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ROOSEVELT IS. COMING!
ARIZONA SENTINEL
AND YUMA WEEKLY EXAMINER
A Live, Republican Weekly With All the News All The Time.
PROGRESSIVE REPUBLICAN IN
Governor Hunt Says
THOUSANDS GIVE OVATION 10
COLONEL ROOSEVELT AT SEATTLE
SEATTLE, Sept 10. Col. Theodore
Roosevelt was greeted by a large
crowd when he left his train at the
Union station shortly after 9 o'clock
this morning. He was met by a tre
mendus reception committee and the
delegates to the progressive state con
vention and a procession was formed
wjbich escorted the former president
and his party to Dreamland dancing
hall.
There Colonel Roosevelt made a
speech, while the delegates to the
state- convention proceeded to the
srmory to ratify the nominations made
by Saturday's primaries.
Colonel - Roosevelt was scheduled
to address the convention this after
noon before departing for Tacoma at
3:45.
.Colonel Roosevelt received a tre
mendous ovation upon his arrival.
Thousands of people struggled at the
station for a chance to get a glimpse
of-him. He entered an automobile
that -led a long procession to Dream
land pavilion. Prominent in the pa
rade was the Bull Moose banner from
Spokane, with "Thou Shalt Not Steal"
on It.
When Colonel Roosevelt arrived at
Dreamland the hall was crowded to
suffocation. Sheriff Robert T. Hodge,
Introduced Colonel Roosevelt, who
was greeted with a roar that shook
the building. He seemed in exuber
ant spirits over his enthusiastic re
ception. Facing Great Crisis
"'We are facing the greatest crisis
since the days of Lincoln," said
Colonel Roosevelt in his address here
today.
" "I ask ex-democrats and ex-repub-Ijcans
alike to leave the old .parties,
both of them boss-ridden and privilege
controlled, and come with us, for we
stand for the eternal principles of
righteousness."
Colonel Roosevelt said he was mov
ed deeply by his reception in Seattle.
The demonstration led him to lay aside
he concrete issues of the campaign
when he began his address and to de
liver Instead what he calls one of his
"lay sermons."
"I ask you to support us,' he said,
"in the name of morality, of honesty,
6
SON
IN
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Sept. 11. The
state convention of the progressive
party opened here today with Govern
or Hiram Johnson, the vice presiden
tial nominee on the progressive tick
et, the guest of honor. The decision
as to whether there will be a state
ticket in the field for the November
election is one of the main questions
to be decided at this convention.
ME
IS
NOT WORRYING HI
WASHINGTON, Sept. 10. Undeter
red by the Mexican situation, Secre
tary of War Stimson today telegraph
ed General Wood that he is leaving
the Yosemite National Park, for the
mountain fastnesses of California for
a stay of three weeks.
POLICIES. VOL. XLII. No. 43.
of disinterestedness, I ask yo uto sup
port us in the name of religion in
the deepest and broadest sense.
"We have declared, and we are the
first party to declare, that the govern
ment shall hereafter represent the av
erage man and the average woman.
We have declared that politics shall
be put at the service of economics
and economics shot through with
morality.'
Colonel Roosevelt replied to the old
charge that he was seeking to end rep
resentative government and assailed
the democratic party for its position
in regard to the doctrine of states'
rights.
"The democratic party," he said,
"looks back to the dead, exploded the
ory that the problems which affect
all of us can be controlled by the
44 states of the nation, by states'
rights. There is pnly one entity which
is able to control the big corporations
and that is Uncle Sam."
Declaring for the abolition of child
labor, Colonel Roosevelt continued:
"Here again comes in the utter
Bourbonism of states' rights. We
hope that the state themselves will
prevent child labor, but if they do not,
we declare that the child is the great
est asset of the nation, and that the
nation itself shall protect them.
"In our platform there is not any
promise that we can't keep. Mr.
Wilson has stated that his plaform
is not a program. If it is not a pro
gram, it is a lying promise."
Colonel Roosevelt said that the Pan
ama Canal should not have been built
"unless we had had the forethought
to fortify it"
"I believe in peace," he continued
"but I don't want peace just because
others don't think it worth while to
kick us, but because they realize that
while we will do injustice to no one.
we will suffer injustice from no one.
I passed through a good many years
in the cow country, where it used to be
said that you probably wouldn't need
a gun at all, but if you did need onr
you would need it dreadfully sudden.'
After finishing bis speech Colone
Roosevelt went to his hotel to lunch
eon before addressing the Progressive
state convention at the State
Armory.
THE
I WILMINGTON, Del., Sept. 11. The
Progressive party is holding a state
convention here today to nominate ?
presidential electors for Roosevelt
and candidates for all elective statt
offices.
QUARANTINE AGAINST
CALIFORNIA 15 LIFTED
Dr. E. B. Ketcherside, local repre
sentative of the State Board of Health
has been directed to discontinue in
spection of trains for children suspect
led of being infected with infantile
paralysis. He is informed that the epi
Idemic on the coast has so much abat
ed that the schools are opened and the
i children allowed to congregate on the
! beaches and playgrounds as before, the
I scare.
YUMA, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1912.
He Is Opposed to the Invasion
a
ER AND
INSUFFICIENT
Governor George W. P. Hunt arriv
ed in Tucson Tuesday morning from
Phoenix and declared himself opposed
to intervention by the United States
in Mexican affairs.
"The situation is grave, as all of
us know," said Governor Hunt, "but I
see no reason why onr great and
strong nation should invade Mexico
during its trials and while it is in
the throes of agony.
We should aid all we can in the
pacification of the country, but not
by sending an army across the bor
der, t which act would be remembered
with hostility for years to come.
"It is true that American lives
have been taken and American proper
ty destroyed, but sa far as I can learn,
the strife is principally confined to the
northern border, and because a frac
tional part of the republic is in rebel
lion is no reason, as I see it at this
I WELCOME IS
GIVEN COL ROOSEVELT
PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 31. An
open air meeting in the plaza in fAmt
o fthe court house is the principal
feature in connection with the visit
of Colonel Roosevelt here today. The
ex-president arrived in the c:ty at
seven this morning and was escorted
directly t the hotel. His schedule will
allow him to remain in Portland and
vicinity for thirteen hors. but daring
that time a trip to Salem and a run
to Vancouver must be slipped in. At
Vancouver Mr. Roosevelt ,v ill r.ddress
the Clark county fair.
TDECi
BY SUPREME COURT
In a decision recently rendered the
United States Supreme Court upholds j
that feature of the employers' liability
act which prevents an otunloyea from"
waiving his rights in order to obtain
employment from, a railroad by sign
ing a contract for benefits in a com
pany's "voluntary relief association.'
It cannot in the future be held as a
defense for the railroad and a pre-j
vention from the recovery of damages
in case of negligence.
COLORADO HAS FIRST
STATE-WIDE
DENVER, Colo., Sept. 10. Colorado
voters are today balloting in their first
state-wide primary to nominate presi-(
dential electors, senator, congressmen
and complete state and county tickets.
The contest is largely between the or
ganization and progressive factions of
both the democratic and republican
parties. ,
The national progressive supporters
have been urged not to participate
in today's balloting. No one has ven
tured -a forecast and it will probably
be late tonight before the definite re
sults are known.
Get New Magazines at Shorey's.
DESTRUCTION IS
CAUSE." HE SAYS
time, for the United States to invade
the republic. That American blood
has been spilled is deeply regretted
by us all, but such could not be pre
vented. Regarding the destruction of
American property, it all must be and
will be paid for by the Mexican gov
ernment when peace again comes to
the land.
No Intervention
"The New York Times yesterday
wired me for an expression regarding
intervention. I replied as I have to
you, that I am not in favor of our
people making war or medling, with
arms in our hands, in the trouble.
Hopes "Fever" Will Pass
"The question of intervention has
become an acute one during the past
three days, but I hope the fever will
pass and that the people of the United
States will not do something that will
bring regret, trpuble and great cost.'
CLAIMS LANDLADY'S
DAUGHTER LOVED
KANSAS CITY,, Sept. 10. A young
iron moulder appeared here today
charged with fighting, with the woman
who kept the boarding house in which
he lived. In making his defense the
young man claimed that every place
he stayed the landlady's daughters in
variably fell in love with him.
"We'll protect you from the women,"
said t Judge Carlisle. "I don't think
they will follow you to the workhouse,
and that's where you're going to stay
for the next hundred days."
CHILD SCALDED IN
TUB BOILING WATER
DOUGLAS, Sept. 10. George Lee
Bowman, a negro, aged 1 year and 11
months, died yesterday at the home
of his parents, 640 Thirteenth street,
from the effect of scald wounds receiv
ed when he tumbled into a tub of
boiling water almost a week ago. The
child was playing about the kitchen,
the mother was preparing to do some
washing. The tub, which was more
than half full of water boiling hot and
impregnated with lye, was standing on
the floor. ..he child stumbled and
fell headlong into the mixture, being
horribly burned.
SPINELESS CACTUS IS
FINE DIETJOR CATTLE
SANTA ROSA, Cal., Sept. 10 Two
cows which were put on a rigid diet
of spineless cactus on a ranch a week
ago with the object of exhibiting them
at the state fair, are attracting great
interest among local dairymen.
The third day their milk output in
creased five pounds, the fourth day
seven pounds and the fifth day nine
pounds. Hogs which were fed the
same diet are also thriving.
The Examiner Office for Job Work
of Neatness and Quality.
A LIGHT VOTE POLLED
AT PRIMARY ELE
At the county primary election yes
terday 190 votes were polled in four
precincts out of 600 registered. The
only contests were for democratic pre
cinct committeemen and presidential
electors consequently the effort to
get out voters was for the democratic
candidates for these offices. All can
didates on the democratic ticket re
ceived some votes. In precinct No. 1,
the highest received 9. All the. demo
cratic vote of No. 1 went to Hayden,
democratic candidate for Congress,
and he received 15 votes to IS for
Fisher the Bull Moose candidate for
Jongress.
The democrats 'rustled up 96 votes
in Yuma No. 1, Yuma No. 2, Crane
No. 3, and Somerton No. 4. The Re
publicans received 12, the Socialists
19 and the Bull Moose 63.
It will be seen that the Taft vote
has fallen below the Socialist vote
and the real contenders for honors on
November 5 will -be the Bull -Moose
and the Democrats.
Numbers of progressives voted the
Jemocratic ticket yesterday, being
IT
TO ENTER ARIZONA
At the request of the State Depart
ment at Washington, Governor Hunt
has granted permission for -the Mex
ican troops to use Arizona territory
for the purpose of going to the rescue
of towns in Sonora' which are har
rassed by rebels.
The question of permitting Mexican
federal troops to cross a part of the
state of Arizona, eng route to towns in
Sonora, was first taken up with Gov
ernor Hunt several days ago, when a
wire was received from the office of
Secretary "of State Knox, asking that
permission for the transportation of
troops over Arizona be granted. The
purpose of this request, as stated in
the wire received by Governor Hunt
was to afford protection to Americans
and American interests in Snora.
F
TO
BE PROTECTED NOW
MEXIC OCITY, Sept. 10. Govern-
ment officials continued to regard as
absurd the reports that the United
States is seriously considering inter-J
vention in Mexico.
It was declared at the national pal-
ace today that conditions are growing
better instead of worse and it is but
a short time before peace is restored.
Every effort will be made it was an
nounced, to protect foreigners and also
their property.
OVERLAND TRIP BY
WAGON TO SAN DIEGO
A party of emigrants numbering
eight, traveling from 'Phoenix to San
Diego by wagon arrived in Yuma yes-;
terday and are camped in Black's cor-,
ral. They intend to rest their stock
for a couple of days before continuing
their journey.
ARIZONA SENTINEL FOUNDED IN 1872
of Mexico
friendly 'to Hayden who are avowed
Roosevelt men and will vote for Roose
velt electors in November. It'is con
ceded that Roosevelt will carry Yuma
county by a safe margin. .
The vote was as follows:
Yuma precinct, . No. 1
Bull Moose .-.22
Democratic 15
Republicans 2
Socialists .'. 1.
Yuma Precinct No. 2 ' , K
Democratic . -v.55
Bull Moose ...35
Socialist '. 10
Republican . .". ' 2
Crane Precinct No. 3
Democratic v..i6
Bull Moose 9
Socialist 6 -
Republican '. 2
Somerton Precinct? No. 4
Democratic 1.10
Bull Moose 7
Republican 2
Socialist 2
The other Yuma County precincts
have not yet been heard from.
29 DELEGATES TO
WASHINGTON, D. C., Sept 11.
(Special Correspondence to, the Yuma.
Daily Examiner). 'The State of Ari
zona -is to send twenty-nine delegates
to the Fifteenth International Con
gress on Hygiene and Demography,
which meets in Washington under the
auspices of the United States Govern
ment, September 23-25.
Governor Hunt has just forwarded
to the officers here the names of the
delegates, which includes the name of
Dr. Henri Ap John, . appointee from
Yuma.
The cities of Bisbee, Clifton and
Yuma have named delegates to repre
sent them. The State delegation is
one of the largest to be appointed by
any governor, and all the members
are expected to attend.
The congress will be attended by
the leaders in matters of hygiene and
public health the world over. Thir'v
two foreign .nations will be represent
ed, every state in the Union, all the
territories except Alaska, numerous
(colleges and universities in this and
foreign countries and 250 American
cities have named delegates, securing
the congress of being the greatest
gathering in the interest of the health
of the world ever held.
TAFT PLEASED WITH
RESULT IN MAINE
President Taft says he is pleased
with the result in Maine. Bull Moos
ers are in control of the Republican
party of Maine just as in California,
and it is now in order for the pres
ident to announce that he is pleased
with the California result
In each case the Taft republicans
were outnumbered and hopelessly de-
feated.
It is wonderful how easily
Taft is pleased.
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