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The Times is the official paper of the city of .
Twin Falls.
The Times is the official paper of Twin
Falls county.
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VOL. IV, NO. 8
1 WIN PALLS TWIN PALLS COUNTY, IDAHO, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1908.
SUBSCRIPTION £2.00 PER YEAR
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Class of Eight Graduate from
Higher Department.
Exercises of Class Day Held This
Evening With each Member
Participating.
Tomorrow evening will graduate the
first high school class of the Twin Falls
schools and it will tie a worthy event in
which every patron should lie a spec
tator. Seven young ladies and one
young man will receive their diplomas
from the hand of the President, of the
Bo trd Mr, .1. A. Wa'ers and be sent o t
as the product of our centralized school
system. The graduates are:
Faith Majorie Gamble, Jessie Louise
McMillan, Idell Flora Fuller, Irma
Swan, Grace Lillian Sinema, Martha
Elaine Snyder, Christena Maloche
Brown and Sterling Curtis Turner.
The address of the evening will be
given by Prof. W. S.Woodbullof Po
catello. who will speak on "Uncrowned
Kings."
The program for the evening will be
as follows:
' ■* Invocation.
Instrumental Solo.
Rev. John Gourley
.Willie Coburn
Address
,,Un
Uom men ce ment
crowned I-Cir gs".Rev. W. S. Woodhull
Vocal Solo.Mrs. W. O. Taylor
.. .By James
of Board of
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Proawitutiou of Diplomas.
A. Waters, Chairman
Trustees
Male Quartet..Messrs. Nixon, Ty
Fuller and Cole.
Thursday evening the graduating
class assisted by some of the pupils
from the grades rendered a very pleas
ing and entertaining program in which
the hard and faithfnl work of the year
shown to have boni fruitage.
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The auditorium was very tastefully
decorated in scarlet and white, the
handiwork of the graduates. The es
says were cleverly written and showed a
thorough knowledge of the fubject,
treated. Two of the class delivered or
ations io which the literary and debate
work of the year was shown to have
been of untold benefit, for both the
speakers showed the true oratorial
style.
The drills by the little pupils of the
primary department, dressed as Japan
particularly pressing, while
the piano solo of Grace Barger received
The
ese was
equal amount of applause,
follows:
an
program
The Field and Track Meet wi 1 be 1 o il
tomorrow, Friday, and promises to be
to be a very interesting event, as the
Board of Education has donated a beau
tiful trophy as an incentive.
Prohibition
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Being able to prohibit flies from entering the house is a good enough plank for and domestic platform
We now have those screen doors we have been looking for so long, and which will do
the job for you. They are the prettiest and most substantial lot we have ever received.
We invite you to come down and inspect them. The City Lumber Company handles
everything in their line and will appreciate your patronage. Most courteous treatment
and prompt attention to your wants is assured. You will find our prices very reasonable.
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•PROGRAM —
Instrumental solo, "Valse Strienne''
.Grace Barger
Faith Gamble
Essay - , "Joan of Arc"
Essay, "The Panama Canal''.
.Jessie McMillan
Japanese
Song.
..Primary and Second Grade
Essay, "Qseen Elizabeth".
.Grace Sinema
EsBay, "To Be, Not to Seem".
.•.Martha Snyder
.Seventh Grade
Indian Club Drill
Essay, "The Results of Applies
.Christens Brown
.Idi-11 Fülle •
.Sixth Grade
cation".
Oration,"Idaho".
May Pole Dance.
Bs«ay, "Our Navy".Irma Swan
Oration, "The Hague Tribunal"
.Curtis Turner
Class Sung
Police Court M\m.
On Saturday of last week Deputy
Sheriff Dyer scenting trouble at the
rear of the Cresent saloon, and feeling a
mood as of the days when he was vil
lage marshal, caught two young men,
Fred Oxley and F. J. Young engaged in
a contest of the manly art, they were
forthwith arrested and taken before
Police Judge Smith, where the agresgor
in the contest, who was still in a agres
sive mood, was given live days in tho
city jail in which to ponder over ihe
errors of his ways, the other being more
penietent, was given five days in j a il .
with an opp irtunity to go to work or
leave town.
Ten minutes later Night Policeman
Lewis Resume brought in a "Weary
Willie" who registered as Edward
Young, charged with vagrancy. Ht
entered a plea of guilty to the charge,
and stated to the court that he had not
worked for a year and never intended
to again. The court being of a kind
'disposition, gave the young man ninty
I d iys nil the streets, with a floater at
' t i liment, of 15 minutes in which to
tes his qu ilifications as a pedestrian.—
"Wdde walked.
C I he smiie day his Honor settled a
ne'ghb irliood row by distributing fines
and costs amounting to 821.00.
Barbers vs. Bartenders.
The barber.-, and bartenders have de
cided to test the merits of t he two profes
sions in a game of baseball next Sunday
morning at the ball park. The con
tending parties each claim that the
other side never saw a real game and it
looks as if the game might prove inter
esting from the professional point of
view.
rules are to govern the game
strangle holds on the ball are barred.
The pitcher are both said to be cx
leauguers and Myers for the tonsorialists
is said lo resemble the f:\mous Cy
Young except that be is horizontally
tall while the renowned Cy was perpen
dicularly so. The line up of the impos
ing teams is ns follows.
Boerslingers
Jones
Halverson
Farrell
Wilson
Hawkins
Pratt
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The Marquis of Queensbury
and
Lathers'ushers
Rceve.s
Myers
Hollingsworth
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Brosse.au
Murrey
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Reels
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Rupert and Twin falls Pile Dp
Large Score.
Errors and Eleavy Hitting by Lo
cal Aggregaten Make
Them Winners.
The Hubert base ball team put in
its appearance in Twin Falls last
Sunday, trusting that its prestige of
last season would again give it vic
tory over our lqcal boys, but the
sultfailed to satisfy its expectation.
From the professional standooint
the game was a corned}' and would be
rather umnsteresting if it bad not been
for terrific slugging of the ball on the
part of the locals. They pounded the
high ones and lifted the low ones out
of sight until the score looked like the
result of a match game in Boyville.
The Twin Falls rooters have not lost
their love for the game and turned
out a big crowd to see the first
real battle of the season.
Rupert started the stick work in the
first inning when Osborn made them
one score on a hit and errors. Twin
Falls made four by bunched hits as
sisted by the errors of Rupert.
Rupert in the second rather startled
the natives and chalked up
four runs before the boys could
recover their surprise. Twin Falls
was blanked.
A goose egg was all that was com
ing to the visitors in third and they
took it with good grace. Twin Falls
through the hits of Farrell and Weaver
added lw) more to give them the lead
over their opponents by one score.
One score was allowed the visitors
through errors while the Twins gath
ered in four. From this inning until
I,he ninth the outcome was certain
though the Rupert team did not" give
up the struggle, and added two in the
sixth and one in the ninth. Twin Falls
added 15 in three innings by a burst of
bits that fairly tired out _ their oppon
ents.
The score bv innings follows:
Rupert 1-1 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 —9
Twin F. 40244110s —25
Line up
Twin Falls
Parrel
A. Bliss
Reynolds
Weaver
G Holohan
Wirgo
R. Bliss
Robertson
Kier ,ted
The Rupert team will be here Sun
day to again try conclusions with the
locals and a hot game is expected.
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STATE CONVENTION
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Delegates Unanimous in Pledg
ing for Ohio Candidate.
W. P. Guthrie of Twin Falls
Eleced as Alternate for the
Judicial District.
sent to the national convention, in
Wallace, Tuesday, May 12th,
With rousing enthusiasm and by un
animous voice, Idaho Republicans in
their state convention in this city today
named six delegates and six alternates
to the national convention in Chicago
aLd instructed them to use all honar
able means to bring about the Domina
tion of William H. Taft as the Repub
lican candidate to succeed Theodore
Roosevelt as president of the United
States. The delegates are:
James H. Brady, Pocatello, Bannock
county.
John W. Hart,
Menan, Fremont
county.
C. C. Cavanah, Boise, Ada county.
E. M. Height., Weiser, Washington
county.
B. F. O'Neil, Wallace, Shoshone
county.
Warren Truitt, Moscow Latah county.
These delegates were selected from
judicial districts in conformity with a
plan practically agreed upon last night
when it seemed evident that Senators
Hevburn and Borah would not ask to
order that the honors might be passed
around more generally among the Re
publicans of the state not in office.
This morning it developed positively
that neither of the two senators would
be candid .\f,es for places on the delega
tion and the judicial distticts tlién pro
ceeded to caucus and decide finally up
on their delegates and alternates. As
the fourth district asked only for an
alternate each of the six other districts
received one delegate. The alternates
selected are as follows:
Alfred Page, Waidner, Shoshone
coud'.v.
W. L, Giflord, Moscow, Latah county
W. P. Guthrie, Twin Falls, Twin
Falls county.
R. J. Haves, Pocatello, Bannock
county.
Peter G. Johnson, BlacKfoot, Bing
ham county.
F. E. Fisk, Parma, Canyen County.
The greatest harmony prevailed in
alt of the,deliberations of the caucus
and the committees and in the conven
tion i-self. The vote was unanimous
on all points and the greatest enthusi
asm prevailed.
At, the meeting of the state central
committee this
purpose of making recommenda
tions for a temporary organization.
State Chairman Brady a-dted to be re
lieved from the chairmanship, statine
that it might not be pri per for him to
hold the position in view of his candi
dacy for the governorship, but he was
prevailed upon by the committee to
hold the position until the Boise con
yentionin September, wheu the nam
ing ol a new chairman would be in or
der. Colonel Thomas It. Hamer was
was recommended as temporary chair
man and Charles !.. Heilman was latei
made permanent chairman.
Features of convention were ad
dresses by State Chairman Brady,
Colonel Hamer, Mr. Heitman and
Joseph V. Fallon.
The sessions were short, less than
three hours being taken in all owing to
the unanimity of sentiment that pre
vailed on all points.
The opera house was elaborately dec
orated for the meeting, a feature being
a mining scene typical of the Coeur 'm
Alene district, at the hack of the stage,
where a tunnel and ore dump were
shown with a dummy figure at work
with an electric drill and another tak
ing out ore in a wheelbarrow. The
design was remarkably well executed
and aroused much comment, Patrio
tic music for the convention was furn
ished by the Wallace baud.
Following is the platform in full as
adopted by the Republican state con
vention at Wallace
"The Republicans of Idaho in con
vention assembled hereby renew their
allegiance to the great national party,
the party of protection of American
labor and industries, whose record of
achievements began with the adminis
tration of Abraham Lincoln and was
continued up to the present moment.
We declare ourselves unalterably in
favor of Republican principle of pro
tection as applied to raw materials as
well as to manufactured articles pro
duced in the United States, We here
by endorsed the honest, wise and cour
ageous administration of Thaodore
Roofevelt, which in the benefits be
stowed on the people have been sui
passed by none and equalled by a few
presiding administrations. We com
mend the masterly ability and tireless
vigilance with which our distinguished
fellow citizens. Senators Weldon B.
Heyburn and William E. Borah and
Congressman Burton L. French, have
represented the people of Idaho in the
congress of the United States.
"We hereby commend the present
administration for the successful man
ner in which the state's business has
been transacted and which is largely a
factor in the development, progress aod
prosperity of Idaho.
"We rejoice that the party which
gave Lincoln and Roosevelt to the na
tion is now calling as its leader William
H.Taft, a statesman and a patriot,
admirably fitted by exalted character
and wide experience to become
the chief magistrate of the Ameri
can people and we pledge the Idaho
delegation to the national convention
to use all honorable means to bring
the about his nomination."—Statesman.
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P. 0. CONDITIONS
TO BE IMPROVED
Commercial Club Receive As
surance of Investigation.
Letters From Senator Heyburn
and Assistant Portmaster
General.
The congestion in the posloffice has
been increasing day by day until the
general delivery window has been
fall ly besieged during the past two
weeks. It has been a common sight to
see a line of men and women lined up
from the front of the Perrine hotel
clear to the window waiting their turn.
The boxes as near as can be determined
fall short, of filling the demand by two
hundred, and with the settlers arriving
every day this number will materially
increased.
Owing to the report turned in bv the
postofflee inspector with regards to the
work of the office, Postmaster Greec
how was unable to get additional cleri
cal help from the department, and has
been obliged to keep the patrons wait
ing a great deal longer than he liked or
as an alternative pay out of his-own
salary for the extra help.
The commercial club through the
president, C. E. Booth and
Baiubridge, the secretary had the
matter taken up with the assistant
postmaster general and with Senator
Heyburn, with the result that the fol
lowing reply was received.
Washington, D. C. May 0,
Twin Falls Commercial Club,
Twin Falls, Idaho.
J. T.
Gentlemen:—
In reply to your communication ef the
27th ultimo, regarding the necessity for
additional clerical assistance at the
post-office at Twin Falls, Idaho, you are
informed this matter will he investi
gated promptly by a representative of
the Department and that upon the re
ceipt of his report., action will be taken
to Improve the conditions now exist
ing at that office.
Respectfully,
C. P. Grandfield,
First Ass t Postmaster General.
Mr. Booth also received word from
Senator Heyburn to the fact that he had
brought the matter to the attention of
the Department.
The Twin Falls Socialist Local meets
regularly at the building known as the
former tin shop of Halverson and West
corner 10 avenue and 10 street, each
Saturday night at 7:30 p. m. The
public is cordially invited to attend and
ask questions regarding the principles
and aims of Socialism.
II. II. Freedbeim,
Secretary and Treasurer.

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