Idaho Citizen, June 3, 1927

Idaho Citizen

June 03, 1927

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Idaho Citizen (Newspaper) - June 3, 1927, Twin Falls, Idaho College Washington Library AN ATE COMMUNITY LI S H E D IN ID A H O F OR IDAHO Franfc LETS STOP THIS ENDLESS RACE Representative chairman of the House and Naval Affairs Com mittee asserted that the United States ought to build prac tically a new navy to cost more than We are lagging steadily behind other nations and from being along toward the front we have dropped to fourth This he holds to be a great dang Just where the competing nations in armament are to stop he does not About the only we can be inade to stbp it is for one nation that is undoubtedly strong to cease com peting with the The danger in this course is that the others1 will take advantage of It will be looked upon as a trusting and lamblike A lamb among the the danger is that the other nations may eat This is a favorite ideadpmong a certain class of the idea that own nation is gentle and kind and harmless and all other nations are and grasp There is no nation in the world in which this idea is not The notion is not peculiar to na There are many individuals have Manft in a fam ily refuse to be kind be cause they think the other members of the family will take advantage of It seems to an that was in mind of that the way tobeget kind treatment on the part of others is to give them kind treatment Many people that doing unto others as they oth ers do unto them is all but they neglect add the corollary that you must do It lopks as if it would fake some time yet to get the idea in the minds of people the way to keep being attacked byothers is not to attack them and notto be able to attack The idea of the United States Arming to the teeth is quite a popular one among certain 7 futility of this progranY proved during the late war and the way of armament can easily become ail intolerable The best way to get rid of is deliberately to turn our back upon it and the dnly thing we should do in the way of armament is to so ar range our affairs that the forces of peace can Ae quickly mobilized in the event of national Our Army and for cannotbe too big if they are all employed in constructive work and can be switched into war at short but to maintain them as a force merely drilling and pre paring to destroy is to subject our selves to the oldworld burden of 1 Car Goes Dead on Track Just as Train From a Cut An unidentified Mexican by the name of was instantly Mllfid on Tuesday morning about fifteen south of and a Mexican by the name of Luiz Natero was when the car in which they driving to Twin the men to get work in the beet went dead on the railroad just as northbound Oregon Short Line train came into view from put a in the train was from Wells and when the men saw the danger they were theyattempted to jump from the but were caught by the car as thetrain struck the railroad sur pronounced death of Ya sipo ag duetto a fractured Na tero was brought to the Twin Falls general but not believed to been seriously Na tero was unable to give any infor mation as he had joined Natero just out of and was a stranger to SPRAYING TO DO Orchiifaists aroiind Buhl complain that the wind and of last week made it impossible for them to finish spraying the In or chards of Orr Robert M Hays and it will probably require all this with good to finish spraying the for the coddling VOLUME 7 TWIN TWIN FALLS COUNTY JUNE Number Fully 2000 People Listen to Former Mayor Deliver Ad dress Whether we Kqld positions of prominence live in dur ing our brief time on we are all equal in The men who died in the cause of freedom deserve our gratitude for because enjoy the results of their We decorate their with flowers in token of the love we bore them in life and of the cherished memories we always bear them in This custom is born of the noblest sentiments of the human The above of the climaxes reached in the address delivered by Shad form er onayor of Twin a gather ing of fully 2000 at the Twin Palls cemetery on Memorial A more fitting for the cele bration of Memorial could not been asked than pro The sun lent its and the marching columns of the veterans of two and the soldiers of a third carried honor in automo made amemorable as the line of march made itsway flpm Shbshdhe street to the ceme veterans of the Grand Army of the Republic leading the fol lowed by Old the colors of the TJahTHcCook and of the Grand Army of the with the stan of the Twin Falls post of the American borne aloft by vet erans of the SpanishAmerican and the World McRoberts as njarshal of the tfie different limits fell into following auto that carried surviving Joseph 163rd Indiana infantry Horace 155th Illinois infantry first Arkansas cavalry 163rd Ohio and William Jones and veterans from Edeni Company 116th Engin the Falls unit of the Ida ho national came next and was followed by the Dan McCook Ladies of the the Sons of Veterans Twin Falls chap Daughters of the American Revolution American War M6th ers General Eawton United War Veterans Twin Falls American Legion Twin Falls American Legion Womens auxiliary and the Boy Shad the speaker of the was introduced by Harry commander of the Twin Falls post of the American who delivered a stirring and patriot Following a well ar ranged program of music and read the military salute was fired and taps sounded members of Company 116th after which upon behalf of the American War Mothers Patrick for the American Legion Womens auxiliary and Harry for the American placed wreaths the monuments erected by the American War Moth ers as a memorial to tfie sops of Twin Falls whose lives had been offered in the world and at the monument erected on the court house lawn by Twin Falls Daughters of the American to the soldiers of the war that brought in dependence to our while other committees decorated each of the graves of the 58 veterans of the SpanishAmerican World wars that were buried ceme Four Carloads Wool Shipped This Week Four carloads of wool have been shipped from this vicinity the past two of them going fromRu pert and two from The four cars approximated pounds of which was handled by the Ralph Pink company of Twin The shipment of Rupert was a pool of the sheej growers of that vicin An excellent price is now being paid for the better grades bringing 30 Most of the wool that is being now is Al and will bring vthe very top About twothirds of the shear ing is done in this it is un and another week of good weather see it complet The fleeces are heavy this averaging about eightpounds a Salmon River Project Will Not Be Restrained Judge Hugh Baker on denied the for an injunc tion to restrain the Salmon River Canal company issuing bonds to the extent of a millioo dollars for the purpose of providing waterright Thomas Sander holder of lands and mortgages on the Salmon will immediate ly carry the case to supreme Grouping More Effective for Decoration Than Former Method gave hearty en new of Twin Falls dorsement of decorating the streets of the city for holidays and festal occasions when it caught the first glimpse the new grouping of the colors on Memorial as provided by the city coun An iron collar fits around an elec tric light having four sockets in anto which short flag staffs are supplying four flags in a The collar remains on post and the flags are put up or taken down in a few min The former method of stretch ing flags the was not only more difficult but often neces sitated being kept up several days the weather conditions made it possible to take them The present arrangement furnishes a Bert Gilboa Will Make Plant Selection for New Varieties bean expert for Rog ers arrived on Saturday from to spend the slimmer in the state of mak ing selecting plants and breeding new varieties of beans and Gilbo has been with firm of Rogers Brothers for 25 and is not onlyi considered an but is recognized generally the most bean expert in the United Brothers maintains a 40 acre experiment farmat just out ofi Twin and Gilbo will spend 15 days in testing and planting various varieties of beans with whichhe is He will then go to the firm has a the raising of and will continue his experiments with peas in the hope he will be able to develop for the company a new and better var iety of that Although Gilbo has already furnished Rogers Brothers with sev eral of its best varieties of Three Carloads Will Be Shipped Out Next Tuesday Idaho where 240acre farm for a new variety that can be placed on the market for often requires 18 to 20 Infinite patience and scientific care must taken in or der to accomplish such Death Claims Victim Of Spotted Feyer former one and may be extended on feeveral of the streets of the city to even a further patriotic display of the colors to the of the teitys Mary Allen Golf Course is Edwin who is overseeing the wbrkSof laying out a golf course at theMary Allen park on the rim of Snake river canyon northeast of has announced that the nine hole course has been completed and is already being The comple tion of this course will give Twin Falls two ninehole the other course being on the Boone property a mile west of South V NOTED DESCENDANT Word has reached Twin Falls of the death of Laura Cartwright in a sister of the late qartwright of this city known as a descendant of Peter Cart the Methodist circuit and the democratic candidate congress was defeated by Abraham Death claimed a sheepherder on the Delos Sweet ranch Tuesday night at the general from spotted fever result front the bite of This is the thirddeath inthis that has occurred from spotted fever within a fortnight Delos Sweet and Lewis the othei two wllo Campos is said have a wife and five children residing in Oliver Claims Estate Willed Her the basis of the findingof the jury in the Oliver estate contested will wid ow of the late Oliver of holds that the deed by which her hus band conveyed the Oliver farm to her the day before his death is valid andthat the court should The jury brought in a double verdict that while the signature to the will was valid there was evidence that undine influence had been exercised securing Elting a son of the is contesting the The first cooperative shipment of lambs in Twin Falls county will go out from Twin Falls next June according to county by whose efforts the shipment has been made Three cars will be averag ing about 300 lambs to the though a few head be loaded along with the On ly top grade weighing be tween 70 and 80 are being shipped witlrthis which it is expected will highest market The three cars will be billed to Chicago but may be di verted if abetter market is found else together with Minidoka project man spent the past week in visitingthe various sheep growers and selecting only the best amongthe lambs for this though it is the first effort along this is nqt an experiment in neighboring the growers around Gooding having pooled their the result that whereas they receive only 11 cents for lambs that are not graded they are receiving 13 cents for the lambs Jhat are carefully se1 Between 25 and 30 sheep growers have pooled their lambs in the ship ment that made next and being made by to follow this with other torvalsthroughoutthe Brossard a great deal of credit for inaugurating this co operative effort among the sheep growers of this Farmers Get Ppwer Clear Lakes A group of 47 farmers have or ganized a power imjt that will rep resent 15 miles lines extending south and west of A building committee has been selected and giv en authority to let the contract for the construction of the The power will be secured from the Mu tual plant at Clear in which company each of the men hold si The comhiittee that is going ahead with the propositi6n is made up of Frank Heller and Denies Receiver for Salmon River Project Judge Hugh Baker in district court here on denied the for the of a the case of the Common wealth Trust Company involving fore closure of mortgages on Salmon Riv er project The supreme court had handed down its sus taining a judgment of foreclosure in the before the company had asked for a nr rmm t y i y u s fcu i Experiment Station Not Abld to Find Enough For Own Needs Oarefiil surveys made by three members of tin1 staff of the white fly laboratory of the re veal the fact that the bugs lire so few in numbers as to make it rea sonably certain that no of liny kihcl will be met us far as the white fly this The forecast given out last sprint called attention to the very numbers of bugs on the and the This has been confirmed by very investiga tion of the reset a Dingle instance has heen yet of white being found in beet the report The lahor ntory staff has investigated several supposed instances and found ev ery case that some other harmless in around had been mistak en for the white Prospects for a flyfree Laboratory experi at college being held up because of the great difficulty in finding a sufficient number of the white flies to use for experimental This is hard on the ex work out at tHfexhibor but no doubt be to know that the flies ivie so Denton Case Reversed SupremeGetirt BREAKS COLLARBONE deliveringfreight to a busi ness firm in Burley on Tuesday af Congletoh suffered when he fell from his THIS WORLD of OURS FOREIGN The United States government se cret service agents in1 Manila recent ly discovered a plot in which Chin ese Officials and Filipino agitators sought to destroy the naval arsenal at Cavite in order to cripple United States naval activities in the Phil Colonel Francesco de on a fourcontinent arrived at Hor after having been forced down shortly after lead New his ship having to be towed for nearly a week after being picked up by a sail A royal welcome awaited Charles Lindbergh at upon his ar King Albert received him within two hours and pinned upon his coat the insignia of of the Order of Lindbergh ex pects to return to the United States within two weeks on the Memphis at tlje invitationof Pres ident UNITED STATES President Coolidge is planning on Plating the State Lodge in the Black Hills of South the Summer White House this A million dollar propertyloss from a cloudburst in carried with it a toll of thirteen persons known to have been killed in Ken Tennessee and Virginia on Sunday f a great audience at Arlington on Presi dent Cbolidge spoke of trie lost pres tige of the States and We can a moral force in the only to the extent that we es tablish morality in ourown The National convention of the Northern Baptist church was opened in Chicago on While filming Zane Greys Nev at Cedar Satur Leon of was shot and killed during a pursuit between cowboys and des Herbert1 Hoover in an address in New Saturday asked the North to raise more for the Red Cross and for financing agencies to aid in recon structing the where over 000 people have been the victims of recent Hailstones as large as hens fell in on inflicting scalp wounds that sent ful ly a score of A is raging in the San Isabel netr Pueblo with over 800 men Dorothy of Salt Lake won the national oratorical contest at Washington Friday Five associate justices of preme court acted as More marines be ordered to China with theincreasing anxiety aroused in diplomatic circles over the safety qf Americans and diplomatic officials in northern due to the news of the collapse of the north Chinese attack south of the Yel low with a view of perhaps locating the missing Italian Nungesser and One man was killed and 18 wound ed in a fight beshrdluetaoihshrdlu ed on Wednesday in between state troops and members of a mob surrounding the Hillsbor ough county jail in the lat ter demanding the delivery of who had confessed slaying five SPORTS Having recovered from an injury caused by hit on the ankle with a baseball early in the Walter Johnson was back in the box Monday at Washington and pitched a norun game against the Boston Red William of broke the worlds record in the international rifle match in Rome on Monday with a score of George of drivinga Deusenberg won the 500mile automobile race at In dianapolis on with an av erage speed of an SPORTS Mushy of Los Angelesj successfully defended his junior wel championship against Spug Pocatello ori Tuesday before 8000 at A photograph of the entire terrain of aggregating 000 square is being undertak STATE Reuben riding across the sagebrush near Pingree on was thrown clear of his landing on the Continued on page 2 The decision of the Twin Falls district court was reversed last week in the case of Denton against Elmer Pet er Murphy and Frank by the Idaho supreme Denton to recover from who purchased rather than from the Times Printing and Publishing and the district court so which decision was reversed and a new trial Chamber of Commerce Incorporated at Burley The citizens of Burley completed the of a Chamber of Commerce last week at a supper lield at the Club A new Charter adopted board directors and officers was reelected as follows Fred Caters vice Otto Paulson secre Burke Dworchak and Ken neth Special Election to Raise School Levy The board of trustees of the Bur ley school findingithat they will need about more to maintain the schools of the district during the coming fiscal have called for an election to be held on June to vote on a three mill increase of the school The present tax of eight it is will only realize while the amount need ed is placed at The assessed valuation of the property of the dis trict for theyear 192G is Sisterhopd Elects 192728 The Twinland Empire was well represented in the selection of state officers at the meeting of the Idaho State chapter at Idaho Falls last Saturday niorn Anna of was elected state treasurer and De lia of The other officers elected were Ella of president Maude president Claudia Nam second vice president Ruth and Lois record ing Filer Man Sells His In in Record to Partner Junenu for nearly y ars editor and owner of the Filer newspaper JKinhborinn1 cil on the ha joined the staff of the CilUen in tin1 capacity of news editor and nmnasver of bis interosi in the Fil Mpaper tn hi partner for I he past three continue its SJiiiMi a pioneer of Falls irac having conn1 to this city in and is I ho roughly familiar the enure ils history and its He iii new duliis in th office of mis newspaper Wed Three Youths Are Given Jail Sentences Orlando Delos and Merlin all residents D IT miles soulheasl of Ijiir were each found guiliy of re cent burglaries in Oakley and Burr in a hearing before 1robate Judtc Wright at Burley lasl Cutler received days on three counts and the other two days on one count The stores of Swan sun and Hardware Burley the Speckman Harclwaie store and the Charles lluigbl giocery store of were entered by the from which large quantities of gro sporting firearms and ammunition was ANNIVERSARY r Gooclihg which is jus celebrating its tenth will 5 gfftd u a t this and already has o2 seniors enrolled fov cnrollment for the regular session u goodly number of special who desire to make up one or morc tubjects to nicet high school or col lege requirements have already istered for the six summer begin June HAS FORD STOLEN While baseball game at t Athletic park Monday Foster had Ford touring car stolen had parked The ntimVr lilliiS IP l4r iflUw In Liltb Must Have License to Make Contracts and Bond Prdduee of Twin Falls are said to have complied with new prodilte dealers that was passed by the last Legislature and went into effect June Under this all produce deal brokers and commission mer chants must obtain licenses and fur nish bonds for the faithful performance of their obligations af ter the date of June director of markets for the state department of will supervise the administration of the new law affects every produce not only from those whooperate onrn commis sion but for every person who contracts to purchase farm produce for future Merchants who buy for cash on immediate are said to While pools for orderly market of produce are Com binations to raise or lower prices are Dealers are required to keep com plete records of all transactions and within five days after the sale of dealers must report to thc owner the the terms of the consignee and the where and within 30 days af ter delivery must submit an itemized account to the original speci fying gross all items of expense and the car identification marks on the ;