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i ■ 1 1 À ' I t I y A* -' -T ^ 3 NO. 37. VOL. 42. CAI J) WELL. IDAHO. TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1!)24 SEMI W EEKLY, $3.0U PER YEAR ! t U i Plays Boise and Two high school baseball games are on the schedule for the Caldwell high s-hool team this week. Wednea-j day evening the locals p ay Botse at Boise and Friday will bring the old rivals. Nampa and Caldw ell, together for their firs, game of the season on the Caldwell field. and Caldwell have each Team Nampa; Junction City Friday; Win Here From Weiser Nan'ivt lost one game, but by virtue of hav ing played more league contest, the Nampa team is somewhat higher in thei'-' nt.ige column tlvan the Cald we I! club. Effort* arc being made to play tht at 6 o'clock Friday alloyv business men an op Friday game evening :o the contest, to see portunity Hard weather, will be' the week's program Last Fri from Weiser in a for th high school team, day. Caldwell won madhouse track meet by a 24-10 score Bill Gartrin, Weiser coach,' he would pro-, but announced that test the yame on the grounds that the pitcher's box was not accurately determined until the fifth inning. wrong with the Four of them in or Something was Weiser pi. chers. der faced Caldwell batters and every looked aiike. In the third frame no less than 13 Caldwell natters drove that ball over the o.tt.ield for nine runs before the said was retired. anything but a classy exhibition. Boots (juent. wild throws in head laserunnlng and sluggish play ing quite the thing and even "his maps" contributed with two or three m ,i. wondenul décidons of his own mak oue But the gam was were fre ordcr bone ing a - ul not covered by the rule book. Cold winds blowing across the dia mond had its effect on players and ... , spectators alike. Pete Kim, on second. looked like the one high school player of ability He accumulated a home run. field j fairlv well but managed to break into j , , -, .,i the gum shoe corner with a man dash i to thir 1 base when the size of a min- , nte, Ic .ked good in right field and Stevens, center fielder, acted like a natural hitter with several safe clouts to his cridit. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rice have j rented a house in Parma where they j Mr. Rice is ' dredge j make their home, employed on a reclamation operating in Apple Valley. Mrs. Rice j was formerly Mable St. Joer. Mr, j arried recently i ami Mrs. Rice were m 1 this meeting. in Emmett. OFFICIAL DESIGN OF THE OLD OREGON TRAIL ASSOCIATION JV '■•A&d S. r v *7 iN 'r T « / - M dû» tl ! I y'a* ■ vr. If l f-. â 1 \ÎL k «û'i , i\ j I I . , i I in !•-> The design of the ox team and covered wagon symbolizes the spirit of the old west, „ , It typifies vision, endurance, hope, suffering and final »c loniplishment. , . .. Over the Old Oregon Trail from Ihe Missouri river the ccv ered wagons came and won an empire (or (he United ■ The design is the work of Avard Fairbanks of vhe University of Oregon. Iris Exhibit Goes May 17 Despite Slow Spring on l May 17 this year. Despite the cold spring, iris, which will be featured at the show, is expected to be in fully blossom by May 17. Growers of this flower report that one week of warm weather will bring it into , bloom. The early date was set this season to insure participation by Caldwell 1 school children. A lantern parade on With recurring fosts retarding flowers, plans are nevertheless going ! forward for the first Caldwell flower ! show and pageant which will be held ! will be one of the bright spots the day s program. V, hi'e the show is to feature iris. any flowers which may be in bios j som on that fi ate may he entered and will be gladly received, according to Mrs. T. A. Walters, who has j charge of arrangements for the show, Mrs. Walters announces that she will I be person with information upon request. Music in the form of community singing, originally planned for the show, may have to be abandoned Mrs. Walters said Saturday. Con dieting dates with "The Chocolate Soldier," College of Idaho opera, limits the musical talent available for this phase of the program, ic will nevertheless form an import ant part of the day's program. Mrs But mus Walters declares. Efforts are being made to obtain participation by the recently organized men's chorus, compliments from Colonel Clarence Daugherty of Fort Douglas. Utah federal reviewing officer. Personall . inspection was held at the I. O. O. F. hall where a fair sized crowd gath COMPANY IS LANDED Inspection of the Caldwell cavalry troop last Saturday brought many ... , , .... ' h >* P hase ° f ' hc review. Later, mounted exercises , , , _ . , n , "ere held at Recrea .on park. Only mC " ° f thc J° Cal C °T"? * «••""«* were ,ns P ec - exercises. W. G. McConnel ,s commander of the Caldwell company. AUXILIARY TO GIVE LUNCHEON The regular meeting of the Ameri lean Legion Auxiliary will be held a' the Elks hall Friday afternoon. The local auxiliary arc to be hostesses at a luncheon to all the .auxiliaries of the surrounding cities and towns. A meeting will follow the hm Thc silk poppies have arriv business cheon. ed and will be distributed for sale at Defense Attorneys Score Again in Demurer Argument formation at a point to make hat particular portion of it without mean mg. Instead of reading " Jester, the treasurer of the Pioneer" etc,, the formation at a point to make that the treasurer of the Pioneer". Defense attorneys scored again Monday afternoon when, upon mo tion of Alfred Stone. Judge Ed. L Bryan upheld a demurrer agrurnent and once more gave the prosecution attorneys 10 days in which to file new Faul; found with the information filed this time consisted of the inser tion 0 f the word "that" in the in information in the case against J. Jester, Jr., charged with misappro priation of Pioneer Irrigation district funds. Monday's development in this case did not come at quite such a spcc tacular time as did the prcceeding one when a jury having been impanelled, card. N'ew information, filed the lat ter part of the week, pavd the way to the demurrer proceeding Monday. 1 CITY BRIEFS | « -—-k Dr. H. H. Dickenson and wife of Boise are visiing at the home of their daughter, Mrs. H. E. Haworth and family on Everett street. • • • Fred LaFollettc spent Sunday af ternoon in Boise visiting friends. • • • Good Grade adding machine pap er for sale at the Tribune. • • • Dont miss "The Chocolate Soldier", May 15 and 16. Adv. • * * Miss Marion Flemmer who is em ployed in the Eagle school, spent the week end with her mother in this city. Harry Barnett left Monday for Wilder where he has employment. Dont miss "The Chocolate Soldier", May IS and 16. • • • Good Grade adding machine paper for sale at the Tribune. Adv. • • • T. McParlin Cough, editor and of the Parma Review, was manager a business visitor in this city Satnr day. • • • Bill Hyatt of Placcrvillc spent Monday in Caldwell. He attended the weekly luncheon of board of directors and discussed at length the proposal to include Boise basin lands in the Boise nation, the Kiwanis some • • • Caldwell Baseball followers flock ed to Boise Sunday afternoon to see the Boise team win from Payette. 5-1. Credit for taking the game goes Benedict, largely to Cornell and former Caldwell players, according to fans who saw the contest. • • • J. H. Lowell, who has been in Cal. ifornia the past week visiting his son. Douglas, al Pomona college, is ex pected home this week. • • • Several Caldwell Rod and Gun club Boise Monday nembers went nvening to attend a meeting of the Boise club. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. fones. of Notus, April 24. a girl. • • • Born to Mr and Mrs W. Jones of Caldwell, April 23. a son. • • • to STRONG COLLEGE TEAM The College of Idaho baschall team will open its season with a practice I-ante this week against a Wilder club. This is the first Coyote baseball team to take the field in many years. Sev eral conference games are on the schedule and .a swing around the c.r cuit will be made later. With a strong infield and a b.ttmg strength that promise, to warm thsngs up for op-;^ posing pitcher, prospect, for a win-, ning ttwtt are bright. Uck of reli able pitching mzterial seems the areatest weakness of the team a long series of games although Wood* and Hostettler are showing good form. BÏ Pm MADE Dunbar Gives Precinct Allotment to County Conventions; Progrès siveS Get 133 vote# - In compliance with the provisions of Section 518 of the Idaho compiled: statutes I have caused to be asccr tained the number of delegates to which each precinct of Canyon coun ty is entitled in the county conventions of the Progressive, Republican and Democratic parties. This apportion ment is based upon the number of votes cast for legislative and county offices in the 1922 election and the pre-1 cincts as then defined, and not as the precincts are established for the 1924 These delegates are to be elected at the Primary Election to be held on the first Tuesday of August. The judges of the primary election should issue certificates of election those election. delegate«; receiving the highest number The county conventions of the political parties composed of these dclegates "sh»ll be held in the several counties on the third Tuesday of Au-! gust following the primary election, at such place in each county and he ginning at such hour as may be fixed by the respective county committees", The county committee is composed of one member from each precinct and elected at the primary election, of votes. The following table shows the num ber and apportionment of delegates to be elected as above; 1 Pro. Hep. Dorn, Precinct Apple Valley — Arena Valley Bowmont . Centerpoint _ Central Cove — North Caldwell _ 2 West Caldwell South Caldwell - 3 Franklin Fargo _ Grecnlcaf Glendale - Homestead Lone Tree Lone Star Lake _ M I .. 1 I 1 l 1 4 1 1 .... 1 1 2 1 Si 7 2 5 7 1 1 1 1 2 1 j , 1 9 3 1 ..._ 3 1 2 4 1 2 2 4 1 1 1 4 2 _ 2 _5 1 Melba —- Marble Front . Midway East Nampa _ West Nampa _ North Nampa . Young Nampa Old Nampa — Middleton - Notus - Parma..— Peaceful Valley Pleasant Valley 1 1 1 3 3 4 2 4 _5 _ 10 . 5 1 1 2 1 3 ' 2 6 .. 8 6 4 6 4 6 3 2 8 2 I 1 . 2 1 1 3 - Seism Sunny Ridge - Wilder - East Caldwell - South Nampa - 1 1 _ 4 1 1 3 1 2 8 7 10 .. 3 21 4 .. 10 69 96 Total--—.133 J. A. Dunbar, County Auditor WHAT IS CHARM Girls should be taught "Charm in the best sense: well mannered, low voiced well dressed, feminine, able to meet all situations want of girls, them to be," so says Austin Bevans. the hero of "The Charm School" and under his management this became the educational standpoint of the Fairvicw Boarding School for Girls. Austin Bevans has many other ideas of charm which will he expressed May 7 at the American Theatre. That's what we Why not educate o g den|| o( , he College of Idaho] ^ tment wi „ exhibit , he ir work at hf)nlc of Mrs , T . WaUer , ncxt Thursday afternoon, l ^ ^ jn the afternoon Isjc wj|| ovide a part 0 f ,hc ^ proffrnm . Miss Wc-tvtfall is! c0 „ art i„ strilctor . Interest on§ #re invited - to lhc exhibit ley was a Caldwell business visitor WILL EXHIBIT ART WORK Former Governor James H. Haw Monday. Drainage Measure In troduced Monday; 200 Not Paid Telegrams from various ington Monday urging prompt Icgis lativc action of a special measure in troducod Monday morning, at the re quipt of L. J. Magee granting relief to 1922 drainage delinquents on the Boise project. Information obtained front J. B Bond, project manager, Monday in dicatcd that about 250 settlers had not as yet paid their 1*122 drainage charges. Some returns were in the mail Monday morning but Mr Bond said that at least 200 would be un able to pay. ! for those who cannot pay was shown Monday than at any previous timi Caldwell since water, turned into project canals. was denied 1922 drainage delinquents. Canvass of lh<>situation, both by Mr. Bond, and private efforts, indicated Monday that of those who thus far Greater activity in sacking relief I had not met the drainage charge. Men with chattel j could nut do so. mortgages on crops found it impôt sible to find additional credit sources to carry their finances, it is said. All possible haste in passing the pending measure introduced Monday ; by Congressman Addison F. Smith, Was urged by the Caldwell Coimner dal club, the telegram to Washington pointing out that those who have not now paid, could not possibly pat (that charge this spring. ; I i j ] V?pi|«f OftlTISLEfC IS ® Heavy by Frosts Survey Sunday Indicates Losses in Commercial Orchards —o I Last Friday night seriously damaged) fruit over the major portion of Can-j yon county, according to Caldwell citizens canvassed the situation. Even in favored Sunny Slone where! frosts arc generally unknown, con siderable damage resulted from the | freeze, according to reports. Only hillside orchards or those with fa., vored air drainage escaped without Apple Valley | ! and fruit men who Sunday serious crop injury. with about 800 acres of apples has few sound apples, it was said follow search of orchards there. fine Peter Steele fruit farm below Parma has a few prunes remaining, Other fruit is killed. Damage is said to run quite high in districts where frost was severely Some fruit, however, escaped The mg a felt. by not being in full bloom. •*** ¥ ■t. » »»T .s'ÿÊrÿ v * Mm : - t*. ■ ■ * I J „V X % c f •V • / ■ m >&*** " /* .*tr > . ■ i< ■ ■ /■ z ■ ( . / m -, '' > X y H 9 . j ■'M. -tr* // // > r n t * li • / Photos from Wide World Photos. FIRST WOBMAN TO RECEIVE LEGAL IN INTERIOR DEPARTMENT POSITION Mias Juba Banks of the Interior Department, who is the first women to be appointed to a legal position in that Department. Miss Banks has just been made an Assistant United States Attorney. FOR SETTLERS New Measure Would Classify Lands on Basis to Pay; is Gen erally Approved. ; tr l.i .d in congre*.-. Monday by It I Hunt, Commercial club secretary. j (1 ^ icra] t j u . mt . a4urCf which is con ^ acrablc length, fallows re comnu . n j a ;i uns made by the fact find man Addison Smith's pi. min.'tit relief for fed project settlers' kill, recently in were received of Cong eral mg commission. Project lands arc to r class.tied and payments based on :ilily to pay, if the bill passes. Mur ed survey of the bill and discussion I ed settlers on the pro ^ ^ ^ j n( j. (tcs genera | ap . va ,' of the measure as now drafted uiJ cjnfi(lence that it vvill afford ncc , •ssary relief. posed projects. Portion* of the bill relate to pro Complete surveys, >oth iron engineering and economic standpoints, arc made necessary be [fore the secretary of the interior can approve nc.s project* for construc ti m. C limite, mari, et conditions, soil i-r.id.K tivity, kind- of crops and P r °fi . kc product on an factors v%iiich will i the future he considered before nca pnijee; . arc authorized, the bill .--erts 1 ayments on existing pro Sects are to be h.-.-d on classification of lands and t a rate of 5 per cent of the gross income per acre as shown by returns or the average of the past 10 years. secretary which now rests in and compels legislative action any change in procccdurc which ,• " ,a y bc neeessar >' When land is conclusively shown to the secretary to be unproductive the extent that it cannot support Airth irity is vested in the con gress tor ; i' "J 01 •' 1 »« annually is approbated to m '''k - 1 1 1 •' 11 family and pay water charges, it shall be written off the reclamation account and the loss charged to the reclamation fund. Costs of operat ing the Washington office ^hall be barged to the reclamation fund, if bill passes, and not passed on to One hundred thousand dol his Another new feature of the pro is me final posed reclamation law c'adsc projects equipment, providing the amount of of the investment. ed at 5 per cent on these loans which arc to be secured by a chattel mort hich permits the secretary to 'end $600 to entrymen upon federal to purchase livestock or the loan docs not exceed bO per cent Interest is charg gage.