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   Twin Falls Times (Newspaper) - June 18, 1908, Twin Falls, Idaho                                Times is the official paper of the of r f n v Iwm The Times is the official paper Falls 13 FALLS TWIN JUNE SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAE a YOUTHS ROB A STORE Buhl Trading Company Broken Intr Sunday TICION AFD CONFESS Clarence and Cljflc Harold Ward and Harry MillerBrought Be fore Probate Court in Twin proving Tip on their ranch south of Cole will return to in thirty days and as asshe sells her photograph busi she will return to Idaho as she likes it Four boys were brought into the court today from Buhl on the charge robbing LBuM Trading companys stoye at the lat ter Last Sunday evening or some time during the night burglars effected an entrance from the rear of stereandrwiade away truit From the mater itwas consideredto be the work of amateurs and County Attor ney who was in Buhl investi or Harold Clarance and Clyde avis and Harry Miller who confessed o being the ones who broke 9hio Man Makes Good His Claims of rity was in Buhl Thurs professional A number of Buhl people areiTfn Twin Falls week attending Archie with the Culmer Paint Glass was town Thursday in the of The Buhl brass band will give a danceat Andersan Hall Thursday June supper will be ser Ver at City Hotel Baretts family arrived here Sunday and will make their home here this Barrett is the contractor of the school house Brainard left here last Wednesday for his old home in Okla He will return here in about t six to make his home here He bought northwest of town Sunday the Kimberly baseball team camS down to amuse the Buhl boost by the put i over Kimberly alfalfa shovel ers shows that thenew manager Tom Holmes is the right man in jigh place The many howls let out by th howler saboufrthe i of the school house waaJoraverset bringin Baumgardner foundation first Mrs of Cole arrived in Buhl day and is nowall the CONTRACT LET FOR CHURCH resbyterlan Edifice Will Cost Abou Ten Committee on Credentiids Seat Nearly All of Taft Securing Him a Very Large of last week the rustees of the Presbyterian cliurcl held a meeting for the purpose o pening bids for the superstructur the new church which that denomi nation is building the city park Die cost ismuch great er than was first the first estimate being in the neighborhood of six thousand but the trustees iqw place theprobable at ten contract for the church above the foundation was given to Art Reeves this city and the jails for the completed tober first The material for the walls will be of a buff colored pressed The for the church have utilized bit of space and the basement itself will a large number of Vooms for the pur pose of giving a dining kitchen and other for entertain m6nts and While the build ing under construction is to be merer ly the beginlng of a larger yet initself will he a struc ture and dne which will be of credit the John whsse energy is due the tfrbedirector of the work Through the courtesy of the Pocatello Tribune the fact of Tafts nomination on first ballot was ascertained late this afternoon and with this this paper goes to The full detail of the convention will be given to our readers next From AssociatedPress June 17 1008 A whirlwind of which raged in the vast ampitheatre of the Coliseum for fully H5 minutes today for the time presenting to the timid spectre of a Roosevelt This demonstration was decidedly the feature of the day otherwise notable stirring speech from the perman ent chairman of the Sen ator Henry Cabot Lodge of for much practical procedure in placing the convention a smooth basts and for the final defeat of the plan to reduce the representation of southern states at future national the most im portant act of the and the one aving the greatest significance was he adoptlonofr tne report of the com mittee on seating ofhis time in caring for the subscriptions and to the active advancement of the was the final acceptance of this re ult by the allies without the formal ty of a dissenting minority repor o the floor of the convention for the penr fight Wfiich has been long Instead ofthis all dan jer in opposition seemed to crumble those who had trouble in here II efore this decisive action which in ffect pleased more than 700 delegat iTnthe Taft Equally im sent tire ftan iTrtts Klnrrey Blwrt and Augmeyer flew out to Twin Falls also got a goose egg though five men faced the Sparks for American Falls struck Hambrook caught the ball on his anatqniy and reached first but was caught out to steal Hafiibrook struck In the third the locals deciflod to nturtthe cele the way they hammered ike ballall over the field was a revela tion to the Sparks thought he had theiuLoaJbis Farrell hit Kenney Robertson on Chapin was tofirst by courte sy of catcher and Farrell and Kinney Wilson and Wingo were alae to base andRobertson but ChaV in was caught at Hlisw went out on a long fly left Hola han made a two bagger bringing Wilson Wingo Kiersted to make connections on a steal to second and retired Score American Falls Twin Falls in the fotwth the first error for the locals was made when Jones reached fumble by but was caught at second by one of Chapins sensational Smith struck out and Birch fanned and was PROCEEDINGS Strata Given SixYears for SLAYER OF DAGO Juryin use Of Sinlo FiiiliT to Calendar WillKeep Court in Session for a Long thoir They were oon joined by former Secretary of he who sought out enator Lodge at breakfast aud went ight to You dont waut another La Fol ette do you he Well do not open the way for ending Cumnmns to the which u will do should Dolliver vacate his eat With Dolliver of the way the contest practically narrows down to Vice Fairbanks anr Repre seuativSSherman of New with TbTmef decljCiiiig emphatically over thelong distance telephonenthat le will not accept second National dommitteemaii Hart of towa today telegraphed Secretary Taft as follows Please discourage talkof We cannot afford to upset a strong Republican out at Fall3 lade one scorein this inning by Kin neys beautiful three bagger and his coring on shortstops fumble of Chapins In the West for the visitors ailed to ball away from Kln neys long reach and was put out at Zimmerman and Augmeyer oth knocked easy ones first and sat TwinFalls this inning was unable to light on Sparks for hitsand want out Bliss fatted up his pitching age by a strike out inthe sixth anc the Bide ball never going out of the Our boys also failed to score any more Tudsburry substituted for Court convened Monday afternoon from recess aud George Stratham convicted of involuntary manslaughter was brought up for sen Judge Walters thoroughly review the evidence introduced the verdict ofthe jury and sentenced prisonerto years at la iorIn the state The murder for which or Georgie George as is more fa niljarly known was eeavicted after a second trial was the cold blooded shooting of an Italian laborer on the Twin Falls Canal March 1906and in view of the facts which are well known on the tract much sur prise has been expressed the ver diet in the The trial of Taylor charged with assault with deadly weapons was tried and given to the jury late last The jury failed the case was continued for the term with the bail reduced to the sum of The Tlre porary officers for the He publican national convention Temporary General Chief assistant hus the path was cleared for the ful lilment of plans already well maturei the nomination for the head o the favorite sons stil bands of sted fast supporters who will show the loyalty whenthe firstfballot is PreConvectlon News from There is considerable discussion as to the length of the all the leaders holding to the original estimate of and others more optimistic should see the end of all deliberations and the of the representa Farrell at the in In the another blank awaited the American Falls team and Making Ihei r For thefirst and onlytime the visitors in eighth got more thai thrqpmn np did them nnrwiA wtrltTi O attorneys for Taylor Sweeley and McKinley Hutto prosecuted on ehalf of the Van Auken vs Guy greenient of both sides this MllnerPerrine Lumber company atrsubmitted no good ajid the game ended with a lopsided score of 11 ta American Falls vi 1 0 Hblahan Kiersted 3b Jfl AB R H 51 1 4 PO 0 0 0 0 E 0 0 Chiefasslstant Hinds O Official IlBIumen iroi1 Chief of Chicago William Chicago ChicagoRev John Wesley New It Js credentials committee will be able appoint a permanent roll call and if the opposed4 to Sec reitary Taft Assistant secretaries Charles Brooks Tudsburry lb 1 0 0 Kinney ss 2 2 Robertson cf Wilson rf 420 Chapin c Wingo 2b 0 0 Bliss p Total 4 1 4 0 8 3 1 2 0 1 32 11 8 24 7 3 at least the original cases to the likelihood of permanent organization will be delayed until JusT r if Conhi PWlip M Charles Hargerj Kansas Allen Hol Concord W Albert Bergj A Wil Des J Tally M American AB H Jones cf Smith 3 0 Berch ss3b 3 00 PO A 1 0 0 0 2 1 2blb Augmyer c 3 rtambrook If 1 Jlambropk 3bss 2 20 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 NibleyChannel Lumber continued for the Morgan Parafine dismissed at plaintiffs Western Jkoan Savings Thomas judgment by Loan John judgment for plaintiff by Western Loan Savings Howard for UJf x Pioneer Storage Commission dismissed at Anna Ferbush divorce granted William Lisanbee vs Mary divorce granted Joseph Smile placed on calendar and an order of default Joseph Walker and John decree of forecloser in favor tiff by Stout vs Pioneer Storage tjOUI as soon permanent list of Clyde W Mil gate is nominations fpr Osage Frank Bent president will be in of the antlTaft cam ptiign scoiiftjinue to maintain a bold that the is ended admit y In Glad be over to dg delegates and The failure Van SECOND FOE LOCALS American Falls Puts up Good Game Total 24 0 0 11 Earned Twin Falls 4 Two base Wimgo Threebase hits Kinney Basa on balls off Bliss Struck out by Bliss Sparks 2Hit by by BJISB 1 Left on bases Twin Falls Falls 2s Double plays Tudsburry unassisted Wild pitch Sparks Zt Passed ball Aug4 0 f myer Stofen bases by alury who found in favor the plaintiff in the estate of Norton Jewv ett and Frank Olson set for 1 BeverWn set for trial June Rogers County sioners of Twin Falls county case the court over ruled sion of them to pay plaintiffs claim Larson Wiley S court granted motion OConnor struction case i J Sacrifice Chopin Robertson under i v The team was npt Notes of the pitched a great a not cbnneot with the tq thage who look for hit pivrun being not even one tMy Uw ltt caught ra ftne ins national por orkwttti mlimbeir of not wishing 4rW   

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