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Hr Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State j
' Salt Lake Branch of Ogden
H Concern Robbed '
SALT UKE, June 12, Safe crack
crs secured more than $500 in cash
j and $100 In checks from the Brown -
inK Automobile company, 750 South
Main street early yesterday morning.
Bf This is the second time the Brown-
H Ins company's safe has been robbed,
the last time being December 7, 1919.
Hj Money rarely has been left In the of-
fice safe, according to Arch Brown
Ingr, and only exceptional clrcum-j
stances prevented depositing- the
money In a bank Thursday. '
Hl The yeggs opened the safe with a
pinchbnr and sIccIkc hammer, accord-!
1 lng to Detective Carl Carstensen, who'
investigated the case. Entrance was'
gained through a rear window. Ai
Japanese porter discovered the rob-1
bcry early in the morning.
According to Browning, employes of
the company worked In the office un
ill midnight.
Investigation revealed the cracks
men had turned off the offlco light
which Is loft burning all night and
H used a light of their own. The safe' I
which was blown open In December'
was rendered useless us was the safo
which was crackctl yesterday morn-i
Detective Carstensen said he be-j
ljcvcd the job done by amateurs, dc
H pito the effective way in which theyi
H cracked the stronlc box.
H The onjy clues officers have to work
H on are finger prints and a flashlight'
H left by the yeggs when they departed, i
W Jary in Healey Murder
pi Case Fails to Agree
ELY. New, June 12. The jury In'
3Mjl the, case of the state against Mary B. ;
lilll Hcalcy after sixteen hours deliberation
''M$m notified District Judge C. J. McFadden
fMS that they had failed to agree.
It is understood that the jury was 1
about equally divided. Mrs. llcaleyi
ll$fH' tried again in July.
'IsflS' Mrs. Healed was charged with the J
Hwy'H. slaying of her husband. She alleged j:
that she shot him by mistake bellev-j
iM ino him to be an Intruder. j
jffvl BRIGHAM, June 12. Six cases of
filU,. Juvenile delinquency were disposed of
-fH during a court session here by Juvc-
nilc Judge J. Gardner. Three
'H i young men from Elwood appeared im
j t court charged with stealing an auto-1
jtjJBHI mobile and joy-riding. They all en-
WlM tered a plea of guilty and werb flneci1
fPBf ' each. r , j
ffijM Three boys from this city appeared.
charged with stealing lambs from a!
IxtH sheep herd belonging to Nichols
li&W Brothers, which ranged on the hills
r$fcM near this city during the spring:
months. The court held two of the
iiftlfll ,)oys for Curlner investigation, but,
lB tno tmrd was released upon his prom-1.
jUH isc to reimburse the owner of the)
POCATBLLO, Ida.. June 12. Miss
' Edith Gant, city librarian, returned
yesterday from the forty-second an
nual conference of the American Li
brary association, held at Colorado
Springs from June 2 to 7. Miss Gant
was accompanied by Miss Ruth Cow
gill of Boise and Mi3s Marian Orr of
Twin Falls. The three represented
southern Idaho.
Salt Laker Accused of Murder
of William H. Scott Found
Not Guilty
SALT LAKE, Juno 12. Freed of
the charge of murder of William H.
Scott, fatally shot in the "Welden hotel
December 21, Andrew Haravgis
walked from the courtroom of tho
criminal division of the Third district
court a free man at 12:30 o'clock yes
terday. Mrs. Scott, widow of the slain man,
collapsed at the same time that
friends of Haravgis cried out and
clapped their hands in joy when the
verdict of "not guilty" was read. Har
avgis might have hecn taken for one
,of the spectators in the matter except
;for a burning alertness of expression
i in his eyes and a deep breath of ap
parent relief wher Judge Harold M.
Stephens ordered the defendant dis
charged. The. shooting which Haravgis was
accused and for which he was tried for
murder occurred in a quarrel which
began when Scott undertook to call his
wife from a room in the Welden hotel
where she was in company with Har
avgis and had been drinking, accord
ing to the cvldenco adduced at the
During the trial the defense suc
ceeded in establishing a doubt of the
correctness of the state's claim that
tho fatal shot was fired by Haravgis. ,
The jury followed the contention of
both counsel that a verdict of guilty of
murder in the first degree or not
guilty would be proper In the circum
stances. Tho Jury was out four hours and
thlry-four minutes, retiring at SM0
o'clock last night and returning its
verdict at 12:14, returning once during 1
deliberations for special instructions.
The exclamations of pleasure from
friends of Haravgis n the room, espe
cially one woman, provoked from the
court a quick order that no demon
strations be indulged in. Mrs. Scott .
was assisted from the courtroom by i
frionds. i
J SALT LAKE. June 12. Failure of
I the Cache Valley Commission com
I pany of Logan, and of the Ogden j
I backing and Provision company to,
file .with Walter M. " Boydcn. state'
'dairy and rood commissioner, the
; monthly reports 'required by the state,
; law of the amount of foodstuffs held,
j in cold storage warehouses, haa made
'it impossible to complete the monthly j
storage report, It was announced yes-
I With the reports of the two compa-
iiiies roporled still missing, the totals i
as compiled by Mr. Boyden'j office)
show that at the beginning of the.
'present month there were in storage
I in Utah 12.230 cases of egga. 35.12G
pounds of butter, 7193 pounds of
cheese, 48. SCO1 pounds of poultry. 2S1.
10S pounds .of fresh meat3; 261.167 ,
pounds of cured meats, 1341 pounds!
of fresh fish. 4 977 pounds of cured
fish. 109,605 pounds of dried fruits, I
140.431 pounds of nuts. 2600 pounds
ot oleomargarine, 32,060 pounds of!
lard. 3101 pounds of frozen egg meats.:
62,157 pounds of candy, -1S05 pounds'
of canned milk and GO, 100 pounds of i
lard compound. j
buhl physician weds I
j teacher at pocatello
I PUCATELI.U. Ida.. June 12. Dr. !
'George B Randall of Buhl and Miss'
Matilda Bohr, a teacher of the public)
schools in Pocatello, were married
yesterday. The ceremony was per-j
formed at the Congregational church
by Rev. c. 11. Cleaves in the presence
of relatives and Immediate friends of
the couple. The newly married pair
will make their home at Buhl.
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Thousands of Delegates From
Various Parts of State
SALT LAKE, June 12. Thousands
of delegates from various parts of the
state and other states attended the
opening sessions of tho M. I. A. con-j
vcntlon of tho Li. D. S. church hcrej
yesterday. Tho principal address was
made by Miss Clarinda Beesley, sec-,
retary of the Y. L, M. I. A. Hor sub
ject was "The M. I. A. in Progressive
Addresses were also made by Joseph
M. McMurrln and Mary E. Connelly.'
The singing was conducted by B. Cecil'
Gates. I
An annual report was made by Sec
retary Moroni Snow, presenting the'
following vltems: Number of assocla-i
tlons, 763; total membership, 40,226;'
avcrago attendance, 1S.S26, total of
meetings held, officers' and regular
sessions, 30,997; numler taking part
in activities, 15.S50; number having
reading course books, 4990, number!
of members away from homo at I
school, 1226; of missions, 112S: inl
service of country, 262, at work, 1SS2.
Contactors Against
Further Arbitration;
SALT LAKE. Ji;no 12 The Utah;
Associated General Contractors having
decided against further arbitration,
with th Building Trades council, will
Inform the Building Trades council of
their decision today and will immedi
ately start work, according to an-,
nouncoments made yesterday. I
George E. Morrill, who has been (II-1
reetlng much of the work of the con-
tractors during tho present labor trou-i
bio. announced this decision. I
Material yards, which have been
closed for the past month, will open
as soon as It Is possible, It Is 3tntod.,
This means a resumption of building i
in Salt Lake, it Is stated by Mr. Mer
rill. He also said.
"The Utah Associated General Con
tractors cannot consent to any modlfi-j
cation by ommission or restatement of
the principles and terms embraced in,
the agreement offered to the Building
Trades council.
. And further, that inasmuch as the
Building Tades council has declined to
subsu-ibe to this agreement and has.
offered no proposal, either officially
Dr otherwise, which retains all of the
issentiul principles of the proffered
lgreement, the Utah Associated Gen-'
.lal Contractors declare It to be their
Intention to proceed with their work)
without further negotiation and will)
conduct same upon the plan .and prln- .
riplo of employment set forth below: ;
"That workmen shall be employed1
inly on the basis of their ability and
'Itness for the work required and en
lirely without regard to affiliation .
A'ith a union or other organization."!
fin 1 i
j BRIG HAM, June 12. Estimated'1
cost of rebuilding the Briglmm mu-.'
Iniclpal electric light plant will be'1
! $120,000, according to a report of C. '
' U. Roskolley, who has completed an '
I investigation. "When rebuilt the plant;'
will develop the maximum of 1500 i
horsepower. A bond election will be i
I held soon In which the taxpayers will i
i be asked to authorize the city to go :
j ahead with the work. i
At the regular meeting of the city :
'council Tuesday evening the action of :
j Mayor Peters In obtaining the high
J line power rights from the Reclama-1
I Hon Power company was unanimously1;
approved and tho ugreemcnts were1'
; signed. The feeling of the administra
tion is that the work should proceed!
I with dispatch In order that the city t
I may be In a position as early as possi-j
blc to supply the demands made for
j electrical energy.
I In rebuilding the plant on the high!
jline. It is the intention to dismantle1
j the present plant and dispose of the)
equipment, which is all In first-class !
condition. This project seems to have)
the unanimous indorsement of all thei
people of this city.
; HOLIDAY . June 12 Sidney Brigh
ton, 19-months-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. S. A. Brighton, was drowned
; about 10 o'clock yesterday morning In
the Casto spring Irrigation ditch, I
! which runs through the Brighton
; property.
1 The child had been playing about!
j the yard and when missed by the
i mother an alarm was sent out and
search begun. The child's body was
! found about a quarter of a mile down
I stream.
KAYSV1LLE, June 12. Selection of
permanent headquarters for the Kays
Mile Commercial club will bo among
the important features to come be
fore a meeting to be held Monday
evening in the court house. A com
mittee report In regard to rooms will
bo submitted and the matter of se
lection will bo decided by the club
members. Arrangements whereby the
I newly organized band will give frco
lopen air concerts at tho playground
will also bo discussed.
1 uu
! The United States Imported raw silk
valued at $51,000,000 from China last
Brighter Outlook of Various
Nations Described by New
York Banker
NEW YORK. June 12. Difficulties
arising from the war are being dealt
with satisfactorily li England, France
and Italy, according to Otto H. Kahn,
banker, who returned from Europe.
Prediction that thev will bo overcome
is Justified, he said. For the last year
Mr. Kahn declared, Europe had been
suffering less from the effects of the
war than from peace.
England Is prosperous and is going
ahead, Mr. Kahn said, "and talk that
this country can displace her as the
world's financial center Is idle.
"In saying this," he added, "I am
far from under estimating the leading
part America will play In the world's
work and the boundless scope of our
opportunities. But we should seek to
supplement, not to displace one an
other." France, is also hard at work,
the banker found, but the French are
"somewhat disillusioned and disap
pointed that American capital remains
conspicuous largely by its absence."
Italy has a surplus of labor, he said,
and is making goort progress, curtail
ing Imports and increasing exports.
Industrial centers a-e developing to a
remarkable degree.
Mr. Kahn said the European labor
situation is not vCry different from
here and he does not consider It Is be
ing "actuated to an serious extent by
Bolshevists or kindred motives."
Russians with i-hom the banker
talked in Paris "look for the collapse
of the Bolshevist oMgarchy within IS
months, but l hey believe Russia will
remain a republic," he asserted.
In tho opinion of Germans, French
men. Englishmen, and Americans with
whom ho discussed '.he German situa
tion. Mr. Kahn said nothing Is to ho
feared from the Junker militarist Or
Ilohenzollcrn vrtles.
nn .
Call on State Authorities to
Provide Regulations for
"WASHINGTON. June 12. Compre
hensive recommendations to curtail
waste of natural gas, calling upon tho
public utility commissions of each na
tural gas consuming state "to require
Issuance of strict regulations for its
use by all distributing companies be
fore October 1, were contained in res
olutions adopted at a meeting hore of
Lhe natural gas conservation commit
tee appointed last January by the sec
retary of the Interior.
Regulations prescribed by the com
mittee would prohibit the- burning of
natural gas in "low set burners" or
solid top stoves and in water heaters
or furnaces having an efficiency of
'lens than -75 per -cf rit," nn"d' would re
quire proper adjustment of all appli
ances. All da light burning of gas
for Illumination also would be prohi
bited. The L-ommi'tce recommended
enforcement of the prescribed regula
tions by discontinuance of service to
nny consumer who failed within a
reasonable time to observe them.
While the committee made no direct
recommondatlon as to Increase in the
price of gas to consumers, it declared
the "placing of a fair price on gas in
the field will immediately start con
servation methods -n the drilling and
operation of gas wells."
Support of the committee's conser
vation program was pledged by mem
bers of the state utility commissions
of Pennsylvania, West Virginia. Ohio
and Loulsianna.
COLUMBUS, O.. June 11. Senator
Warren G. Harding's declaration of
candidacy for the P-epubllcan senator
ial nomination was filed at" the secre
tary of state's office here two minutes
before midnight, the hour when t)ic
period for filing for the August pri
maries expires.
The necessary papers wore brought
to Columbus from Chicago by George
B. Harris of Cleveland.
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BRIGHAM. June 12 That beets In
this vicinity arc in prime condition Is
the report of Superintendent A. C.
PIcraon of the local sugar factory.
The farmers ore now busily thinning
and cultivating this crop. While a
rain would be of assistance, tho beets
nre not suffering from dryness, It Is
All persons intending to purchase
season tickets for tho Chautauqua this
year will confer a favor on tho Ogden
commltteo by phoning their names to
our office, telephone -154.
. Desirable reservations will be made
and tickets hold or, if requested, will
doliver same to any address.
Office In Spargo's Book Store,
Phone 454. W. E. PHILLIPS, Secy.
Voters May Turn Away From1
Wood or Lowden, Senator
Borah Asserts '
(By Universal Service.) J
CHICAGO, June 11. A warning to,
the Republican convention that it need
look only for defeat if cither General
Wood or Govornor Lowden la noml-,
natcd was issued onight by Sonator
Borah, chief lieutenant of Hiram1
Johnson's forces. (
Addrossing a large body of delegates i
hastily called together in the assembly
room of Johnson's headquarters,
Borah declared that the money spent
by Wood and Lowden to capture votes
in the convention would make the
nomination of either a national scan
dal which would certainly result In
the repudiation of the party by the
people. I
Praise for Johnson
"Hiram Johnson has demonstrated
that he Is tho one man In this field
I who can get the popular vote," the
senator said. "There is not one man
with whom I have talked Including the
managers of other candidates who has
not admitted that if Johnson Is nomi
nated there will be no uncertainty
about his election. His nomination
would Insure the success of tho party.
The success of the party depends uponi
the success of a clean man and 1 think'
the American people thinking less of!
partisanship In this campaign than I
ever before, will not give their sup-'
port to a candidate who docs not come
before them with clean hand3."
May I.ct vc Pnrty
Borah declared that "the two lead-.
ing candidates in the "convention,"!
meaning Lowden and Wood, would,
lose the votes of hundreds of thou-'
ands of Republican voters who would
be compelled to look to some other j
party for a man whom they could sup-!
i port. He aid he could take tho record
of the senate Investigation and read it
from every public rostum in the
United States to show the people the
I unworthiness of such candidates
I The record would show. Borah said,
that General Wood had spent at least
'$1,500,000 by his own confession, and
'he declared that when the committees
, investigation Is finished it will show
, the expenditures of $1,500,000 more.
"Suppose I go upon the rostum of
j the convention and call upon General
; Wood's managers to stand up and tell
how much money this campaign has
jcost them "
"Do it, do it," interrupted the audi
I ence.
! "And suppose the.y decline to do it."
j Borah continued. ' What will be tho
'situation In which the Republican
(party would find Itself then? It would
be in the ridiculous position of having
a candidate who refused to tell the
American people how muchmonoy he
I spent for the purpose of buying the
I presidency."
"It Is already fixed," shouted some
'one In the audience.
! "We can unfix it," exclaimed Borah
amid applause. "I have been a Re
publican all my life, I even stood with
jTaft in 1912 and that is going some.
I But I cannot support nny man, any
! candidate, who Is not clean."
Borah admonished delegates to go
, among other delegates to the conven
itlon and say to them that the nominee
! must be a man who has a clean record
'and warn them that defeat of the
, party will follow the selection of an
I candidate who dopfl not answer this
j WARSAW. June 12. Another Bol
shevik armored train, officered and
manned by Germans with German
machine guns, has been captured by
Jthe Poles near the Kiev bridgehead,
jits capture Is attributed by them to
I the performance of Captain Edward J.
iCorsl. of Brooklyn, a member of the
'Kosciusko aero squadron, who they
jsay flew beyond the train and cut the
track by means of bombs. Polish in
fantrymon later captured the crew.
NEW YORK. June 11. The Cur
tiss Aeroplane and Motor corporation,
claiming three-fourths of the output
df the entiro American aircraft indus
try, announced here today it would
virtually abandon manufacture of
commercial planes because of failure
i of congress to protect tho market from
j dumping of British machines.
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WASHINGTON. June 12. Senator
Ashurst of Arizona, underwent a min
or operation at Georgetown hospital
yesterday and the attending physicians
said lie was resting comfortably. He
will be unable to attend the San Fran
cisco convention.
A person often docs more good thau
ho realizes when he tells a suffering
friend how to get well. J. N. Tohill,
clerk Lottie hotel. Evansville, Ind.,
writes: "For weeks I suffered con
stantly with pains in the muscles of
my thigh. I was treated by the doctor
for rheumatism but found no relief.
Upon recommendation of a friend, I
tried Foley Kidney Pills and began to
get relief "almost immediately." Good
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Colds and Pain. Handy tin boxes of
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Monoaceticacldester of Salicylicacid,
f Beautiful Women
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seventy years have relied IH
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Stomach or bowel dls- JH
order poisons the blood
and thus irritates the
rest of the body.
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This year's sugar crop of India is ' H
expected to be 3,000,000 tons of raw H

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