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Twin Falls Times (Newspaper) - April 30, 1908, Twin Falls, Idaho r Y tf atis 4 e twin falliTDelegatioji Outnum bered in Republican Convention at Buhl Saturday Shows Strength of West Thei convGution to elect delegates to the two state cobventioris held by the andof goQd politics are oppot ed delegates to the delegates to National andour delegates to the conyentioni to urge i IKeVseiectsioBof persons as dele gates to the Clticago Convention who al When question of delegates to Wallace and Boisecauie up it soon came apparent that Twin Falls would have to take a bactc seat and take what baturaav wan uot a scfrap in any sense of the word but the Buhl and Filer had evidently been thccon vention for some timepast and easily swung the their way bj presenting a United front to the Twin delegation which was outnum bered slightly the The committee on credentials to which the two delegates from Buhl was debided tlie Matter by seating bfch andgiviifgthem a half vote j The convent order to facili tions submitced to acommittee on reso lutions discussion and long With the one exception the resolutions were thus taken care of and way of The Twin Falls crowd took their medicine and the Convention closed with apparent har The elected delegates to the convention ani Dr McKlnley T John SalmonRiver Oping Will Bring teands Into June First Should Prove One of the Biggest Days in the His tory of the While date of the Salmon river opening not made until last Vet the fact of an mm of Big gest Ever Ace Buhf Filer an April the city of Twin Falls was captured by the Odd Inforoa from all from each lodge in the district and it was decided to luildthenoxt celebration at Dinnui was now served by the Methodist At out on the sewet various lodirOK put nil I he work of subordinate in I At il oclock the anniversary bull opened in ttieppera It H niairuiuciuat of and of Ihe Odd Folio never do things by hulves and in spite the inclinent weather and the various obstacles itli which they had to Voutendthey made their SiJth anniversary a grand The will always be n spot in the memory the Vilnius and of therhoine lodge which en tertained F ROAD Electric Lineas Surveyed Sub fte Idaho Nevada Southernas Sur veyed to Pass Through the Twin Falls A telegram was received in Twin butja last night feet that the proposed electric from on the infjln line of the to had bren surveyed andthe pLit filel with the secretary showing the pro posedroute of the through the Twin Falls The road would shorten from Twin Falls to about milesand cut oil a days time at least In TTroTf ghtraTflcTEo the and ia every this of the state in closer touch with all points nowreach id by round about slow kt of tourist because of tbo many scenic advantages promised to the eastern ItwoulU create etsjor Idahga immense in Ne cafaps and coast To give all of the advantages is impossible but brief the project 6hat Southern Idaho will be in position to make the strongest bida for settlers of any section of the West and would Twi la heyOnd all to the Boise convention Alter D TWIN fAHS BEATS Large With Some Fast Playing by Both adopted by the de The only exception being one to adopt the system for Safididates for the whfch was introduced by Attorney yHuttb and anppted aftei sojie The esolutions adopted were ten and support ihe ableAdministration of President and for his urge inauguj he who will carry policies already rated We tloe state on the fact that United States by hdve become of great force and national tjcn of AVe express oui entire belief in the wisdom and integrity of Governor and give our assqr ance that in his letirement fioai the 1osition he has so ably he carries with him the confidence and of the Republicans of Twin Falls County 4 t hat the peopfiFof terested the State Boflfd of rifimmiaalnnmo While the score does not indicate a and the lo cals Tuesd iy af ernoon it was full of interest to the The score was 9 to 13 in favor of Twin The lineup of the team was as foHovvs Kiested And Hassen Twiu The following were lined up for Buhl 8 Tot Slhltew 1 abate nf tiiaUmeto boost ing the Hodl ball team plans auring the past month for large covered granu standand a The opening this summer is known all over the country every brings a large correspondence asking about the opening End termsof It is asafe estimate to put the number who will be in this city at close to ten if the interest manifested is The opening will he in Twin Falls and under nearly the same terms and arrangements as the other openings of Carerv Act Persons desiringlap will be required to register between May 25 and 31 and wili be requiredto to deposit a for the following amounts according to the JaadxIeskfidL 80 120 50 160 which virtually means the first payment on the land of water right and per tha Above amount the wholo recording and notarial V Ihe the next payoyjatwili come in 1910 and be per after which year for four years the yeartvpaymenRrwill be the After this time the pay the and willBe a credit to this live and will be put UP once as the contract has been let to tbln J this The next to inunts will be increased to thellst payment come until giving the settler a chancelb make his ciops pay the yearly install L The choice in the opening will hn Minidoka Twin Nine lodges were represented and they were also a goodly Hebekas in at A special train was run from which after discharging its living freight at this proceeded to Buhl and brought lack 4he Buhl and Eiler Lunch was to the of three linkers and members of Wfie chain gang by the very handsome and lunch it twooclock the parade was formedin front 67 the hall by the Bro and his BrptheE who were dressed Canton The order of march was as Twin Palls Baud The Inexor able and Goat led by two lit BUHl HAD A JOLLY Twin Falls Turned Out Royally to Greet lodges Filer and Twin Falls in the order named GQaf of the Twfti Falls proudly along wearing ttfecoUarofa Paaf whtoh his sei vices entitle him He given by each entrymen being giv on a number which number will ie cordecLStnd placed entry may be made by out of town ap a blank which furuKh ed by the Silmou River Irrigation com gith the liudable desiie of discovpnng a He fed on dates for so long he lias acquired a liking and Ls alwajsott the The paradewas a short being only ftom the hall to the Opeia bUuso manner in Which naarclied throtifh1rlieciItrw7jTT3 Later in the aftei noon the commer invited all of the male visitors to meet Buhl at where he in tittlBg told cf Jligjoeat Interest in traeyajidhow etT an The address of welcome deliveied by G if Twin Fulls lodye Responses were of each of various lodges The oia tor of the day Brother Frank Past7Giand Grand Jvlaster of the Jurisdiction of wit and are of a high oidei atthemajfblch he spoke in his happiest ef Odd While the attendance of many nmch rswas out of theqnestion or Bnhl because most of ttyjur were birsitv engiiood 1u getting 1n but ticverthelcss a number Twin Fallsvtp honor to Huhl ofnTie Fall TvviQ Fulld city made for of numbers out side and turned out to swell the celebration i s About three oclock in the afternoon h B school Thtld reTT 500 slrri n g TRT hy t band passed in review before who exclaimed that he did not know there were so many of The pa rade besides being a pleasing sight to Uio guest of honor was to the citizens in the TBe proposed stretch of bud pleflsedand gratified he was pver the piogiesa made since its beginning He advantage the tract wduld hflyg over betfaUse It would not have tp depend upon the storage of water f6r its supply during the irrigating He was introduced by the club and expressed a lively interest in all matterspertaining to Music spontaneous nafim waa refielliments which were Owing to Mr siy oclock would tiaverse all ofjhe rigated tracts starting croHsi the Snake river at eith pass thence south througb the Contact mining coun try and connect with on tHe ciflc uthern Pacific and Pa foilroads whiebareHfttpresetit com linesfor the c6ast The Twin Falls Commercial club lizing that this road would bp of incal cuable value to the Twin Falls tract in 11 a a men to subsciibe to the stock of the association and make possible the paying for a Juhp given a hearty boost when he appears with subscription paper fROM TflE ClASSICAl After en joy Ini liberty for a Zamona in His Interpretation of Violin Music is an between the very plentiful thus gtring direct outlet her smmense crops are now assure the road a free rightofrway canal Tine and thus make it worth while for the new to make Twin clare our belief of James H Biady as Governoi of the State ftill place the head that board one is especially fitted through his business experience and luiowledge of public affairs to guaran tee a businesslike and qtpab e adminis t As a matter ot sound ed at and held for coVlng of an officer from feh s Deputy Sheriff Dyer left Saturday night for the Nevada town Hud biought bis raau back to Twin Palls where he will be given a tuql in the May turn of the district court on the charge of and pass Z ifnona really provedTiis right to be called an artist wltb and all tbroush last Piiday evening enferbaiued the music loyers of thfs city some mastei The program was largely devoted to difficult and famous selections of the bent and Zamona certainly demonstrated his right to be called one of the masters of rzi receptiogplapned for the Fellowship with those doctrines which were pioi1 timed by the Man of work ofthe order in cementing our nation together and up men of character was lllus The jnagnificeut aid exteuded vvith a free hand in times of and danger was inads BT evening unA party placati deciding f j PRIMARY SYSKM EOR COUNTY Party Has Declared its Iptention of At the Buhl convention tberesoliition systein As the 1aw provides convention the later will have to be called but will be msnly toendorse the primaries ana to cauyasB the elec tion Any man may becoioo a candidate before the primary by tiog signed hy 10Q reputable republican voters and handing his tion to the county commlttftft ftt fflteen days beteie fche
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