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FO (Special to the Yuma Daily Examiner) (By Ida Clyde Clarke) NASHVILLE, Tennessee, June l. There are 100,000, 000 children under ten years of age in China. In the near future they may be taught al most entirely under a govern ment system of education, and will be less accessible to the Christian day school. The Sabbath school must give them religious education. The Chinese Christian churches generally lack young men and maidens. Congregations are eighty per cent adults, and many little children, but few youths be tween fifteen and twenty five years of age. They must be won and held for Christ by the placing of a new em phasis upon the departments of the Sabbath school which minister to this age. "EXERCISE-HEALTH" BE CLOSELY BELATEi (Special to the Yuma Daily Examiner) (By U. S. Public Health Service) In "Exercise and Health," an edu cational leaflet from the United States Public Health Service a note of warning is sounded. The death rate after the age of forty is increasing in spite of more sanitary modes of liv ing and greater protection against the .communicable diseases. The expecta tion of life after forty is less than it was thirty years ago. This is due largely to increased prevalence of the diseases of degeneration. The. mus cles, arteries and other organs of those who as a result of sedentary occupation or indolence take too little exercise degenerate. Heart disease, kidney disease and other ills follow. Take exercise. Take" daily exercise. Have a hobby that gets you out 01 doors. Walk to your business, to your dressmaker's; walk for the sake of walking. Join a walking club and keep your weekly score of miles. Keep chickens, make a garden, wheel the baby or play golf or any other feame, but take two hours outdoor ex ercise every day. Gymnasium work is good for those who like it and can afford it, but avoid heavy athletics. Don't try to he a "strong man," the champion athlete often dies young. Be a moderate, persistent daily ex ponent of exercise. You may not burn the family carriage, as Benjamin Franklin suggested, but at least, as he advised: Walk, walk, walk. TUH IN BUY 1 RANCH AT BEAUMONT A. H. Kent, of the Valley, and W. D. Halladay, of the Yuma Supply Co., have purchased a 415-acre ranch at Beaumont. The ranch is a fine piece of property, formerly owned by P. A. JPowejSrand the new owners expect to make very extensive improvements. REMEMBER IRIS PAIR FEDERAL ME! Owing to the large number of new taxpayers who are not familiar with the method of paying federal taxes, attention is called to the fact that collectors of internal revenue can ac cept only cash certified checks, or money orders. All personal or cashier checks will be returned for certifica tion. EBKER'S WIFE WILL CARRY CASE HIGHER In the fight to save Charles Becker, the convicted murderer of Gambler Rosenthal, the case will be carried to the United States Supreme Court, is the announcement made by Mrs. Becker, his wife at New York. Subscribe for the Examiner OPPORTUNITY R 100,000,090 CHILDREN A church which gives itself mainly to winning new con verts, as the church in China naturally does, is in constant danger of neglecting them when they have been won. The Bible school has zt nec essary place in their continu ed nurture after they have entered into full membership in the churches. This is a phase of Sabbath school work as yet largely undeveloped. The youth of the boarding schools and colleges need to be trained in voluntary Chris tian service. The training of leaders of the local church falls natur allv to the Sabbath school. The laymen of the churches need a wide field for expres 'sional activity in real Chris- I . rr-t f. 11.1 tian service, ine saDDarn school affords it. UCO SPY BEF1ANT FACES FIRING Spi NACO, June 1 Declaring he was being shot to satisfy the demands of American residents, Jose Acero was executed as a spy in the presence of several hundred. Standing beside his own grave, Acero calmly asked for a drink of whiskey and a cigar- Defi antly blowing the smoke in the direc tion of the firing squad, he announced he was ready to die. "I am guilty as charged," were his last words, "but they are shooting mo to satisfy the Americans." Although condemned as a spy, Aceuo's offenses, according to Mexi can officials, consisted of holding up three American gamblers and attack ing two American women while he was a member of the police force. LEGAL NOTICE REPUBLICATION NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION No. 010072 Non-Coal, Yuma Project Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office, at Los Angeles, Calif., May 14, 1915. Notice is hereby given that Arthur E. Temple, of Bard, California, who on April 8, 1910, made homestead entry, No. 010072, for Farm Unit "J" (SEL SE14), Section 32, Township 15 S., Range 23 E., S. B. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final three-year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before the Register and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, Los Angeles, California, oh the 28th day of June, 1915. Claimant names as witnesses: Thomas Z. Heard, Loran L. Lantz, both of Los Angeles, Calif.; Marshall E. Lambert, Bard, Calif., and Samuel L. McGee of Pomona, Calif. JOHN D. ROCHE, Register. Inter-Ocean, at Bard, Calif., 5 weeks; first publication, May 21, 1915. 016 DOINGS FIR IH STUDENTS OF Y. U.H.S. The Juniors dined Seniors at the Clymer home last night. Tonight the annual banquet takes place at the Stag Cafe. At 8 o'clock tomorrow evening at the high school auditori um the commencement exercises will take place. Following is the program: Invocation, Rev. Tomlinson; chorus by the High School; salutatory ad dress, Iris Robertson; solo by Mrs. Ballard; oration, "Some Thoughts on Nature's Teaching," Sarah Porter; solo, Thelma Weatherston ; oration, "Poetry," Anna Finley; song, Gradua tion Class; oration, "Mother Instinct," Louise McClure; song "Arizona," by McClure Quartette; valedictory, Char mian Robertson; violin solo, Evelyn Hackett; address, Miss Boehringer; chorus, High School; presentation of diplomas, Hon. Fred L. Ingraham; benedifction, Rev. Chamberlain. The members of the graduation class are: Joe Huss, C. Dean Haugh telin, Louise McClure, Iris Robertson, Charmian Robertson, Thelma Weath erstone Lee Mattit, Mabel Kent, Anna Finley and Sarah Porter. FINE BERMUDA ONIOIS DM HEAR WELL! As an illustration as to what the soil of Yuma county can produce, there are two magnificant white Ber muda onions on display in the Hotel Arizona, which were raised on the Fraser Brothers' ranch near Wellton. The onions weigh 23 ounces each and were raised by Dr. W. H. Fraser in his garden at the ranch which re ceives his especial observation and care. This is but one of the fine pro ducts of the Fraser farm. Two men on motorcycles from Im perial valley, lost their way, wandered about for two days on the sand dunes and finally caught sight of Yuma's new $1000 electric bridge sign, and followed it into Yuma. ELKS WILL ATTEND CONVENE!!! IN STYLE Members of Yuma lodge of Elks are setting ready to travel to Los Angeles in style to the annual con vention'in July. Already some thirty five have signified their intention of making the trip. They are having special suits made and will all be uni formed alike and will be able to make a good showing. PisPEGioi mm DISAPPEARS AI BARD To Constable W. J. Smith, of Bard, we are indebted for the information of the disappearance of George Harris, a prospector, who has been living in the vicinity of Potholes for the past two years. The last seen of Harris was on May 7, when he got into a small boat on the Colorado river about three milet above McGinty's ranch, with the in tention of going down the river. Har ris was about 55 years of age 5 feel 10 inches in height, light mustache a little grey. It is thought that he was single and there is nothing known of his relatives. Harris carried a deposit in a local bank and the last time he had visited the city, was in March. Any one knowing of any relatives will please communicate with W. J Smith, at Bard, California. IN YUMA THE EVIDENCE IS SUPPLIED BY LOCAL TESTIMONY If the reader wants stronger proof than the following statement and ex perience of a resident of Yuma, what can it be? "Some years ago my kidneys began to trouble me," says Mrs. G. C. Bar cena, Fourth Street, Yuma. "At firsi I had a slight backache but paid little attention to it. Later the pains be came worse and I had trouble with the kidney secretions. Headaches and diz zy spells bothered me. Doan's Kid ney Pills helped me from the first and soon made me feel better in every way. Now, I seldom have kidney complaint." Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don' simply ask for a kidney remedy ge Doan's Kidney Pills the same thai Mrs. Barcena had. Foster-Milburn Co. Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. NO BODIES FO MS FORWARD HOL HONOLULU, May 31. A diver made an examination of the forward hold of F-4, but found no bodies. Ex ploration of the interior was halted by the navy department and ordered the vessel brought to the harbor for examination to determine the cause oi the disaster. The announcement by Rear Admiral Moore said the diver examined the forward hold yesterday, but was un able to enter the middle hold. The order" of the department halted the plan to take the bodies out before raising the submarine. The work of lifting the vessel to the surface was resumed. The latest esti mate is that it will be several days before the F-4 will be brought inside the harbor and raised to the surface. "MONEY" The mint makes it and under the terms of the Continental Mortgage Co. you can secure it at 6 for any legal purpose on approved real estate. Terms easy, tell us your wants and we will co-operate with you. PETTY & CO., 513 Denham building, Denver, Col. "HOW TOLIVE If THIS IS THE NAME OF A NEW BOOK BY EUGENE CHRIS TIAN, F. S. D. Eugene Christian. F. B. D., the world's greatest Food Scientist, haB just published a new book called "How to Live 100 Years." Thin hnnk tells vou what to eat according to your age, your work and the time of the year. It teaches you how to select, how to combine and so as to establish perfect digestion and assimilation of food and perfect elimination of waste. In other words it teaches you how, to cure all stomach and intestinal disorders by removing their causes, which is wrong eating. If you have indigestion, gas, fermen tation, sour stomach or any such dis orders after a meal, this book tells you how to put the remedy on your table at the next meal. Dr. Christian shows tha all animals how to proportion your food at meals except man live about eight times as long as it takes them to get their erowth. If man should do this he would live nearly 200 years; but civi lized man dies at the average age oi 39. He begins to lose his teeth, his eyes and his hair, and dropB into his grave only a few years after he i grown. Dr. Christian shows that 22 per cent of all the human beings born into the world die before they 'are one year old Twenty-five per cent more die before their fifth birthday, and more than half of the human race die before they are twenty-five. All other animals on the globe live eight times as long as it takes them to get their growth. Man breathes the same air, drinks the game water. lives under the same sunshine, bul differs from his brother animals onl in his eating, therefore Dr. Christian shows conclusively that this appalling discrepancy must be on account o his eating habits and he has proved that his theory is true by curing over 23,000 people within the past ten years by teaching them what to eat and gives the secret of his methods. This book does not disarrange 01 how to eat. "How to Live 100 Years,' upset the family table. It teaches the nousewife what foods the meal should be composed of, so as to make them yhemically harmonious and perfectlj digestible and healthy. This book is beautifully bound in velum, and gold lettered. Send ont iollar to Dr. Eugene Christian, 21b West 79th Street, New York City, and you will receive this life-saving book by return mail, and if it is not worth its weight in gold your money will bt promptly refunded to you. SENSATION EXPECTED NSRAND JURY REPORT Earl B. Smith, of Somerton; Oscai P. Bondesson Andrew Y. Greer, Jol W. Barber, and Edward D. Hodges came in from the valley last evening and this morning, as members of th grand jury, convened at 9 o'clock Other members are Paul Moretti George F. Cotton, John Ghiotto. Ed ward Metcalf, David .Fred Samuel anr C. A. Livingston. Jude Baxter announced an addi tional five names to serve on the grand jury, which organized this af ternoon. Sensational developments are ex pected from the grand jury report which will cover the recent cattu cases in tne lower vaney anu ina take two weeks time. NEW BULLETIN TELLS WHERE HE BIRDS G0 Everybody knows that birds when they migrate in the fall generally "go South," but knowledge is seldom more specific. A new department bulletin brings out the fact that while some birds go to Florida or the West Indies or Mexico, others such as the bobo auk, and ricebird, go as far south as Paraguay and the southern part of Brazil. A LIBERAL OFFER The undersigned druggist is author ized by the American Drug & Press Association, of which he is a member, to guarantee Meritol Hair Tonic to give satisfaction or the purchase price will be refunded.- This indicates the confidence they have in this prepara tion. The Owl Drug Store, Will H. Minor, local agency. Prices 50, $1.00. Bard Mercantile Co. A. 0. BROUSSARD, Mgr. m mm m ma BARD'S PIONEER STORE The Best of Merchandise At Reasonable Prices Courteous XjreatmQnt to We Solicit Your Patronage WIRS THE BIS Ml INDIANAPOLIS June 1. Ralph de Palma won the fifth annual five nun dred mile automobile race, breaking all records for the distance. He took the lead just before the two hundredth mark and held it practically the rest of the distance. His time was 5:33:55.50. His av erage was 89.84 miles an hour. Rene Thomas' time last year aver aged 82.47. Darius Rest, winner ot ;he Vanderbilt and Grand Prix races was second. Gil Anderson was third Resta's average was 89.28. NATION'S EDUCATORS TO MEET1T (Special to the Yuma Daily Examiner; OAKLAND Cal., June 2. Already aiore than 100 "car parties" of teach 3rs and their friends have notified the headquarters of the National Educa ion Association that they will attend Jie big convention to be held in Oak iand, August 16 to 2S, and from pres ant indications the meeting will be tht argest ever held. More than 60.00C ire expected to be here, and the num jer may run even higher. The convention will be held in Oak and's new $1,000,000 municipal audi ..onum, wnicii is said to be tne tines, juilding of its kind west of Chicago. Its arena has a seating capacity ol aore than 10,000 persons, and it .heatre 2,500, while there are manj .smaller rooms which hold from 100l down in which committee and othei neetings can be held. With the Panama-Pacific Expositioi. .s an added attraction being but 31 jainutes from Oakland by a direct fer :y line to the center of the grounds .housands of teachers from all ovei ne country ar eplanning to visit tht ig fair and the National Educationa ssociation conventio at the same ime. One day's session of the con ention will be held on the fair grouno md one in the Greek theatre at tin Jniversity of California, in Berkeley.. ill the others being held in the Oak and auditorium. With the National Education Asso Nation will meet the World's Congress jf Education, which will attract noted iien from all over the world. LEGISLATURE 2D ANNUAL S The Arizona legislature convened yesterday for the second special ses sion this year to consider land legisla tion and measures to strictly enforce prohibition as well as the abolition of the capital punishment act which aroused intense interest in Arizona last week when five condemned men were saved from the gallows thorugh he mercy plea of Secretary Bryan. ZEPPELIN AIR RAID A dispatch says that ninety Zeppe- in bombs were dropped on London, and but four people killed and no pub lic buildings were damaged. Gertrude Lyall left today for her home at Brawley, where she is to be married this month. 250 pairs of Children's High Shoes; regular $2.25, $2.50 and $2.75 values; Fire Sale Price, 98 cents per pair, at Sanguinetti's Fire Sale. I LEGAL NOTICE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF YU MA COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA S. C. Chapman, plaintiff, vs. Myrtle Chapman, defendant No. 22S6 Ac tion brought in the Superior Court of Yuma County, State of Arizona, and the complaint filed in said coun ty of Yuma in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court. In the name of the state of Arizona, to Myrtle Chapman, defendant, Greet ing: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff, in the Superior Court of Yuma County, Stata of Arizona, 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 Coun ty, or in all other cases within thirty days thereafter, the times above men tioned being exclusive of the day of service, or judgment by default will be laken against you. Given under my hand and the seal of Jie Superior Court of Yuma County, State of Arizona, this 19th day of May, 1915. H.,B. FARMER, (Seal) Clerk of said Superior Court. By ELEANOR DUNNE, Deputy Clerk. Arizona Sentinel first publication, May 27; last publication, June 17. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF YU MA COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA Ssther Pullan, plaintiff, vs. E. G. Pullan defendant Action brought in the Superior Court of Yuma County, State of Arizona, and the complaint filed in said County of Yuma, In the -office of the Clerk of the Supenu Court. in the name of the State of Arizona, to E. G. Pullan, defendant, Greeting: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff, in the Superior Court of fuma County, State of Arizona, and answer the Complaint therein filed vith the Clerk of this said Court, at fuma, in said County within twenty days after the service upon you of this summons, it served m tnis saia vjoun- iy, or in all other cases within .thirty Jays thereafter, the times above men tioned being exculsive of the day of .service, or judgment by default will oe taken against you. Given under my hand and the seal of the Superior Court of Yuma Coun ty, State of Arizona, this 25th day of May, 1915. H. B. FARMER, Seal) Clerk of said Superior Court. By ELEANOR DUNNE, - Deputy Clerk. Sentinel First publication, May 27: last publication June 17. The steel for the new Hol- brook bridge was placed on the ground this week. How's This? 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