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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 November 1909

9 7f7fr J a 14 Something In some ad to A good ad of a good fur Weat1Is To4a51 day is in reality a mea Dished room finds a good IItah and I D ages W70znIaN sage to you tenant Salt r YoL InterMountain 16 No8 Republican SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY f NOVEMBER 11909 1 Price I 5 Cents The YoL Salt 157 lAke No Herald 61 61T MORt fRAUD BYPOLICE Man Given ThirtyDay Sen tence on Vagrancy Charge Tells How He Is Instructed to Register for the Election EVIDENCE AGAINST THE OFFICERS ACCUMULATING George Siade Recent Inmate of the Infirmary Says He Had No Intention of Voting Until Told to Register OTHER ARRESTS EXPECTED PRISONER MAKES AFFIDAVIT C I J F Larson am the Identlv < cal J F Larson who wa arrested > < OJ Oct 2 1909 on a charge of vagrancy < > 0 granc and sentenced Oct 16 un v < der the name of Earl 0 Clark to G 0 serve thirty days In the city jail 0 0 lln Oct 26 I was made an outside < > Co trusty by Jailer Nick Gulbransen 0 o and received permlseion to get a 0 c pal...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 November 1909

k J fi 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOVEMBER 11909 1 I WIDE BREACH IN AMERICAN RANKS Friends of Bransford Give Up Hope of Landing Him Again WORKING FOR COUNCILMEN EFFORT NOW APPEARS TO HAVE BEEN IN VAIN Inslgtiflcant looking splits In the mnks of the Atnericm party hoo wld cnw to breaches In the last two days which now Indicate the utter rout of thE Anrnrican party at this election and a corresponding Increase in the Repub 11ut majority for every man on the ticket The Americans as indicated In the campaign speeches of the last forty eight hours have given up all hope of electing J S Bransford for another term and they are centering their whole remnant of strength on the coun c11mmlc ticket with the vain hoe of retaining enough American party henchmen In the city council to em barrass James D Murdoch as mayor In their hope of maintaining control of the city council the Americans are ccuntlng on the continued support of F S Fernstrom who will hold over from the Th...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 November 1909

i 31 f 1ii = It l j t > JJI T i 110 p THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOVEMBER 11909 1 3 n L I HAPPENINGS IN UTAH TOWNI 1 Ogden News Otflce410 Twentyflfth street Circulation Department Z66 Twenty fifth Street GREAT PIPE LINE ABOUT FINISHED Mammoth Viaduct in Weber Canyon Is Practically Completed I i Special to The HeraldRepublican Ogden Oct 3lQgden citizens visited the camp of the J P ONe11 Construc tion company in Weber canyGn today as th guOgts of Mr and Irs ON ill The main object of the visit aside from partaking or the hospitality or Mr and Mrs ONelll was to view the mam moth pipe line that has just been com iletcd for the Utah Light Railway company The work on this pipe line has been in progress for over a year and vag practically finished only a few days ago There are yet a few odds and ends to finish which w11 require the serv ices of only a small part of the working force a couple of weeks This huge pipe is about a mile In hngth and over a half of it is ma...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 November 1909

t 1 l 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH ONDAY NOVEMBER 11909 THE SALT LAKE HERALD REPUBLICAN tHE INTERMOUNTAIN REPTJDLIOAN Established Feb 12 no i THE SALT IUtE IIEI1AJD Established June G 1870 Only Republican DIUy Newspaper In Salt Lake City Utah TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION DAILY AND SUNDAYOno month 75 cents one tear 800 SUNDAYOne year 200 UWEEKLYIn advance one year 150 six months 75 cents Subscribers wishing address ot paper changed must give former as well as present address All papers are continued until explicit order Is received to discontinue All arrearages must be paid In every case TUP91J ICOUCIL D LA w THE COUNCIL IS SAFENOW FOR THE MAYOR There is noW no doubt the Republican candidates for the councllthe men on the Republican fusion ticketwill bo elected tomorrow The council will not be American after the first of next January Give the new council a mayor in accord with It Elect James D Murdoch and let us have a city gov ernment united devoted to the best interests ot S...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 November 1909

I THE HERALDREPUBLJDAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOVEMBER 1 1909 5 EARTHQUAKE FELT 1 BY SEISMOGRAPH Record Left by Universitys In strument of Shock at Some Distance A well defined earthquake record which Is said to have been caused by a disturbance at a consIderable dls tanc was shown on the seismograph at the university here at 325 oclock Sunday morning Dr Fred J Pack of the university said Sunday that the nature of the record Indicated that the disturbance came from a considerable dIstance not being local So tar ns the record was con cerned it was much more Intense than that ot Oct 5 which resulted from a disturbance of a local character but this was to be expected as the disturb ances which occur at a distance pro duce a record much more Intense here than many which are nearer Several features make It possible to determine when the shock which pro duces the record takes place at a con siderable distance The record Indicat ed that the wave traveled from east to west or from west ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 November 1909

I 6 ThE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOVEMBER 11909 WhatsWhatinSPortsl COAST LEAGUE PENNANT FLYS AT FRISCO I TheSr ift ority All I the Time j L of Salt Lake ART OF HANDICAPPING RACE HORSES I CALLS FOR VERY FINE FIGURING How do the bookmakers know what odds to place on the horses In a race ThIs question was asked hundreds of timEs at the past race meeting In tile Ollowlng article on Handicapping 11 J eafsy one of the best posted hand 1 CalJpers In the business tells of tile In st1 figurIng done by bookmakers and shrewd players He says Handicapping Is a matter of common sense use of Items of racing The turf mathermtlclan can supply no flexible measure that can be applied to the field of horses Acquaintance with Individuals men and horses Is one of the keenest Iwms In handicappIng No turf student ran give an Idea of the liking of horses for the different kinds of soil or define human combinations Doth are matters of judgment and personal observation The disposition of th...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 November 1909

1 y 1 I JJ I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOVEMBER 11909 1 7 DISCARDS TWAINS 4I PICTURE OF LIFE Rev William Thurston Brown Says I Is Not So in Religion FOR WHAT DO YOU LIVE MINISTER DELIVERS THOUGHT STIRRING SERMON What Are You Lving For or A Adequate and Rational Purpo8 for Life was the mbJect ot a sermon by te Rev WIlliam Thurston Brown at Unity hal Sunday He said In part No man of modern tImes has better described the sort ot existence which faHs to the lot at unnumbered millions in thIs world than Mark Twain in the following words A myriad ot men are born they la bor and sweat and struggle for bred they squabble and scold and tight they scramble for little mean advantages lte men advantges over each other age creeps over them Infirmities follow shames and humi atons bring down their prde and their vanities those they love are ten from them and the joy at life Is turned to achIng grief The burden of pain care miser grows heavier year by year at length ambition ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 November 1909

I 8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOVEMBER 1 1909 FOR SALEREAL ESTATE FOR SALE HARRINGTON Good nearly new 10room pressed brick ouble house close In 4500 ot241O stable iz ace s In Mill Creek good water right and good land 1800 91t acres fine land primary water rlgh In lucern and under cultivation de sirablo location fenced small buildins UOOO wIll cut up One acre good land and 3room house 14th South 1200 1200 acrea close to city tS per acre Fve ures good land between 11th And 12th So streets good water right 100 160 acres up Emigration canyon plenty springs trees fish suitable for a sum mer resort 3500 A very nice new Iroom light brick modern house very dose In 3500 Fiveroom modern pressed brick with barn shade lawn cement walks lot 65x lW to alley 3500 Sixroom modern ZstOry brick with Y acre of land fine location 1200 Terms Specfalt < acres suitable for fruit and chicken ranch 14 mills from electric line large 2room brick house barn cel lar and outbuildings 5 ac...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 November 1909

I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOVEMBER 11909 9 I READ FOR PROFIT HeraldRepublican i USE FOR RESULTS I BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES THE LEWISLOWE CO Incorporated THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE BUSINESS CHANCE OFFICE IN THE STATE OF UTAH ti Floor Judge Bldg Phones 4UG MT AND PRESENT RECORDS IIl show YOU what we are doing and what we have done Not a lot of boasts of what we can and will do By actual count we have closed twothirds of all the deals that have been executed In Salt Lake In the past yean We have no competitors Now and then we have a straggling novice Imitator thats nIl Thy are here today and gone tomorrow Incompetent men are pressed Into eZV tea by grasping real estate firms to com pete with us and the life of their posi tions depends on their wIllingness to work without compensation a5 their wages are based on commissIons and 8S there are no commissIons there are no wages 1945000 were our gross sales during the current month and election tlma at that RIGHT DOWN IN NFoWHO...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 November 1909

I I 10 THE H RALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOVEMBER 11909 TAKES POISON TO ESCAPE SOLDIERS Mrs Caroline Hasre Swallows Deadly Drug and Is Eager to Die WRITES FAREWELL NOTE UNCLE SAMS BOYS SHOW PREDI LECTION FO3 HER SOCIETY Death soomed sweeter to Mrs Caroline Rasn who lives at 7i3 Roosevelt avenue than n life In which soldiers of the 1nlt ed Stats seem to be the pursuing Xem esls that has tortured her das and made ter an old womah In appearance at an ago when she should still be enjoying the bloom of youthfnlneIB Mrs Hasre who waC assaulted and threatened with death by V Lucas a soldier Saturday night swallowed polson at her home yesterday afternoon and only th timely arrival of a neighbor to pay a call prevented death resulting The wem an vas found In convulsions and a note held la her hand stated that It was her Intention to end a life ot sorrow and per secuHon Taken tc the Emergency hos pItal at the city jah Mrs Hasre was revived after about an tours attention The woma...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 November 1909

F THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH 1S r PARIS ALREADY IN 1 EXCITABLE STATE Mystery of the Death of Presi dent Faure Expected to Be Solved Paris Oct 31GrEat1 exceeding In public Interest the Dreyfus case the forthcoming trial of Mme Marguerite Stelnhell for the murder of her husband Adolpha Stelnhell and of her motherin law Mme Jap with Its promise or revelations concerning the sudden demise of the late Prstdent Faure of France Is the tOpiC of the hour In Paris The opening ot the celebrated action Is sched uled for Wednesday Nm 3 The indictment upon whIch Mme Stein hell Is to be tried recapitulates the ac tivities of the ParIs police for a year and a halt and In Its details It rivals any French detective story ever penned It suggests a motive for the crime In the Intense anImosity born her mother Inlaw Mme Jap3 by dime StEinhell and the lattEr evident wish to be freed from hr husband that she mIght WEd l Sa t S > su t yw a vpAf1Y r s 7Eld 1Ercs t aa IGNfD t 1 a Io 48m NESD...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 November 1909

12 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CiTY UTAH MONDAY NOVEMBER 11909 I I MINES AND MINING 1 II i COPPER SHOWING NOT WHOLLY BAD Domestic Consumption In creases 35 Per Cent Pro duction 20 Per Cent Ness York Oct 31Copper production In the unIted States for the current Ybar will be close to ltOOOOOOOO pounds By production Is meant the refinery output which Inc1ldes matte imported from Canada and Mexico and refined In the rnltpd States The corrected total of monthly deliveries Into domestic consump tion up to Oct 1 Is fJJ2314000 pounds and Exports are 509S6S17 pounds or total de lInorls for the nine months of 1012182817 pounds Stocks In the producers hands 13 of Jan 1 should show as nearly as cane forecast at the present time about 175 000000 pounds an increase for the year ot about 50000000 This Is on the basis that the remaining three months of the year show Exports up to the average of the first nine months and that the consump ton for the lust three months averages the comparatively low...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOVEMBER 11909 13 BIBLE NOT CAST I ASIDE BY CHURCH J Joseph W McMurrin Corrects an Opinion Prevalent Among Ignorant Critics PROMISE OF SCRIPTURES REVELATIONS AUTHORIZED BY THE WORD OF HOLY WRIT A brilliant discourse on the principles of Mormonism combatting the Idea prevalent among many ignorant per sons that the followers of this church have supplanted the old Bible with a new one made up of their own teach Ings was delivered Sunday at the tab Ernacle by Joseph W McMurrin one of the first seven presidents of the seven ties John R Winder first counselor m the first presidency called the meet ing to order and after the opening J rayer and anthems by the choir Pres ident McMurrln delivered his sermon He opened by saying that It was Im possible to benefit under the things of God unless we worship under his scrip tures and also pointed to the fact that the ordinary individual does not feel able of himself without the help and inspiration o...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 November 1909

R FL 14 ThE r HERALDREPUBLICAN t SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY eJ NOVEMBER 11909 J I L FALLS OUT WITH KItNG I 4 r 4frj j I rW Lg tJ > 3 v f I i tz i lir r f LJ j c therecelve Irs Keppel and to prepare also Thumas Lipton on the Ittt of Sir ufor the arrival later of the king Upon rlctur has just arrived on tmother Informing the novelist she declared sho luntmg pxpe dl tlon b ut 110 t thl s t I mewould rather leave the yacht than meet with the backing of King Edwaro whose lrs Keppel Much distressed Sir hown theThomas volunteered to disobey the king Is on lrtrait the latest one light Formerly the closest of frlendsbut th novelist dEparted Mrs Keppel the tlle lavti been parted by the spite onwarlng that Sir Thomas preferred Aecordingnovellst to her stirred Ul the king against tl1 lion Mr George Keppel whether while enthe baronet It Is a question told about London tJ a tory t1 taming his ohl frnd Marie Corelll Lipton will have the support of the Royal lift to Hf iiweiIst on his yaeht the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 2 November 1909

TTT s4T4r TAT2 THE METALS Weather Something 1n some ad to Teds 12 1 Silver 500 day IS in reality ames L I L Copper catlodes 1214o Ut and Pages age to you lit Lead Per 100 lbs 440 w Fnlr ° 1 InterMountain Republican SALT lAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 2 1909 Price 5 Cents The Vol151 Salt Lake No6 Herald 2 Yo 15 No g2 v REPUBLICANS ARE SANGUIN City Chairman Loofbourow Declares James D Murdoch Will Be Next Mayor and Other Republicans Will Win OTHER CHAIRMENMAKE I OPTIMISTIC FORECASTS SucQes ofthe publican Ticket Is Assured If the Vot ers Turn Ou ana Americans Do Not Cast Illegal Votes L4 All READY FOR THE FRAY BY FRED cc LOOFBOURDW RE PUBLICAN CITY CHAIRMAN The Republican party In Salt Lake Is closing one ot tIt JUoal lgllrQUS cam paIgns In Its history with an organiza tion of enthusla3t1c and energetlc work ers who are showIng their devotion to the Interests of Salt Lake and hfi Rqmb Jican party byflttthful and earnest work J A Edwards A H Peabody and George N Lawrence will be elected by ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 2 November 1909

I I 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 2 1909 ODEON IS PACKED AT GRAND RALLY Scandinavians Hear Governor Spry Senator Sutherland t and James D Murdoch I WELFARE OF THE CITY I SPEAKERS TELL HOW PREJU DICE IS INJURING BUSINESS Moe than n thousand men and women gathered at the OOOon hall on North Temple street last nIght at the Seandi navlan Republican rally marking one ot the most enthusIastic and largely attend ed rallies of any political party durIng the campaign And from th mannr In which they cheered James D lurduh who was referred to as our neat jnayur there was little doubt left as to the po Itlcal beliefs of the voters who packed the hall Abl01ute proM of the falsity of the claIms of the CItizensDemocratic lead ers that the Republican party has always refused to aid In a fusIon movement was mad by Governor Vllliam Spry in 11 stirring address for peace In Utah In n masterful presentation of some of the Issues of the preaedt campaign Hp re Irrd to the election...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 2 November 1909

HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 2 1909 3 I I HAPPENINGS UTAH TOWNS 1 I Ogden News Offlce410 Twentyoflfth street Circulation Department 366 Twenty fifth Street fiNDS COMRADE DYING FROM AN OlD WOUND BnIlet Which Lodged Near the Fron tal Bone Alleged Cause of Hemorrhage Special to The HoraldRepubllcan Ogden No IHad It not been that Fred Hollingsworth had occasion to re turn to his room last night forn change ot cuffs Jlllam Stevenson would very likely have died In hiB room alolle Stennson and Hollingsworth were room Ing together and last tight at about 9 oclock Holllngworth returned to the room to gt a change of cuffs when he found his roommate on the floor In an un conscious cordltion struggling madly for his life Dr Powers was immediately Munmoned and he rendered what aid he could hut It Va > all to no avail as death liI its grasp UllOn the young man and t tSPd away a fw hours later at the lll8pital At soon as the ph sielan made an ex I ruination he pronounced it ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 2 November 1909

2 > 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 2 1909 TILE SALT LAKE HER LD REPUBLICAN THE INTERMOUNTAIN REITmLICAN Established Feb 12 19IH lnE SALT LAKE HERALD Established June G 1810 Only Republican Daily Newspaper In Balt Lake CIty Utah rEnm OF SUBSCRIPTION DAILY AND SUNDAYOne month 76 cents one year 800 6UNDAYOne year 200 IWEEILYIn advance one year 150 six months 76 cents SubscrIbers wIshing address 01 paper changed must gIve former as well as present address All papers are continued until explicIt order 1s receIved to dIscontInue All arrearages must be paid In every case II TIDESIJ B t COUNCIL it I TIME FOR THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE I This Is the day when the good people at the city have an opportunty to make their declaration ot in dependence There Is a secret ballot and they can go Into the booth and declare themselves without anyonein the world knowIng how they have voted And It is time for them to say by their vote what they have been saying with their ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 2 November 1909

= < THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 2 1909 5 I N tw a E JT iJhlf oI hj I JASTORIA S i I For Infants and Children H i 1Ifi lf The Kind You Have hiei t I I G tIt I Un l pdp = = IrCOZ d I = = i Always Bought JP I ALCOHOL 3 rER ENT ices i A1egelalllePm ion rAs lmllatingl1lCFoOlfamlRetua B ears t h e fei 1U1 t Ill C SlOmadIs and ow SOf oGfn Q d I I I Signature H I Promotes DigesiionIFaeffid of j CI I nessandRestConlalnsncittl a ii OpiwuHorphiltc nor1acraL u9J d NOT NARCOTIC I Ii QDIOlJIJrrf xa21P11igR i N I I t Sml gitA I ilili i xMtSdlt AtftlUla 1 In I ii < i vIr JtStt c 1 JfO llfQllOricatJrdQi ItxaS ed i i CIi Cf tlSutJato i Na Ic v I JIJJtJtftttITImo ti U S e Q ApcrfedRemedy for Cansfljla 4 < I Non Sour StomachDlarri ° a i8 8 Q g r WormsCoffi1l1sionsfmnslt ne3sarulLoSSOFSLEEP F 0 r 0 V e r dp r FacSmtile attire or x1rbg l b Thirty Years NEW YORK SpOG tTrA I t YORKCASTO RIA 023 uarantee un r eFo a Exact Cop of Wrapper THE CETAUR co Maav NEW YORo CITY > ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 2 November 1909

I I I 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 2 1909 I i l Mines and Mining Stocks I OLD PANACA MINE TO YiElD UP GOLD New Company Will Build Mill to Treat Ores by Cyanid ing Process The old Panaca mine In Chief district near Pioche has been taken over by a syndicate composed or Ernest A Hedges William Lloyd and John R Cook or Pioehe and H W Rand of Portland Ore with the btention of forming in operat Ing company to be known as the Golden Chief Mining Cyaniding company Building at once of a mill of fifty tons u day capacity Is to be undertaken forth with by the new company The Panaca mine Is a strictly gold proposition Its ores being similar to those of the Consolidated Iercur mine of Utah wltl the exception It Is said that the gold valuog are considerably higher that wherEa the average contents of the ner ftr ores are around 4 a ton that of the Panaca ores If close to 750 a ton Attempts made In the past to work thc Panaca mine have not been profit able on account of th...

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