accordingly. tlal derreasss. This tax assessment purposes. the city are scheduled for improveBRICKS INSTEAO OF OF THE WATER USED IN The government purchase pries An Important factor In this ments of thla nature.opinion Is wrong, unless the city ran trees. Seeds placed was raised to 71.11 cents early this LOCOMOTIVE BOILERS, PREmen leas this money year nertlon, copper GOOD SOIL AM said, was that slung with month by congressional action. VENTING RUST AND CORRO the 29,000 ton order by French In FORMED INTO than they did In 1938. The executive board members who one Firemen Elect saves railroao Delegates Sion, in a Rreat many Instances asressed tercets probnbbly would be moving BRIQUETTES 16 I'tah locals, elected u YEAR A lepresent to $1,000,000 the State Convention READY FOR valuations were increased by the during those months. committee ronslstlng of nominating The price held firm during Icsr PLANTING. apprecinbly high, bu. urvey; Long wool Robert Hunting o f Park City, Edward At well a held week at 1014 cents, although a small represented meeting these were practically offaet by reTme quantity on Friday evening the members of L. Eckman of Midvale, Morris A. h duct ions on other property Items amount of metal was reported WOOL PRO OF the Kureka Fire Department elect- Anderson of Lark, Dan Edwards of in t'ie past had been over val- - able In the secondary market around BY OUCED ed delegates and alternates to the Kureka. and Glenn G. Glllesplo of rents. the assessed 10 usd. To prove this SMEEP ennunl state convention as follows: 8alt Lake t'ity. In the export market copper shot valuations of Eureka City for 1938 The minimum wago for machine FINOS, Fred Tasker, R. C. Jame- miners Delegates amounted to $307,483.00. while for l to 10.43 con's a pound, highest Is now 85.25, under the conUPON son. Rex llickman, William II. HuTHE the present year they amounted to v'nre early In the year, but fell back tract which went Into effect a year Hamilton I.aird, ron; Alternrtes finish the week at 1(1.35 cents. TVFE In all properties organised by 8387.774.00, a difference of only ago Edward RECEIVE Fox. John Galley, Jr , and OS POOD THEY Bvll 8yrJus. liu I a small sum. This does Volume tapered as the price fell, 8289.00 Frank Hannifin. There are also the International union It was subA prominent lead producer report- - The not include utilities or ra'nes. three members of the local depart- ject to automatic fluctuation with state tax rommlaelon sets the valua ed almost daily necessity of dipplnr cPIMr but the copper ment who 4y reason of their offices!1, in reserves to rupply demand. In UlLL 1 lU I1 tlons on these tax paying units. not changed sufficiently to are delegates. They automatically A IACU JLsUUllld A UI ,11U 1 It must be remembered that most general, the lead market enjoyed a are Chief W. H. Roper, Assistant rH,lulrJny adjustment of the wage at volume firm the price of the money derived from mining satisfactory Chief William A. Laird and State IMa,e "he atandard wage for muck- and 4 99 cents a pouud. comet from the net proceeds tax and f Utah la 84.75. The scale In 1 Trustee John J. Hannifin. Brass mills and gulvanlzers bought this source of revenue will show a T,nUe District 1s 25 rents higher Tha state convention will be held marked decrease due to less activity fair amounts of zinc, the price hold-i- n he line than the prevall- aonK on at Vernal 4th and August 3rd, ,n the Industry and the consequental in steady at 4.50 cents East St. waRB,ala The basic scale for seeThe three niajr Utah smelling Reports coming from that reduction in the amount of ore ship- workers la 4.25. The con- non of the Cedar City area has been concerns late last week had received lion are to the effect that one of the rac forblda The net proceeds tax Is fig- ped. , named chairman of tho committee the official go ahead" signal to take niot entertaining prpgrams ever tion at Wa employment In any poslured on the ore shipped during the Pclics Committee Issues on arrangements for the July meet- rllver from the mines al the new held has been prepared for the three ,hn Ths eutive board telephoned preceding year, and already figure ,e Associated Civic Clubs of price of 71.11 cents per ounce m day celebration. Antn uwners !lts decision Friday nlghl to James have been published which show that warning in Smelter officials explained that gollh(irn uuh l0 be held at Uuck W. Wade, who headed the operatora1 the mining Industry of the state in Creek. With the assistance of rep- - they are now authorized to pay the TinMe Hiffhwav Will be committee during the previous nego- The city police rommittee, thru reaentatlvee of the club from Oder new silver price, less handling costs. V . general dropped nearly 50 per cent Ulied in ine Near future tiatlons. Mr. Wade aald he wae not In 1938 as compared with 1937. For Its chier, Lon Sandstrom, has an- st. George, Kanab and Pan- - on all ore mined subsequent to July -authorised to speak for the operators Instance Park City mines were down nounced that all violators of the KUjtch a splendid program has been I, 1939. The net price to the mine was made the other of the proposed meeting date for the Announcement arwill new be ordinance a of the for exbo will 79.625 cents per ounre. tight past parking outlined ard for this reason he long period 5 tsh State Road Commie- - conference and would have to await year. However, this was not the rested and fined in the future, ppets every county which the who- - which allows only .455 rent to eovwr wa case In Tintic for the mines operated Since the ordinance r,yde ""d mpar consultation with managers of the pawed elation's territory covers to he rep- - ihe cost or handling the silver and ,on ,,,al w r 8l,rlnvU1' bad been awarded the n: her properties. All In about the same proportion. The leniency has been shown in certain reseated. major employers transporting it from the reMnery to 'hc oiling of the newly lu Ihe Industry except the I'tah Cop- fuel still remains Hint there Is a cases, such as wrong parking on the xiie meetings will be held on Bat- - the mint. The same deduction wa have 'accepted the highway from the Cupper per company poxlhility that there may he a re- - upper part of Main aired and to urday and Sunday. July 22ud and made under the old silver nrlce of rul,,tiil WI to hureka, a distance f a agreement. durtlou In taxes from this source for violators from out of town. 23rd. with the executive session at 64.64 cents per ounce, effective llttlo more than three miles. At the " Attention Is called to the fact tha io : 00 a. m. the first day, and a pub- - prior to July 1. Eureka. The city participates in the company was given net proceeds tax only on that ore the ordinance covers all of Main ijf meeting In the Theatre of the Utah concerns which have receiv- gtOCk of Conner i,nPe,p fwunly. which I produced wiihin the hound- - street on east to the D. and R. G. Aspens In the afternoon. A banquet ed their InKtrurtlun, rPKuUllniift 0,rr 0 fbe n i111" wa" water tank, nrlwi of the city. rallrond tracks, or the Dropped 7228 Tons 1X1 June iu be held al the Dark Creek CCC and new affidavit forma and iutliOv an 11 J" .ttn a1?1101 ,hftl th,! AU park- - camp In the Is&at year Eureka'a tax levy w.i aa the point la known. an allver to followed at the by J76, Maher buy rlty prlee. evening ma nl bout Worldstoeka of refined copper de- are International Smelting jind Re- - , A ?? , Increased 2 mills, from 16 to 18. In- - ing must be parallel and to the open air dance o."r rented 7228 tons during June tu a formailon concerning the increase right and If this Is not done all For some time past an undereur- - fining Co., smelters at Tooele; United P'Pce 01 0,"R 'or't 513.670 tons, says a report no' published hy the council hut fenders will be hailed Into court anil irBi 0f resentment has existed among States Smelting, Refining and Min- T,n"p motorists will have a from Near York City Issued by the is is understood that the advance was assessed the usual fine of 82.90. gome members on the west aide of Ing Co., with smellers at Midvale, don the W"Y T" Copper Institute, The marshal reports that many the big mountaiu range reparatlns end the American Smelling and Re- - Jj,r" BUr0 necessary in order to take care of ihe WR be one of the World stocks at the end of June, city's portion of make work projects have been arrested up to date and southern Utah for the reason that fining Co., with smelters at Murray rlnest roads In the entire slate a 1938, totaled 551,495 tons, The need for tnorcy by the city ha that without exception they have officers of the assoeistlim have al- - and Garfield. yep dream come true. The decline In world slocks was Several of rtah'a silver producing tmY-f- l tot changed, the assessed valuations contributed to the cl;y treasury. ways been selected from the earn registered despite a gain In domes- are going to he about the same, an aide, and It la expected that this mines have been holding heck both ,rrL T'I 355,012 tons from on he at the of l"p,,0rip ores and will it appears quite evident that another i.tvrv matter production brought up shipment MX.MMoTH'H I MOllT ntlt Allirnivr s.i,15a a month earlier, a year ago Is au- It IX mill lax under official Creek of this meeting. ponding fixed. lie lurk receipt will t levy oii'ii fla..v 308,971. Foreign stocks , The various tax funds and the proposal will be presented thorlty. They plan now to go bark , ,h5r to 178,656 tons from 163.- dropped normal or better production. 0 riat, the office from one side amounts thereof to which tho resl,8:J ,l, rn' of May and 193,524 The one day, July 1, seems to be On the evening of Monday, July t0 the other. With this In view rep- dents of Kureka contrihuled lust year Wage Increase , - 1 I 1 ! I refin-togrnph- ed - ye-i- and water r I con-g- et - avall-whir- . 1- I llll C.r llvv hivorl 01 ttor Jlllv II Oliver Pm i 5 ! i" - 55-99- - I - I- w.-- lol s .n.m-n-rcirt- t v Ir-t- extended an Invitation to attend. Under the rules of the association problem cannot be acted upon at iv. July meeting for the reason that u,ey must be presented thirty days before eellon can taken. Thu ,jlt, UPHtn ehnuM come up for a baseball team. Ttio Tlntlc Tooters will furnish the has been nmarin produced nfiht music . and the Information new several snappy that out ercM. ,ron"d .tool niiinut Lall,.e numliers will be played for tha Drmn,0n f ranadi the public appro val . -- - reiied valuation. i L jear Scale Mountain Peak? in Map Survey i of registration July 10th from the commission for tha Smelter officials are a a complete stt,B loss to know what price to pay for rr"rrt Mr. Robertson contemplates a fly- silver mined on July 1 and have made it clear that their authority ,n f,r1'1 ,,a,, a mile square, with runways. The port would to receive eilver at the 71.11 rent. 2800-foand prl- price applies only m metal mined af- - he used for charter flights sliver. Sunday trips to the various problem, sreulc points and to forest develnp- ment projects have been arranged. Engineer . tirt'-v- by 1'arks Commissioner On edar Breaks, cr may bring ihelr al Duck Cre,-k,,n. H mu fits and .lav e .7 ot Oog- - 1. H. gin- - , Robertson, who operated min- properties In this district for the Mr. Gives Report Tintic Oold Property In r.VSrwr h" V'rlnJ. - vi-1- ds-Ih- w nror-nec- 1 .. . nrvyts mountain neaks general land iWf measurements te Insure accuracy In the new official V7, l ulled States. A. the l.anslt man places hi. nv rument ta posWo. men stretch the nteel tape aloni tha earrcct 11m Wa lha v On h1' g. low-W- " I wi.. Urt I. di. SCI wort ,t lUfvut 0i. - Tax Tokeu to Keep State Supplied p C,d, Mln'n(S p9mpany Lake City. him done 325 feet, of work since be- - r rrraMd m 111,466 tons from 101, 936 In May. In June, 1938, It totaicj uo,067 tons. j MUUcn. of m,V finning Its new development pro Tintic High School Band AMAZON CHAPEAU pram in April end Void it ion io Featured at Ute Stampede promltMir. esperlully nn the CI'Ql , l it Is reported by I J. i tbe d: ni final y company's envlneer. Iist Saturday, the He said Devidopment hy a 63 the Ute Stampede celebration at NV pbl tbe Tintic High SVhool band un- foot shaft and 47 foot crosscut In ths direction of Frank ! ima. tl south end of the proper v now mualcal liistrurtur, we tea- - closed such enrenrvrlng formations t (hi lured In tha artlyttle. They were that It was dee ded to chosen to lead Ihe festival during area at a demh of 6fl feet where n dlclon-the band demonsl rations, and need- - a 91 fird drift hn will be less to say they made a very good quartz beddinr. and llnued east In an e'fori to rroszeut lu tli afternoon tbs Tlntlc hand tho Crand Kent rat vein. On the Is going along with tho Delta drnm and bugle 40 level a 124 font drlft fi- cwpz, was cboKcn to play al the out after the Centennial Eureka race horsa meet, where the organl- - sure., this Inina a very Important ration played several selections Ail piece of development." The work is being done under In all the Tlntlc band made a very hv a rrrw or seven men. ron'ract favorable Impression at Ncphl. This year's l't Stampede came and Mr. Beeson reports that they to a dose Saturday Bight, li was are averaging four feet a day In two hen dines, probably the heal one so far, and It earh of the exfinances for cnnllnu-.- . To provide rrewd the to la safe say that the prnvram of development eei ded anything In the past. The Ing of Tlntlc Gold re- - work, the director v- - A not has yet rorimlHee Stampede the assessment, a levied have that ported but It la n good guess CamouTlajied from tha vision of 29 August second this fixing wns three-da- y year, celebration the big .mU.ilia Japanese machine gun and dme Beptemas the delinquent entertainth a aucces. both from this imaxon pictured Kwangsl nrrs, date. 27 aa sale the her A Des-- ment standpoint and financially. with a mauaer rifle, takes early les d-- 880 from 121.071 In May and 112,- 530 last year. Tl1 wor,d ,pfln,d copper output moved up to 173.205 tons from 179,- 573 May despite a drop In domei- 1Ip production, which declined to 61.- 713 from 68.536 In May. A year ago ' tax disappear at a been necessary rommlsslon to more of them ants supplied. One-mi- ll e tokens continue to rapid rate and It has for tbe state tax order aeveral million to keep Utah merch- The commission reported that tokens are disappearing at thn rate of about 6,000.000 a year. A million new onea were put Into circulation on May 22nd, a shipment of 2,000, 000 more were received Inst week and another 3,000,000 will arrive thl week. Blnre July 1, 1937, when Ihe law requiring the use of tokens went Into effect, the commission has purchased 33,520,000 of the one-mi- ll denominations and 3,530.00 of the five-mi- ll 1 denomination. It would be Impossible to enumerate th Tlntlc people who were at Ncphl on Thursday, Friday and Saturday taking In tha events on the Ute Btampede program for the retina that n hlg majority of the population wan down there Especially Is this true of .the. lust day Satur- day when Eureka was practically deserted. Thle was no doubt due to the fart that the mlnen were Rat working that day.