BI -IT Ogden Men Indicted Expected .to Arrange for Security Today_ SALT LAKE, Aug. 24.--James E. Jennings of the Jennings-Hannah Warehouse company, yesterday Â·ap ; peared before United States Commissioner Commissioner Henry V. Van Pelt and .furnished .furnished bond of ?5000 on each of the two .'indictments .returned-against him by 'the federal grand jury Saturday, The indictments" charge that Mr. Jennings, together with Merill Nibley, vice president and assistant general manager of the Utah-Idaho Sugar company, violated the Lever act in selling sugar without a federal license and that they furthermore purchased 100,- OOO.bags at ?15 a bag which'they at from $17.50 to $30 a bag. Bench warrants against the men indicted in the sugar cases were issued yesterday to United States Marshal Aquila Nebeker and the defendants were notified to appear before Com-1 inissioner Van Pelt to present their' bonds. Mr. Jennings was the only to do so, but the others are expected to appear today. Through the issuance of the bench warrants it became known yesterday that indictments additional to those announced Saturday were found by grand jury against Hyrum W. Pingrec of Salt Lake, manager of the Barker Bakeries, and John A*. Stone, Salt Â· representative of Morris Co., packers. Both are charged with profiteering profiteering in sugar through purchases made here and sold in the east at alleged exorbitant prices. In addition to those named, the following, Â» against whom Indictments were returned, are expected to furnish bo;.d today: George W. Goddadrd anil Gage B. Rodman of Ogden; Charles Nibley, Thomas.R.. Cutler, James D. Murdoch, W. S. McCormlck, "W. H. Wattis, Merrill Nibley, David A. J. H. Grut. Bond has been fixed Judge TiUman D.. Johnson of the fed- u eral court to hold the defendants i,nt;i tin firot- CACcinn of the November until the first session of the November term of court. E. O. Howard and 1-i. Walker were the bondsmen for Jennings.