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   Twin Falls Times (Newspaper) - April 16, 1908, Twin Falls, Idaho                                CROOK Ji Y also at Cnld and will soon appear News says recital asseou bajl last Mondjiy evening The ujwn and uniform plaa by slinn H lite In heip imm what fe i known the Colabratiou ISCAPrfROMM Mcks Out Sock Weighted Coal Used to Put Officer GrahamlOiit of C Sanders at Officer Graham while locking up night to thB full Ziimona a mafeter of is hns breadth and The dainty elusive theme of Dvoraks Humoresque called enthusiastic applause thalr Zatnona responded with Schu nians Traumerei which gained a di eper meaning uudef beautiful interpreta At the close of the program the artist was surrounded a ninwd who wished o thank him and beg him to como LAND STILL ANOTHER RECRUIT every The income ble this sourcji aid ih the complete our now such erylrfg needi eq and the purpose will be to thpje arrniveraary thingworth while to the ne Y Ay past So Says Roosevelt Message to Ing this week was down and rendered unconscious by Sanders who was held here on tbe charge of for awaiting trial in district prisoner after obtaining possession of Grahams revolven pursued made good his escape into the Rock Creek T twa of the prisoners Into was pre paripgiteLgjsit Sanders Into ilia cell the Vhen inadvertently he Attraction of Twin Falls Makes George Baird a was just what the crook had been look lOg Some hfi hifc QrahflfA ft terrific blow back of his right with a sock with a lump of fellingTilm and making Him a bit dazed for a Graham was still holaing on lo Sander when his senses returned but fas too weak fjpm blow tahffld him and the prisoner rav6lyerv which he toqk from the jailors coat Deputy Dyerjieard the jailors call fbr help and ran toward7the jailon ly to see a man mn away from CEe jail follcfwed At Twin Falls you are going to see ereatest farmingj3ornmunity in the the sec tion in The new agricultur al district we all have been fooled by the unparalleled progress Before we will have six thousand in the city of Twin years the city will be the largest all communttv is growing and the very best people of the land are comins tberp to settle Last week a train load i f jvjsitdrs who numbered Vigorous Executive Vetoes Bill Grant ing Special Wealth the Heretage of bills now pendingat of con gress permit the constructlon of dams in navigable rivers capable of develop ing horse Tliest rivers run every hour in the day and day To develops this amountof power would under average require tons of medium This is the heritage of the f see no reason for giving it though there is every Veasou for not imposing conditions STI burditisoma jis the of tbe pow Inspector Arrived Yesterday to go Over Propfed Department Virtually Approved of One of the Peti tloned Districts master of the jurisdiction of Oklahoma w 11make tba principal evening and several other members of the clown for The Rebekah have been in vued to participate the celthralion of making it a real re union of the order on the irrigated If the raflroads can fee coaxed the committeewill endeftvor to get a spec iul train Minidoka for that THECHRISIMAS CAROL George Baird of presi dent of tha and Mill ing was in SaltLake for a few lours Thursday enroute to his Eastern JLteveral weeks in southern the Baird stopped over in Twin progress prosperity he agreat deal to Regarding In a special message Monday vetoing bill Preiiident Roosevelt warned congress that there are pending in this session bills which propose to give away price stream ijghts capable of developing whose production would cost annually 000 tons of urging in vigorous terms the establishment of a policy such as the tilluTIStefing minority in the hoftse which would safeguard the gTiiBtiiig of d4rn and require tfie grsntees to pay fir theni anddferi annQiincing a future policy part withCDirard to prompt construetioh privileges by refusing a bill that gives an ad ditiojial three years to the Rainy River company which to build a dam irt I do not says the natural resources should be ran tedand fo routes TWO PIONEERS Formetly a Resident of Twin Falls Dies at The news was received In late lust week better known as Judge Price had died at where he had been practicing law since leaving this Price had a large number of friends here to whom news of his death conies as a have been into the tieimrtment for sev era nothing definite was learned Concerning the acttoii of the departmtintuiilil Tuesday of this week Green received word from the inspector to have ar raugcinents madu lor taking iiim over thethrce routeswhich have been Montaville Flowers PleasesTwin With His only a small number enjoyed the additlonttl numhei the lecturer course last Thurseay eveninBT yet those whoattended the f m L were a rel piled on Wrdnesdav of this letter received by Creenhow in dicates that route one which was ap plied for earlier than the other two is virtuallyassuredJind now tor hasbuen Sent here by the From another Nevada on Saturday oaine the news of the death of of a lumberman at one time in business here Holtzman was well and favorably knowrr hy nparly all pf fipa condition either for speculatian or other So far as I am aware theteare no assurances that the grantees in this better prompt ly and properly to utilize opportun ity jthan they were at the tinle of the gent pi pioneers and with them the hardships of the early EANS BEGIN SEASON RlHl Twin Falls Trtmaces Jerome t Route one leaves and enters the city the south viaduct and covers sections 31 aiid 33 of township range 17E sections 28 townshipiLOS range 16E and sectiouti of towusbip 113 range Route two in direction of sections 35 and half of sec ilonl5 township 1 OS range 17E and sec tions and 14 of township MS range Route three rtlns narth and west covers sections 4 5 y8t tire evening was given to theremarks ble story of Dickenls Carol aud the story none of charm Flowers presentation of With tany writhtnftr doubt the in this al tend of the veryrbest num bers of thB Tfr THROW SOME of Electric Line 1 Downer has been given a tract for the grading on the elecitriQ1 railway from Jerome Jip tance of twenty flve time 350 in aba purchased lands and him m the man rar ngedtn to the gloom Rock Cref s The sur roundl ngjp w ns have been no tlhed an mounted have been sentr oift to catch man if he seeks any of the towns rjff tfie Sanders was wanted heiafoi passing forged checks was wrmTneci to locate While1 I was at Twin fmir back of one of tha largj sold for cash and a 01 two ago you could have cthHsedthgm ago I thdught some land I had there sellingpretty high at an acre land I sold one You could not buy It today for 8250 per while original act granting the privilege years broadly the feJeral the president saya Every permit toconstruct a dam On and 15 of townnship IPS limit placed on job is sixty dayaand range 32 and 38 o town j willbe one orthe attempted in cooatrqcuon field fortKF sheriff On Dep uty Dyer reaching that city he learned thatSandcis hadjnado his escape from and was later appi ehended atBingham and brought to Twin A NOTED Zamona York a May Give An Evening of New Mr who hasjeooutly been heard in many of the coast is in Twin Falls on a biief visit and an evening here Of the prisss aiid critics apoak lu tha Zamona be considered worth is worth today something over an f The people are progreasire and Money Is There are three banks there one of them during the past two weeks has had its deposits increased by a round The city is building a building for the school facilities were hardly calculated at first fo handle agnw aie be ing jnadsjpjj TnacliUdren xide fo BcBboTJnJlrpJyWgopsnWid tlfey are taken home by the same t Twin Falls rTaTiwoTgood It has cltmato and every possible ad vantage to make it the largest and most productive agricultural center in the And it Is fate right now for great many more to go therelahd en recognize the right of the government tp fixtv term for its duration and to im pose such charge or charges as may be deemed necessary to connected the act of June Thepiovisions fora charge is of The navigability of and otall connected cfr connectable inland water ways as a whole should be improved for thepur pose of interstate and foreign commerce Despite the faet that Sunday was the first game pfthe season the local team Mil Jerome and camps on theNorth Side bya score locaJ Jeapii while MoCleF land and the fancywork tat the vlsi township 106 radge and part of section 36 township 9S range IGEV While it be fqr some the department Will still thought that if the roads are in condition be tape is cause of the rockfeand be overcome and wall niaan nearly ajhalfa mile a is scouring the county for in order to Complete his CHAUfGEfNOJNHEBATE John Socialist Orator Will Speak at Rink Sunday wittrr fill Mebrate 4 t MjLLER Fufieral Dfrelfor and Furnisher WITH LADY PRIMATE AMBULANCE LEGGEtt BUILDING I John Work one of the best orators the Socialist patty in Twin of this month will be a gala day foir the Odd this tract when will celebrate eighty ninth Anniversary of foundine of the Every year the members of this order have njade a great of ugonjibg the labor will Itn adcTfeSSr at man wbmap and child are not a soejalisfgo and learn what for and if you are one you will be sureto be Work lias issued a chaUenge to any man d assistance oi nine lodges the Minidoka speeches1 and closing with of feasts ever put up by a lodge famous for tn afternoon a monster parade will be formefl by the of party to him debate on home lodge and visitors and the boys lodges above formed T win dp our respective 630 oclock excep ting Satu rday Said movement idaBo German in recently at P Lice Nampa ter The west is the and aliontiPwlaEallslfibf5 ly Lake Main Next Door West of Postoffice the of public problems of V i fl qH   

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