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Semi-Annual Suit Clearance
\ STARTS SATURDAY MORNING 75 $18 75 $14 $11 75 $9 For Any $25 Suit in the House Made by Hirsh-Wickwire Co. For Your Free Pick of Any $20 $22.50 Suit in the House For Any $15 or $18 Suit in the House; Including Blue Serge For $12.50 and $13.50 Suits or $5.00 Boys' Suits $3.95 Athletic Union Suits Wollt Shirts 35c Balbriggan Union Suits Men's Mesh Shirts and Drawers 80c 50c $3.00 Pants STRAUS & GLAUBER $3.45 for $5.00 $1.95 Men's Pants TWIN FALLS AND BUHL Germany Asks for Concessions (Continued from Page 1.) tative sources here it is learned, how ever, that the note drafted by the German foreign office, with Emperor William's subsequent approval, would give assurance that Americans might travel with safety on the high seas on certain conditions imposed by Ger many, such as the marking of bellig erent vessels carrying Americans, no tification by tile United States to Ger many of the date of departure and character of such vessels, and an in spection insuring their non-carriage of munitions of war. Wilson Will Stand iFrm. President Wilson has before him the views of several cabinet officers, some of whom believe that it is essen tial to have ambassador Gerard make clear to the German foreign office that the United States can make no concession from its position as based on the accepted rules of international law and the naval prize codes of civil ized nations. Whether the president does or does not finally decide to have Ambassador Gerard tell the German government informally the views of the United States on the rough draft subimtted, it was clearly apparent Tuesday that im portant changes would be necessary in Germany's attitude before it could bo reasonably hoped that the formal re . ,. ply could remove from the negotia-. tions the critical aspect they have as-L sumed. Hope for Changes The situation was not : any means as hopeless, b'c egatiled l y aure it was 1916 STUDEBAKERS Will Arrive in Twin Falls About July 20th No American Maker has ever produced motor cars offering such abundant value received. Folts Motor Car Co. V. L. BUNNELL, Manager Corner 2nd Street and 3rd Ave. East TWIN FALLS believed in well informed quarters that the mere fact of submitting to Ambassador Gerard a tentative draft of the German strued as meaning might make further changes if the po sition of the United States was found to be unalterable. There donees, however, that some Berlin of ficials believe public opinion in the United States has been divide! since the resignation of Secretary Bryan and that public sentiment here really favors compromising the issue Dur ing the pendency of the negotiations the apparent cessation of torpedoing without warning of enemy ships and of mistaken attacks on American vessels have produced good impression in official quarters here. The American government has no intention of discussing With Germany the attacks on such ships as the Ar and the Anglo-Californian, reply could he con that Germany are evi the absence a menian which were shelled by German sub marines after making repeated at tempts to escape. Although a num ber of Americans perished as a con of these attacks, the United that the German sequence States recognizes commanders under the circumstances were justified in their action. Will >ot Ask Immunity. It is generally understood, too, that there will be no effort to obtain im munity from attack for ships primar ily engaged in contraband traffic if tiie latter follow a general policy of I resisting capture. But what the government lias been unable as-L o obta|n thus far is an exp ii C lt I agreement that Germany would visit and search unarmed merchant ships, which, although carrying contraband, y I would heed the warnings of subraa rines and subject themselves to visit and search, enabling non-combatants to be transferred to a place of safety in case destruction of a vessel as a prize is deemed necessary. Germans May Recede. Such information as has leaked out concerning Germany's proposals in dicates that the Berlin government is MONEY TO LOAN t ON Farm Lands and Twin Falls Residence Property SWIM & ALDRICH Bank & Trust Building to prepared to recede to some extent from her position with reference to passenger vessels, but is inclined to place many restrictions upon sailings. The United States has con tended that Americans engaged in "lawful errands" may travel anywhere on the high seas on unarmed and un resisting merchant ships, into arrangements whereby certain passenger vessels would be given im munity while others were denied the same privilege would in the opinion of many officials, permit the German government to interpret the measure of neutral rights which American citizens could enjoy on the high seas and doubtless involve the United States sooner or later in difficulties with other belligerents who, to for ward the conduct of their own opera tions, might insist on an abandon ment of other neutral rights. their To enter SALMON WATER RIGHTS ART FIXED (Continued from Page 1.) rights, but finds it a difficult matter to determine what those rights were. None of the lands owned by the de fendant were used for residence pur poses, but the water was used, in a rough manner for flooding the lands used by the Vineyard company to in crease the yield of pasturage. There figures prior to 1911 to show are no the amount of water diverted. Vineyard Works. In 1892 a i:anal was constructed by the company, now called the High Line or Harrel canal. It ran but a short distance into Roland slough. In 1897 a reconnaisance line was run for several miles and a permanent lo cation made for a mile and the canal extended for that distance, time to time until 1903 additional sec tions were constructed, but from that time until 1908, when the plaintiff's system was well under way, no fur ther work was done, and the record discloses nothing of an intention on the part of the owners to go further with the work. From Laches of Defendant. The court decides from this evi dence that the irrigation company had right to believe that the stock com a pany had done all the work it expect ed to do in providing means for the diversion of water. While Judge Die trich admits that in cases where the pioneer settler, "With no other re sources than his bare hands and a stout heart, ventures under the harsh conditions of frontier life to reclaim a piece of arid land and make for him scelf a home," the courts are inclined 203 to give him every opportunity. "Due dilligence," he says, "is always a ques tion of circumstances." the matter in this light, he decided that since the stock company was a wealthy concern, the fact that so little work was done for many years was sufficient evidence to permit the be lief that the project was completed or abandoned, notwithstanding the fact the capacity of the canal was much greater than necessary for its length. For that reason the court holds that the company's rights are those sufficient to water the acreage under irrigation in 1906. Prior Rights. This amount of land he finds to be 3000 acres used to raise hay, and 2500 acres of pasture, amount of water necessary for this amount of irrigation, the court de cides, taking into consideration the elevation of the lan'ds, 12,500 acre feet should be sufficient. He reaches this in three ways. By apportioning the amount of water used according to the brief records, by allowing three acre feet for hay and grain land and 1% for pasture, and by taking the popular view that it takes an inch to the acre or a second foot to 50 acres, flowing continuously during the actual irrigation season, to properly irrigate ^average lands and crops. He does not look with favor on the suggestion that the defendant can hold the water after the grasses have matured, only in or der to keep them green until the con venience of the owner for harvesting the crop. Considering as built in As to the Plaintiffs Allowance. Computation of the rights of the irrigation company is made on the basis of 2 3-4 acre feet for the irriga tion of 73,000 acres of land, a total of 235,000 acre feet during the season. In awarding this large right to the plaintiff, the court takes occasion to say .that there is no implication that there is sufficient water in the stream to supply it. Should the Vineyard company de sire to abandon use on its hay and meadow lands and transfer Its right to the High Line canal, the court in dicates a willingness to permit the change providing the new use does not enlarge the net loss to the stream at the plaintiff's intake. Subscribe for the Times NOW. Classified Advertisements ALL ADVERTISIH6 UNDER THIS HEAD CASH IH ADVANCE FOB SALE FOR SALE—An Overland roadster. Inquire Western Auto Company. July 9 tf. Will sell cheap or trade for live stock, Overland car, model 42, good tires, extra tubes, fine running condi tion. Ernest Witt, Barrymore, Idaho. July 9 pd. New refrigerator for sale cheap. 312 6th avenue east. July 6-9-13 FOR SALE—A new two-seated car riage. Box 344. July 6-9-13-16 Fresh every day at Ranch eggs. Grand Union Tea Store. 20 cents doz. July 2-6-9-13 pd. FOR SALE — At Lue's auction ground, Sat., July 17, 1 first class Jersey and Durham cow, fresh, fine cow for city family. See this cow if in need of a good one. O. W. Dough erty. July 2-6-9 GOOD USED CAR BARGAINS A Maxwell 25, 1914, and a Chalmers, both in good running condition. John son Auto Sales Co., 142 Second Ave. north. A new 1915 Hupomobile touring car for sale at a bargain. F. A. Nelson, Phone No. 7. June 22 tf FOR SALE—A few good span of mares, harness, wagon, farm machin ery, and shop. Terms. R. E. Brown, 203 8th avenue north. Phone 591. June 25 tf. * FOR SALE—Second hand Buick in good running condition, $275.00. Lind June 11 tf Auto Co. FOR SALE—Cheap; second hand range, with hot water front and res ervoir 730 2nd avenue east. June 22 tf $800.00 will buy 150 corner 5th ave nue west and 4th street west. Address Chas. Ceaser, Boise, Idaho. June 8-11-16-18-22-25-29:6-9 A new 1915 Hupomobile touring car for sale at a bargain. F. A. Nelson, Phone No. 7. June 22 tf FOR SALE—Good forty acres with in four miles of Twin Falls. Terms. June 8 tt "M. S." care Times. FOR SALE—Pedigreed Poland-Chlna boar pigs, 4 months old. Extra qual ity stock. E. P. Dunlap, telephone No. July 9-13 pd 500 Rl-1. TWIN FALLS CAFE KOTO BROS., Props. Best Service and Popular Prices Try Our Big 25c Dinner PRIVA.TE DINING ROOM FOR LADIES OPEN DAY AND NIGHT PHONE 238 Stettler Meat Market If you are hungry and want good meat you will find Stettler's meat hard to beat. All kinds of fresh and cured meats.—Fish and oysters in season. G. STETTLER, Proprietor A new 1915 Hupomobile touring car for sale at a bargain. Phone No. 7. F. A. Nelson, June 22 tf FOR SALE—Well improved 20 aero fruit farm on Falls avenue 1V4 miles, from city. M. W. Denoyer. July 9 tt FOB BENT FOR RENT—5-room modern house. See E. A. Moon, at shop or phone 21. Apr. 23 tl FOR RENT—Furnished or unfur nished apartments. Blue Lakes Bottl ing Works. Mar. 2 tf. WANTED. WANTED — Woman for general July 6 tf house work. Phone 806-B. Reliable colored woman wants work by the day, washing or cleaning, would take steady Job of cooking in or out of town. Mrs. J. Clemmons, 413 3rd avenue south. Phone 359. July 6-9-13 pd Wanted, girl for general house work, small family. Inquire 154 Eighth ave nue north. July 6 tf. WANTED—To buy all kinds of ber ries in season. Patrick brothers, 121 5th avenue south, near Mill & Ele vator. June 15 July 6 pd WANTED—A good steady, gentle manly salesman to handle a Ward's wagon in Twin Falls county. No ex perience needed. For full particulars write promptly io' Dr. Ward's medical company, Winona, Minn. Established 1856, or J. R. Barlow, Twin Falls. June 25 July 2-> PARTNER WANTED—In good pay ing real estate and automobile busi ness. Been in real estate here seven years and have always done good business. Have Ford agency and have sold 9 cars since March 28th. Busi ness too big for me to handle alone. Partner must have cash to take in terest In real estate holdings, will bear close investigation. Ripley, Filer, Idaho. This- s E. B. June 8 tf STBATED Strayed to my place, June 20. Sor rel mare, white face, brand on left shoulder. Owner may have same by paying ad and keep. C. L. Harned, route 2, 6 miles south Twin Falls. July 9 pd. MISCELLANEOUS A graduate nurse with 23 years ex perience is open to engagements by day or week. Call 542 Main avenue south. July 6-9 pd Don't foyget the dance at Shoshone New pavilion, every Tuesday June 22 tf. falls, and Saturday.