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   Yuma Examiner (Newspaper) - August 22, 1913, Yuma, Arizona                             VOLUME XVII. NUMBER 13C. Yl'MA. ARIZONA, FItlUAV AFTER.SO OX, Al'GUST HMIi. ARIZONA SBNTINKb FOUNWBB San Diego's Public Spirited Methods Sure to Be Winner in Long Run LOS ANGELES METHODS WILL SURELY LOSE DOT Tlmt San Diego has adopted a win- ning public policy every one iu Yuma believes; tune alone will tell just what broad and businesslike methods will do for tliat thriving city. It public sentiment will gve San Uiego the peo pie and the business, then San Diego will win. Of th'ese facts the Examiner feels certain and in Ihis belief we an not alone, for other newspapers voice the same sentiment. The Imperla Press, editorially, has the followiiu to say; "Few people can full to be Impressed will) the distinctive difference be- tween the general policy of An- geles and Sim Diego. Each city is ambitious to fill a large place In tin1 DEMENTED WIFE LEAVES ON FAST S. P. FIGHT HUSBAND FOLLOWS HER FROM YUMA COUNTY TO TUCSON AND LOCATES HER IN COMPANY OF TWO MEXICAN GIRLS IN THAT CITY; DUVALL THINKS THAT HIS WIFE IS DEMENTED, BUT HOPES THAT SHE WILL BE BETTER VERY SOON. Delsitule, without money ami wilh naliim, say'nn; Hial they bail funml out friends, -Mr. and Mrs. Charley her :ii Hie he.......if n negro wlmsi JJuvull of Tacna were Htramlecl in wife had liiKen her In and ihey fell Tucson yesterdayy, says the Tucson Unit (bey eoulil taUe care of her bet. Citizen. After one of the strangest ler. Mrs. Duviill so thai which u husband ever followeil she could not explain anything whii'l races after a wife. liail passed, and she lias remained thai Duvall Is a truck walker for I he way ever since. Southern Pacific at Tacna. Sunday Duvall was In Ihe depths of Irouhh future, und each has formulated a morning Mrs. Uuviill was with yesterday. He was glad Unit lie Inn distinct policy 111 the work of city making. "In the case of Los Angeles the pol- icy is to devote every energy within the corporate limits, expecting lu com- n-l the surrounding country to coim icre because of the city's dimensions. ,onie unaccountable impulse and ii: found his wife lint the advcntiin h.ii1 'a temporary abberntion decided In left him penniless, lie snld: leave home. Taking In money. "1 have nu money left; I have all that was in I lie house, she left wilh Ihe company, bill 1 cannot get work, and boarded n frioght train lo v, iih me anil no one knows me. I'el Sintlnel. Hero she took a passenger hups I ran gel ii tomorrow and ihen "The San Diego policy is to become .....1V a big factor in the building of the sur- the train a, 'I ucson and wan- Duvall Iron, hicago am b dered about the streets, saying lo lion, an He wai employees al Ihe Kspee station Ilia, much won led lor tear Hi: she was going nn lo Texas. and found the lillle III months old lie said: child crying because Its mamma had "We never had any I rouble; bill m> gone. lie left the child In care of folks did not waul me lo inari.v some neighbors and slarled MIII Imv.-ill .link- his wi ately on hs wife's Iraik. He arrived hill hopes lhal she will be heller ver; on No. li> in Tucson Mond.i. He l.. ili.il il... and looked about town all day. In Un- n.-ver had any Iroulde and he en. evening lie found In r walking on rounding country, leaving Ihe city to develop its large- proportions because it is a factor in Ihe whole greal scheme for making "real. South west. "In illustration of this, Los Angeles has of late developed a new organiza- tion, and as in the past, there Is no thought of Inylni; the foundations ol ihe city deep in the great indusmil development of tin- Southwest. Then Is In Ihe scheme no recognition of the fact that a greal ciiy is o! necessity the point of concentrntion of Ihe en- ergies of a greater productive- couniry the meeting place of the centripetal forces of great enterprises. Los An gelcx evidently conceives a city from which all things must radiate, like the warmth and light that flows from tin sun. "The people of San Diego, however realize that, if they are to make n city they can only do so through outer the life and activity of o.-.e: I here ,s ou-ry evidence ha, Mima communities, and hence they lircjoas, of Yuma. a few Idg ,mmw reading out witli a railroad to lap Im hack Ynina's laig.-M and most pprlal Valh-y. Arizona. Ihe head of the a bii; lilt. Cnlf of ralifornhi. and running down tin! we-st coast of Mexico, opening n great avenue for commerce: they an Teaching inn with niiotomohile Mexican in no oilier but her miiid LOCAL HAPPENINGS 10. Snyder, tin.1 automobile nuin is in Los Angeles. F. It. Ingle, of I In- Y llar.lwai. Co., is llOlne from Sun DicgO. THE LACK OF CAUSE OF H. V. Haron, engineer of the U. S. j Aside from the Inconvenience that discouraged and leave. The best tilling U. S., is home from bis vacation. 1., experknee for any city is a great plenty nt houses for all who wish to come .ind Mi.-. Lucille (larland has gone Ii Los Angi-les fur a two weeks vacation Johnson, of the Yuma Hard ware ('n., leaves for I While Yuma has as yet no recoirl Jin.'. the l-in rh a i iher, built iluriim Hnlicrt (larner. of the Yuma Nation practically no liour.es ler rent In the last year, whatever the number Yuma will cause cash loss t ou, I had no idea Ki ,.p up ihe high moral standard I was to be called away on -o hoi l Tin- and von will be a mdice I was lour and nirhi rival factor in ilic uplift of your peo- on the mad. and u h. n I n-ai hcd in Yuma an.I In the sl-ii-> of bin. I am as well. No section in the is much impr.ned I'nled Slates offers better induce- MI present, nieiiis than yours. Keep up the good Hope von Mini all your loved ones roads a, ajiy cost, (iood roads and aie in i.....d health. No rain here to, moials are essential to n great three noiiths. no crops worih men country. Faithfully yours, Had C. L. HAHNKS. its former a Charlie Sam. tin- onl> whii. al the Slag I'nfe tod'i> into this valley and elsewhere to the same end; they are rullivallr.i; inn "idnlon lhal a rr.-a. sulk- !.ad nn i uncovered there n-ei-iiih and I'M- -old The La Forinna mine the new nn I'-ii the l.a l''inMMia eompiiny has v. hi1- ol wal-i Inr i-.eneial use. These lii-ing nink now lo a d- plh ol I the Soiilliern I'ltrllie al that place. Kanion Villa, ot the Ham Meri-an Hi.- Co.. tell lasi nn In tor San lie, narilllio where hi-. pleceeded him. and when- ih.-v e.-t lo remain Ani'oli-H ol STATE IS male relationship wilh the people of Imperial Valley. Yuniii Valley, Salt I'hej- Valley .-ind oilier sections of ll-.e final Southwest on a basis of friend liness. and because of what lias a! ore av> four lo hiindr A i San l-'ranciseo eapilali.-.is .1.1" I Alla-ll Milllesladl. l-lopllel r Yllillll HollKe. do. illll In 1 L 1 live a b.H helnr life Illllcl, longer ;i1 level all.I lor (iahestol "re no end of ore. :o ii In said u wiM come- 'ion- the .-lehratn.n ot u In ,hos when l.a Foruiiia lo link I.e. Ii Tin- Mf.ii-.o has six of the same calibar. ills- Soiioia is assisting its neghborb ,1-n in tin- way of furnishing arms, am- munition mid prm isions to the Con- trol of the camp will ve-iy a camp. Tom liarl n oil.er g.iod spoils maintained a h.'is< I..Ml team al.d w lltl Vnin rcndy been done In this Foinma on ill- map again, n nine persons out of ten In Imperial ;ras" Charlie Sam will Vallev will todav go out of their way eompanv giill as he lonie rl- ..id. l-.r 1.......rs Also. 1 mr.., -p-u l-'ortuiKi lo b.ill r: whtrever it is to show U..... I Hn- days when from f..... .'u n n went t.. l.a rem-e for San Die-go. in "r" ROBBERS GE! of .ll.-.ft ral" Tl... ronne.-tiiMi will, the Interior installed n telephom- line to Forlnna i-- rood .e-ws ind.....1. Uonalh.t fori-cs in Slnaloa and national imlcprlidellre holl.l.l.v. lie- wook a quan. .oidinr, to (he i oni liislmi MI plan-- yiv ninmunilion. a cannon and laid al ihe confoi e.nrc in i, ril U s were sent into Slnaloa. .Morels lo follow. isions have been sent lo Col Diaz, who is in the I'i. Id iii I'hilm.ihua l n.-tiire thai nine will have ileler.nneil on a military rovernor who will lake 'he lielitly, havini- Satnrdav inphllv th.-m any other America.) e-ity j iETO 1HniICHCITtDIC BIG 10MMOES ARE ft Ntl WtLlhll Ii mm IT ALL 10 CONGRESS TO BE BLOWN IN SOU II HLL IU UUIIUIILUU IU UL ULUIKII III UULII will be man. H Aus. -r Mat am! WASIHNCTON'. D I' WM-.OII annoumed The new ,-lav i., slated lhal ll (V ,ls ot COI OP ON detail the purpo- es of SAN FUAXC1SCO, AUK When l.i Mexico, and a Am ca-e of Drew Camin.-tli. note in r in III.- ll-i.-n- nnt with Maury who was found n-.-ni tin- pi--iid--ie Dio Mann while net. railed read hi' t.i''l loilav. .IndE" Van Fleet fiei ll over contr--- it i'- ael on fv-r trial next past two will blown w W.-IB bei.u: unloaded ln-re. I- In- noli in Si.r.o in i-Tid.n. Anvust aceoidmi: t  w j.., proportv n nl in Ihe liu.n ;m of s pound n t. ..aid one i.-ii-rber.-iinr> pe. ihaire hul wa: -ea niid.-r tin- commaiet ol cantaloupes were gtwvn Viii n c.imiiiis'-on on lhal d olflc.-rs not knowlnr. ilia- tl.-n .limn fabi-il. One is in to shir the order be wv< wnnli-'l The nun aric i.-d ol MH.I T Plan -.-Iv I. ft town in of t.ih. r of fnpt Inan Mi-riso I'yil h.is mm- of ;o wtnl, Hot New Magajiues at Shorey s. l   

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