1 I "t-H"-- :' News Happenings I I oftht2reat Intermoiintain States Victoria, B. C. The police eommia- ion ha refused to revoke its oraer 'or the strict enforcement of the Urd-s day act in Victoria. Although Jie Anti-Blue Sunday league was inned with documents showing that :he voters hud gone on record by a ! to 1 vote against closing stores on Sunday, as provided in the act, Mayor MaHchant and commissioner Stane-and Stane-and remained firm in their determination determina-tion to enforce the law. ' Salt I-ake. Frank P. Kelsey, of iew Harmony, Utah, is under nrresi at St. 3e:rge, charged with attempting to H1 the family of Francis Prince. He lppeared before Justice Eills J. Pick-?tt Pick-?tt and was hound over to the d'strlct court on a ?G0!I0 bond, lie Is alleged to have caused poison to he placed In i can of coffee. The mouthers of the family tasted the coffee, hut did not hink. sufficiently thereof -to cause loath. . ' ' San Francisco. Four men were arrested, ar-rested, charged with manslaughter, In connection with the death of Itob-hert Itob-hert Turney, a boxer, who died Saturday Sat-urday from injuries alleged to huve been suffered In a boxing bout. ' Poeutello. Andrew Timelier, prominent prom-inent farmer of Robin, thirty miles south of Pocatello, died this morning morn-ing from a sudden attack of bruin hemorrhage. Mr. Thatcher came to Idaho about thirty years ago, and was one of the first men tn the state to make a sucess of dry farming. fipokane. A resolution protesting the approval by the federal government govern-ment of a S'.-hool of chiropractors as a means of vocational training for disubled former service men was introduced in-troduced in the house of delegates of the American Medical association convention con-vention at St. Louis, together with a resolution for nunferous reforms in medical practice, Including the lessening lessen-ing of restrictions on the sale of whiskey for me'dical purposes. S:tlt Lake. May was a notable month for Utah metal producers In that the local settlement price of lead touched the highest point attained in months. Quotations for copper and foreign silver were also increased. San Francisco. Signs of better economic conditions were seen on the South American business horizon by the federal re-erve board in Us monthly month-ly bulletin for May. Economic conditions con-ditions in Arre'!tina, the Istard declared, de-clared, are gradually improving. One to an Increased demand tor tlio leaning lean-ing export commodities, notably cereals, cer-eals, hides and wool. As a result ex-ixrt ex-ixrt prices have risen, While stocks of commodities on hand awaiting shipment ship-ment are much lower than last year, and stocks of Imported merchandise have been gradually reduced. Idaho Fal's. A reduction of 12 cents per loo pounds on freight rates on all branch lines of the Montana (livsum from I'ocatello north was announced by V. II. Farmer, local agent for the Oregon Short Line and Idai.o Falls business houses regarding freight rates. The matter came up recently before the state public utilities commission com-mission and through the efforts of George SI. Scott, who appeared before the commission as a representative of Idaho Falls interests, the question was amicably adjusted. The new rates will give Idaho Falls a distinct advantage over I'ocatello in Job shipments to all liolnts of the Mackay, Arco, Victor ana Yellowstone lines. They become effective ef-fective at once. Pal.) Alto, Cal. It S. Moore, a student stu-dent at Stanford university, registered from Jerome, Idaho, was killed on the Stanford campus when on automobile he was driving was struck by another rtrlvw by Arthur ftohy, n re!!" student. Goby tried to avoid striking Moore's car, but his machine skidded 3ii the wet pavement, striking the otlter car and overturning it. Moore's skull was fractured. Salt Lake. Advices from Nevada, City, Nev., state that Harry W. Huk-Ing, Huk-Ing, air mall pilot who drove his plane into Blue Point rock, six miles north "f Grass valley, Nev., In a heavy fog and while fifty miles off his course en route from Reno to San Francisco, was still unconscious. Huklng was found beside his demolished plane by a farmer farm-er and taken to a hospital in Nevada City. Twin Falls. Sections of East Twin Falls were struck by hall and rain storm which observers declare the most destructive In years. Spokane, Plans for n conference of govenors of ten western states al Sacramento, Cal., to consider uniform taxes In the near future, were announced announ-ced by Govenor Ixtuis F. Hart of Wash ington. San Francisco State executive com mltteemen of the American Legion pas sed resolutions opposing the principles of the Ku Klu Klun anl commending John R. Qulnn, state commander, foi resigning from It.