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I BRUTAL TREATMENT of
WOMAN NOW HIS WIFE H Evelyn Netblt Thaw Sayi She Was M Tied Up and Lathed on the Dare Hj Skin, Thaw Spending Entire H Day Whipping Her. H Now York. In ttlo Thaw trial an Hj Monday tlio much-discussed Ilummcll H Rflldavll was Introduced, with the con- K vent of llio defense, and was rend In H lull to ttio Jury. H The nflldavlt proved a Btirprlso onl H In tlio alleged severity or the assaults H llnrry K. Thnw Is Bald to have mado H uikjii Evelyn Nesblt during her trip H through Kuropo In 1003, when, accord- H Ing to the testimony of Abraham H Huniincl, Miss Ncsblt would not sign H statements which Thaw had prepared, H nccusing Stanford Whlto of having H drugged and ruined her. H In the nnidavlt prepared In Hum- H mcl'H offlco Miss Ncshit charges Thaw H with having attacked her with n cow- H hldo whip whllo they wero stopping at H , an old cnstlo In the Austrian Tjrol, H unil lashing her bare skin until slid H becamu faint from the pain and H swooned. lie repeated tlio attack thu H next day, according to tho alllduvit, H and afterward In I'arlH ho beat her at H half-hour Intervals throughout one en- H tiro day, leaving off when shu would H faint away and could no longer under- H stand what was happonlng. Miss Nc- H bit Is alleged to have sworn In tho H affidavit that sho was In dally rear for H her llfo and that Thaw acted bb n tie- H mented person during soma of tho an- M STARTED BY THE PRESIDENT. H Ripley of the Santa Fe Dlamea Roose H velt for Wall Street Panic. H l.oa Angolcs, Cul. In an Interview H In an afternoon paper, President K. I H niplcy of tho Santa Fe, who Is now H at Santa Ilarbara, Is quoted as saying H that President Iloosovelt Is responsl- H bio for the present uncertain condl- H ttons In Wall street, and attributes H tho recent seml-panlc to "a brush lire H -which the president started," .Mr. H lllpley said that because of tho gen- H crnl nntl-rallrond sentiment lu tho H country that tho Santa Fc wag pro- H pared to Inaugurato a policy of Btrlct H conservatism In tho matter of t:g ox- H pendlturcs and that many contemplat- H cd Improvements In tho company's H property would 'have to uwnlt more H faornble conditions. Mr. lllpley li H also quoted ub ga Ing that ho believes H It Is likely that President Ilarrlmnn H or tho Union Pacific will retire from H active railroad llfo within n year. M NICARAGUA HA8 UPPER HAND. " Port of Trujlllo Captured by Naval H Forces of Zelaya. H ' Managua, Nicaragua. Tho port of B Trujlllo, Honduras, has been captured H by tho Nlcnrnguan naval forces. The H Hondurans left behind them a piece H of artillery, a number of rifles and a H quantity of ammunition. H Panama. According to rellablu In H formation received hero from Salva H dor, that country has alllod Itsell H openly with Honduras In tho war with B Nicaragua. On March 10, 2.G00 Sal- H udorean soldiers landed at Amalpala H and proceeded tho noxt morning In H tho direction of Cholutea. TIiIb body H of men camo from San Miguel, In Hon- H duras, and nro under tho command ot H General Jose Dolores 1'rcBa. B Motion to Dismiss Moyer-Haywood HJ Pettlbone Case Denied. HJ HoIbo, Ida. In tho district court at HJ Caldwell on Monday Judge Wood over- HJ ruled the motion for dismissal of the HJ cane against Mo)or, Haywood anC HJ Pcttlbono, accuged of tho murder ol Frank Steuncnberg, former governoi ot this state, on Dec. 30, 1005. The HJ principal argument In support of the Hh motion to dismiss wag made by H. F HJ Richardson of Denver. HJ Detectives Have No Clue to Thlel J Who Got $173,000. H Chicago. Tho counting of tho $62, H 000,000 In tho local sub-treasury, tc H determine If tho shortago of 1173,000, H discovered February 20, was duo to H mlstaka In bookkeeping, was finished H Monday without tho dlHcovery of any H thing to explain tho shortage other H than that the money had been stolen H Captain Porter of tho federal secret H servlco said that hlg detectives had j learned nothing new about tho clln- H appearance ot tho money. VH Bryan Pays Tribute to Labor. Wm Chicago. William J. Ilryan, nt thu Ffl closing conference on Monday In con- jH ntctlon with tho Industrial oxhlblt. ox- H pressed tho opinion that trudo unions H have dono moro good for society than H any other forco In this country Al- H though ho disclaimed any "sclentlnc" H knowledge ot tho question, Mr. llry- H an's remarks weru received with much M uatlBfactlon by tho audtenco ot union men from tho Federation ot Uibor H which attended the meeting. Charged With Land Frauds. M Albuquerque, N. M. Tho United B States grand jury In session at Santa fl Fe returned six Indictments' against H parties charged with fraudulent land fl trunsactlcns In tho coal lands of San B Juan county, New 'Mexico. Most ot B thoso Indicted are employes of tho Utah Fuel company and tho Denver & HIo Qrando railroad, the corpora- tloiiB which recently wero the subject J of inquiry ut Salt UUo City, Utah. ' Among those Indicted Ig Hoborl For- restcr, geologist ror thu Utah Fuel company. EXPLOSIOH OF FIRE DAW1P KILLS SEVFBTT-HVE MEII Serious Disaster at Mining Village Near Forbach, Girmany, Which Has Brought Sorrow to Many Homer. Forbach, (Jcnnany. An oxploBlon of flro damp In an underground shaft of tho coal mlno at KlelnroHseln, near here, resulted In tho death t seventy flvo miners and tho Injury of twelvu others. Many of tho bodies were so disfig ured that thoy wero scarcely recog nizable. Tho work ot bringing out tho Injured men and thu bodies ot tho dend was very slow, tho galleries being choked with wreckage. Tho mlno belongs to tho Dow en dels, iino of tho richest mining fami lies of Alsace-Lorraine. Tho Dewendels brothers havo given $20,000 to relievo tho Immediate ne cessities ot tho afflicted families. NEGRO 80LDIER CONFESSES. Members of Twenty-Ffth Infantry Shot up Brownsville. Galveston, Tex. Tho mystery sur rounding tho alleged raid of tho negro soldiers from tho Twcnty-lirth Infan try upon tho people of Drownsvlllc, Texas, on August 13, last year, has been cleared up, according to a gtory printed by tho Unlvoston Nowb. After seven mouths ot Investigation by fcdcrel authorities, what appears to bo tho true version of thu crime has been secured from D. C. Uray, one of tho discharged soldiers, who admits that ho partially participated. Tho man has been living In Calves ton n largo portion of tho tlmu slnco ho was discharged from tho army soon after tho outrugo. Acordlng to his Htutcmcnt, tho at tack wns not premeditated, but was tho result of nu alleged Injury dono ono of tho Boldlers by a whlto man In Ilrownsvlllo halt an hour boforo tho raid. Tho negro, returning to tho barracks, seized his rlllo and an nounced that ho wns going to kill the whlto mon. Several other negro sol diers volunteered to go along and boo the work well douc, and to wlpo out other scores which thoy had against tho citizens on account of Injuries which tho claimed to havo fluttered. Tho negroes returned to tho bar racks after committing tho assault on tho town, and many goldlers nsslstod In tho hurried cleaning of tho guns for tho Inspection which followed soon after tho shooting In tho town ceased. Aparently thd soldiers from only ono company participated In tho raid, al though practically thu entire battalion knew the soldiers had dono tho shooting. 8ET OFF THE DYNAMITE. Revenge of Workmen Who Had Been Discharged by Contractor. Cincinnati. lly tho explosion of two hundrod nnd fifty pounds ot dynamite In a Bhack on tho slto of tho now City hospital early Sunday, great damago was dono to residences and buildings throughout tho surrounding rcsldonco section. Incendiarism la assigned as tho cause, n number ot men recently discharged by tho hospital contractors being said to havo mndo threats. Trust Conference. Now York. Tho nntlonal Clvlo fed eration, which called tho rust con ference ot 1899 In Chicago, has de cided to nrrango for nnother confer enco of tho sumo nature to consider that problem In Its latest nspects; es pecially tho question of federal and stntu regulation or tho corporations, and tho quegtlon or tho operation ot tho Sherman antl-trust law. It Is pro posed to hold this conference In May at a city to bo designated later. Brother of Martyred Steunenberg Called by Grim Reaper, noise, Idaho. Albert K. Stounon berg, of Caldwell, on of tho most prom lnont bankers nnd financiers of Idaho nnd a brother of tho Into cx-Oovor-nor Frank Stounenberg, of this Btato, who was assassinated a llttlo ovor a year ago, died at his homd In Caldwell at a lato hour Sunday night. His death was caused by a complication of diseases, tho most pronounced ot which was liver trouble, from which ho has suffered for some time. Danced Herself to Death. Philadelphia. Death claimed Mrs. Anna Shoror. (jf 807 McKean street early Sunday morning as sho began tho final waltz at a danco In a hall at Seventh nnd Mooro streets, after danc ing nil evening. Sho wns a sufforer from heart trouble. Mrs. Shorer was 37 years old. Sho was aware that her heart was weak, but persisted in dancing. Tho ball was given by tho women of tho Aurora socioty. Sho took part In every number, enjoying herself greatly. Chicago Sewer Collapses. Chicago. FWo mon wero Injured, one of thorn seriously, by the collapse of a eowor In which they wero work Ing at tho Intersection ot Evanston and Lawrenco avenues. About twenty mon woro In tho Bewer when about thirty feet of It foil In upon them. Tho majority or tho men wero pinned In by tho debris, and when It was cleared away they wero found unin jured. Tho ave men who wore hurt were cut about tho head and severely bruised about U m!v NO CHANGE IN ATTITUDE " OF THE ADMINISTRATION White House and Treasury" Depart ment Flooded With Appeals From New York Financiers." of tho week tho Whlto Houso and truasury department havo been flood ed with appeals for President Ilooso velt and Secretary Cortelyou to tako 8omo action to avert tho "threatened disaster" In tho financial and rail road world. It can bo stated author itatively, however, that President Itnosevolt will not change his nttl tudo toward tho railroads, though It Is admitted that tho administration hag no Intention of entering on an oxtromely radical attack on tho rail way corporation!). While It Is known that tho visit of J. Plerpont Morgan to tho Whlto Houso on Monday night to tnduco tho president to Ihhuo a reassuring state ment to tho country in regard to the administration's attitudo toward tho rnllnd, and tho apparent fnlluro of tho financier's appeal, has had much to do with tho panicky conditions Hint swept over Wall street on Thurs day, President Iloosovelt has repeat edly said that ho is not an enemy ot tho railroad!, and that thoso that obey tho laws havo nothing to fear from tho government. Whlto It hag not been deflnltoly de cided, tho president may Issuo a statement outlining his attitudo after ho has conferred with Presidents McCrcn, Newman, Mellon nnd Hug hltt, on tho railroad situation. Tho conference with tho four rail road magnates, which was granted by the president at tho earnest re quest of Mr. Morgan, will bo hold early next week. It Is generally un derstood by those close to tho presi dent that tho railroad officials wilt urgo Mr Iloosovelt to tako some steps "to allay thu public anxiety now threatening to obstruct railroad Investments nnd construction and as to tho relations between tho rail roads nnd the government." WALL STREET DEMORALIZED. New Low Records for Year Estab lished and Panic Seemed Inev itable. Now York. Umlor tho effect ot 25 per cent monoy aud tho generally pessimistic sentiment developed bb a result of the recent hoavy docllno, trading on tho stock exchnngo on Thursday reached a stage of demor alization bordering on actual panic Tho worst period of tho day was shortly beforo tho closing of tho stock exchange nesslon, although thero was an oxtromely violent falling oft In prices between 12 nnd 1 o'clock. Now low records for tho year and In sotno Instances for several years wero established In tho active specu lative issues under prlclpltato sell ing, with tho market apparently with out buying orders than thoso ot tho hears to covor tholr short contracts and realize .their profits. After tho clono of tho market much roltef was expressed that there had been no failures during the day and that of nil tho rumors In tho street there soemed to bo nono affecting tho solvency of nny banking or brokerage houso of any Importance. BLOODY WORK OF RUSSIANS. Proprietor of Estate and His Em' ployes Butchered by Robbers. Ycllsavetgrad, Russia. One estate In this vicinity was attacked by rob bers Thursday, who bound and de capitated the proprietor, flvo laborers and a woman. Two witnesses of tho slaughter, a soldier, who hid In a haystack, and a child, lost their rea son. Tho soldier subsequently died In n hospital. Tho booty secured amounted to 11,000. On tho occasion of the funeral on Thursday of a prominent reactionary, who was killed by revolutionists, an attompt wag made to Btart anti-Jew. Ish excessos. lllotcrs began beating Jews In the streets) and sacking tho bazar and Jewish lodgings, but they woro stopped by the prompt Inter vention of tho troops. Several Jews wero wounded, one ot whom died In tho hospital. The local rabbis have telegraphed complaints to tho lower houso of par liament and to Premier Stoly Japanese Admitted to Schools, San Francisco. In accordance with tho action ot tho board ot education rescinding the resolution which barred Japanese pupils from tho schools, nine little Jupancso girls ap peared Thursday morning for admis sion to the lleddlng primary school. Miss Mary Daane, tho principal, an swered their request with tho state ment that sho had not received for mal notification ot tho board's ac tion, and directed them to roturn at 1 o'clock, and which hour thoy woro admtttod. All of tho children speak English romarkubly well. Bryan Adheres to His Position, New York. William J. Ilryan, whu was In town for a short tlmo Thura day whllo onrouto to Iloston, said that tho railroads prefer federal to state legislation, and that Is why tho presidents of tho trunk lines ure ap pealing to tho president. He attrib uted the timidity of Investors to what he called the attempt of the railway people to terrorUo the state legisla tures. The tremendous shrinkage In tho market values of stocks he attrib uted to the squeezing out of h water. f iLEisir aosEjr war Strange Explanation Given of Strife Between Nicaragua and Honduras. Nlcaraguan Cavalrymen Appropriated a Mule While on Territory Claimed by Honduras, and War Was Re quired to Settle the Matter. Washington. One mule a mulo belonging to Seuor Ircno Salgndo was tho chief object of dispute bo tween Nicaragua nnd Honduras when they began tho uunirel which llnnlly ended In the war that Is threatening tho pence of all Central America, ac cording to tho nfllrlal communications exchanged by the ministers of the for eign affaire for tho two republics, co pies or which communications lunc heon received In Washington. Tho controversy began when AugiM t) C. Coello, the Hondurnn minister for foreign affairs, wroto a note to Joso D. (lomcz. tho Nlcaiaguan minis ter for foreign affairs, on January 2S, protesting against the thert of a mulo from Ireno Salgado by thirty-five Nlcn raguan cnvolrjmen, who wero charged with entering Homluruti territory. In reply, Senor Oomez said tho NIc rnguans did not quite enter llondur an territory, although they passed near to the llttlo town of Ios Mauos, In that lopubllc. The taking of the mulo was not denied, hut Senor Uomcz Insisted In his letter that Salgado was not a Hondurnn citizen, but a Nlcura guan who had to leave that country lutlon two years before. Consonncni ly, Nicaragua maintained that Hon duras had no right to lly to the de fense of Salgado's mule This noto brought a spirited reply from Honduras, the minister for for clgn affairs anounclng Hint Ireno Sal gado, tho Nlcaiaguan refugee, wns liv ing In Tegucigalpa, happily engaged In trado there, whllo a man by tho samo name, a most reputable nnd re spected farmer, n Hondurnn of tin questionable citizenship, lived nt I.os Manoa and owned the much-mooted mule. Nicaragua replied that It was true that Colonel Juan I. Ilocha, who com manded a party of calvorymcn, took a mulo near Los Manoa. but reiterated that the animal was not taken in Hon duran territory Dispatches grow long cr as tho, controversy waxed wanner Other questions arose. Then tlio arbl tratlonal tribune wns opened nnd final ly tho break camo when President Zo layn of Nicaragua wlthdrow hla mom ber of tho board of arbitration nnd wnr between Honduras and Nicara gua actually began. DUELING IN RUSSIA. Captain Cuts off Ear of Prince and Is Shot. SL Petersburg. A shooting affrny took placo In tho dining hall or tho Grand Hotel do Kuropo between Prlnco Nokarldzo, n marshal of tho nobility from Kutals, nnd Captain Kos loff or tho east Siberia sharpshooters. In tho midst or n spirited nrgumont regnrdlng tho autonomy or tho Cau casus, Prlnco Nokarldzo mado a dis paraging remark about Russian mili tary prestige. Thereupon Captain Kosloff drew his sabro and cut oft the prlnco's car. Reaching Into his pocket, tho prlnco pulled n revolver nnd fired twice, tho bullets penetrating tho neck nnd breast of the captain. A sur geon sowed on tho prlnco's savored oar. Captain Koslotf's wound aro dangerous. CAGE CABLE BROKE. Twenty-two Miners Meet Death In Rhenish Russia. Saarlotils, Rhenish Prussia. Twenty-two minors woro killed nt tho German hard coal mine. They were descending ono or tho shntts In ncago when tho cable broko near tho top, and tho miners plunged down sovoral hundred reel. Thoy all met with In stant death, Tho mlno belongs to th PriiHsInn government, which his l);un nn or flclnl Inquiry Into the accident. Burton Will Get Even. Abilene, Kan. -Kx-Senator Joseph R. Dtirton, who Is expected to return to bis homo here t' week from ronton, Mo., where ho . i Jail serv ing a six months' sentence, has en. gaged tho local theatre for March 23, when hn will deliver a public address. Senator thirton has for somn time threatened to expose thoso whom ho charged with being responsible for his conviction, and It Is said that his re marks will prove vcnsatlonal. Sewtral Men Shot While Engaged In Riot In East Chicago Hammond, Ind. In a M' nt riot nt tho Kast Chicago mill r , Republic Iron & Steel compan) several men wero shot, two probably fatally. Tho trouble sturted when fifty lnborors struck for higher wagos. Twenty lutor went Imclt to work and tho ro uinlnlnK thirty b'rol.o through the gates of tho steel plant to get at their companions. When once within tao plant a bloody riot followed. In which 100 stotB ver f wd MINES AND MINING Tho Daly-Judgo Mining company of Park City, Utah, last week posted Its regular quarterly dividend of $112,600, or 37 l-2c per share nastcrn financiers nre watching tho duvolopmcnt of Utah and Nevada mines closely and western mining stocks were never In better favor In tho east than at present. Low prices for thirty-three leading listed Iloston copper stocks show a depreciation of $1.11,312,255 in mar ket price as compared with tho high price record of Jan. 1. Thu statistics collected by the Iron Ago show tho output for February of coko and anthracite pig Iron amount ed to 2,015,003 tons, its compared with 2,205,007 gross tons in January. Indications from the achievements thus far this mouth aro that tho March dntput of pig Iron and of fin ished products of tho largor producer will exceed the banner rerord of Oc tober last. The ithcot and tin plate mills aro running under tremendous pressure. Thero 1 sonio talk ot advances in prices, but It Is well understood that tho leading Interest Is opposed to any such action. The establishment of tho Schwab' smelter at Ash Meadows, though thirty miles from Iloatty, will bo a help to this camp because It will bo tho natural distributing center for tho supplies used by tho smelter. Assays received by tho officials of thu Lnkesldo Copper company last week show $12 lu gold, 2.3 ounces In sliver and 28.9 per cent In copper. Tho property is located near Promon tory point, n short distance from Og den. Dig deals and big strikes arc of al most dally occurrenco In tho new camp of Mlzpah, midway between Ely and Cohro nnd four miles from tho line of tho Novndn Northern railroad, which connects Hly with tho ouUldo world. Tho now mill of tho Jennie Gold .Mining company Is Hearing comple tion rapidly, and tho management ex pects, In case railroad delays do not provent, that this plant will bo In full operation by tho Inst of tho present month. A five-drill Rand compressor plant, with n full complement of drills, elec tric motor and a wholo lot of othei machinery, wag loaded Monday at Salt Lake for shipment to tho properties- of tho Mason Valley company at Yerlngton. Pino Orovo district, In Heaver county, Utah, Is becoming active In a manner befitting its merits, the Sun Mining company being tho last com pnny owning property thero to get to work upon tho Bamo In tho most earnest fashion. Clarcnco McFaddcn, nn attorney, formerly of Salt Lake, has sold to Allen Adnmg, of Atlantic City, N. J., a group of six claims running high In lend and Bllver, for a consideration of $6,000. Tho claims are in Steptoo creek, Nevada, In tho Wood river section of Idaho tho Qulncy, Junior, company has been working on tho Red Klephnnt. A now deposit of fine galena oro four feet thick has bocn opened, Tho Croesus has a mlno and mill, and Is doing sonio good work. Tho F.urcka and Htilllon nlso aro being operated In a smull wny. Tho Muldoou district ot Idaho, which has been closed down for years, has been revived by Chicago, capital ists, who last fall started In on tho Dclle or tho Mountains, tho Muldoon and tho Mutual, nnd havo been work ing Btoadlly all winter. Thoy aro tak ing out sonio nlco galena and carbon nto oro. Tho Insplatlon mlno nt Globe, Ari zona, has been sold to tho Lewlsohn Interests for approximately ,000,000, constituting tho largest "al evor mado In tho Globo district. Tho Gen eral Development company, Adolph Lowlsohn, president, nnd J. Parke Channlng, consulting engineer, Is tho purchaser. For a consideration that Is known to run well abovo $100,000, Dr W. S. Phillips of Chicago and K. S. Hoyt or Tonopah havo purchased from Mc Cormlck & Schwab tho townstto of Realty and the Montgomery hotol property. This means that all tho unoccupied lots In Ucatty aro turned over to Phillips and Hoyt. Wild oxcltement has broken loose as a result of the discovery of mam moth ledges of rich copper ore five or six miles north nnd a little west of Acme, n small station on the Colo' rado & Carson railroad, and directly east of tho bouth end or Walker lake Nevada. A prominent mlno owner says: "Stories or high-grading woro grossl misrepresented In tho Goldfleld art! cles, for It Is probablo that not more than 100 mon wero employed when spoclmen oro could bo carried away nnd thoso nro by no means al' thieves" Judge Knappen of tl o United State circuit court, at Grand Rapids Mich., has issued a nutralnlnj ordei forbidding tho stockholder of the Calumet nnd Hecla Mining compan) from holding a meel'pg for t'-e pur poso of voting pioxies In the OavjoU omipuuT. UTAH STATE NEWS Tho Illnk Hawk Indian war veter ans' camp flro will bo held In Proro, August 20-23. Tho strcoct railway company of Salt Lako City has ordered steel rails to construct over 100 miles of track. Tho annual convention of tho Inter mountain Photographers' association was held lu Salt Lake City last week. The shearing of sheep begins at Mo dona April 14, Ono hundred and twen-ty-flvo thousand head nre listed thus far. Tho town of Loa, In Wayno county. Is thoroughly alarmed over what Is believed to bo nn epidemic of spinal meningitis. - Peter Etzol, n miner working nt tho Llttlo Hell mine, Park City, was ser Ious,y Injured by falling down n chuto a dlstanco or thirty tcct. A caso or smallpox was reported Id Salt Lake city Inst week, the first (no of tho dlseaso to bo reported In tue capital city bIiico August 8. During the coming summer the city of Ncphl will lay sower blocks of street and sidewalk pavement, con structed or concrete and cement. Threo clover plckockutB robbed Clarcnco Johnson, n young farmer from Glenwood, Sevier county, Utah, or $110 In Salt Lako City last week. Tho contract for tho new dally malt servlco from St. Georgo to Modona, via Enterprise, Utah, has been award ed to Charles J. Dnstlan, of St. George. Walter Green, a resident or Hooper, was thrown from his horso at that place and killed Instantly. Green was. 26 yenrs old and leaves n wiro and ono child. Henry DcHtiff, ono or tho oldest citizens or Pnrk City, was run down by a freight train and killed. DoIIufT was deaf and did not notlca tho ap proaching train. The range sheep of Utah aro to bo inspected this year beforo thoy nro dipped, and the Inspection will start at the regular dipping points In tho state early in April. Chief of Pollco Georgo A. Sheets of Salt Lake City, has been bound over to tho district court on a charge of conspiracy, in connection with tho McWhlrter robbery. Tho dog show held In Salt Lake City last week proved n grand buc cess, a number of fine dogs being ex hibited and the nttendanco nnd Inter est of tho public being most gratifying. Laura Cox, a seamstress employed at a bedding manufacturing establish ment In Salt Lako City, was caught by tho hair In a sowing machlno ana almost scalped, her hend being badly cut. Dcsplto the protests or tho Sioux In dians against having tho Whlto rlwor Utes sharo tholr reservation, tho presi dent has decided to quarter Utes with tho Chojcnno Sioux Indians for the present. TeachcrB In thtt Salt Lako schools aro assured of moro pay, tho senate having passed house bill No. 217, raising tho limit which Salt Lako may levy for school purposes from 614 to 61 mills. Fred Ilcntson, of Kvanston, Wyo aged 21, a brakemnn employed by tho Union Pacific, was killed near Emery, Utnb. Ho wns riding on top of a freight train, when his back was broken by a plpo from u water tank. Judge Thomns Malonoy, candidate on the American party ticket for tho supremo court or the state at tho last election, died nt Ogden on tho 15th, arter an Illness or four weeks, tho cnuso of his death being nn abscess or tho liver. Tho wholo section or central Utah Is greatly enthused over dry fnrmlng, nnd thero Is n section of country about ten by fifteen miles In nrcn lying west and south of Ncphl which Is shortly to be tho center of a great grain pro ducing country. Mlko McCabo and Wllllnm J. O'Lcary, two of tho six soldiers who wero arrested on February 28 on tho chargo of having assaulted and robbed Harold Herrum In Salt Lako City, have been bound over to tho district court for trial. W, II. Parrent, a self-confessed crim inal and thu star witness for tho prose cution In tho conspiracy caso against Chief of Police Georgo A. Sheets, ot Salt Lako City, has been released on his own recognlzanco, by request of tho county attorney. Whllo driving across tho tracks In Ogden, a wugon In which Frank 8kano was seated, was struck by a passenger train and Skane thrown under tho cars. Before tho wheels reachod hlB ' body the horso succeeded In kicking him from tho track out of danger. A heavy snowslldo camo down In Napoleon canyon, near Ogden, and did sonio damage to tho buildings or tho Napoleon & Maghera Copper Mlnlug company, carrying awny tho black smith shop and damaging the kitchen end or the hotol and dining-room.- An egg within an egg Is tho latest rrcak In Ogden. Tho rreak was dla discovered by Mrs. John Gray, Mrs. uray had bollod eggs for supper Frl day evening. When ono of the eggs was opened a second egg, about the lzo of a pigeon egg, rolled out of tho 'jtrger one.