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AND YUMA WEEKLY EXAMINER A Live, Republican Weekly With All the News All The Time. VOL-t NO. .53' YUMA, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1911 Pioneer Paper of Arizona Bard News o Messrs. H. J. Green,A. M. Wilson and C. C. Clark, composing the com mittee named by the Growers' Asso ciation to confer with Assistant Secre tary of the Interitor, Samuel Adams, and Director Newell, of the Reclama tion service, report a very .encourag ing interview held with the offi cials with regard to the postponement of water payments due December 1. It is evident from the information gathered that relief of some kind will be afforded the settlers. Both Mr. Ad ams and Mr. Newell appeared very much interested in the work going on here and we feel positive that a re port favorable to the petitioners will be made by them to headquarters. The average daily attendance at the Bard school . steadily increases, and has now reached about fifty-three. At the . completion of the new and com modious school building a strong ef fort will be made by the teachers and the local board of trustees to enroll as many pupils as possible and main tain a high average attendance in or der to secure for this school the lar& est allowance of funds possible to operate the school. Parents having cildren of school age should see to it that their children attend school reg ularly. A good school is a vluable asset to a community and it is in the power of eveery one to help towards build ing our school to a high standard. o J. W. Moulton received a telegram Saturday last, informing him of the sudden death of his father at Jamaica Plains Mass. Mr. Moulton, Sr., was 68 years of age, at the time, of his death and was on his way here to pay an extended visit to his son. o The Hallowe'en Social given at E. J. Mayo's residence Tuesday evening under the auspices of the Epworth League was a decided success. Games appropriate to the day were played, refreshments, consisting of pumpkin pies, hot chocolate and home made candies were served, and all present report a very good time. A. Tittsing, who has been employed in Los Angeles as electrician, the past few months has returned home here. Mr. Titsink is looking fine and ex pressed himself as entirely pleased with the looks of the valley. o Mrs. J. H. Grosh, of Welsh, Louisia na, has come to spend some time with her brotheer and family, Mr. W. C. Haughtelin. Miss Bonnie Fisher has accepted a position as teacher at Benita, Arizona, and left Sunday to take up her duties, o Mrs. Robt. Pirtle left Friday for Los Angeles, where she will visit friend sand relatives. Mrs. R. H. DeLap has returned home after spending several months visit ing relatives in the east. Miss Whitney, of Los Angeles, is j visiting at the home of her brother, Joseph. n Virgil Sams has been spending some time with his family here. -o Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Biggs have both been laid up sick this week, but the last report said they were doing better. Mr. and Mrs. Ray O. Pyle celebrat ed their first wedding anniversary Wednesday, November 1st, by enter taining at dinner 'a few of their neigh bors and friends. A very delightful time was spent by all. Mr. and Mrs. Pyle were the recipients of many good wishes. o New magazines at snorey'a. fowler Leaves Tucson On Eastern Trip oi Tucson, Nov. 2 With a swift run ning start along the hard earth of the speedway north of the University of Arizona, Aviator Robert G. Fowler and his Model B, Wright biplane rose into the air at 2:15 this afternoon, and resumed his long journey by air from the Tacific to the Atlantic coast, with New York as the objective point. Fowler was to have made his start at 5:00 'o'clock this morning, but in drawing his aeroplane from the Uni versity Campus to ihe speedway where he had chosen to start hte flight, a part of the machine was sprung and a delay for repairs was necessary. His mechanicians finally got the machine into condition about 1:30 and from then until 2:00 o'cloeii Fowler personally tested- every por tion of the aeroplane examining the new engine which he secured in Yu ma with especial solicitude. Then at 2:15 he kissed his mother, Mrs. F. Fowler, waved good bye to the students gathered on the Univer sity grounds, and started the motor. Rising slowly and turning to the right, he took the air at a low alti tude, and flew off toward the moun tain pass in the southeast, rising grad ually as he went. Fowler stated before starting that he would n-.ake stops in Lenson. Lordburg and Deming and may spend to-night at Benson if satisfactory fi nancial arrangements can be made. u New Voter Arrives 0 An eight pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Christine Dominguez this morning. It had been intended to name the youngster, Rodgers, as he arrived an hour or two before the not ed aviator arrived in sight, but as Rodgers gave us the go by, the name may be altered to something else. Dr. ApJohn reports mother and son I doing nicely. o Noted Actor Dies Salt Lake, Utah, Nov. 2 Kyrie Bellew, the noted actor, died here to-day from pneumonia. o ' . B. H. Hurley, of the Imperial valley, came in yesterday. LEGAL NOTICE In the justice court, First Precinct, County of Yuma, Territory of Ari zona. H. Wuppennan, Plaintiff, vs. Louise J. Verville, Defendant. SUMMONS Action brought in the justice court of First Precinct in and for the coun ty of Yuma, in the Territory of Ari zona. In the name of the Territory of Ari zona: To Louise J. Verville, defendant, Greeting: You are hereby summoned and re uired to appear in an action brought, against you by the above-named plain tiff in the Justice Court of the First Precinct, in and for the County of Yu ma, in the Territory of Arizona, and answer to the complaint filed in said Justice Court, at Yuma, in said county, within five days exclusive of day of service, after the service upon you of this summons; if served within this Precinct; but if served without this Precinct, but within the County, ten days; if served out of the county, fif teen days; in all other cases, twenty days, or judgment by default will be taken against you. Given under" my hand at Yuma, Ari zona, this 1st day of November, 1911. J. C. JONES, Justice of the Peace of said Precinct. First publication Nov. 2. 4t Here He Comes; There He Goes o .From Yuma Fx;iminerj Aviator Cal R. Rodgers passed over Yuma at 8:32 this morning, and here he comes, there he goes, explains the whole flight. He only dipped a salute to Yuma and kept on his way toward the Pacif ic ocean, Los Angeles and Pasadena, his objective goal. He was flying at a height of proba bly 2,000 feet when he passed over Yuma and with the exception of the dip mentioned toward Motfcrr Earth and Yuma, he kept on his course as the crow flies. Mr. Rodgers was trying to break the record for a sustained flight, but at 9:45 one of the stay rods on the machine broke and he had to land at Imperial Junction. He will probably leave there in the morning. o Cincinnatti Wants Cub For Manager Chicago, 111., Nov. 2 President Mur phy, of the Cubs, left for Cincinnati to-day to arrange, it is said, an ex change of players with Harrimann, of the Reds, who wants either Ewing or Tinker for manager. Scots Mad Because Johnson is Mason u London, Nov. 2 The recent some what hurried initiation of Jack John son, the negro prizefighter, into a Ma sonic Lodge at Dundee, has raised a storm of protest throughout the country. The grand lodge of Scotland, presided over by the Marquis of Tml bardine, has o'rded a searching inquiry into the matter. o Seven Girls Burn to Death in factory Chehalis, Wash., Nov. 2 Fire de stroyed the Imperial Powder Co's., factory late yesterday afternoon, 'causing the death of 7 young wom een and another who will die. Two girls escaped, but dozens of others were injured. The cause of the fire is thought to have been that some par afine boiled over, due to the careless ness of a woman and ran into the powder. There was no explosion, the powder being non-explosive unless confined. Seven bodieb were recov erea. o Democrats Have Split at Douglas Dour,Ji-F, Ariz., Nov. 2 John Hen derson, an ultra conservative i.art-ne- of Shattuc1:, the mining man, was chosen chairman of the Democratic coiir.ty c -lninittee here yesterday. Yarn ell, the local manager, for E. S Ives was put out of the meeting and refused a plate at the banquet given lacr. Darnell says the laboring m;ii will bolt The ticket. o Santa Claus Letters Will Be Delivered Washington, D. C, Nov. 2 The post office department raised the ban on Santa Claus letters to-day. Postmaster General Hitchcock has--decided that all letters addressed by children to Santa Claus will be turn ed over to charitable institutions. Geo. Purdy Bullard Coming To-Night o The following telegram is self ex planatory and means that George Bullard is going to do politics as well as auto races while in Yuma: WESTERN UNION TELEGRAM Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 3 Dr. J. A. Ketcherside, Yuma, Arizona. Leave for Yuma to-night. Meet me at Gandolfo Hotel at 9:00 to-morrow (Saturday) morning. George Purdy Bullai'd. o - Miners Resume Work at Nacorazi o Douglas, Arizona, November 1 Threatened trouble at Nacorazi has been settled and the Mexican miners who said they would quit work unless the Americans left the camp have ie uirned to work.. o Sleeps on Track; Struck by Train Tucson,-. Nov. 2 A nap on the track of the Tucson and Nogales line near Nogales resulted disastrously last night for Lerdo Otero, a youth of 18 years of age. who was brought to Tucson on the incoming train this morning and taken to the Southern Pacific department of St. Mary's hos pital. Otero was unable to tell why he ! chose the railroad track for a place to sleep. He was struck by southbound train No. 12, and lifted by the pilot some feet, from the track. The train was stopped and the Mex ican was found to have sustained in juries in his head, his left arm and left leg, but none are considered ser ious. o P. B. Hampton, of El Paso, is here for a few days. o U. S. Commissioner C. H. Utting has been busy for the past two days with the contested homestead case of R. H. Theilman of Somerton. LEGAL NOTICE o In the District Court of the First Ju dicial district, Territory of Arizona, in and forr Yuma county. Margaret E. Payne, Plaintiff vs. Louis L. Payne, Defendant. Action brought in the District Court of the First Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona in and for the County of Yuma and the complaint filed in said county of Yuma in the office of the Clerk of said District Court. In the name ofjhe Territory of Ari zona to Louis L. Payne, defendant, Greeting: You are hereby summoned and re quired to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plain tiff in the District Court of the First Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for Yuma County, and answer the complaint therein filed with the clerk of this said court, at Yuma, in said county, within twenty days after the service upon you of this summons, 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 against you. Given under my hand and seal of the District Court of the First Judicial District, Territory of Arizona, in and for the County of Yuma, this 26th day of October, 1911. CHARLES H. UTTING, Clerk of said District Court. (Seal) By May Humphries, Deputy Clerk. Firrst publication, Nov. 3. 4t Must Have Checkers at Castle Dome 0 The following telegram was received by Dr. Ketcherside this morning: Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 3. Dr. J. A. Ketcherside, Yuma, Ariz. Entrants have wired they must have checkers at Castle Dome. Send one man to Castle Dome Sunday or Sat urday, giving him sixteen blank cards for entrants to sign as they pass. George Pur(dy Bullard. o Sunday School Secretary Coming to Yuma 0 (From Friday's Examiner) J. S. Durham, visitation secretary of the International Sunday School Asso ciation of Chicago, 111., will be in Yu ma, the eleventh and twelfth of No vember. On Sunday, the twelfth, un ion services will be held and there will be an effort to have a Sunday School rally day. More definite plans will be an nounced later. The valley churches and all in the vicinity of Yuma are urged to reserve this day. for the consideration of Sunday School work. Mr. Durham is a man of power and knows much of Sunday School wor,k. We will miss much if we miss this op portunity. o Phoenix Puts Ban On Sunday Shows Phoenix,' November 2 The city council last night had a barrel of bus iness. Action was taken prohibiting the granting of a license for the giv ing of any show in Phoenix on Sun day, of the nature of a circus, menag erie, wild west, street parade or similar attraction. o Quarterly Conference o The Rev. Dr. Rogers will hold its First Quarterly Conference at the Methodist church, Saturday evening at 7:30. He will preach Sunday morn ing and evening. The sacrament will be administered Sunday morning. Dr. Rogers will also preach at the Grace Methodist church in the valley at 3:00 p. m.. o Novel Window Display o If you want to see a novel window display, stroll over to the New York store. The window is suggestive of the Los Angeles to Phoenix auto race and the latest auto wearing apparel. Even road building is attempted in the window, and in the race, Bill Tre maine's Hartford, No. 2, is pictur ed as the winner, with Harvey Her rick, in the National, No. 11, as an easy secorfd, with Teddy Tetslaff in the Fiat, third. Fowler, the coast to coast aviator is shown flying and just as he looks, while Rodgers, the aviator who pass ed over Yuma this morning, is de scribed vin flight as the first to cross the continent. The funny part of the whole dis play is the small boy next day and Santa Claus coming in the distance in a red auto. Nearly every man has a fool theory that he believes the world will finally adopt. o A vote for a Democratic supervis ors means a vote to retain P. J. Mil ler in office.