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This is one of the new
military ideas in sport suits.
There are many others here,
patch pockets, welts all
around; yokes, plaits; and
every one all-wool. Hart
Schaffner & Marx best skill
has gone into them.
Copyright Hurt CchaCcr lit:;.'
A serious business fact
That every Hart Schaffner & Marx suit wej
own is actually worth more than its price and
will be worth a great deal more still: three
months from now, doesn't make us any less
keen to sell them to you today.
This business has grown up on the basis that
giving the extra value to our customers is the
real way to get the extra value for ourselves.
The effect of war on the world's woolen mar
ket makes today's values here far and away the
greatest we have ever known.
Come and see
Suits $20, $22.50, $25, and up to $50.
The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
and Styleplus clothes $17 & $21.
. United; States Depository
Cor. Secondhand Main Sts
4 per cent paid.: on Sav
Best Service on Check
I am able to give you the famous
Insurance Service" of the "TWC
HARTFORDS." When Cotton burns
it burns like Holy Blazes.
See Me Before Insuring. v
During the Fair
The Elks Lodge
Will Give an Open House
known as the
in honor of Gov. Campbell and
The Elks are making elaborate
preparations for the enter
tainment of the Public.
FOR CHINESE LABOR.
MANILA, Oct. 31. Whether Chi
nese labor shall be imported to the
Philippines to till the thousands of
acres of farm land which now lie idle
is the most important question which
is expected to be fought out in the
present session of the Philippine con
gress. Chinese imigration is now lim
ited by the exclusion acts of the Uni
ted States and any attempt to import
Chinese in large numbers must have
the consent of the administration at
Washington before becoming effec
Emil C. Eger
"Fire insurance Specialist."
8 Money to Loan 8
We call .for your clothes
and return them spotless.
Maiden Lane, Near Third St.
McCutcheon and Baily
YUMA - ARIZONA-
COLD STORAGE MEATS
Just the Thing .for. a
F. & E. Hodges.
500 lbs books $3.75".
1,000 lbs books $7.50
Buy books and save money.
YUMA ICE COMPANY.
O. C. JOHNSON,
Best Equipped Shop in the City
In the Superior Court of Yuma
County, State of Arizona.
F. & E. Hodges, co-partners, Plain
tiff, vs. Walter Mackowiak, Defend
ant. ant. Action brought in the Superior
Court of Yuma County, State of Ari
zona, and the complaint filed in said
County of Yuma, in the office of the
Clerk of the Superior Court.
In the name of State of Arizona,
to Walter Mackowiak, defendant,
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to appear in an action brought
against you by the above named plain
tiffs in the Superior Court of Yuma
County, State of Arizona, and ans
wer the Complaint therein filed with
the Clerk of this said Court, at Yuma,
in said County, within twenty days af
ter the service upon you of this sum
mons, if served in this said County, or
in all other cases within thirty days
thereafter, the times above mentioned
being exclusive of the day of service,
or judgment by default will be taken
Given under my hand and the seal
of the Superior Court of .Yuma Coun
ty, State of Arizona, this 18th day of
(Seal) H. B. FARMER,
Clerk of said Superior Court.
Sentinel 4 w. First Pub Oct. 25.
Last Pub. Nov. 15.
N. S. PARKS.
Plmbing and Tin Shop.
356 Second Ave., Phone 171.
Phone 145-J. 416 Second Street
Wholesale and Retail.
Fresh and Smoked Meats.
J. M. BALSZ, Prop.
248 Main St.
Shapely and Pretty.
The famous diving beauties. Beauti
ful mermaids who delighted the
crowds at the coast this past season
will perform daily, every act a thrill.
See Them at the Fair.
First time in the west. The rush
and roar of over a dozen high power
ed record breaking, space annihilating,
speed demons, will strive to reduce
world auto performances. Over $160,
000 represented in cost of cars that
will race for public entertainment.
Midway, Pike, Zone,
and all big carnival entertainments
and diversions will provide joy for
young and old at the big State Fair,
November 12 to 17.
Mining, agricultural and diversified
exhibits will be larger than ever at the
State Fair this year.
After All Records.
Thousands of spectators this year
will witness the fastest race horses
in the country in record breaking
dashes for distances. Everybody loves
good racing and fine race horses. The
Fair this year will have the best in
Rich and Racy.
Frm the nation's greatest and fast
est tracks, trotting, pacing and run
ning horses, will strive to capture the
largest purses ever put up in the
state: purses equal and surpassing
that of the leading eastern and coast
state fairs. Lovers- of fast events and
fine horses will have an opportunity
to see the world's best in morseflesh.
Cowgirls and Boys.
Every cowboy and cowman in the
west is interested in the remarkable
program, purses and entries, to be
featured at the State Fair this year.
The. most exciting of cowboy sports
will claim the attention of the crowds
who will flock to see Arizona's Great
Hop To It "Bill."
"Wild Bill" Endicott with his 300
horsepower Blitzen Benz No. 2, the
carnvith the world's record of 25 1-5
seconds for a mile, is going to reduce
the record. Come and see the tracw
spin around "Bill." Fifteen other
high-powered machines will endeavor
to beat him to it.
OH! You Auto Polo!
People who have once seen the ex
citing auto polo never cease speaking
of the thrills and amusement this re
markable auto diversion presents.
Auto polo on a bigger scale than ever
will be a feature attraction of the
Big State Fair, November 12 to 17.
All Features Worth While.
The amusement end of the big State
Fair will be more than especially at
tractive this year. The management
is sparing no efforts in getting the
biggest attractions billed here, and
the visitors will be more than pleased.
ORDINANCE NO. 26. CURFEW OR
THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF 'YUMA. DO ORDAIN AS
Sec. 1. It shall be unlawful for any
child or children under the age of
seventeen years to be in the Streets or
public places within the corporate lim
its of the town of Yuma, after the
hour of eight thirty P. M. (8:30 P. M.)
in any day- unless accompanied by a
person of lawful age.
Sec. 2. All parents, guardians or
any other persons having charge or
under whose care children are, who
shall permit any child or children,
under the age of seventeen years to
be abroad upon any public place with
in the limits of the city of Yuma, in
any day after the hour of eight thirty
P. m. (8:30 P. m.) shall be guilty of
a misdemeanor and upon conviction
thereof be fined in any sum not less
than Five, nor more than Twenty Dol
lars, and be imprisoned in the town or
county jail not exceeding five days or
Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of the
Chief of Police to apprehend every
child under the age of seventeen years
when found upon any public street or
public place unlawfully as enacted in
Sec. 1, hereof and return said child
to its parents or guardian, or other
person lawfully in charge or care of
said child. The Chief of Police shall
by inquiry of said child, or other per
son learn the name of the Parent,
Guarian or other persons lawfully in
charge or care of said child and report
the same to the City Attorney, who
shall proceed according to Law
against said parties.
Project Manager Schlecht is natur
ally very proud of the splendid show
ing his force made last week in the
matter of subscriptions to the liberty
bonds, the 65 regular employes hav
ing subscribed for .$8500 worth of
bonds of this last issue, to say noth
ing of what they subscribed to the
first issue. The total is considerably
higher per man than among any other
class of subscribers, even over-top
ping the splendid showing of the 35th
Infantry boys stationed in Yuma. All
of which goes to show that Mr.
Schlecht' force is loyal to the core.
SHORT STAPLE COTTON
TAKES A TUMBLE
Early this week short staple cotton
dropped two cents per pound from
the high mark of the previous week,
but even at the prevailing price of
about 25 cents per pound means up
wards of $100 per acre, for there is
hardly a short staple field in the pro
ject that will not go a bale per acre
EGYPTIAN COTTON .
SHOWS UP WELL
Picking of the Egyptian long staple
cotton is now in full swing and those
who have pinned their faith in that
class of cotton are being amply re
warded for their faith, for the fields
are averaging almost as much as
short staple, while the price is al
most three times better.
That the Egyptian cotton culture
on Yuma Project is but in its experi
mental stage all must admit, and that
the crop is as good as it is but proves
that Yuma Project lands are especial
ly adapted to Egyptian cotton, which
will be amply demonstrated next year
and ever after. Some of the fields go
considerably over a bale per acre.
WEATHER DATA FOR WEEK
ENDING OCTOBER 28, 1917.
Mean temperature 73 deg.
Normal temperature 69 deg.
Maximum temperature 96 deg.
Minimum temperature 50 deg.
Mean Rel. Humidity 43.
Rain this month trace.
Rain this year 2.22 inches.
Normal rain for October .19 inches.
Normal rain for year 3.10 inches.
Temperature departures: Since first
of month, plus 130; since first ol
year, minus 104.
Departures in Precipitation: Since
first of month, minus .19; since first
of year, minus .10.
Today Douglas Fairbanks in "In
Again Out Again," an Aircraft pro
duction; also Alice Howell in "Auto
maniacs," two reel comedy.
Friday Dorothy" Dalton in "The
Ten of Diamonds," a special feature,
good as "The Flame of the Yukon."
Saturday Taylor Holmes in "Fools
for Luck," a five reel comedy drama;
"A Prairie Chicken," a two reel dra
ma; also Hearst Pathe News.
Sunday June Caprice in "Every
Girl's Dream," a Fix drama; also "A
Domestic Hound," a two reel Fox
Monday A special feature.
Tuesday Marie Doro in "Castles
for Two," a Paramount drama; also a
tAvo reel comedy.
Wednesday Bessie Love in "The
Little Reformer," a drama; also Epi
sode No. 2, of "The Fighting Trail."
Monday and Tuesday Harold Bell
Wright's great novel, "The Ekes of
the World," produced by Clune with a
special orchestra. Prices 25c and 35c.
THE COLLEGE MINER.
TUCSON, Oct. 31. The college edu
cated prospector is getting more and
more numerous in the west. The Uni
versity of Arizona, on the same line
as one or two other western schools
with mining courses is offering spe
cial classes for miners and prospec
tors this year, and so far they have
proven a great success, university of
ficials say. The courses commenced
October 15 and are to run ten weeks.
Mineralogy, petrology, geology of
ore deposits, field geology, assaking
and surveying are among the courses
offered. Blowpipe tests for the more
important and not always well-known
phases of a prospector's work are be
ing taught. The course is intended
for mature students and entrance re
quirements are of the mildest.
NORWAY'S GREAT LOSS.
CHRISTIANIA, Oct. 31 Norway's
mercantile fleet increased during Sep
tember by 12,000 tons but vessels lost
represented 34,000 tons. The total
Norwegian fleet now comprises 3265
vessels, aggregating 2,126,000 tons.
Final receipt. James T. Alexander
from the U. S. Land Office, that the
final proof on his homestead has been
received and that it is sufficient.
CHICKENS RUNNING AT LARGE
Unlimited Range Is Nuisance When
Fowls Are Given Privilege of
Stables, Sheds, Etc.
Unlimited range has its advantages,
out if unlimited range means that the
fowls have the privileges of the sta
bles, wagon sheds and roosting on the
wheels and machinery, then the un
limited range is a nuisance. To give
Feeding Unconfined Flock.
poultry plenty of room does not imply
that the fowls should go where they
please. A hen has no place in a sta
ble any more than a cow has the right
in a poultry house. Little by little
the droppings accumulate during the
season until everything is too filthy to
handle, and the work of cleaning will
be more than the real value of the
fowls. Keep poultry away from oth
GUINEAS AS SUMMER LAYERS
Egg Is About Two-Thirds as Large as
That of Chicken Has Decided
ly Better Flavor.
There are two different breeds of
guineas, the white and the pearl. Both
breeds are excellent summer layers,
and the eggs are of superior quality.
The guinea egg is about two-thirds as
large as the hen egg, and has a de
cidedly better flavor. The guinea hen
begins to lay as soon as the weather
gets warm in the spring. If they are
well fed during the winter they will
begin to lay earlier than If they are
only half fed through the winter.
If there are as many male birds in
the flock as there are hens they will
mate off in pairs, but if only a few
male birds are kept several hens will
mate with one male and all or near
ly all of them will lay in the same
nest. Most guinea raisers recommend
keeping one male bird for every five
hens; we kept only two male birds
with 20 hens last year and the
eggs hatched as well as they did when
we kept more males. The fewer
male birds that are kept in the flock,
the. less quarrelsome they are.
HEN IS THE BIGGEST EATER
Fowl Turns Out More Food, Accord
ing to Weight, Than Best Dairy
Cow Marvel of Efficiency.
The hen is the biggest eater of all
domestic animals. A three and one-
half pound hen, according to Doctor
Rice of Cornell, Till eat 110 pounds of
food in a year. She will lay 30 pounds
of eggs, or perhaps more. Eggs are
highly concentrated food, and the hen
that transforms a hundred pounds of
bran, grass, grain and gravel, and
other -scraps into one-third their weight
of fresh eggs, is a marvel of efficiency.
The hen therefore turns out more food,
according to her weight, than the best
TO BREAK HENS FROM SITTING
Walt Until She Gets Well Settled
Then Place Her in Open Coop
Soon Forgets Desire.
To break a hen from sitting let her
sit a day or two until she gets well
settled, then put her, preferably with
two or more other hens, into an open
coop in full view of the poultry yard,
where she can see her free sisters
scratching around enjoying themselves.
Hens are jealous creatures and a sit
ting hen placed in such a position and
well fed, soon forgets her desire to sit,
and when given her freedom on tha
morning of the fourth or fifth day she
wiii nappuy resume the duties of hen,