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STAG AUTO SERVICE
W. E. SNYDER, Prop.
Stand Phone 139, Residence Phone 192
PALM ROOMING HOUSE
Clean rooms Free shower bath
MRS. JOHN NEWMAN, Prop,
tf 177 N. Main St.
J. P. YEMEN, DENTIST
321 West First Street. Yuma, Ariz,
W. H. ELLIOTT
Civil Engineer and Surveyor; U. S.
Mineral Surveyor; Box 176, Yuma.
F. E. ELLIOTT
THE VALLEY STORE
Osborn implements, and pure Manila
binder twine at 20c per pound.
6ANGUINETTI, E. F.: Big Depart
ment Store for everything at whole
sale and retail; separate furniture
department; groceries, shoes and
dry gooas. Tel. 2ri.
"THE TRANSFER MAN"
Will move anything from & piano to a
cord of wood. Phone 28-J
YUMA TITLE ABSTRACT & TRUST
FIRE INSURANCE SPECIALISTS
EMIL C. EGER, JOHN DOAN,
Secretary. Title Manager.
OR. E. C. CLENDENIN
Cotter Building Second Street
T CLIFF HOUSE
Clean cots, 25c; $1.50 a week. Bag
gage stored free; free reading room
and shower bath. No. 188 Madison
Ave., one block south of the S. Jr.
depot, up the golden stairway.
PAINTING AND FINISHING
When wanting painting or finishing
done, phone 95-J, Fulwiler's Paint
Shop. Special attention given to bug
gies, automobiles and signs. Corner
Madison avenue and Second street.
No job too small and none too large.
Give me a trial. 68-tf
160 MAIN STREET
Phone 246 P.O. Box 651
F. E. ELLIOTT
The Valley Store
Gasoline, Coal Oil and all Lubricat
LAUNDRY WORK AT
P. Avila, Prop.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLAINS, SPECIFICATIONS AND ES
I .-ONE t7. YUMA, ARK.
Mir.mg location notices: A new lot
2-t printed at the Examiner office.
GENERAL CONTRACTOR; BRICK
A:D CEMENT CONSTRUCTION;
CiDEWALKS AND RETAINING
WAi-LS. P.O.BOX 573, YUMA.
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of 2Smiles to the Mission Fathers. In
1S69 the city annexed 1.20 square
miles. Since then more than 300
square miles have been added and Los
Angeles has been changed from an in
land city to a seaport through the an
nexation of a narrow strip of land
connecting the city with ' the Pacific
Ocean at San Pedro.
The lagrest single annexation of
territory was on June 14 last year,
when 169.89 square miles were added.
This territory, with an area more than
six times the size of the original city,
was annexed to provide for the dispo
sition of the surplus water from a
$25,000,000 aqueduct, completed about
a year ago.
"REMOVE SILT, OR IT
WILL MOVE IMPERIAL"
The Calexico Chronicle says:
"I wish you would make the follow
ing statement for me," said Director
C. W. Brockman, of the Imperial Irri
gation district, yesterday, in comment
ing upon the action of the mutual rep
resentatives in selecting Chester Alli
son as consulting engineer, at their
meeting in Imperial.
"When Mr. Allison went on the job
as engineer before, the Alamo canal
would carry from the river 120,000
cubic feet; and when he went off the
job it would not carry 3,500 cubic feet
without spilling over the bank.
"The Imperial Irrigation District has
done more dredging in the last sixty
days than Mr. Allison did in the last
"If Holabird had held his job six
months longer we would not have
domestic water in here today.
'When I went on the district board
I made the statement that I expected
to see clear water running down the
canals. If we do not get clear water
we will not get any.
"We must either remove the silt, or
the silt will remove us."
THE BEST LAXATIVE
To keep the bowels regular the best
laxative is outdoor exercise. Drink a
full glass of water half an hour before
breakfast and eat an abandai?cu of
fruit and vegetables, also esiubiisii a
regular habit and be sure that your
bowels move once each da. When
a medicine is needed take Chamfctr
lain's Tablets. They ara pkasant to
take and mild and gentle in efleet. Ob
(Continued from Page One)
that the impelling reason for insisting
upon Imperial valley coming to La
guna dam for its water is that abomi
nable dam at Hanlon heading, for as
long a sthat structure is placed in the
river year after year, just so long will
Yuma valley farmers be palced on the
It is now given out in Washington
that NEVER AGAIN will a dam be
permitted to be constructed across the
Colorado at that point, and that being
the case, we don't care a tinker's darn
whether Imperial valley connects with
Yuma project or not. The truth of
the matter is that we would just a lit
tle bit prefer that they paddle their
own canoe in their own waters.
(By. B. F. ,Fly)
The El Centro Progress
and the Imperial Press are
having a lot of fun with each
other regarding present con
ditions in Imperial valley, and
particularly with regard to
the present "water shortage,"
the Press claiming that the
shortage is the result of mis
management of district af
fairs this mismanagement
being attributed to incompe
tence on the part of Chief
Engineer Rockwood, aided
and abetted by a majority of
the board of directors.
The Progress, recognized
as the mouthpiece of the di
rectors and chief engineer,
charges that The Press is the
mouthpiece of those who
favor connecting Imperial
valley with the Yuma project,
thereby forever solving the
questions of a "water short
age," and at the same time
largely settle the vexatious
In the course of a lengthy tirade
against those who favor connecting
these two great irrigation systems,
The Progress of Tuesday's issue takes
occasion to mix me up with the dis
cussion by asserting that "the re
callers (meaning those who have be
gun recall proceedings against Presi
dent Hamilton and another Director)
have been employing Benjamin F. Fly
to speak. ' Fly writes all the articles
for the Yuma papers and brought
about the injunction more than any
other one man."
I make this reply to my editorial
friend of The' Progress merely in order
to see if he wants to be set exactly
right, and if so, he will at least be fair
enough to retract his unwarranted
statement. Here 'tis:
I was invited to go to Holtville last
Saturday to address a mass-meeting
on the "ater question. Our local
Mail us your orcer "I oday for
SCHILLEH'S PILSENER BELR !
Tne Best Beer Braced in America,
at the Lowest Price!
CASK 120 Small Bottles or
72 Large Bottles $7.90
(Prices do not include tarasportauDU
The Federal Court has issued Spe
cial Oraers compelling railroads c ad
E-cpress companies to deLyer io ail
AiLioua points goods ovuerea i JM
IS lor personal use.
l-.-cEH Vv'ith each Cask, one . ozen
beautiful lead-blown 9-oz. Ciystal
Order a Cask and Get Ycurs!
SCHILLER BROS., Kansas City, :.o.
water users' association also received
an invitation to send one of its mem
bers to address the same meeting, and
very appropriately sent Hon. Mulford
The expenses of the trip did not cost
a single cent to anybody in the Im
perial valley. The speeches Mr. Win
sor and I made before a highly appre
ciative and intelligent audience, did
not cost the people of Imperial valley
a single cent. No fee fcs offered; no
fee was demanded, and no fee, bonus,
gift, loan or anything would have been
accepted had it, any, or all of them
been offered. It was purely a matter
of neighborly friendship that we made
the trip at our expense, just that and
absolutely nothing else.
Neither of us had ever heard of "re
call" petitions being started, until it
was announced from the platform af
ter the speaking had concluded. No
reference was made to it in my re
marks, though I confess that in the
present light I think a good work has
been well begun, and hope to see it
carried to a successful conclusion.
When an elective body of directors
must cover their official acts with a
cloak of secrecy it is just about time
that the cloak be torn into threads
that the light of day maf shine on
every official act the directors have
imposed on their constituents.
An honest official has absolutely
nothing to fear at the hands of pub
licity. It is only those whose acts will
not stand investigation that desire
their official acts to be kept in the
If I were a citizen of Imperial val
ley, I would DEMAND that all the
records be printed. If there is any
"crooked work" going on the people
have a perfect right to know the
name of the "crook."
Keep after them, brother editor of
The' Press, and make 'em take the
people into their confidence. That's
your only salvation. If you don't show
'em up now, you may never again have
the chance. Drag them out into the
lime-light. Birds that can sing, and
won't sing, should be made to sing.
j When I am paid for mai ing a speech
jl have no hesitation whatever in ad
jmitting that fact. But don't accuse
Your grocer will re
fund the full price you
paid for M.J. B. Coffee
if it does not please
your taste, no matter
how much you have
used out of the can.
Pioneer Livery &
' AUTO SERVICE
Day 'Phone 48 Night 'Phone 10!
Long Trips Desired
O Yuma Meat Market 0
O Best Meats O
O E. and F. Hodges O
O Phone 123-W O
)ffice at Mosers' Stables 'Phone 3&-"W
Night 'Phone 75-W
When and Where They Meet
EAGLES Yuma Aerie, No. 396, r.
ternal Order of Eagles, meet ertss
Thursday night at Eagles' hall. All
visiting brothers In good standing
are cordially Invited to attend.
W. C. DOUGHERTY, W. P.
CHAS. W. THOMAS, Sec.
2WASONS Yuma Lodge, No. 17, P. .
A. M stated meetings second Thui
day at 7:30 P. M., in each month nt
Masonic HalL Special meetin
O. C. JOHNSON, W. at
CHAS. fil. SMITH, Sec.
OSD FELLOWS Anniversary Lodge
tvc. d, meets at Eagles' Hall evaij
i xiuuy night. Visiting brethren
v dially invited..
RLNRY LA BATT, N. G.
A.. E. McBEATH, Sec.
ELKS Benevolent and Protective Or
tier of Elks, Yuma Lodge, No. 47t
meetB every Wednesday at th-4
Eiks' hall at 8p. m. Visiting brotfc
ers cordially invited.
F. S. MING, E. R.
J. C. STILLSOxN, fesec
XNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Yum
Lodge No. 1806 meets first Rnd thfr
Wednesdays of each month at 8 p.r.
A. L. VERUGO, Grand Knigh;
I. L. MOLINA, Rec. Sec'y.
O. C. JOHNSON
Motor and Horse-drawn