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YUMA DAILY EXAMINER
(Member Associated, Press) A. Thinking Paper for Thinking People Established March 17, 190C W. H. SHOREY Editor and Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATE PER YEAR ?6.00 Entered, at Yuma, Ariz., as Becond class mail. Published dally, except Sunday. BARD INTER-OCEAN Established January 20, 1911 SUBSCRIPTION RATE PER YEAR, $2.00 Entered at Hard, Imperial Co., CaUf.. as second-class mail. Published Fridays. ARIZONA SENTINEL--YUMA SOUTHWEST Established November, 1870, by Jas. Barney and Judge Wm. J. Berry; purchased 1875 by John W. Dorring ton, who relinquished to W. H. Shorey on July 1, lf11; published for 45 years without missing an issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATE PER YEAR, 2.C0 Entered at Yuma, Yuma Co., Ariz., as second-class mail. Published on Thurndays. CALLS MEXICANS TO NATIVE COUNTRY FOR STATE SENATOR WINSOR We are authorized to an nounce Mulford Winsor as a candi date for the State Senate, subject to the will of the Democratic party at the approaching primary election. ' Eliseo Arredondo, ambas sador of the defacto Mexican government to Washington is calling upon citizens of his country in cities of the South west to return to their coun try as a measure of safety in view of the strained relations between Carranza and this country. This makes it look as i there would be a scrap, al .though it is only what the administration at washing ton has been telling Ameri can citizens in Mexico for the past several years. As a call to strictly Mexi can citizens it is a matter o ordinary diplomatic proced ure and nobody should fee bad about it. The call might as well be heeded also, how ever, by any Spanish-Ameri can hyphenates who are not satisfied with life in the good old U. S. A, as it is lived. We believe that there are few such. WILSON IS GUILTY It is charged by the Ger man-American propagandists that President Wilson is i nativist, says theTucson Star It is useless for Democrats or Americans to deny it. They had best meet the is sue bravely, urge any plausi ble explanations which they may and throw themselves on the mercy of the country. In bringing this charge the German - Americans have found the president's most vulnerable spot. There is documentary evidence to support the charge, so it will be seen that Democrats, and Americans, would be wasting time and exposing them selves to foreign ridicule if they sought to disprove the charge. A nativist, it appears, is an American who believes in American institutions and who prefers them frankly to the kultur of any foreign na tion. He gives his allegiance to no country except Ameir ca. He insists that a citizen cannot be loyal to America if he does not hold that the in terests of America are first to be considered. He be lieves that Americans are eng titled to exercise rights which are accorded them by the law of nations. Wilson stands convicted of all these things. The case of the German-Americans is complete. Not only is he a nativist, but he is an anti hyphenate, so it will be seen that his crime has been de liberate. It is true, however, that there are extenuating cir cumstances. For instance, he was born in the United States, so his offensive poli tical beliefs might be said to be the product of environ ment, of example. Perhaps he was deluded by Teading the history of the United States, showing that patriots, or nativists, prefer red death, chains and slav- r ' J ; j.1 ery to foreign aomiiiaiiun and took the hazard with eng thusiasm. Perhaps he was carrier away by the fatuous speech of Patrick Henry At anv rate, it must appear tO fair-minded men that the DONOVAN We are authorized to an- president Under the CirCUm- nounce J. A. Donovan of Yuma val tnnrpt; i? entitled to a ' ev as a candidate for the office of trial before the jury Of t sheriff of Yuma county subject to . . 11- the indorsement of the Democratic American pUO.lU voters of the county at the primary election to be held on September nAurcATtftfA TS A R OT TNT) 12, 1916 PEG IN A SQUARE HOLE FOR COUNTY TREASURER RILEY We are authorized to an nounce Walter D. Riley, of Yuma, as a -candidate for County Treasurer of Yuma county, subject to the eng dorsement of the Democratic voters of the county at the primary election to be held ou September 12, 1916. PDLIT GAL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SHERIFF GREENLEAF We are authorized t announce Sheriff Mel Greenleaf for re-nomination, subject to the will of the Democratic primary election. Genearl Carranza has tri fled over-long with a matter which he is not big enough to understand or to manage and now he finds himself confronted with the ultimate aspect of it and he must de cide for the generations ol Mexicans. If he makes war upon the United-States he will rob that European mon arch of the title of The Big gest Fool in Chritsendom." Unfortunately, his previous actions do not give assurance that he is not deliberately a candidate for the honor. The regret is that he has placed himself in the position where he must answer for all Mexico. It is criminal that he and his subordinates .have told the oeoole of Mexico that Americans are cowards, that England has already pro tested against American in tervention in Mexico and that Latin-America will stand with Carranza. Mexico has been dieted on lies for a conflict that can mean only the deepest humil iation for Mexico. For Car ranza it will mean loss of po sition and prestige for if war comes it will not be Carranza that will emerge the chief imong the chiefs. War will only reveal his utter incapa city for position and leave him shorn of every peacock Feather which has been his orincipal appeal to Mexicans. However, Carranza is only an incident. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY WUPPERM AN We are authorized to announce H. Wupperman of Yuma as a candidate for County Attorney of Yuma county, subject to the eng dorsement of the Democratic voters of the county at the primary election to be held on September 12, 1916 EVANS We are authorized to an nounce Pierce Evans of Yuma as a candidate for County Attorney of Yuma county, subject to the endorse ment of the Democratic voters of the county at the primary election to be held on September 12, 1916 FOR COUNTY SUPERVISOR ELLIOTT We are authorized to an nounce F. E. Elliott of the Crane precinct, Yuma valley, as a candi date for the office of county super visor of Yuma county, subject to the endorsement of the Democratic voters of the county at the primary election to be held on Sept. 12, 1916. STURGES We are authorized to an nounce W. W. Sturges of Yuma as a candidate for County Supervisor, subject tothe endorsement of the Democratic voters at the primary election to be held Sept. 12, 1916. SHANSSY We are authorized to. announce J. H. Shanssy as a candi date for the office of County Super visor of Yuma county, subject to the indorsement of the Democratic voters of the county at the primary election to be held Sept. 12, 1916. m m FOR COUNTY RECORDER HODGES. We are authorized to an nounce James T. Hodges, of Yuma? as a candidate for the office of County Recorder of Yuma county, subject to the indorsement of the Democrats of the county at the pri mary election to be held on Sept. 12, 1916. WINN We are authorized to an nounce Rosser I. Winn, of Yuma, as a " candidate for the office of county recorder of -Yuma county, subject vto the indorsement of the Democrats of the county at the'pri mary election to be held on Septem ber 12, 1916. MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OH FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DWARDS We are authorized to an nounce James L. Edwards as a can didate for the office of Representa tive from Yuma county in the next legislature of Arizona, subject to the indorsement of the Democratic voters of the county at the primary election to be held on September 12, 1916. FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT ROSE We are authorized to announce Prof. H. W. Rose as a candidatefor the office of County Superintendent of Schools of Yuma county, subject to the endorsement of the Demo cratic voters of the county at the primary eelction to be held on Sep tember 12, 1916. MORROW. We are authorized to an nounce Miss Nora 'E. Morrow as a condidate for the office of County Superintendent of Schools of Yuma county, subject to the endorsement of the Democratic voters of the county at the primary election to be held on September 12, 1916. FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE J. C. JONES We are authorized to annbunce J. C. Jones of Yuma as a candidate for Justice of the Peace of Yuma precinct, subject to the eng dorsement of the Democratic voters at the primary election to be held on September 12, 1916. smith we are autnonzea to an nounce Charles M. Smith as a can didate for the office of Justice of the Peace of the Yuma precinct, subject to the indorsement of .the Republi can voters of the county at the pri mary election, to be held on Sep tember 12, 1916. FOR CONSTABLE, YUMA PRECINCT PURTELL We are authorized to an nounce A. E. Purtell as a candidate for the office of Constable of Yuma Justice District, composed of the voting precincts of Yuma Nos. 1, 2 and 3, and Crane and Blaisdell, sub ject to the indorsement of the Dem ocratic voters of the district at the I primary election to be held on Sep tember 12, 1916. FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR MING We are authorized to announce the name of County Assessor A. B. Ming for re-nomination to that of fice, subject to the will of the Demo cratic primary. for any contingency. every part of a man. Stand by your president; stand by your country, and don't be so narrow between the eyes that you can't see anything worthy jl emulation in tne man you oppose from a political standpoint. In a (By B. F. Fly) crisis like the one now confronting Mayor Thompson, of Chicago, is so us let s all stand shoulder to shoul- disloyalto this country as to declare atiI- " patient; be numane; be just; hat President Wilson's order to mobi- out aoove au "ngs try in every lize all the state guards is "cheap wa uiat vou Know now t0 keep our nnlitics." A man who wnnld irivR nt- country out of an unholy and unneces terance to such an expression at this sarv war critical period in our controversy with 11 unnappny we are torced into war, Mexico is not half as loyal to the because of such idiotic fools as Mayor Stars and Stripes as were the half Thompson and irresponsible Mexicans lozen anarchists who were hanged in acrss the line, then let's all be ready Chicago for inciting ignorant people o riot and other crimes. A good strong bunch of real Ameri can citizens should, take Mayor Thompson and all of his kind and nake examples of them. It is just such talk as given utter ance to by Mayor Thompson that has caused foreign nations to think the United States as a whole does not uphold the president.' If the same expression were uttered in England, Germany, France, Aucsria, Italy or Russia, the man so uttering it would be taken out and shot within an hour thereafter. It is almost time for Uncle Sam to deal out a few doses of the same kind of medicine, and the sooner it is done the better this country will be. Nor am I saying this simply because I favor President Wilson's re-election I was just as loyal to Roosevelt arid just as loyal to Taft as I am now loypj to Wilson, for after a presidential election the man who wins the race is MY PRESIDENT, even though I may not have voted for him. With me it is: "My country, right or wrong, my country all the time." Let those of us here in Yuma who OF EL PASO TELLS ILL BE EL PASO, June 23. Tom Lea mayor of El Paso, issued a statement last night in which he urged the peo ple of the city to remain calm m this crisis. He said: "The military and civil authorities have made every preparation to pro tect El Paso in any eventuality and no cause for alarm should be found in the reported engagement between American and Mexican forces at Car-rizal. "Business is progressing in the nor mal way and there is absolutely no cause for apprehension for the safety of any person in this city." DISTILLED WATER We have installed a complete plant ror distilled water. The water -is double-distiHed, perfectly pure, and is free from any sediment vegetable matter or any other substance. A pure drinking water that is recom mended for family use and convales cents. Yuma Ice Company. tf YUMA THEATRE TUESDAY, JUNE 27 'PREPAREDNESS: OR, THE BAT TLE CRY OF PEACE" CLASSIFIED M WANTED TO BUY A Second hand touring car. Submit in writing the model and price for cash. Address B, Yuma Examiner office. S2-S5-p FOR RENT Furnished, single bed .rooms. Mrs. Bennett, 445 First avenue. Sl-6-p !fi The Man With a Growing Bank Ejj Account J even thiugh it be small, has a great advantage over the man who carries his earnings in his pocket and makes jio systematic effort to save. "The mill will never grind with the water that UC has passed." The money you spent is .gone. The onyl way to be assured of independence after your earning days are over is 1 to start a bank account and add to it regularly. MS THE FIRST .NATIONAL BANK OF YUMA Capital, Surplus and Profits, $135,000.00 Commercial -:- -:- Savings southern Pacific Hotel! FRANK S. MING, Proprietor RUN ON AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN IE , Dining Room Open 6 a. m. to 8 p.m. B ffi POPULAR PRICES , g jjj Patronage of the General Public Solicited uj TO SUM UP All tho 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 adopUng gas. Do they? YUMA ELECTRIC & COMPANY WATER orders panies to asportation Com deliver Beer and iskey ordered from 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. FOR RENT Two rooms, for light housekeeping: screen porch; light! and water furnished; $12.00 per month. "SeeShorey About It." FOR RENT Two rooms, for light; housekeeping; screen porch; light and water furnished; $12.00 per month. "SeeShorey About It." THE BEST LAGER BEER YOU CAN BUY PAF 120 SMALL OR $7 Qfl W-OH 72 LARGE BOTTLES p.lU Prices 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. FOR SALE Horses; Karr & Kester 32-tf Mrs. Irving Lovejoy deft yesterday for San Diego, with Mr. and Mrs. Will R. Huss, by the overland route. want to serve our country best, act SCORES FOR SALE Player-piano, music cabi net, settee, library table, bookcase, rockers, rugs, bedroom furniture, FOR SALE cot and mattress, refrigerator buffet, dining table and chairs, range, heater, dishes, cooking utensils, etc., saddle horse, saddle and bridle. Must sell at once. I. H. Hayes, at Custom House. S1-S6-P 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, cah or payments. Mrs. John Newman, Palm Rooming House, 177 North Main street. 54-lm 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 SOO-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- Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There Is only one way tp 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 Imperfect 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 Collars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that, cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Bend for circulars, free. ' F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio. Sold by Druggists. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pilla for constipation.