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Always ON TIME With Service and -RIGHT SCHEDULE
Of Prices At The
ICE CREAM AND SODAS
Largest Drug Stock In Yuma
Wear Good Shoes
Step lively, move swiftly, feel "bully,"
go far, no fatigue
Some people' save-: a few cents on the price of
their shoes and spend a dollar on their corns, their
chafes or their aches.
it's all in the shoe---in the buying in .the dealer
who sells them.
TRY US, TRY OUR SHOES-YOU'LL COME AGAIN
A. L. VERDUGO, Manager
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 12. The In
ternational Association of Longshore
men today appropriated ?1,000 for the
defense, of Matthew A. Schmidt and
David Caplan, who are charged with
murder, in connection with the dyna
miting of the Times fivo years ago..
THE WEATHER REPORT
At 5 p. m., Thursday, Nov.' 11, '15,
the temperature stood at 61 degrees,
with a relative humidity of 22 per
FLOCK 10 CJU
NOGALES, Nov. 12. General Obre
gon and staff are reported as being
here for the express of negotiating
with the Villa authorities for the
transfer of their allegiance to the
Carranza standard. '
" "The Queen of Yuma Project," and
the grand ball at the Yuma, theatre
on Saturday evening.
Rev. A, B. Tomlinson, pastor of the
Valley Baptist church, is home and
will preach at his church next Sunday
November 14. This telephone mes
sage came to the Examiner from the
"The Queen of Yuma Project," and
the grand ball at the Yuma theatre
on Saturday evening.
0,000 MEN ON STRIKE AND
ABSOLUTELY NO DISORDER
PHOENIX, Nov. 12. (2 n.
m.) Governor Hunt has is
sued an order withdrawing
the Indian National Guard
company, F, from the C'ifton
Morenci mining district,
which leaves only Company
L, of Yuma, in command of
Lieut. Col. Harry Donkersley
to guard property valued at
many millions, in conjunction
with the sheriffs force.
Ten thousand men are on
strike, and the confidence of
the governor in the ability of
a small number of armed men
to maintain. order speaks vol
umes for the good behavior of
fhp men nnw nn Qtrilrp uhirh
.. , ..
are 50 per cent Mexicans, 20
per cent other foreigners, and .
30 per cent Americans.
It is not improbable that an
early settlement of the big
strike, is imnsnHtna
lt is causing wide comment"
that with so large a body oF
idle men that very little dis
order is seen. This is ascribedl
to the absence of saloons in
the mining camps since Ari
zona went dry. v ,
NEWSY SCHOOL NOTES FROM
HUSTLING BARD NEIGHBORHOOD
Last year the School Directors de
cided .that the Primary grades werb
not properly housed. Accordingly
plans wer made to build another room
to the, main building. At a cost, of
$1,800 thep lans were carried out and
we now have three good, school rooms.
Two additional small rooms were pro
vided for library and office. A sliding
door makes it possible to have the two
largest school rooms turned into one
thus making one large assembly room.
Visitors have been numerous ao far
this year and they seem to be well
pleased with the change.
As fai &s numerical strength goes
Bard now has a full fledged high
school. It has not seemed possible
to offer more than two year's work
as yet. The course includes English,
English Literature, German, Algebra,
Commercial Arithmetic, Bookkeeping,
Typewriting, Physics, Physical Geo
graphy, Freehand Drawing, Mechani
cal Drawing, Home Economy and Gen
The Bard School opened the football
season with a game at Yuma High
School grounds trying strength and
skill with the second team of the Yu
ma High. It was defeated, but our
manager, Wm. Lambert, thinks thai,
everything considered our team did
woll. The team is light-weight but
has speed which showed up in Hack
ling. Yuma made two touchdowns be
cause Bard fumbled the ball and was
unable to Interfere with the forward
passes. During the laBt quarter of the
game our boys made gains in bucking
the line but did not succeed in reach
ing the goal line. The players were
D. Speith, r.h., F. Martin, f.e. E. Ar
nett, 1. h Wm. Lambert, i., A.' Miller,
c, S. Day, r.g., Wm. Martin, l.g., H.
Whitmore, r.t., A. Treadue, l.t... J. Mil.
ler, r.e., E. Steitet, i.e.
With the new giant stride on the
playground the boys and girls are able
to indulge in a passion for flying.
Plans are made to lay out a diamond.
The Southern .-California Teachers"
Convention will begin Monday, Nov.
ana last a run week. Over 6,000
teachers will visit San Diego during:
this week to enjoy the intellectual
feast arranged by committees that
have the talent of the world to select,
from. The Bard teachers' are plan
ning to attend. School will open again
Monday, Nov. 16.
W. PEABuOY, he
TO MILLION, SUICIDES
CHICAGO, Nov. 12. Warren Pea
body, aged 21, who recently inherited
a million from the estate of his father,
drank poison last night and died. His
friends are at a loss to account for his
Young Warren recently graduated
from the Johns Hopkins University
and spent lavishly for the equipment
of scientific research expeditions. He
was engaged to marry Louise Ander.
son,. daughter of T. Carey Anderson,
of Memphis, on November 16. She
was prostrated when notified of the
Asparagus culture and garbauzo
culture In Arizona are ably treated In
pamphlets just Issued by the Arizona
Agricultural Experiment Station, i ou
can get a copy of either at the Exami-'
ner office. ,