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Twin Falls Weekly News (Newspaper) - February 24, 1921, Twin Falls, Idaho m -Mi ; • , .1 ft-. W ¿VU • If f'< Vh ^ r ; Î l m ) f-» f ¡0*. r % h ^ à v -tr ,1/ • WEEKL\ / rv V SEVENTEENTH YEAR TWIN FALLS, IDAHO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 1921. WHEAT SUPPLY SHOWED New Board is Formed and the State Organised into Districts for Work The Idaho state board o f sheep commissioners met at Boise last week and elected Fred Gooding chairman of the board. The state was divided into five districts, each under the immediate supervision o fth© resident commissioner. Dr. J. S, Dade of Idaho Fa'lp was appointed as inspector in charge to supervise tire work in the state under the authority of the board and the commissioner of the district- He was in Twin Palls Saturday on a trip of i he rotate to organize the work in the different districts. The board has ordered an inspection of all sheep on food lota aa well as farm sheep and no sheep will be permitted to go on the ranges without a certifi <ate from a district inspector indicating that the animals àrè free from ¿is ease. The only dip authorized by the board is lime-and-sulphur to be made with 11 pounds of lime, 33 pounds 1 of flowers of sulphur to each 100 gallons of dip. In i struct ions for thô préparation of same, will he given by either of the two dis trict inspectors in Twin Pails county.' One is located at Twin Palls and the i other at Buhl. "Where the owner of diseased sheep Marketable Stocks 40 Per Gent of Amount on July 1, 1920 Marketable stocks of wheat in tli-j United States on January 1, 1921, aro estimated by the bureau of market« and the bureau of crop estimates, United States department of agriculture, to be 320,000,000 bushelt, whicrli is approxi mately 40 per cent of the total avail able on July 1, 1920, and compares with 417,000,000 bushels on January 1, 1920 After deducting an average carry-over of about 70,000,000 bushels, there remains about 250,000,000 bushels in thi* country available for export and domestic. requirements during the six months from January 1 to July 1, 1921. Of the 417,000,000 bushels on January 1, 1920, about 109,000,000 bushels were carried over into the next sea son, as compared with the above aver age, leaving 308,000,0()0 bushels for six months' export and domestic require ments. Theee figures do not include flour stocks or flour equivalents, neith er do they take into account import« or wheat held on farms for seed or other NUMBER 12 Relief Legislation, Plain Price --------! Marking and Highway Mat- Commissioner W. G. Swendsen Gives Settlers' ters on Program Association Official Assurance that Action 1 will be Taken Bebore Crop Season — Conditions Loom Favorable to Early Adjustment of Controversy That the state reclamation commissioner, W. G. Swendsen. believes the plan of settlement of tho Salmon river project controversy appears to open u way to final adjustment to all point* in question, is the impression conveyed in an entry made bv the commissioner in the records ot the state d<-partment of reclamation. Mr. Swendsen, it it said, has announced that the state will take action toward bringing about a satisfactory settlement of the Salmon project matter before the coming crop season. During the week Ray M. Beauchamp. secretary of the Salmon River Settler»' association, spent some time in Boise state muft cancel tho entries the set Between 75 and 100 local business men gathered ot Tom V cafe for lunch eon Tuesday the affair being under the auspices of the Twin Palls Chamber of Commerce. Asher B. Wilson president of the institution, presided and a num ber of short speeches were made b - tiers made upon the foregoing lands i.. loca , men Qn . f order that the same may bo roturned m 1 • " l " r accordance with the statutes and the regulations of tho department of thv? interior uneni umberi-d. and that in making such cancellation of entries, since the same aro made by reason of no default on the part of tho cettlors. the state is morally, if not legally bound, to return the said foes in the aggregate sum of this claim." the crop. ______„„ .•__, , „. ,„___ „ . *!on matters directly connected with the purposes, estimated at 12 per cent of affair(j of tfce ^^ md [he wmm , association. He returned yesterday filled with enthusiasm over the outloot for settlement of all controversy after meeting with the authorities of the reclamation and land department. Tn con nection with his visit to Boise Mr. Beauchamp makes the following statement: Issues Important Order. After considering th? conditions AGAINST IMPORTATION BY FOUR SCHOOL BOYS Youngsters in Court Reveal Unique Operations to Obtain Money eit. Letter» wore reads from Benator Sea ver wirn respect to pending legislation particularly aa to the status of house Bill 121, tho measure designed to at ford relief,to the finances of Independent School District, No. 1. Thie bill is expected to come before the house committee of the whole within the next dav | or two for amendment. The amendments proposed provido that the "law ; shall be operative only during the current year and that only resident freeholders shall vote at the election to l>e held to raise the sum necessary. Another measure which came in for discussion was that certain bill provid ing for the price marking in dear figures of all goods sold at both wholesale and retail, the price tag to show net | only the selling price but the cost as per invoice. W. C. Wright of W. H. | Wright and Sow; company, was tho Glee Olubs Have Prepared Rousing Humorous Musical Play for Friday Night A most unusual case of juvenilp de- principal speaker on the topic. Mr-linquencv came to the attention of tho I Wri K h t taking the position that such juvenile authorities during last week! 8 ¡^cal to both B wholesale and retail interests and would when local merchants reported having lend to endless controversies between ;vr lcr r0.. H «a 0 r...g u.,_ been defrauded by four lack ranging merchants and their customers particu- upon tho Salmon river project and the „ 8 ¡„ n.„«„ „1.» * no'.essitv of urgent, action looking to 1 » W from 13 to 16. The boys in que« I " «J", the completion of the plan to reduce'tin,, are enrolled in local schools, ai.,1 f ! n the 1efl8t q™ 1 '«®« to com ÏE r^ng^rmTTheXtrL"fully '¿Southern State Potatoes I^BCt- Te W and because of the approach- though Probate Judge O. P. Duval. thorized under the provisions of tho' ©d with Disease and new law to construct same, dip the! Desirable, Report sheep and all costs of same shall be a I _ ____ ( lien against said sheen. ¡ing time for planting crops and the sentenced the boys to terms in the m-i levying of maintenance for the imge• ! dustrial school at St. Anthony, ho sus-j Hon season of 1921, Commissioner W. j pended actual committment pending G Swendsen of the state department j good behavior. The boys have been pa-By employing drastic measures, the, The T^'" 111 Palls county potato school of reclamation on February 10. formal : roled to the custody of parents in each board hopes to eradicate sheep 'scab 1 which was begun hefo last Thursday, entered an order on the minutes of ¡case- from Idaho during the present vehr. ended Saturday evenine. All sessions1 1,i8 (,p P artmpnt records showing that | Statements made by Judge Duv..M prebend the matter of mercantile expense. which expense must in all cates !•<* ndd'e«' tn the cost of each article wold before there can be any provision whatever for profit. The matter of hlghwnv funds came '•i> Cor discussion, 17- ,T. Weaver of Filer, member of the Filer highway commis-s : on explaining the status of tho qtiov Next Friday, February 25, tl»e high sohool glee clubs will present a clover musical comedy, "In the Garden of .the Shah." This three-act comedy, requiting nearly two and one-half hours time for presentation, is said to bo one of the best published for amateur, actor.?. The entire three acts of the «N>ra nre supposed to take place in Persian jit the garden of Perunah, the Shfth. Ted Harding and Billy Cuninnnga, »American mining engineers, accompanied by their colored body guard. Sain, come to Persia to work the Shah > gold mine. Story of Play. Ted falls in love with Zohdah, the -Shah's daughter, and Billy with Loh-lah, Zohdah's friend, while Nowebeh. Zohdah 'b old nurse, pursues Sam mwb° to his discomfiture, thinking him hftr affinity in some other incaruatioSi. The Shah, howover, has other Mjftnr for Zohdah 'a future and returns tt^Jti 1 ) garden with Somecrabb, an Arab shwk whom ho wishes Zohdah to many, Thi|t is the situation set forth ia the ¿tact act and in the remaining two many humorous situations are brought out in'» the solution of the problem. „ - , \ The entire production is under the , supervision of Carlo H. Oltz, glee etab 1 director, who has been ably assisted in the spoken lines by Mary Gibbens. of the public speaking department, and in the dance numbers by Miss Bunquist. The work on the costumes has .been done by the sowing department tuideifi the supervision of Miss Sutcllffe, while part of the scenery was made in the mechanic arts department by D. L- Ro-A liirgo prchestra has combining Dr. Parrot's few high school musi- thc scab, became a law when Qovernori During Saturday's diHi-unainns the ... , . T>. W. Davis attached his signature t.v " , ( ^ dmcussions the t>8ted thp 8ettIerfl aTld tho £tate and ia engaging the attention of the clerk ______t--„^„^i,, p„ii—ha question "Shall We keep Out Cahfor it recently, immediately following, he. . Potatoe8? .. t by w ^ Wick£ named a sheep commission of five as- _ „ , »Li ................... .........v recommended bv the Idaho Woolgrow-1 omP h at»cally answered 15 the af- ' rior and of the commissioner >rs- association I firmative^ there not bemg a dissenting, goneral t and office; The action was taken when it eons will be held by the chamber froi'i predicated upon the findings and con- i while the other apparently uninterest-1 ^JZ^^^ lu si 011s of the secretary of th. »te-j ^ in the popping, ^reted^ goods! »W^**^*" touch "witV were returned by one of the gang ac companied with a note purporting to liWW^^d «by the mother' of^lJeitrBr^ These notea iniimated that the goods had beeii regularly purchased and hh i utile of Bmmett, for the four- ^ZnZ ^JZ.Z Vf**n wit not what was wanted. Beturv War tmi Hugh Bproat of Boiso for ™\ tme a of P otftt °f •, to the end that-, this settlement may be! "f the money paid was always asked, the teL. P | 2 t ad of T iTnTversut® conelnded before the beginning, of the | Mr. Ault says the boys confessed that (The «11 was introduced by the Hve>®"''«J. th ® irrigation season of 1921." the money was always divided equally stock eomfeittee.:passed the house Feb-, partment; M. A Thometi, a county nmong members of the gang, vuarv " aMthe ¿twte February S. Tti yn-her: W. L. W-cks. also,of the ex | Provides for Refund. • Too freque ut operations on one carried a clause that an emerginey er-! A measure known as "House Bill store resulted in suspicion and the as isted mid it was to become a law immediately following the signature 0* the governor. - I ' .^„i°<S?i%hich C*rl Miller ^f twin Palls county ^ a ^ , flheep scabies are prevalent through-^L^S^^t 1 »« chairman, providing_for_a. refund to in charge __ Thursday. ia The__ f_ather _of s »to agronomist-- he subjects were: Xo wR£ int -,duced in the legis-distance of the juvenile officers was "Storage and 8torage House Construe- ; , b the irrigation committee, of appealed for in working out an answer ition; "Improvement of the Potato; ... c * . Millpr » f Tw i n p a n B c0n ntv to the fraud. All four lads were taken Former Service Men Stoutly Urge Support for Soldiers' Welfare Bill Members of Twin Pulls post, Ameri ouri^r^r^"«^ «a !^^ "i¡^r^vs^^^^ ^ ^ /T"- Moml,,v sfM,t 8 meM 'Related to the Potato Crop. I ___.j .^ti... .un», ^»t! th» on.vi» n1«dero to Irnpn strict watch over ag< > to Sena luar- ^ral government threatened to qu »vsheep and it was felt dras ■ I were necessary to_abso-j nntine T tic m lately OTlmrp out the disease in Idaho. A sprang dipping before sheep go on the range is planned by the commis sion. I Innds and of other similar projects, thj gave pledge to keep strict wateh over filing fees sind purchase price paid the his son in the future. The boys are state. The men mire was prepared by to make an inventory of goods obtain-Mr. Swendsen, hna the active support ed through this proceeding and to re-iof Attorney Ooneral Bov L.-Jllack, and turn the list to the court- They will was recommended for 'pasna£e by the then be required to find employment TANNER RESIGNS PLACE ÏÎ m\MW «TIBY • ***** *à'ffairs"committee"tÄay , to make c**\ returns to the merchants j „ essale denlore^ recnt action of th^ i ^"^^"^Zr'Ì^t^mr RU -UliniSIEJL.il UL.UIIL I IUI I no known opposition in eitlïÇg: house as defrauded. ^ ¡ d ilate committee on sénats bill No. | To TaiJ | .... ...Entire (Company age to 8enator ,T IT. Seaver exhorting his assistance in procuring legislation ihrough which sick and disabled former service men will be accorded adequate medical and surgical care. The Musical Numbers. ACT 1. Overture ............................ Instrumental Tti This Persian !<an<l of Flowers........ ...................................;....Cliorus of Qirlif I Am a Persian Rosebud.«...:................ A'- Propli^y' : ............Noweboh, ted, Hilly and Otils My Persian Rose...............................'...tml Sine* Your Byes Have Told Me..:-.,.. ' ' ......................................¿ohdali and ted Do iTamin' ob do Shrew............„^...Sftiii Chains of Love.............'.Lohlah and Silly Bow Low....P<irniinh, Lohlah and Shiek Soon the Wedding Bells You'll- Hear ...........................Entire Compaav ACT 2. For You Arc Love.......JZohdah and Girls If Life Is Like a Story Book.......... ..........Lohlah, Zohdah and Somecraba What We Were and What We Are:..: .....I............................ .Nowobeh and Sair r Did Not Knowi...........................'j^Jted The 8ilvery Moon......'....Zohdah andv-ted I Am King of- My Desert Throne----- Somecrflba no known opposition in eUtiwf?house as defrauded. . yet. The refunding of mon% totaling Buhl Loses Man Who Has Be en if, 1 , tÎ^reiÎe'f it |J|JJ in Charge of Civic Club Affairs Over a Year T S GOING TO SALT LAKE Fisher Appointed ObTake Over T. H. Miller Affairs ! will afford to the entrvmen. Attorney ; Oer.eral Black seated in a written opit'-ii'ii thnt it was his opinion "that in: order for the state to enable the en-Joseph \V. Tanner, who for more than -r^men to avail themselves of the Smith a year p:i£t has been secretary of th»i .oef, it is necessary to refund to tlie.'.e - Huh I Chamber of Commerce, Kas resjgn- entrvmen their filing fee and purchase Logan Unable to Handle Con-ed the office, to take a similar position ^-p-?^ vention Scheduled for ut Paso Robles, Cal. Mr. Tanner, accord'ng to announro- Carey act lands as preference right of . s ; .. . ••' Mr - tanner, accorn-ng to announro- c ar , A^Wq^gt^the requoft or Oa^'n^nt from Bnhu submitted his definite laws for not over 90 days." March 8 and 9 & ^roitrru^of twin PnJ'f.-a^^^. resignation to President J. H. Barker hasten-l^ntoMor^ho T^fiL^er ; ,, f . tJlw -B uhl Chamber of Commerce at-QroeW^y fe^mnanyuof Bnlil. Mrs. Mln-nie --tSÖt&r has boejn^ made receiver and ^A^i^ 7 ri 'Spon s i b'iTi ties "of' -tli e" p o s i iTqii on r*.,. , Vm^H. f ? bond.for $10,000 ruarv 2 .-5. The offer of the Paso Robles - Mr * ü it . M rntir- filiä W Friday together with papers j icited on dent amwiiit.ing.io .<i'4546.«a ' _______ the plaintiff declares the Miller con . eem i* iMdv-fcJ. „ RANCHER OF KIMBERLY The suit tin d^btis,filed against T. H. /Miller .Tr-, doing busriiess under the p^i./'i,*____ _ L_V- a A t Vfilt--- /-I—__ ____ deiiendont«. The ac f iuuve ronirni*tec on this bill comes a"* •i surprise and disappointment to men Tn order to render the refund of the Home 500 Rotarians from Idaho. Mon-! i1aT1,u ;'' J 1 '? uni t? r T ^^ e t , . , . v . ... ™.r.-h»M. Priee of the Salmon riv 3 r tana utah wiU gather in 8alt Lake cann 1 ot V » V<? m i. 12. me S^er .has'teen made receiver and " "T "if t . he . b ® a, ; d of directors this. fflndR under thc terms of thu. M arch 8 and 9 for the annual district P^P\* "f the state of Tdaho has mp «naner nas oeen uiaae re er ann uepk He asked to be relieved of the bi „ Mr Bianchamp . on February 1' ( . oll f e rence. During the session a dis ^I'H.]« the point where men_who on Feb w iti, the state board of examin- trict. governor will he elected to suc- .ms n claim in behalf of all excluded fee( j R a i p h E. Bristol of Ogden, pres-position. it is saut. came entirely unso K , ninn rjvpT entrymp11 for the cash pnt i nCiU ibent. fid flu- state as the purchase price fo- ^ the coming convention the com- «.'rtnte committee in reportinn unfavorably. ; , 4f"r i The soldiers' welfare bill' is to comej - • - l.efore the senate tomorrow. The poft 'b My Life Is One Huge Joke................... message to Senator Reaver reads: | ...............-'«............Perunah atìd Girls "Tn senate bill No. 35, Twin Fatisi Finale ...........................Entire Company post, No. 7, consisting of 500 ex-service ! Oast of Oharactera men is expecting vour assistance in I«*- ! Zohdah ..............Vera Cook, '22 gislation that will adequately care for IioMah ....................Ogeretta Murray, all Hick and disabled veterans unti. | ^ owe boh...................Marv Coatef, '21 such action is taken by congress as wi" ! Ted ' Harding............Lawreiice Sizer, '82 ■roveriy <-ave for these, men and their r;i1 Cunnnings......Willard Denton, I _ . 1 ____i. . m t.. .. -1.! »» ..li MAMni.t ' ». 0 __ _ tion of the senate j Su ' mH0 ] Johnson Jackson.. GOES INTO SHORTHORNS rff t * \ ; all excluded lands in thnt project. Mr. stifution and by-laws of the Interna Beauchamp adds: tional Rotary organization will be up Sets Up Facts. dovision and a vote will be cast ____________ _______ • i,v the entire district on proposed &VfirW stvie of the JtiHev Grocery com " "In setting up the facts upon which . | 1H ngos. The program includes two - \ranv' "Judee Babcocfc of t-heidistric', n » tu*,a w»« *»«„«*. c?aim is based, Commissioner i nn cheon« and a banquet and a ball Si signed the order * naming- Mrs. ° TJ^ J}^ ^^ wlth [ 8,verulsen filed as a part of the claim fluri the tw0 daVH the conference. S Sver^Thriatter toi been S ° me 0f ^f^^ This the following statement: 'That by its Thc a \ lt Lako Rotary H„h, with Wes section resolution of November' ir>, 191S, as re-lev E. King as president, will be ho«i. . ' ei-rded in the minutes, the state land A jf t j, e Mtherings will bo at the Hot-d [.. M. Lloyd, residing on <t ranch on 0 i„ mrf i, n , ting for and on behalf of the x;tah- have suffered both physical and finan cial Iosf as a result of service rendered their country tliot when their uniforms ■•ire taken off Micv are cast aside aiH left to the care of charitable institutions for necessities of life in order to fulfil what appears to be a political pledge of economy. Perhaps the services of these men were not Worth $100,-000 to those who remained at hoiue. ÜA. Some of Best Stock In This employed by the Miller Grocery com Section pany some years as business aupervisov, it is Stated. ^ ,___mile west and three quarters of a mil* ,i a te of Tdaho, refused to request pa'- The district convention rotates be fkDIlEi TV l'c At'i Cfiirn ■ ^I 1 "i o f t. Ki ^ erIy ' added eighi ent f or the lands embraced in the fore twe(>n thrce states Lftflt year the con- tnUbl.IT lo ALLtUEU select Shorthorn cattle to his herd. Tfco g ninK U Bt, and that the secretary of f Prcm . c wa8 held in Boise, the vear IN SllfT'-PllR'nfVORHE i Pl I " ha8W «onsist^of one bull and seven' t ' hp interior, because of Ihe apparent. I>re eeding at Buhe and this veaV it in OUII run .Uivvnutjjngh grade heilers. The sto^k was woter shortag e on the project, and aft- was ec heduled for Logan. According . ---- ■ - ^«lii fron. < . A. McMaster & Son. o. ,, r , einp dn]y adv ised of all the fact*, to word from Sa1t Lake , Lo gan Rota Mrs. AmAtida Bft4gw Htod J Action to Twill tails. 'refused 'o patent any of Hie lands u ri ans this vear decided tbev would be DdjStrlct Ooart for Bpndi-Dissolution The head of the herd ie an ll-mont'is forP?n i n< T lift, and that the state „„„bv to entortain the convention ana ' - «»Id animal, sired by imported Monte;tl, board of hllui commissioner? and the the gathering was changed to Salt Lako Allying cruelty, inhuman treatment. Stiver Star, The heifer« carry service SJ , id 8Wrctarv 0 f the interior were sus- ,,„ r o n nest deserfon aud..failure tq provide, Mr«, of Sultan Supreme Oem. 1 he purcha-er. taillud ,„ sm>ll re fusal to ask for and Arrangements for the annual meetin,» Aimtynto A. Badger haB entered suit in owns a high pneed farm rtnd plans t< ; H9ue pat . l>nt to the lands in the forego- . hl t l, e hands of H. F. Dicke. as the district <Jou*t ogainft Benjamin F. Stock the placti with cattle equal to in iut llV F. R. Dietrich in his dec : i, a i rman of a general Botary program Badgef fof-aiyorce, together with suit »he grade of the rest of Hie woporty. sion ,„ the ,. aee of Salmon River Land ,. onini ittee. Elmo V. Smith will act is money;. MfcBftwy. alimony and otlwr The oattle bought from the McMasters ; and Water compan y, against D. W- Da convention secretary. A number of finjap^T rellof. Plaintiff also nsk?3- are Tftted among the best m this section yiR governor of Idaho, et al, and such soakers of national repute are being " PW- of th€ «»i n «y- ; decision was confirmed by the circuit nrranged for to address the convention. court of appeals of the United Stater There are 27 clubs in the district, -with by its decision bearing date of Sep- . membership of 15$0. tember 7, 1920. , * Ì l 4' m ■Ai ¿r § i Cl • V.. 1 ,- . ' ' " . i • ' ' - ■■■ g mflPECTIKG I0U3E5. A||inspection oï aï! hoteh. rooming Oh >eb. A 1^21:... attaches. The surveV^^as begun this îpitotion— TOornipg'. for the Wrpoee of determin--Week ending Fel^ 12. 1*.>21 iii-,_________^„nUonrr'nnn. iîiù»l:i. weptk. n .V.«ÄE?«gO...... Must Cancel Entries. That because of the foregoing con- IN8PECT GRADE Friday the county commissioners suaitee of a retraining order to vent ¿defendant disposing, encumbering ^ JAOKSON RESEEVOIR plaintiif atbeing a widow UeportS from Moran, H'yo.. at the outlet off Jaciksoii Lake rCterVoir, shows the following condition: _ ______________________, Jackson I^ake storage- Acre Ft. ditionp, among them. tl»p* fpfusal of the R ,ient some time looking over the Clear a Feb. 12/ 1921...........................290,180 f'nited States goverQmti«t to patent : i^kes grade near Jiuhl with % view to ind honses ia Twin Falls has On Feb- 12, a year ago............... 115,690 any of the lands in the foiegfting list; V^'motlng the improvementsith^t will beenTstarted bv Dr. C Q. McSinnis, ending. Feb, .!.'. 19LM...... 5,31.i the state if unahlejto ftillill its obliga- ^¿i required <« this county this season. with "other counts health department, «.an«« week a year. #»ko................ ^>0 tion and deliVet*fpateRfe covering the The Gooding eounty commissioners are -« L-.— *i.i.r v ri^, ipilotion— Inch foreeding lands to the settlers entitled improving the road from the Wendell 0.4" to receive the same, vfetit iu obliged tr 8 i de and t j,e g^hl highway ¿istfict will 1 ift.OC relinqiHtih 'qiriiia^^iMiW ted ¡assvtme some of the burden on this side 11.38 erol' gove]rpment, bu^1>efpre ' *j«iet4i itara^ ßon-jisfar'tio-.ofr-'Soii UNIVERSITY GLEE CLUB MAKES FINE IMPRESSION Rendition at High School Given Heartiest Accord by Large Gathering ! The high school auditorium was comfortably filled for Thursday night'sap-nearnnce of the Idaho State University Men's Glee club, directed by E Or'o Bangs. The recital was particularly worthy, and the renditions full/ 'ustified the mnqruificaiit reception- accorded bv the audience. Ajl eneeiu-'de .selections were well rendered, tuneful and inspiring, while the quartets were even more exceptional in quality and muf'cianlv style. Solos by Russell Scott. Rupert, baritone, received extraordinary acewrd from the atit|ience. c ,. BE-NTNING PROMOTED^ H. A. Bo"" ; n!i of tho Amolgamate'l u """>r "oinnnnv. has been promoted from district trienager <o assistant general manager and wi'l have »-hnrge of '•'o o^erntinfj department, .Mr/ Ben? ning .will Ijave he^dq^arterft iih Ogde«» w. % 1 ~t."H—""■■J^ —i-^>, BASKETBALL 8ATTJBDAY. Arrangements havjo ,been- made for a legfon league' basketball gome to be' Perunah (the Shah)..Donald Flynn, '22 Somecraba...:.....I.......:...Morte Avers, '8? , Chorus and Attendants Bessie Bowen, '21; Nettie BQweil, '2H; Helen Brown, '21} Ver» Brown, '22; Margaret Dunlap, - '23; Ma« Franklin, '24; Julia Wood, '82; ÇUw DeWitt, '231 Martha White, '22; Mail-rine Slifer, '21; Nina Howard, *22; Mildred Laubenheim, '22; Madg-î Waite, '21; Ann Wheelon, '21) Edwani Hodges, '23; Forrest Varney, '24; Conrad Mage!. '23; Leonard Hill. ',21; Leonard Scott, '22; Keith Smithy 'Si;, Milton Reeves, '23; Glenn Noble, ; j Olavton Lyons, '23; Joseph Seaver^ V ! I '23; Gale Bevereombè, '23; J^lt rinpps, '21. . . ; T ^ iUMll H Report of Census Burefttt Qive» Twin.Palls Oreatest ^iter ed 12, 1921... Of a total of land irrigated in l&lji "^ ' ty had 261,622, art, the year 1909, according fco^ ÌaattAÀI ' Kk«r H» . V. •« at^M'«.^ • Jk'ii^li he^d here Saturday night, toonedftiui This in 1919 the total acreage.i ing system was 2;488^06.~ water in "that year was x«sponsi$& fog the curtailed irrigated iarea* . | I Other Ahm-j lands irrigated areft* Canyon; Cassia, 113,537;J2mpiei ing, 45,408} ¿¿mK W 55,Nez Periifti S018'; Frei^iont, 130,044:, iirtHiMiwuwiwnaMi.
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