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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 March 1905

I TRXJ TH. 113 jl 1 L Lawyer's Directory. I III For handy reference, Truth prints 1 Vm .he list of Salt Lake's practicing M hwyers, with their addresses. If any M names are omitted, or If there are any ; fl errors In tho list, corrections and ad- ditions will be made on receipt of notl- : jB fication. B AHnms Thos. 720 McCornlck Block. ffirson, J. R.-E8 Hooper Block. fi tSSeraon T. J.-5S Hooper Block. I SSal. I T72Dosa Nubble Bldg. Kvn.Chas.-74Com'l -Block. B '"es, A. R.-212 S. Main. Dennett & BIeror-103 S. Main. B Bird W II. 400 Scott-Strevell Bldg. B Booth Lee & Ritchie 500 Auerbach. B Boswell, Wm. 401 McCornlck Block. B Dotkin Theo. 153 Keith Building. B Bowdlo, J. R 82 Com'l. Block. Bowman, J. M.-431 D. F Walker. B Boyd C. W. 604 McCornlck Block. H Bradley & Rischel 300 Atlas Block. B Braffct, M. P. 517 Dooly Block, fl Bramel, W. II. 401 Auerbach Block. H nreeden & White 311 D. F. Walker. 1 Brothers, M. R. 69 Com'l. Block. Vf Brown, Arthur 212 S. Main. in Brown, ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 March 1905

14 TRUTH. PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP I NOTICES. ji (Consult County Clerk or respec- i tlvo signers for further Information.) D. II. WENGEIl, Attorney, I' Commercial Block. ! ; In the District Court, Probato Divl- li slon, In and for Salt Lako County, I Stato of Utah. H In tho matter of tho cstato or Bon- "' jamln M. Ilarman, deceased. Tho petition of Ann P. Ilarman, ad- mlnlstratrlx of tho cstato of Benjamin i M. Ilarman, deceased, for confirmation ijfl of tho salo of tho following described $ personal property, to-wlt: On fanning mill, ono low wagon, I, J ono binder, ono plow, household goods, fA ono drill, ono roller, ono scrapor, three ' horses for tho sum of $283. January 25, 1005, to Chas. McKob ! bin, flvo holfors, fifteen cows for tho ) sum of $175. February 10, 1905, to Ed. Smith, three horses for tho sum of $150. i I February 17, 1905, to Bailey & SonB, ; 900 lbs. I.ucorn seed for tho sum of I $' February 17, 1905, to S. F. Potorson. I n two shnrcs Implement Company stock...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 March 1905

if -- TRUTH. 15 Vm V? im whereby tho first parties convoyed to 'eft I B The second party all of the real estate ,ri El and water rights hereinafter de- r IB scribed, to secure tho payment of two fre ' certain promissory notes of oven date n , ml therewith In the sum of ono thousand ?! M dollars ($1,000) each, executed by mm said Peter Fransden, and payable to .'e HI the order of said Greeno, with Interest 7 H coupons of same date In tho sum of . ; H forty dollar (?40) each, and whereas t B it was provided In said deed that In ti H case of default for more than twenty iv HI days In payment of Interest, tho hold- H ers of said note at their election ote. mm should declare tho whole of said notes, ioo B principal and Interest, duo at onco at iaT- HE iere option, and whereas tho inter- y fH est on ono of said notes duo May 1, till j9q Ig stji ,U0 and unpaid and the i Hf Interest on each ' of said notes due to HJ November 1, 1004, Is still duo and un- nce HJ (j( nn(i Whereas the holders ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 March 1905

' 16 TRUTH. l! BEE 1ft - I I Would You Like toT I Hj Make a Small Investment that may H 1 Win a Home? I lffi, , The time to buy mining stock is when a mine is being developed, and H IB! 1 1 when you can get in on the GROUND FLOOR, not after it has commenced H Hi !' We have been authorized for ten days to sell 50,000 shares of the stock of H jj- The Utali-Golflfield Mining Company 1 j R j upon the INSTALLMENT PLAN, at the regular price of Six Cents a share, B Wmffl payable One Cent per month. jH Wm j The UTAH GOLDFIELD MINING COMPANY has 11 claims in two fiHr ' different sections of the wonderful Goldfield Mining District, one of which H mm ' ,; adjoins the famous Sandstorm Mining Company's ground, the vein of which H ' H j bas begun to show gold values. The Sandstorm Mining Company's vein H i ' averages 10 feet in width, with values as high as $3,000 a tony and is producing H H' i , over $100,000 a month. The remainder of the Utah-Goldfield Mining H T ' ., Company's claims are on th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 March 1905

a !1 B Vol. 4; No. 26. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MARCH 11, 1905. Pkicis 5 Cunts II iKUbbI I UTAH WORLDS FAIR MUDDLE K Tho investlagtlon of the affairs of H the Utah World's Fair commission this B week and the visit of tho special com f mltteo of tho legislature has not dls Hj closed any great amount of Irregular! HE ties beyond those which have been Be fastened on tho ox-secretary, John Q. H Cannon. Tho affairs of tho commls- IH slon, It has been disclosed, were con H ducted In a somewhat loose manner, IH but nothing has been brought to light H which shows that there were any H frauds with the exception of those 1 charged to Mr. Cannon. The absence B of vouchers for money paid out is not, 13 under the condltons, evidence that H there was fraud. Tho work of erect K ing tho Utah building at the fair, and B getting the exhibits in place had to bo fl done with a rush, in order to get the exposition completed in time. On ac- count of tho haste, not only in regard H to Utah, but as to tho oth...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 March 1905

2 TRUTH, 11 Santa Fc. Plaintiff sued for damages fc. caused by water during the flood In I Kansas City In 1903. A car of broom corn was damaged by tho flood, and at the trial of tho action tho railroad pleaded that It could not ho held Hahlo for damago by "an act of God." Plain tiff maintained tho defendant had warning of the flood and did not move tho car, and hence was Hahlo and this contention, held good In tho lower court, was sustained by tho superior court. Tho court hold that It Is tho duty of a common carrier, when goods aro dolivcrcd to It for shipment, to promptly forward them, and if it falls to do so it Is liable. Indiana lias passed a bill establish- Ing a railroad commission, which will BV supervise railway tariffs and has iBr power to fix reasonable) rates, whero I tho railroads thomselvcs neglect to 1 provide such reasonablo rates. Kansas i Is enacting somo very drastic leglsla- i tion in tho way of rate bills; Mlnne- BH ' ' sota has a bill reducing passenger K rates...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 March 1905

It TRUTH. 3 ' HI . . v M Knew Nothing of Alcohol. if . I who North "American Indian is ono I I , tha few savages who havo never Si 1 iSeJ an alcoholic stimulant. and Polyandrlc Race Dying Out. ' to W Tho race of Todas, In India, which ' re- practices polyandry (ono wife- having s.- H P" 0. moro husbands), which was H 100 000 strong a century ago, has kindled to 101 persons. K Causes of Earthquakes. I There aro many earthquakes which LH there Is reason to suppose havo been l M caused by tho.30 sheering movements H 0f the rocks which produce what go- Lwm 00gy terms faults. Others are known & which appear to havo been caused by JLm the sudden dropping or fall of a con- jH slJcrablo tract of tho earth's surface B with the underlying rocks of great, mm but unknown, thickness. In such H cases largo areas of tho surface, moro B than 100 miles square in extent, sud- 3. B denly sink, causing tho earth to trem- .. Jkm bio many hundreds of miles away. 1 Importance of Prompt Action. "Now," ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 March 1905

i!pfV truth. "I &7 "'j IN THE SOCIAL REALM. Mrs. Edith Knowlton lias gone to ! J; California. h Jt it j't ', . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Horning enter- J ; talned at dinner Monday evening. . Mrs. J. A. Miner has gone to Call H , fornla for a visit of a month or two. H Jt Jt I J'.'v i Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard W. Reed are I ;,' spending the season at Atlantic City. li M f; 1 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Weir are back Lf 1 from a short visit with friends in Den- ".'' vcr. ' I ( Mrs. Richard Stringley and Miss R i . Stringley have gone for a visit in the H f, south. j. ' - J '.' I Mrs. Emanuel Kahn will shortly bo n J at homo at fid East- Second Soutn I j street. m ' ';-' - Captain Briant Wells has succeeded ,-,! Captain Madden as adjutant at Fort Hi ' Douglas. 1 jt it H'4.'., Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Quigley li ' ' left Monday for Now York and Palm '"I., Beach, Fla. fi;r. , it , Mrs. John C. Cutler, Jr., gave a L'J.i - Kensington at her homo on 13 street li'i! Thursday afternoon. r ' ;, , v ' ' Mr. and ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 March 1905

I T R U 5 rB ! SENATOR CLARK'S HOUSE. Tho following from the current num ber of Collier's is self explanatory: -Wo attacked Senator Clark's house some weeks ago on grounds which i,pre and there have not been precisely oniprehended. Under the sclntillat fne title of 'Collier's Weekly Venom,' n sheet printed In Helena, Montana, bearing tho amusing titlo of 'Indepen dent' comes to the senator's rescue. Its ratiocination is something almost as weird as its use of English. 'It docs not matter whether tho eastern editors like either Senator Clark or his house, but it would bo a token of their fairness and intelligence if they would display a descent appreciation of tho man by his achievements alone.' Wo can understand that sentence, al though we fail to construe It. Mon tana, tho sheet alleges, 'admires Sen ator Clark, 'not as a millionalio; not as a famous character, -not, perhaps, as a senator' so far,- so good. We agree with tho 'Independent' Wo do not admire him for his fame, which wo...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 March 1905

: 6 TRUTH. f jL i. ADDITIONAL SOCIAL NOTES. Hj 1 J. S. Cameron lias gone cast to bo IHj B away for somo time. bbbi I Hf 1i Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Price havo moved H . and are now at 281 Seventh street. H i jt Bjjj Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pearl enter- BHl ;i b talned at dinner Thursday evening. BBj j wt & B , Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Kerr have moved BH if and are now at homo at 734 East First BBJ i South street. m n j David 13. Hurloy and F. G. Schramm j "ff! hhvo returned from a trip to the So- BBj' i'! clcty Islands. B, . Roscoo M. nrccden has gone for a BBW ' visit of a month in Chicago, Clncln- BBB' '' nati and Pittsburg. BBBBBB BBm j PBH J ' The Misses Georgia and Pearl Sav- BB ill ngo entertained tho Sewing club BBJ' f Thursday afternoon. H' , Tho girls of tho Gamma Phi so- BBff f clety gavo a danco at the U. of U. BBW ' , museum building Friday evening. B- ' Mrs. Hanaucr and Miss Hanaucren- BBYj tertalncd nt luncheon Thursday in BJBi ,- ( ' compliment to Mrs. Joseph Young. HK ) I? is Bi ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 March 1905

I TRUTH " fm " Ij WOR' OF THE LEGISLATURE. th If Early In Jnnnury a gentleman con- ld If nected with one of the offlces In the ie 11 clty nmi county building, who was so II situated that ho could got on the in- s 1 1 side of matters political, was retained ' I by Truth to give close attention to tho I work of the legislature, with instruc- I, lions to write, at the close of tho ses- e I sion a series of letters giving his views and opinion on the work done. d While Truth does not endorse all I the expressions in these letteis, they I are well worth consideration, espec- f I lally hy Republicans. ' Editor Truth: ' Early In December last rumors were 8 B flying tlllck and fast around tho vari- 0 H ous Itepublican camps that a small 2 H coterie of Republicans Intended to se- 3 H cure the enactment of legislation that '" H would removo all state boards from r H office, so that new ones might be ap ,' H pointed by tho Incoming governor; H that the object of such legislation was 1 B to rem...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 March 1905

r TRUTH. 1 i TRUTtt H i , H Issued Weekly by HI; IB Truth Publishing Company. H . H Western Nowspaner Union Hulldlric, 211 BB I II South Wost Toinplo Street, BB. a Salt Lalio Ulty. IK:B John W. Hugh,EdltornndManagT H I Enterod Juno 10, 190), at Snlt Lake City, Utah I I no second-class mattor under net of Concross Hji I of March !1, 1870' B ! I Torms of Subaorlptlon. HI ONB YKAU In ndraiioo) $2.00 Hi' I SIX MONTHS (In oilvutico) 1W BB I THKKB MONTHS (In advance) W I J ! Poatinagtorssaiidliiesiihscrlptlons to TRUTH B ;a ' mny retain 2.1 per cent of Kiil)iori)tlon prlco Hi 1, ns commission. HJ I ' If the paper la not doslrod beyond tho date BB ; , Bllbsorlbod for, tlio publication should lie BBj . i ! i uotitlod by letter two weaks or moro beforo BB' i tho term expires. hbb - H .! Discontinuances. H i ;i IlBinember that tho publisher must be not- ji. : Hed by lotter wlinn a aubsorlbor wishes ililt BBjf ' papar stopped; all arrears must be paid In Hn i "'' Hh i' ! ,! Uoi"ettsof subsorlb...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 March 1905

1 TRUTH. 9 it. II CHATTER. byt H rvxtns:ix S I in a recent issue of the Now York World appears a heartrending tale of d 1 devotion on the part of a thirteen- 1 I ycar-old boy. He actually starved he 1 himself to death that his mother, who in I was nursing a bahy, might live. Abra- k I ham Koudos was the name of this la I little hero, and the story of his life .o- and sufferings is one that deserves nd JE more than passing recognition, be- ke hjl causo in It may bo read the overlast- as ing shame and disgrace of so-called T- Christian New York. The lad tried In H to make a living by soiling papers, but se H was not a success at it, dlsopslng of to H not moro than thirty cents worth each H day on which sum ho and his mother 110 M and tho baby lived. Ho struggled 'V manfully, did this little Hebrew chap, ig- denied himself lunch and ate sparlng- n- I ly each meal, that nls mother and t I baby sister, horn ono week before Its I father's death, might live. Nature ro- ,e" fused to bo sati...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 March 1905

j !, ! io TRUTH. ' I ' TJ11T n'fl MILITARY IliLD 0 BAND H A S. ZIMMERMAN MANAGER I.' Grand Cbcanc H - '?' TOMORROW t I SUNDAY f VENING CONCERT I - MME. FERANZY TAYLOR H 1 SOPRANO , ; "Come Pack Dearest Heart" .... Phelps H, Waltz Song : MISS GORRINNIE HARRIS H,' I SOPRANO i ' , ' "The Wreath You Wove" Cole I LITTLE MISS FORDYCE "The Sweetest Dirl in Dixie" H TICKETS ON SALE , ALL' DAY SATURDAY I .; 40-PIECES-40 M ,j " AMUSEMENTS. H H , Salt Lake Theatre "Mother Goose," MM niatlnco today, perfor'mnnco tonight. H J, Grand Theatre "From lings to 1 Illchcs," mutlnco today, performance j- I tonight. H Utnlinu Theatre Hollnod vnudo- MM vlllu, afternoon and evening. ( J & H H' ; Coming Attractions. '.. Salt Lnko Theatre Margaret Anglln MM1, , ')' In "Zlrn." March 10-17. I(' ; 'I Grand Theatro Harry Corson :-!',' Clnrko, week of March lllth. ',''' ' H' ' (' When Klaw and Hrlanger llrst gn"u H' ', us tho million dallnr spectacular of- If' ,', fects In "13on Ilur" nnd a bunch of H twenty-...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 March 1905

r TRUTM 11 I !A local theatrical writer, in one or ,Mt Sunday's papers, speaking of wniiilo Adams, says: "It seems only Srday that sho was a child." As IT.S3 Adams Is In her thlrty-thlrd year Sruel to dlvulge!-l wonder who Is the man with the "long memory" on he aforesaid paper. If a quarter of a century Is to him only a matter of vMtorday, I suppose fifty years would be day hefore yesterday. How old is the fellow, anyway? Margaret Anglln will play a special pneagement at the Salt Lake theatre next Thursday and Friday, March 1G 17 Miss Anglln appeared last Mon day in the cast in a now emotional drama, entitled "Zira," the joint prod uct of Hartley Manners and Henry Miller. "Zira" Is described as a strong emotional drama, offering a part especially fitting Miss Anglln's dramatic temperament. Tho atmos phere of tho play calls for smart gowns among tho ladies and luxuri ous stage fittings. In the company are Miss Gwendolyn Vallentlno, Miss Blancho Stoddard, Miss Eleanor Blake, Mrs. Whi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 March 1905

Km ; ! 12 TRUTH. f j l, ' ', FEEDING ATIIMALS IN WINTER. H Squirrels and Rabbits Most Quickly H) . j Become Pets. H ,' j i 8 Of the animals that wo can coax H ' ! j about our houses, tho gray squirrels H ' I If becomo irost friendly. Put nuts In H : ' 1 convenient places and thoy will mnkG H ' ) ) X frequent trips for supplies, but only H " ' I on comI'nravcly mild days will they Hiw I remain long outsldo their comfortablo H( I winter quarters, whero they usually H , lmve plenty of food stored. H ', II In Central park, Now York, tho H , , j 1 gray squirrels liavo becomo so accus- H ' I tomed to being fed that thoy lmvo to H , n great extent, given up storing food, H i and rely chiefly on what they can H' ' I pick up each day. Hod squirrels can H' ' ' bo coaxed by means of food, but thoy H 8 aro very qucstionnblo fellows; in fact, H t l tho general opinion is decidedly H' , ' i against them, owing to their partial- Hj ' j lty for eggs nnd young birds. Chip- H munks lilbomato in their...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 March 1905

TRXJXH- 13 i'I Lawyer's Directory. For handy reference, Truth prints S list of Salt Lake's practicing aLrs, with their addresses. If any lames are omitted, or If there are any errors In the list, corrections and ad ditions will bo made on receipt of noti- Sma"' Thos. 720 McCornlck Block. ! n J R.-58 Hooper Block, tt on' T. J -58 Hooper Block ndTrnnr S P. 123 Com'l. Bloc? St&Bierer-lC3S. Main, nirf I W H-400 Scott-Strevell Bldg. nooth Leo & Ritchie 500 Auerbach. noswell Wm.-401 McCornlck Block. Sn Theo.-153 Keith Building. Bowdto, J. B.-82 Com'l. Block. Bowman, J. M.-431 D. F. Walker, novd C W.-604 McCornlck Block, nradley & Rischel 300 Atlas Block, nraffet, M. P.r-517 Dooly Block, nramel W. H. 401 Auerbach Block, eden & White311 D. P. Walker. Brothers, M. R 69 Com'l. Block. Brown, Arthur 212 S. Main. Brown, H. C 516 Progress Bldg. Browne, T. E. 26 Com'l. Block. Buckle G. C 502 McCornlck Block. Cannon, Irvine & Snow 514 Temple ton. Casey, A. W. 95 Com'l. Block. Ch...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 March 1905

.4 X R. U T ML I I Court, in Salt Lake City, Salt Lako ,, ' County, Utah. . , Witness tho Clerk of said Court with In tho seal thereof affixed this 1st day B of March, A. D 1905. 1 81 (Seal. J. U. ELDREDGE, JR., I Dy V. II. FARNSWORTH, B Deputy Clork. I , ft C. M. NIELSEN, Attorney for po H tltloner II A. S. Fowler, Attorney. I 218 S. Main St. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. , I Estate of Henry A. Lowls, deceased. : ,'H Creditors will present claims with U vouchers to tho undersigned at 218 If, South Main street, Salt Lako City, ' 'fl Utah, on or before tho 15th day of 1 f July, A. D. 1005. - I ARTHUR F. BARNES, : ; l Administrator of tho cstato of Henry ' I A. Lewis, deceased. ! ; Alexander S. Fowler, Attorney. if A. J. WEBER, Attornoy. j Atlas Block. , ! NOTICE. if In tho District Court, Probato Di , I ! vision, In and for Salt Lako County, 'f1 ' Stato of Utah. jjijl In tho matter or tho cstato of Wll ,i llnm Kahlert, deceased. Notice. ji Tho petition of Louis Hoboln, ad I minlstrator of tho...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 March 1905

I TRUTH. 15 I al EUGENE LEWIS, Attorney, II Commercial Block. 3 II NOTICE OF SALE UNDER DEED B II OF TRUST. -d II Notice Is hereby given by Eugene ni iwis trustee under a certain deed e I nf trust wherein Peter Fransden and l'4 I Tine Fransden, his wlfo, are parties e, I of the first part or grantors, the said 'y I Lewis Is second party or grantee, and eh frederlck W. Greene Is third party or -i I henellclary, bearing date of Novem i I ber 23rd, A. D. 1903, duly acknowl-a- edeed and which was recorded at e. Dage 94 of Book "P" of Mortgages of c- I Emery county, Utah, registry of deeds. ad I whereby the first parties conveyed to to K the second party all of the real estate m- B and water rights hereinafter do In scribed, to secure the payment of two H certain promissory notes of even date er H therewith In the sum of one thousand er H dollars (?1.000) each, executed by t!6 H Ead peter Fransden, and payable to m H the order of said Greene, with Interest to IB coupons of same date in t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 March 1905

J 16 T R U T H - 1 I llGo.dfie.d-Guerc.0 B J ! Stock in the I Hi I Goldfield-Guerdon Mining Company I Hf j! has been raised to I 1 THREE (3) CENTS A SHARE I I ;; and will be again advanced in the near future I l IMPORTANT STRIKE IN GOLDFIELD GROUP I HK ,)i". Special to The Tribune: entirely distinct group from the one teen feet, the average values holding I R " Goldflcld, Fob. C Ono of the most Including the January. Lessees there at about the above figure. From ap- flj H j Importnnt strikes In the history of the have opened a ledge from four to five pearances an important producer has H K .' - district has boon made on tho Cracker- feet in width that is all shipping ore. been developed in a section of the dls- B l ' . ' jack claim, of a group In tho northern Tho average value of tho ore shoot Is trlct that has not heretofore contained H H 1 1 r section of tho camp belonging to tho probably better than $300 per ton. The a shipper. It is in this particular that H HO I Goldfiold Minin...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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