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THE KEALf "GOOD FHJLJL.LUW 1 he real good fellow is the fellow who knows something good aoout everyDoay ana tens it. ne never KnocKS on nis neigiioor or digs up
the past. He always lends a helping hand to the fellow who is up against it and gives him a chance to make good. He never forgets to do and say the little things that
make his wife happy. His children find him a jolly chum and an ever-ready play-mate. - Hia home is a haven of love, happiness and contentment. The real "good fel-.
'low is the world's greatest asset. Bert Morehouse.
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AND YUMA WEEKLY EXAMINER
VOLUME XL V. NUMBER 24.
YUMA, ARIZONA THURSDAY, MAY 1915.
ARIZONA SENTINEL, FOUNDED 1870
THE YUMA 10
N HIGH SCHOOL
(By Chas. G. Percival, M.D.)
The Vice-President of the graduating
class of the Yuma Union High School
of 1915, is cr.e of the most popular,
attracthe an.l accomplished young
ladies of the city. Iris Robertson is
her name, ani bhe was born in Ari
zona. By ret-jon of this, she is one
of Arizona's native daughters, and she;
i- proud of it. And so are we.
Born in Globe, December 1, 1896,
she came to Yuma in January 1900.
Here she received all of her schooling,
and now, she is about to be graduated
from this school into a large school
In the spring of 1914, Miss Robert
son took the first prize in the oratori
cal contest in Yuma. She then repre
sented the city in the Inter-Scholastic
meet at Tucson and among the large
number of contestants, earned second
place in the awards.
As a mark of the high esteem in
which she is held by her fellow stu
dents she was this year chosen as their
vice-president, -and in the graduation
exercises, holds the position of saluta
torian. This fall Miss Robertson will enroll
in the Flagstaff Normal School for the
full two-year course, and she has the
best wishes of every member of the
Yuma Union High School for a life
of prosperity, happiness and success.
E Ci OBRE90N
LOS ENEM100S BEL BEMERAL F. VILLA i
OESPEilCil iporain PARA eULIIII
CHIHUAHUA, Mayo 27. Los reac
cionarios, y el "carrancismo," su buen
aliado, no desperdician opportunidad
para hacer pasar al general Villa,
desprovisto de sentimieufos patrioti
cos. En los desastrosos tiempos de Huer
ta, no era raro ver calumniosas infor
maciones contra el triunfador de Tor
reon y Zacateeas y eng los organos
sostenidos por aquella desastrosa ad-
ministracion y mas despues, sus
sucesores, "El Liberal," "El Pueblo,"
etc., que han servido a Carranza ban
lanzado de igual manera las mas bur
das calumnias, haciendo ver cuando la
desocupaciou de Veracruz, que el
general Villa gestionaba para que cen
tinuaran eng el primer puerto los
soldados rubios, y asi atros embustes,
sin mas objeto que restar las generales
y casi unanimes simpatias del hasta
entonces jefe de la Division del Norte.
Hechosr"y"no las procaces afirnia-
jitJnes de plumas asalariadas, han de-
monstrado eng diversas ocasiones los
sentimientos patrioticos bien arraiga
dos eng el general eng jefe de las
Informo algun periodico Americano,
pagado por Carranza, que el general
Villa eng caso de intervencion extran
jera, no se pondria del lado de Carran
za y el militar aludido, desde luego
lanzo un manifesto que si desgraciada
mente alguna nacion interviniera eng
nuestros asuntos, dejaria a un lado su
campana de pacificacion, para combatir
contra el extranjero, haciendolo hasta
morir o veneer, sin parar mientres eng
la calidad y potencia del adversario.
Ahora hemos tenido oportunidad de
ver una carta que el general Villa
dirige al senor licenciado Diaz Lom
bardo, encargado del Despacho de Re
laciones Exteriores Y Justicia, quien
comentando los asuntos de Yucatan,
Be expresa eng los siguientes terminos:
-Veo que por final de cuentas, el
senor Carranza logro imponer su au
toridad eng aquei -re mo to Estado; y
por mucho que esto me L'isguste, por
tratarse de enemigos nuestros, prefiero
que asi haya sido, antes que fuera, a
prosperar el movimiento separatista
pues eng todo caso los carrancistas,
aunque enemigos nuestros, quiza ten
gan mejor concepto de .los .deberes
patrios y estaran mejor dispuestos a
yelar por la integridad del territorio."
I LEON, Gto., Mayo 26. -Ayer llegue
a esta, procedente de Aguascalientes,
haciendolo asi para estar presente eng
J el lugar mas proximo de los aconteci
4 nintos. Aqui como eng los demas cam-
pamentos que lie recorrido, reina el
' mayor entusiasmo y todos estan ani-
mosos y con-el deseo de terminar esta
jornada, de cuyo triunfo estan seguros
los nuestros. Hoy se han estado
haciendo aqui grandes preparativos
para dar formidable y postrer ataque
al encmigo que cada vez ha ido per
diendo terreno eng los diversos encuen
tros que se han registrado.
La infanteria ycaballeria que se
encuentran aqui son numerosas, y la
artilleria ha sido reforzada con un buen
numero de canones de grueso calibre.
Con opportunidad anunciare el resul
tado de las operaciones, que se esperan
de un momento a otro.
N. de la R. Como se ve de la ano
tacion hecha, este mensaje fue reci
bido ayer a las seis de la tarde y esta
positado eng Leon a las nueve de la
manana. Sebemos que ayer se libraron
importantes combates y estamos eng
espera de lo que so nose comunique
sobre el particular.
SUES FOR DIVORCE
ALIMONY AND THE FEES
A suit was filed yesterday afternoon
in the superior court, through Attor
neys Wupperman & Wupperman by
Mrs. Eva A. Jackson against her hus
band, Levin T. Jackson.
According to the complaint filed, the
couple were married at Durant, Okla.,
in 1894 and as an issue of the marriage
have three children. The plaintiff al
leges several acts of abuse and cruelty
and that the defendant on numerous
occasions assaulted her and that she
was in fear of bodily harm. She asks
for suitable alimony to support herself
and minor children and attorney's
The Boys' Club of the Crane school
will meet Saturday at 10 a. m., with
Joel Peterson, on First street.
(Special to the Yuma Daily Examiner) by magazines and daily papers, and
the work that the large life insurance
companies are doing for health conser-
Thnmas A. F!disnn nnr.fi martn the trot irvn that f-irr1a liow a portain thorn.
famous remark that the American racejpeutic value in specific diseases; that
"Dig their graves with their teeth." nuts are a substitute for meat; why
Yet, in spite of the fact that the Great j fruits can be so combined with cereals
Wizard of Menlo Park who is himself j as to properly balance the diet so that
in perfect health at the age of 72, and ; they would not be overfed on proteids
is an abstainer from most of the diets j and underfed on carbohydrates, fats
of sweets and indigestible pastries that j and mineral salts; that milk should be
Americans are 'fond of, over 1700 pies served on the table three times a day
of the standard bakery variety are sold and unpasturized because the heat
every day at the East Orange, N. J., brings about a chemical change that
plant of the Edison Storage Battery destroys the food value; that it is nec
and Phonographic company, where essary to keep the pores of the skin
4,000 men are employed. 01)en to relieve the kidneys of a large
The Edison company, however, are 1 amount of their work, thereby compel
the first American employers of large jillg freqUent bathing both externally
numbers of help to take an interest in ' an(j internally.
the welfare of their employees from al Billions Spent on Patent Medicines
dietic standpoint and on Monday, May, United states government statistics
Ifl firpfl tho firct cliot in tlio T-TooUh - ...
"""' ior j.yij snow tnat $o0U,0UU,0U0 were
first of a series of lectures, which he is ' physicians and nurses; that of an the
now giving hefora ihe employees of chidlren born into the world, 60 per
me mist; nmusinai pianis inrougnout cent die befor
the United States on "Health Ef
Efficiency war when Roy Beal, F.D. ' spent in one year for patent
S. of New York City, delivered the in the United states. $750,
, and that not less than one-half of all
the children born into the worJrl live
In a short half hour, Prof. Beal took to be 16 years of age.
the 4,000 Edison employes through the! Even the animals live longer than
errors of diet, the proper balancing of man the average animal living five
foods, cleanliness, personal hygiene, times the space of time it takes him
bathing both externally and internally, to arrive to full growth. The avearge
. 6"'" tuu muun eat- me span of the human being in the
ing, improper tood over rich foods and United States is 44 years or just twice
an pypoco rF moot i ..
. tlie number of years it takes him to
ne pointed out the rniany things in arrive to an age of usefulness, or one
ui udiiy conauct ot tiieir lives which third less than that of the horse.
uCCUeu pioiupi auenuon. lie put espe- Most of all this can be laid to the
ciai empnasis on the fact that the av- door of improper diet, over feeding
erage American eats t
- auu enuis oi. nygiene. Kiuney, liver
aim iaiu stress on the extreme import- and heart diseases in the United States
ance of selecting a proper diet as re- have doubled in the last 30 years. And
gards the time of the year and the age parents who have not properly brought
and occupation of the person. He call- Up their own health efficiency cannot
ed attention to the great amount of produce efficient children and hence
space given to food and health topics the increasing infant mortality
UNUtU b! btnMAI bUB
LONDON, May 26. The American- , weeks ago. The Nebraska carries no
Hawaiian steamer. Nebraska, an Amer- cargo and was steaming from Liver
pool to the Delaware breakwater in
ican ship flying the American flag, and
the first vessel from Los Angeles liar-.
bor and the Pacific coast to pass east-; WASHINGTON, D. C.,' May 27.
bound through the Panama canal, was The administration officials are very
torpedoed by a German submarine last gravely . concerned over the attack on
night, forty miles southwest of Fastnet the American steamship Nebraska by
light on the southern coast of Ireland a German submarine. Opinions are
a few miles distant from the point many that it foreshadows Germany's
where the Lusitania was sunk two reply to the American note.
The following commencement pro
gram will be rendered by the grammar
school at the theatre this evening:
Invocation, Rev. Irving R. Lovejoy
Musin. "Wake! Wake!" School Chorus
Salutatory. "A King of Men " CnneLS of llis cavaIr' column at San
TO EXPLAIN DEFEAT
NOGALES, May 27. It is reported
that Col. Miguel Samaniego left Agua
Prieta Saturday for Vera Cruz, under
orders from Gen. Venustiano Carranza,
to undergo court-martial for the drunk-
mm services m
THE g. E. CHURCH
Following is the order of services at
the Methodist Episcopal church on Sun
day, May 30 (Memorial Day):
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. "David
Brings the Ark to Jerusalem." II Sam.
6:1-10; Psalm 24. C. M. White, Supt.
At 11 a. m. baccalaureate sermon
to the graduating class of the Yuma
Union High School. Subject, "The Call
of God's Country," Ileb. 11:33. The
ludience will have to be unusually
large to exceed the attendance last
Sunday morning. Come early at the
Sunday School hour, if you can.
Epworth League at 7 p. in. Subject.
'An Evening with Great Hymns."
Sermon at 8 p. m. Subject, "Our
Nation's Monument." A tribute to
Memorial Day by the pastor. All the
soldiers are especially invited, wheth
cr they wore the blue or the gray, or
are wearing the uniform today; also
the wives and children.
At the Yuma valley church: Sunday
school at 2 p. m., with A. G. Dickson,
supt; sermon at 3 p. m.
Notice particularly that the pastor
of the Methodist church will hold a
baptismal service at the Baptist church
by its courtesy, at 5 o'clock p. m.
IRVING R. LOVEJOY,
NARROW ESCAPE FOR THE BABY
KOKOMO, Ind. Run down and
dragged by a taxicab Jane Gardner,
aged two, was found unhurt and cooing
when her father crawled under the
taxi to rescue the baby.
0000 WORD FROM LOS
jrusLur .. w . unamDeriiii is enjoying
to the full the great Baptist Northern
sonvention at Los Angeles. He will
return laden with good things for his.
people on May CO, on which day the
order of services will be as follows:
Sabbath school at 10 a. m., with B.
O. Binns, Supt. Divine worship at 11
a m. subject, "The Great City. Son
ociwtc ai i.ou wiin U. U. sansing, as
leader; sermon subject, "Crumbs
, Thomas JMolloy
Oration, "Neglect of Little Things,"
Music, "In the Hayfields," by Chorus
Class' History, Ehvin McClure
Oration. "Patriotism," Marvin Few
Music, ' Lovely Night, O Lovely
Night" (from "Tales of Hoffman") !
Class Prophecy Enith Johnson
Pedro about two weeks ago when, be
cause of their intoxicated condition
they were thoroughly defeated 'jy tne
Maytorer.a army with a ios-s of more
than 12) billed. There ha.i been a re
port for some time that sonething of
this kind would happen.
It is thought possible that Samanie-To
will not go to Vera Cruz, preferring
to come lo this country and remain
rather than be disciplined. It was re-
VnlpriWnrv "Thp Master Man."
Neva Trexier Ported a week ago that Samanieg-i had
PPOiHB BT BAXTER
At the request of Mrs. Ethel P.
Witty, widow of E. L. Witty, the ap
pointment of E. G. Caruthers as ad
ministrator of MrWitty's estate, was
made by Jrrlge Baxter yesterday after
noon. Mr. Caruthers qualified by fil
ing a bond in the sum of $15,000.
C. P. Cooper was also appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Mrs. Helen
Cooper, who died January 11, 1915. A
suitable bond was also furnihsed.
THE WEATHER REPORT
At a p. m., yesterday, the tempera
ture stood at 95 degrees, w.th. a.,-relative
humidity of 19 per cent.
Music, "Glowing Days of Autumn,"
Address, by Miss C. Louise Boehringer
Presentation of the Diplomas
Hon. J. H. Westover
Music, "Hraumerei," ..School Chorus
Those Who Gr-iuated
Following are the names of the
graduates: Neva Trexier, Eugene Ghi-
otto Belle Hodges, Emery Devine, El-
ma Kryger, George Finley, Mary
-Worthington, Jesus Herrera, Enith
Johnson, Howard Van Deren, Eugene
Jones, Thomas Molloy, Mabel Cawley,
Theodore Molloy, Helen Kent Leona
Jackson, John Thall, Marvin Few, Ber
ton Wilson, Sturges Abbott. Harold
White. Graduate of Palmer Writing
Method, Neva Trexier.
a commission to go to Vera Cruz.
A "commission" at Vera Cruz for Agua
Prieta hus generally meant that the?
have bean transferred. No offioe; so
transferred has ever returned to Agua
Prieta. Samaniego is one of the most
daring of the war leaders in Sonora
r.nd was very successful until his de
feat at San Pedro, where too much
mescal proved his undoing.
SELLEW, HAS RESIGNED
Project Engineer Francis L. Sellew
has resigned and the Yuma project, in
cluding the Yuma mesa loses its best
friend. Mr. Sellew will join his family
at La Jolla for the present, and he in
tends to rest up before engaging in
other work. His successor here has
not yet been announced.
ELKS HAD HIGH JINKS
( AT THEIR INITIATION
The Elks held high jinks last night
first, by parade of the unfortunate
candidates, ending by the incarcera
tion of the whole bunch in jail for an
hour while the real tortures were be
ing prepared by the faithful, who sure
spared no pains. The recipients were
H. F. Column, L. C. Grothaus, James
Maxey, Nick Larson. T. F. Bailey, W.
3. Snyder, C. A. Lindeman and Mr.
Moss of Imperial.
About 100 Elks saw the fun, after
which all joined in a German-American-Mexican
feed, consisting of frijoles,
Wienies and tamales. All had a suf
ficiency and then some resulting in a
lack of efficiency in some cases today.
George W. King, the well known
Quartzsite miner, has sold five placer
claims to the Yuma Consolidated Min
ing. company; $20,000 is the state price
paid to Mr. King and his partner, Fred
Governor Whitman and. party left
New York yesterday to visit the Cali-
brnia expositions at an expense of
$25,000 to that state.
"LOAFED HALF TIME"
SAYS EFFICIENCY MAN
The late George A. Hearn, million
aire business man and art collector of
New York, was noted for his kind and
reasonable treatment of his employes.
Mr. Kearn used to smile at the new
scientific management craze, of which
he once said at a dinner:
"These scientific management peo
ple with their impossible claims of
doubling and trebling a man's labor
remind me of the humble hod carrier's
"A facetious boss said to a new hod
" 'Look-a-here, friend, didn't I hire
you to carry bricks up that ladder by
" 'Yes, sir.' said the hod carrier, and
touching his cap.
" 'Well, I've had an eye on you and
you've only done it half a day. You
spent the other half coming down that
The hod carrier touchr N
" 'I'll try to do better
he said humbly."