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! The Sait Lajoj Tribune: Mo2stay Mokntcstg, March 28, 1904,
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I TWO IRRIGATION
Lift PUNS FOR IDAHO
MA Payetto and Snake River Projects
Mean the Reclamation of 500,
1 1 000 Acres of Land.
: BY A. F. PHILIPS.
I . Trihuno Bureau, ")
' National Hotel. V
; A WASHINGTON. D. C, March L7. j
; A great irrigation project Is soon to bo
; launched In Idaho and in Boiso. The
, Payetto project Is one In which DOO.dOO
; acres of land on tlie Payetto river will
; r be reclaimed. It la understood that tho
', proposal has been Indorsed by tho engl-
C " neera of the reclamation service, and Is
. . now ready to be submitted to the Secre
j ; tary of the Interior for approval. That
! ; this will follow there is HtUo doubt.
! Senator Dubois has been a strong advo-
! cute of this proposal, as also of the Mlnl-
ITj ' doka project on the Snako river. Tho lat
R ter Involves 140,000 acres. Tho Senator
Ik went over tho ground of both projects
II . last summer with tho chief of tho rccla
D - inatlon service. Mr. Newell, and with
IE-. Messrs. Savage and Ross. Both plans
WL liavo his approval.
H Tho Casey act conflicts with tho na-
H ttonal Irrigation law, and with theso two
IV plans, but It Is understood that tho Gov
eminent will not allow nnythlng to stand
in the way of legitimate enterprlso on
W- the reclamation of land, and that any
K- claim if good will bo adjudicated after
H Both of theso schomcs mean much for
IB' Tdaho and will bring thousands of set
K. ilcrs Into tho State.
K Mrs. Lydla Adams Williams, late of
IK Salt Lako, now of Novnda, la hero, hav
CK ing passed tho civil service examination
fgK Xor a departmental position with high
BE ' lionors. Senator ICcaniH Is endeavoring
to secure a place for her in tho classified
H: ccrvlco of the Department of Commerce.
Hr Former Mayor F. S. Browning of Ogdcn
K lis here on a brief visit.
M.! Senator Kearns appeared beforo tho
m- Commissioner of Pensions to advocate an
JCf increase of pensions for Mrs. Dolores
"Watts of Salt I,nk and for Thomas Mari-
nix of Park City, for an increase of pen
W nion from JS to $1S.
E Congressman Howoll has filed with the
B; "Postofflco department additional rrcom
I" ar.cndatlons In behalf of Sarah H. Taylor
to bo postmaster at Kayavlllc, Utah,
i Star service with box delivery and col-
jr lection has been ordered established be
tween Plnohurst nnd Sweot, fourteen
miles and bock, twice a wsck from May
t 1st to October 31st and once a week tho
residue of the year. John W. Flnchor of
'. Plnehurat is contractor at $2)3 per year.
Special service on this route will be dis
continued April Sth.
William McLean has boon commissioned
Dostmastcr at Bordeaux, Wyo.
Senator ITcyburn's bill regarding the
Coeur d'Aleno reservation, which has
papned the Senato and Is now beforo tho
House, provides: "That there bn appro
priated, out of any money in tho treasury,
not otherwise appropriated, tho sum of
SC.OOO, for tho survey and subdivision of
, a portion of tho Coeur d'Aleno Indian
reservation In the State of Idaho, and of
1 lands to bo allotted to the Indians thcre-
I on, tho amount so expended to be relm-
bursablo from tho proceeds of lands of
j . uald reservation when sold."
Margaret H, Harrison has been ap
' t pointed postmaster at Costlo Gate, Utah,
vice Helen B. Ball, resigned.
I ?Lebn Q. Bcdnark has been appointed
1 jjiostmastcr at Toana, Elko county, Neva-
I fla, vlco H, C. Fcrnstermaker, deceased.
I COUNCILMAN'S SON CUT
IN BACK OF THE NECK
Mayor's Appointmenss Are Turned
Down by Members of the City
Encclnl to The Tribune.
LOGAN", Utah, March 27. Thomas H.
Smith, Jr., son of Councilman Thomas H.
rSmlth of this city, was tho victim of an
ugly knife wound in the neck last even
ing, a result of which ho Is lying almost
helpless from weakness and loss of blood.
The quarrel started In ono of the saloont
between Smith and a young man named
Richardson, who has not been In the city
long. Smith was choking Richardson,
when the latter took his knife from his
pocket and caught Smllh In the back of
the neck, cutting him severely, leaving
wounds In neck, car and face. Smith
Is resting easily and will recover. Rich
ardson now has quarters in tho city Jail.
Another six Inches of enow, followed by
freezing weather, brings us winter again.
This season has been a record-breaker In
Its deposit of the beautiful.
' United States Marshal B. B. lleywood
was here yesterday to subpoena Joseph
Wilson of Logan and Robert Reeder of
Hyde park as jurors for the Federal court
in Salt Lake City.
i The marriage market continues active.
, Clerk Larscn has granted the following
permits: Hugh Eekerslcy, ago Jl, of
Richmond, to NolHc Smith, age 19, of
Smlthlleld; John Kendrlck, age 19. of
Providence, to Susannah Jones, age 18, of
tho same place; Marlnus Jepsen, age 21, to
Anna C. Hansen, ago ID, both of Mink
Creek; IL P. Rasmussen, ago ZG, of Cleve
land, Ida., to Christina Yonker, age 27, of
Preston, Ida.: Niels Jensen, age 21. of In
dependence, Ida., to Helena R. Hansen,
go IS, of the same place; Ham. M. jlmi
boi). age 22, to Emma Jcuson, age 24, both
of independence, Ida.
Tho Wellsvlllo East Field Irrigation and
Canal company has filed cult In the First
District court against the Hyrum Irriga
tion company. The complaint alleges
that plaintiff built a canal from the LlUtle
Muddy river in 1&5, from which water
nmounting to about forty-five feet was
taken, and was then and has sinco been
used in Irrigating some- 2t0 acres of land.
Further, that In 1002 and 1S03 the defend
ant built a canal above tho Wellsvlllo
water ditch, and brought into it a largo
; amount of water owned by the Wellsvlllo
citizens. Suit Is entered to adjust matters
; and determine tho rights of both parties.
After a fruitless effort to reach Rich
cojnty. Judge Charles II. Hart nnd Dis
trict Attorney Frank K. Nobeker liavo re
turned to Logan. Thuy started for lMeh
county to open tho appointed session of
court next Monday. Upon reaching
I2vanslon they found It Impossible to get
1ft tram to go over the road, the recent
spell of weather rendering tho road Im
passible. Tho session of court was post
poned Tho City Council met last evening in
sptclal session to receive and consider the
appointments of the Mayor for the three
now offices recently created superintend
ent of electric light, policeman and cow
catcher. Tho mtutlng started out to be
ono of the most partisan In the history of
the Council, but wound up with a general
nilx-up. In which Democrats voted with
Republicans and Republicans with Demo
crats. The first matter up was the superintend
ent of electric light. The Mayor prescnt
t - Mc name of E. R. South for first choice
ifiul Joel Rlcko as second choice. lJoth
rfti i ptn aro Republicans. Councilman Hutch
nw, opposed Mr. South nnd accused the Re
:aBJ publican party of bringing the plant into
: oW politics.
John W. Crawford mildly Indorsed Mr.
C South. The vote resulted In a tic. four
'jlH Republicans and one Democrat voting for
3fK 1 endfthrco Democrats and' two. Republicans
v&flu ' 1
Happenings of a Day in UtahTj
TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, J
'MS5 Waahlngton "'JCCP0
CHANGES TO BE MADE
IN OGDEN'S "POLICE FORCE
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN", March 27. Important changes
are said to be contemplated in tho police
department on April 1st. It is understood
ihdk tho Police committee of tho Council
on Monday idght will make a recommend
ation to tho olfect that an eight-hour
schedule be put in force, and that a patrol
wagon be Installed. The recommenda
tions of the committee will bo adopted.
It Is rumored that a cut In the forco is
Mill I I f-H -r-HHH--H-
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Don Magnirc. X
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Perhaps no name In tho "West is moro
familiar to the students nf mineralogy
than that of Don Magulrc of Ogden. Mr.
Magulro Is considered one of flic most
expert Judges on mineral! In the Inter
mountain country. Ho Is particularly well
known to Tribune readers through the
man excellent articles which ho has con
tributed to it In past years.
Mining men from all parts of the globo
who contemplate Investing their money In
Western mines have railed upon Mr. Ma
gulrc for his opinion beforo risking an in
vestment. At present Mr. Maguire Is developing a
claim just north of Ogdcn, which prom
ises good results.
Tho hearing of J. J. Shepherd, charged
with assault with a deadly weapon upon
tho person of ono Ross, comes up beforo
Judge Howoll in the police court tomor
Carl E. Peterson has asked Tho Trlbuno
to print tho following explanation of pub
lished reports relating to Thomas J.
"I desire to say to the public that the
trouble rcferrod to In certain papers re
lating to Thomns J. Thomas was purely
a misunderstanding on my own part. I
loam by an investigation of tho matter
that there was no Intent to do wrong on
tho part of Mr. Thomas,' but on the con
trary ho acted In tho best of faith, honco
I tako pleasure In fully exonerating him
from all blame. C. E. PETERSnv.-
The police have received request from
tho Sheriff at Rock Springs, Wyo., :isklng
for the apprehension of William Bell,
wanted there for grand larceny.
William Bullen. an aged resident of Og
den, died yesterday. He was S5 years old
and tho father-in-law of Conductor Mar
kle. Tho pupils of tho deaf and dumb school
will give a musical and literary entertain
ment Tuesday evening.
Judge William II. King was In Ogdcn
yesterday en route to New York.
voting against. Mr. Hatch scored and
then Mr. South was defeated.""
Action then came on tho second choice.
Joel Ricks, and Hatch In a vigorous
speech scored again. The vole resulted
in the defeat of Ricks. Llndqulst, Mc
Neil and Smith. Republicans, stood by
their colors, with Crawford, Bell and
Quaylo with Hatch under the Democratic
The Mayor announces that ho will pre
sent another name at the next meeting,
but It Is hinted that Hatch's policy is to
delay tho matter until he can land one of
his own party.
The name of Ephralm Blanchard was
presented for policeman nnd went through
with a vote of 7 to 3. Carlisle, Hatch and
Evans, Democrats, voting agnlnst.
Christian Doldor was named as cow
catcher and was confirmed by tho same
numuer i o .
Mrs. Lena Rammel Fames, wlfo of Ar
thur Fames. haH passed to the great be
yond, leaving a little baby girl 4 months
old as sole comfort of the stricken father.
Arthur Fames I the on of .Matthew
Fames of this cltv, an old and highly-respected
citizen; the young wife comes
from the Rammel family of Providence.
Tho two were married somo five years
About twenty-four hours before the crlslu
caue the young .woman dovcloped a bad
caso of diphtheria. Prior to that she was
perfectly v.'ull and the development were
rapid and tho end quick and sudden. Sho
was In her twenty-sixth year. Tho naturo
of tho disease is r.uch that a public fu
neral cannot be held. The remains will
leave the residence nt 12 o'clock noon on
Tuesday, whenco they will be conveved
to tho City cemetery.
A long period of inactivity in athletic
circles was broken last night, the occasion
being the visit of the Weber Slake acade
my basket-ball team to play with the Ag
ricultural collego team. The gamo was
played In the Brlglmm Young collego gym
nasium, and resulted In a victory for the
visitors score, 11 to 13.
Weber Slake. A. C. IT.
Thompson l.f Flnlayson
Berlin -fr 1-S Hcrmnneon
Doxey c Hawley
Craygun r.f Adamii
Hclnup r.g Tuylor
Summai-y Score. Weber Stake II, A. C.
11; field goals. Weber Stake C. A. C. 3; free
throws, Webvr stake 4, A. C. 2; fouls
called, on Weber Stake 8, on A. C. S; time
of halves, 20 minutes; referee, Mcrklcy;
umpire, Blair; attendance, 200.
Rev. C, H. Ncllor Of Guernsey, Wyo.,
has accepted "a call from the Congrega
tional church at Green River. Wyo.
Hut little snow has fallen In the Sara
toga section of Wyoming, and there la
upiirehenslon of u scarcity of water.
Tho team roads from Evanston to Bear
Luke nro said to bo almost Impassable,
owing to mud. Those who havo (ravolud
that route for years claim they never saw
anything to equal It. The stage has been
pulled oif for tho present and mall Ib be
ing carried over the lino with horso and
Frank Froltao Baldcs of Evanslon and
Marias Stubba of Salt Lake were married
at Evanston last week.
William Mllllgan, proprietor of the Citi
zen nt Cambridge, Ida,, Is dead.
Arthur L. Hiilmer, a leading merchant
pf Kcmtnercr, died on Saturday, j
ROLES FOR GRAZING
ON MANTI RESERVE
Forest Supervisor Announces Condi
tions to Sheepmen in Regard
to Their Flocks.
Special to The Tribune.
EPJ1RA1M, March 27. Tho following
Important Information to sheepmen who
will grazo their Mocks on the MnntI forest
resorvo this year has been given out by
Forest Supervisor A. W. Jensen In this
"You nro advised that tho Commissioner
of tho General Land Office, in letter 'R,'
J. D. Jj , of October 31, 1903. to me, ns
forest supervisor of the MantI forest ro
servc, after Info'rmlng this office that
lambs would be counted In making tho
r.umber of sheep allowed on tho reserve,
" 'If an owner has, say 1W-0 ewes and
1000 wethers, at the date of his applica
tion, say January 1, 1W, It would bo
equivalent to 3000 head. If his 2000 sheep
Terc all owes It would bo equivalent to
4000 head, .but If they were all wethers, or
non-producing sheep, then it would stand
' L'nder this rule you will need to de
cldo how many sheep each applicant is
onlitled to range In tho reserve, and In
considering his application, double the
number of ewes; so that each application
must show tho number of ewes and tho
number of other sheop. Tills will npply,
also, to sheep admitted to lambing
grounds in tho reserve In May, because
they arc placed on the sumo footing with
other sheep on Juno 15th.'
"It has been found as a fact, by a care
ful reading of all tho Information fur
nished this oftlce in writing and by oral
statements of tho shcop owners, that tho
average lambing of an owe herd In tho
past on tho lands which are now within
tho Mnnti forest reservo Is from C3 to 8)
"Therefore, the nil as above stated by
the Commissioner, which rule is tho rulo
for reserves where lambs arc counted,
will be modified so as to meet the actual
facts In consonanco with direction given
mo as supervisor In office lotter 'It,' J.
D. L.. of December 211. 1W)3. Therefore,' tho
rule for thn reserve to be followed by tho
officers and sheep owners will be as fol
lows: "Any 'person holding a permit to drive
sheop into tho Manti forest reserve the
1st day of May, 1904. nnd who does drlvo
shciip into said reserve In districts Nos.
2, 3 and !. In accordance with permit for
lambing purposes, and having ewes only,
will only be allowed to drlvo six tenths
of tho number called for by tho permit,
as in tho course of lambing lambs
will be dropped so as to make up the num
ber called for by the permit.
"Any person holding a permit to drlvo
fheep onto the Mnnti forest reservo the
1st day of May, 1901, and who does drlvo
sheep onto said reservo In districts Nos.
2. 3 and I, for lambing purposes, and hav
ing stock sheep only, as knqwn by sheep
men, will only bo allowed to drlvo two
thirds of the number called for In tho
permit, iw In courses of lambing lambs
will bo dropped so as to make tho num
ber called for by the permit.
"The foregoing rule is made and pub
lished In conformity to my direction as
given to me In office lotlera 'R,' J. D. L..
of October II. 1903. and December 2u, 1903,
and upon facts relative to lambing as
mentioned In this letter."
LEHI TO HAVE NO NEW
SCHOOLHOUSE THIS YEAR
Special to Tho Tribune.
LEHI, March 27. LchI will not build a
new schooltiousc this year. This was the
decision of the voters Friday night. It
was proposed to bond tho district for ?17,
000, but tho proposition was voted down
by a vote of 1E0 to 101.
Local capitalists will soon Incorporate
tho Lohl Stoito and Sand company. Tho
properties which will come into tho con
solidation aro the famous Zlon's hill
stone quarry, about seven miles west of
Lehi, nnd somo sandbeds north of town.
Tho black limestone In the now LchI tab
crnaclo and In American Fork's now dis
trict schoolhousc came from tho Zlon's
hill quarries, and It' Is proposed to open
up a market for the stone In Salt Lake
For delegate to the Chicago eor.'roatlon
It might be well to mention tho name of
George Austin. Mr. Austin Is a farmer
and stockman. As a sugnr-beet expert no
Is a recognized authority all over the
West. He was also a member of the last
Legislature and acted as chairman of tho
Irrigation committee. Ho is already men
tioned as a candidate for Speaker of the
next House of the State Legislature.
The sugar company today received
about fifteen bushels of single germ beet
seed by mall from the Agricultural de
partment at Washington, D. C. As soon
as the ground Is ready this seed will be
carefully planted on the Saratoga farm
at tho head, of Jordan river.
At the jast session of the City Council
John Y. Smith presented an exhaustive
scheme for a water system for Lehi City.
If carried out it will cost from SAOlrt to
$50,000. The proposed sourco of supply In
from flowing wells, which can bo obtained
quickly and abundantly cost of tho city.
Tho water will bo pumped to an eleva
Hon above the city, whero it Is proposed
to btdld a large reservoir, from which
the mains will be supplied.
Mrs. Verne Draper of Mt. Pleasant is
visiting relatives In Lehi for a week.
Joseph Brlggs has removed with his
family to Hobcr, where ho will look after
the sugar-beet Interetits of tho Utah
Mr. and Mrs. Ira D. Wines of Ruby
Valley, Nov., arc visiting relatives and
friends. Mr. Wines was at ono Umo a
member of tho Utah Lcalslaturo.
County Fieh and Gamo Warden Gus
Sladn bus recently placed two flshwaya in
tho Spanish Fork river.
The City Council lias published a re
ward of $50 for anyone who will give the
Information leading to the arrest and con
viction of ihe person who attempted to
bum tho city hall.
Mrs. W. E. Hutchings returned to Mil
ford yesterday, after spending ton days
C. E. Ward and family of Provo aro
among the latest residents who will mako
Lehi their home. Other new rcsldentu aro
Mrs. W. E. Don, Mrs. James NIcholH and
Mrs. Mary Morrln and their families,
Mr. and Mrs. Maronl Olmsteud of Leigh,
Ida., are visiting Lohl.
Coke Ovens Are Running-.
Special to The Tribune.
CASTLE GATE. March 27. The coke
evens at this place arc running ns fast
cm tho company can get men to operato
them. There are 110 ovens In full blast
now and more are starting every day.
They aro making eight car3 of coke a day.
Mrs. T. Odeklrk, who has been vlslting
hur sister, Mrs. Charles Bennett, returned
to her home at the Welle on Friday.
.Tainoi: Evan returned homo on Sunday
from Provo. Mrs. Evans uud a big baby
boy are doing nicel
FIGHT FOR ERMINE
IN SEVIER COUNTY
District Attorney Erickson and Judge
Chidcster After the Republican
Special to Tho Tribune.
RICHFIELD, March 27. Joseph U.
Erickson, District Attornoy of tho Sixth
Judicial district, announces that ho Is out
for tho nomination on tho Republican
ticket for District JudGC. This announce
ment has created a sensation because It
has been supposed that Judge John F.
Chldester would muot with no opposition
Tho contest promises to bo a lively one.
In his canvass of Sovlor county, Mr. Erick
son, as a Sovier county lawyer, thinks ho
Is entitled to tlio support of his homo con
stituency, and says he is under no obli
gation to Judgo Chidcster. Tho friends of
Judgo Chidcster take a different view, be
hoving that Mr. Ericksn owes his Dis
trict Attorneyship to tho Judge.
Erickson Defeated Beehe.
When William M. McCarty was elected
Justice of tho Supremo court ho left va
cant tho Judgeship of tho Sixth district.
Mr. Chidcster, who was thon District At1
torncy, was nppolnted Judgo McCarty's
successor, and this left a vacancy In tho
District Attorneyship, for which thcro
wcro two aspirants for appointment, Jo
seph Erlokson and Gilbert R. Bccbe, tho
latter a Pluto county lawyer. Becbc's
friends mustered, for him the political
support of the flvo counties of the district,
securing the Indorsement of every lawyer
In tho district who wan freo to espouse tho
cause of either aspirant.
In spito of this, Erickson secured tho ap
pointment, and Judgo L'hldoetcr's friends
allego that It was Judgo Chldoster's ln
fluonco with Gov. Wells that hinded tho
plum for Erickson, and that Erickson Is
morally bound to support Chidcster.
Both Havo a Cinch.
Meanwhile Erickson Is claiming that ho
will securo a delegation from Sevier coun
ty Instructed for him. and Sevier county
lacks only two votes of a majority of tho
ontlro district Erickson further claims
Way no county and banks on being ablo to
swing Piute into line, although he defeat
ed Beebo of that county for the ofTlce ho
Judgo Chldester relies on a solid delega
tion from Garfield, Kane and Pluto coun
ties, ruid believes ho will secure a majority
In Wayne and Sevier.
Erickson has relinquished all claim to
the District Attorneyship, and tho only
avowed candidal o up to dato Is George T.
Bean of Richfield, who ban Just announced
his candidacy. This glvrs Sevier a candi
date for each office, nnd Garfield county,
Judgo Chldester's home, a candidate for
one. Unless additional timber Is forth
coming this forces Sevier counly Into a
contest for ovcrythlng in sight at tho next
Democratic End of It.
Tho Democrats aro ronceded lo havo
chosen Henry N. Hayes, the present Se
vier County Attorney, for their race for
tho Judgeship. HaycH Is tho former part
ner of Erickson, suid Erlckson's opponents
aro eoro at Erickson chlelly on account of
their belief that Erickson refused to nc-1
cept tho nomination for County Attorney
In order to secure that office for his Dem
This theory of Erlckson's opponents,
whether or not it Jb well founded, adds
another factor to tho tight which will
make it Interesting, becauso for tho first
time In their political history Indications
aro that Erickson and Hayes are striving
for tho same positions on opposite tickets.
The most recently Incorporated mining
proposition in this section Is the Richfield
Mining company, capitalized at 500.000
shares of a par value of 525,CX). Tho offi
cers arc H. W. Ramloso, president; Janes
Wilson, vice-president: William Ogden,
secretary nnd treasurer, and theso three,
with Isaac J, Stewart aud George T. Bean,
arc tho directors.
The Richfield Mining company owns six
teen claims In the Lower Deer Crcok sec
tion of Gold Mountain mining district,
where they havo a nattering showing of
freo gold ore.
An Old Sottler Passes Awny.
Special to The Tribune.
MT. PLEASANT. March 27.-Mrs.
Benghta Rolph, wifo of Mens Rolph, died
hero this morning. Mrs. Rolph was ono
of the oldest residents and was past S2
years of age. With her husband she camo
to this place in 1S0C. Mr. Rolph and two
Nona, Andrew, who with his family lives
hero, and Magnus G., now In Victor, Colo.,
CATJENTES NOT BOLD
AND WICKED MINE TOWN
Special to The Tribune.
CALIENTES. New, March 27.-Cnli-ontcs
has never, since the opening of the
San Pedro road, boasted of more than
ICflO Inhabitants. With all the rough ele
ment found in new rallrond camps, there
havo been but two hold-ups, no bur
glaries, no larceny and no sandbagging
within Its limits.
Its criminal record during Its entire ex
istence inns iar uciow mat oi uguen
for ono week's time. There havo never
been but six saloons In tho camp, and
tho only games run bore are sluff and
occasionally a stray gamo of stud poker
for small stakes.
Drunkenness is rare, and less Intoxi
cated men aro to bo seen on the streots
than In the average mining camps of the
The blood-curdling tale, of a railroad
man being held up by an armed thug In
broad daylight at the railway station is
a fake mode out of whole cloth. Thcro
are no houses of ill-fame in the camp
and the streets are as safe during tho
cntlro twenty-four hours of the day and
night as Main street In Salt Lake City
With the exception of an all-night res
taurant and one all-night saloon, there
is not an open or lighted building in the
REACH ST. PAUL AT LAST
ST. PAUL, March 27. The first trans
continental train to get through the
snow blockade In North Dakota reached
SL Paul over the Great Northern road
at 10 o'clock today.
Another train came In during the
afternoon and two more are expected
to reach the city some time tonight. The
officials report that the line Ik ngaln
open and traffic lins been resumed, al
though there Is still some delay.
No Northern Pacific coast train has
yet reached St. Paul and the roud Is
still tied up west of Dickinson, N. D.
It Is expected, howover, that thrf
blockade will be broken tonlghL
Passengers on the delayed trains state
that they wcro well cared for, and be
yond the lncopvenlenco of belngr lied
up, thcro wns no suffering.
OlUclalu of the Northern lines slate
that this has been ono of tho fiercest
battles with snow drifts they have ever
experienced and that oven tho Immense
rotary ploughs which were sent against
the drifts pushed by three heavy en
gines, were almost powerless to cope
with the huge mountain of Ice and snow
and that in many Instances blasting
ha,d to be resorted to,
I TRIBUNE BUREAU, jj
Murray King, Correspondent. 0
ORE SHIPMENTS TO BE
MADE FROM W00DSIDE
Special to Tho Tribune.
PARK CITY, Msirch 27. The Woodalde,
whoso disclosures of ore in the rediscovered
vein wero tho sensation hero some time
ago, Is preparing for a shipment of ore.
The twenty or thirty tons of first-class
oro which was Incidentally plied up dur
ing tho hunt for solid formation has been
materially added to from the product of
tho regular oro courses until at least a
hundred tons Ls ready for shipment. Con
tractors have been approached In regard
to terms for hauling tho ore to tho depot,
but as yet It ls not known that any de
lhdte arrangements havo been made. The
oro mainly Is a fine grade of carbonate
running high In lead, with good values in
This shipment Is hailed here as the al
most certain restoration of the old pro
ducer which years ago yielded a small for
tune to Its owners, for with the splendid
series of ore chutes exposed alonR the
strlko tho bedding piano and dipping Into
tho hill, the property scons to have tho
stablo foundation of a great mine.
Oro hauling began yesterday for another
shipment from tho Daly via tho Mazeppa
tunnel. Fifty tons of oro aro stored In
the bins ready to go out with this lot.
1th the recent opening up of new ore
bodies and the steady continuance of those
from which the former shlnmont was
made, It Is believed tho Mazcnpa will bo
a regular shipper from now on.
After considerable difficulty wrestling
with the fnow suid the blizzards, G. W.
Gulliver, who contracted for fcoo to tako
tho Llttlo Boll boiler to the mini, suc
ceeded In landing it on the grounds Inst
nlghl. Mr. Gulliver started the boiler out
Wednesday morning with idxteen horses.
Tho storm of tho following night caught
tho outfit within a quarter of a mile of
the mine, which distance has required two
wholo days to cover. The big piece of
machinery, which has a capacity of 175
horse-power nnd ls lp be put up Imme
diately, Is needed principally to furnish
power for the pimp and compressor.
At a meeting Thursday the site of tho
proposed union hospital was definitely
llxid. Mrs. Eliza Nelson's generous gift
of tho Nelson hill was accepted.
Mrs. Blltsackcr arrived from Salt Lake
Mrs. Ed Ryan returned from the me
Mrs. G. A. Bates and son returned from
Zlon this morning.
Mrs. Fred Simmons nnd daughter re
turned to Salt Lako last evening.
Miss Loolah Schraok left for the capital
last evening, whero she will upend the
week of spring vacation.
Miss Knle Thorpe went to Salt Lake yes
terday to spend tho spring vacation now
being enjoyed by tho school tenchers.
Miss Maud Gray left for the capital last
evening for vncallon.
Miss Clara Stevenson left for Zlon yes
terday for the week's vacation.
Sister Gabriclla of St. Mary's school left
for the metropolis yesterday.
Mrs. G. E. Hedges left for Denver last
Mr. and Mrs. George Lindsay were
among the outgoing passengers last even
ing. Mrs. Thomas Kearns and children and
governess, Miss Fnddls, aro visiting Park
Tho Qulncy mine, which closed down
two days ago on account of a threatened
snowslldc, started again yestcrdav morn
ing. Mrs. Charles Shields and daughter,
Francis, left last evening for tho capital.
Tho Misses Lula and Rato Fan-ell of
Salt Lake, who attended tho ball last
evening, returned to the metropolis this
Miss Pearl Lambert, a guest at' tho ball
last night, returned to A-ncrican Fork
Mrs. Lula Mayne, who attended the en
tertainment last evening at Maple hull,
returned to tho capital this evening.
Mrs. Charles Shields entertained about
ten friends at lunch after the ball Fridav
The marriage of Miss Leona Brim and
Sidney Phlllpps la announced to take place
Mark Besant of Pleasant Grove, who
was up to attend the dance Friday night,
The funeral of Wado Piatt, the ll-year-old
victim of Brlght s disease, was held
from the residence of Dr. and Mra. Y. S.
Piatt at 1:9J today. Rev. U. F. Cook officiated.
Beau tho tt'e Kin(1 You HaiB AImjs Boi'sW
A. B. Edlcr, Lawyer.
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IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for tho District of Utah.-
In the mutter of George V. Gormnn. H
bankrupt. No. C31 In bankruptcy. Pctl- IH
tion for discharge. IH
To the llonomble John A. Marshall. IB
Judge of tho District court of the United
States for tho District of Utah:
George Y. Gorman of Salt Lako City. In IB
the county of Salt La:.- nnd Stato of IB
Utah, iu said district, respectfully repre- B
Mills that on tho ZStli day of September IB
last past, ho w;us duly adjudged bankrupt
under the act? of Congress relating to IH
bankruptcy; that he has duly surrendered IH
all hla property and rights of property. IB
.mil has fullv complied with all the re-
qmroments of said acts and of the orders IH
of Hik court touching his bankmptcy. H
creed bv the court to havo a full dls- IH
charge from nil debts provable against IH
his estate under t-ald bankrupt acts, ex- H
repl suoh debtu un arc excepted by law IH
from such discharge. H
Dated this 16th day of February. A. D. B
1901. GEO. "V. GORMAN. Bankrupt.
OR'DER OF NOTICE THEREON. BH
District of Utah.
(in this 25th day of March. A. D. ll.
on reading the foregoing petition, it Is
Ordered 'by the court, that a hearing be
had upon the same on the 13th day of J
April. A. D. 10(M, before imid court at Salt HMHI
Lake City. In suid district, at ten o'clock J
In the forenoon; and that notice thereof ll
be published in The Salt Lake Tribune, a
i t-wspaiver printed In said district, and J
that all known creditors and other per- J
sons in Interest may appear at tho aald J
time and place and show cause. If any
tliev have. wh the prayer of tho said IH
petitioner should not bo grunted.
And It Is further ordered by tha court. J
that the clerk shall send by mail to all J
known creditors copies of suid petition HHVJ
nhd tliln order, addressed to them at their
places of residence ns stated. HBSJ
AVitnees the dlonoruble John A. rar- J
shall, Judgo of the said District court.
and the seal thereof, at Suit Lake City, IH
in suid district, ou the ?uth day of March, IH
A. D. '
Attest' .TERROLD R. LETCHER. 'M
Seal or Court. Clerk. J
NOTICE IS HJCUKHY GIVEN TILVT A KVH
mceeting of tho members of the Citizens'
Alliance of Suit Luke City. Utah, is here-
bv called to be held on "Wednesday, April
13, 1W4. at 8 o'clock In tho evening of said
day, at Bamberger's hall. No. 103 South
.Main street, Salt Lake City. jH
The object nnd purposes or said meeting J
a lo as follows: J
FirstTo hear the reiiort of committees
appointed at the organization mooting on WflVH
Dcceinbi-r 17. I'jOS. laVaVI
Second At said meeting thcro will b , J
presented to tho memlora of tho said Cltl- ' J
zens' Alliance of Salt Lako City. Utah. ' VJ
the (iiiestlon as to whether or not the said ; J
Citizens' Allluuco shall Incorporate undor . (J
the provisions of sections ?Al nnd "13 of )
the Revised Statutes of Utah, JSSS. and
amendments thereof. ,JmhB
Third To consider such other buslnexa
ns may properly como buforc tho meeting. JBBaVI
TIIK CITIZENS' ALLIANCE OF SALT)
LAKE CITY. UTAH. lM
By order of its Exucutivo Committee.
Warren C. ltogue. Secretary.
John E. Doolv. Chairman of the Com- 'al
mltteo of the Mictng Jf December 17. JM3. 'laVal