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Yuma Examiner (Newspaper) - August 28, 1913, Yuma, Arizona YUMA, ARIZONA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON', AUGUST 28, 1913. VOLUME XVII. NUMBER 141. FOURTH PUCE FOR L. ft. TRIBUNE SMS WELL VEILED PHOENIX, Aug. plac At last the Yuma bridge has a friend In Los Angeles. The Tribune comes out today witU a, splen- did argument for the immediate Con- struction of tliis much needed bridge So far as The Examiner can recall, the Tribune is the first Los Angelch- newspaper to come out definitely for this other newspapers contending themselves by remaining passive, or by out and out declaring for Los Angeles support for a ondg ul Needles. Yuma has n good booster at Los Angeles In George Mlcbelsen, of (hi Yuma National Bank, and president o the Yuma Commercial Club, who lef for the Angel City lust night. Mr Michelson stated to The Examiner bo- fore leaving Hint he intended to work on the bridge matter for the nexi couple of weeks. The money must be raised by Sep- tember Knli (not October 1) In order to get the Imperial county The moiicv will be Included in Hie hnperial county tax levy if more Is raised by the coast cities. Afler Sep- tember Kith miy money from Imperial county must come from private sub- scription. As stated in a telegram from Dr. Ap.lohn at San Diego, published in Tuesday's Kxuminer, and from othci sources of Information, there Is little doubt that will be ready be- fore September Ifilh, and the work on the Yuma bridge wil begin soon thereafter. The Tribune has the following Los Angeles, San Diego and Riverside Counties Duty-Bound to Aid Project -If Riverside and San Diego counties'will raise and subscribe it, Southern California will have u bridge across the Colorado river for general traffic that will bring tens of thousands of automobiles into tliis section and that practically will assure the early construction of the ocean-lo-oeemi highway, which has so longj been discussed mid which is so popular a project. The crossing ol the Colorado at Yuma is unprovided for. and as it Is vital to Hie highway enterprise friends of Hie latter are now- taking an active interest, in the work toward getting the bridge built. "The federal, government has appro- priated toward this bridge Arizona and more IE needed. "Imperial county has promised raise which is a large amount of money for a young and sparsely settled country. A friend of the high way movement has promised If the rest Is raised, and this means that from some source or other must be forthcoming. "Th" proposed ocean to-ocean high- way runs through Imperial River- Fide toward Los Angeles, and another road Is being built to connect the imperial with Snn It Is believed, therefore, that, if this money is to be raisod it must come frrfm the Hire" counties named, to be audcd lo th" subMTiption promised by imperial conniv. bill was presented at Hi" last session nf the ligislainr- I" "il- npprnprlMinc aw nils s cnnlrib'iiinn. but the bill whil" H was did not meet wlh th" govern or's approval. The one third this slate ed on In tliel finni Mini" oilier source M'.ti nf 'ho l.n> Cnlmn-YuniR Ocean to Ocean Says the El Centra Press: Three carloads of grading outfit be- longing to Kouuri bherer Cu., for use in building the San Diego and Ari- zona railroad from the present term! HUB west of Dixieland to a point four miles west of Coyote Wells, arrived this morning, and men are here lo gel the outfit on the ground at mice. While the present contract calls for but ten miles to be built this year, the fact that work Is begun so early In Hie season is taken a sprobable evidence that supplemental contracts will be let and the road pushed into the iiionii :alns before next summer. The vigorous policy which the rail road company has shown of lute in crowding construction west of tin mountains and the promise of comple lion of I lie road In time for the expo sllion In San Diego are taken as sup porting evidence In favor of cuniim ous work ul thin end. The contract culls for beginning ol work Sept ember 1, but It bad not beet expected here thai work would begii promptly on time, an there is a dh position to hold up such work for lln cooler weather, lint It now looks as though the work would begin on the dot of lime. TRIBUTE TO PIONEER NEWSPAPER PRESS oooooooooooooooor o c O SOME GOOD HABITS C O C ooooooooooooooooo The first newspaper press brought into the great Southwest and the first one used In the stale of Arizona, hah been presented to the I'loneers' Socle ty of tills state. The story of the oh pi-ess Is told in (he following from Hie Tucson Star: The first priming press ever use more national guardsmen to drnw from. In event so far held Ihe Arl team has been within (he monev II has taken no first bill consistent slmollng Ihe Arizona bo.Vf iro making n wonderful record. The big mulch, In which all Hie lib learns lake pan, Is to be held lomor row. The are confident th.-r they will be a.....ng the lenders. The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The habit of work, habit of honesty, habit of attention, habil of politeness, habit happiness, habil of usefulness, habit of cleanliness, habit of promptness, habit of appreciation, habit of thoroughness, habil of thoiightfnlness. habit of accomi'llshment. habil of correct speaking, habit of neatness in wyrk. habit of enjoyment in work, habit of telling the exact tr ith Dongal Mclntyre eiime IIOIIIM yeslcr iv at'ler un nbsenee of u year. II1 lias heen In the employ of the South ern Pacific In San .loes. The HI Ceiilro Press says that the movements of the Constitutionalists nml Ihe federal forces Hist across Ihe International line today are veiled by the effort of both factions to maintain secrecy. It Is reported lhal HIM night the federals were reinlorced hv tin irrlval nf troops from Knsenada. bn those best Informed at Calexico admit that they cannot tell whether Hits i: true, as the troops would come from the south and would not he seen from this side nl Hie line, and tin Ir com ing would be us us possible. llerniird Levy, a Los Angeles news paper niiin, who attempted In find tin ('olisllliilloliiillsls yesterday, and win WIIH accompanied by .1. O. Maker, r, p resent Ing a San lilegn firm, fnnml A. M. Mill nml Melvln K. Memei have formed a purl nershlp In cngag' In the business of house and sign pulnl ing. They have rented the llnrrlngloi building on North Main sln-ci. small parly of men h'1 sought, ami while Iliiliei- escaped. Levy was hi-li eh'lil mid HMIII across HIM HUM 111 norntni; with lo keep oul This morning Hnre WMIM inpm-is nl h'snlhn-v III nil1 nil HIM I'. M ram-It in Vlevlcil, lull HIM was llnl then liown III Cah'Vlcii II was presumed lhal the leib-rals WMI-M mil alleiiipllnn ilone I'rospeclor. The press is a Washington, ami IF numbered It was brought to Tile sun ill IX 51 by Sylvehler Morrison li> gelling out The the first Kiiglisli puper of tin.' lerltory. After ward the- press was taken to TIH-MUI where Sidney de Long used II in pub lishliiK I he Afterward it was employed by gov- ernor L. Hughes in (he publication of The Star. In it was taken 'o Tombstone where il was used to get mil The Nugget, the first paper of the famous mining camp. Later it was ORDER OF SERVICES Thu Christian Science Society nl Hard, Cal.. will hold the usual services next Sunday at 11 a. m In Sams' hull The lesson sermon "ill be' from tin Christian Sciem ipiarlerly, th" sub iccl being "Chrlsi Jesus." Th" read ing will he from Hi" HH'I" Christian Hcieni-" leMhook "Sclenci URGE FARMERS TO EXHIBIT AT THE PIIOKN1X, Aug. 28. FarnierH stockmen, pnulonicii and vi'ii''able gradtiers should all ink...... activ part in fairs and help I.....ake I hem n success by exhibiting Hi" best have, put up In as neat and aUrai-liv, condition as possible. More land wll be brought under cultivation Snore poultry rnised and better stod produced by reason of the lair. and bus been inli-resting. only as I rieeless relic. Tucson people will he r.lad to hat Hie old press Is sale ami in Ihe cil.v. mid the graceful id of Colonel lialllch in presenting I in Hi" PioiiMi-rs' Society, where I be wilmsseil by every visitor I he city, will be appreciated b> eu-r; body In th" Old I'ueblo." lo locate (he enemy and had discover- ed a party of them, though this Is a mailer of conjecture only. Tin u no word fror.i t'nited authorities whether troops are to be ,'in lo Calexico to look afler Amer- ican interests along the border, though the people near Ihe border are still Irving lo secure protection. Laic Ihlh afternoon people arriving here from Packard, below the line said Unit the farmers down there are moving everything' of value to this side of Ihe line, not so much because of fear of the revolutionists as be- cause (hey look for American Inter- VMnlinn. (ieorge A. Long. William Dranden- bi'i'g and other Americans are cited an among those who are moving their outfits to this side. It is further stnted that as near as can be ascertained, there are but eighty of the constitutionalists on A statement miule today was that Hi" body of the Mexican cavalry 'officer who was shot at Sharp's head- Ing has uoi been taken cure of by the who apparently are afrak 1 hi even go out to bury the dead. Iti'V. .1 W. nl' HIM Methodist i-hiireh. "ill return "'nni Long lleucli. Cal., prior In Snmlin ami III" ri'gulur snriici's will b" hi'ld lures." The Wnlncsdas evening lesl iinnnlal meetings are held on ill" and third Wcdncsdav eiciilngs of mouth, the III-M .......Hug being Wednesday evening' Yunia frlendi. The Sunday school has been running (luring 11.....ntire absence of the pastor ami il will meet at 10 o'clock Sunday i.....-niug. as usual. Subject for con- ,l n.....hurch at II a. m. .....1 a! s I slderutlon Is "Israel at ML ami at HIM Valley Metlmdisl I found In KxodiiM. Chapter 19, veraea j I in .1. inclusive. If yon are not IM eiiy atlemling Sunday school and services n i.il forj elsewhere, vim are friends .if the', ami strangers --most cordially Invited. line her'in spend these hours with us in the oooooooooooooooo o O AMUSEMENTS C O C ooooooooooooooooo THE YUMA THEATRE -Th" Crlm Toll nl a Kiilem picture- wiih bcsl achni will DIM lit III" Yuma Turn 111 nrifni THI-m A RFfllrN IIILm HLL pictur- and ............J romance running Hard InlMiOce..... In addilinn. ".loe Vedder's Daughier." an interest im: drama: "I'-kln. hlna. Mr. Mayo from Hi" cnns a f- w ago ami said: "Why, you doii'i know what a gnnd clllniil" fn Is working on tin- pmii Th" mnney appropriated by the ernmenl and by Arizona must be aiig menled by III" addilinn nf i.iinlbi-r 5- I nun b.'fnt" 'h" first of (Idnber or the whole enlerpris" falls. through, and lot that reason Mr Miichell Is to M'cur" Hi" miii-y. or Inward the amnunl as soon as "At presenl an fi-rry sys leni Is provided for aiiinlsts and l-ams lers at Vunia. but .1 now bridge I- ul indl-p-n-ubl" if th" Ih" iM-t Is In that V fn I Angeles ami San I'icgo in 1'H I. and ..Mi-Cl.lllv III P.'l.'.." bills yet prndnci'd. AT THE WIGWAM Tin- current program of Ih" popular are living In. Il is cold and daini Mi..re. nnd our cllmal" IIIIH HiHr'H VMsld-dav and has Us chief aitradlon i w-s vcrv i-l-id t" ''ack Will Watson, "Th" HI. :id will "..ndsi 'if iiamp.foiW country. 'he Mrs Mnise armed at Itnrd of most ,-leiu HHK- Pel S.Mirdav fnm a vmll with Mi show n in a I. ...a I Hieati" at I.-- ndvlsi-d 'I he two Am. u .in L. I. h, her inmc down "For ll-.-r where il was hot vou simply could s.nrv o fan opium fieml. Is n drama f, 'She has of Int. am. slailhn, II' M I." I 1 i __ _ V: in th'i- M frn-tel" ami Inld He-m that v r is fine and rv H.iich I'lr't :i an.l p.lllvV lli.noMiinon." complete tin- .rnirram ini'i-i in this harbor that the war vessels nf the Pacific siiuadron come for tar firs, nf -ail with their big guns, and enas, nnilh nf the .'an- th- h.rpcdo fleet of the Pacific ama camil. dnubil-s, will hair ll.o submarine fighting vessels, and honnr and HIM glnly nl a i the mn of HIM world, soon the official opening ol III" "anal. Th" San Kxposiimn ineni is respmisibl" for the which has now resulted In delmili- aiinnnncemcnl lhal Hi" [MS of Ihe of Ih" ivivernnienis I III" wnrld that maintain naviMS will In- linlh'd In com" i" S.m Die''.! on llnarii a wan-hip, .ind I1-'11 1n Ih" greutesi p.igeani th. wo.-ld bus i'M'1- seen. San IHegii has a h .rbo1' of siifficieni i propnriinns in conl.ini an Illlelise fleet as IhK elelll will c.lil-.'i assemble here, ami all ciunli'iou> I are -el'1 Yesierday M o clock: t> h was S7 with may be flu....: "'Ullivo at the W.gwam Theatre To.
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