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   Twin Falls Times (Newspaper) - June 11, 1908, Twin Falls, Idaho                                n r rf e i x f h Y V S tt TKe Times is official paper of the city of T f 12 is the official paper of Twin v L TWIN TWIN FALES THURSDAY SUBSCRlPTlON 11r IN POSSESSION I fwin fails Seized by Knights of Pyffe GRAND ELECTS OFFICERS FOR ESSUIKG YEJ ly encored visitors they werelavishin the praise accorded to the masterly manner with KhiCh the Wednesday lodge con tinued its session and held the annual election The of the is given i Grand Chancellor Sherman Grand Viie Shir Weiser Grand Elven GrandKeeper Records and Seals Grand Master of 10 Gathers in Candidates and Parade on the Streets of Twin The city of Twin Fals has been In the possession of a knightly host onday noon the delegates and of the State arrived and they still thecoritrol of the field and are adding to the excitement of the city a considerable extent as they have been gathering in bunches o the and roping the un brand the ones I Monday the band and reception com mittee aided by every knight on the met the delegates them to their various of en A number ot members the Pythian Sisters accompanied the visiting delegation and were met Second Trial Results in Verdict of Involuntary Coeur Grand Inner Wednesday evening the 6 initiated a class of fortyseven tyros into the mysteries of the exalted or eight oclock the or der formed a parade starting from the with thepurpose of show of their victims before arid after tak ing Attired in Turkish costumes the members of the order lead by the leaij their victims DISTRICT CdCRT BEGAN ACTIVE MONDAY permission to the defendant to file amended Nellie FeTney Aiken by consent ofi court de murrer of sheriff Aiken was with drawn until granted to file Twin Falls Land dismissed at plaintiffs Lon War den judgement in favor of the Culmer Paint Glass permission granted 0Jile amended uslamuiT ami gran Cud Mabel Cole and Fern egiment Passing n the Chapel Gienberg Batchelors Whisperings of Kinke Legs Fern Rainbow Polka Helen Oakley and Lillian Makes Ener getic Disposal of New At torneys The district court convened Monday June a recess from May and the case of Stra given in detail in the TJines some streets eactf tyro was politely handed a as consolation later A live camel with humps fresh from the desert was lead by one of the head executioners and dur ing the parade the beast made meals of the the tyros and unsuspecting small boys who strayed too while the the victims wonder ed when they would be used as chew time ago was taken County Attorney Hutto appearing for the state and Guthrie for the jie Tendaptr The following jury was sworn to try Han Waters Milner H Hamilton Musgravef Car ter Macaw Thomas ORourke Frank Highfield instructions for E the jury was ftjdge Monday night a general reception was auditorium and occasion given for theknightsandfamilfesto meet with the grand lodge A couple of tyros who were top overcome by the prospect of Sefr fate were carried on a to their It is mpossjlble to reckon ther casualties atthetimeofgoingtopress butso of the Twin Falls lodge called the as ar no business houses are draped in readby West and Hie state In troduced eye witnesses to prove tha the murder wSs cold pre part of The defense which was ably conduc ed by Attorney Guthrie endeavored o show that the killing was accident Guthriewho has es tablished reputation as a criminal awyerso skillfulir handled dence on behalf of the prisonerthat Burt Winter Pioneer Storage Jommssion Judgement taken by default in the sum as payed together with attornejf McCprnick Cooper set for trial June Sierer set for trial June Thometz Pioneer Storagi Commission set for Fri day June TStoris Pioneer Storage Commission set for trial Satur The following gentlemen were ad mitred to practice in the courts o Adam Bar clayi James The court instructed the sheriff t drawra jury of 40 to be present on Monday June On of the county attorney against Thomas Sweeney was iVOKK ON DEVILS WASHBOARD Capitalists Grading on Power Site Near Clear Craven and Joiiya together ivTrBa number resWents filed upon a power on the Snake river known as the Devils washboard some time ago the water power being developed by stream flowing from the Clear Lake According the requirements of th government a certain amount of work for improving such site be a given time andi is to comply with the law that th holders of the power site mentioned are now working fourteen teams in grading the ground T make a runway for a Th actual worli of placing the flume an developing the power will not be con sidered this but thegentleme will eventually use the falls for and lighting purposes where in this section of the Commercial Club up Plans of Celebration COMMITTEES FOU EVERY BRANCH OF PREPARATIONS NAMED Generously iij Business Men of the The plans for the Fourth of celebration are begining to be worked and this Booth of the Com take of every phase of cele Court then Adjourned until Monday June The caseof the state of Idaho with assault with a deadly was submitted to the jury this and at the GOVERNOR AS BOOSTER Capitalists About the District By States A party of 25 representative capi talists the east and west arrived in Twin Falls last Friday on bration which is hoped will eclipse any ever held in the finances is aT WofTrtoday funds to provide for the ex penses and from the response to their efforts lack of money not be an excuse1 for poor All that is needed is a spirit of good Will and push on the part of all our citi zens and the result is The following are the committees appointed for the Fourth of July cele bration White Speakers McMil aTspecial ttain to see for themselves the work that irrigation is doing for Macaujey NT sembly to order and called updn Pre oLtha Commercial aurnlng ana we are nopmg ror tnn A feed was given the sur slaughter may be regarded as a trtb to giva the addrt Booth responded In a brief tlmo of going to prcoo tho jury still visit will be madethe means for the visitors that any thing in the was at their com mand and welcomed them to thecity Won behalf of its rificial Thursday morning the guesTs were given anopportunity to view the Shoshone and while there given a picnic luncheon by ion atthe Shoshooe AlsoJohnson Waltrs occurred after dinner on Tues day and the case rested with the jury deliberated six linally turned in the above Sentence pronounced by Home Talent made a very appropriate address of welcometo the visitorsonbehalfof the The next sessionjfthe grand lodge willbe heldin Juneof nextyear at Miss Fargo who has been teaching a ilass in for the past year ave a very pleasing pupils recital Wednesday The manner in which the young ladles acquitted the court next Monday afternoon at oclockr themseiyes reflects much credit on Miss Fargo as aTtiacheTf she is second to The as rendered Is glvfin m stale of Many of the party represented various banking institu tions of White one of the greatest of American Banking institu Governor Gooding and State En gineer Stephenson met the party at Minidoka to this The party visited the Sho ftnd Rlne Lakefl and Sat Ei Hardej Marshalsot the McKln President of the of Lewiston responded and spoke of the splendid cty which is springingup Police Victor Brunk was before Police fcere and then proceeded to tell some thing of the many worthy things Vhlch the order stands for in the bet terment of from a number nf grand Smith Friday of last tteek for trying to play the wild west on the streets of Twm He plead ed guilty and was fincu forthe fun he lodge officials in response to the call of the presiding officer On of the Pythian er mead of wel Ellen was arrested last Thursday on the charge of petty being accused of taking from She and her convened on Monday 28 with Judge Walters The case charged with murder was called and postponed un til Monday The following civil cases were disposed Twin Falls Land Water company dismissed lit cost ot Burt Winter Pioneer Storage Commission court granted plain Les Sylples HelenOakley and Lillian May Sweet Daffodilis Fern Bubbling Birth of the Flowers Hlen Allen Margaret urday departed the Al bertacountry where a thorough in vestigation of the Jdaho Iryigatipn companys project was list of relinquishments at Barnett tered a plea of not guilty 10 Lift permission guaranteedby Anderson Fine engraving a special Tpike Bill Mabel Coles Birthday party Mabel Qole entertained several of her friends at the home of her sister Tuesday It being her eleventh T The afternoon was spent in playing games and Miss Fern A recess was declared and the rest of the evening was spent In acTcial Tuesday morning and afternoon occupied the grand lodge In the evening the visitors ancHoeallodgememhers attended the 3roauction of Nevgmrby the Pythian The play was ueattt bail being fixed in the sum ol which she Not making her appearance her hail was declared Jacob Johnle was arrested on Sat Vrday and brought before the police charged with beingdrunk He plead guilty and was Bingo Polka Gaul nerved a The table Joseph Walker John permission granted defendant to with draw demurrer and 10 days in which to file and serve Harness Dix Henry Wll case Filel Lane Water by consent of counse Mabel Blush Rose Waltz Fern and Florence Stars af the Cupids Lillian Johnson Valse Etude watcneg Anderson the Pike dainty birthday dinner See our line hoiiery Six pair guaranteed s to wear six months without a Will be pleased tp showthem toryouThe white ribbon and pansies Holohans Those present were Elsie Gladys Lillian George Rose Johnson Lew Eddie Miss Ditter Miss Rose r Fern Holahan flne4 tor the plaintiff the court granted Grace Bargerr Famous   

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