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j I jejik WALT BflKlfl TEIBOTrB; '.OIURSDAY MOBSTER, APIUIi 7, 1904. 3 i
? I FURiOUS WOMEN
I ASSAIL OFFICIALS
j f fT West Side Delegation Invade City
- Building' in Cause of Snni-
, tary Reform.
"1 ;i There arc occasions when the clerk of
i tho Board of Ilcauth of. this city must
' , needs be n brave man and one of thoso
i occasions came yesterday when an In
dignant delegation of half a score of wo
j men swooped driwn upon the ofllco. Tho
women live on Post street between Kiphlli
and Ninth South :md Fourth and Fifth
West streets, and they had a grievance.
1 The wcro not slow cither, nor was their
language unmistakable in stating It.
Clerk Brothers fairly trembled when they
: all began talking nt once and shaking
I their lists In h!.s face.
I Would Charter ft Raft.
If. "It s a regular lake the water Is lllthy
I- and stagnant and In running Into our
r ' houses we'll all be sick nnd die. Yes.
I; we ll meet tho Insiicctor with a iaft at
h the end of the car line only send one out
f; and you'll see that that street is drained
h the Blench Is something awful."
' The clerk was unable to got a word In
i f edge wise until Land and Water Com-
missloner I.uco stepped Into the office and
f I part of the delegation . went after him.
; . Finally Mr. Margetts came to tho as-
; slstancc of Mr. Brothers. It was prom
ised that an inspector would be sent out,
i but they were told that the Supcrintcnd
f out of Streets was the man they wanted
The ten women filed Into tho Street de
partment, but fortunately for Bishop
Scddon that gentleman was not In. Poll
Tax Collector Qulncy Nichols saw them
coming and managed to get behind the
jailing and lock the gate beforo they
turned looso upon him. I To ventured to
ask if there was something wrong with
the road, when a woman retorted:
A Terrible Condition.
"Road? There's no road there eo far as
we imow. It's bottomless water ami III
smclung mud. The teams have been
driving on tho sidewalks for weeks and
, they are Jn such a condition that they
an' not fit to walk on."
Mr. Nichols made a nolo of tho. locality
and said he would call the Street Super
visor's attention to tho matter. About
this time it was suggested that tlir-y se.-
the Superintendent of Waterworks, and
the women filed across the hall. Mr.
(Kneass, clcrk'of thn department, blushed
silently as he stepped up beforo the un
usual array of feminity, but his blushes
I 1 quickly lost their color and his' face
turned palo when a tirade" was poured
forth against tho administration.
"What have wo got public officers for
If they are not to get out and look ufier
our public needs Instead of hanging
around their offices?"
The ckrk tried to explain that his de
partment took care of the piped water
i nnd not that In the streets. i
I Mayor Is Diplomatic
"WV'll sec the Mayor about this." said
oni', and the women boarded the elevator
for tin- third lloor of the Joint building.
T1k Mayor forestalled hostilities by tact
fully Inviting the women to be seated nnd
whui they had all settled down In the
1 big leather-cushioned chairs about tho
room they becamo more ratlonul and
quiet. Muyor Morris talked I lie matter
over with them and promised to see that
something was done.
It evidently had been no easy task to
git from their homes to the cltv and the
woim-n did not Intend to leave the build
ing until more definite ssurance that tho
strei.t would be draliud had been re
vived it was another flight tip to the
City Engineer's office and up they went.
City Engineer Snow met them.
P They Get a Petition.
I "Tiilk about cleaning up and sanitarv
P auditions: the city had better begin
t ytrst. We can't get a team to our houses
f )Ui haul anything away if we wanted to
I (elean un. Tho mall man can't get
1 through the mud with our mall even "
I Mr Snow suggested that a petition be
, sent trv the Council and thev all signed
t the document ho drew up, with tho re
I mark thai It was not half strong enough.
The women wondered If thev had sein
1 all the proper officials, and. deciding that
V thev had, left the building to hurry homo
I and find out If tlalr houses were still
f above tho water.
I IOWA BANK FAILS WITH
LIABILITIES OF $500,000
I MARSHA LLTOYVX. Ia., April G.-Thc
j j. Exchange bank of Dow City and the bank
of Buck Grove, C'nimford county, have
' ; failed, with reported liabilities of half a
million dollars and assots of only 51EO.0OO
and are in the hands of a receiver Both
are owned by O. A. Green of Dow City
Mr. Green says the assets arc between
, $75,000 and $100,000 greater than the direct
liabilities and depositors will be paid In
full, lie says the direct liabilities aggre
gate only ?200.rco Speculation In Western
cattle Is the cause of the failure.
I PLAGUE OF LOCUSTS
I IN EAST AFRICA
B BERLIN. April 0. Swarms of lo-
Kp f ousts have devastated the valleys of
A "Usumbara, In German East Africa.
UE3 ; They were- first noticed coming from
HBjBI "VVombo, February 2l'nd. It is seml-
FJ9 officially stated that the most lei-rlbta
PjjB snow-storm would not give any idea of
KM tne numbers of. tho locusts. The trees
EM on which they settled have broken
MB : down, and banana and mulberry trees
MB havo been stripped, even the baric of
BS - the mulberry trees being eaten.
MM Scarcely a green blade or leaf has been
M left in the forests or on farms, except
MM in the case of coffee plants, which the
H locusts tried but disliked
I'" TRAIN ROBBER SUSPECTS
NABBED IN CALIFORNIA
SANTA ROSA. Cal.. April C Two men
were arrested here late tonight on sus
picion of having been Implicated In the
recent hold-up of the Oregon express
near Copley. The men gave their names
i a Daley and Welch. Early In the even
ing they disposed of a rlilo resembling
the rlllcs carried by express messengers,
at a saloon. A further Investigation will
be made tomorrow.
K? fSS , Mat11;''1- A,nr'r "--The Princess Isabella.
Wg ly daughter of Queen Isabella, started for
tn Pads today In consequence of tho condl
fc? ( Hon of her mother. If tho latter grows
fc' worse King Alfonso will abandon his vls
HjM lt lo Catallna and proceed Immediately to
SALT LAKE LANDS
WITHDRAWN FROM ENTRY
WASHINGTON", April C.-Thc
Secretary of tho Interior has with- -f
4- drown from entry, exce.pt under 4-
fe -f- the mineral laws, 100,39) acres of -f
public lond In the Salt Lake land
-f- district and 10.1SO acres In the -4-
4- Seattle land district, both for for-
Jersey City Mr.n Committed Suicide
Because Preacher Wouldn't Unite
Him to Divorced Woman.
Special to The Tribune.
N'EW YORK, April C Oswald J.
MUler killed himself at the homo
of his betrothed In Jersey City
Miller is a devout Methodist, and his
betrothed, Mrs. Ll.zle Johnston Nlb
lett, was a divorced woman. For thla
reason the iostoiv of Miller's church, the
Rev. W. H. Ruth, refused to perform
the marriage uerei ny, which had been
pet for next Wednesday.
Mrs. Nlblett, or Miss Johnston, au she
Is again called, asfured her sweetheart
that there were other ministers, but tills
did not cheer his depression.
Early this evening Miller called at
Mlr Johnston's home. She and her
father were at dinner and Miller waited
In the poiior. When Miss Johnston
Joined Miller they had a short, earnest
talk, presumably about the minister'.')
decision, and then, saying" "Excuse me,"
Miller abruptly left the room.
A few minutes later a pistol shot was
heard on one of the upper lloora Miller
had gone to MIi?s Johnston's bedroom,
pulled down the bed clothes, got into
bed. and then Phot himself in tho head.
Miss Johnston becamo hysterical
when :hc saw the body, and it was
aome time before she could be quieted.
Mr. Wright informed Ruth that he
could not marry the couple without
violating the rules of the church.
The Rev. Mr. Ruth called on Miss
Johnston today and told her It would be
Impossible for him to marry her to
Miller, but he suggested that they could
have a civil marriage performed. She
was willing, but Miller said "it must
be a church wedding or nothing."
IIARRISBCRG. Pa.. April C Former
Attorney-General John I'. Elkln wns
noriilnatcd unanimously for Supreme
Court Justlco todav by the. Republican
State convention. Gov. Stiuuel W. Pen
nypacker, James Klverson of Philadel
phia : O. D. Rleakley of Franklin, and
Francis L. Robblns of Pittsburg, were
elected delcgatetf-at-lnrgo to the National
convention and Instructed to vole for the
nomination of President Roosevelt. Rob
ert Pltcairn of Pittsburg and Levi G. Mo
Carley of Philadelphia were nominated for
NEW YORK. April C Only two new
cases of bubonic plague developed Mon
day, says a Herald dispatch from Lima,
Peru. The Government has ordered a
strict examination of all passengers and
disinfection of baggage on all trains leav
ing Lima and also on slcamery leaving
Callao. Sanitary stations have been es
tablished In Payta. Callao and Ito.
KALTSPEL, Mont.. April C The mail
stage running between Holt and Big
Fork was held up by a lone bandit. The
stage driver was alone and was com
pelled to give up the mail sack and oth
er valuables in his possession.
WJCHITA. Kan.. April fc. Delegates to
the Democratic State convention, which
opens hero tomorrow are on the ground
and many caucuses were held this even
ing. The Hearst men give no 'figures, but
claim a majority.
NEW YORK. April C Tho emcrgenev
committee of the building trades employ
ers' association today ratified the reso
lution adopted by the general arbitration,
providing that the 15.000 bricklayers on
strike should return to work pending ar
bitration of all existing difficulties. Tho
brleklayciV delegates were parties to the
DETROIT. Mich.. April C.-Charles C.
Rennett. alias S. Francis Jones, was ar
rested hero today by Inspector L. Ar
, mour. when ho came to get a big batch
of mall forwarded to him from Chicago,
lie was charged with using the malls to
defraud and was sent to Jail when he
could not furnish SltuO ball for his ap
pearance, for healing on April 12th
CHEYENNE. Wyo.. April C.-Tho Re
publican State central committee met to
dav and selected Laramie City and May
ISth as the place, and time of holding tho
State convention to select delegates to
tho National convention.
WASHINGTON. April 6. Tho Hons
Committee' on Public Lands gave a hear
ing on the bill for the repeal of the tim
ber and stone act. Representative Wil
liamson of Oregon cpoke In opposition to
NEW YORK, April 0. Bishop Isaac W.
Joyce and u party of twelve missionaries
en route to the general conferenco of the
Methodist Episcopal church at Los An
geles, arrived today on the steamer City
of Washington from Colon.
"WASHINGTON, April tJ Secretary
Moody was advised today that Miss Flor
ence May Pardee, daughter of the Gov
ernor of California, had been selected as
sponsor for the cruiser California, to be
launched at San Francisco, April 2Sth.
BALTIMORE. April C.-Georgo M.
Stratton. Ph. D., associate professor of
pvschology In the I'nlverslty of Califor
nia, has been elected president of expe
rimental psychology in the John Hopkins
university and will assume his duties
COLORADO SPRINGS. Coir.. April C
Under an order of the Countv conn an
attachment was Hiday levied on the Ni
kola TVsIa tlocirlcal experlnent station
The attachment was Hvled to cover a
debt of Sl0 due the Colorado Springs
Electrical companv for power furnished.
PRINCESS SOPHIA OF LIPPE. widow
of Prince Gomhler Frederick Waldemar
of Llppe Is dend at Karlsruhe She was
a sister-in-law of Karl Alexander, the
fifth prince or Llype.
COL. L C ELLSWORTH, a prominent
pioneer and wealthy citizen 0f Denver, is
dead in Rial city of paralysis. He was
U years of age Col. Ellsworth went to
Denver from Chicago in i&Tl. He was d
-number of he first constitutional con
vention of the State and wns rc-cclvor or
he Denver & Rio Grando railroad when
It was in control of the courts.
SAN FRANCISCO. April fi.-The steam
er Korea, which arrived todav from the
Orient, brought 7.0CO.000 yen In Japanese
gold, wnlcli Is to be recolnod Into Ameri
can money at tho mint In this city.
JOHN SHORT HARRISON, for nmnv
years a. woll-known citizen of Indianapo
lis. Ind ia dead at Los Angeles of paral
ysis. He was born at Vlncennes. Ind.,
May i, 1S, the only child of Renjamln
and Louisa Smith fHonner) Harrison, and
grandson of President William Henry
Harrison. Ho was o Government director
of tho rnlon Pacific railway for eight
years, seven years under President Grant
and one year under Presldont Hayes. In
1S)i he removed his famllv to Las An
reles. Ho will he burled there.
SAN FRANCISCO, April C Baron Ma
fiano Matsudural of tho Japanese House
of Peers, arrived on the steamer Korea
today. Vlth thlm Is H. Yamawakl. Sec
retary of the Ministry of Agriculture and
Happenings of a Day In Utah, j
OG DEN I
I TRIBUNE BRANCH OFPICE, B
h CISC Washington Ave., Telephone 111 m
TggTTVM WlH,,tfl"i"--"Ta m HIT
FOR A FINE DIAMOND
OGDEN, Utah, April (l.-John Stratford,
a traveling man, has icported to the po
lice that he was robbed of a diamond
stud valued at $10 at tho union depot.
He states that ho suspects a man and wo
man who jostled up against him In the
J. J. Shepherd, who has been making
things lively for he Mayor and the po
lice department, has filed charges against
the Mayor. This morning he presented
to County Clerk Holllngsworth a peti
tion nlleglng reasons why the Mayor
should bo Impeached. The substance of
the petition Is that Mayor Glasmann, In
Ms official capacity, lias not taken cogni
zance of many specific violations of tho
criminal laws of tho city of Ogden. There
io nothing, however, reilecilng on tho per
sonal Integrity of the Mavor.
At 2 o'clock Thursday the Investigation
of tho charges made by Shepherd against
tho Mayor and tho police department will
be taken un. The hearing will bo con
ducted by the special committee appoint
ed Monday night by tho Council. It Is
expected that some sensational testimo
ny will be brought out.
M. S. Browning has returned to Ogden
after an alwenco of six months In Eu
rope. He has been to Liege. Belgium,
where tho latest Inventions of John M
Browning the automatic shotgun Is be
ing m.inufacturetL Mr. . Urownlng hius
been in Now York city for about threo
month, where he mado arrangements for
the manufacture of the guns in this country.
County Commissioner W. G. Wilson has '
selected the site for his new hotel In
Ogden canyon. It will bo on the north
side of the river Just west of the grove,
and a new bridge will be constructed
across tho river. The bnlldlng-wlll bo of
two stories, the Swiss stylo of architec
ture, commodious and modern. Work will
begin at once.
Word came from Sacramento. Cal., to
day that Governor Pardee has honored
the requisition from Governor Wells of
Utah and Issued a warrant for the re
turn of John Qulnn. charged with rob
bery, to Ogden. Qulnn was a member
of a gang of robbers operating In Og
den, one of whom, John Furey. was cap
tured In San Francisco, and returned.
Qulnn is at present confined In the city
Rev. Father P. M. Cushnahan of the
Catholic church will leave Thursday for
a trip to Europe. He will visit his for
mer home In Ireland and will go to Romo
boforo he returns. The Rev. Mr. Cush
nahan is one of the most popular anil
beloved priests In the West, and every
resident of Ogden will wish him bon voy
age. Th'o case of Max Davidson vs. E. A.
Munsey. commonly known as tho "Co
lumbia club cigar case." was on trial all
day before Judge Hart. The action was
brought about threo years ago In tho
form of an Injunction to restrain defond
I ant from an alleged Infringement of a
certain brand of cigars known as tho
"Columbia Club." It was contended that
defendant sold an Inferior brand of ci
gars undor the name. The lowest court
decided against the defendant and an ap
peal was taken. Tho Judgment was set
aside on account of tho fact'thal tho caso
wius heard on a legal holiday, and tho
case la now up for rehearing.
D. P. DIgnan has sold his Interest in
the dancing halls to Edgar Short. W. P.
Foster and Carl Lltsenbcrg. Mr. Dig
nan will soon leave Ogden for tho north
west, lie has not decided yet where he
will locate, but he will likely go to the
Frank Beasun. son of C. N. Beason, a
BANK NOTE ISSUED
IN THE LONG AGO
"J. Smith, Jr.. Cashier; S. Rlgdon,
President,'.' are the signatures which aj
peor on a, one-dollar bank note Issued
under date of "D Murch, 1S37." by the
Klrtland Safety Society Rank of KIrtland.
Ohio, and which Is now In the possession
of O. G. Snow of this city. The note Is
valuable as a memento, not only on ac
count of Its age, but for the moro Im
portant reason that "J. Smith. Jr.. Cash
ier." was no other than the original
prophet and founder of tho Mormon
church. Ihe bank of which he was an of
ficer having beeen founded by the church
In the days of Us early prosperity and
having failed when adversity overtook tho
new religious sect. A prominent busi
ness man of the city on Tuesday offered
Mr. Snow $300 for his keepsake, but It
was refused. It Is presumed that thero
arc very few of that memorablo Issue of
banknotes In existence at this time. Tho
one which Mr. Snow has came Into his
hands twenty-five years ago, when ho
was In the banking business. It Is still
In a good stale of preservation and even
Its old-fashioned design makes It an In
teresting relic. The central figure or Il
lustration on tho printed side of tho not
one side being entirely blank Is a
sheep-shearing scene, which Is llankcd on
either side by the picture of a railroad
train of the period, the coaches of which
are like old-time uncovered horse Car
riages. The wording oX the note Is os
follows: "The Klntlnnd Safety Soclety
follows: "Tho Kirlland Safety Society
mnnd to O. Hyde or bearer One Dollar. '
Then follow the dato and the signatures
of the bank's officers.
ENDS IN DISAGREEMENT
LOUISVILLE, Ky.. April C The
conference between the delegates rop
recenting the Kentucky coal operators
and miners, to which John Mitchell of
the United Mine Workera was a party,
onded today in a disagreement, nnd a
strike seems inevitable. The delegates
were In conference nearly nil day, but
despite the efforts of President Mitchell
to bring1 them together, each side held
to its original tonne, the miners de
manding the full Indianapolis scale and
the operators demanding an average
reduction of per cent.
' President Mitchell could do no more
than induce the delegates to hold an
other conference tomorrow and make a
final effort to reach an agreement, but
before leaving for Indianapolis he ad
mitted that a strike is almost inevit
able. The union lenders say there are
nearly COOO'mlners in Kentucky and 5000
of these are at work at present. The
men will uuit work tomorrow night or
Kidneys out of order, that's all.
Doan's Kidney Pills arc the sure
At any drug store.
" ; ' i i Lj
member of tho United Suites naw, is In
this city on a short furlough.
Plans have been perfected to develop
the oil fields at Little Mountain. The
deal was consummated In Salt Lake City
I by Churles Carson of Corlnnc. who rep
resents tho owners. Thn fields conslHt of
Eeven hundred ncres of land. It Is stated
that a 75-foot derrick will be erected at
The report lias reached Ogden lliat Tom
Cunningham had been sorlouslv Injured
at tho Newfoundland mining district, Ne
vada, where ho has worked for some
time. Ills relatives In Ogden has been
notified by telegraph that ho Is coming
to the city seriously injured. It Is said
thnt he was kicked by a horse, and tho
accident Is all the more serious from the
fact that he had to bo taken by stage, to
Terrace, Utah, beforo he could be brought
to tho city.
Information has been filed against S.
L. Dunning charging him with grand lar-ec-iiv.
The Church of tho Good Shepherd has
elected tho following officers: II. C. Ta
vey. senior warden; J. S. I-ewIs. junior
warden; W. E. Prout. E. II. Smith and
J. E. Willlums, trustees.
The Mon's club of tho Methodist church
nas selected the following officers: O. A,
Kennedy, president; S. J. Guftln, vice
president; C O Brown, secretary; C A,
Chairman Stanford of tho Board of
County Commissioners will go to Cali
fornia soon for an extended visit.
The following marriago licenses were
Issued: Fred Mortonsen, aged -'U, of Rl
'erdaIo, and Maudo Jordan, 1-0, of Clin
ton; Walter F. Moore. 21", nnd Alice G.
Watson, 23, of Ogden.
The song, the words of which were
composed by Miss Jean MacMUIan, and
music by Mrs. John T. Rushmcr. entitled
"Tho First Easter," will be sung by Mrs.
Fred N. Hens Sunday morning at the 11
o'clock services at tho First Methodist
church. Tile postponed Easter song snr
lco will be held Sunday night, tho 10th.
Miss Claudia Radcllffe, formerly in the
employ of the superintendent of tho
Southern Pacific, was married Jn Callfor
ula April 2nd, to Dr Bartz.
UP WITH CACHE COUNTY
Special lo Tho Tribune.
LOGAN. April C Ex-Treasurer S. W.
Hendricks met with the Board of County
Commissioners and made good the short
age of $1L(.&1. as shown by tho report of
tho special uudllors.
William Douglas of Smithfleld has been
appointed Justice of tho Peace of Smith
Held precinct, tho office becoming va
cant on account of tho death of Georgo
William Bybce has been appointed road
I supervisor of Wheeler road district, In
place of William Rlgby, resigned.
i GENERAL MANAGER WELLS
INSPECTS SHOO FLY
Special to Tho Tribune.
CALIENTE3. Utah. April 6. General
Manager Wells, accompanied by his sec
retary and several subordinates, passed
through Callontes Tuesday to Inspect tho
Shoo Fly track now being constructed
around tho mountains cast of tho Muddy
A very heavy cut will soon be complet
ed through tlieso mountains, straighten
ing the lines Into Moapa and lessening
the distance between Callentos and the
Muddy about threo miles.
Two new locomotives were put into com
mission at Callontes Tuesday.
Mines around Callentes nro being
opened up and early shipments of ore are
Divorcee to Horry.
SPANISH FORK. Utah. April G.-In-vltatlons
are out for the wedding recep
tion of Mrs. Kate Davis Holding, who
was divorced from her husband, Thomas
Holding, about two months ago. Tlie re
ception will ! held at Tuttlo'a hall Tues
day. April 12th.
BOGUS SILVER COIN
CQinlG FROM CHINA
Seattle Flooded With Counterfeit
' Silver Pieces Mndo in. the
SEATTLE, Wash., April C Counter
feit quarter and half dollars are
being manufactured In China and
shlpiwd Into tho United States. Tho
Imitation Is very nearly perfect.
The coin Is of tho standard degree of
U noncss. The weight is from one to ten
grains short and tho design is almost per
fect. The Irregularities are. so slight that
mo of them cannot be detected without
tho aid of a magnifying glass and nono
of them can be noticed unless a bogua
coin is placed side by side with a genuine
cue. The counterfoils wcro first noticed
about a month ago when on.e of tho So
rutle banlts sent a small amount of mon
ey to tho subtrcasury at San Francisco, 1
and It was 6"eclored to bo spurious. The
secret service officials declare that there
la no one on tho coast who Is capable
of making a coin ns nearly perfect as
these, and that there Is not tho slight
est doubt that they are mado In China.
COLON, April C Tho United Stntes
canal commissioners went by special train
to Panama today to greet Preoldent Amu
dor. They will return to Colou this even
PARK CITY I
j Murray King1, Correspondent. M
EXPLOSION AT PARK
INJURES THREE MINERS
Spceial to The Tribune.
PARK CITY, Utah, April C.-Stlcking a
pick Into a "missed" hole resulted In tho
Injury of three men In tho Daly-Judgo
mlno this afternoon. Peter Giibben iiad
both eyes hurt, but will, perhaps, retain
tho sight of one. He Is oIeo believed to
have, received a fracture of the skull.
James Tonkin was Injured about the
head and hands, but was not seriously
hurt. Peter Howeth received a cut across
tho throat. John McSorley, superintend
ent of the mine, and Wllllr.m H. Williams,
wcro very near tho explosion, but es
The outgoing shift this morning had
reported two missed holes at the place of
the accident, the Scott drift on tho 1W0
foot level, and work today proceeded with
cajtlon. Grlbben w.-is picking under a
machine when the explosion occurred.
Tonkin says he turned a somersault in
the air and was blown violently homo
distance. McSorlcy and Williams were but J
a few feet from tho charge and escaped
without a scratch.
Dro, LeCompto and Ward extracted
fragments of rock from tho wounds of
tho Injured men. Mr Grlbben will be
taken to the Holy Cross hospital and Mr.
Tonkin will go to Salt Lake to visit with
his children there until he recovers.
This Is the fourth accident of tin.- kind
within two yearn in which Tonkin has
Ed Ko.nncr, sou of S. A. Kenner of Salt
Lake, Is under official core and will be
taken to Salt Lake tomorrow on account
of his mental condition.
Several daya ago Mr. Kenner wns suf
fering from a severe attack of la grippe
and ho Is now suffering from mental Il
lusions. Kenner served with honor during the
Phlllpplno war as a member of the hospi
tal corps. He was in the first engagement
with the Spaniards near Manila and saw
much active service. The illusion troub
ling bin most Is the fear that soldiers are
after him. Ills wife will go with him to
Tho Wabash mlno has been forced to
temporarily suspend on account of the
water famine hei-e. The Wabash which
has between one and two miles of work
ings and employs between fifteen and
twenty men was also forced to luv Its
crew off. Tho Ontario mill, which la en
deavoring to run In spite of the water fa
mine, has taken tho water which comes
down tho pipeline hi that vicinity, render
ing the Wabash helpless.
James Pervette, an employee of tho
Daly West, sustained a broken leg, the
result of a cave-in In the workings on
the f0-foot level.
I'ervetto wns shoveling Into a car when
rock fell from tho top of tho drift, break
ing the larger bono of the leg. Just below
thu knee. Dr. Bardsley attended to tho
Proll-nlnary to tho extensive operations
planned for the West Qulncy, formerly
tho J. I. C, which include an "expenditure
of JSO.MO lu development work, a smtill
force of men were put at work and will
havo the property In thorough readiness
for tho larger force which will go on In
June. By that time President Tumor will
have visited the heavy stockholders of
Scotland and tho East and secured tho
Tom Paull returned this morning from
a business trip to Soil Lake.
W. P. Janney of the Woodsldc mine vis
ited camp today.
C. T. Mixer of the Creole returned this
morning from a trip to Idaho.
Miss Amber Bardsley. who hns been vis
iting her brother. Dr. Rnrdsley of Park
City, returned to her home at Sumn-slde.
STENOGRAPHER TELLS HOW UNCLE
SAM WAS BUNCOED OUT OF HUM
SAN FRANCISCO, April C Sensa
tional testimony was given today
in the hearing before United
States Commissioner Ileacock In
the Hyde and Dimond land conspiracy
Mrs. Belle A. Curtis, who was etenog
rapher for Hyde from October, 1S37, to
November, 1891), was the chief witness
and her evidence went to show that af
fidavits were manufactured by whole
sale in tho office, ulso that Hyde and
John A. Benson were partners in the
alleged conspiracy to defraud the Gov
ernment. She declared that Hyde and
Benson employed "dummies" to make
tvt applications for school lands nnd
that the colored Janitor wns frequently
Inatructed to bring in his friends to
apply for school lands for their own
use and were then piloted to a neigh
boring notary to make allldavits.
She said that assignments of these
claims to Hyde and Benson were often
made at the samo lime. Also thnt the
plan of Hyde and Benson wns to have
these school lands in Oregon and Cali
fornia transferred to forest reserves
with the assistance of corrupt Govern
When tho lands were so transferred
tho assignees of the school land scrip
had the privilege of exchanging their
holdings for more valuable lands out
side of the reservation.
Thomas MeCusker, freight agent of
the Southern Pacific at Portland. Or ,
testified that he had secured many ap
plications of school lands In Oregon for
John H. Schneider, who was Hvde's
agent. Mr. MeCusker said he received
pay for his services, but he did not
know that he was engaged In an Illegal
Miss Marlnn Doyle, who succeeded
Miss Curtis as Hyde's stenographer
will testify tomorrow.
My Dear Aunt Kate:
I must tell you the good news. Right
after reccivine; your letter, the day before
New Year's I 6tartcd in with new resolu
tions on the first of the year. I wrote to
Dr. R. V. Pierce, at Buffalo, N. Y., as you
requested me to do, I gnvc him all my
symptoms, which were that I was tired
so tired all the time and did not care to
go anvwherc, depressed and sad, aud all
ambition gone, bactachc and a drofrged-out
feeling, could not sleep, limbs fcclinc; sore
and aching. I followed the doctor's advice,
which he went to considerable pains to
make plain to me to rest every day a nap
after lunch complete relaxation cultivate
repose of mind, try not to worn-, get as
much outdoor air as possible, and prac
tice long, deep breathing, expanding the
ninfra Then for a uterine tonic, Dr. Pierce's
Favorite rrcscriptiou, coupled with a wash
he told me of. I must say that after follow
ing hi3 advice for four months I feel per
fectly cured and like a new womau.
Yours aflectionally, jKwur..
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Mrs. Kooman. ofSjj Grant Ave., Schenectady.
nVs.aj'5-rI continued with the medicine
the 'Pleasunt Pellets.' and l was cured. I nl-
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tanfw?!er is '".nuilcgood health, tbank.i
to Dr. Pierce's medicines. My wishes arc thnt
",oreinflliCtcd 7m.P ,n nad sc'whSt
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gluabcth McConcll. of Rochester, lad.
Send 31 one-cent stamps to Dr. R. V
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., for his Commou
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