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Twin Falls Times (Newspaper) - May 14, 1908, Twin Falls, Idaho M Vi j f V paper city of Win A The Times is the official paper of Twin TWIN FALLS FALLS MAY SUBSCRIPTION PER rcrscnoor HOT Class of fight Graduate from Higher Exercises of Class Day Held This Evemng With eachl Member instrumental Valse Strienne Joan of Arc FaithGamble Essay The Manama McMillan atid Second Grade Queen Slnema Not to Seem Snyder is THE VICTOR Rupert and Twin Falls Pile Up large SfflE CONVfNTIOr ENOORISESJAfT Delegates UnariinioYs in Pledg ing Ohio Brown May Pole Navy Swan Hague Tribunal Turner lass Errors and Heavy Lo 1 Them Tomorrow graduatethe Buhounipim thcTwln Fallo schools and it Will be a worthy event in which every patron should be a spec Seven young ladies and one young man will receive their diplomas from the hand of President of the Boird and be sent out as the product of our centralized school The graduates are Faith Majorie Jessie Loutee Idellv Flora Irma Swan K Browtrand Sterling Curtis The of the evening will be giveti by Woodhull of Po who will speak on Uncrowned program for the evening will be as follows RevrJohnSouriftp Willie Coburn Commencement crowned Kit Woodhijll Taylor presentation of James Chairman of Board ol Mal6 Police Court Ou Saturday of last week Deputy Sheriff Dyer scenting at the rear of theCresent aud feeling a mood as of the days when he was vil caughttwo young Fred Oxley and Young engaged in were forthwith arrested and taken before Police Judge where the agrbssor in sive given five days infrtho The Hubert bae ball its In TV team put in that of last season would again it vic tory over onr local but the re sultfailed tosatisfy its From the professional standpoint the game was a comedy and would be rather uninsteresting if it bad not been for terrific slugging of the ball on the oart of the They pounded high bnes city jalj la which to pondgr over 1 he errors of his the other being more fivedays in with aU opp rtunity leave Ten minWes later Niaht Lewis Reaunqia brought in a Weary registered as Edward charged with Ht entered a plea of guilty to the and stated to the count that he had not worked and never intended to The court being of a kind gave the youngman ninty of sight until the score looked like the resulbofa The Falls rooters have not lost their love for the game and turnec out ajbig crowdtp wee the first real battle of the V Rupert started the sticK in the first inning when them score on a class aasisted by some of the pupils fronxthe grades repdered a very pleae aodentertaiqfng program in which the year ishown to have bcrn auditorium was very tastefully t 15 in which to PS his qu iMticatious as a neghb irhood row by distributing fines and costs amounting Falls made four by bunched hits as sfsted by the errors Rupert in the second rather startled the t pjitivea and chalked up four runs before boys coul recover their Twin Fall Guthrie of Twin Falls as Alternate for the Judicial With May sing and of makiiff recommendal ns for a temporary Chairman Brady asked to re ievedfrom the stating hat it might not be proper fur him to I6ld the position in view of his candi dacy for tlje bqp he prevailed upon by thecununlttee to hold theposition the con yention in when the nam ing ol a new chairman would be In or Colonel Thomas Hamer was wasrecemmend HeLtnuin was late animoiia Idaho Republicans in jheir state convention in thia city teday named six delegatas and six alternates the national convention In Chicago aud Instructed them to use means to bring abput the nomina tioniof Wiljiam Taft as the Repub To7 sTicceecI Tlieodore aft president of United The delegates are James Bannock John VV co urn Ada Washington county B Shoahonc Latah delegates selected from judicial districts in conformity with a practically agreed upon last night when it seemed evident that Senators Hey burn and Borah would not askto o be sent to the in made pennjinent Features of convention were ad Hresses by State Cnalrnian Bnuly Colonel Heitman an Joseph The sessions were less three houisbeing takenjn all owing to the unanimity of sentiment that pre vailed on all opera ditborately TO BE IMPROVED Commercial Club Receive As surance of Fremont orated for the a feature being a mining scene typical of at the back of the where a tunnel ore dump were sbown with a dummy figure at work with an electric drill aud another tak ing in a T he design was remarkably well executed and aroused much 4iemusifrfor the con Letters From Senator Heyburn and Assistant Portmaster GeneraL The congestion in postofljce has been increasing day by day until the beeu A eggwas all that was the visitors in and they around more publicans of the state not in and The barbers and bartenders olded to test the merits of the two profes added tw more to ghethem the lead Over thetroppon enta by one the visitors through errors while the Twins untU ereil iu fourr frrrtr innii thenmth the iVom outcome certain Re the Following Is the platTbrm in full as adopted the Republieaa state con vention at The Republicans of Idaho in con vention assembled hereby renew their allegiance to the great national party of protection of American laborarid whose record of achievements began with the adminis tration at Lincoln and was continued up to the present We declare ourselves unalterably in favor of Republican principle pro tection aa applied to raw materials as well as to manufactured articles pro dneed in the United We heie by endorsed wise and cour adminlstration of Theodore faiily besieged during the past two It lias been a common sight to see a line of men and women lined up from the front of the Perrine hotel clear to the window waiting their The boxes aa near as can be determined fall short of rilling the demand by two and with the every day this number will materially Owing to the report turned in by the nf hhfi two senators would be caffdld ites for places on the delega ion and the judicial districts then pro gejjetrttCaucus work of the PostmasterGreec how unable to get additional cleii help fromthe aqd has been obliged to keep the patrons wait ing a great deal longer than he liked as an alternativepay of salary for the extra help The commercial club tha Booth and T the secretary had the matter taken up with the assistant postmaster with Senator J V with the result that lowin which In the benerits bc H to wed uii the people passed by none and equalled by a few presiding on their delegates and As aaked only for an he alternate each of the six other districts May Commercial rt 37th masterlyability vigilance with which our distinguished fellow Senators WeTcLgfiLB7 lBopo ppstonce a ipfnrmed gated promptly by a Lbandiworkof the The es flays werjfj cleverly written and showed a knowledge of the of class delif p the literary and debate the year was been pi untold Tor both the speakers showed the true oratorlal 1 The drills by the little pupllaof the dressed asJapan ese partlcuUriy morning at the ball The coin tending parties each claim that the other aide never aaw a real and it looks as1 if the game might prove later eStlag from the professional point of of Queensbury govern and strangle holds barredr The pitchor are both said to ex leauguers and Myers for the tonsorialists Is said resemble the famous Gy Young except that is horizontally tall while the renowned Cy dicularly Thie line up of the impbs os though tue Kupert team am not give up the and two in the sixth and one in the Falls added 15 in three innings by a burst of hits that fairly tired out oppon Rupert Twin 40244470x Line up win Falla Farrel c McKf Ttliaa eceiveci one Xhe alternates selected are as follows Alfred Shoshone Latah county Twin fft m equal ampiint of applaiSFer The program follows TheField and Tfaok Meet wi I be h Jones HttlveTBon tobea fery interesting as the tiful trophy as an BS Osborn i of Bannock Peter Bing ham Canyon to all ef Ihf deliberations of fSe i Baird The Rupertteam will be here Sun lrw5onclualons the locals and a gjimp ia and he committees antl in the tion I The vote vas unanimous on allpolntB and the greatest entfiusL asm T the meeting of the state central morning for the CoBfgressman haya represented the peoplejaf Idaho in the congress of the United We hereby commend administration for the successful man ner in which the states business Been transacted and whiclrt factor in the and prospeiity of rejoice that the party whlcp gave Lincoln and Roosevelt to the na as ita leader William tne Department ana tnaii upon ceipt of his at that First Asst Poatmaster Genfe Senator Heyburn to Jhe the and experience to become ijhe chief magistrate of tho Idaho rdelegfttion to the national convention to use all to bring corner 10 aven Saturday night a t llyh t rffi
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