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   Morning Sun, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1923, Yuma, Arizona                             SPOT COTTON: The mar. ket closed steady at net declines of 13 to SI points. YOHJME. H THE .110113136 SI'S, YUMA, AB1Z., SATCKIUY, APRIL 7. 1928 SCMBEB !S MAKING SURVEY OF YUMAPRO JECT Secretary Sends Repre- sentative To Look Into Cost Of Operation. George W. Arraljo, inspector of the Interior department, is in Yuma' ns the personal agent or representa- tive of Secretary of the Interior, Hu- bert Work. He comes to Yuma to niixie a complete survey of the Yu- ma 'project and particularly of the coat of operation of the project. The Secretary of the Interior is anxious tqVreau'ce 'the "cost of water to the land, .'owner's of the Project if any means'': can be found by which that desirable result can be achieved without interfering with tie success- ful operation of .the project. Mr Armljo will be in Yuma the remain- der of the month. He has a room at the Fort Yuma Indian school with a telephone In his room. Ho will be at reclamation headquarters every day after nine o'clock i? the morn- ing eicepl 'at 'such times as he is out looking over the project and checking" up Its calcf features.. .He wants'to meet with the Water Users 'Association und talk with them about their troubles and .the cost .of operation. He will be. glad to meet and talk with any water users, particularly If he has a griev- ance and has any practical sugges- tion as to better or more economi- cal methods of operation. Mr. Arnii- .'jo-attended: a meeting of the Yuma Chamber ot Commerce last evening and for two hours there was an infor- mal discussion of the problems--of the project and many suggestions a's.vtp taines .that have been done andi remedies that might better con- ditions. Mr. Armijo is in Yuma with an op.en mind. He .wants to find out the facts and figures of the Yuma' project and.to see if it.is pos- sible to -reduce the cost opera- tion of the project to the land own- Water users, will find him a .pleasant and agreable gentleman to -ineet..' be finishes his work in-Yuma Mr. Armiio will report directly to the.-.Secretary, 'of the Interior and it Is possible'that, great good tp.Ithe project will come out of 'his inspec- tion trip to Yuma. Libraries More Than of Books OIL Herrin Rioters Acquitted Yesterday SEVEN HOUR FREES HEN CREATING NAT! (By Associated Press) MARION. 111., April six Sours and 55 minutes today the jury In the Herrin riots case found, tut six defendants not guilty. Four in- structions were Kiveh to' the .jury by the court. Hopes for acquittal were rested in the alibis of the de- fense. Only.a few spectators were on hand when Dist. Atty. Otis Glenn rose to make the opening argu- ment for the state.. He asserted that the security- of homes rested upon the decision, in both city, home -and nation. He recounted the barbaric crime, the results of which he said were entirely futile. SERIAL STAR WILL BE WITH RADIO TRAIN Husband Murderess iNew Constitution Freed On Bond, As j Adopted By Clubs At Women Give Applause! Prescott Convention (By .Associated Press) (By Associated Press) Ariz., April worn- PRESCOTT. April Arizona en rose to their feet and cheered federation of woman's clubs at their when Jlrs. K. BIshotfhousen charged convention here today adopted a new with husband murder was set at constitution for the organization, as liberty on bond. She was. held tneir growth of late has been so ex- to appear in the superior court. tensive that they have had to ex- having slain her'husband In a. Pull- j pand to meet it. man car following a 'divorce decree! K. K.IL Western Wool Rates Be Announced Today (By Associated Fress) ATLANTA. Ga., April Thomas, announced that he will ren- der a decision on the K. K. K. case that has been before him at row's session. In the meantime the imperial palace is still in the hands; of Sheriff Lowry. j Women Students Excell j Men in Paying_Bills; (Bv Associated Press) WASHINGTON, April cal work and statistical research depend greatly upon adequate .'li- brary says Dr. E. A Ooldenweiser, statistician of the Fed- eral''Reserve Board. "The concep- tion of 'a library has shifted from that of-a collection of books to be jealously guarded to that of a means sssrs fRv Prass) LONDON, April professional function which the li- brarian performs, and there is great for the development of efficient sttndards of library service" Dr. Levin Glenn Swlggett, of the United States Bureau of Education says: public library has always exercised a moral force; it now must become a factor in the economic de- velopment of fie community. We are living in a business age, and librar- ians must respond to the needs characteristic of 'such an age." Will Be Probed CBy Associated Press) WASHINGTON, April rail- road rates and practices in regard "to wool shipments were ordered In- vestigated today, by the interstate commerce commission. One of the five meotines will be held in Phoe- nix on May 14.1 Arizona Golfers Have Class At Big Tourney (B1' Assocmtoa iress) PHOENIX, April C. L. Curry of. Tucson and Charles McArthur shared honors in the low scores at the country club today making the IS hole course in 75. Ruth Roland Heads Film FohVOn "Momus" Spe- cial Arriving Sunday. Accompanying- the .big "Momus" special radio train, that will arrive in Yuma Sunday afternoon about five o'clock, is Ruth Roland, heroine of the Pathe thrillers, who is going along to extend the.invitation to the. nation to visit Los Angeles in July for the Monroe Doctrine Cnntennial celebration to be held in conjunction with the American Historical Revue and Motion Picture .Exposition at the coast city. j Miss Roland; will extend the Invl-1 ration to the mayors of all cities I reached by the' Southern Pacific s.pe-1 ciai; and will broadcast from the. train transmitting station Informa-' lion to radio throughout the country. During tlie .half hour thai the train stops in Madison Avenue Miss -Roland will beou hand to re- ceive the public. From here the train Roes to New. Orleans where the 'excursionists will board the liner "Momus" for fte voy- age to to New York.' Upon arrival in 'the metropolis they will be wel- comed by Madge Bellamy, Thomas H: luce star. FADED APPEAL FOR POSTAL DEPT. (By Associated WASHINGTON. April oiljters of fraud through the mail, pis- promoters have filcjed over one hundred million dollars from inves- tors according reaching Postmaster General New today. The department .will move In the .most vigorous manner possible on. mat- ailusloued investors have petition- ed for redress. The frauds are al- lowed tn bare taken place during the last five years. Many companies have run their course leaving a half million stockholders to mourn their losses. WARNING GIVEN MILITARY DATA Secretary Weeks Urges Citizens To Consider Source Of Vital Facts. (By Associated Press) WASHINGTON, April ry of War Weeks says that mlslead- ing statements have been circu- I lated lately in regard to the expense of the military policy of the coun- try. He took occasion to warn ar- my officers not to engage in dis- cussions on military data. He said taat Americans would do well to consider the loyalty of persons tonch- IUR on such subjects. President Deplores Factional Troubles In Georgia Address (By Associated Press) AUGUSTA, Ga., April ing that there was no vestige bl Civ- il War in the nation, .'President Harding deplored class and factional differences in a banquet given In his California Bandits Enter Through Sewer To Loot Clovis Bank NATIONAL BASK CALL BATED TUESDAY LAST CBy Associated Press) WASHINGTON, 0., April 6. The comptroller of currency has is- sued a call to the national banks under date of Tuesday, April 3rd. appropriated for .highway construction. (By Associated Press) FRESNO. Anril First State Bank of Clovis. near here, was robbed when robbers effected en- trance to. the safety deposit vault throuE.r a manhole. New Mexico Sheriff Slain By Tourists {By Associated Press) RATON. N. M., April Da- vis, chief of police, was shot nnd killed at 9 o'clock tonight. Dims jumped on the running board of a sand acres of land in county. J _. __ I nrtJnUir of speeding California machine. A sec- ond car ran over the body.-. Neither of the two cars have been located ut a late hour tonieht. Scholastic Basket Series Ends Today (By Assiclated Press) CHICAGO. Apri semi fi- nals will open tomorrow afternoon in the basketball tourney with five teams in the race. The losers of the afternoon names will play In the evening to determine third place winners for the Universities, .of Scotland is taken as a deciding factor. The Trust undertakes to provide funds j for students wishing to enter col- leges, and though they are under no obligation, they are expected to I repay what money they can. Kir David Prain. at a recent meet- 1 ing of .the trustees, said that the number of women students who re- paid their fees during 1922 was con- siderably larger than the number of men. Last year 39 former students re- paid to the fund, making the total amount repaid or one and a t.iird per cent of the money advanced. It was brought out at the com- mittee meeting that pre-war condi- tions had sn far returned as to justi- fy the committee in reducing the value of the annual scholarship from to of road to United Republic property completed. China to End the Practice of Sending Students to Japan (By Associated Press) TOKIO, April Chinese gov- ernment has decided to discontinue the system of sending students to Japan at the government's expense, the provinces which contributed part of the money having been irregular In their payments- At present there are in Tokio 127 Chinese students, matriculating at the Tokio higher normal school; 175 at the Tokio university of commerce; at various other government schools, and 1071 at various public and private schools. It is said that these Chinese students arc. on the whole, not .inferior to the Japanese either In scholarship or personality, and with a few exceptions are dili- gently taking to their studies. Report of Condition of THE YUMA JfATIOJfAI, BANK OF YUMA, ARIZONA At the Close of Business, April 3, 1923. RESOUKCES I LIABttlTIES Loans and 565.440.04 i Capital Stock......................5 United States Bonds........ Banking House and Real Estate............................. Other Stocks. Bonds and Securities Redemption Fund, U. S. Treasurer Cash and due from banks 50.CC6.75 Surplus and Undivided Profits Circulation Rediscounts (Fed. Res. Bank) Deposits TOE YUMA NATIONAL BANE "THE BANK WITH THE CHIME CLOCK ATTENTION PLEASE Chautauqua Guarantors The Ellison-V.'hite Chautauqua dntps in Yuma this year are April 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, May 1 and 2. All guarantors are hereby notified to meet in the rooms of the- Yuma Chamber of Commerce on Monday evening, April 9th, at S o'clock. It Is important that all guarantors attend this meeting. Don't sign your name to a contract and then let somebody else do the work- er organizing and selling the tickets. t'HAUTAUQVA GUARANTORS, YUMA, ARIZ., 1923 Court Dismisses Charge Of Fraud Against Zander PHOENIX, April Judge M. T. Dooling. sitting for Judge William H. Savrtcllc in the United States dis- trict court at. Tucson, Wednesday, dismissed an indictment against C. M. Zander of Phoenix, charging him with conspiracy to use the mails to d'utraud. Judge Dooling in dismiss- ing the action said that he did so on the ground that the government had. not presented sufficient evidence to warrant continuance of the case against Zander. Zander 'was indicfe'd- jointly with Nealy Pennington. a Tucson real es- tat-3 man, as a result of an adver- tised plan to reclaim several 'thou- They went to trial jointly at. Tuc son more than a week ago. The ac- ion against Pennington was order- ed continued. Following the dismissal of charges against Zander, attorneys for the government rested their case in the .irosecution of Pennington. The de- 'ense then began introduction iGPtimony. Peter T. Robertson T. L. Lane J. W. Hayns E. Frankel C. IT. Robertson Hueo B. Farmer Fred L. InKraham J. H. Westover John Dorm 0. T. McCoon A. H. McClure N. S. Parks Edward H. Nicholson F. S. Mine J. H. Ketcherside Edward K. Milliken H. H. Baker A. J. Ketcherside J. Homer Smith Eagle Drns Co.. by Pres., J. O. Hollinesworth H. J. CullliiEton 0. M. White Earl C. Hall Chas. H. Collier C. J. Johnson A. Y. Greer Mulford Wlnsor S. R. Caruthcrs H. F. Cooper W. H. Shorey E. A. Freeman W. F. Ramsey. Jr. W. B. Clovd W. E. Johnson E. M. Philobnum S. C. Sharon Ike GInsser R. R. Farmer A. 0. r.roussard B. M. Reid E. P. Clark R. N. Campbell Win. Wisener Albert Peirce J. P. Yemen W. H. Rankin Frnnk Baxter 0. C. Johnson S. Bernvs McVay Yuma Chautauqua Association Bv JOHN DOAN, President. L. TT. ALEXANDER, Secretary. honor tonight. TourisHravel Now AtPeakThrough Here Tourist travel through Yuma is now at its best. Probably on an average of seventy-five cars- a day pass through here on the OceanTto- Ocean highway, which makes our. highway about the best asset of our many valuable so'to speak. Each car has from two tc ten and it -is safe to say. each passenger spends on an average of five dollars during the slop in town, all of which hejps "business in general. Travelers com- ing over the desert road Thursday report that many cars get stuck on the plank road now, so .many being unused to driving the sand One -'.leartless driver said he passed 26 cars, all stuck but helping each other out of on the way home from Bl Centre, Thursday night. _ Vertical Rismg In- Plane Now Success Boy's Eye Injured In Wild West Episode Little Glen Riulemacher, four year old son of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Ha- demacher, of Fourth Avenue came very close to losing the sight of hip loft eye because of a bow and arrow in the hands of neighboring com- rade. Raymond Fredericks. The ar- row landed in the ball of the eye (By Associated Presa) DAYTON. 0., April heli- copter records were made today at McCook Meld, when C. H. Bain rose vertically more than twenty feet several times in a machine. The previous record was 15 feet. To-, day's tests were of short duration none of them lasting more.than twc minutes. Success Is proved by the addition of new engines to thu craft 'Frisco Rabbi Dies From Hotel Beating CBy Associated Press) SAX FRANCISCO, April La Fee of the Bush street temple, who was beaten in a hotel room Tuesday died of his injuries tonight. The rabbi accompanied a stranger to the hotel and the pair registered. When the rabbi's morning call did censing intense pnin. and although not gain a roply he was found lean- Dr Knotts. the attending physician ing against a wash basin with a frac- now believes the siuht. is saved j lured skull. A sheet had there is still a question as to the I wrapped around the Rabbis extent 'of the injury- been neck. severely choking him. helpful hint 

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