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Twin Falls Times (Newspaper) - June 4, 1908, Twin Falls, Idaho v f j fAaai fetuti official pHpei of the Twin The Times is the official paper of Twin Falls FALLS TWIN FALLS JUNE SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR Salmon River Opening Surpasses Expectation of Seven Thousand People Attend Opening Walla Annis Fred HungaterPullman all tver the east as a telephone ex Mr Burgess will move his dovote win Pal 1 s hlsjtjme to the SPLIT UR entire Hisexperiencehas been gained in many landS having been engaged by the ment In the system the city of and having een engaged by the city of Chicago o investigatethe telephone system of luropeaiT is a and intends i that Fir8t Numbers Drawn by OyfcofTpwn Rainfall Fails to Abate Inter est of Large Crowd who Have Strained Accommodations of this Undaunted by the heavy downpour from one end of the longbuilding tp Jor twentyTour hoirrs previous to tHe the the men desiring to drawing IITe reeetpt for some time after had passed from the plat engineer over three thousand people to the final group of officials repre 1 gathered about the platform where senting the Salmon River had Tfront of the Up to close of the Monday night over acres had been filed The first hundred names coming which were to bring joy or disap pointment to the awaiting It was a good natured crowd de spite the irritating effect of it ii cool wind that made necessary the Use of overcoats There was but little enthusiasm manifested the success of the fortunate hold ers ofjthe first cubes The Investment company had ad the drawing to begin prompt at morning and be fore that time the arrangements were conpieted out the num Tiers from thechurn in which the registration numbers stamped on I wooden cubes had been The platform where reposed thechupn was at the rear of the vacani aai space between thW afid the side part of whom were able to our churn are given Milo Wasjilng Jacob John AlbenejIowa Kosgrk Elmer Wilber Continued on eighth FORM TELEPHONE Pfirfect FINANCIAL ETD Exchange Systems for ITendall And Lines to Be Installed nt Earliest A business deal of magnitude was cohsumated last night when a num ber local capitalists headed by Mark Murtaiigh secured of Jell Telephone company concessions iving them absolutecontrol of the reat Jterritoryl embracing the Twin Falis irrigated the Mini ylsed fftr the and the drawingwere in charge of for the Salmon River Miss gecretary of representing Kobert Lansdon represeliting the state with George Day who read numbers drawn fromJthe ehura by the company to tnake the drawing fair in every way and theyt succeeded At ten oclock Hays in a few Words informed the assembled crowd method ofdrawing and The churn the cubes was given vigorous whirl and the drawing tfegaa 91 of registration was Jhha drawn and the circulars That the exchangeL which n the Twin Fails who few words congratu quietus of of a hundrbd and sixty Arawlng rapidly and with no the numbers as drawn were entered upon above the heads where each see registration num paer was called the one holding the for that number proceeded to have the drawing aiumber receipt shed a busy lot of officals C The Bell company has also grarited right to connect tha 10 will f Anna nor row wilfiake its ind tt is vintentipn td Coated Not t twiii Wash Andrew of OQOQ I Henry Mo Idaha i Stables TwinFalls wmr Color adq V AntiMormon Plank Proves a Dividing Line for lew corporal ion shall have nothing jut the The territory embraced in the con cession is bounded on the east a g ring snntlvfrom Minidotift to tha Nevada The north boun dary wjll be line of the LTand th westrend of the terri tory will terminate on the western jpundary of the while the state of Idaho Nevada prise the boundary the Work on the Wendalland Buhl exchanges will be commenced ExSenator Dubois Secures Controland Elects Delegates toDenver Contests in Bingham County Aired in the Ada Rump at oncearnlr lines as as the matter is put up to and express a desire to rave the ser Three special train loads of Jack Jettersonian and Bryanistic democrats invaded the city of Twin Palls on Tuesday and have had every They are no a practical lot at all but nevertheless have stolen the effections of a large number of our citizens who are sup posedly For it is ahwsst impossible toTind a the cdnvention host struck to wit The first train to land at Twin Palis was trpjaJJoeJ4ahii A KNIGHTLY HOST TO CONVENE State GraiiA of Convenes of the Shart Line and they made a goodlyHstfowing as headed by he Pocatello band they marched up Sho shone street with varied bannens to show their contempt for the Mormon members of convention and Several transparencies advertised the Capital News as the Mormon mouth piece while a large number bore strik ourse of action in case of Dubois orces gaiping control and it was car ied out to the last detail the ontcst came in As t developed later in the convention he bolt was deliberately planned nd was not the spontaneous urst of outraged dignity the faction iideavored to show The state central committee had ts session the morning and made ome plans for the coming campaign endeavored toJfnossjbletp ing practice of the to the polygamous The its way to a exchanges at ind guhl and to IaodgeofKnisbt8 of Pythias which put In the on of tracts covered conceal jroved and connected of the an excellent oppdrtunlty for reaching thefp country a great to rtjrer as soqtt the titie tinancar make MS In Twin Falls wherp he respectr name propositpn s the success of the Mr Mur PBOGEAM PBEPARlfiD WILL KEEP GUESTS BUSY r Knights Wilt Be Aided by ja j opera house where the members dis banded to seek hotel accommodations and their The last special which contained the antiDubols crowdcame in to get busy with their too ware sunnorted with a band ring about some method of ting the Wednesday afternoon the conven ion began its work with the seat ng of the Here irst signs of aggression made iy the Ada county attorneys who be gan making complaints as soon as hey entered the buildingon the pTace given them and demandedan bejlcal arrangement of the delega ions Ib foilowlng program has been ar ranged for tne reception of the Grand will here next Thespecial the will arrive Monday and members to the Monday eveninga reception will be tendered the members V6f the Grand ahdjthe Pythian Sisters abthe seat the delegations one at a timeIn order toallay the fighting t the two demanding admission to the conyen and this fact had evidently put showing march the caucuseg of the opposing delegations and lrr planning for various com inlttees and for seating arraugeiueuls were quietly gotten out by the crowd and parsed around among the Grand Lodge will hold 1 two morning and af Judge Perky of Ada countyheaded the proMormqp dele The of the un andltnrlnm MrPU the Pythian club will give the visiting taugh has been in of many largeiyentttresj Iri this country In Sojitii and Is the manVfor pro ated out Jhe pres A III on him wilt bes yoeger of Salt Lalte Qjtoa well be iru in the morning and af the R K will convene in the of p Thursday afternoon at one oclock carriages will be m waiting to take the representatives and to the Blue Lakes and other leadership of Ex Senator who been so bit maligned by the proMormon bois has entered into this campaign has zedh4s iampaigns in the tv iEonye prtntPHt IB asse thetwo l Jng strength and measuring tba of thieir en in the it 5t a line of mined ternilned he two factions their metal see contest foreshadowing showed strength camps to be nearly equal than first The jTy State A 1 ft i I of by John Gourjey the CnalrmanLockj lated the convention on the and good will LOCK hart then announced that Glen Klnlay had been selected for tempor ary chairman of the convention b Erb of Lewiston Immediately sprang to his feet and saicT that nofhV i about the chairman bad come up meeting of the central t thfe iiJudge Perky jir Wtt in stentorian i Jt
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