SALT LAKE NEWS. t j Jinlre Ziuie flakes' an Important j ' Ruling. A Rich Utah Claim that Has Been Ly- ins IJl? Can N:w Ea Worked. Salt Lake. August S. Special to the Dispatch. An order was made by Judge Zane to-day by which one of the richest mining properties in Utah can be evelopcd. It is a portion of the May flower claim, which has been tied up by litigation for a long time. Judge Zane decided to allow hoi f) parties to pros"''u'e work on tiling bonds i:i tlr-r-.iii ..I Spiti.MHi each and hling montidy ;eji! ts wit h him. In the afternoon, the divorce case of K.iiie iiMhc vslMward Ul tin: came : nji. b.-.e .leiendant made nc ::ipeai:iiict i a .i a t.egree of divorce was granted I ..n ihe grounds of deserti'jn. Tent of SusHr iterts. I Lake, August S. ) Special to "i'.ii; ihsi'ATri:. The polariscojiic test of sugar beets raised near Lehi has been coaijileted. T!.. b-st result is pulp 1S.SS, sacchr.riii- i.".3d, i;nity 8e.l. The result compar--: favorably with California heels when r"j?. while those beets have yet four tweeds-- in w hich to ripen an 1 when ripvm d "will contain as high as tw.-::ir per cent of saccharine. Mr. J. E. Jennings of the Utah Sugar Co. is greatly elated with the. result. Found (tuiliy of Assaulting Mie Motormaii Salt Lake Citv, Aug. 8 Sjiecial to the Dispatch C F.Ford, one of the proprietors of the Franklyn Avenue Variety theatre, and drum major of the Lioeral band, was tried before Commissioner Com-missioner Pratt to ilav for his: brutal j assault tm motormauO'uw of the Street Car Co., on election day. Fonl was tound guily and wilt be sentenced Monday. ASiberl-in Ktile Escapes, Bkeslau. August S. Jacob Koton, ( who was ex. led to Siberia twenty-live j years ago for taking part in a Polish re- j volt, escaped last Easter juid has just j reached this city, where he has made j himself known. Though but forty six j years old, his hair is snow while and his face a mas of wrinkles. He has lost all his teeth ami bears eveiy mark j of old iige. He 1 1 escribes his sutlVrmg j dining his long exile as agonizing. Ilr is wholly destitute, but is being caied for by some friends. The Verdict Against Meliinlej ism. Cleveland, O , August S. The low-price low-price of wool and the scarcity of buyers is doing much to convince Ohio farmers farm-ers of the fallacy of McKinley's protectionist protec-tionist arguments. On Saturday, at Mdlersburg, a load of wool stood on the street all day ami not a hid was uttered ut-tered for it. Tlie farmer-owner was ! compel'ed to find a place to store it and I wait for a 1 uyer at any price. Such 'occurrences will make hundicds of votes for Campbell in the counirv districts. dis-tricts. Jim Blaine IViU Jet Well Now. New Youk, August 8. l)r, Baldwin arrived in this port on the steamer Majestic lO-tlay, He is the physician who treated Secretary hlaire during his stay in Florence, Italy, some jears ago. Dr. Baldwin comes to these shores owing to a request from t he secretary sec-retary of state. On his arrival in New York he went at once to Bar Harbor, i Dr. Baldwin has ln-en very successful in treating Mr. Blaine for his chronic trouble. j Will Not lie Held New York, August 8. Commissioner Commission-er Sheilds decided this morning not to j hold to await the action of Jthe United j : States grand jury. Capt. J. A. Thonip- j .son, who was chargt d by bis ships i ; carpenter, Erick Eklund with cruel; ' treatment alleged to have been com-j i nutted on board the J. F. Chapman on ; May '2. on her last voyage from San j : Francisco to Liverpool. The story j created tjuiie a sensation at t.'.e time) ': and w as extensively telegraphed. '