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YUMA DAILY EXAMINER
(Member Associated Press) A Thinking Paper for Thinking People Established March 17, 1906 W. H. SHOREY Editor and Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATS PER YEAR 16.00 Entered at Yuma, Ariz., as second class mall. Published daily, except Sunday. BARD INTER-OCEAN Established January 20, 1911 SUBSCRIPTION RATE PER YEAR $2.00 Entered at Bard, Imperial Co., CaUf., as second-class mail. Published Fridays. ARIZONA SENTINEL--YUMA SOUTHWEST Established November, 1870, by Jas. x. Barney and Judge Wm. J. Berry; purchased 1875 by John W. Dorring ton, who relinquished to W. H. Shorey on July 1, 1011; published for 45 years without missing an Issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATE PER YEAR I2.C0 Entered at Yuma, Yuma Co., Ariz., as second-class mail. Published on Thurndays. Girl stenographers In Boston have organized against being kissed and sworn at. Kissing and cussing are two proceedings so inconsistent with each other that the girls can't be much blamed for protesting. Tulsa Democrat. The ideal would be to hava this country ruled by a triumvirate: Root to handle the tariff and business regu lation; "Wilson to write the sacred-principles-of-humanity notes, and the Colonel to see that they are enforced. Wall Street Journal. Those American aviators who are fighting so gallantly and brilliantly for France should be sent marked copies of our daily papers setting forth the extreme need for army aviators on the Mexican border. Nashville Lumberman. Constructively, Secretary Lansing will be the actual and titular presi dent of the United States on March' 4, 1917, which falls on Sunday, leaving a hiatus of one day between the retir ing and the incoming presidents, and J. C. remarks that had Bill Bryan but known this fact he would have stayed on the job at any cost. Chica go Daily News. Mothers of boys lose their voices saying, "Go wash your hands." To peka Capital. In accordance with their established custom, the Germans have just dis covered a document in Servia which upholds all their contentions against that nation. Chicago Herald. Among other thick-skinned people looms large the baseball umpire who when addressed by several hundreds of indignant persons as "a robber and t'ief," doesn't mind it at all. New Or leans State. Something of the nature of carrying coals to Newcastle attaches to the action of the United States govern ment in conferring American citizen ship on a band of Sioux Indians. The Nashville Lumberman. Senor Don Venustriano Carranza opened his mouth and emitted another terrific roar the other day. This time he kicked us out of Mexico in one big breath and then conceded that we are still there in the next. Balmorhea Herald. The difference between the Prodi gal Son and the Favorite Son is that the latter fares best at the beginning of the story. New York Evening Post. The Kaiser has decorated Capt. Boy-Ed with the iron cross, this being in addition to President Wilson's decoration of the tin-can. Southern Lumberman. If either of the belligerents in this war knew the depressing facts about themselves that their opponents now seem to know, they would surrender at once. Chicago Daily News. With Pullman porters owning stock in the palace car company will they gain dignity to insist upon wages or become more avaricious for tips. The Pittsburgh Gazette. REPUBLICANS The unsophisticated New Yorkers and the simple minded people of Washington are shocked to learn that people listen to their talk over the telephone. Philadelphia Record. .Subscribe for the Examiner (By B. F. Fly) With a decrease of enthu siasm never before shown in a political convention in the United States, President Voodrow Wilson and Vice President Thos. R. Marshall were re-nominated last night in St. Louis for the two very highest offices in the gift of the people. So unanimous was the sen timent in favor of these two tried and trusted statesmen that even Col. William Jen nings Bryan mounted the platform and made a ringing speech in favor of the gal lant standard-bearers of the grand old Democratic party. It has been my great pleasure to have taken part in every presidential campaign since 1S84, when Grover Cleveland was nominated the first time. This is the first time in my -ecollection that a president and vice jresident have been nominated by ac clamation without a dissenting vote. That, of itself shows most conclu sively that the Democracy stands verj solidly behind its nominees. It also .shows that the democracy approves Jie course that has been followed by President Wilson, not only in demand ing the enactment of the constructive legislation that has been put in rar Jtatutes, but that the great body of democracy heartily approves of tho wise course pursued with regard to our foreign relations. And the daily registration of oui erstwhile enemies as Democacs veiy jlainly shows that even Republicans and Progressives in large numbers ap prove of Woodrow Wilson's policies. If the Republicans and Progressive leaders had not been so dead bent on Jestroying each other they would have ldvocated the nomination of Wilson and Marshall by their respective con tentions. But they had to keep up their party organizations, at least that .vas the cry of the standpatters. For that reason they each nominated a man of their choice, not with any idea jf electing him, for this they well .enow they can not do, but merely to 'keep up the organization" so the jther faction would not steal it. What a great pity that this is true, or if there eyer was a man who de serves every vote of his countrymen. Voodrow Wilson is that man. That le will be triumphantly elected there Joes not seem the shadow of a doubt. Hughes won't get as many votes s Taft got. Mark that down. IUED t ETTEflS ill mi POSIOfflCf Following is a list of the letters re maining uncalled for in the Yuma, irizona, postoffice, and advertised on June 8, 1916: Santos Arcadia, Porfirio Albarez, Robert Bettroff, Grace Brown, H. J. 31anchat, Mrs. Bondesson, Mrs. H. T. Cox, Jim Cheteya, Mae Carr, Jacob Oarr, P. Cordo, Fillemeno Delgado, C. f. Dimion, Mrs. Walter Ewing, Frank Earth, Geo. Gross, -Francisco Gutier rez, Frank W. Graham, Mrs. Cloud Hart, J. P. Hammett, Jose Maria Her rera. Mrs. Mabel Johnson, Joseph Jas per, Enriques Lopez, Roy Lilly, M. J. Mills, Grover Meredith, G. A. Mellow ish, Elmer A. MsRegan, Leo Miller, E. Ochoa, Victoria Ochoa, Manuel Ortiz, Pedro Ortega, Luciano Quinones, Dan iel Rodriguez, Ynes Rodriguez, Bartolo Sanchez, Ester Shelton, Sam H. Smith, amon Sauseda, Joseph Townsend, Fermin Vidas, Roberto Vilches, Wm. Ward, Mrs. E. William, George Wilson. Persons in calling for the above let ters will please say "Advertised." A. T. PANCRAZI, P M. CHRISTIAN WIS MEET i EAGLES HALL YESTERDAY'S SCORES IN THE MAJOR LEAGUES CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 4 good lots in East San Diego, City Heights sandy soil, water meter, paved street, good title. Will trade two lots for touring car; other two for $460, cash or payments. Mrs. John Newman, Palm Rooming House, 177 North Main street. 54-lm Coast League At Oakland: Oakland, 4; Salt Lake City, 6. At Los Angeles: Los Angeles, 2; San Francisco, 0. At Portland: Portland,- 4; Ver non, 3. National League At New York: New York, 5; Phila delphia, 2. At Brooklyn: Brooklyn, 2;- Chica go, 1. At Boston: Boston, 1; Pittsburgh, 2. At Philadelphia: Philadelphia, 2; Cincinnati, 1. American League At Cleveland: Cleveland, 3; New York, 2. f At Chicago: Chicago, 1; Boston, 2. At Detroit: Detroit, "Philadel phia, 1. At St. Louis: St. Louis, 0; Wash ington, 1. DESEHTEHS CAUGHT II EL PASO THURSDAY Privates Hardy and Kearn, who de serted from "Camp French" on last pay day, have been caught in El Paso and will be tried by courtmartial at an early date. The penalty ranges from 10 days in the guardhouse to 2 years in the penitentiary. FOR SALE Horses; Karr & Kestor 32-tf LOST OR STRAYED Dark, red horse, no brand; also saddle. Was hitched in front of Modesti building last Sunday night. Reward. Call at Examiner office. 58-2w-p FOR RENT Cottage, with accommo dations for ten; possession June 12; ideal bathing resort; 29 miles from San Diego, on Santa Fe R. R.. Rent $25 per month. Garage if desired. Mrs. L. E. Bloom, Cardiff-by-the-Sea, California. 68-73-p FOR RENT Two rooms, tor light housekeeping: screen porch; light " and water furnished; $12.00 per month. "SeeShorey About It." FOR SALE Nineteen sheep, ten ewes and nine lambs, delivered in Yuma, $75.00; also a pure bred Berkshire boar, a getter of big liters of superi or pigs, when done with as a breed er, can be fattened into an 800-lb. porker, price $40, in Yuma. Also 9 sows and some shoats. Call at my ranch in North Gila valley, or ad dress W. G. Hewes, Yuma. 71-2wp These tiny CAPSULES are superior to Balsam of Copaiba, Cubsbs or lnJections,snd RELIEVES In (Ml BY) 24 HQUHS the vy same diseases with out Inconvenience. otd by all druggists. FRESH BUTTERMILK alwajs pure and fresh. Fresh butter milk at Creamery. Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing WE HAVE nw EXPERT CLEANER AND DYER FROM SAN FRANCISCO, AND ARE PREPARED TO GIVE YOU SKILLED SERVICE IN OUR LINE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER PAQUETTE, The Tailor (Successor to Heinz & Paquette) YUMA, ARIZ. DUNNE BLD'G ICE CREAM With a FLRVOR The Flavor That Clings and Goes With You lOc a Dish Brick Ice Cream and Sherbet for Parties and Served at All Times Elite Ice Cream Parlor H. E. PEOPLES, Proprietor i The Christian Science society of Yuma will hold its regular Sunday j meetings, starting June 18th, at the Eagles' hall, at 11 a. m. All are cor dially invited. Bard Mercantile Co This countrv lias lately uarrunza wiin $,uuu,uuu worth of uns and gunpowder so as to make it easier for us to intervene in Mexi co if we have to, hey? St. Louis A. 0. BROUSSARD, Mgr. BARD'S PIONEER STORE The Best of Merchandise At Reasonable Prices Courteous treatment to Jill We Solicit Your Patronage i iii Man With a Growing Bank j Account j even thiugh it be small, has a great advantage over the man who carries his earnings in his pocket and makes no systematic effort to save. "The mill will never grind with the water that 1C has passed." The money you spent is gone. The onyl way to H be assured of independence after your earning days are over is G5 to start a bank account and add to it regularly. Ifi Jl TIL w Ihe MS !fi THE FIRST .NATIONAL BANK OF YUMA Capital, Surplus and Profits, $135,000.00 Commercial -:- -:- Savings LGLCLELEJJ s Southern Pacific Hotel j FRANK S. MING, Proprietor S RUN ON AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN us Dining Room Open 6 a. m. to 8 p. m. POPULAR PRICES Patronage of the General Public Solicited TO SUM UP All the advantages of using gas for light, heat and cooking is almost impossible. Increased con venience, lessened cost for" fuel, added safety, more cleanliness are only a few of them. But they alone should make you think seri ously of adopting gai. Do they? YUMA ELECTRIC A WATER COMPANY orders AL COURT Transportation Com panies to deliver Beer and Whiskey ordered from Schiller Brothers for Personal Use. No other concern has such an order. Mail us your orders today. Goods will go forward at once and we guarantee delivery. ner Beer THE BEST LAGER BEER YOU CAN BUY 7 120 SMALL OR Jrr Qf ML- 72 LARGE BOTTLES P Prizes do not include transportation charges "TIFFANY CLUB" WHISKEY A Gentleman's Drink Very old and very fine. Sold to you at Wholesale Prices 4 Qts. $5.00 8 Qts. $9.40 12 Qts. $13.85 MAIL US YOUR ORDERS TODAY. WE WILL SHIP IMMEDIATELY SCHILLER BROTHERS DEPT. E, KANSAS CITY, MO. Dsafness Jan not BeCured oy local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi tion of the mucous lining of the Eusta chian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfec hearing, and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result, and unless the in flammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condi tion of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists. 75c. Tufce Hall's Family Pills for conatlpatlou Forty postcards free with your sub scription at the Examiner office. Bowel Complaints in India In a lecture at one of the Des Moines, Iowa, churches a missionary from India told of going into the in terior of India, where he was taken sick, that he had a bottle of Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with him and believed that it saved his life. This remedy is used successfully in India both as a preven tive and cure for cholera. You may know from this that it can be edpeud ed upon for the milder forms of bowel complaint that occur in this countrj Obtainable everywhere. Subscribe for the Examiner J Globe-Democrat.