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ONLY LIVE MORN
.' NIX AND THE
J. H: Westover
President and Editor
Printers of the Arizona
Sentinel and Yuma
ERMAN TROOPS HAV
LONDON, Oct. 28. The recent re
port from London that Turkish
.troops are being concentrated at
Burgas, Verna and other points on
the Black Sea coat of Bulgaria; is
reiterated in Athens. Reuter's cor
respondent says that the Turks are
to oppose the Russian attempts to
land troops, having replaced Bulgari
ans because it was feared the latter
could not be counted on to resist the
A- dispatch to the Exchange Tele
graph Company, says:
"Five thousand German soldiers
from Constantinople are replacing
Bulgarians at points in the Black Sea
littoral. Defense of the coast has
been entrusted to" Germany."
Henry Balsz, little brother of Joe
-Balsz, the Yuma butcher, is assisting
at the Balsz market, and will remain
here until after Chritsmas, when he
will return to his school work at Los
EiBEST THIS, YOU
OEGIPLES OF BBQZE
IF EATING MEAT PUTS KIBOSH
ON YOUR BROTHER, QUIT
If the importance of booze for per
sonal use (whatever that might be
construed to mean) would enhance
the cause of temperance and drive
out bootleggers, as some people de
clare it would, why was it that more'
illegal sales of liquor were noted in
the court records last year when the
saloons were open, than there is now?
Now, don't all speak at once. The
use of liquor "under any pretext"
whatever, encourages crime and il.
legal liquor selling and the fact can
not be disputed. The good men of
this state who still think they ought
to have alcohol can well afford to do
without it for the greatest good to the
greatest number. The scriptural in
junction is that: "If meat maketh
my brother to offend I will eat no
meat while tlje world stands."
W. D. Halliday, president of the
Yuma Supply company of the Yuma
Heights subdivision, and Mrs. L. A.
Wrigley, well known in Yuma as one
of the most efficient nurses in the
Southwest, were married at Redlands
last Ttiesday evening.
Owing to the illness of the
bride's little son at Beaumont,
California, she will not come to Yuma
at once, but Mr. Halliday is expected
home in a few days, according to the
genial manager, C. M. White, at the
mesa store today.
Mr. Halliday, like the bride, has
tried wedded bliss before, his wife
having died here .several years ago.
The Examiner heartily joins in con
gratulations to the happy couple.
ALLOQHS m PUSHES
J IHE SI6 STATE HUH
(Special to the Yuma Daily Examiner)
PHOENIX, Ariz., Oct. 28. With
the signature of Secretary Shaugn
nessy to a contract for an exhibition
of flying from O. E. Williams,
of the world's best, visitors to "the
State Fair in Phoenix, November 15
tQ 20, six great days, will have an
opportunity of comparing the new
with the old methods of air navigation
for there will be present also balloons
and parachutes from which daily ex
hibitions will be given. Williams
flies a Benoist Tractor biplane, while
Ed Unger and his company use gi
gantic gas bags.
New magazines at Storeys
ELECTION IN STATE OF
There will be general in
terest in the election in Ohio
for the reason that state
wide prohibition of the liquoi
traffic is an issue again this
year, as it was last year in
the form of a proposed con
stitutional amendment which
forbids the sale or manufac
ture for sale of any alcoholic
The wets have countered
this proposal with petitions
under the initiative and re
ferendum law by which the
people will also vote on an
other provision which would
prevent the submission of
any constitutional amend
ment more than twice in six
years. Ohio is the only state
j in the Union which will vote
this fall upon the liquor is
sue. In addition to the much
broader question of prohibi
tion, the so-called liquor li
cense decentralization law,
passed by the recent legisla
ture, will be subjected to re
ferendum. The issue con
cerns largely the method of
selection of license commis
sioners. The Sprague congressional
redistricting bill, passed by
the recent legislature, will
also be under fire by refer
endum, which was petitioned
by the Democratic state or
ganization. The redistricting
law as drawn would, it is de
clared, result in normal
years in the election of six
teen Republican congress
men and possibly six-Democratic
Democrats claim that the law
which they passed when in
power divided the districts
about evenly as between the
All cities in Ohio will se
lect mayors and other muni
cipal officers at the coming
election, but no state officers
are to be chosen this fall.
TEXAS SITUATION IS
LEFT TO GEN. FUNSTON
r WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 28.
No additional troops will be sent to
the Mexican border except upon the
recommendation of General Fuuston,
who reported that extra precautions
were being taken to guard the trains"
carrying Carranza reinforcements
from Laredo to Douglas to aid Calle?
in the defense of Agua Prieta.
The other day a man was strapped
in a chair and, his life burned out by
electricity. He had murdered one
man. The liquor traffic murders over
66,000 men every year.
STATE OF ARIZONA
Office of the
ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMIS
SION United States of America, State ot:
The Arizona Corporation Commis
Ion does hereby certify that the an
nexed is a true and complete tran
script of the
ARTICLES OF' INCORPORATION
"ANTELOPE VALLEY COMPANY"
which was filed in the- office of said
Arizona Corporation Commission on.
the 10th day of September, A. D.f 1915
at 10:00 o'clock a. m., as provided by
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, The
Arizona Corporation Commission, by
its chairman, has hereunto set its
hand and affixed its official seal. Done
at the City of Phoenix, the Capital,,
this 10th day of September, A'.D. 1915.
ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMIS
SION, F. A. JONES, Chairman.
Attest: W. N. SANGSTER, Secretary-'
Wellton, Arizona, August 30, 1915.
At a special meeting of the stock
holders Of ANTELOPE VALLEY"
COMPANY, held at the office of the
company at Wellton, Arizona, at ten
o'clock, A. M., Monday, August 30,.
1915, the following resolution was.
"BE IT RESOLVED; That Section.
1, of Article V. of the Articles of In
corporation of ANTELOPE VALLEY
COMPANY be amended so as to read
as follows, to-wit: The capital stock
made at the call of, and the amounts
of this corporation shall be $250,000.00
divided into 10,000 shares of the par
value of $25.00 each, when fully paidr
and until said shares are fully paid,,
assessments on the same shall, be-
determined by the Board of Directors."
ANTELOPE VALLEY' COMPANY,
(Corporate SealL By
WILL E. McKEE, President.
HENRY W. FRASER, Secretary.
State of Arizona, County of Yuma, ss.
Before me, ROBERT GAEL, a No
tary Public in and for the County of
Yuma, State of Arizona, on this day
personally appeared WILL E. McKEE
& H. W. FRASER known to me to be
the persons whose names are sub
scribed to the foregoing instrument.
GIVEN under my hand and seal of
office this 31st day of August A. D.
(Notarial Seal) Notary Public.
My Commission expires March S, 1919.
Filed in the office of the Arizona
Corporation Commission thia 10 day
of Sep. A. D. 1915 at 10:00 A. M., at
request, of WILL E McKEE, whose
postoffice address is Warren, Arizona.
ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMIS
SION, By F. A. JONES,
The Valley Woman's Club met at
Somerton, this afternoon.
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