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AND YUMA WEEKLY EXAMINER 4
A Live, Republican Weekly With All the News All The Time.
VOL. 41. 110. 43
YUMA, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1911
Pioneer Paper of Arizona
San Francisco Is Getting
Ready to Elect Mayor
Want to Keep
Children on Farm
20,000 Rich Acres Will Feel Life Touch
Last Sunday Deputy Sheriff Cran
kier arrested Jose Urias and Jose Sal
ts, Mexicans. The criests were ma.ie
on comniai.'a 01 ueurge .iicunuu.
who accused the men of talcing from
his premises several items belonging
to him. The men were taken in charge
and we.'e being taken to El Centro
when bv close Questioning they con
fessed. Mr. Cranmer turned them over
to the sheriff at El Centro and return
ed home Tuesday.
Dr. J. C. Hopkins has accepted a po
sition with the college of dentistry of
the University of Southern California,.
He left "Wednesday evening for Los
Angeles to take up his work.
Ed Braun has gone to Los Angeles
.o accompany Mrs. Braun home. He
expects to bo gone about two weeks.
jSrnest Stevensen, Charles Parkins,
and Allison Ketcherside came over
from Yuma Saturday evening to at
tend the party given at Mr. Hadley's-
Saturday evening, Mrs. B. O. Had-
ley assisted by Mrs. Gus Nelson and
Miss Jennie Samson entertained a
auniber of friends at her home at
S'Iev Siiing. The evening was pleas
crJy ;nt in dancing. Refresh-
tec-re served and all who were
is--?t rqjort a very good time.
.Miss r Julia Steele after an absence
of several weeks has resumed her
place at the Bard Mercantile
"t i fvvti'ed- ha school will open
C'-r-rl"?? T. Ichroeder was the lucky
bidder fcr the erection of the school
uiidig fie having been awarded the
. tu-act SaMrd'-y last by the school
trustees. -Ir. Schroeder's bid waa
$?,C9S. Others' who bid were John
Wadin, of ' Yuma, for $2,900; Ben De
Corse, Yuma, $2,944; A. H. Jones,
Lawrence Schmidt and B. O. Hadley
-?,7S, $2,990 and $3,1130, respectively.
0 he building is to be completed in
? Turner, formeriy of Beaumont.
;as, is visiting W. J. Magoou, his
old time friend.
Leslie Mattice and Spencer Buster
left Wednesday for Minnesota. Mr.
Mattice will enter the University of
Minnesota. Mr. Buster also goes east
to enter school.
"Tr. and Mrs. 3. H. Flood and two
fVldi'en returned from Los Angeles
e-aesday after spending several
"Imcr Philips left Monday for Los
"Tiss Nattc Fisher has accepted a
pooitioT as teacher at the Somerton,
J. H. Morse made a business trip
- t5 ik :-. sri iox this -wenlr.
I i:!;.;5"5 Fnc Big
Ctive Ne&r Flagstaff
Ftegrsff. Sep4. 25 While working
north, of Belmont, a few days ago, a
arty c insisting of Jas. F. Cox, Hemy
T:7lc and J. C. Thomas discovered
? " f e nearly a mile in length. From
tr-e entrance the , tunnel goes down
h, a:i angle of about 50 degrees for
about 100 feet, th"n opens into a large
tunnel about 200 yards in length; a
cave in for a distance af about 100
feet can be followed in a crouching
position. The. floor is of burned slas
or lava formation and the roof a solid
mass of malpal.
San Francisco, Sept. 25 The mayor
who will welcome the world of nations
at the opening of the Panama-Pacific
exposition in 1915, is likely to be chos -
eng at the Tuesday primaries. This
election is the first under the charter
amendment providing that any mayor
ality candidate receiving a majority at
the primaries is elected. Also the first
mayor will be chosen for four years
Heretofore the mayors have been
chosen for two years. Mayor P. H. Mc
Carthy and James Rolph, Jr., are the
two strongest contenders. McCarthy
is running on his record, claiming he
has established industrial peace
Rolph advocates public utilities, the
building of a city hall and preparation
for the exposition. Both pronounce in
favo of union labor.
WESTERN UNION TELEGRAM
San Francisco, Sept. 22.,
Yuma Daily Examiner, Yuma, Ariz.
In the city election here to-day.
Rolph,- candidate for city mayor re
ceived 48,000 votes, McCarthy, 2G,000.
It was a landslide for Rolph'.
Seem to Have Heard
That Story Before
Colfax, Sept. 25 Engine trouble
prevented Robert Fowler from cross
ing the Sierras again to-day. Ascend
ing early this morning he rose rapidly
to a height of 3,000 feet and flew 24
miles in 21 minutes. Arriving at Blue
Canyon he raised his marchine to an
elevation of 7,500 feet and started
across the 7,000 foot high pass. The eng
gine suddenly stopped, but Fowler
planed down, alighting safely in a
meadow. There werx only minor dam
ages which were quickly repaired. He
will make a new start to-morrow.
Arizona Boy Will
Construct Big Plant
Tombstone, Sept. 25 Ralph Cald
well, son of Postmaster Caldwell, of
Douglas, has left for- Tallulah Falls,
Georgia, to take a position as superin
tendent of construction of a $4,000,
000 powor plant. His friends in this
icounty are proud of Tiis success. Ho
was born in Dos Cabezas 27 years ago.
Kidnap Girl and
Wound Her Escort
New York, Sept. 25 The police are
searching lor Irene Weseley, aged 17
who was Kidnapped by four unident!
fied men e-iriy to-day as she was re
turning to I.er home with James Kern,
a neighbor, aged 18.
Kern was beaten into insensibility
with a beer bottle and is ditig at the
horpital with a fractured skull.
Wife Resents Husband's
Denver, Colo., Sept 26 Resenting a
blow from her husband, Mrs. Chas. E.
Patterson shot and killed him this aft
ernoon, after he had fired five times
at her. Their trouble began four
months after their marriage, when the
husband sued for a divorce, but later
the suit was withdrawn.
New magazines at Shorey'B.
.WEDDING INVITATIONS aDd
nouncements at the Examiner office
A fine line to select from. Prices
JOB PRINTING The Examiner has
the finest line of commercial sta
tionery and type of any offtee lu
town Give us a trial order.
New Magazines at Shorey's."
Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 26 Women
held an important part in to-day's pro
gram of the National conservation con-
1 gress jn discussion of conditions
of rural life. Plans for the organization
of community clubs, to improve the
educational and religious facilities
were put forward by the leaders of a
movement to check the tendency, of
country boys and girls to go to large
Foul Murder Done
on Wyoming Ranch
Cheyenne, Sept. 21 The bodies Of
Tom Jenkins and wife, were found
at their ranch house at Red Bank, Wy
oming to-day. Both had been shot. Mrs
Jenkins was a daughter or iormer gov
ernor Ricards, of Wyoming, and Jen
kins was the manager of the Rich
ards ranch. There is great excitement,
Phoenix? Sept 26 The Socialists of
Arizona have suggested a full state
ticket for the coming primary and
election as follows:
For Governor, P. W. Galentine, of
For secretary of state, George H
Newsholme, of Phoenix.
For state auditor, J. L. Milton, of
For state treasurer, J. D. Martin, of
For attorney general, J. N. Morrison
For superintendent of public instruc
tion, Wm. Moore Clayden, of Safforcl
For supreme court' judges, Wm.
Sherman Crowe,- of Globe, Robert L.
Morton, of Yuma and Fred G. White,
For corporation commissioners, Jno.
Kelly, of Prescott, A. Charles- Smith,
of Douglas and W. H. McCormick, of
For United States senators, E. D
Simonton, of Globe and E. Johnson, of
For representative, John Halberg,
The conference elected a committee
of seven with power to increase its
number, to finance and direct the
campaign. The respective candidates
vill circulate petitions at once.
Evans Was Chief Figure
in Cleveland Fight
Cleveland, O., Sept. 25 A general
fight followed to-day's game between
Cleveland and Philadelphia. Umpire
Evans, who was in the storm center,
smashed one fan, whom he alleged,
hurled an epithet at him as he was
going to the club house. Another fan
who was standing in the door of the
club house refused to move aside Ev
ans and he clinched, and' Evans got
the better of the argument in the me
lee that followed. Evans was spirited
away in an automobile.
Machine Caught on
Barbed Wire Fence
Jamestown, Sept 25 Mr. Rodgers
came to grief to-day when his machine
stuck a barbed wire fence and- was
wrecked. Rodgers was uninjured. Aft
er an 89 mile flight from Hornell he
was forced to stop to repair the spark
plug. He came down at Red House,
25 miles from here. After the repairs
he started to ascend, but the wind
bore his machine down and it struck
the fence. Both propellers were wreck
ed and the one wing shattered. It is
unlikely he will be able to get away to
Many a man with a red nose has
iieen -wrongfully accused.
Phoenix, Ariz., September 26 Pre
liminary arrangements have' been
made for the building of a canal on
the lower Gila river, with a heading
about seven miles above Agua Cali
ente, which will irrigate between 15,
000 and 20,000 acres of the richest
land in Arizona, lying on the .north
side of that stream. The land is lo
cated partly in Maricopa and partly in
Pima county. I
The canal is to be built by the re
cently organized Palomas Highland
.Water Users' Association.
J. E. Nelson and W. P. McNealy, of
this city are the two principal promot
ers of the project Eastern capitalists
are supplying financial backing. The
names of these capitalists have not
been made public, but they paid a visit
to Phoenix and the lower-Gila a short
It is estimated that it will cost not
less than $250,000 to carry through the
project as planned and place water
upon the vast acres of fertile soil, that
needs only water to make it as pro
ductive as any in the world.
The head of the canal is to be in
solid rock about a mile below the
South Gila head. The bed will be
from eighteen inches to two feet be-'
Five Are Drowned When Auto
Crashes Into River; 12 Hurt
Paris, Sept. 27 An auto-omnibus, a
closed vehicle, with 20 passengers in
side, crashed through the parapet of
Archeveche bridge over the Seine to
Lynching Follows Battle rn
Which Four Are Killed
Dumas Ark., Sept. 27 Breaking in-
.to the county jail and overpowering
the officers, a mob of 100 took Charles
Malpass, Sr., a white man, to the wat
er tank and lynched him. The lynch
Tfee only Baking
from Royal Grape
m light Biscuit
It Delicious Cake
I ' Dainty Pastries
1 ; Fine Puddings
H Flaky Ousts
low the bed of the river, therefore no
dam will be necessary. Only a baffle,
consisting of piles driven into the
sand in order to pile sand up in the
river bottom will be needed.
From the river the canal will ex
tend out toward the mesa and thence
westward. Along most of its length
which will be twelve miles, it will be
between five and six miles away from
the Gila. At one point it will be only
six mile3 from the Southern Pacific
It is expected that in the ordinary
course of events enough water will
flow into the river the keep the canal
running full. But the promoters of
the project are going to take no
chances of drouth. A short distance
below the head there will be a pump
ing plant, at a point where water is
only a few feet below the surface.
This pump will be capable of lift
ing 60,000 gallons of water a minute.
Whenever the water in the river fails,
the pump will be started.
Gas will be use to furnish power
for operating the pump. This gas will
be generated from crude oil piped
from Sentinel, twelve miles away In
a straight line. This pipe line is one
of the most extensive features of the
day, into the water. Five were drown
ed. The bodies were recovered,
Twelve alive, but unconscious, were
ing followed a fight yesterday at Mal
pass' home in which. Sheriff Preston
and Deputy Stiel and the two mulatto
sons of Malpass were killed. The offi
cers had gone to the Malpass home
to arrest his sons.
Cream oS Tartar