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1 1 10 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, JUNE 11,1 920. H
' STATE AND JDAHO NEWS
SrX Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State
Charges of Excessive Profits
Contained in Complaint
. - : Filed at Boise
m '5301SE, Ida., Juiic 11. In a com-
' : plaint filed in Pocatello yesterday,
charges of making- oxccsslve profits
contrary to the Lever act arc made
' against officials of the Utah-Idaho
- " Sugar company. The complaint was
filed by J. B. Man-man, head of the
uepartment of Justice of Idaho, fol
lowing investigation conducted by him
and other members of the department
in southeastern Idaho.
The complaint charges the Utah
Idaho Sugar company, directed by He-1
; bfer J. Grant, C. AV. Zs'lbley, Thomas R.
Qltler. IK (3. Whitnoy, W. T. Pyper;
and Stephen H. I-ove, has made exces-J
slvo profits in the sale of sugar to;
dealers at Pocatello. ,
Four different counts are cited in
M9 the complaint, which charges that the
mm. corporation sold sugar which cost
f Ti $3.50 to manufacture to two different
1 mercantile concerns at prices ranging
I j above $23 and $24 per hundred i
; M pounds , . i
di Specifically, the complaint charges j
9 that on May G at Pocatello the Utah-)
IK Jdaho Sugar company sold to the Zloni
I Co-operative Mercantile Institution;
i twenty-five sacks of beet sugar atj
! I S-1.0S1 per hundred, the total cost of I
I f manufacturing the same not being
Hi over ?0.50 per hundred pounds. i
M " On May S the sale of 100 sacks to1,
Tt the same company at $23. SSI is made
I t and the other sales arc to the Idaho j
Wholesale Grocery company and con-,
; sist of 100 sacks on May 5 and an-
; other 100 sacks on May 12 at $2-1.0777
" per hundred. I
I MERCHANTS BANK CASE
MAY BE DISMISSED;
SALT LAKE, June 11. Dismissal
of the suit brought by the receiver of
the Merchants' bank to recover from!
twenty-nine former directors of the
Institution has become practically cer-J
lain as a result of settlements efrected
arid in process of completion, accord
ing to an announcement ol counsel1
of the receiver. L'pon this announce-,
ment Judge P. C. Jivans of the Third;
district court granted a motion yes
terdav for the continuance of the case,
V until "Monday. '
Counsel for Receiver Stephen II.-
Lynch gave out the information that
I, settlement had practically been com
; pleted in the case of li. Biunard, who
came from Texas lor that purpose,
' and that a telegraphic dispatch trom
'4 A. O- Jacobson in Nevada was to the
J effect that he will accept the rcceiv
' er's terms. ,
The next petition for authorization
of acceptance of settlements which
Judge V. JL Bramel will be request-1
cd to approve .will clear up the situa
tion; in the opinion of tne attorneys
S for the receiver. With approximately
S $150,000 to be realized. tnis will be
sufficient to bring tne payments to
1 depositors up to t0 cents on the dol-
I lar. The anticipated long legal battle, '
with heavy expenses and uncertainty
JIBl' of realization even upon judgments
I'ful after obtained, will be avoided. 1
11 BAPTIST CONVENTION
I BROUGHT TO CLOSE,
MM SALT LAKE. June 11. With a con-'
mj secratlon service the thirty-seventh .
W annual meeting of the Baptist state
u convention closed last night. Dr. A.
N M. Petty of Portland, Ore., general "
U representative of the Northern ' Bap-1
tist conientlon, delivered the address
on "Consecration." Miss Me'me Brock
way of Los Angeles also spoke at the'
At the afternoon session a vote of
thanks was accorded Professor J. A.;
' Smith of Ogdcn in special recognition;
1m ror his services as president of the'
it organization. Professor Smith has!
m been active In the church work for'
, ulj more than thirty years in Utah and!
K t conducted the first correspondence!
HI sohool for training Sunday school'
i Mi teachers in Utah. i
I I IDAHO FRUIT CROP i
TO BE UNDER NORMAL
TWIN FALLS, Ida., June 11. rlda--'
bo's' peach crop will be the smallest!
2- in. years this, year, according to C. J.!
i Sinsel; former president of the state I
j agriculture society. Mr. Sinsel re-j
f cently returned from a tour of the'
f state during which time he inspected
the orchards in all sections. I-atc
frosts are given as the reason. :
The cherry output will be the great-!
est in years while pears and prunes!
also promise a heavy output. Homo
grown strawberries are already on the!
market. The apidc crop, according to'
Sinsel. will easily surpass the output)
of 3641 carloads made during the 1'JIO
ill BDY KILLED WHEN
1 THROWN FROM HORSE
I fit EPHTIIAM, June 11. Roger Niel-
3 R' son 10 years of age. was instantly kill-
39, if Mrs. Fred Nellson, was instantly klll-
;jH ed Tuesday evening when" a horse I
which he was riding threw him against
. 3 a telegroph pole. The bov was in-
& stantly killed, the force of the blow
V breaking his neck.
H His parents, four brothers and a
fjj sister survive him.
AGED WOMAN IS
Seeks Shelter Under Lee of
Barn Which Is Blown
SALT LAKE, June 11. The body
of Mrs. Mary Simon, 79 years old,
was found beneath a wind wrecked
barn yesterday at about S o'clock by
James Howarth When Howarth
fount! the body, his neighbor, Rich
ard Simon. 1G00 Redwood road, had
been looking for his mother for sev
Mrs. Simon, It L? stated, had been
fixing a fence near the barn and when
the galo of whtd swept Salt Lake yes
terday, apparently sought tho rear of
the barn for protection. It chanced
that the violence of the air current
tore the iKirn from its moorings and,
after carrying the structure for near
ly twenty feet, dropped it on Mrs.
Simon. She had been dead soveral
hours when discovered, It is stated.
ELECT DIRECTORS FOR
CACHE COUNTY FAIR
LOG AX, June 11. At a meeting of
fair directors yesterday, the following
supervisors of the Cache county fair,
to be held September 21, '2 and 23,
Department A, horses, George Woolf,
Hyde Park: department Djuul C, cat
tle, sheep and swine. F. ID; Thatcher.
Logan; department D, poultry, IT. C.
Maugham, Logan; department B and
F, agriculture and horticulture, An
thon Pehrson. Logan; Thomas J.
Rowley and James S. Hancey, Logan,
associates; department G. floriculture.
Mrs. V. A. Armstrong, Logan: depart
ment IT, manufacturing, fair officials;
department T. women's work and home
economics, Mrs George C. Smith, Lo
gan; department J, boys' and girls'
club work for county and Logan city
sehools,..Chase Kear, Logan; P. A. C.
Pedersen, Logan, assistant.
The premium list of the fair is being
made up and will be distributed by
M. R. Hovey. secretary of the associa
tion, within two weeks, it was an
THREE. MEN. OVERCOME
IN POCATELLO BLAZE
POCATELLO, Ida.. June 11. Three
men were overcome with smuke Iiliv
last night in a five which destroyed
the new terminal building of tne
Caldwell Traction company. Ernest
Pennington, a fireman, who was gass
ed . in France, was taken from the
building unconscious. He recovered
in a few hours. Robert Corbin and
the fire chief were also overcome by
the dense fumes, but recovered with
in a short time.
When the firemen readied the
scene of tne blaze the entire base
ment was in flames. A candy concern
in the same building caught fire and
their products stored in the building
developed mas3t-s of fumes and smoue.
Walter Sebree is the owner of the
building, which, he says, was covered
by fire insurance. Tne fire is thought
to have started in the bake oven, and
200 barrels of flour were completely
UTAH COAL WILL BE !
BUNKERED ON COAST
SALT LAME, June 11. The Stan
dard Fuel company will erect a tide
water plant at Oakland. Cal.. costing
$o00,000 for bunker purposes, accord
ing to an announcement made here
today by F. A. Sweat, president of the
company, Utah coal will be stored in
the new' structure, which will store
2o0,000 tons of coal when completed. -It
is to be constructed in an estuary
off San Francisco bay, near Oakland.
A special train has been chartered
to carry the steel from the east to
the coast and work will bo started at
The announcement came in connec
tion with the hearing before the pub
lic utilities commission of Utah on
the application of the Utah Terminal
Railway for permission to construct
a line from Standardville, in Spring
canyon, to a junction with the Utah
railway company's line.
ELY MURDER CASE
IS GIVEN TO JURY!
ELY. New, June 11. The case of
the State of Nevada against Mrs,
Mary M. Healy, charged with murder
in the first degree for the killing of
her husband, James C. Healy, on the
night of May 17, was submitted to
the jury yesterday morning at 7 o'
clock. At a late hour 'last night the
jury was 3til! deliberating. Mrs. Hea
ly, when on the stand, told the court
rhe had shot her husband, thinking
Tiat he was an intruder j
i . I
20,000 TROUT FRY TO
BE PLANTED NEAR LOGAN J
LOGAN, June H- Twenty thousand'
trout fry from the state fish and game
commissioner, R. H. SIddoway, werei
received here yesterday bydFphn Chris-'
tensen, chairman of the fisTand game
committee of the chamber of com
merce, to be placed in the ponds in
BABE HUNG ON
CHOKES TO DEATH
POCATELLO, Ida., June LI.
Hung by the strings of a bonnet,
from a barbed wiro fence, tho 2-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. A.
N. Samons of Preston, choked to
death, according to advices
brought to Pocatello by Dr. James
Miller, who arrived here yester
day. . .
The babe's mother had tied tho
bonnet strings under his chin.
He attempted to climb the fence
and one of the strings caught on
a barb. Trying to loosen the
siring tho youngster fell, was sus-'
ponded on the string, and was
TW0 SERIOUSLY HURT
IN SALT LAKE MISHAP
j SALT LAKE, June 11. Victor
Mennlngton, . 1 9, and M. Kamo, Jap-
j anese, 2S, .Were seriously injured at
' Second West and Third North streets
shortly after 5 o'clock yesterday at
ternoon whcn"thev.vcrfi struck 1)5 an
I automobile driven by "Oliver Wood,
j 06. Wood was driving .a high" pow
ered car. The two young men wero
riding a motorcycle at the tlmo of
I Mcnnington suffered a compound
fracture of tho left leg which may
I have to be amputated. He also suf
fered a deep laceration behind his
I left ear. Kamo- .suffered a broken
collar bone and abrasions of the head
and arms. The youths were removed
i to the emergency hospital by J. B.
i .Mull 1ns.
BRIGHAM CITY TO HAVE
1 NEW 35-PIECE BAND
BKJGHAAl CITY. June 11. Erlg
hain City is to have a new thirty-five
piece bnnd. Th board of governora
of the Commercial club recently ap
pointed a committee composed of B. j
M. Thompson. Jack Bowrlng, Bervard
Nichols and Dr. M, G. JJansen to in
vestigate, and if possible to effect the
organization of a military band.
The committee has reported success
in its work which lias resulted in the
formation of a band rvvith K. C Wright
as director. v At the first rehearsal
thirty-live men responded.
SENDS UTAH SHEEP i
TO' COMPETE IN TEXAS !
BRIGHAM CITY. June 11. Four
carloads of the famous Kambouillet
sheep were shipped yesterday by Wil
lard S. Hansen, prominent fnrmet ami ,
sheep breeder of Eielding, to San Au
gelo, Tex., to be placed on sale at
a sheep auction to be held this week. ,
Included in the lot are 150 of his
choicest rams which he will not at
tempt to soil, but Is tal-.ing them along
for show purposes. Mr. mul Mrs. Han-!
sen will leave for San Angelo Monday.!
TWIN FALLS' MAKING !
GOOD PAVING RECORD'
TWIN FALLS.- Ida. June 11.- A
record number of paving petitions
have been received by the city coun
cil for the creation of paving in a
rious parts of the city. 1
Approximately fourteen miles of .im
provement of the principal thorough
fares of the city will he paved, accord
ing to members of the city council.
Petitions for five' additional miles have
beon received and orders are now ;
u u f
CACHE COUNTY COWS I
TO BE GIVEN TESTS
LOGAN. June 11. 11. L. Wrigiey.
county agent, announced yesterday!
that all cows hi Cache county will be
tested for tuberculosis by Dr. U. L. '
Carlson of the department of animal
industry at Washington. D. C. This
far, no tubercular signs have been dis
covered among the cattle, it is said.
UTAH ACTRESS DIES
AT SALT LAKE HOME
SALT LAKE, June 11. Mrs. Jeanne
Russell Alford Brandon, noted Utah (
actress, died Wednesday night at the;
homo of her mother. Mtk. Margaret It. :
Alford, 302 Center .street, as the re-'
suit of illness following a nervous ,
breakdown about a year ago.
WOKKIXG IX IDAHO.
POCATELLO, Ida.. June 11. Ma
jor Fred R. rteed. who is conducting
a campaign for new members of tne
Reclamation association in the west
ern part of the state, was In Pocatel
lo yesterday for several hours.
According to the major, few peo
ple realise the magnitude of this
work hi Jdaho. He stated that more
than $1S,9S7 had been collected In
Idaho for carrying on the work-. Ban-'
nock county leads the state with a!
total of $2702.25 collected for the as-'
sociation. and Ada countv is a close j
second,, with 2530.73. Lincoln countv
has contributed ?1500 and Elmore1
citizens. $1 1 2-4.50. Miscellaneous
-memberships have amounted to ?1509.
The larger Items of expenditures are
for salaries, traveling expenses, pub
licity, conventions and meetings.
1LLTCIT DISTILLER if SEIZED.
TWIN FALLS. Ida., June 10. Po
lice authorities last night confiscated
An illicit distillery in Snake River
canyon, near Murtaugh. The operators
were absent at the time of the raid,
but arrc3ts, it is said, projaaby will
. be made.
XJBW C. OF O. HOME.
BUHL, Ida., June 10. The Huhl'
I chamber of commerco moved into Its.
,now uarters in the new city hall Thurs
J'HAT there are Physicians wno specialize on Infant ailments you know, All
7 Physicians understand Infant troubles: all Physicians treat them. It is his
profession, his duty, to know human ills from the Stork to the Great Beyond.
But in serious cases he calls in the Specialist, Why? Be knows as every
Mother knows, or ought to know, that Baby is just a baby needing special treat
ment, special remedies.
Can a TrAher be less thoughtful ? Can a Mother try to relieve Baby with
a remedy that she would use for herself? Ask yourself; and answer honestly 1
Always remember that Baby is just a baby, And remembering this you
will remember that Fletcher's Oastoria .is made especially for Infants and
i112!g The False and the True0
! IJSiSlS Advertising by the use of large space, the expenditure of hutre sums
i SjMTT- "nSrAbScsW of moncy have placed on the market, have put in y our home, perhaps,
' iM?crc manrartidesthattodayhavebeendiscded.asyouvmreadhyadmit
: I rSnfum Staenor you recall anything that has more modestly appealed to the
$Wfcy i Vt XAncoTic Pbhc than has Fletcher's Castoria: modest in aU its claims, pleading
Wm Tr i at timeB and truthf uUy-for our babies ?
1 Tif The big splurg, the misleading daims inay win for a time, but
WM Si the honest truth-telling advertiser ia like the old story of the tortoise
&g-2faSi jw& f H that beat the hare.
-ftrtihs I 8 , Mothers everywhere, and their daughters, new mothers, speak
fSsiWffi ) franM7 glowingly, enthusiastically in praise of Fletcher's Castoria.
Wmii ' S of logly as a friend that has brought comfort, cheer and
MR""Tdvfor $1 smiles t0 their little-one.
1 'lrnnAinaBon oWhow.j There are substitutes and imitations as there arc for the diamond,
WM , PFcvwishncss and for anything of value. One might almost say that that which is not
'BWWI T oss of Sleep f copied has no value. So you have had the signature of Chas. H.
rfaieaUint!icrcfro,'n-inlnfarKy. t Fletcher and a copy of the genuine wrapper kept constantly before
;l ftS"siSof you that you may guard against the false and the untrue.
Pf If f Ci0- I, "0THERS SHULD REA E B00KLETTHAT ,S AR0U"D EV"Y BOTTLE OF FLETCHER'S CASTORIA
ttlfej ENU,ME CASTORIA ALWAYS
FROM CONE SELLER
TO MOVIE PMGNATE
HOLLYWOOD. Cal. Ten years ago
Sol Tesscr launched himself into the
movie world by sellng Ice cream cones
in a Frisco nickelodeon. Today lie
owns ti chain of theaters in-California.
distributes films to more than a hun
dred movie houses, and is prdoucing
Annette Kellerinan and George Beban
features at Hollywood.
WOODMEN Of IE
: ;. WOULD .
Members will meet at Hall Sunday,
June 13th, at 9:30 .1. m. and march
to csmetcry to decorate craves- Team
in. white uniform.
WILLIAM MULLEN, Clerk.
2505 ' . RAX ROSS, C. C.
'islS VEX MEN TIE GIRL j
j XD SXIP HER IL.JK
LOXDOX. Seven masked menj
forced a sflrl here to open tho doorj
to them by threatening to blow up,
the building.- Upon entrance they tied,
her in a chair and while six of them
sang "We're Out For Ireland free,"
the seventh snipped off ber golden
hair. They threatened, too, cutting
off, her ears. A newspaper here says:
'This, however, was not done."
STEER THIEF SENTENCED. I
POCATELLO. Ida., June 10. Frank
V. Miller, convicted in the district
court for stealing and killing a steer,
was today sentenced by Judge Baum
to from one to fourteen years in the
stato penitentiary. Attorneys for the
defense made a motion for :i now
trial, which was denied by the judge.
THROAT CVT IN FALL
RLAME ELECTRIC WIRE
PATERSON, N. J. Jamea Duftey.
a telephone lineman, was found lying'
I In the street here with his throat bad-
ly slashed Although .-it first foul play
I or attempted suicide was suspecten, it
j is now believed Duffey fell Trom. a
pole where he was at work, and that
his throat came In contact with an
j electric wire.
MERE KITTEN HOLDS UP
A WHOLE P.VRADE
NEWARK, N. J. A white kitten
held up a parade fifteen minutes here
and nearly drove "Big Jim" McCor
mick. tho traffic cop, crazy. A streot
car blocked the way for the parade.
Jim went to investigate and found the
motorman trying to extricate a kitten
from the switch points. It took a
quarter of an hour to take up tho rail
and pull kitty out.
Mrs. Alice L. Yocum of Boone, Iowa,
whose thirteenth husband obtained a
divorce from her recently, says she 15
thinking of marrying again .
a cure sign that your ha!r ia rfla fex
coming ouL Perhaps but a CN
few hairs a day but surely fs"
afteibbro's ITerpicide 1
will eradicate your dandruff SpSw 4
save your hair and make your nS&SyJM
scalp tingle with new life.
Applications at the better Barber Shops. fe3l
Newbro's Herpiczde is Sold at all Drug & Dep't Stores.
DOINGS OF' THE DUFFS-Tom Was the First Man to Come With a Straw Hat. By AIman
i 1 See. Vou BotxSHT A Mevi I II I Tom, How Do 1 Look IM VouR I I ... uc I 'I it longi I . 1 - , , T 1 -n
f SKM HAT.TOM- Good Hew ?paw hat? CAMI wS nl' leTMeTW IT K?,5f UVtwT Tf&fSL,! ,
b t-tow hat- tm much? vaTteHiVFAiS!v? XllZ' hw- falif Mwl-nvo-Wte.
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HAVE MI IB 1
Nobody Can Tell When You 1
Darken Gray, Faded Hair
With Sage Tea JM
Grandmother kept her hair beauLi-
fully darkened, glossy and attractive IH
. with a brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur. IH
Whenever her hair took on that dull,
faded or streaked appearance, this sim
pic mixture was applied with wonder- '
ful effect By asking at any drug
store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphut IH
Compound," you will get a largo bot
tie of this old-lime recipe, improved
by the addition of other ingredients, all H
ready to use, at very little cost. Thia
simple mixture can be depended upon M
to restore natural color and beauty to H
A well-known downtown druggist 3
says everybody uses Wyeth's .Sage H
and Sulphur Compound now because ft
darkens so naturally and evenly that
nobody can tell it has been applied
it's so easy to use, too. You simply IH
dampen a comb or soft brush ami
draw it through your hair, taking one
strand at a time. By morning the gray
hair disappears; after another npplica
tion or two. It Is restored to its nal- HB
ural color and looks glossy, soft and' EV
Lift Off Corns I No Pain I .
Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little
Treezone on an .idling corn, instantly
'.;:at corn stops hurting, then you lift 11
it right out. Yes, magic! iH
A tiny bottle of Freezone costs but a mm
few cents at any drug store, out i3 suf- , mM
ficlent to remove every hard corn, soft i
corn, or corn between the toes, and jH
the calluses, without soreness or irri-
la tion. . I M
Freezone Is the sensational discov- IH
ery of a Cincinnati genius. It is won- i
t'tirfui. Advertisement. mmm
"California Syrup of Figs"- Ikmm
ChH's Best Laxat
Accept "California" Syrup of Fig?
only look for the name California ou f
the package, tlien you are sure your
child Is having the best and most t i
harmless physic for the little stomach, M
liver and bowels. Children love its JL M
fruity taste. Full directions on each 18 H
bottle. You must say "California." tt H
LEMON JUICE I li
. FOR FRECKLES f E H
Girls! Make beauty lotion ior j l! H
a few cents Try it! 1 , I H
Squeeze the juice of two lemons into WM
a bottle containing three ounces of MM
orchard white, shake well, and you . ' PI
have a quarter pint of the best freckle I II
and tan lotion, and complexion beautl- ' fl
fier, at very, very small cost. Id
Your grocer has the lemons and anv H
: drug store or toilet counter will sup-' H
ply three ounces of orchard white for lll
a few cents. Massage this sweetly
fragrant lotion into fhe face, neck, LH
arms and hands each day and see how rQH
freckles and blemishes disappear and V v, fl
how clear, soft and rosi'-white tho -sy
skin becomes. Yes! It is harmless and fl
never irritates, Advertisement. H
I OVER-ACIDITY I I
of tho stomach has upset many a I H
night's rest. If your stomach is add- I ifl
disturbed, dissolve tvro or three I H
on the tongue before retiring and en MM
joy refreshing sleep. The purity and I H
goodness of Ki-moids guaranteed by I AW
SCOTT & EOWNE I mMu
MAKERS OF SCOTTS EMULSION I i jmU
Mother Gray's LAW
a Imple, ple.int remedy tm Vh.t t hTTi AFls -.CJsiiiiiiiiiiiiH
condiuon which bo DSuonSfo-Vh.?di?,s?,a JiiiiiiiiiiiiH