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STRICKEN AT TRAGIC DEATH OF LORD KITCHENER (By Associated Press) LONDON, June 30. Perhaps none outside his immediate family was more grief-stricken at the news of. Lord Kitchener's tragic death than Queen Alexandra. The attentiveness of the soldier to the queen-mother had long been notable, and there was a very strong bond of sympathy between these two, undoubtedly two of the loneliest figures prominent in contem porary London. Indeed there was something pa thetic in the lonely bachelorhood of the war secretary, who occasionally to his intimates dropped remarks bearing on his lack of home and near relations. Not a week passed during the war in which he has not paid a visit to Marlborough house, where he would remain for long visits with Queen Alexandra, and come away with a long list of those combatants of whom her friends had made special inquiries. However pressing the de mands of the campaign on the vari ous fronts, he would always return within a few days with the desired in formation. Lord Kitchenerhad promised to be the queen-mother's guest during the coming summer at Sandringham. He constantly had ladies to lunch at his seat in Kent, Broome Hall, near Can tenbury, on Sundays, and would show them how he was developing his gar dens and dilate to them on the beau ties of his china. Younger women were conspicuous by their absence at these times, the guests being chiefly peeresses and experts on gardening as well as the wives of men who had served under him in various cam paigns. At York House, St. James' Palace, he gave a number of dinner parties to men only, the miiltary element be ing not always conspicuous at these. He liked doctors, though cared noth ing for actors or musicians. Several of the higher clergy in London eng Joyed his friendship and hospitality. Lord Kitchener was personally well known to the owners of many of the more expensive curiosity shops in London. He would bargain over pur chases, but did not possess the com mercial sense, and in the end would always pay a good price, unusally on his own initiative. The dealer gener ally received a check the day after delivery, the check being quite often post-dated a month or two. PLAY UNDER COTTONWOODS. (By B. F. Fly.) Collector Dick Stanton had one "sliped over" on him the other day, for a real theatrical performance was pulled off right here in Yuma and he didn't know anything about it, else he would have demanded the usual fee. The stage was set under a big spreading cottonwood tree in the back yard of the Idlwilde. The audience consisted of everybody occupying an apartment in that homelike establish ment. If you don't believe it, "see Shorey about it." The purely original program, passed out to the invited guests, read as follows: Program. Little Jack Horner Harold Shorey Sweet and Low (song) .Helen Kimbro Living Statues ...Ethel Shorey and Helen Kimbro Agnes, I Love You James Turner See-Saw Waltz. . .Ethel Mayne Shorey Play "Hit Aunt's Visit" Richard Smith James Turner Aunt Sue Helen Kimbro Aunt Nell Ethel Mayne Shorey James, the butler Harold Shorey The play was written by little Miss Ethel Mayne Shorey, and the product of her own. imagination. It was not only rich, but laughable. The audi ence aplauded the. young actors and actresses to their heart's content. Though the theater itself was the open yard, and the arm chairs con sisted of the grass and sod, the per formance was hugely appreciated, even if it was something like 100 where the audience sat. To make up for this, however, the young folks pro vided a bucket full of cooling lemonade. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O SPECIAL SALE. O O - O O Sangulnetti has bought the O O "Moser grocery stock at a big re- O O duction and will close out the en- O O tire stock regardless of cost. No O O telephone orders. Sale starts O O Saturday morning, July 1, at the O O old stand. Everything must be O O sold at once. No deliveries. O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO FOUR COLUMBUS RAIDERS PAY PENALTY WITH LIVES (By Associated Press) DEMING, N. M.. June 30 Four Co lumbus raiders here awaiting deatl were hanged in the county jail here this morning. The men were hanged in pairs. Eu sevio Renteria and Taurino Garcia, the first pair, lived twenty minutes. Jose Rangel and Juan Castillo died instant ly. Jose Rangel, was all calm and collected and smoked a cigarette while the noose was being adjusted. Garcia alone spoke, saying "I hope God will forgive my enemies.'' LEGAL NOTICE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF YUMA COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA Fidelity Title Guaranty Company, plaintiff, vs. Arizona-Texas Mining and Milling Company, John C. Ott, W. L. Baker, C. H. Wilkinson, T. Collier, and William Murphy, and Mel Greenleaf, sheriff, defendants. Action brought in the Superior Court of Yuma County, State of Ari zona, and the complaint filed in said County of Yuma, in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court. In the name of the State of Arizona, to Arizona-Texas Mining and Milling Company, John C. Ott, W. L. Baker, C. H. Wilkinson, T. Collier, and William Murphy, and Mel Greenleaf, defendants, Greeting: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to appear in an action brought against you by the abover named plaintiff, in the Superior Court of Yuma County, State 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 taken against you. Given under my hand and the seal of the Superior Court of Yuma Coun ty, State of Arizona, this 29th day of April, 1916. H. B. FARMER, (Seal) Clerk of said Superior Court. Arizona Sentinel; first publication on June 8th; last publication, July 6. 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 Iain'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 edpend ed upon for the milder forms of bowel complaint that occur in this country Obtainable everywhere. Arizona Let us ship your liquor wants. We gaurantee delivery of your order or money refunded. WINES - BEERS - LIQUORS Imperial Vineyards S. S. ItlGEI, Proprietor 108 W. 7th St, Los Angeles, Cal. 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The experience of many Yuma residents, expressed publicly through newspapers and other sources, places Doan's Kidney Pills on a fir mfoundation here. .Mrs. Peter Aune, Fourth street, Yuma, says: "At times my back ach ed terirbly and I had pains across my hips. I was weak and had a heavy feeling across my loins, especially in the morning. Doan's Kidney Pills proved to be all that was claimed for them and soon cured me." Price 50" cents at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that cured Mrs. Aune. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. TODAY Norma Talmadge in "The Cnildren in the House," a 5-reel Fine Arts drama; also "The Lion and thee Girl,'' a 2-reel Keystone comedy. SUNDAY William Farnum in "The Man of Sorrow.'' A loud speaking tlephone has been adapted to the use of store window demonstrators, enabling them to talk to the crowds that asemble to watch them. Rev. Smith of the Valley Batpist church telephoned the Examiner lat this afternoon that services for the coming Sunday will be of the usual splendid interest and at the usual hours. (By Associated Press) NEW YORK, June 30. Hans Tau scher, former German officer, was to day acquitted of a conspiracy to dy namite the Welland canal in Ontario, Canada.