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Twin Falls Times (Newspaper) - April 2, 1908, Twin Falls, Idaho 5i i T M 1 1 T L V TWINFALLS PALLS MOTS T Townsite Company This Week Near School Building Find Ready pany Thronged Twin Falls businessmendcffow a good for4rliaV feason pa nyqiF for Were there hotfooted the entire day string of buyjers were office to look the TAvobusfr 1 tress men for bought i a tin payment ot atrfmipy others town was the lecture coulse patrbns there will be a number of others reserved for the use of the geaeral public nnd such seats will be found on at Bedfords drug Theplans for the union district Sun day school convention at nirig am now complete and a large and enthusiastic delegation ir going from the wchools of this state ers will be there Song and Praise Service Address of Boyd Report of Officers and appointment of Com mittes The OrgranizecUWprk and the Home MehTOT MORNING 900 Devotional Meeting planned V a large numberpf made for the purpose of building homeewind will help to Disacussion Nornial Bible the Sunday Discussion AFTERNOON 1 the new scHool will Inleas f than a year be foi twice the srjimsasked for them this linen holding them reap haryest total amount of sales In the course of 4be day about the COMMERCIAL CLUB ir Other Cities RepotLotJnrxhase oLMy Irrigation freject Meeting Wednesday Night Results in Canvass of ttty for Members To Election twin April The gentlemen interested in tonjcf commeEfjflLjJub at meeting in the sample roetaoffrfaeTwin Paila Transfer ConK pany instead ot the Perrine s Thbse who were present were Messrs ffillrB0Ifon the called What the Nation Owes the Sifnday Themihutes of the meeting read and the chairman of the com made a brief askingMrv Sweeley make iurther Hbtchkiss Discussion Superintendent Merritt Decision the ScUool Creasay Baker antf Sweeley read the proposed cles of incorporation and On motion of chairman appoiat tiogs as nearly as possible in the man the proposed bylaws fhat we meet to Itear the report of qommitteesandtoeieeb The chair as fol 1 nwri v theftliirphy it and will irrigate Jands in the vtciaity S6 In that acerage states iteannot be under fore be marketed tp parties desr ert for laBaffdiinat w y Song led bk rnotibn of appoint rt of the appoint a con onmemberaliijpFto did Hilt the play and added to the real ism of the scenes in the Nevada mining OFWAMCO Tu who filled In the waits between atftaVk large unidunt of praise should beTter music tiavingselcrom been heard 1n the The cast of parts and the synop sisis herewith given CAST OPCHARACTERS t Nevada rr T tTBalL C fr Burrows Tom Carew Npcon SilaaSteel orchase If Made Will Add Abont 25 Acres toJ Wltet Rjghjs Twin Falls It is reported Falla Land Water company has taken ovfer the higJa line canal theproject which is to Irrigate between and acres of lind along the south bank of the Snake river in Idaho and lying west Brimeau pro1 iect recently Ib is known ihat negrttiations between tthe owners and agents of the Twin Falls corapany hut offlctal annQUiJcemeat has made 6f the consummation of the deal is similar in manj ways Ferry segregation in that the extends along the river thus requiring much canahand work to furnish the water to the The only point irrigated area will extend 1 a will benear the month of the Bwyhee where it run parallel with the course of that almost across two tovvn stnpsT The projaqti will extead from ENfcERING EEAT alls Would james Galliher be L Votaw w Nixon HesFalrtee Robinson Mother MrsV Seebeck Thomas SYNOPSIS ACT Silas mission Arrival of Mospllel the p4de and pet the with Agnes Fairlee who is looking for u the no mans past You Vermont Discovers hia son of Nevada andthelosi mine Ne Srada crazy Dandy Dick in the hands of ACT Jerden guards his Dandy Dicks Tom Carew finds A Nugget Dandy Dicks Silas Steele finds long los1 miJie and his Urn your Win Discloses tru story of Moselle to widow Complicated family tom gold from Ne vadas test Nevada is himself Lat est the Richard Farlee Jerdans horrible death over Moselle re stored to her The clouds are A nuggotyou beti Narrow Point Canyon Would Require Longest Span Would Insure s projtpavelled afterbeing unloaded and a be i prevent ajapread of the jfloble will bo horo torn HOGS IN Carload Shipped From Ne On orders from SherlffAiken irT quarantiue A Carload of hogs tfhicff were shipped in By long otids most engineering work projected by the opm even niore than the taking of greatfivef HKe either oTTEe Big canasr the steep canyon and spreading It over the thirsty is prepoacd bridge soross Snake river at the Sho shone Just there is a Vfast eddiedfor and lapped away the erags by their mad few hundred yards down the canyon closes in clifls are only 1128 feet apart at the A lne1hrown would be 550 as frigh aaany other bridge It it is proptascd to build a bridge that shall the agxoss the great without plejjend ing ft foot into suc pension span of this ever or arch span somewhat couM be built for The or cantileverspan could be shorter as it would be possible to build The animals been in the city for ten days awaiting disposition by the owner and it is that ten of themwere dead tro1 the plague when the car reached Tvnn The corral where the an imals are kept has been quarantined JLIUUIO TV ill UU U take cfiarge of MAN RURJ BY RUNAWAY tne towers up from the canyon and mously expensive main tiut bridge spidery steel otty blocks above roaring the fresh spay of Cataract and leadingfrom the Twin Palls section ttrs tha fields and the North it would tSeTr most moods bridge would acoammudiiie Ty JVlr rB arid Teachers t CJoijehek a vote1 of Praeticat Teachaf frTrahiingr j Vfpr teanagementCQf jectuyevl couicge Lesstfn Vvi their hospitality in allowingus the tneir adjourned to jmee will fit up The onlyjiisappQinted people i city since last are the ones who failed to heai the fythian Dramatic club give the Neva toae CrBouston Atte to Stop Wild Team on Shoshooe a to stop a runaway team yesterday Clifford Houston suf tablesrw card rooms and It ia the in oh the it fell for the gnal triumph of Nevada in the recovery of his lost mine lost there was not moment All acrossto the and would velppingr the the is not it is the opinion of some ot t financiers thasjf j tol a long time in the While at tempting to stop a runaway team at tached to a lumber wagon near the Ida ho Lumber doplpanys yard on Shoqhone even H the work were Shosljpne tentiot to IncOTpbiate Tind maks the P25 with monthly duest topflt club on a at any professional lights who have visited this cjtyfor The scenery which was supplied entirely by the tbvfn was well to stop der the his head and neck inflicting severe in aid reached him it wae found that he w The man hopes tobe out ton came to and has by Qalliher and i i ji
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